This manuscript presents a photovoltaic (PV) served water pumping scheme engaging a Switched Reluctance Motor (SRM) system drive. The SRM drive generates the electronic based commutation at essential frequency proposes a condensed loss during swapping in a mid-point power converter and expressively improves the efficacy of whole projected scheme. The SRM operates in a speed which is regulated by changing the DC-bus source voltage which belongs to the mid-point power converter section. Pear current (I) and voltage (V) stress on power apparatus containing switching pressure of Cuk mode power converter are similarly decreased in CCM operation. The cuk power converter (CC) enables the constant and even input side and delivery currents towards SRM drive through an infinite section aimed at maximum power point (MPP) tracking condition. The proposed scheme, exposed to actively atmospheric situations is modeled and simulated by utilizing Simulink background. © 2017 IEEE.