STATE TIMES NEWS DODA: With an aim to attract more rural youths towards fish culture, National Fisheries Development Board(NFDB)-Hyderabad sponsored three day training programme on ‘Fresh water Carp Culture’ for the youths/fish farmers of district Doda, which commenced here on Tuesday. The training programme was inaugurated at KVK-HQ Bhadarwah, under the guidance of Directorate of Extension Education, SKUAST-J with the aim to attract youths towards this economic venture. About 50 participants including 22 women from 15 villages of district Doda, made their active presence. The programme was inaugurated with welcome address by Dr. Ravneet Kour, Sr. Scientist & Head, KVK-Doda in presence of Zia-Ul-Haq, Inspector/Fish Farm Manager, Gatha Fish Farm and the Scientists of KVK-Doda. Dr. Kour after a brief lecture on mandates of KVK and importance of this NFDB sponsored training programme, handed over the programme to Dr. AS Charak, KVK Scientist, who briefed about the schedule of the programme and introduced the role of NFDB in national fisheries development. Inspector/Fish Farm Manager, Gatha Fish Farm, Zia-Ul-Haq speak on status and potential of fisheries in Doda district, different types of ponds & culture practices, Fisheries Department’s activities and the Govt. supports/schemes for the fish farmers, etc. Dr. GN Jha, Fisheries Scientist of KVK-Doda & Course Coordinator of the NFDB programmes ensured that the programme will fulfill the aim of the NFDB-Hyderabad, Govt. of India sponsored programmes in fisheries development.
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