Candidate applying under OBC quota has to satisfy the caste and creamy layer requirement details. National Commission for Backward Classes (NCBC) websites may be seen for reference :
Candidate applying under this OBC quota are to produce a Caste Certificate issued not before April 01, 2023 from the Competent Authority of the respective States/ Union Territories certifying that they don’t belong to the creamy layer. Failure to produce an appropriate certificate shall make the candidate ineligible.
The caste which is mentioned in the OBC document should find its mention in the central list of OBC available at the below mentioned links :
The candidate should possess an OBC (Non-Creamy) certificate issued in the name of the candidate and not in favour of the respective parent/guardian.
The OBC (Non-Creamy) certificate should clearly mention that the candidate belongs to the non-creamy layer.
Candidates belonging to the Creamy Layer of OBC are not entitled to apply under the reserved category OBC(NC) and will have to submit their application under General (Unreserved) category.
In case of married women applying to any course under reserved category, she has to produce the caste certificate in her own name. Certificate in the name of husband/mother/father is not acceptable.
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