अल्पसंख्यक कायय मंत्रालय
Ministry of Minority Affairs
स्थापपत : 29 जनवरी 2006
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Mandate of the
Ministry of Minority Affairs (MoMA)
• Vision:
 Socio-economic empowerment of Minorities to strengthen
India’s “Unity in Diversity”.
• Mission:
 Socio-economic development.
 Preserve Rich Heritage of Minority Communities under overall
concept of Indian Culture.
 Equal opportunities.
“सबका साथ, सबका पवकास”
• Focus:
 Any other issue related to Socio-religious communities and
Linguistic Minorities.
 Notified Minority Communities Buddhists, Parsis and Jains.
Muslims, Christians, Sikhs,
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Target Groups
• Population of Minorities in India:
Population as per
Sl.
Communities
2001 Census
No.
(in Crore)
1 All India
Religious Communities:
1 Muslims
2 Christians
3 Sikhs
4 Buddhists
5 Parsis
6 Jains
Total
%age
102.86 100
13.82 13.4
2.41 2.3
1.92 1.9
0.80 0.8
0.007 0.006
0.42 0.4
19.38 18.81
Estimated
population as per
2011 Census
(in Crore)
121.02
16.22
2.78
2.30
0.97
0.007
0.48
22.76
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Resources
Plan-wise Gross Budgetary Support (in Crore)
17323
20000
15000
10000
7500
5000
0
11th Plan
*11th Plan (2007-12); 12th Plan (2012-17)
12th Plan
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Chronological Evolution of Instruments/Institutions
 For All Minority Communities:
1957
Commissioner for Linguistic Minorities (CLM)
1989
Maulana Azad Education Foundation (MAEF)
1992
National Commission for Minorities (NCM)
1994
National Minorities Development & Finance Corporation
(NMDFC)
 Muslim specific:
1955
Durgah Khwaja Saheb Act
1964
Central Waqf Council (CWC)
2013
National Waqf Development Corporation (NAWADCO)
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Schemes/ Programmes of the Ministry
• Educational Empowerment:
 Pre-Matric
 Post matric
 Merit-cum –Means
 Maulana Azad National Fellowship
 “Naya Savera” - Free Coaching and Allied Scheme
 Padho Pardesh – Interest Subsidy for Overseas Studies.
 “Nayi Udaan” - Financial Support to minority
candidates for clearing Prelims of Civil Services Exams
etc.
 Infrastructure Development for Education under “Jan
Vikas Karyakram (MsDP)”.
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Schemes/Programmes …. Contd.
• Economic Empowerment:
 “Seekho aur Kamao”, the Skill Development Initiative.
 Skill Development under “Jan Vikas Karyakram (MsDP)”.
 Loan Schemes of NMDFC.
 Commercial Development of Waqf Lands by NAWADCO.
• Social Empowerment:
 “Nai Roshni” – Leadership Development of Minority
Women.
 “Jiyo Parsi” – Containing Population decline of Parsis in
India.
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Major Achievements
• Scholarships – Awarded to 3.22 Crore students since 2007-08 till
date (All minorities).
• Multi-sectoral Development Program (MsDP - 2008-09
date)- All minorities:
ITIs
Polytechnics
New school building
Additional classrooms
Hostels
till
: 117
: 44
: 1092
: 20756
: 645
• Seekho aur Kamao, the Skill Development Initiative:
2013-14: 20,164 Minority Youths
2014-15: 1,01,094 Minority Youths (including MsDP)
• Loan disbursed by NMDFC since inception:
Rs. 2703 crore to 10.06 lakh minority beneficiaries.
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Major Achievements…contd.
No. of Scholarships awarded (in Lakh)
87.85
90.00
72.61
80.00
70.00
62.73
60.00
49.88
50.00
40.00
30.00
21.30
20.00
10.00
7.09
0.42
0.00
2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14
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New
Initiatives and Achievements
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Priority Agenda of the Government
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USTTAD
Upgrading the Skills and Training in Traditional Arts/Crafts for Development
• Announced in Budget Speech by Finance Minister on 10th July 2014.
• New Scheme “Upgradation of the Skill and Training in Traditional
Arts/ Crafts for Development (USTTAD)” approved.
