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DIRECT BENEFIT TRANSFER (DBT)         
MIS-DBT, Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure

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A decision was taken in the meeting of the National Committee on Direct Cash Transfer held by Hon'ble Prime Minister that Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) will be rolled out from 1 January 2013 in 43 identified districts. The purpose of Direct Benefits Transfer is to ensure that benefits go to individuals' bank accounts electronically, minimising tiers involved in fund flow thereby reducing delay in payment, ensuring accurate targeting of the beneficiary and curbing pilferage and duplication. 28 schemes were identified for DBT rollout in 43 identified districts from 1.1.2013. It was further decided that future benefits under all the 28 schemes would be transferred in the following phased manner - (a) in 20 of the 43 districts, from 1.1.2013 (b) in 11 of the 43 districts after 1.2.2013, and (c) in the remaining 12 of the 43 districts after 1.3.2013.



Guidelines & Documents
Format for Monitoring of Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) for Nodal Ministries/Departments - as on 27th August, 2013 (approved by PMO)
1: DBT Portal Link: Click here
2: Office Memorandums & DOCS: Click here
3:  How the 'game' has changed - an article in Business Standard 31 January 2013:
4:  AAdhaar platform for govt welfare expenses - an article in Hindustan Times Feb. 04, 2013:
5: DBT Implementation Format for 20 districts rolled-out from 01.01.2013
6: DBT Implementation Format for 23 districts to be rolled-out from 01.02.2013/01.03.2013
7: DBT Implementation Format for 43 districts Scheme-wise by Deptts. approved by PMO
8: List of 25 Schemes for DBT Roll-out (as on 10.04.2013)
9: Information and Guidance on DBT by DBT Division, Planning Commission
10: DBT Procedure for Sending Payment Advice to Banks - OM dated 08.01.13
11: DBT Procedure for Seeding AAdhar Numbers - OM dated 08.01.13
12: DBT in Pilot Districts - Guidelines and Standardised Formats dated 26 December 2012
13: List of 51 districts identified in the Phase I of DBT Roll-out from 01.01.2013
14: List of 78 districts to be included in the 2nd Phase of DBT Roll-out from 01.07.2013
15: Presentation on DBT Beneficiary List Management System - presented in the Orientation Workshop on 11th April, 2013