The Central Agricultural University was established in 1993 by an act of
parliament Under the Central Agricultural University Act 1992 (Act No. 40 of 1992). This University has Unique feature Of Having Jurisdiction
Over Six States Of North East Hill.
Like other Agricultural Universities, Central Agricultural University, Imphal has Integrated Programmes of teaching, research
and extension education. As per the mandate, the university has established different constituent Colleges, namely; College of Agriculture (Imphal,
Manipur) College of Fisheries (Agartala, Tripura), College of Home science(Tura, Meghalaya), College of horticulture & Forestry (Passighat,
Arunachal Pradesh), College Of Veterinary sciences & Animal Husbandry (Aizawl, Mizoram), College Of Agricultural Engineering and Post Harvest
Technology (Gangtok, Sikkim), and College of Postgraduate Studies (Barapani, Meghalaya). Except for the College of Agriculture (erstwhile Manipur
Agricultural College, Imphal), other constituent colleges of University came into existence after the establishment of University.
Message of the Dean
The College of Fisheries, a constituent college of Central Agricultural University, Imphal, was established on 3rd October 1998
and become the 12th Fisheries College of the Country and Second Fisheries College in North Eastern Region under the Agricultural University Education
System. The college has the mission to provide quality education, applied research and extension programmes to benefit the people of the North
Eastern States. The college has already developed an impressive infrastructure and laboratory facilities suitable for imparting teaching, programmes
to UG and PG students and training to line department officials and fish farmers. The college has passed one and half decade of its development and
reached to a prominent stage nationally in terms of teaching and research in Fish and Fisheries Science.