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  • 1. TRANSPARENT APPROACH FOR PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM IN INDIA Team Details: Team Name: Buvnesh.SV VISION TRANSPARENT Arun Gunalan.B INDIA Jeyakumar.KS Ramakrishnan.M Vigneshvaran.R COLLEGE: Easwari Engineering College, Chennai.
  • 2. PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM •  Public   Distribu,on   System   (PDS)   is   an   Indian   food   security   system.   Established   by   the   Government   of   India   under   Ministry   of   consumer   awareness,   food   and   distribu=on  and  managed  jointly  with  State  Governments  in   India,   it   distributes   subsidized   food   and   non-­‐food   items   to  India’s  poor.     •  Major   commodi=es   distributed   include   staple   food   grains,   such  as  Wheat,  Rice,  Sugar,  and  Kerosene,  through  a  network   of   Public   Distribu=on   Shops,   also   known   as   Ra=on   shops   established   in   several   states   across   the   country.   Food   Corpora=on   of   India,   a   Government   owned   Coopera=on,   procures  and  maintains  the  Public  Distribu=on  System.  
  • 3. Cntd..,   •  A   public   distribu,on   shop   also   known   as   Fair   Price   Shop   (FPS),   part   of   India's   Public   Distribu=on   System   established  by  Government  of  India,  is  a  kind  of  shop  in  India   which  is  used  to  distribute  ra=ons  at  a  subsidized  price  to  the   poor   •  Locally   these   are   known   as   “ra=on   shop"   and   chiefly   sell   wheat,   rice,   kerosene   and   sugar   at   a   price   lower   than   the   market  price.  However,  other  essen=al  commodi=es  may  also   be   sold.   These   are   also   called   Fair   Price   Shops.   For   buying   items  from  this  shop  one  must  have  a  ra=on  card..  No  doubt   the  item  from  these  shops  are  much  cheaper  but  are  of  poor   quality.   Ra=on   shops   are   now   present   in   most   locali=es,   villages  towns  and  ci=es.  India  has  478,000  shops  cons=tu=ng   the  largest  distribu=on  network  in  the  world.  
  • 4. Distribution Of Items Through Out India •  The   following   table   predicts   how   the   cost   of   Wheat,   Sugar   and   Rice   gets   varied   from   state   to   state   this   is   what   the   government  need  to  handle  with  they  have  a  single  standard   through  out  the  whole  country.   ITEMS   ANDHRA   PRADESH   JAMMU   AND   KASHMIR   BIHAR   KERALA   HARYANA   WHEAT   7.00   7.25   5.22   6.70   4.58   RICE   2.00   10.00   7.68   8.90   -­‐   SUGAR   13.50   13.50   13.50   13.50   13.50  
  • 5. Follow off : Price of Wheat in India
  • 6. Follow off : Price of Sugar in India
  • 7. Problems Faced By People In PDS •  The  Public  Distribu=on  System  (PDS)  ends  up  being  sold  in  the   open   market   by   corrupt   intermediaries,   including   some   dealers  who  manage  PDS  outlets.   •   The  extent  of  this  “diversion”  of  PDS  grain  has  been  a  ma]er   of  specula=on  for  some  =me.  Two  recent  surveys  shed  further   light  on  the  ma]er.   •  The  people  have  lost  their  belief  and  reliability  on  the  Ra=on   shops   because   the   poli=cal   par=es   and   other   influenced   people  misuse  their  power  and  indulge  in  many  malprac=ces   that   leads   to   improper   distribu=on   of   Food   items   to   all   the   under  privileged  people.  
  • 8. Cntd..,   •  Increase   in   cost   of   price   of   the   food   grains   and   also   the   kerosene   price   have   led   the   poor   people   suffering   so   the   government  should  take  some  immediate  steps  to  reduce  the   price  as  well  as  avoiding  the  mall  func=onali=es  of  the  PDS.      
  • 9. ERP SOLUTION •  ERP   Solu=on   is   mainly   to   integrate   all   the   departments   of   Public   Distribu=on   system   together   for   only   one   goal   ie.,   smooth  and  efficient  Service  to  the  Indian  people.  
  • 10. PROPOSED SOLUTION: MOBILE UPDATIONS •  The   Goods   will   be   tracked   from   the   =me   it   starts   from   the   warehouse  and  =ll  it  reach  the  ra=on  shop  everything  will  be   updated   to   the   customer   through   messages   .   So   that   the   people  can  easilly  track  the  quan=ty  of  goods.    
  • 11. SMART CARD METHODLOGY •  Yes  the  people  should  use  Aadar  Card  here  to  buy  everything   in   ra=on   shop   because   of   easy   tracking   and   monitoring   of   foods  so  that  misusage  of  the  items  distribu=ng  illegally  can   be  avoided  if  we  use  this  methodology.   •  Even   online   payment   is   possible   using   it   can   be   done   since   Aadar   consists   of   Bank   account   details   of   the   card   holders   too.  
  • 12. Conclusion     •  This  is  Not  the  End,  This  is  Just  the  Beginning.   •  We  build  a  Perfect  ERP  solu=on  Based  on  Smart  card  and  a   clear  solu=on  to  the  Problems  that  people  face  currently  in   the  Public  Distribu=on  System  (  PDS).  Hence  by  implemen=ng   our   methodology   we   clearly   propose   a   possible   idea   to   improve   our   Country   in   a   possible   and   a   Transparent   way.   Where  even  People  of  our  country  has  there  own  roles  
  • 13. Thank You!!!! JHoping for an Happy India J