Muslim OBCs in West Bengal: State List

Muslim OBC Status declared by the State of West Bengal

List updated November 2019

Complete List see here

SI. Caste Particulars of connected orders
16 Jolah (Ansari Momin) Notification No.705-TW/EC dt. 13.12.94
31 Fakir, Sain Notification No. 183-TW/EC dt. 8 March 1996
44 Hawari Notification No. 93-TW/EC dt. 1 February 1997
49 Dhunia
50 Patidar
51 Kasai
52 Pajra
54 Nashya-Sekh Notification No. 84-BCW/RC dt. 01.03.1999
63 Shershabadia Notification No. 5001-BCW Dt.7-10-02
65 Hajjam Notification No.3230 – BCW dt. 04-12-08 read with No. 264/BCW dt. 28-01-09
66 Chowduli Notification No. 485/BCW dt. 20 February 2009
68 Beldar Muslim Notification No. 771-BCW/MR-436/1999 dt. 05-03-2010
69 Khotta Muslim
70 Sardar
71 Nikari Notification No. 1403-BCW/MR-436/99(I) dt. 26 April 2010
72 Mahalda
73 Dhukr
74 Basni / Bosni
75 Abdal
76 Kan
77 Tutia Notification No. 1639-BCW/MR-436/1999 dt. 14 May 2010
78 Gaven
79 Bhatia Muslim
80 Midde Notification No. 1929-BCW/MR-436/99(I) dt. 2 June 2010
81 Mallick
83 Laskar
84 Baidya Muslim
86 Chutor Mistri
87 Dafadar
88 Mal Muslim
89 Majhi / Patni Muslim
90 Muchi / Chamar Muslim
91 Nehariya Notification No. 2317-BCW/MR-436/99 dated 1 July 2010
92 Muslim Haldar
93 Siuli (Muslim)
94 Muslim Mandal
95 Muslim Sanpui/Sapui
96 Muslim Biswas
97 Muslim Mali
98 Ghosi
99 Darji / Ostagar / Idrishi Notification No. 5045-BCW/MR-436/99(I) dated 31 August 2010
100 Rajmistri
101 Bhatiyara
102 Molla
103 Dhali (Muslim)
104 Tal-Pakha Benia
105 Muslim Piyada
106 Muslim Barujibi / Barui
107 Bepari / Byapari Muslim Notification No. 6305-BCW / MR-436/99(I) dated 24 September 2010
108 Penchi
109 Bhangi (Muslim) Notification No. 1673-BCW / MR-209/11 dated 11 May 2012
110 Dhatri/Dai/Dhaity (Muslim)
111 Gharami (Muslim)
112 Ghorkhan
113 Halsana (Muslim)
114 Kayal (Muslim)
115 Naiya (Muslim)
116 Shikari/Sikari (Muslim)
117 Adaldar (Muslim)
118 Adaldar (Muslim)
119 Akunji/Akan/Akhan (Muslim)
120 Bag (Muslim)
121 Chaprashi (Muslim)
122 Churihar
123 Daptari (Muslim)
124 Dewan (Muslim)
125 Dhabak (Muslim)
126 Gazi (Muslim)
127 Khan (Muslim)
128 Kolu Muslim (Shah, Sahaji, Sadhukhan, Mondal)
129 Majhi
130 Malita/Malitha/Malitya (Muslim)
131 Sekh (Muslim)
132 Paik (Muslim)
133 Pailan (Muslim)
134 Purkait (Muslim)
135 Sana (Muslim)
136 Sareng (Muslim)
137 Sardar (Muslim)
138 Sarkar (Muslim)
139 Shah (Fakir)/Shah/Sha/Sahaji)
140 Tarafdar (Muslim)
141 Gavara
142 Mouli (Muslim)
143 Sepai (Muslim)
144 Sekh/Seikh Notification No. 845-BCW/sekhMR-147/12 dated 10 October 2012
145 Bayen (Muslim) Order No. 2770-BCW/MR-116/12 dated 29 August 2014 read with Corrigendum published in Kolkata Gazette dated 9 December 2014
146 Bhuiya/Bhunya (Muslim)
147 Borah / Bara / Bora (Muslim)
148 Gorey (Muslim)
149 Hati (Muslim)
150 Jatuya (Muslim)
151 Khondekar/Khonkar (Muslim)
152 Pahar (Muslim)
153 Raptan (Muslim)
154 Baradi (Muslim)
155 Dalal (Muslim)
156 Hoseni Goyala (Muslim)
157 Khalashi (Muslim)
158 Kichni (Muslim)
159 Mukti/Mufti (Muslim)

Muslim OBCs in West Bengal: Central List

Muslim OBCs  in West Bengal

 List updated November 2019

Entry number Caste/community Resolution no. and date
23 Jolah (Ansari Momin) 12011/96/94-BCC dt. 9 March 1996 and 12015/9/2000-BCC dt. 6 September 2001
29 Fakir, Sain 12011/68/98-BCC dt. 27 October 1999
45 Kasai-Quraishi 12011/36/99-BCC dt. 4 April 2000—
53 Rayeen (Kunjra) -do-
55 Nashya-Sekh 12011/1/2001-BCC dt. 20 June 2003
56 Shershabadia 12011/1/2001-BCC dt. 20 June 2003
60 Patidar 12015/15/2008- BCC dt. 16 June 2011
62 Muslim Piyada 12015/15/2008- BCC dt. 16 June 2011

BACKWARD CLASSES IN HARYANA

LIST OF BACKWARD CLASSES IN HARYANA STATE

BLOCK ‘A’