• Traditional Trades - Community specific .
• Funds required – Rs. 95.00 Crore for remaining period of 12th Plan.
• 4 (Four) Components:
 Up-gradation of Skills and Training in Traditional Arts/Crafts
through Institutions.
 USTTAD Fellowship for Research and Development.
 Support to Craft museum for curating traditional arts/ crafts.
 Support to minority craftsmen/artisans for marketing
Nationally/ Internationally through Export Promotion Councils.
• Scheme to be operationalized in 2014-15.
• 2600 minority youths will be trained in 2014-15.
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Cyber Gram Yojana
• “Cyber Gram Yojana” a new component of Multi-sectoral
Development Programme (MsDP) approved and guidelines
issued.
• Initiative to impart Digital Literacy to the minority students of
Madarsas and Schools.
• Training will enable children to use ICT (Information and
Communication Technology) in different walks of life as well as
Government services.
• In partnership with:
 Common Service Centre e-Governance Services India
Limited, a body of Department of Electronics &
Information Technology.
• It will be implemented in 710 blocks and 66 towns.
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Nai Manzil
• New Scheme “Nai Manzil” to be launched in current financial year.
– To mainstream Madarsa students through bridge course with the
help of reputed Academic Institutions.
– To be implemented by Maulana Azad Education Foundation
(MAEF).
– Following Five Institutions have been selected to provide bridge
course to 3000 students :
 Aligarh Muslim university (AMU)
 Jamia Milia Islamia University
 National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS)
 Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU)
 Maula Azad National Urdu University (MANUU)
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Khwaja Garib Nawaz Senior Secondary School
• Khwaza Garib Nawaz Senior Secondary School, a Residential
School to be established at Ajmer, Rajasthan.
• Project taken up by Maulana Azad Education Foundation
(MAEF).
• The School to have facilities for educational and economic
empowerment through skills .
• Land given by Dargah Committee, Ajmer.
• Foundation Stone to be laid in current financial year.
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Projects by National Waqf Development
Corporation (NAWADCO)
• NAWADCO to launch commercially viable projects on Waqf lands to
generate additional revenue for minority welfare programmes.
• NAWADCO creating a land bank in association with State Waqf
Boards;
• A commercial complex cum hospital at Jodhpur (Rajasthan) to be
constructed; work to start during current financial year.
• MoU signed between NAWADCO and NBCC on 8th September 2014.
• Other Properties identified by NAWADCO to develop income
generating projects;

Bengaluru - 7

Delhi - 1

Bhopal - 4
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Hamari Dharohar
• A scheme to Preserve Rich Heritage of Minority Communities of
India under the Overall Concept of Indian Culture.
• Objectives:
 To curate rich heritage of minorities.
 Maintenance and restoration of heritage sites.
 Digitization of archives.
 Preservation and promotion of Languages.
 Research and Development.
• Memorandum for Standing Finance Committee (SFC) circulated
for Inter-ministerial consultation.
• To be operated during current financial year.
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Skill Development
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In-tune with National Priority, Skill Development is a priority
of the Ministry.
Placement linked Skill Training of 1,00,000 minority youths
sanctioned.
Taken up under “Seekho Aur Kamao” Scheme and Multisectoral Development Programme (MsDP).
Skill training institutions to ensure 75% placement of trained
youths under this scheme.
Training of 95,824 minority youths sanctioned under MsDP in
Uttar Pradesh (34,804) and West Bengal (61,020).
Training of 4,270 minority youths sanctioned under Seekho
Aur Kamao in 21 different States.
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“Naya Savera” - Free Coaching for Engineering and
Medical Examination
• Coaching for focused preparation of minority students of
classes XI and XII with science subjects.
• Financial assistance - Rs. 1.00 Lakh per student per annum.
• Coaching of 1150 students sanctioned; West Bengal (150); Tamil
Nadu (100); Telangana (200); Andhra Pradesh (100); Uttar
Pradesh (100); Maharashtra (100); Karnataka (200); Assam
(100); Kerala (100).
• Students to be selected on merit (76% or above marks).
• 12 Schools/ colleges in 9 States have been selected to conduct
the programme.
• 30% success rate to be ensured by the institutions selected for
the programme.
