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Template:Split This is a list of Other Backward Classes (OBCs) in India, based on the central list maintained by the National Commission for Backward Classes. It does not reflect the state lists, which can differ significantly. The OBCs are historically disadvantaged groups that are given certain preferences in the spheres of education and employment under a system of positive discrimination. The OBC lists change periodically, with communities being classified and declassified.

A community identified as a nationally-recognized OBC in this list, may be so recognized only in some Indian states and even only in some areas of some states, and that the same community in other Indian states or areas may not be deemed an OBC. Occasionally, it is not an entire community that is thus classified but rather some parts within it.

ListEdit

The current list of centrally recognized OBC's is maintained by the National Commission for Backward Classes (NCBC).[1]

Officially-designated Other Backward Classes are:

Official name(s) as OBC Regions
where
have
OBC status
Designation Notes
Karen Andaman and Nicobar[2]1 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Local Borns Andaman and Nicobar[2]2 12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011
Bhatus Andaman and Nicobar[2]3 12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011
Moplas Andaman and Nicobar[2]4 12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011
Post 1942 Bengali Settlers settled in the Island under various rehabilitation schemes of the Government of India Andaman and Nicobar[2]5 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Agnikulakshatriya

Palli
Vadabalija
Bestha
Jalari
Gangavar
Gangaputra
Goondla
Vanyakulakshtriya
Vannekapu
Vannereddi
Pallikapu
Pallireddi
Nayyala
Pattapu

Andhra Pradesh[3]1 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Balasanthu,

Bahurupi

Andhra Pradesh[3]2 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Bandara Andhra Pradesh[3]3 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Budabukkala Andhra Pradesh[3]4 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Rajaka,

Chakali,
Vannar

Andhra Pradesh[3]5 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Dasari ( formerly engaged in Bhikshatana) Andhra Pradesh[3]6 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/96/94-BCC 9 March 1996

Dommara Andhra Pradesh[3]7 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Gangiredlavaru Andhra Pradesh[3]8 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Jangam whose traditional occupation is begging Andhra Pradesh[3]9 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Jogi Andhra Pradesh[3]10 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Katipapala Andhra Pradesh[3]11 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Korcha, Koracha Andhra Pradesh[3]12 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Medari or Mahendra Andhra Pradesh[3]13 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Mondivaru

Mondibanda
Banda

Andhra Pradesh[3]14 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Nayi-Brahmin(Mangali, Mangala, Bhajanthri) Andhra Pradesh[3]15 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/96/94-BCC 9 March 1996
12011/ 44/99-BCC 21 September 2000

Deleted Andhra Pradesh[3]16 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Vamsha Raj Andhra Pradesh[3]17 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/96/94-BCC 9 March 1996

Pamula Andhra Pradesh[3]18 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Pardhi ( Mirshikari, Nirshikari ) Andhra Pradesh[3]19 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Pambala Andhra Pradesh[3]20 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Peddammavandlu,

Devaravandlu,
Yellammavandlu,
Mutyalammavandlu

Andhra Pradesh[3]21 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Veeramushti (Neetikotala),

Veerabhadreeya

Andhra Pradesh[3]22 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Valmiki

Boya
( Boya Bedar,
Kirataka Nishadi,
Yellapi, Yellapu/Yellapondlu,
Pedda Boya )
Talayari,
Chunduvallu

Andhra Pradesh[3]23 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95 –BCC 15 May 1995
12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

Gudala Andhra Pradesh[3]24 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kanjara-Bhatta Andhra Pradesh[3]25 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kinthala Kalinga,

Buragana Kalinga,
Buragam Kalinga,
Pandiri Kalinga,
Kalinga

Andhra Pradesh[3]26 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/96/94-BCC 9 March 1996
12011/1/2007-BCC 9 July 2010
12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Kepmare or Reddika Andhra Pradesh[3]27 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Mondepatta

Mondipatta

Andhra Pradesh[3]28 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC15 May 1995

Nokkar Andhra Pradesh[3]29 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Pariki Muggula Andhra Pradesh[3]30 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Yata Andhra Pradesh[3]31 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95 –BCC 15 May 1995

Chopemari Andhra Pradesh[3]32 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kaikadi Andhra Pradesh[3]33 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Joshinandiwala Andhra Pradesh[3]34 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC15 May 1995

Odde

Oddilu
Vaddi
Vaddelu

Andhra Pradesh[3]35 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Mandula Andhra Pradesh[3]36 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Mehtar (Muslim) Andhra Pradesh[3]37 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/9/2004-BCC 16 January 2006

Kunapuli Andhra Pradesh[3]38 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Achukatlavandlu Andhra Pradesh[3]39 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Aryakshatriya,

Chittari,
Giniyar,
Chitrakara,
Nakhas,

Andhra Pradesh[3]40 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Devanga Andhra Pradesh[3]41 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Ediga

Gowda ( Gamalla, Kalalee )
Goundla
Settibalija ( of Visakhapatnam, East Godavari, West Godavari and Krishna District )

Andhra Pradesh[3]42 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Dudekula,

Laddaf,
Pinjari or Noorbash

Andhra Pradesh[3]43 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Gandla,

Telikula,
Devathilakula

Andhra Pradesh[3]44 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Jandra Andhra Pradesh[3]45 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Kummara or

Kulala or
Salivahana

Andhra Pradesh[3]46 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

Karikalabhakthulu

Kaikolan or Kaikola
(Sengundam or Sengunther)

Andhra Pradesh[3]47 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC( C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Karnabhakthulu Andhra Pradesh[3]48 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC( C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Kuruba or Kuruma Andhra Pradesh[3]49 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Nagavaddilu Andhra Pradesh[3]50 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Neelakanthi Andhra Pradesh[3]51 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Patkar (Khatri) Andhra Pradesh[3]52 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Perika (Perike Balija, Puragiri Kshatriya) Andhra Pradesh[3]53 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95 15 May 1995

Nessi or Kurni Andhra Pradesh[3]54 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Padmasali

(Sali, Saliyan, Pattusali, Senapathulu, Thogata Sali )

Andhra Pradesh[3]55 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Srisayana(Segidi) Andhra Pradesh[3]56 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Swakulasali Andhra Pradesh[3]57 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Thogata, Thogati or Thogata Veerakshatriya Andhra Pradesh[3]58 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Viswabrahmin or Viswakarma

(Ausula or Kamsali,
Kammari,
Kanchari,
Vadla or Vadra or
Vadrangi and Silpi )

Andhra Pradesh[3]59 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Scheduled Castes converts to Christianity and their progeny Andhra Pradesh[3]60 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Agaru Andhra Pradesh[3]61 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Arekatika, Katika, Quresh (Muslim Butchers) Andhra Pradesh[3]62 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/4/2002-BCC 13 January 2004

Atagara Andhra Pradesh[3]63 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Bhataraju Andhra Pradesh[3]64 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Chippolu(Mera) Andhra Pradesh[3]65 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Gavara Andhra Pradesh[3]66 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Godaba Andhra Pradesh[3]67 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Hatkar Andhra Pradesh[3]68 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Jakkala Andhra Pradesh[3]69 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Jingar Andhra Pradesh[3]70 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kandra Andhra Pradesh[3]71 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Koshti Andhra Pradesh[3]72 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kachi Andhra Pradesh[3]73 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Surya Balija (Kalavanthula), Ganika Andhra Pradesh[3]74 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/96/94-BCC 9 March 1996

Krishnabhalija

(Dasari, Bukka, Bukka Ayavar )

Andhra Pradesh[3]75 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

Koppulavelama Andhra Pradesh[3]76 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Mathura Andhra Pradesh[3]77 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Mali (where they are not Scheduled Tribe) Andhra Pradesh[3]78 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Mudiraj,

Mutrasi
Tenugollu

Andhra Pradesh[3]79 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Munnurukapu

(Telengana)

Andhra Pradesh[3]80 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Nagavasam

(Nagavamsa)

Andhra Pradesh[3]81 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Neeli (Nelli) Andhra Pradesh[3]82 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/96/94-BCC 9 March 1996

Template:Not a typo

(of Srikakulam and Visakhapatnam Districts )

Andhra Pradesh[3]83 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Poosala Andhra Pradesh[3]84 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Passi Andhra Pradesh[3]85 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Rangarez or Bhavasara Kshatriya Andhra Pradesh[3]86 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Sadhuchetty Andhra Pradesh[3]87 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Satani(Chattadasrivaishnava, Chatadi) Andhra Pradesh[3]88 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Tammali Andhra Pradesh[3]89 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Turupu Kapu and Gajula Kapu of Srikakulam, Vizianagram and Visakhapatnam Districts who are subject to social customs of divorce and remarriages among their women Andhra Pradesh[3]90 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/1/2001-BCC 19 June 2003
12011/4/2002-BCC 13 January 2004

Uppara or Sagara Andhra Pradesh[3]91 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Vanjara (Vanjari) Andhra Pradesh[3]92 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Yadava (Golla) Andhra Pradesh[3]93 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Pala-Ekari Andhra Pradesh[3]94 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Ayyaraka Andhra Pradesh[3]95 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Nagaralu Andhra Pradesh[3]96 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Pondara Andhra Pradesh[3]97 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Lodh, Lodha, Lodhi Andhra Pradesh[3]98 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Kurakula Andhra Pradesh[3]99 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Kasi kapadi Andhra Pradesh[3]100 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Gajula Balija(who are traditionally associated with selling of Bangles ) Andhra Pradesh[3]101 12011/88/98-BCC, 6 December 1999
Vannia

Vanniar
Vannikula-Kshatriya

Andhra Pradesh[3]102 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001

Sarollu Andhra Pradesh[3]103 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
Atirasa (of Polavaram, Gopalapuram, Koyyalagudem, Buttayagudem, Chagallu Mandals of West Godavari Distt. and Devipattanam, Korukonda and Gokavaram Mandals of East Godavari Distt) Andhra Pradesh[3]104 12011/44/99-BCC 21 September 2000
Patra Andhra Pradesh[3]105 12011/4/2002-BCC 13 January 2004
Sikligar Andhra Pradesh[3]106 12011/9/2004-BCC 16 January 2006
Siddula Andhra Pradesh[3]107 12011/9/2004-BCC 16 January 2006
Ahom Assam[5]1 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Baria Assam[5]2 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Barui Assam[5]3 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Barjubi Assam[5]4 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Baroi Assam[5]5 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chutia,

Chutiya

Assam[5]6 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Choudang Assam[5]7 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Ganak in Districts of

Cachar, Karimganj and
Hailakandi

Assam[5]8 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

2011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Ghosh, Gop, Gowala,

Gawala, Goal, Goala

Assam[5]9 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kumar, Rudra Paul of districts of Cachar, Karimganj and Hailakandi Assam[5]10 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Kupadhar,

Kushiari,
Parh

Assam[5]11 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mahisya Das,

Mahisya

Assam[5]12 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Manipuri, including

Manipuri Brahmin and
Manipuri Muslim

Assam[5]13 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Moran,

Matak

Assam[5]14 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mukhi Assam[5]15 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Napit Assam[5]16 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Nepali (i.e.

Thapa,
Gurung,
Lama,
Gaine
Rai,
Chhetri,
Lihu,
Magar,
Lohar,
Dami,
Sarki i.e. Cobbler)

Assam[5]17 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Koch-Rajbonshi*

(* The entry after restoration of caste/ community ‘Koch-Rajbonshi’ w.e.f. 03.04.1997 (expect for the period when ordinance regarding inclusion of the caste/community ‘Koch-Rajbonshi’ in the ST list was in force) as per advice of NCBC

Assam[5]18 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/2/96-BCC 27 January 1996
12015/13/2010-B.C. II. 8 December 2011

Sudra Das, Dey Assam[5]19 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Saloi Assam[5]20 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Sut, Soot Assam[5]21 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Scheduled Caste persons converted to

Christianity

Assam[5]22 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Tantripal,

Tanti,
Tantri

Assam[5]23 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Tea Garden Labourers,

Tea Garden Tribes, Ex-Tea Garden Labourers, and Ex-Tea Garden Tribes as listed below

Assam[5]24 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Ahirgoala Assam[5]24 (1) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Arya Mala Assam[5]24 (2) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Asur Assam[5]24 (3) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Barhai Assam[5]24 (4) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Basphor Assam[5]24 (5) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhokta Assam[5]24 (6) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bauri Assam[5]24 (7) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bowri Assam[5]24 (8) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhuyan Assam[5]24 (9) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhumij Assam[5]24 (10) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bedia Assam[5]24 (11) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Beldar Assam[5]24 (12) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bharaik Assam[5]24 (13) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhatta Assam[5]24 (14) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Basor Assam[5]24 (15) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Baiga Assam[5]24 (16) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Baijara Assam[5]24 (17) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhil Assam[5]24 (18) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bondo Assam[5]24 (19) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Binjia Assam[5]24 (20) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Birhar Assam[5]24 (21) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Birjia Assam[5]24 (22) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Beddi Assam[5]24 (23) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chamar Assam[5]24 (24) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chowdhari Assam[5]24 (25) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chere Assam[5]24 (26) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chick Banik Assam[5]24 (27) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dandari Assam[5]24 (28) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dandasi Assam[5]24 (29) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dusad Assam[5]24 (30) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dhanwar Assam[5]24 (31) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Ganda Assam[5]24 (32) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gonda Assam[5]24 (33) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gond Assam[5]24 (34) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Ghansi Assam[5]24 (35) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gorait Assam[5]24 (36) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Ghatowar Assam[5]24 (37) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Hari Assam[5]24 (38) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Holra Assam[5]24 (39) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Jolha Assam[5]24 (40) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Keot Assam[5]24 (41) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Koiri Assam[5]24 (42) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Khonyor Assam[5]24 (43) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kurmi Assam[5]24 (44) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Kawar Assam[5]24 (45) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Karmali Assam[5]24 (46) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Korwa Assam[5]24 (47) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kol Assam[5]24 (48) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kalahandi Assam[5]24 (49) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kalihandi Assam[5]24 (50) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kotwal Assam[5]24 (51) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Kharia Assam[5]24 (52) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kumhar Assam[5]24 (53) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kherwar Assam[5]24 (54) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Khodal Assam[5]24 (55) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Khond Assam[5]24 (56) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Koya Assam[5]24 (57) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kondpan Assam[5]24 (58) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kohor Assam[5]24 (59) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Kormakar Assam[5]24 (60) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kashan Assam[5]24 (61) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Lahar Assam[5]24 (62) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Lodha Assam[5]24 (63) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Lodhi Assam[5]24 (64) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Madari Assam[5]24 (65) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mahli Assam[5]24 (66) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mohali Assam[5]24 (67) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Modi Assam[5]24 (68) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mahato Assam[5]24 (69) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Malpatharia Assam[5]24 (70) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Manki Assam[5]24 (71) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Majwar Assam[5]24 (72) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mirdhar Assam[5]24 (73) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Munda Assam[5]24 (74) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Nonia,

Nunia

Assam[5]24 (75) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Nagasia Assam[5]24 (76) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Nagbansi Assam[5]24 (77) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Nath Assam[5]24 (78) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Oraon Assam[5]24 (79) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Pasi Assam[5]24 (80) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Paidi Assam[5]24 (81) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Pan Assam[5]24 (82) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Panika Assam[5]24 (83) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Parja Assam[5]24 (84) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Patratanti Assam[5]24 (85) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Pradhan Assam[5]24 (86) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Rajwar Assam[5]24 (87) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Sahora Assam[5]24 (88) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Santhal, Santal Assam[5]24 (89) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Sarvera Assam[5]24 (90) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Turi Assam[5]24 (91) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Telenga Assam[5]24 (92) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Tassa Assam[5]24 (93) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Tantubai Assam[5]24 (94) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Teli Assam[5]24 (95) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Tanti Assam[5]24 (96) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Teli Assam[5]25 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Yogi,

Jogi,
Jugi Nath

Assam[5]26 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Maimal (Muslim Fisherman) Assam[5]27 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Maria Assam[5]28 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Abdal Bihar[6]1 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Agariya Bihar[6]2 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Aghori Bihar[6]3 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Amaat Bihar[6]4 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kasab(Kasai) (Muslim) Bihar[6]5 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kewat,

Keot

Bihar[6]6 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kadar Bihar[6]7 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kaivartta/ Kaibartta Bihar[6]8 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Kalandar Bihar[6]9 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kaura Bihar[6]10 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Deleted Bihar[6]11 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Kochh Bihar[6]12 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Korku Bihar[6]13 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kumarbhag Pahadia Bihar[6]14 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kurmi,

Kurmi (Mahto) (in
Chhotanagpur Division only)

Bihar[6]15 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/9/2004-BCC 16 January 2006

Kagzi Bihar[6]16 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kanu Bihar[6]17 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kamar (Lohar,

Karmkar, Visvakarma)

Bihar[6]18 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kushwaha (Koeri) Bihar[6]19 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kapadia Bihar[6]20 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kosta, Koshta Bihar[6]21 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Khatik Bihar[6]22 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Khangar Bihar[6]23 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Khatwa Bihar[6]24 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Khatwe Bihar[6]25 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Khadwar (only in the districts of Sivan and Rohtas) Bihar[6]26 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

Khetauri, Khatauri Bihar[6]27 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Khelta Bihar[6]28 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Godi (Chhava) Bihar[6]29 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gaddi Bihar[6]30 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gandarbh or Gandharb Bihar[6]31 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gangai (Ganesh) Bihar[6]32 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Gangota, Gangoth Bihar[6]33 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gorh, Gonrh (only in the districts of

Saran and Rohtas)

Bihar[6]34 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Gulgaliya Bihar[6]35 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Goud Bihar[6]36 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Ghatwar Bihar[6]37 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chik (Muslim) Bihar[6]38 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Chain,

Chayeen

Bihar[6]39 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chapota Bihar[6]40 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chandrabanshi (Kahar) Bihar[6]41 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Churihar (Muslim) Bihar[6]42 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chanou Bihar[6]43 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Jogi (Jugi) Bihar[6]44 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Tikulhar Bihar[6]45 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dafali (Muslim) Bihar[6]46 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dhekaru Bihar[6]47 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Tanti (Tatwa), Tati, Tatin Bihar[6]48 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Turha Bihar[6]49 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Tamariya Bihar[6]50 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Tiyar Bihar[6]51 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Tamoli, Tamboli Bihar[6]52 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Teli Bihar[6]53 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Deleted Bihar[6]54 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Devhar Bihar[6]55 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dhanuk Bihar[6]56 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dhobi (Muslim) Bihar[6]57 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dhunia (Muslim) Bihar[6]58 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dhamin Bihar[6]59 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dhankar Bihar[6]60 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Dhimar Bihar[6]61 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Nai Bihar[6]62 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Nat (Muslim) Bihar[6]63 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Nunia, Nonia Bihar[6]64 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Namshudra Bihar[6]65 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Naiya Bihar[6]66 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Nalband (Muslim) Bihar[6]67 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Pamaria (Muslim) Bihar[6]68 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Prajapati (Kumhar) Bihar[6]69 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Pandi Bihar[6]70 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Pinganiya Bihar[6]71 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Parya Bihar[6]72 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Pradhan Bihar[6]73 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Pahira Bihar[6]74 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Pal (Bherihar-Gaderi),

Gaderia

Bihar[6]75 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Shekhra Bihar[6]76 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 8 July 1997

Bagdi Bihar[6]77 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bari Bihar[6]78 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Beldar Bihar[6]79 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bind Bihar[6]80 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Barhai (Viswakarma),

Badhai

Bihar[6]81 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Barai Bihar[6]82 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Sudi,

Halwai,
Roniyar,
Pansari,
Modi,
Kasera,
Kesarwani,
Thathera,
Patwa,
Sinduriya-Bania,
Mahuri-Vaishya,
Avadh-Bania,
Agrahari-Vaishya

Bihar[6]83 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhathiara (Muslim) Bihar[6]84 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhar Bihar[6]85 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhaskar Bihar[6]86 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhuihar, Bhuiyar Bihar[6]87 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhat, Bhatt Bihar[6]88 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mali (Malakar) Bihar[6]89 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mallah (Surhiya,

Kewat Murawari)

