World Fisheries Day was organized on Monday at Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture and Technology's Constituent Fisheries College, Udaipur.
On this occasion, the program's special guest, Dr. BK Sharma, said that two-thirds of the world's fish are on the verge of extinction. Reasons for the decline in production, such as loss of essential fish habitats, pollution, and global warming, are some important facts about fish. Every year $22 billion is spent to subsidize overfishing which overloads ocean resources. Enhancing the morale of the students in the program, former dean Dr. Subodh Sharma emphasized the wise use of resources for sustainable and sustainable fish production and following the prescribed laws for fish capture. Dr. M.L. Aujha talked about increasing fish production and fishermen's income in Rajasthan. He said Rajasthan could get first place in inland fish production by utilizing the available resources. He also highlighted the government's commitment to doubling the fishermen's income and fish production.
Dr. Shahida gave information about Pradhan Mantri Matsya Sampada Yojana. On this occasion, college students Narpat Kumar, Jairam Jat (General Secretary), Anil Shekhawat, Joint Secretary Saurabh Meena, Abhishek, etc., informed about World Fisheries Day.