ISET Foundation

A Non-Government/ Non-profit Orgnaization Registered under Society Registration Act of 1860, Govt. of India, New Delhi


ISET Foundation has been established mainly for the promotion of science education focus in the suburban and rural area of India. In India, nearly 70 percent of the country’s population lives in rural areas where, for the first time since independence, the overall growth rate of population has sharply declined, according to the latest census. Of the 121 crore Indian, 83.3 crores live in rural areas while 37.7 crores stay in urban areas, said the census of India’s 2011 Provisional Population Totals of Rural-Urban Distribution in the country, released by Union Home Secretary. In India, the science education is having little strength towards development and innovation than other developing and developed countries mainly in rural.

According to UGC, approximately 20 million students get enrollment in various courses yearly, among 19%, students only enroll in science and 16% students enrolled in engineering and technology that’s why we choose to work in the promotion of the Indian science education. Along with the promotion of Scientific education, it has been focused on awareness towards health issues, consolidate Science and Society, Science & technology based agriculture. It has been also focused to build Healthcare centers, build free science libraries, and build scientific institutions in the rural areas.

  1. Also aim to organize health-related awareness program in rural and suburban areas and to promote modern agricultural techniques among the farmer’s and makes to aware them about modern way to increase the yield of the crops and also educate them to adopt modern and economic agriculture instead of traditional one. Educate them to use more and more bio-fertilizers/organic, instead of inorganic one
  2. Promote Gross root level technologies.
  3. Perform and promote the activities related to social welfare.


Dr. Sandeep Kumar Singh

Founder President and CEO, Lucknow, India

I am a Neurobiologist with a strong background in Biochemistry and Biomedicine. I have dedicated more than 6 years to Neuroscience Research and used animal models system to investigate the therapeutic potential for Alzheimer’s disease using synthetic as well as natural compounds in drosophila model system.

After obtaining my M.Sc. degree in Biotechnology, I completed my PhD form Department of Biochemistry, Institute of Science, Banaras Hindu University then moved to the Department of Neurobiology, The University of Chicago, IL, USA and worked on the role of microbial immune responses in AD pathogenesis. Currently I am Founder President of a non-profit organization in India named Indian Science Education and Technology Foundation (ISET Foundation) and working in the field of Neurobiology and Biotechnology Research Promotion.

The last 6 years research work come up with a couple of nice publications to my credit in journals of international repute like (International Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, Neurotoxicity Research, Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity, BBRC, Neurochemical Research, Neuroscience Letter, Current Drug Metabolism etc.) and 2 book chapter as mentioned in my CV. Member of editorial board of several International neuroscience related journals. Also member of several scientific societies like INDIAN ACADEMY OF NEUROSCIENCES, ALZHEIMER’S AND RELATED DISORDERS SOCIETY OF INDIA, American Academy of Neurology, International Society of Neurochemistry, Member of American Society of Neurochemistry.


On behalf of ISET Foundation, I wish you all a very happy Krishna Janmashtami...🙏🙏 ... See MoreSee Less

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Scientific Session at Neelima Public School, Lucknow:

ISET Foundation has organized a Scientific interactive session at #NeelimaPublicSchool, Lucknow. Sonia (ISET Foundation’s Volunteer) started the session by interacting with the students with the question of what they think Scientist are and what they do? Then explained them about this question in detail and further a Scientific Drawing Completion organize on the theme “If you become a Scientist” Then asked and explained some general questions like why trees don't walk, or how you can see things on TV which are not there in reality. The session ended with felicitation of best 3 drawings which was chosen based on creativity and out of the box thinking on the above topic. All the students showed great enthusiasm and interest which could be seen in their drawing, they drew the matter according to their interest and was wonderful, One can see in pics attached below. Again, I appreciate #Sonia’s efforts to organize such a wonderful scientific Workshop and Scientific Drawing completion for the students. ..🙏🙏
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On behalf of ISET Foundation, I wish you all Happy Independence day and Raksha Bandhan together...Stay happy always, Proud to be Indian... ... See MoreSee Less

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Many many Congratulations to Ekta and Ankita for being active Volunteer of ISET Foundation.. ... See MoreSee Less

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