Institution - Kovise Foundation

Institution

KOVISE FOUNDATION CONFLICT RESOLUTION INTERNATIONAL (KFCRI)

Kovise Foundation Conflict Resolution International (KFCRI) was established in the year 2016, under the aegis of KOVISE FOUNDATION to disseminate the required Research and Development of Conflict Resolutions thereby facilitating peace and economic balance with effective resolution of all categories of disputes in socio, economic and political arena worldwide administering Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) mechanism with Institutional Framework along with long term capacity building programmes seeding globally.

KFCRI is a first of its kind institution providing in ADR Practice Accreditation in all aspects of ADR as well as maintains a functioning administrative centre to manage and empower a Dispute Resolution mechanisms used by clients worldwide.

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KOVISE FOUNDATION CHAMBER OF AGRICULTURE (KFCOA)

Agricultural Education Imparting traditional and scientific knowledge in agriculture practices from production to marketing of agriculture products with intervention of innovative technology and legal adaptability wherever applicable.

Networking KFCOA member networks thrives as a way to pool ideas, exchange perspectives, offer moral and technical support, and share resource leads with each other.

Market-Led Agriculture Adopting new farming approaches involving productivity to profitability, subsistence to commercial agriculture, local market to export market, mono cropping to crop diversity and so on.

Agriculture Arbitration Opting Arbitration for dispute resolution in Agriculture commodity and trade.

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KOVISE HALL

KOVISE FOUNDATION with utmost care for the society and mankind initiate the Himalayan task of promoting the value of education mainly based on the learning ideology of Sri.Rabindranath Tagore. The paramount objective is to make the fundamentals of life to reach the core society with clear thoughts and ideas. In this mission KOVISE HALL facilitates by sowing the seed of NEED BASED PEDAGOGY. The world of learning specific to the Renaissance has become imminent due to fundamentals being carried away by advance knowledge.

KOVISE HALL is providing the platform to all who are interested to learn through exploration. It emphasizes on freedom of learning on the beneficiaries proposal. KOVISE HALL imbibed the informal learning ideology of Sri Rabindranath Tagore who made a reform in freedom of education.

The founder of KOVISE FOUNDATION, Mrs.Surya Narmada, follower of Sri Rabindranath Tagore’s education ideology conducted many trainings in the field of agriculture and the results were overwhelming. The same is tried to be repeated in our schools.

KOVISE HALL initiated two types of Schools - Farm School & Infed School

PHOTO MIRAGE

A good snapshot keeps a moment from running away.

Photo Mirage, a photo club an initiative of KOVISE was made by Mr.Krishnan Soundarrajan and Master. Pranav Inbavijayan and officially launched on 14 November 2016. The members of this photo club shall concentrate on capturing rural life and landscapes and environmental related issues in their lens in India and worldwide.

Photos are accepted with respect to rural landscapes, technologies and nature and environment India and Worldwide. Photos for photo mirage page can be exclusively submitted to [email protected]


KOVISE FOUNDATION RURAL EVOLUTION CENTRE (KF REC)

KOVISE FOUNDATION plans to set out a beautiful future for India's countryside by establishing Model Rural Centre. It is been our long term goal to transform our rural areas into places with thriving businesses, pleasant living environments, social etiquette and civility, effective governance and prosperity.

  • • Efforts will be made to nurture agriculture through industrial development, and use urban development to drive rural development.
  • • Progress will be accomplished in rural education, increasing farmers' income, facilitating the employment of rural labor force as well as preserving and refining rural culture.
  • • Rural residents should continue to fulfill and spread core socialist values, promote moral education, and pass down the essence of traditional rural culture.
  • • Attention will be paid to the quality of poverty reduction, while consideration will be given to increasing people's confidence in their own ability to lift themselves out of poverty and helping them acquire knowledge.
  • • The first model REC will be established in our native village Seelathikulam of Tirunelveli District.