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Marine Engineering Division

The division catered to the Project’s own works and job assistance to the clients in various fabrication, repair and maintenance needs.

The Slipway Section extended under water maintenance support to vessels of sister organisations, fishing industry and other classes of seagoing vessels besides project’s own vessels. During the period from 1967-68 to 1998-98, the section handled 744 nos. of vessels with an aggregate tonnage of 47707. Year wise break up of slipway utilization is furnished in Annexure-VIII.

Project’s ice plant produced 57294 tonnes of ice during 1969 – 1999. Depending on external demand, ice was also sold to external users (Annexure-IX).

Training activities of the division in refrigeration technology (10 months) and workshop apprenticeship (6 months) used to be regularly extended. The total number of 425 candidates trained in these streams during 1970 to 1999 period is furnished in Annexure IV.

Consultancy in setting up of cold storage and freezing plants and other supporting activities in fisheries is being extended by the Project’s team of experts. Dredgers when not engaged in maintenance of Project’s waterfront are hired out for job work earning revenue.

The Life Raft Servicing Station, which was established in 1985, was transferred from the control of fisheries division to Marine Engineering Division during ---- after relocating it into a more spacious premise with new Marine Engineering complex. The station has so far serviced 720 Life Raft’s and 453 Hydrostatic Release Unit’s since inception. Year wise breakup of the programme is furnished in Annexure –X.
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Achievements

1. Fish Harvesting Technology  -

1.  Survey & Mapping of resources along SouthEast & SouthWest Coast  -

(a)[ Shrimp Ground ] / (b) [ Deep Sea Lobster Ground / (c) [ Other Bottom Fish Resources ] / (d) [ Pelagic Resources ] / (e) [ Antarctic Krill ]

2. Location of commercial concentrations of Fish & Shellfish  /
3. Introduction of diversified Fishing methods & Training

2. Post - Harvest Technology  -

1. Development of Processed Fish Products & By-Products -

(a) [Frozen Products ] / (b) [ Dried Products] / (c) [ Smoked& Canned Products ] / (d) [ Value - added Products ] / (e) [ Fishery By-products ]

2.  Pilot scale export of Processed Fish Products  /
3.   Popularisation of Processed Fish Products in the domestic market -

(a) [ Geographical coverage & outlet wise sales ] / [b] [ Ernakulam Stall ] / (c) [ Alwaye Stall ] / (d) [ Palai Stall ] / (e) [ Rural Marketing ] / (f) [ Canned & Dried Fish outlet - Krishi Bhavan, New Delhi ] / (g) [ Dealers ] / (h) [ Transportation of Products ] / [i] [ Addresses of the Outlets ]

3. Marine Engineering Division

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