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    West Bengal is enriched with a significant wealth of Inland Fishery Resources as well as Marine Fishery Resources. The Government has taken many initiatives on formulating and implementing various schemes for uplifting livelihood of the fishing people and provided required infrastructure to make their life easy and also more fish production.

The Fishery Department had taken keen interest in taking up the welfare measures for both the inland and marine fishermen. Along with the development of pisciculture, steps were also taken side by side for creation of infrastructural facilities like construction of rural roads, housing, rural electrification, tube-wells, community halls, auditorium etc. in both inland and marine fishing villages.

e-Governance being the tool for sustainable development of fishery resources, the Department intends to computerize all the major activities and processes for smoothening their day to day work   and also has been taking various measures to promote the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) .

This portal will facilitate all the stakeholders a single platform  for decision support and information access on and for Fisheries Development in West Bengal. With a view to provide timely and accurate data and to minimize data gaps, it has been intended  to develop web based applications which takes care of online facilities for the following areas initially -

  • Different Welfare Schemes for Fishermen like Housing, Insurance, Savings-cum-relief, Old Age Pension, Fishermen's Group Personal Accident Insurance etc

  • Registration of Fishermen Co-operatives & Monitoring System
  • Managerial Subsidy &  Assistance to Khuti Society  etc
  • License for Fish Dealers , Fish Producers, Wholesalers, Pollution control  etc.      
  • Fund Monitoring
  • Training facility for Fishermen
  • Grievance Redressal



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