INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANIZATION

LIST OF CELL

LIST OF CELL
Objective

This Cell constitutes a panel of consultants who ensure the providing of appropriate legal advice on a diverse range of substantive and procedural questions of law arising in functioning and applicability of different Acts and Rules thereunder, to firmly secure the interest of public health and welfare.

The Cell constitute in advising the matter of preferring of appeals in superior courts and in the matter of taking recourse to other legal remedies, as well as assisting the operational departments in preparing of reply to legal notices received.

IHRO primarily have framed the Regulations for providing free and competent legal services to the needy and poor masses of the country.

We are providing the legal aid to the sufferer of any violation and the victim can file his application to the below links:

Team

1. Sh. Advocate PV Rao

2. Smt. Advocate Payal Dhuppar

3. Smt. Advocate Lalita Chaudhary

4. Sh Advocate Vikrant Rana

Objective

IHRO Women Cell aims to provide a platform to young women to voice their thoughts and opinions and to share their experiences. It also aims at providing personal guidance, legal awareness on specific issues concerning women.

IHRO viewed on the bases of various studies in India and their experience that when we work towards women empowerment, the whole society benefits. But unfortunately in India, far from empowering women, most are denied even their basic rights like health, education of girls for women empowerment, employment and a respectable status in society.

The current UNDP Human Development Report, India stated that there is a dangerously imbalanced sex ratio, the chief reason being rampant female infanticide and sex-selective abortions.

To empower women there are some following laws : Equal Remuneration Act-1976; Dowry Prohibition Act-1961; Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act-1956, Medical termination of Pregnancy Act-1971; Maternity Benefit Act-1961; Commission of Sati (Prevention) Act-1987; Prohibition of Child Marriage Act-2006; Pre-Conception & Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (Regulation and Prevention of Misuse) Act-1994; and Sexual Harassment of Women at Work Place (Prevention, Protection and) Act-2013.

With a view to take up women’s issues and problems, the cell aims at creating awareness of their rights and duties. It also provides a platform for women to share their experiences and views regarding their status in the society. Added to it suggestions for improvement and empowerment among themselves has been given. Our mission is to train women to acquire wide range of skills and knowledge and to develop and increase their social, economic and intellectual capacities for peace, security and prosperity of mankind.

Objective

Child's Right is the law that guarantees the rights of all children. Children as defined by Child's Right is any person under the age of 18. This cell undertakes several procedures of promoting and protecting the rights of children under this age because they are vulnerable.

India, in its bid to become an ethical labour market to international corporations in 1991, ratified the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Children in 1992. The Convention stems from Jebb’s desire to end the suffering of children, giving them instead a healthy, happy and safe environment that nurtured them physically, mentally, and emotionally. These facets find a strong resonance in the Convention.

Child rights go beyond just human rights, which exist to ensure fair and proper treatment of people across the world, and promote their well-being. Children, defined as any person under the age of 18, need more than just human rights due to a set of unique needs stemming from their vulnerabilities.

Further, the rights as described in the Convention have been summarised into the following fundamentals with references to various articles.

i) THE RIGHT TO AN IDENTITY (ARTICLES 7 AND 8) Children are entitled to a name, legally registered with the government, and a nationality (to belong to a country). Further, they must have the right to an identity, in the form of a public record. This ensures national support, as well as access to social services.

ii) THE RIGHT TO HEALTH (ARTICLES 23 AND 24) Medical care, nutrition, protection from harmful habits (including drugs) and safe working environments are covered under the right to health, and articles 23 and 24 enumerate access to special care and support for children with special needs, as well as quality health care (including drinking water, nutrition, and a safe environment) respectively.

iii) THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION, (ARTICLE 28) Right to free primary education is critical for helping children develop discipline, life skills while finding a safe and healthy environment to nurture a child’s physiological development. This includes freedom from violence, abuse or neglect.

iv) THE RIGHT TO A FAMILY LIFE (ARTICLES 8, 9, 10, 16, 20, 22 AND 40) If not family members, then children have the right to be looked after by caretakers. Children must live with their parents until it is harmful to them. However, ‘family reunification’, i.e. permission for family members living in different countries to travel to renew contact between family members is critical. Under the ward of a caretaker or family, they must be provided privacy against attacks on their way of life and personal history. Children who do not have access to a family life, have a right to special care and must be looked after properly, by people who respect their ethnic group, religion, culture and language. Refugee children have a right to special protection and help. In the case of misdemeanours, children have the right to seek legal counsel under a juvenile justice mechanism, with the fair and speedy resolution of proceedings.

