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Public distribution system By anshul bhargava


CONTEXT INTRODUCTION P.D.S IN tamilnadu Procedures followed to tune up P.D.S Pictures


INTRODUCTION Public Distribution System ( PDS ) is an Indian food security system. Established by the Government of India under Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food, and Public Distribution and managed jointly with state governments in India, it distributes subsidised food and non-food items to India's poor. Major commodities distributed include staple food grains, such as wheat, rice, sugar, and kerosene, through a network of Public distribution shops (FPS) established in several states across the country. Food Corporation of India, a Government-owned corporation, distributes food grains to FPS throughout the country. As of date there are about 4.99 lakh Fair Price Shops (FPS) across India. In terms of both coverage and public expenditure, it is considered to be the most important food security network Exit

p.d.s in tamilnadu:

p.d.s in tamilnadu The Public distribution system in Tamilnadu is responsible for poverty eradication and to ensure food security to the vulnerable section of Tamilnadu. Among the aforesaid two categories of cards, families falling Below Poverty Line (BPL) will be identified based on the norms as below: Rural Areas Families getting an income upto Rs.15,000 per year. Landless agricultural labourers . Small and marginal farmers Self-employed rural artisans Old age pensioners and destitute widows, physically handicapped persons etc. ii.  Urban Areas Families getting an income upto Rs.15,000/- per year. Generally people living in slums Daily wage-earners like Rickshaw-pullers, porters, frunit and flower sellers on pavements, domestic servants, construction workers and other similarly placed (In the case of items (b) and (c) above the income limit of Rs.15,000/- per annum will apply The total family cards under the PDS in tamilnadu 13230193as on30 july 2004. There are two colour cards: Pink and Yellow card. The pink colour cardholders will be entitled to rice and other essential commodities at prices as fixed by the Government from time to time. The Yellow Colour cardholders would draw their rations other than rice based on options. Those who opt out of rice can drawn additional quantity of sugar or kerosene as the case may be, in lieu of rice at prices as fixed by the Government from time to time.


PINK AND YELLOW CARDS PINK CARD HOLDERS: The Government of Tamil Nadu promise to issue a maximum of 20 Kgs. of rice per month per family for the Pink colour cardholders at the Fair Price Shops indicated in the card. YELLOW CARD HOLDERS: . The yellow cardholders will not get rice and they will have the option to get additional 3 kgs of sugar or 5 litres of kerosene in lieu of rice. But they will continue to get other commodities at the scales as fixed for Pink colour cardholders 3. The price of rice at the Fair Price shop will be Rs.2/- for common and Rs.3.75 for grade 'A` variety per Kg. and the price shall not be more than 50 paise over the issue price that may be fixed by the Government of India for the BPL population . 4. The rice supplied at Fair Price Shops will be of Fair Average Quality as prescribed by Government of India


WORKING OF P.D.S The Fair Price Shops will be open on all days of the month (except Government holidays) between 9.00 A.M. to 1.00 P.M. and 2.00 P.M. to 6.00 P.M. in the Districts and 8.30 A.M. to 12.30 P.M. and 3.00 P.M. to 7.00 P.M. in Chennai City and its belt area. The food grains due to the cardholders for the month will be supplied within the month either in one installment or in two installments, if it relates to rice. The Civil Supplies Department will ensure periodical checking of family cards to detect and eliminate the bogus cards and will take stern action against person found guilty of misuse of the PDS benefits in any manner. 7 . The Civil Supplies Department will also carry out addition and deletion of the names of the family members, change in address, transfer of ration cards in a time bound manner as follows Contd in next slide


