Changing Mis-stated caste in records. How can we do it?
My caste is Bhavsar Kshatriya. Our mother tongue is Marathi, so people in our village call us Marathese. My father is uneducated so that while joining school he Mis-stated my caste as Marathi. Now that Marathi is considered as Maratha in my caste certificate which belongs to general. But my actual caste Bhavsar Kshatriya belongs to OBC 2A. Now I am studying BE 2nd year, allotted BE govt seat through General Merit(GM) in CET. Now how can I correct my Mis-stated caste Maratha( OBC 3B) as Bhavsar Kshatriya (OBC 2A)?
Does your father, brother, sister or of his/her blood relative from paternal side, if available have OBC certificate.
If any one of the relative have the said certificate, then you can apply for OBC certificate in your respective state.
You would have to file in the requisite form and submit following documents:
1. The idendtity proof PAN/PASSPORT/Driving Licence/Voters Card. The name of the applicant on the AADHAR card should match with Name of the Applicant.
2. Affidavit in prescribed Performa(Affidavit from the major if the children are bolow the 18 years).
3. The photograph of the applicant will be captured through web camera at the time of submission of application or at the time of verification. the Photograph of the applicant should match with photo of the applicant on the AADHAR.
Supporting document for the present residential proof like Voter Card, Electricity Bill, Water Bill, Telephone Bill etc.
4. A copy of OBC certificate of father, brother, sister or of his/her blood relative from paternal side, if available.
5. Two attestation by MP/MLA/Councillor/Gazetted Officers, declaring the caste of applicant and continuous stay in ___since 1993.
Supporting document of residential proof in ___ since 1993.
Family income proof(ITR/Salary Slip/Form-16 etc.)
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