Schedule castes in Haryana

THE STATE OF HARYANA

LIST OF SCHEDULED CASTES IN HARYANA STATE

  • Ad Dharmi
    • Aheria, Aheri, Hari, Heri, Thori, Turi
  • Balmiki
  • Bangali
  • Barar, Burar, Berar
  • Batwal, Barwala 6. Bauria, Bawaria
  • Bazigar
  • Bhanjra
  • Chamar, Jatia Chamar, Rehgar, Ra igar, Ramdasi, Ravidasi, Balahi, Batoi, Bhambi, Chamar-Rohidas, Jatav, Jatava, Ramdasia
  • Chanal
  • Dagi
  • Darain
  • Deha, Dhaya, Dhea
  • Dhanak
  • Dhogri, Dhangri, Siggi
  • Dumna, Mahasha, Doom
  • Gagra
  • Gandhila, Gandil, Gondola
  • Kabirpanthi, Julaha
  • Khatik
  • Kori, Koli
  • Marija, Marecha
  • Mazhabi, Mazhabi Sikh
  • Megh, Meghwal
  • Nat, Badi
  • Od.
  • Pasi
  • Perna
  • Pherera
    • Rai Sikh
  • Sanhai
  • Sanhal
  • Sansi, Bhedkut, Manesh
  • Sansoi
  • Sapela, Sapera
  • Sarera
  • Sikligar, Bariya
  • Sirkiband

As per enclosure to circular issued by Government of India, Ministry of Home Affairs vide letter No.35/1/72-R.U.(SCT.V) dated the April, 1975. If the person claims to be a Scheduled Castes, he should profess either the Hindu or the Sikh religion.


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What is the meaning of Scheduled Castes

A person who is recognised as a member of Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes in his original State, will be entitled to all the benefits of reservation under the Constitution in that State only and not in other States/Union Territories and not entitled to the benefits of reservation in the migrated State/Union Territory.

10. The Government of India Act, 1935 (hereinafter referred to as “1935 Act”) (also referred to as “the Constitution Act”) brought into force the expression “Scheduled Castes” for the first time in Indian Constitutional history. Entry 26 Part I of the First Schedule to the 1935 Act stipulates that “the Scheduled Castes mean such castes, races or tribes or parts of or groups within the castes, races or tribes, being castes, races, tribes, parts or groups, which appear to His Majesty in Council to correspond to the classes of persons formerly known as ‘the depressed classes’, as His Majesty in Council may specify”.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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Sunita Singh Vs. State of Uttar Pradesh and others [SC 2018 January ]

KEYWORDS:-  Termination from service- Caste certificate-

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DATE:- JANUARY 19, 2018-

  • The caste is determined by birth and the caste cannot be changed by marriage with a person of scheduled caste.
  • However, having regard to the fact that the appellant has already served as a Teacher and Vice-Principal of Kendriya Vidyalaya without any black spot in her service career for about 21 years, and that she is going to retire shortly, we take lenient view by exercising jurisdiction under Article 142 of the Constitution of India and order to convert the order of termination to an order of compulsory retirement. While exercising leniency, we have also kept in mind that the appellant has neither played fraud nor misrepresented before any of the authorities for getting the caste certificate and while continuing in service based on the caste certificate.

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

Sunita Singh Vs. State of Uttar Pradesh and others

[Civil Appeal No. 487 of 2018 arising from SLP(C) No.7181 of 2016]

MOHAN M. SHANTANAGOUDAR, J.

1. Leave granted.

2. Judgment dated 21.12.2015 passed by the High Court of Judicature at Allahabad in Writ-C No. 53689 of 2015, dismissing the writ petition filed by the appellant and confirming the order of termination from service passed against the appellant, is called in question in this appeal.

3. Appellant was born in “Agarwal” family. She married Dr. Veer Singh, who happens to belong to “Jatav” Community (said to be one of the Scheduled Castes). A caste certificate dated 29.11.1991 was issued by District Magistrate/Collector, Bulandshahar certifying the appellant as of Scheduled Caste (Jatav). Based on the academic qualifications and the caste certificate, she was appointed initially as a Post Graduate Teacher (Hindi) vide letter dated 16.12.1993 at Kendriya Vidyalaya No.1, Pathankot, Punjab. During the course of her service, she completed her M.Ed and served the institution for about 21 years as teacher.

4. A complaint was lodged against the appellant to the effect that she was born in “Agarwal” family (general caste category) and after her marriage with a person of scheduled caste, she obtained a caste certificate in question. After making preliminary verification, the jurisdictional officer directed to conduct an enquiry in respect of the caste certificate of the appellant.

The Tehsildar vide his order dated 22/27.6.2013 cancelled the caste certificate of the appellant and asked the appellant to return the caste certificate issued earlier to the appellant. City Magistrate, Bulandshahar vide letter dated 18.07.2013 communicated to the Deputy Commissioner, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan that the caste certificate issued to the appellant treating her as “Jatav” has been cancelled. Subsequently, the appellant made a representation to District Magistrate, Bulandshahar on 6.1.2014 requesting him to reconsider the matter and the said representation came to be dismissed on 3.9.2014 by District Magistrate, Bulandshahar.

The appeal filed by the appellant against the order of the Tehsildar cancelling her caste certificate and the order of the District Magistrate dismissing her representation was also dismissed by the appellate authority i.e., Commissioner, Meerut Division, Meerut on 27.12.2014. As a result of cancellation of the caste certificate, an order was passed by the Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan on 18.03.2015 terminating the appellant from the services of Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan.

The appeal filed by the appellant before the State Level Committee against the order of the appellate authority cancelling her caste certificate also came to be dismissed on 15.05.2015. The appellant’s further efforts of approaching the High Court by filing the writ petition also failed, inasmuch as the High Court dismissed the writ petition by the impugned judgment.

Hence, this appeal.

5. There cannot be any dispute that the caste is determined by birth and the caste cannot be changed by marriage with a person of scheduled caste. Undoubtedly, the appellant was born in “Agarwal” family, which falls in general category and not in scheduled caste. Merely because her husband is belonging to a scheduled caste category, the appellant should not have been issued with a caste certificate showing her caste as scheduled caste. In that regard, the orders of the authorities as well as the judgment of the High Court cannot be faulted.

