The vision of ITDA is to promote socially, economically and politically inclusive and holistic growth of tribal communities.
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Main Ongoing Schemes of ITDA/ Welfare Department Under
|Scheme Name||About the Scheme|
|Pre matric Scholarship||Pre Matric Scholarship given to Class 1 to class 10 Government School or Government Aided School for Promote in Education of Poor Financial Category of ST, SC, OBC & Minority Community.|
|Post Matric Scholarship||Post Matric Scholarship given to Class XI to Higher for Promote in Education of Poor Financial Category of ST, SC, OBC & Minority Community.|
|Cycle Distribution Scheme||Cycle given to Class 8 Student of ST, SC, OBC & Minority Community.|
|ST/SC/OBC Medical Aid||Medical Aid Up to Rs. 10,000 given to ST, SC, And OBC Category for Better Health & treatment.|
|ST/SC Atrocity Act||The SC/ST Prevention of Atrocities Act protects them against discrimination and atrocities. However, the SC/ST act can never be called a successful legislation. Dalits and Tribals still face discrimination. On the other side, there is widespread concern over misuse of the provisions of the Act against innocent persons.|
|Forest Right Act||The Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act of 2006, also known as the Forest Rights Act, the Tribal Rights Act, the Tribal Bill and the Tribal Land Act, is pivotal legislation that governs and provisions for the legal rights of the forest-residing communities, particularly the indigenous Adivasi tribal community, over the territory and natural resources that they have been dispossessed of since the times of colonial imperialism of the British in India. Even after the independence of the country, it was observed that the forests were left at the whims and fancies of some government officials who commanded excessive power. Therefore, this act aims for the conservation of both the marginalized people and the forests they live in.|
|Sarna/Masna Boundry Wall||The Main Objective of this Scheme is to Protect/Safe Guard from animals and other activities.|
|Birsa Awash Scheme||Government Launched Birsa Awas Yojana Nirman Yojana at Jharkhand. Main objective of this scheme is to provide houses to primitive tribe of the state Keeping poor living condition of primitive tribal people in mind.|
|Minority Kabristan Boundry Wall||The Main Objective of this scheme is to provide safeguard of minority kabristan from Animals and other activities.|
|Kiyosk Nirman||To Improve Economic Conditions of Minority Communities|
|Ghumkudia House Nirman|
|PMJVK( MSDP) Schemes||Empowering the minority communities and creating an enabling environment for strengthening the multi-racial, multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, multi-lingual and multi-religious character of our nation.
To improve the socio-economic conditions of the minority communities through affirmative action and inclusive development so that every citizen has equal opportunity to participate actively in building a vibrant nation. To facilitate an equitable share for minority communities in education, employment, economic activities and to ensure their upliftment.
|02||Under Forest Right Act 2006 distributed land registered documents report||Click here|
|01||Administrative Guideline on Integrated Tribal Development Agency (ITDA), Jharkhand.||Click here|