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PM kisan status Is your name in the list of Government Beneficiaries giving Rs.2,000?

The 11th installment of PM Kisan Scheme is to be disbursed by the Central Government in the next few days

New Delhi: The 11th installment is to be disbursed by the Central Government in the next few days to the farmers who are benefiting under the Brahmar Agricultural Assistance Scheme.

In a statement, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “The Prime Minister’s Agricultural Funding Scheme is aimed at giving new impetus to millions of farmers in the country.”

In a post on Twitter, Prime Minister Modi said, “The country is proud of our brothers and sisters who are farmers. New India will become more prosperous if farmers are improved.

I am pleased to see that the Prime Minister’s Agricultural Funding Scheme and other government welfare schemes in the field of agriculture are set to empower millions of farmers, ”he said.

Installment amount of Rs.2,000

All eligible farmers in the country are being given a total of Rs. 6,000 in three installments of Rs. 2,000 per annum under the Prime Minister’s Agricultural Fund Scheme. Accordingly, the 11th installment will be available soon from the inception of the scheme.

How to add a name to the list of beneficiaries

  • Eligible farmers can go to the website https://www.pmkisan.gov.in/ and register for the scheme themselves.
  • On this official website, click on the ‘Farmer’s Corner’ option on the right.
  • Now select the option for registration of new farmers.
  • Then the screen required for registration will open on the next page.
  • Enter all the details asked on that screen and check them all out once.
  • Finally click on the Submit Button. The deadline to add your name to the plan has been extended to May 22, 2022.

Credit directly to the bank account

After verifying all the details of the farmers joining the Prime Minister’s Agricultural Fund Scheme, their name is added to the list of beneficiaries. Following this, a subsidy of Rs. 2,000 per farmer is provided annually in April, August and December.

This money is credited to the farmers’ own bank account through direct bank transfer. About 12.35 crore farmers across the country are benefiting under this scheme.

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