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BC Development

SCHEMES OF THE BC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT:

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

Sanction of Post Matric Scholarships, Reimbursement of Tuition Fee to BCs and Reimbursement of Tuition Fee to EBC from Intermediate to PG courses.

  • Mahatma Jyothiba Phule Overseas Scholarship Scheme:

Government of Telangana is implementing a prestigious programme called “Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Overseas Vidya Nidhi Financial assistance for the benefit of poor BC & EBC students for higher education in foreign universities. “Mahatma Jyothiba Phule BC Overseas Vidya Nidhi” will be initially sanctioned to (300) BC Students every year and is open to all eligible graduates to pursue Post Graduate studies abroad. He/She should have a valid TOEFL/IELTS and GRE/GMAT scores with a age limit of less than (35) years and family income shall be less than Rs.5.00 lakhs per annum from all sources.

  • Pre Matric Scholarships:

Sanction of Pre-Matric Scholarships to the students from 5th standard to 10th standard to all the students whose parental income is below Rs.44,500/- though ePASS website.

  • Pre Matric Hostels:

Pre-Matric BC Hostels are functioning in the District including Girls and Boys Hostels.

  • Post Matric Hostels:

Post-Matric BC Hostels are functioning in the District including Girls and Boys Hostels.

  • MJPTBCWREIS Residential Schools:

Govt. of Telangana considering the need to uplift BC students in Social, Economic and Educational sector and has sanctioned (119) Residential Schools in entire State and   Govt. BC Residential Schools are sanctioned to the District. Including Boys and Girls Each School is functioning and many students are studying in these MJPTBCWREIS Schools.

  • Incentives to intercaste marriages:

Government of Telangana provides an award/honorarium of Rs.10,000/- to the inter caste married couple.

  • 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 provided by the B.C. Welfare Department.

  • Financial Assistance to Advocates:

Government of Telangana provides stipends to trainee B.C. Advocates towards purchase of Book and furniture etc.,

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
  10. Medara Co-op. Society
  11. Toddy Tappers Co-op. Finance.
  • Co-operative Finance Corporation Ltd.,

Financial Assistance Bankable Subsidy Schemes:

  • Abhyudaya Yojana for Urban areas.
  • 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.

  • Federation (Groups) Financial Assistance through 11 Community Federations Bankable Subsidy Schemes:

  • Washermen Co-op. Society
  • Nayee Brahmin Co-op. Society
  • Vaddera Co-op. Society
  • Sagara (Uppaar) Co-op. Society
  • Krishna Balija /Poosala Co-op. Society
  • Valmiki/Boya Co-op. Society
  • Battraju Co-op. Society
  • Vishwabrahmin Co-op. Society
  • Shalivahana / Kummari Co-op. Society
  • Medara Co-op. Society
  • Toddy Tappers Co-op. Finance.

The main aim of Telangana State 11 B.C. Co-operative Societies to assist the weaker sanctions of B.Cs for their Socio-economic development. The Federations are extended his 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 have around 15 individuals as members). The subsidy payable shall be Rs.15,00,000/- (Rupees Fifteen lakhs only) or less depending on 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/-.

Gudumba effected persons rehabilitation sanction of Financial  Assistance:

Govt. of Telangana has introduced new scheme i.e. financial assistance to Gudumba (illegal liquor sell) Effected persons rehabilitation. 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 100% to Gudumba Effected rehabilitation Persons.

Driver Empowerment Scheme:

Govt. of Telangana has introduced new scheme driver empowerment to employment generation of unemployed B.C.’s.

Eligible Criteria:

  • Applicant belongs to Telangana State.
  • Family annual income should not exceed Rs.2.00 lakhs.
  • Valid driving license with batch number.

Coaching and Training programmes through B.C.Study Circle for Unemployed Youth:

Coaching and Training programmes through B.C.Study Circle for Unemployed Youth like Group-I, Group-II, Sub Inspector of Police, VRO/VRA, TRT and all other competitive exams Including free study material, Tea, Snacks and Lunch.