Bihar[6]90 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Madari (Muslim) Bihar[6]91 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mehtar, Lalbegi, Halalkhor, Bhangi (all Muslim) Bihar[6]92 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Miriasin (Muslim) Bihar[6]93 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Majhwar Bihar[6]94 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Malar (Malhar) Bihar[6]95 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Mangar (Magar) Bihar[6]96 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Markande Bihar[6]97 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Maulik Bihar[6]98 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mukri (Mukeri) (Muslim) Bihar[6]99 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Madar Bihar[6]100 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mauriaro, Mauriara Bihar[6]101 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mirshikar (Muslim) Bihar[6]102 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Momin (Muslim),

Ansari/Julaha

Bihar[6]103 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC( C) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Yadav (Gwala, Ahir,

Gope, Sadgope)

Bihar[6]104 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/4/2001-BCC 13 January 2004

Rajbhar Bihar[6]105 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Rajdhobi Bihar[6]106 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Rajbanshi (Risiya and Poliya) Bihar[6]107 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Rangwa Bihar[6]108 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Rangrez (Muslim) Bihar[6]109 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Rauttiya Bihar[6]110 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Rayeen or Kunjra(Muslim) Bihar[6]111 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Laheri Bihar[6]112 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Banpar Bihar[6]113 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Shivhari Bihar[6]114 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Sauta (Sota) Bihar[6]115 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Sayee (Muslim) Bihar[6]116 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Sonar, Sunar Bihar[6]117 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Sangatrash (only in the

district of Nawadah)

Bihar[6]118 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Idrisi or Darzi(Muslim) Bihar[6]119 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Christian converts

from Scheduled Castes

Bihar[6]120 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Christian converts

from Other Backward
Classes

Bihar[6]121 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dhanwar Bihar[6]122 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dangi Bihar[6]123 12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996
Kalal, Eraqui Bihar[6]124 (b) 12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
Kalwar Bihar[6]124(a) 12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
Kulahia Bihar[6]125 12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

12011/9/2004-BCC 16 January 2006

Shershahbadi Bihar[6]126 12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
Sukiyar Bihar[6]127 12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
Nagar(this does not include

Maithili Brahmins and
Immigrant Nagars from
Other States who are
Brahmins and Baniyas)

Bihar[6]128 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
Saikalgar (Sikligar) (Muslim) Bihar[6]129 12011/4/2004-BCC 13 January 2004
Bakho (Muslim) Bihar[6]130 12011/9/2004-BCC 16 January 2006
Thakurai (Muslim) Bihar[6]131 12011/9/2004-BCC 16 January 2006
Adrakhi Bihar[6]132 12018/6/2005-BCC 30 July 2010
Soyar Bihar[6]133 12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011
Aheria, Aheri, Heri, Naik, Thori or Turi Chandigarh[7]1 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Bagria/ Bagaria Chandigarh[7]2 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Bairagi, Baragi/ Baregi Chandigarh[7]3 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Barai, Tamboli/ Tomboli Chandigarh[7]4 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Barra Chandigarh[7]5 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Barwar Chandigarh[7]6 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Batera/ Battera Chandigarh[7]7 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Beta, Hensi/ Hansi or Hasi Chandigarh[7]8 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Bharbhunja, Bharbhuja Chandigarh[7]9 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Bhat, Bhatra, Darpi, Ramiya Chandigarh[7]10 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Bhuhalia-Lohar, Bhubalia-Lohar Chandigarh[7]11 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Chang Chandigarh[7]12 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Changar Chandigarh[7]13 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Chhimba/ Chimba

Chhippi/ Chhipi/ Chippi

Chandigarh[7]14 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Chirimar/ Chrimar Chandigarh[7]15 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Christian converted from Scheduled Castes Chandigarh[7]16 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Daiya Chandigarh[7]17 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Dakaut/ Dahakaut Chandigarh[7]18 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Dhimar, Dhinwar, Jhinwar, Kahar, Mallah Chandigarh[7]19 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Dhobi Chandigarh[7]20 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Dhosali, Dosali Chandigarh[7]21 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Faquir Chandigarh[7]22 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Gadaria/ Gaddaria Chandigarh[7]23 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Gawala/ Gwala/ Gowala/ Gowale/ Gawla/

Yadav/ Ahir

Chandigarh[7]24 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997

12011/1/2001-BCC 19 June 2003

Ghasiara, Ghosi Chandigarh[7]25 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Ghirath including Chahng and Bahti Chandigarh[7]26 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Gwaria, Gauria or Gwar Chandigarh[7]27 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Hajjam/Hazam, Nai Chandigarh[7]28 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Jhangra-Brahman/ Jhangara-Brahman/ Jangra-Brahman, Khati Chandigarh[7]29 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Jogi, Nath Chandigarh[7]30 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Jullaha/ Julaha (Weavers) (excluding those in Scheduled Caste) Chandigarh[7]31 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Kamboj Chandigarh[7]32 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Kanjar, Kanchan Chandigarh[7]33 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Kumhar/ Kumahar Chandigarh[7]34 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Kurmi Chandigarh[7]35 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Khanghera Chandigarh[7]36 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Kuchband Chandigarh[7]37 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Labana, Vanzara Chandigarh[7]38 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Lakhera, Manihar Chandigarh[7]39 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Madari Chandigarh[7]40 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Mochi (excluding those in Scheduled Caste) Chandigarh[7]41 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Mirasi Chandigarh[7]42 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Nalband Chandigarh[7]43 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Nar Chandigarh[7]44 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Noongar Chandigarh[7]45 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Pinja, Penja Chandigarh[7]46 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Rai-Sikh Chandigarh[7]47 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Rechband Chandigarh[7]48 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Rehar, Rehare/Rehara, Rer/ Re Chandigarh[7]49 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Shorgir Chandigarh[7]50 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Singhikant, Singiwala/ Singhiwala Chandigarh[7]51 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Soi Chandigarh[7]52 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Teli Chandigarh[7]53 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Thathera/ Thethera Chandigarh[7]54 12011/99/94-BCC 11 December 1997
Bhar, Rajbhar Chandigarh[7]55 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Ramgarhia Chandigarh[7]56 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Gujjar Chandigarh[7]57 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Saini Chandigarh[7]58 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Soni, Sunar/ Swarnakar Chandigarh[7]59 12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Ahir,

Brajwasi, Gawli, Gawali, Goli, Lingayat-Gaoli, Gowari
(Gwari), Gowra, Gawari, Gwara,
Jadav, Yadav, Raut, Thethwar, Gop/Gopal

Chattisgarh[8]1 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Asara Chattisgarh[8]2 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Badhbhuja, Bhunjwa, Bhurji, Dhuri or Dhoori Chattisgarh[8]3 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Bairagi Chattisgarh[8]4 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Banjara,

Kachiriwala Banjara,
Laman Banjara,
Bamania Banjara,
Laman/Lambani, Banjari
Mathura, Mathura Labhan,
Mathura Banjari, Navi Banjara,
Jogi Banjara, Nayak, Naykada
Lambana/Lambara
Lambhani, Labhana
Laban, Labana, Lamne,
Dhuriya

Chattisgarh[8]5 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Barai

Waarai
Wari (Chaurasia)
Tamoli
Tamboli
Kumavatt, Kumavat

Chattisgarh[8]6 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Barhai, Sutar, Suthar, Kunder, Vishwakarma Chattisgarh[8]7 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Bharood Chattisgarh[8]8 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Bhat

Charan (Charahm)
Sawli, Sutiya
Rav
Jasondhi
Maru-Sonia

Chattisgarh[8]9 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Bhatiyara Chattisgarh[8]10 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Bhurtiya

Bhutiya

Chattisgarh[8]11 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Chippa, Chhipa

Bhavsar
Nilgar
Jingar
Nirali
Ramgari
Rangari
Rangrez
Rangarej
Rangraz
Rangredh
Chippa-Sindhi-Khatri

Chattisgarh[8]12 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Chitari Chattisgarh[8]13 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Chunkar

Chungar/Choongar
Kulbandhiya
Rajgir

Chattisgarh[8]14 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Dangi Chattisgarh[8]15 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Darji

Cheepi/Chhipi/Chipi
Shipi
Mavi (Namdev)

Chattisgarh[8]16 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Deshwali

Mewati

Chattisgarh[8]17 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Dhimar/Dhimer

Bhoi,
Kahar,
Kahra
Dhiwar
Mallah
Nawda, Navda
Turaha
Kewat (Rackwar, Raikwar)
Kir
Britiya/Vritiya
Sondhiya

Chattisgarh[8]18 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Dhobi (excluding the area where they are listed as Scheduled Castes) Chattisgarh[8]19 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Dholi

Dafaali/Dufali
Gurav/Guraw

Chattisgarh[8]20 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Gadariya, Dhangar,

Kurmar,
Hatgar
Hatkar
Haatkaar
Gaadri, Gadaria
Gari,
Gayari
Dhariya, Dhosi (Gadariya), Gadariya (Pal Baghele)

Chattisgarh[8]21 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Garpagari

Joginath, Nathjogi

Chattisgarh[8]22 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Ghoshi Chattisgarh[8]23 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Goojar/Gurjar Chattisgarh[8]24 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Gusai/Gosai/Gosain

Gosaib
Goswami/Gowsami

Chattisgarh[8]25 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Rangrej (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (1) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Bhishti, Bhishti-Abbas.i (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (2) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Chippa/Chshipa (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (3) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Hela (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (4) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Bhatiyara (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (5) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Dhobi (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (6) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Mewati, Meo. (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (7) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Pinjara, Naddaf, Fakir/Faquir, Behna, Dhunia, Dhunkar, Mansoori. (Islamic groups) Chattisgarh[8]26 (8) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Kunjara, Raine. (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (9) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Manihar (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (10) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Kasai, Kasab, Kassab, Quasab, Qassab, Qassab-Qureshi. (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (11) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Mirasi (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (12) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Barhai (Carpenter) (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (13) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Hajjam (Barber), Nai (Barber), Salmani. (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (14) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Julaha-Momin, Julaha-Ansari, Momin-Ansari. (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (15) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Luhar, Nagauri Luhar, Saifi, Multani Luhar. (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (16) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Tadavi (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (17) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Banjara, Mukeri, Makrani. (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (18) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Mochi (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (19) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Teli Nayata, Pindari (Pindara). (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (20) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Kalaigar (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (21) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Pemdi (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (22) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Nalband (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (23) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Mirdha (Excluding Jat Muslim) (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (24) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Niyargar, Niyargar-Multani, Niyaria. (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (25) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Gaddi (Islamic) Chattisgarh[8]26 (26) 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Kachhi (Kushwaha/ Koshwaha Maurya)

Koyari/Koiri (Kushwaha), Shakya, Murai,
Panara/Panahara, Sonkar

Chattisgarh[8]27 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Kadere/Kadore, Dhunkar, Dhuniya, Dhanka Chattisgarh[8]28 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Kalar, Kalal, Dudsena Chattisgarh[8]29 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Kalota/Kolta/Koltta Chattisgarh[8]30 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Karmariya Chattisgarh[8]31 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Kasabi/Kisbi Chattisgarh[8]32 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Kharol Chattisgarh[8]33 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Khatiya, Khati, Khathiya Chattisgarh[8]34 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Kirar

Kirad
Dhakar/Dhakad

Chattisgarh[8]35 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Koshta/Kosta,

Kosti/Koshti
Devangan
Dewang
Salwidewang
Mala,
Padamhali,
Pademsali
Sali
Sutsali
Salwar/Salewar
Jendra/Jandra
Koskati
Garhwal
Garhewal
Garewar

Chattisgarh[8]36 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Kotwar/Kutwar

Kotwal

Chattisgarh[8]37 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Kumhar (Prajapati)

Kumbhar

Chattisgarh[8]38 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Kurmar/Kurami/Kurmi,

Kunbi, Kurmi Patidar, Kulami,
Kulmi, Kulambi, Gavel/Gabhel, Kurmvanshi, Chandrakar, Chandra Nahu, Kumbhi Gavel (Gamel), Sirvi

Chattisgarh[8]39.. 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Lakhera/Lakher, Kachera/Kacher Chattisgarh[8]40 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Lodhi

Lodha
Lodh

Chattisgarh[8]41 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Lohar, Luhar, Lohpita, Gadoley, Gadela, Lohpata, Lohpeta, Vishwakarma, Hunga Lohar, Garola, Lohar (Vishwakarma) Chattisgarh[8]42 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Loniya/Luniya/Lonia/Lunia

Odh, Odhe, Odhiya, Ode, Odiya, Naaniya, Muraha,
Muraaha, Mudaha, Mudaaha, Nunia, Nonia

Chattisgarh[8]43 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Mali (Saini), Marar Chattisgarh[8]44 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Mankar Chattisgarh[8]45 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Meru, Mer Chattisgarh[8]46 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Nai (Sein, Savita, Shrivas), Mhali, Navhi/Navi Chattisgarh[8]47 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Nayata, Nayada Chattisgarh[8]48 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Panika, Panka Chattisgarh[8]49 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Patka, Patki, Patwa Chattisgarh[8]50 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Pinjara (Hindu), Pinjara (Hindu Kesaria/ Kosaria) Chattisgarh[8]51 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Powar, Bhoyar/Bhoyaar, Panwar Chattisgarh[8]52 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Raghwi/Raghavi Chattisgarh[8]53 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Rajwar Chattisgarh[8]54 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Rautiya, Rotiya Chattisgarh[8]55 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Saiees, Sahees

Sayees

Chattisgarh[8]56 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Scheduled Castes who have embraced Christianity Chattisgarh[8]57 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Sikligar Chattisgarh[8]58 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Sodhi, Sudi, Sundi, Sondi Chattisgarh[8]59 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Sonar, Swarnakar, Jhhari, Jhhadi, Awedhiya, Audhiya, Jhhani, Soni (Swarnkar) Chattisgarh[8]60 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Tarha, Tirwali, Waddar Chattisgarh[8]61 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Teli (Rathore, Sahu) Chattisgarh[8]62 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Thathara, Thatera

Kasar
Kasera
Tamera
Tambatkar/Tamrakar
Tamer

Chattisgarh[8]63 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Vasudev

Basudeva,
Basudev
Vasudeva
Harvola
Kapdia
Kapdi
Gondhli

Chattisgarh[8]64 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Agharia Chattisgarh[8]65 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Mowar Chattisgarh[8]66 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Nat (other than those included in the SC List) Chattisgarh[8]67 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Agri Dadra and Nagar Haveli[9]1 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Ahir,

Bharvad,
Yadav

Dadra and Nagar Haveli[9]2 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Bhrhmi Dadra and Nagar Haveli[9]3 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Dhobi Dadra and Nagar Haveli[9]4 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kahari,

Kumbhar

Dadra and Nagar Haveli[9]5 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kapadi Dadra and Nagar Haveli[9]6 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kolaga (Misal) Dadra and Nagar Haveli[9]7 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Koli Dadra and Nagar Haveli[9]8 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Makrana (Muslim) Dadra and Nagar Haveli[9]9 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Nai (Valand) Dadra and Nagar Haveli[9]10 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Banjara,

Lambadi,
Lamani,
Sugali.

Daman and Diu[10]1 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Bhandari Daman and Diu[10]2 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Christian Chamar Daman and Diu[10]3 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Christian Mahar Daman and Diu[10]4 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Dhangar Daman and Diu[10]5 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Dhobi Daman and Diu[10]6 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Dhor Daman and Diu[10]7 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Gauda Daman and Diu[10]8 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Goggi Daman and Diu[10]9 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Gosavi Daman and Diu[10]10 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kasar Daman and Diu[10]11 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Koli, Koli Patel, Koli Machhi, Koli Kadia. Daman and Diu[10]12 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Kunbi Daman and Diu[10]13 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Mitna Daman and Diu[10]14 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Naidu Daman and Diu[10]15 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Nath,

Jogi

Daman and Diu[10]16 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Nhavi,

Nai

Daman and Diu[10]17 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Sagar Daman and Diu[10]18 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Yadav,

Gavli

Daman and Diu[10]19 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Rana Daman and Diu[10]20 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Luhar (Panchal) Daman and Diu[10]21 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Kansara Daman and Diu[10]22 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Kumbhar (Prajapati) Daman and Diu[10]23 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Kapdi Daman and Diu[10]24 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Khatri (Vankar) Daman and Diu[10]25 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Khatri (Rangara) Daman and Diu[10]26 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Baria Daman and Diu[10]27 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Sorthi Daman and Diu[10]28 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Soni, Sonar Daman and Diu[10]29 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Mali Daman and Diu[10]30 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Kasbati (Muslim) Daman and Diu[10]31 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Mansuri (Muslim) Daman and Diu[10]32 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Darji Daman and Diu[10]33 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Bhoi Daman and Diu[10]34 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Vanza Daman and Diu[10]35 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Kharva Daman and Diu[10]36 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Khatki (Butcher) Daman and Diu[10]37 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Kureshi (Muzavar), Mogal, Thapania, Vadhel (Muslim) Daman and Diu[10]38 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Mir Daman and Diu[10]39 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Fakir Daman and Diu[10]40 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Khalifa (Nai) Daman and Diu[10]41 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Mangela Daman and Diu[10]42 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Koli Khania Daman and Diu[10]43 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Salat Daman and Diu[10]44 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Abbasi,

Bhishti,
Sakka

Delhi[11]1 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Agri,

Kharwal

Delhi[11]2 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Ahir,

Yadav,
Gwala

Delhi[11]3 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Arain,

Rayee,
Kunjra

Delhi[11]4 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Badhai,

Barhai,
Khati,
Tarkhan,
Jangra-Brahmin, Vishwakarma,
Ramgarhia,
Panchal,
Dheeman

Delhi[11]5 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Badi Delhi[11]6 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Bairagi Delhi[11]7 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Bairwa,

Berwa

Delhi[11]8 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Barai,

Bari,
Tamboli

Delhi[11]9 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Bauria/ Bawria (excluding those in Sch. Caste) Delhi[11]10 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Bazigar,

Nat,
Kalandar
(excluding those in Sch. Caste)

Delhi[11]11 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Bharbhooja,

Kanu

Delhi[11]12 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Bhat Delhi[11]13 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Bhatiara Delhi[11]14 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Chak Delhi[11]15 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Chippi,

Tonk,
Darzi,
Idrishi

Delhi[11]16 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995

12011/01/2001-BCC 19 June 2003

Dakaut,

Prade

Delhi[11]17 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Dhinwar,

Jhinwar,
Nishad,
Kewat/ Mallah
(excluding those in Sch. Caste),
Kahar,
Kashyap(non-Brahmin)

Delhi[11]18 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Dhobi (other than those who are already included in the list of Scheduled Castes of Delhi)

Qassar

Delhi[11]19 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Dhunia,

Pinjara,
Kandera-Karan,
Dhunnewala,
Naddaf,
Mansoori

Delhi[11]20 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995

12011/7/95-BCC 17 July 1995
12011/01/2001-BCC 19 June 2003

Fakir Delhi[11]21 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Gadaria,

Gadheri,
Gaddi,
Garri

Delhi[11]22 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Ghasiara,

Ghosi

Delhi[11]23 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Gujar,

Gurjar

Delhi[11]24 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Jogi,

Goswami

Delhi[11]25 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Julaha, Ansari (whose traditional occupation is weaving, excluding those in SCs) Delhi[11]26 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995

12011/01/2001-BCC 19 June 2003
12015/13/2010-B.C.II 8 December 2011

Kachhi,

Koeri,
Murai,
Murao

Delhi[11]27 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Kasai,

Qassab,
Quraishi

Delhi[11]28 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Kasera,

Tamera,
Thathiar

Delhi[11]29 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Khatgune Delhi[11]30 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Khatik (excluding those in Sch. Caste) Delhi[11]31 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Kumhar,

Prajapati

Delhi[11]32 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Kurmi Delhi[11]33 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Lakhera,

Manihar

Delhi[11]34 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Lodhi,

Lodha,
Lodh,
Maha-Lodh

Delhi[11]35 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Luhar,

Bhubhalia,
Saifi

Delhi[11]36 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995

12011/68/1998-BCC 27 October 1999

Machi,

Machhera

Delhi[11]37 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Mali,

Saini,
Southia,
Sagarwanshi-Mali,
Nayak

Delhi[11]38 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Memar,

Raj

Delhi[11]39 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Mina/ Meena Delhi[11]40 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Merasi,

Mirasi

Delhi[11]41 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Mochi (excluding those in Sch. Caste) Delhi[11]42 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Nai, Hajjam, Nai(Sabita),

