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Monday, 10 August 2020

PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana 2020 New List / Status Check @ pmkisan.gov.in Online

Central govt. has released Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana New List of beneficiaries 2020 at pmkisan.gov.in. All the farmers who had previously applied online can now check their name in PM Kisan Samman Nidhi 2020 Beneficiary List. Moreover, farmers who had earlier filled PM-KISAN registration form can even check their application status. The 6th installment of PM Kisan Scheme has been sent into bank accounts of 8.5 crore farmers with total allocation of Rs. 17,000 crore. 
A new link to check Status of Self Registered / CSC farmer of PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojna is functional at official portal. Under PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Scheme, a direct payment of Rs. 6000 per year is transferred in three equal installments of Rs. 2000 each every four months into the Aadhar ceded bank accounts of farmers families. 

Now check the complete process of how to check your name in PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana list of beneficiaries for FY 2020 and tracking of PM-KISAN application status.

PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana 2020 New List of Beneficiaries

Below is the complete procedure to check your name in PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana 2020 Beneficiary List:-
  • At the homepage, click at the "Farmers Corner" section and then click at the "Beneficiary List" link.
  • Here candidates can enter their state name, district name, sub-district name, block name, village name and click at the "Get Report" button.
  • Afterwards, the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana 2020 Beneficiary List will appear as follows:-
Here farmers can check their name manually in the PM Kisan List available at the official portal. Furthermore, candidates can download and take a printout of the PM-KISAN List to avail assistance.

PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana Status Check 2020 Online

All the beneficiaries whose name appears in the PM KISAN Samman Nidhi Yojana List can now check the beneficiary status online. The process is similar to finding name in beneficiary list as mentioned above. Just the difference is that, under the "Farmers Corner" section, you will have to click at the "Beneficiary Status" tab as shown here:-

We are providing you the direct link to Know PM Kisan Beneficiary Application Status:-
https://www.pmkisan.gov.in/BeneficiaryStatus/BeneficiaryStatus.aspx

The page to track PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana beneficiary application status will appear as shown below:-

Here candidates can perform beneficiary status checking either by using their aadhaar number or account number or mobile number.

PM Kisan Status of Self Registered / CSC Farmer

Here is the direct link to check PM-Kisan status of self-registered or CSC farmers:-
https://www.pmkisan.gov.in/FarmerStatus.aspx

Upon clicking this link, a new page to check Farmer status will appear as shown below:-
Here farmers can enter their Aadhaar number and captcha and click at "Search" button to check the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojna Status of CSC farmers.

PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana FAQ's

1. What is Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi?
Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi (PIV-KISAN) is a new Central Sector Scheme to provide income support to all landholding farmers' families in the country to supplement their financial needs for procuring various inputs related to agriculture and allied activities as well as domestic needs. Under the Scheme, the entire financial liability towards transfer of benefit to targeted beneficiaries will be borne by Government of India.
2. Whether the benefits of the scheme are admissible to only Small & Marginal Farmers (SMF) families?
No. In the beginning when the PM-Kisan Scheme was launched on 24 February, 2019, its benefits were admissible only to Small & Marginal Farmers' (SMF) families, with combined landholding upto 2 hectare. The Scheme was later on revised w.e.f. 1 .6.2019 and extended to all farmer families irrespective of the size of their landholdings.
3. When was the Scheme launched & by Whom?
The PM-Kisan Scheme was launched by the Hon'ble Prime Minister on 24th February, 2019.
4. What are the benefits of the Scheme?
Under the PM Kisan Scheme, all landholding farmers will get Rs. 6000 per annum per family payable in 3 equal installments of Rs. 2,000 each, every 4 months. 
5. From which date the Scheme has come into effect?
The scheme takes effect from 01 .12.2018
6. Who are eligible to get benefits under the Scheme?
All landholding farmers' families, which have cultivable landholding in their names are eligible to get benefit under the scheme.
7. Who are not eligible to get benefits under the Scheme? (What are the Exclusion Criteria under the Scheme?)
The following categories of farmers are not eligible to get the benefits of the PM-Kisan Scheme:-
(a) All lnstitutional Land holders; and
(b) Farmer families in which one or more of its members belong to following categories:-
i. Former and present holders of constitutional posts
ii. Former and present Ministers/ State Ministers and former/present Members of Lok sabha/ Rajya sabha/ state Legislative Assemblies/ State Legislative councils, former and present Mayors of Municipal corporations, former and present Chairpersons of District Panchayats.
iii. All serving or retired officers and employees of Central/ State Government Ministries / Offices / Departments and its field units Central or State PSEs and Attached offices /Autonomous lnstitutions under Government as well as regular employees of the Local Bodies (Excluding Multi Tasking staff / Class lV/ Group D employees).
iv. All superannuated/retired pensioners  whose monthly pension is Rs.10,000/-or more (Excluding Multi Tasking staff / Class lV/ Group D employees).
v. All Persons who paid lncome Tax in last assessment year.
vi. Professionals like Doctors, Engineers' Lawyers, Chartered Accountants, and Architects registered with Professional bodies and carrying out profession by undertaking practices.
8. How many times the benefit will be given in a year?
Under the PM-KISAN scheme, all landholding farmers' families shall be provided the financial benefit of Rs.6000/- per annum per family payable in three equal installments of Rs.2000/- each, every four months. The period of 1't installment under the scheme is from 01 .12 2O18 to 31 03 2019, that of 2nd installment from 01 04.2019 to 31 07 .2019, 3'd installment from 01 08.2019 to 30 11 2019, and so on
9. Whether an employee of the Central/State Government / PSU / Autonomous Organization, etc., who holds cultivable land in his/her own name in villages, is eligible to get the benefit under the scheme?
No. All serving or retired officers and employees of central / state Government Ministries / Offices / Departments and their field units, Central or State PSEs and Attached offices / Autonomous lnstitutions under Government as well as regular employees of the Local Bodies are not eligible to get benefit under the scheme. However serving or retired Multi Tasking Staff MTS / Class lV / Group D employees are eligible to get benefit under the Scheme, provided their families are otherwise eligible and not covered under other exclusion criteria.
10. Will any individual or farmer family owning more than 2 hectare of cultivable land get any benefit under the scheme?
Yes. The ambit of the scheme has been extended to cover all farmer families, irrespective of the size of their land holdings.
11. What will happen if the beneficiary gives incorrect declaration for the implementation of the Scheme?
ln case of incorrect declaration, the beneficiary shall be liable for recovery of transferred financjal benefit and other penal actions as per law.
12. What is the cutoff date for determination of eligibility of beneficiaries under the scheme?
The cut-off date for determination of eligibility of beneficiaries under the scheme is 01 .02.2019 and no changes thereafter shall be considered for eligibility of benefit under the scheme for next 5 years, except transfer of land on succession in case of death of landholder.
13. Whether the scheme benefits will be allowed in cases where transfer of ownership of cultivable land takes place after the cut-off date of 01.02.2019 on account of succession due to death of the landowner?
Yes. The Scheme benefits will be allowed in all such cases where transfer of ownership of cultivable land has taken place after the cut-off date of 01.02.20'19 on account of succession due to death of the landowner.
14. Whether transfer of ownership occurred between 01.12.2018 and 31.01.2019 are eligible for consideration?
In cases where transfer of ownership of cultivable land has happened between 01 .12.2018 and 31.01 .2019 due to any reasons such as purchase, succession, will, gift, etc., the first installment during the financial year (2018-19) shall be of proportionate amount from date of transfer till 31 .03.2019 with respect to the 4 months period, provided the families are otherwise eligible as per scheme guidelines.
15. ls an income tax payee farmer or his / her spouse eligible to get benefit under the scheme?
No. if any member of the family is income tax payee in last assessment ear, then the family is not eligible for benefit under the scheme.
16. What is the definition of 'family' under the Scheme?
A landholder farmer's family is defined as "a family comprising of husband, wife and minor children who own cultivable land as per the land records of the concerned State/UT". The existing land-ownership system will be used for identification of beneficiaries for calculation of benefit.
17. Is any person / farmer who is not having land holding in his / her own name, but is cultivating land owned by his / her father / forefathers is eligible to get benefit under the Scheme?
No. The land must be in his / her own name. If the land ownership has been transferred in his / her name on account of succession then he / she will be eligible. 
18. ls any person / farmer who is cultivating a land but is not having the land holding in his / her own name, for example tenant farmers, is eligible to get benefit under the Scheme?
No. Land holding is the sole criteria to avail the benefit under the Scheme.
19. How the beneficiaries under the Scheme will be identified and shortlisted for
payment of intended benefit?
