Organisation of Science Innovations and Research
Organisation of Science Innovations and Research
  • Organisation for Science Innovations and Research

    Building Scientific Framework in Rural India


    Organisation for Science Innovations and Research (OSIR) is an India based  young scientific organisation started by enthusiastic scientists, engineers and academicians committed to the idea of holistic scientific growth in rural areas. With the dedication of creation and nourishing scientific and logical aptitude for the people who need it most (specifically in under-developed regions), we welcome all equal minded people to join/help/collaborate in our mission.

    Three Pronged Strategy


    Right education is the first step to build scientific educational framework at Rural India. For this, our focus is on 'learning by doing', 'logical and creative thinking', and 'application of knowledge'.

    Applied Research

    We conduct applied scientific research which can benefit to rural needs as well as to nearby industrial hubs. We are developing facilities for nanomaterials, industrial coatings and plasma technology for bio and energy applications.


    The world of science and technology can be hard to keep up with. That's why our goal is to provide young minds an opportunity to explore their innovative approaches, irrespective of the discipline or type of ideas.

    News and Events

    November 2018

    OSIR is organising national conference on Innovations and Technology for Rural India.

    March 2018

    Keynote Lecture in International Conference on Creativity & Innovation in Technology Development, Udaipur.

    February 2018

    Director attends Innovation Associate's seminar at Berlin, Germany.

    January 2018

    Dr. Manish Kumar visits REPSOL Centre of Technology in Spain. 

    October 2017

    Licence of organisation: OSIR gets its Licence and incorporation certificate under section 8 (1) of the Companies Act, 2013.

    April 2017

    Campus Commissioning: OSIR decides to make its first scientific campus at Bah, a rural tehsil in Uttar Pradesh.