Welcome & Introduce

Dr. Partha Bandyopadhyay!

Dr. Partha awarded his Ph. D. on Aquaculture Probiotics. He is the Alumni and also completed Executive Management Programme on Strategic Business Growth from Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta. Now he is working as a Chief Operating Officer (COO) of FINRAY BIOTECH INC. India.

Working on three segments – Research and Development, Scientific Services and collaboration Technology Group – supports to the entire Business Developments, by developing new products and processes to create competitive advantage, better environmental performance and enhanced sustainability.

R&D's core strategy is based on integrated discovery, stage gated approach to development, core problem area expertise. The R&D organization has four essential elements in its strategy: Empower, Business, Talent and Culture.

  • Business effectiveness improvement and Marketing consultancy
  • Staffing, Scientific trials and training
  • Online marketing platform- digital media, blog, magazine, journal
  • Assisting in strategic tie up for product/ business

Dr. Partha   Bandyopadhyay has significantly contributed in the field of Aquatic Microbial Environment and Fish Biotechnology. He has worked on fish nutritional biotechnology, fish microbial immunology, fish biotechnology, DNA fingerprinting of fishes related to environment, bacterial diversity and identification, 16S rRNA sequencing of bacteria, fish parasitology, riverine ecology and their effects on fisheries and women participation in fisheries. He did his research on probiotics, which is the major booming area in environmental research for future generation. Two of his research students are doing Ph.D. under his guidance supervision on environmental Probiotics. Dr. Bandyopadhyay formulated a pH kit (INSTA pH) for water pH analysis which helps the shrimp and fish farmers for sustainable aquaculture. In 2009 Dr. Bandyopadhyay formulated a new mineral molecule which is now No 1 brand in India, Vietnam and very popular in Thailand and Sri Lanka. It is now becoming 10000 MT + brand and make him more popular. He also has 4 Patents in his name on Aquaculture Healthcare Molecules.

Dr. Bandyopadhyay worked as a Marketing Trainee in a Fish Feed Company, Quality Control Technologist in a Fish Processing Industry, Scientist In-charge in an R & D and also as a Senior Research Fellow in Vidyasagar University. He has published 2 Books, more than 40 research papers in reputed National and International Journals, 30 popular research articles, 10 chapters in books and 53 abstracts in different National and International Seminars. He also attended 18 training programme on fisheries research and covered 38 National and International Seminars. Dr. Bandyopadhyay was awarded Junior Scientist of year 2003 from National Environmental Science Academy, New Delhi, Honorary Fellow (F. S. Sc) from Society for Sciences, Dumka, India in the year 2004, Honorary Fellow (F. S. L. Sc.) from Society of Life Sciences, Satna, Environmentalist of the year 2004 from National Environmental Science Academy, New Delhi and Fellow (FIBR) from International Benevolent Research Forum, Nagpur – 440 010, India in the year 2005. He also awarded Scientist of year 2008 from National Environmental Science Academy, New Delhi, India. Due to his quality performance Biostadt India has given him Significant Performance Award 2008 – 09, Outstanding Performance Award 2010 – 11 and Chairman Appreciation Award 2013 – 14.Dr. Partha also awarded “Best Aquaculture Scientist Award 2015” from Aqua International, NRS Publication and “Outstanding Biostadian in 2016” for Outstanding marketing Contribution in Aqua Healthcare Business and overall corporate Performance in Biostadt India Limited. For different Business development trip, Aquaculture Healthcare Product marketing, conferences, forums and workshops, Dr. Partha visited 38 different countries comprising Asia, Africa, Europe and South America.

What I do?

HONOURS & AWARDS

2003

Junior Scientist of year 2003

from National Environmental Science Academy, New Delhi, India for my contribution in Fisheries and Aquaculture.

Honorary Fellow (FSSc),

from Society for Sciences, Dumka – 814 101, India.

Honorary Fellow (FSLSc)

from Society of Life Sciences, Satna – 485 001, India.

2004

Environmentalist of the year 2004

from National Environmental Science Academy, New Delhi, India for my contribution in Environmental Biotechnology.

2005

Asian/American Who’s Who - 2005

from Rifacimento International, New Delhi – 110002, India.

