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Fisheries Department

 

Smt. J. Mercykutty Amma
Minister for Fisheries and Harbour Engineering
OFFICE
Room No. 532
3rd Floor
South Sandwhich Block
Government Secretariat
Thiruvananthapuram
Tel: 0471 - 2333526, 2327495
FAX-0471-2323144
Mob: 9447592200
Shri. P. H. Kurian  IAS
Additional Chief Secretary (Ports)
 
Room No. 372
Ist Floor 
Main Block, Secretariat
Thiruvananthapuram
Ph-0471-2329227, 2518356
Fax:0471-2329227
M-9496107100
E-mail: prl.secy.revenue@gmail.com
Department of Fisheries
Shri. B. Srinivas  IAS
Principal Secretary
Room No. 301
3rd Floor 
Secretariat Annex
Thiruvananthapuram
Ph-0471-2328410, 2518459
Fax: 0471- 2332245
Mob: 09640427788
Fisheries Department

North Block, Ground Floor,

Government Secretariat

Thiruvananthapuram

Shri. S. Venkatesapathy  IAS
Director

Directorate of Fisheries

Vikas Bhavan
Thiruvananthapuram- 33
Ph: 0471 - 2303160
Mob:9496007020
Email: fishdirvkbn@sancharnet.in ,
fisheriesdirector@gmail.com

Website www.fisheries.kerala.gov.in External website which opens in a new window

 

About

 

The Fisheries Department of Kerala, governed by the Minister for Fisheries, is considered to be one of the most important productive and developmental sectors of the state. About 3 percent of the economy is attributed to  Fisheries.

Department of Fisheries is established in Ist November1956. The important duties of the department is:

  •  1.   Implementation of the policy of the Government of Kerala for the socio-economic development of fisher folk.
  •  2.   Undertaking various production oriented schemes for the development of fisheries sector.
  •  3.   Serving as agency for sustainable fishery and conservation of fish resources.
  •  4.   Extension of fish culture in available water sources.
  •  5.   Protect the interest of fisher folk, fish farmers, fish traders and exporters/consumers.
  •  6.   Ensure disease free quality shrimp/fish seed to farmers.
  •  7.   Taking steps to assist fishermen and fish farmers to get better returns.
  •  8.   Implementing schemes for increasing infrastructure facilities in the coastal area.
  •  9.   To develop new technologies in fisheries sector.
  • 10.  Implement schemes for upgrading the educational status of the children of fishermen.
  • 11.  Implement schemes for the welfare and up gradation of Fishermen community.  

Mission and Vision

Organisation Structure

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  • Organisational chart (PDF)
  • State level - Directorate of Fisheries
  • Director of Fisheries
  • AdditionalDirector of Fisheries (Technical)
  • Zonal level - Joint Directorate of Fisheries
  • Joint Director of Fisheries (South/Central/North) - 3 Nos.
  • District level - Deputy Directorate of Fisheries
  • Deputy Director of Fisheries - 10 Nos.
  • Assistant Director of Fisheries - 4 Nos.
  • Panchayat level - Matsya Bhavans
  • Matsya Bhavan Officers - 200 Nos.
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        Main Office

        No of Offices

      1

        Directorate Office

        1

      2   District offices   14
      3   Zonal Joint Director Offices   3
      4   Fishery Stations   5
          Total No. of offices   23

     

Line departments, Institutions and organizations under the department

  1. Matsyafed
  2. Matsya Board
  3. Agency for Development of Aqua Culture
  4. Fish Farmer's Development Agency (FFDA)
  5. Brackish Water Fish Farmer's Development Agency (BFFDA)
  6. Marine Enforcement (ME)
  7. Harbour Engineering Department (HED)
  8. Kerala Fishermen's Welfare Fund Board (KFWFB)

Major functions of the department

Fisheries sector plays a crucial role in the well being of Kerala's economy. The importance of fisheries sector in Kerala and the advantageous position in Kerala enjoys a maritime state is well-known because this sector provides employment and income to more than one million people, either directly or indirectly.it satisfies the protein requirements of a considerable chunk of the underprivileged population and it provides considerable revenue especially in foreign exchange, to the exchequer of the state.Among the maritime status in India, Kerala occupies the foremost position in marine fish production, accounting for about 20% of the total landings. The potential of the state in terms of marine fisheries is believed to be about 5.88 lakh tonnes. Besides, this sector contributes around 1.44% to the total GDP and the export of marine products has set ever time record of 1852.93 million US$ during the year 2006.07.

