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(A) Government of Delhi. The plan schemes included under the sector "Welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Min." are being implemented by the following Departments of Government of NCT of Delhi.
 
Sl. No. Name of the Department Number of schemes being implemented
1. Department for the Welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Min. 8
2. Dte of Education 2
3. DSCFDC 7
4. Dte. of Training & Technical Education 1
5. Irrigation & Flood Control Department 1
  Total 19
 
(B) Centrally Sponsored Scheme
 
 
Sl. No. Name of the Department Number of schemes being implemented
1. Department for the Welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Min. 7
2. Divisional Commissioner office 1
  Total 8
 
Type of Schemes
 
 
Sl.No Sector/ Scheme Implementing Agency
1. Educational Development
Free Supply of Stationery to SC/ST/OBC/Min. students in school.
Department for the Welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Min./ Dte. Of Education
2. Merit Scholarship to SC/ST/OBC/Min. Students.  
(a) Merit Scholarship to SC/ST/OBC/Min. (Class with VIth to XII) Department for the Welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Min./ Dte. Of Education
(b) Merit scholarship for College & professional institution student belonging to SC/ST/OBC/Min. Department for the Welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Min.
3. Vocational & Tech. Scholarship to SC/ST/OBC/Min. Students Dte. of Training & Technical Education
4. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar State Award for the Toppers amongst SC/ST/OBC/Min. students Department for the Welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Min.
5. Reimbursement of tuition fee for SC/ST/OBC/Min. students in public schools Department for the Welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Min.
6. Hostel for SC/ST/OBC/Min. Boys at Dilshad Garden Department for the Welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Min.
7. Hostel for SC/ST/OBC/Min. Girls at Dilshad Garden Department for the Welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Min.
8. Pre- Examination coaching for SC/ST/OBC/Min. students. Department for the Welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Min.
9. Health, Housing and Others
Funding of 50% share by the Government towards development charges for electrification of Unelectrified house sites/colonies allotted under twenty point programme (TPP)
Department for the Welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Min.
10 Institutions of Dr. Ambedkar Ratan Award Department for the Welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Min
 
Schemes being implemented by DSFDC.
 
 
11. Educational Loan Scheme for SC/ST/OBC and Minority Details available on the website of DSFDC
  Economic Development  
12. Composite Loan Scheme Details available on the website of DSFDC
13. Providing Financial Assistance for purchase of light commercial vehicles like DLY Taxis, Tata-407, Tempo, Passenger Vehicles (CNG), Loading Vehicles etc. Details available on the website of DSFDC
14. Providing financial Assistance for purchase of CNG three wheeler scooters. Details available on the website of DSFDC
15. Big loan/industrial/service sector loan project costing upto Rs. 5.00 lacs Details available on the website of DSFDC
16. Vocational Training to youth belonging to Economically backward classes including SC/ST/OBC/Minority. Details available on the website of DSFDC
17. Financial Assistance to DSFDC. Details available on the website of DSFDC  
Sl. No Sector/ Scheme Implementing Agency
18. Improvement of SC/ST Basties Irrigation & Flood Department
19 Construction of Hostel at Kasturba Balika Vidyalaya, Ishwar Nagar, New Delhi Dpt for Welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Min.
 
Centrally Sponsored Schemes
 
 
Sl. No Sector/ Scheme Implementing Agency
1. Implementation of the Protection Civil Rights Act, 1955 and SC/ST (Prevention of atrocities) Act, 1989. Department for the Welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Min.
2. (a)Coaching and allied assistance for weaker sections including SC/OBC/Min.

(b)Pre-exam Coaching Centers for SC/ST students.
Department for the Welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Min.
3. Post Metric Scholarship to SC/ST/OBC students. Department for the Welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Min.
4. SCA to SCP DSCFDC/DTTE
5. Merit-Cum-Means based Scholarship for Students belonging to Minority Communities. Dpt for Welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Min.
6. Post Matric Scholarship for Students belonging to the Minority Communities Dpt for Welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Min.
7. Pre-Matric Scholarship for minority Dpt for Welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Min.
8. Incentive to Inter Caste Marriage Divisional Commissioner office
 
Free Supply of Stationery to SC-ST-OBC-Min. students in school.
 
