John Lings V
Assistant Professor, Ponjesly College of Education, Nagercoil, Kanyakumari District, Tamil Nadu, India.
Maria Lourdhammal Simon, a woman of honour and respect. Her achievements in the Tamilnadu State on her respective department Fisheries are noticeable. Being a sincere minister, her vision was high and tremendous. One of her departments Fisheries had a well-equipped system of process which led for the greatest progress. To enhance the systems in to successful, numerous biological, technological stations had formed and researches had carried out. Research on various problems connected with the conservation, management, development, exploitation and utilization of the marine and inland fisheries resources were continued at these Biological and Technological Stations at Tuticorin, Krusadai Island, Cape Comorin, Ennore, Bhavanisagar and Adyar. Through these Biological and Technological stations, Lourdhammal Simon had formed a strong foundation for the development of fisheries in the state of Tamilnadu. This paper focuses on some Biological Stations which were developed during Lourdhammal Simon’s tenure.
lourdhammal simon, fisheries department, biological stations, conservation, management, development, exploitation, utilization
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John Lings, V. (2019). Inland Fisheries and its impacts during Lourdhammal Simon’s period 1957-62. Sparkling International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Studies, 2(1), 27-39.