Beware Fraud Kusum Yojana Online Registration

Kusum Yojana Fraud Registration: The central government, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy warn against the fraudulent websites that are conducting registration for Kusum Yojana. The central government warns such website misuses the data entered by you. There is not any official website or notice for registration of the scheme. Beware from the website; do not share your personal data to such the websites.

The government has said that registration of Kusum Scheme has not started yet. Many fake websites are giving its forms and doing online registration which is fake. You do not register on these websites or they will be very much cheated. So far, the detailed guidelines of this scheme have not been issued so far. The government has said that such websites can misuse the collected data.

MNRE further said that the Discoms or power distribution companies and state nodal agencies will implement Kusum yojana for which detailed instructions will be issued soon. It has said that all potential beneficiaries should avoid depositing any registration fee or sharing important data on fake websites, otherwise it will be difficult.

He said, “To get the necessary information related tothe scheme, you can contact your Discom / State Renewable Energy Nodal Agenciesor get the right information by going to the official portalwww.mnre.gov.in.” Kusum Yojna’s official website has not been launchedyet. Here’s a link to a fake website like this. These websites are completely fake;do not register here at all.

About the Kusum Yojana

The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has formulated a Scheme ‘Kisan Urja Suraksha evam Utthaan Mahabhiyan i.e.KUSUM. The Scheme is currently under the process of seeking approval. The proposal on KUSUM Scheme provides for:-

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(i)   Installation of grid-connected solar power plants each of Capacity up to 2 MW in the rural areas

(ii)   Installation of standalone off-grid solar water pumps to fulfil irrigation needs of farmers not connected to grid; and

 (iii)  solarisation of existing grid-connectedagriculture pumps to make farmers independent of grid supply and also enablethem to sell surplus solar power generated to DISCOM and get extra income.

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