  1. Aheria, Aheri,Heri,Naik, Thori or Turi, Hari
  2. Barra
  3. Beta, Hensi or Hesi
  4. Bagria
  5. Barwar
  6. Barai, Tamboli
  7. Baragi, Bairagi, Swami Sadh
  8. Battera
  9. Bharbhunja, Bharbhuja
  10. Bhat, Bhatra, Darpi, Ramiya
  11. Bhuhalia, Lohar
  12. Changar
  13. Chirimar
  14. Chang
  15. Chimba, Chhipi, Chimpa, Darzi, Rohilla
  16. Daiya
  17. Dhobis
  18. Dakaut
  19. Dhimar, allah,Kashyap- Rajpoot, Kahar, Jhiwar, Dhinwar, Khewat, Mehra, Nishad, Sakka, Bhisti, Sheikh-Abbasi
  20. Dhosali, Dosali
  21. Faquir
  22. Gwaria, Gauria or Gwar
  23. Ghirath
  24. Ghasi, Ghasiara or Ghosi
  25. Gorkhas
  26. Gawala, Gowala
  27. Gadaria, Pal, Baghel
  28. Garhi Lohar
  29. Hajjam, Nai, Nais, Sain
  30. Jhangra-Brahman, Khati, Suthar, Dhiman-Brahmin, Tarkhan, Barhai, Baddi
  31. Joginath, Jogi, Nath, Yogi
  32. Kanjar or Kanchan
  33. Kurmi
  34. Kumhars, Prajapati
  35. Kamboj
  36. Khanghera
  37. Kuchband
  38. Labana
  39. Lakhera, Manihar, Kachera
  40. Lohar, Panchal-Brahmin
  41. Madari
  42. Mochi
  43. Mirasi
  44. Nar
  45. Noongar
  46. Nalband
  47. Pinja, Penja
  48. Rehar, Rehara or Re
  49. Raigar
  50. Rai Sikhs
  51. Rechband
  52. Shorgir, Shergir
  53. Soi
  54. Singhikant, Singiwala
  55. Sunar, Zargar, Soni
  56. Thathera, Tamera
  57. Teli
  58. Banzara, Banjara
  59. Weaver ( Jullaha)
  60. Badi/Baddon
  61. Bhattu/Chattu
  62. Mina
  63. Rahbari
  64. Charan
  65. Chaaraj (Mahabrahman)
  66. Udasin
  67. Ramgarhia
  68. Rangrez, Lilgar, Nilgar, Lallari
  69. Dawala, Soni-Dawala, Nyaaria
  70. Bhar, Rajbhar
  71. Nat(Muslim)
  72. Jangam

BLOCK ‘B’

  1. Ahir/Yadav
  2. Gujjar
  3. Lodh/Lodha/Lodhi
  4. Saini, Shakya, Koeri, Kushwaha, Maurya
  5. Meo
  6. Gosai/Gosain/Goswami

At present, Raigar, Mochi, Weaver(Jullaha)(BC) and Julaha (SC) and Badi Castes find a mention in the list of both Scheduled Caste and Backward Classes. The persons belonging to these Castes who do not cover under the Scheduled Caste being Non- Hindu and Non-Sikhs can take the benefit under the Backward Classes only.


List updated November 2019

Other Backward Classes in West Bengal

the State of West Bengal

List of OBCs in West Bengal

OBC persons falling under ‘Creamy Layer’ are excluded from the provision of reservation. In case of admission to educational courses, 7% reservation has been provided in respect of admission to Primary, Secondary, and Higher Secondary courses. No reservation for OBC in higher education has yet been introduced here.

Updated November 2019

SLMore Backward (Category A)SLBackward (Category B)
1Abdal (Muslim)1Adaldar (Muslim)
2Atta (Muslim)2Akunji/Akan/Akhan (Muslim)
3Baidya Muslim3Bag (Muslim)
4Basni/ Bosni (Muslim)4Bagani (Muslim)
5Bayen (Muslim)5Baishya Kapali
6Beldar Muslim6Bansi Barman
7Bepari /Byapari Muslim7Baradi (Muslim)
8Bhangi (Muslim)8Barujibi, Barui
9Bhatia Muslim9Betkar (Bentkar)
10Bhuiya/Bhunya (Muslim)10Bhandari (Muslim)
11Borah /Bara /Bora (Muslim)11Bhar
12Chowduli (Muslim)12Bharbhuja
13Dhanuk13Bhujel
14Dhatri/Dai/Dhaity (Muslim)14Bungchheng
15Dhukre (Muslim)15Chaprashi (Muslim)
16Dhunia16Chasatti (Chasa)
17Fakir, Sain17Chitrakar
18Gayen (Muslim)18Scheduled Castes converts to Christianity and their progeny
19Gharami (Muslim)19Churihar
20Ghorkhan20Dalai (Muslim)
21Ghosi (Muslim)21Daptari (Muslim)
22Goldar/Golder (Muslim)22Devanga
23Gorey (Muslim)23Dewan
24Hajjam (Muslim)24Dewan (Muslim)
25Halsana (Muslim)25Dhabak (Muslim)
26Hati (Muslim)26Dhali (Muslim)
27Hawaikar (Muslim)27Dhimal
28Hawari28Gangot
29Jatuya (Muslim)29Gavara
30Jogi30Gazi (Muslim), Par (Muslim)
31Jolah (Ansari-Momin)31Goala, Gope (Pallav Gope, Ballav Gope, Yadav Gope, Gope, Ahir and Yadav)
32Kalwar32Gurung
33Kan (Muslim)33Hele /Halia /Chasi-Kaibartta /Das Kaibartta
34Kasai34Hoseni Goyala (Muslim)
35Kayal (Muslim)35Kahar
36Khajonkriya /Khajankriya (Muslim)36Kalal/Iraqi
37Khandait37Kansari
38Khansama38Kapali
39Khondekar/Khonkar (Muslim)39Karani
40Khotta Muslim40Karmakar
41Kosta /Kostha41Katha (Muslim)
42Lakhera /Laahera42Kazi/Kaji/Quazi/Quaji (Muslim)
43Mahaldar (Muslim)43Keori /Koiri
44Mai Muslim44Khalashi (Muslim)
45Majhi/ Patni Muslim45Khan (Muslim)
46Mallick46Khen (Non Bania category)
47Midde47Kichni (Muslim)
48Muchi/ Chamar Muslim48Kotal (Muslim)
49Muslim Barujibi/ Barui49Kumbhakar, Kumar
50Muslim Bhatiyara50Kurmi
51Muslim Biswas51Majhi
52Muslim Chutor Mistri52Malakar
53Muslim Dafadar53Malita/Malitha/Malitya (Muslim)
54Muslim Haidar54Mangar
55Muslim Jamadar55Mistri (Muslim)
56Muslim Kalander56Moira (Halwai), Modak (Halwai)
57Muslim Laskar57Mouli (Muslim)
58Muslim Mali, Faraji (Muslim)58Mudi/ Mehedi (Muslim)
59Muslim Mandal59Mukti/ Mufti (Muslim)
60Muslim Molla60Muslim Darji /Ostagar /Idrishi
61Muslim Nehariya61Nagar
62Muslim Penchi62Napit
63Muslim Piyada63Nembang
64Muslim Rajmistri64Newar
65Muslim Sanpui/Sapui65Pahadia Muslim
66Muslim Sardar66Paik (Muslim)
67Naiya (Muslim)67Pailan (Muslim)
68Nashya-Sekh68Purkait (Muslim)
69Nikari (Muslim)69Rai (including Chamling)
70Pahar (Muslim)70Raju
71Patidar71Sadhukhan (Muslim)
72Raptan (Muslim)72Sahana (Muslim)
73Rayeen (Kunjra)73Sampang
74Roniwar74Sana (Muslim)
75Sekh/Seikh75Sarak
76Shershabadia76Sarala/Sarwala (Muslim)
77Shikari/ Sikari (Muslim)77Sareng (Muslim)
78Siuli (Muslim)78Sarkar (Muslim)
79Sukli79Satchasi
80Tutia (Muslim)80Sepai (Muslim)
 81Hazari (Muslim)81Shah (Shah/ Sahaji)
  82Shankakar
  83Sunuwar
  84Sutradhar
  85Swarnakar
  86Tal-Pakha Benia
  87Tamboli/ Tamali
  88Tanti, Tantubaya
  89Tarafdar (Muslim)
  90Teli, Kolu
  91Thami
  92Turha
  93Yogi, Nath
  94Gurung
  95Layek (Muslim)
  96Khas
  96Shikder/Shikdar/Sikder/Sikdar (Muslim)

