The PM-Kisan Yojana intends to provide Rs: 6,000 per year as essential income support to small and marginal farmers.
What is the PM KISAN Scheme?
The PM-Kisan Yojana intends to provide Rs: 6,000 per year in minimum income support to small and marginal farmers. This 75,000-crore scheme promises to benefit 125 million farmers across India, regardless of their landholding size.
The State government and the UT administration will use this system to identify farmer families eligible for assistance based on the scheme’s parameters. The funds will then be deposited straight into the beneficiaries’ bank accounts.
Who are the eligible farmers for PM KISAN?
This scheme provides advantages to all landholding, qualifying farming households. In addition, the following farmers are eligible:-Landholding farmers’ families with cultivable landholding can apply under this scheme-Farmers from rural and urban areas-Small and marginal farmers’ families.
Who is not eligible for PM KISAN?
This scheme excludes tax-paying citizens, professionals such as doctors, engineers, and lawyers, and institutional landowners. Furthermore, families with approved posts or retired people receiving a monthly pension of more than Rs 10,000 are not eligible to register for this scheme.
Advantages of PM KISAN
Under this scheme, all landholding farmer households would receive a monetary benefit of Rs. 6000 each year, payable in three equal installments of Rs. Every four months, each receives 2,000 dollars.
Where to apply for PM KISAN Scheme?
Farmers must go to a local revenue officer (patwari) or a nodal officer appointed by the state government. Farmers can also go to Common Service Centres (CSCs) that are permitted to register them for the scheme for a charge.
Farmers can also register themselves using the PM KISAN portal’s Farmer’s Corner.
Documents Required for PM KISAN Scheme
Name, age, gender, category (SC/ST), Aadhaar number, or any other prescribed documents for identity are all required for registration.