Fellow of International Benevolent Research (FIBR)

from International Benevolent Research Forum, Nagpur – 440 010, India.

Scientist of year 2005

from National Environmental Science Academy, New Delhi, India for my contribution in Aquaculture Biotechnology.

2008

Scientist of year 2008

from National Environmental Science Academy, New Delhi, India for my contribution in Aquaculture Microbial Technology.

Significant Performance Award 2008 - 09

for the Contribution of Aqua Business for Biostadt India Limited, Mumbai, India

2010

Outstanding Performance Award 2010 – 11

for the Contribution of Aqua Business for Biostadt India Limited, Mumbai, India.

2013

Chairman Appreciation Award 2013 – 14

for the Contribution of Aqua Business for Biostadt India Limited, Mumbai, India.

2015

Best Aquaculture Scientist Award 2015

from Aqua International, India for the Contribution of Aqua by developing new molecules for India and Abroad.

Outstanding Biostadian Award 2015 – 16

for the Contribution of Corporate Business Goal, Team Building, Management and Leadership for Biostadt India Limited, Mumbai, India

2016

Best Marketing Man in Aquaculture - 2016

from Aqua International, India for the Contribution and development of Aquaculture Health care market locally and Globally

My Work

PATENTS

1. A novel composition for supplying oxygen in water and the process of preparing the same.

2. Consortium of minerals (micro & macro) for sustainable aquaculture

3. A deodorizer composition and the process of preparing the same

My Work

Glimps of Memory

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Publications

National and International Journals

  1. Partha Bandyopadhyay and Bidhan C. Patra, 2001. Anthropogenic activities: Loss of ichthyofaunal diversity in India. V.U. J. of Bio. Sci. 7: 38 – 44.
  2. Partha Bandyopadhyay, Arup Tewary and Bidhan C. Patra, 2002.Role of anthropogenic activity for the declining of catch of hilsa (Tenualosa ilisha) in the river Hooghly. Bulletin on Environmental Science . Vol. XIX: 23 – 29.
  3. Sanjoy Kumar Banerjee, Bidhan C. Patra, Partha Bandyopadhyay and Arup Tewary, 2002. Changes of the blood parameters in an Indian major carps, Catla catla (Ham.) due to Myxozoan parasites infection. J. of Aquatic Biol.,17 (1) : 79 – 84.
  4. Kartik Maiti, Partha Bandyopadhyay and Bidhan C. Patra, 2002. Studies on the seasonal pattern on flora and fauna of two freshwater ponds in Paramanandapur under Moyna Block, East Midnapore, West Bengal. J. of Nature Conservation. 14 (2): 335 – 341.
  5. Biplab Sarkar, Partha Bandyopadhyay, S. Adhikari, S. Ayyappan and Bidhan C. Patra, 2002. Some aspects of pesticidal contamination in freshwater fishes and their remedial measures. V. U. J. Bio. Sci. 8: 51 – 65.
  6. Partha Bandyopadhyay, B. K. Das, S. K. Swain and Bidhan C. Patra, 2003. Pathobiology of Aeromonas hydrophila infection in Gold fish (Carassius auratus Linn). Aquacult 4 (1) : 129 – 134.
  7. Partha Bandyopadhyay, Arup Tewary, Biplab Sarkar and Bidhan C. Patra, 2003. RAPD amplification is useful for the determination of polymorphism in the population of Carassius auratus (Lin). J. of Aquatic Bio. 18 (2): 199 – 203.
  8. Partha Bandyopadhyay, and Bidhan C. Patra, 2003. Diversity of Ornamental fishes in India: prospects and potentialities for foreign exchange. Indian J. of Bio. Sci., 9: 46 – 53.
  9. Partha Bandyopadhyay, Biplab Sarkar, Arup Tewary and Bidhan C. Patra, 2003. Use of Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA (RAPD) for detection of some genetic changes in Labeo rohita (Ham.) of Midnapore, India. J.Current Science, India. 3 (2): 285 – 288.
