The Challenge

15 million children in India in the age group of 6-13+ years are out of school.

Typically, these are children of migrant labourers, daily wagers and domestic workers. Without a helping hand, it is highly likely that many of these children will never get to a school. Government, apart from lack of infrastructure to engage with these communities, doesn’t have a realistic plan to absorb these children  into mainstream schools.

Our Focus

Bringing Out of School children (OoSC) from the bottom of the pyramid into the mainstream schooling system.

Our Operating Model

To ensure that we do not re-invent the wheel and leverage the operational capabilities that exist, Tap India works on the following two-pronged operating model:

  • Execution through partners: On the ground implementation through partner NGOs who have the aspiration and ability to scale up.
  • Tap India focuses on capability building, KPI monitoring, evaluation and fund raising – thereby ensuring that a scalable model is created. Tap India takes ownership of ensuring that the impact is maximised.


What We Do

Partnership Building

Identifying and enabling organizations to work with OoSC

KPI Monitoring

Tracking KPIs through dashboard


Garnering support through networking

Our Impact


Children enrolled


Children Mainstreamed


Learning centers


Community centers



Our Funding Partners

Our Endorsements

Watch below to hear about TAP India's work from prominent leaders in various sectors.

Our Contacts

Address: L9/12 (Basement), DLF Phase II Gurgaon, Haryana