Zamal, Hossain and Das, Uzzal Kanti and Barua, Prabal (2008) Human Resources Development for Sustainable Aquaculture in Bangladesh. Social Change, 1(2), pp. 11-33.
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The ennoblement of human resources has become a prime issue in the philosophy of sustainable aquaculture development in the new millennium.Being the planners, designers, conductors and philosophers of sustainable aquaculture, human beings always demand their further improvement at level best from their current positions to bring supreme success in the sector. As sustainable aquaculture is socio-economic –cum-environmental in concept, its operation and management requires constant interplay of various human knowledge for ensuring its smooth direction and for achieving its goal. So, the arrangement of different types and levels of training and education are the great need for the development of personnel involved in sustainable aquaculture route and also for growing awareness of environmental issues. The modus operandi of training and education has to be changed systematically to answer the calls of the needs of the new millennium. In the developing and developed countries where aquaculture plays a vital role in promoting production of aquatic organisms, alleviating of poverty, ensuring environmental compatibility, replenishing and improving the natural stocks, increasing socio-economic upliftment through integrated development approach, developing and managing the aquatic resources, maintaining gene banks and preserving the diversity of fish stocks, it has been already proved that Human resources development (HRD) is inevitable to bring sustainable aquaculture and plays a great role in the flourishment of the system . Different types and levels of training of personnel required for sustainable aquaculture in the new millennium are brought forward in the study. The importance of human resources development (HRD) through specialized training to the personnel is also depicted.
|Title:||Human Resources Development for Sustainable Aquaculture in Bangladesh|
|Journal or Publication Title:||Social Change|
|Page Range:||pp. 11-33|
|Funders:||Institute of Marine Sciences and Fisheries, University of Chittagong|
|Contact Email Address:||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Depositing User:||Mr. Prabal Barua|
|Date Deposited:||02 Dec 2010 18:42|
|Last Modified:||29 Sep 2011 16:10|
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