District Backward Classes and Minorities Welfare Office

Head of Department

District Backward Classes and Minorities Welfare Officer
Collectorate
Thiruvarur.
04366-220519/ 222500
dbcwo.tntvr[at]nic.in

Head Quarters at Chennai

The Secretary to Government
Backward Classes, Most Backward Classes and Minorities Welfare
Secretariat
Chennai
Phone :044-25670848 (O)
Fax:044-25670756
e-Mail- bcsec[at]tn.gov.in
 The Commissioner of Backward Classes Welfare
Kamarajar Salai,
Ezhilagam-Annexe-II Floor,
Chepauk , Chennai-600 005.
Tamil Nadu.
Phones :044- 28511124 (O)
Fax : 044- 28552642
e-Mail : dir-bcmw[at]tn.nic.in
 The Commissioner of Most Backward Classes & Denotified Communities
Kamarajar Salai,
Ezhilagam-Annexe-II Floor,
Chepauk , Chennai-600 005.
Tamil Nadu.
Phone : 044-28546193 (O)
Fax: 044- 28592993
e-Mail: dir-mbc[at]tn.nic.
 The Director of Minorities Welfare
807, 5th Floor, Annasalai,
Chennai 600 002.
Phones :044- 28515450(O)
Fax : 044- 28544545
e-Mail : dirmw.tn[at]gov.in

 

The Following Schemes are implementing by Backward Classes and Minorities Welfare Department

1. Prematric Scholarship

Prematric Scholarship are provided to Backward Classes, Most Backward Classes and Denotified Communities students studying in English Medium in Government and Government aided Schools.

 

Name of the Scheme Standard and Course Details of concessions and conditions
Pre-Matric Scholarships Students studying from 6th to 10th std in English Medium in Govt. and Govt aided Schools Tuition Fee From 6th to 8th Standard Rs. 200/- at the rate of Rs.20/- per month for 10 months For 9th and 10th Standard.

Rs. 250/- at the rate of Rs. 25/- per month for 10 months Examination Fee Reimbursed to Director of Government examinations for 10th Standard Students.

Conditions for Backward Classes Students
Annual Income of the parents should not exceed Rs. 2,00,000/-
There should not be any graduate in the family.
Most Backward Classes and Denotified Communities Students.
No Conditions.

 

2. Post Matric Scholarship Scheme

Post Metric Scholarship are sanctioned from 11th Standard to Research level as per the rates prescribed by the Government as detailed below.

Name of the Scheme Standard and Course Details of concessions and conditions
Post Matric Scholarships Students studying in 11th and 12th std in English Medium in Govt. and Govt aided Schools Tuition Fee
Rs. 500/- at the rate of Rs. 50/- per month for 10 months
Examination Fee
Reimbursed to Director Government examinations for 12th Standard Students.Conditions for Backward Classes Students
Annual income of the parents should not exceed Rs.2,00,000/-
There should not be any graduate in the family.
Most Backward Classes and Denotified Communities Students. No Conditions.
Postgraduate, Diploma, Professional and Research Courses in Govt/ Govt aided colleges including second shift/Evening classes and Professional Courses in self Financing Professional Colleges under Government quota for BCs, MBCs& DNCs students. Special fees and Tuition fees in full as prescribed by the Educational institutions and examination fees in full are provided.
Condition
Annual income of the parents should not exceed Rs.2,00,000/-.

 

3. RURAL GIRLS INCENTIVE SCHEME

(MOST BACKWARD CLASSES AND DENOTIFIED COMMUNITY GIRLS ONLY)

Incentive Eligibility
 Rs. 500/- per annum for the girl students of Most Backward Classes and Denotified Communities and Studying in 3rd Std to 5th Std Rs. 1000/- per annum for 6th Std. Parental income is Rs.72,000/- per annum.

Students studying in Government / Government Aided Schools in Rural areas.

For those belonging to MBC/ DNC only.

Preference will be given to Girls Children of Widows/ Destitute.

 

Details Eligibility
Bicycles are supplied to 11Th std. Students of government, Government aided and partially aided schools irrespective of income and community Should be the Students (Boys and Girls ) of +1 in Government ,Government aided and partially aided school.(This concession is applicable to the Free Bus pass holders also)
No other condition to avail this concession 3. Students staying in the Hostels situated in the School premises are not eligible for getting free Bi-cycles.

