Together with NxtWave, we’re happy to announce...

One Crore Children  
From Financially Backward Families will be given Free 4.0 Education. For 5th-10th Class Students.

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Dr. A. P. J Abdul Kalam
Our Role Model

Knowledge with action converts adversity into prosperity.

We're very happy to be a part of the vision of great people like Dr. A. P. J Abdul Kalam and also NxtWave's Chairman - and our beloved mentor - Shri. Vijaya Kumar who has been relentlessly working to realise this vision from the past 35 years.

PROGRAM OBJECTIVE

Making India 4.0 Ready

Providing 4.0 Education to children and creating Role Models in every nook & corner of India by 2030.

What is 4.0 Education?

We’re in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. A new wave of technologies is rapidly changing the landscape of 21st-century businesses in every sector across the globe.

4.0 Education equips an individual with skills required to become industry-ready in Technology 4.0, Management 4.0 and Entrepreneurship 4.0.

Technology 4.0

Tech Foundations, Advanced Technologies like AI, ML, IoT, VR, Data Science, Space Technology, etc.

Management 4.0

21st Century Business Essentials, Creating a Business Model, Understanding Customers, etc.

Entrepreneurship 4.0

Fundamentals of Innovation, Growth Mindset, Customer-centric Approach, etc.

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For Governments, Schools and NGOs,

Comprehensive Ecosystem for Accelerated Online Learning

High Performance Frameworks

Simple yet powerful frameworks that transform the way a child thinks and learns.
They accelerate a child’s progress towards excellence.

ICP

Intention, Communication and Proactivity Framework

IGP

Integrity, Growth Mindset and Performance Framework

ICQ*

(Applying patent in the USA)

Assesses the Degree of Performance of an Individual

ATF

Advanced Task Framework. Progress towards Excellence

High Performance Tools

Our highly advanced tools create a comprehensive ecosystem to learn completely online and also help us monitor the progress of every child continuously.

Advanced Portal

AI-Powered Learning Platform

IDM 4.0

Intelligent Decision Making 4.0

iB Com

All-in-one communication Platform

Program Details

5th-10th class children can avail
this opportunity and will be
supported until they reach 21 Years.

Completely Online with necessary
support system

Will be trained by industry experts
and alumni of Stanford, IITs, IIMs, etc.

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For Governments, Schools and NGOs,

Passionate Team To Help You

Rahul Attuluri

CEO, NxtWave

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Kavya Dommeti

CEO, iB Hubs

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Trivikrama Reddy

CEO, ProYuga

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Ram Ganesh

CEO, CyberEye

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Meghana Dabbara and Her Team

Make The World Wonderful Organisation

And many more...

Available to children in 650 districts in Phase-1

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Be fair. We trust you!

This program is designed for financially backward students. Please be honest to make sure this opportunity is taken up by only those who truly need it. Otherwise, someone in need may lose out on a lifeline.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the eligibility to join a child in this program?

Children who are 5th - 10th class students from financially backward families are eligible.

By financially backward family, we mean:
1. Family of combined annual income of less than INR 1.2 Lakhs
2. Total value of family-owned properties worth under INR 5 Lakhs

It is not compulsory that the child must go to an academic school to get registered in this program.
For children who don't meet the above criteria and want to learn 4.0 Education, we have designed a separate CCBP 4.0 program for them.

Will the training be Online or Offline? Do I compulsorily need to have a smart device to attend the sessions?

The training will be completely online. You need to have any smart device such as Smartphone/Laptop/PC/Tablet to attend the online sessions.

What if I don't have any smart devices? How can I attend the sessions?

You can borrow smart devices from your neighbours or friends for 30 minutes to 1 hour everyday for the duration of the sessions, and learn productively during this time.

When do the sessions/classes begin? What is the duration of these sessions?

Sessions of India 4.0 - Dr. APJ have already begun in batches. We will let you know when the next batch will start.
The duration of each session varies from between 30 minutes to 1 hour.

I missed a session today. Can I access the session again?

Yes, you can access them at a later time in the learning portal. You have the flexibility to learn at your convenient time and pace.

I have applied for the program and/or filled the form in the website. How will I know the next steps?