 

The state with its extensive coastal belt of 590km, 3600 Sq.km. of exclusive economic Zone and an extensive inland water spread around 4 lakh hectares provides with abundant fish. The total populace of fisher folk residing in the state of Kerala is estimated to be 11.114 lakh, which includes 8.55 lakh in the marine sector and 2.55 in the inland sector. Out of this, the number of active fishermen is 2.28 lakh (1.90 lakh in marine sector and 0.42 in the inland sector). Currently, there are 222 fishing villages in the marine and 113 fishery villages in the inland sector, where fishing and relative aspects provide livelihood to a vast majority of a population. Nearly 12% of the fisher folk eke out their living from allied activities like marketing/repairing nets, fish vending, processing and other fishery related activities. The State's fisheries sector is a huge one, comprising of 19,173 crafts out of which 7% were mechanised, 44% were motorised and the remaining 49% were non-motorised crafts. Although the fish catches from Kerala coast include more than 300 different species, the commercially important number are about forty only. Prominent among them are seer fish, pomfret and prawn.
Although, Kerala boasts of the highest quality of life in the country as measured by human development indicators, it is a fact that the State's fishing community has largely been left out of the general development experience. Traditional fisher folk who had no other employment option suffered and as a community they continued to lag behind the rest of the State in all areas of development. The fishermen community could not be sidelined, as this sector gives the cheapest source of protein among the deprived section of the society. This marginalization poses a challenge to the notion of Kerala being a "model of development".
 

To change this iniquitous and to bring them to the mainstream of the society, the government and fisheries department has undertaken various projects and programs for increasing production, for conserving and ensuring sustainable exploitation of fisheries wealth, for promoting cultivation of fish and prawns, for development of fishing harbours and facilities for landing of fish, for strengthening facilities for landing of fish, for strengthening facilities for marketing of fish, and for the upliftment and welfare of the fisher folk. Way back in 1988, Kerala set the trend in using an annual fishing closure as a tool in the management of fisheries resources, and several coastal States in India have subsequently followed this route. Ban on monsoon trawling has proved to be an effective measure to conserve the fishery resources for the sustainable development of the fishery in the state.
 

Despite this, the government is in a fast track to implement an 'Aquarian reform' policy which restricted the access right to the territorial waters to only those who actually fish. All absentee owners of fishing equipment would have to leave the fishery in a phased manner. The rights to decide the mode of sale and the floor price for fish would be the prerogative of those which access rights. This would however enhance the value of the output such that the benefits of this accure to the fishers. Nonetheless, the Kerala Debt Relief Commission Bill passes in the Legislative Assembly on March 19, 2008 is a path breaking effort to liberate the fishermen of the state from the clutches of the middlemen and traders who have been exploiting them since decades. It is supposed to provide relief to 1.6 lakh families across the state. However, the Government is making every possible effort to cash in on the spectacular potential of the marine biodiversity which is a blessing and a treasured resource of the state. The Department of Fisheries and its allied sectors viz. Matsyafed, ADAK, KFWEB, FIRMA, FEDA, and BFDA implements the Government's visions and schemes in this sector. 

Schemes and Programmes

 

Departmental Schemes

 

1.Name of Scheme : HOUSING SCHEME

  • Objective : to provide shelter to poor fisher family
  • Components : Construction of a house building of 35 sq. meter plinth area
  • Beneficiary selection : By a committee under the Chairmanship of District Collector
  • Procedure : Application to be submitted by active Fishermen of BPL category having no house and having
    at least 1.5 cents of land and age between 18 to 60 years
  • Whom to contact : Matsyabhavan Officer
  • Details of assistance : Grant of Rs 50000/- in two installments of Rs 20000 each
  • Application for : available with the Matsyabhavan officer/down load from website
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2.Name of Scheme : EDUCATIONAL CONCESSION

