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B.C. DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

Brief Introduction about the Department:

The Backward Classes Welfare Department focuses on the welfare and development of Backward Classes, aims to promote the Social, Educational advancement and Economic development among the backward classes

Schemes and Activities of the Departments

1. Pre Matric Hostels:

(10) Pre-Matric BC Hostels are functioning in the District, out of which (08) are Boys Hostels and (2) are Girls Hostels. (1480) poor students are staying in these (10) BC Hostels.

2. Post Matric Hostels:

(5) Post-Matric BC Hostels are functioning in the District, out of which (3) are Boys Hostels and (2) are Girls Hostels. (600) poor students are staying in these (5) BC Hostels

DETAILS OF BASIC AMENITIES SUPPLIED TO ALL THE PRE-MATRIC B.C HOSTELS BORDERS OF WANAPARTHY DISTRICT FOR THE YEAR 2020-21.

Sl. No.

Item

Number / Scale

Approximate-mate Cost

Supply Period

Supplied or Not Yes / No

1

Diet Charges (Pre Matric Hostels)

III – VII

VIII – X

Rs. 950/-

Rs. 1100/-

Every Month

Paid regularly every month

2

Diet Charges (Post Matric Hostels)

 Intermediate – Post graduation

Rs.1500/-

Every Month

Paid regularly every month

3

Note Books

  III –    V   = 05

IX –   X    = 12

VII –VIII  =12

VI    = 09

Every Year

Supplied

4

Text Books

The H.M. concerned will supplied all the Text Books to the Boarders

Every Year

Distributed to all the boarders by concerned HMs in the schools

5

Dresses

3rd class to 10th  class    (4 pairs)

Every Year

Distributed

6

Cosmetic charges

Boys (IIIrd to Xth)

Girls  (VIII-X)

Girls (IIIrd – VII)

Rs.62/-

Rs.55/-

Rs.75/-

Every Month

Paid regularly every month

7

Plates & Glasses

1 Plate 1 Glass

Every 5 years

 

8

Trunk Box

 1 per each

Every 5 years

 

9

Bed Sheets,Carpets &  Woolen blanket

1 Bed Sheet,

1 Carpet

1 Woolen blanket

Every Year

Supplied to all the boarders

10

Maabadi & Patashala

5th to 10th class boarders

Every month

Supplied to all the boarders

3. Post Matric Scholarships, Reimbursement of Tuition Fee to BC Students, and Reimbursement of Tuition Fee to EBC Students:

The government of Telangana is implementing Post Matric Scholarship Scheme on a saturation basis to enable the poor and eligible students belonging to OBCs who are admitted under Convener Quota   (Category – ‘A’) only to pursue higher studies in the Universities and the institutions regulated by the Government. It consists of two schemes.1) Maintenance fees (MTF) 2) Reimbursement of tuition fees (RTF).

4. Pre Matric Scholarships:

Sanction of Pre-Matric Scholarships to the Govt/Aided School students from 9th standard to 10th standard to all the students whose parental income is below Rs.1,50,000/- though EPASS website

5. Incentives to inter-caste marriages:

a. The Govt has introduced schemes for inter-caste married couples.

b. Married couples should to different caste should apply for incentive awards along with caste.

c. Certificate age certificate joint photos of first marriage certificate etc., the couples @ Rs.10000/-.

6. Mahatma Jyothiba Phule BC Overseas Vidya Nidhi:

The government introduced a new scheme i.e. “Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Overseas Vidya Nidhi” or Financial Assistance to BC and EBC students to pursue Post Graduation courses abroad in 10 countries i.e. USA, UK, Canada, Australia, Singapore, Germany, New Zealand, Japan, France & South Korea by providing financial assistance of Rs.20.00 Lakhs along with Air Ticket fare up to Rs.50, 000/- and Visa Charges per student, provided the annual family income does not exceed Rs.5.00 Lakhs per annum under the scheme.

7. Training to BC Law Graduates in Administration of Justice:

The Govt. is implementing a Training Programme in Administration of Justice to the eligible BC Law Graduates whose self/ parental income does not exceed Rs. 2.00 Lakhs per annum. B.C. Department is providing assistance to the BC Advocates enabling them to improve their performance in their profession @ 4 Advocates per district.

  1. An enrolment fee of Rs. 585/-.
  2. Rs.3000/- towards the purchase of books & furniture.
  3. A stipend of Rs.500/- p.m. for 3 years.

