PM Kisan

PM Kisan – Registration, Status Check, eKYC, Benefits, 2022

Here in this article we have mentioned each  and everything about the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi PM Kisan Yojana scheme for farmers who are looking for detailed information. In this post you will understand how to do pm kisan registration, pm kisan ekyc, status check and also look at the benefits from this scheme.

So if you are a farmer in India, then go and apply for pm kisan samman nidhi online on the official portal. After registration do apply for pm kisan ekyc online or can also do it offline at the CSC center for pm kisan registration and kyc.

So let us check out the pm kisan samman nidhi yojana scheme portal in detail, the online new udyam registration process, the ekyc beneficiary status process, and the farmer benefits & the latest updates on the schemes.

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What is PM Kisan?

The Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi PM KISAN is a centrally funded scheme that provides income support to all landholding farmer families in the country in order to support their financial requirements. The full financial burden for transferring benefits to designated recipients will be met by the Government of India under the Scheme. PM Kisan is a Central Sector Scheme that is completely sponsored by the Government of India. The pm funds will be deposited into the beneficiaries’ bank accounts instantly.

Important Note for Farmers:

The deadline for completing PM KISAN eKYC has been extended until July 31, 2022.

The government will soon announce the 11th instalment of the PM-Kisan plan.

This scheme provides farmers with additional financial assistance to purchase agricultural and allied inputs, as well as residential requirements.

PM-Kisan provides income assistance to all landholding farmer households with cultivable fields. The Government of India provides all financing for this scheme. It strives to augment farmers’ financial needs for agricultural supplies in order to ensure proper crop health and output.

Under the scheme’s parameters, the State Government and the UT administration determine which farmer households are eligible for financial support. Under this technique, money is quickly transferred to the recipients’ bank accounts after they are identified.

Lets know more about PMKISAN Scheme

  • PM Kisan is a Central Sector Scheme funded entirely by the Government of India.
  • It became active on December 1, 2018. 
  • All land holding farmer households will receive an income support of 6,000/- per year in three equal instalments under the scheme.
  • The scheme defines family as husband, wife, and minor children.
  • All the state government and the UT administration will select farmer families that are eligible for assistance under the scheme guidelines.
  • The pm kisan funds will be deposited immediately to the beneficiaries’ bank saving accounts.
  • The scheme has several Exclusion Categories.

More Recent Changes:

January 1, 2022

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi issued the tenth instalment of the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi on January 1, 2022.

August 9, 2021

On August 9, 2021, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi released the 9th tranche of PM-KISAN money of more over Rs.19,500 crore to more than 9.75 crore beneficiary farmer families under the PM-KISAN scheme.

14th May 2021

On May 14, 2021, the Central Government released the eighth tranche of PM-KISAN money of Rs.19,000 crore to 9.5 crore PM-KISAN beneficiaries in order to assist farmers.

Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi PM Kisan Eligibility Criteria

All landholder farmers’ families are eligible for benefits under this pm kisan scheme. According to the scheme criteria, a landholder farmer’s family consists of a husband, wife, and minor children who own cultivable land according to the land records of the respective State or UT. Beneficiaries are identified using the existing land ownership system.

Exclusion Category for the PM-Kisan Scheme

The following types of beneficiaries with better economic status will be ineligible for benefits under the scheme.

  • Each and every institutional landowner.

Farmer families who fall under one or more of the following categories:

  • Current and former constitutional officeholders
  • Ministers, State Ministers, District Panchayat Chairpersons, Municipal Corporation Mayors, Members of Lok Sabha or Rajya Sabha, State Legislative Assemblies or State Legislative Councils
  • Every retired and serving employee and officer of Central or State Government Ministries, Offices, or Departments, as well as its field units, or Central/State PSEs and affiliated offices or autonomous institutions under government, as well as personnel of local governments. (Class IV/Multi Tasking Staff/Group D personnel are excluded.)
  • Every superannuated or retired pensioner receives a monthly pension of Rs.10,000 or more (excluding Class IV/Multi Tasking Staff/Group D employees).
  • Everyone who paid Income Tax in the previous assessment year.
  • Professionals such as engineers, doctors, chartered accountants, lawyers, and architects are registered with professional organisations and perform their trade.

PM Kisan Scheme Benefits Offered by the Central Government

The PM Kisan scheme provides income support of Rs.6,000 per year to all farmer families with cultivable land in their names, regardless of the extent of their landholdings.