DETAILS OF SCHEMES / PROGRAMMES..

1.  Free supply of stationery to SC/ST/ OBC/Minorities students in schools.
  Amount of Assistance
 
a. VI to VIII  class
  Rs.45/-  P.M.  for 10 months
b. IX to XII      class
  Rs.75/- P.M.  for 10 months
  Terms and Conditions
 
a. Financial assistance is provided for purchase of stationery to SC/ST/ OBC/Minorities students of 6th or 12th class studying Govt. of India/GNCT of Delhi/Aided Recognized schools
b. Family income should not exceed Rs. 1.00 lakh   P.A.
  Note: - Scheme is being implemented by Education Dept expect in recognized Public Schools/Kendriya Vidyalya and School under MCD, NDMC & DCB.
Period
  Within three months after commencement of academic session.
 
 
2(A)   Merit scholarship to SC/ST/OBC/Minorities  Students (VIth to XII)

RATES:-

For  securing 55% & above  but less  than 60% of the marks in  the previous exam.
Class VI to VIII                        Rs. 500/- per annum.
Class IX to XII                         Rs. 1350/-  per annum.
For  securing   60% & above  marks in  the previous exam.

Class VI to VIII                        Rs. 600/- per annum.

Class IX to XII                         Rs. 1700/-  per annum.

ELIGIBILITY:-

a.
Students  studying in class VI  to XII in  Central Govt /Govt. of Delhi/  Aided/  Recognised/Local bodies   schools  are eligible.
b. Family income limit is not applicable  in case of SC/ST students.  But family income should not exceed  Rs. 1.00 lakh per annum  in case of OBC and minorities students.
Note: - Scheme is being implemented by Education Dept expect in recognized Public Schools/Kendriya Vidyalya and School under MCD, NDMC & DCB.

Period

Within three months after commencement of academic session
 
 
5. Reimbursement of tuition fee for SC/ST/OBC/Min. students in public schools                      

Amount of Assistance / Terms & Conditions

The SC/ST/OBC/Min.  students studying in Ist to Vth will be entitled to get reimbursement of tution fee and other compulsory fee irrespective of the percentage of marks.   But in case of students studying in VI to XIIth  class tution and other compulsory fee will be reimbursed to only those students scoring 50% & above marks and having attendance not less than 80% in the preceding year.

The reimbursement is 100% to the students whose family income do not exceed Rs.60000/- per annum.  In case, students whose family income is more than Rs.60000/- and below Rs.1.00 lakh per annum  75% of the fee will is  reimbursed.
 
 
Department for the Welfare of SC/ST/OBC/Minorities
Achievement
1 Delhi has the distinction of having a separate department for the Welfare of the SC/ST/OBC/Min. headed by a senior officer. The department facilities accelerated development of the SC/ST/OBC/Min. people and is implementing more than forty plan schemes in the field of educational, social & economic development by way of providing monitory support both as grant and loan.
2.  “Delhi Safai Karamcharis Commission” has been constituted to look into the grievances of Safai Karamcharis of NCT of Delhi.
3 In another decision which has benefited lakhs of SC /ST people who have migrated to Delhi from other parts of the country, the guidelines for issue of SC /ST certificates have been liberalized. Earlier, only the people who migrated prior to 1951 were being issued SC/ST certificates as natives of Delhi. For others, there was a tedious process of verification from their home district, which took months. Under the new order issued on July 27, 2005 the applicants who are born in Delhi or who have studied in Delhi or who have resided in Delhi for the last 5 years will be issued the caste certificates without such verification.
4 Until recently, the benefit of reservation in jobs in Delhi was available only to the native of Delhi and not to the migrated SC/ST people. An order has been issued on June 30, 2005 making all the SC /ST candidates, irrespective of their nativity, eligible for the jobs under the Government of NCT of Delhi. Over the years, thousands of SC /ST people will benefit from this decision.

