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Organisation : Karnataka Social Welfare Department
Service Name : SCSP TSP Moniotoring System
Applicable States/UTs : Karnataka
Website : https://sw.kar.nic.in/swscsp/SCSPTSPBEN/scsplogin.aspx
Karnataka SCSP TSP System
Karnataka Social Welfare Department, SCSP TSP Moniotoring System
How To Upload SCSP/TSP Beneficiary Application?
To Upload the SCSP/TSP Beneficiary application , follow the steps given below
1. Go to the Website of Commissionerate of Social Welfare www.sw.kar.nic.in
2. Click on SCSP TSP Website page
3. Enter user name and password Click on sign in button get Registration page.
4. Click on the updation button and select add beneficiary to Register for the Beneficiary registration process. Online application can be uploaded by District office/ Taluk or State.
5. Select financial year,sector,scheme,nature of benefit and enter cost of benefit.
6. Select Nature of benefit and enter cost of benefit.
7. Select CASTE,SUB CASTE ENTER Aadhar No.
8. Select Beneficiary Residential district,taluk ,address
9. Select Benefit given District,Taluk,GP,Hobli,Village
10. Enter Valid Caste RD Number and click on view button
11. Enter Valid Income RD Number and click on view button
12. Select Ration card District, Taluk and enter Ration card Number Click on proceed Button
13. Enter Beneficiary Name, father/Husband Name, mobile Number ,Date Of Birth And Select Caste, District,Taluk,Hobli,Vilage,MLA Constituency, MP Constituency
14. Enter caste certificate RD number.
15. Enter income certificate RD number.
16. Select District ,Taluk and Enter Ration card number
17. Enter Bank A/c details
18. Upload Beneficiary Photo.
19. Select department and financial year click on submit button
Help Line No:9480843005/080-22340956
About Karnataka Social Welfare Department:
The Constitution of India provides certain special Constitutional safeguards for the welfare of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes and other weaker sections of the population, so that they could take their rightful place in community.
As citizens of the Republic of India, they are fully entitled to certain rights and privileges, which were denied to them in the past on the ground of Caste system and the practice of Untouchability. Keeping in view, the Constitutional mandate,
The Government of Karnataka, through Social Welfare Department, formulated various programmes and schemes for the upliftment of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (hereafter mentioned as SC & ST) especially for their socio-economic and educational advancement from the year 1956 onwards.
Prior to 1956, Social Welfare Department was earlier called as the Depressed Classes Department. It was headed by the Commissioner for Depressed Classes along with an Additional Development Commissioner.
He was in charge of schemes meant for the SC/ST people, Denotified Tribes, Nomadic and Semi-nomadic Tribes and economically backward people. Prior to 1956, the officers at the district level were called as Depressed Class Officers.