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Slogan Competition -2021

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day -2021

To mark the WORLD ELDER ABUSE AWARENESS DAY (WEAAD) 2021, International Longevity Centre-India with the support of Gharda Chemicals Ltd. organized a SLOGAN Competition for ...
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Senior Citizens and Covid-19

Since April 2020, India was under strict lock-down for almost seven months. It was not possible to interact with senior citizens as they were among ...
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The Impact of Covid-19 on ageing in the SAARC countries : The path ahead

International Institute on Ageing United Nations - Malta  and International Longevity Centre - India jointly organized a series of virtual webinars for the SAARC countries ...
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Call for application for "Anjani Mashelkar Inspiration Award 2022", an award instituted by PadmaVibhushan Dr. R. A. Mashelkar, President of ILC-I will be given at the end of this year! Please visit our website http://ilcindia.in to download the application form.

ILC-I celebrated "International Day of Older Persons" today on 1st October 2022 in a remote area of Gargoti, Kolhapur through a distribution programme titled "Saath Niramay Aarogyachi" for the senior citizens to help them with active ageing and maintain brain health!

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About International Longevity Centre-India

The International Longevity Centre-India is registered as a not-for-profit company under Section 25 of the Indian Companies Act, 1956; since 2008 and currently applicable is Section 8 of the Company Act, 2013.

International Longevity Centre-India as the member of the Global Alliance of the International Longevity Centres and as an NGO, enjoys Special Consultative Status with United Nations’ Economic and Social Council (UN ECOSOC).

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Board of Directors

International Longevity Centre-India Pride & Honour

Dr. R. A. Mashelkar, President of ILC-I, has been awarded the second highest national civilian Award, the PadmaVibhushan, by the Indian Government, in recognition of the stellar services rendered by him in the fields of science and technology.

His contribution, as one of the leading international scientists, has been acknowledged by India through this very prestigious award which is given to only a select few individuals for their achievements. He has already been conferred several awards and honorary degrees by different national and international universities, organizations.

Dr. Mashelkar was conferred the Padma Vibhushan Award by the President of India, Mr. Pranab Mukherjee, at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, Delhi, on the 31st of March 2014 at a glittering function attended by the Vice President, the Prime Minister of India, the leaders of the various political parties, and other eminent personalities.

It is indeed a moment of pride and national honour for all of us at ILC-I to be a part of this glorious occasion.

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Our Team

Executive Director

Executive Assistant to the Execute Director

Programme Coordinator

System Coordinator

Research Coordinator

Account Assistant

Our Programmes

Valueducation

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Mobile Literacy Training Programme

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Happy Hours Café

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Physiotherapy Assessment Camp

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Testimonials

Col. Kumar Fulay
The work they do is multilayered concentrating on various stakeholders in the field of ageing such as Seniors, Caregivers, Geriatricians, Social workers and Researchers
"It is a pleasure to work with ILC-I"
Nanda Londhe
It was a pleasure to meet an enthusiastic team who are willing to work with seniors.
"Participated in the activity of ILC-I"
Anant Gogate
we enjoyed learning the mobile during two days' training.
"Thank you ILC-I for organizing MLT programmes"

Our News

The International Longevity Centre-India (ILC-I), with the CSR support of Gharda Chemicals Ltd, is running the innovative VALUEDUCATION project in different schools in Pune, for the year 2018-19.

Strengthening our Value System

ILC-I believes in Productive, Participatory, Healthy, Qualitative Ageing.

The outcome of Psudo-westernized society

In such a society, wherein the younger generations have imbibed the western values of liberated independence.

Young India Growing Old

The population of India is more than 1 billion- a very well-known fact. India is the second most populous country in the world.

Issues and Concerns of the elderly

There is a great difference in the situation of the elderly a couple of decades ago and that of today.

Gharda Chemicals Ltd As The Change-maker

GHARDA CHEMICALS through its support, is in the role of the ‘Change-Maker’ under this innovative project

Value for a Healthy Society

A society is what its children are! For after all the children of today are the adult citizens of tomorrow.

Objective of this initiative on “Valueducation of our Children”

This initiative on “Valueducation of our Children” seeks

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