Research and DevelopmentIndian Institute of Science Education and Research Bhopal
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Bhopal was set up in year 2008 by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. Its mission is not only to provide high quality science education but also to promote research in basic sciences. IISER is on a high growth trajectory today, offering excellent academic programmes in the field of science education. The prime focus of the Institute is to integrate science education and research with a motive of attracting bright students and world class faculty. The Institute intends to emerge as a hub of research and development activities in science and application of scientific methods.
IISER Bhopal has received exemption under Section 80-G of the Income Tax Act, 1961 vide order No.
CCIT (E)/Order u/s 80G(2)(a)(iiif)/2016-17/1481 dated 8th August 2016 issued by the Office of the
Commissioner of Income-tax (Exemption), Delhi.
IISER Bhopal needs support of National/International Agencies and Individuals such as: Industry, Industry-associations, Trusts, Foundations, Any Other Institutions, Alumni, Faculty, Staff, etc. to strengthen the institute’s work in recruiting and retaining talented faculty, promoting top-notch research and developing exciting graduate and undergraduate initiatives.
IISER Bhopal relies on the sustained generosity of its friends for support of many of its exciting and innovative initiatives.
IISER Bhopal partners share our dream and vision of excellence. The institute has developed a reputation for thinking outside traditional disciplinary boundaries, experimenting with various facets of education and research and fostering a culture of free inquiry, innovation and excellence. We invite you to join us in this initial historic phase in the life of the Institute and its pursuit of developing into a world-class research.
IISER Bhopal welcomes donations from well-wishers worldwide. Donations made are eligible for 100% tax deductible (under section u/s 80G in India) from gross total income.