PM-KISAN (Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi) is a government scheme in India that provides financial assistance to small and marginal farmers. To be eligible for the PM-KISAN scheme, farmers need to complete the Know Your Customer (KYC) process.

The KYC process is a way for the government to verify the identity and personal details of farmers who are applying for the PM-KISAN scheme. It helps the government ensure that only genuine farmers are able to benefit from the scheme.

To complete the KYC process for the PM-KISAN scheme, farmers need to provide certain documents, such as:

  • Proof of identity (e.g., Aadhaar card, PAN card)
  • Proof of residence (e.g., voter ID card, electricity bill)
  • Proof of farming (e.g., land ownership documents, Kisan Credit Card)

Farmers can complete the KYC process by visiting the PM-KISAN website ( and following the instructions provided. Alternatively, they can also approach their nearest Common Service Center (CSC) or Agricultural Development Officer (ADO) for assistance in completing the process.

It is worth noting that the KYC process is an important step in the PM-KISAN scheme and must be completed before farmers can receive any financial assistance under the scheme.


To be eligible for PM-KISAN, farmers must be small or marginal farmers with cultivable land of 2 hectares or less. The scheme is open to all small and marginal farmers, regardless of their religion, caste, or gender.

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To enroll in the PM-KISAN scheme, farmers need to complete the KYC (Know Your Customer) process, which involves verifying their identity and providing information about their landholding and bank account. Farmers can enroll in the scheme through the PM-KISAN portal ( or through their state’s agricultural department.

Once the KYC process is complete and the farmer’s eligibility has been verified, they will receive an SMS notification about their enrollment in the scheme. The financial assistance will be transferred directly to the farmer’s bank account in three equal installments throughout the year.

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