Lucky Grahak Yojana is a new scheme announced by the central government to incentivize the consumers using digital payments. The first lucky draw result of Lucky Grahak Yojana was announced on 25th December and the list of winners is available online.
Every winner would receive a reward payment of Rs. 1000 in his/her bank account. A total of 15000 winners would be announced every day for next 100 days. The list of winners of Lucky Draw Yojana would be available once the winners are announced. The eligible customers who have done digital transactions after 8th November would be included for the draw. Lucky draw would be done through the computer software where it will randomly pick 15000 transactions ID’s everyday.
Check Draw Result of Lucky Grahak Yojana
Official website for Digi Dhan Vyapar Yojana and Lucky Grahak Yojana has been made public by the government where the list of winners of Lucky Grahak Yojana can be checked. The scheme was launched by NITI Aayog in association NPCI (National Payments Corporation of India), the draw result may be checked on official website at digidhanlucky.mygov.in.
How to Check Your Name in the Winners List?
- Log on to digidhanlucky.mygov.in
- Click the “Consumer” button in the right side of the window with green background, if your are a buyer.
- Click “Merchant” button if you are a seller.
- Enter your registered mobile number and click “Get OTP” button.
- You will received an OTP on your mobile, enter this OTP in the field.
- After OTP is entered, you will be asked to enter your 16 Digit RuPay card number.
- After entering all these details, you will be able to check if you are one of the winners or not.
Check Draw Result of Lucky Grahak Yojana: http://digidhanlucky.mygov.in
In fact, there is no need to check your name in the list of winners of lucky draw, because, if you receive Rs. 1000 in your bank account within few days, you are one of the winners.
Lucky Grahak Yojana – List of Winners
A total of 15000 winners would be announced everyday under the Lucky Grahak Yojana for a reward of Rs. 1000. A weekly draw would also be announced under which the reward amount would be much higher.
Only the customers who uses UPI, USSD, Aadhar Enabled Payment System or Rupay cards for digital transactions would be eligible for the lucky draw of the Lucky Grahak Yojana.
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Lucky Grahak Yojana Mega Award Scheme to Promote Digital Payments (Update on 15 Dec 2016)
Lucky Draw Yojana is a new scheme announced by think-tank NITI Aayog to promote use of cashless digital payment methods among consumers. The government has announced daily, weekly and mega awards for the consumers using digital payments for any kind of payment.
Along with this, NITI Aayog has also announced Digi-Dhan Vyapar Yojana for merchants to encourage them to accept payments digitally.
Highlights of Lucky Grahak Yojana
Both the schemes will cover digital transactions between Rs. 50 to 3000. Under the Lucky Draw Yojana award scheme, first draw will be held on 25 December and mega draw on April 14, 2017. The focus of both the schemes would be to cover poor, middle class and small businesses and bring them under the digital payments revolution.
The schemes would be implemented under the National Payments Corporation of India.
Daily & Weekly Awards Under Lucky Draw Yojana
Under the Lucky Grahak Yojana, the government would provide cashback prize of Rs. 1000 to 15000 winners each every day starting from 25 December to 14 April 2017.
Weekly awards will also be given to winners under the Lucky Draw Yojana worth Rs. 1 Lakh, Rs. 10,000 and Rs. 5,000 to 7000 people.
Mega Award Under Lucky Draw Yojana
There are three mega prizes to be offered under the Lucky Draw Yojana, first prize would be Rs. 1 Crore, second prize would be Rs. 50 Lakh and third would be Rs. 25 Lakh.
Under the Digi Dhan Vyapar Yojana, 7000 winning merchants would receive weekly prized worth Rs. 50,000. Rs. 5000 and Rs. 2500.
Selection of Winners under Lucky Draw Yojana
There will be a random draw of digital transactions ID’s generated through all forms of transactions including UPI, USSD, AEPS, and Rupay cards. The scheme would not be applicable for transactions done through private credit cards and e-wallets of privately owned companies.
Lucky Draw Scheme by Govt. to Incentivise Cashless Digital Transactions (Update on 14 December 2016)
Central Government’s planning body NITI Aayog has proposed a new lucky draw scheme to incentivise digital payments. The proposal has been sent to National Payments Corporation of India. NITI Aayog has proposed the scheme in order to encourage electronic payments and making faster progress towards cashless economy in the country.
Highlights of Incentive Scheme for Digital Payments
- Two levels of incentive amounts under the scheme, weekly and quarterly.
- Weekly Lucky draw of transaction ID’s generated in that week. The contours of the draw prizes are still being finalized.
- Quarterly lucky draw of transaction ID’s generated in that quarter for grand prizes.
- The scheme would focus on increasing awareness and use of digital payments among poor, lower middle class and small businesses.
- The scheme would also provide for recognition of State Governments, their Undertakings, Districts and Urban and Rural Local Bodies who innovate for promoting electronic payment in their respective jurisdictions.
Eligibility for the lucky draw scheme
Following is the eligibility criteria for lucky draw incentive scheme
- All consumers and merchants using digital cashless payment methods.
- Payments done using any of the digital payment methods including USSD, AEPS, UPI and RuPay Cards will be eligible for the scheme.
- For merchants, transactions made of Point of Sale (PoS) machines will be eligible.
- Only the digital payments done after the announcement of de-monetization on 8th November will be eligible for the scheme.
The detailed guidelines of the scheme would be available soon once the scheme gets its nod from the NPCI. According to the government, digital payments have seen a remarkable growth from both numbers and volume aspects.
The main objective of the lucky draw scheme is to encourage people, merchants and businesses to adopt electronic payment methods for all transactions.
The government has also started a website displaying methods and benefits of electronic payments and making India a cashless economy. Below is the URL of the website.