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01/09/2023

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Come and explore the Secrets of sea

The Gwadar Port Authority (GPA) has selected twelve marine graduates under the Maintenance Dredging of Navigational Chan...
23/06/2023

The Gwadar Port Authority (GPA) has selected twelve marine graduates under the Maintenance Dredging of Navigational Channel of Gwadar port Project.. A huge achievement for the students of faculty of marine sciences lasbela university...

At present time a dead whale is wondering in the sea of Jewani.
26/05/2023

At present time a dead whale is wondering in the sea of Jewani.

The National Institute of Maritime Affairs-NIMA is hosting the 10th International Maritime Expo & Conference from 10-12 ...
10/02/2023

The National Institute of Maritime Affairs-NIMA is hosting the 10th International Maritime Expo & Conference from 10-12 February 2023, at the Expo Center Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, where the students of the Faculty of Marine Sciences, LUAWMS, set up a booth. The Department of Marine Sciences' students and faculty members have introduced the Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture-IMTA via Model, the first-ever novel idea.
Additionally, they created many models to demonstrate the viability and suitability of the blue economy strategy in Pakistan, particularly in Balochistan.
While the Expo Center included a wide range of stalls from National and International organisations and the visitors to the booth showed a genuine interest.
The honorable Vice Chancellor LUAWMS, Prof. Dr. Dost Muhammad Baloch visited LUAWMS stall along with the Pro Vice Chancellor University of Gwader Prof. Dr. Manzoor Ahmed and highly appreciated the efforts of the students while they demonstrated their installed models.

Concept of inclusive blue economy                                      andIntegrated multi-trophic aquacultureThe IMTA i...
03/02/2023

Concept of inclusive blue economy
and
Integrated multi-trophic aquaculture

The IMTA is a newly and emerging sector in term of blue economy having much consideration worldwide.The IMTA has great potential regarding the generation of revenue playing a vital role in development of countries globally. The IMTA has been introduced at the sea of Pakistan for the first time by 2K18 batch in Lasbela University of Agriculture Water and Marine Sciences. The IMTA is a new technology at offshore which doesn't only generate much revenue by a small area at sea but also improve the quality, making the environment clean for itself and restore the declined fishing grounds. Pakistan can benefit by promoting IMTA as it has long coast and enriched sea with natural resources. For the first time Offshore wine energy is added in this concept of IMTA by 2K18, which makes the Pakistan meet power shortage. The concept was developed under the supervision of Dr Zafar Ullah Jattak HOD of department of Marine Sciences LUAWMS University

Registration for Convocation 2023 has been started.Last date is 30th January 2023.
10/01/2023

Registration for Convocation 2023 has been started.Last date is 30th January 2023.

The students from department of Chemistry, University of Turbat (UoT), visited the Faculty of Marine Sciences, LUAWMS to...
30/11/2022

The students from department of Chemistry, University of Turbat (UoT), visited the Faculty of Marine Sciences, LUAWMS today, on Wednesday, November 30, 2022. The faculty members warmly welcomed the delegation in the Marine Science Laboratory, Geological Mausam and the Laboratories of Biological & Chemical Oceanography. The faculty members, Dr. Muhsan Ali, Associate Professor Fisheries, overview the visiting delegation at the Biological Oceanography Laboratory by showing different equipment & preserved specimens of marine organisms, Dr. Sonia Tariq, Associate Professor Marine Chemistry evaluated about the relevant Instruments & Chemicals available at the Laboratory of Chemical Oceanography, furthermore, the delegation was also briefed by Dr. Aleem Zahid, Associate Professor Geology, various types of Rocks & Minerals samples available at the Geological Laboratory of LUAWMS. The visiting students and Faculty Members of the Chemistry department at University of Turbat including Dr Naimat Ullah Assistant Professor, Mr. Najam ud Deen Sarphera and Mr. Wajid Ali appreciated LUAWMS administration for their hospitality & thanked to the faculty members of Marine Sciences for making their visit with full of scientific exposure and knowledge.

