29th May 2024 10:05:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

Tawang, May 29: The Department of Food and Civil Supplies, along with the District Administration organized a one-day training and interaction program on achieving 100% e-KYC for National Food Security Act (NFSA) beneficiaries in Tawang district. The event took place at the conference hall of the DC office in Tawang. Fair price shop owners and representatives from cooperative societies of Tawang attended the program.
Deputy Commissioner, Tawang Kanki Darang emphasized the importance of expediting the updating of NFSA beneficiaries, especially those under AAY and PH categories, in the Aadhaar-enabled Point of Sale (POS) system. Attendees were encouraged to address their queries during the technical session, where the District Coordinator Ae-pos and officials from the Civil Supplies department provided clarification.
The incharge DFCSO Tawang highlighted the significance of Aadhaar seeding in the public distribution system to enhance transparency. It was stressed that no eligible beneficiary should be excluded from receiving benefits.
During the technical session, SIFCS Sange Tsering delivered a comprehensive presentation on updating beneficiaries through the ae-pos system. District Coordinator ae-pos Dorjee Wangchu conducted hands-on training for the attendees.

Kenter Joya Riba

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