India Literacy Project (ILP) is a developmental support organization that works in partnership with local Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and networks in India to play the role of a catalyst for literacy. 



This section outlines the policies developed by ILP.



Meet our program team who manage all the programs on the ground. The Leadership of the organization is composed of members in the NCC in US and Board of Trustees in India.



This section outlines the constitution of ILP.



ILP was founded in 1990 in the USA by a group of Non-Resident Indians inspired by Dr. Parameshwar Rao, a scientist trained in the U.S.


By Laws

This section outlines the policies adopted by ILP.