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A Study on How People are Influenced to Start Fisheries Activities in Pakundia Upazila of Kishoreganj, Bangladesh

Mohammad Abdullah Al Imran2, Priyanka Rani Majumdar1, Bhakta Supratim Sarker1, Ripon Kumar Adhikary1, and Shuvagato Mondal1
1. Department of Fisheries and Marine Science, Noakhali Science and Technology University, Noakhali-3802, Bangladesh
2. Department of Fisheries Biology and Genetics, Bangladesh Agriculture University, Mymensingh-2202, Bangladesh
Abstract—The research work was conducted to get clear understanding about those factors or media which influenced the people to start fisheries activities. Data were collected through questionnaire survey. Different types of media (Radio, Television, Newspapers, Extension agents, NGOs and other private organizations) have been playing vital role to motivate people for involving in fisheries activities. However, which type of factor is effectively inspired them to be involved in fisheries activities is not clearly known. In order to get clear understandings about this, 18 villages Under 5 unions of Pakundia upazila in Kishoreganj were selected as the study area. The result showed that 92% of the studied people were involved in fish culture and 4% were involved in fish seed production or fish and fish seed marketing. 50% of studied people were inspired by following others and only 8% by the influence of the YDP. More people have been involved in fish culture and jolmohal leasing because these are comparatively easier and profitable than others. The result of this research conclude that than other existing media or factors more people were inspired in fisheries activities through inspired by others people who had already been involved in fisheries activities. 

Index Terms—fisheries activities, media, fish culture, jolmohal leasing, socioeconomic condition

Cite: Mohammad Abdullah Al Imran, Priyanka Rani Majumdar, Bhakta Supratim Sarker, Ripon Kumar Adhikary, and Shuvagato Mondal, "A Study on How People are Influenced to Start Fisheries Activities in Pakundia Upazila of Kishoreganj, Bangladesh," International Journal of Life Sciences Biotechnology and Pharma Research, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 240-249, January 2014.
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