  • Objective : to provide educational concession to the children of registered Non-Hindu fishermen
  • Components : lump sum grant, hostel fee, stipend, tuition fee, pocket money etc.
  • Beneficiaries : Children of registered Non-Hindu fishermen
  • Procedure : the Institution has to forward the Bill to the District Fisheries Officer
  • Whom to contact : District Fisheries Officer/Matsyabhavan Officer
  • Details of assistance : Rate as per G.O. of SC/ST Department
  • Application form : available with the District Office/Matsyabhavan Officer/down load from website
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3.Name of Scheme : SAVING CUM RELIEF SCHEME

  • Objective : to promote thrift habit and to extend relief during lean period
  • Components : Collection of contribution from fishermen and distribution of double the amount during lean period
  • Beneficiaries : registered fishermen (marine and inland)
  • Procedure : Marine – Rs 75/- per month to be paid for 8 months. An amount of Rs 300/- paid back per month
    for the remaining 4 months
    Inland - Rs 50/- per month to be paid for 9 months. An amount of Rs 300/- paid back per month
    for the remaining 3 months
  • Whom to contact : District Fisheries Officer/Matsyabhavan Officer
  • Details of assistance : 50% by the beneficiary 25% by the State Government and 25% by Government of India
  • Application form : available with the District Office/Matsyabhavan Officer/down load from website
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4.Name of Scheme : MATSYAKERALAM

  • Objective :
1.to diversify aquaculture for enhancing fish production from inland freshwater/brackish water areas
2.to increase inland fish production
3.to create new employment opportunities in rural areas through the development of inland and brackish
water aquaculture.
4.to increase export of fish and fish Products
5.to increase the percapita availability of Fish
6.to develop a well designed marketing system for aquaculture products
7.to create new employment opportunities through value addition of aquaculture products
  • Components:

1. Programmes for diversification of freshwater and brackish water aquaculture in inland fisheries
2. Programmes for the development of infrastructure in inland fisheries
3. Programmes for the development of extension and training
4. Programmes for marketing support

  • Beneficiaries : Individual farmers / Farmers groups / Co-operatives / Local Bodies / Owners of holy ponds / NGOs and
    other Departments having water bodies
  • Procedure : A Committee headed by the President of the Local Body, Matsyabhavan Officer, Co-ordinator (Aquaculture), Chairman Standing Committee of local bodies and Secretary Local Body will select the beneficiaries.
  • Whom to contact : District Fisheries Officer/Matsyabhavan Officer/Local Bodies/Fish Farmer's Club
  • Details of assistance : Suitable farmers for fish culture will be prepared for fish/ shrimp culture. Good quality fish/shrimp seeds will be made available for stocking. Reclamation/renovation subsidy, input subsidy will also be provided to farmers.
  • Application form : available with the District Office/SAF/Matsyabhavan Officer/down load from website

 

5. Name of Scheme : INSURANCE TO FISHING IMPLEMENTS

  • Objective : to provide Insurance coverage to traditional fishing implements
  • Components : Crafts and engines
  • Beneficiaries : Registered Traditional fishermen
  • Procedure : premium to be paid is 1.8% of the unit cost (agreed value). Only 25% of the premium need be paid.
    Assured amount is 75% of the agreed value for total loss or constructive total loss (CTL) 75% of the repair cost is given if the repair cost exceeds 50% of the agreed value
  • Whom to contact : Matsya Board Officer/District Fisheries Officer/Fisheries Officer/Matsyabhavan Officer
  • Details of assistance : 75% of the premium met by Government of Kerala
  • Application form : available with the Matsya Board Officer/District Fisheries Officer/Matsyabhavan Officer

 

6. Name of Scheme : PENSION TO FISHERMEN

  • Objective : to provide an amount of Rs 200/-per month as old age pension and widow pension
  • Components : Old age pension and widow pension
  • Beneficiaries : Registered fishermen/widows of fishermen
  • Procedure : An amount of Rs 200 per month provided to registered active fishermen above Sixty years and to widows of registered fishermen
  • Whom to contact : Matsya Board Officer/District Fisheries Officer/Fisheries Officer/Matsyabhavan Officer
  • Details of assistance : As grant from Government of Kerala
  • Application form : available with the Matsya Board Officer/District Fisheries Officer/ /Matsyabhavan Officer

 

