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PFMS – Public Financial Managment System भारत सरकार द्वारा शुरू pfms.nic.in portel के ,माध्यम से सरकार द्वारा दी जाने वाले DBT लाभ कि जानकारी प्राप्त कि जा सकती है जिसमे उज्ज्वला योजना कि का लाभ हो या फिर जनधन बैंक खातो में आय पैसे या अन्य किसी योजना के तहत मिला लाभ pfms-nic-in-portel के माध्यम से देखा जा सकता है

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एफएमएस-कोर बैंकिंग सॉल्यूशन इंटरफ़ेस लाभार्थियों के ऑनलाइन सत्यापन, और एजेंसियों के बैंक खाते के विवरण की सुविधा प्रदान करता है। इलेक्ट्रॉनिक भुगतान फ़ाइलें PFMS के माध्यम से भुगतान के तीन तरीकों के लिए उत्पन्न होती हैं, अर्थात। प्रिंट भुगतान सलाह (PPA), डिजिटल सिग्नेचर सर्टिफिकेट (DSC) और कॉर्पोरेट इंटरनेट बैंकिंग (CINB)। वर्तमान में, PFMS -CBS इंटरफ़ेस सार्वजनिक क्षेत्र के बैंकों क्षेत्रीय ग्रामीण बैंकों और निजी क्षेत्र के बैंकों के साथ काम कर रहा है।

एसे चेक करे लाभ pfms-nic-in-portel से

प्रधानमंत्री द्वारा योजना के लिए दी दी जाने वाले लाभ को लाभार्थी चेक कैसे करते है यहा जाने

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यहा जाने के बाद आपको इस पोर्टल के बारे जानकारी मिलेगी जिसके बाद आपको एक लिंक मिलगा
उस लिंक पर क्लिक कर ऑफिसियल वेबसाइट पर जाना है
जहा आपको अपने बैंक खाता संख्या आदि जानकारी डालकर चेक करना होता है

Background

Public Financial Management System (PFMS) initially started as a Plan scheme named CPSMS of the Planning Commission in 2008-09 as a pilot in four States of Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Punjab and Mizoram for four Flagship schemes e.g.

MGNREGS, NRHM, SSA and PMGSY. After the initial phase of establishing a network across Ministries / Departments, it has been decided to undertake National rollout of CPSMS (PFMS) to link the financial networks of Central, State Governments and the agencies of State Governments. The scheme was included in 12th
through the O/o CGA would be not more than Rs. 1080 crore.
(ii) Four tiered project organization structure viz.
         I. Project Implementation Committee (PIC) at apex level
         II. The Central Project Management Unit (CPMU) at Centre
         III. State Project Management Unit (SPMU) at State level
         IV. District Project Management Unit (DPMU) at district level to be manned through outsourcing

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Mandate

The mandate given to PFMS by Cabinet decision is to provide:

•The roll-out will also result in improved
programme administration and management, reduction of float in the system,
direct payment to beneficiaries and greater transparency and accountability in the use of public funds.
The proposed system will be an important tool for improving governance.

Enhanced Mandate of Ministry of Finance

Ministry of Finance, Dept. of Expenditure OM No 49 (7) /PF- I/ 2014 dated 02.12.2014 directed CGA to proceed with Digitization of Govt. Accounts through PFMS.

Modules to implement the Mandate

Modules developed /under development by PFMS for stakeholders as per the Union Cabinet above mandate are as under:
I. Fund Flow Monitoring
        (a) Agency registration
        (b) Expenditure management and fund utilisation through PFMS EAT module
        (c) Accounting Module for registered agencies
        (d) Treasury Interface
        (e) PFMS-PRI fund flow and utilization interface
        (f) Mechanism for State Governments towards fund tracking for State schemes
        (g) Monitoring of Externally Aided Projects (EAP):
II. Direct Benefit Transfer DBT modules
        (a) PAO to beneficiaries (b) Agency to beneficiaries (c) State treasuries to beneficiaries
III. Interfaces for Banking
        (a) CBS (b) India Post (c) RBI (d) NABARD & Cooperative Banks

Modules to implement Enhanced mandate:

