GO 16 Guidelines for financial assistance to Kapus, Telaga, Balija & Ontari


Govt of AP have issued orders establishing “The Andhra Pradesh State Kapu Welfare and Development Corporation Ltd., under Companies Act, 2013 with an aim to promoting the Welfare and Development of the Kapu (Kapu, Telaga, Balija and Ontari) Communities and to serve the marginalized and poor Kapu Community members in Andhra Pradesh.

Government of Andhra have issued orders guidelines for implementation of Economic Assistance Scheme / Programmes for Kapu, Telaga, Balija and Ontari communities.

Managing Director, A.P.State Kapu Welfare and Development Corporation Ltd., Hyderabad has submitted the proposal for issuing operational guidelines for the (8) schemes for implementation of Annual Action Plan for 2016-17.

Government after careful examination of the matter and in supersession of the orders issued in the reference have decided to issue operational guidelines for implementation of Schemes for implementation of Annual Action Plan for 2016 – 17 as annexed to this order.

1. ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE PROGRAM – “CHANDRANNA SWAYAM UPADHI”

BACKGROUND

Andhra Pradesh State Kapu Welfare and Development Corporation Limited (APSKWDCL), a Government of Andhra Pradesh undertaking, is introducing the “Economic Assistance Program- Chandranna Swayam Upadhi” for the economically weak Kapu entrepreneurs in Andhra Pradesh. Under this program, a financial assistance up to Rs 100,000 (Rupees One Lakh only) shall be granted to the selected applicants through the prescribed process. This assistance will be for acquisition of assets by beneficiaries for setting up new businesses or expanding/diversifying existing businesses.

OBJECTIVE

The program targets to encourage economically weak Kapu entrepreneurs to setup or expand/diversify enterprises as a source of livelihood.

SCOPE

• This program is applicable for members from economically weak families of Kapu Community of Andhra Pradesh –
1. Who will setup an Enterprise in Andhra Pradesh, or,
2. Who wishes to expand/diversify their existing an Enterprise in Andhra Pradesh.
• The program will subsidize an acquisition of asset by 50% of its cost, up to a maximum of Rs 100,000 (Rupees One Lakh only), and the rest amount of the cost being loaned by the applicant from the bank.

ELIGIBILITY

• The applicant should belong to Kapu community i.e. the Kapu, Balija, Telaga and Ontari sub-castes.
• The applicant must be residing in Andhra Pradesh.
• The applicant should belong to a family holding White Ration Card.
• The applicant should be owning or planning to setup an enterprise in Andhra Pradesh.
• The applicant should be between the ages of 21 to 50 years of age while applying to the scheme.
• A shelf of project/activities for which assets can be acquired though this scheme is proposed by the corporation, though the applicant can propose any viable activity and it can be considered by the corporation on merits.
• The applicant should not have availed himself/herself of any amount under any other Government scheme/program for the same purpose.
• The beneficiaries who have received financial assistance previously from Kapu Corporation in the last financial year are not eligible.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

• The program will commence from June 2016.
• Eligible candidates should fill their application online at APSKWDCL website in the prescribed format.
• Applicant should upload the scanned copies (in PDF format of min 50 KB and max 150 KB size each) of the self attested copy of the following documents:
1. White Ration Card of the applicant’s family.
2. Aadhar Cards of the applicant.
3. Caste certificate issued by competent authority.
4. Date of birth proof.
5. Passport size photograph (in JPEG format up to 50 KB size).

SELECTION AND PROGRAM EXECUTION PROCESS

• District wise Targets: District wise targets will be set and communicated to the district offices by the MD, APSKWDCL.

• Preparation of District Action Plan: The Program/Mandal/Bank Branch – wise Action Plan shall be prepared in consultation with the LDM & Convener DCC and get finalized in the DCC meeting.

• Filing of applications: The eligible beneficiaries shall be informed to file their applications in the nearest Mee Seva Centres. The District Collector and Chairmen, BC Corporation/ Kapu Corporation shall ensure that wide publicity to be given.

• Selection lists: The selection of the beneficiaries, as per the guidelines and eligibility shall be done at Mandal/Municipal level. The Mandal / Municipal level Screening-cum-Selection Committees shall select the eligible beneficiaries, as per their skill, interest, choice, aptitude and map the asset-oriented Program (viable as per local need / demand, market potential for sustainable income generation). The Screening-cum-Selection Committees shall approve the ‘Selection list’. The MPDOs/ Municipal Commissioners shall send a copy of the approved selection list to the Executive Director/ Project Director of BC Corporation/ Kapu Corporation.

• Arranging bank linkages (getting consent of the banks): After the completion of the selection of the beneficiaries, the consent letters of the banks shall be obtained.

• Documentation: After issuing of Bank consents, the proposals shall be documented i.e., filling of application forms enclosing all relevant documents for the program applied for, affixing the signatures of recommending authorities ( MPDOs / Municipal Commissioners),etc.

• Aadhar : The entry of Aadhar / UID Number of the applicant and Aadhar / UID Number is made mandatory at the time of applying for the Program. The self attestation copies of the Aadhar /UID card of the applicant and the Aadhar /UID card of the applicant shall be collected compulsory during the documentation.

• Registration in APSKWDCL website: All the details of the applicants shall be entered in the APSKWDCL website by the MPDOs / Municipal Commissioners. After registration into the APSKWDCL website, the proposals/applications (hard copy) shall be submitted to Executive Director/ Project Director of BC Corporation/ Kapu Corporation with a covering letter, for further action.

• Sanction proceedings by District Collector: After receipt of proposals/ applications of the beneficiaries from the MPDOs/Municipal Commissioners, the Executive Director/ Project Director of BC Corporation/ Kapu Corporation shall arrange for the issue of administrative sanctions, and issue of sanction proceedings from District Collector/Chairperson through the APSKWDCL website. (No sanction shall be given outside the APSKWDCL website)

• Opening of two bank accounts of beneficiaries: The Sanction proceedings under Bank-linked Program (Action plan) shall be communicated to the Banks concerned/MPDOs/ Municipal Commissioners and beneficiaries at once. The Executive Director/ Project Director of BC Corporation/ Kapu Corporation shall obtain the two account Numbers (Non-operative SB account number & Loan account number) of the sanctioned beneficiaries from the Banks in respect of Bank Linked Program. The Non Operative SB account should be opened under the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojna (PMJDY).

• Uploading the two bank account numbers of sanctioned beneficiaries: The Kapu Corporation shall upload the two Account numbers of the sanctioned beneficiaries and IFSC Code of the respective Bank Branches in APSKWDCL website for facilitating release of subsidy by Head office through Online (E-Payment) directly into Non-operative Savings Bank Account of the beneficiaries from the Head Office in respect of bank-linked Programs.

• Entering of Ration Card Number: Entering of ration card number of the applicant is mandatory at the time of applying for the program. The self attestation copies of ration card of the applicant shall be collected compulsory during the documentation.

• Grounding of the units: After release of subsidy, the Banks shall take up groundings. The grounding of units shall be monitored by the Mandal / Municipal level Committees in order to ensure full-fledged and timely grounding process as per the Kapu Corporation Action Plan Implementation Manual.

• Orientation Program: A mandatory 1 day Orientation Program for the beneficiaries will be organized at constituency level at regular intervals by the corporation with the assistance of identified training partners.

• Collection of utilization certificates: The Executive Director/ Project Director of BC Corporation/ Kapu Corporation will ensure the collection of Utilization Certificates from the Banks after the grounding of units, and the details thereof shall be entered into APSKWDCL website and hard copy shall be furnished to Head Office.

Note: Until & unless the particulars of the grounded units (UGs) are entered into APSKWDCL website, the grounding process will neither be completed nor will it be accounted for, for achievement of targets.

• Pending beneficiaries: The beneficiaries to whom two Bank Accounts (Non-operative SB account number & Loan Account Number) were uploaded in the year 2015-16 and for whom subsidy is not released in the year 2015-16 are also eligible for fresh sanctions as per the merits, in the year 2016-17. These bank accounts if are not under Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojna (PMJDY), need be converted into PMJDY accounts.

• Compliance: The Executive Director/ Project Director of BC Corporation/ Kapu Corporation are responsible for taking the initiative, for ensuring coordination with all the stakeholders involved and for ensuring that the Kapu Corporation action plan, in respect of their district, is implemented as per the guidelines and instructions. They should send the progress report in the format already prescribed to the Head Office. Any deviation or laxity in this regard shall be viewed seriously.

• Enlisting in other welfare schemes/programs: Upon enlisting in this program, the corporation would assist the beneficiaries to register for the following schemes/programs –
1. AP State Construction and Other Workers Welfare Board benefits -Premium amount of Rs 12 (Rupees Twelve only) annually.
2. Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana (PMSBY) – Premium amount of Rs 12 (Rupees Twelve only) annually.
3. Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana (PMJJMY) – Premium amount of Rs 330 (Rupees Three Thirty only) annually.

• Geo-tagging: Geo-tagging of the asset will be done through identified partner institutions.

• Third party audits: After the financial year, third party audit of the grounded units / assets will be done at each Mandal / municipality level by the corporation through NABCONS.

• The State Level Committee is the competent authority to allot the additional targets to any district from unspent balances in order to achieve overall physical and financial targets at State level.