However, having regard to the fact that the appellant has already served as a Teacher and Vice-Principal of Kendriya Vidyalaya without any black spot in her service career for about 21 years, and that she is going to retire shortly, we take lenient view by exercising jurisdiction under Article 142 of the Constitution of India and order to convert the order of termination to an order of compulsory retirement. While exercising leniency, we have also kept in mind that the appellant has neither played fraud nor misrepresented before any of the authorities for getting the caste certificate and while continuing in service based on the caste certificate.

No questions were raised against her till the complaint in question came to be lodged, even when the authorities had seen the High School Certificate, Marks Sheet etc. showing her caste as Agarwal at the initial stage. Having regard to the totality of the facts of the case, the impugned judgment of the High Court is modified. “The order of termination from service” passed against the appellant shall be treated as “the order of compulsory retirement”. However, we make it clear that this shall not be treated as a precedent in future.

6. The appeal stands disposed of in the aforesaid terms.

No order as to costs.

 [ARUN MISHRA]

 [MOHAN M. SHANTANAGOUDAR]

NEW DELHI;

JANUARY 19, 2018.

THE CONSTITUTION (SCHEDULED CASTES) ORDER, 1950

(C.O.19)

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 In  exercise  of the powers conferred by clause (1) of article 341  of the  Constitution of India, the President, after consultation with the Governors  and Rajpramukhs of the States concerned, is pleased to make the following Order, namely:-

  1.  This Order may be called the Constitution (Scheduled Caste) Order, 1950.

  1. Subject  to  the provisions of this Order, the castes,  races  or tribes  or  parts of, or groups within, castes or tribes specified  in 2[Parts  to 3[XXII] 7{XXIII}8XXIV of the Schedule to this Order shall, in  relation to  the States to which those Parts respectively relate, be deemed  to be  Scheduled Castes so far as regards member thereof resident in  the localities  specified  in  relation  to them in those  Parts  of  that Schedule.

4[3.  Notwithstanding anything contained in paragraph 2, no person who professes  a  religion  different from the Hindu 5[, the Sikh  or  the Buddhist]  religion  shall  be deemed to be a member  of  a  Scheduled Caste.]

6[4.  Any reference in this Order to a State or to a district or other territorial  division thereof shall be construed as a reference to the  State,  district  or other territorial division as constituted on  the 1st day of May, 1976.]

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 foot notes :

  1. Published with the Ministry or Law Notification No.  S.R.O.  385, dated  the  10th August, 1950, Gazette of India, Extraordinary,  1950,
  2. Part  II, Section 3, page 163.
  3. Subs.   by  the  Scheduled  Castes  and  Scheduled  Tribes  Lists (Modification)  Order, 1956.
  4. Subs.  by Act 18 of 1987, s.  19 and First Sch., for “XXI” (w.e.f. 30-5-1987).
  5. Subs by Act 63 of 1956, s.  3 and First Sch., for paragraph 3.
  6. Subs.  by Act 15 of 1990, s.  2, for “or the Sikh”.
  7. Subs.  by Act 108 of 1976, s.  3 and First Sch., for paragraph  4 (w.e.f.  27-7-1977).
  8. Subs. by  Act 28 of  2000 , s.  19 and Third Sch.  (w.e.f.  1.11.2000).
  9.   Subs.by Act 29 of 2000,  s. 24 and Fifth Sch. (w.e.f.  9.11.2000)

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    (Part III.- Rules   and   Orders   under   the   Constitution)

                            1[THE SCHEDULE

                      PART I. – Andhra Pradesh

  1.   Adi Andhra

  1.   Adi Dravida

  1.   Anamuk

  1.   Aray Mala

  1.   Arundhatiya

  1.   Arwa Mala

  1.   Bariki

  1.   Bavuri

  1.   Beda Jangam, Budga jangam

  1.   Bindla

  1.   Byagara

  1.   Chachati

  1.   Chalavadi

  1.   Chamar, Mochi, Muchi

  1.   Chambhar

  1.   Chandala

  1.   Dakkal, Dokkalwar

  1.   Dandasi

  1.   Dhor

  1.      Dom, Dombara, Paidi, Pano

  1.   Ellamalawar, Yellammalawandlu

  1.   Ghasi, Haddi, Relli, Chanchandi

  1.   Godagali

  1.   Godari

  1.   Gosangi

  1.   Holeya

  1.   Holeya Dasari

  1.   Jaggali

  1.   Jambuvulu

  1.   Kolupulvandlu

  1.   Madasi Kuruva, Madari Kuruva

  1.   Madiga

  1.   Madiga Dasu, Mashteen

  1.   Mahar

  1.   Mala

  1.   Mala Dasari

  1.   Mala Dasu

  1.   Mala Hannai

  1.   Malajangam

  1.      Mala Masti

  1.   Mala Sale, Nethani

  1.   Mala Sanyasi

  1.   Mang

  1.   Mang Garodi

  1.   Manne

  1.   Mashti

  1.   Matangi

  1.   Mehtar

  1.   Mitha Ayyalvar

  1.   Mundala

  1.   Paky, Moti, Thoti

  1.   Pambada, Pambanda

  1.   Pamidi

  1.   Panchama, Pariah

  1.   Relli

  1.   Samagara

  1.   Samban

  1.   Sapru

  1.   Sindhollu, Chindollu

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                          Part II. – Assam

  1.   Bansphor

  1.   Bhuinmali, Mali

  1.   Brittial Bania, Bania

  1.   Bhupi, Dhobi

  1.   Dugla,  Dholi

  1.   Hira

  1.   Jalkeot

  1.   Jhalo Malo, Jhalo-Malo

  1.   Kaibartta, Jaliya

  1.   Lalbegi

  1.   Mahara

  1.   Mehtar, Bhangi

  1.   Muchi, Rishi

  1.   Namasudra

  1.   Patni

  1.   Sutradhar.

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1.Subs. by Act 108 of 1976, s. 3 and First Sch. for the former Sch. (w.e.f. 27-7-1977).

