Leakages and diversion of subsidised food grains under the TPDS continue to be at unacceptable levels whereas the rollout of the National Food Security Act (NFSA) has led to comparatively better outcomes, going by an NCAER survey. Although the ... Financial Express, 1 month ago
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The India Government has initiated a plan scheme on computerization of TPDS operations on cost sharing basis for all States and UTs. States/UTs are requested from time to time to complete the work of digitization of data base at the earliest.Infotech Lead, 2 months ago
The Tripura and Mizoram governments have almost computerised their Targeted Public Distribution System (TPDS) to implement the National Food Security Act (NFSA), official sources in the two states said."We will start implementing the food security act from ...Prokerala, 1 month ago 'Rs.27,300 crore more needed to implement food security act' HT Syndication, 2 months ago
Gujarat CM Anandiben Patel has also recently announced a slew of e-governance initiatives including Wi-Fi Sachivalaya, state-wide rollout of Wi-Fi, setting up of IT cadre and e-waste management system. From a laggard in the IT arena, if late ...Financial Express, 2 weeks ago
The FCI is planning to move foodgrains to the northeast in advance by rail from Punjab and Haryana to create a buffer stock, parliament was informed on Tuesday."In order to ensure smooth supply of foodgrains under the TPDS (Targeted Public Distribution ...Prokerala, 1 month ago
Posted by: Elets News Network (ENN) Posted on: August 5, 2015 Posted in: News Under a plan scheme on End-to-end Computerisation of TPDS Operations, 24 states have digitised ration cards and 13 states have started ...EGov Online, 2 months ago
New Delhi: The food ministry doesn't have enough money to make food subsidy payments to the Food Corporation of India (FCI) and faces a shortfall of Rs. 26,529 crore this year, due to inadequate allocation in the Union budget, the ministry said in a ...Livemint.com, 2 months ago
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