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Telangana Scheduled Castes Cooperative
Development Corporation Limited, Hyderabad
RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT
5th FLOOR, D.S.S. BHAVAN, MASAB TANK
HYDERABAD - 500028
Telangana Scheduled Castes Cooperative Development
Corporation Limited, Hyderabad
Right to Information Act
S.No Subject Page No.
1 Organization, functions of the SC Corporation 1-17
2 Powers and duties of Officers and Employees 18-19
3 Decision making, process including channels of supervision and
4 Norms set for the discharge of functions 21-22
5 Rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records under control and
used by employees for discharging functions 23
6 The Registers of documents that are under control 24
7 Particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultations with, or
representation by, the members of the public 25
8 The Boards, Councils, Committees and other bodies 26-27
9 Directory of the Officers and Employees 28
10 Monthly remuneration of Officers and Employees 29
11 Budget allocation including Plan 30-33
12 Execution of subsidy program 34-62
13 Recipients of concession, permits or authorization granted 63
14 Information available produced in an electronic form 64
15 Facilities available to citizens for obtaining information and working hours
16 Names and designations of public information officers 68-71
17 Maintenance of Records 72
Telangana Scheduled Castes Cooperative Development Corporation Limited, Hyderabad
Right to Information Act
Chapter - 1 Organization, Functions and Duties
[Section 4(1) (b) (i)]
1. Establishment of the Corporation
Vision of SC Corporation
The primary duty of the Corporation is to undertake the tasks of economic upliftment of the members of the Scheduled Castes in the
State. The prime objective of the Corporation is as follows:
i. The Corporation shall plan, promote, undertake and assist programmes of Agricultural Development, Animal Husbandry,
Marketing, processing, supply and storage of Agricultural
products, Small scale industry, village industry, cottage industry,
trade business or any other activity which will enable the
members of the Scheduled Castes to earn a better living and help
them to improve their standards of living.
ii. To undertake a programme for setting up employment oriented industries, cottage and small scale industries, village industries
etc., by providing technical managerial assistance, financial
assistance and any other form of assistance which may be
required in achieving the above objective including providing the
necessary financial guarantees to institutions on behalf of the
iii. To provide facilities for survey, research or study of the problems relating to cottage and village industries, small business
to assess potentialities of village, cottage and small scale
industries and scope of their development with a view to promote
such industries and business for the purpose of providing
employment to the members of the Scheduled Castes.
The erstwhile AP Scheduled Castes Co-op Finance Corporation Ltd, Hyderabad, was set up in the year 1974 with 23 Dist SC
Societies in the undivided State of Telangana.
Pursuant to the Andhra Pradesh Reorganization Act, 2014, APSCCFC Ltd has been bifurcated into two entities and TSCCDC
Ltd has been created for the State of Telangana with 10 Dist SC
Societies, w.e.f. 02-06-2014.
The Government of Telangana have created 21 new Districts from out of (10) erstwhile Districts and that the total (31) Districts were
came functioning w.e.from 11.10.2016 in the State of Telangana.
Share holding pattern is in the ratio of 51:49 between State Govt. and Govt. of India.
The State of Telangana is having 54,08,800 SC population (15.45%) out of total population of 3,50,03,674 as per 2011 census.
Schemes being taken up include Purchase of Agricultural Lands, Bore Wells, Tube Wells, Filter points, Pump sets, Pipe Lines,
Energization under Minor Irrigation Schemes, Schemes under A.H
Sector, Horticulture Sector & ISB sector with special emphasis on
Vulnerable sections like Scavengers / Safai Karamcharis, Bonded
Labour, Flayers & Tanners, Jogins etc, besides various training
Since inception (1974-75), about Rs.3068.12 Cr have been spent through SC Corporation benefiting around 19.35 lakhs
beneficiaries (upto 31.03.2018). The average spend is around
Rs.71.35 Cr per annum.
