Following training programme have been organized for State Fisheries Department personals, University lecturers, Scientists, Research Scholars and farmers from different hill states such as Himachal Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Assam, Sikkim, Manipur, Jammu& Kashmir and Uttarakhand.
Training program on Fish diseases was conducted for fish farmers at Dudhauli, Almora, Uttarakhand, on 30th March 2015.
NFDB Sponsored training programme on Common Fish Health Problems in mid Hill Fish tank and their management organized at ICAR-DCFR, Bhimtal during 18-22 March, 2015.
NFDB Sponsored training programme on Prevention and control of Diseases in rainbow trout organized at ICAR-DCFR, Bhimtal from 10-14 March, 2015.
NFDB Sponsored training programme on Coldwater Fish Farm management in mid Hills organized at ICAR-DCFR Field Centre, Champawat during 27-31 January, 2015.
NFDB Sponsored training programme on Culture and breeding of important coldwater fish species organized at Rajiv Gandhi University, Arunachal Pradesh during 20-24 January, 2015.
NFDB Sponsored training programme on Management practices of Jhora fisheries organized at Kalimpong, Darjeeling district of West Bengal during 15-19 January, 2015.
NFDB Sponsored training programme on Hatchery management and seed production practices of golden mahseer at ICAR-DCFR, Bhimtal during 23-27 September, 2014.
ICAR Sponsored Short course on Application of Molecular Tools in Coldwater Fisheries Management from 2-11 June, 2014.
Model Training Course on Culture and Breeding of Important Coldwater Fish Species from 14- 21 July 2008, at NRCCWF, Bhimtal sponsored by Department of Agriculture and Cooperation, Ministry of Agriculture, Govt. of India, New Delhi.
ICAR Sponsored short Course on “Application of Molecular Techniques in Coldwater Fishes” from 14-23 July 2009, at DCFR, Bhimtal.
NFDB sponsored HRD Training program on “Grow out Technologies of Important Coldwater fishes in upland Himalayas” from 1-7 September 2009.
Two 7-day (2-9 July 2007 and 16-24 September 2007) training programme entitled "Intensive Aquaculture in hills" were organized at Bhimtal for 8 officers of Fisheries Department and 55 farmers of the Sikkim State.
Organized a training programme on Intensive Aquaculture in Ponds & Tanks in Hill Region at Bhimtal, during 38 July 2007.
A training programme on Mahseer-an Icon of Coldwater Bodies was organized at Bhimtal during 13-18 August 2007.
Institute organized a training programme on "Fish culture in Himalayan uplands" from 17-22 Sept. 2007 at Institute's campus at Bbimtal.
A programme on "Recent techniques to enhance fish production in hill ponds" was organized for farmers and State Fisheries Officers at Imphal, Manipur on 17 January 2008. A Farmer meet cum Scientists-farmers’ interaction was organized at Champawat during 6-7 June 2009 for 200 fish farmers of Uttarakhand state.
A model training programme sponsored by Dept. of Agriculture and Co-operation, Ministry of Agriculture, Govt. of India on, "Culture and breeding of important coldwater fish species" was organized by DCFR during 14-21 July 2008. The trainees included State Fisheries officials, Research Scholars and Subject matter specialists of Krishi Vigyan Kendras.
Two batches of the fish farmers from Tehri District of Uttarakhand were trained on Fish Culture Practices in Hills for two days each during November 2009 and January 2010.
Aquaculture Development through Demonstration on carp farming system: The new "Composite Carp Farming" technology involving three exotic Chinese Carps namely grass carp, silver carp, common carp @ 3-4 fishes/m2 in a combination of 40-45%,2025% 35-40% and 10% either Rohu / Chocolate Mahseer respectively with the provision of supplementary feed @ 2-3 % of body weight of fish on daily basis and fertilization with lime and only organic fertilizers @ 9000 kg/ha has been demonstrated in Manipur and Arunachal Prades. The technology has become popular and people of 5 districts in Manipur (21 farmers) and in 13 districts of Arunachal Pradesh (63 farmers) have successfully adopted it. The Fisheries Department of these states, 3 KVK and one NGO are helping farmers to adopt the "Composite Carp Farming technology in these states.