The responsibility of identifying the eligible farmers' families for benefit under the scheme is entirely of the State/UT Governments. The prevailing land-ownership system / record of land in different States/Union Territories will be used to identify the intended beneficiaries for transfer of scheme benefits.
20. What is the mandatory information required to be submitted on PM-KISAN portal for the transfer of benefits?
The following information / documents are required to be furnished by the farmers for enrollment under PM-Kisan Scheme:-
(i) Name, Age, Gender and Category (SC/ST)
(ii) Aadhaar Number [except in case of farmers in the States of Assam, Meghalaya and J&K (now UTs of J&K and Laddakh), where Aadhaar number has not been issued to most of the citizens, and therefore these States have been exempted from the requirement till 31't March, 2020. In these States / UTs, Aadhaar number shall be collected for those beneficiaries where it is available and for others alternate prescribed documents can be collected for identity verification purposes by the States/UT Governments, like Aadhaar Enrollment.
Number and / or any other prescribed documents for purposes of the identification such as Driving Licence, Voters' ID Card, NREGA Job Card, or any other identification documents issued by Central/State/UT Governments or their authorities, etc.)
(iii) Bank Account Number and IFSC Code.
(iv) Mobile number - though it is not mandatory but it is advised that when available it may be provided so that the information related to transfer of benefit can be communicated.
21. How does a landholder farmers'family know that his / her name is included in the list of beneficiaries?
The beneficiary lists would be displayed at Panchayats to ensure greater transparency and information. Further, States/UTs would notify the sanction of benefit to the beneficiary through system generated SMS. He / she can also ascertain his status through the Farmers Corner in the PM-Kisan portal.
22. What is the remedy available for eligible beneficiary if his/her name is not included in the list of beneficiaries?
All such farmer families whose names are not included in the list of beneficiaries can approach the District Level Grievance Redressal Monitoring Committee in their Districts for inclusion of their names in the beneficiary list. Further, the Government has created an exclusive Farmers' Corner in the PM-KISAN web-portal www.pmkisan.gov.in giving the following facilities to the farmers through three separate options / links:-
1) New Farmer's Registration - Through this link, the farmers can submit their details online. The online Form has certain mandatory fields as well self-declaration regarding the eligibility. Once the Form is filled in and submitted successfully by the farmer, the same is forwarded by an automated process to the State Nodal Officer (SNO) for verification. The SNO verifies the details filled in by the farmer and uploads the verified data on the PM-KISAN portal. Thereafter the data is processed through
an established system for payment.
2) Edit Aadhaar details - Through this link the farmer can edit his/ her name himself/ herself as per details in the Aadhaar Card. The edited name then gets updated after authentication through the system.
3) Beneficiary Status - Through this link, by quoting their Aadhaar Number or Bank Account Number or the registered Mobile Number, the beneficiaries can themselves ascertain the status of payment of their installments.
23. In case of landholding owned by family members are spread across different revenue records in the same or different villa es, districts States how the benefit will be transferred to the family?
In such cases, the farmer's family will entitled to get the benefit at one place only. The State Nodal Officers (SNOs) will ensure that no duplicate payments are released to any family.
24. If there are multiple farmers' families whose names are recorded on a single landholding whether each farmer's family is eligible to get benefit of the scheme? lf so, what is the quantum of minimum financial benefit that such families will get under the scheme?
Each of such farmer family would be separately eligible for the benefit under the scheme upto the extent of Rs. 60001 provided they are otherwise eligible as per scheme guidelines.
25. Will be monetary benefit under the Scheme be directly credited into beneficiary accounts?
Yes. The financial benefit under the scheme shall be directly credited into bank accounts of beneficiaries.
26. Whether it is compulsory for beneficiaries to give their bank account details?
Yes, the beneficiaries are required to provide their bank account details along with their Aadhaar number so as to credit the financial benefit under the scheme directly into their bank accounts. No benefit can be given if bank account details have not been provided.
27. Whether giving Aadhaar details is mandatory for availing benefit under the Scheme?
Aadhaar number was optional and not mandatory for release of 1st installment pertaining to the period 01 .12.2018 to 31.03.2019, whereas only possession of Aadhaar number was made mandatory for release of 2nd installment pertaining to the period 01 .04.2019 to 31 .07.2019. Further, Aadhaar seeding of beneficiaries' data was made mandatory for release of 3' installment pertaining to the period 01.08.2019, and for subsequent installments onwards. Recently, however, Government has relaxed the mandatory requirement of Aadhaar seeding of beneficiaries' data upto 30.1 1.20'19. This mandatory requirement of Aadhaar seeding of the beneficiaries' data would continue to applicable for release of all installments w.e.f . O1 .12.2019. However, Assam, Meghalaya and Jammu & Kashmir, where Aadhaar penetration has not been much, have been given exemption from this mandatory requirement till 31.03.2020.
28. Can States/UTs provide certified lists of beneficiaries on the PM KISAN Portal in phases or in batches as and when they are finalized?
Yes, States/UTs can provide list of eligible beneficiaries as and when they are finalized based on the eligibility criteria in batches/phases. The benefits will be released on regular basis based on the approved list provided by the States/UTs.
29. Whether farmers in villages situated in urban areas are eligible for the benefit of the Scheme?
There is no distinction between urban and rural cultivable land under the scheme. Both are covered under the scheme, provided that land situated in urban areas is under actual cultivation.
30. Whether micro land holdings are admissible for availing the benefit of the Scheme?
Micro land holdings, which are not cultivable, are excluded from the benefit under the scheme.
31. What is the prescribed mechanism for validation of information / declaration furnished by the beneficiaries?
The State/UT Governments are free to decide about the appropriate mechanism / authority for validation of information / declaration furnrshed by the beneficiary.
32. What is the cut-off date for 'minor' children becoming 'major' under the Scheme?
The cutoff date for'minor' children becoming 'major' is 01 .02.2019
33. Whether farmers may avail the benefit of the Scheme against agricultural land being used for non -agricultural purposes?
No. Agricultural land being used for non-agricultural purposes will not be covered for benefit under the scheme.
PM-Kisan Helpline No. 155261 / 1800115526 (Toll Free)

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