PM Kisan Mandhan Yojana: Agriculture, farmers and India all these elements complete each other. Whenever a definition is made about India as a nation, its farmers are present as an important part in it. We cannot think of India in isolation from farmers or agriculture. But despite the importance of agriculture, farmers, the economic condition of the farmers of India is getting worse.
You can guess this from the fact that every year due to economic loss, a large number of farmers are forced to commit suicide. Even so many farmer suicides are due to weak economic condition of the farmer or money crunch. In the absence of money, the farmer of this country, being a grain grower, is deprived of the consumption of that grain.
In view of such condition of the farmers, the central government has started many important schemes to improve the economic condition of the farmers. One of these schemes is PM Kisan Mandhan Yojana.
What is the basis of this scheme (PM Kisan Mandhan Yojana)
Under the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Mandhan Yojana, farmers are given 36 thousand rupees every year. However, this amount is given by the government to the farmers in the form of pension. Farmers get Rs 3,000 every month.
How farmers can take advantage of this scheme
For PM Kisan Mandhan Yojana, farmers have to deposit a very small amount every year. Under this scheme, any farmer between the age of 18 to 40 years can take advantage of this scheme. According to this scheme, according to the age of the farmer, how much amount will be deposited by him every month is decided. This amount varies between Rs 55 to Rs 200 per month. Let us tell you that this pension fund is maintained by the Life Insurance Corporation of India.
How much amount has to be deposited according to age
According to PM Kisan Mandhan Yojana, the farmer whose age is between 18 years to 29 years, he has to deposit an amount between Rs 55 to Rs 109. Farmers in the age group of 30 years to 39 years have to deposit an amount between Rs 110 to Rs 199 every month.
Apart from this, the farmers who take this scheme at the age of 40 years, they have to deposit an amount up to Rs 200 every month. After depositing these installments, when the farmer will attain 60 years of age, then every year an amount of Rs 36,000 will be given by the government to that farmer as a pension. Every month an amount of three (3) thousand rupees will be received by the farmer.