You will receive updates regarding the program via SMS to the registered mobile/phone number.

How many children can I register?

You can register any number of children who are eligible for this program. Parents/guardians can register their children for the program here.
For bulk requests, Schools, NGOs and Governments can Register Here.

Is there any fee for the program?

The training provided in Project 'India 4.0 - Dr. APJ' is completely free.

What are you going to teach the children?

We will provide 4.0 Education to the children. 4.0 Education equips an individual with mindset and skills in Technology 4.0, Management 4.0 and Entrepreneurship 4.0 required to become 21st century industry-ready. A child can learn in this program while parallelly undergoing his/her formal academic school education.

FOR GOVERNMENTS, SCHOOLS AND NGOS

Free 4.0 Education for Financially Backward Children
in your Region, School or Organisation.

Get a one-stop dashboard to monitor all your children’s progress at your fingertips.

Available to children in the following 650 districts in Phase-1

No. of children to be supported State/UT wise and District wise

States

Andhra Pradesh (4.5 Lakh Children)

Phase - I

- Anantapur (35,000)
- Chittoor (40,000)
- East Godavari (50,000)
-Guntur (45,000)
- Krishna (40,000)
- Kurnool (35,000)
- Prakasam (30,000)
- Sri Potti Sriramulu Nellore (30,000)
- Srikakulam (25,000)
- Visakhapatnam (40,000)
- Vizianagaram (20,000)
- West Godavari (35,000)
- YSR Kadapa (25,000)

Arunachal Pradesh (15,000 Children)

Phase - I

- Anjaw
- Changlang
- East Kameng
- East Siang
- Kamle
- Kra Daadi
- Kurung Kumey
- Lepa Rada
- Lohit
- Longding
- Lower Dibang Valley
- Lower Siang
- Lower Subansiri

Phase - II

- Namsai
- Pakke-Kessang
- Papum Pare
- Shi Yomi
- Siang
- Tawang
- Tirap
- Upper Dibang Valley
- Upper Siang
- Upper Subansiri
- West Kameng
- West Siang

Note: No. of children to be supported in this state is considered as a whole (not district wise)

Assam (2.5 Lakh Children)

Phase - I

- Baksa
- Barpeta
- Bishwanath
- Bongaigaon
- Cachar
- Charaideo
- Chirang
- Darrang
- Dhemaji
- Dhubri
- Dibrugarh
- Dima Hasao
- Goalpara
- Golaghat
- Hailakandi
- Hojai
- Jorhat

- Kamrup
- KamrupMetropolitan
- Karbi Anglong
- Karimganj
- Kokrajhar
- Lakhimpur
-Majuli
- Morigaon
- Nagaon
- Nalbari
- Sivasagar
- Sonitpur
- South Salmara
- Tinsukia
- Udalguri
- West Karbi Anglong

Note: No. of children to be supported in this state is considered as a whole (not district wise)

Bihar (8.5 Lakh Children)

Phase - I

- Begusarai (25,000)
- Bhagalpur (25,000)
- Bhojpur (20,000)
- Buxar (15,000)
- Darbhanga (30,000)
- Gopalganj (20,000)
- Katihar (25,000)
- Khagaria (15,000)
- Madhepura (15,000)
- Nawada (20,000)
- Patna (50,000)
- Purnia (25,000)
- Saharsa (15,000)
- Samastipur (35,000)
- Saran (30,000)
- Sheikhpura (5,000)
- Sheohar (5,000)
- Siwan (30,000)

Phase - II

- Araria (20,000)
- Arwal (5,000)
- Aurangabad (20,000)
- Banka (15,000)
- East Champaran (40,000)
- Gaya (35,000)
- Jamui (15,000)
- Jehanabad (10,000)
- Kaimur (15,000)
- Kishanganj (15,000)
- Lakhisarai (10,000)
- Madhubani (35,000)
- Munger (10,000)
- Muzaffarpur (40,000)
- Nalanda (25,000)
- Rohtas (25,000)
- Sitamarhi (30,000)
- Supaul (20,000)
- Vaishali (30,000)
- West Champaran (30,000)

Chhattisgarh (2 Lakh Children)