7.Name of Scheme : GROUP INSURANCE TO FISHERMEN

  • Objective : to provide insurance coverage to active fishermen for death while at fishing
  • Components : Accidental death/heart attack while at Fishing
  • Beneficiaries : Registered active fishermen
  • Procedure : All active fishermen are insured. An amount of Rs 100000 is given to the immediate relative of the deceased
  • Whom to contact : Matsya Board Officer/District Fisheries Officer/Matsyabhavan Officer
  • Details of assistance : Premium met by Government of Kerala and Government of India
  • Application form : available with the Matsya Board Officer / District Fisheries Officer /Matsyabhavan Officer

 

8. Name of Scheme :GROUP INSURANCE TO ALLIED WORKERS

  • Objective : to provide insurance coverage to allied workers for accidental death
  • Components : Accidental death
  • Beneficiaries : Allied workers
  • Procedure : All allied workers registered in matsya Board is insured. An amount of Rs 100000 is given to the
    immediate relative of the deceased
  • Whom to contact : Matsya Board Officer/District Fisheries Officer/Matsyabhavan Officer
  • Details of assistance : Premium met by Government of Kerala
  • Application form : available with the Matsya Board Officer/District Fisheries Officer / Fisheries Officer/Matsyabhavan Officer

 

9.Name of Scheme : MODERNISATION OF COUNTRY CRAFTS

  • Objective : to provide assistance for changing OBM
  • Components : A maximum of Rs 10000/- as subsidy for the purchase of Out Board Engine
  • Beneficiaries : Members of co-operative societies affiliated to Matsyafed
  • Procedure : A maximum of Rs 10000 is provided as subsidy to traditional fishermen for changing the old out board motor with new one through Matsyafed.
  • Whom to contact : Matsyafed office/District Matsyafed Officer
  • Details of assistance : By Government of Kerala
  • Application form : available with the Matsyafed office/District Matsyafed Officer

 

10.Name of Scheme : PURCHASE OF FISHING NETS

  • Objective : to provide assistance for the purchase of fishing nets
  • Components : A maximum of Rs 6000/- is given as subsidy
  • Beneficiaries : Members of co-operative societies affiliated to Matsyafed
  • Procedure : It is an one time subsidy for purchasing fishing nets. The beneficiaries are owners of crafts fitted
    with engines below 10 HP
  • Whom to contact : Matsyafed office/District Matsyafed Officer
  • Details of assistance : By Government of Kerala and Government of India
  • Application form : available with the Matsyafed office/District Matsyafed Officer
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Details of other Schemes include:

 

 

Services/Activities

1.   Enforcement of Kerala Marine Fisheries Regulation Act for the conservation of fishery wealth.
2.   Sea rescue operation for fishermen who are at danger in sea.
3.   Registration and licensing of fishing vessels/fixed engines/stake nets.
4.   Fisheries technical high schools with boarding facilities for the children of fishermen.
5.   Social Fisheries scheme for stocking fish seeds in rivers and other water bodies.
6.   Stocking of fish seeds in Reservoirs.
7.   Issue of special license for free nets and license for prawn fishing in private waters and paddy fields.
8.   Preparation of fishermen list every year for identifying beneficiaries.
9.   Provides educational concession to the children of fishermen.
10. Provides housing assistance to fishermen under NFWF Housing Scheme.
11. Saving cum relief scheme to provide relief to fishermen during the lean months.
12. Sea ranching for increasing fishery resources.
13. Registration and monitoring of fisheries cooperatives.
14. Matsyafed provides special bus service for fisherwomen vendors.
15. Matsyafed provides input security scheme for compensating the losses due to accident/natural calamities sustained
      to the fishing implements.
16. Fund Board provides Group Insurance Scheme to insure all active fishermen.
17. Cash awards and scholarships for SSLC and higher education for the children of fishermen and allied workers.
18. Effective extension support for aquaculture in fresh water and brackish water areas.
19. Financial assistance to the dependents of fishermen in case of accidental death while fishing.
20. Financial assistance for the death of the dependent.
21. Old age pension and widow pension to registered fishermen.
22. Financial assistance for the temporary disability due to accident.
23. Financial assistance to the dependents for the death of fishermen for meeting the funeral expense.
24. Financial assistance to registered fishermen for the treatment of fatal diseases.
25. Financial assistance to the wife of fishermen or fisherwomen for maternity care.
26. Financial assistance for the treatment of handicapped and mentally retarded children of fishermen.
27. Training to farmers in shrimp/fish/ornamental fish culture.
28. Financial assistance for motorization of country crafts.
29. Financial assistance for providing suitable components of fishing gear.
30. Production of disease free quality fish seeds/shrimp post larvae for farmers and to control fish seed price in the 
      open market.

