What is PM Kisan Maan dhan SchemeHemlata khandelwal / 2021-08-30 10:34:50
The government is running many schemes for crores of farmers of the country. One of these schemes is the government's PM Kisan Maan Dhan Scheme. Like the people doing government jobs, farmers also get pension every month from this scheme. Under the PM Kisan Maandhan Yojana, there is a provision of pension after 60 years of age. Any farmer between the age of 18 years to 40 years can participate in this scheme. Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) is managing this pension fund.
Get a pension of 3000 rupees every month:
In PM Kisan Maan dhan scheme, on monthly contribution according to age, after the age of 60, a monthly pension of Rs 3000 or Rs 36000 is given annually. The contribution for this ranges from Rs 55 to Rs 200 per month. So far more than 21 lakh farmers have joined this scheme. Know how you can take advantage of this scheme.
What is PM Kisan Maan dhan scheme?
Farmers between the age of 18 to 40 years can participate in the Kisan Pension Scheme, who have a maximum of 2 hectares of land for cultivation. They will have to contribute a monthly contribution of about Rs 55 to Rs 200 under the scheme for a minimum of 20 years and a maximum of 40 years. The government will also contribute equal to the contribution of the farmer under this scheme. That is, if your contribution in PM Kisan account is Rs 55, then the government will also contribute Rs 55 to your account.
How to get registration under this scheme?
Get free registration like this:
For this, the farmer will have to get himself registered by visiting the nearest Common Service Center (CSC). For this, a copy of the farmer's Aadhar card and Khasra Khatian will have to be taken. Along with this, 2 passport size photographs of the farmer and passbook of the bank will also be required. During registration, the farmer will be given a pension unique number and pension card. There is no separate fee for this.
From how much money can I start contributing to this scheme?
The contribution depends on the age of the farmers. For example, if you join at the age of 18, then the monthly contribution will have to be Rs 55 or the annual contribution will be Rs 660. On the other hand, if you join at the age of 40, then you will have to contribute Rs 200 per month or Rs 2400 annually.
If you want to stop the scheme in the middle:
If a farmer wants to leave the scheme in the middle, then his money will not be lost. The amount deposited till he leaves the scheme will get interest equal to the savings account of the banks. If the policy holder farmer dies, his wife will continue to get 50 per cent of the amount.