Phase - I

- Baloda Bazar (10,000)
- Bilaspur (15,000)
- Durg (25,000)
- Janjgir-Champa (10,000)
- Jashpur (5,000)
- Korba (10,000)
- Koriya (5,000)
- Mungeli (5,000)
- Raigarh (10,000)
- Raipur (30,000)
- Surajpur (5,000)

Phase - II

- Balod (5,000)
- Balrampur (4,000)
- Bastar (10,000)
- Bemetara (1,000)
- Bijapur (1,000)
- Dantewada (3,000)
- Dhamtari (5,000)
- Gariaband (5,000)
- Gaurela-Pendra-Marwahi (2,000)
- Kabirdham (4,000)
- Kanker (5,000)
- Kondagaon (4,000)
- Mahasamund (5,000)
- Narayanpur (1,000)
- Rajnandgaon (10,000)
- Sukma (2,000)
- Surguja (3,000)

Goa (15,000 Children)

Phase - I

- North Goa (8,500)
- South Goa (6,500)

Gujarat (5 Lakh Children)

Phase - I

- Ahmedabad (55,000)
- Amreli (10,000)
- Anand (15,000)
- Aravalli (8,000)
- Banaskantha (25,000)
- Bharuch (10,000)
- Bhavnagar (20,000)
- Botad (5,000)
- Chhota Udepur (8,000)
- Dahod (15,000)
- Dang (2,000)
- Devbhoomi Dwarka (6,000)
- Gandhinagar (10,000)
- Gir Somnath (10,000)
- Jamnagar (15,000)
- Junagadh (20,000)
- Kheda (17,500)

- Kutch (16,000)
- Mahisagar (10,000)
- Mehsana (15,000)
- Morbi (7,500)
- Narmada (4,500)
- Navsari (10,000)
- Panchmahal (20,000)
- Patan (10,000)
- Porbandar (4,500)
- Rajkot (25,000)
- Sabarkantha (20,000)
- Surat (45,000)- Surendranagar (15,000)- Tapi (6,000)
- Vadodara (25,000)
- Valsad (15,000)

Haryana (2 Lakh Children)

Phase - I

- Ambala (9,000)
- Bhiwani (12,500)
- Charkhi Dadri (4,000)
- Faridabad (14,000)
- Fatehabad (7,000)
- Gurugram (11,500)
- Hissar (13,500)
- Jhajjar (7,500)
- Jind (10,500)
- Kaithal (8,500)
- Karnal (11,500)

- Kurukshetra (7,500)
- Mahendragarh (7,000)
- Nuh (8,500)
- Palwal (8,000)
- Panchkula (4,000)
- Panipat (9,500)
- Rewari (7,000)
- Rohtak (8,000)
- Sirsa (10,000)
- Sonipat (11,500)
- Yamuna Nagar (9,500)

Himachal Pradesh (50,000 Children)

Phase - I

- Bilaspur (2,800)
- Chamba (3,800)
- Hamirpur (3,300)
- Kangra (11,000)
- Kullu (3,000)
- Mandi (7,500)
- Shimla (6,000)
- Sirmaur (4,000)
- Solan (4,000)
- Una (3,800)

Phase - II

- Kinnaur (500)
- Lahaul and Spiti (300)

Jharkhand (2.5 Lakh Children)

Phase - I

- Deoghar (10,000)
- Godda (10,000)
- Jamtara (6,000)
- Pakur (7,000)
- Ranchi (22,000)
- Sahibganj (9,000)

Phase - II

- Bokaro (16,000)
- Chatra (8,000)
- Dhanbad (20,000)
- Dumka (10,000)
- East Singhbhum (16,000)
- Garhwa (10,000)
- Giridih (20,000)
- Gumla (8,000)
- Hazaribag (15,000)
- Khunti (4,000)
- Koderma (5,500)
- Latehar (5,500)
- Lohardaga (3,500)
- Palamu (15,000)
- Ramgarh (7,000)
- Seraikela Kharsawan (8,000)
- West Singhbhum (10,000)

Karnataka (5 Lakh Children)

