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Last Updated on June 7, 2022

Operation in state

  • Bihar
  • Chhattisgarh
  • Haryana
  • Himachal Pradesh
  • Jharkhand
  • Madhya Pradesh
  • Odisha
  • Rajasthan
  • Uttar Pradesh
  • Uttarakhand
  • West Bengal

Thematic Areas

  • Cross-sectoral/Others
  • CSR and Sustainability
  • Education and Employment
  • Women and Gender

Tax Compliance Eligibility

  • 80G (for 50% tax benefits)
  • 12 A (Tax exemption for NGO income)
  • FCRA (Eligible for international funding)
  • Company Registration Certificate
  • Organization Registration Certificate


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Established In 2003

Registration No. :CSR00002935

M-2/3, Ground Floor , DLF Phase 2, Guruugram , Gurugram , Haryana , 122002

About the organization

IIMPACT is a non-profit organization that was started in 2003 by the Alumni of IIM-Ahmedabad, Batch of 1978, with the 1988 Batch joining over the years. The organization is governed by a group of IIMA alumni with an operational committee of the board working closely with the executive team to accomplish the mission and vision. The purpose of setting up IIMPACT was to enable rural girl children from marginalized communities to access the realm of education and learning. Under its Girl Child Education Program (GCEP), IIMPACT identifies rural out-of-school/ irregular-to-school girls in intervention states, with an intention to offer them quality primary education. The aim is to provide an enabling experience for the girls and to help further their journey into the mainstream educational system.

Presently, IIMPACT works across 33 different districts in 11 States that have low female participation/ low learning levels of girls. IIMPACT’s single-minded focus is on providing quality primary education to these girls. Identifying the key problems plaguing girls’ primary education in India, IIMPACT has developed a ‘Learning Centre model’ that works towards preparing girls for further education by holding their hands and helping them cross the primary level. Under this model, IIMPACT establishes single-teacher Primary Learning Centers in villages with a high concentration of girls in the age group of 6 to-14, who are either out of school or irregular to school and thus effectively out of school. These girls benefit from the learning Centre approach as the Centers are closer to their homes, led by local teachers, preferably from similar socio-cultural backgrounds, and are considered safe spaces. Thus, IIMPACT effectively brings the school to the doorsteps of children. The Learning Centres employ female teachers who are selected from local areas and provide quality education using a multi-grade multi-level learning approach. These Centers also function as converging points for local village communities and other stakeholders who become torchbearers of education for girls and who derive motivation to override age-old barriers impeding girls’ emancipation.


To transform the lives of women, families, and entire communities in India by educating and empowering the girl child.


To mobilize and motivate girls, aged 6 to 14, from socially and economically disadvantaged rural areas in India, and put them on the track to formal education through quality primary education.

Starting with just 450 girls and 15 learning Centers in 2004, today IIMPACT is running in over 1500+ villages of India and has covered nearly 60000 girls under its primary education programme. Over a period of 19 yrs. IIMPACT has worked in 2700+ villages impacting over 104,000 girls alongside nearly 5000 young females who have worked with IIMPACT as teachers and have gone through empowering capacity development initiatives.

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Special features of the organization

  • IIMPACT supports quality primary education for girls in the age group of 6-14 years. The assumption is that primary education is a key foundation to build on, and the children with an opportunity to access quality primary education are better equipped to access further educational opportunities and will ultimately be able to lead their families towards the process of transformation. 
  • The focus is on girls who are out of school/irregular to school and belong to marginalized communities.
  • More than 40 core staff members responsible for quality delivery & rigor - professionals representing diverse backgrounds, with a deep understanding of educational systems as well as of challenges that girl child education faces
  • IIMPACT has developed its own curriculum based on the National as well as State Curricular Framework and a robust ‘training apparatus’ which ensures quality delivery of education up to grade V.
  • IIMPACT has strong connections with grassroots level NGOs and with local communities.

Contributions made:

  • Over the years the program has engaged with more than 1,00,000 girls’
  • Helped create a cadre of nearly 5000 plus teachers, thereby generating ‘human capital in the villages/ areas it has worked in
  • Enabled more than 40 community-based organizations and local NGOs to take roots by providing them with the initial fuel needed to work in the social development sector
  • Engaged with over 1,00,000 families and through them over 5,00,000 individuals

Attribution at the policy level:

  • Because of the work done by IIMPACT and like-minded organizations, the ‘Right to Education Act was introduced by the Parliament of India in 2009 giving the right of getting free and compulsory education to all children in the age group of 6-14.
  • IIMPACT is one of the unique organizations in the country who have pursued the cause of Out of School Girls for an extended number of years which has resulted in drawing increased attention from the Government to this issue (e.g., setting up of a special cell across states under SSA to focus on OOSG and Girls’ education).
  • The issue of OOSG has found focus in the new education policy as a result of work by organizations such as IIMPACT ( NEP 2020 states that 3.7 million children in the age group of 3-17 are still out of school who require robust strategies and interventions to respond to).

Why should a corporate partner with organization?

IIMPACT addresses Sustainable Development Goal (SDG IV) which is to “ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all”, and SDG V which is “to achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls”. By ensuring quality primary education for girls from disadvantaged communities, IIMPACT aims to bridge the gap between boys and girls, haves and have-nots, and between rural and urban India. By focussing on education for out-of-school/ irregular-to-school girls and further enabling them to continue their education through formal schools, IIMPACT is contributing substantially to the response towards the issue of OOSG globally, in South Asia, and India.Hence, an association with IIMPACT, as a corporate partner will have the following benefits:

  • Corporate employees of the funding/associated organizations will have the opportunity to volunteer and engage with IIMPACT’s field programmes. Research has shown, that involvement in Social Responsibility Programmes can boost employee morale in the workplace and lead to greater productivity
  • Active organizational involvement with the noble cause of providing education to girls and helping transform communities will bolster a company’s image and brand
  • This engagement directly benefits the society and contributes to creating a better future for our people which, in the long run, will benefit everyone involved
  • IIMPACT actively acknowledges the involvement and contribution of donor organizations in communications to its stakeholders, which will give the corporates positive visibility within key communities and audiences.


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Shubhangi Sharma
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Project Detail of Organization

Girl Child Education Programme
Project Type: Donor funded
Through IIMPACT's Girl Child Education Programme (GCEP), IIMPACT identifies rural out-of-school/ ir....
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