Solve Foundation was started with a vision to "solve" complex ground level problems via youth-led community-driven initiatives backed by data, innovation and technology. We believe we would be able to make the world better by making it sustainable, creative and innovative by investing in the power of youth and enabling them with resources, mentorship and support that can change the world. Our pillars Youth, Technology and Unified approach are the base of our organization, efficient and judicious use of which would enable us to bring a change in the society. Hundreds of people die daily due to the negligence of safety rules they ought to follow, children and young adults are amongst the most vulnerable. The future of our country is its young people, we cannot afford to lose children to road traffic crashes. Also, the basic right of each individual, education, does not reach to every child.
Policy & Advocacy
Social Media Campaign
On Ground Interventions
With a strong determination to deal with the formidable situation of road fatalities and prevalent education scenario, we at Solve started 3 initiatives.
IRSC (Solve) is the largest youth-led organization working towards the mission of making Indian Roads Safer, focusing on reducing the number of deaths caused by road accidents across India by half till 2020. It started as a project under the National Service Scheme, IIT Delhi. Currently, IRSC has grown to be youth-led national level organization with the collaborative and supportive effort of MoRTH (Ministry of Road Transport and Highways), World Health Organisation, United Nation Institute of Training and Research, Delhi Traffic Police, College Chapters under IRSC, Intern Teams and various schools. It has been successfully recognized by the government for our work towards road safety and have so far received optimum support for proper management for all our work.
Intellify is an initiative to impart knowledge & skills to the students of today & tomorrow with a prime motto of rethinking and inculcating innovative learning methodologies to revolutionise and multiply the classroom learnings in education. We focus on a skill-based assessment of students with unconventional learning proceedings to gauge general intellectual functioning and tech-based solutions for students who deprived of skill-based activities. We are a platform which imbibes the right skills to the students through training & mentoring which would help them in their entrepreneurial ventures. We provide a comprehensive assessment to unleash the unseen innovation and creativity of a child and prepare them to minimize the risk and challenges of cutting edge methods and techniques of this automation and digitalization age.
iSafe Assist is one of the largest networks in India. We provide 24*7 Breakdown Assistance to our customers, operating in Business to Business(B2B) and Business to Consumer(B2C) segments. We have three pillars to serve our customers viz., 24*7 multi-lingual Call Centres, Own Patrol and Authorized Service Providers. Our services are available for automotive segments which include Two Wheelers, Cars, Small Commercial Vehicles and Commercial Vehicles. Our team consists of over 6200+ Authorized Service Providers covering 28 states and 1795 cities. We take care of your car and bike, and we handle one breakdown in every two minutes, PAN India.
“ I am happy to know that Indian Road Safety Campaign, Solve has launched iSAFE - The Safer India Challenge 2019 to reduce road traffic injuries.”
“ Glad to know that Indian Road Safety Campaign, Solve is working towards road safety awareness all over the India by involving IIT students”.
“People's safety on road is one of the most important aspects. I appreciate Indian Road Safety Campaign, Solve for undertaking initiatives aimed at making roads a safe place for all the citizens while commuting.”
“It is great to know that the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi has its students and alumni come together to improve the education system of our country.”
Disclaimer: Indian Road Safety Campaign/Solve Foundation is not associated with MIT Solve in any capacity.