PMAYG – Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana Gramin 2022


The Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana Gramin (PMAYG) was put in place to help the “Housing for All” scheme. There was a plan to finish the “Housing for All” project by the year 2022.

The main goal of the Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana Gramin (PMAYG) programme is to help people get a house that is made of concrete and has some of the most important things. You can use this plan if you don’t own your own home, or if your house has been damaged a lot. Now, the minimum size of houses that can be made for people who get help from the PMAYG programme has gone up from 20sq. mt. to 25square mt.

PMAYG – Highlights

Toll-Free Contact Number1800-11-6446 / 1800-11-8111
Complaints or Suggestion[email protected] 
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PMAYG Beneficiary Registration Assistance Click to Download Manual
State Wise Contact Person DetailsPMAYG Implementation Officials
PMAY-G App Android and iOS

Subsidy Program for PMAYG

Beneficiaries can obtain a loan of up to Rs.70,000 from financial institutions under the scheme.

  1. Interest is subsidised at a rate of 3%.
  2. The maximum subsidy amount is Rs.2 lakh.
  3. The maximum subsidy available is about Rs.38,359 for the EMI payable.

The PMAYG Scheme’s Characteristics

Check the list below for the key features of the PMAYG scheme:

  • The cost of the unit will be shared 60% to 40% between the Central and State governments in plain areas, i.e., each unit will receive Rs.1.20 lakh in assistance.
  • In the Himalayan states, northeastern states, and the Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory (UT), the ratio is 90:10, with each unit receiving up to Rs.1.3 lakh in assistance.
  • Financed entirely by the Centre for Union Territories, including Ladakh’s UT.
  • MGNREGS provides beneficiaries with about Rs.90.95 per day of unskilled labour.
    Beneficiaries are identified using Socio-Economic and Caste Census (SECC) parameters and confirmed by Gram Sabhas.
  • Assistance of up to Rs.12,000 will be provided for the construction of toilets under the Swachh Bharat Mission-Gramin (SBM-G) in collaboration with MGNREGS or other schemes.
  • Payments are made electronically to Aadhaar-linked bank accounts or post office accounts.

Eligibility Requirements for PMAYG

The following are the eligibility requirements, which include specific levels of deprivation and distinct priority lists:

  • Families with zero, one, or two-room houses with kutcha walls and roofs.
  • Households without an adult over the age of 25 who is literate.
  • Families without an adult male member between the ages of 16 and 59.
  • Homes without an adult member aged 16 to 59.
  • Households with no members who are able-bodied and one member who is disabled.
  • Landless households that rely on casual labor for income.
  • Scheduled Tribes, Others, and Minorities.

Why I Am Not Eligible For PMAY Gramin Scheme?

If you meet any of the following then you cannot apply for Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana Gramin (PMAYG) Scheme.

  • Candidates who own a motorised two-wheeler, three-wheeler, or four-wheeler, as well as agricultural or fishing equipment.
  • Candidates who possess a Kisan Credit Card (KCC) with a credit limit of at least Rs.50,000
  • Any household where at least one member is a government employee or earns more than Rs. 10,000 per month.
  • Any individual who is required to pay income tax, professional taxes, or who owns a refrigerator or landline telephone connection.

Documents Required to Submit an Application for PMAYG

These are some of the things you need to apply for the Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana Gramin (PMAYG) scheme:

  1. Aadhaar identification number
  2. Consent document authorising the beneficiary to use Aadhaar on his or her behalf
  3. Number assigned to a beneficiary’s MGNREGA-registered job card
  4. Beneficiary’s Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) number
  5. Particulars of the bank account

How to Apply, Register, or Add PMAYG Beneficiaries

The beneficiary registration process is divided into four sections, which are as follows:

  1. Personal information
  2. Bank account information
  3. Specifics about convergence
  4. Details from the relevant office

Steps To Add Beneficiaries – PMAYG Scheme

Follow the steps carefully to add beneficiaries to your PMAYG.

pradhan mantri awaas yojana gramin
  1. Visit the official website to sign in to Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana Gramin (PMAYG).
  2. Fill in the personal information section with the information that you need (such as gender, mobile number, Aadhaar number, etc.)
  3. Upload the form that says that you agree to use your Aadhaar number.
  4. To find the beneficiary’s name, PMAY ID, and priority, click the search button on the right side of the screen.
  5. Select “Select to Register.”
  6. The information about the person who will get the money will be shown automatically.
  7. As of now, you can fill in the rest of the beneficiary information, like how the person owns the money, how the person is related to the money, and so on.
  8. Upload the form that says that the beneficiary’s Aadhaar number can be used on their behalf.
  9. This is where you’ll put in the names and bank accounts of people who are going to get your money.
  10. You’ll also need to put in things like their names and numbers.
  11. To get a loan, choose “Yes” and enter the amount you want.
  12. MGNREGA job card number and Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) number of the person who will get the money are in the next field.
  13. The next section will be filled in by the office that is in charge of that area.