Phase - I

- Bagalkot (15,000)
- Ballari (20,000)
- Bengaluru Rural (8,000)
- Bengaluru Urban (80,000)
- Belagavi (40,000)
- Bidar (14,000)
- Bijapur (19,000)
- Chamarajanagara (9,000)
- Chikkaballapura (10,000)
Chikkamagaluru (9,500)
- Chitradurga (15,000)
- Dakshina Kannada (18,000)
- Davanagere (15,000)
- Dharwad (15,000)
- Gadag (9,000)

- Hassan (15,000)
- Haveri (13,000)
- Kalaburagi (20,000)
- Kodagu (5,000)
- Kolar (12,500)
- Koppal (10,000)
- Mandya (15,000)
- Mysuru (25,000)
- Raichur (15,000)
- Ramanagara (9,000)
- Shivamogga (15,000)
- Tumakuru (20,000)
- Udupi (9,500)
- Uttara Kannada (10,000)
- Yadgir (9,500)

Kerala (3 Lakh Children)

Phase - I

- Alappuzha (20,000)
- Ernakulam (30,000)
- Idukki (10,000)
- Kannur (21,000)
- Kasaragod (10,000)
- Kollam (25,000)
- Kottayam (18,000)
- Kozhikode (28,000)
- Malappuram (35,000)
- Palakkad (25,000)
- Pathanamthitta (10,000)
- Thiruvananthapuram (30,000)
- Thrissur (30,000)
- Wayanad (8,000)

Madhya Pradesh (6 Lakh Children)

Phase - I

- Agar Malwa (4,000)
- Alirajpur (6,000)
- Anuppur (6,000)
- Ashok Nagar (7,000)
- Balaghat (15,000)
- Barwani (10,000)
- Betul (13,000)
- Bhind (14,000)
- Bhopal (20,000)
- Burhanpur (6,000)
- Chhatarpur (15,000)
- Chhindwara (17,000)
- Damoh (10,000)
- Datia (6,000)
- Dewas (13,000)
- Dhar (18,000)
- Dindori (6,000)
- Guna (10,000)

- Gwalior (16,000)
- Harda (5,000)
- Hoshangabad (10,000)
- Indore (27,000)
- Jabalpur (20,000)
- Jhabua (10,000)
- Katni (10,000)
- Khandwa (East Nimar) (10,000)
- Khargone (West Nimar) (15,000)
- Mandla (9,000)
- Mandsaur (10,000)
- Morena (15,000)
- Narsinghpur (9,000)
- Neemuch (7,000)
- Niwari (3,000)
- Panna (10,000)
- Raisen (10,000)
- Rajgarh (13,000)

- Ratlam (12,000)
- Rewa (20,000)
- Sagar (20,000)
- Satna (18,000)
- Sehore (10,000)
- Seoni (10,000)
- Shahdol (9,000)
- Shajapur (8,000)
- Sheopur (6,000)
- Shivpuri (14,000)
- Sidhi (10,000)
- Singrauli (10,000)
- Tikamgarh (12,000)
- Ujjain (16,000)
- Umaria (5,000)
- Vidisha (12,000)

Phase - II

- Chachaura-Binaganj (1000)
- Maihar (1000)
- Nagda(1000)

Maharashtra (9 Lakh Children)

Phase - I

- Ahmednagar (35,000)
- Akola (15,000)
- Amravati (20,000)
- Aurangabad (30,000)
- Beed (20,000)
- Bhandara (10,000)
- Buldhana (20,000)
- Chandrapur (15,000)
- Dhule (15,000)
- Gadchiroli (10,000)
- Gondia (10,000)
- Hingoli (10,000)
- Jalgaon (30,000)
- Jalna (15,000)
- Kolhapur (30,000)
- Latur (19,000)
- Mumbai City (25,000)
- Mumbai suburban (70,000)

- Nagpur (36,000)
- Nanded (26,000)
- Nandurbar (13,000)
- Nashik (48,000)
- Osmanabad (15,000)
- Palghar (24,000)
- Parbhani (14,000)
- Pune (75,000)
- Raigad (20,000)
- Ratnagiri (15,000)
- Sangli (20,000)
- Satara (25,000)
- Sindhudurg (10,000)
- Solapur (35,000)
- Thane (85,000)
- Wardha (10,000)
- Washim (10,000)
- Yavatmal (20,000)

