‘KCR Apathbandhu’ Scheme, Telangana

To empower the people belonging to Most backward Classes (MBCs) thereby providing them with financial & social stability

Telangana government is about to start a new scheme named “KCR Apathbandhu” for overall development of Most Backward Classes (MBCs) in the state. It will be implemented by Telangana State Backward Class(BC) Corporation. This scheme will enable overall development of the conditions of people belonging to all the castes which are covered under Most Backward Class in the state. Efforts will be taken to enable the people to earn their living and improve their standard of living. It aims to make them self-reliant with improved socio-economic backgrounds. State government has set aside a budget of Rs. 5,500 crores for the overall upliftment and welfare of backward categories in the state this financial year and a major part of this budget is planned to be allocated for this scheme.

Scheme Overview:

Scheme name:KRC Apathbandhu Scheme, Telangana
Scheme under:Telangana Government
Announced by:BC Welfare Minister, Gangula Kamalakar
Beneficiaries:People belonging to all the castes covered under Most Backward Class (MBC) across the state
Benefit:Overall development of the beneficiaries
Major Objective:To empower the people belonging to Most backward Classes (MBCs) thereby providing them with financial & social stability

More scheme lunched by Telangana Government

Scheme Objectives and Benefits:

  • The main objective of the scheme is to empower the people belonging to Most Backward Classes
  • This scheme aims to provide financial and social stability to the beneficiaries
  • It also aims at upliftment of the beneficiaries in the society
  • It will include various measures for providing employment, self-employment opportunities and social security for them
  • For employment, youth will be provided with ambulances and will be connected with hospitals, women will be provided with sewing machines, thereby quality of life will be focused on
  • It will better the way of living of the beneficiaries and their families thereby belonging to the scheduled castes in the state

Key Points:

  • Telangana government has come up with a new ‘KCR Apathbandhu’ Scheme for people belonging to Most Backward Classes (MBCs) in the state
  • The scheme was announced some time ago by the BC Welfare Minister, Gangula Kamalakar
  • This scheme covers people belonging to all the castes covered under Most Backward Class in the state
  • It aims at betterment and welfare of the beneficiaries thereby empowering them
  • Under this scheme measures will be taken for the upliftment of the people belonging to the scheduled castes in the state
  • It will aim at overall development of the beneficiaries
  • This scheme would enable providing opportunities for employment, self-employment, betterment of facilities to the beneficiaries in the state
  • Efforts will be made to provide a secure infrastructure to the beneficiaries
  • Under this scheme, the unemployed youth will be distributed ambulances and will be connected with state hospitals for employment as Ambulance driver.
  • Then the youth will be directed and supervised by the hospital authorities as required
  • Scheme will be launched for providing sewing machines to the women for empowering them
  • Scheme will also be launched for providing quality education, free coaching for competitive exams and skill development of the beneficiary youth and women across the state
  • Scheme implementation will be keenly taken care of by the Telangana State Backward Classes (BC) Corporation and will be reported directly to the chief minister
  • It will thereby lead to improved financial and social stability of the beneficiaries belonging to the Most Backward Classes (MBCs) in the state

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