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Crushing License

Open Market Wholesale/Retail License

Wholesale Controlled Commodities License

Processing after application is submitted for the above licenses

Crushing License

Procedure for issue of Sugar cane, crusher license under the Karnataka Sugar cane crushers licensing (amendment) order 1980. 

Documents to be produced by the applicant

1.      License fee Rs.100/-

2.      Alienation copy

3.      Record of Transfer Certificate  Sugar cane crop

4.      Certificate from pollution control Board.

 

Open Market Wholesale/Retail License

Procedure for issue of open market wholesale/retail food grains, sugar, pulses, edible oil, kerosene oil,  gur licenses under the Karnataka Essential Commodities Licensing order 1986.

 Documents to be produced by the applicant:

 1.      Prescribed application form in Form No. 5.

2.      Karnataka Sales Tax / Central Sales Tax Registration Certificate.

3.      Godown facilities (Rent/lease agreement)

4.      License fee of Rs.100/- for each class of license for wholesale and 40/- for retail license.

5.      Security Deposit in the Form of National Saving Certificate for Rs.300/- for which wholesale, and Rs. 50/- for retail license.

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Wholesale Controlled Commodities License

Procedure for issue of wholesale controlled commodities license for food grains, sugar, kerosene, edible oil, under the Karnataka Essential Commodities  Order 1986

List of documents to be submitted by the applicant:

1.      Prescribed application form in Form No. 5.

2.      Karnataka Sales Tax Registration Certificate.

3.      Godown facilities (Rent/lease agreement)

4.      License fee for each class of license Rs. 100/-

5.      Security Deposit in Urban area Rs.5000/-,  rural area Rs.2,000/- in the form of  National Saving        Certificate.

Processing of Applications

The application for the any of the above mentioned licenses is submitted to the Food & Civil Supplies office located in the D.C. Office.  This application is then sent to the concerned Tahsildar along with all the documents which are submitted. The Tahsildar asks the concerned food inspector to conduct a local mahajar (spot inspection). During this inspection, the food inspector takes statement from the applicant about the details in his application and about his presence during the inspection.   The feasibility report thus prepared is submitted by the Tahsildar to the Deputy Commissioner.  On approval of the Deputy Commissioner it is sent to the section for issue of license.  Within Mandya city the first grade food inspector gives the feasibility report for the same.   The entire process takes about 10 to 15 days.       

In case of an application for ration card the Deputy Director, Food & Civil Supplies approves the feasibility report which is submitted by the First Grade Food Inspector who inspects whether the applicant resides in the place mentioned in the application, apart from inspecting whether the family members mentioned in the application are residing with the applicant.

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