Reports on Beneficiaries for PMAYG

The beneficiaries of the Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana (PMAYG) scheme are chosen by the government using a process based on the 2011 Socio-Economic Caste Census (SECC). Check the list below for the procedure for selecting the beneficiaries:

  1. The SECC will be utilised to compile a list of beneficiaries.
  2. Following that, these beneficiaries will be prioritised.
  3. Following that, the list will be sent to Gram Sabhas for verification.
  4. A final list will be created and published after it has been verified.
  5. Finally, annual lists will be compiled.

Houses built in PMAYG : 2018 – 2021

The following are the most recent PMAYG reports on the number of houses completed in a fiscal year as of 31 March 2021:

State Name2018-20192019-20202020-20212021-2022
Arunachal Pradesh857472417216
Himachal Pradesh3151447605121
Jammu and Kashmir149185610217465909
Madhya Pradesh70594927534226206737607
Tamil Nadu12283652760521848199
Uttar Pradesh42984417419137722141530
West Bengal742391286347678587145912
Andaman and Nicobar1286483153
Dadra and Nagar Haveli197221972128
Daman and Diu7000
Andhra Pradesh18677500

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List of Officials Engaged In Implementation Of PMAY-G

The table below has the name of the officials who played a key role in implementation of PMAYG.

StatesNameEmail idTelephone No.
ANDAMAN AND NICOBARGurjeet Kaur[email protected]03192242739
 Shekhar Rai[email protected]03192242739
ANDHRA PRADESHSri Dr Narayan Bharat Gupta[email protected]08645274117
 Sri Chinnaswami Jayaramachari[email protected] 
 Sri Nagur Rajasekhar[email protected]08645274117
 Sri Ajay Jain[email protected]08632445496
ARUNACHAL PRADESHTamo rebi[email protected] 
 Chera Sanjiv[email protected] 
 Parimal Deb[email protected] 
 Kego Jilen[email protected] 
 Nyali Ete[email protected] 
 Amarnath Talwade[email protected] 
ASSAMMithun Deka[email protected]03612333645
 Mr Mriganka Choudhury[email protected]03612333645
 Rashsul Hussain[email protected]03612333645
BIHARAshutosh kr[email protected]06122215273
 Mrinal Styarthi[email protected]06122215273
 Rajesh Parimal[email protected]06122215273
 Arvind Chaudhary[email protected]06122217496
CHHATTISGARHKanchan Bhuarya[email protected]07712510199
 S Prakash[email protected]07712510585
 Prakash Parihar[email protected]07712510199
 Ananad raj soni[email protected]07712510199
 Deep Ghosh[email protected]07712510199
 Kailash Thakur[email protected]07712510199
 Seema Mishra[email protected]07712510199
DADRA AND NAGAR HAVELISohil Mecwan[email protected] 
 Harilal Chavda[email protected]02602632303
 Sohil Mecwan[email protected] 
DAMAN AND DIUJuber Radhanpura[email protected] 
 Dharmendra Damania[email protected] 
GOABhaskar Nerulkar[email protected] 
GUJARATDinesh Kapadiya[email protected]07923253452
 Meghna Parikh[email protected]07923256366
 Sameer Mehta[email protected]07923256750
 Bhrugu Bhatt[email protected] 
 Vijay Nehra[email protected]07923253461
HARYANASandeep Kumar[email protected]01722703136
 Arun Kumar[email protected]01722702125
 Sheetal Malhotra[email protected]01722703136
 Hameshwar Dayal Gaur[email protected].com01722549099
HIMACHAL PRADESHPriyanka Sharma[email protected]01772626321
 Seema Sharma[email protected]01772626321
 Praveen Thakur[email protected]01772626321
JAMMU AND KASHMIRShaqeeb Rather[email protected]01942506347
 Subash Chander[email protected]01942506347
 Subash Chander[email protected]01912566929
 Subash Chander[email protected]01912566929
 Sheetal Nanda[email protected]01912566929
JHARKHANDDinesh Oraon[email protected] 
 Shyama Sinha[email protected] 
 Roshan Pat Pingua[email protected] 
 Yatindra Prasad[email protected] 
 Vinod Ranjan[email protected] 
 Aradhana Patnaik[email protected]06512446070
KARNATAKASmt Asha sadashiv[email protected]08023118888
 Parashurame Gowda[email protected] 
 Parashurame Gowda[email protected] 
 Smt Asha sadashiv[email protected]08023118888
KERALASanthoshkumar V S[email protected]04712318583
 Lisha Mohan[email protected] 
 Shyni R[email protected] 
