Population remains India’s most prominent problem. Further, the cherry to cake remains the social stratification that marks the division between the India and other developing countries. India is not only divided on the basis of caste but also on community, further the issue gets deeper when one comes to know that it is divided on the basis of socio-economic and educational status as well. This Report about the socio-economic and educational status of caste and community deals with the problem of Social, Economic and Educational issues regarding Caste and Community of India, with an empirical study on three middle towns of India, namely Deoria from the state Uttar Pradesh, Gopalganj from the state Bihar and Rajrappa from the state of Jharkhand. This Report analysis the Problem of three economically middle class cities of India and try to link it with the problem of India as whole.