To make Skilled, Empowered, Prosperous, Environment-friendly and Crime-free States through various Employability Enhancement and Entrepreneurship Development Programs along with promotion of culture and customs of States concerned.
The International Police Commission - IPC India (Peace Building Commission Defence Version)(Intergovernmental Law Enforcement Consortium) is a non-profit, peacekeeping and socio-economic development organization based in the Republic of India with extension in other UN nations. The International Police Commission – IPC India has also been accepted and registered by the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME), Government of India to work in the category of Extraterritorial Organization like the United Nations and its Agencies such as IMF, World Bank, European Commission, OPEC, etc. and also recognized by the Central Vigilance Commission, Government of India to act against Corruption. The Constitution and Charter of the IPC India has already been legally notarized in India. It is also a Member of the United Nations Office of the Drugs and Crimes “UNODC”. The IPC India currently spearheaded in India by Dr. Arvind Kumar Sharma, Commanding General of the IPC India and consists of members, a force of strong men and women nationwide, from various professional lines such as businessmen, doctors, engineers, architects, lawyers, retired and active peace officers of the law, soldiers, veterans and other professionals who stand for peace, justice, liberty and democracy. Being a paramilitary group, the entitlement of military ranking is adopted. As per Constitution and Bylaws corroborate that Officers and Personnel shall be conferred with military rank in order to enforce the highest and strict discipline within the rank and file, a sublime objective in bringing the Officers and Personnel with the finest camaraderie. The IPC India expects support and cooperation from all well renowned duly registered Ex-CPMFs Personnel Welfare Associations as their honorable members are already trained, cultured and committed. We are thankful to all and solicit their togetherness with us to train the general public by providing self defense training and values of our ancient culture mainly to rural and sub-urban areas at a reasonable charge.
The Society for Networking, Empowerment & Holistic Action "SNEHA" is a multi-issue institution, supporting a range of development activities that pave the way towards equality, economic growth, job creation, higher incomes, and better living conditions. The SNEHA is composed of institutional leaders, policy planners and senior diplomats engaged in advancing the international dimensions of the developmental initiatives and provide opportunities to join forces, exchange ideas, share institutional strategies, and provide an effective voice on matters of public policy. The SNEHA's operational work is complemented by analytical studies that support the design of policies to reduce poverty. The SNEHA advises governments on ways to broaden the base of economic growth and protect the poor from economic shocks.
Our team consists of prominent Justices, Bureaucrats including other officers from IFS, IAS, IRS, IPS, Military and Paramilitary Forces Officers, Active UN Executives, Educationists, Diplomats, Medical Doctors and Health Professionals, Peace Activists, Human Rights Activists, Investors, Partner Government, Journalists and with the Partner organizations, the IOED has strived to promote Skilled, environment friendly, clean, safe and crime-free societies..
In its early days of operation, IOED gained authoritative standing through signing MOU with the Sovereign Nations, National and International Organizations and formed:
1. Agriculture and Natural Resources Commission
2. Education and Scientific Research Commission
3. Environment, Tourism, Culture and Art Commission
4. Foreign Relations Commission for Diplomatic Relations with Sovereign Nations
5. Human Rights Commission
6. India - Africa ICT Knowledge Consortium
7. International Academy for Social Excellence
8. International Bilateral and Multilateral Trade Commission - IBTC
9. Internet TV Media News Network - ITVMNN in the partnership of the BARC
10. Peace Building Commission (International Police Commission Defence Version)
11. Public Health Commission
12. Tribal Skill Development Chair
13. Consortium of Sovereign Nations
14. Consortium of Higher Education.
- Strengthening the analytical content of its intergovernmental debate, particularly regarding skill development and educational management and international financial and monetary issues.
- Broadening the scope of its activities to assist developing countries in their efforts to integrate into the world trading system.
This international training centre should be constructed, all of which require the inhabitants of this centre will be self-produced. A possible surplus production can then be sold to the public outsiders to a financial cushion for things that can be produced to have no self. So you can, apart from the starting phase to carry out the training at almost no charge.
The first training centre should include teachers and trainees from different countries. This would ensure that the trainees can further play the role as an instructor in their country. On this basis, global education of young people from poorer countries or rural areas is secured where especially poor conditions prevail. It can therefore almost all occupations are included in the training.
So you could continue the training of construction workers of different divisions (bricklayer, carpenter, roofers, plumbers, electricians, etc.), through which the foundations for living and training areas are created. Then the training can begin in other professions.
