The income limit for family households to qualify as a beneficiary under the BPL or below poverty line list has been fixed at Rs.27,000 a year.
A resident with an annual potential income of over Rs. 27,000 will be out of BPL list. The automatic exclusion and inclusion condition and the 7 deprivation indicators are concentrated at this.
The upper limit has been set by permitting 5 earning persons in a household with a per capita monthly income of over Rs.447 per month in the rural areas or approximately Rs.2,250 a month per family.
The issue of fixing a poverty cap on the BPL list would not impact the enumeration system.
The Centre is processing to device methods to let all to request against the BPL list or the caste census for a advanced statistical knowing of numerical caste population of the nation.
Whereas the individual caste & religious affiliations would not be done open, the list would however indicate the caste composition of the village or gram sabha and so on right up to the country level giving the numerical caste enumeration of the nation.
With the whole exercise depended on self-declaration, the govt. will neither go for certification nor let a public scrutiny of the caste census.
The job is being down for the Registrar General of India.
Every one is likely to obtain the AADHAR UID number as and when the taken information is coassociated with the inputs of the Unique Identification Authority of India and its system.