BC, MBC and Minorities Welfare Department


  1. Scholarship
  2. Plan of offering free bicycles
  3. Provide free warehouse
  4. Free sewing machines
  5. Loan programs
  6. Narikkurava Welfare Board
  7. Muslim Women’s Help Association
  8. Ulamas and other employees welfare board
  9. Providing food subsidy
  10. Free Housing Granted
  11. Food fees for accommodation students
  12. Provision of uniform

Details of Functions

  1. Scholarships

    Details of Schemes Eligiblity
    Student fees are offered to students from English and Middle Eastern Schools, from 6th to 12th in government and state-run schools. Furthermore, students from 11th and 12th grade academic students stay in the hostels where the educational institutions are affiliated. Undergraduate, diploma and technician courses are awarded under the Free Education Scholarship Program for Backward Classes, Most Backward Classes and Disciplinary Students.
    1. Backwarders, Most Backward Classes and Gentlemen.
    2. Annual income should not exceed Rs.2,00,000/-
    3. The first graduate students in the family will be given free all unpaid charges under the free education program
    Educational scholarships are awarded to the students and students of the minority who study from 1st grade in the Government, Government Assistance and Approved Private Education Centers. A) Minority.

    1. School Study – Annual Income – Not exceeding Rs 100,000,
    2. School Overall – Annual Income – Not exceeding Rs.200,000,
    3. Must have 50 percent marks in the previous year.

    MBC Girls Incentive Schemes:

    Rs.1000 / – is offered to the most successful female children of Rs.500 / – 6th grade incentives for the most successful women in classes III to 5th grade in panchayat union schools in rural areas.

    Parents’ annual income should not exceed Rs.72000/-
  2. Free Bi-Cycle Scheme:

    11th, Backward and Most Backward Classes students are offered free bicycles in government and state-run schools.

  3. Free Iron Box Scheme:

    Laundry bags are offered free of charge for persons working in the Backward Classes and Most Backward Classes.


    Annual income should not exceed Rs 60,000 in rural Rs 40,000 in urban areas

  4. Free Sewing Machine Scheme:

    Sewing machines are offered free of cost for women between the ages of 20 and 45 who are familiar with the backward and the most successful.


    Annual income should not exceed Rs 60,000 in rural Rs 40,000 in urban areas

  5. Loan Schemes:

    Tamil Nadu Backward Classes Economic Development Corporation (TABCEDCO) Chennai and Tamil Nadu Minorities Economic Development Corporation (TAMCO) are being implemented by Chennai offices under the following loan schemes.

    1. personal loan
    2. Small Business Loans for Self Help Groups
    3. Irrigation
    1. Backward Classes, Most Backward Classes and Minorities Gentlemen.
    2. Annual income of Rs .81,000 for residents of rural areas should not exceed Rs.1,03,000 per annum for urban dwellers.
    3. Age should be between 18 and 60 years old.
  6. Narikuravar Welfare Scheme:

    The maximum amount of Rs. 7500 is given to the members of the Tamil Nadu Narikkuruwa Welfare Board through the Welfare Board. An individual subsidy to start a business with groups of Rs. 50% subsidy is provided in the project cost of 1,25,000.

    The following members are given the following assistance:

    • Monthly pension of Rs.1000 /
    • In case of death due to an accident,
    • Natural death allowance of Rs.15000
    • Assistance to the funeral expenditure of Rs.2000
    • Assistance for marriage scholarships, maternity benefits, miscarriage and eye glasses are provided.
    • In case of disability due to an accident, Rs. 10000-
    • Higher education, higher education and higher education for children of this member is given scholarship.
  7. Muslim Women’s Help Association

    The District Muslim Women’s Association has been established in all districts for the benefit of Muslim women who have been abandoned by the adult orphans living in Tamil Nadu.

    • Each union has a sum of Rs.1 lakh each,
    • For a union of Rs. 20 lakhs per annum,
  8. Ulamas and other employees welfare board

    Improvements in the economics and academic staff of the workforce who work in the schools of Islamic schools, the Alims, Bash, Imams, Arabs, Teachers, Clergy, Bilals, Dargahas, Ascorans, Suppliers, Dakas and Muslim orphanages working in the Religions and Staff Welfare Board Is functioning.

    The following welfare schemes are being implemented for members and family members who are registered in this category.

    1. Educational scholarship Minimum Rs.1000/- to Maximum Rs.6000/-
    2. Marriage assistance Rs.2000/-
    3. Cost of Eye Glass Cost Rs.500/-
    4. Maternity allowance Rs.6000/-
    5. Pension Rs.1000/- per month.
    6. Assistance for funeral expenses Rs.2000/-
    7. Death if death occurs Minimum Rs.10000/- Maximum Rs.100000/-
    8. Natural death penalty Rs.15000/-
  9. Providing food subsidy:

    Rs. 650 a month is provided as food subsidy for a student in an academic year at Tiruvalluvar orphanage house.

  10. Free Housing Granted

    The District Committee is headed by the District Collector, and the project is implemented to negotiate with the land owners and is provided with 3 cm land in the highest category of fishermen belonging to Narikuravar, Ottar, Vannar and Vayalar.

  11. Food fees for accommodation students:

    To provide good food for accommodation students, Rs. 1000 for college accommodation students, high school teachers and Rs. 900 for food and food for daily meals.

    Special meal fee

    Special meal is provided in the following festive days for accommodation students:

    1. Pongal
    2. Republic Day
    3. Tamil Anniversary
    4. Independence Day
    5. Deepavali

    A person will be provided with special food for Rs 40 per college hostel student and Rs.20 per school hostel student.

  12. Provision of uniform

    There are four parallel uniforms for student academics for each academic year.

Official Contact

District Backward Classes and Minorities Welfare officer,
District Collectorate,