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PM Kisan Scheme All Information Get Six Thousand

Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM-KISAN) is a Central Sector scheme with 100% funding from Government of India.The Scheme is effective from 1.12.2018.

Under the Scheme an income support of Rs.6000/- per year is provided to all farmer families across the country in three equal installments of Rs.2000/- each every four months.

Definition of family for the Scheme is husband, wife and minor children.The entire responsibility of identification of beneficiary farmer families rests with the State / UT Governments.




 




PM Kisan Scheme

  • The fund is directly transferred to the bank accounts of the beneficiaries.

  • Farmers covered under the Exclusion Criteria of the Operational Guidelines are not eligible for the benefit of the Scheme.

  • For enrollment, the farmer is required to approach the local patwari / revenue officer / Nodal Officer (PM-Kisan) nominated by the State Government.

  • The Common Service Centres (CSCs) have also been authorized to do registration of the farmers for the Scheme upon payment of fees.

  • Farmers can also do their self-registration through the Farmers Corner in the portal.

  • Farmers can also edit their names in PM-Kisan database as per their Aadhaar database / card through the Farmers Corner in the portal.

  • Farmers can also know the status of their payment through the Farmers Corner in the portal.




Pradhan  Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi pm scheme transfer aur benefit

PM KISAN REGISTRATION

The government with a view to to augment the income of the small and marginal farmer has approved a central sector scheme nemali Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi in the current financial year it has been decided to launch the scheme by the Honorable Prime Minister of the 24 February 2019 followed by transfer of benefit to farmer directly to their bank account on the same day the transfer of benefit would be executed through npci in this regard the following. Make and Li be insured




  1. Government with a view to to augment the income of the small and marginal farmer has approved a central sector scheme nemali Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi in the current financial year it has been decided to launch the scheme by the Honorable Prime Minister of the 24 February 2019 followed by transfer of benefit to farmer directly to their bank account on the same day the transfer of benefit would be executed through npci in this regard the following. Make and Li be insured

  2. The scheme has already been registered with dbt with dbt code aarp R2 and the work of agency registration on PF MS is going on which will be completed by the 19 February 2019

  3. PFMS will be advised to get the Aadhar in account number detail validate through PFMS plate form before submission of fund transfer order to PFMS platform for onward transaction transmission of payment file to the sponsor banks of the street on similar lines as done by the  MGNEREGA program

  4. We shall arrange to provide complete transaction data and fund to the sponsor Bank well in advance to enable them to commence uploading the life file into npci system from 22 February 2019 morning




PRADHAN MANTRI KISAN SAMMAN NIDHI (PM-KISAN) SCHEME
OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES
(REVISED AS ON 21.6.2019)

Scheme

With a view to provide income support to all landholding farmers’ families in the country,
having cultivable land, the Central Government has implemented a Central Sector
Scheme, namely, “Pradhan Mantri KIsan SAmman Nidhi (PM-KISAN)

Objective and Benefits

The scheme aims to supplement the financial needs of all landholding farmers’ families
in procuring various inputs to ensure proper crop health and appropriate yields,
commensurate with the anticipated farm income as well as for domestic needs. Under
the Scheme an amount of Rs.6000/- per year is released by the Central Government
online directly into the bank accounts of the eligible farmers under Direct Benefit
Transfer mode, subject to certain exclusions.




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A landholder farmer’s family is defined as “a family comprising of husband, wife

and minor children who own cultivable land as per land records of the concerned
State/UT”. The existing land-ownership system will be used for identification of
beneficiaries for the calculation of benefit.

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 Exclusions

4.1 The following categories of beneficiaries of higher economic status shall not be
eligible for benefit under the scheme:
(a) All Institutional 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 ofLok 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 Institutions under Government as well as regularemployees of the Local Bodies (Excluding Multi Tasking Staff / Class IV/Group D
employees)




(iv) All superannuated/retired pensioners whose monthly pension is Rs.10,000/-or
more (Excluding Multi Tasking Staff / Class IV/Group D employees)

(v) All Persons who paid Income 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.

4.2 For the purpose of exclusion State/UT Government can certify the eligibility of the
beneficiary based on self declaration by the beneficiaries. In case beneficiary is not
available / does not reside in the village, State/UT Governments may consider
certification based on the declaration by other adult member of his/her family. In
case of incorrect self declaration, beneficiary shall be liable for recovery of
transferred financial benefit and other penal actions as per law.




 Methodology for calculation of benefit

5.1 The benefit shall be paid to only those farmers’ families whose names are
entered into the land records. Exception has, however, been made for North-East
States and Jharkhand in this regard.

