What is PHH and PHH?
PHH (Priority Households) Households having PHH ration cards are issued 8 kgs of rice monthly per Beneficiaries at the rate of 5 Kgs at the rate of Rs. 3/- and 3 kgs at the rate of Rs. 15/- per kg. 5 kgs is Central Scheme under National Security Act-2013 and 3 kgs is the state scheme.
Which category is PHH?
Priority Household (PHH) Families which are not covered under AAY fall under PHH. The state governments identify priority household families under the Targeted Public Distribution System (TPDS) according to their exclusive and inclusive guidelines. PHH cardholders receive 5kg of food grains per person per month.
What is the meaning for PHH?
|PHH||Per Half Hour|
|PHH||Pasukan Anti Huru-Hara (Anti Riot Task Force)|
|PHH||Past Health History|
|PHH||Planar Halogenated Hydrocarbon|
What are the different types of ration card in West Bengal?
RKSY 1,2 Ration Card – WB Rajya Khadya Suraksha Yojana Facilities
- West Bengal APL Ration Card Beneficiaries,
- West Bengal BPL Ration Card Benefeciaries,
- AAY or Antodaya Family Ration Cards (AAY)
- Annapurna Beneficiaries (PHH and SPHH)
- RKSY 1 and RKSY 2 Ration Cards in West Bengal.
Is PHH same as APL?
At first, these cards are divided into three categories like Above Poverty Line (APL), Below Poverty Line (BPL), Antyodaya Anna Yojana (AAY) etc. Of all types, only APL and BPL Smart cards are classified into two categories as PHH and NPHH referring to Priority Household and Non-Priority Household respectively.
Is PHH and BPL same or not?
‘Priority’ and ‘non-priority’ ration cards will replace the below the poverty line (BPL) and above the poverty line (APL) ration cards respectively when new ration cards as mandated under the National Food Security Act 2013 are rolled out in the State in November.
Is BPL or PHH same?
What is the benefit of RKSY 2 ration card?
RKSY II is another West Bengal Ration Card that provides wheat at a rate of Rs. 9/KG and rice at a rate of Rs. 13/KG.
What is the difference between RKSY I and RKSY II?
RKSY-1 rice is commodity rice with a monthly allotment of 2 KG per head and a price of Rs. 2 per kg. RKSY-11 is commodity wheat with a monthly allotment of one kilogramme per head and a price of Rs. 9 per kilogramme.