Through our Primary Mission “Educational Development and Economic Cooperation” which is based upon the “Multipurpose Educational-cum-Training-cum-Service-cum-Business Centres” we can change the mindset of our youth living in rural and sub-urban areas to make them “Development Partner” for the development of the particular developing Nation.
Scholarship available to all the candidates who belong to the economically weaker sections.
Job Placement on Local, National and International level is also available in order to serve the developing Nations.
Project Funding including Project Reports for the Micro and Small Entrepreneurs is readily available from the Banks.
Foreign Funding is also available for the Medium and Large Infrastructure and Humanitarian Projects as per conditions of the Foreign Direct Investment of the Government of the Particular Nation.
Philosophy and Origin of the International Organization for Educational Development - IOED Since we advance the Twenty first Century, a number of major challenges face by citizens around the world as they interrelate with one another as individuals, groups, and with nature. Globalization of education, trade and of communications has created a very consistent world. So far the terrific gaps between the rich and the poor continue to broaden both within, and between nations. Sustainable development remains an intangible long-term goal, too often sacrificed for short-term gains.
It is imperative that higher education offer solutions to existing problems and innovate to avoid problems in the future. Whether in the economic, political, or social realms, higher education is expected to contribute to raising the overall quality of life, worldwide. To fulfill its role effectively and maintain excellence, higher education must become far more internationalized; it must integrate an international and intercultural dimension into its teaching, research, and service functions. Education is the largest single activity in the world, involving over 1000 million students and 50 million teachers at all levels, not counting millions of others in educational support activities. But its importance stems not merely from its size but also from its role as institutionalized knowledge - the principal repository, producer, disseminator and transmission belt of all forms of knowledge given the magnitude of the problems at stake and the need to address about the place of developing countries in education and international trade led many of these countries to call for the establishment of a full-fledged organization specifically devoted to tackling these problems and identifying appropriate international actions on educational development besides strengthening the economic cooperation among the intergovernmental bodies and member countries for implementing educational programmes having social, cultural, technical, economic and positive contents for the optimum development.
Guided by the vision of United Nations in meeting common global challenges and opportunities, IOED works to strengthen and improve the United Nations objectives. We achieve this through the engagement of people who share a global mindset and support international cooperation global citizens. At present, the IOED is based in various member countries through its headquarter agreements, a unique forum permitting governments of the industrialized democracies to study and formulate the best policies possible in all education, economic and social spheres. In its convention, the new organization was charged with promoting policies designed to: - achieve the highest sustainable economic growth and human resource capital and a rising standard of living in member countries, while maintaining financial stability, and thus contribute to the development of the world economy; -contribute to sound economic expansion in member and non-member countries in the process of human resources development; and contribute to the expansion of world trade on a multilateral, non-discriminatory basis in accordance with international obligations.
The IOED differs from other inter-governmental organizations in three respects: As it has neither supra-national legal powers, nor financial resources for loans or subsidies, its sole function is direct co-operation among the governments of its member countries. At the IOED, international co-operation means co-operation among nations essentially on domestic policies where these interact with those of other countries, in particular through trade and investment. Co-operation usually means that member countries seek to adapt their domestic policies to minimize conflict with other countries. Governments frequently seek to learn from each others' experience with specific domestic policies before they adopt their own courses of action, whether legislative or administrative. By focusing the expertise of various IOED Directorates and of various member government departments on specific issues, the IOED approach benefits in particular from a multidisciplinary dimension.
The organization deals both with general macro-economic and with more specific or sectoral issues. Experience shows that the fields in which the IOED serves as a vehicle for international discussion and cooperation are becoming increasingly numerous because of the rapid growth of international interdependence. Through globalization of the world economy, national borders are, in part, losing their economic meaning. The policies of individual countries are more and more affected and constrained by the interaction of domestic policies of one nation on those of another. Many policies that previously had little international impact now have consequences for trade and investment and may generate friction with other countries. The IOED offers a forum for its members to discuss and study such developments and to develop collaborative and co-operative approaches to the management of their economies.
The International Organization for Educational Development - IOED is an International Body duly registered with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs and other Agencies of the Government of India. It is an International Socio-economic Development Organization aimed at the development through education.
