Prime Minister Narendra Modi released the PM Kisan 12th installment on October 17, 2022. Under the scheme, eligible farmers will receive Rs 2,000 direct transfer subsidy in their accounts. Want to find out if you received the PM Kisan installment in your account? get the information by following these simple steps.
PM Kisan status check in steps
Step 1: To check your PM Kisan status, visit the official website. Under ‘Farmers Corner’ select the option ‘Beneficiary Status’.
Step 2: Proceed with your search using your Aadhaar number or account number. Select the relevant option and hit ‘Get Data’ for your PM Kisan status.
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How to check status on PM Kisan App?
Step 1: Download the PM Kisan Mobile Application from the official website of PM Kisan. You can also directly go to the Google Play store on your Android device and type PM Kisan App and can download it from there as well.
Step 2: Click on the ‘Beneficiary Status’.
Step 3: Provide your the details to check status.
PM Kisan list 2022
Step 1: To check PM Kisan beneficiary list 2022, go to the official website and select the ‘Beneficiary List’ option under ‘Farmers Corner’.
Step 2: Select state, district, sub-district, block and village from the drop-down menus and click on ‘Get Report’.
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Reasons why PM Kisan installment did not reach your account
Owing to the following errors, you might have failed to get the 11th installment of your PM Kisan money:
- Due to spelling mistakes
- Wrong address
- Wrong Aadhaar details
- Language selection
- Failure to complete e-KYC
PM Kisan e-kyc
Farmers who have not completed their PM Kisan e KYC have not be able to get 12th installment of the PM Kisan subsidy in their accounts. Farmers can complete their Aadhaar-based eKYC online. They can also visit the nearest CSC centers for biometric authentication of PM Kisan eKYC.
How to complete PM Kisan e KYC online?
Step 1: Go to the official PM Kisan website and you will find the ‘e-KYC’ option under the ‘Farmers Corner’, towards the right side of the page.
Step 2: On the next page, you will be asked to provide your Aadhaar number. Enter your Aadhaar number and click on the ‘Search’ option.
Step 3: You will now receive a four-digit OTP on your registered mobile number. Enter this on the next page and click on ‘Submit OTP’ option.
With this, your PM Kisan e KYC will be complete.
Note: In case the information provided by you is not valid, the e KYC will not be complete. Those who have already completed their PM Kisan e KYC will get a message that eKYC is already done.
PM Kisan registration
Step 1: Farmers can register for the benefits of the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi scheme on the official website. Select the ‘New Farmer Registration’ option under ‘Farmers Corner’.
Step 2: Input all the details in the PM Kisan registration form and click on ‘Send OTP’. Enter the OTP for verification and you will be registered on the PM Kisan portal.
What is the PM Kisan Yojana?
PM Kisan: Overview
|Name of the scheme||Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM Kisan)|
|Run by||Central government of India|
|Date of launch||February 24, 2019|
|Launched by||Narendra Modi|
|Launched from||Gorakhpur, UP|
|Effective since||December 1, 2018|
|Beneficiary||All landholding farmer families, having cultivable landholding in their names|
|Aim||To supplement financial needs of land holding farmers|
|Annual benefit offered to a family||Rs 6,000 (in three installments of Rs 2,000)|
|Mode of payment||Direct benefit transfer in accounts|
|Farmers benefitted so far||11.78 crores|
|Amount disbursed so far||Rs 2 lakh crores (till October 2022)|
Funded completely by the central government, the PM Kisan scheme became operational on December 1, 2018. Under the scheme, an income support of Rs 6,000 per year is provided to all land-holding farmer families. A family gets three equal installments of Rs 2,000 between April-July, August-November and December-March.
The money is directly credited in the bank accounts of the beneficiaries. Under the PM Kisan scheme, a family consists of the husband, the wife and their minor children. State governments and UT administrations are responsible for identifying families that are eligible for support under the PM Kisan scheme.
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PM Kisan: Objective
- To supplement the financial needs of small and marginal farmers.
- To protect farmers from undue reliance on moneylenders.
PM Kisan scheme eligibility
When the PM Kisan scheme was officially launched on February 24, 2019 (although it had been operational since December 2018), its benefits were offered only to farmers’ families with combined landholding of up to 2 hectares. The scheme was later revised w.e.f. June 1, 2019 and extended to all farmer families, irrespective of the size of their landholdings. Thus, all landholding farmers’ families that have cultivable landholding in their names, are eligible to receive benefits under the scheme.
However, the following farmers are not eligible for benefits under the PM Kisan scheme:
a) All institutional land holders
b) Farmer families where one or more of its members belong to the following categories:
- Present / former ministers/state ministers and present / former members of the Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha, or state legislative assemblies or state or legislative councils, present / former mayors of municipal corporations and present / former chairpersons of district panchayats.
- Former and present holders of constitutional posts.
- All serving or retired officers and employees of central/state government ministries/offices/departments and its field units under central or state PSEs and attached offices/autonomous institutions under government as well as regular employees of local bodies (excluding multi-tasking staff/Class-lV/Group-D employees).
- All persons who paid income tax in the last assessment year.
- All retired pensioners
- Professionals like engineers, doctors, lawyers, chartered accountants and architects.