CONTACT

 For any clarifications or difficulties in applying for the program, applicants can contact the local MPDO or Executive Director/ Project Director of BC Corporation/Kapu Corporation or the APSKWDCL helpline.

ANNEXURE TO SCHEME.1 – INDICATIVE SHELF OF PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES FOR WHICH ASSETS COULD BE ACQUIRED THROUGH THE ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

 

  1. Agriculture and Minor Irrigation Sector
  2. Agriculture Tools and Implements
  3. Bullock Carts
  4. Oil Engine
  5. Bore and Motor
  6. Motor and Pipeline
  7. Submersible Pump Set and Pipeline
  8. Agro Based Food Processing Industry
  9. Bakery Products
  10. Bedana/Raisin Industry/Seeds Processing
  11. Cashew/Chironji processing (Dry Fruits)
  12. Cattle feed
  13. Charolie making
  14. Coconut and Areca nut products
  15. Daliya making
  16. Fruits and vegetable processing
  17. Ghani Oil industry
  18. Groundnut Decorticator (Seeds/Oil Purpose)
  19. Indian sweets making
  20. Khava & Chakka Unit
  21. Manufacture of Mahendi
  22. Manufacture of Cane-Gur and Khandsari/Jaggery making
  23. Manufacturing of Chips from Banana(raw)/Potato
  24. Manufacturing of Food Industry
  25. Manufacturing of Ice/Ice Candy
  26. Masala Udyog
  27. Milk products making units
  28. Mini rice shelling unit/Rice Mill
  29. Noodles Making
  30. Paddy Unit (PCPI)
  31. Palmgur making and other palm products industry
  32. Papad Making
  33. Pepsi Unit/ Cold/Soft Drinks
  34. Poha Making Unit/Popcorn
  35. Power Atta chakki/Flour Mill
  36. Processing of Maize and Ragi
  37. Production of Ice Box
  38. Raswanti- sugarcane Juice catering unit
  39. Soda Mfg. products
  40. Supari Making Unit
  41. Threshing
  42. Vermicelli (Shyarige) Machine 
  1. Animal Husbandry Sector
  2. Dairy – Buffaloes
  3. Dairy – Cows
  4. Egg Business
  5. Fish Business
  6. Prawn Business
  7. Goat Rearing
  8. Sheep Rearing
  9. Milk Booth
  10. Forest Based Industry
  11. Ayurvedic Medicine Mfg. by forest produce/medicinal plant
  12. Bamboo and Cane work
  13. Ban Making Unit
  14. Basket Making/Bag Making
  15. Bee-keeping
  16. Collection of forest plants and fruits for medicinal purpose
  17. Kath Manufacturing
  18. Khus tattis and broom making
  19. Manufacture of Gums and Resins
  20. Manufacture of Katha
  21. Manufacture of Shellac
  22. Manufacturing Pharmaceutical products
  23. Photo framing
  24. Hand Made Paper And Fibre Industry
  25. Coir work
  26. Fibre items
  27. Handmade Paper/Thermocol
  28. Leaf cup making
  29. Manufacture of Jute products (under Fibre industry)
  30. Manufacture of exercise book binding
  31. Manufacture of paper cups
  32. Mat Making
  33. of Leaf Cup-Plates
  34. Pith work
  35. Mineral Based Industry
  36. Black Board/ Slate and Slate pencil/Chalk making
  37. Blue Metal Jelly (excavation of stone quarries for crushing of blue metal jelly)
  38. Brick Bhatta
  39. Cement Blocking
  40. Ceramic-Dental Teeth
  41. Clay Grinding
  42. Cottage Pottery Industry
  43. Fuel briquetting
  44. Gem cutting
  45. Glassed decoration- cutting
  46. Goldsmith(Jewellery works)
  47. Idol Making
  48. Jewellery out of gold
  49. Limestone Lime shell and other lime products Industry
  50. Manufacture of Bangles (LAC)
  51. Manufacture of Glass toys
  52. Manufacture of Plaster of paris
  53. Manufacture of gulal
  54. Manufacture of paints
  55. Mfg/Processing Marble sheets/Tiles (Simple/Mosaic etc.)
  56. Mining activities & Trading small stone
  57. Mud pot Mfg.
  58. Polishing of Granite Stone Slabs/Granite Crushing
  59. Silver smithy
  60. Steam Coal Powder
  61. Stone cutting
  62. Utensil washing powder
  63. Utility articles made out of stone
  64. Polymer And Chemical Based Industry
  65. Candle
  66. Chappal Making/Shoes Making
  67. Chemical Industry
  68. Cottage Match Industry / Manufacture of Fireworks and Agarbattis
  69. Cottage soap industry
  70. Detergents and washing powder making (non toxic)
  71. Flaying
  72. Leather works
  73. Manufacture of Bindi
  74. Manufacture of Essential oils
  75. Manufacture of Rubber products (dipped latex) Rubber Sheets
  76. Manufacture of Shampoos
  77. Manufacture packing items of plastics
  78. Manufactures of hair oil
  79. Manufacturing of Poly Bags etc.
  80. Manufacturing of PVC Shoes
  81. Manufacturing of Resin & Tarpoline Oil
  82. Menthol oil
  83. of Mosquito Killer etc.
  84. of PVC Pipe & other PVC items
  85. Net Making
  86. Nylon rope making
  87. PVC insulated Wire & Cables
  88. Perfumes Making
  89. Products out of Rexin PVC
  90. Rural Engineering And Bio-Tech Industry
  91. Automobile work
  92. Air Compressor Business
  93. Black smithy
  94. Carpentry
  95. Carved wood and artistic furniture making
  96. Computer Assembling
  97. Engineering Workshop
  98. Fabrication Work
  99. Foundry Unit
  100. Engineering Works (Grilling, painting)
  101. Imitation Jewellery (Bangles) Making
  102. Iron grill making
  103. Iron work
  104. Manufacture of musical instruments
  105. Manufacture of Handmade utensils out of brass
  106. Manufacture of Household aluminium utensils
  107. Manufacture of Rural Transport vehicles such as hand carts
  108. Manufacture of Various Material Handling Equipments
  109. Manufacture of decorative bulbs
  110. Manufacture of electronic clocks and alarm time pieces
  111. Manufacture of handmade utensils out of Bell metal
  112. Manufacture of handmade utensils out of copper
  113. Manufacture of paper pins
  114. Manufacturing of Engineering Instruments
  115. Manufacturing of Machinery Spare Parts/Bearing etc.
  116. Manufacturing of Mixer Grinder and other House hold goods.
  117. Manufacturing of Platform scales/ Dharamkanta
  118. Manufacturing of Screw/Ball Bearing
  119. Manufacturing of storage batteries
  120. Manufacture of Steel Grills
  121. Manufacturing of Instant Sambirani Sticks Packing Material
  122. Manufacturing of Weighing Machine
  123. Manufacturing of Barbed Wires
  124. Manufacturing of Cooler Body
  125. Manufacturing of Microscopes
  126. Manufacturing of Mirror /gift Articles
  127. Manufacturing of Sewing Machine Parts etc..
  128. Manufacturing of Shutter Locks etc.
  129. Manufacturing of Trolley of Tractor & Turi Trolley
  130. Manufacturing of control panels
  131. Motor winding
  132. Production of Bumper Plant Protector
  133. Production of Radios
  134. Production of cassette player whether or not fitted with Radio
  135. Production of voltage stabilizer
  136. Rotary Furnace
  137. Saw Mill
  138. Solar and wind energy implements
  139. Stove wicks
  140. Tin smithy
  141. Transformer/Electric Motor Pump/Generators
  142. Trunk & Peti Manufacturing
  143. Umbrella assembling
  144. Welding Work
  145. Wire net making
  146. Wood Work
  147. Service Industry
  148. Agriculture servicing for sprayers
  149. Art board painting/Spray Painting
  150. Auto Service Centre
  151. Ban Making
  152. Band troupe
  153. Barber Saloon
  154. Cable T.V. Network/ Computer Centre
  155. Cell phone and electronics repairing
  156. Cotton Bed/pillows
  157. Cycle repair shops
  158. DTP
  159. Dyeing & Raising(Flannel)
  160. Electronics shop
  161. Embroidery
  162. Embroidery of Fabrics
  163. Fruit Business
  164. HDPE Bag Stitching &Printing
  165. Herbal Beauty Parlour/Ayurvedic Herbal Products
  166. Hiring of sound system like loud speaker
  167. Hosiery
  168. Kamble Weaving
  169. Laundry
  170. Mandap Decoration
  171. Manufacture of Lok Vastra cloth
  172. Manufacture of Silk clothing
  173. Manufacture of Cotton clothing
  174. Masonry
  175. Mineral Water
  176. Musical instruments
  177. Offset Printing & Binding
  178. Painter/Mfg. of Paints.
  179. Plumbing
  180. Polyvastra/Silk
  181. Printing Press/Screen Printing
  182. Public Transport Service/Rural Transport Service
  183. Repairs of diesel engines pump sets etc.
  184. Screen Printing
  185. Screen Printing in Cotton Textile Fabrics
  186. Servicing of Electric wining and Electronics appliances and equipments
  187. Sofa Repair works
  188. Stationary shop
  189. Tailoring and preparation of Readymade Garments
  190. Tea Stall /Confectionary Shop
  191. Tent House Business
  192. Thread Balls and Woollen Balling Lacchi making
  193. Toys and Doll making
  194. Tyre vulcanising unit
  195. Vegetable business
  196. Video & Photo studio
  197. Watch Repairing
  198. Xerox Centre

Note: This is an Indicative Shelf of Projects/Activities for which assets could be acquired through the Economic Assistance Program. The applicant can propose any viable activity and it can be considered by the corporation on merits.

