National Centre for Polar and Ocean Research

Local nameNational Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research(NCAOR)
LocationVasco da Gama, India

The National Centre for Polar and Ocean Research, formerly known as the National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research is an Indian research and development institution, situated in Vasco da Gama, Goa. It is an autonomous Institution of the Department of Ocean Development, Ministry of Earth Sciences, Government of India which is responsible for administering the Indian Antarctic Programme and maintains the Indian government's Antarctic research stations, Bharati and Maitri. NCPOR was established on 25 May 1998, with Dr. Prem Chand Pandey as its founding director. NCPOR is known for its participation in global experiments, hosting of international conferences and in the leadership of international committees concerned with Antarctic science.

At present, NCPOR is an agency working under the Ministry of Earth Sciences, Government of India since 2006, by the notification of the President of India.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Centre_for_Antarctic_and_Ocean_Research

Coordinates 15°23'50.015" N 73°47'36.897" E

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