Scientific and General Research Studies are one of the main projects or activities GIT takes up in its mainstream programmes. GIT focuses on or under many thematic areas of works or activities like field level data collection, feasibilities
studies of biotechnology based programmes for common people, eco-friendly organic manures, research on Marine Agriculture (Seaweed cultivation), research to improve the costal biota of ecosystems, Scientific approaches for the
conservation/protection of flora/fauna, water bodies, bio-diversity, natural sanctuaries, marsh lands, eco-restoration over degraded/decertified lands/revenue hillocks, swamp forests, coastal belts, potentiality of Mangroves for
environment/ecological balancing in alignment with human benefits, biotechnology based fertilizers/biochar/enterprises, fungi-based manures, research on costal Green Wall creation & benefits, Green Gas omissions/climate change/RED+/RED++
mitigation/adaptation scientific/natural remedies and such Projects which are in alignment with Nature, Human Beings, Animals, Fauna, Flora and with the guidelines/recommendations/permission of various Indian laws and stipulations.
Some of the GIT’s Researches and Studies:
Increasing fertility of degraded soils Combating Climate Change
The Green Wall (The Bio-fencing) of Southern Coastal Lines
Dissemination and Benefits:
GIT’s research projects or papers or study which are published, presented are beneficial in multiple ways environment, natural resources’ conversationalists, research students, NGOs, CBOs, Govt. departments, Biodiversity/costal biota protection, students, climate change mitigation/adaptation planning, agriculture improvements, reduce green gas emissions, to have early warning systems over coastal belts, community participatory-initiatives for environment protection, marine agriculture investments (People to have marine cultivation), best practices for natural mangroves’ management, coastal soil erosion, better planning measures for the control of velocity of water flow (mainly in rainy and other natural calamities), NRM, planning for increase of surface & ground water measures, prepare bio-diversity registers and such many inevitable areas of concerns can be immensely benefited through our research studies.