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Statement on Quarterly Review of the trends in receipts and expenditure in relation to the budget at the end of the first quarter of financial year 2014-2015
January, 06th 2015
               GOVERNMENT OF INDIA




Statement on Quarterly Review of the
  trends in receipts and expenditure
    in relation to the budget at the
      end of the first quarter of
             financial year
               2014-2015




            (As required under Section 7(1) of the
  Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management Act, 2003)




                 Ministry of Finance
                                      CONTENTS
                                                             Page
Macroeconomic backdrop                                        1
Review of Trends in Receipts and Expenditure                  1
Key fiscal aggregates                                         2
Revenue Receipts                                              3
Gross tax Revenue                                             3
Direct Taxes                                                  4
Indirect Taxes                                                5
Non Tax Revenue                                               7
Expenditure                                                   7
Plan Expenditure                                              8
Non Plan Expenditure                                          8
Resources Transferred to States/UTs                           9
Deficits                                                      9
Financing of Deficit                                         10
Cash Management                                              11
Small Savings                                                11
Review of trends in Receipts and Expenditure of Railways     11
Conclusion                                                   12
Annex I- Tax Revenue                                         15
Annex II- Non Tax Revenue                                    16
Annex III- Capital Receipts                                  17
Annex IV- Plan Expenditure                                   18
Annex V- Non Plan Expenditure                                23
Annex VI- Resources Transferred to States & UT Governments   31

Annex VII- Departmental Commercial Undertakings              32
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        STATEMENT ON QUARTERLY REVIEW OF THE TRENDS IN RECEIPTS AND
      EXPENDITURE IN RELATION TO THE BUDGET AT THE END OF FIRST QUARTER
                           OF FINANCIAL YEAR 2014-15

Macroeconomic Backdrop
    The growth in GDP at factor cost (at constant 2004-05 prices) for the year 2013-14 was estimated to be 4.7
per cent (provisional estimates), as against 4.5 per cent in 2012-13. During the first quarter of 2014-15, the
growth rate was 5.7 per cent as against 4.7 per cent in the corresponding quarter of 2013-14. The first quarter of
2014-15 witnessed a growth rate of 3.8 per cent in agriculture and allied sectors, 4.2 per cent in the industry sector
and 6.8 per cent in the services sector, compared to 4.0 per cent, (-) 0.4 per cent and 7.2 per cent respectively for
these sectors in the first quarter of 2013-14.
   Based on the wholesale Price Index, the average inflation during 2013-14 was 6.0 per cent. During the first
quarter of 2014-15, it was 5.8 per cent as compared to 4.8 per cent during the corresponding quarter of 2013-14.
    The trade deficit for 2013-14 was US$ 135.8 billion as against US$ 190.3 billion in 2012-13. During the first
quarter of 2014-15 (April-June 2014), exports, imports and trade deficit were US$ 80.1 billion, US$ 113.1 billion
and US$ 33.1 billion respectively, as compared to US$ 73.4 billion, US$ 120.9 billion and US$ 47.4 billion
respectively in the first quarter of 2013-14.
     During the first quarter of 2014-15 (April-June 2014) the net invisibles balance (invisible receipts minus invisible
payments) was US$ 26.8 billion as compared to US$ 28.7 billion in the corresponding quarter of 2013-14. The
current account deficit decreased to US$ 7.9 billion in the first quarter of 2014-15, as compared to US$ 21.8
billion in the corresponding quarter of 2013-14.
    Net capital inflows (including errors and omissions) were US$ 19.0 billion in the first quarter of 2014-15 as
compared to US$ 21.4 billion in the corresponding quarter of 2013-14. Net FDI flows were US$ 8.2 billion
during the first quarter of 2014-15 as against US$ 6.5 billion in the corresponding quarter of 2013-14. Net FII
flows stood at US$ 12.5 billion in the first quarter of 2014-15 vis-à-vis US$ (-) 0.5 billion in the corresponding
quarter of 2013-14.
     India's foreign exchange reserves increased to US$ 316.1 billion at end-June 2014 from a level of US$ 304.2
billion at end-March 2014. The monthly average exchange rate of the Rupee (RBI's reference rate) appreciated
from ` 61.01 per US$ in March 2014 to ` 59.73 per US$ in June 2014. The annual average exchange rate of the
Rupee was ` 60.50 per US$ in 2013-14 as compared to ` 54.41 per US$ in 2012-13.
Review of Trends in Receipts and Expenditure during April-June 2014
    The General budget 2014-15 was presented against the backdrop of sub 5 per cent growth rate in last two
financial years. The uncertainties arising from both domestic and global economic events continued to be a major
challenge and the Union Budget 2014-15 indicated the policy response to these challenges. The General Budget
2014-15 is a step further in the direction of fiscal consolidation. Despite several challenges including lower growth
rate for last two financial years and pressure on tax revenues, external uncertainties and the need for pro-active
welfare measures to protect vulnerable sections of the society, decision on fiscal prudence was challenging.
    In 2013-14, pro-active policy decisions of the Government with firm commitment in the policy of fiscal rectitude
improved the year-end performance upon the fiscal consolidation target set for year. As per provisional accounts,
the fiscal deficit for 2013-14 worked out at 4.5 per cent of GDP against the budget estimate of 4.8 per cent. In the
fiscal policy of 2014-15, fiscal deficit and revenue deficit have been budgeted at ` 5, 31,177 crore (4.1 per cent
of GDP) and ` 3, 78,348 crore (2.9 percent of GDP) respectively. In B.E. 2014-15, the 'effective revenue
deficit', which represents the imbalance in revenue account after netting grants used for creation of capital assets
has been estimated at ` 2,10,244 crore i.e. 1.6 per cent of GDP.
2 The fiscal policy of 2014-15 has been calibrated with two fold objectives-first, to aid economy in growth revival and second, to continue on the path of fiscal consolidation. It also aims at facilitating greater flow of economy's resources for productive purposes and investment, and maintain expenditure restraint while ensuring resource allocation under priority flagship schemes are adequately provided for. Accordingly, the Budget for 2014-15 estimated an overall expenditure growth of 14.8 per cent over provisional actuals of 2013-14, with a growth of 9.9 per cent in non-plan expenditure and a growth of 26.9 per cent in plan expenditure. During April-June, 2014 Gross tax revenues registered a marginal growth over the gross tax revenues during corresponding period of previous financial year. However, revenue receipts (net to the centre) and non-tax revenues as proportion of B.E. remained lower as compared to COPPY. Further, non-debt capital receipts also witnessed a negative growth. On the other hand, expenditure maintained pace with the trend in the previous financial year. Therefore, both, fiscal deficit as well as revenue deficit, as a percentage of B.E. were higher than COPPY. Trends in receipts and expenditure at the end of the first quarter of financial year 2014-15 (April-June, 2014) are summarized in Table-1 below. The figures therein are unaudited and may undergo revision subsequent to audit. The receipts and recoveries, wherever directly linked to expenditure, have been netted out. Table-1: Key Fiscal Aggregates (` crore) (` crores) (Percentage to BE) S.No. Particulars B.E ACTUALS Up to June 5 years 2014-15 2014-15 2013-14 Up to COPPY moving 06/2014 average 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 Revenue Receipts 11,89,763 1,14,427 1,17,234 9.6% 11.1% 15.3% 2 Tax Revenue (Net) 9,77,258 99,087 1,01,910 10.1% 11.5% 13.2% 3 Non-Tax Revenue 2,12,505 15,340 15,324 7.2% 8.9% 22.3% 4 Capital Receipts (5+6+7) 6,05,129 2,99,176 2,64,995 49.4% 43.5% 31.1% Non Debt Capital Receipts 73,952 1,317 2,172 1.8% 3.3% 8.1% 5 Recovery of Loans 10,527 1,208 1,566 11.5% 14.7% 21.0% 6 Other Receipts 63,425 109 606 0.2% 1.1% 2.2% 7 Borrowings and other liabilities 5,31,177 2,97,859 2,62,823 56.1% 48.4% 33.3% 8 Total Receipts (1+4) 17,94,892 4,13,603 3,82,229 23.0% 23.0% 21.2% 9 Non-Plan Expenditure 12,19,892 3,01,797 2,67,397 24.7% 24.1% 22.1% 10 On Revenue Account 11,14,609 2,74,529 2,33,556 24.6% 23.5% 21.9% 11 of which Interest Payments 4,27,011 90,694 61,481 21.2% 16.6% 17.2% 12 On Capital Account 1,05,283 27,268 33,841 25.9% 28.9% 23.7% 13 Plan Expenditure 5,75,000 1,11,806 1,14,832 19.4% 20.7% 19.3% 14 On Revenue Account 4,53,503 89,256 94,153 19.7% 21.2% 19.9% 15 On Capital Account 1,21,497 22,550 20,679 18.6% 18.5% 16.6% 16 Total Expenditure (9+13) 17,94,892 4,13,603 3,82,229 23.0% 23.0% 21.2% 17 Revenue Expenditure (10+14) 15,68,111 3,63,785 3,27,709 23.2% 22.8% 21.3% 18 Of which Grants for creation of Capital Assets 1,68,104 32,274 37,182 19.2% 21.3% 19 Capital Expenditure (12+15) 2,26,781 49,818 54,520 22.0% 23.8% 20.2% 20 Revenue Deficit (17-1) 3,78,348 2,49,358 2,10,475 65.9% 55.4% 36.9% 3 (` crore) (` crores) (Percentage to BE) S.No. Particulars B.E ACTUALS Up to June 5 years 2014-15 2014-15 2013-14 Up to COPPY moving 06/2014 average 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 21 Effective Revenue Deficit (20-18)# 2,10,244 2,17,084 1,73,293 103.3% 84.5% 22 Fiscal Deficit {16 -(1+5+6)} 5,31,177 2,97,859 2,62,823 56.1% 48.5% 33.3% 23 Primary Deficit (22 ­ 11) 1,04,166 2,07,165 2,01,342 198.9% 117.2% 62.5% Notes: 1. The figures of Railways have been netted as in Budget Estimates. 