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"Telangana's Double Bedroom Housing Scheme: A Beacon of Hope for the Poor"

Introduction: In a world where affordable housing is often a distant dream for many, Telangana's Double Bedroom Housing Scheme stands as a beacon of hope for the underprivileged. Launched by the Telangana State Housing Corporation Ltd. in October 2015, this innovative scheme aims to provide 100% subsidized housing to eligible families, without requiring any beneficiary contribution. Let's delve into the details of this groundbreaking initiative and understand its far-reaching impact.

Preamble: Since its separate functioning from June 2, 2014, the Telangana State Housing Corporation Ltd. has been dedicated to fulfilling the government's objective of providing permanent homes to all eligible BPL (Below Poverty Line) households. The Double Bedroom Housing Scheme was introduced in October 2015, reflecting the government's commitment to offering dignified housing solutions to the poor.

Objective: The primary goal of the Double Bedroom Housing Scheme is to provide dignity to the poor by offering them fully subsidized housing. What sets this scheme apart is the absence of any beneficiary contribution. In rural areas, where seasonal conditions dictate earnings, this scheme plays a crucial role in preventing families from falling into debt traps.

Framework: Traditionally, the standard was to provide a 260 square feet house with a single room. However, the Double Bedroom Housing Scheme revolutionizes this approach by offering two bedrooms, a hall, kitchen, and two toilets, covering a generous 560 square feet plinth area. Furthermore, the scheme provides land free of cost, in addition to the dwelling unit.

Benefits: The scheme's benefits are manifold. It represents a shift from credit and subsidy-based housing solutions to a fully subsidized scheme. This not only creates economic assets for beneficiaries but also ensures a hygienic living environment. The scheme contributes significantly to the socio-economic growth of individuals and communities.

Unit Cost: For transparency, here's a breakdown of the unit costs for different areas:

  • Rural: Unit cost with Infrastructure - ₹6,29,000, Unit cost without Infrastructure - ₹5,04,000

  • Urban: Unit cost with Infrastructure - ₹6,05,000, Unit cost without Infrastructure - ₹5,30,000

  • GHMC up to G+3: Unit cost with Infrastructure - ₹7,75,000, Unit cost without Infrastructure - ₹7,00,000

  • GHMC C+S+9: Unit cost with Infrastructure - ₹8,65,000, Unit cost without Infrastructure - ₹7,90,000

Current Progress: As of now, the Housing Department, in collaboration with District Collectors and the GHMC, is actively constructing 2.80 lakh houses across the state, making significant strides in addressing the housing needs of the underprivileged.

Target Groups: The allocation of houses is designed to be inclusive. In rural areas, SC/ST families receive 50%, minorities receive 7%, and the remaining 43% is for others. In urban areas, SC gets 17%, ST gets 6%, minorities receive 12%, and the balance is for others.

Selection of Beneficiaries: The selection process for beneficiaries is transparent and fair. It involves multiple stages, including applications, preliminary scrutiny at Gram Sabhas, thorough verification by Tahsildars, and final approval by District Collectors. Any complaints are addressed through an appellate process.

Government Initiatives: To support the scheme, the government has introduced various initiatives, such as affordable cement supply, exemptions on basic costs and seigniorage on sand, reduced EMD and FSD amounts, and more.

Conclusion: Telangana's Double Bedroom Housing Scheme is a testament to the government's commitment to uplifting the poor by providing them with quality housing and a dignified life. It not only fulfills the basic human need for shelter but also contributes to economic empowerment and community development. As we witness the construction of these homes, we are reminded that compassion and innovation can indeed make a difference in the lives of the less fortunate. Telangana's example is one that other regions can learn from and aspire to replicate.


  • Government of Telangana Official Website

  • Telangana State Housing Corporation Ltd. Official Website

  • Relevant Government Orders and Notifications