GROUP MSME PROGRAM BACKGROUND

Andhra Pradesh State Kapu Welfare and Development Corporation Limited (APSKWDCL), a Government of Andhra Pradesh undertaking, is introducing the “Group MSME Program” for the Kapu entrepreneurs in Andhra Pradesh. Under this program, a financial assistance of Rs 1,000,000 (Rupees Ten Lakh only) shall be granted to the selected applicants through the prescribed process. This assistance will be for group of 3 to 5 members from the community to set up new MSME enterprises.

OBJECTIVE 

The program targets to encourage Kapu entrepreneurs to form groups and setup MSME units as source of livelihood.

SCOPE

  • This program is applicable for members of Kapu Community of Andhra Pradesh who come together as a group of 3 to 5 members and wish to start a MSME unit in Andhra Pradesh.
  • 1000 units are proposed to be setup during the financial year 2016-17 through this program.
  • Under the program the following financial model is proposed-
    1. Cost for proposed project will be a minimum of Rs. 2,500,000 (Rupees Twenty Five Lakh Only).
    2. A subsidy of Rs 1,000,000 (Rupees Ten Lakh Only) will be provided by the corporation.
    3. Beneficiary contribution in term of the margin money for the project will be a minimum of Rs. 500,000 (Rupees Five Lakh Only).
    4. The remaining required balance after the subsidy and beneficiary contribution will be availed as Bank loan and it shall be at least equivalent to Rs 1,000,000. (Rupees Ten Lakh Only)
  • A shelf of projects/activities will be proposed by the corporation, though the applicant can propose any viable projects /activities and it can be considered by the corporation on merits.
  • The Government would allocate developed infrastructure for the entrepreneurs in MSME parks across the state. Detailed guidelines will be issued in consultation with the Industries department.
  • In case of the entrepreneurs wishing to setup the unit in their own land, the same will be considered.

 

ELIGIBILITY

 

  • The group of entrepreneurs should consist of 3 – 5 members from the community.
  • The group of applicants should belong to Kapu community i.e. the Kapu, Balija, Telaga and Ontari sub-castes.
  • All the members of the group must be residing in Andhra Pradesh.
  • The income limit for each of the members of the group should be Rs 600,000 (Rupees Six Lakh Only).
  • The group should be planning to setup an enterprise in Andhra Pradesh.
  • The members of the group should be between the ages of 21 to 50 years of age at the time of applying for the program.
  • Any of the members of the group should not be defaulters to any bank or any financial institutions.
  • Any of the members of the group should not have availed him/her of any amount under any other Government program for the same purpose.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

  • The notification would be released in June 2016.
  • Eligible groups should fill their application online at the ASKWDCLn the prescribed format.
  • The group should upload the scanned copies (in PDF format of min 50 KB and max 150 KB size each) ) of the self attested copy of the following documents for each of the members of the group:
  1. Income Certificate.
  2. Aadhar Card
  3. Caste certificate issued by competent authority
  4. Date of birth proof
  5. SSC passing certificate
  6. PAN certificate
  7. Passport size photograph (in JPEG format up to 50 KB size)
  8. 6 month bank statements of all the members of the group.
  9. A brief project report with the financials.
  10. Self Affidavit (attested by a Govt official) by each member declaring that he/she is not the defaulter to any bank or financial institution
  11. Declaration from group, with signatures of all the members about arranging the margin money in case of the approval of their candidature

SCRUTINY OF APPLICATIONS

  • Scrutinising, short-listing and finalisation of applicants shall be done based on the online application data.
  • After receipt of applications, preliminary scrutiny and short listing of the applications will be done by NABCONS, who have been partnered with for this purpose.

SELECTION PROCESS

  • District wise targets will be set and communicated to the district offices by the MD, APSKWDCL.
  • Selection committee will be constituted by the corporation for each district separately.
  • Committee will be under the chairmanship of Joint Collector-development, General Manager-DIC, LDM, DDM, PD/ED of BC/Kapu Corporation and one representative from NABCONS.
  • Selection will be based on the qualification, experience, aptitude, viability of the project, coordination between the group members
  • Interview will take place on group basis as it is a group activity and it will be essential to test the amicability of the members of the group and their chemistry.
  • Intimation will be sent to the selected groups within one week of the completion of selections all over the state. Interview process should be completed within a month after the initial scrutiny of candidates.
  • A waitlist of 100 projects will be maintained by the selection committee.
  • Selected candidates or groups will be given one week time to inform their consent.
  • After receiving their consent, final list will be prepared by the corporation and selected list will be placed in the website of the corporation
  • After this process is completed, selected entrepreneurs will have to undergo a mandatory Entrepreneurship Development Program (EDP) training programme conducted by NABCONS on behalf of the corporation at specified places for a period of three days.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (EDP)

  • There will be a three day EDP for the selected entrepreneurs at district head quarters.
  • Topics to be covered in the programme:
    1. First day: Qualities for a successful Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship, managerial inputs, technical inputs for the project, etc.
    2. Second day: Financial appraisal of a project, Accounting procedures, Taxation and other statutory requirements, Approvals, Registration of the entity, etc.
    3. Third day: Production and sales issues, Marketing aspects and business development, logistics and transportation issue, HR and IR issues, labour laws, etc.
  • All the EDPs need to be completed in 2 months time.
  • Once EDP is completed, each group and entrepreneur will be given certification of EDP by NABCONS.

 

DETAILED PROJECT REPORTS

 

  • Detailed Project Reports will be prepared by NABCONS, as per project requirement, in consultation with the groups.

 

REGISTRATION OF ENTITY

 

  • Entrepreneurs shall form partnership firm and get the firm registered with appropriate authority.
  • An account will be opened for the registered unit.

 

SANCTION OF UNIT AND RELEASE OF SUBSIDY

 

  • After registration of entity and before release of the subsidy, Executive Director/ Project Director of BC Corporation/ Kapu Corporation shall arrange for the issue of administrative sanctions, and issue of sanction proceedings from District Collector/Chairperson through the APSKWDCL website. (No sanction shall be given outside the APSKWDCL website)
  • The group deposits the margin money this bank account.
  • The subsidy from the corporation is released into this bank account.

BANK LINKAGES

 

  • Joint credit camp will be conducted in selected centres depending on the number of selected candidates and in the joint credit camp Lead bank will be facilitating the process of allotting the entrepreneurs to respective bank branches where the units will be set up.
  • Banks will be approached by the entrepreneurs within a week of receiving the EDP training.
  • The corporation through NABCONs would assist the entrepreneurs secure the bank loans.

 

TIME LINES

 

  • Application process : 1 month
  • Selection process : 2 months
  • EDP          : 2 months
  • Bank linkage             : 2 months

 

ENLISTING IN OTHER WELFARE SCHEMES/PROGRAMS:

 

  • Upon enlisting in this program, the corporation would assist the beneficiaries to register for the following schemes/programs –
    1. AP State Construction and Other Workers Welfare Board benefits -Premium amount of Rs 12 (Rupees Twelve only) annually.
    2. Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana (PMSBY) – Premium amount of Rs 12 (Rupees Twelve only) annually.
    3. Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana (PMJJMY) – Premium amount of Rs 330 (Rupees Three Thirty only) annually.

 

COLLECTION OF UTILIZATION CERTIFICATES:

 

  • The Executive Director/ Project Director of BC Corporation/ Kapu Corporation will ensure the collection of Utilization Certificates from the Banks after the grounding of units, and the details thereof shall be entered into APSKWDCL website and hard copy shall be furnished to Head Office.

 

Note: Until & unless the particulars of the grounded units (UGs) are entered into APSKWDCL website, the grounding process will neither be completed nor will it be accounted for, for achievement of targets.

 

GEO-TAGGING

 

  • Geo-tagging of the asset will be done through identified partner institutions.

 


 

THIRD PARTY AUDITS

 

  • After the financial year, third party audit of the grounded units / assets will be done at each Mandal / municipality level by the corporation through NABCONS.

 

COMMITTEE

 

  • The State Level Committee will consist of the following members-

 

Principal Secretary, BC Welfare Chairman
Director, BC Welfare Member
Managing Director, BC Corporation Member
Vice President, NABCONS Member
Managing Director, Kapu Corporation Convenor

 

CONTACT

 

  • For any clarifications or difficulties in applying for the program, applicants can contact the Executive Director/ Project Director of BC Corporation/Kapu Corporation or the APSKWDCL helpline.

