Almost 70 percent of India’s population lives in rural areas, the main occupation for the people is agriculture, but inland aquaculture makes significant contributions to their livelihoods. Mostly about 85 percent of the aquaculture is contributed by carp polyculture. Coastal rural people can cultivate them in their own seasonal, largely underutilized, small homestead ponds with low input and understanding. However, the major problems faced by people with fish production in the coastal region may need some appropriate cultural techniques. Therefore, the Area, Production, and Yield (APY) analysis of carp farming is carried out. So, farmers will be able to know how to use the resources efficiently, and how the cultivation should take place.