2. COPPY ­ Corresponding Period of Previous Year. 3. # Excluding Grants for creation of Capital Assets Receipts Revenue receipts Revenue receipts (tax revenue net to centre and non-tax revenue) were estimated at ` 11, 89,763 crore in B.E.2014-15 reflecting a growth of 17.2 per cent over provisional actuals for 2013-14. Revenue receipts up to June, 2014 were ` 1,14,427 crore as compared to ` 1,17,234 crore during April-June, 2013. At the end of the first quarter, revenue receipts were 9.6 per cent of B.E. which was lower than both COPPY (11.1 per cent) and five years moving average (15.3 per cent). Lower than estimated growth in revenue receipts indicates slow pace recovery on resource front. Trends of revenue receipts at the end of the first quarter of financial year as percentage of B.E. as well as percentage of GDP during last five years are shown in table 2 below. Table 2 Revenue Receipts at the end of first quarter during F.Y. 2010-11 to 2014-15 (` crore) At the end of Quarter 1 REVENUE RECEIPTS 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 Tax Revenue (Net) 83994 78699 104505 101910 99087 Non-Tax Revenue 115816 12221 14215 15324 15340 Total 199810 90920 118720 117234 114427 BE for the year 682212 789892 935685 1056331 1189763 Percentage of BE 29.3 11.5 12.7 11.0 9.6 Percentage of GDP 2.6 1.0 1.2 1.0 0.9 The detailed analysis of various components of tax revenues is given in the following section. Gross Tax Revenue: Gross tax revenue receipts were estimated at ` 13,64,524 crore in B.E.2014-15 reflecting a growth of 19.8 per cent over actual (provisional) gross tax revenue receipts during 2013-14. Gross tax revenue receipts during April - June, 2014 were ` 1,83,028 crore which constituted 13.0 per cent of B.E. and reflected a growth of 3.4 per cent over the receipts of ` 1,77,066 during corresponding period of previous financial year. Chart-1 below shows trend of year-on-year quarterly growth of gross tax revenue receipts in last three years. 4 Chart-1 @for graphical presentation, numbers are rounded off Component wise details of gross tax revenue receipts at the end of the first quarter of 2014-15 in comparison to the corresponding period of 2013-14 are shown in table 3 below. Table 3 Gross Tax Revenue at the end of the quarter 1 2014-2015 2013-14 B.E. Actuals % of % growth B.E. Actuals % of upto B.E. over upto B.E. June 2014 Apr - June 2013 June 2013 (` crore) (` crore) 1. Corporation Tax 451005.00 50446.57 11.2% -0.6% 419520.00 50728.03 12.1% 2. Taxes on income 284266.00 47758.23 16.8% 15.9% 247639.00 41219.03 16.6% 3. Wealth Tax 950.00 53.21 5.6% 11.7% 950.00 47.62 5.0% 4. Customs 201819.00 38649.27 19.2% -4.9% 187308.00 40644.62 21.7% 5. Union Excise Duties 207110.00 18402.62 8.9% -12.9% 197553.95 21129.31 10.7% 6. Service Tax 215973.00 26627.89 12.3% 19.5% 180141.00 22276.87 12.4% 7. Other taxes 3401.41 1090.09 32.0% 6.8% 2758.13 1020.47 37.0% Gross Tax revenue receipts 1364524.41 183027.88 13.4% 3.4 1235870.08 177065.95 14.3% Direct Taxes Gross direct tax receipts during April-June 2014 were ` 98,260 crore which accounted for 13.3 per cent of B.E. and 6.8 per cent higher than receipts of ` 92,000 crore during corresponding period of the previous financial year. Receipts under major two components such as Corporation tax and Taxes on Income other than Corporation tax during April-June 2014 were ` 96,844 crore, which were13.3 per cent of B.E. Corporation Tax: Receipts from Corporation tax continued to be the largest component of total tax revenue with estimation at ` 4,51,005 crore in B.E.2014-15 and it reflects a growth of 14.3 per cent over the actual receipts from this component of tax revenues during 2013-14. During the period April-June, 2014 receipts under this component were ` 50,447 crore which was 11.2 per cent of B.E. and marginally lower than the receipts of ` 50,728 crore during the corresponding period of 2013-14. 5 Chart-2 below shows trends of year-on-year quarterly growth in receipts from corporation tax during last three years. Chart-2 @ for graphical presentation, numbers are rounded off Taxes on Income other than Corporation Tax Receipts under this component of direct taxes were estimated at ` 2, 78,275 crore in B.E. 2014-15 reflecting a growth of 17.0 per cent over the actual receipts during 2013-14. Receipts of ` 46,398 crore during April-June, 2014 were 15.2 per cent higher than receipts of ` 40,290 crore during corresponding period of previous financial year. Trends of year-on-year quarterly growth in the receipts from taxes on income other than Corporation tax during last three years is indicated in the Chart-3 below. Chart-3 @ for graphical presentation, numbers are rounded off Indirect Taxes Gross indirect tax receipts including receipts from other taxes (where major part of the receipts are under indirect taxes) were estimated at ` 6,28,303 crore in B.E. 2014-15. Receipts against this target during April-June, 2014 were ` 84,768 crore which was 13.5 per cent of B.E. and were 0.4 per cent lower than receipts during April-June, 2013. Indirect tax receipts from three major components, such as Customs, Union Excise Duties and 6 Service tax, at ` 83,680 crore constituted 13.3 per cent of B.E. for indirect taxes. Lower than estimated growth in the receipts from Indirect taxes indicates slow pace of recovery against expected level. Customs Against the B.E. of ` 2,01,819 crore, receipts from Customs to the tune of ` 38,649 crore during April-June, 2014 were 19.2 per cent of B.E. and 4.9 per cent lower than receipts during corresponding period of previous financial year. Trends of the year on year quarterly growth in the receipts from Customs duty during last three years are shown in chart 4 below. Chart-4 @ for graphical presentation, numbers are rounded off Union Excise Duties: B.E. 2014-15 for Union Excise Duties were ` 2,07,110 crore reflecting a growth of 22.2 per cent over actual receipts during 2013-14. During April-June, 2014, the receipts under this component amounting at `18,403 crore were 8.9 per cent of B.E.and 12.9 per cent lower than the receipts during corresponding period of previous financial year. Trends of the year on year quarterly growth in the receipts from Union Excise Duties are shown in chart 5 below. Chart-5 @ for graphical presentation, numbers are rounded off 7 Service Tax: Receipts from Service Tax were budgeted at ` 2, 15,973 crore reflecting a growth of 39.7 per cent over actual receipts during 2013-14. Receipts of ` 26,628 crore during April-June, 2014 were 12.3 per cent of B.E. and indicated a growth of 19.5 per cent over the receipts of ` 22,277 crore during the COPPY. Trends in the year on year quarterly growth in receipts from Service tax for last three years are indicated in chart 6 below. Chart-6 @ for graphical presentation, numbers are rounded off Non Tax Revenues Against the estimates of ` 2,12,505 crore for B.E. 2014-15, receipts from Non tax revenues at the end of first quarter (April-June )of F.Y. 2014-15 were ` 15,340 crore which accounted for 7.2 per cent of B.E. and were close to the receipts of ` 15,324 crore during corresponding period of previous financial year. As a percentage to B.E., they were 7.2 per cent, lower than 8.9 per cent during corresponding quarter of previous financial year. Non-debt Capital Receipts Non-debt capital receipts include recovery of loans and other receipts including disinvestment receipts. During April-June 2014, receipts from recoveries of loans were ` 1,208 crore against the B.E. of ` 10,527 crore. This was 11.5 per cent of the B.E.2014-15 and lower than 14.7 per cent of COPPY. Other receipts which also include receipts from disinvestment, during April- June, 2014 were only ` 109 crore against the B.E. of ` 63,425 crore. COPPY amount for other receipts was 606 crore. Lower than expected realisation is mainly on account of lower realisation form disinvestment receipts. Expenditure Total expenditure in B.E. 2014-15 has been estimated at ` 17, 94,892 crore which amounts to 13.9 per cent of GDP, up by 14.8 per cent over provisional actual expenditure of ` 15, 63,485 crore in 2013-14. The expenditure during April-June 2014, was ` 4, 13,603 crore amounted to 23.0 per cent of B.E., at the same level during COPPY, but, higher than five years moving average of 21.2 per cent. B.E. 2014-15 for revenue expenditure is ` 15, 68,111 crore which accounted at 12.2 per cent of GDP and up by 14.0 per cent over provisional actual expenditure of ` 13, 75,590 crore in 2013-14. During April-June, 2014, expenditure on revenue account was ` 3, 63,785 crore which was 23.2 per cent of B.E. and marginally higher than 22.8 per cent of B.E. during 2013-14. Five years moving average in respect of revenue expenditure for April-June period is 21.3 per cent of B.E. Capital expenditure for F.Y. 2014-15 is budgeted at ` 2, 26,781 crore. During April-June, 2014, capital expenditure at `49,818 crore was 22.0 per cent of B.E. which was higher than five years moving average of 20.2 per cent but lower than 23.8 per cent of B.E. during COPPY. 