OUR VISION: TO ENRICH THE NATION WITH TECHNOLOGY ENABLED POLICY OPTIONS FOR EQUITABLE GROWTH

About CSTEP

Center for Study of Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP) is an Indian not-for-profit research organisation incorporated in 2005 u/s 25 of The Companies Act, 1956. As one of the largest Think Tanks in South Asia, its vision is to enrich the nation with technology-enabled policy options for equitable growth. CSTEP has grown to become a multi-disciplinary policy research organisation in the areas of Energy, Infrastructure, Security Studies, Materials, Climate Studies and Governance.

CSTEP's mission: Impact policy at governmental and corporate levels by assessing and designing science and technology options with informed and systematic analysis for (equitable and inclusive) human development and economic growth.

CSTEP is recognised as a Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation by the Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India. The Center is supported by grants from domestic and international foundations, industry trusts and governments. Grants and donations made to CSTEP are eligible for exemptions u/s 80 (G) of the Income Tax Act, 1961. CSTEP is also registered under the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 2010.

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CSTEPs Diary

  • Talk by Dr. Cliff Davidson

    Dr. Cliff Davidson, Environmental Engineering Program Director, Syracuse University delivered a lecture on ‘Storm Water Management' at CSTEP read more

  • FOWIND Report Release Event

    The FOWIND Consortium organised an event on June 16, 2015 to release two reports on pre-feasability studies conducted for offshore wind development in read more

  • Research in Sustainable Urbanisation

    A report titled 'Sustainable Cities and Rapid Urbanisation: Mapping Institutions, Researchers and Funders in India', prepared by Amaltas Consu read more

  • Expert Group on 175 GW Renewable Energy

    NITI Aayog has nominated CSTEP to be member of an Expert Group to provide policy recommendations on achieving 175 GW of Renewable Energy capacity in I read more