Salmani

Delhi[11]43 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995

12011/01/2001-BCC 19 June 2003

Nalband Delhi[11]44 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Naqqal Delhi[11]45 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Pakhiwara Delhi[11]46 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Patwa Delhi[11]47 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Pathar Chera,

Sangtarash

Delhi[11]48 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Rangrez Delhi[11]49 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Sunar Delhi[11]50 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Teli,

Teli-Malik

Delhi[11]51 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995

12011/68/1998-BCC 27 October 1999

Kalwar Delhi[11]52 12011/68/1998-BCC 27 October 1999
Arak,

Arakvanshiya

Delhi[11]53 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
Rai-Sikh (Mahtam) Delhi[11]54 12011/9/2004-BCC 16 January 2006
Deleted Goa[12]1 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Deleted Goa[12]2 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Dhangar Goa[12]3 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Dhobi, Rajak, Madval

(including Christian Dhobies)

Goa[12]4 12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996
Nhavi, Nai, Nabhik,

Napit, Mahalo,
Barber (including Christians)

Goa[12]5 12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996

12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Koli, Kharvi (including

Christian Kharvi)

Goa[12]6 12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996
Nathjogi Goa[12]7 12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996
Gosavi Goa[12]8 12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996
Kumbhar (including Christians) Goa[12]9 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Teli Goa[12]10 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Shimpi Goa[12]11 12011/68/98-BCC dt 27/101999
Mahar (including Christians and excluding those who are already included in SC List) Goa[12]12 12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Pagui,

Gabit

Goa[12]13 12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Deleted Goa[12]14 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Kalaikar Goa[12]15 12011/44/99-BCC 21 September 2000
Bandari Naik,

Blacksmith/ Tinsmith

Goa[12]16 12011/9/2004-BCC 16 January 2006

12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Christian Renders (who are actually in the profession of toddy tapping) Goa[12]17 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Komarpant Goa[12]18 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Thakar Goa[12]19 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Agri Gujarat[13]1 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Ahir

Ayar Bericha

Gujarat[13]2 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bafan (Muslim) Gujarat[13]3 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Barot

Vahivancha
Charan,
Gadhvi,
Gadhavi
(where they are not Scheduled Tribe)

Gujarat[13]4 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bavri or Baori Gujarat[13]5 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bawa,

Atit Bawa
Goswami
Vairagi Bawa
Gosai
Ramanandi
Puri
Bharti
Kapdi Nath Bawa
Bharathari
Margi
Gangajalia
Dashnami Bawa
Giri
Deshnam Goswami

Gujarat[13]6 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhalia Gujarat[13]7 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhamta,

Pardeshi Bhamta

Gujarat[13]8 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bharwad (except where

they are STs)
Motabhai Bharwad
Nanabhai Bharwad
Gadaria,
Dhangar

Gujarat[13]9 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
12011/9/2004-BCC 16 January 2006

Bhoi

Bhoiraj
Dhimar
Zinga Bhoi
Kevat Bhoj
Bhanara Bhoi
Machhindra Bhoi
Palwar Bhoi
Kirat Bhoi
Kahar Bhoi
Pardeshi Bhoi
Shrimali Bhoi

Gujarat[13]10 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Charan Gadhvi,

Charan (where they are not STs)

Gujarat[13]11 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Chhara

Adodia
Sansi

Gujarat[13]12 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chunara Gujarat[13]13 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chuvalia Koli Gujarat[13]14 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dabgar Gujarat[13]15 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Divecha Koli Gujarat[13]16 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dafer (Hindu and Muslim) Gujarat[13]17 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dhobi Gujarat[13]18 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Fakir or Faquir(Muslim) Gujarat[13]19 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gadhai (Muslim) Gujarat[13]20 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gadalia or

Gadi-Luharia

Gujarat[13]21 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Galiara (Muslim) Gujarat[13]22 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Ghanchi (Muslim),

Teli,
Modh Ghanchi,
Teli-Sahu,
Teli-Rathod,
Teli-Rathore

Gujarat[13]23 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

Ghedia Koli Gujarat[13]24 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gola Rana Gujarat[13]25 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Hingora (Muslim) Gujarat[13]26 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Julaya

Garana
Tariya
Tari and Ansari (All Muslims)

Gujarat[13]27 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Jat (Muslim) Gujarat[13]28 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kaikadi Gujarat[13]29 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kambadia Bhagat Gujarat[13]30 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kangasia Gujarat[13]31 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Khatki or Kasai

Chamadia Khatki
Halari Khatki (all Muslim)

Gujarat[13]32 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Khatik Gujarat[13]33 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Khant Gujarat[13]34 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kharwa-Bhadela Gujarat[13]35 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Khristi

Gujarati-Christian
(Converts from Scheduled Castes only)

Gujarat[13]36 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Koli,

Idaria-Koli,
Kharwa-Koli,
Rathwa-Koli,
Baria-Koli,
Bhebaria-Koli

Gujarat[13]37 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Labana

Mehravat
Goti
Hadkashi
Zod
Dhinga
Pelya
Shatbai
Baman

Gujarat[13]38 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Lodha Gujarat[13]39 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mir

Dhadhi
Langha
Mirasi (all Muslims)

Gujarat[13]40 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Machhi (Hindu)

Kharwa
Khalas
Dhimar
Dhivar
Bitna
Tandel
Mangela
Khalasi
Sarang
Kahar

Gujarat[13]41 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Madari

Nath
Bharathari

Gujarat[13]42 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Majothi Kumbhar

Darbar or Daban
Majothi ( all Muslim)

Gujarat[13]43 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Makrani (Muslim) Gujarat[13]44 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Matwa or

Matwa-Kureshi (Muslim),
Gavli (Hindu)

Gujarat[13]45 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Me or Meta Gujarat[13]46 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mena (Bhil) Gujarat[13]47 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mer Gujarat[13]48 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Miyana,

Miana (Muslim)

Gujarat[13]49 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Jansali,

Sivania,
Myangar,
Jingar,
Dasania,
Chamadia,
Bharatbhara,
Chandlia,
Sonari,
Aaribharatbhara,
Mochi (except in Dang district and Umargam Taluka of Valsad District, where they are in SC List)

Gujarat[13]50 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Nat,

Nat-Bajania,
Bajigar,
Natada,
Bajania

Gujarat[13]51 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Od Gujarat[13]52 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Padmashali-Pattushali Gujarat[13]53 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Pinjara

Ganchi-Pinjara
Mansuri-Pinjara
(all Muslim)

Gujarat[13]54 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Rabari (where they are not

Scheduled Tribes),
Sorathia Rabari

Gujarat[13]55 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Rathodia Gujarat[13]56 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Raval-Ravalia

Jati or Raval Yogi
Rawal Jati
Jagaria

Gujarat[13]57 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Salat (excluding Sompura

Salat)

Gujarat[13]58 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Sandhi (Muslim) Gujarat[13]59 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Sarania Gujarat[13]60, 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Sargara Gujarat[13]61 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Shrawan,

Sarwan

Gujarat[13]62 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Shikligar Gujarat[13]63 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Siddi (where they are not

Scheduled Tribes)

Gujarat[13]64 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Sipai Pathi Jamat or

Turk Jamat (all Muslim)

Gujarat[13]65 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Talpada Koli (where they

are not Scheduled Tribes)

Gujarat[13]66 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Tankar Gujarat[13]67 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Targala

Bhavaiya
Nayak
Bhojak

Gujarat[13]68 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Thakarda

Thakore
Patanwadia
Dharala
Baria

Gujarat[13]69 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Theba (Muslim) Gujarat[13]70 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Vadi Gujarat[13]71 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Vahivancha Charan

Gadhvi of Harijan
Vankar and Chamar

Gujarat[13]72 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Valand,

Nayi (Hindu),
Hajam (Muslim),
Khalipha (Muslim),
Babar (Hindu)

Gujarat[13]73 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996

Vankar-Sadhu Gujarat[13]74 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Vansfoda,

Vansfodia or Vanza

Gujarat[13]75 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Vanzara and

Kangsiwala (Hindu) and
Vanzara (Muslim) of
Dangs district only

Gujarat[13]76 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Waghari,

Dataniya Waghari,
Vedu Waghari,
Talpada Waghari,
Gamachi Waghari,
Godadia Waghari,
Chibhadia Waghari,
Marada or Marwada
Waghari,
Wadwa Waghari

Gujarat[13]77 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001

Vaghri- Gamicho, Vedu Churalia, Jhakudia (where they are not [[Scheduled tribes|STs]]) Gujarat[13]77A. 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001

Wagher(Hindu and Muslim) Gujarat[13]78 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Wandhara Gujarat[13]79 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Pakhali Gujarat[13]80 12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996
Sathwara, Satawara, Sathwara-Kadiya, Satwara-Kadiya, Dalwadi and Kadiya Gujarat[13]81 12011/44/99-BCC 21 September 2000

12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Mali,

Fool Mali,
Marathi Mali,
Kach Mali,
Jire Mali,
Bagban,
Rayeen

Gujarat[13]82 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

Rajbhar, Bhar Gujarat[13]83 12011/88-98-BCC 6 December 1999

12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001

Kumbhar (Prajapati,Varia), Prajapati (Gujjar Prajapati, Varia Prajapati, Sorthia Prajapati), Sorathiya Prajapati Gujarat[13]84 12011/88-98-BCC 6 December 1999

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Lakhara/

Lakhwara/
Laxkar

Gujarat[13]85 12011/88-98-BCC 6 December 1999
Koshti Gujarat[13]86 12011/88-98-BCC 6 December 1999
Swakul Sali/ Sali Gujarat[13]87 12011/88-98-BCC 6 December 1999
Kalal Gujarat[13]88 12011/88-98-BCC 6 December 1999
Vanza (Darji)

Darji/ Sai Sutar

Gujarat[13]89 12011/88-98-BCC 6 December 1999
Mistri (Suthar/Sutar), Suthar, Mistri, Gurjar (Suthar/Sutar), Gujjar, Gujjar (Suthar/Sutar) Gujarat[13]90 12011/88-98-BCC 6 December 1999

12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Luhar/Lohar/ Panchal Gujarat[13]91 12011/88-98-BCC 6 December 1999
Mahia (Maiya) Gujarat[13]92 12011/88-98-BCC 6 December 1999
Kachhia,

Kachhi,
Kachhi-Kushwaha,
Maurya-Koiri

Gujarat[13]93 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001

Bhandari Gujarat[13]94 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
Kathi Gujarat[13]95 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
Bhadbhunja Gujarat[13]96 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
Chhipa Gujarat[13]97 12011/88-98-BCC 6 December 1999

12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001

Jagri Gujarat[13]98 12011/9/2004-BCC 16 January 2006
Khavas Gujarat[13]99 12011/9/2004-BCC 16 January 2006
Sagar Gujarat[13]100 12011/9/2004-BCC 16 January 2006
Arab (Muslim) Gujarat[13]101 12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011
Nizama (Hindu) Gujarat[13]102 12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011
Sumra (Muslim) Gujarat[13]103 12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011
Tamboli Gujarat[13]104 12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011
Aheria

Aheri
Hari
Heri
Naik
Theri or Turi or
Thori

Haryana[14]1 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Barra Haryana[14]2 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Beta

Hensi or
Hesi

Haryana[14]3 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bagria or Bagaria Haryana[14]4 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Barwar Haryana[14]5 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Barai

Tamboli

Haryana[14]6 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Baragi

Bairagi

Haryana[14]7 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Battera Haryana[14]8 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bharbhunja

Bharbhuja

Haryana[14]9 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhat

Bhatra
Darpi
Ramiya

Haryana[14]10 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhuhalia Lohar Haryana[14]11 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Changar Haryana[14]12 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chirimar Haryana[14]13 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chang Haryana[14]14 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chimba or Chhimba,

Chhipi,
Chimpa,
Darzi,
Rohilla

Haryana[14]15 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/44/99-BCCdt. 21/09/2000

Daiya Haryana[14]16 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dhobi Haryana[14]17 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dakaut Haryana[14]18 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dhimar,

Mallah,
Kashyap-Rajpoot,
Kahar,
Jhinwar or Jhimar,
Dhiwar,
Khewat,
Mehra,
Nishad,
Sakka,
Bhisti,
Sheikh-Abbasi

Haryana[14]19 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Dhosali

Dosali

Haryana[14]20 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C)10 September 1993
Faquir Haryana[14]21 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C)10 September 1993
Gwaria

Gauria or
Gwar

Haryana[14]22 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C)10 September 1993
Ghirath or Ghidath Haryana[14]23 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Ghasi

Ghasiara or
Ghosi

Haryana[14]24 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Gorkha Haryana[14]25 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gawala, Gowala, Ahir/ Yadav Haryana[14]26 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996

Gadaria,

Pal,

Haryana[14]27 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/44/99-BCC 21 September 2000

Garhi- Lohar Haryana[14]28 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Hajjam,

Nai,
Nais,
Sain,
Salmani.

Haryana[14]29 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Jhangra Brahman or

Jangra Brahman or Jangid Brahman,
Khati,
Ramgarhia,
Suthar,
Dhiman,
Tarkhan,
Barhai,
Baddi

Haryana[14]30 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996
12011/44/99-BCC 21 September 2000

Joginath,

Jogi,
Nath,
Jangam-Jogi,
Yogi

Haryana[14]31 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/44/99-BCC 21 September 2000
12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Kanjar or

Kanchan

Haryana[14]32 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kurmi Haryana[14]33 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kumhar, Prajapati Haryana[14]34 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kamboj Haryana[14]35 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Khanghera Haryana[14]36 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kuchband Haryana[14]37 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Labana or Lobana Haryana[14]38 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Lakhera,

Manihar,
Kachera

Haryana[14]39 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Lohar or Luhar

Saifi,
Panchal

Haryana[14]40 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
12011/44/99-BCC 21 September 2000

Madari Haryana[14]41 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mochi (excluding those

who are included in Scheduled Castes)

Haryana[14]42 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mirasi Haryana[14]43 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Nar Haryana[14]44 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Noongar Haryana[14]45 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Nalband Haryana[14]46 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C)10 September 1993
Pinja

Penja

Haryana[14]47 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Rehar or Rihar

Rehara or
Re

Haryana[14]48 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Rai Sikh Haryana[14]49 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Rechband Haryana[14]50 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Shorgir or Shergir Haryana[14]51 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Soi Haryana[14]52 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Singlikant or Singikant

Singiwala

Haryana[14]53 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Sunar,

Zaragar,
Soni

Haryana[14]54 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/44/99-BCC 21 September 2000

Thathera or Thater

Tamera

Haryana[14]55 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Teli Haryana[14]56 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Vanzara,

Banzara,
Banjara or Vanjara

Haryana[14]57 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Weaver (Jullaha including Kabir Panthi Julaha) (excluding those who are included in Scheduled Castes) Haryana[14]58 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mina or Meena Haryana[14]59 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Charan Haryana[14]60 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Nat (other than those who are already included in the List of Scheduled Castes for Haryana) Haryana[14]61 12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996
Raigar (other than those who are already included in the List of Scheduled Castes for Haryana) Haryana[14]62 12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996
Bhattu/Chatttu Haryana[14]63 12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996
Badi/ Baddon Haryana[14]64 12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996
Rahabari Haryana[14]65 12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996
Lodh, Lodha,

Lodhi

Haryana[14]66 12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996

12011/1/2001-BCC 19 June 2003

Meo Haryana[14]67 12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996
Gujjar Haryana[14]68 12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996
Saini,

Shakya

Haryana[14]69 12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996

12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Bhar,

Rajbhar.

Haryana[14]70 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Rangrez,

Nilgar,
Leelgar, Lallari

Haryana[14]71 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Jaiswar Haryana[14]72 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Soni(Dawala),

Nyaria

Haryana[14]73 12011/36/99-BCCdt. 04/04/2000

12015/9/2000-BCCdt. 06/09/2001

Gramini Haryana[14]74 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Aheri or Ahori

Heri
Naik
Thori
Turi

Himachal Pradesh[15]1 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Ard pop Himachal Pradesh[15]2 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Deleted Himachal Pradesh[15]3 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Bahti Himachal Pradesh[15]4 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bata,

Hensi or Hesi

Himachal Pradesh[15]5 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bagria Himachal Pradesh[15]6 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Batoerha Himachal Pradesh[15]7 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Baragi

Bairagi

Himachal Pradesh[15]8 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bharbunha

Bharbhuja or
Bharbhunja

Himachal Pradesh[15]9 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhat,

Bhatta,
Darpi

Himachal Pradesh[15]10 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhuhalia Himachal Pradesh[15]11 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chang or Chahang Himachal Pradesh[15]12 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Changar Himachal Pradesh[15]13 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chirimar Himachal Pradesh[15]14 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dhimer or Dhimar or

Dhiwar

Himachal Pradesh[15]15 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Dhosali

Dosal

Himachal Pradesh[15]16 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Daiya Himachal Pradesh[15]17 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Faquir Himachal Pradesh[15]18 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Ghirath including Chang

and Bhati

Himachal Pradesh[15]19 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Ghasi, Ghasiara, or

Ghosia

Himachal Pradesh[15]20 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gorkha Himachal Pradesh[15]21 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Ghai Himachal Pradesh[15]22 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gowala

Gwala

Himachal Pradesh[15]23 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gadaria Himachal Pradesh[15]24 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gawaria

Gauria
Gwar

Himachal Pradesh[15]25 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Hajam, Nai Himachal Pradesh[15]26 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Dhinwar or Jhinwar

Jheewar

Himachal Pradesh[15]27 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Keshap Rajput Himachal Pradesh[15]28 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kahar Himachal Pradesh[15]29 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kumhar, Prajapati, Kumbar, Ghumar, Ghumhar Himachal Pradesh[15]30 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Kangehra Himachal Pradesh[15]31 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kanjar

Kanchan

Himachal Pradesh[15]32 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kurmi Himachal Pradesh[15]33 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Labana Himachal Pradesh[15]34 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mahatam Himachal Pradesh[15]35 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Madari Himachal Pradesh[15]36 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mirasi Himachal Pradesh[15]37 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mallah Himachal Pradesh[15]38 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mehra Himachal Pradesh[15]39 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Nai (Kuleen Brahman) Himachal Pradesh[15]40 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Nalband Himachal Pradesh[15]41 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Nar Himachal Pradesh[15]42 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Pinja or Penja,

Panja, Nadaf, Nadaaf

Himachal Pradesh[15]43 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Rechband Himachal Pradesh[15]44 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Soi Himachal Pradesh[15]45 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Thawin Himachal Pradesh[15]46 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gaddi (in merged areas only) Himachal Pradesh[15]47 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gujjar or Gujar (in merged areas only) Himachal Pradesh[15]48 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Julaha,

Ansari (other than those included in the List of SCs)

Himachal Pradesh[15]49 12015/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001

Tarkhan, Badhai, Ramgarhi, Dhiman(excluding Lohar), Vishwakarma Himachal Pradesh[15]50 12015/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Pumba Himachal Pradesh[15]51 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Hadi Himachal Pradesh[15]52 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Saini Himachal Pradesh[15]53[16] 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Bahach Hanjie and

Shikara Wallas (excluding house-boat owners)

Jammu and Kashmir[17]1 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Bangi, (sweepers)

Bhangi, (excluding those in Sch. Caste)
Khakrob

Jammu and Kashmir[17]2 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Barbers (Rural only) Jammu and Kashmir[17]3 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Bhand Jammu and Kashmir[17]4 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Dambali Faqir Jammu and Kashmir[17]5 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Doom (excluding those in Sch. Caste) Jammu and Kashmir[17]6 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Fishermen including

Gada Hanz

Jammu and Kashmir[17]7 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Grati (Rural only) Jammu and Kashmir[17]8 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Jheewar Jammu and Kashmir[17]9 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Kulfaqir Jammu and Kashmir[17]10 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Kumhar

Kumahar (Village Potters)

Jammu and Kashmir[17]11 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Madari,

Bazigar

Jammu and Kashmir[17]12 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Mirasi Jammu and Kashmir[17]13 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Sansi Jammu and Kashmir[17]14 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Shaksaz Jammu and Kashmir[17]15 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Shoe-repairers (working without the aid of machines) Jammu and Kashmir[17]16 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Shupri Wattal (excluding those in Sch. Caste) Jammu and Kashmir[17]17 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Sikligar Jammu and Kashmir[17]18 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Teeli,