v) THE RIGHT TO BE PROTECTED FROM VIOLENCE (ARTICLE 19 AND 34) Protection from violence extends even to family members, and children must not suffer ill-treatment or sexual or physical violence. This includes use of violence as a means of discipline. All forms of sexual exploitation and abuse are unacceptable, and this Article takes into view the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography.

vi) THE RIGHT TO AN OPINION (ARTICLE 12 AND 13) All children deserve the right to voice their opinions, free of criticism or contempt. In situations where adults are actively deciding upon choices on behalf of children, the latter are entitled to have their opinions taken into consideration. While children’s opinion may not be based on facts, it is nonetheless an important source of insight for parents, and should be considered. However, this depends on the child’s level of maturity and age. Children have the freedom of expression, as long as they are not harming others with their opinions and knowledge.

vii) THE RIGHT TO BE PROTECTED FROM ARMED CONFLICT (ARTICLES 38 AND 39) Armed conflict converts innocent children into refugees, prisoner, or participants in armed conflicts, and these are all circumstances which contravene with the spirit of War or any armed struggle can severely damage a child’s morale as well as perceptions of ethics, and this must be corrected in a nurturing safe environment. While seeking to rehabilitate children affected by war, the government must also ensure that children are not forced to participate in any armed struggle.

viii) THE RIGHT TO BE PROTECTED FROM EXPLOITATION (ARTICLES 19, 32, 34, 36 AND 39) As exploitation is usually achieved through violent means, protection from violence is critical for freeing children from exploitation. This extends to abuse, negligence and violence by parents, even if it is justified as an instrument of achieving discipline at home. Further, children cannot be made to work in difficult or dangerous conditions. Children can only volunteer to work doing safe chores that do not compromise their health, or access to education or play. Sexual exploitation, another dimension of exploitation, is also prohibited, as an activity that takes advantage of them. Survivors of neglect, abuse and exploitation must receive special help to enable recovery and reintegration into society. Children also cannot be punished cruelly, even if it is under the ambit of the justice system. Death or life sentences, as well as sentences with adult prisoners, are not permitted. UNICEF considers child protection as the prevention of or responding to the incidence of abuse, exploitation, violence and neglect of children. This includes commercial sexual exploitation, trafficking, child labour and harmful traditional practices, such as female genital mutilation/cutting and child marriage. Protection also allows children to have access to their other rights of survival, development, growth and participation. The system or the framework of this cell consists of various duty bearers such as the departments of the government, police, school, civil society, who all have roles to play to ensure that a child's rights are met, and in the case that a child's rights are violated that the violator be brought to justice and care be provided to the child.

Objective

In a country where more than 90% elders have to work in order to survive, affording quality medical care is a far dream. People suffer from chronic ailments such as hypertension, asthma, arthritis, heart problems etc. Healthcare and drug program seeks to provide sustainable healthcare solutions to destitute elders , children and their community where these are not available.

This cell organizes specialized health camps on various diseases and free health check-ups are conducted. The awareness generating sites are being set up with the social worker empowering the disadvantaged elder with information on various diseases, along with educating them on the various preventive measures that can be taken to prevent the onset of any deadly disease. Keeping in mind the vulnerability of elders & our Corona warriors on ground, in the current Covid 19 pandemic situation, our volunteers are adhering to all the safety and hygiene measures for all its programs on the field, like distributing face masks, imparting knowledge of regular washing & sanitization of hands, and maintaining social distancing norms at all times, to ensure their safety & protection.

IHRO interventions in the health sector work to improve access to quality health services for the poor and marginalised communities. By identifying the root causes of healthcare challenges, IHRO works at the individual, community and systemic levels to develop innovative solutions and help implement quality healthcare services. The work with community groups, collaborative work with government and civil society organisations include cross-cutting strategies to improve the health and nutrition status of the poorest and excluded groups, particularly women and children. There are so many Doctors and healthcare allied with the organization for the healthcare consultancy and support for any conditions

Some good examples of community action from IHRO experience :

• Supporting communities in health rights action, including Pandemic COVID-19 situation.

• Distribution of Sanitation Pad.

• Ban on Polythene Bags in Ambala.

• Free Ambulance Service.

• Organ Donation service.

• Blood donation Camps.