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                          Part III. – Bihar

  1.   Bantar

  1.   Bauri

  1.   Bhogta

  1.   Bhuiya

    1[5.  Bhumij

  1.  Chamar, Mochi

  1.   Chaupal

  1.   Dabgar

  1.   Dhobi

  1.   Dom, Dhangad

  1.   Dusadh, Dhari, Dharhi

  1.   Ghasi

  1.   Halalkhor

  1.   Hari, Mehtar, Bhangi

  1.   Kanjar

  1.   Kurariar

  1.   Lalbegi

  1.   Mushar

  1.   Nat

  1.   Pan, Sawasi

  1.   Pasi

  1.   Rajwar

  1.   Turi.
  2. Omitted  by Act 30  of 2000, s. 23 and the Fifth Sch. (w.e.f. 15.11.2000)

                                    Part IV.-Gujarat

  1.   Ager

  1.   Bakad, Bant

  1.   Bawa-Debh, Debh-Sadhu

  1.   Bhambi,  Bhambhi,  Asadaru,  Asodi,Chamadia,  Chamar,  Chambhar,

     Chamgar, Haralayya, Harali, Khalpa, Machigar, Mochigar,  Madar,  Madig,

     Mochi,  Nalia,  Telegu  Mochi,  Kamati Mochi, Ranigar, Rohidas, Rohit,

     Samgar

  1.   Bhangi, Mehtar,  Olgana,  Rukhi,  Malkana,  Halalkhor,  Lalbegi,

     Balmiki, Korar, Zadmalli

  1.   Chalvadi, Channayya

  1.   Chenna Dasar, Holaya Dasar

  1.   Dangashia

  1.   Dhor, Kakkayya, Kankayya

  1.   Garmatang

  1.   Garoda, Garo

  1.   Halleer

  1.   Halsar, Haslar, Hulasvar, Halasvar

  1.   Holar, Valhar

  1.      Holaya, Holer

  1.   Lingader

  1.   Mahar, Taral, Dhegu Megu

  1.   Mahyavanshi, Dhed, Dhedh, Vankar, Maru Vankar, Antyaj

  1.   Mang, Matang, Minimadig

  1.   Mang-Garudi

  1.   Meghval, Meghwal, Menghvar

  1.   Mukri

  1.   Nadia, Hadi

  1.   Pasi

  1.   Senva, Shenva, Chenva, Sedma, Rawat

  1.   Shemalia

  1.   Thori

  1.   Tirgar, Tirbanda

  1.   Turi

  1.   Turi Barot, Dedh Barot.

                                     Part V.- Haryana

  1.   Ad Dharmi

  1.   Balmiki, Chura, Bhangi

  1.   Bangali

  1.   Barar, Burar, Berar

  1.   Batwal

  1.   Bauria, Bawaria

  1.   Bazigar

  1.   Bhanjra

  1.   Chamar, Jatia Chamar, Rehgar, Raigar, Ramdasi, Ravidasi

  1.   Chanal

  1.   Dagi

  1.   Darain

  1.   Deha, Dhaya, Dhea

  1.   Dhanak

  1.   Dhogri, Dhangri, Siggi

  1.   Dumna, Mahasha, Doom

  1.   Gagra

  1.   Gandhila, Gandil Gondola

  1.   Kabirpanthi, Julaha

  1.    Khatik

  1.   Kori, Koli

  1.   Marija, Marecha

  1.   Mazhabi

  1.   Megh

  1.   Nat

  1.   Od

  1.   Pasi

  1.   Perna

  1.   Pherera

  1.   Sanhai

  1.   Sanhal

  1.   Sansi, Bhedkut, Manesh

  1.   Sansoi

  1.   Sapela

  1.   Sarera

  1.   Sikligar

  1.   Sirkiband.

                      Part VI.- Himachal Pradesh

  1.   Ad Dharmi

  1.   Badhi, Nagalu

  1.   Balmiki, Bhangi, Chuhra, Chura, Chuhre

  1.   Bandhela

  1.   Bangali

  1.   Banjara

  1.   Bansi

  1.   Barad

  1.   Barar, Burar, Berar

  1.   Batwal

  1.   Bauria, Bawaria

  1.   Bazigar

  1.   Bhanjra,  Bhanjre

  1.   Chamar,   Jatia  Chamar,  Rehgar,  Raigar,  Ramdasi,  Ravidasi,

          Ramdasia, Mochi

  1.   Chanal

  1.   Chhimbe Dhobi

  1.   Dagi

  1.   Darain

  1.   Darai, Daryai

  1.   Daule, Deole

  1.   Dhaki, Toori

  1.   Dhanak

  1.   Dhaogri, Dhuai

  1.   Dhogri, Dhangri, Siggi

  1.   Doom, Doomna, Dumna, Dumne, Mahasha

  1.   Gagra

  1.   Gandhila, Gandil, Gondola

  1.   Hali

  1.   Hesi

  1.   Jogi

  1.   Julaha, Julahe, Kabirpanthi, Keer

  1.   Kamoh, Dagoli

  1.    Karoack

  1.   Khatik

  1.   Kori, Koli

  1.   Lohar

  1.   Marija, Marecha

  1.   Mazhabi

  1.   Megh

  1.   Nat

  1.   Od

  1.   Pasi

  1.   Perna

  1.   Phrera, Pherera

  1.   Rehar, Rehara

  1.   Sanhai

  1.   Sanhal

  1.   Sansi, Bhedkut, Manesh

  1.   Sansoi

  1.   Sapela

  1.   Sarde, Sarera, Sarare, Siryare, Sarehde

  1.   Sikligar

  1.   Sipi

  1.   Sirkiband

  1.   Teli

  1. Thathiar, Thathera

       1  PART VI A- Jharkhand

  1. Bantar

  1. Baurri

  1. Bhogta

  1. Bhuiya

