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Various Schemes at a Glance

 

Sl. No.

Name of Scheme/Nodal Ministry/Issue Price

Beneficiaries

 

 

Scale of allotment

Periodicity of Allotment

Validity of allotment

Website of Nodal Ministry

1.

NFSA-Wheat: 200/-

NFSA-Rice   : 300/-

(Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution)

Ration Card holder of a State/UT.

 

NFSA- AAY families 35 Kg. per family per month.

 

Priority household- 5kg. foodgrains per person per month

Monthly allotment

I. Offtake of foodgrains pertaining to any allocation month should be completed by States/UTs by the last day of the month preceding the allocation month.

 

II. States/UTs should deposit the cost well in time so that the lifting of foodgrains could be ensured as per schedule.

www.dfpd.nic.in

2.

Mid Day Meal

(Ministry of HRD)

 

Free of cost to States

Bills are raised at Wheat 200/- & rice  300/- by the FCI with Ministry of HRD.

 

Students upto 5th class of Government schools.  However, allocation of foodgrains has also been made from Oct. 2007 for the students from 6th to 8th in the Educationally backward blocks. 

 

Upto 5th Class 100 Gms of foodgrains per child per school day.

From 6th to 8th Class 150 Gms of foodgrains per child per school day.

Quarterly allotment.

I. States/UTs have the option to lift monthly allocation by the last day of the month preceding the allocation month.

 

II. Allotment for a quarter is valid from 1st day of the month preceding the allocation quarter till the last day of the second month of the said quarter, unless otherwise communicated by Department of F&PD  in individual cases. 

 

III. Scheme is on credit basis and bills are raised by FCI later on.

www.mhrd.gov.in

 

3.

Annapurna

(Ministry of Rural Development)

Wheat:415/-Qtl.

 Rice  :565/- Qtl.

Old aged person eligible for Pension but are not getting the same

 

10 kg of foodgrains per month.

Monthly allotment.

I. Offtake of foodgrains pertaining to any allocation month should be completed by States/UTs by the last day of the month preceding the allocation month.

 

II. States/UTs should deposit the cost well in time so that the lifting of foodgrains could be ensured as per schedule.

www.rural.nic.in

 

4.

Welfare Institutions & Hostels Scheme             (Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution)

 

Wheat:415/- Qtl.

 Rice  :565/- Qtl.

For Welfare Institutions of the States/UTs

 

15 Kg. per head per month. 

Monthly

allotment

I. Offtake of foodgrains pertaining to any allocation month should be completed by States/UTs by the last day of the month preceding the allocation month.

 

II. States/UTs should deposit the cost well in time so that the lifting of foodgrains could be ensured as per schedule.

 

www.dfpd.nic.in

5.

Wheat Based Nutrition Programme (WBNP)

(Ministry of Women & Child Development)

 

Wheat:200/- Qtl.

 Rice  :300/- Qtl.

State run Child Development Projects

 

Not given.

Quarterly allotment

I. States/UTs have the option to lift monthly allocation by the last day of the month preceding the allocation month.

 

II. Allotment for a quarter is valid from 1st day of the month preceding the allocation quarter till the last day of the second month of the said quarter, unless otherwise communicated by Department of F&PD  in individual cases. 

 

III. States/UTs should deposit the cost well in time so that the lifting of foodgrains could be ensured as per schedule.

 

www.wcd.nic.in

 

6.

Scheme for adolescent Girls (SAG)

(Ministry of Women & Child Development)

 Wheat:415/- Qtl.

 Rice   :565/- Qtl.

State run Women Welfare Projects

 

Earlier it was known with the name AGPLM,  NPAG and Rajiv Gandhi Scheme for Empowerment of Adolescent Girls-“SABLA”.

6 kg per month.

Quarterly allotment

I. States/UTs have the option to lift monthly allocation by the last day of the month preceding the allocation month.

 

II. Allotment for a quarter is valid from 1st day of the month preceding the allocation quarter till the last day of the second month of the said quarter, unless otherwise communicated by Department of F&PD  in individual cases. 

 

III. States/UTs should deposit the cost well in time so that the lifting of foodgrains could be ensured as per schedule.

 

www.wcd.nic.in

 

7.

Defence/Para Military Forces.

(Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution)

 

At economic cost.

Foodgrains are allocated to Battalions State-wise.

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Quarterly allotment

225 days (including 15 days prior to allocation quarter+ 90 days of the quarterly allocation+ 120 days after the last day of the last month of allocation quarter)

 

 

www.mod.nic.in

 

8.

 

Additional Allocations

(Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution)

 

At MSP/CIP/Economic Cost of FCI/Open Sale rate

Victims of natural calamities, additional requirement for festivals etc.

Not fixed.

As specified by the Ministry from time to time.

As specified by the Ministry from time to time.

www.dfpd.nic.in