REF: West Bengal Backward Classes (Other than Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes) (Reservation of Vacancies in Services and Posts) Act.

West Bengal Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Reservation of Vacancies in Services and Posts) Rules, 1976.

There is no Act to guide the principles of reservation for OBCs. Notification No. 347-TW / EC dated 13-07-1994 was the first Notification to introduce the matter of reservation for OBCs in services and posts under State Govt. control. 5% posts were reserved then for OBC. This has been increased to 7% and presently 7% posts are reserved for OBCs.

Covering all reservation quotas for SC, ST, & OBC, one 100 point roster has been prescribed which is used to ensure reservation of services and posts for SC, ST & OBC in West Bengal.

For reservation in promotion in respect of OBCs, 50 point roster is not required to be maintained for OBCs.


List of OBCs in West Bengal

OBC list West Bengal 2019

OBCs in West Bengal [Central List]

The Government and Security
1Baishya Kapali12011/9/94BCC dt.19/10/1994 (size : 2.22MB)    
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2Barujibi12011/9/94BCC dt.19/10/1994 (size : 2.22MB)    
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3Goala-Gope(Pallav Gope, Ballav Gope, Yadav Gope, Gope, Ahir and Yadav)12011/68/98-BCC dt.27/10/1999 (size : 1.75MB)    
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12011/9/94BCC dt.19/10/1994 (size : 2.22MB)    
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12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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4Kapali12011/9/94-BCC dt.19/10/1994 (size : 2.22MB)    
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5Karmakar12011/9/94BCC dt.19/10/1994 (size : 2.22MB)    
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6Kumbhakar12011/9/94BCC dt.19/10/1994 (size : 2.22MB)    
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7Kurmi12011/9/94BCC dt.19/10/1994 (size : 2.22MB)    
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8Moira (Halwai), Modak (Halwai)12011/9/94BCC dt.19/10/1994 (size : 2.22MB)    
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9Napit12011/9/94BCC dt.19/10/1994 (size : 2.22MB)    
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10Satchasi12011/9/94BCC dt.19/10/1994 (size : 2.22MB)    
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11Sutradhar12011/9/94BCC dt.19/10/1994 (size : 2.22MB)    
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12Swarnakar12011/9/94BCC dt.19/10/1994 (size : 2.22MB)    
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13Teli12011/9/94BCC dt.19/10/1994 (size : 2.22MB)    
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14Yogi,Nath12011/9/94BCC dt.19/10/1994 (size : 2.22MB)    
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15Nagar (this does not include immigrant Maithili Brahmins and immigrant Nagars from other States who are Brahmins and Baniyas)12011/44/96-BCC dt.06/12/1996 (size : .6MB)    
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16Karani12011/44/96-BCC dt.06/12/1996 (size : .6MB)    
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17Raju12011/44/96-BCC dt.06/12/1996 (size : .6MB)    
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18Keori/Koiri12011/44/96-BCC dt.06/12/1996 (size : .6MB)    
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19Sarak12011/44/96-BCC dt.06/12/1996 (size : .6MB)    
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20Kosta/Kostha12011/44/96-BCC dt.06/12/1996 (size : .6MB)    
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21Chitrakar12011/68/98-BCC dt.27/10/1999 (size : 1.75MB)    
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22Malakar12015/9/2000-BCC dt. 06/09/2001 (size : .92MB)    
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12011/96/94-BCC dt.09/03/1996 (size : .76MB)    
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23Jolah(Ansari Momin)12015/9/2000-BCC dt. 06/09/2001 (size : .92MB)    
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12011/96/94-BCC dt.09/03/1996 (size : .76MB)    
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24Kansari12015/9/2000-BCC dt. 06/09/2001 (size : .92MB)    
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12011/96/94-BCC dt.09/03/1996 (size : .76MB)    
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25Tanti, Tantubaya12015/9/2000-BCC dt. 06/09/2001 (size : .92MB)    
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12011/96/94-BCC dt.09/03/1996 (size : .76MB)    
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26Dhanuk12015/9/2000-BCC dt. 06/09/2001 (size : .92MB)    
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12011/96/94-BCC dt.09/03/1996 (size : .76MB)    
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27Shankhakar12015/9/2000-BCC dt. 06/09/2001 (size : .92MB)    
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12011/96/94-BCC dt.09/03/1996 (size : .76MB)    
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28Jogi12011/88/98-BCC dt.06/12/1999 (size : 1.69MB)    
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29Fakir, Sain.12011/68/98-BCC dt.27/10/1999 (size : 1.75MB)    
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30Nembang12011/88/98-BCC dt.06/12/1999 (size : 1.69MB)    
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31Sampang12011/88/98-BCC dt.06/12/1999 (size : 1.69MB)    
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32Turha12011/88/98-BCC dt.06/12/1999 (size : 1.69MB)    
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33Bungchheng12011/88/98-BCC dt.06/12/1999 (size : 1.69MB)    
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34Bhujel12011/88/98-BCC dt.06/12/1999 (size : 1.69MB)    
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35Kahar12011/68/98-BCC dt.27/10/1999 (size : 1.75MB)    
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36Betkar (Bentkar)12011/68/98-BCC dt.27/10/1999 (size : 1.75MB)    
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37Sukli (excluding Solanki Rajputs who claim themselves to be Sukli) )12011/88/98-BCC dt.06/12/1999 (size : 1.69MB)    
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38Churihar12011/88/98-BCC dt.06/12/1999 (size : 1.69MB)    
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39Thami12011/36/99-BCC dt.04/04/2000 (size : 1.47MB)    
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40Dhunia12011/88/98-BCC dt.06/12/1999 (size : 1.69MB)    
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41Dhimal12011/88/98-BCC dt.06/12/1999 (size : 1.69MB)    
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42Bhar12011/88/98-BCC dt.06/12/1999 (size : 1.69MB)    
