Founded in 1972, Indian Society for Applied Behavioural Science (ISABS) is a national, voluntary society of behavioural scientists engaged in applying their knowledge and skill to the well being of persons, organisations, communities and the society at large.
It’s members work as independent consultants, trainers, counsellors, academicians, human resource managers, line managers, executives and community change agents.
The Society undertakes the following activities:
- Conducting educational training programs based on experiential learning and the laboratory technology. The most prominent activities of the Society are the "Summer Event" and the "Winter Event.”
- Conducting low-cost weekend laboratories in Basic & Advanced Human Processes in different regions for provision of opportunities to a large number of people to gain insights into themselves and their behaviour.
- Sharing and learning of recent developments in human behaviour through meetings, discussions, seminars, and workshops.
- Conducting research studies to generate more knowledge about human behaviour in different settings.
- Conducting long-term, professional development programs for those interested in developing their skills in Process Learning, Laboratory Training, Organization Development, and Human Resources Development.