Dr. Babu Jagjivan Ram Living cum work shed Construction Scheme
Under this scheme the house less leather artisans will be given financial assistance to construct Living cum Work Sheds through Rajiv Gandhi Rural Housing Corporation. The artisans who have sites / old house / huts in their name can avail the benefit of the scheme.
Unit Cost:- Rs. 2.50 Lakhs.
Subsidy amount:- Rs. 2.20 lakhs.
Beneficiary Contribution:- Rs. 30,000/-
Integrated Development of Pragathi LIDKAR Colonies
Under this Scheme Lidkar Colonies and other colonies where 100 % Leather Artisans are living will be developed by providing infrastructure Facilities such as CC Road, Drainage, Street Lights, Drinking Water, Charmashilpi Bhavan for Cultural Activities & Toilet facilities etc.
Common criterias for the selection of beneficiaries
Aspirants should be leather artisans belongs to sub-castes Arundathiyar, Chammadiya, Chamar, Chambar, Chamagar, Madar, Madig, Madiga, Mini Madig, Jambavalu, Haralayya, Machigar, Mochigar, Mochi, muchi, Telugu Mochi, kamaati mocha, Rohidas, Dhor, kakkayya, Kankayya, Samagara, Samagar, Aadhi Anddra, Aadhi Dravida, Aadhi Karnataka among schedule castes.
Aspirants from Aadhi Dravida, Aadhi Karnataka and Aadhi Andhra should furnish a self-declaration letter that mentions their sub-caste.
The minimum age requirement is 18.
Annual family income should be 30,000 or less in rural areas and 25,000 or less in urban areas.
The income limit for living cum work-shed construction scheme is Rs.32,000 - in rural areas and Rs 87,600 - urban areas.
No one applying for these schemes or their family members has ever taken other benefits under any other schemes from our corporation (except Training/Paaduke kuteera schemes).
None of the members of the applicants family should have employed either in Government / semi Government Organizations.
To avail benefits under Kayaka Spoorthi Scheme, Minimum of 10 female Artisans should have a self-help group.
Representation for female Artisans shall be reserved at 33% across the schemes.
Representation for physically Challenged candidates shall be reserved at 5% across the schemes.
According to Government orders, terms and conditions shall be applicable.
Caste certificate with RD number
Valid annual income certificate.
Passport Size photograph of the Applicant and his/her spouse.
E-Shram Card (Only for Profession-cobbler/shoe Maker)
The first page of your bank passbook is in the name of SHG (Only for Kaayaka Spoorthi scheme).
Detailed Project Report (only for self-employment programs).
Driving license issued by RTO(Only for Sanchari Marata Malige Scheme).
Site Khatha Certificate (Only for Housing Scheme).
Profession certificate/skill test certificate that is issued by Technical section committee of the Corporation.
Loan Documents (Only for Direct loan and Kayaka Spoorthi Scheme).
Implementation Method :
Applicants can apply through Suvidha/Seva Sindhu portal suvidha.karnataka.gov.in or sevasindhu.karnataka.gov.in by completing an application online.
District Co-Ordinator shall verify the applications, prepare a list of eligible applicants, and present a list to the concerned MLAs for their recommendations . then the District level selection committee will then make a decision on who will be selected.
The District Level Selection Committee is headed by the Joint/Deputy Director. Social Welfare Department with the following members :
a) District Manager, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Development Corporation - Member.
b) District Co - Ordinator, LIDKAR - Member Secretary.
District Committee Officers are responsible for the selection of beneficiaries. This list must then be submitted to the Head Office seeking an administrative approval.
The list will be put up on the notice boards of respective units, after obtaining administrative approval by The Managing Director for further implementation.
General qualifications :
Skin artisans must belong to a family of Scheduled Castes belonging to the Scheduled Castes, Samaras, Dora, Adizambawa, Betcher and Mochi communities.
Must be a resident of Karnataka.
The District Committee shall function under the Chairmanship of the Joint Directors / Deputy Directors, Department of Social Welfare with the following members
After selecting the beneficiaries, the above committee will submit the list of district coordinators of the corporation to the head office after getting confirmation.
The implementation of the plan is to be followed by the administrative approval of the Managing Director of the selection list and the publication of the selection list in the respective District Units Notification Panel.
Applicants / dependent members of the family should not be employed by any government / non-governmental employee.
Allowing only one craftsman in a family (family means husband, wife and unmarried children)
If the sanctioned beneficiary is found to be ineligible, the sanction is canceled at any stage.
Implementation Method :
Promotion of the project and inviting applications before the implementation of the project. Applications will be distributed at the office of the Taluk Social Welfare Officer.
After the last date the District Coordinator of the corporation has compiled and verified the applications from the Taluk Social Welfare Officers and prepared the list of eligible artisans and presented them before the District Committee.
Must be at least 18 years of age and under 50 years of age.
The annual income of the applicant's family is Rs. 1,50,000 / - in rural areas and Rs. 2,00,000 / - should be within the limit
3% should be given preference for persons with disabilities.
Preference for craftsmen who have formed self-help societies.