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  • ICAR-CIBA inaugurated its first Aquaculture Research Centre on the West Coast in Gujarat at the Navsari Agriculture University Campus on 7th June 2018
    ICAR-CIBA inaugurated its first Aquaculture Research Centre on the West Coast in Gujarat at the Navsari Agriculture University Campus on 7th June 2018
  • Export Inspection Council (EIC), Govt. of India and ICAR-Central Institute of Brackishwater aquaculture (CIBA), Chennai, jointly conducted skill enhancement programme for Fisheries officials
    Export Inspection Council (EIC), Govt. of India and ICAR-Central Institute of Brackishwater aquaculture (CIBA), Chennai, jointly conducted skill enhancement programme for Fisheries officials
  • ICAR-CIBA partners with the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives of KCT in bracksihwater aquaculture sector
    ICAR-CIBA partners with the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives of KCT in bracksihwater aquaculture sector
  • First Shrimp feed mill in Northern India, under public private partnership mode (PPP) between ICAR-CIBA, Chennai and Dr Attar Aqua Feed, Bhiwani, Haryana, started operation
    First Shrimp feed mill in Northern India, under public private partnership mode (PPP) between ICAR-CIBA, Chennai and Dr Attar Aqua Feed, Bhiwani, Haryana, started operation
  • Dr.George Chamberlain, President, Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA), USA, delivered an invited Lecture at CIBA
    Dr.George Chamberlain, President, Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA), USA, delivered an invited Lecture at CIBA
  • Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Hon’ble Union Minister for Science and Technology, Environment, Forests, Climate Change and Ministry of Earth Sciences visited CIBA Stall at 3rd India International Science Festival – 2017
    Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Hon’ble Union Minister for Science and Technology, Environment, Forests, Climate Change and Ministry of Earth Sciences visited CIBA Stall at 3rd India International Science Festival – 2017
  • ICAR-CIBA and TNFU join hands for sustainable development of aquaculture
    ICAR-CIBA and TNFU join hands for sustainable development of aquaculture
  • Brackishwater cage farming of seabass fish harvest at Vennangupattu village
    Brackishwater cage farming of seabass fish harvest at Vennangupattu village
  • ICAR-CIBA receiving prize for its Hindi magazine
    ICAR-CIBA receiving prize for its Hindi magazine "Jal Tarang" at 89th Foundation day celebrations of ICAR on 16th July 2017
  • CIBA’s Desi Shrimp Feed Technology Transfer with Sri Sathvika Aqua Agro Industries Private Limited, Ongole, for the shrimp feed mill and Vannami Plus technology, an ARYA initiatives from CIBA
    CIBA’s Desi Shrimp Feed Technology Transfer with Sri Sathvika Aqua Agro Industries Private Limited, Ongole, for the shrimp feed mill and Vannami Plus technology, an ARYA initiatives from CIBA
  • An entrepreneur cheerfully holding a bag of hatchery produced milkfish seeds during the event of seed release
    An entrepreneur cheerfully holding a bag of hatchery produced milkfish seeds during the event of seed release
  • Dr. Trilochan Mohapatra, Hon. DG ICAR and Secretary, DARE is handing over hatchery produced seabass seeds to farming women during his visit to CIBA
    Dr. Trilochan Mohapatra, Hon. DG ICAR and Secretary, DARE is handing over hatchery produced seabass seeds to farming women during his visit to CIBA
  • Dr. E.G. Silas, Founder Director CIBA & Former V.C, KAU unveiling the logo SCAFi on August 26, 2017 at Headquarters, Chennai
    Dr. E.G. Silas, Founder Director CIBA & Former V.C, KAU unveiling the logo SCAFi on August 26, 2017 at Headquarters, Chennai
  • Shri. Radha Mohan Singh, Hon. Union Minister for Agriculture and Farmers Welfare releases the products developed by ICAR-CIBA during 89th ICAR foundation day celebrations in New Delhi
    Shri. Radha Mohan Singh, Hon. Union Minister for Agriculture and Farmers Welfare releases the products developed by ICAR-CIBA during 89th ICAR foundation day celebrations in New Delhi
  • Farm reared mud crab, Scylla serrta: a potential candidate for lucrative brackishwater farming
    Farm reared mud crab, Scylla serrta: a potential candidate for lucrative brackishwater farming
  • Pond reared Mystus cat fish, Mystud gulio using captive bred seed in KRC, CIBA, West Bengal
    Pond reared Mystus cat fish, Mystud gulio using captive bred seed in KRC, CIBA, West Bengal
  • Non invasive sampling of gonads of milkfish broodstock at CIBA, Muttukadu – a skilled expertise in captive breeding of milkfish
    Non invasive sampling of gonads of milkfish broodstock at CIBA, Muttukadu – a skilled expertise in captive breeding of milkfish
  • Scanning electron micrograph of microsporidian parasite Enterocytozoon hepatopenaei (EHP) of shrimp, continue to be disease of concern for shrimp farming in India
    Scanning electron micrograph of microsporidian parasite Enterocytozoon hepatopenaei (EHP) of shrimp, continue to be disease of concern for shrimp farming in India
  • Pond reared Milkfish, Chanos chanos during sampling in Andhra Pradesh
    Pond reared Milkfish, Chanos chanos during sampling in Andhra Pradesh
  • Farmed vannamei shrimp with black gill disease is further screened for other OIE listed pathogens at National Referral Laboratory for Brackishwater Aquatic Animal Diseases, ICAR-CIBA .
    Farmed vannamei shrimp with black gill disease is further screened for other OIE listed pathogens at National Referral Laboratory for Brackishwater Aquatic Animal Diseases, ICAR-CIBA .