5.2 The cut-off date for determination of eligibility of beneficiaries under the scheme
shall be 01.02.2019 and no changes thereafter shall be considered for eligibility of
benefit under the scheme for next 5 years. However, this date is not applicable when
transfer of ownership of cultivable land takes place on account of succession due to
death.

5.3 Benefit will be allowed in those cases where transfer of ownership of cultivable
land takes place on account of succession due to death of the landowner. However,
those eligible farmers whose names have been entered in the land record after
01.12.2018 till 01.02.2019 shall be eligible for the benefits from the date of entry of land
rights in the land records. In such cases where, transfer of ownership of cultivable land
has happened due to any reason which could be purchase, succession, will, gift, etc.,
between 01.12.2018 and 31.01.2019, the installment pertaining to the trimester
December, 2018 – March, 2019 during the financial year (2018-19) shall be
proportionate amount from date of transfer till 31.03.2019 with respect to the 4 months
period.



5.3.1 In cases where the land records have not been updated for rights accruing due to
succession on account of the death of landowners before 01.12.2018, such updation of
land records may be done by the States in a time-bound manner. The successors
whose names are entered in land records for rights accrued as aforementioned shall be
eligible subject to fulfillment of other conditions of the Scheme and the exclusion
clauses.

5.3.2 Clause 5.3 of the Operational Guidelines, which provides for proportionate
amount of financial benefit under the scheme to be transferred in the bank accounts of
the beneficiaries in cases involving the transfer of ownership between 01.12.2018 to
31.01.2019, shall remain applicable to the cases of succession as well which is clear
from the wording of the said clause.



5.3.3 Subsequent to 01.02.2019, there could be change in ownership due to the
following reasons

(i) Transfer of ownership due to inheritance resulting out of death of the land
owner. In such cases the family of the successors would be entitled to the
benefits, if otherwise eligible as per scheme guidelines.

(ii) In cases of cultivable land transferred to other persons through Sale Deed,
Partition Deed, Gift Deed, etc., the transferee will not be eligible under the
Scheme as he/she was not the land owner as on 01.02.2019. However, in
such cases even the transferor of the land will become ineligible if the
family of the transferor does not have any cultivable land subsequent to
such a transfer.

5.3.4 The State Governments have to put in place the administrative mechanism
based on their existing land revenue administrative regime to take care of formulations.
There should be clear cut responsibility entrusted to the officials responsible for
undertaking mutation of land records.
(i) In case of correction of land record for recording land ownership accrued
due to inheritance before 01.12.2018 then the eligibility of the family under
the scheme shall be properly determined as per the conditions of the
scheme. The procedure for determining the eligibility as per the exclusion
clauses shall remain as prescribed.



(ii) In case of transfer of land ownership due to inheritance, reassessing the
eligibility of the family under PM KISAN – If the family is no longer eligible,
then the same have to be updated in the PM KISAN portal so that the
benefits can be discontinued subsequently. In case of family of the
deceased land owner is still eligible (where spouse or the minor children
are having cultivable land and eligible as per guidelines), the details of the
new beneficiary alongwith other details with the fresh self-declarations
have to be provided to the concerned authorities for
inclusion/modifications so that the benefit to the survivors of the family can
continue.

(iii) Subsequent to inheritance if the families of the inheritors also become
freshly eligible under PM Kisan then all the details of the freshly eligible
families have to be incorporated in the database so that benefits start
accruing to such families from the date when inheritance became
operational.

(iv) In case of transfer of cultivable land for reasons other than death after
01.02.2019, the officials have to reassess the eligibility of the transferor
and decide whether the benefits have to be stopped or not and intimate
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the authorities so that the PM KISAN portal can be updated. Transferees
are not entitled for any benefits under PM KISAN in such cases.
5.4 The beneficiaries, whose names are uploaded on PM-Kisan Portal by the
State/UT Government in a particular 4-month period / trimester, shall be entitled to
receive benefit for that trimester and for further installments pertaining to the
subsequent trimesters for that financial year.



