Telangana: Tribal Welfare Schemes

  1. Kalyan Lakshmi Scheme

With a view to alleviate financial distress in the families of Scheduled Tribes, the Government launched an innovative scheme called “Kalyana Lakshmi” under which financial assistance of Rs.51,000/- shall be paid to every ST unmarried girl of 18 years and above age at the time of marriage which parental income shall not exceed Rs.2.00lakhs per annum.

  1. Komaram Bheem memorial

In memory of the brave Gond tribal leader who fought against the Nizams under the slogan “Jal, Jameen, Jungal” the Govt. sanctioned construction of Komram Bheem Smriti Chihanam and also development of Jodeghat village as Tribal Cultural Hub and Tourism Center, at an outlay of Rs.50.00 Crores.

  1. Constructions of High schools in RIAD areas

The scheme is intended to provide infrastructural facilities to high schools in the RIAD areas.

  1. Buildings for schools complexes

The objective of the scheme is to provide dormitories, post matric hostels, staff quarters in ashram schools and improvement of PMRC buildings in ITDAs.

  1. Hostel Buildings for 8 Degree colleges in Remote Interior Area Development (RIAD) Areas

The scheme is intended to provide hostel buildings for Post – Matric ST students studying in (3) degree colleges in the RIAD areas. Each degree college will have (1) boys hostels and (1) girls hostels.

  1. Residential Junior Colleges for Girls in Remote Interior Area Development (RIAD) Areas

This scheme is intended to provide infrastructure in RJC girl students studying in residential junior colleges in the RIAD.

  1. Construction of Buildings for Ashram schools for STs G/B in Naxal affected Areas

The objective of the scheme is construction of buildings (new/additional accommodation) to integrated Hostels, Post Matric Hostels and Ashram Schools which are in private accommodation.

  1. Educational Infrastructure

The scheme is intended to provide YTCs, ATWO offices, Staff Quarter for education institutions etc.

  1. Constructions of Roads under NABARD Programme

The objective of the scheme is to provide road connectivity in tribal areas with financial assistance from NABARD.

  1. Construction of buildings for Integrated Residential Schools

The objective of this scheme is to provide additional infrastructure for Ashram High School and Residential Schools in tribal areas with financial assistance from NABARD, Trench XVIII and XIX .

  1. Construction of Godowns and Storage Points

This scheme is intended to provide Godowns /Storage Points for GCC, for supply of daily requirement through PDs to STs living in tribal areas and supply of food provision to ST education institutions.

  1. Works under Medaram Jathara

Under this scheme, all infrastructural works there are required for the conduct of biggest Tribal Jathara “ Sammakka Saralamma Jathara” being held once in (Two) years at Medaram (v) in Warangal District will be taken up.

Source: Tribal Welfare Department

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