  Scientific-Staff 

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Satyanarayan Sethi, Dr
Designation : Senior Scientist
Discipline : Aquaculture
Division : Finfish Culture Division
Specialization : Fish and Fisheries Science
Research areas:
  • Breeding and Seed Production of Brackishwater Commercial Fishes.
  • Breeding and Seed Production of Brackishwater Ornamental Fishes.
  • Induced Breeding and Seed Production of endemic /endangered brackishwater fishes.
Brief profile:

After taking masters in Freshwater Aquaculture (Fish Pathology and Microbiology) in [2000] and PhD in Inland Aquaculture in [2004] I am working in CIBA. Since 1.7 [year] on 15.05.2014, I currently work in division of Fish Culture Division in CIBA. I have worked on Breeding and Seed Production of Brackishwater Commercial Fishes and also Ornamental Fishes, I have contributed to induced breeding and seed production of Crescent Perch, Terapon jarbua and Orange Chromide, Etroplus maculatus with hormonal induction under captivity. I have interests in Breeding of other Brackishwater Ornamental Fishes.

Current Research Projects (3 important ones):

NoTitle Funded By
1 Development and refinement of finfish aquaculture technologies for sustainable brackishwater aquaculture development Institute
2Evaluation of reproductive biology, breeding, larval biology and seed production of candidate finfish species for brackishwater aquaculture developmentInstitute
3Biotechnological interventions and application of bioinformatic tools for improvement of brackishwater fish and shellfishInstitute

Recognitions (National & international level) :
  • Awarded Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) of ICAR for continuing Master Degree in fisheries Science (M.F.Sc) awarded Hiralal Choudhary Gold medalist during M.F.Sc. Programs during 1998-2000.
  • Awarded Young Scientist in the field of Fish & Fishery Science in National Symposium on Prospects, Utility and Challenges of Biotechnology in Agricultural Development scheduled during November 11-12, 2011 from Society of Biological Sciences & Rural Development 10/96, Gola Bazar, New Jhunsi, Allahabbad-211019, Uttar Pradesh, India.
Best 5 Publications during the career:
  1. Chandra kanta Mishra, Basanta Kumar Das ,Jyotimayee Pradhan ,Phalguni Pattnaik, Satyanarayan Sethi , Subhas Chandra Mukherjee. Changes in lysosomal enzyme activity and protection against Vibrio infection in Macrobrachium rosenbergii (De Man) post larvae after bath immunostimulation with b-glucan. Fish & Shellfish Immunology 17 (2004) 389-395.
  2. Basanta Kumar Das, Surya Kanta Samal, Biswa Ranjan Samantaray, Satyanarayan Sethi, Phalguni Pattnaik, Bibhudendu Kumar Mishra. Antagonistic activity of cellular components of Pseudomonas species against Aeromonas hydrophilla. Aquaculture 253 (2006)17-24.
  3. BISOVITA. SAHOO, S.SETHI, B.K.MISHRA, And B.K.DAS. Effects of Elecitors on Prophenoloxidase and Super oxide Anion Activities of Freshwater prawn, M. malcolmsonii. Asian Fisheries Science 18 (2005): 345-353.
  4. Satyanarayan Sethi, Subhash Chandra Mukherjee, Basanta Kumar Das, Surya Kanta Samal and Shalini Soni. Physiological Changes in Indian River Prawn Macrobrachium malcolmsonii Experimentally Infected with Vibrio alginolyticus and Vibrio anguillarum . Asian Fisheries Science 19 (2006): 129-137.
  5. E. S N Sethi, N.Ram and R. Soundarajan, 2009. Macrobrachium lar, an endemic freshwater prawn of Andaman: Descriptors of a Fish Genetic resources, NBFGR, Lucknow, UP, Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 79 (3): 339-342, March 2009
Best 3 Publications during last 3 years:
  1. S.N.SETHI, MOHADEV RAM KOKANE, SUBHENDU KUMAR OTTA, AND GUNESWAR SETHI 2015. First record of Ragged Sea Hare, Bursatella leachii Blainville, 1817 Opisthobranchia:Euopisthobranchia: Aplysiidae) in Pulicat lake, East Coast of India. Marine Biodiversity Records, Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom,Vol.8;e-34, Page:1-3, 2015.
  2. G.Solanki,P.K.Patil,J.G.Vanza,P.Patel, S.N.Sethi and C.Gopal. 2014. Sea lice,Caligus rotundigenitalis infestation and its management in pond cultured Pearlspot, Etroplus suratensis in Gujarat: a case study. Journal of Parasitic Diseases, DOI 10.1007/s12639-014-0539-y.
  3. Shoba Joe Kizhakudan, S.Raja, K.S.Gupta, E. Vivekanandan, Joe K. Kizhakudan, S.N. Sethi, and R.Geetha Correlation between changes in sea surface temperature and fish catch along Tamil Nadu coast of India-an indication of impact of climate change on fisheries. Indian J. Fish., 61(3): 111-115, 2014
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Present day Indian shrimp farming almost entirely depends on aquaculture of exotic white shrimp, Penaeus vannamei .
Sole dependence on a single species cast doubt about the sustainability of Indian shrimp farming.
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