The International Organization for Educational Development - IOED established and registered in India as company limited by shares Not for Profit U/s 8 of the Companies Act, 2013, International Organization (IO) Status was approved by the cabinet secretariat, President House of the Republic of India in 2015 and revised MOA approved in 2016 is an international/inter-governmental fully accredited permanent diplomatic mission under a charter and constitutional protocol, having special Extraterritorial Status like the United Nations and its Agencies such as IMF, World Bank, European Commission, OPEC, etc. based upon the International Convention of Vienna on 18th April 1961 & 1963 concerning Diplomatic and Consular Relations and connected with the States and Organizations through HQ Agreements. Headquarters of the IOED is in the capital city of India, Delhi and Regional Headquarters is in the capital city of the Republic of Moldova, having Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations since 2020 is a Development International Institution (DII) connected with the Sovereign States by the Headquarter Agreements which sought to establish a permanent organization in various countries to continue work on a joint skill development program and in particular to supervise the distribution of aid for social development. The IOED is responsible for dealing with developmental issues, particularly Diplomatic Relations, Educational Development (Research & Training), Cultural Relationship, Economic Cooperation and Security – the main drivers of development. Its work can be summed up in three words: think, debate, and deliver.
♦ International Organization (IO) Status was approved by the Cabinet Secretariat, President House of the India on 5th February, 2015.
♦ Our Mission “Educational Development and Economic Cooperation in all the sectors on the International level as Diplomatic Mission as per International Convention of Vienna on 18th April 1961 & 1963 concerning Diplomatic and Consular Relations and HQ Agreements with the Nations” registered/ approved on 1st February, 2016.
♦ The IOED have already signed Treaty/ Agreement with so many International Organizations and the Sovereign Nations like Indigenous Peoples of Germany, Republic of Philippines, Republic of Zambia and Republic of Moldova, etc. In many UN Nations the agreements are in active process to sign the IOED HQ Agreement.
♦ It is an organization with global mandates, generally funded by the contributions from the national governments and also an organization with an international membership, scope, or presence. It is a Group having members from more than one country, government or non-governmental, profit or non-profit.
♦ Considering the above noted facts, the International Organization for Educational Development - IOED is an International Autonomous Sovereign Body duly accepted by the UN Nations by signing the Headquarter Agreements and MoUs. It is an International Socio-economic Development Organization aimed at the development through education.
The IOED has envisaged a master plan paradigm based on the meetings held in March and June 2014 under the Chairmanship of Dr. Arvind Kumar Sharma, the Executive President and Chairman of Board of Governors.
In its early days of operation, IOED gained authoritative standing:
As an intergovernmental forum for North-South dialogue and negotiations on issues of interest to developing and under privileged countries, including debates on the "Skill development and human resources capital" for its analytical research and policy advice on development issues.
The conclusion of the Headquarter agreement with the Republic of Germany in the establishment of the IOED in the Republic of Germany, which led to a strengthening of the legal framework governing international organization status.
In the light of these developments, IOED multiplied efforts aimed at:
Strengthening the analytical content of its intergovernmental debate, particularly regarding skill development and education management and international financial and monetary issues
Broadening the scope of its activities to assist developing countries in their efforts to integrate into the world trading system
IOED highlighted the need for a differentiated approach to the problems of developing countries. It has adopted a political declaration – "The Spirit of Internalization" – as a strategy to address the development agenda in a globalizing world.
The IOED acts under the aegis and mandate of the United Nations General Assembly’s Resolution No. 179 (II) of November 21, 1947 and Vienna’s Convention of April 18, 1961 on diplomatic and consular relations and her international competent courts, especially the International Justice Court of Hague which provides the international institutions connected with United Nations, with the instruments of their functioning..
The IOED exercises direct authority and institutional competence pursuant to International Treaties and Conventions which are above national laws of the states and does not receive any instruction from outside.
IOED freely recruits (hires) her staff, collaborators and agents based on the competencies, integrity and the national origin of the applicant, the percentage of the natives of a country is not governed by a special rule in the framework of the IOED. The status of the Official can be either statutory or contractual, the Official is to exclusively devote to the duties of his responsibility and abide by diverse principles, viz., integrity, loyalty, respect, interestedness, independence of action towards the members, obedience to the hierarchical authority and professional confidentiality. In addition, he should be endowed with an international spirit and bound by tact, reserve and a strict political neutrality duty during his/her service.
IOED has her own Civil Services Matters Internal Court (CSMIC) (Cf. the IOED’s Department of the Civil Services Matters In-House Court) which covers all her international officials and agents, the exercise of the basic civil liberties (opinions, speeches, freedom of association, scientific liberties etc.), as well as administrative and jurisdictional guarantees which protect their status and jobs, the principle of allegiance would not hinder their right covered by the CSMIC.
The IOED’s Budget derives from the contribution of her members and her financial partners (government, state government, municipalities, private donors, co-operation funds, investments banks etc.) IOED has a full and distinct financial personality and does not receive any subsidy or capital grants from the States.