  1. Chamar,Mochi

  1. Choupal

  1. Dabajar

  1. Dhobi

  1. Dom, Dhangad

  1. Dusadh, Dhari, Dharhi

  1. Ghasi

  1. Halalkhor

  1. Hair, Mehtar, Bhangi

  1. Kanjar

  1. Kuraiar

  1. Lalbegi

  1. Musahar

  1. Nat

  1. Pan, Sawasi

  1. Pasi

  1. Rajwar

  1. Turi.

  1. Ins. Act 30 of 2000, Sec.23 andFifth Sch. (w.e.f. 15.11.2000)

                                    PART VII. – Karnataka

  1.   Adi Andhra

  1.   Adi Dravida

  1.   Adi Karnataka

  1.   Adiya (in Coorg district)

  1.   Ager

  1.   Ajila

  1.   Anamuk

  1.   Aray Mala

  1.   Arunthathiyar

  1.   Arwa Mala

  1.   Baira

  1.   Bakad

  1.   Vant (In Belgaum, Bijapur, Dharwar and North Kanara districts)

  1.   Bakuda

  1.    Balagai

  1.   Bandi

  1.   Banjara, Lambani

  1.   Bathada

  1.   Beda Jangam, Budga Jangam

  1.   Bellara

  1.   Bhangi,  Mehtar,  Olgana,  Rukhi,  Malkana,  Halalkhor,  Lalbegi,

     Balmiki, Korar, Zadmalli

  1.    Bhambi,  Bhambhi,  Asadaru,  Asodi,  Chamadia, Chamar, Chambhar,

     Chamgar, Haralayya,  Harali, Khalpa, Machigar, Mochigar, Madar, Madig,

     Mochi, Muchi, Telegu Mochi, Kamati Mochi, Ranigar, Rohidas, Rohit,Samgar

  1.   Bhovi

  1.   Bindla

  1.    Byagara

  1.   Chakkiliyan

  1.   Chalavadi, Chalvadi, Channayya

  1.   Chandala

  1.   Chenna Dasar, Holaya Dasar

  1.   Dakkal, Dokkalwar

  1.   Dakkaliga

  1.   Dhor, Kakkayya, Kankayya

  1.   Dom, Dombara, Paidi, Pano

  1.   Ellamalwar, Yellammalawandlu

  1.   Ganti Chores

  1.   Garoda, Garo

  1.   Godda

  1.   Gosangi

  1.   Halleer

  1.   Halsar, Haslar, Hulasvar, Halasvar

  1.   Handi Jogis

  1.   Hasla

  1.   Holar, Valhar

  1.   Holaya, Holer, Holeya

  1.   Holeya Dasari

  1.   Jaggali

  1.   Jambuvulu

  1.   Kadaiyan

  1.   Kalladi

  1.   Kepmaris

  1.   Kolupulvandlu

  1.   Koosa

  1.   Koracha

  1.   Korama

  1.   Kotegar, Metri

  1.   Kudumban

  1.   Kuravan

  1.   Lingader

  1.   Machala

  1.   Madari

  1.   Madiga

  1.   Mahar, Taral, Dhegu Megu

  1.   Mahyavanshi, Dhed, Vankar, Maru-maru-vonkar

  1.   Maila

  1.   Mala

  1.   Mala Dasari

  1.   Mala Hannai

  1.   Mala Jangam

  1.   Mala Masti

  1.   Mala Sale, Netkani

  1.   Mala Sanyasi

  1.   Mang,  Matang, Minimadig

  1.   Mang Garudi, Mang Garodi

  1.   Manne

  1.   Masthi

  1.   Mavilan

  1.   Meghwal, Menghvar

  1.   Moge

  1.   Mukri

  1.   Mundala

  1.   Nadia, Hadi

  1.   Nalkadaya

  1.   Nalakeyava

  1.   Nayadi

  1.   Pale

  1.   Pallan

  1.   Pambada

  1.   Panchama

  1.   Panniandi

  1.   Paraiyan, Paraya

  1.   Paravan

  1.   Raneyar

  1.   Samagara

  1.   Samban

  1.   Sapari

  1.   Sillekyathas

  1.   Sindhollu, Chindollu

  1.   Sudugadu Siddha

  1.    Thoti

  1.   Tirgar, Tirbanda

  1.   Valluvan.

                          Part VIII. – Kerala

  1.   Adi Andhra

  1.   Adi Dravida

  1.   Adi Karnataka

  1.   Ajila

  1.   Arunthathiyar

  1.   Ayyanavar

  1.   Baira

  1.   Bakuda

  1.   Bandi

  1.   Bathada

  1.   Bellara

  1.   Bharatar

  1.    Boyan  [excluding  the  areas comprising the Malabar district as

     specified  by  sub-section  (2)  of  section   5   of   the   States

     Reorganisation Act, 1956 (37 of 1956)]

  1.   Chakkiliyan

  1.   Chamar, Muchi

  1.   Chandala

  1.   Cheruman

  1.   Domban

  1.   Gavara

  1.   Godagali

  1.   Godda

  1.   Gosangi

  1.   Hasla

  1.   Holeya

  1.   Kadaiyan

  1.   Kakkalan

  1.   Kalladi

  1.   Kanakkan, Padanna

  1.   Karimpalan

  1.   Kavara

  1.   Koosa

  1.   Kootan, Koodan

  1.   Kudumban

  1.   Kuravan, Sidhanar

  1.   Maila

  1.    Malayan [in  the  areas  comprising  the  Malabar  district  as

     specified by sub-section (2) of section 5 of the States  Reorganisation

     Act, 1956 (37 of 1956)]

