Department Activites

POPULATION

The population scenario as per the last 5 census operations is shown as below:-

Sl. No.

Census year

Total population

SC population

Percentage (%) of SC population

1

1971

15,56,342

1,92,860

12.39%

2

1981

20,53,053

3,10,384

15.11%

3

1991

27,57,205

4,51,116

16.36%

4

2001

31,99,203

5,55,724

17.37%

5

2011

36,73,917

6,54,918

17.80%

LITERACY RATE OF SC :

According to census report, the literacy rate among the Scheduled Castes is on the rise. The overall literacy rate of the State in 2011 was 73.20 (%) per cent while SC literacy rate in the corresponding period was 87.20(%) per cent which is a very positive indication in respect of development of SCs. The chart given below reflects the position in this regard.

Category

Position of 1991 (%)

Position of 2011 (%)

State

S.C.

State

S.C.

Total

60.44

56.66

73.20

87.20

Male

60.20

67.25

81.00

91.50

Female

39.79

45.45

64.90

82.70

DEVELOPMENT OF THE SCs

                 The State Government is committed to the overall development of the Scheduled Castes. Keeping that in view, 404 villages have been identified across the State as SC dominated Scheduled Castes Sub-Plan (SCSP) areas, of which 236 villages are having SC population in the range of 20 per cent to 40 per cent and 168 villages are having SC population of above 40 per cent. For overall development of the SCSP area, 17 per cent of plan fund is spent annually into those areas. This fund is utilized for development of SCs in different sectors like Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal Resource, Fisheries, Health, Education, Drinking Water, Road Communication, Electrifications and Irrigation etc.

Besides, the Scheduled Castes Welfare Department also implements some schemes directly for Educational and Economic development of SCs. The details are given in seriatim below:-

(A)       EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Education is a pre-requisite for development of the common masses and as such the State Government is attaching topmost priority to the educational development of the Scheduled Castes. The important schemes in this sector are as follows:-

STIPEND/SCHOLARSHIP:

  1. Boarding house stipend: This stipend is provided for 322 days in a year. The SC boys & girls who reside in the Boarding Houses get boarding house stipend @ Rs. 55/- per day per student as per revised rate w.e.f. 01-04-2017. Students (hostellers) also get cleaning allowance @ Rs. 1/- per day per student. Presently the Department provides stipend in 52 Hostels of which 32 hostels are exclusively meant for SC Boys and Girls only and 17 Boy's hostels where both SC & ST resides and remaining 3 girl's hostel for SC & ST combined.

2. Pre-Matric Scholarship: SC students of class VI to VIII get this scholarship

     @ Rs. 40/- per month per student for a period of 10 months in a year.

      During 2017-18, a total of 21,675 SC students have benefitted from this

      Scheme.

  1. VARIOUS COACHING PROGRAMME :

i) Special coaching in core subject to SC students:  Special coaching in core subjects viz, English, Math & Science is provided to the students residing in hostels for their up gradation of knowledge. Under this scheme, SC students of class VI to XII are given the benefit of this coaching. A total of 28 (Twenty eight) SC hostels have been covered during 2017-18 with an inmate of 974 SC students.  During 2016-17, the Deptt. had enhanced the rate of honorarium of private tutors @ Rs. 4000/- per tutor effectively from the month of 1st April, 2016.

ii) Pre recruitment coaching:

Pre-recruitment coaching is being provided to eligible candidates at Agartala for appearing in IAS/IPS/TCS/TPS/ JEE etc. competitive examinations.

Sl. No.

 Year

Sponsored  pre recruitment coaching (IAS/IPS,TCS/TPS, Banking Service and other allied services and Joint Entrance Examination)

Total

01

2013-14

 IAS/IPS-35,TCS/TPS-26

Others-Nil

61 Nos.

02

2014-15

IAS/IPS-35,TCS/TPS-69

Others(J.E.E)-62

166 Nos.

03

2015-16

TCS/TPS-67

Others(J.E.E)-26

93 Nos.

 

  1. a) GNM Training:

The SC Welfare Department sponsor SC students both within State and outside the State for undergoing B.Sc nursing, GNM courses since few years.  Number of successful SC students have passed out from different Institutions mainly from Bangalore and Hyderabad and presently employed in different organizations.

Year

Professional Courses sponsored

 

 No. of SC students benefitted

2013-14

(GNM,B.Sc(N), Paramedical courses

 

Boys-42, Girls-77, Total-119.

