Ration Card Online- Sikkim

Ration Card Online- Sikkim

Detailed Information regarding issuing of Ration Card in Sikkim | Application Form | Update Ration Card in Sikkim | Correction/ Change in Name, Address in Gangtok, Jorethang, Namchi and Rangpo- The government of Sikkim State has provided online facility for the citizens of Sikkim. By the online facility in Sikkim, people can apply online for Ration Card related issues in the state.

Sikkim State Ration Card Department-

Department Name- Department of Food & Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs
Address- Food & Civil Supplies & CA Government of Sikkim, Gangtok- 737101
Phone Number- 03592-202708
Helpline No.- 1800-345-3236
Official Website URL- http://sikkimfcs-cad.gov.in/ration_card.html

Documents Required for Ration Card in Sikkim-

  • Voter’s Identity Card
  • Certificate of Identification/ Sikkim Subject
  • Land Parcha Showing Ownership Of Land
  • Surrender Certificate of Ration Card from other states.

Download Application Form for the New Ration Card-

The applicants going to apply for New Ration Card in Sikkim, or the families who want ay change in Ration Card, can download the Application Form from the below given link. The form should be duly filled up by the applicant, and to be submitted at the nearest office of Food & Supply. The ink for Ration Card Application Form is Here.

Schemes by Sikkim State Government –

Various schemes have been implemented by the government of Sikkim for the benefit of the public like-

  1. Below Poverty Line
  2. Mukhya Mantri Antyodaya annadan Yojana(MMAAY)
  3. Expended Antyodaya Annadan Yojana
  4. Annapurna Scheme
  5. Welfare Institution
  6. Wheat Schemes

Know the Benefits of Ration Card

Necessary Documents for Ration Card

Eligibility for Ration Card

Updated: April 11, 2017 — 3:44 pm

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