Rotary India Literacy Mission

Teacher Support program aims is to improve the professional abilities and performances of teachers through training, recognition to outstanding teachers and supplementing the efforts of teachers through volunteer teachers in schools.

E-learning program of RILM aims at improving the quality of teaching and learning through the use of Curriculum based audio visual modules in local languages. The hardware used is installed in LCD projectors and/or Television with content in android box.

Adult Literacy program seeks to impart functional literacy to non-literate adults (15+ ages) across India and then engage literate young adults in skill development training through various resource organizations.

Child Development program of RILM also known as Asha Kiran …a ray of hope is to bring /send out of school children back to schools. The program is currently being implemented in 15 states of India in partnership with 30 Non-Government Organizations.

In 2007-2008 he was made Zonal Secretary for Rotary Foundation. In 2008-2009 he was deputed as District Secretary Rotary Foundation. In 2008-2009, he was awarded Best Community Service Project and he also chaired the District Conference 'HORIZON-Look Beyond' for the same year at Hotel Taj Palace.In 2009-2010 he served as District Director Membership Development, and same year he was awarded Distinguished Service award.

Under Happy School program, selected Govt/Govt-aided primary and elementary schools are provided with /upgrade specific infrastructural facilities to create a joyful teaching learning experience.