2014-15

(GNM,B.Sc(N), Paramedical courses

Boys-44, Girls-123, Total-167.

2015-16

(GNM,B.Sc(N), Paramedical courses

Boys-37, Girls-141, Total-178.

b) Training in D-Pharma Course:  The SC Welfare Department had sponsored SC students outside the State for undergoing D-Pharma course in 2012-13.

5. The Department is implementing the following Centrally Sponsored Scheme: 

  1. Pre-Matric Scholarship to the children of those parents engaged in unclean occupation and prone to health hazard.

This is a Centrally Sponsored scheme with 100% funding from the Govt.of India. The object of this Scheme is to provide financial assistance to children whose parents/guardians belongs to one of the following categories to pursue Pre- Matric education:

  1. Persons who are either presently engaged in manual scavenging or were so engaged up to 1.1.1997 or the date on which  “ The Employment of manual scavengers and construction of Dry latrines(Prohibition) Act 1993” came into force in the State, whichever is earlier,
  2. Tanners and
  3. Flayers
  4. Waste picking/collecting

 The students of classes III to X who reside in the hostel get scholarship @ Rs. 700/-per month per student for a period of 10 months in a year. Besides, the students will also get Ad-hoc grant @ Rs.1000/-each per annum.Moreover, the students of classes I to X who does not resides in hostel get day scholarship @ Rs. 110/-per month per student for a period of 10 months in an academic year. They also get Ad-hoc grant @ Rs.750/-per month per student. During the year 2017-18, 1895 SC students were benefited under this scheme.

II Pre-Matric scholarship to SC students of class IX & X

This is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme with 100% funding from Government of India. The SCstudents of classes IX & X are getting Pre-Matric scholarship as per newly introduced Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS) of Government of India w.e.f. 01-07-2012 and whose parental annual income is up to Rs.2.50 lakhs. Proposal has been sent to MSJE, GOI for sanction of fund amounting to Rs.474.69 lakhs for 15,823 SC students for the year 2017-18. Communications have also been made to MSJE, Govt. of India for release of backlog fund amounting Rs.314.61 lakh for the year 2015-16 and 2016-17 under pre-matric scholarship for 13,986 SC students.

             Pre-Matric Scholarship is given to the students for a period of 10 months in a year. As per the Scheme, Day Scholar get @ Rs. 225.00x10=Rs.2,250.00 add Rs.750.00 ad-hoc grant+ Book grant. In case of Hosteller a student get @ Rs.525.00 x10 =Rs.5250.00 and add Rs.1000.00 as ad-hoc grant +Book grant.    During last 3(three) years i.e. 2013-14 to 2016-17, the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, GOI has directly made payment to SC students into their Bank Accounts through Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) mode. The SC Welfare Department collects the beneficiary data through District Education Office and sends the same to the MSJE, GOI through CPSMS (Central Plan Scheme Monitoring System) Portal.

III. Post Matric Scholarship to SC students

This is a Centrally Sponsored scheme. The students pursuing studies at different levels from classes XI to College/University are being provided scholarship for MBBS / Engineering / Agri B.Sc/BHMS/BVSc etc courses. Families of SC students having annual income up to Rs.  2.50 lakhs are covered under this Scheme.  During the year 2017-18, 16,678 applications of SC students have been uploaded online to the National Scholarship Portal (NSP-2.0) and out of which, 15,669 applications have been verified by the Department.                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                                           (Rs in lakh)  

    SL.No

     Year

Proposal sent to MSJE, GOI

Fund received from GOI

Expenditure

Payment made till date

  1.  

2017-18

1991.84 lakhs

1991.84 lakhs

923.40 lakhs

10,544 students

 

The scholarship is given for a period of 10 months and the rate prescribed by GOI is given below:-

Course

Rate

Hosteller (per month)

Day Scholar (per month)

MBBS/Engineering/Agri BSc/BHMs/BVSc etc.

Rs. 1200/-

Rs. 550/-

Post graduate level in General courses

Rs. 820/-

Rs. 530/-

Graduate level in different General course

Rs. 570/-

Rs. 300/-

Class XI & XII

Rs. 380/-

Rs. 230/-

IV.  Up-gradation of Merit of SC students

This scheme is being implemented in 2 (two) schools from the year 2010-11 for arranging special coaching to the  meritorious SC students studying in Class IX to XII.

SL.No

    Year

Proposal sent to MSJE, GOI

Fund received from GOI

Expenditure

No. of students to be covered

  1.  

