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by K R Venugopal

Deliverance from Hunger: The Public Distribution System in India epub ebook

Author: K R Venugopal
Category: Economics
Language: English
Publisher: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 1 edition (December 3, 1992)
Pages: 224 pages
ISBN: 0803994087
ISBN13: 978-0803994089
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Deliverance from hunger: the public distribution system in India. SH Manjula, CN Abhilash, K Shaila, KR Venugopal, LM Patnaik

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Venugopal argues that a major support strategy could be a well managed rural public distribution system, supervised by the people themselves with the involvement of voluntary organizations.

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The Indian food security system was established by the Government of India under the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution to distribute food and non-food items to India's poor at subsidised rates. This scheme was first started in February 1944, during the Second World War, and was launched in the current form in June 1947.

Venugopal’s unique experience and knowledge have been considered valuable in policy-related Governance. Venugopal is the author of two books, Deliverance from Hunger: The Public Distribution System in India and The Integrated Child Development Services A Flagship Adrift.

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India currently has several active social protection programmes specifically aimed at improving the nutritional status of the population. Further, many districts in the country do not have the capacity to adequately store (given adverse weather conditions) agricultural products for long periods, which negatively affects the quality and durability of foodgrains that are procured, stored and transported for the PDS by the Food Corporation of India from other parts of the country.

Inadequate access to foodgrains has resulted in the poor of India often not having enough to eat--despite the fact that the country is producing enough foodgrains to sustain its entire population. Have policy makers failed those they are supposed to serve? Why does this inequitable situation exist and how can it be remedied? In this timely and thought-provoking study, Venugopal explores the inequities of food distribution and suggests remedies for correcting it. Among his findings, the author finds that those states that did not produce enough foodgrains were better at providing food for the the poor than those states with a surplus. Even those states that receive subsidies from the Union Government through the Public Distribution System (PDS), are not without problems of inefficiency and inequity. Venugopal argues that a major support strategy could be a well managed rural public distribution system, supervised by the people themselves with the involvement of voluntary organizations. "The book provides insights to policy makers and planners to redefine and reorient development strategies to eradicate poverty and hunger. It is a rare piece of contribution since it is written, particularly, by a civil servant, who is generally termed as ′status and power oriented′ rather than ′problem oriented′. The book will be of immense use for researchers and practitioners who have interest in studies like this." --Deccan Herald
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