 The major schemes being implemented by the department during XI five Year Plans are:-
a Improvement works in SC /ST Basties.
b Merit Scholarship of SC/ST/OBC/Min. students studying in Class VI to XII, College & Professional Institutions.
c Free Supply of Stationery to SC/ST/OBC/Min. students.
5. For the welfare of the SC /ST people, apart from various schemes of different departments which have provision for preferential treatment, we are implementing a special scheme for improvement of SC /ST Bastis. Guidelines of the scheme have been liberalized to benefit the maximum possible people under the scheme by providing infrastructure development works like kharanjas, road and side drains and construction/ repair of Chaupals/Barat Ghar are being carried out in the areas having 33% and above SC population. Earlier, these works were being carried in the Basties having more than 51% SC population.
6 The Government has enhanced the income ceiling limit from Rs.48000/- per annum to Rs. 1.00 lakh per annum under various educational schemes. The condition of producing income certificate from SDM has also been  dispensed with. Insteed, the parents or guardian of their own would furnish an affidavit in respect of their annual income. Due to enhanced annual income of parents, lakhs of students belonging to SC/ST/OBC/Min. communities would be benefited in getting scholarship under different scholarship schemes.
7 Under the scheme of “Merit Scholarship to SC/ST/OBC/Min. students studying in Class VI to XII and College & Professional Institutions”, scholarship is being provided to SC/ST/OBC/Min. students scoring 55% and above marks in the previous examination at the school level and at college level 60% and above marks are required.
8 Under the scheme of “Free Supply of Stationery to SC/ST/OBC/Min. students” an amount of Rs.450/- per annum to Rs.750/- per annum is provided to the poor SC/ST/OBC/Min. students studying in Class VI to XII for purchase of stationery.
9 The Delhi SC /ST Financial and Development Corporation was set in 1983 to formulate and implement income generating schemes for all around development of the SC /STs. For the purpose, the Corporation is implementing several self employment and training schemes and has also allotted worksheds to the people.
10 Since inception, the Corporation has been providing loan to only SC/ST category. However, with the passage of the time the Corporation has been assigned the additional task to provide financial aid and assistance to OBC, Minority, Safai Karamcharies and Handicapped category. Apart from loan facility, the Corporation is also providing the

 Vocational training to the students of target group through ATDC and NSIC. Therefore, the DSCFDC is committed for the welfare of downtrodden among the target group i.e. SC/ST/OBC/Min., Handicapped/ Safai KAramcharis.

The details of activities being undertaken by DSFDC are as under:-
Composite Loan upto Rs/ 100,000/- for small trades.
Loan scheme from Apex Corporations, Govt. of India upto an amount of Rs.5.00 lakhs.
For purchase of commercial vehicles.
For purchase of three wheelers.
Arranging vocational training.
Allotment of work sheds.
Allotment of mobile P.C.O.
11   The earlier condition of arranging 3 government servants as surety for getting financial assistance from DSFDC for starting of their own small trades has been dispensed with under the Composite Loan Scheme. This will mitigate to great extent the difficulties faced by such communities for arranging them.
12 Further, DSFDC also launched the mobile PCO/Mobile Booth mounted on tricycle for physically challenged persons for their economic development. The total cost of tricycle with STO/PCO equipment is about Rs.20,000/-.
 
Achievements During Annual Plan 2008-09
 
 
Statistics at a Glance
Scheduled Caste population in Delhi
(Census-2001)
 
Scheduled Caste Population by Sex
Area Total Male Female
Total 2343255 1265182 1078073
Rural 188378 101500 86878
Urban 2154877 1163682 991195
MCD 2269148 1224992 1044156
NDMC 52213 29919 25294
Delhi Contonment 18894 10271 8623


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