World Fisheries Day, November 21The Faculty of Marine Sciences, Lasbela University of Agriculture, Water and Marine Scie...
21/11/2022

World Fisheries Day, November 21
The Faculty of Marine Sciences, Lasbela University of Agriculture, Water and Marine Sciences, Uthal Balochistan organized Seminar and an awareness walk to mark the World Fisheries Day. The World Fisheries Day 2022 is celebrated every year on November 21. A large number of faculty members, students, researchers and staff participated in the walk and attended the seminar. While, speakers of the seminar Prof. Dr. Muhammad Shafi, Dr. Muhsan Ali, Dr. Zafarullah, Dr. Waliullah Masroor, Mr. Shaikh Sanaullah, Mr. Safdar Hussain, Mr. Iftikhar Ahmed and Ms. Meenah Sohail address issues and highlighted the importance of sustainable fisheries resources. Speakers of the event also draw attention towards issues of fisheries and fish industry in Pakistan including overfishing, use of illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing activities and habitat destruction. Speakers also highlighted the issues particular along Balochistan coast, they also suggest developing modern fish harbors and fishing processing units instead of giving permit to dry fish/fish meal processing companies.

Golden opportunity for those, who are interested in doing PhD in fisheries.
16/11/2022

Golden opportunity for those, who are interested in doing PhD in fisheries.

Ph.D. and M.S. in Marine Sciences opportunities at the University of South Alabama and the Dauphin Island Sea Lab.The Sc...
16/11/2022

Ph.D. and M.S. in Marine Sciences opportunities at the University of South Alabama and the Dauphin Island Sea Lab.
The School of Marine and Environmental Sciences at the University of South Alabama (USA) has several openings for qualified students who want to advance their education in marine and environmental sciences. USA and the Dauphin Island Sea Lab have an international reputation for graduating talented and highly competitive graduate students. The University offers a limited number of graduate fellowships for highly competive students seeking Ph.D.’s as well as extramurally supported graduate assistantship and university-based teaching assistantships for MS and Ph.D. students. All fellowships/assistantships offer competitive pay ($19,000 – $24,000), student health insurance and tuition remission.
Interested students are encouraged to contact prospective faculty mentors (https://www.southalabama.edu/colleges/artsandsci/marinesciences/facultylist.html) and apply by February 15, 2023 for full consideration. Students may be based in newly renovated facilities on USA campus in Mobile or at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab (www.disl.edu). Students should contact advisors as soon as possible to attend a recruitment weekend in late January.
An application link can be found at (https://www.southalabama.edu/colleges/artsandsci/marinesciences/GraduateProgram.html).
General application questions should be directed to:
Julie Herman
[email protected]
School of Marine & Environmental Sciences

The faculty of marine Sciences Alumni serving the nation
06/11/2022

The faculty of marine Sciences Alumni serving the nation

Marine Sciences Alumni Achievement!Congratulations!  Mr. Wajid Ali (2K16-MS-MB-05) s/o Abdul Wahid, an alumnus of Marine...
29/10/2022

Marine Sciences Alumni Achievement!

Congratulations!

Mr. Wajid Ali (2K16-MS-MB-05) s/o Abdul Wahid, an alumnus of Marine Sciences, LUAWMS, from Pasni District Gwader, Balochistan. He has done his master’s in Marine Biology from LUAWMS in 2020. Currently, he is perusing his Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Marine Life Sciences Department at the Ocean University of China through a highly competitive fully funded Chinese Government Scholarship through Chinese Scholarship Council (CSC).
Wajid Ali has written and published several scientific research articles in national as well as international journals. Some of his recently famous published works entitled “Length-Weight Relationship and Condition Factor of Six Sole Fish Species from Coastal Water of Pakistan” and “Investigation of Biochemical Aspects in Edible Tissues of Flatfishes along the Coasts of Baluchistan and Sindh” are available here
https://juniperpublishers.com/ofoaj/volume14-issue2-ofoaj.php
Mr. Wajid also had the opportunity to represent LUAWMS and present his scientific work at the “1st International Conference on Applied Zoology 2018 (Faisal Abad)”,
“1st International Conference on Marine Biodiversity 2018 LUAWMS (Uthal)”,
“2nd International Science Conference on “Natural Sciences, Climate and Biodiversity” 2018 (Kashmir)”, “International Fisheries and Aquaculture Conference 2019 (Lahore)” and “39th Pakistan Congress of Zoology (International 2019) Peshawar”.
He has also represented LUAWMS at several National Scientific Forums and been rewarded distinguished “Speaker Certification” from the “Iqra Educational Society Quetta 2014”, “3rd Invention to Innovation Summit, Sindh 2018”, “2-days Socioeconomic Survey on Swimming Crab Fisheries of Ras Malan and Sapat Bandaar 2018”, and “4th Summit University of Balochistan, Quetta”.
We at LUAWMS, especially the faculty of Marine Sciences highly appreciate his struggles and contributions in the field of Marine Sciences and wish him an exciting and successful Scientific Journey ahead.