8 Trends of total expenditure (at the end of the first quarter) as percentage of B.E. as well as ratio of GDP during last five years are shown in the table 4 below: Table 4 Total Expenditure at the end of third quarter from 2010-11 to 2014-15 (` crore) At the end of Quarter 1 TOTALEXPENDITURE 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 Revenue Expenditure 210387 225541 271432 327709 363785 Capital Expenditure 31821 35676 40150 54520 49818 Total 242208 261217 311582 382229 413603 BE for the year 1108749 1257729 1490925 1665297 1794892 Percentage of BE 21.8 20.8 20.9 22.9 23.0 Percentage of GDP 3.1 2.9 3.1 3.4 3.2 Plan Expenditure Plan Expenditure in B.E. 2014-15 has been estimated at `5, 75,000 crore reflecting a growth of 26.9 per cent over the provisional actuals of 2013-14. Expenditure of ` 1,11,806 crore during April-June, 2014 accounted for 19.4 per cent of B.E., which was lower than 20.7 per cent of COPPY, but, marginally higher than 19.3 per cent of five years moving average.This is 2.6 per cent lower the plan expenditure for corresponding period of previous financial year. Trends of plan expenditure (at the end of the first quarter) as percentage of B.E. and as percentage of GDP during last five years are shown in table 5 below: Table 5 Plan Expenditure at the end of first quarter from 2010-11 to 2014-15 (` crore) At the end of Quarter 1 PLAN EXPENDITURE 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 On Revenue Account 76617 73389 71558 94153 89256 On Capital Account 11443 10735 14663 20679 22550 Total 88060 84124 86221 114832 111806 BE for the year 373092 441547 521025 555322 575000 Percentage of BE 23.60 19.1 16.5 20.7 19.4 Percentage of GDP 1.1 0.9 0.9 1.0 0.9 Non Plan Expenditure In B.E. 2014-15, Non-plan expenditure was estimated at ` 12, 19,892 crore which amounts to 68 per cent of total expenditure for the year and reflects a growth of 9.9 per cent over the provisional actual expenditure of ` 11,10,400 crore during F.Y. 2013-14. Non-plan expenditure at the end of first quarter of 2014-15 was ` 3,01,797 crore, which accounted for 24.7 per cent of B.E., marginally higher than 24.1 per cent of COPPY and higher than five years moving average of 22.1 per cent. This also registered a growth of 12.9 per cent over corresponding period of 2013-14. 9 Out of total Non-plan expenditure budgeted for 2014-15, ` 10, 59,410 crore has been budgeted for Interest Payments (` 4, 27,011 crore), Defence (` 2,29,000 crore), Pension (` 81,983 crore), Major Subsidies (` 2,51,397 crore) and Grants & Loans to States/UTs (` 70,019 crore) which forms 86.8 per cent of Non-plan expenditure. At the end of first quarter, actual expenditure against important components of non-plan expenditure was, ` 90,694 crore for Interest payments, ` 49, 351 crore for Defence, ` 22,449 crore for Pension, ` 81,443 crore on major subsidies and ` 5,501 crore for Grants & Loans to States/UTs. Interest payment showed higher outgo of ` 29,213 crore over the amount during COPPY. Expenditure on major subsidies was also higher by ` 2,593 crore as compared to corresponding period of previous financial year. Trends of non-plan expenditure (at the end of the first quarter) as percentage of GDP and as percentage of B.E over last five years are shown in the table 6 below: Table-6 Trend of Non-plan expenditure from 2010-11 to 2014-15 (` crore) At the end of Quarter 1 NON-PLAN EXPENDITURE 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 On Revenue Account 133770 152152 199874 233556 274529 Of which Interest Payments 40223 50187 60630 61481 90694 On Capital Account 20378 24941 25487 33841 27268 Total 154148 177093 225361 267397 301797 BE for the year 735657 816182 969900 1109975 1219892 Percentage of BE 21.0 21.7 23.2 24.1 24.7 Percentage of GDP 2.0 2.0 2.2 2.4 2.3 Resources transferred to States/UTs: Against the B.E. of ` 7,78,966 crore for net transfer to State and UT Governments in 2014-15, the actual resources transferred up to June, 2014 were `1,60,028 crore which was 20.5 per cent of B.E.and reflected a growth of 46.0 per cent over net resources of ` 1,09,602 crore transferred during corresponding period of the previous financial year. Out of above transfer, `1, 59,244 crore have been transferred to State Governments and ` 784 crore have been transferred to UT Governments. Deficit Fiscal deficit for the year 2014-15 has been estimated at ` 5, 31,177 crore which is 4.1 per cent of GDP. For the period April-June, 2014, fiscal deficit at ` 2, 97859 crore was 56.1 per cent of B.E. higher than 48.5 per cent of B.E. during previous financial year. Five years moving average for fiscal deficit at the end of the first quarter is 33.3 per cent. Revenue deficit has been estimated at ` 3, 78,348 crore in B.E. 2014-15 accounting to 2.9 per cent of GDP. During the period April-June, 2014 revenue deficit at ` 2,49,358 crore constituted 65.9 per cent of B.E. which was higher than 55.4 per cent of BE at the end of the first quarter of 2013-14 as well as five year moving average of 36.9 per cent. Trends of deficit (at the end of the first quarter) as percentage of GDP and as percentage of B.E. during last five years are shown in table 7 below: 10 Table-7 Trend of Deficit from 2010-11 to 2014-15 (` crore) At the end of Quarter 1 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 Revenue Deficit (actuals) 10577 134621 152712 210475 249358 Revenue Deficit (BE) 276512 307270 350424 379838 378348 Percentage of BE 3.8 43.8 43.6 55.4 65.9 Percentage of GDP 0.1 1.5 1.5 1.9 1.9 Fiscal Deficit (Actuals) 40196 162653 190460 262823 297859 Fiscal Deficit (BE) 381408 412817 513590 542499 531177 Percentage of BE 10.5 39.4 37.1 48.4 56.1 Percentage of GDP 0.5 1.8 1.9 2.3 2.3 Primary Deficit (Actuals) -27 112466 129830 201342 207165 Primary Deficit (BE) 132744 144831 193831 171814 104166 Percentage of BE 0.0 77.7 67.0 117.2 198.9 Percentage of GDP 0.0 1.3 1.3 1.8 1.6 Financing of deficit: The fiscal deficit of ` 2,97,859 crore on Consolidated Fund of India was financed by raising Internal Debt of ` 1,69,205 crore, External debt of ` 586 crore, ` 19,800 crore from Public Account and Disinvestment/Cash draw down of ` 1,08,268 crore. Gross and net market borrowings up to the end of the first quarter of 2014-15 amounted to ` 1, 98,000 crore and ` 1, 22,887 crore respectively, accounting for 33.2 per cent and 26.9 per cent of the Budget Estimate under market borrowings for the year. During the corresponding period of the previous financial year, gross and net borrowings accounted for 28.5 per cent and 31.5 per cent respectively of the total borrowings for the year. The weighted average maturity of dated securities issued by the end of the first quarter of the fiscal year 2014-15 (April-June) at 14.13 years was lower than 14.98 years during the corresponding period of the previous financial year. The weighted average yield of dated securities issued by the end of the first quarter of the fiscal year 2014-15 at 8.92 per cent was higher than 7.64 per cent at the end of corresponding quarter of previous financial year Details of financing the deficit for the period April-June 2014 are shown in Table 8 below. Table-8 Financing of Deficit (` crore) April - June 2014 April - June 2013 Fiscal Deficit 297859 262823 Sources of Financing 1. Internal Debt 169205 136616 (a) Market Loans & Short Term Borrowings 170648 176360 (b) Treasury Bills (14 days ) -1694 -54753 (c) Compensation and Other Bonds -47 -75 (d) WMA 14661 (e) Others 298 423 2. External Assistance including Revolving fund 586 449 3. Cash Draw Down Decrease(+)/Increase(-) 76553 67509 4. Investment of Surplus Cash(-) / disinvestments(+) 31715 50000 5. Borrowings(-)/Surplus(+) on Public Account* 19800 8249 *Includes Suspense & Remittances. 