Every year, Rs.6,000 is distributed in three equal instalments as follows:

Instalment Period of Payment
Rs.2,000 April-July
Rs.2,000 August-November
Rs.2,000 December-March

PM Kisan Aadhaar Link 

To profit from the PM-Kisan scheme, farmers must have an Aadhaar card. Farmers who do not have an Aadhaar card cannot enrol or register as beneficiaries under the PM-Kisan scheme. The instalment is only available through the Aadhaar-seeding database.

Beneficiaries can link their Aadhaar to the PM-Kisan portal’s bank account by following the steps below:

  1. Visit to the PM-Kisan government portal (https://pmkisan.gov.in/).
  2. Scroll down to the ‘Farmers Corner’ section and select ‘Edit Aadhaar Failure Records.’
  3. The page for editing Aadhaar details will open. On the website, pick ‘Aadhar Number,’ enter the Aadhaar Number, Captcha, and click the ‘Search’ button.
  4. The farmers’ dashboard will appear, where they can change or update their Aadhar Number before clicking the ‘Submit’ button.

Farmers can use PM-Kisan e-KYC.

For farmers registered under the PM-Kisan scheme to receive their instalments under the plan, the government has made e-KYC necessary. As a result, farmers registered under the PM-Kisan initiative must complete their e-KYC by May 31, 2022. If a farmer does not complete the e-KYC, he or she will not receive the scheme’s payment.

Previously, the government had authorised farmers to perform Aadhar-based eKYC using OTP authentication on the PM-Kisan portal by March 31, 2022. However, the government has temporarily suspended this option on the PM-Kisan webpage.

As a result, the only way to complete e-KYC is to visit the nearest CSC centre for biometric authentication. However, the deadline for completing e-KYC has been pushed back from March 31, 2022 to May 31, 2022.

Credit Card for PM-Kisan Samman Nidhi

In 1988, the government introduced the Kisan Finance Card (KCC) scheme, which gives farmers with prompt access to credit. The KCC scheme aimed to provide farmers with short-term formal finance. The KCC has been tied to the PM-Kisan plan by the government.

Beneficiaries of the PM-Kisan programme can apply for KCC cards, which allow them to access low-interest short-term loans. The loans made available to farmers through the KCC card give them with a credit limit to acquire equipment and meet other expenses.

The PM-Kisan credit card has the following features:

  • Loans are made available at a modest interest rate of 2% to 4%.
  • Collateral-free loans of up to Rs.3 lakh are available.
  • Crop insurance is incorporated in.
  • Loan repayment options are flexible.

PM-Kisan scheme beneficiaries can apply for PM-Kisan credit cards by following the steps below:

  1. Navigate to the PM-Kisan portal.
  2. Scroll down to the ‘Farmers Corner’ section and select the ‘Download KCC Form’ option.
  3. The ‘Loan Application Form for PM-Kisan Beneficiaries’ will be available. This form must be downloaded by the farmers.
  4. Fill out the form completely. To apply for KCC cards, farmers must fill out the form and pick the option ‘Issue of fresh KCC’ under the option ‘B’ section.

Once completed, the form, along with the relevant documentation, must be submitted to the farmer’s bank.

The bank will process the request and issue the farmer with the KCC card.

Beneficiaries can also go to the bank’s website where they want to apply for a PM-Kisan credit card, fill out the application form for the KCC card, and submit it online. The bank will process the application and issue the PM-Kisan recipients with the KCC card.

PM-Kisan Application Process

Farmers may apply for this programme in the following ways:

Eligible farmers can apply under this plan by providing the necessary details to revenue officials, village Patwaris, or other specified officers or agencies.

Eligible farmers can register for the scheme at their nearest Common Service Centres (CSCs) after paying fees, or

Eligible farmers can also self-register on the PM-Kisan portal via Farmers Corner.

The following information is required for registration:

  1. Name.
  2. Age.
  3. Gender.
  4. Phone number
  5. Category(SC/ST).
  6. Aadhaar Number (or, if not issued, the Aadhaar Enrollment Number) and any prescribed document for identity, such as a Voters’ ID, a Driving Licence, an NREGA Job Card, or any other identification issued by the Central/State/UT Government.
  7. The applicant’s bank account number.

