ST List of Odisha 2022 | Scheduled Tribe List of Odisha

ST List of Odisha State 2022 can now be checked through online mode. Scheduled tribes of the Indian state of Odisha, as recognized by the Constitution of the Indian Republic; a total of 62 distinct tribes. The term “Scheduled Tribes” refers to specific indigenous peoples whose status is acknowledged to some formal degree by national legislation. 13 out of these 62 tribes include […]

St List Of Odisha

ST List of Odisha State 2022 can now be checked through online mode. Scheduled tribes of the Indian state of Odisha, as recognized by the Constitution of the Indian Republic; a total of 62 distinct tribes. The term “Scheduled Tribes” refers to specific indigenous peoples whose status is acknowledged to some formal degree by national legislation. 13 out of these 62 tribes include are known as “Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups” (PTGs). 

Officially known as “tribals” or “adibasi”, ST constitute more than 22.5% of the Odisha state’s total population (8,145,081 totally) and 9.7% of the nation’s total tribal population. The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes comprise about 16.6% and 8.6%, respectively, of total population of India (according to 2011 census).

Here is the list of List of Scheduled Tribes notified (after addition/deletion) as per the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Order, 1950 as amended by Modification Order, 1956, Amendment Act, 1976 and The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Order (Amendment) Act 2002 No. 10 dated 8.1.2003 of Ministry of Law & Justice republished by the Notification No. 7799/ L dated 7.6.2003 of Law Department, Govt. of Orissa.

ST List of Odisha 2022 – Scheduled Tribes in Odisha

ST list of Odisha is given below in this table:-

  1. Bagata (Bhakta)
  2. Baiga
  3. Banjara (Banjari)
  4. Bathudi (Bathuri)
  5. Bhottada (Dhotada, Bhotra, Bhatra, Bhattara, Bhotora, Bhatara)
  6. Bhuyan (Bhuinya)
  7. Bhumia
  8. Bhumij (Teli Bhumij, Haladipokhria Bhumij, Haladi Pokharia Bhumija, Desi Bhumij, Desia Bhumij, Tamaria Bhumij)
  9. Bhunjia
  10. Binjhal (Binjhwar)
  11. Binjhia (Binjhoa)
  12. Birhor (Mankidi, Mankirdia)
  13. Bondo Poraja (Bonda Paroja, Banda Paroja)
  14. Chenchu
  15. Dal
  16. Desua Bhumij
  17. Dharua (Dhuruba, Dhurva)
  18. Didayi (Didai Paroja, Didai)
  19. Gadaba (Bodo Gadaba, Gutob Gadaba, Kapu Gadaba, Ollara Gadaba, Parenga Gadaba, Sano Gadaba]
  20. Gandia
  21. Ghara
  22. Gond (Gondo, Rajgond, Maria Gond, Dhur Gond)
  23. Ho
  24. Holva
  25. Jatapu
  26. Juang
  27. Kandha (Khond, Kond, Nanguli Kandha, Sitha Kandha, Kondh, Kui, Buda Kondh, Bura Kandha, Desia Kandha, Dungaria Kondh, Kutia Kandha, Kandha Gauda, Muli Kondh, Malua Kondh, Pengo Kandha, Raja Kondh, Raj Khond)
  28. Kandha Gauda
  29. Kawar (Kanwar)
  30. Kharia (Kharian, Berga Kharia, Dhelki Kharia, Dudh Kharia, Erenga Kharia, Munda Kharia, Oraon Kharia, Khadia, Pahari Kharia)
  31. Kharwar
  32. Kisan (Nagesar, Nagesia)
  33. Kol
  34. Kolah (Loharas, Kol Loharas)
  35. Kolha
  36. Koli (Malhar)
  37. Kondadora
  38. Kora
  39. Korua
  40. Kotia
  41. Koya (Gumba Koya, Koitur Koya, Kamar Koya, Musara Koya)
  42. Kulis (Kuli)
  43. Lodha (Nodh, Nodha, Lodh)
  44. Madia
  45. Mahali
  46. Mankidi
  47. Mankirdia (Mankria, Mankidi)
  48. Matya (Matia)
  49. Mirdhas (Kuda, Koda, Mirdha)
  50. Munda (Munda Lohara, Munda Mahalis, Nagabanshi Munda, Odia Munda)
  51. Mundari
  52. Omanatya (Omanatyo, Amanatya)
  53. Oraon (Dhangar, Uran)
  54. Parenga
  55. Paroja (Parja, Bodo Paroja, Barong Jhodia Paroja, Chhelia Paroja, Jhodia Paroja, Konda Paroja, Paraja, Ponga Paroja, Sodia Paroja, Sano Paroja, Solia Paroja)
  56. Pentia
  57. Rajuar
  58. Santal
  59. Saora
  60. Shabar Lodha
  61. Sounti
  62. Tharua

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Articles in Indian Constitution for SC/ST upliftment :

  • Under Article 46 of the Indian Constitution, “The State shall promote with special care of the educational and economic interests of the weaker sections of the people, and, in particular, of the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes, and shall protect them from social injustice and all forms of exploitation.”
  • Under Article 17 of the Indian Constitution abolishes the un-touchability.
  • Under Article 15(4) of the Indian Constitution refers to the special provisions for their advancement.
  • Under Article 16(4A) of the Indian Constitution speaks of “reservation in matters of promotion to any class or classes of posts in the services under the State in favour of SCs/STs.
  • Under Article 338 of the Indian Constitution provides for a National Commission for the Scheduled Castes with duties to investigate and monitor all matters relating to safeguard provided to them, to inquire into specific complaints and to participate and advise on the planning process of their socio-economic development etc.
  • Article 330 and Article 332 of the Indian Constitution respectively provide for reservation of seats in favour of the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes in the House of the People and in the legislative assemblies of the States.
  • Under Part IX relating to the Panchayats and Part IXA of the Constitution relating to the Municipalities, reservation for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in local bodies has been envisaged and provided.

About SC & ST Development, Minorities & Backward Classes Welfare Department of Odisha – http://stscodisha.gov.in/Communities.asp?GL=abt&PL=3

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