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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 third quarter of financial year 2013-2014
August, 22nd 2014
              GOVERNMENT OF INDIA




Statement on Quarterly Review of the
  trends in receipts and expenditure
    in relation to the budget at the
      end of the third quarter of
             financial year
               2013-2014




           (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 during April-December 2013              1
Revenue Receipts                                                                     3
Gross Tax Revenue                                                                    3
Direct Taxes                                                                         4
Indirect Taxes                                                                       6
Non Tax Revenue                                                                      7
Expenditure                                                                          8
Plan Expeniture                                                                      8
Non Plan Expenditure                                                                 9
Resources Transferred to States/UTs                                                 10
Deficits                                                                            10
Financing of Deficit                                                                10
Cash Management                                                                     11
National Small Savings Fund                                                         11
Review of Trends in Receipts and Expenditure of Railways during Oct-December 2013   11
Conclusion                                                                          13
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 State & UT Governments                          28
Annex VII - Departmental Commercial Undertakings                                    29
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       STATEMENT ON QUARTERLY REVIEW OF THE TRENDS IN RECEIPTS AND
   EXPENDITURE IN RELATION TO THE BUDGET AT THE END OF THIRD QUARTER OF
                          FINANCIAL YEAR 2013-14

Macroeconomic Backdrop
    The adverse external environment, domestic structural constraints and inflationary factors led to a slowdown in
growth of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in India in 2012-13 and 2013-14. The growth in GDP at factor cost (at
constant 2004-05 prices) for the year 2013-14 is estimated to be 4.9 per cent (advance estimate), as against 4.5
per cent (1st revised estimate) in 2012-13. During the third quarter of 2013-14, the growth rate was 4.7 per cent
as against 4.4 per cent in the corresponding quarter of 2012-13. The third quarter of 2013-14 witnessed a growth
rate of 3.6 per cent in agriculture and allied sectors, (-) 0.7 per cent in industry and 7.6 per cent in the services
sector, compared to 0.8 per cent, 1.7 per cent and 6.9 per cent respectively in the third quarter of 2012-13.
    Year-on-year inflation based on the Wholesale Price Index, in the third quarter of 2013-14, was 7.1 per cent
as compared to 7.3 per cent during the corresponding quarter of 2012-13. The average inflation during April-
December 2013-14 was 6.2 per cent vis-a-vis 7.6 percent during the corresponding period of 2012-13.
    Agriculture and allied sectors have grown at 3.6 per cent in the third quarter of 2013-14 compared to 0.8 per
cent in the corresponding quarter of 2012-13. The growth in agriculture sector for the year 2012-13 was 1.4 per
cent and is estimated to be 4.6 per cent in 2013-14 (advance estimates of CSO). As per the Third Advance
Estimates released by Department of Agriculture and Cooperation on 15.05.2014, the total production of food
grains during 2013-14 is estimated at 264.38 million tonnes, as compared to 257.13 million tonnes in 2012-13.
     During 2013-14 (April-December), exports were valued at US$ 231.4 billion, registering a growth of 6.4 per
cent over the level of US$ 217.4 billion in 2012-13 (April-December). Imports during 2013-14 (April- December),
were valued at US$ 340.7 billion, which was 6.5 per cent lower than the level of US$ 364.2 billion in 2012-13
(April-December). Trade deficit for 2013-14 (April-December) was US$ 109.3 billion as against US$ 146.8
billion in corresponding period of 2012-13.
     During the third quarter of 2013-14 the net invisibles balance (invisible receipts minus invisible payments) was
US$ 29.1 billion as compared to US$ 26.6 billion in the corresponding quarter of 2012-13. The current account
deficit decreased to US$ 4.1 billion in the third quarter of 2013-14, as compared to US$ 31.8 billion in the
corresponding quarter of 2012-13. Net capital inflows (including errors and omissions) were US$ 23.2 billion in
the third quarter of 2013-14 as compared to US$ 32.6 billion in the corresponding quarter of 2012-13. Net FDI
flows were US$ 6.1 billion during the third quarter of 2013-14 as against US$ 2.1 billion in the corresponding
quarter of 2012-13. Net FII flows stood at US$ 2.5 billion in the third quarter of 2013-14 vis-a-vis US$ 9.8