Manipur (20,000 Children)

Phase - I

- Bishnupur
- Chandel
- Churachandpur
- Imphal East
- Imphal West
- Jiribam
- Kakching
- Kamjong

- Kangpokpi
- Noney
- Pherzawl
- Senapati
- Tamenglong
- Tengnoupal
- Thoubal
- Ukhrul

Note: No. of children to be supported in this state is considered as a whole (not district wise)

Meghalaya (25,000 Children)

Phase - I

- East Garo Hills
- East Jaintia Hills
- East Khasi Hills
- North Garo Hills
- Ri Bhoi
- South Garo Hills

- South West Garo Hills
- South West Khasi Hills
- West Garo Hills
- West Jaintia Hills
- West Khasi Hills

Note: No. of children to be supported in this state is considered as a whole (not district wise)

Mizoram (10,000 Children)

Phase - I

- Aizawl
- Champhai
- Hnahthial
- Khawzawl
- Kolasib
- Lawngtlai

- Lunglei
- Mamit
- Saiha
- Saitual
- Serchhip

Note: No. of children to be supported in this state is considered as a whole (not district wise)

Nagaland (15,000 Children)

Phase - I

- Dimapur
- Kiphire
- Kohima
- Longleng
- Mokokchung
- Mon
- Noklak

- Peren
- Phek
- Tuensang
- Wokha
- Zunheboto

Note: No. of children to be supported in this state is considered as a whole (not district wise)

Odisha (3.5 Lakh Children)

Phase - I

- Balasore (20,000)
- Bhadrak (12,000)
- Cuttack (20,000)
- Dhenkanal (10,000)
- Gajapati (5,000)
- Ganjam (30,000)
- Jagatsinghpur (10,000)
- Jajpur (15,000)
- Jharsuguda (5,000)
- Kendrapara (10,000)
- Kendujhar (Keonjhar) (15,000)
- Khordha (20,000)
- Mayurbhanj (20,000)
- Puri (15,000)
- Subarnapur (Sonepur) (5,000)

Phase - II

- Angul (10,000)
- Balangir (15,000)
- Bargarh (Baragarh) (12,000)
- Boudh (Bauda) (5,000)
- Debagarh (Deogarh) (3,000)
- Kalahandi (13,000)
- Kandhamal (5,000)
- Koraput (10,000)
- Malkangiri (5,000)
- Nabarangpur (10,000)
- Nayagarh (8,000)
- Nuapada (5,000)
- Rayagada (10,000)
- Sambalpur (10,000)
- Sundargarh (17,000)

Punjab (2.5 Lakh Children)

Phase - I

- Amritsar (20,000)
- Barnala (5,000)
- Bathinda (10,000)
- Faridkot (5,000)
- Fatehgarh Sahib (5,000)
- Fazilka (10,000)
- Firozpur (15,000)
- Gurdaspur (20,000)
- Hoshiarpur (10,000)
- Jalandhar (18,000)
- Kapurthala (7,000)
- Ludhiana (30,000)

- Mansa (6,500)
- Moga (8,000)
- Pathankot (5,000)
- Patiala (25,000)
- Rupnagar (5,000)
- Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar (9,000)
- Sangrur (14,000)
- Shahid Bhagat Singh Nagar (5,000)
- Sri Muktsar Sahib (7,500)
- Tarn Taran (10,000)

Rajasthan (5.5 Lakh Children)

Phase - I

- Ajmer (20,000)
- Alwar (30,000)
- Banswara (15,000)
- Baran (10,000)
- Barmer (20,000)
- Bharatpur (20,000)
- Bhilwara (19,000)
- Bikaner (19,000)
- Bundi (10,000)
- Chittorgarh (12,000)
- Churu (16,000)
- Dausa (13,000)
- Dholpur (10,000)
- Dungarpur (11,000)
- Ganganagar (16,000)
- Hanumangarh (14,000)
- Jaipur (54,000)

- Jaisalmer (6,000)
- Jalore (14,000)
- Jhalawar (11,000)
- Jhunjhunu (17,000)
- Jodhpur (30,000)
- Karauli (12,000)
- Kota (16,000)
- Nagaur (27,000)
- Pali (16,000)
- Pratapgarh (7,000)
- Rajsamand (9,000)
- Sawai Madhopur (11,000)
- Sikar (21,000)
- Sirohi (8,000)
- Tonk (11,000)
- Udaipur (25,000)

