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PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Portal Online: PMKSN Eligibility, Dates, Official Website, Check Name, Beneficiary rundown soon at www.pmkisan.nic.in

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  PM Kishan Saman Nidhi Yojna: Under the PM Kishan scheme of Narendra Modi government, the poor and landless farmers in the country will get Rs.  Receives 6000.  For this, the government has started the official website at www.pmkisan.nic.in.  In the bank of the eligible farmers bank account  6000 to Rs.  2000 will be given in three installments.
  PM KISSION OBJECTIVE
  The scheme aims to increase the income of small and marginal farmers (SMF).  It will supplement the financial requirements of the SMF to purchase various inputs to ensure proper appetite for proper crop yield and proper yields with expected agricultural income at the end of every crop cycle.  This scheme will help the farmers to ensure that they are constantly prevented from falling into the hold of the farmers and to ensure their continuous assurance in agricultural activities.
  PM KISH cut-off date
  PM Kishan scheme will be effective from 01-12-2018 for transfer of benefits to eligible beneficiaries.  The cut-off date for determining the eligibility of beneficiaries has been kept till 01.02.2019.
  PM KISHAN: Who will benefit?
  According to the registration of land belonging to the respective State / UT, the husband, wife and young children belonging to the SMF landholder farmer, who jointly hold cultivable land for 2 hectares.
  PM KISH: Official website
  Check the details about the plan on the official website "www.pmkisan.nic.in".  The last date for filing farmer names on the official portal is 25th February, whereas the transfer of money starts from 28th February.







  PM KISHAN: Who is eligible?
  Farmers families with constitutional posts, former and current MPs or legislators, income tax payers, serving or retired government employees and monthly pension of Rs 10,000 or more, will not be eligible for direct income support of Rs. 6,000 per annum under PM-6.  According to the operational guidelines of the Kishan plan scheme, architects registered with doctors, engineers, lawyers, chartered accountants and professional organizations have been excluded from the scheme.  Former and current municipal corporations, former and current chairmen of district panchayats are also not eligible.
 
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