FISHERIES & PORTS DEPARTMENT SECTIONS

CONTACT NUMBERS OF FISHERIES & PORTS DEPARTMENT SECTIONS

Fisheries & Ports (A) Department Ph:2518618
Fisheries & Ports (B) Department Ph:2517192
Fisheries & Ports (C) Department Ph:2518217
Fisheries & Ports (PS) Department Ph:2517156
Fisheries & Ports (D) Department Ph:2518587
Fisheries & Ports (E) Department Ph:2518018


1. Fisheries & Ports (A) Department
    Phone:0471- 2518618

1.   Establishment of Non Gazetted Officers' of the Fisheries Department
2.   Resources Management Cell
3.   Administration Report
4.   Statistical Cell
5.   District Councils.
6.   Procurement and maintenence of vehicles in Fisheries Dept, Matsyafed,etc.; Telephone charges and all miscellaneous 
      papers relating to establishment
7.   Establishment papers relating to the Gazetted Officers of Fisheries Department
8.   All establishment papers of ADAK
9.   All establishment papers of Matsyafed
10. All establishment papers of Kerala Fishermen Welfare Fund Board
11. All establishment papers of Kerala Fishermen's Welfare Corporation
12. All establishment papers of Kerala Fisheries Corporation
13. All establishment papers of Kerala Inland Fisheries Development Corporation
14. All establishment papers of Fisheries Advisory Board
15. All establishment papers of Fisheries Technical Advisory Committee
16  All establishment papers of Boat Building Yards
17. All establishment papers of Fisheries Station
18. All establishment papers of Research Cell
19. Marine Enforcement (Deputation cases from Home Dept.)
20. Constitution of Various Committees (Constitution only)
21  Coastal Police Stations
22. Land and Buildings of Fisheries Department
23. Coast Guard Stations.

2. Fisheries & Ports (B) Department
    Phone: 0471-2517192

1.   Papers relating to Matsyafed, including service stations, other than establishment.
2.   NCDC
3.   National Backward Classes Financial Development Corporation & National Minority Development Financial 
      Corporation Schemes.
4.   Co-operative Societies Act
5.   Integrated Pilot Project for Fisheries development
6.   All non-establishment miscellaneous papers including proposed Fisheries University.
7.   Fishermen Development and Welfare Co-op. Societies
8.   Construction work of Fishing Harbours / Fish Landing Centres, Harbour Authority.
9.   collection, entry passes to pedestrians and vehicles into Fishing Harbours.Allotment of Milma Booth, Pan Shop, 
      Telephone Booths, Bunks etc. inside Fishing harbours.
10.  Letter of Credit & SDG Proposals relating to Fishing Harbours.
11.  Reimbursement of Central Assistance for the Centrally Sponsored Schemes.
12.  Kerala Marine Fishing Regulation Act.
13.  Fisheries Stations (other than establishment matters)
14.  Deep sea fishing.
15.  Artificial Reef and Bankable schemes.
16.  Food & Agriculture Organisation (FAO) Project (World Food Programme)
17.  Savings-cum-Relief Scheme
18.  Special Component Plan
19.  Tribal Sub Plan
20.  Twenty Point Programme
21.  Identity Card to Fishermen (Smart card)
22.  Boat mechanisation scheme, Boat registration and Licensing.
23.  Compensation and relief assistance to loss of fishing implements.
24.  Kerala Fishermen's Welfare Fund Act and Scheme
25.  All papers relating to Kerala Fishermen's Welfare Fund Board other than establishment.
26.  Papers on Bio Diversity
27.  Papers on State Level Bankers' Committee (SLBC)
28.  Kerosene and LPG Kit permits to Fishermen.
29.  KAVIL – Aqua Technology Park.
30.  Debt Relief and Debt Relief Commission.
31.  Oceanarium
32.  External Aid other than Govt. of India Grant.
33.  Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yogna (RKVY)-Fishing harbours.
34.  Intelligence Sharing meeting of Coastguard / intelligence Reports.
35.  Trawl ban, notification, free ration, hiring of boats for it etc.
36.  Matsya Suraksha (Insurance) Scheme.
37.  World Trade Organization
38.  CESS Act and Rules.
39.  Master Plan on Fisheries and Task Forces.
40.  ISRO Techniques for sea rescue operations.