• Right to primary Health care campaign in more than 20 states of India

Objective

The environment is important because everything that supports the survival of human beings is dependent on it. It is simply the only home of mankind, making it the most important aspect in life. Wellness of the environment directly relates to the wellness and health in human beings and every other species. Environmental protection is a practice of protecting the natural environment for the benefit of both the natural environment and human Environmental protection refers to any activity to maintain or restore the quality of environmental media through preventing the emission of pollutants or reducing the presence of polluting substances in environmental media. The function of this cell is to spread awareness among people about the importance of preserving environment and monitor to maintain the greenery of the surroundings. Volunteers of IHRO take up the cleaning drive every now and then to keep the area clean and green.

Every year World Environment Day is celebrated on 5th June and a number of plants are planted to mark the occasion.

IHRO having a strategy to work for the following:-

1.Water pollution
Water pollution has many sources. The most polluting of them are the city sewage and industrial waste discharged into the rivers. The facilities to treat waste water are not adequate in any city in India. Presently, only about 10% of the waste water generated is treated; the rest is discharged as it is into our water bodies. Due to this, pollutants enter groundwater, rivers, and other water bodies. Such water, which ultimately ends up in our households, is often highly contaminated and carries disease-causing microbes. Agricultural run-off, or the water from the fields that drains into rivers, is another major water pollutant as it contains fertilizers and pesticides.

2. Air pollution Air pollution in India is a serious issue with the major sources being fuelwood and biomass burning, fuel adulteration, vehicle emission and traffic congestion. India is the world's largest consumer of fuelwood, agricultural waste and biomass for energy purposes. Traditional fuel (fuelwood, crop residue and dung cake) dominates domestic energy use in rural India and accounts for about 90% of the total. In urban areas, this traditional fuel constitutes about 24% of the total. Fuel wood, agri waste and biomass cake burning releases over 165 million tonnes of combustion products into India's indoor and outdoor air every year. Vehicle emissions are another source of air pollution. Vehicle emissions are worsened by fuel adulteration and poor fuel combustion efficiencies from traffic congestion and low density of quality, high speed road network per 1000 people

3.Solid waste pollution
Trash and garbage is a common sight in urban and rural areas of India. It is a major source of pollution. Indian cities alone generate more than 100 million tons of solid waste a year. Street corners are piled with trash. Public places and sidewalks are despoiled with filth and litter, rivers and canals act as garbage dumps. In part, India's garbage crisis is from rising consumption. India's waste problem also points to a stunning failure of governance

4.Noise pollution
The Supreme Court of India gave a significant verdict on noise pollution in 2005. Unnecessary honking of vehicles makes for a high decibel level of noise in cities. The use of loudspeakers for political purposes and for sermons by temples and mosques makes noise pollution in residential areas worse. In January 2010, Government of India published norms of permissible noise levels in urban and rural areas.

5.Land and soil pollution In March 2009, the issue of Uranium poisoning in Punjab came into light, caused by fly ash ponds of thermal power stations, which reportedly lead to severe birth defects in children in the Faridkot and Bhatinda districts of PunjabLand pollution in India is due to the poisonous pesticides and fertilizers as well as corrosion during 2009, the issue of Uranium poisoning in the state of Punjab came into light, caused by fly ash ponds of thermal power stations, which reportedly lead to severe birth defects in children in the Faridkot and Bhatinda districts of the state. Other main reason of this type of pollution is poor garbage disposal services in both the rural and urban areas of India. It is very common in India to find out a heap of garbage on the Street corners. IHRO has identified the various industrial Areas and collected the pollution data from various Pollution control Boards and Central Pollution control Board to make plan accordingly to control the pollution. IHRO has also planning to work for awareness and promotion in public for uses of Renewable energy sources equipment’s. R&D on various solar energy projects e.g Solar Power Plant, Solar Water Heater, Solar Vehicle Solar energy uses in modern science etc.

Objective

The Indian Council of Agricultural Research is an apex research organization of the country with a high standing amongst international agricultural research institutions.

The world as a whole is undergoing several transformative changes. Growing population, changing lifestyles, expanding urbanization and accelerated climate changes are creating new challenges for the national agricultural research system. Whereas in the past, the challenge was to supply adequate food, but now it is to provide adequate nutrients to promote health; and in the future, the challenge would be to provide optimal nutrients based on individual’s genetic profile. Fortunately, along with challenges, the developments in science are creating new avenues for tackling the challenges.

