About Us


Samachar Manyata Association for Research and Training (SMaRT) is a non-profit organisation formed out of sheer compassion and determination for the benefit of our country. SMaRT is a confederation of nationalistic media organisations in order to promote and advocate for events that deserves national importance. We have 120+ media as our members with cumulative Web-traffic and social media reach of over 100 million +.

SMaRT

A voluntarily coalition of nationalistic media organisations to act as a force multiplier and espouse common agenda of national importance.

Vision

No Nationalist will remain untouched from reality.

Our Mission

To amplify the Nationalist voice.

Objective

To strengthen the Nationalist media platforms.

Approach

To aid intellectually, legally and materially; the nationalistic media.

Role

Advisory and Research.

Our Milestones

2020

  • SMaRT was launched on Dusherra i.e Oct 25th 2020 with 25 Media members. In a short span of 60 days, we grew to 50 media members.

  • Overall reach: 30 million

    25th member

  • Overall reach: 50 million

    50th member

  • “SMaRT is the most needed platform “– Padmashri Mohandas Pai on the launch of SMaRT

  • Studios for SMaRT members made available for members in 1 months’ time at Hyderabad, Pune, Chennai and Delhi.

  • SMaRT has its members in 10 states and 10 Bharatiya languages. Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Hindi, Kannada, Odiya, Bengali, Gujarati, Sanskrit and English.

2021

  • Overall reach: 80 million

    60th member

2022

  • Overall reach: 100 million +

    110 + members

Our Network

Services


SMaRT offers to its member organizations and individuals the following:
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Research support

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Content promotion

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Studio space for shooting videos

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Translation services

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SMaRT Network Advertising Services

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Research Grants

… And More Services

Testimonials

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The presence of nationalistic voice in the media world is still in infancy. It has a high mortality rate and is not able to make the punch proportional to its weight. Some of the reasons for these, that we think are
  1. Most of the portals and YouTube channels voicing nationalistic opinions are individual initiatives or efforts of small groups.
  2. They work in isolation and important issues picked by these portals get lost due to lack of reach and frequency.
  3. Most of the time, these portals can’t sustain themselves for long due to financial issues. In the process work published by them gets lost. It harms the cause a great deal.

To overcome this, it is important to have an independent organisation which can work as a bridge between different media platforms promoting nationalistic causes. Hence, we have initiated an initiative under Samachar Manyata Association for Research and Training (SMaRT). SMaRT will be a coalition of nationalistic media organisations to act as a force multiplier and espouse common agenda of national importance.

SMaRT needs sponsors & donors to fund

 

  • Research and Grants
  • Support & Mentor Media Startups
  • Students and Youth Training
  • Management Trainees

Our Members

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Our Management

Jai Kishan Jhaver
Jai Kishan Jhaver
N. Muthuraman
N. Muthuraman
Praful Shankar
Praful Shankar
G Vishnu Vardhan
G Vishnu Vardhan
Raju Venkatraman
Raju Venkatraman
Meena Vishwanath
Meena Vishwanath
Anamika Tiwari
Anamika Tiwari
Swagna Panda
Swagna Panda

Advisory Board

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Padma Bhushan <br>N. Gopalaswami
Padma Bhushan
N. Gopalaswami
Padma Shri Meenakshi Jain
Padma Shri Meenakshi Jain

Jury

D V Sridharan
D V Sridharan
Dr. Shirish Kashikar
Dr. Shirish Kashikar
Mandar
Mandar
Mayank Jain
Mayank Jain
Nageswara Rao
Nageswara Rao
Puranika Narayana Bhatta
Puranika Narayana Bhatta
Ratan Sharda
Ratan Sharda
Sandipan Deb
Sandipan Deb
Vijay Chada
Vijay Chada
Vipul Kocher
Vipul Kocher

*In alphabetical order

Friends of Smart

Dr. Monica Verma
Dr. Monica Verma
Dr. Mrittunjoy Guha Majumdar
Dr. Mrittunjoy Guha Majumdar
Janani Sampath
Janani Sampath
Krishna Kumar Murugan
Krishna Kumar Murugan
Krithika Sivaswamy
Krithika Sivaswamy
Pranitha Subhash
Pranitha Subhash
Sai Priya Chodavarapu
Sai Priya Chodavarapu

