Welcome to AFSIB

Asian Fisheries Society Indian Branch

The AFS was established in 1984 with Head Quarters in the Philippines and a few of us who were the founding members started the Indian Branch in the year 1986. The First Indian Fisheries Forum was held in 1987 in Mangalore which was a grand success. Since then, every three years, the AFS Indian Branch has been holding the Indian Forum successfully.

In fact it is the only Branch of the AFS which has been holding the national event once in every 3 years with out any break. During the past 25 years, the Indian Fisheries Forum has made its presence as an established platform to share fisheries knowledge through conferences, seminars, brain storming, workshops, and publications to bring in to focus the recent issues in research, technology, and development.

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Past Achievements

The Triennial Indian Fisheries Forums

Commencing in 1987, till now the AFSIB has conducted 11 Indian Fisheries Forum at various locations successfully and Branch was able to bring together researchers, students, technocrats, policy makers, entrepreneurs, fish farmers and public under one umbrella

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Workshops / Seminars on Current Issues

Numerous seminars and workshops have been conducted by the branch on many topical issues such as Exotic Species, Freshwater Prawn, Reservoirs, Ovaprim, Fisheries Education, the details of which are presented elsewhere. The proceedings of all workshops have been published.

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Promoting Upstream Research Through Young Scientist Awards

The Indian Branch has instituted up to 10 Young Scientists Awards during the Indian Fisheries forum. Many promising students and scholars have been selected for these awards which comprise a cash award and citation.

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Bringing out Publications and Proceedings

The AFSIB has brought out the proceedings of all Indian Fisheries forum and workshops. The list of publications may be seen elsewhere in this website

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