billion in the corresponding quarter of 2012-13.
     India's foreign exchange reserves increased to US$ 293.9 billion at end-December 2013 from a level of 292.0
billion at end-March, 2013. The value of the Rupee depreciated from the level of `54.4 per US$ in March 2013
to 61.91 per US$ in December 2013. The average exchange rate for the Rupee vis-a-vis the US$ was `60.08
per US$ in 2013-14 (April-December) as compared to `54.49 per US$ in the corresponding period of 2012-13.
Review of Trends in Receipts and Expenditure during April-December 2013
     Budget 2013-14 was presented against the backdrop of slowdown in the economy and challenging
macroeconomic environment in 2012-13. Economy had to face varied challenges in terms of unsupportive external
environment, domestic structural constraints and inflationary pressures. Challenges due to both global and domestic
factors put the budget targets under stress since the beginning of the financial year. With exchange rate volatility
triggered by imminent tapering of quantitative easing in the US and growth being sluggish in other major economies,
impacting trade, the macro-economic situation remained uncertain in the first half of the fiscal year.
    Declining trend was witnessed in exports and industrial growth. Taxes on both direct and indirect side registered
slippage from the budgeted target, particularly, Indirect taxes and more so central excise witnessed down-ward
trend. Tax collections on the whole were sub-dued in H1 due to external shocks and consequent negative outlook
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in the economy. Despite pressure on the receipts, conscious decision was taken to front load the plan spending. As
a result, proportional fiscal deficit for successive months as compared to previous years widened.
     However, government re-affirmed its commitment to fiscal consolidation and situation changed in the later part
of the financial year with active policy measures leading to boost in foreign inflows, better balance of payment
position, easing of inflation. Exports picked up and there was sign of revival with economic activity picking up. At
the same time, government took measures to mobilize resources and contain expenditure to limit the fiscal deficit
within targeted level.
     The impact of Government active policy stance was evidenced by the end of third quarter. As a result, the
fiscal deficit which appeared to be breaching the budgeted target of 4.8 per cent of GDP was revised downward
at 4.6 per cent of GDP, with firm commitment to meet the targets. While the positive impact of the change in policy
stance came in later part of the year, for review of performance, figures of B.E. 2013-14 have been taken into
account.
   Summarised position on trends in receipts and expenditure as at the end of the third quarter of year 2013-14
(April-December, 2013) is given below in Table 1. However, the figures therein are provisional and unaudited.
The receipts and recoveries, wherever directly linked to expenditure, have been netted out.
                                         Table-1: Key Fiscal Aggregates
                                                                                                            (` crore)
                                                        (` crores)                          (Percentage)
S.No.          Particulars               B.E               ACTUALS                Percentage to BE         5 years
                                        2013-14        Upto       COPPY            Upto      COPPY         moving
                                                      12/2013                    12/2013                   average
     1               2                      3           4                5          6           7           8
1        Revenue Receipts              10,56,331     6,33,933        5,70,536     60.0%      61.0%      67.1%
2        Tax Revenue (Net)               8,84,079     5,17,661        4,84,156     58.6%      62.8%        65.1%
3        Non-Tax Revenue                 1,72,252     1,16,272         86,380      67.5%      52.5%        74.4%
4        Capital Receipts (5+6+7)       6,08,967     5,29,858        4,20,587     87.0%      75.7%      87.2%
         Non Debt Capital Receipts       66,468       13,468          15,888      20.3%      38.1%      62.8%
5        Recovery of Loans                10,654        8,038           7,710      75.4%      66.2%        97.6%
6        Other Receipts                   55,814        5,430           8,178       9.7%      27.3%        95.2%
7        Borrowings and
         other liabilities              5,42,499     5,16,390        4,04,699     95.2%      78.8%      91.4%
8        Total Receipts (1+4)          16,65,297    11,63,791        9,91,123     69.9%      66.5%      71.5%
9        Non-Plan Expenditure          11,09,975     8,12,528        6,95,233     73.2%      71.7%      75.2%
10       On Revenue Account              9,92,908     7,31,159        6,25,598     73.6%      72.3%        77.6%
