Welcome to PG & Research Department of Zoology,
“International Conference on Impact of Climate Change on Aquatic Life and Mitigation Measures for a Sustainable Blue Economy (ICCAMS 2022)” which will be held from November 23 to 25, 2022.
The aquatic ecosystem, be it marine or freshwater, is considered as a most critical component supporting life and livelihood world wide. Anthropogenic intervention and unsustainable practices have altered the function of the aquatic environment. Noticeable climatic changes like global warming, cyclones, increase in sea level, etc., are indications of impending disasters that will sound the death knell of many aquatic species. This biodiversity loss will eventually affect the livelihood and economic status of the stake holders. At this juncture, where drastic measures need to be taken in order to alleviate the situation, this conference seeks to garner ideas for mitigation and sustainable use of our existing resources.
|1||Last date for registration & abstract submission||1 November, 2022|
|2||Last date for poster & full paper submission||10 November, 2022|
|3||Conference dates||23 -25 November, 2022|
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About the College
Fatima Mata National College is a college in the Indian State of Kerala, named after Our Lady of Fatima, a Catholic title of Virgin Mary as seen in apparition at Fatima, Portugal in 1917. The college is currently ranked 92 in the All India Ranking by National Institutional Ranking Framework during 2022.
Fatima Mata National College has a story of success to relate. As one of the premier autonomous institutions in the state, it has made commendable headway by consistently contributing towards educational excellence, social equity, and generation and dissemination of knowledge. Fatima is geared towards the transformation of the society through value based education, human making and nation building. Ours is an education for life, not merely for living or livelihood.
PG AND RESEARCH DEPARTMENT OF ZOOLOGY
The Department of Zoology, incepted in 1952, was upgraded to a PG department specializing in Fishery Science in 1964. Recognized in 1988 as the second research centre under the University of Kerala and the first in the college, it has since produced 47 PhDs. The department has ongoing and several completed major and minor research projects. As part of its social commitment and contribution to the scientific community, the department has regularly organized national and international conferences on relevant topics pertaining to Fishery Science.More
Mrs. Nisha Thomas P
Chairman and Convenor
Sr. Dr. Rose Gregoria P J