IV. PAO Computerization-Online payments, receipts and accounting of Govt. of India
        (a) Programme Division module (b) DDO module (c) PAO module (d)Pension module (e) GPF & HR module (f) Receipts including GSTN (g) Annual Financial Statements (h) Cash Flow Management (i) interface with non-civil ministries
V. Non – Tax Receipt Portal

Other Departmental Initiatives:

To leverage the capabilities of PFMS, several other departments have approached PFMS for developing utilities for their departmental needs as follows:
VI. Interface for MHA (Foreigners Division) Monitoring of Agencies receiving fund under FCRA
VII. CBDT PAN Validation
VIII. GSTN bank account validation

Implementation Strategy

An action Plan has been prepared and approved by Ministry of Finance for phased implementation of Public Financial Management System.
         Improved Financial Management through:
                • Just in Time (JIT) release of funds
                • Monitoring of use of funds including ultimate utilization
          Strategy:
                • Universal rollout of PFMS which inter alia includes
                • Mandatory registration of all Implementing Agencies (IA) on PFMS and
                • use of Expenditure Advance & Transfer (EAT) Module of PFMS by all IAs
I. Implementation Strategy for Central Sector (CS) schemes/transactions

Activities to be completed
         Mandatory registration and use of EAT module by IAs
         Mapping of all relevant information of Schemes
         Uploading of budget of each scheme on PFMS
         Identify implementation hierarchy of each Scheme
         Integration of Systems Interface of specific Schemes with PFMS e.g. NREGASoft, AwasSoft
         Deployment and Training of Trainers

II. Implementation Strategy for Central Assistance to State Plan (CASP)

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Activities to be undertaken by states
         State Treasury Integration with PFMS
         Registration of all SIAs on PFMS (1st level & below)
         Mapping of State Schemes with corresponding central schemes
         Configuration of State Schemes on PFMS
                • Configuring State Scheme Components
                • Identify and configure hierarchy of each state scheme
         Integration of PFMS with Scheme specific software application
         Deployment and training of Trainers
         Continuous support for implementation
Timeline For Treasury Interface

StagesStates/UT with legislatureTarget Date
1Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha, Puducherry, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh31-08-2016
2Andhra Pradesh,Arunachal Pradesh,Chattisgarh,Goa,Gujarat,Himachal,Haryana,Manipur,Meghalya,Punjab,Sikkhim,Tamil Nadu,Telangana,Uttarakhand,West Bengal31-12-2016
3Delhi,Jammu & Kashmir,Karnataka,Mizoram,Nagaland,Tripura31-03-2017

Achievements:

Basic Statistics

Total number of schemes:CS – 679; CASP – 104
Total Implementing Agencies:17.88 lakhs
Interface with Banks:PSBs (26), RRBs (50), PrSBs(10),Coop (2) RBI, India Post
FY 2015-16 3.02 lakh sanctions:Rs4.09 lakh crore
Rs. 3,196 crore non-tax receipts on NTRP
Payments processed per day 2015-16:>7 lakh
                                     2016-17:>15 lakh
Average log-in on website –20,000 per day
Payments are made though following routes:
ABPS & NACH of NPCI for DBT payments
NEFT for PAO payments
RBI route for IGAA/IAAA

Agency Registration:

Implementing Agencies (e.g. Statutory bodies, Trusts, Registered Societies, Autonomous Bodies, State Govt. Institutions, Local Bodies etc.) are registered on PFMS for monitoring of bank balances and tracking of fund flow. The bank balances of these agencies can be monitored through PFMS after their registration on PFMS.

Presently,17.9 lakh agencies are registered with their
bank accounts duly validated by PFMS-
Core Banking Solution (CBS) Interface and used
by stakeholders for monitoring purpose.

FYNo of Agencies registered
2009-1017,680
2010-1151,512
2011-123,78,750
2012-136,06,905
2013-143,69,529
2014-152,54,236
2015-161,09,324
Total17,87,936

MIS and DSS output reports are available on PFMS. State wise releases, Ministry wise Scheme wise releases, Implementation level wise bank balances for each scheme is available to the stakeholders on PFMS.

Expenditure management and fund utilisation through PFMS (EAT) module:

After completion of registration process, the Agencies can login to PFMS portal and can create Maker and Checker type users to use Expenditure-Advance-Transfer modules (EAT module) for transferring funds or advances to lower level Agencies and e-payments to vendors, employees and beneficiaries for financial MIS. This is an extremely important functional module of PFMS for monitoring the ultimate utilisation of funds.

