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ಹೊಸದು ಏನು?

BANJARA KALA PRATHIBANVESHANE

Last Date for submitting application- 30-12-2017

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MD VISITS BANJARA COLONY,HUBLI

MD visits the banjara colony ,navanagar ,hubli to inspect the development of banjara colony.

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ABOUT MAKING A REVENUE VILLAGE

Visits the vijaypur on 21-08-2017.

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ನಮ್ಮ ಬಗ್ಗೆ

The Government of Karnataka vide its order No.SWD:35SDC:07, Bangalore dated 31.08.2007 has ordered to set up a new Company under the provisions of Companies Act 1956 for the development of Banjara community in Karnataka.

Karnataka Thanda Development Corporation Limited has been incorporated on 23.2.2009 under the Companies Act of 1956. It is a wholly owned by Government of Karnataka undertaking. The registered and corporate office of this organization is in Bangalore.This corporation is under the administrative control of Social Welfare department...

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ನಮ್ಮ ಗುರಿಗಳು

VISION OF THE CORPORATION

To develop basic infrastructure like weather approach roads, internal roads, drainage, housing and transportation and communication facilities , community centers, etc to thandas. And to provide and facilitate to provide civic amenities like drinking water, electricity, street lighting...

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MISSION OF THE CORPORATION

To provide necessary infrastructure for providing quality education to the thanda habitants by establishing mobile schools , part-time hostels and residential schools on the line of model Moorarji Desai/ Novodaya/Kittur Rani Chennamma/ Ekalavya/Ashram Shalas...

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OBJECTIVE OF THE CORPORATION

To renew, promote and strengthen the social institutions (mutts) existed over ages in thandas for administering their value system, social affairs in order to create proper awareness and to enhance the morals of the people living in thandas and to protect the banjara..

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ಪಟ್ಟಿಗಳು

ಅಧ್ಯಕ್ಷರ ಸಂದೇಶ

Sri. B.Balraj

CHAIRMAN

"Those who have reached main streame help your brothers and sisters and pull them along..."