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Posting order of New Selected Fisheries Development Officers
Annual progress of Fisheries Department 2013-14
Guidelines of Inland Fish Cage Culture in Rajasthan
Brochure-Detail of Fisheries Project in Rajasthan
Application Form for Fisheries Training
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circular for angered fish to release live in water
Corrigendum for EOI/tender No. 9223 dt. 24.08.2017 Consultancy Services for Construction and Management of Ornamental Fish Breeding and Aquarium gallery Unit Bisalpur (Tonk)
close season 2017
Notification Close Season 2017 Hindi
Posting Order Smt. A. P. Shiwani Fisheries Development Officer, Kasimpura (Kota)
Office Letter for Smt. Amrita Pritam Shiwani Udaipur
circular related to destory the exotic fishes african magur and Big head from all water resources of the state dated 19-10-2016
Expression Of Interest dt. 24 Aug., 2017
 
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Fish Seed Production
 
In order to bring all the available effective water spread area under scientific fish culture with optimum stocking density, 368.5 million fingerlings shall be required every year. This would demand seed production of 4865 million spawn and 1216 million fry every year. The total average seed supply is only 30% of estimated seed requirement. Further, only 25% of the present seed supply is met within Rajasthan, white the remaining is brought from other states mainly from Bareilly and Ramgarh region of U.P., Kolkata region of West Bengal and Bharauch and surat regions of Gujarat. Within Rajasthan, the public sector hatcheries and seed farms supply only 13% of the total, while another 12% comes from private hatchery as well as the rearing in private sector.
   
 
There are 28 government hatcheries/seed farms exist in the state. Most of the farms are non-functional. The reasons behind this are non availability of water or heavy seepage of soil and faulty layout/designs.
   
 
In addition there are 5 more hatcheries in Rajasthan one at college of fisheries, Udaipur one with RTADCF, Jaisamand and three private hatcheries viz. Choudhary Fish Hatchery, Hanumangarh, Lupin Fish Hatchery, Bharatpur and Thar Fish Hatchery, chatargarh, Bikaner.
   
 
Details and status of  functional seed farms (containing hatchery and rearing space) in Rajasthan are follow-

S. No. Name of the farm (CCH with rearing space) Functional status (according to the field study) Production capacity (in millions)

Present Production (in millions)

Spawn Fry Spawn Fry

1.

M.P.U.A.T. Seed farm, Udaipur Functional & satisfactory performance 100 Produce spawn only 46  -

2.

Chouhary Fish hatchery, Hanumangarh Functional & satisfactory performance 40 (under stated) - 40 -

3.

R.T.A.D.C.F. hatchery, Jaisamand Functional & satisfactory performance 30 - 30 -

4.

Lupin seed farm, Bharatpur Non functional since 2006 1.71 0.60 - -

5.

Guvadi seed farm, Bhilwara Functional Under Performance 100 10.0 60 2.50(25%)

6.

Kasimpura national seed farm, Kota Functional Under Performance 100 10.0 60 3.00(30%)

7.

Rawatbhata seed farm, Kota Functional Under Performance 100 10.0 60 2.5(25%)

8.

Bhimpur national seed farm, Banswara Semi functional 100 0.60 6.4 -

9.

Silised seed farm, Alwar Semi functional 50 - 10 -

10.

Soorsagar, Kota Functional 50 - 15 -