This cell deals with the expressed reasons in order of importance behind farmer suicides – debt, alcohol addiction, environment, low produce prices, stress and family responsibilities, apathy, poor irrigation, increased cost of cultivation, private money lenders, use of chemical fertilizers and crop failure.

IHRO team is having the agriculture scientists to give the consultancy to harvest modern technique crops, which are full of nutrients and they can help to the farmers for different Government of India agriculture schemes for farmers

Objective

Education is considered as a vital tool for social as well as national development. It has significant role in evaluating the human development of a country.

Good education research is a matter not only of sound procedures but also of beneficial aims and results; our ultimate aim as researchers and educators is to serve people’s well-being. sFor their research to be deemed good in a strong sense, education researchers must be able to articulate some sound connection between their work and a robust and justifiable conception of human well-being.

In addition to research, development, training, extension, publication and dissemination activities, IHRO tries to implement agency for bilateral cultural exchange programmes with other countries in the field of school education. We also interact and work in collaboration with the international organisations, visiting foreign delegations and offer various training facilities to educational personnel from developing countries.

IHRO has done MOU’s with the big Universities in India and abroad for Human rights and Law Courses. In future the online courses will be available with the education portal of IHRO.

Objective

Information technology helps to build and grow the organization and generate maximum possible output. The time taken by different sectors to generate business is now minimised with an advancement in Information technology. It provides electronic security, storage, and efficient communication.

With the Information technology, we have seen and understood the meaning of globalization. Today, the world is on one platform and there are no physical barriers between nations. People are now ‘global’ citizens. IT plays a number of vital roles in organisations in improving communication, Inventory Management, decision making and data management.

The team of IHRO IT Cell upgrade the system and security according to the growth and suggestions.

Mr. Ravish Kumar Mishra

Mr. Manan Mishra

Objective

Human trafficking is the trade of humans for the purpose of forced labour, sexual slavery, or commercial sexual exploitation for the trafficker or others. This may encompass providing a spouse in the context of forced marriage or the extraction of organs or tissues including for surrogacy and ova removal. Human trafficking can occur within a country or trans-nationally. Human trafficking is a crime against the person because of the violation of the victim's rights of movement through coercion and because of their commercial exploitation. Human trafficking is the trade in people, especially women and children, and does not necessarily involve the movement of the person from one place to another.

As the extent of human trafficking is recognized, a number of approaches to tackling it have been developed. The first step to preventing human trafficking and prosecuting the traffickers is therefore to recognize the complexity of the crime which cannot be tackled in a vacuum. Anti-trafficking strategies have to be embedded in every policy area. Laudable efforts in this direction have already been made.

Objective

The Animal Welfare Board of India is a statutory advisory body on Animal Welfare Laws and promotes animal welfare in the country. An Act to prevent the infliction of unnecessary pain or suffering on animals and for that purpose to amend the law relating to the prevention of cruelty to animals. Animal welfare refers to the state of the animal; the treatment that an animal receives is covered by other terms such as animal care, animal husbandry, and humane treatment. Protecting an animal's welfare means providing for its physical and mental needs.

This cell works on the following :

1. Transportation of animals with rules

2. The prevention of cruelty to animals. (licensing of farriers, registration of cattle premises, capture of animals).

3. Ban on exhibition/ training

4. Animal birth control

5. Prevention of cruelty in slaughter houses

6. Prevention of cruelty in dog breeding and marketing

7. Prevention of cruelty in pet shops

Objective

The aim of a Food Forensic Cell is to determine the what, how and when of food safety and quality issues. This cell investigates and determines where and when food contamination has occurred, identify the type of contaminant and its source, and identify foreign taints and odours and their source. It also investigates many types of issues related to food, including food safety, nutrition, tampering, quality and non-compliance with regulatory requirements. Authority for these activities is provided by the various Acts and Regulations. The goal of the food safety investigation is to verify whether or not a food safety related hazard or contravention exists as well as to determine the nature and extent of the problem. They are to be done in a thorough, consistent and timely manner. Information obtained through the food safety investigation provides the basis for risk assessment and for the development of appropriate risk management strategies to control affected products. The IHRO team of cell investigates the food provided by any organization to check the quality standard e.g. Food distribution campaign done with the collaboration with Zomato under the scheme ‘IamFeedingIndia”.

Objective

India is very rich in its art & craft tradition. This core course intends to sensitize students towards the art & craft culture of Indian. It presents an introduction to various art and crafts related to Soft Materials (like textile, leather, paper and natural fibre), Hard Material (like wood, metal, and stone), and Fired Material (like ceramics, Earthenware, Stoneware, Terracotta, and Porcelain). The main motivation behind the formation of the cell is to provide every member with the opportunity to learn and develop a deeper understanding of Art, craft and culture through activities, performances, listening, and trips.

