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S. No.  Category Eligibility
1 Other Backward Classes (OBC) 1)   Caste categorization under OBC as per either Centre list at website www.ncbc.gov.in or the designated State Govt. list. Caste certificate issued by relevant state government is required
2)   Annual Family income from all sources should be below Rs.3.00 Lakhs. Annual Family income certificate issued by the appropriate authority of the State Government or self-certified and duly endorsed by a Gazetted officer as defined by the appropriate government will be acceptable.
2 Economically Backward Classes (EBC)  1)    No Caste certificate required.
2)    Annual Family income from all sources should be below Rs.1.00 Lakhs. Annual Family income certificate issued by the appropriate authority of the State Government or self-certified and duly endorsed by a Gazetted officer as defined by the appropriate government will be acceptable.
3 De-Notified Nomadic and Semi-Nomadic Tribes (DNTs) 1)    Given their extremely deprived & migratory nature, exemption has been given for insistence of caste certificate, income certificate, proof of age and permanent address. 
2)    If the caste certificate is not available, Self-declaration of the candidate of his/her specific caste, date of birth and address alongwith the endorsement by the local Pradhan of the Community/Cluster to this effect, will be acceptable. 
3)   No income criteria
4 Senior Citizens 1)    The age of person should be 60 years or above. Age should be authenticated through valid proof viz. certificate of educational qualification, Adhaar Card, Pan Card, Driving License etc. 
2)    There will be no caste or income criteria.
5 Trans genders 1)    The member of transgender community needs to obtain certificate of identity issued by District Magistrate based on recommendation of a District Screening Committee, which will comprise the Chief Medical Officer, District Social Welfare Officer, Psychologist or psychiatrist and a representative of transgender community.
2)    There will be no caste or income criteria.
6 Beggars 1)    As per Bombay Prevention of Begging Act, 1959 the beggars are defined as below:
  i. Soliciting or receiving alms, in a public place whether or not under any pretence such as singing, dancing, fortune telling, performing tricks or offering any article for sale; 
  ii. entering any private premises for the purpose of soliciting or receiving alms; 
  iii. exposing or exhibiting, with the object of obtaining or extorting alms, any sore, wound injury, deformity or disease whether of a human being or of an animal; 
  iv. having no visible means of subsistence and wandering about or remaining in any public place in such condition or manner, as makes it likely that the person doing so exists by soliciting or receiving alms;
  v. allowing oneself to be used as an exhibit for the purpose of soliciting or receiving alms
7 Victims of substance abuse 1)   Certificate issued by treatment clinic, Integrated Rehabilitation Centre for Addicts (IRCA) may be accepted
2)   There will be no caste or income criteria.
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