Teli (Rural only)

Jammu and Kashmir[17]19 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Village Washermen Jammu and Kashmir[17]20 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Lohar

Tarkhan

Jammu and Kashmir[17]21 12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001
Abdal Jharkhand[18]1 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Aghori Jharkhand[18]2 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Amaat Jharkhand[18]3 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Bagdi Jharkhand[18]4 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Bakho (Muslim) Jharkhand[18]5 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Banpar Jharkhand[18]6 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Barai Jharkhand[18]7 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Barhai, Vishwakarma Jharkhand[18]8 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Bari Jharkhand[18]9 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Beldar Jharkhand[18]10 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Bhar Jharkhand[18]11 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Bhaskar Jharkhand[18]12 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Bhat, Bhatt, Bhat (Muslim) Jharkhand[18]13 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Bhathiara (Muslim) Jharkhand[18]14 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Bind Jharkhand[18]15 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Bhuihar, Bhuiyar Jharkhand[18]16 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Chain, Chayeen Jharkhand[18]17 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Chapota Jharkhand[18]18 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Chandrabanshi (Kahar) Jharkhand[18]19 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Chanou Jharkhand[18]20 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Christian converts from Other Backward Classes Jharkhand[18]21 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Christian converts from Scheduled Castes Jharkhand[18]22 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Churihar (Muslim) Jharkhand[18]23 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Dafali (Muslim) Jharkhand[18]24 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Dangi Jharkhand[18]25 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Devhar Jharkhand[18]26 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Dhamin Jharkhand[18]27 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Dhanuk Jharkhand[18]28 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Dhanwar Jharkhand[18]29 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Dhekaru Jharkhand[18]30 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Dhimar Jharkhand[18]31 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Dhobi (Muslim) Jharkhand[18]32 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Dhunia (Muslim) Jharkhand[18]33 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Gaddi Jharkhand[18]34 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Gandharb, Gandarbh Jharkhand[18]35 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Gangai (Nagesh) Jharkhand[18]36 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Gangota, Gangoth Jharkhand[18]37 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Ghatwar Jharkhand[18]38 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Godi (Chhava) Jharkhand[18]39 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Goud Jharkhand[18]40 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Gulgaliya Jharkhand[18]41 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Idrisi or Darzi (Muslim) Jharkhand[18]42 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Jogi (Jugi) Jharkhand[18]43 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Kadar Jharkhand[18]44 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Kaivartta, Kaibartta Jharkhand[18]45 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Kagzi Jharkhand[18]46 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Kalandar Jharkhand[18]47 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Kamar (Lohar, Karmakar), Visvakarma Jharkhand[18]48 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Kanu Jharkhand[18]49 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Kapadia Jharkhand[18]50 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Kasab (Kasai) (Muslim) Jharkhand[18]51 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Kewat (Keot) Jharkhand[18]52 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Khangar Jharkhand[18]53 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Khatik Jharkhand[18]54 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Khatwa Jharkhand[18]55 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Khatwe Jharkhand[18]56 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Khelta Jharkhand[18]57 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Khetauri, Khatauri Jharkhand[18]58 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Kochh Jharkhand[18]59 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Korku Jharkhand[18]60 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Kosta, Koshta Jharkhand[18]61 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Kulahia Jharkhand[18]62 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Kurmi, Kurmi (Mahto) Jharkhand[18]63 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Kushwaha (Koeri) Jharkhand[18]64 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Laheri Jharkhand[18]65 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Madar Jharkhand[18]66 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Madari (Muslim) Jharkhand[18]67 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Mehtar, Halalkhor, Lalbegi, Bhangi (all Muslim) Jharkhand[18]68 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Majhwar Jharkhand[18]69 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Malar (Malhor) Jharkhand[18]70 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Mali (Malakar) Jharkhand[18]71 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Mallah (Surhiya), Kewat Murawari Jharkhand[18]72 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Mangar (Magar) Jharkhand[18]73 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Markande Jharkhand[18]74 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Maulik Jharkhand[18]75 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Mauriari, Mauriaro, Mauriara Jharkhand[18]76 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Miriasin (Muslim) Jharkhand[18]77 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Mirshikar (Muslim) Jharkhand[18]78 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Momin (Muslim), Julaha, Ansari Jharkhand[18]79 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Mukri (Mukeri) (Muslim) Jharkhand[18]80 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Nagar (This does not include Maithili Brahmins and immigrant Nagars from other States who are Brahmins and Baniyas) Jharkhand[18]81 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Nai Jharkhand[18]82 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Naiya Jharkhand[18]83 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Nalband (Muslim) Jharkhand[18]84 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Namshudra Jharkhand[18]85 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Nat (Muslim) Jharkhand[18]86 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Nonia, Nunia Jharkhand[18]87 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Pahira Jharkhand[18]88 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Pal (Bherihar-Gaderi), Gaderia Jharkhand[18]89 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Pamaria (Muslim) Jharkhand[18]90 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Pandi Jharkhand[18]91 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Pinganiya Jharkhand[18]92 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Pradhan Jharkhand[18]93 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Prajapati (Kumbhar) Jharkhand[18]94 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Rajbanshi (Risiya and Poliya) Jharkhand[18]95 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Rajbhar Jharkhand[18]96 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Rajdhobi Jharkhand[18]97 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Rangwa Jharkhand[18]98 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Rangrez (Muslim) Jharkhand[18]99 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Rauttiya Jharkhand[18]100 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Rayeen or Kunjra (Muslim) Jharkhand[18]101 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Sauta (Sota) Jharkhand[18]102 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Sayee (Muslim) Jharkhand[18]103 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Shekhra Jharkhand[18]104 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Shershahbadi Jharkhand[18]105 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Shivhari Jharkhand[18]106 12015/2/2007-B.C.C. 18 August 2010
Sonar, Sunar Jharkhand[18]107 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Sukiyar Jharkhand[18]108 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Tamariya Jharkhand[18]109 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Tamoli, Tamboli Jharkhand[18]110 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Tanti (Tatwa), Tati, Tatin Jharkhand[18]111 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Teli Jharkhand[18]112 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Tharu Jharkhand[18]113 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Thakurai (Muslim) Jharkhand[18]114 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Tikulhar Jharkhand[18]115 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Tiyar Jharkhand[18]116 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Turha Jharkhand[18]117 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Yadav (Gwala, Ahir, Gope), Mehar, Sadgop Jharkhand[18]118 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Saikalgar (Sikligar) (Muslim) Jharkhand[18]119 12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
Chik (Muslim) Jharkhand[18]120 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Bairagi Jharkhand[18]121 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Sudi, Halwai, Roniyar, Pansari, Modi, Kasera, Kesarwani, Thathera, Patwa, Sinduriya- Bania, Mahuri-Vaishya, Awadh-Bania/Adrakhi, Agrahari-Vaishya Jharkhand[18]122 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Dhankar Jharkhand[18]123 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Kalal, Eraqui Jharkhand[18]124 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Kalwar Jharkhand[18]125 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Parya Jharkhand[18]126 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Kaura Jharkhand[18]127 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Bailapatar

Bailpatar
Bilapatar

Karnataka[19]1 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Bairagi

Bava
Bavaji
Byaragi
Bavani

Karnataka[19]2 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Bajania

Bajenia

Karnataka[19]3 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Balasanthoshi Karnataka[19]4 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Bazigar Karnataka[19]5 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Bedaru,

Valimiki,
Barki,
Parivara,
Bendar,
Berad,
Boya,
Naikamakkalu,
Naikwadi,
Palegar,
Remoshi,
Talwar,
Valmikimakkalum
Vedan,
Parivara Nayaka,
Talawara,
Myasa Nayaka,
Urs Nayaka,
Byada,
Bargi,
Hirshikari

Karnataka[19]6 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC,15 May 1995
12011/14/2004-BCC,12 March 2007
12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Beria Karnataka[19]7 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Beshtar

Bunde-Beshta

Karnataka[19]8 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/14/2004-BCC,12 March 2007

Bhamta

Bhomptra
Paradeshi Bhampta
Bhomptra
Takari Uchillian

Karnataka[19]9 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/14/2004-BCC,12 March 2007

Bhardi

Bhargi

Karnataka[19]10 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Budbudki,

Budbudkala,
Devari,
Joshi,
Budubuduki,
Bududki,
Chhetri,
Garadi

Karnataka[19]11 12011/68/93 [4]- BCC ( C) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Chara

Chhar
Chhara

Karnataka[19]12 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Chapper Band

Chapper Banda (Muslim)

Karnataka[19]13 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC,15 May 1995
120011/14/2004-BCC,12 March 2007

Chitrakathijoshi Karnataka[19]14 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Dang-Dasar Karnataka[19]15 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Darvesu Karnataka[19]16 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Dholi Karnataka[19]17 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Dombi-Dasaru Karnataka[19]18 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/14/2004-BCC,12 March 2007

Durgamurga

Burburcha

Karnataka[19]19 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Modiga

Modikara
Modikar

Karnataka[19]20 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC,15 May 1995

Ghisadi Karnataka[19]21 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Golla,

Gouli,
Lingayat Gowli/Gauli/Kawadiga,
Gavali, Gavli, Konar, Konnur, Krishna Gavali,
Gopal,
Yadav,
Asthanagolla,
Yadava,
Adavigolla,
Gopala,
Gopali,
Maniyani

Karnataka[19]22 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Gondali

Ghondali
Gondaliga
Gondhali
Gondhalli

Karnataka[19]23 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Chigaribetegar

Vaghri
Wagiri
Nirshikari
Bagri
Baori
Phasachari
Vagri

Karnataka[19]24 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Helava

Holeva

Karnataka[19]25 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Howgar

Hawgar
Hawadiga

Karnataka[19]26 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Javeri

Jawari

Karnataka[19]27 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Johari Karnataka[19]28 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Jogi, Brahma Kapali,

Joger, Jogtin, Kapali, Raval, Ravalia
Sanjogi,
Jogar

Karnataka[19]29 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Sadajoshi Karnataka[19]30 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kamati

Kaman

Karnataka[19]31 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kanjirbhat

Khanjarbhat
Kanjirbhaat

Karnataka[19]32 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kanjari

Kanjar
Kanjir

Karnataka[19]33 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kashikapdi

Kashikapadi
Tirumali

Karnataka[19]34 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kalkari, Kelkari

Khelkari

Karnataka[19]35 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Katabu

Katabar

Karnataka[19]36 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kolhati

Kolhatigi

Karnataka[19]37 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Korwar

Korwari
Kaikadi
Koragar
Yerkala
Erakala
Kunchi
Korva
Koramasetty
Yerukala

Karnataka[19]38 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC,15 May 1995

Masaniayogi Karnataka[19]39 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Nandiwala, Karnataka[19]40 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC,10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Nat

Natuva

Karnataka[19]41 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Natha Panthi

Daurigosayi

Karnataka[19]42 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/14/2004-BCC,12 March 2007

Pamlor Karnataka[19]42A 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Pichguntala

Pichigunta
Pichuguntala

Karnataka[19]43 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007

Sansia Karnataka[19]44 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Sarania Karnataka[19]45 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Sarordi

Saroda

Karnataka[19]46 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Shikkaligar

Shikalgar
Sikkaligara

Karnataka[19]47 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007

Takankar Karnataka[19]48 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Vadi Karnataka[19]49 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Vaidu Karnataka[19]50 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Vasudev Karnataka[19]51 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Vir

Veer
Veeramasti

Karnataka[19]52 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Medara, Lingayat Medhar, Batter, Burned,Gowriga, Gowri, Gowrimaratha Karnataka[19]53 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Halawakki-Wakkal,

Vakkal,
Gram Vakkal,
Gam Gowda,
Gam Gawda,
Gam Vokkal, Grama Vokkalu,
Gavada,
Karevakkal,
Kunchavakkal,
Attevakkal,
Shilwakkal,
Halakkivakkal

Karnataka[19]54 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Agasa

Lingayat Agasa
Sakala, Madivala/ Madivalaru
Lingayat Madivala
Sakalavadu
Tsakala
Chakala
Vannan
Dhobi
Parit
Rajaka

Karnataka[19]55 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Aghori,

Karkarmunda

Karnataka[19]56 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Agnani Karnataka[19]57 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Ambalavasi

Ambalakarma
Ambalakaran

Karnataka[19]58 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Ambattan Karnataka[19]59 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Anduran Karnataka[19]60 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Atari, Athari Karnataka[19]61 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Bahurupi Karnataka[19]62 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Bakadra Karnataka[19]63 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Bathal

Battal
Batter
Battar

Karnataka[19]64 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Bawtar Karnataka[19]65 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Bhaat

Bhatraj
Bohrot,
Bhatraju

Karnataka[19]66 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Bhavin Karnataka[19]67 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC 15 May 1995

Binapatta Karnataka[19]68 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC 15 May 1995

Bingi Karnataka[19]69 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC 15 May 1995

Bogad

Bogadi
Bagadi
Bogodi
Bagaadi
Bagdi
Bagodi,
Begadi,
Bagali

Karnataka[19]70 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Chaliyan

Teruvan,
Challiya

Karnataka[19]71 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Chamboti Karnataka[19]72 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Chambukutti Karnataka[19]73 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Chaptegar

Chaptegara

Karnataka[19]74 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Charodi

Mestha

Karnataka[19]75 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Chitara Karnataka[19]76 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Chunchar Karnataka[19]77 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC 15 May 1995

Digwan

Jingar

Karnataka[19]78 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC 15 May 1995

Ghadi,

Gadiga,
Gunagi

Karnataka[19]79 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Ghadsi

Ghadshi

Karnataka[19]80 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC 15 May 1995

Giddidki

Pingle
Pingale

Karnataka[19]81 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC,15 May 1995

Goniga,

Sadu Setty,
Sadhu Chetty,
Sadhu Setty,
Sadhu Chetty,
Sadhu Shetty,
Telugu Chetty,
Telugu Chettiar,
Telugu Shetty,
Telugu Setty,
Telungupatti Chetty,
Telungu Chetty,
Telungu Chettiar,
24 Mane Telugu Shetty,
24 Mane Telugu Chetty,
24 Mane Telugu Chettiar,
24 Manai Telugu Shetty,
24 Manai Telugu Chetty,
24 Manai Telugu Chettiar,
Salaparu,
Sanaparu,
Sanapar,
Salapar,
Janapar,
Janapan,
Janapachetty,
Janapashetty,
Janapasetty,
Gonichetty,
Gonigamane

Karnataka[19]82 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/68/98-BCC27 October 1999
12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001

Gosavi

Gosayi
Gosain
Atit

Karnataka[19]83 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993
Gujar

Guzar

Karnataka[19]84 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993
Gurav,

Lingayat Gurav,
Gurov,
Tambli,
Tamballa,
Gurava,
Gurou

Karnataka[19]85 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Gabit

Gabbit
Gapit
Gaabit
DaaljiDaavat

Karnataka[19]86 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993

12011/14/2004-BCC,12 March 2007

Gangakula,

Gangemakkalu,
Gangamatha,
Gangaputra,
Gowrimatha,
Ambig,
Ambiga,
Ambi,
Barika,
Rajbhoi,
Gangamathastha,
Jalagara,
Konkan Kharvi,
Koli,
Kolimahadev,
Maddar,
Bestha,
Kabbaliga,
Kabbili,
Kabber,
Kabbera,
Kharvi,
Bhoi,
Bhoyi,
Boyi,
Bovi,
Thoreya,
Harakanthra,
Hariakanthra,
Kahar,
Meenagar,
Mogaveera,
Kharia,
Sunnagara,
Siviyar,
Parivara,
Galadakonkani
Pagi

Karnataka[19]87 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
12015/9/ 2000-BCC 6 September 2001
12011/14/2004-BCC,12 March 2007
12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010
12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Hanabaru

Krishna Golla
Anubaru
Atanabaru
Hanbar
Hanabar

Karnataka[19]88 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993
Handevazir Karnataka[19]89 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993
Handervut Karnataka[19]90 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993
Honniyar Karnataka[19]91 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993
Hoovadiga,

Hugar,
Hoogar,
Lingayat Hugar/Hoogara
Hoogaran,
Maalgar,
Lingayat Malgar,
Mali,
Phoolmali,
Phulmali,
Phulari, Phoolari,
Jeer,
Lingayat Jeer

Karnataka[19]92 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Kadu Konkani Karnataka[19]93 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993
Kanate Karnataka[19]94 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993
Karikudumbi Karnataka[19]95 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993
Karuva Karnataka[19]96 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC,15 May 1995

Kasai,

Katik,
Khatik,
Katuka
Katuga,
Aray,
Are Kasai, Ari Katikelu, Kalal Khatik,
Kasab,
Maratti (except in south Kanara District), Suryavamsha Kshatriya

Karnataka[19]97 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Kasar

Kansar
Kanchori
Kanchera
Kanchugara
Bogara

Karnataka[19]98 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC,15 May 1995
12011/14/2004-BCC,12 March 2007

Kasbin Karnataka[19]99 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kavadi Karnataka[19]100 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993
Kavutian Karnataka[19]101 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/14/2004-BCC,12 March 2007

Kichagara Karnataka[19]102 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993
Kolayan

Urali

Karnataka[19]103 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kalayiri

Koleri, Kolari

Karnataka[19]104 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/14/2004-BCC,12 March 2007

Kolla

Kollala

Karnataka[19]105 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kanisan

Kaniyar
Kaniyaru
Kaniya
Kaniyan(Other than Kollegal Taluqa of Mysore District),
Kanyan,
Balyaya

Karnataka[19]106 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
12015/9/2000 –BCC 6 September 2001

Kotekshatriya,

Rama Kshatriya,
Ramaraja Kshatriya,
Servgar (South Kanara)
Serugara (North Kanara),
Koteyar,
Kotegara,
Kotegar ( other than those included in the list of SC),
Kotekar

Karnataka[19]107 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC,15 May 1995
12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
12011/14/2004-BCC,12 March 2007

Kudubi Karnataka[19]108 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kanbi

Kulwadi
Kunbi

Karnataka[19]109 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993
Kurma

Kurmi

Karnataka[19]110 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993
Kutuma Karnataka[19]111 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993
Kumbara, Chakrasali, Gunaga, Ganagi, Kula,

Kummara,
Khumara,
Kumbhar, Kumbard,
Khumbhar,
Lingayat Kumbar / Kumbara,
Kusavan,
Kulala,
Kulalar,
Moolya,
Sajjan Kumbara

Karnataka[19]112 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC,10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC,15 May 1995
12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001
12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Kuruba

Kurub
Kurab
Kuruban
Kurumban
Kurumba
Lingayat Kuruba /Kurubaru
Halumatha
Dhangar
Bharwad
Goraya

Karnataka[19]113 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC,15 May 1995
12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001
12011/9/04-BCC 16 January 2006
12011/14/2004-BCC,12 March 2007

Ladar,

Lad /Kshatriya Lad/ Sugandhi Lad,
Ladaru/ Ladara,
Yelegar

Karnataka[19]114 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993

12011/14/2004-BCC,12 March 2007
12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Lonari Karnataka[19]115 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993
Mannan Karnataka[19]116 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993
Marta Karnataka[19]117 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993
Marayan

Maravan

Karnataka[19]118 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC,15 May 1995

Mudhar Karnataka[19]119 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC,15 May 1995

Mukkavan Karnataka[19]120 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC,15 May 1995

Murrari Karnataka[19]121 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993
Nadora,

Uppunador
Upanador/ Upa Nadavar,
Torke Nador,
Nador/Nadavar/Nadava

Karnataka[19]122 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Nalki Karnataka[19]123 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Osthan Karnataka[19]124 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Otari Karnataka[19]125 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Padit Karnataka[19]126 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Panasa

Pansa

Karnataka[19]127 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993
Pandaram

Pandar
Pandara

Karnataka[19]128 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Panaba Karnataka[19]128A 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Panika Karnataka[19]129 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Pannekara-Konkani Karnataka[19]129A 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Patra Karnataka[19]130 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Patramela Karnataka[19]131 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Pichati Karnataka[19]132 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Pullavan Karnataka[19]133 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Reinudas Karnataka[19]134 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Rajapuri

Rajpur
Balavalikar

Karnataka[19]135 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Saniyaar Karnataka[19]136 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993

