CSD Car Prices in India Updated 2019 – Latest Prices of Maruti, Hyundai, Honda, Toyota, Ford, Mahindra and Tata

CSD Car Prices in India Updated 2019 – Latest Prices of Maruti, Hyundai, Honda, Toyota, Ford, Mahindra and Tata

CSD Car Prices at discount Rates by through Canteen Stores Department to Defence Force Personnel in India 2019 – Latest Prices of Maruti, Hyundai, Honda, Toyota, Ford, Mahindra and Tata

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CSD Canteens in India

CSD (Canteen Stores Department) provides a tremondus service to all group of Armed Forces Defence Personnel and some other ordnance employees working under Defence Ministry since 1948. CSD Depots located spread over in India around 34 Depots and has crossed a turn-over of Rs.17,000 crores in 2016-17.

URC Canteens

CSD provides its consumers, all over the country, quality products of daily use at rates less than those prevailing in the market. These items are meant for sale to Armed forces, Defence civilians, ex-servicemen and their families through URC Canteesn.

CSD Head Office

CSD Head Office is located at Mumbai. The Department controls and manages its field operations through a network of 34 Area Depots located across the length and breadth of the country.

Unit Run Canteen – Entitlement and Procedure for Purchas
of Items Against-Firm-Demand (AFD) CATEGORY-I
Four-wheelers

Car Eligibility

The eligibility of four wheeler to all defence and entitled civilians is appended below refer IHQof MoD letter No. 96350/Q/DDGCS/CAR/Policy 12 Jan 2016 placed at Appendix 9A:-

S. No Category CC Periodicity
1 Officers (Including& Retd Widows) 3000 Once in Four Years
2 JCOs granted Honorary Commission & Equivalent (Including Retd & Widows) 2500 Once in Seven Years
3 JCOs & Equivalent (Including Retd & Widows) 2000 Once in Service & Once after Retirement. First Car after ten years of Service. Gap between purchases of two to be ten years. If the late husband had purchased a car each while in service after retirement then the widow will not be eligible to buy a car. In case late husband had purchased only one car then widow can buy one car through CSD, after gap of 10 years from the date of last purchase.
4 OR & Equivalent (Including Retd & Widows) 1800 Once in Service & Once after Retirement. First Car after ten years of Service. Gap between purchases of two to be ten years. If the late husband had purchased a car each while in service after retirement then the widow will not be eligible to buy a car. In case late husband had purchased only one car then widow can buy one car through CSD, after gap of 10 years from the date of last purchase.
5 Civilian Officers of MoD paid out of Defence Estimates and Officers of CSD (Grade Pay Rs 6600 – and above) 3000 Once in Four years.
Groups wise CSD Products

GROUP Type of Item Items covered
I Toilet Requisites Toilet Soaps, Oral Care, Hair care, Cosmetics, Detergent, Diapers and Napkins etc.,
II Household Requisites Electrical Appliances, Cookers, Crockery, Kitchenware, Sewing Machines and other Household requisites such as Gas Stove, Flask, Casserole, Light Products and Torch Cell etc.,
III General Use Items Hosiery items, Plastic ware, Footwear, Luggages, Undergarments, Helmet, Sunglasses, Track suit, Sports Goods and Plastic Furniture etc.,
 IV Wrist Watches & Stationery Wrist Watches & Stationery V Liquor Rum, IMFL, Brandy, Scotch Whisky, BIO, Breezer, Wine & Beer etc.,
VI Food & Medical Items Food, Beverages & Medicinal items etc,
VII AFD Items Television, Refrigerators, Washing Machines, Twowheelers, Cars, Tractors, Cooking Ranges (Ovens & Chimneys), Air Conditioners & Geysers etc.
AFD Items

AFD items have been divided into two categories.

Category – I.

These items are not stocked by the Depots but are arranged by CSD and collected by consumers directly from dealers e.g. Refrigerators, TVs, Washing Machines, Air conditions, Microwave Ovens, Cars, Tractors and Two-wheelers etc. These are supplied as per the following procedure :-

The individual customers will obtain information from CSD Website at www.csdindia.gov.in or from CSD Area Depots & confirm about the availability of these items with the respective dealers. The dealers, in turn, will keep CSD Area Manager informed about the availability of the items from time to time.

The individual customer is required to submit the prescribed form (available with depots/CSD website) duly filled-in and countersigned by the Commanding Officer of the unit, in case of Servicemen & by Station Headquarters or DSS&A Board in case of Ex-servicemen, along-with a UTR generated by a payee Bank and duly signed and stamped by the Banker in token of having transferred the amount through RTGS/NEFT, towards the price of the item. The UTR shall invariably mention the name of the customer who has actually transferred the amount. Every Depot has separate account number and bank; hence, customer is required to verify Bank Account number of the Area Depot before transferring money through RTGS/NEFT to avoid any complication at later stage.

After completion of formalities at the depot, like preparation of Official Receipt, Local Supply Order(LS) on supplier etc., the individual is given an authority letter and a copy of LS Order which is to be submitted to the distributor/dealer for getting the delivery of the item demanded. Normally, AFD-I category items are delivered, based on availability with local dealers.

Category – II

These items are procured by CSD Area Depots based on firm demand received from URC to depot and sold to consumers through URCs for example Ovens, Geysers, Foot Model Sewing Machines, Cooking Ranges, Air Coolers, coir mattress and few other high-value household durable goods (details contained in the Pictorial Price-List) as per the following procedure:-

A separate indent marked AFD-II, duly signed by the Commanding Officer countersigned by Brigadier or equivalent officer should be sent to the depot once a month alongwith the normal demand.

Based on the above indent, orders are placed by the depot on the firm for the supply of item.

On receipt of the item at the Area Depot, the same is invoiced and issued to URC.

Normally it takes three to four weeks for receipt of such items from suppliers.

URCs must ensure immediate collection of such items from depot.

Demand for AFD-II category items, once placed, cannot be cancelled.

*(Value items below Rs. 750/- per item) (A)
*(AFD Items value of items above Rs. 750/- per items)

S No Rank /Cat Monthly Limit*  Liquor Card (B)  Total (A+B) Annual Limit*
(a) Officers & eqvl Rs. 11000/- Rs. 2500/- Rs. 13500/- Rs. 100000/-
(b) JCO granted Hony Commission & eqvl  Rs. 11000/- Rs. 2500/-  Rs. 13500/- Rs. 100000/-
(c) JCOs & eqvl Rs. 8000/-  Rs. 2500/-  Rs. 10500/- Rs. 75000/-
(d) OR & eqvl Rs. 5500/- Rs. 2500/- Rs. 8000/- Rs. 55000/-
(e) Def Civ PB 3&4 Rs. 11000/- NA  Rs. 11000/- Rs. 100000/-
(f) Def Civ PB2 Rs. 8000/- NA Rs. 8000/- Rs. 75000/-
(g) Def Civ PB1 Rs. 5500/- NA  Rs. 5500/- Rs. 55000/-

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