Silas, E G (2004) Recollections. Indian Fisheries at Crossroads. p. 2.
Chidambaram always had a wry smile, so characteristic of him, which made his personality enigmatic and inscrutable, nor have I ever seen him lose his cool - a great asset to a good manager and administrator. He could enthuse confidence and liaise with ease, whether it be with fishermen, industrialist, financier, banker, bureaucrat or politician. This was well exemplified in his outstanding work as Director of Fisheries of Gujarat and as Director, MPEDA. His efforts in these are milestones in the development of fisheries in India.
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CMFRI-Kochi > Biodiversity
Subject Area > CMFRI-Kochi > Biodiversity
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