II. Loan Waiver & Change of Policy
During 2008-09, the then Government have announced LOAN WAIVER SCHEME benefiting 6,18,632 SC beneficiaries and waived
Rs.357.37 Cr loans pertaining to loans under Margin Money / NSFDC /
NSKFDC in Telangana.
In the light of the above loan waiver, as there is no scope of recovery from beneficiaries, the Government have taken responsibility to repay
the outstanding loans to NSFDC / NSKFDC and re-paid all the pending
loan dues to NSFDC / NSKFDC.
The Government have dispensed with the lending policy and limited its role as felicitator.
During 2008-09 (after waiver of the loans), the Government have changed the role of SC Corporation from lending agency to that of
facilitator for providing subsidy @ 50% of the unit cost or Rs.30,000/-
whichever is less. Accordingly, the subsidy portion was increased
from Rs.10,000/- to Rs.30,000/- for sanction of economic support
schemes with the Loan linkage from the Banks.
Government have brought out in SCSP / TSP Act No. 1 of 2013 on planning, allocation and utilization of financial resources for
transparency and accountability for the economic, educational and
human development of SCs during the year 2013-14. The Act
facilitates allocation of more funds to SC Corporation for taking up
economic support schemes in a more focused way for ensuring
economic empowerment through sustainable livelihood to SC
individuals and groups. The Government have further strengthened the
existing SCSP programme bringing SC Special Development Fund
(SCSDF) into light for effective implementation of schemes /
programme meant for Scheduled Caste.
The Government have issued G.O.Ms.No.38, SCD (SCP) Dept.,
dt.28.08.2018, modifying the subsidy pattern of the Economic Support
Scheme, to the SC beneficiaries from 2018-19 inserting 100% subsidy
for the unit cost upto Rs.50,000/- without bank linkage.
Scheme Subsidy Bank Loan / Others
Land Purchase Scheme &
Minor Irrigation 100 % Nil
development & Skill up
Initiatives & other schemes
100 % Nil
Petty ESS unit upto
Rs.50,000/- 100 % Nil
Bank linked Self-
100% (for unit cost upto Rs.50,000/-) Nil
80% (for unit cost upto 1.00 lakh) Balance as bank loan /
70% (for unit cost upto 2.00 lakhs)
60% (limited to 5.00 lakhs for unit
cost from 2.01 lakhs to 12.00 lakhs)
The following scheme is under Chief Ministers Entrepreneurship Development Programme.
Schemes with Bank
1) 60% or Rs.5.00 lakhs subsidy
whichever is less on the unit cost upto
2) 5.00 lakhs or 35% subsidy,
whichever is maximum on the unit
cost upto Rs.25.00 lakhs
3) 35% or 50.00 lakhs whichever is
less on the unit cost above Rs.25.00
III. SC Corporation Action Plan 2018-19
Corporation has formulated an Action Plan for the FY 2018-19 to provide assistance to 77018 beneficiaries with an outlay of Rs.2110.54
Cr, with the Corporation subsidy of Rs.1488.38 crores as per the State
Land Purchase Scheme with One Year Crop Assistance is planned to implement as a flagship programme with 100% subsidy and without
any contribution from the beneficiaries and also without bank linkages.
To take up viable and feasible asset-oriented economic support schemes which can generate sustainable income with the unit cost
ranging from Rs.0.50 lakh to Rs.12.00 lakhs under Self- Employment /
Economic Support Schemes.
Government has created a provision for the schemes upto the unit cost of Rs.50,000/- towards 100% subsidy without linking of Bank finance.
Under this, the persons who wanted to run small Petty activities under
ISB Sector will be directly benefitted with 100% subsidy.
To give priority for the poorest of poor (PoP) SC households including the vulnerable sections like Tanners and Flayers, Cobblers, Safai
Karamacharies, Jogins, Bonded labour etc.
To focus on providing 20% approved work as Working Capital finance by way of revolving fund as loan with 2% interest to the upcoming
Civil Construction Contractors and Commodity Supply Contractors
who cannot capable of taking up contract works by