3. Fisheries & Ports (C) Department
    Phone: 0471-251 8217

1.   Inland Fisheries Act.
2.   Brood Stock Bank.
3.   Fish Seed Farms, Fish Farms, Mussle Farming
4.   Papers relating to Aquaculture by various agencies, Semi-intensive Prawn Farming, Integrated Fish Farming
5.   Social Fisheries
6.   Fish Diseases, Fish Mortality
7.   Fish Farmers' Development Agency (FFDA)
8.   Brackish Water Fish Farmers' Development Agency (BWFFDA)
9.   Reservoir Fisheries Project including Indo-German project
10. Reimbursement of Central Assistance related to inland sector
11. Fisheries Policy
12. Social Amenities, Basic Sanitation Scheme, all Housing Schemes including those of National Fishermen 
      Welfare Fund and HUDCO.
13. All Fisheries Roads, buildings, dispensaries and Guide lights.
14. Fisheries Training Centre
15. Fisheries Technical School
16. Ice Plant and Cold storage, Cold Chain Scheme.
17. Processing, Preservation and Marketing, inland Fish Marketing
18. Conversion of Fish into Value Added Products (Trash Fish)
19. Budget papers, Budget Speech
20. Licensing of China Nets / Storage Nets and papers relating to net factories.
21. Educational Concession.
22. Society for Assistance to Fisherwomen (Vanitha Bank), and SAF
23. Matsya Keralam
24. Coastal Management Zone
25. Haritha Theeram
26. Coastal Zone Regulation Act
27. NABARD Assistance Scheme for Roads and Bridges.
28. Tsunami Relief Assistance Scheme (Fisheries Sector).
29. Raslitriya Krishi Vikas Yogna (RKVY) on Fisheries Sector
30. Vidarbha Package for Suicide prone District (Fisheries Sector)
31. Papers relating to Working Group.
32. Plan Review.
33. Agriculture University (Fisheries Sector)
34. All India Aquarium Show / Ornamental Fisheries Exhibition.
35. Coastal Area Development Corporation.
36. Special Economic Zone including Land Acquisition

4. Fisheries & Ports (PS) Department
    Phone: 0471-2517156

1.  LA interpellations
2.  Audit reports, Draft paras, Public Accounts Committee (PAC) papers.
3.  Assembly submissions, and all papers relating to various Legislative Assembly Committees including Subject 
     Committee, Official Language Committee etc.
4.  Accounts of PSUs/ Agencies / Societies to be tabled in the House.
5.  District Collectors' Conference / MPs' Conference
6.  Staff Meeting, Monthly Business Statement, Meeting of Chief Secretary with Secretaries to Govt.
7.  Consolidation works.
8.  Right to information

5. Fisheries & Ports (D) Department
    Phone:0471- 2518587

1.   Establishment matters of port Department-All papers relating to Hydrographic Survey Wing and Kerala State 
      Maritime Development Corporation.
2.   All papers relating to Harbour Engineering Department (Other than papers relating to Fisheries Department), 
      Miscellaneous papers of this Section.

6. Fisheries & Ports (E) Department
    Phone: 0471-251 8018

        All papers relating to ports Department except establishment papers.
 

Important Officials

 

Directorate of Fisheries

Director of Fisheries

Directorate of Fisheries,
4th Floor, Vikasbhavan,
Thiruvananthapuram
Tel: 0471-2303160,
9447120661
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Additional Director
 
Directorate of Fisheries,
4th Floor, Vikasbhavan,
Thiruvananthapuram
Tel: 0471-2304598,
9847159849
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Joint Director
 
Directorate of Fisheries,
4th Floor, Vikasbhavan,
Thiruvananthapuram
Tel:0471-2308295 9447576350
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Administrative officer
 
Directorate of Fisheries,
4th Floor, Vikasbhavan,
Thiruvananthapuram
0471-2303116 9447141182
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Senior Finance officer
 
