|SI.NO||Hostel Name/Residential School Details||No of Hostels|
|Pre-metric Hostels (SC)|
|Pre-metric Hostels (ST)|
|Morarji Desai Residential Schools|
|Morarji Desai Residential PU college|
|Kittur Rani Chennamma Residential Schools|
To Encourage the Sc Students to continue their Studies, Scholarship will be Sanctioned to students whose parents annual income is less than RS.2.00 lakhs
I to VII std Rs. 250/- per annum per student. VIII std- Rs 500/- per annum per student.
I to V std- Rs 250/- per annum per student. VI to VII std Rs.350/- per annum per student. VIII std- Rs.700/- Per annum per student.
For Students Studying in IX & X Std Scholarship will be Sanctioned as per the GOI guidelines. For Hostellers Maintenance Allowance of RS 350/- per Month Per student and RS.1,000/- towards Stationary and text books will be provided. Similarly, for Day Scholars maintenance allowance of RS.150/- per month per student and Rs.750/- towards stationary and text books will be provided.
Scholarship is being provided to the students whose parents are engaged in uncleaned occupation like tanning, Flaying etc. irrespective of their caste. For Hostellers (From III to X std) maintenance allowance of Rs.700/- per month per student and Rs.1000/- towards stationary and text books will be provided. Similarly for days scholars (from I to X std) maintenance allowance of Rs.110/- per month per student and Rs.750/- towards stationary and text books will be provided.
To encourage the SC Students to continue their studies , scholarship will be sanctioned to students whose Parents annual income is less than Rs.2.50 lakhs. Scholarship includes maintenance allowance to the students and compulsory payable fees to the colleges. Details of Maintenance allowance are furnished below
|Group||Hostel Name/Residential School Details||No of Hostels|
SC Law Graduates who are selected at the District Level Selection committee will be assisted by providing Rs.2,000/- per month as stiped over a period of 4 years and also provide one time financial assistance of Rs.5,000/- to set-up his office to continue his profession.
Financial assistance of Rs.50,000/- is given to Inter caste Married couples in two installments Out of this amount Rs.25,000/- will be paid in cash and the remaining Rs.25,000/- will be paid in the form of NSC.
The Department Provide fess coaching for 2-3 months to SC/ST candidates who have applied for KPSC Competitive Exam. The Coaching classes will be conducted at PETC Bangalore.
The Department Sponsor SC/ST Candidates for 4 Years B.Sc & 31/2 Years GNM Nursing courses. Eligible Students have to submit their Applications online through the Software prepared by the Department.
Under the Prevention of Atrocities Act, the State Govt is required to undertake various measures like
In the College Library SC/ST Students may not get good reference books for their studies. For the use of such SC/ST Students separate book banks are maintained in that college Library, Books under this Scheme will be issued to only SC/ST students, after completion of the course students will return back the books to the Book Bank Maintained in that College.
To create a Hygienic environment in the colony and tm improve the living conditions of SC families, the colony is developed by providing cement concrete Roads/ Drainages / Drinking Water facilities / Construction of Individual / community Toilets/Street Lights etc.
The concept of Special Component Plan came into existence from the VI Five-year plan period. Prior to that the economic upliftment schemes for SC families were very few. It was therefore thought of introducing a scheme called as SCP under which all round development of SC people could be brought about. All the Development departments were asked to earmark 15% of their total budget allocation for the welfare of SC people. Except a few departments like Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Horticulture all other major departments like Power, Irrigation Public Works etc., earmarked only a notional amount for the Welfare of SC's., which was not benefiting the SC's directly. Therefore funds from such departments are being pooled and are being spent for the priority sectors such as Education, Housing, and Irrigation, which bring about overall economic upliftment and infrastructure development of the Schedule Caste people.
|SI.NO||Post Name||Officer Name||Office Address||Phone Number/Fax Number||Mobile Number||E Mail Address||District Social Welfare Officer||N R PuruShotham||District Social Welfare office, Ambedker Bhavan, Hassan||08172-268960 08172-250188||9480843035||dswohassan[at]gmail[dot]com|
|Taluk Social Welfare Officer, Alur||Santhosh kumar||TSWO Office, Taluk Panchayat, Alur||08170-218467||9480843140||alurtswo[at]gmail[dot]com|
|Taluk Social Welfare Officer, Arakalgud||B N Nagaraj||TSWO Office, Taluk Panchayat, Arakalgud||08175-220413||9480843141||tswoark2010[at]gmail[dot]com|
|Taluk Social Welfare Officer, Arasikere||M H Prakashmurthy||TSWO Office, Govt Girls Hostel, Tiptur Road, Arasikere||08174-234357||9480843142||tswoarasikere[at]yahoo[dot]in|
|Taluk Social Welfare Officer, Belur||S H Lakshme Gowda||TSWO Office, Mudgere Road, Belur||08177-222008||9480843143||tswobelurkar[at]gmail[dot]com|
|Taluk Social Welfare Officer, Channarayapatna||Hemalatha||TSWO Office, Mysore Road, Channarayapatna||08176-254301||9480843144||channarayapatnatswo[at]ymail[dot]com|
|Taluk Social Welfare Officer, Hassan||S M Lokeshmurthy||TSWO Office, Behind Adichunchana giri samudaya bhavana, Ravindra Nagar, Hassan||08172-269997||9480843145||tswohassan[at]gmail[dot]com|
|Taluk Social Welfare Officer, Holenarasipura||M J Rangaraju||TSWO Office, Mysore Road, Holenarasipura||08175-273566||9480843146||hnpurtswo[at]gmail[dot]com|
|Taluk Social Welfare Officer, Sakaleshpura||Nagaraj||TSWO Office, Mousin Complex, Sakaleshpura||08173-243618||9480843147||tswo[dot]skp[at]gmail[dot]com|