 

ANNEXURE TO SCHEME.2– INDICATIVE SHELF OF PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES FOR WHICH COULD BE CONSIDERED FOR THE GROUP MSME PROGRAM

 

  1. Agriculture and Minor Irrigation Sector
  2. Agriculture Tools and Implements
  3. Tractors
  4. Oil Engines
  5. Bore and Motor
  6. Motor and Pipeline
  7. Submersible Pump Sets and Pipeline
  8. Agro Based Food Processing Industry
  9. Bakery Products
  10. Bedana/Raisin Industry/Seeds Processing
  11. Cashew/Chironji processing (Dry Fruits)
  12. Cattle feed procesing
  13. Charolie making
  14. Coconut and Areca nut products
  15. Daliya making
  16. Fruits and vegetable processing
  17. Ghani Oil industry
  18. Groundnut Decorticator (Seeds/Oil Purpose)
  19. Indian sweets making
  20. Khava & Chakka Unit
  21. Manufacture of Mahendi
  22. Manufacture of Cane-Gur and Khandsari/Jaggery making
  23. Manufacturing of Chips from Banana(raw)/Potato
  24. Manufacturing of Food Industry
  25. Manufacturing of Ice/Ice Candy
  26. Masala Udyog
  27. Milk products making units
  28. Mini rice shelling unit/Rice Mill
  29. Noodles Making
  30. Paddy Unit (PCPI)
  31. Palmgur making and other palm products industry
  32. Papad Making
  33. Pepsi Unit/ Cold/Soft Drinks
  34. Poha Making Unit/Popcorn
  35. Power Atta chakki/Flour Mill
  36. Processing of Maize and Ragi
  37. Production of Ice Box
  38. Raswanti- sugarcane Juice catering unit
  39. Soda Mfg. products
  40. Supari Making Unit
  41. Threshing
  42. Vermicelli (Shyarige) Machine

 

  1. Animal Husbandry Sector
  2. Dairy – Buffaloes
  3. Dairy – Cows
  4. Egg Business
  5. Fish Business
  6. Prawn Business
  7. Goat Rearing
  8. Sheep Rearing
  9. Milk Booth

 

  1. Forest Based Industry
  2. Ayurvedic Medicine Mfg. by forest produce/medicinal plant
  3. Bamboo and Cane work
  4. Ban Making Unit
  5. Basket Making/Bag Making
  6. Bee-keeping
  7. Collection of forest plants and fruits for medicinal purpose
  8. Kath Manufacturing
  9. Khus tattis and broom making
  10. Manufacture of Gums and Resins
  11. Manufacture of Katha
  12. Manufacture of Shellac
  13. Manufacturing Pharmaceutical products
  14. Photo framing – Automatic
  15. Hand Made Paper And Fibre Industry
  16. Coir work
  17. Fibre items
  18. Handmade Paper/Thermocol
  19. Leaf cup making
  20. Manufacture of Jute products (under Fibre industry)
  21. Manufacture of exercise book binding
  22. Manufacture of paper cups
  23. Mat Making
  24. of Leaf Cup-Plates
  25. Pith work
  26. Mineral Based Industry
  27. Black Board/ Slate and Slate pencil/Chalk making
  28. Blue Metal Jelly (excavation of stone quarries for crushing of blue metal jelly)
  29. Brick Bhatta
  30. Cement Blocking
  31. Ceramic-Dental Teeth
  32. Clay Grinding
  33. Cottage Pottery Industry
  34. Fuel briquetting
  35. Gem cutting
  36. Glassed decoration- cutting
  37. Goldsmith(Jewellery works)
  38. Idol Making
  39. Jewellery out of gold
  40. Limestone Lime shell and other lime products Industry
  41. Manufacture of Bangles (LAC)
  42. Manufacture of Glass toys
  43. Manufacture of Plaster of paris
  44. Manufacture of gulal
  45. Manufacture of paints
  46. Mfg/Processing Marble sheets/Tiles (Simple/Mosaic etc.)
  47. Mining activities & Trading small stone
  48. Mud pot Mfg.
  49. Polishing of Granite Stone Slabs/Granite Crushing
  50. Silver smithy
  51. Steam Coal Powder
  52. Stone cutting
  53. Utensil washing powder
  54. Utility articles made out of stone
  55. Polymer And Chemical Based Industry
  56. Candle making
  57. Chappal Making/Shoes Making
  58. Chemical Industry
  59. Cottage Match Industry / Manufacture of Fireworks and Agarbattis
  60. Cottage soap industry
  61. Detergents and washing powder making (non toxic)
  62. Flaying
  63. Leather works
  64. Manufacture of Bindi
  65. Manufacture of Essential oils
  66. Manufacture of Rubber products (dipped latex) Rubber Sheets
  67. Manufacture of Shampoos
  68. Manufacture packing items of plastics
  69. Manufactures of hair oil
  70. Manufacturing of Poly Bags etc.
  71. Manufacturing of PVC Shoes
  72. Manufacturing of Resin & Tarpoline Oil
  73. Menthol oil
  74. of Mosquito Killer etc.
  75. of PVC Pipe & other PVC items
  76. Net Making
  77. Nylon rope making
  78. PVC insulated Wire & Cables
  79. Perfumes Making
  80. Products out of Rexin PVC
  81. Rural Engineering And Bio-Tech Industry
  82. Automobile work
  83. Air Compressor Business
  84. Black smithy
  85. Carpentry
  86. Carved wood and artistic furniture making
  87. Computer Assembling
  88. Engineering Workshop
  89. Fabrication Work
  90. Foundry Unit
  91. Engineering Works (Grilling, painting)
  92. Imitation Jewellery (Bangles) Making
  93. Iron grill making
  94. Iron work
  95. Manufacture of musical instruments
  96. Manufacture of Handmade utensils out of brass
  97. Manufacture of Household aluminium utensils
  98. Manufacture of Rural Transport vehicles such as hand carts
  99. Manufacture of Various Material Handling Equipments
  100. Manufacture of decorative bulbs
  101. Manufacture of electronic clocks and alarm time pieces
  102. Manufacture of handmade utensils out of Bell metal
  103. Manufacture of handmade utensils out of copper
  104. Manufacture of paper pins
  105. Manufacturing of Engineering Instruments
  106. Manufacturing of Machinery Spare Parts/Bearing etc.
  107. Manufacturing of Mixer Grinder and other House hold goods.
  108. Manufacturing of Platform scales/ Dharamkanta
  109. Manufacturing of Screw/Ball Bearing
  110. Manufacturing of storage batteries
  111. Manufacture of Steel Grills
  112. Manufacturing of Instant Sambirani Sticks Packing Material
  113. Manufacturing of Weighing Machine
  114. Manufacturing of Barbed Wires
  115. Manufacturing of Cooler Body
  116. Manufacturing of Microscopes
  117. Manufacturing of Mirror /gift Articles
  118. Manufacturing of Sewing Machine Parts etc..
  119. Manufacturing of Shutter Locks etc.
  120. Manufacturing of Trolley of Tractor & Turi Trolley
  121. Manufacturing of control panels
  122. Motor winding
  123. Production of Bumper Plant Protector
  124. Production of Radios
  125. Production of cassette player whether or not fitted with Radio
  126. Production of voltage stabilizer
  127. Rotary Furnace
  128. Saw Mill
  129. Solar and wind energy implements
  130. Stove wicks
  131. Tin smithy
  132. Transformer/Electric Motor Pump/Generators
  133. Trunk & Peti Manufacturing
  134. Umbrella assembling
  135. Welding Work
  136. Wire net making
  137. Wood Work
  138. Service Industry
  139. Agriculture servicing for sprayers
  140. Art board painting/Spray Painting
  141. Auto Service Centre
  142. Ban Making
  143. Band troupe
  144. Barber Saloons
  145. Battery charging
  146. Cable T.V. Network/ Computer Centre
  147. Cell phone and electronics repairing
  148. Cotton Bed/pillows
  149. Cycle repair shops
  150. DTP
  151. Dyeing & Raising(Flannel)
  152. Electronics shop
  153. Embroidery
  154. Embroidery of Fabrics
  155. Fruit Business
  156. HDPE Bag Stitching &Printing
  157. Herbal Beauty Parlour/Ayurvedic Herbal Products
  158. Hiring of sound system like loud speaker
  159. Hosiery
  160. Kamble Weaving
  161. Laundry
  162. Mandap Decoration
  163. Manufacture of Lok Vastra cloth
  164. Manufacture of Silk clothing
  165. Manufacture of Cotton clothing
  166. Masonry
  167. Mineral Water
  168. Musical instruments
  169. Offset Printing & Binding
  170. Painter/Mfg. of Paints.
  171. Plumbing
  172. Polyvastra/Silk
  173. Printing Press/Screen Printing
  174. Public Transport Service/Rural Transport Service
  175. Repairs of diesel engines pump sets etc.
  176. Screen Printing
  177. Screen Printing in Cotton Textile Fabrics
  178. Servicing of Electric wining and Electronics appliances and equipments
  179. Sofa Repair works
  180. Stationary shop
  181. Tailoring and preparation of Readymade Garments
  182. Tea Stall /Confectionary Shop
  183. Tent House Business
  184. Thread Balls and Woollen Balling Lacchi making
  185. Toys and Doll making
  186. Tyre vulcanising unit
  187. Vegetable business
  188. Video & Photo studio
  189. Watch Repairing
  190. Xerox Centre

 

Note: This is an Indicative Shelf of Projects/Activities for which assets could be setup through the Group MSME program. The applicant can propose any viable activity and it can be considered by the corporation on merits.

 


 

  1. CHANDRANNA VIDESHI VIDYA DEEVENA SCHEME (2016-17)

 

BACKGROUND

 

Andhra Pradesh State Kapu Welfare and Development Corporation Limited (APSKWDCL), a Government of Andhra Pradesh undertaking, is introducing the “Chandranna Videshi Vidya Deevena Scheme (2016-17)” for the economically weak Kapu youth in Andhra Pradesh. Under this scheme, a financial assistance of Rs 1,000,000 (Rupees Ten Lakh Only) shall be granted to the selected applicants through the prescribed process. This assistance shall be for studying overseas in recognized universities for tuition and living expenses.

