Why India is suitable for fisheries industry
The Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries of the Government of India is providing information about centrally sponsored schemes at many levels. Information about fodder, national project on cattle breeding, livestock health etc. is also being made available. The government is working on a war footing, especially in fisheries. In such a situation, there may not be a good opportunity for unemployed youth or farmers to increase their income. In today's era, doing fish farming business in India is going to prove very profitable. More than 60 percent of India's population likes to eat fish.
The business of fish farming has flourished after the arrival of the Modi government.
The business of fish farming has flourished after the arrival of the Modi government. Experts believe that our country is very suitable for fish farming. There is no shortage of sea, lakes, rivers, ponds and ponds in our country. The land is also so that you can build tanks and ponds for this business. In the current era, you can also increase this business with the help of technology. In the face of rapidly changing technology, the old techniques of fishing are now ending. Now people have started the fish business by artificially building ponds and tanks.
Apart from fishermen, other people are now in this business
Let us tell you that the time is gone when the fisheries industry was limited to fishermen. After the coming of the Modi government, it has started being established as a successful and prestigious small scale industry. New technology has revolutionized the fish industry. Fisheries not only create employment opportunities, but also play an important role in earning foreign exchange along with increase in food supply. Today India is emerging as a fish producing country.
The Ministry of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries has now started providing loans up to ten million rupees for this industry.
The Ministry of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries of the Government of India has now started providing loans up to one million rupees for this industry. The effort of the Ministry is to make this money available to people in easy installments and at low interest rates. All information about the central government's loan arrangement is also available in all the small scale industries offices of the state government.
Fish consumption four times by 2030
The report of the Food and Agriculture Organization says that in the year 2030, fish consumption in India will increase four times more than the current consumption. Keeping this in mind, the central government and the state governments are bringing more than one plan to promote the fisheries industry in the country. The Modi government is running a scheme in collaboration with the state governments, under which the government supports about 75 per cent of the financial support to the fishermen.
Modi government is working on the goal of doubling the income of farmers
Actually, the Modi government is working on the goal of doubling the income of farmers. Giriraj Singh, Minister of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries of the Government of India, claims that by adopting modern techniques of fisheries in very less space and less water, there can be considerable income. If you want to start this business with the 'Commercial Aquaculture System' (RAS) technology, you will get loan from both the central government and the state government. If you want to raise fish according to RAS technique, then you will have to arrange only 5 lakh rupees. With this amount, you can fish about 20 thousand kilograms.
The cost of the project will come to 20 lakh rupees
According to the project report prepared by the National Fisheries Development Board, if you build a tank or pond of 20 thousand kg capacity, then the cost of your project will come to Rs 20 lakh. The capital cost will be 9 lakh 70 thousand rupees and operational cost 10 lakh 36 thousand rupees. But you only have to arrange 4-5 lakh rupees. The central government will give you about 8 lakh rupees and the state government about 4 lakh rupees as subsidy. Apart from this, the government will also provide a bank loan of 4 to 5 lakh rupees.
The Government of India has set a target that fish production in the country should increase by at least 5 million tonnes by the year 2020.
Overall, the Government of India has set a target that by the year 2020, there should be an increase of at least 5 million tonnes in fish production in the country. For this, the government is not only emphasizing on technology but also providing basic amenities to various areas.
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