 Remya R V[email protected] 
 Shaji Clement[email protected]04712318149
 Padmakumar N[email protected]04712517219
LAKSHADWEEPAshwani Kumar Mehta[email protected]04896263457
 Shahina Beegum K[email protected]09497644622
MADHYA PRADESHSudarshan Soni[email protected]07552554778
 Dr Deleep Kumar[email protected] 
 SHILPI ADHOLIYA[email protected]07554082606
 Manisha Dave[email protected]07552552501
MAHARASHTRASantosh Bhand[email protected]02227560311
 Manjiri Takle[email protected]02227560311
 Dr Rajaram Dighe[email protected]02227560311
 Anil Kale[email protected]02227560311
 Ram Aghav[email protected]02227561784
 Er Aseem Gupta[email protected]02222060448
MANIPURSomorendro Singh[email protected] 
 Sanasam Shyamananda[email protected] 
MEGHALAYARoplang Kharmalki[email protected] 
 Iaraphunlin Diengdoh[email protected] 
MIZORAMCC Lalchhuangkima[email protected]03892336021
 Andrew Lalbuatsaiha[email protected]03892334515
NAGALANDJacob Zeliang[email protected]8974708928
ODISHANiharika Robi[email protected] 
 Amrendra Nath Sahoo[email protected] 
 Srimant Kumar Samal[email protected]06742562270
 Niladri Bihari Nanda[email protected]06742322892
 Girish S N[email protected]06742392906
 Kulamani Mishra[email protected]06742322892
 Kulamani Mishra[email protected]06742393480
 Deoranjan Kumar Singh[email protected]06742536680
PUDUCHERRYRudra Goud P T[email protected]04132203601
 Maran K[email protected]0413-2203601
PUNJABPradeep Sethi[email protected]01725063428
 Amandeep Kaur[email protected]01725063426
 Charanjit Singh[email protected]01725099016
 Nikhil Manchanda[email protected]01725063428
 Sandeep Kaur[email protected]01725063426
 Neelima IAS[email protected]01725058900
 Rahul Manchanda[email protected]01725063428
 Seema Jain[email protected]01722753189
RAJASTHANRk Jain[email protected]01412385830
 Jay Pal Singh Meditiya[email protected]01412227177
 Jay Pal Singh Medatiya[email protected]01412227177
 Rajesh Sharma[email protected]01412227176
SIKKIMC. Gyamtso[email protected]9832022207
 Sharmila Rai[email protected] 
 P Senthil Kumar[email protected] 
 Sisum Wangchuk Bhutia[email protected] 
 Naresh Pradhan[email protected]09933718800
TAMIL NADUR Karthikeyan[email protected] 
 A Thiagarajan[email protected] 
 F Abdul Razick[email protected] 
 Mrs Poompavai[email protected] 
 Haron Rachid[email protected] 
 ANAR UDDIN[email protected] 
TRIPURAVikas Singh[email protected] 
 Ujjal Chakraborty[email protected] 
 Sukanta Debnath[email protected]03823262024
 Shivani Dey[email protected]03812418091
 Sabitri Debbarma[email protected]03812418091
UTTAR PRADESHA K SINGH[email protected]05222286211
UTTARAKHANDVandana Singh[email protected]01352714133
 Vivek Kumar Upadhaya[email protected]01352714133
 Churchill Kumar Tomar[email protected]01352714133
 Manisha Panwar[email protected]01352714389
WEST BENGALSonali Datta Ray[email protected]03323356162
 Dibyendu Sarkar[email protected]03323346114
 Amrita Bhaduri[email protected]03323406520
 S.K. Das[email protected] 

PMAYG Frequently Asked Questions

Go through the questions below which might relate to your query.

How to Obtain a Rural Housing Loan Under the PMAYG Scheme?

You can apply for a home loan in a rural area using both online and offline methods under the PMAYG scheme. To apply online, go to the Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana‘s official website, fill in your information, download the application form, print it out, and submit it along with your supporting documents to the Common Service Centre (CSC) Office and bank. You can also go directly to the Common Service Center or a bank that is part of the PMAY scheme.

How to Verify My Name Is on the PMAY Gramin List for 2022?

After submitting your application for the PMAY Gramin list, you can check to see if your name is on the beneficiary list by visiting the Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana(PMAY)‘s official website and selecting “Citizen Assessment” and then “Track Your Assessment Status”. Refer to the “how to check the PMAY” list for more information.

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