Pashu Kisan Credit Card

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The Indian government introduced the ‘Pashu Kisan Credit Card' to benefit all animal husbandry farmers. This card will boost the country's animal husbandry industry and help farmers earn more money. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has decided to extend the services of the Pashu Kisan Credit Card for a working capital demand for a variety of animal husbandry and fisheries-related businesses.

How to Apply under Pashu Kisan Credit Card Scheme?

  • To obtain a Pashu Kisan credit card, you must first contact a bank and request an application form.

  • The Pashu Kisan Credit Card application form, as well as a few KYC papers, must be submitted. The bank staff will inform you of the documentation that you must provide.

  • The credit card will be issued in accordance with the financial magnitude of the job.

Documents Required to Apply Under Pashu Kisan Credit Card Scheme:

Banks offering Kisan Credit Card:

  • Kisan Credit Card

  • PM Kisan Scheme

  • HDFC Kisan Credit Card

  • ICICI Kisan Credit Card

  • Axis Kisan Credit Card

  • Kotak Kisan Credit Card

  • PNB Kisan Credit Card

  • RBL Kisan Credit Card

  • Canara Bank Kisan Credit Card

  • Andhra Bank Kisan Credit Card

  • Bank of Baroda Kisan Credit Card

  • Allahabad Bank Kisan Credit Card

  • Union Bank Kisan Credit Card

  • Karur Vysya Bank Kisan Credit Card

  • IDBI Kisan Credit Card

  • Bank of India Kisan Credit Card

  • Bank of Maharashtra Kisan Credit Card

  • Indian Bank Kisan Credit Card

  • Central Bank of India Kisan Credit Card

  • Gramin Bank Kisan Credit Card

Submit the documents required to apply for Pashu Kisan Credit Card:

  • Aadhaar card

  • PAN card

  • Voter ID

  • Bank Account

Eligibility Criteria:

  1. Fishery:

    • Self Help Groups

    • Fish Farmers 

    • Women groups

    • Joint Liability Groups

Please keep in mind that the recipient must lease or own any fisheries-related activities such as a tank, pond, raceway, open water bodies, rearing unit, and hatchery. He or she should also be licenced to engage in fish farming and fishing-related operations.

  1. Marine Fisheries:

    • Self Help Groups

    • Fish Farmers

    • Women groups

    • Joint Liability Groups

You must have a registered fishing vessel, a registered boat, a fishing licence, and authorization to fish in estuaries and at sea, as well as permission to engage in fish farming/mariculture activities in estuaries.

  1. Poultry and Small Ruminant:

    • Farmers

    • Poultry farmers (individual or joint borrower)

    • Joint Liability Groups

    • Self Help Groups (farmers who have rented, owned or leased the animals)

  2. Dairy:

    • Farmers

    • Dairy farmers (individual or joint borrower)

    • Joint Liability Groups

    • Self Help Groups (tenant farmers having owned or leased sheds rented)

Disclaimer: All the data mentioned in this article is only for information purposes and is fetched from reliable sources.

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