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Minorities Welfare Initiatives

Minorities Welfare Initiatives

In 2012, the Government took a significant step by setting up the Commissionerate for Minorities Welfare. This move aimed to better the lives of minority communities by overseeing the implementation of various schemes and ensuring the effective use of government funds allocated for their welfare. This initiative was further strengthened when it transitioned into the Directorate of Minority Welfare, Telangana State on June 2, 2014. The dedicated efforts of the Minorities Welfare Department extend to executing programs funded both by the state budget and centrally sponsored schemes, all geared towards uplifting minority groups and fostering their well-being.

Shaadi Mubarak Scheme

The Shaadi Mubarak Scheme offers a helping hand to minority brides in Telangana, providing them with financial assistance of Rs. 75,116 each. This support aims to ease the financial burden for unmarried girls at the time of their marriage, making their special day a little brighter.

Ramzan Dawath-e-Iftaar and Christmas Feast

Under this program, the government organizes dinners for underprivileged Muslims and Christians during their respective festivals. Additionally, they distribute 13,500 clothing items and gift packets for both Ramzan and Christmas celebrations. Additionally, we allocated Rs. 27.00 Lakhs for Iftar and feasts in Khammam, benefiting five constituencies.

Telangana Minorities & Christian (M) Finance Corporation

Subsidy cum Loan Scheme: The Government of Telangana is helping minorities start their own businesses through a scheme that offers subsidized loans. Recently, they increased the subsidy, covering 50% to 80% of the loan amount, ranging from 1 lakh to 10 lakhs.

Training and Employment: Minority youth are getting valuable job training and assistance in finding employment. The government partners with respected institutions like NAC and SETWIN to offer courses in various fields like Civil, Industrial, Electrical, and Computers.

Minorities Study Circle: Since 2015-16, the Telangana Minorities Study Circle has been helping minority candidates prepare for competitive exams such as TSPSC Group I, II, III & IV, Staff Selection Commission, Bank Probationary Officers, and Police and Armed Forces Recruitment. Every year, the government sponsors 100 minority candidates for All India Services Exams preparation from the best available institutions.

Telangana Minorities Residential Schools: The government is investing significantly in education by establishing 160 Minority Residential Schools, a historic initiative costing Rs. 6723 crores. These schools, with 71 already opened since July 2016, provide education from 5th grade to Intermediate level, with separate facilities for kids. In Khammam District alone, 7 such schools have been sanctioned, currently accommodating 1840 students.

Read Also: Centrally Sponsored Schemes for Minorities Welfare

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