Skill Development & Motivation programmes:

Conducting motivation classes, Career Development classes to the boarders of B.C.College Hostels by giving the special coaching by the subject experts of concerned B.C.Study Circle and Skill Development centre, Kamareddy on Verbal, Non-verbal Reasoning, Telangana History as well as on career guidance how to participate in competitive exams and how to be succeed and other skill development courses like beautician, Fashion designing, Call centre executives, emergency medical technicians, security guards along with the provision of placements.

KAMAREDDY  DISTRICT DURING THE YEAR 2020-2021

POPULATION :

Total Dist. Population BC. Population in the District Percentage of BC. Population.
9.72 lakhs 5.80 lakhs 59.67%

MAINTENANCE OF PRE & POST HOSTELS :-

Sl.

No.

Name of the Institution

 

No. of Hostels

No. of Govt.

Buildings

No. of Private

Buildings

Sanctioned Strength No.of students admitted 2019-2020

 

Remarks

Boys Girls Total
1 Pre Matric Hostels 13 05 18 18 0 1700 1700 ..
2 Post Matric  Hostels 4 4 08 01 07 600 600  
  Total :: 17 09 26 19 07 2300 2300  

During the year 2020-2021, an amount of Rs. 105.51 lakhs was released by the Commissioner, BC. Welfare, TS., Hyderabad towards Pre Matric & Post Matric BC.Hostels. Out of which an amount of Rs. 92.85 lakhs was incurred sofar.

DETAILS OF BASIC AMENITIES SUPPLIED TO ALL THE PRE-MATRIC B.C HOSTELS BOARDERS OF KAMAREDDY DISTRICT FOR THE YEAR 2019-2020.

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 Supplied during 2018-19
8 Trunk Box  1 per each Every 5 years Supplied during the academic year  2015-16 to all the boarders
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

ADMISSIONS INTO CORPORATE COLLEGES SCHEME:-

The B.C. hostel boarders who are obtained highest grade in SSC examinations will be admitted in corporate colleges free of cost for every academic year through online process. This academic year i.e., 2019-2020 (151) students are applied in e-pass website online for admission, out of which (17) BC. Students are selected.

2020 POST MATRIC SCHOLARSHIPS AND REIUMBURSMENT OF TUTION FEES SANCTIONED FOR THE YEAR 2019-2020.

                                                                                                                 (Rs.in lakhs)

Sl. No Particulars Budget released Expenditure No. of Students sanctioned
1 B.C. Post Matric Scholarships 316.50 315.36 6637
2 B.C. Fee Reimbursement 387.75 387.72 5942
3 E.B.C. Fee Reimbursement 74.39 74.37 705
  Total Colleges (87) 778.64 777.45 13284

2020 PRE MATRIC SCHOLARSHIPS TO 9TH & 10TH CLASS STUDENTS SANCTIONED FOR THE YEAR 2018-19 & 2019-2020.

                                                                                                                     (Rs.in lakhs)

Sl. No Year Budget released Expenditure No. of Students sanctioned
1 2018-2019 12.08 9.19 991
2 2019-2020 10.03 7.93 793
  Total 22.11 17.84 1784

INTERCASTE MARRIAGES INCENTIVE AWARDS SCHEME:-

The main goal of the scheme is to achieve Social Integration and caste less society. Incentives are given to the Inter caste married couples. Under this scheme a cash incentive of Rs.10,000/- along with an appreciation letter is given to the Inter-caste married couple. To be eligible under this scheme, either one of the spouses shall belong to Backward Classes. If both the spouses belong to Backward Classes but to different communities, then also the incentive will be given.

TRAINING TO B.C. ADVOCATES :-

In order to assist the Backward Classes advocates to improve their performance and settle down in legal profession, the Backward Classes Welfare Department is imparting training to BC Advocates in “Administration of Justice”.

Under the scheme, (04) eligible persons per annum per District are selected and provided training for a period of 3 years.

The following assistance is provided to each candidate during the training period.

  1. a) Enrolment fee of Rs.585/- (one time only)
  2. b) An amount of Rs.3,000/- towards purchase of books and Furniture

(one time Only)

  1. c) A stipend of Rs.1000/- per month for a period of ( 3 )years.

