PM-Kisan Registration

The Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM-Kisan) scheme gives ₹6,000 every year to help all farmers. The money is sent directly to the farmers' bank accounts to make sure they get it without any issues.

This short guide explains how to do "New farmer registration" so more farmers can easily get these benefits.

New Farmer Registration Process

To register as a new farmer under the PM Kisan scheme, follow these simplified steps:

New Farmer Registration
  • Choose Registration Type: Select either Rural or Urban Farmer Registration.
  • Enter Details for OTP: Input your Aadhaar number and mobile number, select your state, enter the captcha, and click on “GET OTP”.
Farmer Registration Form-1
  • Verify with OTP: Enter the received OTP and click “Submit”.
  • Fill in Personal Information: Complete the form with your personal, bank, and land details.
  • Finalize Registration: Click “Save” to finish. You will receive a farmer ID, which you should print out for your records.
Before starting the new farmer registration for PM-Kisan, make sure to have all the required documents ready, such as land ownership papers, an Aadhaar card, bank account details, an income certificate, and a mobile phone number.
After you register for the PM Kisan scheme, your application goes through a verification process. Initially, your details, such as Aadhaar number, land records, and bank account information, are checked against official records. This ensures that only eligible farmers receive the benefits.
There is no application fee for PM Kisan registration. It is a free service provided by the government.

Check Registration Status

After successful registration, you can check your registration status by clicking on 'Status of Self Registered/CSC Farmers' in the Farmer's Corner.

PM Kisan Registration Status

Here, you need to provide your Aadhaar number to check your application status.

If you are facing any problem registering for the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana, you can visit your nearest CSC (Common Service Center) with all supporting documents to get it done.

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