BC reservations in Telangana extended for another ten years!

BC reservations in Telangana extended

BC reservations in Telangana extended for another ten years!

BC reservations in Telangana extended, The Telangana government on Friday issued orders extending the ten-year reservation in education and employment for backward classes in Telangana. He said the decision was taken for the progress and integrated development of BCs. The state government has stated that the orders will be in force from June 1 to May 31, 2031. It also ordered the continuation of the five-year age limit increase in government employment over the next ten years. Accordingly, it directed the government departments to relax all general, service, and special regulations. All branches are advised to strictly enforce these orders. At present 29 percent reservation for BCs is being implemented in Telangana.

In September 1970, following the recommendations of the KN Anantharaman Commission for the first time in the joint state of Andhra Pradesh, orders were issued granting ten years of reservation in BCs in education and employment. It has been going on since then. As the latest reservation deadline expires on May 31, the government has once again issued extension orders on the recommendations of the BC Commission Secretary.

The government has decided to extend reservations for BCs for another ten years in the fields of education and employment. BC Welfare Chief Secretary Venkatesam on Friday issued orders to this effect. Orders issued on May 1, 2011, extending BC reservations by ten years expire on May 31. The reservation was extended for another ten years. There were 112 BC castes in Telangana during the partition of the joint state. In August 2014 the orphans were added to the BC (A-Group) list. By September 2020, the number had risen to 130 with the inclusion of 17 species of nomadic species. Reservations for those social groups in the areas of education and employment will be implemented till May 31, 2031. Among the BCs, seven percent for BC-E, 10 percent for BC-B, one percent for BC-Seal, seven percent for BC-Deal, and 4 percent for BC-E are in force in the state.

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