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Utilization Pattern of PM-KISAN Benefits

H, Gopi and K B, Rangappa (2021): Utilization Pattern of PM-KISAN Benefits. Published in: The Journal of Indian Art History Congress , Vol. 27, No. 01 (2021): pp. 76-79.

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In developing countries like India, the obstacles for development for an economy are large. Such countries' population is mainly dependent on agriculture for their livelihood. It is relic, that the exploitation of landlords and zamindari systems on small and marginal farmers. Even today small and marginal farmers with small holdings are still in the need of development. Due to some market negotiations while selling their output, farmers might face loss and sometimes find difficult to debt repayment, crop diseases, floods and droughts. Because of debt issues large number of farmers have given up their lives. According to the National Crime Report of Bureau (NCRB), the number of farmer suicides in the country has plunged to 11,379 in 2016, 12,360 and 12,602 in 2014 and 2015 respectively. Therefore, to rescue and upliftment of SMFs,’ the central government of India introduced many programs among PM-KISAN Yojana is also one which provides a financial inducement to the farmers through instalments under certain duration gap, since December 1st of 2018. The scheme aims to provide financial support to the small and marginal farmers to get hold of various inputs such as crop health and appropriate yields along with farm income proportionate to the land holdings at the end of each crop. This would also protect them from falling in the clutches of moneylenders for meeting such expenses and ensure their continuance in the farming activities. As of the aim of PM-KISAN, beneficiaries have not been optimum utilization of the scheme financial assistance. So that, the present study objects to analyses the scheme benefit utilization pattern among beneficiaries in Davanagere district of Karnataka. The description of the study relates to Davanagere district particularly and that has planned to take few farmers to analyses the scheme influences on beneficiaries. The information will be collected from beneficiaries directly and will be presented through tabular representation with some analysis followed by interpretation. There are many sources even used by articles, newspapers and government publications.

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