5.5 In some of the North Eastern States, the land ownership rights are community
based and it might not be possible to assess the quantum of Landholder farmers. In
such States an alternate implementation mechanism for eligibility of the farmers will be
developed and approved by the Committee of Union Ministers of Ministry of
Development of North East Region (DoNER), Ministry of Land Resources, Union
Agriculture Minister and concerned State Chief Ministers or their Ministerial
representative, based on the proposal by the concerned North Eastern States.
5.5.1 For identification of bona fide beneficiary under PM-Kisan Scheme in Manipur, the
following proposal of Government of Manipur was considered and approved by the
Committee

“The certificateissued by the Village authority, namely, the Chairman/Chief, authorizing
any tribal family to cultivate a piece of land, may be accepted. Such certification of
village Chairman/Chief shall be authenticated by the concerned sub-divisional officers.
All the exclusions under the Operational Guidelines will be applicable.”
5.6 For identification of bona fide beneficiary under PM-Kisan Scheme in Jharkhand,
the following proposal of Government of Jharkhand was considered and approved by
the Committee



“The farmer will be asked to submit ‘Vanshavali (Lineage)’ linked to the entry of land
record comprising his \ her ancestor’s name giving a chart of successor. This lineage
chart shall be submitted before the Gram Sabha for calling objections. After approval of
the Gram Sabha, the village level \ circle level revenue officials will verify and
authenticate the Vanshawali and possession of holding. This authenticated list of
farmers after due verification of succession chart shall be countersigned by the District
level revenue authority. Farmers’ names, subject to the exclusion criterion after
following the aforementioned process, shall be uploaded on the PM-Kisan portal along
with other required details for this disbursement of benefit under the scheme

6. Strategy for Implementation
6.1 The States shall prepare database of eligible beneficiary landholder farmer
families in the villages capturing the Name, Age, Gender, Category (SC/ST), Aadhaar
Number, Bank Account Number and the Mobile Number of the beneficiaries.
Responsibility of identifying the landholder farmer family eligible for benefit under the
scheme shall be of the State/UT Government. In case of beneficiaries in States of
Assam, Meghalaya, J&K where Aadhaar number has not been issued to most of the
citizens, Aadhaar number shall be collected for those beneficiaries where it is available
and for others alternate prescribed documents 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. can be collected for identity verification purposes.
These three States have been exempted from the requirement of Aadhaar number till
31.3.2020. In the meantime these States will complete Aadhaar enrolment. States/UTs
shall ensure that there is no duplication of the payment transferred to eligible families.
Speedy reconciliation in case of wrong/incomplete bank details of the beneficiary should
be ensured.

6.2 For the purpose of exclusion States have to take a self declaration from the
beneficiaries as detailed in par 4.2 above. In the said self declaration taken by the
States/UT Governments an undertaking should also be included wherein the consent of
the beneficiaries should be taken for using the Aadhaar number for verification of his
eligibility for the scheme with the concerned agencies. This consent of the beneficiary
should be “to agree that the department responsible for implementation of the Pradhan
Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana in Union Government or the State Government /
Union Territory Administration can use the beneficiary Aadhaar number and other
information provided in the declaration to verify the eligibility of the beneficiary for
scheme as per extant scheme guidelines with the concerned agencies.



6.3 The existing land-ownership system in the concerned State/UT will be used for
identification of beneficiaries. Accordingly, it is of utmost importance that the land
records are clear and updated. Further, State/UT Governments would also expedite the
progress of digitization of the land records and linking the same with Aadhaar as well as
bank details of the beneficiaries.

6.4 The lists of eligible beneficiaries would be published at the village level. Farmers’
families who are eligible but have been excluded should be provided an opportunity to
represent their case.
7. Review, Monitoring and Grievance Redressal Mechanism
7.1 There will be stratified review/monitoring mechanism at National, State and
District Level. At the National level, the Review Committee will be headed by Cabinet
Secretary. The States shall notify the State and District Level Review / Monitoring
Committee.



7.2 The States shall also notify State and District Level Grievance Redressal
Monitoring Committees for looking into all the grievances related to implementation of
the scheme. Any grievances or complaints which are received should be disposed off
on merit preferably within two weeks time.
8. Setting up of Project Monitoring Unit (PMU)

8.1 A Project Monitoring Unit (PMU) at Central level will be set up in DAC&FW in the
form of a Society registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860. This PMU shall
be tasked with the responsibility of overall monitoring of the scheme and shall be
headed by Chief Executive Officer (CEO). PMU shall also undertake publicity campaign
(Information, Education and Communication-IEC).
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8.2 Each State/UT Government will designate a Nodal Department for
implementation of the scheme and coordinating with Central Government with regard to
implementation of Income Support Scheme.
8.3 On the lines of PMU at central level, States/UTs may consider setting up
dedicated Project Monitoring Units at State/UT Level. 0.125% for the amount of
installments transferred to beneficiaries can be transferred by Central Government to

State / UT Government to cover the expenditure on their PMUs, if established and for
meeting other related administrative expenses including cost to be incurred for
procurement of stationary, field verification, filling of prescribed formats, their

certification and its uploading as well as incentive for field functionaries, publicity, etc.
States/UTs will furnish the details of the account to which Administrative Charges are
credited by the Central Government. The administrative charges payable to the
States/UTs will be provided by Government of India based on the volume of work and
the number of beneficiaries.



