Dr. J. Charles Jeeva
Principal Scientist

Agricultural Extension

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Experience: 18  Years
Educational Qualification
Degree
Subject
Year
University/Institute
Ph.DAgricultural Extension2009Annamalai University, Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu
M.ScAgricultural Extension1995Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
Research Areas
Gender, Livelihood and Socio-economic Issues; Participatory Extension Approaches; Extension System Research; Impact Assessment
Previous Experience
Institute
Designation
From
To
Central Institute of Fisheries Technology (ICAR), CochinScientist04-11-199903-11-2005
Central Institute of Fisheries Technology (ICAR), CochinScientist-SS04-11-200503-11-2010
Central Institute of Fisheries Technology (ICAR), CochinSenior Scientist04-11-201016-08-2013
ICAR-Central Institute for Women in Agriculture, BhubaneswarSenior Scientist17-08-201316-08-2016
ICAR-Central Institute for Women in Agriculture, BhubaneswarPrincipal Scientist17-08-2016
Awards
  1. Best Paper Award for the paper entitled Market-led Livelihood Interventions in Rural Aquaculture Sector-Participatory Monitoring of Self Help Groups by J. Charles Jeeva, Femeena Hassan and Saleena Mathew at the National Seminar on Innovation in farming system research and Extension for inclusive development held during 24- 25 November 2011 at Madras Veterinary College, Chennai
  2. Best Paper Award for the article titled Policy Interventions for Sustainable Empowerment of Women in Coastal Ecosystem: A Participatory Assessment authored by J. Charles Jeeva, Jolsana Jeevan, S. Soma and P.J. Antony Sijo presented in the International symposium on Greening Fisheries: Towards green technologies in fisheries, held at Kochi, Kerala, India during 21-23 May 2013.
 
Publications
           Total Number of Research Articles:20
Significant Research Articles
  1. J. Charles Jeeva, S. Balasubramaniam, P. Jeyanthi, S. Ashaletha. 2011. Evaluation of the Post-Tsunami Scenario with reference to Fishing Technology and Socio Economic Conditions among the Motorized Craft Operators in Tamil Nadu. Indian Journal of Fisheries58 (3): 117-123
  2. J. Charles Jeeva, S. Balasubramaniam, S. Ashaletha, P. Jeyanthi . 2012. Analysis of Socio-economic Variables and Impact of Tsunami among the Mechanized Boat Operators in Tamil Nadu. Fishery Technology49(1): 92-98
  3. J. Charles Jeeva, Vasanthakumar, J., Balasubramaniam, S. and Ashaletha, S. 2011. Innovation decision efficiency on selected fishing technologies among the steel fishing trawler operators. Fishery Technology48 (1): 87-94
  4. J. Charles Jeeva, Vasanthakumar, J., Balasubramaniam, S., Geethalakshmi, V. 2009. Technology Development Efficiency and Socio Personal Characteristics of Researchers in Marine Fisheries. Fishery Technology46(2): 185-192
  5. J. Charles Jeeva, Nikita Gopal, Unnithan, G.R., Sreedhar, U. 2009. Fuel consumption by motorized fishing sector in Andhra Pradesh. Journal of Marine Biological Association of India51(2): 234-237
  6. J. Charles Jeeva, Balasubramaniam, S., Krishna Srinath. 2009. Adoption of Good Management Practices by Aquafarmers. Fishery Technology46(1): 67-72
  7. J. Charles Jeeva, S. Balasubramaniam, Krishna Srinath. 2006. Training needs and associated variables of fisheries officials in Kerala and Andhra Pradesh. Fishery Technology43(1): 107-114
  8. J. Charles Jeeva, Nikita Gopal, Unnithan, G. R., Raghu Prakash, R. 2008. Mechanized Crafts of North Andhra Coast - a study on status, operation and economic evaluation. Fishery Technology45(1): 103-108
  9. J. Charles Jeeva, Imam Khasim, D., Krishna Srinath, Unnithan, G.R., Murthy, K.L.N., Trinadha Rao. M., Bathla H.V.L., Tauqueer Ahmad. 2007. Post harvest losses at various marketing channels in inland fisheries sector. Fishery Technology44(2): 213-220
  10. J. Charles Jeeva, Imam Khasim, D., Krishna Srinath, Unnithan, G.R., Trinadha Rao, M., Murthy, K.L.N. , Bathla H.V.L., Tauqueer Ahmad. 2006. Harvest losses at various resources of inland fisheries. Fishery Technology 43(2): 218-223
 



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