8. Kalyana Laxmi Scheme to B.Cs & E.B.Cs.

This scheme is dealing with Revenue Department as the Tahsildars will verify the applications and submit the Revenue divisional Officer, the Revenue divisional Officers will sanction as per eligibility after passing of the bills the cheques will be distributed by the Hon’ble M.L.As of the respective constituency. The budget will be provided by the B.C. Welfare Department. The Sanction of One Eligible couple amount is Rs.1,00,116/-

9. Construction Dhobhights for the completed for the year 2015-16.

05 Dhobhights are functioning in the District for the Group Rajaka Peoples to develop their professional skills and provide them the best livelihood. This scheme may be utilized for a group of specified professional Communities of Rajaka Peoples.

10. Registration of New B.C. Federations:

Registration-New website is launched for Registration of Primary Cooperative Societies and affiliation of the same to the concerned Federations through online – Site opened website: http://tsbcwd.cgg.gov.in

  1. Washermen Co-op. Society
  2. Nayee Brahmin Co-op. Society
  3. Vaddera Co-op. Society
  4. Sagara (Uppaar) Co-op. Society
  5. Krishna Balija /Poosala Co-op. Society
  6. Valmiki/Boya Co-op. Society
  7. Battraju Co-op. Society
  8. Vishwabrahmin Co-op. Society
  9. Shalivahana / Kummari Co-op. Society Medara Co-op. Society
  10. Medara Co-op.Society
  11. Toddy Tappers Co-op.Finance.

Financial Assistance Bankable Subsidy Schemes.

  1. Abhyudaya Yojana for Urban areas.
  1. Margin Money for Rural areas.

The main aim of Telangana State B.C. Co-operative Finance Corporation to assist the weaker sanctions of B.Cs for their Socio-economic development. The Corporation is extended his service to assist the weaker section of B.Cs for their economic development by way of financial assistance. Arranging Subsidy (80%), (70%), & (60%) from Corporation for Category – I, II, III and (20%), (30%), & (40%) bank loan, subsidy subject only. Unit cost ranges from Rs. 100,000/- to Rs. 10,00,000/-. The average unit cost taken for plan of category wise.

B.C. Federation (Groups) Financial Assistance through 11 Community Federations Bankable Subsidy Schemes:

a).Washermen Co-op. Society

b).Nayee Brahmin Co-op. Society

c).Vaddera Co-op. Society

d).Sagara (Uppaar) Co-op. Society

e).Krishna Balija /Poosala Co-op. Society

f).Valmiki/Boya Co-op. Society

g).Battraju Co-op. Society

h).Vishwabrahmin Co-op. Society

i).Shalivahana / Kummari Co-op. Society

j). Medara Co-op. Society

k). Toddy Tappers Co-op. Finance.

The main aim of Telangana State 11 B.C. Co-operative Societies to assist the weaker sections of B.Cs for their Socio-economic development. The Federations are extended their service to assist the weaker section of B.Cs for their economic development by way of financial assistance. “The Subsidy shall be limited to              Rs.1, 00, 000/- per member of the Society (Society usually has around 15 individuals as members). The subsidy payable shall be Rs.15,00,000/- (Rupees Fifteen Lakhs only) or less depending on the number of members in the Society). The unit cost will be Rs.2,00,000/- per member and Rs.30,00,000/- Lakhs (Rupees Thirty Lakhs only) for 15 members group with Bank Loan of 50% i.e. Rs.1,00,000/- per member, for each society at Rs.15,00,000/-.

ECONOMIC SUPPORT SCHEME THROUGH BC CORPORATION, 11 BC  FEDERATIONS & MOST BACKWARD CLASSES CORPORATION.(2018-19)

  • In BC Corporation total of 4935 applications are registered for the year 2017-18 and 2018-19. In this Cat-I 911 applications, Cat-II 1869 applications, Cat-III 2155 applications are registered and in Most Back Ward Classes (MBC) total of 108 applications are registered in various schemes applications are registered in various schemes.
  • In 11 B.C.Federation scheme for the year 2017-18 and 2018-19 total applications 4638 are registered online. In this Cat-I 1027, Cat-II 1816, Cat-III 1795 are registered.

Free Electricity Providing to Washermen / Rajaka’s Communities up to 250 units.

The scheme is applicable only to NayeeBrahmins and Rajaka for beneficiaries consuming less than 250 units of electricity per month from 01-04-2021. Eligible beneficiaries can apply through TS OBMMS on the CGG Online Portal (https://tsobmms.cgg.gov.in/) of the BC Welfare Department.

For Target Allocations and Achievements & Staff Details, Photographs please click the below link:

Target Allocations and Achievements & Staff Details, Photograph