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43Lakhera/Laahera12011/88/98-BCC dt.06/12/1999 (size : 1.69MB)    
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44Rangwa12011/88/98-BCC dt.06/12/1999 (size : 1.69MB)    
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45Kasai-Quraishi12011/36/99-BCC dt.04/04/2000 (size : 1.47MB)    
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46Kalwar12011/36/99-BCC dt.04/04/2000 (size : 1.47MB)    
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47Hawari, Dhobi (other than those included in the list of SCs)12011/36/99-BCC dt.04/04/2000 (size : 1.47MB)    
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48Tamboli/Tamali12011/36/99-BCC dt.04/04/2000 (size : 1.47MB)    
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49Deleted12015/13/2010-B.C.II. Dt. 08/12/2011 (size : 2.96MB)    
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50Khen (Non Bania category)12011/36/99-BCC dt.04/04/2000 (size : 1.47MB)    
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51Chamling12011/36/99-BCC dt.04/04/2000 (size : 1.47MB)    
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52Scheduled Castes converts to Christianity and their progeny12011/44/99-BCC dt.21/09/2000 (size : 1.33MB)    
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53Rayeen (Kunjra)12011/44/99-BCC dt.21/09/2000 (size : 1.33MB)    
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54Hele/Halia/Chasi-Kaibartta, Das Kaibartta12011/44/99-BCC dt. 21/09/2000 (size : 1.33MB)    
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12015/15/2008- BCC dt. 16/06/2011 (size : 3.65MB)    
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55Nashya-Sekh12011/1/2001-BCC dt. 19/06/2003 (size : .77MB)    
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56Shershabadia12011/1/2001-BCC dt. 19/06/2003 (size : .77MB)    
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57Rai (including Chamling)12015/15/2008- BCC dt. 16/06/2011 (size : 3.65MB)    
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58Bharbhuja12015/15/2008- BCC dt. 16/06/2011 (size : 3.65MB)    
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59Dewan12015/15/2008- BCC dt. 16/06/2011 (size : 3.65MB)    
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60Patidar12015/15/2008- BCC dt. 16/06/2011 (size : 3.65MB)    
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61Banshi Barman12015/15/2008- BCC dt. 16/06/2011 (size : 3.65MB)    
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62Pahadia Muslim12015/15/2008- BCC dt. 16/06/2011 (size : 3.65MB)    
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63Devanga12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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64Hajjam(Muslim)12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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65Chowduli(Muslim)12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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66Nikari(Muslim)12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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67Mahaldar(Muslim)12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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68Dhukre(Muslim)12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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69Basni/ Bosni(Muslim)12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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70Abdal(Muslim)12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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71Kan(Muslim)12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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72Tutia(Muslim)12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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73Gayen(Muslim)12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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74Beldar Muslim12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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75Khotta Muslim12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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76Muslim Sardar12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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77Muslim Kalandar12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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78Muslim Laskar12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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79Muslim Jamadar12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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80Muslim Chutor Mistri12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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81Muslim Dafadar12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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82Mal Muslim12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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83Majhi/ Patni Muslim12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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84Muchi/ Chamar Muslim12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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85Muslim Nehariya12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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86Muslim Haldar12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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87Muslim Sanpui/ Sapui12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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88Muslim Biswas12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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89Muslim Mali12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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90Ghosi(Muslim)12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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91Muslim Darji/ Ostagar/ Idrishi12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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92Muslim Rajmistri12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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93Muslim Bhatiyara12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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94Muslim Molla12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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95Dhali(Muslim)12015/05/2011-BC II dt 17/02/2014 (size : .26MB)    
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Who are the persons excluded from reservation as creamy layer.