9. PM Kisan Portal for implementation of the scheme (Beneficiary Details
uploading by State)
9.1 Beneficiaries under the scheme are to be identified by the respective State and
Union Territory. The details of farmers are being maintained by the States/UTs either in
electronic form or in manual register. To make integrated platform available in the
country to assist in benefit transfer, a platform named PM-Kisan Portal available at

URL (http://pmkisan.nic.in) has been be launched for uploading the farmers’ details at
a single web-portal in a uniform Structure.

9.2 The PM-Kisan Portal has been created with the following objectives –
i) To provide verified and single source of truth on farmers’ details at the portal.
ii) Timely assistance to the farmers in farm operation
iii) A unified e-platform for transferring of cash benefits into farmers bank account
through PFMS integration.

iv) Location wise availability of benefited farmers list.
v) Ease of monitoring across the country on fund transaction details.
9.3 PM Kisan Portal




The following farmer attributes need to be entered in the Portal:
Farmer Attributes: (Essential):

State, District, Sub-District/Block, Village, Farmer Name, Type of Identity –
Aadhaar Number and in case Aadhaar not available, Aadhaar enrollment number
with any other ID proof like Voter ID etc, Gender, Category, IFSC Code, Bank
Account Number.
Farmer Attributes (Optional):
Father name, Address, Mobile Number, Date of Birth/Age, Farm-Size in Hectare,
Survey Number, Khasra Number
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Optional attributes such as Mobile number can be utilized for SMS alerts. Other
optional attributes may be used for purpose of future requirement. However,
these attributes are not essential for purpose of transfer of money.
These attributes are illustrated on PM KISAN Portal http://pmkisan.nic.in as
follows

9.4 There are 3 ways through which a State/UT can onboard on the PM Kisan Portal:
(a) If a State/UT has village/district wise list of farmers, they may upload the
same in a pre-defined format and with the help of local NIC State Unit.
Following Farmer Attributes need to be entered

(b) Some existing data of farmers is already available on the PM-Kisan Portal
which will be visible on selection of States/Districts/Village. States/UTs
which do not have their own list may use this village-wise list of farmers as
provided on the portal and edit the same to finalize the farmers’ list. For
this the correction window shall be available at PM Kisan portal for
authorized users of District and Block officials.

(c) If States/UTs want to make fresh entry of a farmer, provision is there for
registration of these farmers in a defined and standardized format.
9.5 Databases of Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY), Soil Health Cards,
Socio Economic and Caste Census (SECC), can also be utilized for this purpose.
State/UT wise status of number of farmer records shall be available at
http://pmkisan.nic.in.
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9.6 Records preparation process through PM-KISAN Portal

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1. State admin and District admin need to be identified for creation of login
credentials or approval of login credentials in case of self registration by
District and Block/Tehsil/Taluka officials.
2. Farmers list as available on the portal shall be available at Block/Tehsil/Taluka
level official’s login.
3. Search facility will also be available to get details on Farmers by Name,
Aadhaar Number or Mobile Number in case PM-KISAN Portal data is being
used. Facility to add new Farmers details shall be available, if details are not
found in the list.



4. The verified list shall be e-signed by the District level or block/tehsil/taluka
level officials as the case may be. The exclusion categories specified in
scheme guidelines also need to be taken care before e-signing the verified
farmers list

5. The States Nodal Officer shall submit a district wise e-Signed list of farmers to
the Program Division of DAC&FW through PM-Kisan Portal.
10 Modalities for transfer of benefit
10.1 This financial benefit of Rs.6000/- per year is to be released to the eligible
farmers in three installments of Rs.2000/- each every 4-month / trimester, i.e. April-July,
August-November and December-March.




10.2 The Scheme is being implemented through an Aadhaar linked electronic data
base containing details of all members of the families of the farmers whose names
appear in the land records. For transfer of the financial benefits to the eligible farmers,
Aadhaar number shall be collected for all beneficiaries, since payment of all installments
pertaining to the trimester August-December, 2019 onwards shall be done only on the
basis of Aadhaar seeded data base. However, exemption has been to the States of

Assam, Meghalaya and Jammu & Kashmir from the requirement of Aadhaar number
and Aadhaar seeded database under the scheme till 31.3.2020. In the meantime these




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