State-level seminar on fisheries development to be held at Kufos in Kerala on Saturday. to be inaugurated by Kerala Fisheries Minister Saji Cherian, presided by Kufos Vice-Chancellor T. Pradeepkumar, and chief guest Bishop James Anaparambil. Aim to identify problems afflicting fisheries sector and suggest solutions. Stakeholders to discuss ocean fisheries, aquaculture, social security, procurement/sale of fish catch, and social life in coastal areas
A State-level seminar on fisheries development will be organised at the Kerala University of Fisheries and Ocean Studies (Kufos) on Saturday. The seminar will be held jointly by the university and the Coastal Area Development Agency for Liberation (CADAL).
Kerala Fisheries Minister Saji Cherian will inaugurate the seminar at 9.30 a. m., said a press release from Kufos here on Wednesday.
Kufos Vice-Chancellor T. Pradeepkumar will preside. CADAL chairman and bishop of Alappuzha James Anaparambil will be the chief guest on the occasion. Former Fisheries Minister K. Babu will also participate.
The chief aim of the workshop is to identify the problems afflicting the fisheries sector in Kerala and suggest ways to tackle these. Stakeholders will participate in discussions on ocean fisheries, environmental conditions of the sea, development of aquaculture, social security for fishing community members, procurement and sale of fish catch and the social life in coastal areas.
Those who wish to participate may contact 9496668667.