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Initiative for Sanitation
• In accordance with the Prime Minister’s call on
15th August, 2014 from Red Fort, the Ministry
decided to take up projects for:
Construction of Toilets for Girls and
Boys in Schools under “Jan Vikas
Karyakaram
(Multi-sectoral
Development Programme)”.
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New
Initiatives in Existing Schemes
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New Initiatives Taken in Existing Schemes
• Scholarships
Schemes re-engineered.
Simplified forms and procedures.
Affidavits discontinued.
Upgrading of Online Scholarship Management System
(OSMS) for Post matric and Merit-cum-Means (Uploading
facility started)
 Disbursal of Scholarship through Direct Benefit Transfer
(DBT) Mode for Post Matric and Merit-cum Means for all
the country.
Facilitation of DBT in consultation with State Governments
and Stakeholders.
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New Initiatives Taken in Existing Schemes…..contd.
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Multi-sectoral Development Programme (MsDP)
 The list of 710 Minority Concentration Blocks and 66 Towns
sent to Secretary (Department of Financial Services) with
request to focus on opening bank accounts.
• Ministry in tune with Government’s Priority i.e. Digitized India
and “Jan Dhan Yojana”, evolved Scholarship and MsDP schemes.
• Computerization of Waqf properties in advance stage and data
being uploaded on Waqf Management System of India (WAMSI).
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New Initiatives Taken in Existing Schemes…..contd.
• Revamping of Maulana Azad Education Foundation.
• Operationalization of “Padho Pardesh” scheme of interest
subsidy on educational loans for overseas studies.
• More focus on linking educational programmes with skill
Development Programmes.
• Feasibility Exploration of Overseas Employment of Skilled
Minority Youths.
• Examination of issues related to protection and commercial
development of land properties belonging to Parsis.
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“Nai Roshni”, Leadership Development Programme at Assam
2013-14
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Security Guard training programme under “Seekho aur Kamao”, Skill
Development Initiative of Minorities at Siliguri, West Bengal (2014-15).
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Stitching training for Industries by IL&FS at
Ludhiana, Punjab under “Seekho aur Kamao”
for 2013-14
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A minority girl trained in 2013-14, already employed at
Vardhaman – Nisshimbo at Ludhiana, Punjab
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Training of Mason during 2013-14 at Meghalaya under
“Seekho aur Kamao”
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Signing of MoU between NAWADCO and NBCC in presence of Hon’ble
Minister of Urban Development and Minister of Minority Affairs
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Minority Cyber Gram for Digital Literacy
District Alwar, Rajasthan (2013-14)
at Village Chandauli,
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Felicitation of successful minority candidates supported by Ministry
in 2013 in Civil Services Exams, 2013
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Thank You
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Outlay and Expenditure
• Outlay, and Expenditure so far (in Crore):
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Major Achievements
• Sachar Committee Recommendations (Nov. 2006):
76 Recommendations.
72 approved by Government – All under implementation.
• Focus:
Educational and Economic empowerment (All minorities).
Addressing development deficits through Multi-sectoral
Development Programme (All minorities).
Protection and Development of Waqf Properties.
• Means:
Ministry of Minority Affairs.
Prime Minister’s 15 Point Program.
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Prime Minister’s New 15 Point Program
• All minorities covered.
• 15% flow of targets/financial earmarking
schemes/programs of Government of India.
in
flagship
• 24 Schemes of 11 Ministries/Departments are covered.
• For expansion of basket, schemes of following Ministries
proposed for inclusion:
Health and Family Welfare (NRHM)
More schemes of M/o Human Resource Development
Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises
Labour and Employment
Rural Development (PMGSY)
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Major Achievements…contd.
• Scholarships – Awarded to 3.22 Crore students since 2007-08 till
date (All minorities).
• Multi-sectoral Development Program (MsDP - 2008-09
date)- All minorities:
ITIs
: 117
Polytechnics
: 44
New school building
: 1092
Additional classrooms : 20756
Hostels
: 645
till
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Major Achievements…contd.
No. of Scholarships awarded (in Lakh)
87.85
90.00
72.61
80.00
70.00
62.73
60.00
49.88
50.00
40.00
30.00
21.30
20.00
10.00
7.09
0.42
0.00
2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14
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