"We want to carry out the mandate entrusted to us in a thorough and foolproof manner applying the latest technology and protocol. We have before us the standard procedures followed by the International Council of Museums. But we will strive to improve on them," panel coordinator and eminent conservationist M.V. Nair said.
Kerala had requested the Supreme court for the appointment of Nair as a coordinator of the expert committee to evaluate the wealth.
Nair claimed that while making the judgement and creating the report, the panel would consider the academic side on the wealth for future research and topics like culture and heritage might be carried on it.
"We have asked them to ensure the precision and quality of the equipment so that the job could be carried out in an error- free manner adhering to international standards, preferably better than them," said Nair.
The committee will commence its functioning after conducting a joint meeting with the committee presided by former Kerala High Court Judge MN Krishnan.