4. DISTRIBUTION OF FREE SEWING MACHINES

Eligibility

5. DISTRIBUTION OF FREE IRON BOX

Eligibility

6. THIRUVARUR DISTRICT BC /MBC/ DNC HOSTELS DETAILS

Sl.No Hostel BC Boys BC Girls MBC Boys MBC Girls DNC Boys DNC Girls Total
01 School 10 6 3 1 1 21
02 College 2 2 3 7
Total 12 8 3 4 1 28

Admission Criteria

School Hostel

College Hostel

7. Denotified Communities Welfare Board :

The registered members of the the Denotified communities Welfare Board are provided with various welfare assistances as provided to the members of the Welfare Boards for un-organized labours functioning under the administrative control Labour and Employment Department.

8. TAMIL NADU NARIKORAVAR WELFARE BOARD:

The registered Members of the Tamil Nadu Narikoravar Welfare Board are sanctioned with various Welfare assistances as provided to the members of the unorganized Labour Welfare Boards and subsidy is also given for self employment.

9. TAMIL NADU BACKWARD CLASSES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LTD.(TABCEDCO)

The Tamil Nadu Backward Classes Economic Development Corporation is extending term loans to the Backward Classes /Most Backward Classes/ Denotified Communities for their socio-economic development, through various loan schemes.

Financial Assistance Activities

  1. Trades and Small Business
  2. Transport
  3. Agriculture
  4. Handicrafts and Traditional Occupations. (Artisan)
  5. Self-employment for young Professionals
  6. Education

Eligibility Criteria

  1. Beneficiaries should belong to Backward Classes, Most Backward Classes, Denotified Communities as in the State list or Central list.
  2. Annual family income shall not exceed Rs.98,000/ in respect of Rural areas and Rs.1,20,000/- in Urban areas.
  3. Beneficiariy should be aged above 18 years and below 60years.
  4. Loan assistance will be sanctioned for one person in a family.

10. MINORITIES SCHOLARSHIP – PREMATRIC

The Scholarship will be sanctioned to the students pursuing studies from 1st std to 10th std.,

Eligibility Criteria:

Marks Students should have obtained not less than 50% marks in the previous year Examination (Except for std I) provided Scholarship sanctioned under this scheme.
Income Annual Income of the Parent/Guardian (from all sources) not exceeding Rs. 1.00 laksh.

11. POSTMATRIC SCHOLARSHIP

The Scholarship will be sanctioned to the students pursing studies in Std. XI, XII Vocational for XI & XII Std. ITI/ITCs, NCVT Courses, Polytechnic, Diploma in Teacher Training/Nursing, Under Graduate & Post Graduate Degree courses, M.Phil, Research Studies (Ph.D) and the courses which are not covered under Merit-cum-means Scholarship Schemes. The details of Religion/wise scholarship (Fresh) allotted are as follow:-

Eligibility Criteria:

Marks Students should have obtained not less than 50% marks in the previous year Examination (Except for std I) provided Scholarship sanctioned under this scheme.
Income Annual Income of the Parent/Guardian (from all sources) not exceeding Rs. 2.00 laksh.

 

12. TAMIL NADU MINORITIES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LTD. (TAMCO)

Tamco is implementing Term Loan, micro Finance & Education Loan for economic advancement of Minorities viz., Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, Parsis and Jains.

Financial Assistance Activities

  1. Trades and Small Business
  2. Transport
  3. Agriculture
  4. Handicrafts and Traditional Occupations. (Artisan)
  5. Self-employment for young Professionals
  6. Education

Eligibility Criteria:

  1. Beneficiaries should belong to Minorities as in the State list or Central list.
  2. Annual family income shall not exceed Rs.98,000/ in respect of Rural areas and Rs.1,20,000/- in Urban areas.
  3. Beneficiary should be aged above 18 years and below 60 years.
  4. Loan assistance will be sanctioned for one person in a family.

13. ULEMA AND OTHER PERSONNEL WELFARE BORAD

14. PRIME MINISTER’S NEW 15 POINT PROGRAMME

The Prime Minister’s new 15 Point Programme has been launched in order to augment the educational opportunities, ensure due share in employment and to promote the Minorities in the spheres of economic and social status and also to prevent and control the communal riots.
The Scheme wise performance under the Prime Minister’s New 15 point programme are as under.