2017-18

26.00 lakhs

(including arrear Rs.13.00 lakhs for the year 2015-16)

         Nil

      Nil

52 students

               The main objective of the scheme is to upgrade the merit of Scheduled Castes students by providing them with facilities for all round development through education in residential /non residential schools. There will be no bar for any students to avail coaching for both the purposes (viz. remedial and special) This scheme is being implemented in 2(two) schools during 2017-18 namely U.K.Accademy & Dr.B.R.Ambedkar English Model School, Anandanagar.

V. Construction of SC girls’ hostel under Babu Jagjivan Ram Chhatrawas Yojana Scheme:  

             This is a 100% Centrally funded Scheme. Under this Scheme, MSJE Govt. of India sanction fund @ of Rs.3.50 lakh per student for construction and for providing better educational facilities to the SC girls. The Department had sent a proposal for construction of 5 hostels (3 Nos 100 seated & 2Nos 50 seated), to the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment (MSJE), Government of India for providing fund during 2017-18. The MSJE, GOI has sanctioned Central Assistance of Rs. 5.25 Crores for 2(two) SC girls hostels out of which fund of Rs. 1.00 Crore has been released by the Government of India as part payment under BJRCY Scheme. Rest of the sanctioned amount will be released on submission of utilization certificate of the released fund.

 V. AWARDS:

i.  Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Memorial Award :

            This is a State Plan scheme. The students belonging to SC category from class VI to IX and Madhyamik & H.S. (+2 stages) obtaining marks 60% or above inannual /final examination is conferred the award of Dr.B.R.Ambedkar Merit Award as per following rate of award.The figures shown attribute to 2017-18.

Sl.

No

Category

Rate of Award per Student

No. of students awarded during 2017-18

Total no. of students awarded during 2017-18 (up to Feb,2018)

1

Class-VI to VIII

Rs. 400/-

4,713 students

 

         6,422 Nos.

2

Class-IX

Rs.700/-

763 students

3

Madhyamik

Rs.1500/-

693 students

4

H.S.(+2 stage)

Rs. 1500/-

253 students

 

ii. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Gold Medal Award :

SC students who secure position from 1st to 10th at State level in the Madhyamik/ H.S. (+2) Stage final examination of Tripura Board of Secondary Education are given Gold Medal as a recognition of their good performance.

iii. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Socio-Cultural Award:

One eminent personality belonging to SC community and who has contributed to the development of Scheduled Castes in Socio-Cultural field, literature, folk song etc. is honored with this outstanding award bearing a cash of Rs. 15,000/- in every year.

iv. Adwaita Malla Barman Smriti Award & Smarak Samman:

This Award was launched in the year 1997 to honour distinguished personalities. The Adwaita Malla Burman Smriti Award caries a value of the award is Rs. 10,000/-.Besides, Adwaita Malla Barman Smarak Samman is also given to eminent personalities. The value of this award is Rs. 3,000/-

VI. SCHEME/ACTIVITIES (ECONOMIC SECTOR)

  1. Skill Development Training:

The Department is conducting skill training to SC unemployed youths for self employment for different trades and skills. Skill trainings imparted through different training providers during 2016-17 &2017-18 are given as under:-

  1. Beautician Course: This course is mainly for  SC eligible unemployed group who are trained on Hair, Beauty & Personal care for a period of 3(three) months course. So far 325 Nos of SC women and 30 men have successfully benefited through this training programme. 
  2. ailoring Training: Tailoring training for SC unemployed women have been imparted in selected R.D.Blocks of Kakraban, Rajnagar, Bamutia, Nalchar, Kumarghat & Durgachowmohani. 360 SC women have been trained under this Scheme.
  3. Cane & Bamboo Training: SC unemployed women have been trained to develop artisan skills in different crafts using Cane and Bamboo as raw materials. This training had taken up in identified R.D.Blocks namely Durgachowmohani, Bamutia, Rajnagar, Kakraban, Nalchar, Charilalam & Kadamtala Blocks. Total 520 SC women have been trained under this Scheme.
  4. Leather Artisan Course :

             During 2017-18, the Scheduled Castes Welfare Department  had  sponsored 20 SC unemployed youths to Leather Training Institute ,Arundhutinagar Industrial Estate run by  NB Institute for Rural Technology(NBIRT) for one year leather training course(Leather goods manufacturing).  Till now 160 SC youths have been trained under this scheme.

