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  • Balasubramaniam, S.; Geethalakshmi, V.; Ashaletha, S. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 2010)
    Marine fisheries sector forms the source of livelihood for over 7 million traditional fishermen inhabiting in over 3600 coastal fishing villages situated along the country's coastal belt of 8118 km (DAHDF, 2009). Besides, ...
  • Gopal, N.; Jeeva, C.J.; Nasser, M.; Geethalakshmi, V.; Parvathy, R.; Mohamed, R.A.; Ajay, E.K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 2010)
    Self-help groups (SHGs) are essentially formed as a means to meet social or economic needs of members coming together to form the groups. Though the concept has been around for several decades, it has been getting an ...
  • Mukundan, M.K. (Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, 2000)
    To ensure minimum quality for a large variety of manufactured products Government of India established Indian Standards Institution in 1947, which was later renamed as Bureau of Indian Standards.
  • Devadasan, K. (Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute, Kochi, 2007)
    Seafood processing and marketing have become highly complex and competitive and exporters are trying to process more value added products to increase their profitability. Value can be added to fish and fishery products ...
  • Unnithan, G.R.; Gopal, N.; Geethalakshmi, V.; Jeeva, J.C. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 2005)
    In Andhra Pradesh, the primary sector consisting of agriculture, livestock, fisheries,etc., contributed substantially to the economy of the state to the tune of 27.5% of the GSDP during 2003-04. The ...
  • Hassan, F.; Sathiadhas, R. (Asian Fisheries Society Indian Branch, Mangalore, 2005)
    The coastal fishing communities solely depend on marine resources for their livelihood and the role fisherwomen plays are integral for the maintenance and economic prosperity of the family. The contribution of women in ...
  • Jeeva, J.C.; Balasubramaniam, S.; Srinath, K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 2004)
    Effective extension system should have a solid technological base to facilitate the adoption of latest technologies by end users. The professional quality of fisheries ex.tension personnel can be ...
  • Jeeva, J.C.; khasim, D.I.; Gupta, S.S.; Srinath, K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 2004)
    Extension plays a substantial role in the process of innovation dissemination. The Research Centre of Central Institute of Fisheries Technology at Visakhapatnam has been involved in the ...
  • Srinath, K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 2002)
    Sustainability of resources and safety of products are the main areas covered under the laws regulating sea food industry. The laws relating to resources aim at protection, conservation, management and sustainability. Laws ...
  • Cecily, P.J. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 1988)
    The mechanisation of fishing vessels, introduction of different type of synthetic fibres for fish nets and modernisation of fishing gear and methods have revolutionised fishing resulting in substancial increase in the ...
  • Kandoran, M.K.; Thiagarajan, R.; Annamalai, V.; Thomas, M. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 1988)
    This paper deals with the technology transfer programmes undertaken by Central Institute of Fisheries Technology for employment generation among coastal women.
  • Mohan, B.; Thiagarajan, R.; Singh, D.P. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 2002)
    The extent of technological gap in post-harvest technology adoption and its implications in seafood safety are reported based on a study conducted in Ernakulam district (Kerala). 31 post-harvest technology practices developed ...
  • Varghese, M.D.; Manoharadoss, R.S.; Nair, A.K.K. (Fishery Survey of India, Mumbai (India), 2004)
    Retention of immature and undersized species of fishes and shrimps in the conventional diamond mesh codends of trawls, results in indiscriminate exploitation and consequent resource crunch. Replacement of diamond mesh ...
  • Iyer, H.K.; Rao, P.S.; Nair, A.K.K.; Nair, R.G. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 1985)
    The extent of idle capacity in the fish processing plants in India estimated by a stratified sampling plan for 1978 to 1981 and the comparison of the idle capacity in the west and east coasts are reported. There was no ...
  • Nair, A.K.K.; Alagaraja, K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 1982)
    In this paper it is indicated that there exists a critical number above which the relative efficiencies are discernible and below which, it is not possible to indicate whether one gear is more efficient than the other. ...
  • Srinath, K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), 1988)
    Development of fisheries sector in India depends to a great extent on the technological empowerment of small fisherman and farmers. Despite the efforts towards technology development and transfer, rural folk are not able ...
  • Srinath, K. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 2002)
    Inland fisheries in India are noted and for rich verities and production potentials. It involves a variety of activities undertaken by people from a wide spectrum of socio-economic background, high level of artisanal and ...
  • Balasubramaniam, S.; Bihari, B. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 2001)
    This paper deals with the socio-economic variables of reservoir fishermen, their levels of attitude, knowledge and adoption, and the variables associated with the extent of adoption of technology practices . The study was ...
  • Balasubramaniam, S.; Kandoran, M.K.; Mohan, B.; Bihari, B. (Cochin University of Science and Technology, 1998)
    This paper presents the evaluation of technology transfer and impact in terms of the adoption behaviour and communication behaviour of the clientele system. The fishermen operating plankbuilt crafts in Kerala had higher ...
  • Gopal, N.; Unnithan, G.R.; Nair, V.R. (Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin, 2002)
    The movement of prices of any commodity is controlled by a number of market forces. The supply and demand of marine products in the international market are also influenced by fish landings in the supplying countries and ...

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