RTI Act 
 / District wise Buffer Godowns and their capacities
 Tenders Evaluation Status
Paddy Procurement System
Public Distribution Systems
Stock Allocations system (ePDS) 
Supply Chain Mangement (SCM)     System 
Electronic point of system (ePOS)
Deepam Scheme
Vechicle Tracking System
Monitoring of Stage-I & Stage-II Truck Movements thorugh GPS.   
Decentralized Procurement (DCP) Paddy & Rice
DCP(PPT File Format)
Mana Biyyam
Important Guidelines
DCP- Operational Guidelines- KMs 2018-19
Procurement policy for KMS 2018-19
Procurement policy for KMS 2017-18
Procurement Policy for KMS 2013-14
Operational Guidelines for Paddy
Model Agreement for Custom Milling Of Paddy
Integrated Electronic Solution to PDS Management
Power Point Presentation
Detailed Note
Committee Proceedings
Sub-Committee Proceedings



MIS Reports:


1) Matched/Unmatched IORs

2) Matched/Unmatched IOGs

3) Matched/Unmatched IOCPFs

4) IORs sent by Head Office

5) Accounts Head Balances

6) Cash Balances

7) View Vouchers

8) Stock Ledger Summary

9) MLS wise Stock Ledger Summary

10) District Stock Summary (OB & CB)

11) RO/Truck Chit Movement Details

12) Report on VAT

13) Trial Balance

14) Grouping of Accounts

15) Profit & Loss Accounts / Balance Sheet

16) Schedules



 a) Accounting Policies:


 a.   Fixed Assets of the Corporation are sown at acquisition cost less depreciation.

b.   Government grants received against specific assets are reduced from the cost of such fixed assets.

c.    Depreciation  on  fixed  assets  is  provided  for  on  written-down  value  method  at  the  rates prescribed under Schedule XIV of  the Companies Act, 1956 as amended from time to time.


 a.     Stock-in-trade is accounted on the basis of closing stock certificates where 100% weighment is made; otherwise book balances are adopted, as certified by the respective custodians.

b.    Where  the  stocks  are  held  by  State  Warehousing Corporation  /  Central  Warehousing Corporation the stocks are accounted on the basis of the certificates issued by the SWC / CWC authorities.

c.    Stock-in-trade is valued at purchase cost, freight, and handling etc., incurred from the place of obtaining to storage point as per the Accounting Standard-2 or market value / net realizable value (which includes subsidy in case of rice) whichever is less as is being followed consistently. The Corporation is following FIFO method for valuation of inventories. The closing stock of redgram dall valued at average cost of converted dall supplied by various millers against redgram obtained  from  4 nodel  points  at  applicable  conversion  rate as the different  varieties  of  gram  supplied  to  millers  at  different places  hence  the  rate  is  not ascertainable.  Others are valued at cost.

d.    The Corporation is following the same norms for storage losses  as prescribed by the SWC. Storage losses beyond permissible  limits are recoverable from the custodians.

e.    The stocks are physically verified every month as well as at the end of the financial year by the authorized officers of the              Company.


Pending claims against the employees, Stockist and Transport Contractors towards shortages of stocks / sale proceeds if any are included in Sundry Debtors.


a.     PRICE EQUALISATION FUND ON SUGAR: The Price Equalization Fund on Levy Sugar represents balance either payable to or receivable from FCI (after adjusting the cost of sugar, commission and trading expenses from gross sale proceeds).

b. PRICE  EQUALISATION  FUND  ON  PALMOLEIN  OIL:  The  Price  Equalization  Fund  on Palmolein Oil is the balance amount after adjusting the purchase cost of oil, transport charges, service charges and margin to Civil Supplies Corporation against the gross sale proceeds either payable to / receivable from Government of Andhra Pradesh as per the price structure fixed by the Government.

c. PRICE EQUALISATION FUND ON KEROSENE:  The Price Equalization Fund on kerosene is to  maintain  uniform  rate  of  supply  of  kerosene  to  the  consumers.  The balance on hand represents either payable to or receivable from Government of Andhra Pradesh.


a.   BAD & DOUBTFUL DEBTS: Provision for bad and doubtful debts is made after assessment of the prospects of realization /  recovery.


Provision towards gratuity and earned leave liability is made on an accrual basis.


All income and expenditure are accounted on accrual basis except otherwise stated.


Sales of commodities are booked on the basis of actual delivery from the Corporation’s storage points.  Sales are shown net of VAT.

9. While calculating subsidy receivable from the Government.

a.    Storage, freight and handling charges are apportioned on the basis of quantity.

b.    Administrative expenses are apportioned on the basis of net trading quantity.


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