In the case of Ashoka Kumar Thakur Vs. State of Bihar and others, , the exclusion of creamy layer from the Other Backward Citizens was again considered by the Apex Court in furtherance of its earlier decision in Indra Sawhney in which case there was agreement amongst eight out of nine Judges. It held that the occupants of the posts like IAS, IPS and Officers of All India Services rise quite high socially and such persons could no longer be socially disadvantaged. Their children get full opportunities to realize their potential and are in no way handicapped in the social life. Their income is also such that they are above wants and therefore, it was but logical that the children of such socially and economically advanced persons are not given the benefits of reservation. The Supreme Court while considering the validity of Office Memorandum dated 8-9-1993 in Ashok Kumar Thakur’s case (supra), held that the children of the following categories are excluded from reservation as creamy layer.Continue Reading

The doctrine of Creamy Layers in Indian job reservation

The concept of ‘creamy layer’ has been evolved by Hon’ble the Supreme Court in various judgments. In the case of K.C. Vasanth Kumar and Another Vs. State of Karnataka, , it was held that the root cause of social and educational backwardness lies in economic backwardness and therefore, economic criterion should be applied to identify social and educational backwardness for the purpose of compensatory discrimination or affirmative action. Although, the Supreme Court had observed that economic criterion is worth applying for reservation to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes but the aforesaid view has not met with an approval of the Supreme Court in its later pronouncement. Accordingly, directions were issued re-determining the question of backwardness of the various Castes/Tribes and for the purposes of Articles 15(4) and 16(4) in the light of the latest figures which were to be collected on various relevant factors in order to refix the extent of reservation for backward classes. It is significant to notice that the reservation based on occupation-cum-income can in any event be availed of by members of backward communities and castes.Continue Reading

List of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe and OBCs in West Bengal

There is no age bar in respect of the issue of SC/ST certificates. Age bar in respect of the issuance of OBC certificates has also been lifted.

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SC /ST / OBC certificates (caste certificates) are issued by SDOs in all Sub- Divisions. In Kolkata, such certificates are issued by DWO, Kolkata. Caste certificates for SC & ST are issued in terms of The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Identification) Act, 1994. OBC certificates are issued in terms of Govt. Notification No. 347-TW / EC dated 13-07-1994.

There is no age bar in respect of the issue of SC/ST certificates. Age bar in respect of the issuance of OBC certificates has also been lifted.

Procedure for issue of caste certificates for SC ST/OBC as specified in the Act, Rule, and Notifications etc. has been recently been compiled and comprehensive guidelines have been issued.

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Guidelines for issuance of OBC Certificate in West Bengal

Government of West Bengal
Backward Classes Welfare Department
Writers’ Buildings, Kolkata – 700 001
Website: http://www.anagrasarkalyan.gov.in
M E M O R A N D U M
No. 1464–BCW/MR–59/10 Dated 30th April, 2010

Guidelines for issuance of OBC Certificate

The Government has been considering for some time past to issue comprehensive guidelines for
disposal of applications for issuance of OBC Certificates, including fixing up the nature of
documents required for establishing eligibility for getting such certificate.
Now, in compilation of orders issued from time to time as well as modification and amplification of
such orders, the Governor is pleased to frame the following guidelines for receipt and disposal of
applications for issuance of OBC Certificates:

1. Procedure for issuance of OBC certificates was issued vide Order No. 374(71) – TW / EC /
MR – 103 / 94 dated 27th July, 1994. As per the said order, SDOs of the Sub-Divisions
concerned and ADM, South 24 Pgs as assigned by DM, South 24 Pgs, are the competent
authorities for issuance of OBC certificates in respect of Sub-Divisions and Kolkata
respectively. A format of application form was also set up in the said order. The same
competent authorities and the said format for application shall continue.
2. As regards the format for OBC certificate, the format circulated vide No. 899(85)-
BCW/MR/42/10 dated 12/03/2010 shall continue. The format of OBC certificate is
appended to this memorandum.
3. As regards recommendation for issuance of OBC certificates, BDOs in respect of concerned
Blocks are the Recommending Authorities. In respect of municipal areas excluding Kolkata,
such officers not below the rank of a Deputy Magistrate, as assigned by the SDO, are the
Recommending Authority. In Kolkata, District Welfare Officer, Kolkata is the
Recommending Authority.
4. It was also mentioned in the said order that the existing procedure for issue of caste / tribe
certificate to the members of the SC/ST community shall be applicable, mutatis mutandis,
in case of issue of certificates to the members of Backward Classes. This will also be
generally applicable subject to modifications / clarifications issued vide this order.
5. Application for OBC certificate can be submitted by applicants living in Block areas to the
concerned Block Offices, and by applicants living in municipal areas within a Sub-Division,
to the concerned SDO offices. For Kolkata, such applications can be submitted to the office
of the District Welfare Officer, Kolkata, who may also arrange to receive application in
Borough offices of the Kolkata Municipal Corporation also. Concerned offices receiving
applications shall invite the applicants for hearing on 2nd or 4th Wednesdays within 60 days
from the date of application and ask them to come personally with all original documents
furnished in support of their claims.

6. Now, for disposal of an application for OBC Certificate six criteria are required to be
fulfilled. These are:
a. The applicant must be a citizen of India.
b. He is a permanent resident of West Bengal since 15-03-1993.
c. He is an ordinary resident at the address currently residing.
d. He belongs to the said community/ class.
e. His identity.
f. The applicant does not fall under ‘creamy layer’.

7. It is often alleged that the issuing authorities claim numerous documents in order to prove a single criterion. To remove any confusion on the requirement of documents to prove any of the criteria mentioned at point 6 above, it is clarified that any one of the documents listed below against each of the items shall be sufficient to prove that criterion.

