Posted on: November 28, 2012
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The move is aimed to clear the large number of such applications
Yavatmal: Maharashtra government will issue online caste validity certificates to students from December 6.
The programme will be launched at the hands of Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan in Mumbai.
“There are large number of applications, seeking caste validity certificates, pending at difference offices across the state and we have decided to start issuing caste validity certificates online to the students from December 6,” Minister for Social Justice Shivajirao Moghe said in Yavatmal.
The state cabinet has also decided to set up special courts at all the six revenue divisions in the state to hear and dispose of the pending atrocity cases, Moghe said.
“The state government has also decided to celeberate the birth centenary of former Chief Minister Late Vasantrao Naik and the Marathwada Agriculture Univerity would be named after Naik,” Moghe said.