11 Cash Management Government began the year 2014-15 with an investment surplus of ` 50,000 crore and cash balance of `72,637 crore. By the end of the first quarter of the financial year 2014-15, Government utilized ` 72,537 crore from cash balance and disinvested ` 31,715 crore of W.M.A. The first quarter of the financial year ended with a cash balance of ` 100 crore and Investment surplus of ` 18,285 crore. National Small Savings Fund Net accretion under National Small Savings Fund (NSSF) at the end of the first quarter of F.Y. 2014-15 was ` 5,221 crore. Review of trends in receipts and expenditure of Railways during first quarter of 2014-15 The Railways receipts comprise mainly of traffic earnings from passenger, other coaching services, freight services, and sundry other earnings. The traffic earnings comprise of 66 per cent from freight and 27.9 per cent from passenger segment. Balance 6 per cent is from other coaching and Sundry other earnings. In 2014-15 (B.E.) Railways have targeted to carry 1,101.25 Million Tones (MT) of freight traffic as against 1,050.18 MT (Prov.) carried previous year representing a growth of 4.9 per cent. Against this, in the first quarter, Railways have carried 266.91 MT of freight traffic. The incremental loading works out to 10.92 MT over COPPY and 0.78 MT over BP representing a growth of 4.27 per cent. Similarly, the railways estimated to carry 8,645 million passengers in 2014-15 (B.E.) as against 8,425.60 million (Prov.) carried previous year representing a growth of 2.6 per cent. Against this, the Railways have, in the first quarter, carried 2,103.35 million passengers with a growth of 7.33 per cent over COPPY. Based on the estimated growth in traffic, the total traffic earnings have been budgeted at ` 1, 60,115 crore in B.E. 2014-15 i. e. a growth target of 14.5 per cent over P.Y. The traffic earnings comprise of earnings from passenger budgeted at ` 44,645 crore, freight at ` 1, 05,770 crore, other coaching at ` 4,200 crore and Sundry other earnings at ` 5,500 crore provided a growth of 22.2 per cent, 12.6 per cent, 14.2 per cent and -3.9 per cent over P.Y., respectively. The revenue expenditure on Railways consists mainly of Ordinary Working Expenses (OWE), appropriation to Pension Fund and Depreciation Reserve Fund (DRF). The OWE has been budgeted at ` 1, 12,649 crore in BE 2014-15 representing an increase of 15.5 per cent over ` 97,570.77 crore (Prov.) incurred during P.Y. The appropriation to Pension Fund and DRF has been kept at ` 28,550 crore and ` 6,850 crore respectively in B.E. 2014-15. The Railways have accordingly budgeted for an operating ratio of 92.5 per cent in 2014-15. Financial results at the end of June, 2014 are shown in the table-9 below. Table-9 Financial Results for 2014-15 (` crore) BE 2014-15 Earnings/Expenditure Position up to Growth (%) upto June June 2014 in 2014-15 as % of BE over 2013-14 2014-15 2013-14 1 2 3 4 5 6 Passenger 44,645 9,908 8,420 22.2% 17.7% Other Coaching 4,200 1,003 935 23.9% 7.3% Goods 1,05,770 24,363 22,592 23.0% 7.8% Sundries 5,500 827 690 15.0% 19.8% Total 1,60,115 36,101 32,637 22.5% 10.6% OWE 1,12,649 29,760 26,607 26.4% 11.8% 12 Traffic earning to end of June, 2014 at ` 36,101 crore though yielding a growth of 10.6 per cent over COPPY, fell short of the budgeted expectation of 14.5 per cent. The shortfall in growth has occurred in all segments of earnings especially under passenger and goods mainly on account of non-implementation of fare and freight rationalization taken into account in the earnings estimated and also drop in average freight lead from the targeted 625 km to 615 km during the first quarter. The growth in OWE at 11.8 per cent to end of June, 2014 is much lower than the full year growth of 15.5 per cent provided in B.E. 2014-15. Although the financial performance in the first quarter of 2014-15 has not been as per budgeted expectations, it would be premature to predict any year-end shortfall at this juncture. Railways are meanwhile making efforts to increase the earnings and to sync both non-plan and plan expenditure in tune with the trend of earnings. Plan Expenditure The plan outlay of Railways has been budgeted at ` 65,445 crore in B.E. 2014-15 as against ` 53,352 crore (Prov.) of the P.Y., representing an increase of 22.7 per cent. Segment-wise budgeted plan outlay for 2014-15 comprises ` 30,100 crore of Budgetary Support, `15,350 crore of Internal Resources, ` 2,200 crore of Railway Safety Fund funded through Diesel Cess and ` 17,795 crore of Extra Budgetary Resources (EBR) of which ` 11,790 crore and ` 6,005 crore are from market borrowing and PPP respectively. In each of these segments, the increase provided over P.Y. (Prov.) is 11.3 per cent, 66.0 per cent, 10.7 per cent and 17.9 per cent respectively. Budgetary Support, Internal Resources and EBR constitute 46 per cent, 23.5 per cent and 27.2 per cent respectively of the total plan outlay, 2014-15. The plan expenditure to end of June, 2014 works out to ` 14,706 crore as compared to ` 16,424 crore during COPPY. While expenditure incurred to end of June, 2014 under Budgetary Support is ` 8,067 crore (1.4 per cent lower than COPPY), it is ` 3,695 crore under Internal Resources (8.7 per cent lower than COPPY) and ` 410 crore and ` 2,535 crore under RSF and EBR respectively. Conclusion In the general budget 2014-15, gross tax revenues were estimated to increase from 10.0 per cent of GDP in 2013-14 to 10.6 per cent of GDP in 2014-15, reflecting a growth of 19.8 per cent over actual receipts during 2013-14. The underlined assumption was to achieve the target with the revival of economic growth, which became visible with improvement in economic growth in 2013-14 (4.7 per cent of GDP- provisional estimates) over 2012- 13 (4.5 per cent of GDP). Non-tax revenues grew by 45 per cent in 2013-14 over the previous year. Recognising the fact that, in recent years, non-tax revenue have played an important role in fiscal consolidation, in current year budget, it was estimated to grow by 6.7 per cent over the last year actuals of ` 1,99,233 crore. Target for non- debt capital receipts was also revised at ` 73,952 crore over last year actuals of ` 40,057 crore. On expenditure front, total expenditure for F.Y. 2014-15 has been revised upward from 13.8 per cent of GDP in 2013-14 to 13.9 per cent of GDP which represents a growth of 14.8 per cent over actuals of 2013-14. In the current financial year, the higher growth in expenditure is financed through resources mobilization from the Non- Tax revenues. This, however, was keeping in view the trends in previous years. Re-affirming Government's commitment to carry the process of fiscal consolidation to its logical end, the fiscal deficit target of 4.1 per cent has been fixed in this year's fiscal policy. During the first quarter of 2014-15, the economic growth rate was 5.7 per cent as against 4.7 per cent in the corresponding quarter of 2013-14. However, at the end of first quarter of F.Y. 2014-15, improvement in economic growth, could not be translated into growth in tax revenues, particularly in indirect tax revenues. Gross tax revenues registered a marginal growth over the gross tax revenues during corresponding period of previous financial year. Consequently, revenue receipts (net to the centre) as proportion of B.E. remained lower as compared to COPPY. This shows slow pace recovery on tax front. Except service tax, other important components of indirect taxes such as customs and union excise duties recorded negative growth over the receipts during corresponding period of previous financial year. However, growth in taxes on income other than corporation tax over COPPY partly compensated the lower receipts from indirect taxes. Growth in non-debt capital receipts remained lower than expectation; rather, proceeds from disinvestment receipts were negligible against budget estimates. 13 Expenditure on the other hand grew at equal pace as it was during 2013-14. At the end of June, 2014, total expenditure of the Government was ` 4, 13,603 crore, which was 23.0 per cent of B.E. (COPPY 23.0 per cent). Whereas, receipts (excluding borrowings) were ` 1,15,744 crore, which constituted 9.2 per cent of B.E. (COPPY 10.6 per cent). The receipts at the end of June, 2014 were sufficient to cover only 28.0 per cent of expenditure leaving a deficit of ` 2, 97,859 crore, which was 56.1 per cent of B.E. higher than 48.5 per cent during corresponding period of previous financial year. With macro-economic parameters posing improvement, the pressure on revenues is likely to reduce in the later part of the year. Indirect tax collection are expected to show improvement with the improvement in the market sentiments. The tax receipts, however, need to be monitored closely. Going forward, speeding up the process of resource mobilization from disinvestment receipts and greater efforts for realization of higher NTR as budgeted, may add to the resources and remove the pressure on Government finances. On the expenditure side, Government has initiated measures for fiscal prudence and economy to rationalise expenditure. Subsidy reforms, direct transfer of benefits (DBT) are areas where important initiatives have been taken and incremental benefits are likely to accrue. Constitution of Expenditure Management Commission (EMC) is important step forward in the direction of fiscal rectitude. EMC is mandated to review the major areas of Central Government expenditure and suggest ways for creating fiscal space to meet developmental expenditure needs, without compromising the commitment to fiscal discipline. Although the financial performance in the first quarter of 2014-15 is short of expectations, it would be premature to predict any year-end shortfall at this juncture. Government is making efforts to mobilise the resources as budgeted and to sync the expenditure in tune with the resources. It is noteworthy that, despite several challenges, Government has been steadfast in the policy of fiscal rectitude. 