Congratulations Mariners! The final year Marine Sciences students of 2K18 batch successfully completed a 15-day Cage Cul...
29/10/2022

Congratulations Mariners!
The final year Marine Sciences students of 2K18 batch successfully completed a 15-day Cage Culture Training under Prime Minister National Agriculture Emergency Program “Cage Culture Cluster Development Project” organized by the Fisheries Development Board (FDB), Ministry of National Food Security and Research (MNFSR) on October 26, 2022, at Fisheries Development Board (FDB) in Karachi, Sindh. It was an exciting opportunity for the students of Marine Science which has broadened the participants’ practical knowledge and experiences regarding the crucial concepts of emerging Cage Culture Techniques and embedded them with in-depth knowledge of Fisheries and Aquaculture development in Pakistan.
At the end of the workshop, all the participants of the program were rewarded with Successful Completion Certificates.

https://www.luawms.edu.pk/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/LUAWMS-Postgraduate-Admissions.pdf

The first batch of 2K18 Marine Sciences students delegation from the Lasbela University of Agriculture, Water and Marine...
23/10/2022

The first batch of 2K18 Marine Sciences students delegation from the Lasbela University of Agriculture, Water and Marine Sciences (LUAWMS), are on a “15-day Cage Culture Training” under Prime Minister National Agriculture Emergency Program “Cage Culture Cluster Development Project” organized by the Fisheries Development Board (FDB), Ministry of National Food Security and Research (MNFSR) from October 12, 2022, to October 26, 2022, at Fisheries Development Board (FDB) in Karachi.
The prime aim and objective of the training is to train the Marine Sciences students on modern Cage Culture Techniques. More importantly, this workshop is expected to enhance the participants’ level of awareness and uplift their expertise to better understand the sophisticated Aquaculture Technologies.
Furthermore, the participants had the exciting opportunity to visit different operational and well-established Cage Culture sites in Sindh, where the FDB Deputy Director Sajid Mohammad, Assistant Director Training Dr. Naveed Ahmed and other respected members briefed the audience about the Cage Culture Management, Operational procedures, Modern Cage Culture Approaches, Fish Farming Components, Aquaculture Processes, and comparative qualities of Marine & Freshwater Cages.

Congratulations! Ms. Sehresh Qayum (2K18-MS-MB-05) successfully defended her MS Final Thesis entitled “To study the stat...
22/10/2022

Congratulations! Ms. Sehresh Qayum (2K18-MS-MB-05) successfully defended her MS Final Thesis entitled “To study the status of Marine Migratory Bird Crane (Grus Vigro) at Lasbela Coast, Balochistan, Pakistan” in the field of Marine Biology at the Department of Marine Sciences on October 21, 2022. Her research work is really unique and a significant contribution to the field of Marine Sciences. We wish her the best of luck in her future career. Many thanks to Dr. Muhsan Ali, the Research Supervisor and Dr. Abdul Hakeem the Co. Supervisor.
The Faculty also pay special gratitude to Dr. Nuzhat Afsar, Associate Professor of the Institute of Marine Science (IMS) at, the University of Karachi was the External Examiner, Professor Dr. Muhammad Aslam Buzdar, Dean Faculty of Marine Sciences, Professor Dr. Azra Bano, Dr. Shazia Imran, Dr. Zafarullah and Dr. Aziz Ahmed for their constructive inputs to this research. [21/10/2022]
For more details about the program, please visit
https://www.luawms.edu.pk/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/LUAWMS-Postgraduate-Admissions.pdf

Golden opportunity for marine graduates. Students of BS marine sciences and MS in Marine fishers and biology students ca...
16/10/2022

Golden opportunity for marine graduates. Students of BS marine sciences and MS in Marine fishers and biology students can also apply on this post....
FDB. Ministry of National Food Security & Research and Cage Culture Cluster Development Project announce post to be filled.

A Green turtle was found dead at Taak beach ormara. Taak beach is no more safe for sea turtles.
16/10/2022

A Green turtle was found dead at Taak beach ormara. Taak beach is no more safe for sea turtles.

