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  • Annamalai, V. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 2002)
    It deals with the study of constructing economic equation or production function that gives us a quality of yield or output for specified dozes or quantity of input of fishery technology. The important purpose of constructing ...
  • Annamalai, V.; Kandoran, M.K.; Unnikrishnan Nair, T.S. (CIFT, 1997)
  • Chandrasekar, V.; Nikita, Gopal (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, Cochin, India, 2015)
    This paper has presented the economic efficiency, which includes technical as well as allocative efficiency, of ring seiners operating off the Munambam fishing harbour in Kerala. The model applied was the inputoriented ...
  • Hassan, F.; Prathap, S.K.; Jeeva, J.C.; Mathew, S.; Babu, M.R. (ICAR, 2013)
    Women in fishing communities are major players in the post-harvest sector and are traditionally involved in processing and marketing of fish. The issue of women’s limited control over resources has been discussed widely ...
  • Shabir, A.D.; Saly, N.T.; Chakraborty, S.K.; Sreekanth, G.B.; Balkhi, M.H. (Applied & Natural Science Foundation, 2015)
    A study on quantity and value of juvenile fish landings was carried out in the gillnet fishery of three selected landing centers along Mumbai coast viz., Versova, Cuff Parade and Mahim in India using Out board motors (OBM), ...
  • Shabirdar, A.; Saly N., Thomas; Husain, N. (New Delhi Publishers, 2015)
    Economic analysis was carried out separately for Inboard Motors (IBM), Outboard Motors (OBM) and non- motorised gillnetters operated along Mumbai coast. The economic performance of fishing operation is affected by various ...
  • Mohan, B. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 2001)
    This study is an attempt to bring to light the economic and social conditions of inland fishermen of Malampuzha reservoir, based on the primary data collected from a sample of 24 riverine fishermen who constitute more than ...
  • Chandrasekar, V.; Geethalakshmi, V.; Gopal, N. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, Cochin, 2018)
  • Hassan, F.; Jeeva, C.; Prathap, S.K. (Indian Council of Agricultural Research, 2012)
    Implementation of quality control measures like HACCP is highly capital intensive, which cannot be borne by small seafood processing units. The cost of implementation of HACCP should be realized from the market price of ...
  • Desai, G.R.; Kaul, P.N. (CIFT, 1981)
  • Gopal, N. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 2005)
    It describes some concept of fish processing in India. The dynamic food processing industry in country has largely been export oriented. Exports have steadily increased through traditional frozen products, especially ...
  • Sadanandan, K.A.; Kartha, K.N.; George, T.P.; Iyer, H.K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists(India),Cochin, 1988)
    The paper deals with the economic aspects of operation of gill netting and two boat midwater trawling conducted off Cochin. The data collected on two boat midwater trawling and gill netting during 1979 and 1980-81 are ...
  • Annamalai, V. (Cochin University of Science and Technology, 1998)
    Idle capacity in the sense of excess of fixed production facilities in relation to normal turnover will add to cost of production without adding to value and also could result in the wastage of capital, a scarce resource. ...
  • Annamalai, V. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 2003)
    The economic evaluation of fishery products has two distinct but complementary aspects. The first is the identification of cost-price equation and second related to the market sustainability or the credit worthiness of a ...
  • Annamalai, V.; Kandoran, M.K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists(India),Cochin, 1990)
    Motorization of traditional fishing craft is one of the fast spreading technological innovations in Indian fishing villages. A study on the economic performance of the innovation showed a substantial increase in the gross ...
  • Unnithan, G.R.; Gopal, N.; Nair, V.R. (Society of Fisheries Technologists(India),Cochin, 2004)
    The economic performance of 18 m steel trawler of CIFT design, under commercial operations during 2001-03, is presented. The operation has been profitable even in times of lowering catch and increasing operational expenditure. ...
  • Iyer, H.K.; Unnithan, G.R.; Rao, P.S.; Nair, A.K.K.; Nair, R.G. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 1985)
    The economics of operation of fishing trawlers of 9.75m and 10.97m overall length is reported on the basis of a case study. There is a significant positive correlation between the number of fishing trips and the average ...
  • Iyer, H.K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 1993)
    Gill netting and line fishing are considered to be two most important methods of low energy fishing as vessels engaged in these types of fishing activities do not expend fuel for towing heavy nets and further, fishing ...
  • Annamalai, V.; Kandoran, M.K.; Thankamma, R.; Balachandran, K.K. (Seafood exporters asosciation of India, Cochin, 1987)
    An outline is given of the methods of preparation of fish pickles and fish wafers in India. An economic analysis is also made of the production, examining production costs and prices.
  • Madhu, V.R. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 2009)
    The marine ecosystems are highly productive and are being used as a source of recreation, food, pharmaceuticals and livelihood. Fishing has a significant impact on ecosystem which may vary from effects on the sea bottom ...