PM Kisan Yojana: The Centre will Release The 10th Installment on January 1
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PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana 10th installment is good news for crores of beneficiaries across the country.
According to media reports, the next installment of the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana will be released on January 1, 2021. A message to farmers has been sent regarding this. Reports further suggested that Prime Minister Modi will interact with farmers via video conferencing on the New Year and transfer the funds to their accounts.
According to the message sent to the farmers, PM Modi will release the 10th installment of the PM Kisan scheme at 12 o’clock on the first day of the new year. The beneficiaries can join the program via Doordarshan or pmindiawebcast.nic.in.
Also note that the government released the 7th installment of PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana on December 25 last year. Video conferencing was used by Modi to transfer Rs 18,000 crores to over 9 crores of beneficiary farmer families.
e-KYC is compulsory for 10th Installment
For farmers registered under PM Kisan Yojana, e-KYC Aadhaar is mandatory. Only farmers who successfully complete e-KYC will be able to receive funds. Without this, their Installment will not come.
How to complete e-KYC
- Look for the eKYC link on PM Kisan’s official website.
- Click on the link and enter your Aadhar number & image code.
- Click on the search button.
- Afterwards, enter your mobile number linked to Aadhaar and the OTP
- eKYC will be completed if all the information provided is correct or not.
How to check name on PM Kisan List
- Visit the PM Kisan website
- Click on the Beneficiaries List link under Farmers Corner on the homepage.
- Next, select State, District, Sub District, Block, and Village from the list.
- Then click on ‘Get Report’.
- A complete list will appear on your screen. Check your name in it.
PM-Kisan Yojana was launched by the government in 2019. Beneficiaries receive Rs 6000 per year in 3 installments of Rs 2000 each, directly into their bank accounts.