 

OBJECTIVE

 

The scheme aims at encouraging economically weak Kapu youth to study overseas.

 

SCOPE

 

  • This scheme is applicable for members from economically weak families of Kapu Community of Andhra Pradesh who aspire to do their Graduate (only MBBS), Post Graduate or Ph.D. Courses abroad.
  • 400 students shall be offered this scholarship.
  • Under this scheme, a financial assistance of Rs 1,000,000 (Rs Ten Lakh Only) shall be granted to the selected applicants through the prescribed process.
  • One way economy class ticket (lowest fare tickets) for the shortest route shall be payable upon production of valid visa and admission particulars.
  • The total visa fees shall be reimbursed to the student upon production of valid visa and receipts of visa fee payment.

 

ELIGIBILITY

 

  • The applicant should belong to Kapu community i.e. the Kapu, Balija, Telaga and Ontari sub-castes of Andhra Pradesh.
  • The annual income limit of the parents shall be Rs 600,000 (Rupees Six Lakh Only) or below.
  • At the time of admission into the foreign institute, the applicant should have received his/her Intermediate certificate/relevant Graduate Degree for applying for MBBS courses or Graduate/PG certificate for applying for PG/Ph.D. courses.
  • PG courses include PG Diploma courses of One year, and One and Half year duration.
  • The scheme includes the study of CPA (Certified Public Accountant) and CPM (Certified Portfolio Manger) courses in the United States of America, since they are equivalent to Chartered Accountancy (CA) / Cost Accounting (CA) courses in India.
  • The applicant should be 35 years of age or below while applying.
  • Any Individual can avail this scheme only once in a life, and cannot be considered for the second or subsequent times.
  • Studying in courses from recognized universities from USA, UK, Australia, Canada, Singapore, Germany, New Zealand, Sweden, Netherlands, France, Denmark, Russia, Philippines, Kazakhstan and China (Philippines, Kazakhstan and China for medicine only) shall be considered for this scheme.
  • Application to other countries can be considered from case to case basis by the State Level Selection Committee.
  • In the case where not all scholarships are availed by eligible candidates, students already studying in 1st year or going to join 2nd year in eligible foreign institutes and courses, as above, may apply for this scheme.
  • The applicant should not have availed himself/ herself of any amount under any other Government scheme for the same purpose.

 

MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS

 

The following requirements should be mandatorily met by the candidates-

 

  • He / She should have a valid TOEFL /IELTS /GRE /GMAT.
  • He / She should have obtained admission into an accredited Foreign University.
  • He/ She should possess a valid Passport.
  • The Candidate should make his/her own efforts in seeking admission in an accredited University / Institution Abroad.
  • The selected candidate has to join the concerned University within one year of communication of selection. On expiry of this specified period of time, the award shall be automatically cancelled and come to an end. No request for extension of time for availing the award is permissible under the Scheme.
  • The candidate can change the course or university (in the same or any other eligible country) of study or research. Permission shall be accorded on a case by case basis, subject to the approval by the State Level Selection Committee.
  • It shall be the responsibility of the candidate to obtain the appropriate visa for a country where the admitted university is located.
  • Students studying in 1st year or going to join 2nd year in eligible foreign institutes and courses as above may apply with a letter of enrolment from their studying institute, stating their status as a student and year of study in the said institute.
  • The application should be complete in all respects and should be accompanied by all relevant documents. The applications, incomplete in any respect, are liable to be rejected.

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

 

  • Notification shall be issued in leading dailies calling for applications and wide publicity shall be given in University Campuses and in APSKWDCL website in August/September and January/February of the Academic year 2016-17.
  • Eligible candidates should fill their application online at the APSKWDCL website in the prescribed format.
  • Applicant should upload the scanned copies (in PDF format of min 50 KB and max 150 KB size each) ) of the self attested copy of the following documents:
  1. Income certificate.
  2. Aadhar Cards of the applicant.
  3. Caste certificate issued by competent authority.
  4. Date of birth proof.
  5. Intermediate or Graduate degree mark sheet.
  6. Passbook details of Savings Bank Account in Nationalized Bank (account must be in the name of applicant).
  7. Passport size photograph (in JPEG format upto 50 KB size).
  8. Passport copy.
  9. GRE / GMAT or equivalent qualifying exam / test score card.
  10. TOFEL / IELTS score card.
  11. Admission offer letter from Foreign University
  12. Biodata of the candidate.

 

SELECTION AND SCHEME EXECUTION PROCESS

 

  • All such students desirous of applying for financial assistance for studies abroad shall apply online from 1st August to 30th September and again from 1st January to 29th February of the year.
  • 33% of the awards shall be earmarked for Women Candidates (if adequate number of eligible women candidates are not available then Male candidates may be selected against this 33%).
  • 3% of the awards shall be earmarked for Specially Abled Candidates (if adequate number of eligible Specially Abled candidates are not available then other candidates may be selected against this 33%).
  • The Selection shall be conducted by a State Level Screening Committee constituted by the Government.
  • Selection shall be based on the application data and Biodata of the candidate.
  • The selected candidates shall be eligible for a Scholarship amount of Rs1,000,000 (Rupees Ten Lakh only)
  • The scholarship shall be payable to the student in their listed bank account in two instalments –
  1. Instalment I – An amount of Rs 500,000 (Rupees Five Lakh Only) shall be payable to the students upon production of the landing permit / I-94 card. (Immigration Card).
  2. Instalment II – An amount of Rs 500,000 (Rupees Five Lakh Only) shall be payable to the students upon production of the 1st Semester/Term results.
  • Sanction Proceedings specifying the amount of Rs 1,000,000 (Rupees Ten Lakh only) shall be issued to the individual towards fees and living expenses by way of a grant subject to his/her joining the Course and the Candidates selected by the Selection Committee. The sanction proceedings can be made use of by the Candidates for obtaining a Visa from the respective Embassy.
  • One way economy class ticket (lowest fare tickets) for the shortest route shall be payable upon production of valid visa and admission particulars.
  • The total visa fees shall be reimbursed to the student upon production of valid visa and receipts of visa fee payment.
  • The Student shall be eligible for an educational loan of Rs 500,000 (Rupees Five Lakh Only) from any Nationalized Bank at prevailing rates of interest. The Corporation shall coordinate with the Nationalised Banks in securing the education loans to the selected candidates.
  • The awardees are permitted to supplement the scholarship allowances by under taking Research/Teaching Assistanceship, as available from the respective universities.
  • Upon release of the 2nd Instalment, a Utilization Certificates shall be obtained from the student with the endorsement of concerned University Authorities for record purpose under the scheme.
  • In case of not enough eligible applications being selected by the corporation to fill up the number of targeted scholarships (i.e. 400 scholarships), students already studying in 1st year or going to join 2nd year in eligible foreign institutes and courses will be eligible to be granted the scholarship under this scheme, which will be done through the above mentioned process.

 

SELECTION COMMITTEE:

 

  • The Selection shall be conducted by a State Level Screening Committee, with the following members.
Principal Secretary, BC Welfare Chairman
Secretary, AP State Council of Higher Education Member
Commissioner , Technical Education Member
Managing Director, BC Corporation Member
Vice-Chancellor, JNTU Kakinada Member
Convenor, SLBC Member
Managing Director, Kapu Corporation Convenor
  • The Bio-data and application details of the candidates who applied online shall be made available to the Committee for the selection process.

 


 

CONTACT

  • For any clarifications or difficulties in applying for the program, applicants can contact Executive Director/ Project Director of BC Corporation/ Kapu Corporation or the APSKWDCL helpline.

 

  1. CHANDRANNA VIDYONNATI SCHEME (2016-17)

 

BACKGROUND

 

Andhra Pradesh State Kapu Welfare and Development Corporation Limited (APSKWDCL), a Government of Andhra Pradesh undertaking, is introducing the “Chandranna Vidyonnati Scheme (2016-17)” for the economically weak Kapu youth in Andhra Pradesh. Under this scheme, a financial assistance shall be granted to the selected applicants through the prescribed process. This assistance will be for coaching for UPSC Civil Services Examinations; Competitive Examinations conducted for selection of candidates for positions like Probationary Officers, Bank Clerks, Regional Rural Bank Exams, Specialist Officers, Staff Selection Commission officers and Insurance officers; IIT coaching, coaching for GRE/ GMAT/ TOEFL/ IELTS, coaching for GATE / Indian Engineering Services and Chartered Accountancy Coaching.

 

OBJECTIVE

 

The scheme aims at encouraging economically weak Kapu youth to join the UPSC Civil Services, Banking and other allied Services, IITs, Universities of higher education abroad, M.Tech studies, Indian Engineering Services and Chartered Accountancy.

 

SCOPE

 

  • This scheme is applicable for members from economically weak families of Kapu Community of Andhra Pradesh who aspire to become Civil Servants / join Banking and allied Services in various positions / study in the IITs / pursue higher education in institutes outside India/ pursue M.Tech in India/ join the Indian Engineering Services / become Chartered Accountants.