Information farmers have to submit on PM Kisan portal for receiving benefits
Farmers have to furnish the following information/documents, for enrollment under PM Kisan Scheme:
- Category (SC/ST)
- Aadhaar number
- In case Aadhaar is not available, Aadhaar enrollment number with any other ID proof like voter ID
- Bank account number and IFSC code
- Mobile number (not mandatory)
- Father’s name
- Date of birth
- Land size (in hectare)
- Survey number
- Khasra number
How to check if your name is included in the PM Kisan beneficiary list?
The beneficiary lists are displayed at panchayats. States/UTs also notify the sanction of benefit to the beneficiary through system-generated SMS. You can also ascertain your status on the PM Kisan portal.
Procedure for release of installments to beneficiaries
- Eligible farmers can apply for benefits on www. pmkisan.gov with the help of village patwaris, revenue officials or other designated officers/agencies.
- State-appointed nodal officers at the block or district-level process the data and transfer them to state nodal officers who authenticate the data and upload them in batches on the portal.
- The data goes through multi-level verification by the National Informatics Centre, the Public Finance Management System (PFMS) and banks.
- Based on the verified data, state nodal officers sign the request for transfer of funds and the total amount of funds to be transferred for that batch and upload it on the portal.
- Based on the request for transfer, the PFMS issues a Fund Transfer Order (FTO).
- The Department of Agriculture, Cooperation & Farmers Welfare issues the sanction order, based on the amount mentioned in the FTO.
- The amount is transferred to the bank accounts of the beneficiaries and the transaction is managed and monitored by the National Payment Corporation of India (NPCI).
What to do if your name is not in the PM Kisan beneficiary list?
Farmer families, whose names are not included in the list of beneficiaries, can approach the district-level grievance redressal monitoring committee for inclusion of their names. They can also visit the PM Kisan web portal and use one of the following options to get themselves included in the list:
New Farmer’s Registration: Farmers can submit their details online. The online form has mandatory fields and eligibility self-declaration. Once the form is filled and submitted, the same is forwarded by an automated process to the state nodal officer (SNO) for verification. The SNO verifies the details and uploads the verified data on the PM Kisan portal. This data is processed through an established system for payment.
Edit Aadhaar Details: Farmers can edit their name as mentioned in the Aadhaar card. The edited name gets updated after authentication through the system.
Beneficiary Status: By quoting their Aadhaar number, bank account number or the registered mobile number, beneficiaries can ascertain the status of their installments.
PM Kisan list 2022
On May 31, 2022, prime minister Narendra Modi released the 11th installment of the monetary benefit offered to farmers in India under the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi. Over Rs 21,000 crores has been transferred to more than 10 crore farmer families under the 11th installment of the PM Kisan scheme. Earlier, on January 1, 2022, the PM released the 10th installment of the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi or PM Kisan scheme. In this installment of the PM Kisan scheme, funds of over Rs 20,000 crores were distributed among more than 10 crore beneficiaries. Beneficiaries can check PM Kisan status by logging in to the official website, pmkisan.gov.in.
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PM Kisan 12th installment date
Prime minister Narendra Modi announced the 12th installment of the PM Kisan Yojana on October 17, 2022.
PM Kisan: Installment release date
|PM Kisan 1st installment||February 2019|
|PM Kisan 2nd installment||April 2019|
|PM Kisan 3rd installment||August 2019|
|PM Kisan 4th installment||January 2020|
|PM Kisan 5th installment||April 2020|
|PM Kisan 6th installment||August 2020|
|PM Kisan 7th installment||December 2020|
|PM Kisan 8th installment||May 2021|
|PM Kisan 9th installment||August 2021|
|PM Kisan 10th installment||January 2022|
|PM Kisan 11th installment||May 2022|
|PM Kisan 12th installment||October 17, 2022|
PM Kisan helpline number
Can a farmer family owning more than two hectares of cultivable land get any benefit under the PM Kisan scheme?
The PM Kisan scheme has been extended to cover all farmer families, irrespective of the size of their land holdings.
What happens if the beneficiary gives incorrect declaration for the implementation of the scheme?
in case of incorrect declaration, the beneficiary will be liable for recovery of transferred financial benefit and other penal actions.
What is the cut-off date for determination of eligibility of beneficiaries under the scheme?
Under the PM Kisan scheme, the cut-off date for determining eligibility of beneficiaries is February 1, 2019. No changes will be considered for eligibility of benefit under the scheme for the next five years, except in cases where there is transfer of land on succession, following the death of the landholder.
What is the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi scheme helpline number?
The Kisan Samman Nidhi scheme direct toll free helpline number is 011-24300606, 155261.
How to rectify the bank number in PM Kisan Samman Nidhi application form?
Visit the nearest CSC center to rectify or update your bank number in the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi application form.
How can I apply for PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Scheme?
You can apply for the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Scheme online or by visiting your nearest CSC center.
Can a farmer who does not have land holding in his own name get benefit under the PM Kisan scheme?
No, land holding is the sole eligibility criteria for benefits under the PM Kisan scheme.
What are the documents required to apply for the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana?
The following documents are required to apply for the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana: 1. Copy of Khasra Khatauni/Kisan credit card 2. Bank passbook 3. Aadhaar card
Is it compulsory for PM Kisan scheme beneficiaries to give their bank account?
Yes, beneficiaries are required to provide their bank account details along with their Aadhaar number. No benefit can be transferred, if the bank account details have not been provided.
Can farmers get benefit of the PM Kisan scheme against agricultural land being used for non-agricultural purposes?
Agricultural land that is used for non-agricultural purposes, is not covered under the scheme.