We are pleased share a glimpse of the installation of solar panels on the fourth boat supported under the NABARD solar panel fishing boat partnership.
The fourth National Mission Meeting on Conservation of Sharks-India (NMCSI-4) will be held at Central Institute for Fisheries Education (CIFE) Mumbai on 22nd January 2015. Time: (10.00 hrs to 15.30 hrs) The tentative agenda is attached herewith for your reference.
Click here for NMCSI-4 tentative agenda
We request you please contact the Co-ordinator (Dr. Ananthan P.S) Maharastra State Mission on Conservation of Sharks for further details if any.
Fisheries Economics, Extension and Statistics Division
Central Institute of Fisheries Education
Fisheries University Road, Seven Bungalows,
Versova, Andheri West, Mumbai – 400061
New Year Greetings from the Organizers of NMCSI
It is our pleasure to extend our sincere thanks to all the participants, of the Third National Mission Meeting on Conservation of Sharks- India (NMCSI-3) in Mangalore for their active participation and involvement throughout the programme which enabled us to bring out a quality output.
We are happy to announce that the Fourth National Mission Meeting on Conservation of Sharks-India (NMCSI-4) will be held at the Central Institute of Fisheries Education (CIFE), Mumbai on 22nd January 2015. The timing of the meeting will be 10.00 hrs to 15.30 hrs.
Your presence for the meeting is immensely solicited.
The Central government has issued revised guidelines for deep sea fishing by big ships in the country’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ)—an area of the sea between 22 km and 370 km from the coast, beyond the territorial waters.
The guidelines permit deep sea fishing with letter of permission (LoP) from the Centre.
The guidelines were issued even as fisher communities in 10 coastal states are agitating against an expert committee report that recommended giving letter of permission for more big vessels in EEZ.
Please read the full article linked here and add your comments on this important issue.
30 October 2014 at Nagercoil, Kanyakumari from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Venue and details to be communicated soon.
This comes as ADSGAF is reviewing deep see fishing policy options and planning to propose its own alternative policy.