15 Annex I TAX REVENUE (` crore) 2014-15 2013-14 Actuals Upto Actuals Upto SL.No. DESCRIPTION BE 06/2014 %age BE 06/2013 %age (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Corporation Tax 451005.00 50446.57 11% 419520.00 50728.03 12% 2 Taxes on Income 284266.00 47758.23 17% 247639.00 41219.03 17% (a) Taxes on Income other than Corporation Tax 278275.00 46397.52 17% 240919.00 40290.20 17% (b) Fringe Benefit Tax 0.00 -13.63 0.00 2.42 (c) Securities Transaction Tax 5991.00 1374.34 23% 6720.00 926.41 14% 3 Wealth Tax 950.00 53.21 6% 950.00 47.62 5% 4 Customs 201819.00 38649.27 19% 187308.00 40644.62 22% 5 Union Excise Duties 207110.00 18402.62 9% 197553.95 21129.31 11% 6 Service Tax 215973.00 26627.89 12% 180141.00 22276.87 12% 7 Other taxes 3401.41 1090.09 32% 2758.13 1020.47 37% (a) Direct Taxes 1.52 5.47 (b) Indirect Taxes 1088.57 1015.00 GROSS TAX REVENUE 1364524.41 183027.88 13% 1235870.08 177065.95 14% Of which netted against expenditure (Surcharge for financing National Calamity Contigency Fund) 5050.00 855.64 17% 4800.00 800.95 17% Balance Gross Tax Revenue 1359474.41 182172.24 13% 1231070.08 176265.00 14% Less Assignment to States 382215.94 83085.71 22% 346991.76 74355.44 21% NET TAX REVENUE 977258.47 99086.53 10% 884078.32 101909.56 12% 16 Annex II NON-TAX REVENUE (` crore) 2014-15 2013-14 Actuals Upto Actuals Upto SL.No. DESCRIPTION BE 06/2014 %age BE 06/2013 %age (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) A. Interest receipts 43572.35 6490.28 15% 32990.36 12771.43 39% Less - i) Receipts incidential to Market Borrowing taken in reduction of cost of borrowing 22871.28 4485.35 20% 14315.97 10748.28 75% ii) Waiver of Interest 950.00 0.00 0% 910.00 0.00 0% Net Interest Receipts 19751.07 2004.93 10% 17764.39 2023.15 11% B. Dividends and Profits 90229.28 2194.89 2% 73866.36 2636.20 4% C. Non-Tax Revenue of U.T.s 1110.68 300.49 27% 1165.91 265.19 23% D. Other Non-Tax Revenue Fiscal Services 168.22 41.15 24% 87.82 17.88 20% Other General Services 26834.76 5964.87 22% 25380.81 4961.52 20% Less: Other Receipts utilised to write-off loans etc. 1005.18 0.00 0% 1006.10 5.18 1% Net - Other General Services 25829.58 5964.87 23% 24374.71 4956.34 20% Social Services 4850.64 775.18 16% 2684.42 500.82 19% Economic Services 95608.45 7704.09 8% 77388.30 7863.37 10% Less - (I) Other Receipts utilised to write-off loans 4.50 2.46 55% 4.50 2.26 50% Net Economic Services 95603.95 7701.63 8% 77383.80 7861.11 10% Grants-in-Aid and Contributions 2404.51 158.87 7% 1456.13 364.46 25% Total Other Non-Tax Revenue 128856.90 14641.70 11% 105986.88 13700.61 13% Less : Commercial Departments 27443.32 3801.99 14% 26531.16 3301.35 12% Net Other Non-Tax Revenue 101413.58 10839.71 11% 79455.72 10399.26 13% Net Non-Tax Revenue (A+B+C+D) 212504.61 15340.02 7% 172252.38 15323.80 9% 17 Annex III CAPITAL RECEIPTS (` crore) 2014-15 2013-14 Actuals Upto Actuals Upto SL.No. DESCRIPTION BE 06/2014 %age BE 06/2013 %age (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) 1 (a) Market Loans including Short term borrowings 495757.54 170647.77 34% 503844.46 176360.03 35% (b) Receipt under MSS (Net) 20000 0 0% 20000 0 0% (c) Treasury Bills(14 days) 0 -1694.5 0 -54753.46 2 Securities against Small Savings 8228.52 -311.58 -4% 5797.52 -198.11 -3% 3 (i) External Loans Gross Borrowings 28175.04 5786.38 21% 27646.27 5204.69 19% Less Repayments 22441.26 5211.94 23% 17086.17 4775.15 28% Net Borrowings 5733.78 574.44 10% 10560.1 429.54 4% (ii) Revolving Fund 11.39 19 Non-Debt Capital Receipts (4&5) 4 Recoveries of Loans and Advances Gross Recoveries 22817.19 2546.89 11% 22054.01 2174.98 10% Less Recoveries of Ways & Means Advances and Loans to Govt. Servants 12290 1338.75 11% 11400.01 609.09 5% Net Recoveries of Loans & Advances 10527.19 1208.14 11% 10654 1565.89 15% 5 Miscellaneous Capital Receipts 63425 109.11 0% 55814 606.71 1% (i) Disinvestment of Govt.'s Equity Holdings 43425 109.11 0% 40000 606.71 2% (ii) Issue of Bonus Shares 0 0 0 0 (iii) Other Misc. Receipts 20000 0 0% 15814 0 0% 6 National Small Savings Fund 1.96 4909.1 250464% -7.63 8131.23 -106569% (a) Small Savings, Public Provident Funds 24885.76 1890.26 8% 14880 785.9 5% (b) Investment in Securities -3430.54 2725.1 -79% 3531.93 5476.39 155% (c) Income & Expenditure of NSSF -21453.26 293.74 -1% -18419.56 1868.94 -10% 7 State Provident Funds 12000 681.57 6% 10000 310.13 3% 8 Public Accounts ( other than SPF& NSSF ) -4251.66 14209.57 15387.6 -191.62 9 Other Internal Debt Receipts -3453.76 563.2 -16% -3083.43 546.68 -18% 10 Ways & Means Advances 0 14661 11 Investment (-)/disinvestment(+) of Surplus Cash 31715 50000 12 Decrease in Cash Balance 17160.4 76552.97 0 67508.67 (Including difference between RBI & A/C) 13 Cash held under MSS -20000 0 0% -20000 0 0% TOTAL 605128.97 299176.18 49% 608966.62 264995.69 44% 18 Annex IV PLAN EXPENDITURE (` crore) 2014-15 2013-14 Actuals Upto Actuals Upto GRANT MINISTRY/ BE 06/2014 %age BE 06/2013 %age NO. DEPARTMENT (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE 28198.00 5779.53 20% 27049.00 7613.40 28% 1 Department of Agriculture and Cooperation 22309.00 4306.47 19% 21609.00 6002.21 28% 2 Department of Agricultural Research and Education 3715.00 1109.00 30% 3415.00 1128.22 33% 3 Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries 2174.00 364.06 17% 2025.00 482.97 24% DEPARTMENT OF ATOMIC ENERGY 5880.00 1082.77 18% 5880.00 641.06 11% 4 Atomic Energy 4910.00 1082.77 22% 5163.86 639.47 12% 5 Nuclear Power Schemes 970.00 0.00 0% 716.14 1.59 0% MINISTRY OF CHEMICALS AND FERTILISERS 514.00 0.84 0% 1657.00 982.81 59% 6 Department of Chemicals and Petrochemicals 207.00 0.30 0% 1200.00 977.57 81% 7 Department of Fertilisers 100.00 0.55 1% 269.00 0.29 0% 8 Department of Pharmaceuticals 207.00 -0.01 0% 188.00 4.95 3% MINISTRY OF CIVIL AVIATION 6720.00 1841.56 27% 5200.00 4100.07 79% 9 Ministry of Civil Aviation 6720.00 1841.56 27% 5200.00 4100.07 79% MINISTRY OF COAL 550.00 0.08 0% 450.00 117.70 26% 10 Ministry of Coal 550.00 0.08 0% 450.00 117.70 26% MINISTRY OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY 3926.00 951.39 24% 3727.00 772.70 21% 11 Department of Commerce 2226.00 442.84 20% 2226.00 553.28 25% 12 Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion 1700.00 508.55 30% 1501.00 219.42 15% MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 12115.00 904.33 7% 9600.00 1026.60 11% 13 Department of Posts 800.00 14.80 2% 800.00 29.09 4% 14 Department of Telecommunications Gross 11037.00 84.78 1% 8800.00 587.10 7% Less : Recoveries 3537.00 18.47 1% 3000.00 218.64 7% Net 7500.00 66.31 1% 5800.00 368.46 6% 15 Department of Electronics and Information Technology 3815.00 823.22 22% 3000.00 629.05 21% MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS, FOOD AND PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION 550.00 39.28 7% 500.00 119.89 24% 16 Department of Consumer Affairs 220.00 12.75 6% 241.00 38.41 16% 17 Department of Food and Public Distibution 330.00 26.53 8% 259.00 81.48 31% MINISTRY OF CORPORATE AFFAIRS 24.00 5.41 23% 34.00 3.25 10% 18 Ministry of Corporate Affairs 24.00 5.41 23% 34.00 3.25 10% MINISTRY OF CULTURE 1835.00 313.35 17% 1435.00 293.82 20% 19 Ministry of Culture 1835.00 313.35 17% 1435.00 293.82 20% 19 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) MINISTRY OF DEVELOPMENT OF NORTH EASTERN REGION 2306.00 375.85 16% 2006.00 382.83 19% 28 Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region Gross 2476.00 386.37 16% 2176.00 390.84 18% Less : Recoveries 170.00 10.52 6% 170.00 8.01 5% Net 2306.00 375.85 16% 2006.00 382.83 19% MINISTRY OF DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION 15260.00 2017.22 13% 15260.00 2300.98 15% 29 Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation 15260.00 2017.22 13% 15260.00 2300.98 15% MINISTRY OF EARTH SCIENCES 1281.00 46.94 4% 1281.00 145.01 11% 30 Ministry of Earth Sciences 1281.00 46.94 4% 1281.00 145.01 11% MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTS 2043.00 385.46 19% 2430.00 287.29 12% 31 Ministry of Environment and Forests 2043.00 385.46 19% 2430.00 287.29 12% MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS 5100.00 1036.42 20% 3000.00 1294.37 43% 32 Ministry of External Affairs 5100.00 1036.42 20% 3000.00 1294.37 43% MINISTRY OF FINANCE 96367.00 12839.11 13% 123089.00 12926.61 11% 33 Department of Economic Affairs Gross 11427.00 590.34 5% 5142.45 716.64 14% Less : Recoveries 1496.00 0.00 0% 1102.45 275.61 25% Net 9931.00 590.34 6% 4040.00 441.03 11% 34 Department of Financial Services Gross 25300.00 100.00 0% 30088.00 7.99 0% Less : Recoveries 11200.00 0.00 0% 14000.00 0.00 0% Net 14100.00 100.00 1% 16088.00 7.99 0% 36 Transfers to State and UT Governments 72332.00 12147.77 17% 102957.00 12477.59 12% 39 Department of Expenditure 4.00 1.00 25% 4.00 0.00 0% MINISTRY OF FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRIES 770.00 145.07 19% 708.00 104.76 15% 46 Ministry of Food Processing Industries 770.00 145.07 19% 708.00 104.76 15% MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE 34225.00 6123.41 18% 32745.00 8355.36 26% 47 Department of Health and Family Welfare 30645.00 5444.93 18% 29165.00 8011.15 27% 48 Department of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (AYUSH) 1069.00 37.68 4% 1069.00 79.09 7% 49 Department of Health Research 726.00 155.63 21% 726.00 247.64 34% 50 Department of AIDS Control 1785.00 485.17 27% 1785.00 17.48 1% MINISTRY OF HEAVY INDUSTRIES AND PUBLIC ENTERPRISES 809.00 189.97 23% 595.00 58.99 10% 51 Department of Heavy Industry 800.00 188.97 24% 585.00 58.76 10% 52 Department of Public Enterprises 9.00 1.00 11% 10.00 0.23 2% MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS 12678.00 1533.73 12% 12247.79 993.46 8% 53 Ministry of Home Affairs 794.00 131.21 17% 1360.98 3.52 0% 55 Police Gross 10577.00 1243.88 12% 26085.21 2291.40 9% Less : Recoveries 150.00 0.00 0% 17424.19 1709.39 