Commissioner Social Welfare, Pune

Promotion of educational and economic interests of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and other weaker sections The State shall promote with special care the educational and economic interests of the weaker sections of the people, and, in particular,
of the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes, and shall protect them from social injustice and all forms of exploitation

  • Government Hostel: 374 ( Boys - 211 + Girls - 163 )
  • Hostels of 1000 capacity at division level: 7 ( 5 Working - Nagpur, Amravati, Nashik, Latur, Aurangabad + 2 work in Progress Pune & Mumbai )
  • Aided Hostel: 2388 (Boys 1938 + Girls 450)
  • New Resonation School: 100 (79 Working + 21 Work in progress )
  • Social work colleges: 51
  • Residential School for children of sweepers: 02 (Pune and Nagpur out of which Pune is woking )
  • Scheduled Ashram school: 19 ( Primary 10+Secondary 9 )
  • ITI at division level: 06 ( 4 Working – Nagpur, Amravati, Nashik, Aurangabad + 2 work in Progress Pune & Mumbai )
  • Dalit Vasti: 37558
  • Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar : 34 ( 24 Completed, 8 Work in )
  • Matoshri old age home : 31
  • Aided Old Age Home : 39
  • Spinning Mills with long term loan : 13
  • Scheduled caste co-operative society : 372

Piyush Singh

IAS,Social Welfare Maharastra State

Rajarshi Shahu Maharaj Scholarship to 100 Scheduled Caste Students for the Higher Education in the Country

Name of the Office- Social Welfare Commissioner Office, Maharashtra State, Pune (Education Branch)
Sr. No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name of the Scheme Rajarshi Shahu Maharaj Scholarship to 100 Scheduled Caste Students for the Higher Education in the Country
2. Funding By State
3. Scheme Objective Scheduled Caste students must get the essential knowledge and skill, as well as they can face the competition, it is essential for Scheduled Caste students to provide free higher education in the prominent institutions in the India. Taking into consideration the fact State Government has introduced the new scheme 100 Scheduled Caste students studying in the countrywide higher educational institutions.
4. Beneficiary Category Scheduled Caste
5. Eligibility Criteria
  • Student should be Scheduled Caste and Resident of Maharashtra.
  • Maximum income limit of his parents is Rs. 4.50 lakhs.
  • This scholarship is applicable for countrywide study such as IIT. Indian Institute of Management Institute of Technology where admissions are given through the entrance examinations.
6. Benefits Provided Awardee students will get full fee prescribed by the institutions as well as Hostel and Mess Charges prescribed by the institutions. Besides this Rs. 10000 per year will be given for Books, Note Books, and other educational instruments.
7. Application Process Manual form should be filled by student then submitted it to Social Welfare Commissionerate office.
8. Category of Scheme Education
9. Contact Office Social Welfare Commissionerate Office, Maharashtra State, Pune

Statistical Summary in Lakhs

Statistical Summary in Lakhs
Sr. No. Year Expenditure Beneficiaries
1 2012-13 0.36 283
2 2013-14 0.32 278
3 2014-15 0.29 219

Scholarship to the Scheduled Caste Students for Aboard Studies.

Name of the Office- Social Welfare Commissionerate Office, Maharashtra State, Pune (Education Branch)
Sr. No. Scheme Detailed Information
1 Name of the Scheme Scholarship to the Scheduled Caste Students for Aboard Studies.
2. Funding By State
3. Scheme Objective Due to weak economic and financial condition Scheduled Caste students cannot afford the higher education in prominent universities in the foreign countries. To overcome this difficulty Government of Maharashtra has introduced this scheme as per G.R. No. EBC-2003/C No. 115/BC-2, dated 11th June 2003.
4. Beneficiary Category Scheduled Caste
5. Eligibility Criteria For this scholarship parents income limit is Rs. 6.00 lakhs per year. Students have make contract with the Government that after successful completion of foreign education he will pay minimum 10 per cent of the total expenditure to the Social Justice Fund, but it optional.
6. Benefits Provided Selected students will get full Tuition fee and fixed by the foreign university maintenance allowance 14000 USD or 9000 GBP. The Tuition fee will be paid directly to the university. If students do not complete the course/education it is compulsory for him to refund all the expenses incurred by the Government for his Course.
7. Application Process Manual form should be filled by student then submitted it to Social Welfare Commissionerate office
8. Category of Scheme Education
9. Contact Office Social Welfare Commissionerate Office, Maharashtra State, Pune

Statistical Summary in Lakhs

Statistical Summary
Sr.No Year Expenditure Beneficiaries
1 2012-13 1250.39 85
2 2013-14 1294.94 75
3 2014-15 1307.41 69

Rajarshi Shahu Maharaj Merit Scholarship to Scheduled Caste Students who secured 75 percent and then 75 percent marks in the S.S.C. Examination

Name of the Office- Social Welfare Commissioner Office, Maharashtra State, Pune (Education Branch)
Sr. No. Scheme Detailed Information
1 Name of the Scheme Rajarshi Shahu Maharaj Merit Scholarship to Scheduled Caste Students who secured 75 percent and then 75 percent marks in the S.S.C. Examination
2 Funding By State
3 Scheme Objective To develop and enhance in the merit as well as to encourage the Scheduled Caste students this new scheme is introduced by the government vide G.R. EBC 2003/C No. 115/BCW-2 dated 11th June 2003
4 Beneficiary Category Scheduled Caste
5 Eligibility Criteria 1. Students should belong to Scheduled Caste.

2. There is no income limit for the scholarship.

3. This scholarship will be given in addition to Government of India Scholarship and other Scholarship.
6 Benefits Provided Under this scheme, the Scheduled Caste Students who secured 75 percent or more than 75 percent marks in the S.S.C. Examination and takes admission in the 11th Std. will get scholarship @ Rs. 300 per month for 10 months for two years i.e. in the 11th Std. and 12th Std.
7 Application Process Student should fill the application form on this website http//mahaeschool.maharashtra.gov.in
8 Category of Scheme Education
9 Contact Office Related District, Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare and Principle of the College

Statistical Summary

Statistical Summary
Sr.No Year Expenditure (In Lakhs) Beneficiaries
1 2012-13 756.41 25214
2 2013-14 682.74 22758
3 2014-15 660.00 22000

Rajarshi Chatrapati Shahu Maharaj Merit Awards

Name of the Office- Social Welfare Commissioner Office, Maharashtra State, Pune (Education Branch)
Sr. No. Scheme Detailed Information
1 Name of the Scheme Rajarshi Chatrapati Shahu Maharaj Merit Awards
2. Funding By State
3. Scheme Objective 10th and 12th of the special examination of the Scheduled Castes Students are provided for backward pronounced success getting Boys and girls Rajarshi Chatrapati Shahu Maharaj Quality Award
4. Beneficiary Category Scheduled Caste
5. Eligibility Criteria
  • Scheduled Caste student’s stands first in Maharashtra from the General Merit list. … Rs. 2.50 Lakh
  • Scheduled Caste student’s stands first in the Divisional Board. Rs. 1.00 Lakh.
  • Scheduled Caste students stand in General Merit list in the Divisional Board. … Rs. 0.50 Lakh
  • Scheduled Caste students stand first in the District …0.25 Lakh.
  • Scheduled Caste students stand first in the respective Taluka …Rs.0.10 Lakh
  • Scheduled Caste students stand first in the school…Rs. 0.05 Lakh
6. Benefits Provided Above Cash payment, memento and the Certificate will be given to student as per his/her Achievement
7. Application Process
8. Category of Scheme Education
9. Contact Office Related Assistant Commissioner (District), Social welfare

Statistical Summary

Statistical Summary
Sr.No Year Expenditure (In Lakhs) Beneficiaries
1 2012-13 319.05 3191
2 2013-14 322.52 3225
3 2014-15 350.00 3500

Savitribai Phule Scholarship Award of Scholarships to B.C. Girl Students studying in Std. 8th to10th


Name of the Office- Social Welfare Commissionerate Office, Maharashtra State, Pune (Education Branch)
Sr. No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name of the Scheme Savitribai Phule Scholarship Award of Scholarships to B.C. Girl Students studying in Std. 8th to10th
2. Funding By State
3. Scheme Objective The scheme named as Savitribai Phule Scholarship for Scheduled Caste Girls is introduced.
4. Beneficiary Category Scheduled Caste
5. Eligibility Criteria No income limit.

No need to submit the application.
6. Benefits Provided The girls studying in 8thto 10th class. Rs.100 month for 10 months in a year admissible as per the said scheme.
7. Application Process Related School Head Master Should make the list of Students and send it to related District Social Welfare Officer, Zillah Parishad
8. Category of Scheme Education
9. Contact Office Related District Social Welfare Officer, Zillah Parishad

Statistical Summary

In Lakhs

Statistical SummaryIn Lakhs
Sr.No Year Expenditure Beneficiaries
1 2012-13 5442.53 687404
2 2013-14 5844.66 749159
3 2014-15 6652.22 852848

Pre-matric Scholarships to Children of those who are engaged in unclean occupation.

Name of the Office- Social Welfare Commissioner Office, Maharashtra State, Pune (Education Branch)
Sr. No. Scheme Detailed Information
1 Name of the Scheme Pre-matric Scholarships to Children of those who are engaged in unclean occupation.
2. Funding By State and Central
3. Scheme Objective The Scheme is under Centrally Sponsored Scheme. The children of those parents who are engaged in unclean occupation in sweeping, scavenging, Tanning and Flaying are given scholarship from Std. I to Std. X
4. Beneficiary Category All Category
5. Eligibility Criteria
  • The Scheme is under Centrally Sponsored Scheme. The children of those parents who are engaged in unclean occupation
  • No income limit
  • This Scheme is applicable for all category students
  • parents who are engaged in unclean occupation required a certificate of Gram Sevak and Sarpanch, Head of Municipal Corporation, Commissioner of Corporation/Dy. Commissioner /ward Officer
  • Caste Certificate is Mandatory.
6. Benefits Provided
  • Hostellers- The Hostellers have been paid scholarship as per revised rate as under :-

    Std. III to X Rs. 700 p.m. (for 10 months).

