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PM Kisan Status Samman Nidhi Yojana 2022

by Ravi Sharma

“PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana” or PM Kisan Status is the scheme launched by the Central Government on 24 February 2019 in order to help farmers who are struggling with their farms. Through the PM Kisan scheme, farmers are given Rs.6000/- every year and it’s given to them 3 times a year in the form of installments of Rs.2000/- (one for each installment). It is a state government scheme for which farmers have to register online while sitting at home. So far, a large number of farmers have benefited from this scheme since its launch.

What is PM Kisan Status?

The system of distributing the PM Kisan Status installments has been quite the same since the inception of the scheme. Every year, in the month of March, an installment is given to the farmers who had used more than 50 percent of their agricultural land for farming. In case the total agricultural land used by farmers is less than 50 percent, then installment will be given from 1st April to 31st June.

As a government, they are trying to bring about a New India. Their initiatives and programs often require an institutional delivery mechanism. The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), in addition to the Council for Cultural Affairs, has taken the responsibility of guiding this process by avoiding bureaucratic hurdles for all creative projects and programs launched by the government.

The PMO’s Kisan Development Programme (‘Kisan’) is one of these programs that has been designed to bridge the gap between farmers and consumers.

As the PM Kisan Status notification is released on the internet portal, the farmer can check the status of his PM Kisan app installment.

Required documents for PM Kisan 2022:

Below is the list of required documents for PM Kisan 2022: 

  • Aadhar Card
  • Identity card
  • Driving license
  • Voter ID
  • Mobile number
  • ID proof
  • Residence proof
  • Bank passbook
  • Passport size photograph
  • Size of farm
  • Agricultural land papers
  • Land up to 2 hectares, etc.

Steps to apply online for PM Kisan Status 2022:

Step1:

Go to the official website:  www.pmkisan.gov.in

Step 2:

Go to Farmer’s Corner on the home page itself. Then select ‘New Farmer Registration’. Then a registration form will open. Fill in all the required details like your Aadhaar number, image code, etc. Then click on the submit button to complete the registration process.

Steps to check Beneficiary List in PM Kisan Status 2022:

Step 1:

Go to the official website: www.pmkisan.gov.in

Step 2:

Go to Farmer’s Corner on the home page itself. And click on ‘Beneficiary List’.

Step 3:

After clicking on ‘Beneficiary List’ a page will open where you have to fill in any one of the Aadhaar numbers, account numbers, or mobile numbers.

Step 4:

Then click on ‘Get Data’. After clicking on ‘Get Data’ you will see the beneficiary list.

PM Kisan Status

Steps to check the Beneficiary status in PM Kisan Status 2022:

Step 1:

Go to the official website: www.pmkisan.gov.in

Step 2:

Then click on ‘Beneficiary Status’. On the next page, you have to fill in any one of the Aadhaar numbers, account numbers, or mobile numbers.

Step 3:

Then click on ‘Get Data’. After clicking on ‘Get Data’ you will see the beneficiary status.

Steps to Edit Aadhar Failure Record in PM Kisan Status 2022?

Step 1:

Go to the official website: www.pmkisan.gov.in

Step 2:

Then go to “Farmer Corner” and click on the ‘Edit Aadhar Failure Record’.

Step 3:

Then on the next page fill in your Aadhar number, Image number, etc. 

Step 4:

Then click on the submit button to update your Aadhar number.

Steps to check the status of Self Registered / CSC Farmer in PM Kisan Status 2022?

Step 1:

Go to the official website: www.pmkisan.gov.in

Step 2:

Then go to “Farmer Corner” and click on the ‘Status of Self Registered/CSC Farmers.

Step 3:

Then on the next page fill in your Aadhar number, Image number, and captcha code.

Step 4:

Then click on the search button, and finally, you will be able to see all your detailed information.

What are the Steps for Making a Kisan Credit Card in PM Kisan Status 2022?

Step 1:

Go to your bank branch where your Kisan Samman Nidhi account is opened.

Step 2:

Fill out the application form there and submit it to the bank.

Steps to download KCC Form in PM Kisan Status 2022:

Step 1:

Go to the official website: www.pmkisan.gov.in

Step 2:

Then on the home page click on the “Kisan Corner” and then click on ‘Download KCC Form’.

Step 3:

Download the form and fill it out.

Steps to download the Mobile App of PM Kisan Status 2022:

Step 1:

Go to the official website: www.pmkisan.gov.in

Step 2:

Then on the home page click on the “PM Kisan Mobile App” and click on the install button.

How to do Self Registration Update in PM Kisan Status 2022?

Step 1:

Go to the official website: www.pmkisan.gov.in

Step 2:

Then on the home page click on the “Kisan Corner” and then click on “Updation in Self Registration”.

Step 3:

Fill in your Aadhar number and captcha code. Then click on the search button. The self-registration update process will be complete.

Criteria farmers need to fulfill for PM Kisan Status 2022:

The Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi or the PMKSY is a scheme instituted by the Government of India to provide income support to small and marginal farmers owning less than 2 hectares for cultivating crops.

There are certain criteria that need to be fulfilled before the beneficiary can be given the benefits of this scheme. The criteria are as follows:

–  The beneficiary should be a landholder who owns less than 2 hectares of agricultural land in India and cultivates crops on it.

–  Person should be a farmer, a person who cultivates crops and does not own any agricultural land.

–  The beneficiary should be a person having a total income of less than Rs 20,000 per month in a financial year.

–  The beneficiary should not own any other agricultural land apart from the one(s) that he/she owns under the Kisan Credit Card Scheme.

–  Any income generated from other agricultural land owned by the beneficiary will be charged at 4%.

–  The beneficiary should not be a person who is disqualified for any reason from receiving the benefits of this scheme.

The government of India had been experimenting with crop insurance schemes since 1955 when it founded the Crop Insurance Scheme (CIS). The goal of the CIS was to provide crop insurance coverage to farmers, who were vulnerable to natural hazards like floods, droughts, and cyclones. However, the scheme failed to yield desired results despite providing coverage to nearly 35% of farmers between 1955 and 2010.

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