PM Kisan New Registration

Here are the steps for pm kisan samman nidhi yojana online apply kisan registration. The following is the procedure for online registration for the PM-Kisan scheme:

  1. Go to the PM-Kisan portal.
  2. Scroll down to the ‘Farmers Corner’ section and select ‘New Farmer Registration.’
  3. The page of ‘New Farmer Registration Form’ will appear. If the farmer is already registered on the portal, the registration page will confirm this.
  4. To verify, the farmer must choose ‘Rural Farmer Registration’ or ‘Urban Farmer Registration’ and input the Aadhar Number, state from the drop-down list, captcha, and click the ‘Search’ button.
  5. If the farmer’s information is not located in the database, the page will display a confirmation and prompt you to “register yourself.” The farmer must select the ‘Yes’ option.
  6. The registration form will open, and the farmer must enter personal and banking information before clicking the ‘save’ button.

The farmer must complete the registration procedure by following the directions on the page.

Registration for the PM-Kisan Mobile App

Farmers can also register by downloading the PMKISAN mobile app from the Google Play store. Farmers can download the PMKISAN mobile app from the Google Play Store or go to the PM-Kisan website on their mobile device and click on the ‘Download PMKISAN Mobile App’ option in the ‘Farmers Corner’ section.

The PM-Kisan registration process for the PMKISAN mobile app is as follows:

  1. Open the PMKISAN mobile app, select a language from the drop-down menu, and hit the ‘New Farmer Registration’ button.
  2. Enter your Aadhar card number and Captcha, then click the ‘Continue’ button.
  3. Fill out the registration form with information such as your name, bank details, address, IFSC code, and land details, and then click the ‘Submit’ button to finish the register.

Beneficiaries will be determined by the individual states and UTs. Farmers’ information will be kept on file by the states or UTs, either manually or electronically. Beneficiaries will receive their payouts directly into their bank accounts.

Required Documents for PM-Kisan Registration

  • Proof of citizenship
  • Aadhaar card
  • Documents proving land ownership
  • Bank account information

PM-Kisan Application Status Verification

Farmers can verify the progress of their registration after submitting the PM-Kisan application, either online on the PM-Kisan Portal or through the CSC, by following the steps below:

  1. Go to the PM-Kisan portal.
  2. Scroll down to the ‘Farmers Corner’ section and select the ‘Status of Self-Registered/CSC Farmers’ option.
  3. Enter your ‘Aadhaar Number,’ ‘Image code’ (Captcha code), and then click the ‘Search’ button.
  4. The status of the registered application will be displayed.

PM Kisan Beneficiary Status 

The list of PM-Kisan beneficiaries is published by the government on the official PM-Kisan portal. Farmers can examine their PM-Kisan status after registering on the platform. This initiative will reward farmers whose names appear on the PM-Kisan beneficiary list.

The following is the technique for checking the status of a PM-Kisan:

  1. Navigate to the official PM-Kisan website.
  2. Scroll down to the ‘Farmers Corner’ section and select the ‘Beneficiary Status’ tab.
  3. The page ‘Beneficiary Status’ will appear.
  4. Enter your Aadhar number, account number, or mobile number, as well as the Captcha, and then click the ‘Get Data’ option.

When you click the ‘Get Data’ button, all of the PM-Kisan beneficiary’s transaction details will be displayed. The last instalment details, the date the last payment was sent to the beneficiary’s account, and the bank account credited to will be displayed on the screen.

Beneficiaries can also check the list of PM-Kisan schemes for a specific village.

Farmers can find out if they are on the list of beneficiaries for this scheme in their village by completing the steps below:

  1. Navigate to the official PM-Kisan website.
  2. Scroll down to the ‘Farmers Corner’ section and select the ‘Beneficiary List’ button.
  3. The page ‘Beneficiaries under PM Kisan’ will appear.
  4. Enter the Status, District, Sub-district, Block, and Village information, then click the ‘Get Report’ button.
  5. The beneficiary status of the PM-Kisan will be displayed.

Helpline Number for PM-Kisan

Farmers can contact the PM-Kisan Helpline at 155261/011-24300606.

Frequently Asked Questions

When was the PMKisan scheme launched?

The Hon’ble Prime Minister introduced the PM Kisan Scheme on February 24, 2019.

On what date did the PMKisan scheme go into effect?

The PM Kisan scheme takes effect from December 1, 2018.

What is the PM Kisan Helpline Number/ PMKisan customer care number?

Please contact PM KISAN SAMMAN NIDHI Helpline Number/ Customer Care Number : 011 243 006 06

Is the scheme applicable to Small and Marginal Farmers families?

The scheme is open to all landholding farmers’ families that have cultivable land holding in their names. It does not apply only to Small and Marginal Farmers (SMF) families.

How will the PM-Kisan scheme recipients be selected and shortlisted for payment of benefits under the scheme?