V.  Motor Driving Training :

               664 SC youths have successfully completed training in motor driving. The training had been conducted in different District of the State through 7(seven) recognized Motor Driving schools/institutions.

  VI.  Hospitality and Hotel Management :

               59 SC un-employed youths have completed skill training programme on Hospitality management in respect of House Keeping Operation & Food beverage Steward for four months tenure during 2016-17 & 2017-18 through NB Institute for Rural Technology (NBIRT). All most all the Trainees have got their job placement in the reputed Private Sector/ PSU establishment.      

 VII.   INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT UNDER SCA TO SCSP :

The Government of India provides fund under Special Central Assistance to Scheduled Castes Sub-Plan (SCA to SCSP) for Economic Development of the SCs in the Scheduled Castes dominated villages. Infrastructure development have been given priority considering lack of proper assets available in SC dominated areas and simultaneously creating an opportunity for enhancement of small business for deserving beneficiaries. Besides, income generating projects are also taken up to assist the SC families.

 Construction works :

  • Market Stall/Market Shed in SC dominated area
  • Cobbler shed
  • Training cum multipurpose Community Hall
  • Sinking of Deep-tube well.

Income generating scheme:

  • Brass Iron (petal) etc. 
  • Musical instruments
  • ARDD (Poultry/Duckery & Goatery)
  • Drag Nets & Cast Nets for fish farmers for livelihood. 

VIII.    PROJECTS IMPLEMENTED UNDER STATE PLAN ASSISTANCE:

  • Rehabilitation of Harijan under SPA: The Department has constructed 24 nos. flats for harijan families near IGM Hospital, Agartala. Presently, 24 families have been accommodated from the same locality.
  • Rehabilitation of Harijan families at Sen Para, R. K. Nagar: The Department has constructed pucca houses with GCI roofing for 108 harijan families at Sen Para, R .K .Nagar under Old Agartala RD Block. The entire works have executed through West Tripura District Administration.

IX.     FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR MEDICAL TREATMENT TO SC POOR PATIENTS(NUCLEUS BUDGET SCHEME):

Poor families belonging to Scheduled Castes are financially assisted for medical treatment at variable rates as per admissible sanction powers conferred by the guidelines issued by the Department. The rates and the sanction powers exercised at different level of Officers are as follows:-

Rs.625/-(DWOs/ SDMs/BDOs), Rs.1250/-(DM & Collectors of all Districts excluding West District), Rs.3125/-(Director, SCW & DM, West) and Rs. 6,250/-(Secretary, SC Welfare) within the State and in case of referral for outside the State Rs.10,000/- can be sanctioned.

X.    Assistance to Scheduled Castes Sub-Plan area.

                     The basic objective of the SCSP has been to channelize the flow of outlays and benefits from the general sectors in the Plan of States for the development of Scheduled Castes, at least in proportion to their population, both in physical and financial terms. In the State of Tripura there are 6, 54,918 SC population i.e. 17.80% of the total population of the State. Adequate funds to SCSP in the State Budgetary provision is to be earmarked by different concerned Departments proportionate to the share of SCs in the population.  Moreover, it mandates that Scheduled Caste Sub-Plans should be an integral part of Annual Plans as well as Five Year Plans, making provisions therein non-divertible and non-lapsable, with the objective of substantial reduction in poverty and unemployment among SCs and for bridging the gaps in their socio-economic development. Keeping in view of this, the SC Welfare Department is the Nodal Department where monitoring and evaluation are being exercised in a regular manner to 34 nos different line departments in the State.

XI. Special Development Package for Welfare of SCs:

In place of Special Area Based Programme for SCs, the State Government had introduced “Special Package Programme” for Development of SC population comprising 20 points expanding over a period of 5 years from 2013-14 to 2017-18.  The objective of the Special Development Package for Welfare of Scheduled Caste is to bring in rapid socio-economic development of persons belonging to various Scheduled Castes communities of the State which has always been the main concern of the Government.  The SC Welfare Department is the Nodal Department to review the progress and compile consolidated status report which is submitted to the Planning & Co ordination Department.

               Under this programme, various development activities in SC dominated areas are taken up such as :-

  1. Infrastructure development in SCs dominated habitations.
  2. Communication, health care facility, electric power supply, safe drinking water & sanitation, Irrigation & construction of multipurpose hall.
  3. Sustainable economic activities.
  4. Allotment of land, Assistance for housing, assistance for housing to safai karamcharies belonging to SCs, assistance for vocational training, assistance to families living on psciculture, assistance to SC farmers, setting up of modern laundry, assistance to professional musicians, economic empowerment of women & financial assistance for starting business enterprise.

