Steps to take when you have not received the 14th installment of PM Kisan

The Prime Minister released the PM Kisan scheme’s 14th installment on 27th July 2023 to about 85 million farmers. The PM Kisan scheme is a Central Sector scheme with 100% funding from the government, where beneficiary farmers receive monetary benefits of Rs.6,000 per year in three installments. The government will release Rs.2,000 in each installment for the beneficiary farmers between April-July, August-November, and December-March.

The government will transfer the installment amount directly to the beneficiaries’ bank accounts. However, the eligible farmers may not have received the 14th installment in some instances. In such cases, the beneficiary farmers should register a complaint with the PM Kisan Helpdesk.

The PM Kisan Helpdesk is available from Monday to Friday at 155261 or 011-24300606. The farmers who have not received the 14th installment of PM Kisan can call the helpdesk number and register a complaint. 

The farmers can also register a grievance by sending an email to –

The farmers can also register a complaint or register query directly here –

However, checking whether the name is mentioned in the beneficiary list before complaining is advisable. Here are the steps to check if your name is there in the beneficiary list:

Step 1: Go to the official PM Kisan website.

Step 2: Under the ‘Farmers Corner’ and click the ‘Know Your Status’ tab.

Step 3: Enter the Registration number and click the ‘Get Data’ button. If you don’t know the registration number, click the ‘Know your registration no.’ link. Enter the ‘Aadhaar Number’ or ‘Mobile Number’ and click ‘Get Date’. 

One of the primary reasons for not receiving the PM Kisan 14th installment may be a failure to follow e-KYC norms. According to the official PM Kisan website, e-KYC is mandatory for PM Kisan registered farmers to receive the installment amount. Farmers can complete their e-KYC through OTP on the PM Kisan website or the nearest CSC centres through biometric-based e-KYC.

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