Fishery Engineering & Technology Extension activities

Demonstrations/Exhibitions/Field Day/Pashu/Matsyamela

Sl.
No.

Place and Date

Name of the Scientists

         Event

      Remarks

1.

 

Mangalore
13th Oct. 2011

Dr.B. Hanumanthappa

 

Demonstration of Global position system to Malpe Fisherman

Demonstrated

 

 

2.

 

Mangalore
9th Aug. 2011

 

Dr.B. Hanumanthappa

 

Navigationnal Chart work

 

Demonstrated

 

3.

 

KVAFSU, Bidar

 

Mr. Jaya Naik

 

 

Exhibition on Pashu mattu Thotagarike

 

Fisheries aspects are exhibited

4.

Ujire Dharmastala

8th-24th  February, 2011

Mr. Shashidhar H Badami

Village Stay Programme

College of Fisheries collaboration with RUSETI Ujire and Ratna Manasa

  • A training programme on chart work  like fixing the position and finding the courses use of echo sounder, GPS Navigator, communication system, fire fighting and safety and stability on board the vessel was organized for the benefit of local fishermen of Mangalore centre.
  • Use of GPS , Echo sounder, communication system, safety and stability and rule of Road for deep sea fishermen of Malpe.
  • Handling of fresh fish and demonstration of electronic equipments on board the vessel. The programme was jointly  by Lion club and College of Fisheeries, mangalore for the benefit of Ullal Fishermen.
  • Modern Electronic equipments for Navigation, Fish finding and communication for the benefit of deep deep sea fishermen of Gangolli.
  • Navigational chart work, Rule of Road  and use of G.P.S Navigator,  echo Sounders, and communication system to the to the trawl boat owners of Mangalore.

Trainings / Workshops / Seminars Participated as Resource persons

Sl. No.

Name

Place & date

Title

Topic discussed

1

Dr S varadaraju

Shivamogga on    

“Selection of a suitable site for   fresh water fish, types of ponds, planning, designing, construction and preparation of ponds. Seepage and its control through sides of the dyke and bottom of the ponds ”

Organized by Karnataka Fisheries Department Fishermen Training Centre, BRP

     30-05-2011

2

Dr S Varadaraju

Hassan on 

“Selection of a suitable site for   fresh water fish and shrimp culture, planning, designing,         construction and preparation   of   ponds. Erosion of soils and its control. Seepage   and its control through sides of the dyke and bottom of the ponds”

 

16-06-2011

Organized by Karnataka Fisheries Department A.D.F , Hassan

3

Dr S Varadaraju

Chamarajanagar on 24-09-2011

“Selection of a suitable site for   fresh water fish and shrimp culture, planning, designing,         construction and preparation   of   ponds. Erosion of soils and its control. Seepage   and its control through sides of the dyke and bottom of the ponds”

Organized by Karnataka Fisheries Department A.D.F, Chamarajanagar

4

Dr. Hanumanthappa

Uppunda Kundapur  tq on

Use of Modern  technology  in  fishing

Organised by Sagara swasahakar sanga, Uppunda

 

Trainings / Workshops/Seminars Participated as trainee Scientists

S.No.

Name of the Teacher

Place and Date

Title

Organizer

1

Dr. Hanumanthappa, B.
Shri  Shashidhar Badami,  H.

Mangalore
04th Feb. 2011

Capacity building to enhance the competitiveness of Indian Fisheries.

College of fisheries & N.F.F. C. Ltd. New Delhi

2

Dr. Varadaraju, S.

Shimoga,
30th May. 2011

“Aquaculture Engineering aspects of fish seed production farms”

Karnataka Fisheries Department Fishermen Training Centre, BRP

3

Dr. Hanumanthappa, B.
Shri  Shashidhar Badami,  H.

Mangalore
04th Feb. 2011

Capacity building to enhance the competitiveness of Indian Fisheries.

College of fisheries & N.F.F. C. Ltd. New Delhi

4

Dr. Varadaraju, S.

Kerala,
09th to 11th Dec. 2011

International Conference on Climate Change, Forest resource and Management
 ICCFRE

Department of Environmental Sciences, Kerala University, Tiruvananthapuram

5

Dr. Hnumanthappa, B.,
Dr, Varadaraju, S.,
Shri Shashidhar  Badami H.

Mangalore 
28th - 29th Feb.. 2012

“Science and technology new challenges and opportunities

Department of Science & Technology, Mangalore University