These are:
a. For Citizenship- i. Citizenship Certificate.
ii. Voter I card of self or parent(s)
iii. Authenticated Voter list of self or parent(s)
iv. PAN Card of self or parent(s)
v. Birth Certificate from Competent Authority
vi. Caste certificate of parent(s)
vii. Any Govt. Document proving citizenship.
Note: Validity of any of these documents can only be questioned only when there is
valid reason to believe that such document might have been procured
through misrepresentation of facts.
b. For Permanent residence- i. Land deed or land tax receipt
ii. Voter list proving residence since 1993
iii. Birth Certificate proving residence since 1993
iv. Ration Card proving residence since1993
v. Caste certificate of parent(s)
vi. Any Govt. Document proving permanent
residence since 1993.

c. For local residence- i. Land deed or land tax receipt
ii. Voter I card of self or parent(s)
iii. Certificate from Competent Authority
iv. Caste certificate of parent(s)
v. Birth Certificate
vi. Ration Card
vii. Rent receipt
viii. Pass Book of a Nationalised Bank, Gramin Bank, Post
Office or Co-operative Bank
ix. BPL Card
x. Any Govt. Document proving local residence
d. Class identity – i. Caste certificate of any paternal blood
relation and proof of such relation
ii. Copy of old land deed (prior to 1950) specifying
community name in that document
iii. Any Govt. Document proving class identity

e. For identity – i. Admit Card
ii. Voter I card
iii. PAN Card
iv. Birth Certificate from Competent Authority
v. Identity Card by employer/ educational Institution
vi. Pass Book of Bank Account
vii. BPL Card
vii. Any Govt. Document proving identity
f. Creamy Layer – i. Income Certificates of parents from employers (not more
than three months old from the date of filing application)
ii. Income Tax Return for last three years of parents
iii. If not employed, income certificate from any competent
authority (not more than three months old from the date
of filing application)
iv. Any Govt. Document proving income of parents

8. In the lists above, certificate from Prodhan, Chairman of Municipality or Councillor of
Municipal Corporation, MLA, MP etc. has not been included. In case of non-availability of
certificates as mentioned at 7 (a) to (f ), any of these certificates together with reports of
enquiry and hearing are to be taken into consideration for determination of eligibility.

9. It is to be mentioned here that the applicant has the right to apply even without any
documentary proof in support of his claim and no application shall be rejected merely on the ground of non-availability of documentary evidences about class identity, residence or citizenship. In such cases, certificates from the Prodhan of the local Gram Panchayat,
Chairman of the local Municipality or the local Councillor of the Municipal Corporation
along the findings of the enquiry shall be considered to be sufficient.

10. As per existing orders, an applicant for OBC certificate has to be within the age bracket of
4 to 40 years to be eligible for applying. However, considering the fact that persons
belonging to Other Backward Classes require OBC certificates beyond the age of 40 years
also as job opportunities are open beyond this age limit, the orders imposing age
restriction for being eligible to apply for OBC certificate is hereby withdrawn. Hence, no
age proof for granting OBC certificate will be necessary.

11. It is apparent that most of the applicants for OBC certificates are unable to produce such
certificate of paternal blood relation as a proof of class identity. This is more so in view of
a good number of classes being recently added to the list of OBCs. In those cases, their
class identity is to be decided on field enquiry and public hearing. In such cases, to
facilitate easy identification, an affidavit from the applicant in the format attached to this
order, may be obtained wherein the applicant is to declare his eligibility to obtain OBC
certificate. Unless there is any contrary evidence received during field enquiry and
hearing, normally the affidavit shall be acceptable for ascertaining his class status and
eligibility.
12. It is often alleged that an applicant is asked to furnish declarations by five or even ten
persons of the applicant’s locality certifying the applicant’s class identity. Sometimes such
declaration is demanded from Teachers or Govt. Officials. This causes undue harassment
to the applicants. It is hereby clarified that such declaration is not needed for disposal of
an application for OBC certificate. Where documentary proof as to eligibility to obtain OBC
certificate is not available, field enquiry or public hearing is to be held. In such enquiry /
hearing, evidences from local persons are to be recorded. Depositions from local persons
may also be taken. An application for OBC certificate without any documentary proof or
with insufficient documentary proof submitted along with the application is to be
disposed of as per findings of the field enquiry / hearing together with affidavit and
certificate from local Panchayat / Municipality.