    The adhoc grant of Rs. 1000 per student per annum should be given in addition to regular scholarship.
  • Previously the scheme was being implemented for Hostellers only but as per revised rates it is also applied for day scholars. The rates of Scholarships for scheme are as follows from 1st November 1991 :-

    Std. I to x Rs. 110 p.m. (for 10 months).

    The ad hoc grant of Rs. 750 per student per annum should be given in additions to regular scholarship. The scholarship is admissible to one children of one family. This scheme is implemented by District Social Welfare Officer, Zillah Parishad.
7. Application Process Student should fill the application form on this website http//mahaeschool.maharashtra.gov.in
8. Category of Scheme Education
9. Contact Office Related District Social Welfare Officer Zillah Parishad and Related School Head Master

Statistical Summary

Statistical Summary
Sr.No Year Expenditure(In Lakhs) Beneficiaries
1 2012-13 3303.26 178554
2 2013-14 3117.89 168534
3 2014-15 1717.74 87821

Maintenance Allowance to B.C. Students Studying in Sainik School.

Statistical Summary
Sr.No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name of the Scheme Maintenance Allowance to B.C. Students Studying in Sainik School.
2. Funding By State
3. Scheme Objective OBC students should have access to national protection Prabodhini, military forces to be recruited them students, students in the discipline, confidence, courage, leadership, patriotism has been launched to cultivate these qualities, etc.
4. Beneficiary Category Scheduled Caste
5. Eligibility Criteria Parent’s income is not more than Rs. 2 Lakhs per year. Since 1996-1997 onwards the students who are studying in GIA voluntary schools are paid 15000 per year for their educational fees.
6. Benefits Provided Students Studying in Sainik Schools, Samara, Nashik and Pune, the entire expenditure on Tuition Fees, Exam Fees, Lodging, Boarding, Cloth, Uniforms, Horse-riding, Pocket Money etc., incurred by these schools for B.C. students is reimbursed to these schools by social Welfare Department
7. Application Process Student should fill the application form on this website http//mahaeschool.maharashtra.gov.in
8. Category of Scheme Education
9. Contact Office Related Assistant Commissioner (District), Social welfare and Head Master of Sainik School

Statistical Summary

In Lakhs

Statistical Summary
Sr.No Year Expenditure Beneficiaries
1 2012-13 275.98 840
2 2013-14 279.14 822
3 2014-15 229.63 1531

Government of India Post-Matric Scholarship Scheme


Name of the Office- Social Welfare Commissioner Office, Maharashtra State, Pune (Education Branch)
Sr. No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name of the Scheme Government of India Post-Matric Scholarship Scheme
2. Funding By Central
3. Scheme Objective In order to encourage the Backward Class Students to undergo Post-Matric Courses, the Government of India has introduced a scheme known as the Government of India Post-Matric Scholarship to Scheduled Castes students.
4. Beneficiary Category Scheduled Caste
5. Eligibility Criteria
  • The parents/Guardian annual income up to Rs. 200000 limit for full scholarship.
  • Student category should be Scheduled caste or Navbouddha
  • Student should be resident of Maharashtra
  • Student studying above 10th std.
6. Benefits Provided Under this scheme the eligible Scheduled Castes including Nav-Buddha students are paid maintenances allowance ranging from Rs. 230 p.m. to Rs.450 PM for boys and girls (day scholar) and Rs. 1200 p.m. for boys and girls (Hostellers). In addition to maintenance allowance all fees which are compulsorily payable by the students to the institutions are also covered under the scheme.
7. Application Process Student should fill the application form on this website http//mahaeschool.maharashtra.gov.in
8. Category of Scheme Education
9. Contact Office Related Assistant Commissioner (District), Social welfare

Statistical Summary

In Lakhs

Statistical SummaryIn Lakhs
Sr.No Year Expenditure Beneficiaries
1 2012-13 76248.31 483387
2 2013-14 84372.95 395699
3 2014-15 102426.91 513871

Award of Scholarship to Backward Class Students In High Schools.


Name of the Office- Social Welfare Commissioner Office, Maharashtra State, Pune (Education Branch)
Sr.No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name of the Scheme Award of Scholarship to Backward Class Students In High Schools.
2. Funding By State
3. Scheme Objective The students of Scheduled Caste of Std 5th and 7th as well as 8th and 10th first two students are eligible for this scheme.
4. Beneficiary Category Scheduled caste
5. Eligibility Criteria These scholarships are awarded to first two Backward Class students in order of merit in each standard in the school who secure more than 50 percent marks in their last annual examination. The first preference is given to X Std. and if funds permit it is extended to student in other standards from IX to10th
6. Benefits Provided For 5th to 7th students Rs.50 per month (Rs. 500 for 10 months) and for 8th to 10th students Rs. 100 per month (Rs. 1000 for 10 months)
7. Application Process Related School Head Master Should make the list of Students and send it to related District Social Welfare Officer, Zillah Parishad
8. Category of Scheme Education
9. Contact Office Related District Social Welfare Officer, Zillah Parishad

Statistical Summary

Statistical Summary
Sr.No Year Expenditure (In Lakhs) Beneficiaries
1 2012-13 771.42 102856
2 2013-14 746.99 99599
3 2014-15 894.05 119206

Tuition fees and examination fees to Backward Class Students.

Name of the Office- Social Welfare Commissioner Office, Maharashtra State, Pune (Education Branch)
Sr.No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name of the Scheme Tuition fees and examination fees to Backward Class Students.
2. Funding By State
3. Scheme Objective In order to encourage the Backward Class Students to undergo Post-Matric Courses, the Government of India has introduced a scheme known as the Government of India Post-Matric Scholarship to Scheduled Castes students.
4. Beneficiary Category Scheduled Caste
5. Eligibility Criteria
  • No income limit
  • Student category should be Scheduled caste or Navbouddha
  • Student should be resident of Maharashtra
  • Student studying above 10th std.
6. Benefits Provided All fees which are compulsorily payable by the students to the institutions are also covered under the scheme.
7. Application Process Student should fill the application form on this website http//mahaeschool.maharashtra.gov.in
8. Category of Scheme Education
9. Contact Office Related Assistant Commissioner (District), Social welfare and College Principle

Statistical Summary

Statistical Summary
Sr.No Year Expenditure (In Lakhs) Beneficiaries
1 2012-13 11235.46 40856
2 2013-14 30218.99 109887
3 2014-15 35195.61 127984

Professional training allowance and subsistence stipend attached to the hostel students


Name of the Office- Social Welfare Commissioner Office, Maharashtra State, Pune (Education Branch)
Sr.No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name of the Scheme Professional training allowance and subsistence stipend attached to the hostel students
2. Funding By State
3. Scheme Objective The students of Medical, engineering, agriculture, etc. are given an allowance and subsistence to scheduled caste students who are attached to the commercial college and hostel
4. Beneficiary Category Scheduled Caste
5. Eligibility Criteria
  • Student should be admitted to professional course
  • Student should be eligible for Govt. of India scholarship scheme.
  • Income limit should be same as per Govt. of India scholarship scheme.
6. Benefits Provided Professional training scholarship will Maintenance allowance, books, stationery, accommodation, meals, etc. Item comes catered cost. Professional attached college hostel, government hostel, hostel and other students comes to live under the subsistence allowance in addition to the Government of India scholarship.
7. Application Process Student should fill the application form on this website http//mahaeschool.maharashtra.gov.in
8. Category of Scheme Education
9. Contact Office Related Assistant Commissioner (District), Social welfare

Statistical Summary


Statistical Summary
Sr.No Year Expenditure (In Lakhs) Beneficiaries
1 2012-13 142758 20394
2 2013-14 136818 19545
3 2014-15 76947 10787

Professional Technical Training to Scheduled Caste Students through ITI (Professional Training on Demand)


Name of the Office- Social Welfare Commissioner Office, Maharashtra State, Pune (Education Branch)
Sr.No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name of the Scheme Professional Technical training to Scheduled Caste Students through ITI (Professional training on Demand)
2. Funding By State
3. Scheme Objective Through this scheme Government has decided to provide short term technical courses training to less educated Scheduled Caste students through ITI. and other training institutes. Due to this training student will get a benefit of self-employment.
4. Beneficiary Category Scheduled Caste
5. Eligibility Criteria Student should be Scheduled Caste.

Student should pass minimum 4th Standard
6. Benefits Provided Student gets the tool kit and Rs. 100 per month scholarship.

training period should be 1 week to 2 months.

The Expenditure of Every Student as per G.R. is near about 2500.

Student will get the free training in ITI.
7. Application Process Related Principle of Industrial training Institute.
8. Category of Scheme Education
9. Contact Office Related Assistant Commissioner (District), Social welfare

Statistical Summary

Statistical Summary
Sr.No Year Expenditure (In Lakhs) Beneficiaries
1 2012-13 142758 20394
2 2013-14 136818 19545
3 2014-15 76947 10787

Stipends to Trainees in Industrial Training Institute

Name of the Office- Social Welfare Commissioner Office, Maharashtra State, Pune (Education Branch)
Sr.No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name of the Scheme Stipends to trainees in Industrial training Institute
2. Funding By State
3. Scheme Objective From this scheme the Technical training is given to Scheduled Caste students in ITI. for their job opportunities
4. Beneficiary Category Scheduled Caste
5. Eligibility Criteria Student should be Scheduled Caste.

It is mandatory for the Student should take training in recognized institute.

