Connect Science and Technology with Development

  • Indigenous and Frontier Technology Research Centre (IFTR) was established in 2002 as a not-for-profit organization to help women in rural areas to stand on their own legs by using an evolving technology – eco-friendly paper production using agricultural wastes.
  • Over the years, with the changes in expectations of people, IFTR is engaging itself in different areas to serve the masses. 
  • IFTR aims to accelerate the use of modern science and technology for the development of interventions to improve the livelihoods of people and society at large. IFTR will act as a vehicle for taking new technologies/skills to the masses. For this, IFTR will acquire, adopt, adapt, retrofit appropriate science and technology products/processes to provide solutions to practical problems faced by people. Wherever possible, IFTR will also strive to develop suitable technologies/interventions. 
  • IFTR invites everyone to participate in its mission to serve the society. IFTR is open for collaboration with like-minded organizations / Institutions / Commercial organizations and prepared to take up research and implementation programmes / projects that suit to its expertise. 
  • Let us all make our world a better place for all to have a sustainable life.