Nair, M R (1987) Central Institute of Fisheries Technology. In: Souvenir: National Symposium 40 years of research and development in marine fisheries in India, 16-18 September 1987, Kochi.
In the year 1954 the Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Govt. of India appointed a high power committee to consider steps to be taken for achieving overall development of fisheries industry in the country. Following the recommendations of the Committee, the Institute came into existence at Cochin in December 1957 under the Department of Agriculture, Ministry of Food and Agriculture, as Central Fisheries Technological Research Station, with a small nucleus of staff for research in fishing craft and gear.
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