World Fisheries Day Honor: Best Fisheries Enterprises M.M. Fish Seed Cultivation Awarded 2 Lakh & M.I.K. Company Sihawa named Best Proprietary Firm with One Lakh Cash

World Fisheries Day Honor: Best Fisheries Enterprises M.M. Fish Seed Cultivation Awarded 2 Lakh & M.I.K. Company Sihawa named Best Proprietary Firm with One Lakh Cash

Raipur: Two Fish Farmers of Chhattisgarh received National Award
Will be honored on 21 November on World Fisheries Day in New Delhi
MM Fish Seed Cultivation Private Limited, Mana, District Raipur, of Chhattisgarh State received a cash prize of two lakhs and a citation under Best Fisheries Enterprises.

M / s M.I.K. Company Sihawa, District Dhamtari gets Cash prize of one lakh rupees and citation under Best Proprietary Firm category Sihawa, District Dhamtari

Chief Minister and Agriculture Minister congratulated and congratulated fishermen and institutions that made Chhattisgarh proud

Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India, 20 November 2020:

Two fishery farmers of Chhattisgarh state will be awarded and honored at the national level for their remarkable works in the field of fisheries and fish farming. On the occasion of World Fisheries Day on 21 November, the Government of India will present  he award at a ceremony held at A.P. Symposium Hall, Pusa Campus New Delhi.

In this, MM Fish Seed Cultivation Private Limited, Mana, District Raipur, of Chhattisgarh State to be honored with a cash prize of two lakhs and a citation under Best Fisheries Enterprises.

While M/s M.I.K. Company Sihawa, District Dhamtari gets Cash prize of one lakh rupees and citation under Best Proprietary Firm category for Remarkable Fish Farming Work

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel and Agriculture and Water Resources Minister Ravindra Choubey have congratulated and wished the fishermen and institutions that made Chhattisgarh proud in the field of fisheries.

Modern Fish Farming Technology is Key for Success
CG Agriculture Minister Ravindra Choubey
has said that fisheries farmers of the state are achieving success by adopting latest technology in the field of fisheries in Chhattisgarh state.

As per Chhattisgarh Fisheries Minister The State is self-sufficient in the field of fish seed production
In last two years, fish seed production has increased from 251 crore standard fry to 267 crore standard fry with an increase of 13 percent in the state. The state ranks sixth in the area of ​​fish seed production in the country.

In addition to supplying essential fish seeds in the state's fisher farmers, Indian states Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Bihar are also getting fish seed supply by private sector. It is a matter of pride for Chhattisgarh.

Director Fisheries informed that the fishery farmers of Chhattisgarh are achieving fish production up to 6-7 metric tons using modern technology. During the last two years, fish production has increased from 4.89 lakh metric tons to 5.31 lakh metric tons in the state with an increase of 9 percent. The state also ranks sixth in the area of ​​fisheries production in the country.

Pangasius species are being produced by Chhattisgarh fish farmers by constructing 1000 ponds on their own land in the last two years in the state.

Progressive fish farmers of the state and farmers of district Kanker are achieving fish production up to 60-70 metric tons per hectare by constructing ponds in the group, especially the latest technology of Pangasius fish species, along with supplementary food. Due to which fresh diet with healthy protein is being made available to the people of the state.

Production of fast growing fish "tilapia" has started to increase fish production and productivity in the state. In the private sector, a Tilapia Hatchery has been set up a Raipur for seed production.

There is a demand of about 20 tonnes of tilapia per day in Chhattisgarh. The tilapia fish is being exported to other states like Kerala, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh. 3.00 crore tilapia fish seed has been produced in the private sector in Chhattisgarh this year.

Cage culture technique ensures 100% attainment of fish in medium and large reservoirs of Chhattisgarh state. In this technique, by making 6x4x4 meter cages in the reservoirs, fast growing fish such as 'Pangasius' and 'Telapia' are followed. 3000–5000 kg of fish are produced per cage. So far, 1400 cages have been installed in 11 districts of the state.

 A project of 1000 cages has been approved at Hasdeo Bango, Korba, the largest reservoir in the state.
After installing these, one unit each of 05 cages per beneficiary will be allocated for fisheries. 40 to 60 percent of the grant is being provided by the government to the fishermen of the said local census. In this, priority will be given to the people coming in the Duban The Submergence Region.

Success in adopting the latest technology in the field of state fisheries such as integrated fisheries, intensive fisheries, pangas farming, recirculating aquaculture system (RAS) technology by continuously purifying the waters in low-area and low-water areas Are earning, due to which the fish production of the state is continuously increasing. State's R.S.A. Technology is source of learning and inspiration for Fisheries officers and progressive fish farmers from other states who are getting inspiration by studying and testing new technologies used in Chhattisgarh.

Chhattisgarh Sarkar 40% Subsidy on 7.5 Lakh Valued Biofloc System: An Amazing Oppotunity in Fish Business Startup
With the latest technology in the state, the Chhattisgarh government approved a scheme to encourage fishermen from this year to install Biofloc technology to take up more production by rearing fish using less supplementary food by installing small tanks in the area. Accordingly, a provision has been made to provide 40 percent financial assistance to the people of the state for the cost of setting up the unit costing Rs 7.50 lakh.

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