The Wancho script is used to write the Wancho language spoken in India. It is a simple alphabetic script comprised of letters which represent both consonants
and vowels. There are no conjunct characters. Diacritical marks are used on vowel letters to indicate tone. The Wancho script has its own set of digits. Punctuation marks are commonly used marks such as comma, full stop and question mark.

The Wancho script is recently devised by Mr Banwang Losu. A font has been created for it and one book has been published using the script.