Objectives-

 To organize the competitions, internal celebrations and cultural programs in the states and countries.

 To encourage the budding talents of the culture and develop their creative skills.

 To provide the guidance and right platform to showcase their talents.

 To make the people confident and competitive.

 To foster club unity through music, dance, drama, practicing and performances.

 To prepare the state & countries to participate in state, national & international level competition.

 To promote the Indian handicraft, folk songs, folk dances and heritage culture on a big platform under Make in India Concept

Objective

Project financial planning, the process of determining projects costs and developing a budget, is essential to making smart decisions. The benefits of project financial planning are estimating profits, reducing financial risks, and planning for unexpected costs.

IHRO Team in this cell plan for the following: -

a) CSR Projects from Govt./Semi Govt./Corporations/Company funds

b) Donations for Health, Education, Environment and for any development work of IHRO

c) Membership campaigning

For the funds credit:

a) Expenditure of CSR funds for the activities for the funds received to help the community and to save the environment and Earth.

b) To start the work for old age homes, blind schools, orphanage, Persons with Disability (PWD, hungers, weaker section, and for arrangement of education and food facility for people living below poverty line. To start working to save environment by reducing the water, Air, Noise, soil and radioactive hazardous waste by implementing the action plan with the co-ordination of Govt. and Industrial Entrepreneur’s according to the Detailed Project Report (DPR) of IHRO

c) To organize the events on different occasion in states and countries.

Objective

Strategic planning is an organizational management activity that is used to set priorities, focus energy and resources, strengthen operations, ensure that employees and other stakeholders are working toward common goals, establish agreement around intended outcomes/results, and assess and adjust the organization’s direction in response to a changing environment. It is a disciplined effort that produces fundamental decisions and actions that shape and guide what an organization is, who it serves, what it does, and why it does it, with a focus on the future. Effective strategic planning articulates not only where an organization is going and the actions needed to make progress, but also how it will know if it is successful.

The 5 Steps of the Strategic Planning Process in IHRO

a) Determine your National and International strategic position.

b) Prioritize your objectives.

c) Develop a strategic plan.

d) Execute and manage plan.

e) Review and revise the plan.

Objective

Disasters occur throughout the world, each more destructive than the other. People lose their loved ones, homes, livelihoods and most importantly their resilience, leaving them emotionally weak and unable to bounce back from the catastrophe they have experienced. This cell aims to build resilient communities by equipping the most vulnerable with appropriate tools and technologies, sharing knowledge and skills and promoting linkage among stakeholders to prevent loss of life and suffering in case of a disaster.

A) Acting with urgency to save lives and help affected families get back on their feet

B) We also establish temporary learning centres to make sure education continues even in times of emergencies.

C) Utmost care is taken to ensure that all our work is done in adherence of local cultures and values and with due regard to human dignity and many more strategies which help in making earth a better place to live.

All the state team of IHRO takes the initiative during the pandemic COVID 19 around the country to help suffers by providing food, ration, medicines, for admission in hospitals and for arrangement of eminent life-saving services there, transportation facility to the emigrants to their states who are entrapped during lockdowns. Online certificate course program for Human rights free of cost from Sangam University, Rajasthan.

Objective

This cell annually organizes awards for eligible laureates.

 Excellence Awards to the heroes who work for the humanity in India and abroad for their contribution.

 Awards to the Corona Warriors for their hard work in Pandemic situation.

 Cell congratulates the astounding achievements of award-winning personalities with special pieces honouring their unique stories and their contributions to science and society.

Objective

Financial inclusion is a basic human right. Without it, people and their families may be put at risk of financial hardship, which can involve poverty, vulnerability and poor social or health outcomes. Greater financial inclusion across the globe can contribute to uplifting the Gross Domestic Product and assist more people to live with dignity and enjoy the right to self-determination. Significant efforts have been made by this cell in recent years to improve the livelihoods opportunities available to the world’s poor. A holistic development of the society is only possible through sustainability of the programmes and this is only possible through proper linkage of activities that is effectively implemented by the Organisation.

