How to apply Online application for new ration card @ Digital Gujarat Govt : રેશનકાર્ડ કઢાવો, કોઈ પણ એજન્ટ વગર Get a ration card, without any agent
- A true copy of the electricity bill.
- A true copy of the telephone bill.
- Proper copy of election card.
- Correct copy of passport
- First page of pass bank passbook / canceled check
- Post Office Fee Account Statement / Passbook
- Driving driving permit
- Government Photo ID Card / Service Photo Identity Card issued by PSU
- Water bill (not older than 3 months)
- Descriptive form in case of ownership
- Receipt of property tax
- True copy or election card.
- True copy income tax PAN card.
- Correct copy of passport
- Driving permission.
- Government Photo ID Card / Service Photo Identity Card issued by PSU.
- Any government document with a photo of the citizen.
- Photo ID issued by a recognized educational institution.
- Copy of Aadhaar card or election card in case of slums.
- A new ration card proof is required in the service connection.
Online application for new ration card @ Digital Gujarat Govt
Ration Card Ma Name Addition Form
Name Addition in Current Ration card – Form No.3 Beneficiary can add new name in existing ration card by filling this form. Beneficiary can download the online form and submit it with necessary documents to near Zonal / Mamlatdar office.
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There are two types of ration cards:
Priority ration card – priority ration cards are issued to households that meet the eligibility criteria set by their state government. Each priority household is entitled to 5 kilograms of food grain per member.
Antyodaya (AAY) ration cards are issued to “poorest of poor” households. Each AAY household is entitled to 35 kilograms of food grain.
Section 10 (1a and 1b) of the National Food Security Act requires states governments to identify households to be covered under priority and AAY categories within a year from the commencement of NFSA and place the list of identified eligible households in the public domain. After the enactment of NFSA, all state governments developed a set of eligibility criteria to identify households for issuing ration cards. Based on these eligibility criteria, new ration cards were issued. In some states (such as Bihar and Madhya Pradesh), the state governments used existing data (such as the Socio-Economic Caste Census) to identify households and issue new ration cards. In other states (such as Chhattisgarh and Odisha), eligible households had to apply for new ration cards through a self-declaration process.
The bank accounts and ration cards of eligible beneficiaries are linked to their Aadhaar numbers. A bank account can be enabled as AeBA by seeding (linking) it with an Aadhaar number. Seeding makes mapping information stored on the NPCI payment gateway that facilitates the subsidy payment. Seeding helps identify genuine and eligible beneficiaries and prevents duplicate and non-existent persons from registering. Users can link a bank account as a self-service option through ATM kiosks, the Internet, bank websites, telephone, or by providing a copy of the Aadhaar letter to a bank.
e-Ration Card Services:
With the help of e-Ration service, applicants can obtain ration cards and check their costs and food grain availability online. This will help end the corrupt practice of holding back rations and ensure cards reach the needy. Aadhaar cardholders can apply for e-ration cards. The Department of Food Supplies and Consumer Affairs website provides eligibility details for the food security plan. This service was first introduced in Delhi. Later this has been followed by the state Govt of Tamil Nadu.
Ration Card Service Will Be Available In Villages Click Here