10% Net 10427.00 1243.88 12% 8661.02 582.01 7% 56 Other Expenditure of the Ministry of Home Affairs 318.00 2.17 1% 478.00 0.79 0% 57 Transfers to UT Governments 1139.00 156.47 14% 1747.79 407.14 23% 20 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) MINISTRY OF HOUSING AND URBAN POVERTY ALLEVIATION 6000.00 976.54 16% 1460.00 3.57 0% 58 Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation 6000.00 976.54 16% 1460.00 3.57 0% MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT 68728.00 17185.47 25% 65857.00 18557.78 28% 59 Department of School Education and Literacy Gross 79408.00 14418.99 18% 74088.00 15476.03 21% Less : Rec. (prarambik shiksha kosh/ National Inv. Fund 27580.00 0.00 0% 24429.00 0.00 0% Net 51828.00 14418.99 28% 49659.00 15476.03 31% 60 Department of Higher Education 16900.00 2766.48 16% 16198.00 3081.75 19% MINISTRY OF INFORMATION AND BROADCASTING 1005.00 228.01 23% 905.00 16.20 2% 61 Ministry of Information and Broadcasting 1005.00 228.01 23% 905.00 16.20 2% MINISTRY OF LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT 2448.60 76.58 3% 2446.10 79.22 3% 62 Ministry of Labour and Employment 2448.60 76.58 3% 2446.10 79.22 3% MINISTRY OF LAW AND JUSTICE 1103.00 0.00 0% 1103.00 117.98 11% 64 Law and Justice 1103.00 0.00 0% 1103.00 117.98 11% MINISTRY OF MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISE 3327.00 398.82 12% 2977.00 722.32 24% 66 Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises 3327.00 398.82 12% 2977.00 722.32 24% MINISTRY OF MINES 567.00 85.55 15% 454.00 171.24 38% 67 Ministry of Mines 567.00 85.55 15% 454.00 171.24 38% MINISTRY OF MINORITY AFFAIRS 3711.00 292.45 8% 3511.00 159.40 5% 68 Ministry of Minority Affairs 3711.00 292.45 8% 3511.00 159.40 5% MINISTRY OF NEW AND RENEWABLE ENERGY 941.00 351.39 37% 1519.00 515.97 34% 69 Ministry of New and Renewable Energy Gross 2519.00 354.04 14% 1519.00 515.97 34% Less : Recoveries 1578.00 2.65 0% 0.00 0.00 Net 941.00 351.39 37% 1519.00 515.97 34% MINISTRY OF OVERSEAS INDIAN AFFAIRS 20.00 0.00 0% 0.00 0.00 70 Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs 20.00 0.00 0% 0.00 0.00 MINISTRY OF PANCHAYATI RAJ 7000.00 5.80 0% 7000.00 9.46 0% 71 Ministry of Panchayati Raj 7000.00 5.80 0% 7000.00 9.46 0% MINISTRY OF PERSONNEL, PUBLIC GRIEVANCES & PENSIONS 279.00 13.20 5% 279.00 26.74 10% 73 Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions 279.00 13.20 5% 279.00 26.74 10% MINISTRY OF PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS 43.00 0.00 0% 43.00 0.00 0% 75 Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas 43.00 0.00 0% 43.00 0.00 0% MINISTRY OF PLANNING 2515.00 269.11 11% 8000.00 164.38 2% 76 Ministry of Planning 2515.00 269.11 11% 8000.00 164.38 2% 21 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) MINISTRY OF POWER 9642.00 100.15 1% 9642.00 1746.99 18% 77 Ministry of Power Gross 10558.00 101.16 1% 10116.00 1819.10 18% Less : Recoveries 916.00 1.01 474.00 72.11 15% Net 9642.00 100.15 1% 9642.00 1746.99 18% MINISTRY OF ROAD TRANSPORT AND HIGHWAYS 28881.00 7754.43 27% 25859.91 5708.20 22% 83 Ministry of Road Transport and Highways Gross 51531.44 7990.16 16% 43284.10 7417.59 17% Less : Recoveries (Central Road fund & Bridge fee fund) 22650.44 235.73 1% 17424.19 1709.39 10% Net 28881.00 7754.43 27% 25859.91 5708.20 22% MINISTRY OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT 83793.00 25805.33 31% 80194.00 24956.23 31% 84 Department of Rural Development Gross 121696.50 24887.98 20% 113256.20 24786.14 22% Less : Recoveries (National Emp. Gur fund/CR fund) 41653.50 0.00 0% 38827.20 275.61 1% Net 80043.00 24887.98 31% 74429.00 24510.53 33% 85 Department of Land Resources 3750.00 917.35 24% 5765.00 445.70 8% MINISTRY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 6725.00 1655.02 25% 6275.00 1302.83 21% 86 Department of Science and Technology 3125.00 720.46 23% 2777.00 624.57 22% 87 Department of Scientific and Industrial Research 2100.00 669.84 32% 2013.00 423.00 21% 88 Department of Bio-Technology 1500.00 264.72 18% 1485.00 255.26 17% MINISTRY OF SHIPPING 899.00 40.55 5% 846.00 51.24 6% 89 Ministry of Shipping 899.00 40.55 5% 846.00 51.24 6% MINISTRY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE & EMPOWERMENT 6165.00 645.41 10% 6625.00 535.78 8% 90 Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment 6165.00 645.41 10% 6625.00 535.78 8% DEPARTMENT OF DISABILITY AFFAIRS 565.00 45.41 8% 0.00 0.00 91 Department of Disability Affairs 565.00 45.41 8% 0.00 0.00 DEPARTMENT OF SPACE 6000.00 1780.91 30% 5615.00 1128.92 20% 92 Department of Space Gross 6000.04 1780.91 30% 5615.04 1128.92 20% Less : Recoveries 0.04 0.00 0% 0.04 0.00 0% Net 6000.00 1780.91 30% 5615.00 1128.92 20% MINISTRY OF STATISTICS AND PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION 4478.00 257.61 6% 4586.00 966.53 21% 93 Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation 4478.00 257.61 6% 4586.00 966.53 21% MINISTRY OF STEEL 20.00 -1.94 -10% 46.00 0.00 0% 94 Ministry of Steel 20.00 -1.94 -10% 46.00 0.00 0% MINISTRY OF TEXTILES 4831.00 507.75 11% 4631.00 695.82 15% 95 Ministry of Textiles 4831.00 507.75 11% 4631.00 695.82 15% 22 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) MINISTRY OF TOURISM 1882.00 68.91 4% 1282.00 91.13 7% 96 Ministry of Tourism 1882.00 68.91 4% 1282.00 91.13 7% MINISTRY OF TRIBAL AFFAIRS 4479.00 724.34 16% 4279.00 995.24 23% 97 Ministry of Tribal Affairs 4479.00 724.34 16% 4279.00 995.24 23% U.T.s WITHOUT LEGISLATURE 4737.00 707.06 15% 4483.30 673.17 15% 98 Andaman & Nicobar Islands 2100.00 410.37 20% 1862.49 263.98 14% 99 Chandigarh 813.00 90.13 11% 876.05 105.65 12% 100 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 703.00 103.30 15% 672.38 185.41 28% 101 Daman & Diu 657.00 72.03 11% 630.05 88.74 14% 102 Lakshadweep 464.00 31.23 7% 442.33 29.39 7% MINISTRY OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT 16984.40 2436.90 14% 7566.90 500.72 7% 103 Department of Urban Development 16508.09 2384.96 14% 7312.50 474.60 6% 104 Public Works 476.31 51.94 11% 254.40 26.12 10% MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES 13237.00 144.99 1% 1500.00 131.41 9% 106 Ministry of Water Resources Gross 14762.00 154.54 1% 1512.00 135.16 9% Less : Recoveries 1525.00 9.55 1% 12.00 3.75 31% Net 13237.00 144.99 1% 1500.00 131.41 9% MINISTRY OF WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT 21100.00 5980.91 28% 20350.00 5616.10 28% 107 Ministry of Women and Child Development 21100.00 5980.91 28% 20350.00 5616.10 28% MINISTRY OF YOUTH AFFAIRS & SPORTS 1643.00 132.01 8% 1093.00 166.75 15% 108 Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports 1643.00 132.01 8% 1093.00 166.75 15% RAILWAYS 30100.00 7525.00 25% 26000.00 6500.00 25% Ministry of Railways Gross 8068.86 8186.94 Less : Exp.met from Receipts 1.94 5.33 Exp. Met from Reserve Funds 541.92 1681.61 Net 30100.00 7525.00 25% 26000.00 6500.00 25% GRAND TOTAL 575000.00 111805.39 19% 555322.00 114832.28 21% 23 Annex V NON-PLAN EXPENDITURE (` crore) 2014-2015 2013-14 GRANT MINISTRY/ BE Actuals Upto % age BE Actuals Upto % age NO. DEPARTMENT 06/2014 06/2013 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE 2864.94 944.02 33% 2723.83 1441.74 53% 1 Department of Agriculture and Cooperation 343.25 65.11 19% 324.50 62.38 19% 2 Department of Agricultural Research and Education 2429.39 807.23 33% 2314.17 1345.39 58% 3 Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries Gross 572.31 154.39 27% 536.21 107.44 20% Less : Receipts 480.01 82.71 17% 451.05 73.47 16% Net 92.30 71.68 78% 85.16 33.97 40% DEPARTMENT OF ATOMIC ENERGY 4566.59 1989.78 44% 3953.32 1845.72 47% 4 Atomic Energy Gross 6339.44 1939.09 31% 5585.78 1773.51 32% Less : Receipts 2264.94 380.46 17% 2102.80 360.94 17% Recoveries 247.50 39.24 16% 197.20 29.77 15% Net 3827.00 1519.39 40% 3285.78 1382.80 42% 5 Nuclear Power Schemes Gross 3927.49 470.39 12% 3524.68 462.92 13% Less : Receipts 3187.90 0.00 0% 2857.14 0.00 0% Net 739.59 470.39 64% 667.54 462.92 69% MINISTRY OF CHEMICALS AND FERTILISERS 73104.55 20017.99 27% 66183.34 27132.02 41% 6 Department of Chemicals and Petrochemicals 63.68 10.21 16% 143.01 12.58 9% 7 Department of Fertilisers Gross 77100.00 20434.21 27% 70614.20 27522.71 39% Less : Recoveries 4100.00 431.59 11% 4614.20 411.88 9% Net 73000.00 20002.62 27% 66000.00 27110.83 41% 8 Department of Pharmaceuticals 40.87 5.16 13% 40.33 8.61 21% MINISTRY OF CIVIL AVIATION 657.98 33.88 5% 682.18 30.35 4% 9 Ministry of Civil Aviation Gross 658.02 33.88 5% 682.22 30.35 4% Less : Recoveries 0.04 0.00 0% 0.04 0.00 0% Net 657.98 33.88 5% 682.18 30.35 4% MINISTRY OF COAL 50.00 7.11 14% 47.70 -26.27 -55% 10 Ministry of Coal Gross 1697.00 7.11 0% 97.70 15.27 16% Less : Recoveries 1647.00 0.00 0% 50.00 41.54 83% Net 50.00 7.11 14% 47.70 -26.27 -55% 24 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) MINISTRY OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY 3873.02 357.97 9% 3380.29 1198.92 35% 11 Department of Commerce Gross 3631.00 301.16 8% 3171.27 1142.82 36% Less : Recoveries 3.00 2.37 79% 6.27 1.05 17% Net 3628.00 298.79 8% 3165.00 1141.77 36% 12 Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion 245.02 59.18 24% 215.29 57.15 27% MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 14054.92 4992.50 36% 12682.23 4363.35 34% 13 Department of Posts Gross 17859.85 4424.85 25% 16509.48 3973.07 24% Less : Receipts 10281.90 1116.20 11% 9101.81 