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  • 1. PLUGGING  THE  LEAKS-­‐IMPROVING   THE  EFFICIENCY  OF  THE  PDS.   §  TEAM-­‐BIRBAL   §  ROHIT  PATIL   §  SANDESHA  SHINDE   §  TEJAS  GHORPADE   §  MANGESH  PATHAK   §  ABHISHEKH  PATHAK  
  • 2. PROBLEM  EVALUATION   §  The  leakages  in  the  fair  price  shop  distribution  need   to  be  minimised,   §  The  present  system  of  fair-­‐price  needs  to  be   improved  ,right  from.top  to  bottom.   §  More  focus  needs  to  be  given  to  the  lower  units,as   more  mis-­‐distribution  occurs  in  this  part.   §  Improvements  are  needed  right  from  the  distibution   of  the  ration  cards.   §  The  pattern  of    Ration  Cards  also  needs  to  be   changed,as  per  the  mention  in  the  further  slides.   §  Only  one  approach  to  improvement  has  been   suggested,in  an  abridged  format.  
  • 3. THE  PROPOSED  ORGANISATION  OF   THE  ‘PDS  TREE’   CENTRAL   POOL   DISTRICT   POOL   LOCAL   NODE   FAIR  PRICE   SHOP   STATE   RESERVE  
  • 4. CENTRAL  LEVEL  AND  STATE  LEVEL    •Central  government  procures  grains  from  various  states  and  stores  it   and  further  distributes  it  to  the  states  as  per  requirement.   •There  is  a  vigilance  committee  at  central  level  ,with  sub-­‐branches  at   each  state-­‐  that  surveys  existing  scenario  in  each  state  and  verifies   the  requirement  submitted  by  every  state.   •  It  also  takes  into  account  the  net  amount  transferred  from  the   central  pool,and  that  actually  received  by  each  state.   •It  maintains  a  central  database  of  grains  received  and  distributed  to   various  levels,from  the  data  received  from  each  lower  vigilance   committee.   •The  STATE  receives  the  commodities  in  large  quantities  and  passes  it   on  to  the  district.   •The  STATE  decides  the  amount  of  quantities  to  be  distributed  to  each   district,  location  of  local  nodes  and  fps  under  them.   •  There  is  a  vigilance  committee(V-­‐D)  at  the  each  district  level,to   check  the  transaction  between  the  state  and  district,in  co-­‐ ordination  with  the  higher  committee(V-­‐C).   •It  appoints  vigilance  committee  that  keeps  a  check  on  the  transaction   between  district  and  local  nodes.    
  • 5. THE  ORGANISATION  OF  THE   VIGILANCE  SYSTEM   CENTRAL  VIGILANCE     vc.   •  MAINTAINS  THE  CENTRAL  DATABASE.   •  CO-­‐ORDINATES  THE  ACTIVITIES  OF  EACH  STATE  TRANSACTION   STATE  VIGILANCE   COMM   VS   •  MAINTAINS  THE  TRANSACTION  RECORDS  OF  EACH  CENTRE-­‐STATE   INTERFACE   •  CO-­‐ORDINATES  THE  ACTIVITIES  OF  THE  LOWER    VIGILANCE   COMMITTEES   DISTRICT  VIGILANCE   COMMITTEE   VD   •  MAINTAINS  THE  TRANSACTION  RECORDS  OF  THE  STATE  TO  DISTRICT   TRANSACTION   •  CO-­‐ORDINATES  THE  ACTIVITIES  OF  THE  LOCAL  NODE  
  • 6. DISTRICT   •  THE  STATE  WILL  TRANSFER  THE  DESIRED  QUOTA  TO  THE  DISTRICT.   •  PACKAGING  OF  THE  COMMODITIES  IN  BAGS  OF  THE  REQUIRED   AMOUNT  WILL  BE  CARRIED  OUT  ,WITH  THE  HELP  OF  SELF-­‐HELP   GROUPS,OR  OTHERWISE   PDS  LOCAL   NODE   •  ABOUT  5  FPS(OF  THE  MODIFIED    TYPE),WITH  10,000  CARDHOLDERS   WILL  FORM  A  LOCAL  NODE   •  THE  PACKAGED  GRAINS  WILL  REACH  THE  LOCAL  NODE   •  THE  PACKETS  WILL  NOW  BE    TRANSFERRED  TO  THE  FAIR  PRICE  SHOPS   FPS   •  THE  PACKETS  RECEIVED  FROM  THE  LOCAL  NODE  WILL  BE   DISTRIBUTED  TO  THE  FAMILIES,AS  PER  THE  DETAILS  GIVEN  IN  THE   ACCOMPANING  SLIDES   •  A  PROPER  FEEDBACK  SYSTEM  SHOULD  BE  MAINTAINED  AS  WILL  BE   EXPLAINED.  IN  COMING  SLIDES  
  • 7. CONCEPT  OF  LOCAL  NODE            It  is  the  connection  between  the  district  and   the  FPS   •It  collects  the  commodities  from  the  district  .   •It  has  ten  FPS  under  it.   •It  maintains  a  record  of  amount  of   commodities  received  from  district  and   amount  distributed  to  each  fps.   •  The  fps  are  accountable  to  the  local  node   with  the  data  accumulated  at  the  end  of  each   week.  
  • 8. CONCEPT  OF  FAIR  PRICE  SHOP,ROLE  OF   PUBLIC  SECTOR    Two  existing  FPS  will  combine  to  form  one  single  fps  with  a  total  of  2000   card  holder.   •There  will  be  two  computers  present  to  enter  the  data  of  each  card   holder.   •Each  card  will  have  a  holographic  sticker  and  barcode.This  will  ensure   genuinity  to  an  extent  better  than  that  existing  now.   •When  a  person  buys  goods  from  fps  his  card  is  scanned  and  goods  get   registered  under  his  name.  Thus,  the  data  of  amount  of  goods  sold   and  to  whom  it  is  sold  is  stored  in  the  central  database.   §  The  FPS  needs  to  function  in  a  co-­‐operative  sector.   §  The  government  will  pay  2/3rd  salary  of  the  employees  at  each  fps,and   the  shop  owner  will  pay  only  1/3rd   §  This  will  deter  the  person  from  doing  corruption,and  will  also  increase   his  income.   §  Assuming  that  each  fps  employs  3  workers,with  a  monthly  salary  of   Rs.3000,the  government  will  have  to  bear  a  cost  of  Rs.6000  per  fps.    
  • 9. CONSENT  OF  THE  BUYER   §  At  the  end  of  each  transaction,the  buyer  will   give  his  fingerprint    on  a  sheet  ,against  his   name-­‐confirming  that  he  ,or  his  family   member  has  received  the  grains   §  In  case  somebody  else  takes  the  grains,then  it   is  the  shop  owner’s  responsibility  to  get  it   done  before  going  for  the  weekly  update  to   local  node  
  • 10. REFERENCES   §  JUSTICE  WADHWA  COMMITTEE  REPORT   §  PLANNING  COMMISSION  REPORT-­‐2005,ON   PERFORMANCE  EVALUATION  OF  TPDS