Directorate of Fisheries,
4th Floor, Vikasbhavan,
Thiruvananthapuram
Tel: 0471-2304348 9847310529
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Law officer
 
Directorate of Fisheries,
4th Floor, Vikasbhavan,
Thiruvananthapuram
0471-2304348 9249220205
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Deputy Director(Matsyakeralam)
 
Directorate of Fisheries,
4th Floor, Vikasbhavan,
Thiruvananthapuram
Tel:0471-2303103 9447141190
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Deputy Director(PME) Directorate of Fisheries,
4th Floor, Vikasbhavan,
Thiruvananthapuram
0471-2303103 9447141000
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Deputy Director (Statistics1) Directorate of Fisheries,
4th Floor, Vikasbhavan,
Thiruvananthapuram
0471-2304348 9447011267
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Deputy Director (Statistics2)
 
Directorate of Fisheries,
4th Floor, Vikasbhavan,
Thiruvananthapuram
0471-2304348 9349178313
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Deputy Registrar
 
Directorate of Fisheries,
4th Floor, Vikasbhavan,
Thiruvananthapuram
Tel:0471-2304348 9446516016
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Deputy Director (Marine) Directorate of Fisheries,
4th Floor, Vikasbhavan,
Thiruvananthapuram
Tel:0471-2303103 9446474714
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Assistant Director (P&M)
 
Directorate of Fisheries,
4th Floor, Vikasbhavan,
Thiruvananthapuram
Tel:0471-2304348 9496410944
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Assistant Director (Project)
 
Directorate of Fisheries,
4th Floor, Vikasbhavan,
Thiruvananthapuram
Tel:0471-2304348 9846951414
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Research officer
 
Directorate of Fisheries,
4th Floor, Vikasbhavan,
Thiruvananthapuram
Tel:0471-2305042 9447471388
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Administrative Assistant
 
Directorate of Fisheries,
4th Floor, Vikasbhavan,
Thiruvananthapuram
Tel:0471-2305042 9446082356
Directorate of Fisheries (Annex)
Superintendent of Police (Marine Enforcement)
 
office of the Superintendent of
Police,
Marine Enforcement,
Plamood,
Kawdiar P.O,
Thiruvananthapuram
E-mail: sp_fisheries.ker@nic.in This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Tel:0471-2317524 9447141180
Deputy.Director (Marine Enforcement)
 
office of the Superintendent of Police,
Marine Enforcement,
Plamood,
Kawdiar P.O,
Thiruvananthapuram
E-mail: ddme_fisheries.ker@nic.in This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Tel:0471-2317524 9447141182
Chief Guard (Marine Enforcement)
 

office of the Superintendent of Police,
Marine Enforcement,
Plamood, Kawdiar P.O,
Thiruvananthapuram
E-mail:cg_fisheries.ker@nicin
Tel:0471-2317524 9447141184

Project implementation unit - TEAP
Team Leader
 
1. Dr.N.K.Sasidharan Pillai,
office of the Project
Implementation Unit of Fisheries,
Near Adhyapaka Bhavan,
Thiruvananthapuram
E-mail:piufisheries.yahoo.com
Tel:0471-2321362 9446517362
Other Officials (Contact Details)

 

Related Websites

 

Fisheries Department,Govt of Kerala  www.fisheries.kerala.gov.in
Matsyafed  www.matsyafed.org
Registration and Licensing of fishing Craft  www.fishcraft.nic.in

CIBA (ICAR),India

 www.ciba.res.in

CIFT, Kochi, Kerala

 www.cift.res.in

ICAR

icar.org.in

MPEDA

 www.mpeda.com

AGMARKNET

 www.agmarknet.nic.in

DISNIC

 disnic.nic.in

Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries

 www.dahd.nic.in

Coastal Aquaculture Authority

 www.caa.gov.in

Integrated Fisheries Project, Kochi

 www.ifpkochi.nic.in

Central Institute of Fisheries Education

 www.cife.edu.in

Central Institute of Fresh water Aquaculture

 www.cifa.in

Central Institute of Fisheries Nautical and Engineering Training, Kochi

 www.cifnet.nic.in

National Bureau of Fish Genetic Resources

 www.nbfgr.res.in

Food & Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations

 www.fao.org

Bay of Bengal programme

 www.bobpigo.org