PM Kisan Scheme eKYC Update 2024: Steps for Online Verification

The Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Scheme was launched in 2019 by the Indian Government for the development of the livelihood and welfare of the farmers, who are under the poverty line. This scheme intends to help small-scale farmers and the farmers who have a small piece of land, referred to as marginal farmers. The sector of agricultural development is the major motive of the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Scheme. The update regarding the eKYC has been announced by the government Which should be completed by the farmers who have registered in the PM Kisan Scheme to continue with receiving the beneficiary payment of Rs. 6,000 per annum. The amount is paid to the bank account of the farmers which is connected with the Aadhar Card in three installments of Rs. 2000 once every four months. In this article, the methods to update the eKYC through the online and offline modes are explained which can be saved and used in case of any hesitation in the process of updating the eKYC of the registered farmers. 

 

Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Scheme Overview

The PM Kisan Scheme has been found to work hard to develop the livelihood of the farmers by providing an extra amount of Rs. 6,000 every year. The amount is paid directly to the recipient’s bank account in three installments without any middleman, therefore the complete amount will be received by the registered farmers. At present the 17th Installment of PM Kisan Scheme has been announced and it is found to be beneficial for the farmers. To continue receiving the beneficiary payment farmers are expected to renovate their account by doing an update of their registered PM Kisan Scheme account. A detailed overview regarding the update and PM Kisan Scheme is mentioned below:

  • Name of the Scheme: Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Scheme 
  • Conducting Department: Agriculture and farmer welfare department
  • Purpose: To update the registered account In the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Scheme
  • Modes of Update: Online and Offline 
  • Location: All Over India
  • Official Website: www.pmkisan.gov.in 

 

What is the process of PM Kisan eKYC?

The Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Scheme has announced the eKYC, which has the full form of electronic Know Your Customer. The eKYC is used to verify whether the amount sent by the government is reaching out to the registered farmers. Therefore the farmers who have registered in the PM Kisan Scheme have to update their eKYC account to receive further Installments. The updating process can be done through either online or offline modes. The central government of India has provided a deadline for the completion of the eKYC update of the PM Kisan Scheme. The failure to do the update will result in the farmer’s accounts getting declined and the farmers will not receive the installments by the government.

 

Modes of eKYC update

The electronic Know Your Customer is an essential process that needs to be completed by the candidates to receive the beneficiary payment offered by the central government in installments throughout the year. The eKYC update can be either through online or offline modes. The process of updation through online and offline modes the detailed explanation of the modes are mentioned below:

  • OTP Based eKYC update
  • Biometric-based eKYC update
  • Face authentication-based eKYC update

Out of these three, the updates are based on the face authentication and OTP is an online mode of update, which can be done by the person who has registered the account. The biometric update is the offline mode of update that should be done through the available CSC centers. How to update using these three methods is mentioned below: 

 

OTP Based eKYC update

  • The farmers who have registered an account can update their account with the one-time password sent by the authority. 
  • The one-time password will be received by the mobile number given in the Aadhar Card of the farmer. 
  • By entering the received OTP in the required section, the update of the eKYC can be completed.

 

Face authentication-based eKYC update

  • The registered farmers may have different mobile numbers at present and the mobile number in the Aadhar Card may not be used.
  • Therefore they can proceed with the process of electronic Know Your Customer update with the PM Kisan official app which can be downloaded on the mobile.
  • It’s a very simple process; those who have any issues with the one time password can update using the app by opening the front camera and scan the face by scanning the facial features of the applicants the updation process takes place.

 

Biometric based eKYC update

  • The process of updating through the biometric method is considered to be an offline mode of updating. The applicants who are not aware of using the online modes can use the biometric mode by visiting their nearest common service center (CSC).
  • The updates in this method are done through the verification based on the biometrics of the applicants.
  • The fingerprint and iris prints are scanned through the available instruments in the centers. By scanning the biometric details of the applicant the update can be done in the offline mode.

 

Check the Status of Update 

The farmers who have updated their PM Kisan Scheme account to receive the beneficiary payment Installments through the online and offline modes of Update should check whether the update made by them has been updated on the official website. To check their update of eKYC the applicants can follow the steps mentioned below: 

  1. To check whether the update has been processed or not, the applicants are required to open the website of Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Scheme, www.pmkisan.gov.in
  2. The “Farmers Corner” button should be pressed and the applicant can find the eKYC icon and press it.
  3. The Aadhar Card number of the applicants should be entered in the required place and proceed with pressing the search button.
  4. The webpage opens and requires the mobile number mentioned in the Aadhar Card to be entered and press the “Get OTP” option available on the webpage.
  5. OTP will be sent to the applicant’s mobile number and the one time password should be entered in the required area after verifying the one time password, another web page opens.
  6. The web page opens will have the details regarding the updated status of the electronic Know Your Customer eKYC. 

 

The Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Scheme was widely appreciated by many former leaders and it benefits the farmers who are economically deprived and promotes the agricultural sector in India. The update of the eKYC should be completed before the designated date of the deadline.

 

FAQs:-

1. What is PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Scheme?

It is a government scheme providing Rs. 6,000 per annum to eligible farmers in three installments.

2. Who is eligible for PM Kisan Scheme?

Small and marginal farmers owning up to 2 hectares of land are eligible.

3. How is the amount disbursed?

The amount is directly credited to the beneficiary’s bank account linked with Aadhaar.

4. What is eKYC in PM Kisan Scheme?

eKYC (electronic Know Your Customer) is used to verify and update farmer details to ensure they receive payments.

5. Why is eKYC update necessary?

It ensures farmers continue receiving PM Kisan payments without disruption.

6. How can farmers update eKYC online?

By using OTP sent to their registered mobile number or through face authentication using the PM Kisan mobile app.

7. What is the offline method to update eKYC?

Farmers can update eKYC using biometric verification at nearby Common Service Centers (CSCs).

8. How can farmers check the status of their eKYC update?

Visit www.pmkisan.gov.in, go to “Farmers Corner,” enter Aadhaar number, verify OTP, and check update status.

9. Is there a deadline for eKYC update?

Yes, farmers must update their eKYC within the specified deadline to continue receiving benefits.

10. Where can farmers find more information about PM Kisan Scheme?

Detailed information is available on the official PM Kisan website: www.pmkisan.gov.in.

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