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humanity research council

Hmanity Research Council (HRC)


In a 1961 essay, the Educational Policies Commission wrote, “The purpose which runs through and strengthens all other educational purposes— the common thread of education— is the development of the ability to think.” They go on to state, “… in the general area of the development of the ability to think, there is a field for new research of the greatest importance.”

One of the most important tasks of human society is making people smarter. What technological advancement could possibly top an understanding of human cognition and the development of methods to enhance thinking abilities?  We believe there are none. The great unsolved puzzle of the mechanism of functioning of the human brain is the most fascinating and challenging frontier before us yet to be explored and understood. This understanding can only come from research.

Research leads to an expansion of knowledge and discoveries of new social treatments and cures. Research efforts have also led to breakthroughs in all of the segments and sectors of human’s life, mainly in food, shelter and cloth.

The importance of social research is reflected in its ability to provide fact-checked and well-validated answers to questions involving human interactions.

Social research replaces the often costly and time-consuming approach to determining best-practice approaches through trial-and-error. The results of social research, which can be either qualitative or quantitative, range from the statistical data obtained from ancient historical records to an understanding of the dynamics of day-to-day life in the modern world.

The complexities of human cognition and of understanding how people learn lead to complexities in the design of high-quality educational research. The challenge of doing field research as opposed to clinical research only increases the complexity of the task. This leads to a reliance on the preponderance of the evidence as being more valuable than a single, elegant experiment, such as is often done in the natural sciences. This acknowledgment does not diminish the importance of the single experiment. There can be no preponderance of the evidence without the individual investigations.

Keeping in view all the aforementioned ins and outs of the contemporary requirement of the research, HRC tends to achieve the following hallmarks via Research Journals, articles and periodicals, conferences and seminars along with research projects and workshops:

  • Recognizing and trying to account for odd natural occurrences,
  • Attempting to understand ordinary events that seem to defy explanation
  • Analyzing one’s own behavior (and trying to explain it)
  • Using deductive reasoning and trying to determine whether general principles apply in a given situation or context
  • Noticing the inconsistency between results reported by other researchers pertaining to the same psychological/social/political event or process
  • Examining the impact of a particular contextual variable on apsychological/social/political event or process
  • Investigating alternative manipulations of an independent variable
  • Following up on a “suggestion for future research” in the discussion section of a published article
  • Uncovering and addressing potential flaws in extant research
  • Extending a theory into a new domain or applying it to a new situation we do believe that the researchers do need to find their own


Provision of research which aimed to inform action. HRC seek to contextualize its findings within the larger body of research.  Focusing on research which must always be high quality in order to produce knowledge that is applicable outside of the research setting with implications that go beyond the group that has participated in the research.  Furthermore, the upshots of HRC should have implications for policy and project implementation; to share all these endings with the surrounding in order to make possible, a prospers and healthy humanity. To encourages all volunteers to consider developing a research study to contribute important knowledge to the human care community on a global scale. Pursuing a research project will be a challenging and rewarding experience, but this opportunity enables us to pursue an in-depth original study about a topic of interest.


Well-conducted research is vital to the success of global social endeavors. Not only does our research form the foundation of program development and policies all over the world, but it can also be translated into effective global social welfare programs. HRC Research shall draw its power from the fact that it is empirical: rather than merely theorizing about what might be effective or what could work, because researchers go out into the field and design studies that give policymakers hard data on which they can base their decisions. Our good research produces result that are examinable by peers, methodologies that can be replicated, and knowledge that can be applied to real-world situations. HRC seeks to brand Researchers work as a team in regard to enhance our knowledge of how to best address the world’s problems.



Aims and Objectives

  • To establish various think tanks for exploring and researching the issues regarding humanity
  • To reduce the gap between research and practice
  • To facilitate the researchers, scholars, resource persons and practitioners to come on one platform
  • To share their findings of the research with the rest of the world so that informed decisions can be taken to improve vicinities and societies as a whole.
  • To provide publishing platform to researchers and scholars from different field.
  • To widen the level of global knowledge sharing by setting the stage for researchers & creative writers to interact with a community of readers across the globe.
  • To create avenues for promotion and publication of research papers about and from social, economically and culturally weakened sections of the society across the world.


Plan of Operation

HRC will exercise and manage the following tasks and chores on earlier basis under the spirit of HDS.

  • Launching of research journals
  • Organizing of conferences and symposiums
  • Arrangements of research workshops and seminars
  • Evolving of research-based Thinks Tanks
  • Promotion of research work of various scholars
  • Publishing standard books and references on various social and public issues
  • Encouraging the undergraduate students to flourish their researching skills
  • Mobilizing research tools and devices towards practical actions
  • Providing research opportunities to the scholars and students
  • Accessing the national youth to approach the global research data base
  • Sharing of free e-Books with the common people
  • Facilitating the deserving students to achieve scholarships for their higher studies