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What does SC stand for?

SC stands for Scheduled Caste (India)

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MADHYA Pradesh tribal and scheduled caste welfare minister Vijay Shah resigned on Wednesday after courting a major controversy over his alleged ' sexist remarks'.
ISLAMABAD, October 26, 2011 (Balochistan Times): President and Co-Chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party Asif Ali Zardari has greeted the Hindus and Scheduled Castes community of Pakistan on the occasion of Deewali being celebrated and called for strengthening interfaith harmony and protecting minorities rights.
ISLAMABAD, May 18 -- Scheduled Caste Rights Movement (SCRM) is organizing a policy forum here on Tuesday (today) to put forth their demands of parliamentary legislation ensuring legal protection of fundamental rights, particularly of Hindu marriage registration, land ownership, equal political participation, ending discrimination and protection of religious places and graveyards.
The planning and coordination department has asked all of the above departments and the mass education, women and child development, health and family welfare, rural development and scheduled caste to send the plan proposals and the tabular information, for preparation of the plan document, which would be then sent to the Planning Commission (PC) for approval.
95 Hardcover JS7013 The editors (both of the Institute of Social Sciences, New Delhi, India) present the results of a country-wide research project examining issues of social inclusion and exclusion of scheduled castes and tribes (those castes and tribes explicitly recognized by the Constitution of India for protective arrangements, compensatory discrimination, and development), as well as women, within the local Panchayat (village) governing system of India.
The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister said her party would ensure the reservation for the scheduled castes and tribes and other backward communities while extending reservation benefits to the financially weak among the forward castes.