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All India Research And Development Centre Ngo In Thiruvottiyur Tamil Nadu

All India Research And Development Centre Ngo Information

ALL INDIA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTRE Non Governmental Organization is located in Thiruvottiyur Tamil Nadu . ALL INDIA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTRE is registered as a Trust at Thiruvottiyur of state Tamil Nadu with Ngo unique registration ID 'TN/2010/0030757' . The NGO registration is done by Sub-Registrar with registration number 344 on the date of 04-03-2010, Its parent ORganaisation is PaulFoundation. The Chairman of ALL INDIA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTRE is Jishamol and Chief functionary officer is Dr B Jishamol.

NGO Organization / Ngo Information

NGO Name
ALL INDIA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTRE
Unique Id of VO/NGO
TN/2010/0030757
Chief Functionary
Dr B Jishamol
Chairman
Jishamol

Registration Details

Registered With
Sub-Registrar
Type of NGO
Trust
Registration Number
344
City of Registration
Thiruvottiyur
State of Registration
Tamil Nadu
Date of Registration
04-03-2010
NGO Registration certificate
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Contact details

Country
India
Telephone
044-25950960
Mobile Number
9444036779
Address
B.Jishamol 70/1, Market Lane, 7th Street, Kaladipet, Thiruvottiyur, Chennai- 600 019.
Website
Fax
044-25950960

ALL INDIA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTRE Key Issues and Operational Areas, Major Activiities & Achivements

Key Issues

This ALL INDIA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTRE NGO charity is working on Key Issues of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries, Aged/Elderly, Agriculture, Art & Culture, Biotechnology, Children, Civic Issues, Differently Abled, Disaster Management, Dalit Upliftment, Drinking Water, Education & Literacy, Environment & Forests, Food Processing, Health & Family Welfare, HIV/AIDS, Housing, Human Rights, Information & Communication Technology, Legal Awareness & Aid, Labour & Employment, Land Resources, Micro Finance (SHGs), Minority Issues, Micro Small & Medium Enterprises

Operational States

Andaman and Nicobar Island, Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Chhattisgarh, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu, Delhi, Goa, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Lakshadweep, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Orissa, Puducherry, Punjab, Rajasthan, Sikkim, Tamil Nadu, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarkhand, West Bengal

Major Activities and Achivements

Socio, Cultural and Economic studies in India began as a response to search for social identity. Various organizations including Universities and Scholars played a crucial role in the socio-cultural and economic research and studies. Except few organizations this research happened to be textual only.The scholars and organizations that put in effort in this research were either for social development or cultural development, as a whole the beneficiaries were a group of people or a few artists from a particular locality. This works of many non governmental organizations and the state Government earned great appreciation. The aspect of socio-cultural research earned its importance in the 18th centuary. The oppositions and class conflicts became subjects of many a scholarly debate in regional studies. This research and debates were not adequate or suited to uplift the “Disadvantaged Community” or “the deprived sections of the society” or “the developing community” or “the fourth world”. The “disadvantaged community” includes orphans, destitute women, bonded laboures, the minority community, the scheduled castes, the scheduled tribes, the transgenders, and other deprived sections of the society including the backward classes and an economically weak village. In many cases this community were not aware of their ignorance, thus a research forum to identify the problem that different groups or the so called disadvantaged community faced and the cause for these problems. Some of the basic research gave us interesting and fascinating data and information. This research has given us insight of building alternative models of developing the poor or the disadvantaged community of the society.