12011/14/2004-BCC,12 March 2007

Sanyasi Karnataka[19]137 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993
Satarkar Karnataka[19]138 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Shanan Karnataka[19]139 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Sudir

Sudra

Karnataka[19]140 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Sutsali Karnataka[19]141 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Tachayiri Karnataka[19]142 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Tilari

Tirali

Karnataka[19]143 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Tilvi Karnataka[19]144 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Tigala,

Thigala
Tigler
Vannikula, Kshatriya
Vanniya
Vanniyar
Vannia Gounder
Gounder / Gownder
Padayachi
Kander
Shambhukula Kshatriya
Agnikula Kshatriya
Dharmaraja Kapu
Kurovan,
Palli

Karnataka[19]145 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC,15 May 1995
12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001
12011/14/2004-BCC,12 March 2007

Beldar,

Chunar,
Gavandi,
Govandi,
Gavadi,
Goundi,
Melusakkare,
Kallu Kutiga Uppara
Melusakkreyavaru,
Namada Uppara,
Sunna Uppara,
Sunnagara,
Padit / Padti,
Padithi,
Uppaliga,
Uppaliga Shetty,
Sagar,
Sagara,
Kerebandiyavaru,
Lonari,
Yekkali,
Yakalara

Karnataka[19]146 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
12011/44/99-BCC 21 September 2000
12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001
12011/14/2004-BCC,12 March 2007
12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Velluthedan Karnataka[19]147 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Vettuvan Karnataka[19]148 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993
Yekalar,

Yaklar,
Egilika,

Karnataka[19]149 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993

12015 /9/ 2000-BCC 6 September 2001

Yeralu Karnataka[19]150 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Scheduled Castes Converts to Christianity Karnataka[19]151 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Gatti/Gattiyavaru Karnataka[19]152 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Gudigara Karnataka[19]153 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993
Maravar Karnataka[19]154 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC ( C) 10 September 1993
Idiga, Belchad, Poojari, Desha Bhandari,

Ediga,
Eliga,
Iliga,
Halepaik, Halepaikaru,
Billava,
Devar,
Malayali Billava,
Deevar,
Devaramakkalu, Divaramakkalu,
Namdhari,
Kalal,
Goundla,
Goondla,
Thiyan, Thiyyan,
Tiyan,
Ezhava,
Thiyya, Nadar

Karnataka[19]155 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Vokaliga, Vakkaliga, Sarpa Vokkaliga (Rural areas only), Uppina Kolaga Vokkaliga, Gouda/Gowda, Hallikara Karnataka[19]156 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/36/99/BCC 4 April 2000
12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001
12011/1/2001-BCC,19 June 2003
12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Darzi,

Bhavasar Kshatriya,
Chippi,
Chippiga,
Simpi,
Shimpi,
Lingayat Simpy
Sivasimpy,
Sai,
Mirai,
Rangari,
Rangrez,
Nilari,
Namdev,
Namdev Simpy,
Rangare,
Neelagar,
Lingayat Neelagar

Karnataka[19]157 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Devanga,

Devang,
Koshti
Hutgar/Hutkar,
Jed,
Lingayat Bilijedaru / Jeda,
Winkar,
Julohi,
Hulkar,
Hatagar,
Lingayat Hatgar

Karnataka[19]158 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
12011/14/2004-BCC,12 March 2007

Neygi, Kurni, Thogataru, Thogatiga, Thogataveera, Thogatagera, Thogataveera Kshatriya, Thogaja Pushpanjali, Padma Shali, Padma Sali, Pattasale, Pattasali,

Lingayat Neygi/Nekar/Neygi,
Kuruhinasetty,
Lingayat Kurushinashetty,
Bilimagga,
Lingayat Bilimagga,
Thogata,
Soniga,
Jhamkhana,
Ayiri,
Avir,
Sale,
Padmasale,
Saale,
Kaikolan,
Sengundhar,
Neikar, Jandra,
Jadar
Lingayat Jadaru
Sakulasale

Karnataka[19]159 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/88/98-BCCdt.06/12/1999
12011/44/99-BCC,21 September 2000
12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Pategar

Patvekari
Pattegar

Karnataka[19]160 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007

Viswakarma,

Akkasale,
Aksali,
Lingayat Akkasali,
Achari,
Badigar, Bailapatra, Bailu Akkasali, Bailu Kammara, Konkani Achar,
Viswa Brahman,
Daivagna Brahman,
Kammara,
Lingayat Kammara,
Ausala,
Kambar, Kamsan, Kanchagar, Kanchora,
Kammalan,
Luhar ( Kammari),
Kamsal,
Lingayat Kammasali,
Kamsala,
Panchal,
Panchala,
Mesta
Sutar,
Badagi,
Lingayat Badiga,
Badiwadli,
Soni,
Sonar,
Pattar,
Gejjigara,
Silpi,
Sohagar, Tacehan, Thattan.

Karnataka[19]161 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC,15 May 1995
12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
12011/14/2004-BCC,12 March 2007
12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Devadiga

Devadigar
Moili
Moyili
Devadig
Devali
Sappaliga
Sheregar
Servegar
Suplig,
Padiar,
Seregara

Karnataka[19]162 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC 15 May 1995
12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Nayinda,

Lingayat Nayinda,
Nayanaja Kshatriya,
Nayanaja Kshatri,
Hajjam /Hajama,
Nhavi,
Nadiga,
Ambattan,
Mangala,
Kelasi,
Kshowrad,
Kshowrik / Kshaurika / Kshowrika,
Chouriya,
Navalig / Navaligara/ Navi, Napitha,
Savitha,
Bandari / Bhandari,
Lingayat Bhandari,
Bajanthri/ Bhajanthri,
Lingayat Bajantri,
Mahale,
Hadapada,
Lingayat Hadapada,
Melagara,
Pariyala,
Vajantri (Uttara Kannada District)

Karnataka[19]163 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
12011/44/99-BCC,21 September 2000
12011/14/2004-BCC,12 March 2007
12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Ganiga,

Lingayat Ganiga/Ganigar,
Lingayat Sajjan/ Sajjanaganigar,
Teli,
Gandla,
Vaniyan

Karnataka[19]164 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC (C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Rajput Karnataka[19]165 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Satani, Chattada Vaishnava, Sattada Vaishnava, Sattada Srivaishnava, Kadri Vaishnava, Chattada-Shri Vaishnava,

Vaishnava,
Sameraya, Sattadaval, Sattadavan

Karnataka[19]166 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Balija,

Balajiga,
Banajiga,
Bale Balajiga,
Dasa Banajiga,
Naidu,
Bhogam / Teluga,
Telaga Balija,
Teluga Banajiga,
Setty Balija,
Setty Banajiga,
Kasban,
Mannur/Munnar,
Mutrasi,
Matracha,
Janappan,
Balegara,
Lingayat Balegala / Baleshettaru,

Karnataka[19]167 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007

XXXXX Karnataka[19]168 n/a
XXXXX Karnataka[19]169 n/a
Somavamsha Arya Kshatriya,

Tambat,
Nalabund,
Chitragar,
Chitara,
Chittari
Aryakshatriya, Sarige,
Jeeragar,
Najabund

Karnataka[19]170 12011/44/99-BCC,21 September 2000

12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001
12011/9/04-BCC 16 January 2006
12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Pinjara

Pinjari,
Nadaf,
Ladaf,
Mansoori,
Dudekula
Mansuri

Karnataka[19]171 12011/44/99-BCC dated 21/09/2000

12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Kumara Panth,

Komarpant,
Komarpaik,

Karnataka[19]172 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Kotari,

Kottari,
Kotary,
Kottary,

Karnataka[19]173 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Nairy,

Nairi

Karnataka[19]174 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Koyava Karnataka[19]175 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Lingyat Banagar Karnataka[19]176 12011/ 88/ 98-BCC 6 December 1999
Full-Mali,

Baghban,
Bagban,
Bagwan,

Karnataka[19]177 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993

12011/ 88/ 98-BCC 6 December 1999

Pandara,

Pandar,
Pendara,
Pendari,
Pindari

Karnataka[19]178 12011/ 88/ 98-BCC 6 December 1999
Other Muslims excluding

(i) Cutchi Memon
(ii) Navayat
(iii) Bohra or Bhora or Borah
(iv) Sayyid
(v) Sheik
(vi) Pathan
(vii) Mughal
(viii) Mahdivia / Mahdavi
(ix) Konkani or Jamayati Muslims

Karnataka[19]179 12011/ 88/ 98-BCC 6 December 1999
Bandhari Karnataka[19]180 12011/ 88/ 98-BCC 6 December 1999

12011/14/2004-BCC,12 March 2007

Siddi Karnataka[19]181 12011/ 88/ 98-BCC 6 December 1999
Kumbri Maratha ( Belonging to Uttra Kannada district) Karnataka[19]182 12011/44/99-BCC dated 21/09/2000
Kulavadi ( Sudra )

Marati (belonging to Uttara Kannada district )

Karnataka[19]183 12011/44/99-BCC 21 September 2000
Hindu Sadaru Karnataka[19]184 12011/9/04-BCC 16 January 2006
XXXXX Karnataka[19]185 n/a
Baggaru Karnataka[19]186 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Dasari, Dasaru, Chakravadya Dasa Karnataka[19]187 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Ghisade Karnataka[19]188 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Jangala, Telugu Jangama, Pakanathi Jangama Karnataka[19]189 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Kodagu Kapala Karnataka[19]190 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Kumbri Marati (Uttara Kannada District) Karnataka[19]191 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Girini Waddar, Tudug Woddar, Kallu Vaddar,

Mannu Voddar, Bhandi Vaddar

Karnataka[19]192 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Banna (Kodagu District) Karnataka[19]193 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Kodagu (Heggade) (Kodagu Dist.) Karnataka[19]194 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Amma Kodava Karnataka[19]195 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Agasa Kerala[20]1 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Ambalakkaran Kerala[20]2 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Anglo Indian Kerala[20]3 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Aremahrati Kerala[20]4 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Arya Kerala[20]5 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bandari Kerala[20]6 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Billava Kerala[20]7 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chakkala Kerala[20]8 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chavalakkaran Kerala[20]9 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC 15 May 1995

Chetties

(Kottar Chetties,
Parakka Chetties,
Elur Chetties,
Attingal Chetties,
Pudukkada Chetties,
Iraniel Chetties,
Sri Pandara Chetties,
Telugu Chetties,
Udayamkulangara
Chetties,
Wynadan Chetties and
Kalavara Chetties,
Sadhu Chetties and
24 Manai Telugu Chetties)

Kerala[20]10 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Devadiga Kerala[20]11 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Devanga Kerala[20]12 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dheevara (Araya,

Arayavathi Mukkuvan or
Mukaya, Mogaveera,
Valan, Bovi Mukayar,
Nulayan, Valinijiar and
Paniakkal)

Kerala[20]13 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/96/94-BCC 9 March 1996
12011/12/96-BCC 1 September 1997

Ezhava,

Izhavan, Ishavan,
Ezhavan, Ezhuva,
Izhuva, Ishuva,
Izhuvan, Ishuvan,
Ezhuvan, Izhava

Kerala[20]14 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Ezhavathi Kerala[20]15 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Ezhuthachan Kerala[20]16 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Ganika Kerala[20]17 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Gatti Kerala[20]18 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gowda Kerala[20]19 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Hegde Kerala[20]20 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Izhavan,

Ishavan, Illuva,
Illuvan, Irava, Iruva,
Thiyyan, Thiyya

Kerala[20]21 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Jogi Kerala[20]22 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kaduppattan Kerala[20]23 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kaikolan Kerala[20]24 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kelasi(Kalasi Panicker) Kerala[20]25 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kalari Kurup or

Kalari Panicker

Kerala[20]26 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Viswakarma, including

Assari, Chaptegra,
Kallassari, Kammala,
Karuvan, Kitaran,
Kollan,
Malayala Kammala,
Pandi Kammala,
Moosari, Perumkollan,
Thattan,Pandithattan,
Vilkurup, Villasan,
Viswabrahmanan or
Viswabrahmanar and
Viswakarmala,
Thachan,
Kalthachan,
Kamsala, Kannan

Kerala[20]27 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Kannadiyan Kerala[20]28 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Kanisu or

Kaniyar Panicker, Kani or
Kaniyan (Ganaka) or
Kanisan or Kamnan

Kerala[20]29 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kavuthiyan,

Aduthon

Kerala[20]30 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Kavudiyaru Kerala[20]31 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC 15 May 1995

Koteyar Kerala[20]32 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Krishnanvaka Kerala[20]33 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kerala Mudali Kerala[20]34 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kudumbi Kerala[20]35 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kusavan (Kulala, Kulala

Nair,or Andhra Nair or
Anthura Nair)

Kerala[20]36 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kumbaran Kerala[20]36 A 12011/96/94-BCC 9 March 1996

12011/12/96-BCC 1 September 1997

Latin Catholic Kerala[20]37 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Madivala Kerala[20]38 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mappila Kerala[20]39 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Veluthedathu Nair

(Veluthedan and
Vannathan)

Kerala[20]65 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Vilakkithala Nair

(Vilakkithalavan)

Kerala[20]66 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Yadava (Kolaya, Ayar,

Mayar, Maniyani and Iruman)

Kerala[20]67 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Ganjam Reddi (in Malabar

District referred to in Sub-section (2) of Section 5 of the States Reorganisation Act, 1956)

Kerala[20]68 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Vishavan (in Malabar District as referred to in Sub-section (2) of Section 5 of the States Reorganisation Act, 1956) Kerala[20]69 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kammara (excluding Malabar District as referred to in Sub-section (2) of Section 5 of the States

Reorganisation Act, 1956)

Kerala[20]70 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Malayekandi (excluding Malabar District as referred to in Sub-section (2) of Section 5 of the States Reorganisation Act, 1956) Kerala[20]71 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Reddiar/ Reddian(excluding Malabar District as referred to in Sub-section (2) of Section 5 of the States Reorganisation Act, 1956) Kerala[20]72 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Marati (excluding Kasargod

Taluk of Malabar District)

Kerala[20]73 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Thachar Kerala[20]74 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Vettuva Navithan Kerala[20]75 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Kongu Navithan Kerala[20]76 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Saraswat Non-Brahmin Kerala[20]77 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Odde,

Boyan (in Malabar District as referred to in Sub- -section (2) of Section 5 of the States Reorganisation Act,1956)

Kerala[20]78 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Kallan Mooppan or

Kallan Mooppar

Kerala[20]79 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Mukhari alias Moovari Kerala[20]80 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Kongu Vellala, Gounder including Vellala Gounder, Nattu Gounder, Pala Gounder, Poosari Gounder and Pala Vellala Gounder Kerala[20]81 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Ahir,

Brajwasi, Gawli,
Gawali, Goli, Lingayat-Gaoli,
Gowari, (Gwari),
Gowra, Gawari, Gwara
Jadav,
Yadav,
Raut
Thethwar,
Gop/Gopal,
Bargahi,
Bargah

Madhya Pradesh[21]1 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Asara Madhya Pradesh[21]2 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bairagi Madhya Pradesh[21]3 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Banjara,

Kachiriwala Banjara,
Laman Banjara,
Bamania Banjara
Laman/Lambani,
Banjari,
Mathura, Mathura Labhan,
Mathura Banjari,
Navi Banjara, Jogi Banjara,
Nayak, Naykada,
Lambana/ Lambara
Lambhani, Labhana,
Laban, Labana, Lamne,
Dhuriya

Madhya Pradesh[21]4 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Barai,

Waarai,
Wari (Chaurasia),
Tamoli,
Tamboli
Kumavatt, Kumavat,
Bari

Madhya Pradesh[21]5 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Barhai,

Sutar,
Suthar,
Kunder,
Vishwakarma

Madhya Pradesh[21]6 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Vasudev,

Basudeva,
Basudev
Vasudeva
Harvola
Kapdia
Kapdi
Gondhli

Madhya Pradesh[21]7 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Badhbhuja,

Bhunjwa, Bhurji,
Dhuri or Dhoori

Madhya Pradesh[21]8 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
12015/09/2000-BCC 6 September 2001

Bhat

Charan (Charahm)
Salwi, Sutiya
Rav
Jasondhi
Maru-Sonia

Madhya Pradesh[21]9 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Chippa, Chhipa

Bhavsar
Nilgar,
Jingar
Nirali
Ramgari
Rangari
Rangrez
Rangarej
Rangraz
Rangredh
Chippa-Sindhi-Khatri

Madhya Pradesh[21]10 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001
12011/9/2004-BCC 16 January 2006

Dhimar/ Dhimer,

Bhoi,
Kahar,
Kahra,
Dhiwar,
Mallah,
Nawda,
Navda,
Turaha,
Kewat(Rackwar, Raikwar),
Kir (excluding Bhopal,
Raisen and Sehore Districts)
Britiya/ Vritiya,
Sondhiya

Madhya Pradesh[21]11 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
12015/09/2000-BCC 6 September 2001

Powar,

Bhoyar/ Bhoyaar,
Panwar

Madhya Pradesh[21]12 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Bhurtiya,

Bhutiya

Madhya Pradesh[21]13 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhatiyara Madhya Pradesh[21]14 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chunkar

Chungar/Choongar
Kulbandhiya
Rajgir

Madhya Pradesh[21]15 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chitari Madhya Pradesh[21]16 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Darji

Cheepi/Chhipi/Chipi
Shipi
Mavi
(Namdev)

Madhya Pradesh[21]17 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Dhobi (excluding Bhopal, Raisen and Sehore District i.e. excluding the areas

Where they are listed as Scheduled Castes)

Madhya Pradesh[21]18 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Deshwali,

Mewati
(excluding Sironj Tehsil of Vidisha District),
Mina (Rawat) Deshwali

Madhya Pradesh[21]19 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Kirar

Kirad
Dhakar/Dhakad

Madhya Pradesh[21]20 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Gadariya,

Dhangar,
Kurmar,
Hatgar,
Hatkar,
Haatkaar,
Gaadri, Gadaria,
Gari,
Gayari,
Dhariya,
Dhoshi (Gadariya),
Gadariya (Pal/ Baghele)

Madhya Pradesh[21]21 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 6 August 1998

Kadere/ Kadore

Dhunkar
Dhuniya
Dhanka

Madhya Pradesh[21]22 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Koshta/Kosta

Kosti/Koshti
Devangan
Dewang
Salwidewang
Mala
Padamhali
Pademsali
Sali
Sutsali
Salwar/Salewar
Jendra/Jandra
Koskati
Garhwal,
Garhewal
Garewar
Garwar

Madhya Pradesh[21]23 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Dholi

Dafaali/Dufali
Gurav/Guraw

Madhya Pradesh[21]24 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gusai/Gosai/Gosain

Gosaib
Goswami/Gowsami

Madhya Pradesh[21]25 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Goojar/Gurjar Madhya Pradesh[21]26 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Lohar,

Luhar,
Lohpita,
Gadoley,
Gadela,
Lohpata, Lohpeta,
Vishwakarma,
Hunga Lohar,
Garola,
Lohar (Vishwakarma)

Madhya Pradesh[21]27 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Garpagari,

Joginath, Nathjogi

Madhya Pradesh[21]28 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC 15 May 1995

Sonar,

Sunar, Swarnakar,
Jhhari, Jhhadi
Awedhiya
Audhiya

Madhya Pradesh[21]29 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kachhi (Kushwaha/

Koshwaha Maurya)
Koyari/Koiri (Kushwaha),
Shakya,
Murai,
Panara/Panahara,
Sonkar

Madhya Pradesh[21]30 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Mali (Saini), Marar Madhya Pradesh[21]31 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/96/94-BCC 9 March 1996

Lakhera/Lakher,

Kachera/Kacher

Madhya Pradesh[21]32 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Thathara, Thatera Madhya Pradesh[21]33 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kasar

Kasera
Tamera
Tambatkar/Tamrakar
Tamer

Madhya Pradesh[21]33 [22] 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Khatiya

Khati

Madhya Pradesh[21]34 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kumhar (Prajapati)

Kumbhar,(excluding
Chhatarpur, Datia, Panna,
Tiikamgarh, Satna, Rewa,
Sidhi and Shahdol Districts)

Madhya Pradesh[21]35 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kurmar/Kurami/Kurmi,

Kunbi,
Kurmi (Patidar, Kulami,
Kulmi, Kulambi,
Gavel/Gabhel), Kurmavanshi, Chandrakar, Chandra Nahu, Kumbhi Gavel (Gamel), Sirvi.