  1.   Mannan

  1.   Mavilan

  1.   Moger

  1.   Mundala

  1.   Nalakeyava

  1.   Nakadaya

  1.   Nayadi

  1.   Padannan

  1.   Pallan

  1.   Palluvan

  1.   Pambada

  1.   Panan

  1.   Panchama

  1.   Paraiyan, Parayan, Sambavar

  1.   Paravan

  1.   Pathiyan

  1.   Perumannan

  1.   Pulayan, Cheramar

  1.   Pulaya Vettuvan

  1.   Puthirai Vannan

  1.   Raneva

  1.   Samagara

  1.   Samban

  1.   Semman

  1.   Thandan

  1.   Thoti

  1.   Vallon

  1.   Valluvan

  1.   Vannan

  1.   Velan

  1.   Vetan

  1.   Vettuvan.

                      Part IX. – Madhya Pradesh

  1.   Audhelia

  1.   Bagri, Bagdi

  1.   Bahna, Bahana

  1.   Balahi, Balai

  1.   Banchada

  1.   Barahar, Basod

  1.   Bargunda

  1.      Basor, Burud, Bansor, Bansodi, Bansphor, Basar

  1.   Bedia

  1.   Beldar, Sunkar

  1.   Bhangi, Mehtar, Balmiki, Lalbegi, Dharkar

  1.   Bhanumati

  1.   Chadar

  1.    Chamar,  Chamari,  Bairwa,  Bhambhi,  Jatav, Mochi, Regar, Nona,

     Rohidas,  Ramnami,  Satnami,  Surjyabanshi,  Surjyaramnami,   Ahirwar,

     Chamar, Mangan, Raidas

  1.   Chidar

  1.   Chikwa, Chikvi

  1.   Chitar

  1.   Dahait, Dahayat, Dahat

  1.   Dewar

  1.   Dhanuh

  1.   Dhed, Dher

  1.   Dhobi (in Bhopal, Raisen and Sehore distirct)

  1.   Dohor

  1.   Dom, Dumar, Dome, Domar, Doris

  1.   Ganda, Gandi

  1.   Ghasi, Ghasia

  1.   Holiya

  1.   Kanjar

  1.   Katia, Patharia

  1.   Khatik

  1.   Koli, Kori

  1.    Kotwal  (in  Bhind,  Dhar, Dewas, Guna, Gwalior, Indore, Jhabua,

     Khargone, Mandsaur, Morena, Rajgarh, Ratlam, Shajapur, Shivpuri,

     Ujjain  and  Vidisha districts)

  1.   Khangar, Kanera, Mirdha

  1.   Kuchbandhia

  1.    Kumar (in Chhatarpur, Datia, Panna, Rewa, Satna, Shahdol, Sidhi

     and Tikamgarh districts)

  1.   Mahar, Mehra, Mehar

  1.   Mang, Mang Garodi, Mang  Garudi,  Dankhani  Mang,  Mang  Mahasi,

     Madari, Garudi, Radhe Mang

  1.    Meghwal

  1.   Moghia

  1.   Muskhan

  1.   Nat, Kalbelia, Sapera, Navdigar, Kubutar

  1.    Pardhi  (in  Bhind,  Dhar, Dewas, Guna, Gwalior, Indore, Jhabua,

     Khargone, Mandsaur, Morena, Rajgarh, Ratlam, Shajapur, Shivpuri,

     Ujjain  and  Vidisha distircts)

  1.   Pasi

  1.   Rujjhar

  1.   Sansi, Sansia

  1.   Silawat

  1.   Zamral

                                     PART X.-Maharashtra

  1.   Ager

  1.   Anamuk

  1.   Aray Mala

  1.   Arwa Mala

  1.   Bahna, Bahana

  1.   Bakad, Bant

  1.   Balahi, Balai

  1.   Basor, Burud, Bansor, Bansodi

  1.   Beda Jangam, Budga Jangam

  1.   Bedar

  1.    Bhambi,  Bhambhi,  Asadaru,  Asodi,  Chamadia,  Chamar, Chamari,

     Chambhar, Chamgar, Haralayya, Harali,  Khalpa,  Machigar, Mochigar,

     Madar,  Madig, Mochi, Telegu Mochi, Kamati  Mochi,  Ranigar, Rohidas,

     Nona, Ramnami, Rohit, Samgar, Samagara, Satnami, Surjyabanshi,

     Surjyaramnami.

  1.   Bhangi,  Mehtar,  Olgana,  Rukhi,  Malkana,  Halalkhor,  Lalbegi,

     Balmiki, Korar, Zadmalli

  1.   Bindla

  1.   Byagara

  1.   Chalvadi, Channayya

  1.   Chenna Dasar, Holaya Dasar, Holeya Dasari

  1.   Dakkal, Dokkalwar

  1.   Dhor, Kakkayya, Kankayya, Dohor

  1.   Dom, Dumar

  1.   Ellamalvar, Yellammalawandlu

  1.   Ganda, Gandi

  1.   Garoda, Garo

  1.   Ghasi, Ghasia

  1.   Halleer

  1.   Halsar, Haslar, Hulasvar, Halasvar

  1.   Holar, Valhar

  1.   Holaya, Holer, Holeya, Holiya

  1.    Kaikadi  (in  Akola, Amravati, Bhandara, Buldana, Nagpur, Wardha

     and  Yavatmal  districts  and Chandrapur district, other  than  Rajura

     tahsil)

