Monitoring of nesting sea turtle conducted through , by trained local people called Conservation Activist (CA) leaded by Research Assistant (RA) at particular locations. A total 1522 man/month worked for monitoring with 25-30 men in offseason (May-September) and 65-81 men in nesting season (October-April) and monitoring conducted without any gap of nesting beach. On need basis egg relocation enclosure installed for safe hatching. Night survey started depending on the tide time, 3 hours before to 3 hours after high tide every night. Each patrol man surveyed a section of 1-2 kms in nesting season to locate and conserve nesting turtle and nest. CA collected data and conserved nests at in situ, semi in situ or whenever necessary relocated eggs for reburying at nearby safe hatching ground. The team collected information on threats, lighting, fishing efforts, tourism activity and stranding turtle data during the course of monitoring. Local CA trained to identify sea turtle, track, nest location, external morphology & special marking, tags and injuries. CA followed ID guides produced by MLA in local language . For all monitoring activity of nesting turtle, we followed the guidelines “Sea Turtle Management Techniques (IUCN/SSC/MTSG)”. For taxonomy, external morphology & species ID we followed methods mentioned by Pritchard & Mortimer (1999).