Weekly Newsletter, 11/15/2018
Non Loanee farmer’s for PMFBY Rabi 2018-19 has been started on Digital Seva Portal

Enrolment of Non Loanee farmer’s for PMFBY Rabi 2018-19 has been started on Digital Seva Portal – Government – Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana for Tamilnadu, Odisha & Maharashtra.
Remaining states will start appearing in PMFBY portal as soon as State Agriculture Dept. digitized crops on PMFBY Portal.

Pls Note : We have received many complaints from Insurance Companies regarding uploading of wrong docs, bank statements & low quality of scanning in last PMFBY Season of Kharib 2018, even wrong/another farmers docs were uploaded by some VLEs.

These proposals may be subject to Rejection by insurance companies & premium will be refunded to the Farmer’s bank account.

In this Season please enrol Non Loanee Farmers with considering below points :


1. Upload CORRECT docs only.

2. Scanned documents should be CLEAR.

3. Scanned documents should be READABLE.

4. Do ONLY ONE transaction of every farmer for their multiple crops, Use Add Crops option.


1. Don’t charge any extra amount from the Farmer except premium mentioned on Acknowledgement Receipt.

2. Low quality scan docs may subject to rejection by Insurance Companies & VLEs should be held liable for these Rejections.

3. Don’t create Fresh entry of different Crops of single Farmer. Use Add Crops option in single application.

IMPORTANT NOTE : In case if any VLE found doing above mentioned Don’ts, CSCwill disable PMFBY Service of those VLEs instantly. This is a strict instruction from CEO Desk .


Union Minister Smriti Irani announces Pindara Thakur village as “DigiGaon”

Union Textilies Minister, Ms.Smriti Irani inaugurated on Saturday (01.09.2018) “the DigiGaon” initiative at a Village in Amethi District as part of efforts to provide people access to Government Services. During the inauguration of “DigiGaon” in Amethi( U.P), she said that the CSC movement had transformed into a movement of change bringing services like banking, pensions, digital literacy and telemedicine to rural and remote villages through electronic infrastructure.

Also present during the launch ceremony were Dr.DineshTyagi (CEO-CSC-SPV), District Magistrate of Amethi, Ms.Shakuntala Gautam and Hon’ble State Minister Sh.Suresh Passi. Mr Passi ,said that the CSC project is providing sustainable digital access to rural communities and are giving the necessary impetus for upliftment of the rural community.

Under the DigiGaon Village initiative, Hon’ble Minister Ms.Smriti Irani also inaugurated a Common Service Center(CSC), that would provide digital access to 100 + Government Services, at Pindara Thakur Village in Musafirkhana block in Amethi. She also mentioned that in order to serve the ladies, especially young women, sanitary napkins are being prepared under the “Stree Swabhiman Yojana” in all 13 Blocks of Amethi.

DigiGaon or Digital Village is conceptualised as a connected village where citizens can avail various e-Services of the Central Government, state Governments and private players in rural and remote villages in the country. These DigiGaons are projected to be change agents, promoting rural entrepreneurship and building rural capacities and livelihoods through community participation and collective action. The digital villages have been equipped with solar lighting facility in their community center, LED assembly unit, sanitary napkin unit and Wi-fi choupal (rural Wi-Fi infrastructure and a slew of suitable applications).

These villages are running the regular CSC services like banking, health, education, financial services, and a host of other services. In the initial phase villages like Dhanauri Kalan (G.B.Nagar), Sultanpur(Ghazibad) &Pindara Kothari (Amethi) in Uttar Pradesh, have been chosen for Digigaon Or Digital Village

Contact Number- 180030003468

Email- helpdesk@pmgdisha.in