A press note has been published in all District Edition calling for applications from the intending B.C. Advocates of this district and (04) BC. Advocates will be selected by the Dist.Level Selection Committee.  In the year 2019-2020.  (02) BC. Advocates are selected for training.

 MAHATHMA JYOTHI BHA PHULE OVERSEAS VIDHYA NIDHI SCHEME :-

The scheme is implemented with a view to enable the benefit of higher education in Foreign Universities for top meritorious of Backward Classes Students and thereby providing them an opportunity for better career prospects within the country and aboard (i.e., countries eligible  are USA, UK, Austrlia, Canada, Singapore, Germany, New Zealand, Japan, France and South Korea) by the scheme “Mahatma Jyothiba Phule BC overseas Vidya Nidhi”  it has been introduced by the government during the year 2016 -17. The applications of students are applying through online. The ceiling of the income is  Rs  5.00 lakhs p.a from all sources.

            Under this scheme an amount of Rs. 20,00,000/- will be sanctioned to the selected candidate in (2) installments.

          In the year 2019-2020 (12) students are applied under this scheme from Kamareddy District.

HOSTEL WELFARE OFFICERS CADRE STRENGHT, WORKING & VACANCIES :-

Sl No. NO. OF H.W.O. POST SANCTIONED NO. OF H.W.O’S WORKING NO. OF H.W.O. POSTS VACANCIES
Pre Matric Hostels Post matric Hostels Total Pre Matric Hostels Post matric Hostels Total Pre Matric Hostels Post matric Hostels Total
1 18 8 26 13 08 21 05 00 05

2020 SSC RESULTS MARCH 2020 AND STUDENTS APPEARING FOR 2019-2020.

 

S.No

No. of Hostels 2019-2020 SSC Results District %
No. of Students Appeared No. of Students Passed No. of Students failed Pass %
1 18 273 273 00 100% 100%

KALYANA LAXMI PATHAKAM & SHADI MUBARAK TO SC, ST, BC, EBC & MINORITIES FOR THE YEAR 2018-19 & 2019-20.

The Govt. has introduce Kalyana Laxmi Pathakam & Shadi Mubarak Scheme to SC, ST,BC, EBC and Minorities from 1-4-2016  with a financial assistance of Rs.51,000/- to each unmarried girl of Telangana State belonging to Socially and Educationally Backward Classes and Economically Backward Classes at the time of marriage and the cheque will be issued in the name of mother of bride. Further, it is submit that, the financial assistance has been enhanced to Rs.75,116/- w.e.f 01/08/2017 and later on it has been enhance up to Rs.1,00,116/- w.e.f. 01/04/2018.

(Rs.in lakhs)

Sl. No Scheme Total Registered Sanctioned To be sanctioned Budget released Expenditure
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 BCs 4268 2441 1827 2657.13 2649.98
2 EBCs 387 233 154
  TOTAL 4655 2674 981 2657.13 2649.98

IMPLEMENTATION OF B.C. CORPORATION SCHEMS :

The Govt. vide G.O.Rt.No. 50 BC. Welfare (B) Dept., dt. 09/03/2018 has issued funding pattern of subsidy to implement the Economic Support scheme with the following pattern of subsidy for BCs in the State.

Subsidy Bank Loan / Others
80% (for unit cost upto Rs. 1.00 lakh) Balance as Bank Loan / Individual contribution
70% (for unit cost upto Rs. 2.00 lakhs)
60% (limited to Rs. 5.00 lakhs for unit cost from Rs. 2.01 lakhs upto Rs. 12.00 lakhs)

In the G.O.Rt.No. 68 BC.Welfare (B) Dept., dt. 24/03/2018 has been permitted to invite new applications from the individuals / Societies through online in TSOBMMS of Centre for Good Governance upto 21/04/2018 and issued the guidelines for the selection and implementation procedure for the Economic Support Schemes to the Backward Classes in the State vide G.O.Ms.No. 12 BC.Welfare (B) Dept., dt. 10/05/2018 . Further, the budget also released by the Govt. under BCs, MBCs and (11) Federations. Accordingly, the amount of Rs.50,000/- has been sanctioned to the BCs,MBCs and (11) Federation caste peoples who are applied under ISB & General sector. The details are as follows.

