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  • 1. KOI BHI DESH PERFECT NAHI HOTA! USSE PERFECT BANANA PADTHA HAI….!! SUBMITTED BY:- RAGHAVENDRA R. N (Coordinator) SHRAVAN KUMAR RAJESH B. PATIL SUNIL H.W VENKATESH K.K
  • 2. What is PDS? PDS is Public Distribution System which aims at providing food grains to the poorer section of the country. This food grains will be distributed at price lower than the market price. How does the PDS system works?  There are two main bodies involved in the process.  Central government  State government  The central government work in system:  Buying: The food grains like rice, wheat, etc,. From the farmers at price better than market price.  Storage: Food grains are stored in FCI (Food Corporation Of India) godowns.  Transportation: The food grains are allotted to the states and are transported.  The state government work in system: Identification: State Govt identifies the family which needs the benefit of the scheme.  Ration Cards: Issue the ration cards to such families.  Fair Price Shop (FPS): Distribution of food grains take place through these shops.
  • 3. LOOPHOLES IN THE SYSTEM!!
  • 4.  Corruption This has been the most dangerous problem in this system which could snatch the food from poor and can also bring the economical instability in the country. Corrupt officers at all levels are getting a part of benefit what a poor family should get.  Inadequate Storage Facility India is unable to store surplus product. It is seen that due to insufficient space for storage facility crops had been sitting along roadside and are spoiled.  Malpractice during transportation The crops maybe stolen during transportation. This is mainly because system is unable track the transportation from starting to end.  Inability of identifying poor family All the families which are below poverty line will not get BPL card. This is because the family could not produce the income certificate or the card is rejected just because it’s family income is above Rs.2000/- STILL 37% OF PEOPLE ARE LIVING BELOW POVERTY LINE IN INDIA
  • 5.  Enrollment of bogus cards Illicit fair price shop owners have been found to create large number of bogus cards to sell food grains in the open market.  Quality of the food grains Growing instances of the consumers receiving inferior quality food grains in ration shops. Numerous malpractices make safe and nutritious food inaccessible and unaffordable to many poor thus resulting in their food insecurity.  Illegality of fair price shop dealers Deceitful dealers replace good supplies received from the F.C.I(Food Corporation of India) with inferior stock and sell FCI stock in the black market. Many FPS dealers resort to malpractice, illegal diversions of commodities, hoarding and black marketing due to the minimal salary received by them. DISTRIBUTIONDOESN'TMEANDAMAGING!!
  • 6. REPORT CARD OF TPDS State Food grains Leakages though Bogus Cards(%) Food grains leakage at FPS (%) Total foodgrains leakage (%) Andhra Pradesh Negligible 20.60 20.60 Assam 33.35 8.33 41.68 Bihar 26.13 55.41 81.54 Gujarat 28.29 13.77 42.06 Haryana Negligible 55.65 55.65 Kerala 3.91 17.80 21.71 Maharashtra 10.78 15.75 26.53 Punjab Negligible 76.50 76.50 Tamil Nadu 9.26 6.40 15.66 Uttar Pradesh 22.30 38.97 61.27 West Bengal 13.85 5.30 19.15 All India 16.67 19.71 36.38 Leakage and Diversion of subsidized Food grains in TPDS as per PEO Study (Year 2005)
  • 7. STOPTHISSHAME!! Pictures can also be presented more dramatically in widescreen.
  • 8. INFORMATION TO BE INSPECTED The ration shop has to display:  The registration number of ration shop (ARS No.)  The number, address and phone number of the ration office  The inspectors name and time of his weekly visit.  The stock position of all rationed commodities in units.  The official price list.  The total number of ration cards registered with the shop.  The total number of units. A complaint book has to be available to card holders. The Solution Maybe Innovative From The New Generation But Until And Unless The Basic Rules Are Not Followed At FPS Level, System Is Not Going To Change. Display Of Samples The Weekly Quota Is Not Fortified If Not Purchased. Ensure That You Get A Receipt You Are Entitled To Buy Only The Commodities You Require SOME OF THE BASIC RATIONING RULES AND CARD HOLDERS RIGHTS. Card holder should not be intimated by threats made by the shopkeeper. He has no powers to seize, change or cancel their cards. BASICMETHODCOULDSOLVEHALFOFTHEPROBLEM
  • 9.  Tracking The Way: GPS based tracking Vehicles transporting TPDS commodities  Catch The Card: States should undertake a campaign to review BPL/AAY list to eliminate ghost/ ineligible ration cards.  Inform The People BPL/AAY lists should be displayed on all FPSs.  Publish Data: District-wise and FPS-wise allocation of food grains should be put on websites and other prominent places, for public scrutiny.  Mobile Alert: The system should send an mobile alert to the residents of the area informing the arrival of food grains in there local FPS shop.  Maintain Accurate Time: Timely availability of food grains at FPS level and fixed dates of distribution to ration card holders should be ensured.
  • 10.  Digitalization: Computerization of TPDS operations should be undertaken.  Digital Data Maintaining: Computerization of ration card related database  Punishing The Culprits: Strict action should be taken against the guilty to ensure leakage free distribution of food grains.  Attaching Minimum Cards : Minimum 300-500 ration cards be attached to an FPS to increase viability.  Implementing Modern Technology: Facility of mobile FPS esp. in remote/tribal areas to be encouraged. Forming Strict Squad: Reconstitute and activate Vigilance Committees, which should meet at regular intervals Zero Tolerance: Zero tolerance towards corruption. Strict penal action/ departmental action be taken against offenders such as transporters, FPS owners, govt. officials, etc. Solving The Complaint: Complaint redressal mechanism with 24 hour helpline for lodging complaints by beneficiaries and follow up action.
  • 11.  Computerization of the Fair Price Shops need a huge amount which could be obtained from public-private partnership.  Involvement of NGO’s will increase the achievement of TPDS.  A Committee should be made at regional level under the chairmanship of the elected representative and the other technical advisors who would ensure that system is working unaffected.  The basic duties of Public Distribution System should carried out properly which would easily solve the half of the problem
  • 12. REFERENCES  Recommendation of CVC to the Govt of India.  Report of Govt of India 2011  IFRI global hunger index.  Business standard  Images source:- Google Images.  We do not hold the copyright of images used. Images are used to depict the present situation of the PDS system.  Solution provided represent the ideas of many other peoples.
  • 13. THANK YOU!! JUST KEEP YOUR HAND ON THE HEART AND TELL “JAI HIND!!”

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