- 1 Who is eligible for Kisan card?
- 2 How can I get PM Kisan Credit Card?
- 3 What are the documents required for Kisan Credit Card?
- 4 How much loan can I get on Kisan Credit Card?
- 5 How can I get Kisan card online?
- 6 How can I apply for Kisan Loan?
- 7 How do I check my PM Kisan money?
- 8 How can I activate pm Kisan account?
- 9 How can I check my Kisan KCC status?
- 10 What is the benefit of Kisan Credit Card?
- 11 How can I apply for KCC online?
- 12 How is KCC limit calculated?
Who is eligible for Kisan card?
Eligibility for Kisan Credit Card Loan Minimum Age – 18 years. Maximum Age – 75 years. In case a borrower is a senior citizen (age more than 60 years), a co-borrower is mandatory where the co-borrower should be a legal heir. All farmers – individuals/joint cultivators, owners.
How can I get PM Kisan Credit Card?
You can apply for a PM Kisan credit card online as well as offline. There are several banks in India, such as Axis Bank, State Bank of India, HDFC Bank, etc., that offer you the benefits of the PM Kisan Credit Card Yojana.
What are the documents required for Kisan Credit Card?
Be ready with following documents while opening this account
- Duly filled in application form.
- Identity proof- Voter ID card /PAN card /Passport/ Aadhaar card,/Driving License etc.
- Address proof: Voter ID card /Passport/Aadhaar card /Driving license etc.
- Land ownership records.
- Records of crops grown.
How much loan can I get on Kisan Credit Card?
Through the Kisan Credit Card, farmers can take a short-term loan of up to Rs 3 lakh in 5 years. Although the loan is available at the rate of 9 per cent, but the government gives a subsidy of 2 per cent on it.
How can I get Kisan card online?
- Visit the preferred bank’s website and visit their Kisan Credit Card Section.
- Download & print the Application form.
- Duly fill out the Application form.
- Submit the application and necessary documents at the nearest bank’s branch.
- The loan officer will share the necessary information with the applicant.
How can I apply for Kisan Loan?
Step 1- Visit PM Kisan Yojana i.e. pmkisan.gov.in. Step 5: Submit to your nearest branch. The Government of India (GoI) offers small farmers who hold KCC a loan of up to Rs 1.6 lakh with no collateral or guarantee. According to tax and investment experts, farmers can take up to a Rs 5 lakh KCC loan in three years.
How do I check my PM Kisan money?
To check ‘ PM Kisan beneficiary list’ – Go to Farmers’ Corner and click on the beneficiary list. Then enter your State, District, Sub-District, Block and Village. After that click on Get report. Step2: Click on the ‘Beneficiary Status’ option in the ‘Farmers Corner’ section on the top right of the website.
How can I activate pm Kisan account?
Step 1: Go to the official website of PM Kisan scheme – https:// pmkisan.gov.in/. At ‘Farmers corner’ you will find ‘New registration option’, just click on it. Now a new page will open. Step 2: Write your Aadhaar number on the new page, after which the registration form will open.
How can I check my Kisan KCC status?
Step 1: Go to the CSC PM KCC Portal, by visiting the website, to https://eseva.csccloud.in/ KCC /Default.aspx. Step 2: Now, log into the portal using your CSC ID and the password. Step 3: Select ‘ View Status ‘. Step 4: You will be redirected to a new page you need to enter your Kisan credit card application ID.
What is the benefit of Kisan Credit Card?
A Kisan credit card will help the farmer to secure timely credit at reasonable rates of interest in a hassle free manner. The farmer won’t be required to appear for the continuous screening process which is undertaken by the banks for giving term loans. A farmer can take maximum advantage of a Kisan credit card.
How can I apply for KCC online?
KCC Yojana Online Apply through PM Kisan Portal
- On the homepage, click on “Download KCC Form” tab.
- PDF form of KCC application form will appear.
- Print the application form.
- Fill the required details in the application form.
- Attach all the necessary documents and visit the concerned bank.
How is KCC limit calculated?
Scale of finance for the crop (as decided by District Level Technical Committee) x Extent of area cultivated + 10% of limit towards post-harvest/household/ consumption requirements + 20% of limit towards repairs and maintenance expenses of farm assets + crop insurance and/or accident insurance including PAIS, health