The IOED’s Effective International Utility comes under signing of Headquarter Agreements to be executed with several countries, which opens a direct interest to all the countries in order for them to access the possibility to enjoy her investment for the development of their countries.
The IOED’s International Rights: “Any Treaty in force between parties must be executed in good faith by them”.
The object of these Agreements being concise and the ones concerning the entire International Community, they therefore, constitute a commitment with legal impacts which produce their universally recognized full appropriate powers. Of the foregoing, the IOED enjoys a dominating position internationally, the signing of a Headquarter Agreement with a State, creating therefore some rights internationally, the IOED acquires some Diplomatic and Consular Relations rights which are recognized to her by several countries, and from that point on, she has a full right to exercise the United Nations Charter and all their related International Treaties and Conventions and additional Memorandums of Understandings signed in 1977 in Geneva, Switzerland to which all the United Nations Member States are Parties. Her rights are essential and cannot be cut down, “Any Signed Pact is Sovereign”. The Heads of States, Heads of Government and the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the Countries having signed Headquarters Agreements in which IOED is a full Party, are reputed to represent the State solely due to the exercise of their functions, including the accomplishment on behalf of the said State, of unilateral actions having an International Commitment Value, which constitutes a Well-Established International Law Regulation. This capacitation is recognized to every Head of State, Head of Government and Minister of Foreign Affairs. No phase of uncertainty can be presented as an excuse to cut the IOED’s rights down.
You can recognize the Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) by their objects, they do not carry out a lucrative goal and are entrusted to denounce the swerving (shortcomings) the United Nations and political leaders, the most known examples are as follows: Amnesty International, Transparency International, Greenpeace, The Red Cross Organizations providing medical aid to victims of war and disasters etc.
The IOED carries out data exchange with all the other Institutions, namely the States, Police and Justice, etc. Her Connection Links with the States and the relations of the IOED with the Sovereign States are governed by a Headquarter Agreement.
The IOED is part of the United Nations charter, the inception of the International Organizations (IO) assumes the procedure provided by the Vienna Convention of 1969 or the one of April 24th, 1986 précising that “The International Treaties can be executed during the inception of the International Organizations (Agencies) by the States, or adopted within an Already-Existing Organization”. The IOED was an Already-Existing Entity which concluded the International Treaties (Headquarter Agreements) with some Sovereign States, Member States of the United Nations. This formal condition having been met by the IOED to be part of the United Nations, there is no choice but to accept that there are formal links between the IOED and the United Nations and its agencies.
Charter of the Administrative and Technical Organization of the IOED Read the Charter in details.
The IOED comprises two main structures:
1) The Council and the Board of Advisors; and
2) The Secretariat linked by the Executive President, who is Chairman of the Executive Council.
The IOED Executive Council is comprised of Governor General, Central Governors, Lieutenant Governors, Ambassadors, High Commissioners, Director General from all Member states who guide and approve the work of the Organization. The Council stimulates thinking on the overall goals of the Organization and on its future course. On a continuing basis, it is responsible for collective foreign policy issues, including the crucial area of relations with non-Member countries. Twice in a year, the Council meets at Ministerial level. Finance, Trade, Foreign and other Ministers from Member countries set priorities for the work that would best support their common policy-making needs, and they raise and give public prominence to important economic issues.
Committees for particular subject areas, such as Legal, Security, Education, Environment, Trade, and Investment, are comprised of specialist representatives from Member countries. Committee meetings as well as meetings of sub-groups are held regularly, and provide a forum where experts and senior policy advisors from government administration’s request, review and contribute to work that will improve policy making. Meetings at Ministerial level of these specialized committees are also held occasionally.
Committee discussions which use the research and guidance of the Secretariat are generally confidential so that frank discussion can take place. They regularly seek outside contributions from business (through the Business and Industry Advisory Committee) and labour (through the Trade Union Advisory Committee), as well as through other specialized non-governmental organizations.
Committees usually reach decisions by consensus, and each country's position is given equal weight.
Almost all the important projects conceptualized by the IOED are ready to be launched any time as per our convenience:
The Government of India has already taken initiative by establishing a national skill development council - NSDC. The IOED can add value addition by outsourcing joint venture partner colleges or trade skill providers from the developing countries enabling our skilled workers to get certificate duly accredited from the developed countries to meet the requirement of skilled work-force globally in different sectors. The IOED wants to promote Universities and other educational institutions under our program “Business to Universities (B2U)”. The IOED along with its partner organizations the International Police Commission - IPC and the Institute of Technical & Professional Studies - ITPS of the Society for Networking, Empowerment & Holistic Action - SNEHA awards the vocational Diploma containing the following courses: Ayurveda and Herbals – Naturopathy, Yogic Science and Alternative Medicines, Character Education, Computer Literacy, Foreign Language, General Knowledge, Personality Development, Robotics, Self Defense and Skill for the particular trade as per local area requirement.