Father income limit should be Rs. 65290/-
6. Benefits Provided Students residing in the hostel of the organization Department of Technical Education gives him Rs. 60/- per month and Social welfare department gives him Rs. 40/- per month and the organization Department of Technical Education does not give anything to student for those student social welfare department gives him Rs.100 /- per month
7. Application Process Related principle, Industrial training Institute
8. Category of Scheme Education
9. Contact Office Related District Social Welfare Officer, Zillah Parishad

Statistical Summary

In Lakhs

Statistical Summary In Lakhs
Sr.No Year Expenditure Beneficiaries
1 2012-13 34.91 6006
2 2013-14 80.88 10784
3 2014-15 59.99 7998

Book Bank for Scheduled Caste Students

Name of the Office- Social Welfare Commissioner Office, Maharashtra State, Pune (Education Branch) In Lakhs
Sr.No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name of the Scheme Book Bank for Scheduled Caste Students
2. Funding By Central
3. Scheme Objective The existing Centrally Sponsored Scheme of Book Banks for SC Students stand merged with the Centrally Sponsored Scheme of Post-Matric Scholarship for SC students.
4. Beneficiary Category Scheduled Caste
5. Eligibility Criteria
  • Student should be eligible for Govt. of India scholarship scheme
  • Student should be Scheduled Caste.
  • Student should take admission for Medical, Engineering, Agriculture, Law and Veterinary courses.
6. Benefits Provided For Medical and Engineering Students 1 set for 2 students

and Rs. 7500/-

For Agriculture Students 1 set for 2 students and Rs. 4500/-

For Veterinary Students 1 set for 2 students and Rs.5000/-

For Post–Graduate Courses in Medical, Engineering, Agricultural and Veterinary Courses 1 set for 1 student and Rs. 5000/-
7. Application Process -----------------------------------
8. Category of Scheme Education
9. Contact Office Related Assistant Commissioner (District), Social welfare

Statistical Summary

In Lakhs

Statistical Summary In Lakhs
Sr.No Year Expenditure Beneficiaries
1 2012-13 506.53 9210
2 2013-14 632.14 11493
3 2014-15 536.11 9747

social work college (Grants for social welfare institution)

Name of the office - Commissioner of social welfare M S Pune (Education) In Lakhs
Sr no Scheme Detail Information
1. Name of the Scheme social work college (Grants for social welfare institution)
2 Funding by State Government
3 Scheme Objective The scheme is started since 1966 for the purpose of promote social work education, also develop trained human resource, & increase their Quality. Etc.
4 Beneficiary Category All category students
5 Eligibility Criteria UG pass student
6 Benefits Provided Teaching / Non -Teaching Staff salary 100% grants &

75% Building Rent which is certified by public works Department
7 Application Process The selection of the courses for student on the basis of exam text
8 Category of Scheme Educational, only student
9 Contact Office Concern Dist. Assistant commissioner social welfare and principal concern social work college

Statistical Information

(Rs. In lack)

Statistical Information (Rs. In lack)
Sr. No Year Expenditure Beneficiary
1 2012.13 5074.68 52 social work college and total 9500 students studying this college
2 2013.14 4577.55
3 2014.15 8114.47

(Grants in aid)Aided hostel for Backward students run by NGO

Name of the office - Commissioner of social welfare M S Pune (Education)
Sr. No Scheme Detail Information
1 Name of the Scheme (Grants in aid)Aided hostel for Backward students run by NGO
2 Funding by State government
3 Scheme Objective Provide living, boarding facility for backward students
4 Beneficiary Category SC/ST/VJ/NT/OBC/PWD
5 Eligibility Criteria Admitted only backward students especially Mang, Walmiki, Katkari Madiya Gondh, orphan, PWD (as per Govt. GR norms)
6 Benefits Provided Employee Honorarium per month

Students - 900x10 per month=9000/-

Building rent -75% as per certified by public works dept.,
7 Application Process Admitted through the basis of merit in June July month
8 Category of Scheme Educational
9 Contact Office Dist. social welfare officer Z P and warden of the hostel aided hostel

Statistical Information

( Rs in lakhs )

Statistical Information( Rs in lakhs )"
Sr. No Year Expenditure Beneficiary
1 2012.13 12749.48 2388 hostel & total 99252 student getting benefits this scheme per year.
2 2013.14 7934.48
3 2014.15 10540.29

Grant for SC ashram school

Name of the office - Commissioner of social welfare M S Pune (Education)
Sr.no Scheme Detail Information
1 Name of the Scheme Grant for SC ashram school
2 Funding by State government
3 Scheme Objective The scheme is started since 1996-97 on the VJNT ashram school basis, specifically low literacy rate District, to promote education rate SC community
4 Beneficiary Category Backward students specifically Scheduled caste students
5 Eligibility Criteria Admitted only backward students especially Mang, Walmiki, Katkari Madiya Gondh, orphan ,PWD( as per Govt. Gr norms)
6 Benefits Provided Employee salary as per Govt. GR

Students - 900x10 month=9000/- (pariposhan anudan)

Building rent -75% as per certified by public works Dept.
7 Application Process Concern SC ashram school Head master & District Social welfare officer
8 Category of Scheme Educational
9 Contact Office District Social welfare office & office of the concern Ashram school

Statistical Information

(Rs.in lakhs)

Statistical Informatio(Rs.in lakhs)
Sr.no Year Expenditure Beneficiary
1 2012.13 795.92 19 Aided Ashramshala 2460 student getting benefits this scheme per year.
2 2013.14 982.96
3 2014.15 617.95

Providing Mini tractor and its sub parts to the Self Help Group of Scheduled Castes

Name of the Office at Commissioner of Social Welfare
Sr. No. Scheme Detailed Information
1 Name Of the Scheme Providing Mini tractor and its sub parts to the Self Help Group of Scheduled Castes
2. Funding by State
3. Scheme Objective In order to improve the financial condition of the scheduled castes and Nav-Buddhists Self Help Group.
4. Beneficiary Category SC
5. Eligibility Criteria There are 1 to 13 terms and conditions. Major terms and conditions are-

1. Applicant should be The scheduled castes and Nav-Buddhists and domicile of Maharashtra state.

2. The Self-help Group must consist of 80% of scheduled castes and Nav-Buddhists members.

3. The cost of Mini tractor and its sub parts is estimated of Rs. 3.50 lakhs. Self-help Group must collect 10 % of this amount of Rs. 35,000/- and government will provide remaining 90% subsidy of Rs. 3,10,000/-.
6. Benefits Provided
  • Government provide mini tractor along with its sub parts like trolley, rotator etc.
  • The cost of one mini tractor along with its sub parts is Rs. 3,50,000/-
  • The 10 % of this amount is collected by the self-help group and remaining
  • Rs. 3,15,000/- is the subsidy given by the govt.
7. Application Process Application has to be submitted to Assistant Commissioner, District Social welfare office.
8. Category Of Scheme Economic Upliftment
9. Contact Office Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare District Office

Statistical Summary

Rs. In lakhs

Statistical Summary Rs. In lakhs
Sr. No. Year Expenditure Beneficiaries
1 2012-13 1597.05 507
2 2013-14 3153.15 1001
3 2014-15 3597.00 1142

Providing Tin stalls to Gatai Kamgar

Name of the Office Commissioner of Social Welfare
Sr. No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name Of the Scheme Providing Tin stalls to Gatai Kamgar
2. Funding by State
3. Scheme Objective This scheme is meant for the social and economic upliftment of SC Persons who are involved in the Leather footwear work and preparing of leather goods and to protect them from heat, rain and wind.
4. Beneficiary Category SC
5. Eligibility Criteria
  • Applicant should be the scheduled castes and domicile of Maharashtra state.
  • Total house hold income must be –

    In rural area below Rs. 40,000/-

    In urban area below Rs. 50,000/-
  • Age limit - minimum 18 years.
  • The place where the applicant asking for the stall must be provided on rent/ lease/purchased/official free hand by Gram panchayat, Municipality, Cantonment Board or Municipal corporation or must be of own property of the applicant.
6. Benefits Provided Govt. provides tin stalls on 100 percent Government grant and Rs.500 as financial assistance.
7. Application Process Application has to be submitted to Assistant Commissioner, District Social welfare office.
8. Category Of Scheme Economic Upliftment
9. Contact Office Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare District Office

Statistical Summary

Rs. In lakhs

Statistical Summary Rs. In lakhs
Sr. No. Year Expenditure Beneficiaries
1 2012-13 800.00 3255
2 2013-14 800.00 0
3 2014-15 0.00 -

Long Term-Loan to SC Co-op Spinning Mills under Special Component Plan

Name of the Office - Commissioner of Social Welfare
Sr. No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name Of the Scheme Long Term-Loan to SC Co-op Spinning Mills under Special Component Plan
2. Funding by State
3. Scheme Objective To promote the spinning mills of scheduled caste members
4. Beneficiary Category SC
5. Eligibility Criteria
  • There are 1 to 24 terms and conditions. Main conditions are-
  • The concern spinning mill has to collect Rs. 80.00 lacks or minimum 5 per cent cost of project to be collected as member shares.
  • The Director of textile and Handloom Maharashtra State, Nagpur sanctions 9 times amount of the member share of the spinning mill as Government share capital and Department of Social Welfare sanction 1:1 (50 per cent of the project cost) financial assistance as long term basis loan to such spinning mills
  • The project submitted by the pinning mill should be enumerated by the financial institutions/ banks that provide loan to the spinning mill. In addition to this the project report can be checked / enumerated by following institutions and submit to government. The enumeration fee is fixed for Rs. 2.50 lakhs. The project enumeration cost should be bared by the spinning mill.
  • Maharashtra Industrial & Technical consultancy Organization Lmt. (MITCON), Pune.
  • Agriculture financial Corporation, Mumbai
  • Dattajirao Technical Institute, Ichalkarangi.
6. Benefits Provided 50 per cent of Project cost is provided as a loan by social welfare department.
7. Application Process Application has to be submitted to Textile department, Govt. of Maharashtra. After approval and sanction of share capital. Then application should be submitted to Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare District Office. Social welfare department sanction 50 % loan to these spinning mills.
8. Category Of Scheme Economic Upliftment
9. Contact Office Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare District Office

