Our Mission and Vision | Institute of Public Health Bengaluru

The Institute of Public Health, Bengaluru Is a non-profit academic institution established with a vision of creating an equitable, integrated, decentralised and participatory health system within a just and empowered society.

The Institute of Public Health has been recognized by the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR) which is a part of the Ministry of Science and Technology as a Scientific and Research Organization (SIRO).

IPH has also been empanelled by the Karnataka Evaluation Authority as a consultant organization and as a partners in the National Corporate Social (CSR) Responsibility Hub at TISS.

IPH has been registered under NITI Aayog (NGO Darpan) – Unique Darpan ID is: KA/2016/0105575

IPH has been registered under UNICEF – Partner ID is: 888

IPH has been registered for undertaking CSR activities registration number: CSR00002289.

IPH has been registered under GuideStar Number (GSN): 10182

Institute of Public Health is allotted the NCAGE (NATO Commercial and Government Entity) code: 6739Y by National Codification Bureau India.

Institute of Public Health is allotted the Unique Entity ID : N9Z6P79MDUJ3 by SAM.gov

Institute of Public Health Bengaluru is now provisionally registered with the National Ethics Committee Registry for Biomedical and Health Research (NECRBHR), Department of Health Research (DHR).

IPH has been accredited by the Financial Management Service Foundation with a Platinum rating in recognition of good practices in the areas of financial management, governance, Internal control systems, and legal compliance.
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To create an equitable, integrated, decentralized, responsive and participatory health system within a just and empowered society


Strengthening health systems to ensure healthy communities through a team of committed and value-based professionals


Accountability, Transparency, Quality, Striving to make equitable change, Mutual respect and openness.


Research & Action