Ration Card is a government approved document which helps you in purchasing items such as food, grains, kerosene, etc. at subsidised rates. Ration card has been extremely helpful to those who are not so financially well off or belong to below poverty line (BPL) group and would find it difficult to purchase food items. Apart from that, a ration card also acts as a proof of identity and address and can be used for purposes such as applying for a domicile certificate, voter ID, etc.Types of Ration Card
There are two types of Ration Card:
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There are certain eligibility criteria you will have to fulfil if you wish to apply for a ration card:
There are various ways through which you can apply for a ration card:Online
Once your ration card application has been approved you can download the ration card and print it for future use. You can use your credentials to log in to the portal on the government website and check the status of your ration card application. Once it has been approved, you will find the option of downloading or printing the ration card. The printed version of the ration card will contain all the necessary details and you can use it to purchase food items for yourself at subsidised rates.
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