Statistical Summary

Statistical Summary
Sr. No. Year Expenditure (In lakhs) Beneficiaries
1 2012-13 3600.00 13
2 2013-14 1600.00
3 2014-15 3000.00

Financial Assistance scheme to the Co-operative Industrial societies of Scheduled Castes

Name of the Office - Commissioner of Social Welfare
Sr. No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name Of the Scheme Financial Assistance scheme to the Co-operative Industrial societies of Scheduled Castes
2. Funding by State
3. Scheme Objective In order to minimize the ratio of unemployment and to promote industrialization among the scheduled caste people
4. Beneficiary Category SC
5. Eligibility Criteria
  • There are 1 to 32 and 5 supplementary terms and conditions. Major conditions are-
  • Only registered Schedule caste co-operative societies are eligible to apply.
  • After the project get started, There should be 70 per cent of Schedule castes employees in Co-operative societies
  • 5% cost of project to be collected as member shares then the co-operative society is liable to sanctions share capital /loan from government.
  • Applicant society should raise the member fund of 5% of project cost; government will sanction 35 % of share capital and 35 % of loan. Society should get 25% of loan from financial institution/bank

.

6. Benefits Provided 35 % of share capital and 35 % of loan is provided by social welfare department. The maximum project cost is 7.00 crore.
7. Application Process Application has to be submitted to Assistant Commissioner, District Social welfare office.
8. Category Of Scheme Economic Upliftment
9. Contact Office Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare District Office

Statistical Summary

Rs. In lakhs

Statistical Summary Rs. In lakhs
Sr. No. Year Expenditure Beneficiaries
1 2012-13 12000.00 372 co-operative societies
2 2013-14 17824.81
3 2014-15 14825.80

Karma veer Dadasaheb Gaikwad Sabalikaran & Swabhiman Yojana

Name of the Office - Commissioner of Social Welfare
Sr. No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name Of the Scheme Karma veer Dadasaheb Gaikwad Sabalikaran & Swabhiman Yojana
2. Funding by State
3. Scheme Objective To improve the financial condition of the scheduled castes and Nav-Buddhists who are landless workers and under the below poverty line.
4. Beneficiary Category SC
5. Eligibility Criteria
  • There are 1 to 13 terms and conditions. Major conditions are-
  • The applicant should be scheduled castes and Nav-Buddhists who are landless workers and below poverty line.
  • Age minimum 18 and maximum 60 years
  • Landless workers, divorcee and widows ladies are given preference.
6. Benefits Provided 2 acre irrigated or 4 acre non-irrigated land is provided on 50 % of subsidy and 50% is loan.
7. Application Process Application has to be submitted to Assistant Commissioner, District Social welfare office.
8. Category Of Scheme Economic Upliftment
9. Contact Office Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare District Office

Statistical Summary

Rs. In lakhs

Statistical Summary Rs. In lakhs
Sr. No. Year Expenditure Beneficiaries
1 2012-13 680.38 68
2 2013-14 982.36 75
3 2014-15 750.00 42

Karmaveer Padmashri Dadasaheb Gaikwad birth centenary and prize distribution.

Commissioner of Social Welfare, Maharashtra State Pune - 1 - Mavak Branch
Sr. No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name of the Scheme Karmaveer Padmashri Dadasaheb Gaikwad birth centenary and prize distribution.
2. Government resolution of the scheme Social Justice, Cultural, Sports and Special Assistance GR No. Sankine-2000/pra.kra.308/Mavak-1 date 9/9/2001
3. Funding by State
4. Scheme Objective The award is given to the use against tradition and untouchable against individuals and organizations that work for workers and social movement and landless farm Worker.
5. Beneficiary Category Category for all
6. Eligibility Criteria
  • Valuable works should be done by person in Social welfare sector & Institute should be registered.
  • Social service of the persons & Institute must be a period of 15 years & above.
  • A Male and female persons ages limit should not below 50 years & 40 years respectively.
  • S.P. / Police Commissioner Character verification report.
7. Benefits Provided Award Winning per Person & Institute will get Rs.51000/-

Memorabilia, shawl, coconut,
8. Application Process As per the advertisement given by Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare Concern in the local New Paper. The Institute & Persons can submit their application to Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare Concern.
9. Category of Scheme Social Reform
10. Contact Office Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare of concern district.

Statistical Summary

(Rs.in lakhs)

Statistical Summary (Rs.in lakhs)
Sr. No. Year Expenditure Beneficiaries
1. 2012-13 30.40 1 person and 1 institution
2. 2013-14 0.00 -----
3. 2014-15 30.00 1 person and 1 institution

Shahu, Phule, Ambedkar rewards Scheme

Commissioner of Social Welfare, Maharashtra State Pune-1 - Mavak Branch
Sr.No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name of the Scheme Shahu, Phule, Ambedkar rewards Scheme
2. Government resolution of the scheme Gr.No.BCH-2009/pra.kra.23/Bandhkame, date 31/8/2012
3. Funding by State
4. Scheme Objective Maharashtra sector organizations working in various fields of social justice in the state of Maharashtra, National and International level is taken forward as a social reformist State. Organizations working in the field of social justice to Ambedkar, Phule, Shahu prize.
5. Beneficiary Category Social Justice sector institutions of the State of Maharashtra
6. Eligibility Criteria
  • There should be an original work in the field of social welfare organizations that are registered.
  • Social service must be a period of 15 years.
  • Character Certificate in fever of President and Secretary of the organization issued by Superintendent of police/ Commissioner of Police
7. Benefits Provided Each Institute will be given ₹ 15 lakhs as a prize. Total of 7 awards for 7 regions will be given & Memento, silver Krol citation
8. Application Process As per the advertisement given by Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare Concern in the local New Paper. The Institute & Persons can submit their application to Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare Concern.
9. Category of Scheme Social Reform
Contact Office Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare of concern district.

Statistical Summary

(Rs.in lakhs)

Statistical Summary (Rs.in lakhs)
Sr.No. Year Expenditure Beneficiaries
1. 2012-13 0 0
2. 2013-14 90.00 6 Institute
3. 2014-15 90.00 6 Institute

NGOs assistant grants (Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Samaj Bhushan, Sahityaratna Lokshahir Anna Bhau Sathe Award and Sant Ravidas Award)

Commissioner of Social Welfare, Maharashtra State Pune-1 - Mavak Branch
Sr.No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name of the Scheme NGOs assistant grants

(Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Samaj Bhushan, Sahityaratna Lokshahir Anna Bhau Sathe Award and Sant Ravidas Award)
2. Government resolution of the scheme
  • समाज कल्याण सांस्कृतिक व क्रिडा विभाग शासन निर्णय क्रमांक एससी डब्लू-1085/18986(211)/बीसीडब्लू-4, दि. 19/12/1985
  • शासन निर्णय क्र.दमिपू-2000/प्र.क्र.213/मावक-4,दि.10/4/2000
  • शासन निर्णय क्र.असापू-2000/प्रृक्रृ230/मावक-4,दि.25/7/2003
  • शासन निर्णय क्र.सरंपू-2004/प्र.क्र.184/मावक-4 दि.26/7/2004
3. Funding by State
4. Scheme Objective To inspire the social worker & Organizations and they should continue their social activities in the state of Maharashtra especial for SC/ST & Backward class and weaker section of society. The Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Samaj Bhushan Award, Sahityaratna Lokshahir Anna Bhau Sathe Award, & Sant Ravidas Awards are given by State.
5. Beneficiary Category
  • Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Samaj Bhushan Award- To All
  • Sahityaratna Lokshahir Anna Bhau Sathe Award- Artists& Literary Author& Social Organization from Matang Community.
  • Sant Ravidas Awards- Artists& Literary Author& Social Organization from Charka Community.
6. Eligibility Criteria Ambedkar Samaj Bhushan Award
  • The persons & organizations should outstanding social works rendered services in the field of SC/ST/NT/VJ & other social welfare such as persons with disability, mentally retarded Leprosy affected persons etc. for at least 15 years.
  • The Institute should be registered.
  • The person’s age limit should not be less than 50 years for male social Workers & 40 years for women Social Workers.
  • Character Certificate in fever of the Person/President and Secretary of the organization issued by Superintendent of police/ Commissioner of Police

Sahityratna Lokshahir Anna Bhau Sathe award

  • The persons & organizations should outstanding social works rendered services for progress of social, Educational ecommerce in Matang Community for at least 15 years.
  • The Institute should be registered.
  • The person’s age limit should not be less than 50 years for male social Workers & 40 years for women Social Workers.
  • Character Certificate in fever of the Person/ President and Secretary of the organization issued by Superintendent of police/ Commissioner of Police

Sant Ravidas Award

  • The persons & organizations should outstanding social works rendered services in field of cobbler & Scheduled Caste community. For at least 15 years.
  • The Institute should be registered.
  • The person’s age limit should not be less than 50 years for male social Workers & 40 years for women Social Workers.
  • Character Certificate in fever of the Person/ President and Secretary of the organization issued by Superintendent of police/ Commissioner of Police
7. Benefits Provided Ambedkar Samaj Bhushan Award
  • Person Rs. 15,000 / - and for Institute Amount. 25 001 / - as a cash Prize.
  • travelling Expenses from Residence.
  • Govt. Rest house / Official accommodation will be made available at a discounted rate.
  • They have awarded long with his wife /husband as the case may be is treated as state guest for three days. And awarded Memorabilia, shawl, coconut,

Sahityratna Lokshahir Anna Bhau Sathe Award

  • Person Rs. 25,000 / - and for Institute Amount. 50 000 / - as a cash Prize.
  • travelling Expenses from Residence.
  • Govt. Rest house / Official accommodation will be made available at a discounted rate.
  • They have awarded long with his wife /husband as the case may be is treated as state guest for three days. And awarded Memorabilia, shawl, coconut,

Sant Ravidas Award

  • Person Rs. 21,000 / - and for Institute Amount. 30 000 / - as a cash Prize.
  • They have awarded long with his wife /husband as the case may be is treated as state guest for three days. And awarded Memorabilia, shawl, coconut,
8. Application Process As per the advertisement given by Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare Concern in the local New Paper. The Institute & Persons can submit their application to Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare Concern.
9. Category of Scheme Social Reform
Contact Office Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare of concern district.