13. To facilitate timely disposal of all applications for OBC certificate, special camps are to be
held at regular intervals. In such camps, receiving of applications, public hearing and
distribution of certificates are to be made. Camps are to be organised in such a manner so
that all applications are disposed of within eight weeks from the date of submission of
such application. Such camps are to be organised in all the High and Higher Secondary
Schools, as most of the applicants for OBC certificates are School or College students.
14. Regarding determination of ‘Creamy Layer’, the following points shall be considered:
a. First, status of the parents (not of the applicant) is to be ascertained. If any of the
parents of the applicant holds a constitutional post or belong to Class I or Group ‘A’
service of the Central or State Government before the age of 40, he is considered to
belong to ‘creamy layer’’. If both of the parents belong to class II or Group ‘B’ service the
Central or State Government before the age of 40, he is considered to belong to ‘creamy
layer’’. If such parents retire or die after retirement, the status will remain unchanged.
If, however, parents die or suffer permanent incapacitation during service, the applicant
shall not fall under ‘Creamy Layer’.
b. Criteria prescribed for determining creamy layer status of sons and daughters of
persons in Government service mutatis mutandis applies to the sons and daughters of
persons holding equivalent or comparable posts in PSUs, Banks, Insurance
Organisations, Universities, Educational Institutions and also holding equivalent or
comparable posts in private employment. Where such comparison is not possible,
Income /Wealth test as prescribed is to be applied.
c. When creamy layer status of an applicant is determined on the service / post held by his
parent(s), their income from salaries are not to be taken into account. Thus, the
employees in Government Departments, PSUs, Banks, Insurance Organisations,
Educational Institutions, will not fall under the ‘Creamy Layer’ category unless income
from other sources alone (without clubbing the income from salaries or agricultural
land) touches the prescribed limit of Rs. 4.5 lakh.
d. As per Income / Wealth Test, income of the parents from the salaries and from the other sources [other than salaries and agricultural land] is determined separately. If either the income of the parents from the salaries or the income of the parents from other sources [other than salaries and agricultural land] exceeds the limit of Rs.4.5 lakh per
annum or possess wealth above the exemption limit prescribed in the Wealth Tax Act
for a period of three consecutive years, the sons and daughters of such persons shall be
treated to fall in creamy layer. But the sons and daughters of parents, whose income
from salaries is less than Rs.4.5 lakh per annum and income from other sources is also
less than Rs.4.5 lakh per annum, will not be treated as falling in creamy layer even if the
sum of the income from salaries and the income from the other sources is more than Rs.
4.5 lakh per annum for a period of three consecutive years. It may be noted that income
from agricultural land is not taken into account while applying the Test. This test is
applicable to persons not having salary income or having salary income but their
service status not being comparable with that of the Central or State Government.
15. Ordinarily, an application for OBC certificate is to be disposed of within eight weeks from
the date of its submission. The applicant has a right to know the status of his application,
once filed. Hence, if demanded, status of his application, has to be provided to the
applicant.
16. A new format of application form for OBC certificate (with minor modifications on the
existing format) has been developed and communicated to all concerned. Both the
formats can be used for filing application for OBC certificate. The format is also available
in the BCW Department website http://www.anagrasarkalyan.gov.in. The website may be visited
regularly to find out the latest developments in this matter. All major policy decisions in
respect of OBC certificates including latest lists of OBCs are available in the website.
Sk. Nurul Haque
Principal Secretary
to the Government of West Bengal

G O V E R N M E N T O F W E S T B E N G A L
OFFICE OF THE SUB-DIVISIONAL OFFICER
______________________ SUB-DIVISION
DIST. – ____________________
Certificate No. – Date :
This is to certify that son/daughter of
of village
P.O. P.S.
in the district of the state of belongs to the
community which is recognized as a Other Backward Class
and his family ordinarily reside(s) in the
of the state
Place :
Date :
Sub-Divisional Officer
and by the Government of India for the State of West Bengal, under :-
District of
This is also to certify that he does not belongs to the category of persons/section (Creamy Layer) to whom
reservation shall not apply as per provision contained in the schedule mentioned in Order No. 347-TW/EC, Dt. 13-07-94
and subsequently modified vide Order No. 1518-BCW, dated the 20th May, 2009 of the Backward Classes Welfare
Department or in Column No. 3 of the Schedule to the Govt. of India, Department of personnel & Training O.M. No.
36012/22/93-Estt (SCT) Dated 8-9-93, subsequently revised vide O.M. No. 36033/3/2004-Estt. (Res) dated the 9th
March, 2004 and O.M. No. 1-1/2008-U.I.A. dated the 13th October, 2008.
by the Government of West Bengal, under :-
Note: The expression ‘oridnarily resident’ used here shall have the same meaning as in section 20 of the Representation of the People Act, 1950 (43 of 1950).
Format for Affidavit by the Applicant for his / her own OBC Certificate
(To be sworn in before the 1st Class Judicial Magistrate / Executive Magistrate on NJ stamp paper of Rs.10/-)

I, Shri / Smt …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… son / daughter of Shri
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………., presently residing at (Address)
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
……………………………………………………………………………………………………, have applied for OBC certificate for myself
and hereby declare that:-
1. I am a citizen of India;
2. I am a permanent resident of West Bengal since 1993, the permanent address being
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. ;
3. I am a resident of the address declared above;
4. I belong to …………………………. class which is recognized as Other Backward Class in West Bengal;
5. None of my parents is a Group A / Class I Officer under Central / State Government or belong
to any service in any PSU, Bank, Insurance Company, Educational Institution or in private
employment, comparable with Group A / Class I service under Central / State Government or
holds any Constitutional post;
6. None / only one ( Father or Mother[strike out whichever is not applicable]) of my parents is
a Group B / Class II Officer under Central / State Government or belong to any service in any
PSU, Bank, Insurance Company, Educational Institution or in private employment,
comparable with Group B / Class II service under Central / State Government;

7. Annual income of parents from salaries is Rs. …………….. (in words)
………………………………………………………………………………..;
8. Annual income of parents from other sources including business or profession is
Rs……………….. (in words) ………………………………………………………………….;

9. I do not belong to ‘Creamy Layer’ as defined in the relevant Government Order issued for the purpose of issuance of OBC certificate;
I further certify that the information given above in respect of myself is fully correct and I take full responsibility of the accuracy of this statement. If at any point of time a part of the statement is found to be incorrect, I shall have to forfeit the benefit received and shall also be liable to be punished under Section 193 of the Indian Penal Code.
Format for Affidavit by Parent for his / her ward’s OBC Certificate (When the applicant is a minor)
(To be sworn in before the 1st Class Judicial Magistrate / Executive Magistrate on NJ stamp paper of Rs.10/-)

I, Shri / Smt ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. son/daughter
of Shri ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………., presently residing at
(Address) …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………………………….., have applied for OBC certificate for my
son / daughter / ward and hereby declare that:-
1. My son / daughter / ward is a citizen of India;
2. I am a permanent resident of West Bengal since 1993, the permanent address being
…………………………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………………… ;
3. My son / daughter / ward is a resident of the address declared above;

4. My son / daughter / ward belongs to …………………………. class which is recognized as Other Backward Class in West Bengal;

5. Neither me nor my spouse is a Group A / Class I Officer under Central / State Government or
belong to any service in any PSU, Bank, Insurance Company, Educational Institution or in
private employment, comparable with Group A / Class I service under Central / State
Government or holds any Constitutional post;

