Dev Sanskriti University Foundation

Dev Sanskriti University Foundation, Inc. is a Massachusetts non-profit organized and operated for the exclusive benefit of the Dev Sanskriti University.

Foundation exempt under Internal Revenue Code sec. 501(c)(3) effective 19-MAR-2015. Public Charity Status:170(b)(1)(A)(vi)

The purpose of the corporation is to engage in educational, scientific, cultural and charitable activities, including, but not limited to:

(a) advancing and endowing growth and development of the Dev Sanskriti University.
(b) cultivating global collaboration initiatives of Dev Sanskriti University.
(c) offering scholarships, fellowships, assistant ships, professorships, research, publishing, conference, seminars, workshops and travel grants to and from Dev Sanskriti University.
(d) establishing educational technology infrastructure, laboratories and libraries.
(e) educating members of the general public about Dev Sanskriti.
(f) promoting Dev Sanskriti through scientific research, development and public service outreach; and
(g) aiding, supporting, and assisting by gifts, grants, contributions, or otherwise, other persons or organizations of any kind, provided that such activities are consistent with the foregoing purposes.


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