ACORDASIA (Asian Centre for Organisation Research and Development (Society)) was set up in July 1981. On 30th April 1983, it became a Registered Society under the Societies Registration Act, 1860. ACORDASIA provides its services to a wide range of organizations: Central & State Governments, Social Development sectors, Urban & Rural organizations/ communities, and Bilateral/International Development Organisations and to the CSR of companies.

Presently, ACORDASIA focusses on result improvement, city-wide change management participatory change-management, Public Participation awareness on issues like environment, organization development, good governance, human resource development, and urban/rural development with a Head office in Delhi, and a Field office in Bharatpur, Rajasthan.

ACORDASIA has pioneered in pilot-testing several global “best-practices” and “proven-processes”, pilot – testing & adapting them for practical application in India, to achieve break-throughs in the above fields.


  • Achieve and Sustain World-Class Standards in Facilitating Organisational Effectiveness and Human Resource Development, and urban and rural development.

  • Improve Measurable Results for cities Organisations, Communication Groups, & Individuals.

  • Improve Facilitated positive change in Organisation through multiple stake holder consensus and good governance.

  • Improve Facilitated performance through skill up gradation and effective communication and information and knowledge enhancement.  

  • Provide world-class services through, training, applied research, and field-projects to social development sectors, urban/rural sectors, health, water, sanitation, environment, poverty allivation, and government sectors.
  • Client/People Centered
  • Team-Culture
  • Self-reliant
  • Change-Facilitating
  • Multi-Disciplinary
  • Performance-Culture
  • Process-Centered




Also see website of Koreth Consulting (P) Limited a consortium partner with ACORDASIA.

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