  1. Equitable availability of ICDS Services (SWD & NMP Dept)
  2. Improving Access to school education (School Education Dept.)
  3. Greater resources for teaching URDU (School Education Dept)
  4. Modernizing Madarasa Education (School Education Dept., )
  5. Scholarship for Meritorious Students from Minority Communities.
  6. Improving Educational infrastructure through Maulana Azad education foundation.
  7. Self employment and wage employment for the poor (Rural Development & Panchayat RajDept.,) 
  8. Up gradation of Skills through Technical Training (Labour and Employment Dept., )
  9. Enhanced Credit support for economic activities (TAMCO)
  10. Equitable share in Rural Housing Scheme (Rural Development & Panchayat Raj Dept,)
  11. Improvement in condition of slums inhabited by minority communities (Housing & Urban Development Dept.)
  12. Prevention of Communal Incidents
  13. Prosecution for communal offence.
  14. Rehabilitation of victims of communal Riots.

15. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR REPAIRS AND RENOVATION OF CHURCHES

The Government have introduced a financial assistance for Repairs and Renovation of Churches in Tamil Nadu during the year 2016-17.

  • Church should be registered and functioning in own building with minimum period of 10 years.
  • Financial assistance will be sanctioned considering the damages and age of the churches.
  • No financial support should be obtained from the foreign countries to this effect.

16. SCHEME FOR INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT PRIVATE AIDED/ UNAIDED MINORITY INSTITUTES (IDMI)

The Scheme will fund infrastructure development of private aided/ unaided minority elementary/ secondary/ senior secondary schools to the extent of 75% and subject to a maximum of Rs. 50 lakhs per school for Strengthening of educational infrastructure and physical facilities in the existing elementary/secondary/senior secondary school including additional classrooms, science/ computer lab rooms, library rooms, toilets, drinking water facilities etc.,

17. THE MULTI-SECTORAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (MsDP)

The Multi-Sectoral Development Programme (MsDP) was conceived as a special initiative of the follow up action on the Sachar Committee recommendations. It is Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS) approved by the Government in the beginning of the 11th five Year Plan and launched in the year 2008-09 in 90 Minority Concentrations Districts (MCDs). It is an area by creating socio-economic infrastructure and providing basic amenities.

Hostel Details

 

Sl.No Name of the Hostel Nature of Building /Year in which year construction
01 Govt.College Boys Hostel (BC) Thiruvarur Govt /2008
02 Govt.School Boys Hostel (BC), Thiruvarur Govt /2006
03 Govt.College Girls Hostel (MBC), Thiruvarur Govt/2007
04 Govt.School Girls Hostel (MBC), Thiruvarur Govt /2007
05 Govt. School BoysHostel (MBC), Kudavasal Govt /2015
06 Govt.College Boys Hoste l(BC), Mannargudi Govt /2007
07 Govt.College Girls Hostel (BC), Manargudi Govt/ 2015
08 Govt.School Boys Hostel (BC), Mahadevapattinam Govt/ 1974
09 Govt.School Boys Hostel (BC), Mannargudi Govt/ 2015
10 Govt.School Girls Hostel (BC), Edamalaiyur Govt/1999
11 Govt.School Girls Hostel(BC), Mannargudi Govt /2009
12 Govt.College Girls Hostel(BC), Nannilam  Private
13 Govt.School Boys Hostel(BC), Peralam  Govt /2015
14 Govt.School Girls Hostel(BC), Nannilam  Govt/1995
15  Govt.College Girls Hostel (MBC) Nannilam  Govt/2017
16  Govt.School Boys Hostel (MBC), Nannilam  Govt /2013
17  Govt.School Boys Hostel (BC), Needamangalam  Govt/ 2015
18 Govt.School Boys Hostel (BC), Koradacheri Govt /2004
19 Govt.School Boys Hostel (BC), Vaduvoor Govt/2017
20 Govt.School Boys Hostel (BC),Muthupettai Govt /2009
21 Govt.School Boys Hostel (BC), Idaiyur Govt / 2005
22 Govt.School Boys Hostel (BC), Thiruthuraipoondi Govt /2010
23 Govt.School Girls Hostel (BC), Muthupettai Kovilur Govt/2001
24 Govt.School Girls Hostel (BC), Thiruthuraipoondi Govt/2003
25 Govt.College Girls Hostel (MBC),Thiruthuraipoondi Govt/2015
26 Govt.School BoysHostel (MBC), Thalaikadu Govt /2015
27 Govt.School Girls Hostel (BC), Valangaiman Govt/1978
28 Govt.School BoysHostel (DNC), Valangaiman Govt/2015