the government is giving credit cards to farmers registered under Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana. However, due to the difficult process, farmers are not able to apply for the scheme. Due to which all farmers are not getting the benefit of KCC. Now, in view of this problem, the government has launched UPPM Kisan KCC Mobile App. With this help, farmers can now apply online from home. This will help them a lot and there is no need to go anywhere.– Advertisement –
The intention of the government is that farmers can get the benefits of all government facilities easily. There should be no difficulty in getting the benefits of government schemes to the eligible farmers. For this, the government is online the schemes of most departments. The government had decided to provide KCC facility to eligible farmers under the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana. Later, the farmers associated with this scheme started being given the benefit of KCC, but the farmers were having a lot of trouble to make KCC.
Now farmers can apply for KCC through a mobile app. It is mandatory for them to be registered in PM-Kisan Yojana for the application. After this, the farmer has to fill the bank account and land details. According to measles, the details of the sown crops have to be fed. After this passport size photo will have to be uploaded. After uploading the complete details on the portal, OTP will come on the mobile, which will be completed along with the data upload.
After this, the tehsil workers will have to verify the data of the farmers online within seven days. After verification, the data will reach the branch of the concerned bank based on the IFSC code. This will be completed by the bank within 15 days. Deputy Director Agriculture DV Singh said that farmers are being informed about the online process of KCC application.
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