11       of which Interest Payments      3,70,684     2,48,464       2,01,959      67.0%      63.2%        62.3%
12       On Capital Account              1,17,067      81,369          69,635      69.5%      66.8%        57.8%
13 Plan Expenditure                     5,55,322     3,51,263        2,95,890     63.3%      56.8%      64.3%
14       On Revenue Account              4,43,260     2,74,016        2,42,975     61.8%      57.8%        64.8%
15       On Capital Account              1,12,062      77,247          52,915      68.9%      52.6%        62.2%
16 Total Expenditure (9+13)            16,65,297    11,63,791        9,91,123     69.9%      66.5%      71.5%
17       Revenue Expenditure (10+14)    14,36,169    10,05,175        8,68,573     70.0%      67.5%        73.4%
18       Of which Grants for
         creation of Capital Assets      1,74,656      96,059          74,283      55.0%      45.1%
19       Capital Expenditure (12+15)     2,29,129     1,58,616        1,22,550     69.2%      59.8%        58.4%
20 Revenue Deficit            (17-1)    3,79,838     3,71,242        2,98,037     97.7%      85.1% 124.8%
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                                                                                                                (` crore)
                                                        (` crores)                               (Percentage)
S.No.       Particulars                 B.E                 ACTUALS                   Percentage to BE      5 years
                                       2013-14          Upto       COPPY               Upto      COPPY      moving
                                                      12/2013                        12/2013                average
   1              2                        3             4               5             6           7            8
21 Effective Revenue
   Deficit (20-18)#                   2,05,182      2,75,183         2,23,754        134.1%    120.5%
22 Fiscal Deficit {16 -(1+5+6)}       5,42,499      5,16,390         4,04,699        95.2%      78.8%      91.4%
23 Primary Deficit (22 ­ 11)          1,71,814      2,67,926         2,02,740        155.9%    104.6%      40.2%
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 `10, 56,331 crore in
B.E. 2013-14 reflecting a growth of 20.1 per cent over provisional actuals for 2012-13. Revenue receipts up to
December, 2013 are `6, 33,933 crore as compared to `5, 70, 536 crore during April-December, 2012 which
reflects a growth of 11.1 per cent. At the end of third quarter, total revenue receipts are 60.0 per cent of B.E. which
is marginally lower than COPPY (61 per cent.) and lower than five years moving average of 67.1 per cent. Lower
than estimated growth in revenue receipts can be attributed to the moderation in economic growth due to unsupportive
macroeconomic environment in the period under consideration.
    Trend of total revenue receipts (at the end of third quarter) as percentage of B.E. as well as percentage of GDP
during last five years is shown in table 2 below.
                                                       Table 2
              Revenue Receipts at the end of Third quarter during F.Y. 2009-10 to 2013-14
                                                                                                                (` crore)
                                                             At the end of Quarter 3
REVENUE RECEIPTS                2009-10             2010-11              2011-12           2012-13           2013-14
Tax Revenue (Net)               307591               391148              420414               484156            517661
Non-Tax Revenue                   81680              193120                  78077             86380            116272
Total                          389271               584268              498491             570536           633933
BE for the year                 614497               682212              789892               935685        1056331
   Percentage of BE                63.3                85.6                   63.1              61.0                60.0
   Percentage of GDP                6.0                 7.5                    5.5               5.6                 5.6
$ GDP as per revised series issued by MOSPI on 30.05.2014
    The detailed analysis of various components of tax revenue is given in the following section.
Gross Tax Revenue
     Gross tax revenue receipts is estimated at `12, 35,870 crore in B.E. 2013-14 reflecting a growth of 19.3 per
cent over actual gross tax revenue receipts during 2012-13. Gross tax revenue receipts during April - December,
2013 is `7,43,709 crore which is 60.0 per cent of B.E. and reflects a growth of 9.2 per cent over corresponding
period of previous financial year (`6,81,345 crore). Lower than estimated growth in gross tax receipts can be
attributed to the slowdown in economic growth in the period under consideration.
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    Chart-1 bellow shows trend of year-on-year quarterly growth of gross tax revenue receipts in last three years
                                                    Chart-1