  1.   Katia, Patharia

  1.   Khangar, Kanera, Mirdha

  1.   Khatik, Chikwa, Chikvi

  1.   Kolupulvandlu

  1.   Kori

  1.   Lingader

  1.   Madgi

  1.   Madiga

  1.   Mahar, Mehra, Taral, Dhegu Megu

  1.   Mahyavanshi, Dhed, Vankar, Maru Vankar

  1.   Mala

  1.   Mala Dasari

  1.   Mala Hannai

  1.   Mala Jangam

  1.   Mala Masti

  1.   Mala Sale, Netkani

  1.   Mala Sanyasi

  1.   Mang, Matang, Minimadig,  Dankhni  Mang,  Mang  Mahashi,  Madari,

     Garudi, Radhe Mang

  1.   Mang Garodi, Mang Garudi

  1.   Manne

  1.   Mashti

  1.   Meghval, Menghvar

  1.   Mitha Ayyalvar

  1.   Mukri

  1.   Nadia, Hadi

  1.   Pasi

  1.   Sansi

  1.   Shenva, Chenva, Sedma, Ravat

  1.   Sindhollu, Chindollu

  1.   Tirgar, Tirbanda

  1.   Turi.

                                       Part XI.-Manipur

  1.   Dhupi, Dhobi

  1.   Lois

  1.   Muchi, Ravidas

  1.   Namasudra

  1.   Patni

  1.   Sutradhar

  1.   Yaithibi.

                         Part XII.- Meghalaya

  1.   Bansphor

  1.   Bhuinmali, Mali

  1.   Brittial Bania, Bania

  1.   Dhupi, Dhobi

  1.   Dugla, Dholi

  1.   Hira

  1.   Jalkeot

  1.   Jhalo, Malo, Jhalo-Malo

  1.   Kaibartta, Jaliya

  1.   Lalbegi

  1.   Mahara

  1.   Mehtar, Bhangi

  1.   Muchi, Rishi

  1.   Namasudra

  1.   Patni

  1.   Sutradhar.

                           Part XII.-Orissa

  1.   Adi Andhra

  1.   Amant, Amat

  1.   Audhelia

  1.   Badaik

  1.   Bagheti, Baghuti

  1.   Bajikar

  1.   Bari

  1.   Bariki

  1.   Basor, Burud

  1.   Bauari

  1.   Bauti

  1.   Bavuri

  1.   Bedia, Bejia

  1.   Beldar

  1.   Bhata

  1.   Bhoi

  1.   Chachati

  1.   Chakali

  1.   Chamar, Mochi, Muchi, Satnami

  1.   Chandala

  1.   Chandhai Maru

  1.   Cherua, Chhelia

  1.   Dandasi

  1.   Dewar

  1.   Dhanwar

  1.   Dhoba, Dhobi

  1.   Dom, Dombo, Duria Dom

  1.   Dosadha

  1.   Ganda

  1.   Ghantarghada, Ghantra

  1.   Ghasi, Ghasia

  1.   Ghogia

  1.   Ghusuria

  1.   Godagali

  1.   Godari

  1.   Godra

  1.   Gokha

  1.   Gorait, Korait

  1.   Haddi, Hadi, Hari

  1.   Irika

  1.   Jaggali

  1.   Kandra, Kandara

  1.   Karua

  1.   Katia

  1.   Kela

  1.   Khadala

  1.   Kodalo, Khodalo

  1.   Kori

  1.   Kummari

  1.   Kurunga

  1.   Laban

  1.   Laheri

  1.   Madari

  1.   Madiga

  1.   Mahuria

  1.   Mala, Jhala, Malo, Zala

  1.   Mang

  1.   Mangan

  1.   Mehra, Mahar

  1.   Mehtar, Bhangi

  1.   Mewar

  1.   Mundapotta

  1.   Musahar

  1.   Nagarchi

  1.   Namasudra

  1.    Paidi

  1.   Painda

  1.   Pamidi

  1.   Pan, Pano

  1.   Panchama

  1.   Panika

  1.   Panka

  1.   Pantanti

  1.   Pap

  1.   Pasi

  1.   Patial, Patikar, Patratanti, Patua

  1.   Rajna

  1.   Relli

  1.   Sabakhia

  1.   Samasi

  1.   Sanei

  1.   Sapari

  1.   Sauntia, Santia

  1.   Sidhria

  1.   Sinduria

  1.   Siyal

  1.   Tamadia

  1.   Tamudia

  1.   Tanla

  1.   Tiar, Tior

  1.   Turi

  1.   Ujia

  1.   Valamiki, Valmiki.

                          PART XIV.-Punjab

  1.   Ad Dharmi

  1.   Balmiki, Chura, Bhangi

  1.   Bangali

  1.   Barar, Burar, Berar

  1.   Batwal

  1.   Bauria, Bawaria

  1.   Bazigar

  1.   Bhanjra

  1.   Chamar, Jatia Chamar, Rehgar, Raigar, Ramdasi, Ravidasi

  1.   Chanal

  1.   Dagi

  1.   Darain

  1.   Deha, Dhaya, Dhea

  1.   Dhanak

  1.   Dhogri, Dhangri, Siggi

  1.   Dumna, Mahasha, Doom

  1.   Gagra

  1.   Gandhila, Gandil, Gondola

  1.   Kabirpanthi, Julaha

  1.   Khatik

  1.   Kori, Koli

  1.   Marija, Marecha

  1.   Mazhabi

  1.   Megh

  1.   Nat

  1.   Od

  1.   Pasi

  1.   Perna

  1.   Pherera

  1.    Sanhai

  1.   Sanhal

  1.   Sansi, Bhedkut, Manesh

  1.   Sansoi

  1.   Sapela

  1.   Sarera

  1.   Sikligar

  1.   Sirkiband.

                         PART XV.-Rajasthan

  1.   Adi Dharmi

  1.   Aheri

  1.   Badi

  1.   Bagri, Bagdi

  1.   Bairwa, Berwa

  1.   Bajgar

  1.   Balai

  1.   Bansphor, Bansphod

  1.   Baori

  1.   Bargi, Vargi, Birgi

  1.   Bawaria

  1.   Bedia, Beria

  1.   Bhand

  1.     Bhangi,  Chura,  Mehtar,  Olgana,  Rukhi,  Malkana,  Halalkhor,

     Lalbegi, Balmiki, Valmiki, Korar, Zadmalli

  1.   Bidakia

  1.   Bola

  1.   Chamar, Bhambhi, Bambhi, Bhambi,  Jatia,  Jatav,  Jatava,  Mochi,

     Raidas, Rohidas, Regar, Raigar,  Ramdasia,  Asadaru, Asodi, Chamadia,

     Chambhar, Chamgar,  Haralayya,  Harali,  Khalpa,  Machigai,  Mochigar,

     Majar, Madig, Telugu  Mochi,   Kamati Mochi,  Ranigar,  Rohit,  Samgar

  1.   Chandal

  1.   Dabgar

  1.   Dhanak, Dhanuk

  1.   Dhankia

  1.   Dhobi

  1.   Dholi

  1.   Dome, Dom

  1.   Gandia

  1.   Garancha, Gancha

  1.   Garo, Garura, Gurda, Garoda

  1.   Gavaria

  1.   Godhi

  1.   Jingar

  1.   Kalbelia, Sapera

  1.   Kamad, Kamadia

  1.   Kanjar, Kunjar

  1.   Kapadia Sansi

  1.   Khangar

  1.   Khatik

  1.   Koli, Kori

  1.   Kooch Band, Kuchband

  1.   Koria

     40   Madari, Bazigar

  1.   Mahar, Taral, Dhegumegu

  1.   Mahyavanshi, Dhed, Dheda, Vankar, Maru Vankar

  1.   Majhabi

  1.   Mang, Matang, Minimadig

  1.   Mang Garodi, Mang Garudi

  1.   Megh, Meghval, Meghwal, Menghvar

  1.   Mehar

     48   Nat, Nut

  1.   Pasi

  1.   Rawal

  1.   Salvi

  1.   Sansi

  1.    Santia, Satia

  1.   Sarbhangi

  1.   Sargara

  1.   Singiwala

  1.   Thori, Nayak

  1.   Tirgar, Tirbanda

  1.   Turi.

                         PART XVI.-Tamil Nadu

  1.   Adi Andhra

  1.   Adi Dravida

  1.   Adi Karnataka

  1.   Ajila

  1.   Arunthathiyar

  1.    Ayyanavar (in Kanyakumari district and Shenkottah taluk of

          Tirunelveli district)

