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    When you are applying for a job through Andhra Pradesh PSC or admission to higher studies like Secondary / Higher Secondary / Graduation or PG etc., you can claim seats reserved under reservation categories mainly for those who comes under Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST). The list given here is for Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) in Andhra Pradesh and  must be referred when you fill-up the reservation category of the candidate for eligibility, there by you will be considered for reservation quota.

  • Last Updated: 2 days 9 hours ago

    Names of Socially And Educationally Backward Classes (SEBC) in Andhra Pradesh listed below considering for Andhra Pradesh PSC job selection, admission preference for higher studies in Andhra Pradesh, HSS, VHSS, ITI, Polytechnic, Medical, Engineering, Paramedicals etc. The list has been separately classified into 5 Groups: 

    1. Group-A Aboriginal Tribes, Vimuktha Jathis, Nomadic and Semi Nomadic Tribes etc.
    2. Group-B Vocational
    3. Group-C Scheduled Castes converts to Christianity and their progeny
    4. Group-D Other Classes
    5. Group-E Socially and Educationally Backward Classes of Muslims
  • Last Updated: 1 week ago

    Here is the detailed Instructions For Filling Online Application Form for Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) Registration as well as obtaining OCI-Card. An applicant has to accept all these points to proceed main registration form at the website: https://ociservices.gov.in/

  • Last Updated: 1 week ago

    Your credit is your responsibility for keeping a high CBIL Score. Ensure you continue to pay your EMI on time to maintain a high CIBIL Score. Your CIBIL Score, ranging from 300 to 900, is evidence of your credit worthiness and increases your chances to get a higher loan amount at a better interest rate in the future.

  • Last Updated: 1 week ago

    OCI Card Registration for Conversion of PIO Card to OCI Card is an online process. OCI Applicants who are having valid PIO Cards may apply from here. Only after complete successful registration, an applicant will be considered as an OCI Card Applicant (In Lieu of PIO-Card).

  • Last Updated: 1 week ago

    Here is the list of most wanted abbreviations / acronyms, important terms, and definitions related to NRI / PIO / OCI / OCB. If you find an important item is not listed, please add a comment with its highlights in the field.

  • Last Updated: 1 week ago

    Many nations permit their citizens to have more than one citizenship enhancing their socioeconomic integration. If you look at the Bible, St. Paul has dual citizenship, one from Tarsus and another from Rome (Acts 22:24-29). Owning second citizenship or multiple citizenship is a step towards more freedom that can give you more control and independence. But, the Indian Constitution does not allow dual or more citizenship to any person of any country.

  • Last Updated: 1 week 3 days ago

    Ordinary Non-Resident Rupee Accounts (NRO Accounts) are Rupee denominated non-repatriable accounts operated by an NRI /PIO and can be in the form of savings, current, recurring or fixed deposits. These accounts can be opened jointly with residents in India. When an Indian National / PIO resident in India leaves for taking up employment, etc. outside the country, other than Nepal or Bhutan his / her bank account in India gets designated as NRO account. 

  • Last Updated: 1 week 3 days ago

    NRE accounts are rupee denominated accounts operated by NRI and PIO. Accounts can be in the form of savings, current, recurring or fixed deposit accounts. Accounts can be opened by remittance of funds in free foreign exchange. Foreign exchange brought in legally, repatriable incomes of the account holder, etc. can be credited to the account. Joint operation with other NRI /PIO is permitted. Power of attorney can be granted to residents for operation of accounts for limited purposes.

  • Last Updated: 1 week 3 days ago

    Foreign Currency Non Resident (Banks) (FCNR (B)) account is a Fixed Deposit Account in India, that allows an NRI to save money earned overseas in Foreign Currency. FCNR Accounts are an investment option for NRI if they wish to retain their money in foreign currency and earn good returns at the same time. Since FCNR (B) accounts hold in foreign denomination, investor can be saved the risk of exchange rate fluctuations. This also ensures that they earn higher, risk-free returns.