International Benevolent Research Foundation
International Benevolent Research Foundation (IBRF) has been established on the auspicious occasion of the National Teacher’s Day on 5th September 2015 based on its incorporation as a Charity under the Central Act II of 1882, Government of India in Kolkata.
Established with the main objective of locating avenues for alternative employment creation besides designing a neological as well as neocratic approach to research and entrepreneurship in the field of education among the younger generation all over the world in general and India in particular with a view to bringing peace on earth in the third millennium by having country wise appropriate solutions for the burning problems like peacelessness, poverty, greed, unemployment, faulty educational and training methodologies, religious intolerance, etc., The International Benevolent Research Foundation (IBRF) has decided to design a master plan paradigm (2015-2025) for a new world order.
The activities of IBRF will include the strategies for creating more researchers besides transfer of appropriate technologies among the globe for ensuring a balanced and a sustainable growth in all countries of the world by using clean as well as cleaning-up technologies through new and emerging techniques for climate change management, environmental and disaster education, geriatric care, waste management, green business and technologies besides strengthening of diplomatic relations among nations for protecting our Mother Earth.
The idea is also to promote entrepreneurial educational leadership among the school and the college going boys and girls by “Catching Them Young” and for designing appropriate messages for the educators to see that they produce a greater number of job givers rather than job seekers. This will be possible as IBRF has the qualified inventory of experts for establishing universities, colleges, institutions, schools and other training enterprises in different countries with the latest equipment and infrastructure for conducting formal, informal, non-formal, open, distance, online, internet and web-based employment-centric programmes in all countries of the world.