Ration Card Status

A Ration Card is a government-issued document that entitles households to purchase subsidized food grains and essential commodities from the Public Distribution System (PDS). Ration Cards are sorted by family income levels—Below Poverty Line (BPL), Above Poverty Line (APL), and Antyodaya—to give benefits properly.

If you've applied for a ration card or already have one and want to check its status, this article will guide you through the process.

How to Check Ration Card Status?

To check the status of a ration card, whether it's a new application or an existing one, simply follow the steps provided below.

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  • Step 3: On the "My RC Details" page, input your Ration Card Number and fill in the captcha.
  • Step 4: Press "Get RC Details" to view the status of your ration card.
Ration Card Status
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You can also check your ration card status by visiting your state's specific ration card website. On its homepage, there should be a feature to check the status of your ration card. Simply enter your ration card number or reference number to get the latest update on its status.

Click the button below to visit your state's ration card portal.

What if my ration card application gets rejected?

If your ration card application is rejected, review the reasons given by the Food and Supply Department. Correct any problems or gather any missing documents needed, and then reapply.

You can also reach out to the Food and Supply Department for assistance or to appeal the rejection.

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Checking your ration card online is a simple and quick way to make sure it's up-to-date and correct.

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