  1.   Baira

  1.   Bakuda

  1.   Bandi

  1. Bellara

  1. Bharatar  (in  Kanyakumari  district  and  Shenkottah  taluk  of

     Tirunelveli district)

  1. Chakkiliyan

  1. Chalavadi

  1.   Chamar, Muchi

  1.   Chandala

  1.   Cheruman

  1.   Devendrakulathan

  1.   Dom, Dombara, Paidi, Pano

  1.   Domban

  1.      Godagali

  1.   Godda

  1.   Gosangi

  1.   Holeya

  1.   Jaggali

  1.   Jambuvulu

  1.   Kadaiyan

  1.    Kakkalan  (in  Kanyakumari  district  and  Shenkottah  taluk  of

     Tirunelveli district)

  1.   Kalladi

  1.    Kanakkan, Padanna (in the Nilgiris district)

  1.   Karimpalan

  1.    Kavara  (in  Kanyakumari  district  and  Shenkottah   taluk   of

     Tirunelveli district)

  1.   Koliyan

  1.   Koosa

  1.    Kootan,  Koodan (in Kanyakumari distict and Shenkottah taluk of

     Tirunelveli district)

  1.   Kudumban

  1.   Kuravan, Sidhanar

  1.   Madari

  1.   Madiga

  1.   Maila

  1.   Mala

  1.    Mannan  (in  Kanyakumari  district  and  Shenkottah   taluk   of

     Tirunelveli district)

  1.   Mavilan

  1.   Moger

  1.   Mundala

  1.   Nalakeyava

  1.   Nayadi

  1.    Padannan  (in  Kanyakumari  district  and  Shenkottah  taluk  of

     Tirunelveli district)

  1.   Pagadai

  1.   Pallan

  1.   Palluvan

  1.   Pambada

  1.    Panan  (in  Kanyakumari  district  and  Shenkottah  taluk   of

     Tirunelveli district)

  1.   Panchama

  1.   Pannadi

  1.   Panniandi

  1.   Paraiyan, Parayan, Sambavar

  1.   Paravan  (in  Kanyakumari  district  and  Shenkottah  taluk  of

     Tirunelveli district)

  1.     Pathiyan  (in  Kanyakumari  district  and Shenkottah taluk  of

     Tirunelveli district)

  1.   Pulayan, Cheramar

  1.   Puthirai Vannan

  1.    Raneyar

  1.   Samagara

  1.   Samban

  1.   Sapari

  1.   Semman

  1.   Thandan (in Kanyakumari district and Shenkottah taluk  of

     Tirunelveli district)

  1. Thoti

  1. Tiruvalluvar

  1. Vallon

  1. Valluvan

  1. Vannan (in Kanyakumari district and Shenkottah taluk  of

     Tirunelveli district)

  1. Vathiriyan

  1. Velan

  1. Vetan (in Kanyakumari district and Shenkottah taluk  of

     Tirunelveli  district)

  1. Vettiyan

  1. Vettuvan (in Kanyakumari district and Shenkottah taluk

     of Tirunelveli district)