XII.  Implementation of Protection of Civil Rights’Act,1955 and the SC/ST(prevention of Atrocities)Act,1989 & Rules-2016

       This is a centrally sponsored Scheme. Central assistance is mainly   provided for:

  1. Functioning and strengthening of the Scheduled Cates and Scheduled Tribes Protection Cell and Special Police Stations.
  2. Setting up and functioning of exclusive Special Courts.
  3. Relief and Rehabilitation of atrocity victims.
  4. Incentive for inter-caste Marriages where one of the spouse is member of a Scheduled Castes.
  5. Publicity and awareness generation.

 The following steps have been taken for implementation of provisions of SCs & STs (PoA) Act- 1989 & Rules-2016:-

  1. State Level, District Level & Sub-Division Level Vigilance & Monitoring Committees have been constituted.
  2. State Level seminar-cum-workshop has been organized involving PRIs bodies & Govt. officials.
  3. The relevant provisions of SCs & STs (POA) Act & Rules has been translated in Bengali and distributed to PRI bodies.
  4. Erected hoardings depicting relevant provisions of the SCs & STs (POA) Act in prominent places throughout the state.
  5. Published SCs & STs (PoA) Act, 1989 & Rules-2016 in the extra-ordinary of Tripura Gazette on 15th Oct, 2016.

XIII. STATUS OF CANCELLATION OF FALSE SCHEDULED CASTE CERTIFICATE:

          As per provision contained in Rule 7A of the Tripura Scheduled Castes and   Scheduled Tribes   Reservation Rules, 1992 (As Amended Up to May,   2007),   the State Level Scrutiny Committee has been constituted for verification of community status of Scheduled Castes certificate holders. The constituted committee is as follows:-

i. The Secretary –in charge of Department for Chairman
Welfare of Scheduled Castes.
i. The Director for Welfare of Scheduled Castes. Member-Secretary
ii. Deputy Secretary of the Law Department. Member
iii. Additional Director Member

         Directorate for Welfare of Scheduled Castes.

Disposal status of complaints:-

1. Total number of Complaints received till date 873
2. Total Number of complaints dropped by the SLSC 388
3. Govt. employee 268
4. Other than Govt. Employee 120
5. Total number of SC certificates cancelled 185
6. Govt. employee 115
7. Other than Govt. employee 70
8. Under process of inquiry at Sub-Divisional level 300
9. Govt. employees 165
10. Other Govt. employees 135

                                             

XIV. TRIPURA SCH.CASTES CO-OPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LTD.

  • SC Corporation was set up in the year 1979-80 under the Tripura Coop. Societies Act.1974.
  • The main objectives of the SC Corporation is to assist the poor SC families of Tripura by giving soft loan to establish micro-enterprise /generate to attain self sufficiency. It started functioning in the year 1980-81 with an authorized share capital of Rs.5.00 crore and present authorized share Capital is Rs. 20.00 crore.
  • As per Registrar of Co-operative Societies Act, 1974 and the BY LAWS of the Corporation it is an autonomous Governing body consisting of 11(Eleven) members. Out of 11 (eleven), 8(eight) will be elected among the members of the Society/Corporation and 3(Three) will be nominated by the State Govt. mainly the Secretary, SCW Department, the Representative from Finance Department and the Managing Director, Tripura Sch. Castes Coop. Dev. Corporation Ltd.
  • Financial structure & Govt. Guarantee.
  • As per By Laws of the Corporation, fixed up authorized share capital is Rs.20.00 crores.
  • The source of fund is  :

    1. A class share, @ Rs.10/- per share from Loanee members.

    2. B class share, @ Rs.1000/- per share from state Govt. and other bodies /societies.

  • State and central share equity is received as per the  ratio of   51:49                                                                                                                                 

11. Best Practices in Tripura Sch.Castes Welfare Corporation Ltd.

  • PRIs are actively involved in selection of the beneficiaries. Board Of Directors are also supervising the entire selection process for achievements of Block wise target.
  • Every loan is secured by the guarantee of a State Govt. / Central Govt. / State PSU & Central PSU employee.
  • Submission of Addhar Card and linkage of Addhar number to the Account number of the beneficiaries have been made compulsory since 2014 -15.
  • Loan amount of beneficiaries is directly credited through DBT mode.
  • Demand notices is issued to all the defaulters regularly. Salary of guarantor is deducted in case of default in repayment of loan.
  • Recovery camps at the block level is organized regularly with attendance of Chairman of Corporations and PRI body.
  • Field Supervisors undertake door to door visit for recovery of the loans.
  • Field Supervisors in their jurisdiction maintain the Mobile Nos. of all the beneficiaries.
  • Yearly block wise and month wise recovery target is allocated to Supervisors in the beginning of the financial year.
  • A saving Bank account is opened in Tripura Gramin Bank for speedy remittance of loan installments recovered from the beneficiaries by the Field Supervisors using Core Banking facilities.
  • Annual General meeting with shareholders is held for exchange of views and suggestions.