  10. Kartik Maiti, A. K. Dolai, S. K. Banerjee, B. Mandal, Partha Bandyopadhyay, A. Tewary, S. Patra, S. Giri and Bidhan C. Patra, 2004. Comparative study of growth, production and survivility of Catla catla (Ham.) through Nitrifying and Denitrifying bacterial suspension. Aquacult. 5 (1): 17 – 28.
  11. Partha Bandyopadhyay, Pradeep K. Das Mohapatra, Bidhan C. Patra, 2004. Aeromonas hydrophila infection in cultured Indian major carps in Midnapore, India. J. Sci and Tech. Vol. XVI (A): 01 – 06.
  12. Kartik Maiti, Partha Bandyopadhyay, R. Hazra, Aditya K. Dolai , S. Patra, S. Banerjee, and Bidhan C. Patra, 2004. Study of growth and production of Indian major carp Cirrhinus mrigala (Ham.) with Organic manure, Nytrifying and Denitrifying bacterial population applied in experimental ponds. J. Nat. Con. 16 (1): 183 –198.
  13. Biplab K. Nandi, A. Tewary, Partha Bandyopadhyay, S. Patra and Bidhan C. Patra, 2004 Effect on Baker’s yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) on growth, nutritional quality and immune response in fingerlings of Labeo rohita (Ham.). Bull. Bio. Sci. 1: 9 – 21.
  14. Sanjoy Kumar Banerjee, Partha Bandyopadhyay, Arup Tewary and Bidhan C. Patra, 2004. Therapeutic control of myxozoan parasites in an Indian major carp Catla catla (Ham.) by using some chemical and herbal materials. Aquacult. (Accepted in Vol. 5 No. 1).
  15. Partha Bandyopadhyay, S. K. Swain, and S. Mishra, 2005. Growth and dietary utilisation in goldfish (Carassius auratus Linn.) fed diets formulated with various local agro-produces. Bioresources Technology 96: 731 – 740.
  16. Partha Bandyopadhyay, Pradeep K. Das Mohapatra, Biplab K. Nandi and Bidhan C. Patra, 2004. Role of probiotics in aquaculture. Indian J. of Bio. Sci 10: 76 – 80. 17. Pradeep K. Das Mohapatra, Keshav C. Mondal, Partha Bandyopadhyay and Bikas R. Pati, 2005. Optimization of gallic acid production from tannic acid by Bacillus licheniformis KBR6. J. Curr Sci 7 ( 2): 463 – 468.
  17. Partha Bandyopadhyay and Bidhan C. Patra, 2005.Molecular identification of two potential probiotic bacteria Bacillus circulans PB 7 and Bacillus sp. PP 9 and three fish pathogenic Aeromonas hydrophila AH1, AH2 and AH3 in the Indian major carps. The Ekologia 3 (2): 107 – 116.
  18. Partha Bandyopadhyay and Arvind Kumar, 2006. Improvement of nutritional indices and immunity of Indian major carps through probiotics feed supplement. Indian J. Environ. & Ecoplan. 12 (3): 1 – 8.
  19. Partha Bandyopadhyay, Pradeep K. Das Mohapatra and Bidhan C. Patra, 2006 Intestinal microflora of farm raised Indian major carps Catla catla (Ham.), Labeo rohita (Ham.) and Cirrhinus mrigala (Ham.). J. Mycopathol. Res. 44 (1): 61 – 66.
  20. Partha Bandyopadhyay and Arvind Kumar, 2006. Effect of formalin toxicity on the major disease causing fish bacterial pathogen Aeromonas hydrophila. J. Curr. Sci 9 (1): 85 – 88.
  21. Partha Bandyopadhyay. 2006. Scanning Electron microscopy of several potential probiotic bacteria. Aqua Culture Asia Pacific 2 (6): 26 – 27.
  22. Partha Bandyopadhyay, Pradeep K. Das Mohapatra and Bidhan C. Patra, 2006. The use of probiotic feed supplement in Indian major carps when challenged with Aeromonas hydrophila. Aqua International 14(8): 17 - 26.
  23. Partha Bandyopadhyay and Pradeep K. Das Mohapatra, 2009. Effect of a probiotic bacterium Bacillus circulans PB7 in the formulated diets: on growth, nutritional quality and immunity of Catla catla (Ham.). Fish Physiol Biochem 35: 467 - 478