998.51 11% Recoveries 665.19 6.22 1% 680.58 6.57 1% Net 6912.76 3302.43 48% 6727.09 2967.99 44% 14 Department of Telecommunications 7028.06 1667.87 24% 5903.14 1380.43 23% 15 Department of Electronics and Information Technology 114.10 22.20 19% 52.00 14.93 29% MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS, FOOD AND PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION 115402.63 47078.64 41% 91091.45 39423.28 43% 16 Department of Consumer Affairs Gross 90.79 20.27 22% 361.70 142.51 39% Less :Recoveries 15.00 0.00 0% 45.80 0.00 0% Net 75.79 20.27 27% 315.90 142.51 45% 17 Department of Food & Public Distribution Gross 125954.34 47150.90 37% 101469.64 39420.20 39% Less: Receipts 10000.00 0.00 0% 10000.00 0.00 0% Recoveries 627.50 92.53 15% 694.09 139.43 20% Net 115326.84 47058.37 41% 90775.55 39280.77 43% MINISTRY OF CORPORATE AFFAIRS 231.25 59.69 26% 221.28 55.44 25% 18 Ministry of Corporate Affairs 231.25 59.69 26% 221.28 55.44 25% MINISTRY OF CULTURE 676.00 186.53 28% 627.00 258.14 41% 19 Ministry of Culture 676.00 186.53 28% 627.00 258.14 41% MINISTRY OF DEFENCE 285202.87 63937.93 22% 253345.91 64311.74 25% 20 Ministry of Defence Gross 16577.87 3006.33 18% 17293.79 2528.45 15% Less : Receipts 11375.00 2135.42 19% 12120.00 1716.12 14% Net 5202.87 870.91 17% 5173.79 812.33 16% 21 Defence Pensions 51000.00 13715.83 27% 44500.00 8125.84 18% DEFENCE SERVICES 229000.00 49351.19 22% 203672.12 55373.57 27% 22 Defence Services-Army Gross 95337.82 25233.05 26% 83935.26 22423.68 27% Less : Receipts 2623.50 330.50 13% 2055.25 328.21 16% Recoveries 45.00 0.00 0% 46.08 0.00 0% Net 92669.32 24902.55 27% 81833.93 22095.47 27% 23 Defence Services-Navy Gross 14175.79 3190.09 23% 12394.43 2444.93 20% Less : Receipts 200.00 146.92 73% 200.00 40.67 20% Net 13975.79 3043.17 22% 12194.43 2404.26 20% 25 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) 24 Defence Services-Air Force Gross 21206.84 4813.03 23% 18900.36 4676.06 25% Less : Receipts 700.00 2168.95 310% 605.26 328.21 54% Net 20506.84 2644.08 13% 18295.10 4347.85 24% 25 Defence Ordnance Factories Gross 14316.65 1727.50 12% 1714.47 2915.93 170% Less : Receipts 1660.47 205.68 12% 2059.09 148.58 7% Recoveries 11380.75 0.00 0% 600.00 0.00 0% Net 1275.43 1521.82 119% -944.62 2767.35 -293% 26 Defence Services - Research and Development Gross 6039.67 1327.49 22% 5597.57 1209.43 22% Less : Receipts 55.00 11.40 21% 45.00 10.07 22% Net 5984.67 1316.09 22% 5552.57 1199.36 22% 27 Capital Outlay on Defence Services 94587.95 15923.48 17% 86740.71 22559.28 26% MINISTRY OF DEVELOPMENT OF NORTH EASTERN REGION 26.78 7.21 27% 24.97 6.90 28% 28 Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region 26.78 7.21 27% 24.97 6.90 28% MINISTRY OF DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION 6.85 2.29 33% 5.70 2.16 38% 29 Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation 6.85 2.29 33% 5.70 2.16 38% MINISTRY OF EARTH SCIENCES 418.00 110.95 27% 409.00 128.58 31% 30 Ministry of Earth Sciences Gross 421.23 110.95 26% 412.73 128.78 31% Less :Recoveries 3.23 0.00 0% 3.73 0.20 5% Net 418.00 110.95 27% 409.00 128.58 31% MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTS 213.00 59.98 28% 200.20 49.83 25% 31 Ministry of Environment and Forests Gross 467.50 62.47 13% 454.70 52.09 11% Less :Receipt 254.50 2.49 1% 254.50 2.26 1% Net 213.00 59.98 28% 200.20 49.83 25% MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS 9630.39 2666.32 28% 8719.00 2197.57 25% 32 Ministry of External Affairs 9630.39 2666.32 28% 8719.00 2197.57 25% MINISTRY OF FINANCE 544037.18 106869.44 20% 507116.86 76523.89 15% 33 Department of Economic Affairs Gross 10565.85 1583.41 15% 70131.56 549.72 1% Less :Recoveries 2002.48 149.87 7% 2145.00 0.02 0% Receipts 1688.26 1246.51 74% 42149.18 505.83 1% Net 6875.11 187.03 3% 25837.38 43.87 0% 34 Department of Financial Services 7536.10 2036.15 27% 7281.39 1579.81 22% 35 Interest Payments Gross 449882.66 95179.19 21% 385000.46 72228.92 19% Less : Receipts 22871.28 4485.35 20% 14315.97 10748.28 75% Net 427011.38 90693.84 21% 370684.49 61480.64 17% 26 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) 36 Transfers to State and UT Governments Gross 76100.00 4763.13 6% 73059.40 6213.14 9% Less : Receipts 6050.00 855.64 14% 5800.00 800.95 14% Recoveries 5050.00 94.93 2% 4800.00 193.48 4% Net 65000.00 3812.56 6% 62459.40 5218.71 8% 37 Loans to Govt. Servants etc. Gross 200.00 9.19 5% 225.00 7.42 3% Less : Receipts 375.00 92.24 25% 400.00 103.26 26% Net -175.00 -83.05 47% -175.00 -95.84 55% 38 Repayment of Debt Gross (Excluding MSS) 4064025.03 921209.41 23% 4014248.55 861142.17 21% Less : Receipts 4064025.03 921209.41 23% 4014248.55 861142.17 21% Net 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 39 Department of Expenditure 151.90 28.04 18% 136.12 24.13 18% 40 Pensions Gross 24778.00 6983.04 28% 21049.00 5340.92 25% Less : Receipts 1000.00 0.00 0% 1000.00 0.00 0% Net 23778.00 6983.04 29% 20049.00 5340.92 27% 41 Indian Audit and Accounts Department Gross 3337.08 899.85 27% 2804.54 841.65 30% Less :Recoveries 213.51 24.24 11% 180.67 23.21 13% Net 3123.57 875.61 28% 2623.87 818.44 31% 42 Department of Revenue Gross 832.91 154.19 19% 10217.90 158.88 2% Less : Receipts 338.97 51.96 15% 347.73 80.21 23% Recoveries 56.04 0.50 1% 52.09 0.50 1% Net 437.90 101.73 23% 9818.08 78.17 1% 43 Direct Taxes Gross 5094.89 1040.95 20% 4361.89 946.67 22% Less : Recoveries 2.00 21.34 1067% 2.00 0.19 10% Net 5092.89 1019.61 20% 4359.89 946.48 22% 44 Indirect Taxes Gross 5155.83 1205.35 23% 3979.50 1085.84 27% Less : Recoveries 0.50 1.01 202% 0.50 0.18 36% Net 5155.33 1204.34 23% 3979.00 1085.66 27% 45 Department of Disinvestment 50.00 10.54 21% 63.24 2.90 5% MINISTRY OF FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRIES 15.86 3.55 22% 11.11 3.36 30% 46 Ministry of Food Processing Industries 15.86 3.55 22% 11.11 3.36 30% MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE 5012.82 1658.58 33% 4585.00 1455.03 32% 47 Department of Health and Family Welfare Gross 7800.79 1582.77 20% 6709.94 1340.11 20% Less : Recoveries 3282.79 53.49 2% 2596.94 40.22 2% Net 4518.00 1529.28 34% 4113.00 1299.89 32% 48 Department of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy,Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (Ayush) 203.15 36.26 18% 190.00 19.14 10% 49 Department of Health Research 291.67 93.04 32% 282.00 136.00 48% 27 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) MINISTRY OF HEAVY INDUSTRIES AND PUBLIC ENTERPRISES 453.44 14.73 3% 453.36 7.04 2% 51 Department of Heavy Industry 443.62 11.52 3% 443.97 4.52 1% 52 Department of Public Enterprises 9.82 3.21 33% 9.39 2.52 27% MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS 53067.28 15340.05 29% 46993.84 13978.10 30% 53 Ministry of Home Affairs 850.67 163.99 19% 812.88 172.34 21% 54 Cabinet 433.52 45.67 11% 403.00 41.28 10% 55 Police Gross 49326.76 14580.34 30% 43843.79 13241.36 30% Less: Recoveries 303.00 16.64 5% 240.00 7.27 3% Net 49023.76 14563.70 30% 43603.79 13234.09 30% 56 Other Expenditure of the Ministry of Home Affairs 2171.83 438.44 20% 1587.17 384.14 24% 57 Transfers to UT Govts. 587.50 128.25 22% 587.00 146.25 25% MINISTRY OF HOUSING AND URBAN POVERTY ALLEVIATION 8.62 3.39 39% 8.02 2.54 32% 58 Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation 8.62 3.39 39% 8.02 2.54 32% MINSTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT 14043.10 3002.35 21% 13594.00 2963.35 22% 59 Department of School Education and Literacy 3287.10 760.14 23% 3042.00 734.45 24% 60 Department of Higher Education 10756.00 2242.21 21% 10552.00 2228.90 21% MINISTRY OF INFORMATION AND BROADCASTING 2311.00 748.05 32% 2130.65 120.00 6% 61 Ministry of Information and Broadcasting 2311.00 748.05 32% 2130.65 120.00 6% MINISTRY OF LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT 3159.73 135.32 4% 2635.10 2106.35 80% 62 Ministry of Labour and Employment Gross 3354.71 135.33 4% 2828.25 2106.35 74% Less : Recoveries 194.98 0.01 0% 193.15 0.00 0% Net 3159.73 135.32 4% 2635.10 2106.35 80% MINISTRY OF LAW AND JUSTICE 1147.61 466.89 41% 910.38 101.70 11% 63 Election Commission 69.00 17.32 25% 68.50 13.49 20% 64 Law and Justice 944.25 406.28 43% 712.47 48.92 7% 65 Supreme Court of India 134.36 43.29 32% 129.41 39.29 30% MINISTRY OF MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES 375.28 94.87 25% 312.71 69.30 22% 66 Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises 375.28 94.87 25% 312.71 69.30 22% MINISTRY OF MINES 537.26 171.40 32% 537.08 155.69 29% 67 Ministry of Mines 537.26 171.40 32% 537.08 155.69 29% MINISTRY OF MINORITY AFFAIRS 23.01 5.27 23% 19.98 5.30 27% 68 Ministry of Minority Affairs 23.01 5.27 23% 19.98 5.30 27% MINISTRY OF NEW AND RENEWABLE ENERGY 15.39 4.23 27% 14.55 3.85 26% 69 Ministry of New and Renewable Energy 15.39 4.23 27% 14.55 3.85 26% MINISTRY OF OVERSEAS INDIANS AFFAIRS 128.98 16.30 13% 115.79 17.62 15% 70 Ministry of Overseas Indians Affairs 128.98 16.30 13% 115.79 17.62 15% 28 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) MINISTRY OF PANCHAYATI RAJ 0.70 0.21 30% 0.70 0.15 21% 71 Ministry of Panchayati Raj 0.70 0.21 30% 0.70 0.15 21% MINISTRY OF PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS 14.35 3.89 27% 13.28 3.33 25% 72 Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs 14.35 3.89 27% 13.28 3.33 25% MINISTRY OF PERSONNEL, PUBLIC GRIEVANCES & PENSIONS 791.41 212.24 