Statistical Summary

(Rs.in lakhs)

Statistical Summary (Rs.in lakhs)
Sr.No. Year Expenditure Beneficiaries
1. 2012-13 55.00 77 Persons & 17 Inset.
2. 2013-14 55.00 77 Persons & 17 Inset.
3. 2014-15 55.00 77 Persons & 17 Inset.

Shahu, Phule, Ambedkar Dalit Vasti improvement & Development Derivation

Statistical Summary (Rs.in lakhs)
Sr.No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name of the Scheme Shahu, Phule, Ambedkar Dalit Vasti improvement & Development Derivation
Government Resolution Social Justice, Cultural Affairs & Special Assistance Department GR No. Davsu-2003/pra.kra.95/Mavak-2, date 17/02/2006
2. Funding by State
3. Scheme Objective Raising the standard of living of schedule Caste people to maintain, cleanliness in Dalit Vasti & their participations in abolishing social inequality And get involved in the inhabitants of the slums to sanitation and social inequality and work in rural areas to combat the problems of Dalit’s involved enthusiastically to destroy the village, such as giving the awards to the panchayats.
4. Beneficiary Category All Grampanchayat work for Backward Class.
5. Eligibility Criteria To destroy social inequality, SC, ST, SC VJNT, OBC should be to combat the problem and Grampanchayat work for their development.
6. Benefits Provided 1) On merit 3 Grampanchyat will be awarded on Panchayat Samiti level Committee award will be given as under.
  • First prize ₹ 25,000/-
  • Second prize ₹ 15,000/-
  • Third prize ₹ 10,000/-

2) On merit 3 Grampanchyat will be awarded on District level Committee award will be given as under.

  • First prize ₹ 5,00,000/-
  • Second prize ₹ 3,00,000/-
  • Third prize ₹ 2,00,000/-

3) On merit 1 Grampanchyat will be awarded on Revenue Divisional level Committee award will be given as under.

  • First prize ₹ 10,00,000/-

4) On merit 1 Grampanchyat will be awarded on State level Committee award will be given as under.

  • First prize ₹ 25,00,000/-
  • Second prize ₹ 15,00,000/-
  • Third prize ₹ 12,50,000/-
7. Application Process Concerned District Social Welfare Officer, Z.P.
8. Category of Scheme Social Reform
9. Contact Office District Social Welfare Officer concerned, Z.P.

Statistical Summary

(Rs.in lakhs)

Statistical Summary (Rs.in lakhs)
Sr.No. Year Expenditure Beneficiaries
1. 2012-13 140.30 1188
2. 2013-14 279.76 1188
3. 2014-15 77.06 1188

Ramai Awas (Gharkul) Scheme for SC & Nav-Buddha (urban and rural)

Commissioner of Social Welfare, Maharashtra State Pune-1 Mavak Branch
Sr.No. Scheme Detailed Information
1 Name of the Scheme Ramai Awas (Gharkul) Scheme for SC & Nav-Buddha

(urban and rural)
2 Govt. Resolution of the scheme Social Justice & special Assistance department
  • Gr. No. BCH-2008/Pra.Kra.36/Mavak-2, date 15/011/008
  • Gr. No. BCH-2009/Pra.Kra.159/Mavak-2, date 9/03/2010
  • Gr. No. BCH-2009/Pra.Kra.159/Mavak-2, date 6/08/2010
  • Gr. No. BCH-2009/Pra.Kra.159/Mavak-2, date 2/12/2010
  • Gr. No. BCH-2011/Pra.Kra.35/Mavak-2, date 14/03/2011
  • Gr. No. BCH-2009/Pra.Kra.159/Mavak-2, date 29/09/2011
  • Gr. No. raayo-2011/Pra.Kra.10/Bandhkame, date 18/07/2014
3 Funding by State
4 Scheme Objective To raised Stranded of living of SC and Nav-Buddha people in rural & urban areas. Their problem of dwelling may be solve, therefore on their own place, or raw houses up on build erection hard feet 269 square houses.
5 Beneficiary Category SC and Nav-Buddha
6 Eligibility Criteria
  • Beneficiaries must have lived 15 years in the state of Maharashtra.
  • The applicant's annual income limit is as under.
  • Rural Area- ₹100000 (Beneficiaries share Nil)
  • Municipal area ₹ 150000 (Beneficiaries share 7.5%)
  • Municipal Corporation ₹ 200000 (Beneficiaries share 10%)
  • Only one person of the family will get the benefit.
  • Applicant’s should have is own land.
  • Applicants should not have advantage of other govt. housing scheme.
  • Priority will be given BPL
6. Benefits Provided
  • The applicant's area wise benefit is as under.
  • Rural Area- ₹100000 (Beneficiaries share Nil)
  • Municipal area ₹ 150000 (Beneficiaries share 7.5%)
  • Municipal Corporation ₹ 200000 (Beneficiaries share 10%)
7. Application Process Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare / Project Director, District Rural Development Agency
8. Category of Scheme special Assistance
9. Contact Office Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare / Office / Project Director, District Rural Development Agency, the District Council / Municipal Commissioner concerned

Statistical Summary

(Rs.in lakhs)

Commissioner of Social Welfare, Maharashtra State Pune-1 Mavak Branch
Sr.No. Year Rural Urban
Expenditure Beneficiaries Expenditure Beneficiaries
1. 2012-13 31999.80 35853 1999.00 2030
2. 2013-14 23962.06 5115 1600.00 1000
3. 2014-15 23495.15 3193 738.28 3301

Development of SC and Nav-Buddha Vasti (Rural)

Commissioner of Social Welfare, Maharashtra State Pune-1 Mavak Branch
Sr.No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name of the Scheme Development of SC and Nav-Buddha Vasti (Rural)
Govt. Resolution of scheme Social Justice and the Department of Special Assistance
  • GR No.davasu-2008/prakra524 / VIGHYO, dated 14/11/2008
  • GR No. davasu 2011/prakra442/ajaka, Oct 5/12/2011
  • Govt.sudhdipatrak.No.davasu-2011/prakra442/ajaka,

dated 31/12/2011

  • GR No.davasu 2013/prakra .85/ajaka 1, date 1/08/2013
  • GR No.davasu 2015/ prakra 59/ajaka 1, date 27/ 05/2015
2. Funding by State
3. Scheme Objective And in the slums of factors are anucita Nav-Buddha payabhuta water feature is to make available through the scheme, water supply, Jodaraste, and the construction of roads under the SC and to the development of the neighborhood community house etc. and Nav-Buddha factors.
4. Beneficiary Category SC and Nav-Buddha
5. Eligibility Criteria State District Parishad determined by the provisions nirnayatila government survey parameters Nav-Buddha settlements and SC through the system and their declared under the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Nav-Buddha factors settlements in rural areas.
6. Benefits Provided SC and decided to grant the following amounts Nav-Buddha components of the population of each country.
No. Population Grants (₹Lakhs)
1 10 to 25 2.00
2 26 to 50 5.00
3 51 to 100 8.00
4 101 to 150 12.00
5 151 to 300 15.00
6 301 above 20.00
7. Application Process As per Master plan section by Z.P. Gram panchayat will submit work proposals to District Social Welfare Z.P. with recommendation of concern Block Development Officer.
8. Category of Scheme Economic development / special assistance
9. Contact Office District Social Welfare Officer, Z.P. concerned

Statistical Summary

(Rs.in lakhs)

Statistical Summary (Rs.in lakhs)
Sr.No. Year Expenditure Beneficiaries

(works)
1. 2012-13 38060.89 12412
2. 2013-14 75251.39 20000
3. 2014-15 62158.32 ----

Pre Recruitment Solder & Police Training for SC & Nav-Buddha Candidate

Commissioner of Social Welfare, Maharashtra State Pune-1 - Mavak Branch
Sr.No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name of the Scheme Pre Recruitment Solder & Police training for SC & Nav-Buddha Candidate
Govt. Resolution of scheme Social Justice and the Department of Special Assistance
  • GR No. EBC-2005/prakra78/mavaka 2,date 8/02/2006
  • Govt. shudhipatrak No.EBC-2012 / prakra .43 / Education 1, dated 9/03/2012
2. Funding by State
3. Scheme Objective To trained Scheduled Castes and Nav-Buddha Candidates for Solder & police recruitment.
4. Beneficiary Category SC and Nav-Buddha
5. Eligibility Criteria
  • Candidate should belong to SC & Nav-Buddha of the State of Maharashtra.
  • Candidate should be 18 to 25 years age group.
  • Candidates Height - 165 cm for Men’s and 155 cm for Women’s.
  • Chest men 79 cm (The whole chest 84 cm )
  • Academic qualifications - std. 12th pass
  • Caste certificate, a resident proof / Certificate, Employment Exchange registration certificate, copy of identity.
  • Candidate should be healthy and able.
6. Benefits Provided Selected students are provided free lodging & Boarding facility during training period. It also comes with free uniforms required for training.
7. Application Process The applicant should submit his application in plain paper toward Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare concerned district along with necessary documents.
8. Category of Scheme Employment / economic development
9. Contact Office Assistant Commissioner of the district social welfare related

Statistical Summary

(Rs.in lakhs)

Statistical Summary(Rs.in lakhs)
Sr.No. Year Expenditure Beneficiaries
1. 2012-13 100 1176
2. 2013-14 100 1176
3. 2014-15 100 1176

Grant in Aid to Old age home.