  24. Partha Bandyopadhyay. 2008. Intestinal absorption and incorporation of protein in a carp and catfish. Aquaculture Asia Pacific 4(6): 21 - 22.
  25. Prasenjit Barman, Amrita Banerjee, Partha Bandyopadhyay, Keshab Chandra Mondal, Pradeep Kumar Das Mohapatra, 2011. Isolation, identification and molecular characterization of potentialprobiotic bacterium, Bacillus subtilis PPP 13 from Penaeus monodon. Biotechnol. Bioinf. Bioeng. 1(4):473-482.
  26. Biplab Sarkar, A. Mohanty, A. Saha, A. Pal, Partha Bandyopadhyay, S. K. Sarkar and S Adhikari, 2014. Impact of Cypermethrin and Carbofuran on the Ovarian Cycle of the Indian Major Carp, Lebeo rohita (Hamilton). Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 84 (4) : 989 – 996.
  27. Partha Bandyopadhyay, Mishra, S., Sarkar, B., Swain, S. K., Pal, A., Tripathy, P. P. and Ojha, S. K. 2015. Dietary Saccharomyces cerevisiae Boosts Growth and Immunity of IMC Labeo rohita (Ham.) Juveniles. Indian J Microbiol. 55(1):81– 87
  28. Prasenjit Barman, Partha Bandyopadhyay, Keshab Chandra Mondal, Pradeep Kumar Das Mohapatra, 2015. Improved cultivation of Black Tiger Shrimp by the application of microorganisms and novel biomolecules. Asian J. Sci and Tech. 6 (7): 1624 – 1630
  29. Partha Bandyopadhyay, Biplab Sarkar, Arabinda Mahanty, Raja M. Rathore and Bidhan Chandra Patra1. 2015 Dietary administered Bacillus sp PP9 enhances growth, nutrition and immunity in Cirrhinus mrigala (Hamilton). Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 85(3): 759–766
  30. Prasenjit Barman, Partha Bandyopadhyay, Keshab Chandra Mondal, Pradeep Kumar Das Mohapatra, 2015. Water quality improvement of Penaeus monodon culture pond for higher productivity through bioremediation. Acta Biologica Szegediensis. 59(2):169-177
  31. Sudip Kumar Sen, Madan Mohan Das, Partha Bandyopadhyay, R.R. Dash and Sangeeta Raut. 2016. Green process using hot spring bacterium to concentrate alumina in coal fly ash. Ecological Engineering 88: 10–19
  32. Sudip Kumar Sen, Arijit Jana, Partha Bandyopadhyay, Pradeep Kumar Das Mohapatra and Sangeeta Raut. 2016. Thermostable amylase production from hot spring isolate Exiguobacterium sp: A promising agent for natural detergents. Sustainable Chemistry and Pharmacy. 3: 59–68
  33. Sudip Kumar Sen, Smita Raut, Partha Bandyopadhyay and Sangeeta Raut. 2016. Fungal decolouration and degradation of azo dyes: A review. Fungal Biology Reviews. 30 : 112 – 133.
  34. Prasenjit Barman, Amit Kati, Amit Kumar Mondal, Partha Bandyopadhyay and Pradeep Kumar Das Mohapatra, 2017. Biopotentiality of Bacillus cereus PB45 for nitrogenous waste detoxification in ex situ model. Aquacult Int. 25: 1167 – 1183.
  35. Prasenjit Barman, Sangeeta Raut, Sudip Kumar Sen, Umar Shaikh, Partha Bandyopadhyay, Pradeep Kumar Das Mohapatra, 2017. Effect of a three-component bacterial consortium in white shrimp farming for growth, survival and water quality management. Acta Biologica Szegediensis. 61(1):35 – 44
  36. Prasenjit Barman, Partha Bandyopadhyay, Ahmet Kati, Tanmay Paul, Amit Kumar Mandal, Keshab Chandra Mondal and Pradeep Kumar Das Mohapatra, 2018. Characterization and Strain Improvement of Aerobic Denitrifying EPS Producing Bacterium Bacillus cereus PB88 for Shrimp Water Quality Management. Waste Biomass Valor. 9:1319–1330
  37. Prasenjit Barman, Pradeep Kumar Das Mohapatra, and Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2020. Application of Nitrifying and Denitrifying Bacterial Consortium for Nitrogenous Waste Removal from Shrimp Culture Pond for Sustainable Cultivation. J. Hazard. Toxic Radioact. Waste, 24(4): 04020041 Books
     

