3 fisheries graduate from Mangalore Fisheries College have appear up with a begin-up initiative in seed production of Asian seabass with the complex assist of Central Institute of Brackishwater Aquaculture (CIBA), Chennai.
This is the initial endeavor in the region in setting up the seabass hatchery in the private sector on a begin-up manner. The MoU was signed in between the CIBA and ‘Canares Aquaculture’ owned by the younger entrepreneurs from Kumta, Karnataka to make certain transfer of CIBA’s technology on seabass seed production to the latter.
Karthik Gowda VS, Kaushik Alike and Sachin V Savan, the a few fisheries graduates from Mangalore Fisheries College, chose to establish their career in entrepreneurship and become task suppliers. Their stop by to the CIBA’s seabass hatchery at Muttukadu experimental station for the duration of their training course programme influenced them in setting up an aquaculture begin-up. CIBA institute supplied them complex guidance