 

  • The number of target beneficiaries would be –
  1. UPSC Civil Services exams – 500 students
  2. Banking And Other Eligible Examinations Coaching
    1. Bank Probationary Officers, Specialist officers and Insurance officers exams – 5,000 students
    2. Bank Clerks, Regional Rural Bank Exams and Staff Selection Commission exams – 10,000 students
  3. IIT aspirants – 100 students
  4. GRE/GMAT/TOEFL/IELTS – Based on number of applications
  5. GATE/Indian Engineering Services – Based on number of applications
  6. Chartered Accountancy Coaching – Based on number of applications

Note: Number of students can be increased or decreased by the APSKWDCL based on demand.

 

  • Financial assistance in terms of coaching fees and maintenance stipend for buying books and stationary; boarding and lodging expenses provided for the eligible beneficiaries joining various coaching institutes through the scheme shall be as follows-
    1. UPSC Civil Services exams – A total of Rs 242,000 (Rupees Two Lakh Forty Two Thousand Only) which will be towards –
  1. Financial Assistance would be provided for a Prelims and Mains integrated guidance training course of 9 months duration with coaching fees up to Rs 150,000 (Rupees One Lakh Thirty Thousand only) which will be credited directly to the institute’s account.
  2. Financial Assistance towards books, stationary, boarding and lodging expenses of Rs 10,000 (Rupees Ten Thousand only) per month, which will be credited to the beneficiary’s account every month for 9 months.
  3. Rs 2000 (Rupees Two thousand only) per student will be paid as a onetime TA (to & fro) for the entire course duration for the Civil Services coaching.
  4. Accommodation in AP Bhawan (Category 1) for those attending interviews in Delhi for Civil Services exams.

 

  1. Banking And Other Eligible Examinations Coaching
    1. Bank Probationary Officers, Specialist officers and Insurance officers exams – A total of Rs 20,000 (Rupees Twenty Thousand Only) which will be towards –
      • Financial Assistance would be provided towards coaching fees up to Rs 12,000 (Rupees Twelve Thousand only) which will be credited directly to the institute’s account.
      • Financial Assistance towards books, stationary, boarding and lodging expenses – Rs 8,000 (Rupees Eight Thousand only) which will be credited to the beneficiary’s account as a onetime grant. This will be credited on furnishing of the course completion certificate.

 

  1. Bank Clerks, Regional Rural Bank Exams and Staff Selection Commission exams – Rs 15,000 (Rupees Fifteen Thousand Only) which will be towards –
  • Financial Assistance would be provided for training with coaching fees up to Rs 7,000 (Rupees Seven Thousand only) which will be credited directly to the institute’s account.
  • Financial Assistance towards books, stationary, boarding and lodging expenses – Rs 8,000 (Rupees Eight Thousand only) which will be credited to the beneficiary’s account as a onetime grant. This will be credited on furnishing of the course completion certificate.

 

  1. The corporation would initiate an “Andhra Super 100” initiative in partnership with the Centre for Social Responsibility and Leadership, Delhi for IIT aspirants from Kapu Community of Andhra Pradesh. The detailed guidelines for the schemes will be issued in course of time.
  2. Financial Assistance will be provided for the GRE/ GMAT/ TOEFL/ IELTS coaching in form of actual course fees, which will be remitted to the institutes. The corporation would empanel coaching institutes of excellence imparting such coaching and subsidize the coaching fees for eligible students. The detailed guidelines for the schemes will be issued in course of time

 

  1. The corporation would empanel coaching institutes of excellence imparting GATE and IES coaching and subsidize the coaching fees for eligible students. The detailed guidelines for the schemes will be issued in course of time

 

  1. The corporation would empanel coaching institutes of excellence imparting Chartered Accountancy coaching and subsidize the coaching fees for eligible students. The detailed guidelines for the schemes will be issued in course of time.

 

ELIGIBILITY

 

  • The applicant should belong to Kapu community i.e. the Kapu, Balija, Telaga and Ontari sub-castes.
  • The parents of the applicant must be residing in Andhra Pradesh.
  • The annual income limit of the parents will be Rs 600,000 (Rupees Six Lakh Only) or below. Students from white ration holding families alone will be eligible for the “Andhra Super 100” initiative.
  • The applicant should be between the ages of 20 to 30 years of age as of while applying.
  • The applicant should not have availed himself/herself of any amount under any other Government scheme for the same purpose.

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

 

  • The notification would be released on June 2016.
  • Eligible candidates should fill their application online at APSKWDCL website in the prescribed format..
  • Applicant should upload the scanned copies (in PDF format of min 50 KB and max 150 KB size each) ) of the self attested copy of the following documents:
  1. Income certificate
  2. Aadhar Cards of the applicant.
  3. Caste certificate issued by competent authority.
  4. Date of birth proof. (SSC Certificate)
  5. Graduate degree mark sheet
  6. Passbook details of Savings Bank Account in any nationalized Bank. (account must be in the name of applicant)
  7. Passport size photograph (in JPEG format up to 50 KB size).

 

SELECTION AND SCHEME EXECUTION PROCESS

 

  1. UPSC COACHING

 

  • The corporation would empanel institutes of excellence from across the country for UPSC coaching for entrance exams.
  • An Entrance exam will be conducted for selection of students by JNTU Kakinada in the month of July at Vijayawada, Tirupati, Vishakhapatnam, Kakinada, Kurnool and Hyderabad.
  • Students may choose institutions for coaching based on their performance in the entrance exam.
  • Candidates will be allotted to institutes as per their 1st preference without fixing any ceiling limit to the institutes.
  • 33% of the awards shall be earmarked for Women Candidates (if adequate number of eligible women candidates are not available then Male candidates may be selected against this 33%).
  • 3% of the awards shall be earmarked for Specially Abled Candidates (if adequate numbers of eligible Specially Abled candidates are not available then other eligible candidates may be selected against this 3%).
  • A waiting list of 10% of total number of scholarships candidates (i.e. 40 numbers) will be maintained.
  • 50% of the fee will be paid to the institutes on receiving report from the institutes on the number of candidates reported and also satisfactory report from authorized representative of the Corporation.
  • Balance 50% will be paid only in respect of the candidates who have put in at least 90% attendance for the entire duration of the course provided the coaching and infrastructure is satisfactory and it will be paid at the end of 9 months period, on receipt of the attendance and other reports.
  • A volunteer would be selected from among the beneficiaries in each institute who would upload the student attendances to the corporation website every month.
  • Financial Assistance towards books, study material, boarding and lodging expenses of – Rs 10,000 (Rupees Ten Thousand only) which will be credited to the beneficiary’s account every month for 9 months. This will be on the student achieving 90% attendance in the respective month.
  • 2000 (Rupees Two thousand only) per student will be paid as a onetime TA (to & fro) for the entire course duration for the Civil Services coaching on the completion of the course and receiving of the course completion certificate.
  • The State Level Committee is authorised to make exceptions in the eligibility/selection process and their decision will be final.

 

  1. BANKING AND OTHER ELIGIBLE EXAMINATIONS COACHING

 

  • The corporation would empanel institutes of excellence from across the country for coaching for various entrance exams.
  • The information of applicants for different examination coaching will be used to short list eligible candidates.
  • Candidates will be allotted to institutes as per their 1st preference without fixing any ceiling limit to the institutes.
  • 50% of the fee will be paid to the institutes on receiving report from the institutes on the number of candidates reported and also satisfactory report from authorized representative of the Corporation.
  • Balance 50% will be paid on furnishing of the course completion certificate.
  • Financial Assistance towards books, study material boarding and lodging expenses of Rs 8,000 (Rupees Eight Thousand only) will be credited to the beneficiary’s account on furnishing of the course completion certificate.
  • The State Level Committee is authorised to make exceptions in the eligibility/selection process and their decision will be final.

 

  1. IIT COACHING

 

The eligibility, application procedure, selection and scheme execution process for the “Andhra Super 100” will be issued in due course of time

 

  1. GRE/GMAT/TOEFL/IELTS COACHING

 

  • The corporation shall empanel the institutes of excellence imparting these coaching.
  • Notification calling for applications from desirous students shall be issued twice in a year, June and October of the year mentioning the institutes selected and courses offered.
  • The interested students shall apply online by June 30th of the year for the 1st session and by October 30th of the year for the 2nd session, in a prescribed application form indicating his preference for the institute in which he wants to undergo training.
  • The course for the 1st session shall commence from July 1st of the year and the 2nd session shall commence from November 1st of the year
  • Candidates need to apply to the scheme mentioning their interested examination and their institute of choice
  • Candidates shall be allotted to institutes as per their 1st preference without fixing any ceiling limit to the institutes.
  • Institutes shall report to the corporation on the number of candidates reported for their coaching.
  • 50% of the fee will be paid to the institutes on completion of 50 hours of coaching and also satisfactory report from authorized representative of the Corporation.
  • Balance 50% will be paid on furnishing of the course completion certificate.

 

  1. GATE/IES

 

The eligibility, application procedure, selection and scheme execution process for the GATE/IES coaching will be issued in due course of time

 

  1. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANCY

 

The eligibility, application procedure, selection and scheme execution process for the Chartered accountancy coaching will be issued in due course of time

 

COMMITTEE

 

  • The State Level Committee will consist of the following members-

 

Principal Secretary, BC Welfare Chairman
Secretary, AP State Council of Higher Education Member
Commissioner , Technical Education Member
Managing Director, BC Corporation Member
Vice-Chancellor, JNTU Kakinada Member
Convenor, SLBC Member
Managing Director, Kapu Corporation Convenor

 

  • For empanelling coaching institutes of excellence, an Expression of Interest will be put up and The State Level Committee will select the partner institutes.

