New Delhi: An formidable Vaishwik Bharatiya Vaigyanik (VAIBHAV)/international scientists summit-2020 conceptualized by PMO to infuse know-how and scientific analysis to reinforce progress in several sectors was inaugurated by Shri Narendra Modi, Honourable Prime Minister on 2nd October 2020 on Gandhi Jayanti. Under this mega occasion, ICAR-Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture, Bhubaneswar was chosen as a CHAMPION INSTITUTE amongst all of the Fisheries Research Institutes to carry this international summit involving scientists of Indian diaspora. Under this programme a at some point digital summit of world scientists was organized by ICAR-CIFA beneath Vaibhav-2020 Summit on 16 October 2020. Vaishwik Bharatiya Vaigyanik (VAIBHAV) Summit is a collaborative initiative by all S&T and Academic Organizations of India to allow deliberations on thought course of, practices and R&D tradition with an issue fixing strategy for well-defined goals.The most important goal is to carry out a complete roadmap to leverage the experience and information of world Indian researchers for fixing challenges in chopping age analysis. The theme of the horizontal session of Vaibhav was Modern Fisheries, aquaculture and seed manufacturing. A complete variety of 18 audio system deliberated on innovative science and analysis wants for India in Aquaculture and fisheries discipline. Eminent scientists from eight (8) completely different international locations (France, Norway, Australia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Hongkong, Thailand) took half within the occasion. Vaibhav summit on aquaculture emphasised the necessity for infusing trendy aquaculture equivalent to biofloc know-how (BFT), re-circulatory aquaculture (RAS), diet analysis, synthetic intelligence in aquaculture, machine studying, fish catch utilizing trendy gear, super-intensive aquaculture.
The Vaibhav Summit at ICAR-CIFA was inaugurated by Dr. Saroj Kumar Swain, Director and ICAR-CIFA within the digital August presence of Scientific luminaries from completely different international locations. At the outset Dr. P. Routray, Nodal Officer, welcomed the panellists and members and flagged points that wanted consideration and international handshake in scientific analysis in aquaculture. The session was Chaired by Dr. J.Okay. Jena, Deputy Director General, ICAR, New Delhi and Co-Chaired by Prof. Kiron Viswanath, Professor of Aquaculture, NORD University, Norway. The assembly ended with vote of thanks supplied by Dr. N.Okay. Barik, Senior Scientist, ICAR-CIFA, Bhubaneswar. Dr I. Sivaraman, Scientist & IT Coordinator organized the programme.
The deliberations will end in additional collaboration in innovative analysis in Aquaculture between India and Other Countries by Indian diaspora.