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Shri.Sanal Ebeneezar

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Focus of Research:
  • Broodstock Nutrition
  • Fin fish and Shell fish physiology

Completed Masters in Fish Physiology and Biochemistry (MFSc.) from the Division of Fish Nutrition, Biochemistry and Physiology [FNBP] at ICAR-CIFE, Mumbai during August, 2013. Qualified ARS- 2013 in the discipline of Fish Nutrition and was appointed as Scientist in January, 2015, posted at ICAR-CMFRI, Kochi in April, 2015, in the Division of Marine Biotechnology.

  • PhD [pursuing since 2013]
  • 2013 Central Institute of Fisheries Education, Mumbai
  • 2011 College of Fisheries, Panangad, Kerala Agricultural University
Current Research Projects
Awards & Recognitions:
  • Hiralal Chaudhuri Gold Medal for securing the First position in the MFSc. Programme(2011-13’) of Fish Physiology and Biochemistry
  • Selected for DST-INSPIRE JRF fellowship (2014) for pursuing PhD
  • First Rank in the All India Competitive Examination, conducted by ICAR-CIFE, Mumbai (Deemed University) for admission to PhD programme for the Academic Session 2013-16’
  • Kerala Agricultural University merit scholarship for academic excellence during UG Programme (2006-10’)

Best 5 Publications:

Sanal Ebeneezar, Tincy Varghese and Dani Thomas (2014).  Role of exogenous enzymes in formulated aqua feeds. Aqua Star Magazine. (7) pp 43-45.

Sanal Ebeneezar (2014). Surrogate Broodstock Technology: Applications and Prospects in fisheries/Aquaculture. Aqua International (5) pp 70-72.

Sanal Ebeneezar and Jose Antony., (2014). Seaweed- An Alternative Aquafeed Ingredient. Aqua Star Magazine. (7)pp 59-62.

Tincy Varghese, Sanal Ebeneezar, Sreekanth G. B. and Mishal P. (2014). Into the pigmentation of fish: A physiological perspective. International Journal of Science and Research. Vol. 3, Issue. 12.

K. Pal and Sanal Ebeneezar. (2014). Climate change challenges for food security: Strategic approach for sustainable aquaculture. In proceeding of: National Seminar on Impact on Climate Change on Aquaculture and Mitigation Options for Food Security, At International Centre for Ecological Engineering, University of Kalyani, Volume: 1.

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