27% 740.94 204.42 28% 73 Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions 791.41 212.24 27% 740.94 204.42 28% CENTRAL VIGILANCE COMMISSION 20.35 6.04 30% 0.00 0.00 74 Central Vigilance Commission 20.35 6.04 30% 0.00 0.00 MINISTRY OF PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS 63500.00 24894.20 39% 65145.41 22472.45 34% 75 Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas 63500.00 24894.20 39% 65145.41 22472.45 34% MINISTRY OF PLANNING 91.86 25.51 28% 81.51 23.48 29% 76 Ministry of Planning 91.86 25.51 28% 81.51 23.48 29% MINISTRY OF POWER -98.10 35.57 -36% 431.07 31.55 7% 77 Ministry of Power Gross 166.80 35.57 21% 707.90 45.15 6% Less : Receipts 224.60 0.00 0% 240.63 0.00 0% Recoveries 40.30 0.00 0% 36.20 13.60 38% Net -98.10 35.57 -36% 431.07 31.55 7% THE PRESIDENT, PARLIAMENT, UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION AND THE SECRETARIAT OF THE VICE-PRESIDENT 1094.36 241.97 22% 1033.53 249.87 24% 78 Staff, Household and Allowances of the President 38.25 11.08 29% 34.54 10.87 31% 79 Lok Sabha 562.86 108.09 19% 535.98 120.99 23% 80 Rajya Sabha 318.63 69.64 22% 301.34 73.96 25% 81 Union Public Service Commission 170.81 52.13 31% 157.92 43.12 27% 82 Secretariat of the Vice-President 3.81 1.03 27% 3.75 0.93 25% MINISTRY OF ROAD TRANSPORT AND HIGHWAYS 5464.20 1147.29 21% 5442.23 581.01 11% 83 Ministry of Road Transport and Highways Gross 5564.20 1156.29 21% 5582.24 585.05 10% Less : Recoveries 100.00 9.00 9% 140.01 4.04 3% Net 5464.20 1147.29 21% 5442.23 581.01 11% MINISTRY OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT 59.46 12.53 21% 56.50 12.06 21% 84 Department of Rural Development 50.33 9.56 19% 48.65 9.55 20% 85 Department of Land Resources 9.13 2.97 33% 7.85 2.51 32% MINISTRY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 2043.36 654.83 32% 1982.33 497.00 25% 86 Department of Science and Technology Gross 442.12 117.14 26% 418.39 107.66 26% Less : Recoveries 23.12 2.43 11% 11.12 5.14 46% Net 419.00 114.71 27% 407.27 102.52 25% 87 Department of Scientific and Industrial Research 1607.15 535.01 33% 1558.00 389.44 25% 88 Department of Biotechnology 17.21 5.11 30% 17.06 5.04 30% 29 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) MINISTRY OF SHIPPING 509.74 42.53 8% 866.67 81.81 9% 89 Ministry of Shipping Gross 875.74 77.83 9% 1204.67 153.91 13% Less : Receipts 240.00 35.25 15% 220.00 72.10 33% Recoveries 126.00 0.05 0% 118.00 0.00 0% Net 509.74 42.53 8% 866.67 81.81 9% MINISTRY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE & EMPOWERMENT 47.74 14.68 31% 100.32 32.77 33% 90 Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment 47.74 14.68 31% 100.32 32.77 33% DEPARTMENT OF DISABILITY AFFAIRS 67.89 13.99 21% 0.00 0.00 91 Department of Disability Affairs 67.89 13.99 21% 0.00 0.00 DEPARTMENT OF SPACE 1238.00 480.01 39% 1177.00 338.21 29% 92 Department of Space 1238.00 480.01 39% 1177.00 338.21 29% MINISTRY OF STATISTICS AND PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION 445.88 129.47 29% 365.68 114.93 31% 93 Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation 445.88 129.47 29% 365.68 114.93 31% MINISTRY OF STEEL 67.74 7.73 11% 66.87 16.87 25% 94 Ministry of Steel Gross 72.92 7.73 11% 72.97 22.05 30% Less: Receipts 5.18 0.00 0% 6.10 5.18 85% Net 67.74 7.73 11% 66.87 16.87 25% MINISTRY OF TEXTILES 866.43 213.37 25% 800.59 322.32 40% 95 Ministry of Textiles 866.43 213.37 25% 800.59 322.32 40% MINISTRY OF TOURISM 84.71 18.37 22% 75.30 17.27 23% 96 Ministry of Tourism 84.71 18.37 22% 75.30 17.27 23% MINISTRY OF TRIBAL AFFAIRS 18.96 6.37 34% 16.94 5.83 34% 97 Ministry of Tribal Affairs 18.96 6.37 34% 16.94 5.83 34% U.Ts WITHOUT LEGISLATURE 4402.01 1405.56 32% 4253.22 1351.38 32% 98 Andaman & Nicobar Islands Gross 1513.38 446.70 30% 1440.93 416.53 29% Less : Recoveries 168.57 14.33 9% 115.33 33.36 29% Net 1344.81 432.37 32% 1325.60 383.17 29% 99 Chandigarh Gross 2730.25 752.21 28% 2615.56 692.04 26% Less : Recoveries 432.94 40.37 9% 422.24 33.73 8% Net 2297.31 711.84 31% 2193.32 658.31 30% 100 Dadra & Nagar Haveli Gross 141.92 34.28 24% 132.48 31.64 24% Less : Recoveries 15.90 1.81 11% 10.20 1.41 14% Net 126.02 32.47 26% 122.28 30.23 25% 101 Daman & Diu Gross 982.12 272.63 28% 929.51 357.70 38% Less : Recoveries 852.60 196.55 23% 802.60 279.09 35% Net 129.52 76.08 59% 126.91 78.61 62% 102 Lakshadweep Gross 601.64 158.80 26% 582.40 202.20 35% Less : Recoveries 97.29 6.00 6% 97.29 1.14 1% Net 504.35 152.80 30% 485.11 201.06 41% 30 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) MINISTRY OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT 3025.06 786.31 26% 2796.85 872.59 31% 103 Department of Urban Development Gross 1120.51 258.90 23% 984.28 278.90 28% Less : Recoveries 0.04 0.00 0% 0.04 0.00 0% Net 1120.47 258.90 23% 984.24 278.90 28% 104 Public Works Gross 1871.71 493.95 26% 1775.37 571.32 32% Less : Recoveries 46.25 1.05 2% 56.65 1.90 3% Net 1825.46 492.90 27% 1718.72 569.42 33% 105 Stationery and Printing Gross 279.13 61.42 22% 261.16 61.49 24% Less : Recoveries 200.00 26.91 13% 167.27 37.22 22% Net 79.13 34.51 44% 93.89 24.27 26% MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES 599.64 176.12 29% 576.55 171.49 30% 106 Ministry of Water Resources Gross 613.74 180.03 29% 590.65 174.63 30% Less : Recoveries 14.10 3.91 28% 14.10 3.14 22% Net 599.64 176.12 29% 576.55 171.49 30% MINISTRY OF WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT 93.88 25.93 28% 90.00 19.48 22% 107 Ministry of Women and Child Development 93.88 25.93 28% 90.00 19.48 22% MINISTRY OF YOUTH AFFAIRS & SPORTS 126.00 24.07 19% 126.00 43.91 35% 108 Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports 126.00 24.07 19% 126.00 43.91 35% MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS Ministry of Railways Gross 164955.40 38254.38 23% 146626.00 34134.49 23% Less : Receipts 164955.40 34297.17 21% 146626.00 31100.68 21% : Reserve fund 0.00 3957.21 0.00 3033.81 Net 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Exp. From Contingency Fund 231.34 0.00 GRAND TOTAL 1219891.96 301797.34 25% 1109975.32 267396.77 24% 31 Annex VI RESOURCES TRANSFERRED TO STATE & UT GOVERNMENTS (` crore) 2014-2015 2013-14 SL. BE Actuals Upto % age BE Actuals Upto % age NO. DESCRIPTION 06/2014 06/2013 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) 1 States' share of Taxes & Duties 382216 83086 22% 346992 74355 21% 2 Non-plan Grants & Loans 70019 5501 8% 77060 7266 9% Grants 69936 5501 8% 76980 7248 9% Loans 83 0 0% 80 18 23% Ways and Means Advances (Net) 0 0 3 Central Assistance for State & UT Plans 329712 69645 21% 127802 16190 13% Grants 317712 65985 21% 116802 14070 12% Loans 12000 3660 31% 11000 2120 19% 4 Assistance for Central & Centrally sponsored Schemes 5851 2901 50% 43776 12929 30% Grants 5851 2901 50% 43776 12929 30% Loans 5 Total Grants & Loans (2+3+4) 405582 78047 19% 248638 36385 15% Grants 393499 74387 19% 237558 34247 14% Loans 12083 3660 30% 11080 2138 19% 6 Less : Recovery of Loans & Advances 8832 1105 13% 8548 1138 13% 7 Net Resources transferred to State & UT Governments (1+5-6) 778966 160028 21% 587082 109602 19% (i) Of Which State Govts. 774799 159244 21% 583809 108966 19% (ii) Of Which UT. Govts. 4167 784 19% 3273 636 19% 32 Annex VII DEPARTMENTAL COMMERCIAL UNDERTAKINGS (` crore) 2014-2015 2013-14 SL. BE Actuals Upto % age BE Actuals Upto % age NO. DESCRIPTION 06/2014 06/2013 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) General Services Expenditure 11250.00 1718.06 15% 11902.00 1510.86 13% Receipt 11375.00 2135.42 19% 12120.00 1716.12 14% Net -125.00 -417.36 334% -218.00 -205.26 94% 1 Canteen Stores Department Expenditure 11250.00 1718.06 15% 11902.00 1510.86 13% Receipts 11375.00 2135.42 19% 12120.00 1716.12 14% Net -125.00 -417.36 334% -218.00 -205.26 94% Economic Services Expenditure 22256.08 5500.67 25% 20420.01 4986.58 24% Receipts 16068.32 1666.58 10% 14411.16 1585.23 11% Net 6187.76 3834.09 62% 6008.85 3401.35 57% 2 Delhi Milk Scheme Expenditure 480.01 129.63 27% 451.05 84.17 19% Receipts 480.01 82.71 17% 451.05 73.47 16% Net 0.00 46.92 0.00 10.70 3 Opium and Alkaloid Factories Expenditure 223.64 68.56 31% 219.97 79.86 36% Receipts 338.97 51.96 15% 347.73 80.21 23% Net -115.33 16.60 -14% -127.76 -0.35 0% 4 Badarpur Thermal Power Station Expenditure 1.00 0.00 0% 9.95 0.00 0% Receipts 224.60 0.00 0% 240.63 0.00 0% Net -223.60 0.00 0% -230.68 0.00 0% 5 Fuel Fabrication Facilities Expenditure 1276.13 387.45 30% 1180.88 394.44 33% Receipts 2264.94 380.46 17% 2102.80 360.94 17% Net -988.81 6.99 -1% -921.92 33.50 -4% 6 Rajasthan Atomic Power Station Expenditure 0.00 0.00 79.00 0.00 0% Receipts 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Net 0.00 0.00 79.00 0.00 0% 7 Fuel Inventory Expenditure 2884.72 469.03 16% 2471.68 449.03 18% Receipts 2237.90 0.00 0% 1947.14 0.00 0% Net 646.82 469.03 73% 524.54 449.03 86% 8 Lighthouses & Lightships Expenditure 200.92 27.37 14% 188.58 12.57 7% Receipts 240.00 35.25 15% 220.00 72.10 33% Net -39.08 -7.88 20% -31.42 -59.53 189% 9 Postal Services Expenditure 17189.66 4418.63 26% 15818.90 3966.51 25% Receipts 10281.90 1116.20 11% 9101.81 998.51 11% Net 6907.76 3302.43 48% 6717.09 2968.00 44% Total Expenditure 33506.08 7218.73 22% 32322.01 6497.44 20% Total Receipts 27443.32 3802.00 14% 26531.16 3301.35 12% Net 6062.76 3416.73 56% 5790.85 3196.09 55%
 
 
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