About us

Inception of CIBA Brackishwater aquaculture has been identified as one of the high potential areas for increasing finfish and shell fish production and for deriving maximum economic and social benefits. Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), New Delhi under the Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India established the Central Institute of Brackishwater Aquaculture (CIBA) on 1-4-1987.

The Central Institute of Brackishwater Aquaculture serves as the nodal agency for the development of brackishwater aquaculture in the country. The Headquarters of the Institute is located at Chennai with an Experimental Field Station at Muttukadu, about 30 km south of Chennai. The Institute has Research Centres at Kakdwip in West Bengal and Navasari, Gujarat.

Mandate of CIBA 

  • Basic and strategic research for sustainable brackishwater culture systems.
  • Species and systems diversification in brackishwater aquaculture
  • Act as repository of information on brackishwater fishery resources with a systematic database
  • Human resource development, capacity building and skill development through training, education and extension

Our Vision

CIBA envisages it role as one of the world's best scientific research institute in brackishwater aquaculture through the pursuit of excellence in research and innovation that contribute modernization and development of sustainable brackishwater aquaculture in the country.

Our Mission

Our mission is to realize the vision through basic and applied research, and providing technological backstopping suitable for Indian conditions for the development of sustainable brackishwater aquaculture. This would provide much needed food, nutritional security, employment, economic well-being and societal development.

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