New Delhi8 hours ago
- copy link
Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi transferred the 10th installment of Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi to the accounts of more than 10.09 crore farmers. PM Modi transferred Rs 20,946 crore to the bank accounts of farmers through video conferencing. During the program, PM Modi also interacted with the people associated with the Farmer Producer Organization (FPO).
Along with this, PM Modi also released equity grant of more than 14 crores to about 351 Farmer Producer Organizations, this will benefit more than 1.24 lakh farmers. Central Agriculture Narendra Singh Tomar was also present on this occasion.
Condoled the accident in Vaishno Devi complex
During the program, while condoling the accident in Vaishno Devi campus, he said that I express my condolences on the tragic accident that took place in Mata Vaishno Devi complex. My sympathies are with those who have lost their loved ones in the stampede, those who have been injured.
Net zero carbon emission target by 2070
PM Modi said that while leading the world against climate change, India has also set a target of net zero carbon emission in front of the world by 2070. Today India is working on hydrogen mission, taking lead in electric vehicles.
bio fuel from agricultural residues
The Prime Minister said that many new units are being set up across the country to make bio fuel from agricultural residues. Seven years ago, less than 400 million liters of ethanol were produced in the country every year. Today the same production is happening more than 340 crore liters.
He said that PM Gatishakti National Master Plan is going to give a new edge to the pace of infrastructure construction in the country. Giving new dimensions to Make in India, the country has implemented ambitious plans for new sectors like chip manufacturing, semiconductors.
Under this scheme, 6 thousand rupees are available in a year
Under the Kisan Samman Nidhi, the government transfers Rs 6000 every year to the account of farmers in three installments of Rs 2,000 each. Under the scheme, the first installment is released between April-July, the second installment between August-November and the third installment between December-March.
How to check installment status?
You can also check status on mobile
You can also check the installment status on your mobile. For this you have to first download the PM Kisan mobile app. You can register as a new farmer through the app. You can check the status of your application. You can make any corrections in the submitted information. You can check your status in the beneficiary list. You can check your transaction number. Apart from this, there are many other facilities too.
What to do if the installment has not come?
If you are facing any problem in the registration of this scheme or have any problem related to your installment or any other question, then for this you have to go to the help desk in Farmer’s Corner on the official website of PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana. After clicking on Help Desk, here you enter your Aadhar Number, Account Number or Mobile Number. On clicking get details query form will appear. Here in the drop down options related to account number, payment, Aadhaar and other problems are given. Choose it according to your problem and also write its description below. Submit it now.
Farmers will also have to complete the process of e-kyc. For this, one has to go to the official website of PM Kisan https://pmkisan.gov.in and choose the option of e-kyc. After this, you have to enter your Aadhar number and registered mobile number. Now an OTP will come on your mobile. After entering the OTP, another Aadhaar OTP will come. After entering the Aadhaar OTP, this process will be completed.
How to check your name in beneficiary list?
Is PM-KISAN scheme only for small farmers?
Initially when the PM-Kisan scheme was launched (February, 2019), its benefits were only for the families of small and marginal farmers. This included those farmers who had combined land holding of up to 2 hectares. In June 2019, the scheme was revised and extended to all farmer families. However, some farmers are still excluded from the scheme.
Who has been excluded from the PM-KISAN scheme?
Those excluded from PM-KISAN are institutional land holders, farmer families holding constitutional posts, serving or retired officers and employees of the state or central government. It also includes officers-employees of public sector undertakings and government autonomous bodies. Apart from these, professionals like doctors, engineers and lawyers, as well as retired pensioners with a monthly pension of more than Rs 10,000 and those who have paid income tax in the previous assessment year are also excluded from this scheme.
How to Register for PM-KISAN Scheme?