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    It is important to invest in Research and Development activities in order to achieve economic progress. There are many research and development centers in India. The directory on research and development centers provides valuable information on the institutes engaged in research and developmental activities in India. Here under online web directory of research and development, get information on the various institutes promoting and conducting research and development in fields like medicine, agriculture, business research, environmental safety etc.
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  • Micro Small & Medium Enterprises Financing & Development Project  Project adopts an innovative effort to attend to poverty alleviation through enterprise development in MSME domain. The grounding of enterprises and instilling competitiveness in them immensely contributes to national development as also the Millennium Development goals.
  • Macro Scan  MacroScan is a website managed by the Economic Research Foundation, New Delhi, seeking to provide an alternative to conservative and mainstream positions in economics. It undertakes and disseminates analyses, by professional economists, of the Indian and global economy.
  • Engineers India Reserach Institute  Engineers India Research Institute EIRI is an esteemed organization and provides integrated technical and financial consultancy service. The institute offers discreet information and counselling concerning a business to solve its recurring and potential business issues. EIRI supports clients to deal with various business practices to effectively run projects.
  • Development Alternatives  Development Alternatives Group is to promote sustainable national development. The activities of Development Alternatives cover a broad array of development issues. And these issues are complex, requiring sophisticated, trans-disciplinary responses. Development Alternatives works with partners in all sectors.
  • Delhi School of Economics  The DSE building was inaugurated on 18 January 1956 by the then Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru,who was also the first President of the Delhi School of Economics Society.It has grown through the years to become the premier institute in India for advanced study and research in Economics.
  • IBFAN Asia  Global Strategy for Infant and Young Child Feeding :World Health Assembly WHA and UNICEF adopted the Global Strategy,which sets five additional targets: national policy on infant and young child feeding, community outreach, information support, infant feeding in difficult circumstances and monitoring and evaluation.
  • IPEN  Ipen are a professional and cohesive network of program management specialists, clinical epidemiologists, epidemiologists, health social scientists, biostatisticians, health economists, physicians, anthropologists, behavioral scientists, public health specialists, nutrition and health specialists and health management.
  • South Asia Foundation  Thus, at the grass roots level, the Foundation is an experiment in idealism, working for the promotion of the rural artisans, the cultural environment and the economy of South Asia, to transform this region into a land of peace and opportunity. The Foundation believes in the power of ideas and the strength and creativity of the common people.
  • National Centre for Integrated Pest Management  A national research centre to cater to the emerging plant protection needs of different agro-ecological zones of the country.
  • Mouth Piece for Agenda-Based Network of Cultural Harmony  Office of the organization is well furnished with all necessary requirements like telephones, multimedia computers with internet facility, printers, photocopier, inverter and other office furniture. This was possible because of the dedicated, sincere and hard working staff of the organization.
  • Akhil Bhartiya Antyodaya sansthan  Akhil Bhartiy Antyoday Sansthan is an All India non-profitable, registered organization with a vision to succour in restoration of lost dignity, livelihood, equality, justice and peace in favour of downtrodden communities. The organization has its central office in Delhi itself. We are working on child labour, Woman empowerment programme, HIV/AIDS Sanitation Community, Dalit Community, etc.
  • India First Foundation  India First Foundation is a humble component of the comprehensive effort that commenced over a century ago and that has since been ceaselessly striving to recapture and reinstate our national identity. The Indian civilization stream, which has an undated and updateable beginning and an amazing continuity, which is unknown to and denied to other civilizations, was impeded for several centuries.
  • Indian Council of World Affairs  The Indian Council of World Affairs was established in 1943 by a group of Indian intellectuals as a think tank. It was registered as a nonofficial, nonpolitical and nonprofit organisation under the Registration of Societies Act 1860. By an Act of Parliament in 2001, the Indian Council of World Affairs has been declared an institution of national importance.
  • CLEANIndia  The CLEAN students share their experiences and learning within the family, their school, between different schools and even at the International Fora. The CLEANIndia Meets which have become an annual feature, enables member schools from across the country to come together and exchange their ideas and concerns.
  • National Confederation of Human Rights Organizations  National Confederation of Human Rights Organizations is a common platform of the various groups and individuals committed to the cause of human rights in India. The necessity of strengthening human rights defenses and the need for a better coordination of the ongoing efforts in various part of the country.
  • United Nations Development Programme  UNDP is the UN's global development network, advocating for change and connecting countries to knowledge, experience and resources to help people build a better life. We work in 166 countries through a network of 135 country offices worldwide, working with them on their own solutions to global and national development challenges.
  • Resource Development Centre  Resource Development Centre RDC established in March 1998 as a nonprofit professional institution; strives for appropriate tools and technologies for effective utilization and management of resources for sustainable development. RDC aims to conserve, foster and develop resources for sustainability, productivity, equity, empowerment, effective utilization and management, capacity building human capability formation and enrichment of information resource base for enterprise and community development.
  • NDUSTRIAL RESEARCH & TESTING CENTRE  Globalization, undoubtedly opens new horizons for a business entity. However, it also paves the route for a never ending cut-throat competition, putting a question mark ahead of every entity's survival. Every firm is supposed to show the strength and competitiveness in its products through standard certifications.
  • Centre for Agriculture & Rural Development  Engaged in providing services of national endeavour of developing India through agriculture led transformation.
  • Media Lab Asia  Media Lab Asia MLAsia has been set up by Department of Information Technology, MCIT, Government of India as not-for-profit Research and Development organization under section 25 of Companies Act. After completion of the initial phase, Government of India has approved a full scope programme for MLAsia.
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