                                      PART XVII.-Tripura

  1.   Bagdi

  1.   Bhuimali

  1.   Bhunar

  1.   Chamar, Muchi

  1.   Dandasi

  1.   Dhenuar

  1.   Dhoba

  1.   Dum

  1.   Ghasi

  1.   Gour

  1.   Gur

  1.   Jalia Kaibarta

  1.   Kahar

  1.   Kalindi

  1.   Kan

  1.   Kanda

  1.   Kanugh

  1.   Keot

  1.   Khadit

  1.   Kharia

  1.   Koch

  1.   Koir

  1.   Kol

  1.   Kora

  1.   Kotal

  1.   Mahisyadas

  1.   Mali

  1.   Mehtor

  1.   Musahar

  1.   Namasudra

  1.   Patni

  1.   Sabar.

                      PART XVIII.-Uttar Pradesh

  1. Agariya

  1. Badhik

  1. Badi

  1. Baheliya

  1. Baiga

  1. Baiswar

  1. Bajaniya

  1. Bajgi

  1. Balahar

  1. Balai

  1. Balmiki

  1. Bangali

  1. Banmanus

  1. Bansphor

  1. Barwar

  1. Basor

  1. Bawariya

  1. Beldar

  1. Beriya

  1. Bhantu

  1. Bhuiya

  1. Bhuyiar

  1. Boria

  1. Chamar, Dhusia, Jhusia, Jatava

  1. Chero

  1. Dabgar

  1. Dhangar

  1. Dhanuk

  1. Dharkar

  1.   Dhobi

  1. Dom

  1. Domar

  1. Dusadh

  1. Gharami

  1. Ghasiya

  1. Gond

  1. Gual

  1. Habura

  1. Hari

  1. Hela

  1. Kalabaz

  1. Kanjar

  1. Kapariya

  1. Karwal

  1. Khairaha

  1. Kharwar(excluding Benbansi)

  1. Khatik

  1. Khorot

  1. Kol

  1. Kori

  1. Korwa

  1. Lalbegi

  1. Majhwar

  1. Mazhabi

  1. Musahar

  1. Nat

  1. Pankha

  1. Parahiya

  1. Pasi,Tarmali

  1. Patari

  1. Rawat

  1. Saharya

  1. Sanaurhiya

  1. Sansiya

  1. Shilpkar

  1. Turaiha.

                        PART XIX.-West Bengal

  1.   Bagdi, Duley

  1.   Bahelia

  1.   Baiti

  1.   Bantar

  1.   Bauri

  1.   Beldar

  1.   Bhogta

  1.   Bhuimali

  1.   Bhuiya

  1.   Bind

  1.   Chamar, Charmakar, Mochi, Muchi, Rabidas, Ruidas, Rishi

  1.   Chaupal

  1.   Dabgar

  1.   Damai (Nepali)

  1.   Dhoba, Dhobi

  1.   Doai

  1.   Dom, Dhangad

  1.   Dosadh, Dusadh, Dhari, Dharhi

  1.   Ghasi

  1.   Gonrhi

  1.   Halalkhor

  1.   Hari, Mehtar, Mehtor, Bhangi

  1.   Jalia Kaibartta

  1.   Jhalo Malo, Malo

  1.   Kadar

  1.   Kami (Nepali)

  1.   Kandra

  1.   Kanjar

  1.   Kaora

  1.   Karenga, Koranga

  1.   Kaur

  1.   Keot, Keyot

  1.   Khaira

  1.   Khatik

  1.   Koch

  1.   Konai

  1.   Konwar

  1.   Kotal

  1.   Kurariar

  1.   Lalbegi

  1.   Lohar

  1.   Mahar

  1.   Mal

  1.   Mallah

  1.   Musahar

  1.   Namasudra

  1.   Nat

  1.   Nuniya

  1.   Paliya

  1.   Pan, Sawasi

  1.   Pasi

  1.   Patni

  1.   Pod, Poundra

  1.   Rajbanshi

  1.   Rajwar

  1.   Sarki (Nepali)

  1.   Sunri (excluding Saha)

  1.   Tiyar

  1.   Turi.

                                      1[PART XX.-Mizoram

  1.   Bansphor

  1.   Bhuinmali or Mali

  1.     Brittial-Bania or Bania

  1.   Dhupi or Dhobi

  1.   Dugla or Dholi

  1.   Hira

  1.   Jalkeot

  1.   Jhalo, Malo or Jhalo-Malo

  1.   Kaibartta or Jaliya

  1.   Lalbegi

  1.   Mahara

  1.   Mehtar or Bhangi

  1.   Muchi or Rishi

  1.   Namasudra

  1.   Patni

  1.   Sutradhar.]

                    2[PART XXI.-Arunachal Pradesh

  1.   Bansphor

  1.   Bhuimali or Mali

  1.   Brittial-Bania or Bania

  1.   Dhupi or Dhobi

  1.   Dugla or Dholi

  1.   Hira

  1.   Jalkeot

  1.   Jhalo, Malo or Jhalo-Malo

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  1. Ins. by Act 34 of 1986, s. 13 and  the  First  Sch.  (w.e.f.         20-2-1987).

  1. Ins. by Act 69 of 1986, s. 16 and  the  First  Sch.  (w.e.f.         20-2-1987).

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  1.   Kaibartta or Jaliya

  1.   Lalbegi

  1.   Mahara

  1.   Mehtar or Bhangi

  1.   Muchi or Rishi

  1.   Namasudra

  1.   Patni

  1.   Sutradhar.]

                         1[PART XXII.-Goa

  1.   Bhangi (Hadi)

  1.   Chambhar

  1.   Mahar

  1.   Mahyavanshi (Vankar)

  1.   Mang.]

2[PART XXIII – Chhattisgarh

  1. Audhelia

  1. Bagri, Bagdi

  1. Bahna, Bahana

  1. Balahi, Balai

  1. Banchada

  1. Barahar, Basod

  1. Bargunda

  1. Basor, Burud, Bansor, Bansodi, Bansphor, Basar.

  1. Bedia

  1. Beldar, Sunkar

  1. Bhangi,Mehtar, Balmiki, Lalbegi, Dharkar

  1. Bhanumati

  1. Chadar

  1. Chamar, Chamari, Bairwa, Bhambhi, Jatav, Mochi, Regar, Nona, Rohidas, Ramnami, Satnami, Surjyabanshi, Surjyaramnami, Ahirwar, Chamar, Mangan, Raidas.

  1. Chidar

  1. Chikwa, Chikvi

  1. Chitar

  1. Dahait, Dahayat, Dahat

  1. Dewar

  1. Dhanuk

  1. Dhed, Dher

  1. Dohor

  1. Dom, Dumar, Dome, Domar, Doris

  1. Ganda, Gandi

  1. Ghasi, Ghasia

  1. Holiya

  1. Kanjar

  1. Katia, Patharia

  1. Khatik

  1. Koli, Kori

  1. Khangar, Kanera, Mirdha

  1. Kuchbandhia

  1. Mahar, Mehra, Mehar

  1. Mang, Mang Garodi, Mang Garudi, Dankhani Mang, Mang Mahasi, Madari, Garudi, Radhe Mang.

  1. Meghwal

  1. Moghia

  1. Muskhan

  1. Nat, Kalbelia, Sapera, Navdigar, Kubutar

  1. Pasi

  1. Rujjhar

  1. Sansi, Sansia

  1. Silawat

  1. Zamral.

3[PART XXIV – Uttaranchal

  1. Agariya

  1. Badhik

  1. Badi

  1. Baheliya

  1. Baiga

  1. Baiswar

  1. Bajaniya

  1. Bajgi

  1. Balhar

  1. Balai

  1. Balmiki

  1. Bangali

  1. Banmanus

  1. Bansphor

  1. Barwar

  1. Basor

  1. Bawariya

  1. Beldar

  1. Beriya

  1. Bhantu

  1. Bhuiya

  1. Bhuyiar

  1. Boria

  1. Chamar, Dhusia, Jhusia, Jatava

  1. Chero

  1. Dabgar

  1. Dhangar

  1. Dhanuk

  1. Dharkar

  1. Dhobi

  1. Dom

  1. Domar

  1. Dusadh

  1. Dharmi

  1. Dhariya

  1. Gond

  1. Gwal

  1. Habura

  1. Hari

  1. Hela

  1. Kalabaz

  1. Kanjar

  1. Kapariya

  1. Karwal

  1. Kharaita

  1. Kharwar (excluding Vanwasi)

  1. Khatik

  1. Kharot

  1. Kol

  1. Kori

  1. Korwa

  1. Lalbegi

  1. Majhwar

  1. Mazhabi

  1. Musahar

  1. Nat

  1. Pankha

  1. Parahiya

  1. Pasi, Tarmali

  1. Patari

  1. Sahariya

  1. Sanaurhiya

  1. Sansiya

  1. Shilpkar

  1. Turaiha.

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  1.   Ins.  by Act 18 of 1987,  s. 19  and the First  Sch.

     (w.e.f.  30-5-1987).

  1. Ins.by Act 28 of 2000, Sec.19 and the Third Sch. (we.f.  1.11.2000)

  1. Ins. by Act 29 of 2000, Sec. 24 andthe Fifth Sch. (w.e.f. 9.11.2000)

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