Transforming The Education Landscape By Building a Digitally Literate India

Project LitIndia

Project LitIndia is an innovative initiative by the Humanity Welfare Council that strives to provide equal opportunities to anyone who wants to learn and develop their skills and talents. Our LitIndia centres provide unprecedented access to high-quality education and resources, enabling learners to build the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in life. Read more..
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Our Reach

Project LitIndia aims to help build a literate India and ensure that anyone who
wants to learn has the opportunity to do so, regardless of their
background, location, or socio-economic status.





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Support Us

Sponsor a LitIndia Library

When you sponsor a LitIndia Library you sponsor free education to more than 500 children per year. The yearly cost of a Library is Rs 50,000.

Sponsor a LitIndia DVLC

Through our LitIndia Digital Virtual Learning Centers (DVLC), we aim to build a digitally literate India. We will be setting up DVLCs in 773 districts at Panchayat Level through which we aim to educate more than 2000 children every year. The yearly cost of a DVLC is Rs 1 Lakh.

Sponsor a LitIndia Nodal Centre

Each state will have a Nodal center that will overlook the activities of the DVLCs and Libraries in that state. The setup cost of a Nodal Center is 40 Lakhs.

Our LitIndia Libraries

LitIndia libraries aim to provide a conducive environment for students to learn, grow, and interact with each other. Through our LitIndia libraries, we endeavour to eradicate illiteracy completely from India as well as digitize the education sector. This will not only inspire and empower millions to transform their lives through education and training but also help create a better, brighter future for India.

We inaugurated our first LitIndia library in Rohtasgarh. It is also the first education centre in the village.

 Our second LitIndia library, located in Ulho, came into existence when a small group of students who were preparing for their entrance exams reached…

Our Litindia library in the Kaimur district is located in the small village of Charkhi. The library is a means of education for children from the seven surrounding hills.

What We Do?

The goal of Project LitIndia is to promote literacy in India. Education is the key to unlocking the potential of our youth, and as such, it is our greatest resource. But not everyone has access to quality education. We want to make sure that every individual who is eager to learn has the opportunity to do so, regardless of their background, location, or socio-economic status. In an effort to improve access to knowledge, information, and digital literacy, we are setting up LitIndia centres across India that will serve as hubs of learning and knowledge sharing where people from all walks of life come together to discover, connect, create, and share.

We are building a robust ecosystem in the education sector that promotes growth and uplifts deprived sections of society. Our goal is to provide learners with a safe space for their holistic development where they can acquire knowledge at their own pace.

Latest Events LITINDIA

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Your Help Brought Happiness Back To Sakshi’s Home. Many Thanks!

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We opened our LitIndia centre in Machhal sector

We opened our LitIndia centre in Machhal sector

In the face of all adversities and challenges, we opened our LitIndia…


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Ulho Rohtas Bihar

Our second LitIndia centre, located in Ulho

Charkhi, Kaimur, Bihar

Our third Litindia centre in the Kaimur district

Chandopatti, Rudauli, Bihar

Our fourth Litindia centre in the Samastipur district, Bihar.

Project LitIndia is an initiative of Humanity Welfare Council
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