Organisation : Department Of Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs
Service Name : FPS Registration
Applicable States/ UTs : Goa
Website : http://www.goacivilsupplies.gov.in/FPSReg.aspx
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Goa Civil Supplies FPS Registration
You have to enter the below details for FPS Registration,
Related : Directorate of Settlement & Land Records Dharnaksh System Registration : www.statusin.in/20585.html
1. Select District
2. Select Taluka
3. Select FPS Name
4. Enter EPDS Code/Username
5. Enter Mobile Number
6. Enter Name
7. Enter Shop Number
8. Enter FPS Licence Number
The Public Distribution System (PDS) evolved as a system of management of scarcity and for distribution of food grains at affordable prices. Over the years, PDS has become an important part of Governments policy for management of food economy in the country.
PDS is supplemental in nature and is not intended to make available the entire requirement of any of the commodities distributed under it to a household or a section of the society. PDS is operated under the joint responsibility of the Central and the State Governments.
Evolution Of Public Distribution System
Public Distribution of essential commodities had been in existence in India during the inter-war period. PDS, with its focus on distribution of food grains in urban scarcity areas, had emanated from the critical food shortages of 1960.
PDS had substantially contributed to the containment of rise in food grains prices and ensured access of food to urban consumers. As the national agricultural production had grown in the aftermath of Green Revolution, the outreach of PDS was extended to tribal blocks and areas of high incidence of poverty in the 1970s and 1980s.
PDS, till 1992, was a general entitlement scheme for all consumers without any specific target. Revamped Public Distribution System (RPDS) was launched in June 1992 in 1775 blocks throughout the country. The Targeted Public Distribution System (TPDS) was introduced with effect from June, 1997.
Targeted Public Distribution System TPDS
In June 1997, the Government of India launched the Targeted Public Distribution System (TPDS) with focus on the poor. Under the TPDS, States are required to formulate and implement foolproof arrangements for identification of the poor for delivery of food grains and for its distribution in a transparent and accountable manner at the FPS level.
The scheme when introduced, was intended to benefit about 6 crore poor families for whom a quantity of about 72 lakh tonnes of food grains was earmarked annually.
Activities of the Department :
Renewal of Ration cards every Five years. Issue of New ration cards with in the State (with Surrender Certificate). Inclusion/deletion of family members. Change in the address within the service area of the Fair Price Shops.
Change in the address including change in the Fair Price Shop within the Taluka. Issue of Surrender Certificates on transfer to other city or otherwise. Issue of licence for running Fair Price Shops.
Issue of licences for retail sale of Kerosene. Issue of foodstuff licences for foodstuffs. Issue of solvent/naphtha licences. Issue of Certificate of Registration to Edible Oil Packaging Units.