In the aftermath of the tsunami in Japan, the Centre is considering fine-tuning its plans of locating power plants, along the coast. This would mean making proper assessment of exactly how many projects and of what size could be built in coastal areas without causing imbalances. In the wake of Fukushima accident, a high level Committee has been constituted by AERB to assess the preparedness of nuclear power plants in India to deal with such a situation. The committee will review the safety provision of existing NPPs. AERB is keeping a close watch on the radiation levels in India. It has also identified three institutions in India for the analysis of radioactive contamination in food samples, if any.