 IHRO organizes the food distribution drive with the MoU with Zomato to the hungers under the scheme “IamFeedingIndia”

 Free ration to the needy and sufferers

 Free medical Aid to the Poor and sufferers

 Free Legal Aid to the poor and sufferer

Objective

Transgender people have a gender identity or gender expression that differs from the sex that they were assigned at birth. Transgender people have raised a number of concerns including sexual abuse, discrimination at the workplace as well as problems in finding an accommodation in the city, A transgender cell within the organization has been designated duties to look into complaints of abuse as well as to reach out to the community. The cell will enable us to focus on issues faced by transgender. The data of transgender is to be maintained for every state. A cross survey campaign is under planning to be done to know the actual issues faced by transgender.

Objective

Provisions have been made in the Constitution of India to preserve the rights of those aged above 60. ... Article 41 of the Constitution secures the right of senior citizens to employment, education and public assistance. It also ensures that the state must uphold these rights in cases of disability, old age or sickness. Close to 18 million elderly in India are homeless. Senior citizens living in poverty face abandonment by their own families as they cannot earn an income. Many a times, they are left with no choice but to beg to survive. Many elderly are left alone after their children move to the cities in search of better livelihood. In the last few days of their lives, who will they look up to? Support an old age home to make sure that in their old age, these senior citizens are taken care of. The main objective of this cell is to improve the quality of life of the Senior Citizens by providing basic amenities like shelter, food, medical care and entertainment opportunities and by encouraging productive and active ageing through providing support. This cell of IHRO approach the Govt. to handover the old age homes and night shelters prepared by them to run for serving the humanity

Objective

Across the globe, millions of people face segregation, exploitation, and physical and psychological abuse because of their caste or other inherited status into which they are born. The caste system is the bane for the society around the globe. It divides the global society into sectarian groups and classes. Even today, it plays a predominant role in the society despite the growth of culture and civilisation. The roots of the caste system are traced back to the ancient ages. While one view discriminates between the castes as upper and lower castes on the basis of their origin, another view traces the origin of the castes to varnas which classifies the caste system on the basis of their functions. Since then, it was found that undue advantage was taken by the section of people having an upper hand and a say in the community, leading to discrimination and exploitation of the weaker sections of community. Article 15- Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth. It prohibits discrimination on the grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth.

This cell creates a feeling of oneness and works on the following parameters

1. Right to Equality

2. Equality Before Law

3. Equality in Matters of Public Employment

4. Abolition of Untouchability

5. Abolition of Titles

We indeed have a long way to go in achieving the objectives set to eradicate and abolish discrimination, on the basis of caste and creed. It now depends on our efforts and a change in our mind-set is sure to see a perpetual change, bringing about equality for all. IHRO Legal team gives legal aid to the victims who are bearing discrimination for caste, colour, creed and community.

Objective

The 21st century is witnessing the advent of exciting technologies, and we see an era that can safely be regarded as an era of innovations. If we were to keep up the pace with the rapidly evolving technologies, we should offer holistic human resource development programs to make the most of this demographic advantage and in turn boost the nation’s economy. Components of the New Skills are incumbent to the new-age leaders.

This cell of IHRO under process for offering Entrepreneurship cum Skill Development Programmes (ESDPs) and Training of Trainers Programmes including Bakery Products, AC, Refrigerator and Water Cooler Repair, CAD/CAM, Catering, Computer Accounting with Tally, Cyber Café, Glass Cutting and Polishing, Heat Treatment, Gaming with Flash, Lens Grinding, Microprocessor application and programming, machining and Microsoft C. Training of Trainers including in EDSP in fashion designing, technology infusion cum skill development programs and others. This will not only add to the employability but will also offer plenty of opportunities for career growth around the globe.

IHRO Pollution Control Board

IHRO has constituted a Board consisting of eminent Environmental Scientists, Educationists, Bureaucrats and Other Stakeholders. We at IHRO are working to motivate people and industry professionals to curb environmental pollution. IHRO has also been making efforts to work with industry, govt and society towards the alarming levels of pollution in India. We wish to hold awareness camps and consultations with various sections of the society to educate each one to be sensitive to the pollution being caused. We invite specialists in this field to come forward and help in our endeavour.

Board Members
  • Dr Nem Singh Premi
  • Dr M K Vajpayee
  • Padma Shri Dr Kanwal Singh Chauhan
  • Dr Rajesh Kumar
  • Varsha Shrivastav
  • Dr Smita Mishra
  • Adv Chandra Lal
  • Adv Sangeeta Sharma
  • Dr Shaiju David Alfie
  • Mr Rajesh Mehtas
  • Dr Deependra Chahar