Marine Sciences Scholarships at LUAWMS funded by various donors are available to study BS, MS & Ph.D. in Marine Science,...
15/10/2022

Marine Sciences Scholarships at LUAWMS funded by various donors are available to study BS, MS & Ph.D. in Marine Science, Marine Biology, and Fisheries.
We are accepting applications for January 2023 intake
Deadline to apply: November 16, 2022
Apply Now!!!

For the scholarships, applicants need to apply for one of the following programs
BS (Marine Science)
MS (Marine Biology & Fisheries)
Ph.D. (Marine Biology)
For details of programs
Link:https://www.luawms.edu.pk/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/LUAWMS-Postgraduate-Admissions.pdf
Apply here
Link:https://www.luawms.edu.pk/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/luawms-admissions-f2022.pdf
LUAWMS Prospectus 2022
Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1W-M1es44ncyGEK8TUG9az7DoI9HIpW_p/view?usp=sharing

26/09/2022

Jiwani. Beauty Of Balochistan

Marine Life extinction and Our National responsibilitiesBy: Zar Khan Bezanjo from Pasni   If we study the world geograph...
14/08/2022

Marine Life extinction and Our National responsibilities
By: Zar Khan Bezanjo from Pasni

If we study the world geographically, we find that every region of the earth where the sea is found is called "Paradise" in geographical terms. Because economic development and stability in the world depends on the export and import of a country and about 80 percent of the world's export and import takes place through the sea. In addition, if we talk about the whole world, 18 to 20 percent of its food is obtained from the seas, while this proportion increases considerably in Asian countries. If we talk about Pakistan, a large part of the daily diet of the people of the coastal areas here consists of marine life. And it would not be wrong to say that fish export is one of the biggest sources of foreign exchange of Pakistan on an annual basis.
Gwadar district which nowadays has become the center of attention not only of Pakistan and China but also of the whole world due to CPEC (China Pakistan Economic Corridor). All the golden dreams shown to the local residents regarding CPEC are in their place, but the ground realities are totally opposite to them. In the beginning, it was being said that with the help of China, Gwadar will be made an international and mega city like Dubai, where the people will be able to use all the basic facilities of life, even though there will be a shortage of local people for employment and workload. To keep the ratio equal, people will have to be brought in from outside. In the present Gwadar, if all the above-mentioned things are present in the documents, then the commanding authorities would hardly know them, but in practice, searching for all these things is nothing but a waste of time.The entire district of Gwadar, from Jiwani to Ormara, is called the Makran Coastal Belt, where about 80 percent of the local population is employed by the sea. The local people here regard the sea as a mother and from which they fulfill the economic needs of their entire family. But for the last few decades it has been widely reported that one Sindh trawler was caught poaching in Gwadar, local fishers of Pasni with the help of the Fisheries Department caught two trawlers said to be from Sindh or it is reported that various trawlers were seen illegal fishing in the sea area of Ormara an Jiwani as well.It feels like all these things are part of our daily life discussion and every resident here is familiar with all these things and commenting on these things is also of interest to us. Why not be interested? The very existence of our lives is linked to the sea which nourishes us by fulfilling our economic needs. As for the trawlers coming from inside the country, they have been exploiting us economically for many decades. Now it has come to the point that the trawlers coming from abroad have also looked at our seas and may have assumed that We will also be deprived of two times daily food.
While our sea has a distinct reputation for producing the best breed of fish in the world, it is also very attractive to trawlers from outside the province and foreign countries. Most of the rare species of fish found in our seas have already become extinct due to fishing by trawlers against international laws and the remaining, it seems that very soon they will also be killed by the greed of the trawler mafia and our hypocrisy. They will go up. It seems that in the next few years, fishermen and people associated with the fishing industry will have no choice but to starve to death. It is not possible to describe in words the miserable life that the people associated with the fishing sector lead. Most of the fishermen and their dependents do not have access to daily food and since the livelihood of the above-mentioned areas is entirely dependent on the sea, markets and small businesses are also badly affected. It would not be wrong to say that the trawler mafia and all the parliamentarians who patronize it, the officers in charge of marine life protection agencies, the heads of law enforcement agencies and the extortionists who support them at the local level and their The brokers are directly responsible for the economic killing of the residents of the entire area, including the fishermen.
There are some necessary rules and regulations to run any system at the international or national level, which are the responsibility of the government agencies to implement, just like there are laws to protect marine life and the government agencies too. , it is different that their existence is limited only in official documents. Among the government institutions, the biggest responsibility in this category falls on the Department of Fisheries. A careful review of the Fisheries Rules reveals that an area of ​​12 to 35 nautical miles from the coast is reserved for local fishermen, where only local people and boats are allowed to hunt but they are also allowed during the specific periods. Hunting is not allowed during the fish spawning season. Entry of non-local and foreign trawlers into the said area is strictly prohibited and penalties under the Fisheries Act are also prescribed for violation. While the area of ​​35 to 200 nautical miles can be used as a passage for domestic and foreign boats and ships, prior license from the Government of Pakistan is mandatory to use this route as well. A separate list of prohibited nets is also part of the Fisheries Rules, often trawlers use these prohibited nets indiscriminately. Due to which the process of fish extinction is going on rapidly.
It is humbly requested to the higher authorities, especially the Chief Minister of Balochistan, Chief Justice of Balochistan High Court, Advisor Depatment of Fisheries Balochistan, Chief Secretary of Balochistan, Secretary of Fisheries Department Balochistan, Heads of all law enforcement agencies and local fishermen representatives to be aware. Grab your nails and play your positive role for the survival of marine life.All the mentioned stack holders are requested to consider this issue as a personal issue and play their role to implement the prevailing laws of fisheries on an emergency basis so that the local residents can earn a livelihood with dignity. Moreover, local representatives and all the responsible citizens are also requested to show their responsibility and raise their voices together against the domestic and foreign trawlar mafia in every forum and raise their voices in a manner that will make the rulers in the government houses guilty of this heinous crime. Force them to take strict action against all those responsible.

