Year: 2022 | Month: March | Volume 67 | Issue 2

Synthesis of Fisheries Business Success Models under Public and Private Sector in Chhattisgarh, India

O.P. Sonvanee* B. Nightingale Devi Shashank Sharma Hari Prasad Mohale
DOI:10.46852/0424-2513.2.2022.13

Abstract:

The objective of the present study was to analyze the successful fisheries business model in Chhattisgarh. Since various public and private sector are involved for fisheries development in the state directly or indirectly such as state fisheries department/colleges/Institution/Federation/Center/Company Group/ Farmer etc. The respondents were selected randomly and the pre-structured questionnaire were sent through mail or direct meeting and in case of private sectors a few entrepreneur were selected purposely following random sampling for the study. In Chhattisgarh few numbers of stakeholders are available for the supply chain management in fisheries sector. The study noticed that private sector, progressive farmers, co-operative sector and companies play a pivotal role and major contribution of fish seed production, fish production, ornamental fish and fish feed. Futhermore, State universities and college develop human resources for the sector. The fish farmers were mainly involved in fish production practices whereas the harvesting practices was carried out by Machhuara community cum retailer which is the main reason behind less producer share in consumer rupee of fish farmer.

Highlights

  • Fisheries sector not only supplies dietary essentials for human consumption, but provides excellent opportunities for employment and income generation, especially in the more economically backward rural areas.




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