Malkolak Institute Of Marine Studies (M-IMS),Goa.

MALKOLAK INSTITUTE OF MARINE STUDIES (M-IMS) at Goa takes up advanced research for developing Bio-medical products which have high industrial value. The Mission is to drive the fields of science, technology and management of aquatic natural resource through generation of excellent academic and research programs towards the development of the leaders of the world needs who ensure the sustainability of society and the nation.
The primary objective is to carry out basic and applied research integrating various disciplines related to marine research disciplines.
To develop as a platform for industry, academia, researchers, scientists to identify different research breakthroughs.
To develop novel bio-medical products from marine species which have high industrial value.
To promote and co-ordinate educational and research programmes and its application in Marine Science and Technology.
Conservation of Indian horseshoe crab, its ecosystem and their sustainable use.
Conservation of mangrove ecosystem in Andhra Pradesh (with a focus on Coringa) ecosystem.
Training on farming Indian green mussels on floating raft in Lake Chilka for the benefit of low income group of people of Orissa.
Training to low income group of people of Orissa for producing food products from Indian green mussels.
Training to low income group people of Orissa for producing food products from Indian green mussels.
Post graduate and Ph.D. programmes in core and emerging disciplines of the Marine Science and Technology and Maritime Studies.
Degree in Maritime (B.Sc.)
Post graduate diploma in product processing (flora and fauna), knowledge of conventional and modern gears, quality assurance and marketing
Capture and culture fisheries.
Products (fish & seaweed) processing and quality assurance.
Development of planning and management in Marine Science and Technology.
Conventional and modern fishing gears and aquaculture systems.
Coastal aquaculture (seaweed, pearl, mussel etc).
Income generation in-house aquaculture practices (live feed, hatcheries, ornamental fishes, aquaponics, biodiesel etc).
Positions at Malkolak Institute of Marine Studies (M-IMS), Goa
International Conference on Conservation of water bodies for sustainable utilization (24-25 March’ 2015) at Goa
Registration Form (Goa International Conference)

Dr. H. B. Singh, Director, Department of Science & Technology, Technology Bhavan, New Mehrauli Road, New Delhi.
Padmashree Dr. G. C. Mishra, Ex-Director, National Centre for Cell Sciences, Pune.
Dr. Kanury V. S. Rao, The International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB), New Delhi.
Mr. Chitta Behera, Project Swarajya, Cuttack (Orissa).
Mrs.Dolly Dash, Project Swarajya, Cuttack (Orissa).
Prof. Rajoo Balaji, Petronas (ALAM), Malaysia.
Dr.D.B.Sahoo, Department of Botany, University of Delhi, New Delhi.

Dr. Arun S. Ninawe, Advisor (Scientist ‘G’), Department of Biotechnology, 6-8th Floor, Block – 2, CGO Complex, New Delhi.

Prof. Srini Kaveri, the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (Inserm) Paris (France).
Dr.Huma Alam, Australia.
Green Oscar Winner, Mr. Mike Pandey, River Bank Studio.
The Malkolak Journal of Marine Studies is a peer-reviewed journal published thrice in a year by the Malkolak Institute of Marine Studies, Goa, India. The main aim of the journal is to bring large international community of marine scientists and fellows together and provide a forum for discussion and exchange of their knowledge for developing effective programmes to utilize vast resources of ocean for the benefit of the society.
Editor-in-Chief : Mr. Shekhar Shukla
 Guest Editor  : Mr. Shekhar Shukla
Editorial Board International
DR. DAVID R. SMITH, Aquatic Ecology Branch, Leetown Science Center, USGS – Leetown Science Center, Aquatic Ecology Lab, Kearneysville, USA.
PROF. TARIQ M. HAQQI, Department of Medicine/Rheumatology Metro Health Medical Center, Cleveland, USA.
PROF. CSABA SZEKELY, Fish Pathology and Parasitological Research Team Veterinary Medical Research Institute, Hungária krt, Budapest, HUNGARY.
DR. BEHARA SATYANARAYANA, Dept. of Organism Biology, Brussels, BELGIUM.
PROF DR OMAR BIN YAAKOB, Department of Marine Technology, University Teknologi MALAYSIA.
PROF MOHD EFFENDY ABD WAHID, Director, Institute of Marine Biotechnology, University Malaysia Terengganu, MALAYSIA.
PROF. MOHD. LOKMAN BIN HUSAIN, Director, Institute of Oceanography, University Malaysia Terengganu, MALAYSIA.
DR. ANNIE CHRISTIANUS, Department of Aquaculture, Faculty of Agriculture, University Putra Malaysia, MALAYSIA.
DR. ANIL KUMAR ANAL, Dean, Food Engineering and Bioprocess Technology, School of Environment, Resources and Development, THAILAND.
PROF. SURIYAN TUNKIJJANUKIJ, Dean, Faculty of Fisheries, Kasetsart University, Bangkok THAILAND.
PROF DR. MD. ABDUL WAHAB, Faculty of Fisheries, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, BANGLADESH.
PROF. NGUYEN PHUONG THANH, Dean, College of Aquaculture and Fisheries, Can Tho University, Vietnam Can Tho city, VIETNAM.
PROF. PAUL SHIN, Department of Biology and Chemistry, City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon, HONG KONG.
PROF. R. C PANIGRAHY, Professor in Department of Marine Science, Berhampur University. Orissa. INDIA.
DR. CHANDRASHEKHER.U.RIVONKER, Department of Marine Sciences, Goa University, Goa. INDIA.
DR. RAJEEV RAGHAVAN, Director, Conservation Research Group (CRG), Department of Fisheries, St. Albert’s College, Kochi, Kerala, INDIA.
DR. P. S. PARAMESWARAN, Scientist-in-Charge, NIO Regional Centre, National Institute of Oceanography, Salim Ali Road, Cochin. INDIA.