Books

  1. Patra, B. C. and Bandyopadhyay, P., 2006. Ornamental Fishes. Vidyasagar University, India, pp 146.
  2. Patra, B. C., Chand, B. K., Maity, J. and Bandyopadhyay, P., 2006. Rangeen Macher Chas. Vidyasagar University, India, pp 26.
  3. Kumar, Arvind and Bandyopadhyay, P., 2015. Aquaculture and Fisheries. Daya Publication House, New Delhi, India (In Press).

Chapter in Books

  1. Bidhan C. Patra and Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2002. Probiotics can assure nutritional security in aquaculture: An overview. In. Ecology and Ethology of Aquatic Biota Vol. II (Ed. A. Kumar) Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, India. pp 220 – 225.
  2. Bidhan C. Patra and Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2003. Disease in aquafarming can challenge through probiotics: a new era. In. Environment and its Challenges. (Ed. A. Kumar), Ashish Publishing House, New Delhi, India. Chapter 8 pp 99 – 109.
  3. Biplab Sarkar, S. Adhikari, Partha Bandyopadhyay, Bidhan C. Patra, and S. Ayyappan, 2004. Pesticide and fish: a workhouse for the detection, evaluation and abatement of water pollution. In. Assessment & Management of Water Pollution (Ed. A. Kumar), Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, India. pp 196 – 216.
  4. Partha Bandyopadhyay, Arup Tewary and Bidhan C. Patra, 2004 Role of microbes in bioremediation: a review. In. “Environmental Contamination & Bioreclamation” (Ed. A. Kumar), Ashish Publishing House, New Delhi, India. pp 31 – 51.
  5. Partha Bandyopadhyay, Arup Tewary, Aditya K. Dolai and Bidhan C. Patra, 2005. The use of probiotic feed supplement in Indian major carps when challenged with Aeromonas hydrophila. In. “Fish Biology” (Ed. A. Kumar), Ashish Publishing House, New Delhi, India. pp 7 – 19.
  6. Partha Bandyopadhyay and Bidhan C. Patra. 2006, Live bearing ornamental fish breeding can improve the livelihood of poor rural people in India: a new approach for rural socio- economic development. In. Prespective of Rural Development Problems and Prospects (Eds. R. K. Das, A Basu and A Guha), The Indian Anthropological Society, Kolkata, India. pp 179 – 187.
  7. Arvind Kumar and Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2006. Strategies for assessment of formaldehyde toxicity on Aeromonas hydrophila, planktons and degradation of bio-components. In. “Environmental Science and Technology in India” (Ed. A. Kumar), Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, India. (Accepted).
  8. Arvind Kumar and Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2008. ‘Jhora’ fed carp culture technology in the foothills of the Himalayan Darjeeling, India. In. “Environmental Science and Technology in India” (Ed. A. Kumar), Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, India. (Accepted).
  9. 9. Arvind Kumar and Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2008. Informatics on Aeromonas hydrophila and motile aeromonad septicemias of fish. In. “Envoinformatics” (Ed. A. Kumar), Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, India. (Accepted).


