New Delhi: The State Bank of India (SBI) has an offer for its farmer clients. SBI’s farmer customers can now request the Kisan credit card review from home. SBI’s farmer customers will no longer need to visit a branch for the Kisan Credit Card (KCC) review. âKCC Review from the comfort of your place. SBI’s farmer customers can now request a KCC exam without going to the branch, âSBI tweeted.Read also – Small savings plan of the post office: open an account with only Rs 1000, get a better interest rate, tax exemptions | Details here
âView the KCC account from your home. Your Kisan credit card account with SBI can now be viewed online at YONO without an agency visit, âState Bank of India said. Also read – 2021 IPL Points Table after KKR vs PBKS: Punjab Kings jump to fifth place after victory over Kolkata; KL Rahul Reclaims Cap Orange
- State Bank of India farmer clients need to download SBI YONO app.
- After that, SBI farmer customers need to log in.
- They must go to YONO Krishi
- Customers must select “Khata”
- After that, SBI clients should go to KCC Review.
- Finally, SBI clients must apply.
KCC Review from the comfort of your seat.
SBI’s farmer customers can now request a KCC exam without visiting the branch. To download #YONOSBI app now: https://t.co/wWHOt51u7y#SBI #National Bank of India #YONOKrishi #Farmers pic.twitter.com/6iyu6J2yzI
– State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) August 4, 2021
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- In order to ensure that all eligible farmers receive hassle-free and timely credit for their farming operations, the central government introduced the Kisan Credit Card Program (KCC) to enable farmers to purchase agricultural inputs such as seeds, fertilizers, pesticides. , etc., according to the Ministry of Finance.
- âThe KCC program was further simplified in 2012, which provides for the provision of a debit card compatible with ATMs with, among other things, one-stop documentation facilities, built-in cost escalation in the limit, any number of withdrawals within the limit, etc. “Said the Ministry of Finance in February 2021.