Who We Are

Deepalaya is an ISO 9001:2008 certified non – government organisation that believes in enabling self reliance and is committed to working on issues affecting the urban and rural poor, with a special focus on women and children.

What We Do

The NGO was started on July 16th 1979 by seven founding members, and for more than three decades, has been contributing to the crusade against illiteracy. Over the years, Deepalaya has established several projects in the areas of Education (Formal/Non-Formal/Remedial), Women Empowerment (reproductive health, SHG, Micro-finance), Institutional care, Community health, Vocational training and Differently Abled. These projects are operational in Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand

Our Impact


Over 310827 Educated

Institutional Care

1473 Children
28% Orphans,41% from Single parent familys,31% economic orphans

Women Empowerment

14000 women, 400 villages,1335 SHGs and 8394 Enterprises.

Differently Abled

4109 community based rehabilitated children.


6,92,518 provided healthcare

Vocational Training

Trained 12550 people so far.

Our Projects

Despite the enactment of Right to Education Act and several other initiatives of the Government for educating children, more than a quarter of children in Delhi, remain out of school. They may have been enrolled in government schools but hardly they turn up. The teachers do not care to even find out .. Read more

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Name: Ritik
Date Of Birth : 04/05/2006
Class: VI
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Name: Sourabh
Date Of Birth : 07/03/2006
Class: V
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Name: Bhupesh
Date Of Birth : 22/12/2007
Class: IV
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Name: Vipul
Date Of Birth : 02/03/2012
Class: I
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Children at Deepalaya Learning Centre, Sanjay Colony had a surprise visitor – Ishika Taneja...Read more


The Young People Foundation (TYPF) is a youth-run and led organisation that su...Read more


Children from Adarsh Nagar and Tilak Nagar learning centers participated in the college fest ‘A...Read more


The training was organized for seven ladies from Umang SHG. A sanitary napkin unit was set up by ...Read more

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