Proceedings

  1. Bidhan C. Patra, Partha Bandyopadhyay, A. Kar and S. K. Sarkar, 2002. Women in aquaculture in the hilly region of Darjeeling in West Bengal. In. Proceedings of International Conference on “Women and Fisheries”, 11 – 12 December 2001, CIFE, Mumbai, India. pp 89 – 91.
  2. Partha Bandyopadhyay, Joydev Maity, Arup Tewary and Bidhan C. Patra, 2003. Urgent need to conserve the Indian Shad, Hilsa (Tanualosa ilisha) in the river Hooghly of West Bengal. In. Proceedings National Seminar on “Relevance of Biosphere Reserve, National Parks & Sanctuaries (Protected Habitats) in Present Context” 8: 119 - 127.
  3. Arup Tewary, Partha Bandyopadhyay, Utpal K. Sar and Bidhan C. Patra, 2003. Diversity of marine finfish resources in the midnapore coast of west Bengal. In: Proceedings of National Seminar on “Marine Biodiversity as a Source of Food and Medicine” SDMRI Research Publication No 3: 142 – 148.
  4. Partha Bandyopadhyay, Arup Tewary, Bidhan C. Patra and Sanjoy Kumar Banerjee, 2003. In- plant quality control can solve problem in seafood industry. In: Proceedings of National Seminar on “Marine Biodiversity as a Source of Food and Medicine” SDMRI Research Publication No 3: 43 – 47.
  5. Partha Bandyopadhyay, Subrata Giri, and Bidhan C. Patra, 2003. Bioaugmentation and the use of probiotics are the significant management tools for the seafood security in the coming years. In: Proceedings of National Seminar on “Marine Biodiversity as a Source of Food and Medicine” SDMRI Research Publication No 3: 55 – 63.
  6. Partha Bandyopadhyay and Bidhan C. Patra, 2004. Prospects of aquacultural probiotics in 21 st century. In: Proceedings of State level UGC Sponsored Seminar “Impact of Civilization on Environment”Jhargram Raj College, Jhargram, India. pp 118 - 121.

Popular Articles

  1. S. K. Swain & Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2002. Commercial live bearing ornamental fish breeding-A Beginners Delight. Fishing Chimes. 22(3): 56 – 60.
  2. Partha Bandyopadhyay, Bidhan C. Patra, 2002. Problems of fish marketing in India. Hydrosphere, 7(1): 100 – 102.
  3. Bidhan C. Patra, Partha Bandyopadhyay, Arup Tewary, A. Kar and S. K. Sarkar, 2002. Participation of rural women in aquaculture: a new direction towards empowerment and socio-economic upliftment in Himalayan Darjeeling of West Bengal. Fishing Chimes, 22(9): 51- 53.
  4. Biplab Sarkar, Partha Bandyopadhyay, Aditya Kumar Dolai and Bidhan C. Patra, 2003. Impact of sex pheromones of fish on its reproductive physiology. Fishing Chimes, 23(9): 15 -17.
  5. Partha Bandyopadhyay and Bidhan C. Patra, 2004. Probiotics for sustainable aquaculture and its utilization trial. In. Course Manual of the Summer school on Development of Sustainable Aquaculture Technology For Fresh and Saline Waters, Department of Zoology, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, pp 61 – 66.
  6. Partha Bandyopadhyay. 2005. Application of molecular biological methods for studying probiotics and the gut flora. In. Galapagos. Souvenir of Second reunion celebration of Department of Zoology (Ed. P. Bandyopadhyay), Vidyasagar University, India. pp 17.
  7. Partha Bandyopadhyay. 2005. You’ve found a research project! : identify bands on protein gels. In. Souvenir In. Research In higher Education, VURSA, pp 13 – 15
  8. Partha Bandyopadhyay and Srigobindo Ghorai 2005. Role of immunostimulant in Aquaculture. Aqua International 13(8): 21 – 25.
  9. Partha Bandyopadhyay and Bidhan C. Patra. 2006. Transgenic ornamental fishes. In. Living Jewels, Souvenir of the National workshop on Ornamental Fish Breeding, Rearing, Management and Stock Assessment of Aquatic Resources, Vidyasagar University, India pp 7 - 11.
  10. Partha Bandyopadhyay and Srigobindo Ghorai 2006. Transgenic fish: Possibilities and threats. Communicated to Fishing Chimes 26(8): 25 – 28.
  11. Partha Bandyopadhyay and Sanjeev Bhambi 2008. Yucca: The “Lord’s Candle” for sustainable aquaculture. Aqua International 15(10): 21.
  12. Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2008. Crabs of coastal waters of West Bengal: Their occurrence and seasonal abundance. Fishing Chimes 28(4): 11 – 13.
  13. Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2008. Principle and action mechanism of probiotics for sustainable aquaculture. Aqua International 16(5): 20 - 22.
  14. Partha Bandyopadhyay and Sanjeev Bhambi. 2009. Diseases in Scampi farming in India. Aquaculture Asia Pacific 5(2): 44 - 45.
  15. Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2012. Vennamei culture in the Asian context and its success in India. 1 st International Exhibition and Seminar on Dairy, Aquaculture and Pet Animal. 194 – 203.
  16. Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2013. Pangasius and Tilapia Farming in Bangladesh. Fishing Chimes 33(4): 38 – 39.
  17. Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2013. Status, Issues and Concerns of Shrimp Hatcheries in Philippines.  Fishing Chimes 33(5): 19 – 20, 38.
  18. Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2013. Use of Yucca schidigera extract in modern aquaculture for natural and sustainable production. Fishing Chimes 33(7): 14 – 16.
  19. Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2013. Recent status and statistics of fisheries and aquaculture in Myanmar. Fishing Chimes 33(8): 28 – 31.
  20. Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2013. Ecuador’s shrimp in Ecuador’s way. Fishing Chimes 33(9): 8 – 9.
  21. Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2014. Vietnam Shrimp farming sees robust growth in 2014. Fishing Chimes 33(10): 16 – 17.
  22. Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2014. Recent status of Vannamei farming in India: Its opportunities and challenges. 2 nd International Exhibition and Seminar on Dairy, Aqua and Pet Animals. 207 – 208.
  23. Partha Bandyopadhyay, Sujit K. Das and B. Sen, 2014, Tilapia Culture is frequently affected by diseases due pollution of pond water and soil in Bangladesh. Aqua International 22(6): 43 - 45.
  24. Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2014. SnapShot of Mexican and Columbian shrimp farming. Fishing Chimes 33(12): 12 – 13.
  25. Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2014. Inland Freshwater Aquaculture scenario in Myanmar. Fishing Chimes 34(2-3): 20 – 21.
  26. Cung, N. T. N. and Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2014. VINHTHINH BIOSTADT in Vietnam- Collaborating with farmers to deliver profits. Fishing Chimes 34(2-3): 14 – 15.
  27. Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2014. A Snapshot of Scampi Farming in Vietnam. Fishing Chimes 34(4): 16 – 17.
  28. Prasenjit Barman, Pradeep K. Das Mohapatra and Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2015. Commercialisation process of probiotics bacteria for aquaculture systems. Aquaculture Asia Pacific 11(1): 42 - 44.
  29. Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2015. Deodorisers and disinfectants for better Aquaculture Practices. Fishing Chimes 35(1 & 2): 26 – 27.
  30. Sudip Kumar Sen, Biplab Sarkar and Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2015. Argulus and its control in aquaculture: A pesticides and nanoparticles based approach. Fishing Chimes 35(3): 55 – 59.
  31. Sudip Kumar Sen, Biplab Sarkar and Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2015. Probiotics: An essential tool for outdoor Ornamental Fish Culture. Fishing Chimes 35(8): 20 – 24.
  32. Prasenjit Barman and Partha Bandyopadhyay, 2020. Bioremediation and beneficial microbes in aquaculture. Aquaculture Spectrum 3(10): 21 – 28.
Knowledge

