What are the benefits of scheduled caste?

What are the benefits of scheduled caste?

Scheduled Castes

  • UGC special cells for SCs and STs in universities and institutions.
  • Centrally sponsored Scheme of Pre-Matric Scholarship for Scheduled Castes Students.
  • Pre-Matric Scholarships to the Children of those engaged in Unclean Occupations.

How can I get SC Corporation loan in Andhra Pradesh?

Applicants will need the following documents to avail the subsidy loan project, an initiative of the Government of Andhra Pradesh.

  1. Proof of identity (one of them) Aadhar Card. Pan Card. Voter id.
  2. income certificate.
  3. Caste certificate (Minorities not required)
  4. Bank account passbook.
  5. Residential proof.
  6. Birth Certificate.

Which caste comes under SC?

List of Scheduled Castes

Official name as SC Dates States where have SC status
Barar, Burar, Berar 1950 designated Punjab (1950)
Batwal 1950 designated Punjab (1950)
Bauria, Bawaria 1950 designated Punjab (1950)
Bazigar 1950 designated Punjab (1950) Haryana (1950) Himachal Pradesh (1950) Rajasthan (1950, grouped with Madari)

How do female entrepreneurs get a loan?

The Mahila Udyam Nidhi Scheme or MUN is provided under Small Industries Development Bank of India. Under this scheme, women entrepreneurs can get maximum financial support of up to Rs. 10 lakh for the purpose of establishing new industrial venture in the small scale sector.

Can we get personal loan without job?

Yes, you can get a loan even without a job. Many lenders in India offer loans to applicants who do not have a job. Of course, the terms and conditions for such loans are different from loans than the loans provided to income earners.

What are all the caste comes under OBC?

Its report stated that prime beneficiaries of 97% OBC reservation includes Yadav, Kurmi, Jat (Jats of Rajasthan except those of Bharatpur and Dholpur district are in Central OBC list), Saini, Thevar, Ezhava and Vokkaliga castes.

Are Pradhan scheduled caste?

In terms of India’s Affirmative action policy, they are a Forward caste/General in all of India except in Sikkim where, like the entirety of its native Nepali-origin population, Pradhans/Newars are given protective status; Newars, along with Bahun and Chhetri of Sikkim, have been categorised as Other Backward Class.