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Caste Certificate in Chhattisgarh

A Caste Certificate is the proof of one’s belonging to a particular caste, especially in case one belongs to any of the ‘Scheduled Castes’, as specified in the Indian Constitution. The Government of India decided that the Scheduled Castes and Tribes or Other Backward Community needs special encouragement, opportunities and privileges to progress in the state where other citizens are having it.

As a result, as part of the Indian system of Protective Discrimination, there exist certain special privileges granted to this category of citizens, such as reservation of seats in the Legislatures and in the Government Service, waiving off a part or the whole of the fees for admission to schools and colleges, quotas in educational institutions, relaxation of upper age limits for applying to certain jobs, etc. To be able to avail these privileges, a citizen belonging to a Scheduled Caste must be in possession of a valid Caste Certificate.

The application forms to obtain the caste certificate are easily available either online or from the concerned local department in your nearest district/ City/Town/Village, which is usually the office of the SDM (Sub-Divisional Magistrate) or of the Tehsil or Revenue Department.

In case none of your family members have earlier been issued a Caste Certificate, a local enquiry will be conducted by the concerned officer before issuing the Certificate to you. Proof of residence in your State for a minimum specified period, an affidavit stating that you belong to a Scheduled Caste, and the specified court stamp fee are required at the time of application.
The statutory lists of the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes, in pursuance of Articles 341 and 342 of the Indian Constitution, were notified for the first time under the Constitution (Schedule Castes) Order, 1950 and the Constitution (Scheduled Tribes) Order, 1950.

These lists have been modified from time to time. On the reorganisation of the States, the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes List (Modification) Order came into force from 29th October, 1956. Thereafter, a few other orders in respect of the Scheduled Castes and Tribes list in some individual States also came into force.

Procedure

To obtain the certificate you are required to fill an application form which has to be filled in a prescribed format, other than which an oath form is also required to be filled by the candidate, to be deposited after taking oath in front of a Notary. Although no specified time for the issuance of the certificate has been provided, the process is usually completed within a week’s time. Along with the application form you are also required to attach all the attested copies of important enclosures.

Necessary documents

  •  School education certificate is to be attached (class 5th, 8th, 10th, or 12th) as a proof of duration of stay.
  • An application format which has to be duly filled and signed by the village Patwari is also to be submitted along with these forms, in the prescribed format.
    Fee

There will be no fee is required for obtaining a caste certificate in Chhattisgarh.
Concerned Authority

An applicant is suggested to contact or visit to the Tehsildar office in your district.

 

CERTIFICATES
Sr. No.ServicesApplication Form RequiredDocuments to be EnclosedTime for Delivery
1.Scheduled Caste Certificate
(Bonafide Basis)
1.Application
2. Affidavit
a.   SC Certificate of family members issued by prescribed authority of UT Administration.
b.   Present Residence Proof.
c.   School/Birth Certificate of child.
One month after receiving the application
2.Scheduled Caste Certificate
(Migration Basis)
1. Application
2. Affidavit
a.    SC Certificate of Father/ Mother issued by Prescribed authority of the state of their origin.
b.    Present Residence Proof.
c.    School/Birth Certificate of child.
One month after receiving the application
3.OBC Certificate
(Bonafide Basis)
1. Application
2. Affidavit
a.    BC Certificate of father/ mother/ brother/ sister issued by prescribed authority of UT Administration. (If certificate is not  available then caste of father be verified  by Gazetted Officer and area counciler)
b.    Present Residence Proof.
c.    School/Birth Certificate of child.
One month after receiving the application
4.OBC Certificate (Migration Basis)1. Application
2. Affidavit
a.    BC Certificate of father/ mother/ brother/ sister issued by prescribed authority of UT Administration.  (If certificate is not  available then caste of father be verified by Gazetted Officer and area counciler)
b.    Present Residence Proof.
c.    Income Proof of family showing income from all sources with in and outside, Chandigarh.(income should not exceed the prescribed limit of 4.50 lacs)
d.    School/Birth Certificate of child.
One month after receiving the application
5.Income Certificate1. Application
2. Affidavit
a.    Date of birth proof.
b.   Any authenticated residence proof.
One month after receiving the application
6.Residence Certificate1. Application
2. Affidavit
a.    Date of birth proof.
b.   Any authenticated residence proof.
One month after receiving the application
7.Late Birth Entry Order1. Application
2. Affidavit
a.    If the child is school going then certificate showing Date of  Birth is required.
b.    Present Residence Proof.
c.    Residence Proof of parents before the birth of child .
d.    Undertaking from Dai along with the registration certificate.
One month after receiving the application
8.Late Death Entry Order1. Application
2. Affidavit
a.    If the child is school going then certificate showing Date of  Birth is required.
b.    Present Residence Proof of the applicant.
c.    Receipt of Cremation ground or confirmation from Cremation authority.
d.    Identity and Residence proof of the deceased.
One month after receiving the application

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