Commissioner of Social Welfare, Maharashtra State Pune-1 - Mavak Branch
Sr.No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name of the Scheme Grant in Aid to Old age home.
Govt. Resolution of the scheme Social Welfare Gr. No.1062-44945/N,date20/02/1961
2. Funding by State
3. Scheme Objective Old men and women who have completed 55 years of age through 60 years, the destitute, the disabled victims food, accommodation, resort, etc. facilities providing grants to NGOs for Old age Home.
4. Beneficiary Category General
5. Eligibility Criteria
  • Beneficiaries should be resident in the State of Maharashtra.
  • Old men age should be less than 60 years and women’s age 55 years of age
6. Benefits Provided Free lodging & Boarding & Medical Assistance
7. Application Process Related Old age home and subsidized organization, as well as relevant districts District Social Welfare Officer, Z.P. & Assistant Commissioner Social Welfare of concern district.
8. Category of Scheme special Assistance
9. Contact Office District Social Welfare Officer, ZP / Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare concern District.

Statistical Summary

(Rs.in lakhs)

Statistical Summary (Rs.in lakhs)
Sr.No. Year Expenditure Beneficiaries
1. 2012-13 170.87 1485
2. 2013-14 162.24 1485
3. 2014-15 86.82 1485

Machinery for Implementation of Protection of Civil Rights Act

PCR Branch,Commissioner of Social Welfare, Maharashtra State Pune-1
Sr. No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name of the Scheme Machinery for Implementation of Protection of Civil Rights Act
2. Govt. Resolution of scheme
  • Social Welfare, Cultural affairs, Sports & Tourism Department GR.No.UTA-1074/48348-V, date 27/12/1974
3. Funding by State & Central (50:50)
4. Scheme Objective Abolition of un touch ability and to the awakening of society
5. Beneficiary Category SC/ST/OBC/VJNT/Physically Disabled/Persons working in Unclean Occupation
6. Eligibility Criteria
7. Benefits Provided
  • Divisional workshops / Equality Council –

    Eradication of untouchability in each department working activists, for each department to work with the school's office at ₹ 50,000/- costs

  • Taluka level Camp: -

    Eradication of untouchability in each Taluka Gramsevak Talathi, Panchayat Samiti members etc. to Rs 12,000 a year for three courses held as subsidy are given Panchayat Samiti.

  • Village prize: - be given to each district in the heart of untouchability eradication classic work Village Prize. First prize amount of Rs 3000 / - and Second Prize in the amount of Rs 2000 / -
  • Essay writing contest: -

    In each school, Colleges an essay writing contest arranged by Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare on eradication of untouchability award is as under.

    First Prize- ₹1000/-

    Second Prize ₹ 750/-

    Third Prize ₹ 500/-

  • Speech Competition: -

    In each school, Colleges a essay writing contest arranged by Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare on eradication of untouchability award is as under.

    First Prize- ₹1000/-

    Second Prize ₹ 750/-

    Third Prize ₹ 500/-

8. Application Process District Social Welfare Officer, Assistant Commissioner related
9. Category of Scheme Social Remedies
10. Contact Office District Social Welfare Officer, Assistant Commissioner related

Statistical Summary

(Rs.in lakhs)

Statistical Summary (Rs.in lakhs)
Sr.No. Year Expenditure (State) Beneficiaries (Central) Expenditure Beneficiaries
1. 2012-13 46.04 677 63.32 376
2. 2013-14 13.21 950 13.11 950
3. 2014-15 28.67 441 31.68 268

Incentive given to Encourage Inter caste Marriages.

PCR Branch,Commissioner of Social Welfare, Maharashtra State Pune-1
Sr.No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name of the Scheme Incentive given to Encourage Inter caste Marriages.
2. Govt. Resolution of scheme
  • Social Welfare, Cultural Affairs, & Sports Department GR.No.UTA-1099/Pra.Kra.45/Mavak-2, date 30/01/1999
  • Social Welfare, Cultural Affairs, & Sports Department GR.No.CBC-1098/Pra.Kra.151/Mavak-5, date 7/5/1999
  • Social Justice, Cultural Affairs, Sports & Special Assistance Department GR.No.Ajavi 2003/pra.Kra.501/ Mavak-2, date 6/8/2004
  • Social Justice & Special Assistance Department GR.No.Ajavi 2007/pra.Kra.191/ Mavak-2, date 1/02/2010
3. Funding by State & Central (50:50)
4. Scheme Objective As a part of the eradication of untouchability, to promote & encouragement to Inter Caste marriages between Savarna, Hindu, and SC/ST/VJ/NT/SBC.
5. Beneficiary Category The upper permanent resident of Maharashtra, Hindu, Jain lingayat, Sikh and Scheduled Castes and Scheduled tribes, nomadic castes, nomadic tribes and to special backward category.
6. Eligibility Criteria
  • The person/couple should be the permanent resident of Maharashtra.
  • Beneficiaries / married couple, one should be belongs to SC ST, VJNT and SBC. (Caste certificates need to)
  • Beneficiary / married couple should submit marriage registration certificate.
  • The married couple, Male age should not be less than 21 years and female should not be below 18 years. (On / Brides of school leaving certificate)
  • Two Hon’ble persons recommendation letters.
  • Joint photo of the Couple.
  • In this regards the definition of inter Caste Marriage is Marriages between SC/ST/VJ/NT/SBC person’s and the other person should belongs to Savarna, Hidu Lingayat, Jain, Sikh Community.
7. Benefits Provided Inter-ethnic marriage Rs 50000 / - spouse's name combined draft.
8. Application Process The applicant / Married Couple should submit his/ her application personally in prescribed form to Concern District social welfare officer, z.p./ (for Mumbai City & Mumbai Upnagar Social Welfare officer, Bruhmumbai, Chembur) along with necessary documentary evidences.
9. Category of Scheme Social Reform
10 Contact Office Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare, Mumbai City & Urban

Statistical Summary (Rs.in lakhs)

Statistical Summary (Rs.in lakhs)
Sr.No. Year State Central
Expenditure Beneficiaries Expenditure Beneficiaries
1. 2012-13 729.23 2059 950.56 2260
2. 2013-14 1298.82 2598 1180.80 2362
3. 2014-15 1074.27 2100 1059.93 2084

Financial Assistance to victimize family/person of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes

PCR Branch,Commissioner of Social Welfare, Maharashtra State Pune-1
Sr.No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name of the Scheme Financial Assistance to victimize family/person of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled tribes
2. Govt. Resolution of scheme Social justice & Special Assistance Department GR. No. UTA- 2012/pra.Kra.259/samasu, dated 21/08/2013
3. Funding by State & Central (50:50)
4. Scheme Objective To rehabilitate the victimized SC/ ST family members by providing financial assistance the them.
5. Beneficiary Category SC and ST
6. Eligibility Criteria Affected person /family should belong to SC/ ST. The FIR should be registered under Protection Civil Right Act, 1955 and Atrocity Act, 1989 revise rule 1995.
7. Benefits Provided Monetary relief is to be sanctioned victims at atrocity as per scale laid down below.
No. Particular Amounts in ₹
1 Death per each person killed in family from 500000
2 Permanent incapacitation per each member in family from 500000
3 Temporary incapacitation from 80000
4 Grievous hurt short of incapacitation 60000
5 Rape 120000
6 Loss of home Build the home by brick & stone
7 Loss of immovable property 60000
8 Loss of earning assets like a vehicle, a boat or cutter, etc. 60000
8. Application Process After receiving FIR under Protection of Civil Rights Act of 1955, and Atrocity Act, 1989, the Assistant Commissioner Social welfare sanction the amount to victimized SC/ST persons of the family. With the help of vigilance committee of the concern district.
9. Category of Scheme Social reform
10 Contact Office Assistant Commissioner of Social Welfare related district

Statistical Summary

(Rs.in lakhs)

Statistical Summary (Rs.in lakhs)
No. Years State Central
Expenditure Beneficiaries Expenditure Beneficiaries
1. 2012-13 106.74 456 103.95 227
2. 2013-14 482.59 478 381.07 871
3. 2014-15 413.38 1538 411.70 1538

Assistance to newly married couples under the Kanyadan Yojana

PCR Branch,Commissioner of Social Welfare, Maharashtra State Pune-1
Sr.No. Scheme Detailed Information
1. Name of the Scheme Assistance to newly married couples under the Kanyadan Yojana
2. Govt. Resolution of scheme
3. Funding by State
4. Scheme Objective Backward class family (SC/VJ/NT/SBC) may attract Collective wedding event & Various NGOs come forward to arrange Collective wedding Ceremony.
5. Beneficiary Category SC/NB/VJ/NT/SBC
6. Eligibility Criteria
  • Bride groom and required residents of the state of Maharashtra on.
  • Bride groom should not be less than 18 years of age and 21 years
  • Caste certificate in their favour should be issued by Competent Authority.
  • This grant will be permissible for the bride and groom's first marriage.
  • Bride / groom or both should belong to SC/VJ/NT/SBC category.
  • The couple / their family should submit an Affidavit regarding violation of any Section under Dowry Prevention Act and Prevention of Child Marriage Act.
  • NGO should be registered; NGO should arrange collective wedding ceremony consisting at list 20 couples.
7. Benefits Provided
  • Collective marriages or couples who participants married in the ceremony the couple will get Rs 10,000 / - as financial assistance.
  • Collective ceremony organized agency / organizations will be given Rs 2000/-grant for each couple.
  • Financial assistance is permissible only for the first marriage, however, the widow of another woman the benefit of the scheme.
8. Application Process NGO should collect participating couple along with all require document submit their e proposal (Consisting at list 20 couples) to concerned Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare.
9. Category of Scheme Social Reform
10. Contact Office Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare relevant district

