Consumer Affairs, Food & Civil Supplies

Toll Free Services: NFSA:1967 , Consumer Help Line: 1800-425-00333

The Website of Consumer Affairs, Food & Civil Supplies Department is

The key Contact Numbers of Civil Supplies Department:

  1. Joint Collector : 9100901418
  2. District Civil Supply Officer : 8008301480

Field Staff Contact Details:

Name of the Civil Supplies Deputy Tahsildar (Enft) Head Quarters Jurisdiction Phone No.
Smt Swapna Mahabubnagar Mahabubnagar
CC Kunta
Devarkadra Mandals
Smt J.Jaya Laxmi Hanwada Hanwada, Gandeed, Kosgi, Maddur, Damaragidda, Nawabpet, Koilkonda Mandals 9160353518
Sri N.B.Raja Ganesh Makthal Makthal, Marikal, Narva Krishna Mandals 9989503510
Sri Mohd Saber Narayanpet Marikal , Dhanwada, Narayanpet, Utkoor 9703206933
Sri MA.Waris Bhoothpur Bhoothpur, Moosapet, Addakal 9490696518
Sri K.Harikrishna Jadcherla Jadcherla, Rajapur Balanagar, Midjil 9441016484

At Mandal Level, the Tahsildars are monitoring the distribution of Essential Commodities under Public Distribution System through 804 Fair Price Shops and also identifying the beneficiaries for sanction of LPG connections under Deepam scheme.

The Civil Supplies Department was originally only a regulatory Department. Subsequently, its activities have been diversified to include procurement of food grains under Minimum Support Price (MSP), Aadhaar based distribution of essential commodities viz. Rice, Wheat,Sugar, Kerosene through 804 Fair Price Shops under the Public Distribution System at subsidized rates through Fair Price Shops to the 370043 Food Security card holders , issue of cards, consumer affairs, monitoring of prices of essential commodities, distribution of LPG connections to BPL women (Deepam Scheme)etc.,


Ensure for procurement of paddy at MSP by Telangana State Civil Supplies Corporation, etc. Decentralized procurement.

Aadhaar based distribution of essential commodities through e-Pos machines under Public Distributi0.on System as per the guidelines under NFS Act 2013

Arranges supply of sannabiyyam to all Govt., Schools under Mid-Day Meals scheme and all Welfare Hostels and comm0.on rice to the Anganwadi Centres under wheat based nutrition programme.

Sanction of Deepam connections to the eligible families.

Arranges Consumer awareness through Consumer Clubs, Consumer Voluntary Organisations, Seminars, workshops and World and National Consumer Rights Days on 15th March and 24th December of every year respectively.

Executes the enforcement activity under various Control Orders issued under Essential Commodities Act, 1955 for checking against hoarding, black marketing, diversions. etc. of essential commodities like, edible oils, edible oil seeds, Petroleum Products viz., Kerosene, Diesel, LPG, Petrol etc. and action under Section 6 A of the Essential Commodities Act, 1955 and PDS rice under TS PDS Control Order 2016.

Monitoring of prices of essential commodities and Market Intervention Operations for controlling the open market prices, if need arises.

As convener arranges the meetings of the Price Monitoring Committee under the Chairmanship of the Collector periodically.


1. Distribution of Rice under Public Distribution System:

Total No. of cards FS cards AFS cards AP cards
370043 341776 27997 270
Total allotment of rice in MTs: 8353.281 MTs 7370.592 MTs 979.895 MTs 2.700 MTs

Supplying of 360 KLs of kerosene to all BPL card holders @ 1 per ltr per card @ Rs.24/- per Ltr.

2.Sanna Biyyam to Schools and Welfare Hostels:

A quantity of 269.06 MTs of sannabiyyam is supplied to 19687 students of 117 hostels run by the Welfare Departments of SC/ST/BC/WD &CW, Disabled, Minority /Education Department etc.

Under Mid-day Meals Scheme, 391 MTs of sannabiyyam is supplied every month to 1389 Schools covering 1.48 Lakh students.

Supply of 820 qtls of common rice is supplied to 1879 ICDS/ AWC centres covering 51898 children and pregnant women under Wheat based Nutrition programme.

3. Mahabubnagar District has been selected as pilot district for distribution of Essential Commodities through e-pos machines and e-pos machines rolled out in all 804 FP shops and distributing the Essential Commodities from May 2017, which resulted savings of about 1000 MTs of Rice per month an average which values 3 crores per month.

4. 31662 LPG connections were allotted to Mahabubnagar District under Deepam Scheme, a list of 25728 identified beneficiaries has been uploaded in Deepam site, and 13524 LPG connections grounded sofar.