PM Kisan 15th Installment, Status Check, Beneficiary List, Common Issues

Hello Readers, Welcome To JK Student Update! In This Article, I, Mufayaiz Wani, will guide you through the latest developments in the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM-KISAN) Yojana, particularly the 15th installment disbursed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Let’s delve into the details.

PM Kisan 15th Installment Overview:

In a significant move, PM Modi distributed over ₹18,000 crore to more than 80 million farmers as the 15th installment of the PM-KISAN Yojana on November 15. This initiative, spanning 14 installments and disbursing ₹2.62 lakh crore, aims to provide crucial financial support to farmers across the nation.

PM Kisan 15th Installment 2023

Addressing Non-Receipt Issues:

Despite the widespread distribution, some eligible farmers might face non-receipt issues. If you haven’t received the ₹2,000 installment, take prompt action. Lodge complaints through the PM-KISAN Helpdesk at 011-24300606, 155261, or the toll-free number 18001155266. Grievances can also be emailed to [email protected] or [email protected].

How To Check Beneficiary Status:

Before filing a complaint, it’s crucial to verify your name on the beneficiary list. Follow these steps:

  • Step 1: Visit
  • Step 2: Navigate to ‘Beneficiary Status‘ in the ‘Farmers Corner
  • Step 3: Fill in details like state, district, Sub-District, and Panchayat
  • Step 4: Enter your registered Aadhaar or bank account number
  • Step 5: Click ‘Get Data‘ to view your installment status.

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Potential Delays and Exclusion Criteria:

Farmers facing delays in receiving instalments can avail benefits once the cause is addressed. Non-compliance with e-KYC norms could be a reason for non-receipt. The government has made e-KYC mandatory for all PM-KISAN beneficiaries.

Important Note:

The PM-KISAN scheme, operational since December 1, 2018, strives to provide annual income support to land-holding farmer families. While the Central government is actively addressing grievances through a saturation campaign, achieving 100% saturation faces challenges due to exclusion criteria.

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