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Maa Annapurna Yojana (Rashtriya Ann Salamati Kaydo - 2013)

Maa Annapurna Yojana (Rashtriya Ann Salamati Kaydo - 2013)

Who benefits?

Under the Annapurna scheme in the National and Safety Act 2013 (NFSA-2013) implemented by the State Government, ration card holders get the benefit of foodgrains i.e. wheat, rice as per ration card category from fair price shops.

Amount / Price to be received by Antyodaya cardholder families under Annapurna scheme:

Wheat > 25.00 Kg > 2.00 Rs

Rice > 10.00 Kg > 3.00 Rs

Total > 35.00 Kg 

Amount / Cost to be received by priority families under Annapurna Scheme:

Wheat > 3.50 Kg > 2.00 Rs

Rice > 1.50 Kg > 3.00 Rs

Total > 5.00 Kg 

Where to get benefits

From a cheap grocery store

What evidence is required?

Ration card of priority family or Antyodaya category (Aadhaar card of all members above 7 years should be linked)

(See how the quantity and price are published in the newspaper on the first day of every month by the State Government under this scheme)

Official Website : Maa Annapurna Yojana (Rashtriya Ann Salamati Kaydo - 2013)

Source : Sarkar ni Kalyankari Yojana Booklet

Special Thanks : CM Gujarat, Collector Rajkot, Jilla Vahivati Tantr Rajkot.

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A yojana is a plan or arrangement involving many people which is made by a government or other organization. The Union government supports several developmental initiatives at the state level. These yojanas are aimed at supplementing the efforts made by state governments since the central government has more resources at its disposal. 

These yojanas are aimed at supplementing efforts undertaken by the state government because the central government has more resources at its disposal. These yojanas can either be national or regional in character.
Central sector yojanas are implemented by the central government and the budget or financing needed for the yojana is entirely sourced by the central government. By comparison, the implementation of a centrally sponsored yojana is done by state governments. For example, the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Generation yojana is a centrally sponsored yojana, while the National Rural Health Mission is a central sector yojana

Government yojanas in India are launched by the government to address the social and economic welfare of the citizens of this nation.

These yojanas play a crucial role in solving many socio-economic problems that beset Indian society, and thus their awareness is a must for any concerned citizen.

The main task of the Government of Gujarat's SJE Dept. is to ensure the Economic development and Empowerment of persons belonging to Society’s underprivileged sections as below:

  •     Scheduled Castes
  •     Developing Castes
  •     Socially and Economically Backward Classes
  •     Minority communities
  •     Physically and mentally challenged persons.

Welfare yojanas are also being implemented by this Department for the orphans, destitute persons, beggars and old aged persons.
The welfare yojanas being implemented by this Department can be mainly classified as under:

  •     Education
  •     Economic Welfare
  •     Health and Housing
  •     Other yojanas