    @ for graphical presentation, numbers are rounded off
     Component wise details of gross tax revenue receipts at the end of the third quarter of 2013-14 in comparison
to the corresponding period of 2012-13 are shown in table 3 below.
                                               Table 3
                              Gross Tax Revenue at the end of the quarter 3
                                                  2013-2014                                     2012-13
                                      B.E.      Actuals     % of       % growth        B.E.      Actuals    % of
                                                 upto       B.E.         over                      upto     B.E.
                                             December 2013           December 2012            December 2012
                                                  (` crore)                                   (` crore)
1. Corporation Tax                419520       260447         62.1        9.6        373227     237626      63.7
2. Taxes on income other
  than Corporation Tax            240919       153662         63.8       19.8        189866     128273      67.6
3. Customs                        187308       123892         66.1        4.3        186694     118781      63.6
4. Union Excise Duties            197554       101688         51.5       -6.9        194350     109211      56.2
5. Service Tax                    180141        96927         53.8       19.8        124000      80927      65.3
6. Other taxes                     10428         7093         68.0        8.7          9475       6527      68.9
Total Gross Tax
revenue receipts                 1235870       743709         60.2        9.2     1077612       681345      63.2
Direct Taxes
    Gross direct tax collection (net of refunds) during April-December 2013 is `4,18,329 crore which accounts
for 62.6 per cent of B.E. and 13.1 per cent higher than receipts during corresponding period of the previous
financial year. Receipts under major two components such as Corporation tax and Taxes on Income during April-
December 2013 are `4,17,540 crore, which is 62.6 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, 19,520 crore in B.E. 2013-14 and it reflects a growth of 17.7 per cent over the actual receipts during 2012-
13. During the period April-December, 2013 receipts under this component is `2, 60,447 crore which is 9.6 per
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cent higher than the receipts during the corresponding period of 2012-13 (`2,37,626 crore). Lower than estimated
growth in receipts could be attributed to sluggish growth in industrial activity and slowdown in the economy during
the period under consideration.
    Chart-2 bellow shows trend of year-on-year quarterly growth of receipts from corporation tax in 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 is estimated at `2, 40,919 crore in B.E. 2013-14 showing a
growth of 22.4 per cent over the receipts during 2012-13. Receipts of `1, 53,662 crore during April-December,
2013 shows a growth of 19.8 per cent over the COPPY.
     Trend of year-on-year quarterly growth of 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
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Indirect Taxes
    Gross indirect tax receipts (net of refunds) is estimated at `5,67,761 crore in B.E. 2013-14. Receipts from
Indirect taxes during April-December, 2013 are `3,25,380 crore which is 57.3 per cent of B.E. and reflects a
marginal growth of 4.5 per cent over receipts during April-December, 2012. Indirect tax receipts from three major
components, such as Customs, Union Excise Duties and Service tax, at `3, 22,507 crore is 57.1 per cent of B.E.
As mentioned earlier, lower than estimated growth in the receipts from Indirect taxes is due to prevailing adverse
macro-economic conditions during the period under consideration.
Customs
    As against the B.E. of `1, 87,308 crore, receipts from Customs to the tune of `1,23,892 crore during April-
December, 2013 is 66.1 per cent of B.E. and reflects a marginal growth of 4.3 per cent over the corresponding
period of previous financial year. Slowdown in GDP growth had adversely impacted imports leading to lower than
expected growth in Customs receipts.
   Trends of the year on year quarterly growth in the receipts from Customs duty in last three years is shown in
chart 4 below.
                                                    Chart-4