 

CONTACT

 

  • For any clarifications or difficulties in applying for the program, applicants can contact Executive Director/ Project Director of BC Corporation/ Kapu Corporation or the APSKWDCL helpline.

 

  1. STUDENTS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME (2016-17)

 

BACKGROUND

 

Andhra Pradesh State Kapu Welfare and Development Corporation Limited (APSKWDCL), a Government of Andhra Pradesh undertaking is introducing the “Students Scholarship Programme (2016-17)” for the economically weak Kapu students in Andhra Pradesh. Under this scheme, a financial assistance shall be granted to the students on saturation basis. This assistance shall be given for living expenses, purchase of books, educational materials, other incidental expenses, etc.

 

OBJECTIVE

 

The scheme targets to encourage economically weak Kapu students to pursue education at various levels.

 


 

SCOPE

 

This scheme is applicable to students from economically weak families of Kapu Community of Andhra Pradesh, who are studying various levels of course in the state in the Academic Year 2016-17.

 

ELIGIBILITY

 

  1. The student and his/her parents should belong to Kapu community i.e. the Kapu, Balija, Telaga and Ontari sub-castes.
  2. The student should belong to a family with income of Rs 100,000 (Rupees One Lakh Only) and below.
  3. The student must be studying inside Andhra Pradesh.
  4. Students in Post Matric Courses approved by the concerned University/Board having duration of 1 year and above are eligible for this scholarship.
  5. The eligible courses can be grouped into:

Group-I : Professional Courses (Degree and PG Courses in Medicine, Engineering, Technology, Management, Agriculture, Veterinary and Allied Sciences, Business Finance, Business administration and Computer Applications/ Science, Commercial pilot License course)

     Group-II : Other professional and technical graduate and PG including (M.Phil, PhD and post doctoral research) level courses not covered in Group-I. C.A./I.C.W.A./C.S./ etc., courses, all post graduate, graduate level diploma courses, all certificate level courses.

Group-III: Degree courses (not covered in group I & II), NIFT (National Institute of

Fashion Technology) courses

Group-IV: Intermediate, Polytechnic, ITI/ITCs, Vocational courses (Intermediate level)

  • Scholarships are not awarded for training courses like Aircraft Maintenance Engineer’s Courses, Private Pilot license Courses, Courses at Pre-examination Training Centres of all India and State levels.
  • The scholarship for students in the different groups of courses shall be a total as indicated below, and shall be dispersed to the beneficiary’s account based on meeting minimum attendance requirement-

 

Group Courses Scholarship for 10 months (in Rs)
Group-I Engg., Medicine, MBA, MCA, CPL 10,000
Group-II PG, M Phil, PhD, CA, GNM 10,000
Group-III Degree 6,000
Group-IV Intermediate, Polytechnic, ITI, Vocational, MPHW 6,000

 

  • Eligible Colleges: All Post Matric Colleges in Andhra Pradesh recognized by Government of Andhra Pradesh/Competent Authority.
  1. Students should have an attendance of at least 75% at the end of each month.
  2. The student should not have availed himself/herself any amount under any other Government scheme for the same purpose for the same academic year.

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

 

  • The notification would be released and circulated to all post matric colleges in the state in June 2016 to inform thw students from the community about the scheme.
  • Eligible candidates should fill their application online at the APSKWCL website in the prescribed format.
  • Candidates should provide their email id and mobile number of their parents/guardians during registering for the scheme.
  • Applicant should upload the scanned copies (in PDF format of min 50 KB and max 150 KB size each) of the self attested copy of the following documents:
  1. Income Certificate for the student’s family.
  2. Aadhar Cards of the student and both parents/ parent (in case of single parent)/ guardian (in case of orphan).
  3. Caste certificate issued by competent authority.
  4. Passbook details of Savings Bank Account in any Nationalized Bank (account must be in the name of applicant).
  5. Passport size photograph (in JPEG format upto 50 KB size).
  6. Study certificate from the College/Institution of study for Academic year 2016-17.

SCHEME EXECUTION PROCESS

 

  • Students shall apply online within one month from the date of admission.
  • The Principal should issue Bona fide certificate which shall be scanned and uploaded by the student along with the application.
  • Scrutinising of applicants shall be done based on the online application data.
  • A list of scrutinised candidates shall be shared with the respective college.
  • A poorest of poor volunteer shall be selected by the college to upload the monthly attendance statements, attested by the department, to the corporation website. He/she shall be remunerated an amount of Rs 2,000 (Rupees Two Thousand Only) for the academic year for uploading of the monthly attendance statements throughout the year.
  • Any student not achieving a minimum of 75% attendance for consecutive 3 months shall be delisted from the scheme.
  • The grant for the student shall be credited evenly spread over the period of 10 months in monthly basis.
  • The State Level Committee is authorised to make exceptions in the eligibility/selection process and their decision shall be final.
  • Any false information in the application, if identified, shall be shared with the college and disciplinary action would be taken against the student.

 

COMMITTEE

 

  • The State Level Committee shall consist of the following members-
Principal Secretary, BC Welfare Chairman
Secretary, AP State Council of Higher Education Member
Commissioner , Technical Education Member
Commissioner , Intermediate Education Member
Director, BC Welfare Member
Managing Director, Kapu Corporation Convenor

CONTACT

  • For any clarifications or difficulties in applying for the program, applicants can contact Executive Director/ Project Director of BC Corporation/Kapu Corporation or the APSKWDCL helpline.
  1. SKILL DEVELOPMENT SCHEME BACKGROUND

Andhra Pradesh State Kapu Welfare and Development Corporation Limited (APSKWDCL), a Government of Andhra Pradesh undertaking, is introducing the “Skill Development Scheme” for students from Kapu Community of Andhra Pradesh who are in their final/pre final year or are recent graduates/post graduates. Under this scheme, a financial assistance shall be granted to the selected applicants through the prescribed process. This assistance shall be for skill development programs in various areas of expertise leading to their placements.

OBJECTIVE

The scheme aims at enhancing the skills of students from Kapu families to aid in their placements.

SCOPE 

  • This scheme is applicable for students who are in their final/pre final year or are recent graduates/post graduates with degrees like B.Tech, MCA, B.Sc, B.Com, etc, and other members from Kapu Community of Andhra Pradesh who are unemployed.
  • The scheme would link these youth to skill development training programs in various fields of expertise through identified Training Partners or through the Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation.
  • The target of these skill development training programs shall be to hone the job skills of the candidate, thus aiding in their placement or self employment post these trainings.
  • The identified institutes and options for the 100% placement guaranteed training programs include –

 

SN Organisation Course

Details

Duration

(in Months)

Course Fees#

(in Rs)

Corporation Share*

(in Rs)

No. of Beneficiaries
1 Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation All courses of the APSSDC shall be taken up by the APSKWDCL Depend-ing on the program Depending on the program Depending on the program Depending on the program
2 HCL Talent Care Young Engineer Program (IT) 6 259,000 1,81,300 1000
Young Graduate Program (IT) 6 201,750 1,41,225
Young Graduate Program (Banking) 1 67,250 47,075
3 NIIT – Institute of Finance Banking and Insurance Post Graduate Diploma in Banking Operations 6 91,600 64,120 500
Post Graduate Diploma in Banking Plus 4 91,600 64,120 500
4 Jet King Masters in Network Administration 5 44,960** 31,472 500
Smart Grad Training Program 6 46,400** 32,480
5 Unnati Unnati Training Program 2 22,000** 15,400 200
6 International  Academy of Computer Graphics Finishing School Diploma in Multimedia 6 100,000 70,000 240
Diploma in Advanced Multimedia 8 125,000 87,500 240
7 Zoom Technologies Zoom Certified Network and Cloud Expert 4 51,525 36,068 100

# Inclusive of Service Taxes , where applicable

**Service tax not applicable

*Expenditures beyond the corporation share shall be borne by the beneficiary through his own finances or through bank loans.

 

  • Rs 5000 (Rupees Five Thousand only) shall be granted to each student per month (if not included in the coaching centre fees), credited to their bank accounts bi-monthly) as lodging and boarding expenses. (Based on 85% attendance and course completion) for the ones participating in the placement guaranteed training programs.
  • The corporation would explore other placement guaranteed training programs and training partners in due course of time.
  • The corporation would explore other short term skill development programs and training partners in due course of time.
  • The Corporation would tie up with programs like Mission for Elimination of Poverty in Urban Areas (MEPMA), Employment Generation and Market Mission (EGMM), etc for skill development training in areas like tailoring, surface ornamentation, etc for women from the community. Through such programs 15,000 women beneficiaries shall be targeted. Up to Rs 12,000 (Rupees Twelve Thousand Only) shall be allocated per beneficiary for such program.
  • Corporation would tie up with placement institutes and agencies for facilitating placements of eligible students, career counselling, guiding the students in preparing of job applications and interviews, etc.
  • For all training programs biometric attendance linked to payments shall be a compulsory requirement. CCTV monitoring shall be followed wherever possible.