FAIR PRICE SHOPS Every family residing in the State of Tamil Nadu will be entitled to a ration card under the Tamil Nadu Scheduled Commodities (Regulation of Distribution by Card System) Order, 1982 as prevalent from time to time. The following procedure will be followed for the issue of ration cards:- 1.The criteria prescribing eligibility and procedure for issue of ration card will be widely publicized and made available to any citizen on demand. 2. Simple application forms in easy language will be available at Taluk Supply Offices in District/Assistant Commissioner's office in Chennai city for being filled by the applicants for ration cards. Two passport size photographs (black and white) are required-one to be affixed in the application form and another for printing/affixing in the ration card. 3. Special arrangements will be made at the Taluk Supply offices in the District/Assistant Commissioner of Civil supplies office in Chennai city to help the applicants to fill up the forms and to explain the procedure followed before ration cards are issued in their favour . 4. Every application for ration card will be duly acknowledged on the spot and given a suitable registration number. 5. The acknowledgement slip will indicate the date on which the ration card can be collected in case all information as required have been correctly given. 6. In case the ration card is not ready for collection on the date specified in the acknowledgement slip, due to unavoidable administrative reasons or for re-verification of details etc, the reasons for the delay and the likely date by which the card will be available will also be invariably intimated. 7. All ration card holders will be suitably advised and given appropriate guidance regarding the FPS at which they could register their cards for obtaining supplies. Any difficulty faced by the cardholders as may be expressed in writing will be resolved within three days from the date of receipt of such grievances by deputing appropriate inspecting officials to the FPS under intimation to the cardholders.

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8. The officials and staff who may have direct contact with the public in regard to issue of ration cards, will wear name-badges and will attend to the needs of the public courteously and promptly. 9.The names of officials, their designation, telephone numbers and addresses to whom grievances/complaints relating to delay or rejection of application for ration cards could be addressed, will be prominently displayed at the concerned office premises. 10. All grievances/ compolaints and other correspondence will be duly registered and acknowledged on the spot if made in person across the counter or and if received by post within 7 days from the date of receipt. 11. Final replies to such grievances/complaints will be issued within 30 days. 12. Stringent measures would be taken for detection of bogus and unauthorized Ration Cards through a system of surprise checks. 13. The criteria for identifying those Below Poverty Line to be covered in TPDS will be transparent. 14. Complaints/grievances regarding inclusion or non-inclusion in the Below Poverty Line target group will be dealt with by the Taluk Supply Officer in the District/Assistant Commissioner of Civil Supplies in Chennai City


WORKING OF P.D.S 2 ) The Civil Supplies Department will formulate and implement fool-proof arrangements for delivery of food grains and other essential commodities. The State will devised credible financial and administrative arrangements, so as to ensure the physical movement of the allotted food grains to the Fair Price Shops and subsequent issue to the beneficiaries . 3) Inspection and Checking : To make the system more effective and efficient and to introduce an element of accountability, there is an inspection held offices under the Civil Supplies, Revenue and Co-operation Departments. During these inspection, the quality and quantity of commodities being supplied through Fair Price Shops, smooth functioning of the Fair Price Shops with reference to opening and closing time of Fair Price Shops, the premises of wholesalers of Kerosene etc., will be checked . 4) Right to Information : Under Clause (1) of section 2 of the Tamil Nadu Right to Information Act, 1997 (Tamil Nadu Act 24 of 1997), the Government have empowered the officers specified in Column (2) of the Table below working in the offices specified in the corresponding entries in Column(1) thereof, to be the Competent Authorities within their respective jurisdiction, for the purpose of the said Act as far as PDS is concerned. Exit

Procedures followed to tune up P.D.S:

Procedures followed to tune up P.D.S Every month on 3rd , the District Revenue Officer used to convene a meeting pertaining to the staff of Civil Supplies and Co-operative Officials and Sub-allotment of Essential Commodities is made Talukwise in Cuddalore district The advance liftment of essential commodities for ensuing month is being commenced on 26th of every month and the liftment is completed before 10th of succeeding month 60% of the allotment is lifted during the period from 26th to the end of month and the remaining 40% is lifted and the liftment completed during the period of the first 10 days of the succeeding month. The Collector is conducting a weekly review meeting by 9.00 A.m. on every Monday in Collector’s camp Office. . The District Revenue Officer, Senior Regional Manager, Tamil Nadu Civil Supplies Corporation, Cuddalore the Joint Registrar (Co-operative Societies) the Project Officer (DRDA) Cuddalore the District Supply Officer and the Deputy Registrar (PDS) and Civil Supplies (C.I.D) are attending to the meeting. The progress in liftment and the fair price shop inspections are critically reviewed by Collector besides reviewing the other functions of public distribution system.

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