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Bringing researchers around the world for faster delivery of benefits from science and research.

About IRPC

 The Role of IRPC

The IRPC has taken up the cause of promotion of research activities in the developed world and stands to play a pivotal role in countering the research problems in developing world by its active involvement.

The involvement is in:

  1. Coordinating research projects on relevant problems in the developing and under developed countries.
  2. Coordinating the activities of various agencies and the governments for the harmonius working to ensure optimum standard in the quantity of life for everybody irrespective of caste, creed, race and nationality.
  3. Coordinating the establishment of specialized instrumentation centers with financial aid from the developed economies.
  4. A united forum-World Scientists Forum-constituted by scientists from developed and developing countries will be formed for interaction, co-operation and mutual assistance in all matters connected with research in science and medicine, beyond the socio cultural differences and ensure healthy and optimum facilities for life.

 Penetrative Roles of IRPC

  • All branches of science and medicine
  • Co-coordinating and Supervising the activities of "THE WORLD SCIENTISTS FORUM FOR INTERACTION AND CO-OPERATION IN THE DEVELOPMENTAL ACTIVITIES OF THIRDWORLD COUNTRIES AND FOR WORLD PEACE".


Researches in developing economies-Why are they behind?

Research in the developing economies, falls back nearly by ten years in most areas of science and health when compared to that of developed countries. While research is the backbone of science, compared to that of developed economies advancements in areas relevant to a specific country, developing or underdeveloped countries have provided it a very low priority. In the developing countries, the major obstacles facing research are:

  1. Paucity of funds and faulty channelisation of available funds.
  2. Lack of production and availability of research materials such as quality controlled reagents and chemicals.
  3. The delay in getting research materials manufactured in developed countries through import.
  4. Difficulties encountered in accessing required equipments and absence of custom analysis centers.
  5. Lack of encouragement and financial support from the parent institution.
  6. Non-availability or networking of up-to-date information.
  7. Lack of advanced training to scientists
  8. Lack of financial support to attend conferences, seminars, and workshops and training programs etc.- a very serious handicap of the scientists from developing countries.
  9. Lack of acceptance and recognition.
  10. Poverty and illiteracy of the population
  11. Lack of proper transfer of technology by advanced training of scientist in major institutions, and exchange programs in institutions where related research activities have been conducted successfully with more advanced facilities
  12. Lack of job security of the scientists
  13. Other facts such as the unscientific approaches towards research by the government agencies, untimely release of funds for sanctioned and ongoing projects, erratic power supply and poor working conditions etc
  14. Lack of research and development tie-ups and activities with industries
  15. Lack of proper planning

Chapter Highlights

  • Australian Chapter:- Dr Pam McGrath and her team, International Program of Psycho-Social Health Research (IPP-SHR), have worked closely with IRPC on a range of research projects.
  • Australian Chapter:- Hamish Holewa, IPP-SHR has contributed to the development of IRPC's journal, the Austral-Asian Journal of Cancer, a HERDC recognised, peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary cancer journal.
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