PDS in Chhattisgarh

Group 2: Aditya Konathala Akhil Rumadala Lokesh Dhruw Rakesh Ranjan Jha Soham Choudhary Srikanth Gali Surat Prakash Dung dung

.What is PDS  A scheme that facilitates the poor people to avail basic food grains at a nominal rate from the fair price shops.

 Corruption-free services  Bogus BPL cards  Monitoring system  .Challenges Accountability.

◦ Integrity .  No control of local authority.  Ownership transferred to local community-owned bodies.Accountability Businessman running the PDS shop is an outsider.  ◦ Democratic system of organizing ◦ Collective responsibility.

Corruption-free services Recycling of paddy.This led to corruption free culture.  .Transparent way of working.  Raids and large quantities of paddy and rice seized . .

 Fresh centralised printing of BPL cards based on a new database. . secular and democratic system.  ◦ Social.Bogus BPL cards Prevalence of bogus BPL cards.

and uniformity. .Monitoring system Major pilferage . .Focusing on executing excellence  .  Web-based application tracked the whole process. modular.Transparent.  Transportation of grains taken out of the private players.before the grains reached the PDS shops.

 .Conclusion A model for the entire country.  A eye-opener for other states.

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