i am a foreman,belongs to obc, in a public sector,my present salary is 650000 per year.i think my post "foreman" is not comparable to any post in government services.My family have no other source of income.
My question is this that (1) "is my 17 years old son comes in obc-noncreamy layer" & if yes then-
(2)under which rule he is covered in non creamy layer
Asked 3 years ago in Labour from Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
Your 17 year old son comes in obc-creamy layer, because your annual income is more than Rs.6Lakhs.
Sir I read somewhere that income of 600000 p.a. should be in last 3 continue years for being in creamy layer. my income was less then 6 lakhs in last 2 years so it may be ncl ?
Asked 3 years ago
You are right. If your income was not Rs.6 Lakhs consecutively for the last 3 years and in the last 2 years if it was less than Rs.6 Lakhs, then your son will not be in creamy layer and would qualify to be in non-creamy layer. My earlier answer was based on your statement that you have Rs.6.5Lakhs annual income and you had not informed about your income of the preceding years.
i am in a psu (belongs to obc),salery is more then 6 lakh per anum,having no other family income,or no property.Is my son comes under "OBC-Non Creamy Layer" ?
I have read online 'OFFICE MEMORANDUM' of Under Secretary to Govt. of India,in which it is clarified that "family's Income from salery & income from agriculture shall not be taken in to the account,while determining the creamy layer status of a candidate,under Income/Wealth Test" It meance income from other sources should be more then 6 lakh for falling in creamy layer.
Sir please let me know that is this applies in my case and my son is in 'OBC-NCL' ?
Thanks a lot.
Asked 3 years ago