Statistical Summary

(Rs.in lakhs)

Statistical Summary(Rs.in lakhs)
Sr.No. Year SC VJNT/SBC
Expenditure Beneficiaries Expenditure Beneficiaries
1. 2012-13 410.48 3420 118.44 987
2. 2013-14 197.40 1644 37.06 309
3. 2014-15 162.03 1350 22.68 189

To Start Government Hostels for Backward Class boys and girls

Branch offices - Education, Social Welfare Commissionerate, Maharashtra, Pune
Sr.No Plan Detail information
1. Name of scheme To Start Government Hostels for Backward Class boys and girls
2 Type scheme State Level
3 Purpose of the scheme To provide education and higher education in the weaker section of backward class students in the society. For these purpose these government hostels are started. This scheme is started from the year 1922. Now there are old 271 and new 103 girls and boys hostels working in the Maharashtra State at District & Taluka. Level. Out of them here are 208 boy’s hostels and 159 girl’s hostels running in the State and 32988 students are availing benefits of this scheme.
4 The scheme is applicable to the category SC / Vimukta / Nomadic tribes / Other magapravarga / category Special Backward / disability / sweeper
5 Terms of major scheme
  • Students are given admission in the hostels on basis of merit.
  • Student should be resident of Maharashtra State.
  • Annual income of the parents of the student should be not more than Rs. 2,00,000.
  • Students who are studying in the 8th Std and above 8th Std. should apply for the hostel.
  • Student who has studying in school should by online method apply for hostel before 15th May and college students should be applying before 30th June.
  • From the year 2015-16, on government level 10% of the total vacant seats are filled from special quota according to terms and condition.
6 Given the nature of the benefit
  • Free accommodation, food, cloths, library & other facilities are provided to these students admitted in hostels.
  • Per year 2 uniforms are provided to the school students.
  • Educational text books and stationary are provided.
  • Medical and Engineering students are provided free educational kits according to their course like stethoscope, drawing board, apron, boiler suits and for arts students color, drawing board, brush and canvas etc.
  • Hostel students are availing facility of daily expenses as below__
  • Regional level per month to Rs 800 / -
  • District level per month to Rs 600 / -
  • Taluka level per month to Rs 500 / -
7 method to apply online https://mahaeschol.maharashtra.gov.in
8 classification scheme Education
9 Name Office Contact Concerned Regional Deputy Commissioner, Social Welfare and Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare and Warden, backward class boys and girls hostel.

Statistical Information

Statistical Information
Sr.No. Year Expenditure Beneficiaries
1 2012-13 1552429 30227
2 2013-14 2275755 31169
3 2014-15 2355534 35516

Division level 1000 capacity Backward class boys and girls hostel.

Branch offices - Education, Social Welfare Commissioner, Maharashtra, Pune
Sr. No Plan Detail information
1 Name of scheme Division level 1000 capacity Backward class boys and girls hostel.
2 type scheme State / central Level
3 purpose of the scheme According to increased different higher educational institutes higher education level of Scheduled caste and Navbouddha government hostels are less in the State. Due to this these SC/ Navbouddha students are not getting admission the Government Hostel. According to this 1000 students capacity division level hostel each hostel for 1 region, government decided to start 7 division level hostels in the year 2007. Because of this decision backward students get admission in the hostel and these students completed their higher education. On division level there are 4 units of 250 students capacity and among this 4 unit 1 unit is for girl hostel. Because of starting this division level hostel 5250 boys and 1750 girl’s seats are ready for the hostel admission.
4 The scheme is applicable to the category SC / ST / Nomadic tribes / Other Backward class / special backward class / disabled
5 Terms of major scheme
  • Students are admitted in the hostels on basis of merit.
  • Student should be resident of Maharashtra State.
  • Annual income of the parents of the student should not be more than 2,00,000.
  • Student who are studying in the 8th Std and above 8th Std. are able to apply for the hostel.
  • Students who are studying in school should apply for hostel before 15th May and college students should apply before 30th June.
  • From the year 2015-16, on government level 10% of the total vacant seats are filled from special quota according to terms and condition.
6 Given the nature of the benefit
  • Free accommodation, food, cloths, library and many other facilities are provided to these students.
  • Per year 2 uniforms are provided to the admitted students.
  • Educational books and stationary are provided.
  • Medical and Engineering students are provided free educational kits according to their course like stethoscope, drawing board, apron, boiler suits and for art students color, drawing board, brush and canvas etc. are provided.
  • Admitted Hostel students are availing daily expenses facility as below
  • Regional level per month to Rs 800 / -
  • District level per month to Rs 600 / -

    Taluka level per month to Rs 500 / -

7 method to apply online https://mahaeschol.maharashtra.gov.in
8 classification scheme educational
9 Name Office Contact Concerned Regional Deputy Commissioner, Social Welfare and Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare and Warden, backward class boys and girls hostel.

Branch office

Branch offices - Education, Social Welfare Commissioner, Maharashtra, Pune
S R No Plan Detail information
1.40 Name of scheme To start 100 residential school on Taluka level for scheduled caste and Navbouddha.
2 type scheme State
3 purpose of the scheme Because of financial clashes scheduled caste and Navbouddha boys and girls are not benefited their primary and secondary education. To facilitate primary and secondary education to these students government decide to start one Taluka level residential school. Among these 353 Taluka level residential school government sanctioned 100 residential schools and out of this today 79 residential school are working in the State.

In these residential school students of scheduled caste and Navbouddha are given admission for the Std. 6th to 10th. From June 2011 Std. Vth to Std. VII class are started in the residential school and from the academic year 2012-13 Std. 8th class and after that according to natural growth Std. 9th and Std. 10th classes are started.
4 The scheme is applicable to the category SC / ST / Nomadic tribes / Other Backward class / special backward class / disabled
5 Terms of major scheme
  • Students are admitted in the residential on basis of merit.
  • Student should belong scheduled caste.
  • Student should be resident of Maharashtra State.
  • Annual income of the parents of the student should be not more than 2,00,000.
6 Given the nature of the benefit In the residential school students are benefited with free residence, food, library and other educational facilities.
7 method to apply online https://mahaeschol.maharashtra.gov.in
8 classification scheme Educational
9 Name Office Contact Concerned Regional Deputy Commissioner, Social Welfare and Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare and Block Development Officer, Panchayat Samittee and Education Officer (secondary) Zillah Parishad.

To start 100 residential school on Taluka level for scheduled caste and Navbouddha.

Branch offices - Education, Social Welfare Commissioner, Maharashtra, Pune
Sr.No. Plan Detail information
1 Name of scheme To start 100 residential school on taluka level for scheduled caste and navbouddha.
2 type scheme State
3 purpose of the scheme Because of financial clashes scheduled caste and navbouddha boys and girls are not benefited their primary and secondary education. To facilate primary and secondary education to these students government decide to start one taluka level residential school. Among these 353 taluka level residential school government sanctioned 100 residential schools and out of this today 79 residential school are working in the State.

In these residential school students of scheduled caste and navbouddha are given admission for the std. VIth to Xth. From June 2011 std. Vth to Std. VII class are started in the residential school and from the academic year 2012-13 std. VIIIth class and after that according to natural growth Std.IXth and std.Xth classes are started.
4 The scheme is applicable to the category SC / ST / Nomadic Tribes / Other Backward class / special backward class / disabled
5 Terms of major scheme
  • Students are admitted in the residential on basis of merit.
  • Student should belong scheduled caste.
  • Student should be resident of Maharashtra State.
  • Annual income of the parents of the student should be not more than 2,00,000.
6 Given the nature of the benefit In the residential school students are benefited with free residence, food, library and other educational facilities.
7 method to apply online mahaeschol.maharashtra.gov.in
8 classification scheme Educational
9 Name Office Contact Concerned Regional Deputy Commissioner, Social Welfare and Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare and Block Development Officer, Panchyat Samittee and Education Officer (secondary) Zillha Parishad.

To start Division Level ITI., for boys and girls of scheduled caste and Navbouddha.