Madhya Pradesh[21]36 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/96/94-BCC 9 March 1996
12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Karmariya Madhya Pradesh[21]37 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kalar,

Kalal

Madhya Pradesh[21]38 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kalota/Kolta/Koltta/ Kalotha Madhya Pradesh[21]39 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Loniya/Luniya/Lonia/Lunia

Odh, Odhe, Odhiya,
Ode, Odiya
Naaniya, Muraha,
Muraaha, Mudaha,
Nunia, Nonia

Madhya Pradesh[21]40 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Nai (Sein,

Savita,
Shrivas),
Mhali,
Navhi/
Navi

Madhya Pradesh[21]41 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Nayata,Nayada Madhya Pradesh[21]42 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Patka

Patki
Patwa

Madhya Pradesh[21]43 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Lodhi

Lodha
Lodh

Madhya Pradesh[21]44 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/13/2010-B.C.II.8 December 2011

Sikligar Madhya Pradesh[21]45 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Teli (Rathore, Sahu) Madhya Pradesh[21]46 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/96/94-BCC 9 March 1996

Tarha

Tirwali
Waddar

Madhya Pradesh[21]47 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kasabi/ Kisbi Madhya Pradesh[21]48 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Rautiya, Rotiya Madhya Pradesh[21]49 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mankar Madhya Pradesh[21]50 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kotwar/ Kutwar

Kotwal, (excluding Bhind, Dhar, Dewas, Guna, Gwalior, Indore, Jhabua, Khargone, Mandsaur, Morena, Rajgarh, Ratlam, Shajapur, Shivpuri, Ujjain, and Vidisha Districts)

Madhya Pradesh[21]51 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bharood Madhya Pradesh[21]52 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Raghwi/ Raghavi Madhya Pradesh[21]53 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Saiees, Sahees

Sayees,

Madhya Pradesh[21]54 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kharol Madhya Pradesh[21]55 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dangi Madhya Pradesh[21]56 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Meru, Mer Madhya Pradesh[21]57 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Scheduled Castes who

have embraced Christianity.

Madhya Pradesh[21]58 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Rangrej . (Islamic) Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (1 ) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhishti,

Bhishti-Abbasi . (Islamic)

Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (2 ) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

Chippa/Chhipa . (Islamic) Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (3 ) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Hela . (Islamic) Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (4 ) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Bhatiyara . (Islamic) Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (5 ) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dhobi . (Islamic) Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (6 ) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mewati,

Meo . (Islamic)

Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (7 ) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Pinjara, Naddaf,

Fakir/Faquir,
Behna,
Dhuniya,
Dhunkar,
Mansoori. . (Islamic)

Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (8 ) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Kunjara,

Raine . (Islamic)

Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (9 ) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Manihar . (Islamic) Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (10 ) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC 15 May 1995

Kasai, Kasab, Kassab

Qussab,
Qassab-Qureshi . (Islamic)

Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (11 ) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

Mirasi . (Islamic) Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (12 ) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Barhai,(Carpenter) . (Islamic) Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (13 ) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Hajjam(Barber),

Nai (Barber),
Salmani . (Islamic)

Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (14 ) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Julaha-Momin,

Julaha-Ansari,
Momin-Ansari . (Islamic)

Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (15 ) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001

Luhar,

Saifi,
Nagauri Luhar,
Multani Luhar . (Islamic)

Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (16 ) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

Tadavi . (Islamic) Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (17 ) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Banjara,

Mukeri,
Makrani. . (Islamic)

Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (18 ) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/44/99-BCC 21 September 2000

Mochi . (Islamic) Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (19 ) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Teli,

Nayata, Pindari (Pindara) . (Islamic)

Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (20 ) 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/1995-BCC 15 May 1995

Kalaigar . (Islamic) Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (21 ) 12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
Pemdi . (Islamic) Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (22 ) 12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
Nalband . (Islamic) Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (23 ) 12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
Mirdha (Excluding Jat Muslims) . (Islamic) Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (24 ) 12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
Nat (Other than those included in the SC List) . (Islamic) Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (25 ) 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
Niyargar,

Niyargar-Multani
Niyaria . (Islamic)

Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (26 ) 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
Gaddi . (Islamic) Madhya Pradesh[21]59 (27 ) 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
Ghoshi Madhya Pradesh[21]60 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Pinjara (Hindu) Madhya Pradesh[21]61 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Rajwar Madhya Pradesh[21]62 12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
Panika (except in Districts of

Chhatarpur, Datia, Panna, Rewa, Satna, Shahdol, Sidhi and Tikamgarh where it is included in the Scheduled Tribes List)

Madhya Pradesh[21]63 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Agharia Madhya Pradesh[21]64 12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
Sodhi,

Sodi,
Sundi,
Sondi.

Madhya Pradesh[21]65 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
Khairuwa Madhya Pradesh[21]66 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Alitkar Maharashtra[23]1 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bagdi Maharashtra[23]2 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Badia Maharashtra[23]3 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bajania Maharashtra[23]4 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bajigar Maharashtra[23]5 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Buttal Maharashtra[23]6 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhand Maharashtra[23]7 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhavaiya

Targala

Maharashtra[23]8 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhavin Maharashtra[23]9 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhisti or Pakhali Maharashtra[23]10 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bari or Barai Maharashtra[23]11 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Baria, Koli Baria Maharashtra[23]12 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Basdewa/Vasudeva Maharashtra[23]13 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhadbhunja, Bhurjawa, Bhurji, Bharadbhunga, Bhuranji, Bhunj Maharashtra[23]14 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Bhanta Maharashtra[23]15 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhaat Maharashtra[23]16 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chamtha Maharashtra[23]17 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chandalgada/Chandalagade Maharashtra[23]18 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Charan or Gadhavi Maharashtra[23]19 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Charodi Maharashtra[23]20 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chippa Maharashtra[23]21 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Das or Dangdidas Maharashtra[23]22 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dabgar Maharashtra[23]23 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Depala Maharashtra[23]24 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Devli Maharashtra[23]25 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Devdig, Dewadiga Maharashtra[23]26 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Dholi Maharashtra[23]27 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Dhangar, Dhangari, Dange, Dongari Maharashtra[23]28 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Devanga Maharashtra[23]29 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gandharap Maharashtra[23]30 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gujrath Baori Maharashtra[23]31 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gadaria Maharashtra[23]32 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gadri Maharashtra[23]33 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gadhavi Maharashtra[23]34 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Garpagri,

Garpagari

Maharashtra[23]35 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Gochaki Maharashtra[23]36 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gurou/Gurav Maharashtra[23]37 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gawli,

Muslim Gawli

Maharashtra[23]38 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Gavandi, Gujar Kadiya Maharashtra[23]39 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Halepaik Maharashtra[23]40 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Hatkar/Hatker Maharashtra[23]41 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Jagiasi Maharashtra[23]42 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Jajak Maharashtra[23]43 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Jatiya Maharashtra[23]44 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Jatigar Maharashtra[23]45 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Javeri Maharashtra[23]46 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Jogi Maharashtra[23]47 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Jogin Maharashtra[23]48 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Johari Maharashtra[23]49 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Julaha,

Momin,
Julaha-Ansari,
Momin-Ansari

Maharashtra[23]50 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Jangam Maharashtra[23]51 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Jingar Maharashtra[23]52 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Jhadi Maharashtra[23]53 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kammi Maharashtra[23]54 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kapdi Maharashtra[23]55 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Entry has been adjusted in the new entry No. 65 Maharashtra[23]56 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Khati Maharashtra[23]57 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Entry has been adjusted in the new entry No. 65 Maharashtra[23]58 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Kongadi Maharashtra[23]59 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Korchar Maharashtra[23]60 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kachora Maharashtra[23]61 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kadera Maharashtra[23]62 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kamati Maharashtra[23]63 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kasbi Maharashtra[23]64 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Koli

Christian Koli
Chumble,
Gabit,
Kharwa or Kharwi,
Machimar Koli,
Mangela/Mangala,
Panbhare (Panbhari)
Son Koli,
Koli Suryavamshi
Vaiti,
Ahir Koli,
Pan Koli,
Bari,
Khandeshi Koli,
Kharva or Kharvi,
Koli (other than included in ST)

Maharashtra[23]65 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Koshti,

Halba Koshti,
Ladkoshti,
Gadhewal Koshti,
Jainkoshti, Salewar, Padmashali, Chanewar/Channewar/Chenewar

Maharashtra[23]66 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Kuchbandh Maharashtra[23]67 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kuchhria Maharashtra[23]68 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kumbhar/Kumhar Maharashtra[23]69 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kunbi, Lewa Kunbi,

Lewa Patil, Lewa Patidar, Kurmi

Maharashtra[23]70 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/9/2004-BCC 16 January 2006
12011/16/2007-BCC 12 March 2007

Kurmar,

Kurba,
Kurubar

Maharashtra[23]71 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Kachi, Kachhi, Kachhia Maharashtra[23]72 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001

Kathi Maharashtra[23]73 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kasar,

Kasera,
Kanchar,
Kachari

Maharashtra[23]74 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Labha Maharashtra[23]75 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Ladia

Ladhia
Lari/Laria

Maharashtra[23]76 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Ladaff

Laddaf

Maharashtra[23]77 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Lakhera Maharashtra[23]78 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Lohar,

Lohar- Gada,
Dodi,
Khatawali,
Panchal

Maharashtra[23]79 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Machhi,

Machimmar (Daldi)

Maharashtra[23]80 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Manbhav Maharashtra[23]81 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Entry has been adjusted in the new entry No. 65 Maharashtra[23]82 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Marwar Baori Maharashtra[23]83 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Me Maharashtra[23]84 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mina Maharashtra[23]85 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mahli Maharashtra[23]86 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Medar Maharashtra[23]87 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mahali Maharashtra[23]88 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mitha Maharashtra[23]89 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mathura Maharashtra[23]90 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Namdhari Maharashtra[23]91 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Namdhari Paik Maharashtra[23]92 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Nirshikari Maharashtra[23]93 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Navi, Nhavi/Nai/Nabhik,

Hajam,
Kalseru,
Navliga,
Kanshi,
Valand

Maharashtra[23]94 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Nethura Maharashtra[23]95 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Nonia,

Lonia,
Luniya,
Nuniya

Maharashtra[23]96 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001

Naqashi/Naqqashi Maharashtra[23]97 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Neeli Maharashtra[23]98 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Neelkanti Maharashtra[23]99 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Nekar Jada Maharashtra[23]100 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Padharia Maharashtra[23]101 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Padiar Maharashtra[23]102 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Patradavaru/Patradaveru Maharashtra[23]103 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Phasechari Maharashtra[23]104 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC,15 May 1995

Phudgi Maharashtra[23]105 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Pakhali Maharashtra[23]106 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Panchal Maharashtra[23]107 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Panka Maharashtra[23]108 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Perki/Perkewad Maharashtra[23]109 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Putligar Maharashtra[23]110 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Pareet, or Dhobi including Gujarati Dhobi Maharashtra[23]111 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

Patkar,

Somwanshiy Sahasrarjun Kshatriya,
Patwokari,
Patewegar,
Pategar,
Pattegar,
Patwi,
Kshtriya Patkar

Maharashtra[23]112 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Phulari Maharashtra[23]113 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Rachevar Maharashtra[23]114 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Raikari Maharashtra[23]115 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bandi Maharashtra[23]116 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Rachbandhia Maharashtra[23]117 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Rangari Maharashtra[23]118 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Rangrez Maharashtra[23]119 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Raot, Rawt, Rautia Maharashtra[23]120 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Rangrej (Bhawsar or Rangari) Maharashtra[23]121 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Sangar Maharashtra[23]122 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Sanjogi Maharashtra[23]123 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Sarania Maharashtra[23]124 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Suppalig,

Sappaliga

Maharashtra[23]125 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

Sutharia(from Sindh) Maharashtra[23]126 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Sahis

Sais
Shis

Maharashtra[23]127 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Sapera

Nath

Maharashtra[23]128 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Shilavat Maharashtra[23]129 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Singiwala Maharashtra[23]130 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Swakul Sali Maharashtra[23]131 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Sali,

Padamshali,
Saali,
Deshkar,
Salewar,
Devang,
Kachi Bandhe,
Patwis,
Satsale,
Sade

Maharashtra[23]132 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC( C)10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Shimpi, Bhavgar, Shiv Shimpi, Namdev, Jain- Shimpi, Shravak- Shimpi, Shetwal, Shaitwal, Saisutar Maharashtra[23]133 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC( C)10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Sonar Maharashtra[23]134 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Tandel Maharashtra[23]135 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Targala Maharashtra[23]136 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Thetwar Maharashtra[23]137 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Thoria Maharashtra[23]138 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Tambat,

Twashta Kasar,
Kansar,
Kasar

Maharashtra[23]139 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/9/2004-BCCdt. 16/01/2006
12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Thogti/Thogati Maharashtra[23]140 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Wadi Maharashtra[23]141 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Entry has been adjusted in the new entry No. 65 Maharashtra[23]142 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Wansfoda Maharashtra[23]143 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Wadhai(Sutar)/Wadai/Bhadai Maharashtra[23]144 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Warthi Maharashtra[23]145 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Vanjari/Wanjari

Vanjara/Wanjara
Vanjar

Maharashtra[23]146 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Yerkula Maharashtra[23]147 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Agri

Agale or Kalan

Maharashtra[23]148 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhawasar Maharashtra[23]149 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kurhinshetty Maharashtra[23]150 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Nilgar,

Neeli,
Nirali,
Nili,
Nirhali

Maharashtra[23]151 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC( C)10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Koskanti Devanga Maharashtra[23]152 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC( C)10 September 1993
Sutar,

Suthar

Maharashtra[23]153 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC( C)dt 10 /09/1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Futgudi Maharashtra[23]154 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC( C)10 September 1993
Pinjara/Pinjari,

Mansoori,
Nadaff

Maharashtra[23]155 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC( C)dt 10 /09/1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Billala Maharashtra[23]156 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC( C)10 September 1993
Davari/Devari Maharashtra[23]157 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Teli

Teli-Lingayat
Teli Sahu
Teli Rathod
Ganiga

Maharashtra[23]158 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

Mali (Sub-castes: Phul Mali, Phule, Halade, Kacha, Kadu, Bawane, Ad Prabhu, Ad Shethi, Jire, Unde, Lingayat Mali, Banka Mali, Gase Mali, Kosare Mali, Marar, Maral, Savta Mali,

Van Mali, Bagban/Rayeen), Sutars, Malis, Vadvals, Chaukalshis

Maharashtra[23]159 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Lonari Maharashtra[23]160 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Talwar Kanade Maharashtra[23]161 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Raghavi (in Vidarbha Districts) Maharashtra[23]162 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhandari Maharashtra[23]163 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Ganali or Gandali Maharashtra[23]164 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kathar

Kathar Wani
Kanthahar Wani
(Lingayat Wani or Ladwani excluded)

Maharashtra[23]165 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Momin Maharashtra[23]166 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Fakir Bhandarwala,

Fakir

Maharashtra[23]167 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC( C)dt 10 /09/1993

12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Ghadshi Maharashtra[23]168 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Tamboli, Dhakad, Mitkari-Wani, Wani, Boral, Boraal, Borul, Borad Maharashtra[23]169 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Christians converted from Scheduled Castes Maharashtra[23]170 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Lanzad Maharashtra[23]171 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Yadav

Ahir

Maharashtra[23]172 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Entry has been adjusted in the new entry No. 65 Maharashtra[23]173 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Berad/Bedar

Naikwadi
Talwar
Walmiki

Maharashtra[23]174 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bester,

Besta,
Besti,
Bestallu,
Sanchaluwaddar

Maharashtra[23]175 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC( C)dt 10 /09/1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Bhamta

Bhamti
Girni Waddar
Kamati
Pathrut
Takari
Uchale

Maharashtra[23]176 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC( C)dt 10 /09/1993
Kaikadi

(Mumbai, Thana, Kolaba, Ratnagiri, Nashik, Dhule, Jalgaon, Pune, Ahmednagar, Satara, Sangli, Kolhapur, Sholapur, Aurangabad, Beed, Parbhani, Osmanabad, Nanded districts and Rajura Tehsil of Chandrapur District)
Dhontle,
Korva,
Makadwale or
Kochi Korva,
Pamlor,
Korvi
(throughout the State)

Maharashtra[23]177 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12015/15/2008- BCc 16 June 2011

Chhara

Kanjar/Kanjar Bhat
Nat

Maharashtra[23]178 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Katabu Maharashtra[23]179 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Banjara, Banjari

Goar Banjara
Lambada/Lambara/
Lambade
Lambhani
Charan Banjara
Labhan
Mathura Labhani/
Mathura Banjara
Kachikiwale Banjara
Laman Banjara
Laman/Lamani
Laban
Dhali/Dhalia,
Dhalia Banjara,
Dhadi/Dhari
Singari
Navi Banjara

Maharashtra[23]180 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Pal Pardhi Maharashtra[23]181 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Raj Pardhi

Gaon Pardhi
Haran Shikari

Maharashtra[23]182 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Rajput Bhamta

Pardeshi Bhamta
Pardeshi Bhamti

Maharashtra[23]183 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Ramoshi Maharashtra[23]184 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Vaddar/Vadder,

Gadi Vaddar,
Jati Vaddar,
Mati Vaddar,
Patharvat/Patharod,
Wadder,
Kalawader

Maharashtra[23]185 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC( C)dt 10 /09/1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Vaghari

Salat,
Salat Vaghri

Maharashtra[23]186 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Chhapparband (including Muslim) Maharashtra[23]187 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gosavi,

Bava,
Bairagi,
Bharati,
Girigosavi,
Bharati Gosavi,
Saraswati Parbat,
Sagar,
Ban or Van,
Teerth Ashram,
Gosavi-Puri, Gusai/ Gosai, Nathpanthi Gosavi

Maharashtra[23]188 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Beldar,

Muslim Beldar,
Od

Maharashtra[23]189 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC( C)10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Bharadi

Balasantoshi,
Kinggriwale,
Nath Bava,
Nath Jogi,
Nath Pandhi,
Davari Gosavi

Maharashtra[23]190 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Bhute

Bhope

Maharashtra[23]191 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Chitrakathi Maharashtra[23]192 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Garudi/Gavadi

Ghisadi

Maharashtra[23]193 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Ghisadi Lohar, Gadi Lohar, Ghitodi Lohar, Rajput Lohar, Chitodiya-Lohar Maharashtra[23]194 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Golla

Gollewar, Goler, Golkar

Maharashtra[23]195 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gondhali Maharashtra[23]196 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Gopal

Gopal Bhorpi
Khelkari

Maharashtra[23]197 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Helve

Hilav

Maharashtra[23]198 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Joshi,

Budbudki,
Damruwale,
Sahedev Joshi,
Sarvade,
Saroda,
Kudmude

Maharashtra[23]199 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Kasikapadi Maharashtra[23]200 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Kolhati

Dombari

Maharashtra[23]201 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Mairal

Dangat,
Vir

Maharashtra[23]202 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Masanjogi, Sudgadsiddha, Mapanjogi, Sharadakar, Shardakar, Shardakal, Balasantu Maharashtra[23]203 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Nandiwale

Tirmal

Maharashtra[23]204 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Pangul Maharashtra[23]205 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Raval

Raul or Raval-Yogi

Maharashtra[23]206 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Sikkalgar,

Katari,
Kathari/ Sekkalgar (Muslim)/ Shikaligar/
Shikalgar/ Shikilgar/ Shiklikar/ Sikalkar/
Siklikar/ Sikilgar/ Siklighar/ Sikligar/
Sikalgar/ Sikkaligar/ Cyclegar/ Saikalgar

Maharashtra[23]207 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC( C)10 September 1993

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Thakkar (in Ratnagiri District only) Maharashtra[23]208 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC( C)10 September 1993
Vaidu Maharashtra[23]209 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Vasudeo Maharashtra[23]210 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Bhoi/Boi, Zinga Bhoi, Pardeshi Bhoi, Raj Bhoi, Kahar, Gadia Kahare, Dhuria Kahar, Kirat, Machwa, Manzi, Jatia, Kewat, Dhiwar,

Dhiwar Bhoi, Dheewar, Dhimar, Palewar
Machhendra, Navadi, Malhar, Madhav, Gadhav Bhoi, Khadi Bhoi, Khare Bhoi, Dhevra, Bhoi-Navadi, Taru-Navadi, Dheewar Bhoi