Trained in Different Perspective


  1. Advances in Fish Disease Diagnostics, sponsored by Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) and organised by Central Institute of Fisheries Education (CIFE), Mumbai – 400 061, India from 25th February to 17th March 2003
  2. Development of Sustainable Aquaculture Technology For Fresh and Saline Waters, sponsored by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) and organised by the Department of Zoology, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar – 125 001, India from 14th June to 4th July 2004
  3. Shrimp Seed Quality Assessment and PCR Diagnosis/Screening of Different Stages of Shrimp for Viruses, sponsored by Latika Sea Food Pvt. Ltd., Contai, West Bengal and Padlab Biotec, Chennai, Tamilnadu and organised by Padlab Biotec, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India from 15 th March to 22 nd March 2006.
  4. Export-Import Training Programme, sponsored by Biostadt India Limited, Mumbai, India and organized by Maharashtra Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture, Mumbai, India from 14 th December to 18 th December 2009.
  5. Intensive Farming Techniques of P. Vannamei sponsored by Biostadt India Limited, Mumbai, India organized by Vannamei 101 organization, Phuket, Thailand during 4th - 10th September 2009 in Thailand
  6. Certificate Course in International Trade Management Programme, sponsored by FINRAY BIOTECH INC, KOLKATA and Organized by Federation of Indian Export Organization, Ministry of Finance, Government of India, during 29 th July to 3 rd September 2019.