Branch offices - Education, Social Welfare Commissioner, Maharashtra, Pune
S R No Plan Detail information
1 Name of scheme To start Division Level I.T.I., for boys and girls of scheduled caste and Navbouddha.
2 type scheme State
3 purpose of the scheme To facilitate scheduled caste and Navbouddha students with technical and vocational courses in government I.T.I. There are more applications are received for these government I.T.I. courses. Because of this scheduled caste and Navbouddha students are not getting technical and professional educational courses. Seeing all this government decided to division high level government I.T.I. institutes.
4 The scheme is applicable to the category SC / ST / Nomadic tribes / Other Backward class / special backward class / disabled
5 Terms of major scheme
  • Students are given admission in the residential on basis of merit.
  • Student should belong scheduled caste.
  • Student should be resident of Maharashtra State.
  • Annual income of the parents of the student should be not more than 2,00,000.
6 Given the nature of the benefit Students are facilitated with free residence, food, training of technical and vocational courses. Total 12 technical and vocational courses are teaching in theses institute. Theses technical courses are observed and attached by National Professional training Centre, New Delhi. These institutes are controlled by Director of Professional and Technical Education, Maharashtra State, Mumbai.
7 method to apply Concerned Principal of Government I.T.I.,
8 classification scheme Technical and Professional Education.
9 Name Office Contact Concerned Principal of Government I.T.I.,

Statistical Summary

(Rs.in lakhs)

Statistical Information
Sr no Year Expenditure Beneficiary
1 2012-13 526177 9502
2 2013-14 1632611 9952
3 2014-15 546758 10082

Commissioner, Social Welfare, Maharashtra State, Pune

Commissioner, Social Welfare, Maharashtra State, Pune
Sr. No Name Designation Office Number E-mail ID
1 M M Atram Commissioner 26122652 comm.socwelfare@maharashtra.gov.in
2 M M Atram Addl Commissioner 26121588 mmatram.jd@gmail.com
3 S G Patil Jt. Commissioner( Edu ) 26137186 directorsocialwelfare@yahoo.co.in
4 P V Patole Jt. Commissioner( SCSP ) 26125604 jdscsp.socialwelfare@maharashtra.gov.in
5 D G Sasturkar Dy. Commissioner( Edu ) 26127569 sakalyangovthostel@gmail.com
6 L B Mahajan Dy. Commissioner( Est ) 26129252 sakalyanpuneest@gmail.com
7 P B Bachav Dy Commissioner( Planning ) 26120119 sakalyanpuneniyojan@gmail.com
8 P B Bachav Dy Commissioner ( PCR ) 26126307 sakalyanpunenahas@gmail.com
9 Smt A S Kadu Dy Commissioner ( Statistics ) 26125604
10 Smt A D Deshmane Dy Commissioner ( Audit ) 26126562
11 Smt Swati Ithape Asst. Commissioner ( Est ) 26122752 sakalyanpuneest@gmail.com
12 Smt S H Gade Research Officer ( PCR ) 26120560 sakalyanpunenahas@gmail.com
13 Smt S H Gade Asst. Commissioner ( Co-operation ) 26120560 sakalyanpunenahas@gmail.com
14 Kailas Adhe Asst. Commissioner ( Edu ) 26127569 sakalyanaidedhostel@gmail.com
15 Umesh Ghule Asst. Commissioner ( O & M ) 26126698 sakalyanpunervka@gmail.com
16 Smt Shobha Kulkarni Asst. Commissioner ( Vyasanmukti ) 26137019
17 Smt Gholve Special Officer ( GoI ) 26137186 directorsocialwelfare@yahoo.co.in
18 Shri Vorkate Accounts Officer ( Loan ) 26122752
19 Smt Sarika Borkar Law officer 26122752
20 Smt S P Veer Law Officer 26122752
21 Shri Namdeo Walkoli P R O 26124147 walkolinamdev@gmail.com

Regional Dy. Commissioners, Social Welfare

Regional Dy. Commissioners, Social Welfare
Sr. No Division Name STD Code Office Number E-mail ID
1 Pune Smt Vijaya Pawar 020 24445925 dswopu@yahoo.com
2 Mumbai Y S More 022 27576805 dswomdiv@yahoo.in
3 Nashik K N Gawale 0253 2236048 divnswnsk@yahoo.co.in
4 Aurangabad Jitendra Walvi 0240 2331538 dswaurangabad@yahoo.com
5 Amravati Deepak Wadkute 0721 2550687 dswoamravati@gmail.com
6 Latur L I Waghmare 02382 223378 dswoltr@gmail.com
7 Nagpur Madhav Zod 0712 2546659 dswonagpurdivision@gmail.com

Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare - District Level

Assistant Commissioner, Social Welfare - District Level
Sr. No District Name STD Code Office Number Email ID
1 Mumbai City Smt S. S. Shere 022 25275073 mumbaicityspldswo@yahoo.com
2 Mumbai Suburban Avinash Devsatwar 022 25222023 spldswo_mumsub@yahoo.co.in
3 Thane Ujwala Sapkale 022 25341359 spdswot@gmail.com
4 Raigad Avinash Devsatwar 02141 222288 socialwelfareraigads@yahoo.com
5 Ratnagiri A S Banne 02352 230957 acsworatnagiri@gmail.com
6 Sindhudurg J M Chacharkar 02362 228882 spswo-sindhudurg@mhsj.gov.in
7 Nashik Smt Vandana Kochure 0253 2236059 dswonashik@gmail.com
8 Dhule Smt Vaishali Hinge 02562 241812 s.d.s.w.o.dhule@gmail.com
9 Nandurbar Rakesh Mahajan 02564 210025 sdswo_ndr@yahoo.in
10 Jalgaon Rakesh Patil 0257 2263328 dswojalgaon5@gmail.com
11 ahmednagar Madhav Wagh 0241 2329378 spldswo.nagar@gmail.com
12 Pune Avinash Shinde 020 24456336 spldswop@gmail.com
13 Satara R A Kadampatil 02162 234246 sdswosatara@gmail.com
14 Sangli R N Dewade 0233 2374739 sdswosangli@gmail.com
15 Solapur Nagesh Chaugule 0217 2734950 sdswospr@gmail.com
16 Kolhapur Vijaykumar Gaikwad 0231 2651318 sdswoko@gmail.com
17 Amravati D D Phiske 0721 2661261 speldswo_amt@rediffmail.com
18 Buldhana N C Dhage 07262 242245 socialwelfare.buldana63@gmail.com
19 Akola Sharda Chavan 0724 2426438 sdswo_akl@rediffmail.com
20 Washik M G Wat 07252 235399 sdswo_washim@yahoo.in
21 Yeotmal Vijay Salve 07232 242035 spldswo.yml@gmail.com
22 Nagpur Mangesh Wankhade 0712 2555178 sdswo.nagpur@gmail.com
23 Wardha Babasaheb Deshmukh 07152 243331 sdswo123wrd@gmail.com
24 Bhandara Devsudan Dhargawe 07184 252608 swobhv1@gmail.com
25 Gondiya Jadhav 07182 234117 sdswo_gondia@hotmail.com
26 Chandrapur Prasad Kulkanri 07172 253198 chasdswo@gmail.com
27 Gadchiroli Vinod Mohature 07132 222192 sdswog@gmail.com
28 Aurangabad Jalil Shaikh 0240 2402391 spldswoaurangabad@yahoo.com
29 Jalna Smt Sangita Makrand 02482 225172 spldswo_jalna@yahoo.in
30 Beed R M Shinde 02442 222672 spldswo_beed@yahoo.in
31 Parbhani T L Malwadkar 02452 220595 spldswo_parbhani@yahoo.in
32 Latur R S Dane 02382 258485 acswlatur@gmail.com
33 Nanded B N Veer 02462 285477 acswnanded@gmail.com
34 Hingoli C K Kulal 02456 223702 acswhingoli@gmail.com
35 Osmanabad Ravindra Kadam 02472 222014 dswo2000@yahoo.com

District Social Welfare Officer, Zilla Parishad

District Social Welfare Officer, Zilla Parishad
Sr. No District Name STD Code Office Number Email ID
1 Mumbai City N L Sukalikar 022 25232385
2 Thane Balbheem Shinde 022 25448677 swdzpthane@gmail.com
3 Palghar Chandrakant Patil 022
4 Raigad Sandeep Yadav 02141 222079 raigadswo@yahoo.in
5 Ratnagiri Mhaske 02352 222391 swozprtn@yohoo.in
6 Sindhudurg Milind Jadhav 02362 228741 swozpsindhudurga@gmail.com
7 Nashik Satish Walvi 0253 2502251 dswozpnashik@rediffmail.com
8 Dhule V A Patil 02562 229470 dswozpdhule@gmail.com
9 Nandurbar Suresh Padvi 02564 210238 swozpnandubar@gmail.com
10 Jalgaon Smt Prachi Waje 0257 2240161 swozpjalgaon@gmail.com
11 Ahamdnagar Pradeep Bhogale 0241 2356286 swo.zp.ahmadnagar@gmail.com
12 Pune Sanjay Kadam 020 26131774 zppunesw@yahoo.com
13 Satara Satish Kale 02162 228764 swozpsatara@yahoo.com
14 Sangli Sachin Kaule 0233 2372714 swdzp_sangli@yahoo.com
15 Solapur Nagesh Chaugule 0217 2722557 zpsolapurswo@gmail.com
16 Kolhapur S K Wasave 0231 2656445 swozpkop@gmail.com
17 Amravati B R Chavan 0721 2662059 swozpamt@gmail.com
18 Buldhana R M Bharad 07262 242320 swozpbuldana@gmail.com
19 Akola Smt Maya Kedar 0724 2435779 swozpakola@gmail.com
20 Washim A M Yavalikar 07252 231017 swozpwashim@gmail.com
21 Yeotmal Smt Jaya Raut 07232 244463 swozpyeotmal@gmail.com
22 Nagpur Siddharth Gaikwad 0712 2564324 swozpngp@gmail.com
23 Wardha Smt Deepa Herode 07152 242783 swozpwardha@gmail.com
24 Bhandra Avinash Ramteke 07184 252367 swozpb@gmail.com
25 Gondiya S G Pandam 07182 233291 swozpgondia@rediffmail.com
26 Chandrapur Smt B S Atram 07172 255933 swozpchandrapur@gmail.com
27 Gadchiroli Smt B S Atram 07132 222329 swozpgadchiroli@gmail.com
28 Aurangabad Sachin Madhavi 0240 2331571 swozpaurangabad@gmail.com
29 Jalna Smt S R Makrand 02482 225020 zpjalnaswo@gmail.com
30 Beed Tumbare 02442 222388 swozpbeed@gmail.com
31 Parbhani Raju Edake 02452 241893 anilmwaghmare089@gmail.com
32 Latur Smt A S Gadekar 02382 255092 akangire.s@gmail.com
33 Nanded Sunil Khamitkar 02462 245100 swo_zpnnd@yahoo.com
34 Hingoli A V Kumbhargave 02456 222477 makranddswozphng@gmail.com
35 Osmanabad S K Mingire 02472 227649 swozposmanabad2011@gmail.com
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