My Ration app lunch
Ration card in the hands of Banaskantha Collector Shri Anand Patel Launched My Ration mobile app for related services ********
In this app, ration card holders will be able to know the amount of foodgrains and ration card details by registering from their mobile number. (Information Bureau, Palanpur) NIC of Palanpur at the hands of Banaskantha District Collector Shri Anand Patel.
The My Ration mobile app for ration card related services developed by the team was launched. For the first time in the entire state, NIC of Palanpur.
Through the My Ration Mobile app developed by the team, the ration card holders will be able to register from their mobile number and know the amount of foodgrains available to them every month, details of ration card members, cheap food shop information, details of quantity withdrawn during last 6 months etc. at home.
This application has been created by NIC team (National Informatics Center, Banaskantha) with the instruction and guidance of Banaskantha Collector.
This application can be downloaded from the district website https://banaskantha.nic.in. The app will soon be available for download from the Google Play Store.
The general public will be able to see all the details related to the ration card by inserting this application in their mobile.
Feedback related to this mobile app can also be given. Digital Portal (Ration Card Forms) – All forms applicable to Ration Card and online services can be applied for.
The contact number of the officer for resolving the question related to ration card can also be seen on My Ration mobile app.
Resident Additional Collector Shri A. on the occasion of launch of My Ration Mobile App. T. Patel, NIC officers Mr. Nandkishore Tank, Mr. Shivanshu and Mr. Pramit Panchal were present.
Banaskantha is also home to the Sardarkrushinagar Dantiwada Agricultural University, which is one of the most prestigious universities of Gujarat.
The Palanpur city in the district of Banakantha saw the origin of India’s diamond industry and it continues to be one of the most important cities of Gujarat.Banaskantha is well connected to other regions of the state as well as to other Indian states via road and rail.
Palanpur has a railway station which connects Banaskantha to some of the major Indian cities. Proposed Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) passing through the Diamond Hub – Palanpur is expected to emerge as the major economic driver of the district.
The vast reserves of marble in the district are a great potential for ceramic industry. Various support infrastructure projects planned across the proposed DMIC are expected to further boost the economic growth of the region due to the improved intra and inter State connectivity of the district.