Iconic Tata institutions
The Tata group's commitment to nation building is evident from some of the country's top-notch centres for education and research
Indian Institute of Science
The Indian Institute of Science has produced Nobel laureates, trained many of India's greatest scientists and helped nurture some of the country's finest scientific institutions
Tata Institute of Social Sciences
Tata Institute of Social Sciences is a pioneer in the field of social work education in the Asia-Pacific region. The institute has made significant contributions in the domains of social policy and planning, intervention strategies and human resource development
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
The need to improve India's scientific temper and strengthen the nation's science infrastructure were the objectives that drove scientist Homi J Bhabha and JRD Tata, the late chairman of the Tata group, to pursue their vision of establishing TIFR in Bombay [now Mumbai] back in 1945.
Tata Memorial Centre
The Tata Memorial Centre is a comprehensive centre for cancer research and treatment. It is a landmark on the global health map where about 60 per cent of patients seeking primary care are treated free of charge.
JRD Tata Ecotechnology Centre
The flag bearer of the ecotechnology movement in India, JRDTEC is part of the MS Swaminathan Research Foundation, Chennai. Established in 1996, it is devoted to seeding and encouraging sustainable development, one that protects the environment while also benefiting the people who depend on it.
Tata Medical Center
The Tata Medical Center in Kolkata, India, is a state-of-the-art centre for cancer research, diagnosis and treatment.
National Centre for the Performing Arts
The National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA) in Mumbai was born of the vision of JRD Tata and Dr Jamshed Bhabha. Inaugurated in 1969, it is the first world-class, multi-venue, multi-purpose cultural centre to be built in South Asia.