 

ELIGIBILITY

 

  • The applicant should belong to Kapu community i.e. the Kapu, Balija, Telaga and Ontari sub-castes.
  • The student and his/her parents must be residents of Andhra Pradesh.
  • The student should belong to a family with income of Rs 600,000 (Rupees Six Lakh Only) and below, to be eligible for placement guaranteed training programs. Eligibility for non placement guaranteed programs shall be White Ration Card holding.
  • To be eligible for placement guaranteed training programs, the applicant should have
    1. Completed his graduate/post graduate degree in the Academic Years 2014-15/2015-16, or
    2. Be in Pre Final/Final year of the graduate/post graduate education in the Academic Year 2016-17, in any college in Andhra Pradesh.
  • The applicant should have passed his SSC or Intermediate from Andhra Pradesh.
  • To be eligible for placement guaranteed training programs, the applicant should be unemployed with no job offer in hand.
  • The applicant should not have availed himself/herself of any amount under any other Government scheme for placement guaranteed training programs.

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

 

  • The notification would be released in June 2016.
  • Eligible candidates should fill their application online at the APSKWDCL website in the prescribed format.
  • Applicant should upload the scanned copies (in PDF format of min 50 KB and max 150 KB size each) ) of the self attested copy of the following documents:
  1. Income certificate (for placement guaranteed training programs) or White Ration Card (for other skill development programs)
  2. Aadhar Cards of the applicant.
  3. Caste certificate issued by competent authority.
  4. Date of birth proof.
  5. SSC, Intermediate and Graduate mark sheets for applicants of placement guaranteed training program.
  6. Post Graduate degree mark sheet (if available) for applicants of placement guaranteed training program.
  7. If in pre-final or final year of education, certificate from the college indicating the expected academic year of passing the degree.
  8. Passbook details of Savings Bank Account in any Nationalised Bank (account must be in the name of applicant).
  9. Self declaration letter of being unemployed for applicants for placement guaranteed training program.
  10. Passport size photograph (in JPEG format upto 50 KB size).
  11. Biodata of the student.

 

SELECTION AND SCHEME EXECUTION PROCESS

 

  • The corporation shall tie up with Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation Ltd (APSSDC) and empanelled institutes of excellence from across the country for skill training programs.
  • A database of the students shall be created based on the uploaded applications.
  • Students shall enrol in the APSSDC training programs based on their educational background and interests.
  • For placement guaranteed training programs through empanelled training partners, students shall be selected through selection criteria as laid down by individual institutes.
  • Financial Assistance shall be provided in form of training fees credited directly to APSSDC or to the empanelled partners.
  • Rs 5000 (Rupees Five Thousand only) shall be granted to each student per month (if not included in the coaching centre fees), credited to their bank accounts bi-monthly (and the last instalment shall be paid on uploading of course completion certificate by the student) as lodging and boarding expenses. This shall be based on 85% attendance and course completion.
  • Biometric attendances of the students shall be uploaded by the empanelled institutes for monitoring by the corporation.
  • A database of the successfully placed candidates shall be maintained by the corporation.
  • Detailed guidelines shall be issued after signing of MOUs with individual institutes.
  • For other unemployed youth, Job Melas and training programs shall be conducted from time to time with tie up with training partners.
  • Career counselling and placement facilitation shall be conducted for the eligible youth through the empanelled placement institutes and agencies.
  • The State Level Committee is authorised to make exceptions in the eligibility/selection process and their decision shall be final.

 

COMMITTEE

 

  • The State Level Committee shall consist of the following members-

 

Principal Secretary, BC Welfare Chairman
Secretary, AP State Council of Higher Education Member
Commissioner , Technical Education Member
Managing Director, BC Corporation Member
Director, AP State Skill Development Corporation Member
Managing Director, Kapu Corporation Convenor

 

CONTACT

 

  • For any clarifications or difficulties in applying for the program, applicants can contact the Executive Director/ Project Director of BC Corporation/Kapu Corporation or the APSKWDCL helpline.

 

  1. SETTING UP OF CHANDRANNA KAPU BHAWAN

 

BACKGROUND

 

Andhra Pradesh State Kapu Welfare and Development Corporation Limited (APSKWDCL), a Government of Andhra Pradesh undertaking, is proposing setting up of “Kapu Bhawan” across selected locations in the state, for the utilization by Kapu Community of Andhra Pradesh. These bhawans shall have function halls for multipurpose usage and hostels to be used by students from economically weak white ration card holding families of the community.

 

OBJECTIVE

 

This scheme aims at providing a platform of interaction and support for the needy in the Kapu community.

 

SCOPE

 

These Bhawans shall be used by members of the Kapu Community.

 

MODALITIES

 

  • In the first phase of the Scheme, 5 Kapu Bhawans shall be setup by the Corporation at locations selected by the government.
  • Minimum of 2 acres of land shall be identified and provided by the government for each of the Kapu Bhawans.
  • Rs 2 Crore shall be allocated to each Kapu Bhawan, which shall be transferred to the “Kapu Welfare Endowment Fund” for the purpose of building the Bhawans.
  • Through the “Kapu Welfare Endowment Fund”, donors shall be encouraged to donate for development of Kapu Bhawans, and donors donating more than Rs 100,000 (Rupees One Lakh Only) for contribution towards a room in the Kapu Bhawan in a particular location shall have an option to have a room named after him in the said Kapu Bhawan.
  • Donors donating more than Rs 5,000,000 (Rupees Fifty Lakh Only) for contribution towards a Kapu Bhawan in a particular location shall have an option to have the Kapu Bhawan named after him
  • Donors will have an option to donate land not less than 1 acre in identified cities for the building of Kapu Bhawans. Such donors will have an option to have the Kapu Bhawan named after him.
  • Members of the community can utilize the multipurpose hall of the Kapu Bhawans for celebrations like Marriages and other community events on chargeable basis.
  • Students enrolled in fulltime courses from white ration card holding families can apply for boarding at the Kapu Bhawan hostel through the online application.
  • The boarding for selected students shall be without any charges.

ADMINISTRATION

  • Executive Director/ Project Director of BC Corporation/ Kapu Corporation shall be responsible for the maintenance and running of the Kapu Bhawans.
  • The APSKWDCL board shall oversee the working of the Kapu Bhawans.

 

CONTACT

 

  • For any clarifications or difficulties in applying for the program, applicants can contact Executive Director/ Project Director of BC Corporation/ Kapu Corporation or the APSKWDCL helpline.

 

  1. KAPU WELFARE ENDOWMENT FUND SCHEME BACKGROUND

 

Andhra Pradesh State Kapu Welfare and Development Corporation Limited (APSKWDCL), a Government of Andhra Pradesh undertaking, is introducing the “Kapu Welfare Endowment Fund Scheme” for the Kapu Community of Andhra Pradesh. Under this fund, philanthropic individuals who wish to contribute towards the welfare of Kapu community can donate one time or multiple times over a period. This fund shall be utilized in the welfare schemes of the corporation and the donor shall have an option to identify the scheme he wishes to donate for. All donors shall be acknowledged by the corporation for their contribution.

OBJECTIVE

The scheme aims at encouraging benevolent individuals from across the globe for contributing towards the upliftment of Kapu community

SCOPE

This scheme is applicable for donors from across the globe.

MODALITIES

  • APSKWDCL shall setup a Kapu Welfare Endowment Fund to receive donations through this scheme.
  • APSKWDCL shall call for donations from benevolent individuals for the welfare of deserving persons in the community, which can be through Cheque/Demand Draft/Online transfers.
  • The minimum amount of donation shall be Rs. 5,000 (Rupees Five Thousand Only)
  • The Donor can specify the specific scheme in the Corporation he would like to donate for – which can include development of Kapu Bhawans, Chandranna Vidhyonathi scheme and the Chandranna Videshi Vidya Deevena.
  • Donors donating more than Rs 100,000 (Rupee One Lakh Only) for contribution towards a room in Kapu Bhawan at a particular location shall have a choice to have their name written at an acknowledgement board in the said Kapu Bhawan.
  • Donors donating more than Rs 5,000,000 (Rupee Fifty Lakh Only) for contribution towards a Kapu Bhawan in a particular location shall have an option to have the Kapu Bhawan named after him.
  • The donations shall be received as part of “Kapu Welfare Endowment Fund”.
  • All donors shall receive an online acknowledgement of the donation made, to their email ids.
  • The corporation shall maintain the contact details of the Donors and reach out to them for their voluntary support for different areas of development of the Kapu community like Entrepreneurship development, MSME development, Education in India and Abroad, Preparation for competitive exams, Skill Development, etc.
  • All donations shall be enlisted online in the corporation website with the donor’s name and amount donated mentioned.

ADMINISTRATION

  • APSKWDCL shall be responsible for utilizing the “Kapu Welfare Endowment Fund”.
  • APSKWDCL shall send an annual progress report covering the details of the fund under “Kapu Welfare Endowment Fund” to all donors.

MODE OF DONATION

  • Cheque/DD may be drawn in favour of the corporation.
  • Online transfer may be done through the corporation online portal.

ADISORY COMMITTEE

  • An advisory committee constituting of retired bureaucrats, retired judges, etc as honorary members shall be formed to advise the corporation in the running of scheme.

CONTACT

  • For any clarifications or difficulties in applying for the program, applicants can contact Executive Director/ Project Director of BC Corporation/ Kapu Corporation or the APSKWDCL helpline.

About Pavan

Advocate, Journalist and Founder of Telangana Navanirmana Sena From Mahabubnagar,Telangana State, India Email Me — pavan@tgnns.com

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