These all short term vocational courses are of one year duration and are sufficient to meet the global demand of skilled workforce. The 10th and 12th passed School dropout students and above are highly recommended for the same. There are huge employment opportunities within India and abroad if candidates are cultured and have good knowledge about the particular trade because we are entering in almost countries. We have to skill 500,000 students within two years throughout the country depends upon the availability of the Trainers, Volunteers and active support of the local stakeholders. There is requirement of around 10,000 expert and dedicated trainers. Partnership with the existing educational institutions is most welcomed.
The IOED also extends best possible consultancy support from the initial stage up to marketing the products to establish own Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise. Besides, Credit Guarantee Fund Scheme for Micro and Small Enterprises of the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise, the IOED is also having own arrangement with the foreign banks to provide financial instruments i.e. Bank Guarantee – BG and Standby Letter of Credit – SBLC on the basis of acceptable reasonable percentage of profit to support the commodity trading by the MSME.
a) There is an urgent need to initiate an aggressive marketing campaign in potential global markets to build India's image as a leading quality producer and create consumer's confidence in Indian quality.
b) There is urgent need to provide marketing facilities to the existing cluster developed by the Government of India, in order to make this campaign a success.
c) To act as a symbolic link between various governmental agencies, promotional councils, industry and trade associations for synergising the common goals of wholesome growth of SMEs.
d) To work closely with foreign governments, industry, Indian missions, various chamber of commerce and counterpart organizations globally.
There is an urgent need to uplift farming community and non farming sector by providing them marketing opportunities, improved farming technology, enhance quality, productivity and value addition through Argo-food processing by industry farmers partnering through a cluster approach by establishing a pilot project in one village in the potential state and develop the economy of the entire village to be self sufficient through an integrated development approach. Everyone in this village will be self employed to grow and prosper together. This will help in uplifting rural community through value addition and globalization.
The IOED is about to start Bio-Energy (electricity, oil and gas generating) projects through collecting any type of solid waste of Plastic, Rubber and other agricultural and industrial waste, recycling, packing and trading on national and international level building producing – depot Plants under the banner of “Clean India Campaign”. This is Germany based technology duly patented and accredited and the best part of this technology is that there is zero Emission and zero residues. Therefore it provides an opportunity of huge employment for technical and non-technical professionals and staff, etc.
Also ready to extend best possible support to the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy – MNRE to promote Solar Energy Projects.
IOED would initiate necessary steps to establish Indian Cultural and Trade Centre in many states of the Republic of India. This will provide a common platform for social activities, strengthening our relationship & friendship to facilitate the mandate of the cultural and Trade centre.
Terrorism is not a 21st century phenomenon. Terrorism is a menace which not only causes loss of life and resources but also shatters the entire working of the Democracy. India faces bilateral terrorism issues, firstly from the neighbouring countries and secondly from the regions within. Terrorism is not a threat to humanity but also to the growth of any developing country.
Rather than criticizing or making an issue of terrorism, we all have to do something against this problem with mutual cooperation and support. We cannot relate terrorism with any religion because no religion in the world gives the permission to kill the innocent people. We should find out the root causes of the problem. So many youth is getting attached towards the terrorist organizations, which is really a dangerous sign for the world. So by providing good education, proper guidelines and ethnic values, we can step forward to eradicate this problem from the society.
There is a need to provide youthful manpower with skills and ability to tackle global recognition for producing quality skilled manpower and constant updating of training programs and syllabi to ensure that the youth are exposed to the latest technology and industry environment. The IOED linking with industries and global organizations to promote both apprenticeship and entrepreneurs is an important step to predict the possibilities of the future and prepare for them today itself.
To start and successful implementation of making a Role Model Crime Free Nation by working together with the Government for making safer cities, the IOED is involving the International Police Commission – IPC India Command. It is a partner organization of the IOED.
How will this program function?
The Team of the Active volunteers is being organized from the local communities who look after and solve the simple day to day problems with mutual understanding. This is highly important work as it reduces the burden of our Police Forces and Judiciary. Well educated and well trained Volunteers having sound knowledge of Law with good communication skill play active role in all Schools, Colleges, Villages, Residents Welfare Associations, Mohallas, etc. Volunteers selected from the same community. Performance of the volunteers assess quarterly basis. To know more about the IPC visit:
The hub would facilitate the following activities: