National aquaculture centre to be set up at Kakinada

by 5m Editor
4 August 2006, at 1:00am

INDIA - Collector M Subramanyam on Thursday said the National Centre for Sustainable Aquaculture (NCSA), which is the first of its kind in India, would be set up at a cost of Rs 6 crore in the town. The NCSA would be temporarily accommodated in the Fishing Research Institute (FRI) at Kakinada. Chief Minister YS Rajashekara Reddy is likely to inaugurate the NCSA in September this year. Later, permanent buildings would be constructed for the centre, he added. Source: NewIndPress

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