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CMFRI offers consultancy services to Public/Private organizations. The main themes under which we offer consultancy are given below. The procedure for taking consultancy projects is simple and we follow ICAR rules and guidelines on this aspect.

 ThemeBrief details
1Environment Impact Assessment Study        Monitoring of abiotic and biotic parameters; preparation of Environment Management Plan; Baseline surveys, Continuous/ short term monitoring of impact sites
2Artificial Reef                         Site selection, community level interactions for creating awareness, design, fabrication and installation of ARs, impact assessments of AR on fishery and ecosystem
3Setting up of AquariumFabrication and setting up of aquarium with filters and other necessary accessories
4Mariculture    Site selection, design, fabrication of and mooring of cage for finfish/ lobster farming, ornamental fish culture
5Finfish HatcheryDesign and technical operation including various components of hatchery
6Pearl cultureHatchery technology, seed production and farming
Black lip pearl oyster seed production
Mabe pearl production
7Biodiversity EvaluationBaseline survey, identification of various taxa and biomass estimates;
8Socio-Economic EvaluationsSocial and economic impacts of natural disasters/new technology interventions on coastal communities, valuation of ecosystem services
9Specimen identificationFishes, Crustaceans, Molluscus, Corals, Sponges, Marine Macrophytes, Echinoderms
10Imparting TrainingShort /Long term National/ International training programs on Methodologies in Fishery biology, taxonomy, SCUBA diving, resources assessments and mariculture
11BiotechnologyFeed formulation, disease           investigation etc.
12Under water SCUBA divingSurvey/ Assessment of health of habiats/ other EIA
13LibraryModernization of library

Members of Consultancy Processing Cell

NamePositionEmail
Dr.V KripaChairpersonvasantkripa@gmail.com
Dr. K.S. MohamedMemberksmohamed@gmail.com
Dr.R. JeyabaskaranMemberjbcmfri@gmail.com
Shri. C. MuralidharanMembermuraldharancherat@gmail.com
Shri. A.V. JosephMemberavjoseph2009@yahoo.com
Shri. P.S. AnilkumarMember Secretaryanilcmfri@gmail.com
Total number of consultancy projects signed :
Since the formation of CPC in 1997                              - 107
Consultancy projects completed so far                       - 100
Total amount of consultancy fee from 107 projects - Rs.11.14 crores
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Ongoing Consultancy Projects

Name of ClientTitleNatureDate of start
The Project Director
IFAD assisted PTSLP
TN Corpn. for development of women
100 Anna Salai Rd,
Guindy, Chennai
Consultancy on artificial reefs in inshore waters of two districts of Tamil NaduArtificial Reef Assisted aquacultureJune 2011
The Project Director
IFAD assisted PTSLP
TN Corpn. for development of women
100 Anna Salai Rd,
Guindy, Chennai
Consultancy on artificial reefs in inshore waters of four districts of Tamil NaduArtificial Reef Assisted aquacultureDecember 2011
Commissioner of Fisheries, Dept. of fisheries, Govt. of TNInstallation of artificial reefs in inshore waters of two villages in Kancheepuram District of Tamil NaduArtificial Reef Assisted aquacultureDecember 2011
Director of Fisheries,
Dept. Of Fisheries,
TN
Installation of artificial reefs in the inshore waters of seventeen villages along Tamil Nadu coastArtificial Reef Assisted aquacultureApril 2012
Koteswara Rao
Joint Director of
Fisheries, Visakhapatnam,,
AP
Installation of artificial reef at a selected site off Visakhapattanam, Andhra PradeshArtificial Reef Assisted aquacultureSeptember 2013
Mr. Edgar Endrukaitis,
Director,
Biodiversity Programme,
A-2/18, Safdarjung
Enclave,
New Delhi – 110 029
Assessment of eco-labeling as tool for conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity in Ashtamudi Lake, Kerala (Southwest coast of India)BiodiversityDecember 2013
MD, VVIDC Ltd.,
Thiru’puram
Kerala
Pre feasibility study of Sea Life leisure Park at Kappil, VarkalaEIAJune 2014
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