Sikkim (5,000 Children)

Phase - I

- East Sikkim
- North Sikkim
- South Sikkim
- West Sikkim

Note: No. of children to be supported in this state is considered as a whole (not district wise)

Tamil Nadu (6 Lakh Children)

Phase - I

- Ariyalur (6,000)
- Chengalpattu (20,000)
- Chennai (40,000)
- Coimbatore (30,000)
- Cuddalore (20,000)
- Dharmapuri (15,000)
- Dindigul (20,000)
- Erode (20,000)
- Kallakurichi (10,000)
- Kanchipuram (10,000)
- Kanyakumari (15,000)
- Karur (10,000)
- Krishnagiri (15,000)
- Madurai (25,000)
- Mayiladuthurai (8,000)
- Nagapattinam (6,000)
- Namakkal (15,000)
- Nilgiris (6,000)
- Perambalur (5,000)

- Pudukkottai (14,000)
- Ramanathapuram (10,000)
- Ranipet (10,000)
- Salem (30,000)
- Sivaganga (10,000)
- Tenkasi (10,000)
- Thanjavur (20,000)
- Theni (10,000)
- Thoothukudi (15,000)
- Tiruchirappalli (25,000)
- Tirunelveli (15,000)
- Tirupattur (10,000)
- Tirupur (20,000)
- Tiruvallur (30,000)
- Tiruvannamalai (20,000)
- Tiruvarur (10,000)
- Vellore (15,000)
- Viluppuram (15,000)
- Virudhunagar (15,000)

Telangana (3 Lakh Children)

Phase - I

- Adilabad (6,000)
- Bhadradri Kothagudem (10,000)
- Hyderabad (30,000)
- Jagtial (8,500)
- Jangaon (5,000)
- Jayashankar Bhupalpally (6,000)
- Jogulamba Gadwal (6,000)
- Kamareddy (8,000)
- Karimnagar (8,500)
- Khammam (10,000)
- Komaram Bheem (4,500)
- Mahabubabad (6,500)
- Mahbubnagar (10,000)
- Mancherial (7,000)
- Medak (6,500)
- Medchal-Malkajgiri (20,000)
- Mulugu (2,500)
- Nagarkurnool (7,500)
- Nalgonda (15,000)

- Narayanpet (4,500)
- Nirmal (6,000)
- Nizamabad (13,000)
- Peddapalli (7,000)
- Rajanna Sircilla (5,000)
- Ranga Reddy (20,000)
- Sangareddy (13,000)
- Siddipet (8,500)
- Suryapet (10,000)
- Vikarabad (7,500)
- Wanaparthy (6,000)
- Warangal Rural (6,000)
- Warangal Urban (10,000)
- Yadadri Bhuvanagiri (6,000)

Tripura (30,000 Children)

Phase - I

- Dhalai
- Gomati
- Khowai
- North Tripura

- Sepahijala
- South Tripura
- Unokoti
- West Tripura

Note: No. of children to be supported in this state is considered as a whole (not district wise)

Uttar Pradesh (16.5 Lakh Children)

Phase - I

- Agra (35,000)
- Aligarh (30,000)
- Ambedkar Nagar (20,000)
- Amethi (20,000)
- Amroha (15,000)
- Auraiya (10,000)
- Azamgarh (35,000)
- Bagpat (10,000)
- Bahraich (20,000)
- Ballia (25,000)
- Balrampur (15,000)
- Banda (15,000)
- Barabanki (25,000)
- Bareilly (35,000)
- Basti (20,000)
- Bhadohi (15,000)
- Bijnor (30,000)
- Budaun (30,000)
- Bulandshahr (30,000)
- Chandauli (15,000)
- Chitrakoot (8,000)
- Deoria (25,000)
- Etah (15,000)
- Etawah (15,000)