Maharashtra[23]211 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Bahurupi Maharashtra[23]212 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Thelari(in Dhulia, Nasik, Jalgaon and Aurangabad District) Maharashtra[23]213 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993
Otari, Otankar,

Otkar, Vatari, Ojhari,
Vatkar, Vatkari, Votankar, Vatokar, Otkari,
Otokar, Vatokaar

Maharashtra[23]214 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Dhangar/Dhanwar, Ahir, Telwar, Hatkar, Hatker, Tellari, Kanade, Kurmar, Sangar, Kokni-Dhangar, Varahade-Dhangar, Sagar, Segar Maharashtra[23]215 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Powar, Bhoyar Pawar, Bhoyar

(Note: Entry No. 216 does not include persons having their surnames as Pawar or Powar but not belonging to aforesaid caste/community)

Maharashtra[23]216 12011/96/94-BCC 9 March 1996

12011/12/96-BCC 3 August 1998

Khatik, Khatik (Muslim) (other than those who are included in the list of Scheduled Castes for Maharashtra),

Kasai,
Kasai-Qureshi,
Qureshi, Kasab,

Maharashtra[23]217 12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Pahad, Pahadi Maharashtra[23]218 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
Kalal, Kalar, Sav Kalar, Jain Kalar Maharashtra[23]219 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Dode Gujar, Dore Gujar Maharashtra[23]220 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
Kohli (This does not cover members of the Khatri caste/community who originally belong to the Punjab and use Kohli as a title/surname) Maharashtra[23]221 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
Yellam/Yelam,

Yalam/ Yallam

Maharashtra[23]222 12011/9/2004-BCC 16 January 2006

12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011

Odevar Maharashtra[23]223 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Nalband Maharashtra[23]224 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Govari, Gawari Maharashtra[23]225 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Kumbara/ Kumbhara/ Kulala/ Mulya Maharashtra[23]226 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Muslim Madari, Gaarudi, Saapwale, Jadoogar Maharashtra[23]227 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Sakka Maharashtra[23]228 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Bawarchi, Bhatiara (Muslim) Maharashtra[23]229 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Attar Maharashtra[23]230 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Bhoyar Maharashtra[23]231 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Darji Maharashtra[23]232 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Dommara Maharashtra[23]233 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Lakhari Maharashtra[23]234 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Bhaldar Maharashtra[23]235 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Mahat, Mahoot, Mahawat Maharashtra[23]236 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Darwesi, Vaghwale-Shah (Muslim Religion),

Aashwalwale

Maharashtra[23]237 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Udasi Maharashtra[23]238 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Muslim Manyar (Bangadeewala),

Maniyaar or Maneri

Maharashtra[23]239 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Kunkuwale Maharashtra[23]240 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Savkalar Maharashtra[23]241 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Hanbar Maharashtra[23]242 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Pahad/ Pahadi Maharashtra[23]243 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Gadariya Maharashtra[23]244 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Pendhari Maharashtra[23]245 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Kulekdagi, Kullekadgi, Kullakadagi, Kuladagi Maharashtra[23]246 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Munnewar, Munnurwar, Munnur,

Telgu Munnur, Munnurwar Telgu,
Telgu Kapewar, Munnarwad, Telgu Phulmali

Maharashtra[23]247 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Lad-Shakhiy Wani Maharashtra[23]248 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Mulana, Mulani, Mulane Maharashtra[23]249 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Pancal Maharashtra[23]250 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Mujawar Maharashtra[23]251 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Sangtrash, Dagadphodu Maharashtra[23]252 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Muslim Religion Bhangi/ Mehtar/ Lalbeg/ Halalkhor/ Khakrob, the members of which are actually in the Safai Karamchari profession Maharashtra[23]253 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Audhiya/ Audheliya Maharashtra[23]254 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Bhampta or Ghantichore or Pardeshi Maharashtra[23]255 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Dhawad Maharashtra[23]256 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Jaatgaar Maharashtra[23]257 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Manyaar (Hindu) Maharashtra[23]258 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Panchama Maharashtra[23]259 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Vedu (Waaghari) Maharashtra[23]260 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Lazad Maharashtra[23]261 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Badi (Nepali),

Damai (Nepali),
Gainay (Nepali),
Kami (Nepali) and
Sarki (Nepali)
(who have been living in Manipur as members of the domiciled community since the 9th July 1947 and their descendants)

Manipur[24]1 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Meitei, Meetei

(including Meitei Brahmin,
Meitei/Meetei Sanamahi and Rajkumar)

Manipur[24]2 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995

12011/7/95-B.C.C.17 July 1995

Meitei Pangal Manipur[24]3 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Teli (who have been domiciled in Manipur for 10 years, and their descendents) Manipur[24]4 12011/7/95-BCC 24 May 1995
Agharia,

Agaria,
Aghria.

Orissa[25]1 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Aranedan Orissa[25]2 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Asur Orissa[25]3 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Badhai,

Barhai,
Bindhania,
Sutradhar,
Badhira,
Badhria

Orissa[25]4 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Badasuda Orissa[25]5 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Baipari Orissa[25]6 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Baira Orissa[25]7 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Bairagi Orissa[25]8 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Bariji or

Barui
Tambuli,
Tamali

Orissa[25]9 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

Barika,

Bhandari,
Napit,
Nai

Orissa[25]10 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Bellara Orissa[25]11 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Bentkar Orissa[25]12 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Bhatua Orissa[25]13 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Bhogta Orissa[25]14 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Bhokta Orissa[25]15 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Bhujan Orissa[25]16 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Bhuliya Orissa[25]17 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Birjhia Orissa[25]18 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Bissoy-Barangi Jodia,

Bennangi,
Daduva,
Frangi,
Hollar,
Jhoriya,
Kollai,
Konde,
Paranga,
Pengajodia,
Sodojodia,
Takoara

Orissa[25]19 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Binedhanies Orissa[25]20 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Bogada Orissa[25]21 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Bolodhia Orissa[25]22 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Buruashankar,

Barna Suankar

Orissa[25]23 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Byagari Orissa[25]24 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Chaupal Orissa[25]25 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Chero Orissa[25]26 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Cheruman Orissa[25]27 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Chikbaraik Orissa[25]28 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Chik Orissa[25]29 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Chitra,

Chitrakar,
Chitrasilpi

Orissa[25]30 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Churia Orissa[25]31 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Dahalia Orissa[25]32 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Darji Orissa[25]33 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Damal Orissa[25]34 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Dangua Orissa[25]35 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Dehuri Orissa[25]36 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Dhakhada Orissa[25]37 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Dhaner Orissa[25]38 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Dumala,

Dumal

Orissa[25]39 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Ghatwar Orissa[25]40 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Girigiris Orissa[25]41 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Godda Orissa[25]42 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Gola,

Golla,
Gope/Gop,
Sadgope/ Sadgop,
Ahir,
Gour,
Gouda,
Goudo,
Mekala Golla,
Punnu Golla,
Yadav,
Laxminarayan Gola and
Goudia Gola,
Gopal/Gopala,
Sholakhandia,
Maghada Gouda,
Dumal Gouda,
Mathurapuria Gouda,
Gopapuria gouda,
Nanda Gouda and Kanja Gouda

Orissa[25]43 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/96/94-BCC 9 March 1996
12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996
12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001
12011/4/2002-BCC 19 June 2003
12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Gudia,or

Guria,
Gurja,
Gunju

Orissa[25]44 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Gosangi Orissa[25]45 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Gondu-Bato,

Bhirthya
Budho Kouriya,
Hato,
Jatako,
Joria,

Orissa[25]46 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Habra Orissa[25]47 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Hansi, Tanti, Sukuli,Vina, Tulabhina,

Rangani, Dera, Dewanga/Dewangulu, Kosta/Kusta/Kustha/Kostha, Salia, Patsalia, Buna, Bunkar/ Bunkara, Bangali Tanti/Bangiya Tanti, Matibansa Tanti, Asina Tanti, Aswina Tanti, Ashani Tanti, Aswinna Tanti, Rangani Tanti/Rangani Tantee/ Ranganee Tantee/ Rangini Tanti/ Ranguni Tanti, Rangini Hansi,
Amila Tanti

Orissa[25]48 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/96/94-BCC 9 March 1996
12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
12011/4/2002-BCC 19 June 2003
12011/9/2004-BCC 16 January 2006
12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Holeya Orissa[25]49 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Irula Orissa[25]50 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Jadapus Orissa[25]51 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Jaintrapans Orissa[25]52 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Jogi, or

Yogi

Orissa[25]53 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Jyotish Orissa[25]54 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kadan Orissa[25]55 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kalladi Orissa[25]56 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kammara, Kamara, Kamar, Kammaro,

Muli, Lohuru, Loharo,
Astolohi Kamar

Orissa[25]57 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Kanakkan Orissa[25]58 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kandarpa Orissa[25]59 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kanjar Orissa[25]60 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kapudia Orissa[25]61 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Karhara/Kachara/Kachera Orissa[25]62 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/96/94-BCC 9 March 1996

Karimpalan Orissa[25]63 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Karmali Orissa[25]64 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kattunayakan Orissa[25]65 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Khaira Orissa[25]66 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Khandnals Orissa[25]67 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Khatti-Khatti Orissa[25]68 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Khatua Orissa[25]69 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Khodra,

Khadura,
Kharuda

Orissa[25]70 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Khetauri Orissa[25]71 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Deleted Orissa[25]72 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Koilar Orissa[25]73 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kolam Orissa[25]74 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kond (Kul) Orissa[25]75 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Konda Kapu Orissa[25]76 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kondareddy,

Reddy Dhakas

Orissa[25]77 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Koraga Orissa[25]78 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kosalya Goudus,

Bosotheriya Goudus,
Chiti Goudus,
Dangayath Goudus,
Doddu Kamariya,
Dudu Kamaro,
Ladiya Goudus,
Pullo Soriya Goudus

Orissa[25]79 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kota Orissa[25]80 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kudiya Orissa[25]81 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kudubi Orissa[25]82 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kudumban Orissa[25]83 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kumbhar

Kulal,
Kumbhar,
Kumbharo,
Kandha-Kumbhar,
Kumbhakar

Orissa[25]84 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Kundamatia Orissa[25]85 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kulta Orissa[25]86 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kuraiar Orissa[25]87 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kuravan Orissa[25]88 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kurichchan Orissa[25]89 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kuruman (Kurumba) Orissa[25]90 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Lakhra Orissa[25]91 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Lambadi Orissa[25]92 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Luhura Orissa[25]93 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Machua Orissa[25]94 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Maghi, or

Meghia

Orissa[25]95 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Magura Orissa[25]96 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Mahunta Orissa[25]97 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Magatha Goudus,

Bermia Goudus,
Boodo Magatha,
Dongayath Goudu,
Ladya Goudu,
Poona Magatha,
Sana Magatha

Orissa[25]98 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Magadhi Goral Orissa[25]99 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Maila Orissa[25]100 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Maladasu Orissa[25]101 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Malasar Orissa[25]102 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Mali,

Phulia,
Sagbaria,
Bhajemali,
Pandara Mali,
Muni,
Raula (Raula in Ganjam
District only)

Orissa[25]103 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/44/99-BCC 21 September 2000
12011/4/2002-BCC 19 June 2003

Malis,

Korchia Malis,
Paido Malis,
Podda Malis

Orissa[25]104 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Mal Paharia Orissa[25]105 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Manna Dhora Orissa[25]106 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Maune Orissa[25]107 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Marathi Orissa[25]108 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Matangi Orissa[25]109 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Mavilan Orissa[25]110 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Minka Orissa[25]111 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Monger Orissa[25]112 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Mukhadora-

Mokka Dhora

Orissa[25]113 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Muliya Orissa[25]114 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Mundala Orissa[25]115 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Muria Orissa[25]116 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Nahar Orissa[25]117 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Nalakeyava Orissa[25]118 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Nat Orissa[25]119 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Nayadi Orissa[25]120 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Nolia Orissa[25]121 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Nuhura,

Nuhuraj

Orissa[25]122 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Nuniya Orissa[25]123 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Ojulu, or

Metta,
Kamasalie

Orissa[25]124 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Omeyita Orissa[25]125 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Padaria,

Pamaria,
Pandara

Orissa[25]126 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Pagadai Orissa[25]127 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Paigarapu Orissa[25]128 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Paky Orissa[25]129 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Pal Orissa[25]130 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Palasi Orissa[25]131 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Paliyan Orissa[25]132 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Paiko Orissa[25]133 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Palli Orissa[25]134 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Pulayan Orissa[25]135 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Pambada Orissa[25]136 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Paniyan Orissa[25]137 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Panjira Orissa[25]138 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Panniandi Orissa[25]139 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Paraiyan Orissa[25]140 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Paravan Orissa[25]141 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Parhaiya Orissa[25]142 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Pathuria Orissa[25]143 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Pengua Orissa[25]144 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Pita Orissa[25]145 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Raneyar Orissa[25]146 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Ronas Orissa[25]147 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Routia Orissa[25]148 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Sagarpasha Orissa[25]149 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Samban Orissa[25]150 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Sankhari Orissa[25]151 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Sanyasi

Membram

Orissa[25]152 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Seerithi Goudu Orissa[25]153 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Semman Orissa[25]154 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Sholagar Orissa[25]155 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Sauria Paharia Orissa[25]156 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Sinke Orissa[25]157 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Suda Orissa[25]158 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Sulia Orissa[25]159 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Sunri,

Sundi/Sundhi

Orissa[25]160 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/96/94-BCC 9 March 1996

Tana Orissa[25]161 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Teli, Telli, Kubara/Kubera, Talakar,

Sahu, Sahoo, Bahaldia, Baladia

Orissa[25]162 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/96/94-BCC 9 March 1996
12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Telaga,

Pamula,
Telugu Kachara,
Telugu,
Telanga,
Telenga (only those members of “Telugu, Telanga, Telenga” who belong to the same caste as Telega, Pamula or Telegu Kachara.)

Orissa[25]163 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

Thanu Orissa[25]164 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Thatari/Kansari Orissa[25]165 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/96/94-BCC 9 March 1996

Thoti Orissa[25]166 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Tiruvalluvar Orissa[25]167 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Tivoro Orissa[25]168 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Toda Orissa[25]169 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Valluvan Orissa[25]170 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Vannan Orissa[25]171 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Vettuvan Orissa[25]172 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Yandi Orissa[25]173 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Yerna Golta Orissa[25]174 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Yerukula Orissa[25]175 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Saraka/Saraka Tanti Orissa[25]176 12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996
Chasa (This entry of

Chasa is meant to
confirm to Entry No.27.
‘Chasa’ in Orissa State
OBC List),
Odachasa,
Banayat Odiya,
Benayat Oriya,
Benayit Odia,
Banayat,
Banayat Oriya,
Odia and Udia

Orissa[25]177 12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996

12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Patara/ Patra,

Goudia Patara,
Asini Patara/Aswini
& Ashwini Patara

Orissa[25]178 12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
12011/9/2004-BCC 16 January 2006

Kurmi, Kuruma Chasa,

Kudumi,
Kurma, Kurmi Mahto,
Kurmi Khetriya,
Kurumi,
Kudumi Kshyatriya,
Kurum

Orissa[25]179 12011/44/96-BCC 6 December 1996

12011/16/2007-BCC 10 October 2007
12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Thoria/

Thodia/
Thudia/
Thuria

Orissa[25]180 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Kalanji/

Kalinji/
Kalingi.

Orissa[25]181 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Mahla/

Mahlar

Orissa[25]182 12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
Ashtralohi/

Ashtalohi Karmakar
Kamila
Sunari,
Sunaree
Viswa Brahman
(Sunari)
Swarnakar/
Swaransilpi

Orissa[25]183 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
Kalanga Orissa[25]184 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
Bhanja Puran Orissa[25]185 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
Koppula Vellama,

Kapala Velama,
Kapulu Elama,
Koppala Elama,
Kappula Elama,
Kupala Velama,
Kapala Elama,
Kapala Elaga,
Koppala Velama

Orissa[25]186 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

12011/9/2004-BCC 16 January 2006

Scheduled Castes converts to Christianity and their progeny. Orissa[25]187 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
Kalwar,Kalal, Kalar Orissa[25]188 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

12011/1/2001-BCC 19 June 2003

Arua Orissa[25]189 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
Hatua Orissa[25]190 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
XXXXX Orissa[25]191 n/a
Alia Orissa[25]192 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
Shudra(in Puri Dist. Only) Orissa[25]193 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
Kalandi Baishanaba/

Kalandi Vaishnab,
Tamuli,
Tamili,
Bangiya Tambuli, Tambili,
Bangiya Tamboli, Bangiya Tamili and Tambula

Orissa[25]194 12011/44/99-BCC 21 September 2000

12011/9/2004-BCC 16 January 2006
12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Belama Orissa[25]195 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Goudia and Laxminarayana Goudia Orissa[25]196 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Chattada Srivaishnab Orissa[25]197 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Segidi, Srisayan Orissa[25]198 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Majjula Orissa[25]199 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Bhopa Orissa[25]200 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Agamudiyas (Including Thuluva Vellalas) Puducherry[26]1 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Ayeeravaisiar – confined to

Acharapakkam Chettiar
Beri Chettiar,
Manjapudoor Chettiar
Vadambar Chettiar

Puducherry[26]2 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Converts to Christianity from any Hindu Backward Classes Community irrespective of the generation of conversion. Puducherry[26]3 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Converts to Christianity from Scheduled Castes irrespective of the generation of conversion Puducherry[26]4 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Gramani / Sanar / Nadar / Ezhava / Tiyya Puducherry[26]5 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Irular / Vettaikarar / Kattunaicker Puducherry[26]6 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Isai Vellalar Puducherry[26]7 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Jangam,

Jangamar

Puducherry[26]8 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Kalavanthula Puducherry[26]9 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Kamsali Puducherry[26]10 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Kannada Devanga / Telugu Devanga Puducherry[26]11 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Kuyavar / Kulalar / Kumbarar / Kummari, Mannudayar/ Pathar/

Poonul Kuyavar/ Vellar

Puducherry[26]12 12011/14/2004- BCC 12 March 2007

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Mappila Puducherry[26]13 12011/14/2004- BCC 12 March 2007
Namdev Maratha,

Mahratta (non- Brahmin) including Khatik

Puducherry[26]14 12011/14/2004- BCC 12 March 2007

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Maruthuvar / Nayee Brahmin / Mangali including :-

Ambattan,
Navithar,
Pandithar,
Pronopakari,
Pariyari

Puducherry[26]15 12011/14/2004- BCC 12 March 2007

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Meenavar / Agnikulakshatriya / Mukkuvan including:-

Chinna Pattinavar,
Nattar,
Paravar,
Parvatharajakulam Pattinavar,
Periya Pattinavar,
Sembadavar

Puducherry[26]16 12011/14/2004- BCC 12 March 2007

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Lubbai including Ravuthar,

Maricar/ Saibu

Puducherry[26]17 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Mukkulathor/Devar including:-

Agamudaya Devar Kallar Maravar

Puducherry[26]18 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Nainar Puducherry[26]19 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Kulela Puducherry[26]20 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Padmasaliar / Padmasali / Salian,

Saliar, Pattu Saliar, Saliars

Puducherry[26]21 12011/14/2004- BCC 12 March 2007

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Parkavakulam including :-

Malayaman, Nathaman, Suruthiman,
Udayar, Parkavakula Moopanar, Parkavakula Pillai/ Parkavakula Udaiyar

Puducherry[26]22 12011/14/2004- BCC 12 March 2007

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Sadhu Chetty / 24 Manai Telegu Chetty / Telegupatty Chetty Puducherry[26]23 12011/14/2004- BCC 12 March 2007
Sengunthar/Kaikolar Puducherry[26]24 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Settibalija Puducherry[26]25 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Vaniar Puducherry[26]26 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Vannan/Vannar/Rajaka/Chakkali Puducherry[26]27 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Vanniakula Kshatriya including :-

Naicker, Padayatchi, Palli, Vanniar

Puducherry[26]28 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Viswakarma/Kammalar/Thatchar/

Porkollar/Karumar/Kalthatchar/Thattar/ Vishwakarmala/ Kannar/ Pathar

Puducherry[26]29 12011/14/2004- BCC 12 March 2007

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Yadava-including:- Idayar, Konar,