So far 26,011 agencies out of 17.9 lakh registered agencies are using the EAT Module.

Exhaustive training at state, district and below level is required to be imparted for encouraging registered agencies for usage of PFMS for providing last mile connectivity.

Year wise usage of EAT module of PFMS is as under:

FYNo of Agencies using EAT module
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-131,553
2013-141,474
2014-158,782
2015-1626,011

Treasury Interface
Ministry of Finance, under the Central Scheme for Treasury Modernisation has mandated compulsory interface of State Treasury Systems with PFMS.Consequently, an interface for sharing data with State Treasuries has been developed in PFMS. This aims at tracking of utilization of funds for all Central Schemes in all States which are either transferred through the State Consolidated Fund or Implementing Agency route. Funds transferred from Central Ministries are tracked at each successive stage, starting with the initial release with the help of PFMS – Core Banking Solution (CBS) interface. Presently PFMS has established Treasury interface with 10 States/UT with legislature namely Assam, Bihar, Jhark
PFMS portal both in respect of Central and State level schemes is as under:

Status of DBT in Central Schemes
FYNo of SchemesNo of DBT credits through PFMSAmount(in Crore)
2012-131116,5471.70
2013-141928,02,967444.57
2014-152454,10,1762,251.54
2015-164227,44,17,00042,811.66

DBT for State Govt. Schemes
    • Uttar Pradesh State Government Scholarships, Pensions and Social Welfare schemes are being paid through PFMS. Chief Secretary, UP has sent a DO letter         to CGA regarding saving of ₹520 crore for Government of UP by using account validation and secure payment features of PFMS DBT process.
    • Payments for Odisha Govt. Scheme “BijuPaccaGhar” is being done through PFMS.
    • Pilot for DBT payments of Kanyashree scheme of West Bengal Govt. has been done in Nadia district.

Status of DBT in State Schemes
FYNo of SchemesNo of DBT credits through PFMSAmount(in Crore)
2012-130
2013-140
2014-15321,65,35,8404,716.14
2015-16504,62,93,12710,407.52

Interfaces for DBT
• Beneficiary management applications of different ministries and departments contain beneficiary list and their details filled by field units. PFMS’ interface with these applications has further enriched the information available to stake holders by prior account validation and credit response information. This helps in detecting fraudulent payments. So far PFMS – Domain Application Interface is operational with external applications like NSAP, MNREGASoft, MCTS, AwasSoft, NeSP, UGC-Canbank application, CAB PDS system and Kanyashree.

Non Tax Receipt Portal (NTRP)
The objective of the Non Tax Receipts Portal (NTRP) is to provide a one stop window to citizens / corporates/ other users for making online deposits of Non-Tax receipts due to Government of India (GoI).
NTRP uses the modality of Payment Gateway Aggregator (PGA). A depositor can therefore make online deposit using Credit Card, Debit Card or through Net Banking of any of the banks integrated with the PGA. At present, SBIePay is the PGA for NTRP.
NTRP is integrated with the accredited banks of different Ministries. Therefore any deposit made through it would also be captured in the accounts of the respective Pay and Accounts office (PAO).
This portal shall serve all those GoI departments/ministries who do not have any existing solution for online collection of their receipts.
The NTRP Portal has been formally launched by Hon. Finance Minister on 15 Feb’ 2016. So far the NTRP portal is being used by 5 Ministries. In FY 2015-16 Rs. 3,176 crore non-tax revenue was collected through NTRP involving 1690 transactions.

PAO computerization-Online Payments, Receipts and Accounting of Govt. of India
In pursuance of the above mandate, a pilot of the online payment functions through PFMS portal was run in 2 Ministries (Heavy Industries, and Power) from 1st April, 2015.
Thereafter the application was expanded to include the following functionalities:
    (i) Compilation of accounts.
    (ii) Budget module.
    (iii) Reconciliation of Accounts
    (iv) Authorization of funds to agent Ministries/Departments for the supply of goods and services, execution of works etc. by the latter.

Under the phased roll out plan, the expanded PFMS with the above functionalities has so

far been implemented in all Civil Ministries/Departments.

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