Find ARTI’s work interesting? Like to be a part of it?
There are many ways in which you can work with ARTI.
Explore this section to find out how…
Want to try out an idea?: Research and Development
ARTI is open to provide guidance and expertise to those who wish to develop a novel rural technology or carry forward our existing technologies. We also have a few young scientists and professionals who are carrying out their own R&D projects, funded by external funding agencies.
Young hands join our endeavour: Projects for school and college students
Students are encouraged to develop sensitivity towards our environment and learn about sustainable development through appropriate rural technologies by participating in our projects – carry out simple experiments, work on novel ideas, document their findings and even visit our field centres if need be. However, only a limited number of students can be provided such opportunities at our centres – based on our available on-field expertise and on students’ self-motivation.
Spread the word: Taking our technologies to the masses
We welcome volunteers who wish to spread the word about ARTI’s useful technologies and products amongst their neighbours and in their communities. It could be for improved cookstoves in your village, the Sarai cooking system for hutments near your residence or the compact biogas system for your residential society – we provide information and support demonstrations as per requirement and demand.
Like-minded people/organizations can participate in disseminating information by also providing ARTI a platform in their public functions and forums to reach out to masses.
Support our work: Donations
Brimming with ideas on potential new technologies and also working towards empowering a larger populace of rural India, there are a number of areas in which ARTI looks for funding support. Individuals / organizations can financially support even specific projects or our public outreach programmes. All donations would be gratefully accepted and duly acknowledged.
ARTI's Village Development Plan
ARTI is currently seeking donations for its Village Development Plan.