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Introduction to the Public Distribution System (in Hindi)
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In this lesson we will understand PDS system, how does it work, the role of the government to provide subsidized food etc.

Shailendra Yadav
Faculty @ Mantra IAS Academy Sagar /Assist.Prof/UPSC/JRF Qualified/PhD/Antenna Design Expert/Scientist@ Research Foundation India

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mam how we can say 1is identity in 12th slide ?
Supriya Singhal
2 years ago
Hey!!...I am sorry but I can't see identity to be one in any slide...Can u write the time?
Mitanshu Mohit
2 years ago
sorry ma'am I was confused You didn't say 1 but identity.
Supriya Singhal
2 years ago
how to download this video..?
  1. Public Distribution System By SHAILENDRA YADAV INTRODUCTION

  2. ABOUT ME SHAILENDRA YADAV Assistant professor Babulal Tarabai Institute of Research and Technology (BTIRT), Sagar M.F. Faculty@ Mantra IAS Academy Sagar M.P I am passionate about Teaching ,like to play cricket ,love Painting , Travelling etc RATE REVIEW RECOMMEND

  3. INTRODUCTION The Public Distribution System (PDS) in the country facilitates the supply of food grains and distribution of essential commodities to a large number of poor people through a network of Fair Price Shops at a subsidized price on a recurring basis With a network of more than 4 lakh Fair Price Shops claiming to distribute annually, commodities worth more than Rs 15,000 crore to about 16 crore families, the PDS in India is perhaps the largest distribution network of its type in the world n network of its type in the world

  4. > The central and state governments shared the responsibility of regulating the PDS. While the central government is responsible for procurement, storage, transportation, and bulk allocation of food grains, state governments hold the responsibility for distributing the same to the consumers through the established network of Fair Price Shops (FPSs). State governments are also responsible for operational responsibilities including allocation and identification of families below poverty line, issue of ration cards, supervisionand monitoring the functioning of FPSs

  5. How the Public Distribution System works: Farmers or Producers Fair Price Shops Grains Distributes Grains MSP C.L.P llocates Grains F.C.I (maintains Buffer Stocks) States Central Issue Price

  6. SO > The public distribution system was made by Mohit Dhakad. A public distribution shop, also known as fair price shop (FPS). > Improvements in the PDS could be among the key factors driving India's recent gains in its battle against malnutrition, according to a recently released International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) report

  7. Operation Black - Some news channels on 14 October 2013 performed a sting operation on PDS named Operation Black. It shows how the distribution reaches to mills instead of fair price shops.Interestingly, all the documentation via computerisation is clean Private News channel did a show which documented how the Government of Chhattisgarh's food d from about 50% in 2004-5 to about 10% in 2009-10. t managed to fix its broken system so that the diversion of grain came down Research on the PDS suggests (as these two programmes show) that the situation varies quite a lot across the country.

  8. > The faster reduction in poverty India has witnessed over the past few years is at least partly Himanshu and Abhijit Sen, economists at because of the improvements in PDS, according to the Jawaharlal Nehru University (ONU). > The impact of the PDS on poverty reduction doubled in 2004-12 as compared to the previous decade

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