PROGRESS REPORT OF TRIPURA SCHEDULED CASTES CO-OPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LTD. FOR THE MONTH OF THE JANUARY,2018 UNDER ITEM NO. 10A01-SC FAMILIES ASSISTED UNDER 20 POINT PROGRAMME.

                                                                                                                            Rs. In lakh

 

Target for the year 2017-2018

Name of the sector

During the month of the  January,2018

Cumulative amount & total No. of beneficiaries w.e.f. 01.04.17 to 31.01.2018

 

SC - 1665

 

No. of benef.

Amonut

disbursed

No. of benef.

Amonut

disbursed

Small Business

(Agri & Allied)

0

0

 

59

112.10

Business Sector

( Small business & Laghu Vyavasay Yojana)

227

646.95

892

2234.40

Transport Sector

44

88.33

150

300.98

Micro(NSFDC)

3

1.50

40

20.00

Mahila Samriddhi Yojana(NSFDC)

0

0

1

0.50

Education

(NSFDC)

3

1st Instalment

5.49

 

 

61

83.96

Part

Instalment

0

Part

Instalment

114.76

Total

277

742.27

1203

2866.70

Safai - 355

Agri Sector

0

0

0

0

Small Business Sector

0

0

0

0

Transport Sector

19

28.69

48

74.58

Total

19

28.69

48

74.58

Handicapped - 98

Agri Sector

0

0

1

1.80

Small Business Sector

0

0

8

18.9

Transport Sector

0

0

0

0

Education

(NSFDC)

Part

Instalment

0.669

0

0.669

Total

0

0.669

9

21.369

Grand Total

2223

 

296

771.629

1260

2962.649

            

                                                       Tripura SC, SAFAI & PwDs Co-Op Dev. Corporation Ltd.

 
 

                                                                                         At a Glance

            (Rs in Lakh)

 

Name of the Corporation

Year

Sate Govt Block Guarantee Received

Sate Share Capital Received From 1979-1980

Central Share Capital Received From 1979-1980

Fund Borrowed from NSFDC/NSKFDC/NHFDC Against Term Loan

Fund Borrowed from NSFDC against Education Loan

Loan Disbursed Against Term Loan

Loan Disbursed against Education Loan

Loan Recovery position against Term Loan

Loan Recovery Position Against Education Loan

Repayment made to NSFDC/NSKFDC/NHFDC against Term Loan & Education Loan

Un-utilized Fund RefundedNSFDC/NSKFDC/NHFDC

 

No. of Unit

Amount

No. of Unit

Amount

   

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

 

Tripura Sch. Castes Co-Op Dev. Corporation Ltd

1991-92
To
2016-17

6715.78

811.78

763.87

8857

824042

7445

7547

346

667.2

       (13+14)
       3822.50

4347.5

1144.79

 

2017-18(Up to 28.02.2018)

1900.00

43.75

39.00

2305.5

294

1142

2667.98

61

198.7

482.7

35.35

540.00

75.08

 
 

Tripura Sch. Castes (SAFAI) Co-op Dev. Corporation Ltd.

2002-03
To
2016-17

1160.00

NIL

NIL

1646.8

NIL

974

1227.29

NIL

NIL

372.2

NIL

373.66

320.61

 

2017-18 (Up to 28.02.2018)

NIL

NIL

NIL

NIL

NIL

51

79.11

NIL

NIL

107.1

NIL

90.34

NIL

 

Tripura Sch. Castes (PwDs) Co-op Dev. Corporation Ltd.

2001-02
To
2016-17

225.00

NIL

NIL

595.36

NIL

110

209.47

3

5.71

61.82

NIL

47.85

290.31

 

2017-18 (Up to 28.02.2018)

NIL

NIL

NIL

100.00

NIL

10

22.879

NIL

0.67

18.35

NIL

15.50

70.40