PM Suryoday Yojana: 1Cr Households to get rooftop solar

After returning from the inauguration of Ram Mandir at Ayodhya on 22 January 2024, Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi,

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After returning from the inauguration of Ram Mandir at Ayodhya on 22 January 2024, Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, made a huge announcement through a social media platform named Twitter. Narendra Modi shared that they are introducing a new scheme named PM Suryoday Yojana for the citizens of India.

The scheme will help poor or middle-class families. The following article will discuss Prime Minister Suryoday Yojana in detail. Scroll down the page to check the details.

PM Suryoday Yojana

PM Suryoday Yojana
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With the help of the scheme, the government will install solar rooftops in one crore households. The scheme will not only reduce the electricity bills of the family by almost half but it will also make India self-independent in the field of energy. Check details like eligibility, required documents and others in the article prepared below.

Pradhan Mantri Suryoday Yojana: Highlights

Name of the YojanaPM Suryoday Yojana
Introduced byNarendra Modi
Aim of the SchemeTo provide solar rooftop
Number of Houses1 crore houses
Application Availability StatusTo be released
LocationAll over India

PM Suryoday Yojana Eligibility Criteria

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Readers who are interested in the latest scheme launched by the officials can check out the eligibility criteria set for the PM Suryoday Yojana. It is important to fulfil conditions. Or else applicants will not be considered for the yojana. Let’s check the eligibility criteria information:

  • Interested aspirants should be permanent residents of India.
  • The annual income of the applicants and its family should not be more than Rs. 1 or 1.5 lakh.
  • It is important to submit or upload the correct and valid requested documents.
  • Candidates selected for the scheme must not be associated with any government services.

How to apply for the PM Suryoday Yojana?

Please note that no information has been released for the PM Suryoday Yojana application process. So, we are going to explain online as well as offline modes for submitting the application form. Scroll down the page to take a look at the procedures:

Online Mode:

  • Commence the process by visiting the official website on which the yojana is provided.
  • After that, the home page will open on the screen where you must locate the yojana/ scheme section.
  • Click on it and a new page holding various scheme links will be available.
  • Locate and click on the PM Suryoday Yojana and a new page will open on the respective device.
  • Now, you must check all important instructions available regarding it and tap the register button.
  • Start entering the details on the application form carefully and once you are satisfied with the details, proceed further.
  • Afterwards, upload the scanned files of requested documents such as photo identification, residence proof and others.
  • Go through the whole form again and tap the submit button to complete the process.

Offline Mode:

In case, the official introduces the offline process or the scheme mentioned above then the candidates interested in the scheme will first have to visit the nearby allotted office. There you will have to get the application form and enter the details on it carefully. Now, you must also attach the printed copies of the requested documents. Finally, submit it to the authority to complete the process.

Frequently Asked Questions

Which documents are needed to apply for the PM Suryoday Yojana?

The following is the list of documents which must be kept by candidates while applying for the PM Suryoday Yojana:
applicant’s aadhar card, Domicile Certificate, electricity bill, Income certificate of the applicant, mobile number, bank passbook, passport-size photo and Ration card

What was the expected solar energy installed capacity in Indian for the 2023 year?

As per the website of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, the solar energy installed capacity in India was expected to reach approximately 73.31 GW by December 2023.

What is the aim of the PM Suryoday Yojana?

As you know middle-class families face problems with high electricity bills. By installing the solar rooftop, the government aim to reduce the electricity bills for poor and middle-class families. The usage of electricity will also be reduced to some extent.

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