To facilitate the implementation of IAPT programs, the whole country has been divided into the following 20 regions. Each region is represented in the Executive Council by a Vice-President, a Joint Secretary and a Member. They along with seven more co-opted members constitute the Regional Council. These Regional Councils are partly financed by the central body and also generate their own funds.
Regional councils of The IAPT with respective zones (2018)
|Regional Council (RC)||Area/areas covered||Zones where the RC Belong to|
|RC 1||Delhi & Haryana||North|
|RC 2||Punjab and J&K||North|
|RC3||Himachal Pradesh, Chandigarh||North|
|RC 7||Gujarat, Daman & Diu||West|
|RC 9||Madhya Pradesh||Central|
|RC 11||Andhra Pradesh||South|
|RC 12||Karnataka and Lakshadwip||South|
|RC 13||Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry||South|
|RC 15||West Bengal, Sikkim, A & N||East|
|RC 17||Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh||East|
|RC 18||Tripura, Mizoram, Nagaland, Manipur||East|
In a sub region where there are more than 100 life members, a sub regional council can be formed. Goa, Gujarat & Orissa have sub regional councils.