PM-KISAN a flagship program launched by the Government of India to provide financial support to small and marginal farmers across the country. It is an effort by the government to alleviate the economic distress faced by farmers due to dwindling income and increasing costs of cultivation.
Under this scheme, eligible farmers receive a cash transfer of Rs. 6,000 annually to support their agriculture activities and ensure their well-being. The money directly deposited into the bank accounts of the farmers in three four-monthly installments of Rs. 2,000 each.
The scheme is implemented through an extensive network of state governments, district-level authorities, and other relevant organizations. It has also made use of technology to streamline the process of identifying beneficiaries and transferring the funds to their bank accounts.
One of the key features of PM-KISAN is its focus on small and marginal farmers who own less than two hectares of land. This segment of farmers, who constitute the vast majority of the farming population in India, have often neglected in previous agricultural policies.
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About PM Kisan
The scheme has a potential to significantly benefit these farmers by providing them with a stable source of income and enabling them to invest in better seeds, fertilizers, and other agricultural inputs. This, in turn, can lead to increased crop yields, better farm incomes, and improved livelihoods for the farmers and their families.
PM-KISAN has been widely praised for its potential to address some of the key challenges faced Indian agriculture. Including low farm incomes, high input costs, inadequate market linkages, and climate change impacts. The scheme has already provided significant relief to millions of farmers across the country and expected to continue doing so in the years to come.
However, some experts have pointed out that the scheme needs to complemented with other measures to address the structural issues facing Indian agriculture, such as low productivity, fragmented landholdings, and inadequate infrastructure. They have also called for a more comprehensive approach that focuses on increasing crop diversification, promoting sustainable farming practices, and improving access to credit, insurance, and markets.
In conclusion, PM-KISAN is an important step towards achieving the vision of doubling the income of farmers by 2022. While it has made a significant impact on the lives of millions of farmers, there is still a lot more that needs done to ensure a sustainable and profitable future for Indian agriculture.