eKYC under PM Kisan scheme

eKYC under PM Kisan scheme

To be eligible for all the advantages of Pradhanmantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana, the beneficiaries must complete the eKYC.
As per the DBT Agriculture Bihar website, “Beneficiaries must have eKYC completed within the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana or else they’ll lose the advantages from the program.”

pm Kisan eKYC charges

Farmers who are beneficiaries, however, can submit KYC online and through the web. Be aware that there might be a cost of 15 rupees for an eKYC update using biometrics from the closest CSC/Vasudha facility.

“KYC beneficiaries can create the eKYC process on their Aadhaar link via the PM-Kisan’s website using OTP via mobile numbers or complete eKYC via biometric method at their closest CSC/Vasudha facility where a cost of Rs.15 was set to be paid by the Government of India, the website said.
There is no time limit for submitting the eKYC. However, it’s mandatory to obtain the benefits.

How do I make changes to your PM Kisan EC Online?

Step 1. Go to pmkisan.gov.in
Step 2: Click on Pm Kisan Ekyc
Step 3: Enter Your Aadhaar Number and Captcha Code
Step 4: Click on Search
5th step: Type in the mobile number and enter the OTP sent to mobiles connected to Aadhaar.
Step 6: Click on “Submit For Auth”

The PM Kisan Ekyc will be successful if the information provided matches Aadhaar and the KYC update is completed.

The benefits of the scheme

The benefits will be paid with three equally divided installments worth Rs. 2000/- each every four months into the bank accounts of all qualified beneficiaries.

Required information

The following documents and information are necessary to enroll under the PM-Kisan Scheme.

  • Name, Age, Gender, and Category (SC/ST)
  • Aadhaar Number
  • Bank Account Number and IFSC Code
  • The mobile number isn’t required; it is recommended that when there is a need, it can be provided so that relevant information to transfer benefits can be made available.

It is important to note that the financial benefits in the scheme must be credited directly to the account of the beneficiaries’ banks.