   @ for graphical presentation, numbers are rounded off
Union Excise Duties
    B.E. 2013-14 for Union Excise Duty was estimated at `1, 97,554 crore reflecting a growth of 11.9 per cent
over actual receipts during 2012-13. During April-December, 2013, the receipts under this component amounting
at `1, 01,688 crore is 51.5 per cent of B.E. which shows a decline of 6.9 per cent over the receipts during the
corresponding period of 2012-13. Lower than estimated growth in collection is largely on account of slowdown in
economy as a whole and industrial production sector in particular during this period.
   Trend of the year on year quarterly growth in the receipts from Union Excise Duties is shown in chart 5 below.
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                                                  Chart-5




   @ for graphical presentation, numbers are rounded off
Service Tax
    Receipts from Service was estimated at `1,80,141 crore reflecting a growth of 35.9 per cent over receipts
during 2012-13. Receipts of `96,927 crore during April-December, 2013 is 53.8 per cent of B.E. and indicates
a growth of 19.8 per cent over the receipts during the COPPY. Trend in the year on year quarterly growth in
receipts from Service tax for last three years is indicated in chart 6 below.
                                                  Chart-6




   @ for graphical presentation, numbers are rounded off
Non Tax Revenue
     Against the estimates of `1,72,252 crore in B.E. 2013-14, receipts from Non tax revenue during the period
April-December, 2013 are `1,16,272 crore which accounts for 67.5 per cent of B.E. and shows a growth of 34.6
per cent over receipts during corresponding period of previous financial year.
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Non-debt Capital Receipts
    Non-debt capital receipts include recovery of loans and other receipts including disinvestment receipts. During
April- December 2013, the receipts from recoveries of loans are `8,038 crore compared to `7,710 crore during
the corresponding period of previous financial year. This is 75.4 per cent of the Budget Estimates for 2013-14 as
compared to 66.2 per cent of COPPY. Other receipt up to December, 2013 are `5,430 crore which accounts to
only 9.7 per cent of B.E. (`55,814 crore) as against 27.3 per cent during April-December, 2012. Lower than
estimated receipts can be attributed to non-realisation of expected receipts from disinvestment proceeds due to
unfavorable market conditions during the period under consideration.
Expenditure
    Total expenditure in B.E. 2013-14 is estimated at `16, 65,297 crore which is 14.7 per cent of GDP, up by
18.1 per cent over provisional actual expenditure of `14, 10,367 crore in 2012-13. The expenditure during April-
December 2013, at `11, 63,791 crore amounts to 69.9 per cent of B.E. 2013-14 which is higher than 66.5 per
cent of B.E. during the same period of the previous financial year but marginally lower than five years moving
average of 71.5 per cent.
    B.E. 2013-14 for revenue expenditure is estimated at `14, 36,169 crore which is 12.6 per cent of GDP, up by
15.5 per cent over provisional actual expenditure of 2012-13. During April-December, 2013, expenditure on
revenue account is `10,05,175 crore which is 70.0 per cent of B.E. 2013-14 higher than 67.5 per cent of COPPY
but lower than five years moving average of 73.4 per cent. This also registered a growth of 15.7 per cent over
expenditure in the COPPY.
    Capital expenditure during April-December 2013-14 is `1, 58,616 crore constituting 69.2 per cent of B.E.
2013-14. This is higher than five years moving average of 58.4 per cent and reflects a growth of 29.4 per cent over
capital expenditure for corresponding period of 2012-13.
    Trend of total expenditure (at the end of third quarter) as percentage of B.E. as well as ratio of GDP over last
five years is shown in the table 4 below:
                                                     Table 4
                  Total Expenditure at the end of third quarter from 2009-10 to 2013-14
                                                                                                          (` crore)
                                                         At the end of Quarter 3
TOTALEXPENDITURE               2009-10             2010-11             2011-12           2012-13          2013-14
Revenue Expenditure             640525             700577              784595             868573         1005175
Capital Expenditure              67015              86275               111766            122550           158616
Total                          707540             786852              896361             991123         1163791
BE for the year               1020838             1108749             1257729           1490925          1665297
   Percentage of BE               69.3                71.0                71.3              66.5             69.9
   Percentage of GDP              10.9                10.1                10.0               9.8             10.2
Plan Expenditure
    Plan Expenditure in B.E. 2013-14 is estimated at `5, 55, 322 crore reflecting a growth of 34.3 per cent over
the provisional actuals of 2012-13. Expenditure of `3, 51, 263 crore during April-December, 2013 accounts for
63.3 per cent of B.E. which is marginally lower than 64.3 per cent of five years moving average but higher than
56.8 per cent of corresponding period of 2012-13. This also reflects a growth of 18.7 per cent over the plan
expenditure for corresponding period of previous financial year.
    Trend of plan expenditure (at the end of third quarter) as percentage of B.E. and as percentage of GDP for last
five years is shown in table 5 below:
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                                                    Table 5
                  Plan Expenditure at the end of third quarter from 2009-10 to 2013-14
                                                                                                       (` crore)
                                                       At the end of Quarter 3
PLAN EXPENDITURE              2009-10            2010-11             2011-12           2012-13         2013-14
On Revenue Account             179555             212885              233903           242975           274016

