new Delhi. The seventh installment of PM Kisan Samman Nidhi is going to be in the account of farmers soon. The third installment of this financial year and the seventh installment from the beginning of the scheme will start from December 1. The Modi government pays farmers 6000 rupees annually in three installments. Every year the first installment comes from April to July, the second installment from August to November and the third installment from December to March.
If you have registered your name under the scheme, then you can check your name in the latest list of PM Kisan Samman Nidhi sitting at home. The way to check name in the list is very easy.
Know how many installments you have received so far
First, go to the official website of PM Kisan (PM Kisan) https://pmkisan.gov.in/.
Here you will find the option of ‘Farmers Corner’ on the right side
Click on ‘Beneficiary Status’ option here. A new page will open here.
On the new page, select one of the options from Aadhaar number, bank account number or mobile number.
Fill in the number of the option you have selected. After this, click on Get Data.
After clicking here, you will get information about all transactions. That is, when did the installment come into your account and which bank account was credited.
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You will also find information related to the seventh installment here.
If you see ‘FTO is generated and Payment confirmation is pending’ then it means that the process of fund transfer has started. This installment will be transferred to your account in a few days.
Easy steps to view online in the list
Go to the website pmkisan.gov.in.
Look at the menu bar on the home page and go to ‘Farmer’s Corner’ here.
Click on the ‘Beneficiary List’ link here.
After this enter your state, district, sub-district, block and village details
After filling this, click on Get Report and get the complete list
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