Sambar Yadava, Yadava Pillai, Gollalu

Puducherry[26]30 12011/14/2004- BCC 12 March 2007

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Yadava Naidu Puducherry[26]31 12011/14/2004- BCC 12 March 2007
Yerukula Puducherry[26]32 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Bhat Raju/Muthu Raja Puducherry[26]33 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Bondili Puducherry[26]34 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Nokkar/Nokkan Puducherry[26]35 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Muthirayar Puducherry[26]36 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Nagaram/Nagarathar Puducherry[26]37 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Veerakodi Vellala Puducherry[26]38 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Chattadi (Chattada or Srivaishnava) Puducherry[26]39 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Narikuravar Puducherry[26]40 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Gamalla Puducherry[26]41 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Odde Puducherry[26]42 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Kurumba Puducherry[26]43 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Kavuthiya/Kavuthiyan Puducherry[26]44 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Medara of Yanam Puducherry[26]45 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Andipandaram Puducherry[26]46 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
Kanisan/Kaniyan Puducherry[26]47 12011/14/2004-BCC 12 March 2007
XXXXX Puducherry[26]48 n/a
Khatriyas Puducherry[26]49 12015/15/2008-BCC 16 June 2011
Latin Catholics Puducherry[26]50 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Valayal Naidu/ Cavara Naidu/ Gavaralu Puducherry[26]51 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Pattu Chettiar Puducherry[26]52 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Salia Chettiar Puducherry[26]53 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Vadamalai Chettiar Puducherry[26]54 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Ottar Puducherry[26]55 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Vannan, Vannar, Ekali, Mannan, Rajaka, Chakkali Puducherry[26]56 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Vadugan Puducherry[26]57 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Ezhuthachan/ Ezhuthachans Puducherry[26]58 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Senai Thalaivar Puducherry[26]59 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Aheria

Aheri
Heri
Naik
Thori or
Turi

Punjab[27]1 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Barra Punjab[27]2 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Beta

Hensi or
Hesi

Punjab[27]3 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Changar Punjab[27]4 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Chirimar Punjab[27]5 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Daiya Punjab[27]6 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Gwaria

Gauria
Gwar

Punjab[27]7 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Kanjar or

Kanchan

Punjab[27]8 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Kurmi Punjab[27]9 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Nar Punjab[27]10 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Rehar,

Rahara

Punjab[27]11 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Ghirath, including Chang and Bahti Punjab[27]12 12011/68/1993-BCC 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Kahar,

Jhindwar or
Jhinwar
Dhinwar or
Dhiwar

Punjab[27]13 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Ghasi

Ghasiara or
Ghosi

Punjab[27]14 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Bagria or

Bagaria

Punjab[27]15 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Riaigar Punjab[27]16 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Weaver

Jhullaha or Julaha (including Kabirpanthi Julaha excluding those who are Scheduled Castes

Punjab[27]17 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Labana or

Lavana

Punjab[27]18 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Gorkha Punjab[27]19 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Kumhar/ Ghumiar,

Prajapati/ Parjapatra

Punjab[27]20 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011/4/2002-BCC 13 January 2004

Nai,

Sain

Punjab[27]21 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Dhobi Punjab[27]22 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Kamboj Punjab[27]23 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Deleted Punjab[27]24 12011/16/2007-BCC 10 October 2007
Barwar Punjab[27]25 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Barai Punjab[27]26 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Baragi,

Bairagi

Punjab[27]27 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Battera Punjab[27]28 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Bharbhunja,

Bharbhuja

Punjab[27]29 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Bhat

Bhatra
Darpi
Ramiya

Punjab[27]30 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Bhuhalia Lohar Punjab[27]31 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Chahang Punjab[27]32 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Chimba or

Chimbe,
Chippi or
Chhipi
Darzi
Tonk

Punjab[27]33 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Dakaut Punjab[27]34 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Dhimar

Mallah
Kashyap Rajput

Punjab[27]35 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Faquir Punjab[27]36 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Dhosali

Dosali

Punjab[27]37 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Gawala

Gowala

Punjab[27]38 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Gaddaria Punjab[27]39 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Jhangra Brahman,

Khati,
Lohar,
Saifi,
Ramgarhia,
Turkhan

Punjab[27]40 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Hajjam, Nai Punjab[27]41 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Jogi Nath Punjab[27]42 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Removed from here and now included with Entry No. 40 Punjab[27]43 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Rechband Punjab[27]44 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Khanghera Punjab[27]45 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Kucha Band Punjab[27]46 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Thathera,

Tamera

Punjab[27]47 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Lakhera, Manihar Punjab[27]48 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Vanzara Punjab[27]49 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Madari Punjab[27]50 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Removed from here and now included with Entry No. 40 Punjab[27]51 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Mochi (other than Scheduled Castes) Punjab[27]52 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Mirasi Punjab[27]53 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Noongar Punjab[27]54 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Nalband Punjab[27]55 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Shorgir Punjab[27]56 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Pinja, Penja Punjab[27]57 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Soi Punjab[27]58 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Singhikant

Singhiwala

Punjab[27]59 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Teli Punjab[27]60 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Dhaula or

Soni,
Sunar/ Swarnkar

Punjab[27]61 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Gujjar Punjab[27]62 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Christian (converted from

Scheduled Castes)

Punjab[27]63 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Arain Punjab[27]64 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC 10 September 1993
Bhar,

Rajbhar

Punjab[27]65 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Rahbari Punjab[27]66 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Saini Punjab[27]67 12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
Kachhi,

Kachhi Shakya,
Kachhi Maurya,
Kachhi Kushwaha

Punjab[27]68 12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
Ahir (Yadav) Rajasthan[28]1 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Badwa,

Bhat,
Rao
Jachak,
Jaga

Rajasthan[28]2 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Badhai

Jangid,
Khati,
Kharadi
Suthar,
Tarkhan.

Rajasthan[28]3 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001
12015/2/2007-BCC 18 August 2010

Bagaria Rajasthan[28]4 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Banjara,

Baladia,
Labana

Rajasthan[28]5 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Bharbhuja Rajasthan[28]6 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Charan Rajasthan[28]7 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Chhippa (Chhipi),

Nama,
Bhavsar

Rajasthan[28]8 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Dakaut,

Deshantri,
Rangasami (Adbhopa)

Rajasthan[28]9 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Damami,

Nagarchi

Rajasthan[28]10 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Daroga,

Daroga-Rajot,
Ravana-Rajput,
Hazuri,
Wazir

Rajasthan[28]11 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001

Darzi Rajasthan[28]12 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Dhakad Rajasthan[28]13 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Dhivar,

Kahar,
Bhoi,
Sagarvanshi-Mali,
Keer,
Mallah,
Mehra,
Nishad,
Bhisti

Rajasthan[28]14 12011/9/94- BCC 19 October 1994

12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Gadaria(Gadri),

Ghoshi (Gvala),
Gaddi,
Gayri

Rajasthan[28]15 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
12015/9/2000-BCC 6 September 2001
12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011

Gadia-Lohar,

Gadola

Rajasthan[28]16 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Ghanchi Rajasthan[28]17 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Giri

Gosain (Gushain)

Rajasthan[28]18 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Gujar,

Gurjar

Rajasthan[28]19 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Hela Rajasthan[28]20 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Janwa,

Sirvi.

Rajasthan[28]21 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Jogi,

Nath

Rajasthan[28]22 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Julaha (Hindu and Muslim) Rajasthan[28]23 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kachhi,

Kachhi Kushwaha,
Kachhi-Shakya

Rajasthan[28]24 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Kalal (Tak) Rajasthan[28]25 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kanbi Rajasthan[28]26 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kandera,

Pinjara,
Mansoori

Rajasthan[28]27 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Kharol Rajasthan[28]28 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kirar (Kirad) Rajasthan[28]29 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Kumhar

(Prajapati)
Kumawat

Rajasthan[28]30(a).

30(b).

12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Lakhera (Lakhara),

Manihar

Rajasthan[28]31 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Lodhi (Lodha, Lodh) Rajasthan[28]32 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Lohar,

Panchal

Rajasthan[28]33 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Maha-Brahman (Acharai) Rajasthan[28]34 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Mali

Saini,
Bagwan,
Rayee/Rayeen,
Kunjra

Rajasthan[28]35 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

Mer (Mehrat-Kathat,

Mehrat-Ghodat, Cheeta)

Rajasthan[28]36 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Mirasi,

Dhadi

Rajasthan[28]37 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Mogia (Mogya) Rajasthan[28]38 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Nai,

Sain,
Baid Nai

Rajasthan[28]39 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Nyaria Rajasthan[28]40 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Odd Rajasthan[28]41 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Patwa (Phadal) Rajasthan[28]42 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Raika,

Rebari(Debasi)

Rajasthan[28]43 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Rawat Rajasthan[28]44 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Sad,

Swami

Rajasthan[28]45 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Satiya-Sindhi Rajasthan[28]46 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Sikligar Rajasthan[28]47 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Sirkiwal Rajasthan[28]48 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Swarnakar,

Sunar,
Soni

Rajasthan[28]49 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000

Tamoli (Tamboli) Rajasthan[28]50 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Teli Rajasthan[28]51 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994
Thathera,

Kansara,
Bharawa

Rajasthan[28]52 12011/9/94-BCC 19 October 1994

12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999

Sakka-Bhishti,

Saqqa-Bhishti,
Bhishti-Abbasi

Rajasthan[28]53 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Mochi (other than those

who are included in the List
of Scheduled Castes for Rajasthan)

Rajasthan[28]54 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Dhobi (other than those

who are included in the List
of Scheduled Castes for Rajasthan)

Rajasthan[28]55 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Rangrez,

Nilgar

Rajasthan[28]56 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Chungar Rajasthan[28]57 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Jat (except in Bharatpur

and Dhaulpur Districts)

Rajasthan[28]58 12011/68/98-BCC 27 October 1999
Bari Rajasthan[28]59 12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
Faqir/ Faquir

(Kadiris Chistis and Naqshbandias are not included)

Rajasthan[28]60 12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
Kasai Rajasthan[28]61 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
Silawat (except Sompura Murtikar) Rajasthan[28]62 12011/1/2001-BCC 19 June 2003
Kalbi Rajasthan[28]63 12011/44/99-BCC 21 September 2000
Bhatiara Rajasthan[28]64 12011/44/99-BCC 21 September 2000
Rai-Sikh Rajasthan[28]65 12011/44/99-BCC 21 September 2000
Mev Rajasthan[28]66 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Sindhi Musalman Rajasthan[28]67 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Deshwali Rajasthan[28]68 12015/15/2008- BCC 16 June 2011
Bhujel Sikkim[29]1 12011/7/95-BCC 25 May 1995
Gurung Sikkim[29]2 12011/7/95-BCC 25 May 1995
Limboo (including

Tsong,
Subba and Yakthungba)

Sikkim[29]3 12011/7/95-BCC 25 May 1995

12011/7/95-B.C.C. 17 July 1995

Manger Sikkim[29]4 12011/7/95-BCC 25 May 1995
Rai Sikkim[29]5 12011/7/95-BCC 25 May 1995
Sunuwar (including Koincha/ Mukhia) Sikkim[29]6 12011/7/95-BCC 25 May 1995
Deleted Sikkim[29]7 12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011
Sanyasi Sikkim[29]8 12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
Thami Sikkim[29]9 12011/88/98-BCC 6 December 1999
Jogi Sikkim[29]10 12011/36/99-BCC 4 April 2000
Agamudayar including

Thozhu or Thuluva Vellala

Tamilnadu[30]1 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Alwar,

Azhavar and Alavar
(in Kanniyakumari district and Sheoncottah Taulk of Tirunelveli district )

Tamilnadu[30]2 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Ambalakarar,

Ambalakaran

Tamilnadu[30]3 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Andi pandaram Tamilnadu[30]4 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Arayar,

Arayan,
Nulayar
(in Kanniyakumari district and Shencottah taluk of Tirunelveli district)

Tamilnadu[30]5 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Archakari Vellala Tamilnadu[30]6 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Aryavathi

(in Kanniyakumari district and Shencottah taluk of Tirunelveli district)

Tamilnadu[30]7 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Attur Kilnad Koravar (in Salem, South Arcot,

Ramanathapuram Kamarajar and Pasumpon Muthuramadigam district)

Tamilnadu[30]8 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Attur Melnad Koravar (in Salem district) Tamilnadu[30]9 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Badagar Tamilnadu[30]10 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Bestha Siviar Tamilnadu[30]11 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Bhatraju (other than Kshatriya Raju) Tamilnadu[30]12 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Billava Tamilnadu[30]13 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Bondil Tamilnadu[30]14 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Boyar Tamilnadu[30]15 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Oddar (including

Boya,
Donga Boya,
Gorrela Dodda Boya,
Kalvathila Boya,
Pedda Boya,
Oddar,
Kal Oddar
Nellorepet Oddar and
Sooramari Oddar)

Tamilnadu[30]16 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Chakkala Tamilnadu[30]17 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Changayampadi

Koravar
(In North Arcot District)

Tamilnadu[30]18 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Chavalakarar

(in Kanniyakumari district and Shencottah taluk of Tirunelveli district)

Tamilnadu[30]19 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Chettu or Chetty (including

Kottar Chetty,
Elur Chetty,
Pathira Chetty
Valayal Chetty
Pudukkadai Chetty)
(in Kanniyakumari district and Shencottah taluk of Tirunelveli district)

Tamilnadu[30]20 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

C.K. Koravar

(in South Arcot district)

Tamilnadu[30]21 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Converts to Christianity from Scheduled Castes, irrespective of the generation of conversion for the purpose of reservation of seats in Educational Institutions and for seats in Public Services Tamilnadu[30]22 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
C.S.I. Formerly S.I.U.C. in Kanniyakumari district and Shencottah taluk of Tirunelveli district Tamilnadu[30]23 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Dabi Koravar

(in Thanjavur, Trichirapally, Pudkukottai and North Arcot district)

Tamilnadu[30]24 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Dasari

(including Donga Dasari and Gudu Dasari)

Tamilnadu[30]25 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Dekkani Muslim Tamilnadu[30]26 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Devangar,

Sedar

Tamilnadu[30]27 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Dobba Koravar (in Salem district) Tamilnadu[30]28 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Dobbai Koracha (In Tiruchirappally and Pudukottai districts) Tamilnadu[30]29 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Dommara (including Domb and Dommar) Tamilnadu[30]30 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Donga Ur. Koracha Tamilnadu[30]31 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Dudekula Tamilnadu[30]32 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Enadi Tamilnadu[30]33 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Eravallar

(except Kanniyakumari district and Shencottah taluk of Tirunelveli district where the community is a Scheduled Tribe)

Tamilnadu[30]34 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Ezhavathy

(in Kanyakumari District and Shencottah taluk of Tirunelveli district)

Tamilnadu[30]35 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Ezhuthachar

(in Kanniyakumari district and Shencottah taluk of Tirunelveli district)

Tamilnadu[30]36 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Ezhuva

(in Kanniyakumari district and Shencottah taluk of Tirunelveli district)

Tamilnadu[30]37 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Gandarvakottai Koravar

(In Thanjavur, Tiruchirapally Pudukottai and South Arcot districts)

Tamilnadu[30]38 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Ganagavar Tamilnadu[30]39 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Gavara,

Gavarai (Kavarai) and
Vadugar(Vaduvar)
(other than Kamma, Kapu, Balija and Reddi)

Tamilnadu[30]40 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Gounder Tamilnadu[30]41 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Gowda

(including Gammala, Kalali and Anuppa Gounder)

Tamilnadu[30]42 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Hegde Tamilnadu[30]43 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Idiga Tamilnadu[30]44 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Illathu Pillaimar,

Illuvar,
Ezhuvar and Illathar

Tamilnadu[30]45 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Inji Koravar

(In Thanjavur, Tiruchirapalli and Pudukottai districts)

Tamilnadu[30]46 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Isaivellalar Tamilnadu[30]47 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Jambuvanodai Tamilnadu[30]48 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Jangam Tamilnadu[30]49 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Jhetty Tamilnadu[30]50 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Jogi (including Jogis) Tamilnadu[30]51 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kabbera Tamilnadu[30]52 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kaikolan,

Kaikolar,
Sengunthar

Tamilnadu[30]53 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Kaladi Tamilnadu[30]54 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kala Koravar

(In Thanjavur, Tiruchirapally and Pudukottai districts)

Tamilnadu[30]55 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Kalari Kurup including Kalari Panieker (In Kanniyakumari district and Shencottah taluk of Tirunelveli district) Tamilnadu[30]56 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Kalingi Tamilnadu[30]57 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kalinji Dabikoravar

(In Thanjavur and Pudukottai districts)

Tamilnadu[30]58 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Kallar

(including Easanattu Kallar
Gandarvakkottai Kallar
Koottappal Kallar
Piramalai Kallar
and Periasooriyur Kallar)

Tamilnadu[30]59 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Kalveli Gounder Tamilnadu[30]60 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Kambar Tamilnadu[30]61 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kammalar or Viswakarma, Viswakammala

(including Thattar, Porkollar, Kannar Karumar Kollar, Thacher, Kalthacher Kamsala and Viswabrahmin)

Tamilnadu[30]62 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011 / 21/ 95-BCC 15 May 1995
12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Kani, Kanisu Kaniyar Panikkar Tamilnadu[30]63 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011 /21/ 95-BCC 15 May 1995

Kannada Saineegar,

Kannadiyar (throughout the State) and
Dasapalanjika (Coimbatore, Erode and Nilgiris districts)

Tamilnadu[30]64 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011 /21/ 95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011 /4/ 2002 – BCC 13 January 2004

Karuneegar

(Seer Karuneegar,
Sri Karuneegar,
Sarattu Karuneegar,
Kaikatti Karuneegar
Mathu Vazhi Kanakkar
Sozhi Kanakkar and
Sunnambu Karuneegar)

Tamilnadu[30]65 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/ 21/ 95-BCC 15 May 1995

Katesar

Pattamkatti

Tamilnadu[30]66 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Kavuthiyar Tamilnadu[30]67 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kepmari

(in Chengalpattu, Pudukottai and Tiruchirapalli districts)

Tamilnadu[30]68 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/ 21/ 95-BCC 15 May 1995

Kerala Mudali Tamilnadu[30]69 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Kharvi Tamilnadu[30]70 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Khatri Tamilnadu[30]71 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kongu Chettiar (in Coimbatore and Periyar district only) Tamilnadu[30]72 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kongu Vellalar (including Vellala Gounder

Nattu Gounder, Narambukkatti Gounder,
Tirumudi Vellalar, Thondu Vellalar, Pala Gounder, Poosari Gounder, Anuppa Vellala Gounder, Padaithalai Gounder, Chendalai Gounder, Pavalankatti Vellala Gounder, Pala
Vellala Gounder, Sanku Vellala Gounder and Rathinagiri Gounder

Tamilnadu[30]73 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Koppala Velama Tamilnadu[30]74 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Koracha Tamilnadu[30]75 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Koravar

(in Chengalpattu, Ramanathapuram, Kamarajar, Pasumpen Mutouramalingam, Pudukottai, Thanjavur, Tiruchirappalli, Tirunelveli, Madras, Madurai and the Nilgiris districts)

Tamilnadu[30]76 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Koteyar Tamilnadu[30]77 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Krishnanvaka

(in Kanniyakumari district and Shencottah taluk of Tirunelveli district)

Tamilnadu[30]78 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kudumbi (in Kanniyakumari district and Shencottah taluk of Tirunelveli district) Tamilnadu[30]79 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kulala (including Kuyavar, Kumbarar and Velar) Tamilnadu[30]80 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011 / 88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Kunchidigar Tamilnadu[30]81 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kunnuvar Mannadi Tamilnadu[30]82 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Kurhini Chetty Tamilnadu[30]83 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995

Kurumba (where they are not Scheduled Tribes), Kurumba Gounder, Tamilnadu[30]84 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12015/13/2010-B.C.II. 8 December 2011

Labbai, Rowthar and Marakayar

(whether their spoken language is Tamil or Urdu)

Tamilnadu[30]85 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993

12011/21/95-BCC 15 May 1995
12011 / 88/98-BCC 6 December 1999

Lambadi Tamilnadu[30]86 12011/68/93 [4]-BCC(C ) 10 September 1993
Latin Catholic (in Kan