Speaker in International conferences


  1. International Conference on “Women in Fisheries” organised by Indian Society of Fisheries Professional, CIFE, Mumbai, India
  2. International Conference on “Fish for all: National Launch” organised by Govt. of West Bengal; ICLARM (World Fish Centre), Malaysia and MSSRF, Kolkata, India
  3. 7th Asian Fisheries Forum organised by University Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia from 30th November – 4th December 2004
  4. 2nd International Symposium on Cage Aquaculture in Asia (CAA2) in Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China during July 3 - 8, 2006.
  5. 8th Asian Fisheries Forum organised by CMFRI, Kochi, India from 20th - 23th November 2007. 
  6. 1st International Congress on Aquatic Animal Health Management and Diseases " organized by Veterinary council and Fisheries Department, Government of Iran, during January 27-28, 2009, Tehran, Iran.
  7. Asian Aquaculture Network Exhibition & Workshop organized by Asian Aquaculture Network, Thailand, during September 3-5, 2010, Vijayawada, India.
  8. VIV Asian Aquaculture Workshop organized by VIV ASIA, Thailand, during March 9-11, 2011, Bangkok, Thailand.
  9. 9th National Shrimp Congress, Philippines organized by PSA, Philippines during 2- 4th July, Bacolod, Philippines.
  10. 5th World Congress of Aquaculture and Fisheries – 2016 during 4 - 6th November 2016 at Qingdao, China.
Knowledge

Research and Services

We are working on three segments – Research and Development, Scientific Services and collaboration Technology Group – supports to the entire Business Developments, by developing new products and processes to create competitive advantage, better environmental performance and enhanced sustainability.

R&D's core strategy is based on integrated discovery, stage gated approach to development, core problem area expertise. The R&D organization has four essential elements in its strategy: Empower, Business, Talent and Culture.

  1. Business effectiveness improvement and Marketing consultancy
    • Portfolio management for entire current range
    • Strategies for Marketing, planning and product positioning
    • Assisting Marketing schemes, pricing for Global Aqua Market
    • Consultation of marketing and sales of Global International Aqua business
    • Assistance and communication management with overseas clients as well as with technical suppliers
    • Technical inspection of all third-party suppliers and Scientific Analysis of Products
    • Branding Management of Key Products in the portfolio
    • Resourcing new molecules and new product development
  2. Staffing, Scientific trials and training
    • In-house training, trade channel training, farmer level training
    • Technical presentation for overseas customers & in technical forums
    • Technical documentation for registration, data generation and scientific trial.
    • Trial design of new product development and report generation.
    • Development of dossiers of products for product registration and consultancy for registration in different countries.
    • Product positioning and efficacy check-up
  3. Online marketing platform- digital media, blog, magazine, journal
    • Implementation of CRM and customer awareness programme management
    • Development of different formats for Review process, sales forecasting and planning.
    • Development of Scientific Literature and Presentation
    • Development of Corporate movies, Product advertisement movies,
    • Design and Strategy of Promotional schemes items.
    • Design of labels and development of label claim material.
    • Development of advertisement material
    • Development of material for different digital media and blogs
    • Publication of Magazines for development of Aquaculture sector and as well as different business development support.
  4. Assisting in strategic tie up for product/ business

We are connected to wide range of molecule and products. Our association is also crossed more than 300 small, median and large companies and corporates. We have strategic tie up with various assignments, agreements and Business Development Processes. We are ready to assist you the strategic tie up for different molecules, products and business development.



Engagement

MEMBERSHIP OF SOCIETIES

Life member of Association of Aquaculturists, CIFA, Bhubaneswar - 751 002 | Life member of The Society of Nature Conservators, Muzaffarnagar- 251 001 | Life member of The Zoological Society, Kolkata-700 019. | Life member of The Indian Science Congress Association, Kolkata- 700 017 | Life member of Indian Society of Fisheries Professional, Mumbai- 400 053 | Life member of National Environmental Science Academy, New Delhi- 19 | Life member of Indian Fisheries Association, Mumbai- 400 061 | Life member of Society for Sciences, Dumka – 814 101, India | Life member of Society of Life Sciences, Satna - 485 001, India. | Life member and EC member during 2000 - 2022of Society of Aquaculture Professional, Chennai- 41.

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