Balochistan Environmental Protection announced jobs in different divisions of Province. Environment inspector posts requ...
21/07/2022

Balochistan Environmental Protection announced jobs in different divisions of Province. Environment inspector posts require Marine Sciences Degree. Marine graduates are encouraged to apply.

26/05/2022
Scientists have found the fossil of fish on the peaks of Hamaliyan mountains, fact which contributes to the theory that ...
11/05/2022

Scientists have found the fossil of fish on the peaks of Hamaliyan mountains, fact which contributes to the theory that the entire earth was once completely covered in water.

"Shumal Bandar"30 km West of Pasni10 km South of Makran Coastal Highway.Part of the World's Largest: "Makran Accretionar...
30/04/2022

"Shumal Bandar"

30 km West of Pasni
10 km South of Makran Coastal Highway.

Part of the World's Largest: "Makran Accretionary Wedge" (around 1,000 x 350 km).
Makran Subduction Zone (coastal area) is the boundary between Arabian and Eurasian Tectonic Plates. It has caused Tsunamis, massive Earthquakes, Mud Volcanos, and Volcanos (Chagai) in the past.

Balochistan

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A rare turtle was caught by local fishermen in Gawadar Sea, they left him free in sea.It is good to see that our fisherm...
22/04/2022

A rare turtle was caught by local fishermen in Gawadar Sea, they left him free in sea.It is good to see that our fishermen are involved in conservation of sea life.

16/04/2022

Good news.
A pod of dolphins was seen in Ormada sea, It is a good indication for the health of our sea. 🐳🐳🐳

WHY SHARKS TRY TO EAT INTERNET CABLE ?Sharks have sensors called " Ampullae of Lorenzini " in their snout that can detec...
11/04/2022

WHY SHARKS TRY TO EAT INTERNET CABLE ?

Sharks have sensors called " Ampullae of Lorenzini " in their snout that can detect the electric current inside the internet cables on the ocean floor and that's why they try to chew the cables which damages the cables and thus internet connection is disturbed ! So far no permanent solution had been found for this !

*پاکستان نیوی* میں بطورِ سویلین شمولیت کریںپاکستان نیوی نے مختلف آسامیوں کا اعلان کردیا اس میں بلوچستان کے امیدواراں کیل...
10/04/2022

*پاکستان نیوی* میں بطورِ سویلین شمولیت کریں
پاکستان نیوی نے مختلف آسامیوں کا اعلان کردیا اس میں بلوچستان کے امیدواراں کیلئے 18 نشستیں شامل ہیں۔
رجسٹریشن: مورخہ *10 تا 24 آپریل 2022*۔
مزید معلومات و آن لائن رجسٹریشن کیلئے نیچے دئیے گئے لنک پر کلک کریں: *↯*

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06/04/2022

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