How to get RATION CARD

RATION CARD
 


Basic requirements 

• Should be Indian citizen.
• Should not hold ration card in other states
• Live and cook separately.
• Applicant and member of the family must be close relatives.
• Should not possess any other family card in the same state.

Documents required for RATION CARD

1. Completed and signed application form

2. Identify proof of the applicant (any one):

• Election photo ID card
• Driving license
• Passport
• Any other Govt issued ID card

3. Applicant’s current residence proof (any one)

• Electricity bill
• Telephone bill
• Latest LPG receipt
• Bank Pass Book
• Rental agreement/  rent paid receipt

4. Photograph of the head of the family

5. Full family photo

6. Details about the annual income of the applicant

7. Old cancelled/surrendered ration card if any.

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Types of Ration Card :

1. AAY

2. NFSA (PHH -APL 1, APL 2, BPL)

3. Non-NFSA (PHH -APL 1, APL 2, BPL)

1. AAY (Antyodaya Anna Yojana) 

Under the AAY scheme the poorest of the poor among the BPL families are selected and issued AAY ration cards. Households having this card are issued 35 kilos (rice) at the price of Rs. 3 per kilo. This govt. scheme initially targeted the five percent of the population who couldn’t have 2 square meals each day .from now onwards they also brought into consideration that BPL households headed by terminally ill person ,persons above 60 years , disabled persons or widows with assured means of subsistence or societal support. The identification of AAY families and issuing of distinctive ration cards is that the responsibility of the Local authorities. The village councils finalize the list of AAY families within the village.

2. NFSA (PHH -APL 1, APL 2, BPL)

Households having PHH ration cards are issued 8 kilos of rice monthly per Beneficiaries upto 5 Kilos at the price of Rs. 3/- and 3 kilos at the rate of Rs. 15/- per kilo. 5 kilos is Central Scheme under National Security Act-2013 and three kgs is that the state scheme. The scheme targets the really poor and vulnerable sections of the society like landless laborers, marginal farmers and wage earners of the informal sections of the economy. The identification process of PHH families is that the preview of the Local authorities and identification is formed as per the estimates adopted by the central Government and distinctive ration cards issued. The village councils/ local councils finalize the list involved by the designated authorities. 

3. Non-NFSA (PHH -APL 1, APL 2, BPL)

(Non-National Food Security Act) because the Department of Food, Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs is entrusted with ensuring that essential commodities are under the general public Distribution System reach all citizens so on ensure food security no matter the individual’s position in economically or otherwise, all those households who aren't covered under PHH or AAY are issued ration cards nonetheless. Non-NFSA card holders are issued 8 Kilos of rice per beneficiaries at the price of Rs. 15/- per Kilo. This is to make the basic necessities of life within the grasp of all the citizens.


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