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Full text of "The Ethnology Of Beda Badaga Jangam Caste In Andhra Pradesh"

regarded as scheduled castes for the purpose of the constitu-
tion.

The term scheduled castes literally connotes nothing more
than the two words convey independently ie., "SCHEDULED OF
CASTES" or the castes brought under a schedule. The words
that go to make the term if taken together are mute in nature.
Though this term has been used as a nomenclature in the present
constitution of Republic of India. It does not contain any definition
except the procedure under Article 341 of the constitution of In-
dia. The constitution also refrain strictly from equating the refer-
ence of the scheduled castes to the untouchable castes.
X. After the Re-organisation of the states in the year 1956 the
president promulgated the scheduled castes and scheduled
Tribes list (Modification) order 1956 including the Beda (Budaga)
Jangam for 9 districts in Andhra Pradesh, 5 districts in Maharastra
(Mumbai) and 3 districts in Mysore (Karnataka)
IX. THE GAZETTE OF INDIA EXTRAORDINARY :

PART-ll Section 3

Published By Authority

New Delhi, October 29,1956

SCHEDULED CASTES & SCHEDULED TRIBES LIST
(MODIFICATION) ORDER 1956

1.      Andhra Pradesh (Hyderabad), BEDA JANGAM, In the Dis-
tricts of: Adilabad, Hyderabad, Karimnagar, Mahaboobnagar,
Khammam, Medak, Nalgonda, Nlzamabad and WaragnaL

2.      Maharastra (Bombay) BEDA JANGAM, In the Districts of:
Aurangabad, Bhir, Nanded, Osmanabad and Parabhani.

3.      Mysore BEDA JANGAM In the Districts of: Bidar, Gulbarga
and Raichur.

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