SECC 2011 List will provide the details about the below poverty line families of rural and urban areas. Socio-Economic Caste Census 2011 provides the summary report of each household of the country State wise. If you are searching for the SECC 2011 List then stays with us because we will provide you complete detail about the Socio-Economic Caste Census 2011. The government of India has included the BPL Family under the SECC List as per their livelihood, annual income & all other factors. The beneficiaries of Socio-Economic Caste Census 2011 will enjoy a number of benefits served by Government of India.
Socio-Economic Caste Census 2011
The government of India has only released the SECC 2011 Summary Report there no process is yet available to check each family member name in the SECC 2011 List. You may only check SECC 2011 Summary report category wise, state wise & Zone wise. Under this report of SECC 2011 you will get the urban and rural areas summary report. In the below section we will provide you all direct links to the SECC 2011 Summary report. There is only one alternate method is available to check the SECC 2011 List. In the method, you have to visit on MGNREGA official website.
Download SECC 2011 List Through MGNREGA
You may only check those BPL families which have been covered for giving the benefits of MGNREGA. The SECC 2011 MGNREGA also don’t provide complete details of each family of the country. If you want to check SECC 2011 List through MGNREGA then click on the links provided in below section. Under the MGNREGA List, you will find the list district and block-wise with the name of the beneficiary.
About SECC 2011 List
|Scheme name||Socio Economic Caste Census 2011|
|Launched by||Government of India|
|Launched date||Year 2011|
|Ministry||Ministry of Rural Development|
|Objective||To provide benefits of government schemes|
|Category||Central government scheme|
History of SECC 2011
The Ministry of Rural Development Government of India commenced the Socio-Economic and Caste Census (SECC) 2011, in June 2011 through a comprehensive door to door enumeration across the country. This is the first time such a comprehensive exercise has been carried out for both rural and urban India. It is also expected to generate information on a large number of social and economic indicators relating to households across the country.
How to Check SECC 2011 List
- Those candidates who are searching for the SECC 2011 List may check only summary report on the official website of SECC-2011.
- We are providing you with all direct links in the below section.
- Click on the section such as category wise, state wise & Zone wise and choose your appropriate field then choose a state, district, block, village and in the last click on the submit button.
- We will provide you entire updated list as soon as Government of India will release SECC 2011 List Name wise of each family. Now you may check only all summary report.
Procedure to Check Socio-Economic Caste Census List
- To check the list you need to visit the link “click here”
- From the opened page you need to select “state”, “district”, “tehsil” and “gram panchayat”
- Now you need to submit the details by click “submit” option
- Now “name”, “gender”, “age”, “father name”, “total family members” and other details will appear in the list
- You can search your name in the list.
State-wise SECC List 2020
|Name of State||Total BPL Households||Link|
|Madhya Pradesh||1,47,23,864||Click here to check the list|
|Pondicherry||2,79,857||Click here to check the list|
|Jharkhand||60,41,931||Click here to check the list|
|Maharashtra||2,29,62,600||Click here to check the list|
|Odisha||99,42,101||Click here to check the list|
|Tamil Nadu||1,75,21,956||Click here to check the list|
|Gujarat||1,16,29,409||Click here to check the list|
|Andhra Pradesh||1,22,70,164||Click here to check the list|
|Chhattisgarh||57,14,798||Click here to check the list|
|Karnataka||1,31,39,063||Click here to check the list|
|Manipur||5,78,939||Click here to check the list|
|Goa||3,02,950||Click here to check the list|
|Tripura||8,75,621||Click here to check the list|
|Uttar Pradesh||3,24,75,784||Click here to check the list|
|Arunachal Pradesh||2,60,217||Click here to check the list|
|Dadara and Nagar Haveli||66,571||Click here to check the list|
|Kerala||76,98,556||Click here to check the list|
|Meghalaya||5,54,131||Click here to check the list|
|Jammu and Kashmir||20,94,081||Click here to check the list|
|Andaman and Nicobar Island||92,717||Click here to check the list|
|Daman and Diu||44,968||Click here to check the list|
|Himachal Pradesh||14,27,365||Click here to check the list|
|Lakshadweep||10,929||Click here to check the list|
|Mizoram||2,26,147||Click here to check the list|
|Uttarakhand||19,68,773||Click here to check the list|
|West Bengal||2,03,67,144||Click here to check the list|
|Bihar||2,00,74,242||Click here to check the list|
|Delhi||33,91,313||Click here to check the list|
|Assam||64,27,614||Click here to check the list|
|Chandigarh||2,14,233||Click here to check the list|
|Nagaland||3,79,164||Click here to check the list|
|Sikkim||1,20,014||Click here to check the list|