- Faizabad (20,000)
- Farrukhabad (15,000)
- Fatehpur (20,000)
- Firozabad (20,000)
- Gautam Buddh Nagar (15,000)
- Ghaziabad (40,000)
- Ghazipur (30,000)
- Gonda (25,000)
- Gorakhpur (35,000)
- Hamirpur (10,000)
- Hapur (10,000)
- Hardoi (30,000)
- Hathras (10,000)
- Jalaun (15,000)
- Jaunpur (35,000)
- Jhansi (15,000)
- Kannauj (10,000)
- Kanpur Dehat (15,000)
- Kanpur Nagar (35,000)
- Kasganj (10,000)
- Kaushambi (15,000)
- Kushinagar (30,000)
- Lakhimpur Kheri (30,000)
- Lalitpur (10,000)
- Lucknow (35,000)

- Maharajganj (20,000)
- Mahoba (7,000)
- Mainpuri (15,000)
- Mathura (20,000)
- Mau (15,000)
- Meerut (30,000)
- Mirzapur (20,000)
- Moradabad (40,000)
- Muzaffarnagar (35,000)
- Pilibhit (15,000)
- Pratapgarh (25,000)
- Prayagraj (50,000)
- Raebareli (25,000)
- Rampur (20,000)
- Saharanpur (30,000)
- Sambhal (20,000)
- Sant Kabir Nagar (15,000)
- Shahjahanpur (25,000)
- Shamli (10,000)
- Shravasti (10,000)
- Siddharthnagar (20,000)
- Sitapur (35,000)
- Sonbhadra (15,000)
- Sultanpur (30,000)
- Unnao (25,000)
- Varanasi (30,000)

Uttarakhand (80,000 Children)

Phase - I

- Almora (5,000)
- Bageshwar (2,000)
- Dehradun (13,500)
- Haridwar (15,000)
- Nainital (7,500)
- Pauri Garhwal (5,500)
- Rudraprayag (2,000)
- Tehri Garhwal (5,000)

Phase - II

- Chamoli (3,000)
- Champawat (2,000)
- Pithoragarh (3,500)
- Udham Singh Nagar (13,500)
- Uttarkashi (2,500)

West Bengal (7.5 Lakh Children)

Phase - I

- Alipurduar (14,000)
- Bankura (30,000)
- Birbhum (30,000)
- Darjeeling (15,000)
- Hooghly (45,000)
- Howrah (40,000)
- Kolkata (35,000)
- North 24 Parganas (80,000)
- Paschim Bardhaman (20,000)
- Paschim Medinipur (40,000)
- Purba Bardhaman (40,000)
- Purba Medinipur (35,000)
- Purulia (25,000)
- South 24 Parganas (65,000)

Phase - II

- Cooch Behar (25,000)
- Dakshin Dinajpur (14,000)
- Jalpaiguri (30,000)
- Jhargram (10,000)
- Kalimpong (2,000)
- Maldah (30,000)
- Murshidabad (60,000)
- Nadia (40,000)
- Uttar Dinajpur (25,000)

Union Territories (UT)

Andaman and Nicobar Islands (5,000 Children)

Phase - I

- Nicobar
- North and Middle Andaman
- South Andaman

Note: No. of children to be supported in this UT is considered as a whole (not district wise)

Chandigarh (10,000 Children)

Phase - I

- Chandigarh

Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu (5,000 Children)

Phase - I

- Dadra and Nagar Haveli
- Daman
- Diu

Note: No. of children to be supported in this UT is considered as a whole (not district wise)

Delhi (1.5 Lakh Children)

Phase - I

- Central Delhi (5,000)
- East Delhi (12,000)
- New Delhi (2,000)
- North Delhi (8,000)
- North East Delhi (15,000)
- North West Delhi (30,000)
- Shahdara (3,000)
- South Delhi (20,000)
- South East Delhi (10,000)
- South West Delhi (20,000)
- West Delhi (25,000)

Ladakh (3,000 Children)

Phase - I

- Kargil
- Leh

Note: No. of children to be supported in this UT is considered as a whole (not district wise)

Lakshadweep (2,000 Children)

Phase - I

- Lakshadweep

Puducherry (10,000 Children)

Phase - I

- Karaikal (1,700)
- Mahe (300)
- Pondicherry (7,500)
- Yanam (500)

Note: As we understand better, we will keep updating the information accordingly.