In order to provide access to the institute’s technologies and know how, the CMFRI organises following types of need based training programme for the benefit of farmers, researchers, academicians, administrators, students on various aspects of marine fisheries and mariculture.
Training Programme on "Basics of fish ageing using hard parts for stock assessment"
Title of the programme: "Basics of fish ageing using hard parts for stock assessment"
Venue: C M F R I; Kochi
Duration and date: 5 days; 02 - 06 February 2016
Age and growth of fishes were conventionally estimated from length composition of species in the catch following modal progression analysis. However, age/growth estimates of the same species by different researchers vary widely, often casting doubts on the accuracy of these estimates. Since, precise information on age of fish being an important pre-requisite for stock assessment, globally attempts were made to assess the age of fishes from the micro-structural inscriptions on hard parts.
The programme is aimed at skill development on fish ageing using hard parts and utilization of age and growth data in stock assessment. This programme consists of lectures and practical demonstrations/hands-on exercises.
Target group: Scientists & Technical staff of ICAR Institutes doing research in capture fisheries with practical knowledge in stock assessment.
Intake capacity: 10
Deadline to receive the applications: Interested candidates may send detailed bio-data, recommended/ forwarded by the controlling officer to “firstname.lastname@example.org” by email latest by 31st December 2015.
Training calendar 2014-2015
|Sl.No||Title of the training programme||Coordinator||Place of training||Duration & Tentative date *|
|1.||Seaweed resources, identification and culture||Dr. P.Kaladharan|
|Mandapam||6 days /23 - 28 February 2015|
|2.||Methodologies for estimation of marine fish landings||Dr. Prathibha Rohit|
|Mangalore||3 days/25-27 February , 2015|
|3.||Health management in open sea cage culture of finfish||Dr. Krupesha Sharma|
|Karwar||5 days/ 23-27 February 2015|
|4.||Recent Advances in Marine Biodiversity Conservation and Management|
(ICAR Summer School)
|Dr. K.K. Joshi|
Head & Principal Scientist
|Kochi||21 days / 16th February – 8th March, 2015|
|5.||Broodstock development, breeding and seed production of marine finfishes with special reference to cobia and pompano||Dr. Abdul Nazar|
|Mandapam||7 days/ 18-24 March, 2015|
|6.||Live feed culture with emphasis on microalgae||Dr. Shoji Joseph|
|Kochi||5 days/ 9-13 March, 2015|
|7.||Cage farming in open waters||Dr. K. Mohamed Koya|
|Veraval||3 days/ 11-13 March, 2015|
|8.||Surgical nucleation and pearl production from Indian pearl oysters||Dr. I. Jagadis|
|Tutiocrin||10 days/26 March – 4 April, 2015|
|9.||Open sea cage culture||Dr. K.K. Philipose|
|Karwar||5 days/9-13 March, 2015|
|10.||Age validation in fishes using hard parts||Dr. E.M. Abdul Samad|
|Kochi||5 days/ 23-27 March 2015|
|11.||Marine Ornamental fish culture||Dr. K. Madhu|
|Kochi||5 days/16-20 March , 2015|
*- the dates of the training programme are subject to change
How to apply
The applications for various training programmes are normally open before 45 days of commencement of programme and closes 15 days before the start of training programme. The candidates may fill the following application form and submit it.
Participants for the training will be selected after an initial screening based on the information given in their application form and selected candidates will be informed individually
Human Resource Development
CMFRI also provides facilities for carrying out short-term research programmes/ internship for Post graduate students subject to ICAR Guidelines (ICAR.pdf).
CMFRI is a recognised research centres of various universities and offers facilities to the awardees of various fellowships like UGC-JRF, DST-INSPIRE, and CSIR etc. for pursuing their Ph.D. programmes.
Some of the Universities which recognise CMFRI as a research centre