Knowledge Providers

Amit Agarwal
Amit Agarwal
Arsha Kala Bharati
Arsha Kala Bharati
Atharav Forum
Atharav Forum
Dharmawiki
Dharmawiki
Garuda Prakashan
Garuda Prakashan
Hindumisia.ai
Hindumisia.ai
Itihasa Series
Itihasa Series
Rahul Adap
Rahul Adap
Raj Vedam
Raj Vedam
Sampadanada  Mishra
Sampadanada Mishra
Youth Thinkers Forum
Youth Thinkers Forum

Press Release

Newsletter

Project

 SMaRT celebrates the iconic writers of Bharat

As part of the centenary birth anniversary celebrations of Shri. Sita Ram Goel ji & Shri. Ram Swarup Agarwal ji,SMaRT invites its members, friends and organizations to translate the books of these legendary writers into bharatheeya languages.

 

Get in touch with the SMaRT team for support and more details.

Start Ups

Many young entrepreneurs start nationalistic media portals and YouTube channels with much enthusiasm every day, but very few have been able to scale them up and grow to become a strong voice, mostly for want of resources, support, mentorship and guidance.

 

SMaRT aims to identify media start-ups that have the requisite ingredients for scaling up such as commitment of the founder, quality of content, topics chosen, social media presence, audience engagement and other metrics, and provide monetary support and mentorship to nurture such deserving start-ups to become a fully grown media venture.

 

Write to us at [email protected] with basic details to know more about our Start-up support program.

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    SMaRT Needs

    Volunteers
    Student Interns
    Nationalist NGOs

    For Careers & Internships please mail us at: [email protected]

    Disclaimer: SMaRT is an independent organization and does not endorse any of the views and opinions expressed by its members. SMaRT website may provide links to external websites operated by its members but SMaRT has no influence on the content of these websites. Therefore SMaRT does not assume any guarantee or liability for this third party content and their correctness. The respective provider or operator of the web pages is always responsible for the content of the linked pages. It is the responsibility of the reader to make his or her own decisions about the accuracy, reliability and correctness of information found.

    The linked pages have not been checked for possible legal infringements or copyright violations. Regular monitoring of the content of linked pages for such infringements is not feasible without specific indications that there is an infringement. If SMaRT becomes aware of infringements, SMaRT will remove the offending links immediately.

    Any link one refers to from the external websites will be at his/her own risk. Any use of information from such external websites will be governed by the terms of respective websites, including those relating to confidentiality, data privacy and security.

    Professional Code of Conduct as Smart Member:

    • Members are requested to be patient and courteous with fellow members, even if we disagree.
    • Members are requested to be inclusive. We welcome and support people of all backgrounds and identities who match with the ideologies,mission,vision and objective of SMaRT.
    • Members are requested to be considerate. We all depend on each other to produce the best work Members are requested to be respectful. We won’t all agree all the time, but disagreement is no excuse for disrespectful behaviour. We will all experience frustration from time to time, but we
      cannot allow that frustration to become personal attacks. An environment where people feel uncomfortable or threatened is not a productive or creative one.we can as a Nationalist organisation. Your decisions will affect clients and colleagues, and you should take those consequences into account when making decisions.
    • Choose your words carefully. Always conduct yourself professionally. Please desist from the following
      (not limited to):
      o Threats of violence
      o Discriminatory jokes and language
      o Sharing sexually explicit or violent material via electronic devices or   other means
      o Personal insults, especially those using sexist terms
      o Unwelcome sexual attention
      o Advocating for, or encouraging, any of the above behaviour.
    • Do not harass others. In general, if someone asks you to desist from offensive conduct, then please stop. When we disagree, try to understand why. Differences of opinion and disagreements are mostly unavoidable. What is important is that we resolve disagreements and differing views
      constructively and in civilized manner.

    Our differences can be our strengths. We can find strength in diversity. Different people have different perspectives on issues, and that can be valuable for solving problems or generating new ideas. Being unable to understand why someone holds a viewpoint doesn’t mean that they’re wrong. Don’t forget that we all make mistakes, and blaming each other doesn’t get us anywhere.

    Instead, focus on resolving issues and learning from mistakes.