In India, Scheduled Caste is commonly known as SC. In last half century or earlier, same surnames are started in use by various communities and caste. The people of Scheduled Caste and community lives in different parts of India. They have reservation in State Government jobs and Central Government jobs. They have also reservation in educational institutes, and colleges as per law.
According to information available, there are 1108 castes under the Scheduled Castes (SC). In this article, we have provided information on Scheduled Caste surnames list including most popularly used and rarely used in India. So, let’s see!
- Ajola, Ahlawat, Azad
- Beradiya, Bag, Bhyan, Bhoi, Bharti, Bhatoa, Bhatti, Bangar,
- Basra, Bhutta, Badhan, Bhardwaj, Bassan,
- Chavda, Chauhan, Choudhary, Chhatria, Chumber, Choor
- Das, Dalabehera, Dehury, Das, Duggal, Dhirana, Dugh
- Guru, Gomang, Gothwal
- Jatav, Jena, Jassal, Janagal,
- Kamble, Kannojia, Kadam, Kohli, Kataria, Kainth, Kajla
- Kumar, Kumari, Karra,
- Lokhande, Lal, Leer
- Makwana, Meshram, Moharana, Mahalayak, Mehra, Mahay
- Marwada, Mahto, Mallick, Meghwal, Mehra, Meharda, Mehra, Mahey, Mahi,
- Nayak, Nag
- Parmar, Pradhani, Pangi, Palei, Paikaro, Parhi, Pradhani, Paswan, Patil, Pawankar, Plethu
- Rathod, Rohidas, Raut, Rawat, Rana, Ratti, Ranu, Ram
- Solanki, Shabar, Sethi, Sahota, Soni, Sohpal, Simk, Sandhu
- Vemula, Valmiki, Virk
- Waghmare, Walia
About Scheduled Caste
Several caste comes under Scheduled Castes in various states. This information is obtained from Wikipedia and Government sources / websites. A few of the castes are given below:
- Bangali, Agariya, Dhobi
- Kalabaz, Karwal, Mazhabi
- Parahiya, Patari, Sansiya
- Chamar, Bhangi, Turi, Nadia, Pasi, Mukri, Vankar
- Garoda, Garo, Balahi, Chikwa, Senva
- and more.
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Article first published on January 17, 2020.