Central government has recently announced to send Rs. 2000 to the bank account of farmers under its biggest agriculture scheme known as Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana or PM-Kisan. Moreover, the seventh installment of Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi scheme will start from December 1. That is, after 25 days, the central government will add Rs 2000 to your account.
But however, you will be left out from availing all these benefits if you haven’t registered yet or have given incorrect information. Many farmers have been left out from availing the benefits if they do these mistakes repeatedly. Let’s know about the scheme in detail and what farmers have to keep in mind during registration to avoid any mistakes.
Farmers Need to Keep These Things in Mind
Under the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana, farmers are given financial assistance of Rs 6000 annually. This help is given through three installments of Rs 2000 each. The beneficiary farmers involved in this scheme have to register first, only then the government transfers this money to the account under Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT). In the last 23 months, the central government has given more than Rs 95 crore help directly to 11.17 crore farmers.
Why Many Farmers Have not Received the Money
Sources in the Ministry of Agriculture say that 1.3 crore farmers have not received the money even after applying because either their record is wrong or there is no Aadhar card. Money will not be transferred if there is a spelling error in the document.
These Details are Necessary for PM Kisan Registration
For this, one has to visit the website of PM Kisan Yojana. Farmers have to fill the online form on this website itself. This form contains some information which is mandatory to give. These include name, gender, caste, farmer type, Aadhaar number, bank branch IFSC code, bank name, bank account number and address.
It is often seen that farmers fill the wrong number due to wrong Aadhaar number or account number. In such a situation, his installment will be stopped. However, this information can be correctly re-entered online on the PM Kisan Portal itself.