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Ceiling limit for purchasing goods in CSD canteens

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Parliament Question & Answer - Ceiling of purchasing in 'Military Canteens'

Yes, there is ceiling for purchasing grocery items in CSD Canteens for all categories card holders.

Canteen Stores Department (CSD) Canteens, which is familiar to known as Military Canteens, every card holder can only purchase within the limit and minimum of Rs.3500 per month. This topic discussed in Parliament today, Defence Minister Shri Manohar Parrikar said in a written reply to a question regarding this subject as follows…


“Ceiling for purchasing goods in military canteens has been prescribed taking into account the budgetary allocation to the Canteen Stores Department (CSD) by the Government, actual need / requirement of the individual and their purchasing power. For ceiling purpose the officials have been divided into 5 categories as mentioned under :-


The ceiling was revised on 21st August 2006 and again on 27th October 2008 to be effective from 1st January 2009. At present no change in the ceiling limit is proposed.

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3 comments:

Lakshmanrao seshagiri said...

Normally the entry card is given only once to the pensioners after retirement.The format represented by change in address is to be designed to have a title over the reasonable benefit of Retired/Retiring Pensioners.

sanjay said...

At least 4-units of liquor should be allowed to DRDO officers

Anonymous said...

With spiralling price rise a revision in the ceiling is mandatory. Very soon one won't be able to purchase anything with the existing quota of rs 3,500



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