Tuesday, 20 December 2011

How to get OBC - Non Creamy-Layer Certificate

OBC Non Creamy-Layer Certificate                           
Process to obtain Non-Creamy Layer/Caste Certificate (In Rural Area, In urban area the procedure is similar)

Option #1: Claim OBC Certificate and then Non Creamy-Layer Certificate

A) Get Documents From TALATHI Office (Village Administrative Officer)

Visit to local TALATHI office and get following two forms
§  Income form (Claim form for Income Certificate)
§  Domicile Form (Rahiwashi Dakhala) ( Claim Form for Domicile certificate From Talathi Office)
§  Fill the form and submit the same to TALATHI office along with following two document proofs. Get the stamp and signature on that Certificate. ( Domicile certificate - From Talathi Office , Income Certificate - From Talathi Office)

Document proof

§  Father’s/Mother’s income certificate from the office. (Father/Mother, whoever is the earning member of the family. This is used to show that your parents yearly income is less than 2.5 lkhs
§  Ration Card Xerox or Voting Card. This will provide proof that you are staying at the current residence
§  Using the signed and stamped certificates, visit TAHASILDAR office.

B) Get Forms From TAHASILDAR Office

§  Form to claim Caste Certificate. (OBC-Caste Certificate Claim Form)
§  Fill the form, attach Rs. 5 Stamp on it (Stamps are available in the TAHASILDAR office) and attach following documents
1.   Get the affidavit/Declaration form stamped from outside the Tahasildar office or prepare it yourself.
§  The form is been typed and stamped by the people sitting outside the Tahasildar office.
§  The affidavit contains your name, age, address along with the other information
§  The document also contain a Family tree - Containing the name of the Person who claims for the caste certificate, and other family members who have/has caste certificate
2.   Show the Original caste certificate(Attach Xerox of it), using which you are claiming your caste certificate (For e.g. If you are using your uncle’s caste certificate to get yours then display the original caste certificate of your uncle to Tahasildar office while submitting the form.)
§  Xerox of your Birth Certificate
§  Xerox of Ration Card or Domicile Certificate  (Rahiwashi Dakhala)
§  Xerox of School leaving certificate
Ideally it should take 15 days to get the caste certificate after submitting the form

c) Apply Non Creamy-Layer Certificate

§  Once the caste certificate is available, fill the Non Creamy-Layer form
§  Fill the form to claim Non Creamy-Layer certificate .(OBC-Creamy Layer Certificate Form)
§  Attach Rs. 5 Stamp on it (Stamps are available in the Tahasildar office) and submit the same along with the following documents
1. From Talathi office, get the Domicile certificate (Rahiwasi dakhalaa)
2. Get the Photograph done from Tahasildar office of a person who is claiming the Non-Creamy Layer certificate
Submit The form and get the certificate after 15 days
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Option #2: Claim Non Creamy-Layer Certificate

§  Get Documents From TALATHI Office (Same as #A)
§  Apply Non Creamy-Layer Certificate (Same as #C)
§  Get the form from TAHASILDAR Office: form to claim Non Creamy-Layer certificate.(OBC-Creamy Layer Certificate Form - Pg.1, Pg.2)
§  Attach Rs. 5 Stamp on it (Stamps are available in the Tahasildar office) and submit the same along with the following documentsa.
1.      From Talathi office, get the Domicile certificate (Rahiwasi dakhalaa)
2.      Get the Photograph done from Tahasildar office of a person who is claiming the Non-Creamy Layer certificate
Submit The form and get the Non Creamy-Layer Certificate after 15 days



3 comments:

  1. non domiciled

    Save thousands of pounds in tax by using your unique Non Domiciled tax status to pay no tax on your foreign income.A Non Domicile has very big UK tax advantages.

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  2. Procedure is okay... What is the bribe to be payed for each officers...?? Where can I find the list to be payed for bribe starting from peon...??

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  3. Should the parents income be less than 2.5lkhs or 4.5lkhs..??

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