6. None / only one of us [me or my spouse] is a Group B / Class II Officer under Central / State Government or belong to any service in any PSU, Bank, Insurance Company, Educational Institution or in private employment, comparable with Group B / Class II service under Central / State Government;

7. Annual income of us from salaries is Rs………………………………………. (in words)
…………………………………………………………………………………………… ;
8. Annual income of us from other sources including business or profession is
Rs…………………………….. (in words) ……………………………………………………………;

9. My son does not belong to ‘Creamy Layer’ as defined in the relevant Government Order issued for the purpose of issuance of OBC certificate;
I further certify that the information given above in respect of my son / daughter / ward is fully correct and I take full responsibility of the accuracy of this statement. If at any point of time a part of the statement is found to be incorrect, My son / daughter / ward shall have to forfeit the benefit received and both my son / daughter / ward and I shall be liable to be punished under Section 193 of the Indian Penal Code.

Law Relating to Backward Classes -West Bengal

WB LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY
  1. Rules of Business of the Backward Classes Welfare Department
  2. Amendment of Rules of Business of the Backward Classes Welfare Department
  3. Amendment of West Bengal Rules of Business of Backward Classes Welfare Department
  4. West Bengal Rules of Business of Department of Tribal Development
  5. The West Bengal State Higher Educational Institutions (Reservation in Admission) Act, 2013
  6. The West Bengal State Higher Educational Institutions (Reservation in Admission) Act, 2013 – RULES
  7. Labour Department Order on Exempted Category
  8. Establish a Board by the Name “Tamang Development and Cultural Board”
  9. The West Bengal Tribes Advisory Council Rules, 1953
  10. Amendments in the West Bengal Tribes Advisory Council Rules, 1953
  11. Amendments in the West Bengal Tribes Advisory Council Rules, 1953
  12. Amendments in the West Bengal Tribes Advisory Council Rules, 1953
  13. Amendments in the West Bengal Tribes Advisory Council Rules, 1953
  14. Amendments in the West Bengal Tribes Advisory Council Rules, 1953
  15. Special Provision of the Constitution of India
  16. Constitution Scheduled Castes Order 1950
  17. Constitution Scheduled Tribes Order 1950
  18. West Bengal Scheduled Castes & Scheduled Tribes (Identification) ACT, 1994
  19. West Bengal Scheduled Castes & Scheduled Tribes (Identification) RULES, 1995
  20. Amendment of West Bengal Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Identification) Rules, 1995
  21. West Bengal Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Identification) (Amendment) Act, 2007
  22. West Bengal Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Identification) (Amendment) Act, 2008
  23. Amendment of West Bengal Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Identification) Rules, 2010
  24. West Bengal Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Identification) (Amendment) Act, 2012
  25. The Constitution (Scheduled Caste) Order (Amendment) Act, 2016
  26. The West Bengal Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Identification) (Amendment) Act, 2017
  27. West Bengal Commission for Backward Classes Act, 1993
  28. West Bengal Commission for Backward Classes RULES 1993
  29. West Bengal Commission for Backward Classes (Amendment) Act, 2005
  30. West Bengal Commission for Backward Classes (Amendment) Act, 2007
  31. West Bengal Commission for Backward Classes (Amendment) Act, 2010
  32. Amendments of West Bengal Commission for Backward Classes RULES 1993
  33. Amendments of West Bengal Commission for Backward Classes Act, 1993
  34. West Bengal Commission for Backward Classes (Amendment) Act, 2015
  35. The Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) ACT, 1989
  36. The Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) RULES, 1995
  37. Protection of Civil Rights ACT, 1955
  38. Amendment to the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) RULES, 1995
  39. Guidelines to Police Officers Investigating Cases under SC/ST (POA) Act, 1989 & PCR Act, 1995
  40. Amendment to the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 (Name of Special Court)
  41. Amendment to the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 (Name of Public Prosecutor)
  42. The Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Amendment Ordinance, 2014
  43. The Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) (Amendment) Rules, 2014
  44. The Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) (Amendment) Act, 2015
  45. The Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) (Amendment) Rules, 2016
  46. The West Bengal Backward Classes (Other than Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes) (Reservation of Vacancies in Services and Posts)Act, 2012
  47. Amendment of the West Bengal Backward Classes (Other than Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes)(Reservation of Vacancies in Services and Posts) Act, 2012
  48. The West Bengal Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Reservation of vacancies in Services and Posts) Act, 1976
  49. The West Bengal Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Reservation of vacancies in Services and Posts) RULES, 1976
  50. The West Bengal Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Reservation of vacancies in Services and Posts) (Amendment) Act, 2005
  51. The West Bengal Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Reservation of vacancies in Services and Posts) (Amendment) Act, 2009
  52. West Bengal Backward Classes Development and Finance Corporation Act, 1995
  53. West Bengal SC, ST Development & Finance Corporation Act, 1981
  54. Act on West Bengal Tribal Development Co-operative Corporation Ltd., 1994
  55. West Bengal Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes Development and Finance Corporation Act, 2017
  56. The Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act, 2006
  57. The Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Rules, 2008
  58. The Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Amendment Rules, 2012
  59. The West Bengal Right to Public Services Act, 2013
  60. The Prohibition of Employment as Manual Scavengers and Thier Rehabilitation Act, 2013
  61. West Bengal Prohibition of Employment as Manual Scavengers and Thier Rehabilitation Rules, 2015
  62. Notification – Prohibition of Employment as Manual Scavengers and thier Rehabilitation Act, 2013
  63. Notification – Prohibition of Employment as Manual Scavengers and thier Rehabilitation Act, 2013
  64. Notification – Prohibition of Employment as Manual Scavengers and thier Rehabilitation Act, 2013
  65. The West Bengal Incentive Scheme, 2015