In February last year, PM Narendra Modi had launched a scheme known as Pradhan Mnatri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana to provide financial assistance to small and marginal farmers in India. Under PM-Kisan scheme, Rs. 6000 is being given to eligible farmers in 3 instalments every year. As the new financial year has started for this scheme, a new list has been uploaded on the official website pmkisan.gov.in. If you have applied for PM-Kisan and want to know whether your name is in the list to get Rs. 6000 annually, then you can check your name by visiting this website.
How to check your name on PM Kisan website
If you have applied for this scheme and now want to see your name in PM-Kisan beneficiaries list 2020, then you will have to visit the official website. The new PM Kisan Nidhi Yojana List 2020 can be checked @ pmkisan.gov.in. The Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare will release the list of farmers under PM Kisan Samman Nidhi very soon
Method to Check PM Kisan Nidhi Yojana List 2020 Online
- To see the list of PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Scheme online, click on the official website www.pmkisan.gov.in
- After opening the website, look at the menu bar and go to ‘Farmer Corner’.
- Click on the link that says ‘Beneficiary List’.
- Enter your state, district, sub-district, block and village details.
- After this you have to click on Get Report, after which you will get information.
You can also check PM Kisan Nidhi Yojana List 2020 on your mobile, all you need to do is download the PM-Kisan app and check beneficiary list and status in one click.
If your application has been put on hold due to any document like Aadhaar, mobile number or bank account, then that document can also be uploaded online. If you are a farmer and want to take advantage of this scheme, then you can add your name yourself through this website.
17,793 crore transfer so far under PM-Kisan
The government has so far transferred Rs 17,793 crore in to the bank accounts of about 8.89 crore farmers under the PM Kisan Yojana, a special initiative of the Modi government amid the ongoing lockdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
SOURCE: Krishi Jagran