The state or UT government is entirely responsible for identifying qualified farmers’ families in order to provide benefits under this scheme. After farmers register on the PM-Kisan portal, the existing record of lands or land ownership systems in various states or UTs would be used to identify and shortlist the beneficiaries for transferring benefits under this scheme.

What is the cause for the delay in receiving the PM-Kisan scheme instalment?

The PM-Kisan scheme instalment might be halted for a variety of reasons. Some of the most common reasons are as follows:

  • The name entered on the PM-Kisan portal during registration does not match the name on the bank account.
  • The instalment cannot be credited to the account because of mistakes in the bank’s data, such as the IFSC code and account number.
  • The variation in the names on the Aadhar card or pan card could be the reason for not receiving the instalment payment.

Can the information on the PM-Kisan portal be changed?

Yes. The registration information can be edited or updated on the PM-Kisan portal. The following is the procedure for updating the information on the PM-Kisan registration:

  • Navigate to the official PM-Kisan website.
  • Scroll down to ‘Farmers Corner,’ and then click the ‘Update Self Registered Farmer’ button.
  • The page ‘Edit Self Registered Farmer Details’ will appear.
  • Enter the Aadhar number and Captcha, then click the ‘Search’ button to edit the data.

Will the PM-Kisan scheme benefits be credited straight to the beneficiaries’ accounts?

The reward of Rs.2,000 per instalment would be credited immediately to the beneficiaries’ bank accounts.

Are farmers living in cities eligible for payments under the PM-Kisan scheme?

Yes. The scheme makes no distinction between rural and urban cultivable land. Thus, both farmers in rural and urban areas are included by the programme, provided that the lands in urban areas are actually under cultivation.

How to apply pm kisan?

For Pradhanmantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana new registration 2022 follow these step one by one.

  • Go to the official PM-Kisan website.
  • Scroll down to ‘Farmers Corner,’ and then click the ‘New Farmer Registration’ button.
  • The page ‘New Farmer Registration Form‘ will appear.
  • Enter the Aadhar number, mobile number, select the state and Captcha, then click the ‘Get OTP’ button to move forward.
  • One time password OTP will be sent to your registered mobile number which is linked with your aadhar card.
  • Enter the Aadhar registered mobile OTP and then click the ‘Verify Aadhar OTP’ button.
  • A new registration page will open. Some of the details are automatically filled up from your aadhar card.
  • Enter your details like address, bank account details, land details and ration card number.
  • At the end upload the three documents land registration, aadhar card and bank passbook and then click the ‘Save’ button.
  • After that you have to make a payment, and after that you will get famer id.
  • So after the your pm kisan new registration is successfully completed.

Note: All the document uploaded and mentioned on the new farmer registration form will be verified by the government official team.

Note: Your Aadhaar will be validated by UIDAI. You will only be able to register if your Aadhaar is authenticated.

Note: Upload a land registration document, aadhar card and bank passbook in PDF file that is less than 100 KB in size.

Can farmers use the PM-Kisan plan to offset the value of agricultural land used for non-agricultural purposes?

No, the scheme does not include agricultural land utilised for non-agricultural purposes. Only farmers with cultivable land utilised for agricultural purposes are eligible for the scheme’s advantages.

Who is not eligible for the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM-KISAN) Scheme?

The scheme does not apply if the owner of the agricultural land is a government employee. Farmers who earn a pension of Rs 10,000 per year are ineligible for the scheme’s benefits. This plan also excludes Registered Doctors, Engineers, Lawyers, and Certified Public Accountants.

How do I obtain a list of PM-KISAN (Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi) Schemes?

Farmers who have applied for the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Scheme can track the status of their application online. You can learn more about this by going to pmkisan.gov.in and entering your registration number. The scheme’s reward of Rs 6000 is paid to the farmer in three instalments.

Is a government employee eligible for the PM-KISAN Scheme (Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi)?

No, they are not eligible. PM Kisan’s ninth instalment has already been issued by the central government. Farmers will also receive the 9th instalment of the PM-KISAN (Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi) Scheme in the near future. Employees of the Central Government, State Governments, Public Sector Undertakings, and Autonomous Organizations who own cultivable land in villages in their names are ineligible to benefit from the scheme.

Is PM kisan registration open?

Yes, it open. Apply for new farmer registration and also update your eKYC on or before July 31, 2022.

Where to apply PM kisan samman nidhi?

Go to the official PM-Kisan website (https://pmkisan.gov.in/) to apply for PM kisan samman nidhi yojana scheme.

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