Vinoba Bhave Research Institute

  • Vinoba Bhave Research Institute (VBRI) had been established in the year 1991-92 under the society registration act of 1860, in India. The Institute was established on the ideology of Bharat Ratna, Shri Vinayak Narhari Bhave who is considered as a National Teacher of India and made social reformation by social justice and cooperation movements. The principal objectives of the organization are to provide various social as well as research services on education, health and environment to the civil society.

 

Highlights

Translational Research

VBRI is Research based Organization involved in latest modification and upgradation of modern technology based solutions in society.

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Technological Solutions

Cost effectiveness, easy to handle and technology oriented latest solutions are the basic requirement of any society.

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Innovation & Commercialization

VBRI believe in Innovative solutions and unique ideas that can be converted in product for utilization in society.

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Resource Services

Agriculture Technology

The agriculture Industry in India is poorly developed. Although, advancement in technology over the past few years has changed the scenario drastically.

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Healthcare Interface

One of the big challenge in modern society is the patterns of global health, and associated mortality in the society populations.

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IT Solutions

One of the key features of technology based solution is “IT Solutions”, which is rural friendly, easily accessible and provide instant data for further steps.

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Contributions

Rural Development

Rural development, signifies the importance of quality of rural life. This development is associated with multiple factors.

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Education and Training

Recent advancement in technology and innovation is just the reflection of increasing research in interdisciplinary branches of science.

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Apna Gav

One of core wing in VBRI is “Apna Gav” a unique initiative for the information of rural populations by our media group.

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