                                                                                                                                                                    (Rs.in lakhs)

 

Sl. No. Name of the Scheme Budget released Number sanctioned under ISB sector with 100% subsidy to each Expenditure incurred Balance
Fin. Phy Fin Fin Fin
I) BC.Corporation 235.00 470 50000 235.00 0.00
II) MBC. Corporation 270.00 54 50000 27.00 As per instructions of CEO, MBC. Corporation, TS. Hyd. Rs.243.00 lakhs has been transferred in the account of C.E.O.
III) Savithri Bai Phule Abudaya Yojana Scheme 25.00 10 50000 5.00 20.00
  Total 530.00 534 150000 267.00 20.00

FEDERATIONS .

Sl. No. Name of the Scheme Budget released No. sanctioned under ISB sector with 100% subsidy to each Expendi-ture incurred Amount return as per HODs Balance Available
Fin Phy Fin Fin
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 Washermen Coop.Federation. 72.5 145 50000 72.5 0 0
2 Nayee Brahmin Coop.Federation 195 267 50000 133.5 33.8 27.7
3 Sagara (Uppara) Coop.Federation 18 1 50000 0.5 16.5 1
4 Krishna Balija/ Poosala Coop. Federation 12.5 16 50000 8 1 3.5
5 Vishvabrahmin Coop.Federation 66.5 133 50000 66.5 0 0
6 Kummara Shalivahana Coop. Federation 26.5 20 50000 10 14.5 2
7 Medara Coop. Federation 6 12 50000 6 0 0
8 Taddy Tappers Coop.Federation 69.5 78 50000 39 15.5 15
9 Vaddera Coop. Federation 29.5 59 50000 29.5 0 0
10 Valmiki Boya Coop. Federation 20.5 6 50000 3 16.5 1
11 Bhatraj Coop. Federation 4 2 50000 1 2.5 0.5
  Total 520.5 739   369.5 100.3 50.7

CONSTRUCTION OF DHOBIGHATS :

The Govt. is implementation construction of Dhobighats to Rajaka community peoples. In Kamareddy District (6) Dhobighats are sanctioned. The details as follows.

Sl. No. Target Number sanctioned Expenditure incurred Expenditure yet to be incurred Remarks
Phy Fin Phy Fin Phy Fin Phy Fin
1 6 33.60 5 28.00 3 16.79 3 16.80

It is to submit that, (3) Dhobighat are completed i.e., at

(i) Chinna Athamakur (V), Nagireddypet (Mdl)

(ii) Achampet (V), Nizamsagar (Mdl) and (iii) Ibrahimpet (V), Banswada (Mdl)  and the following  (3) Dhobighats at i.e., Yellareddy, Bichkunda & Komalancha are under process.

Department Websites:

Office Staff at Kamareddy District:

S.No. Name Designation Mobile Number Email address
1 DANDU SRINIVAS DIST. BC DEVELOPMENT OFFICER(FAC) 9177131108 dbcdo-kmr-ts@nic.in
2 DANDUGULA YADAGIRI Asst BC Development OfFicer 9492211702 abcdo-kmr-bcd@telangana.gov.in
3 HIPPARGEKAR REVANAPPA Senior Assistant 9492013128 sa-a-kmr-bcd@telangana.gov.in
4 MOHAMMED ASHWAQ AHMED junior Assistant cum Typiest 9000883206 ja-b-kmr-bcd@telangana.gov.in
5 PARIGE JEEVAN VIJAY KUMAR junior Assistant 8328144387 ja-c-kmr-bcd@telangana.gov.in
6 K.Gayithri junior Assistant 9948621805 ja-io-kmr-bcd@telangana.gov.in
7 D.Anasuya Data Opertor 9652164195 deo-kmr-bcd@telangana.gov.in
8 N.Thirumala junior Assistant 9640736071 ja-e-kmr-bcd@telangana.gov.in
9 T.Ganaga Laxmi junior Assistant 8985773682 ja-d-kmr-bcd@telangana.gov.in