On Capital Account              30604              37069               43001            52915            77247

Total                         210159             249954              276904           295890           351263

BE for the year                325149             373092              441547           521025           555322

Percentage of BE                 64.6               67.0                62.7              56.8            63.3

Percentage of GDP                 3.2                 3.2                3.1               2.9              3.1
Non Plan Expenditure
    In B.E. 2013-14, Non-plan expenditure is estimated at `11, 09,975 crore which is 66.7 per cent of total
expenditure for the year and reflects a growth of 11.4 per cent over the provisional actuals of 2012-13. Non-plan
expenditure at the end of third quarter of 2013-14 is `8, 12,528 crore, which accounts for 73.2 per cent of B.E.,
lower than five years moving average of 75.2 per cent but marginally higher than 71.7 per cent of B.E. for the
COPPY. This also registered a growth of 16.9 per cent over corresponding period of 2012-13. Out of total Non-
plan expenditure, `6,90,289 crore is on account of Interest Payments, Defence, Pension, Major Subsidies and
Grants & Loans to States/UTs which forms 85.3 per cent of Non-plan expenditure during April-December, 2013.
    During April-December 2013, in spite of lower outgo for fertilizer subsidies at `56,365 crore as compared to
`59,536 crore of the COPPY, major subsidies at `1, 88,899 crore have shown higher outgo when compared to
outgo of `1,66,824 crore in the corresponding period of the 2012-13. This is due to increase in outgo on account
of food subsidy from the level of `66,744 crore in April-December, 2012 to `77,173 crore in April-December,
2013 and Petroleum subsidies from `40,544 crore to `55,362 crore during the same period.
   A trend of non-plan expenditure (at the end of third quarter) as percentage of GDP and as percentage of B.E
over last five years is shown in the table 6 below:
                                                    Table 6
                         Trend of Non-plan expenditure from 2009-10 to 2013-14
                                                                                                        (` crore)
                                                       At the end of Quarter 3
NON-PLAN EXPENDITURE            2009-10            2010-11           2011-12           2012-13         2013-14
On Revenue Account               460970            487692             550692            625598          731159

Of which Interest Payments       130005            146304             179429            201959          248464

On Capital Account                36411              49206             68765             69635           81369

Total                           497381            536898             619457            695233          812528

BE for the year                  695689            735657             816182            969900         1109975

   Percentage of BE                71.5               73.0              75.9              71.7            73.2

   Percentage of GDP                 7.7               6.9               6.9               6.9              7.2
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Resources transferred to States/UTs
    Against the B.E. of `5, 87,082 crore for net transfer to State and UT Governments in 2013-14, the actual
resources transferred up to December 2013 are `3, 62,290 crore which is 62 per cent of B.E. and reflects a
growth of 13.4 per cent over transfers during the corresponding period of the previous financial year. Out of above
transfer, `3, 60,452 crore have been transferred to State Governments and `1,838 crore have been transferred to
UT Governments.
Deficit
    Fiscal deficit for the year 2013-14 is estimated at `5, 42,499 crore which is 4.8 per cent of GDP. For the
period April-December, 2013, fiscal deficit at `5,16,390 crore is 95.2 per cent of B.E. higher than 78.8 per cent
of B.E. for the previous financial year. Five years moving average for fiscal deficit at the end of the third quarter is
91.4 per cent.
    Revenue deficit is estimated at `3, 79,838 crore in B.E. 2013-14 accounting for 3.3 per cent of GDP. During
the period April-December, 2013 revenue deficit at `3,71,242 crore constituting 97.7 per cent of B.E. which is
higher than 85.1 per cent of BE at the end of the third quarter of 2012-13 but much lower than five year moving
average of 124.8 per cent.
     Trend of deficit (at the end of third quarter) as percentage of GDP and as percentage of B.E. for last five years
is shown in table 7 as below
                                                       Table 7
                                   Trend of Deficit from 2009-10 to 2013-14
                                                                                                              (` crore)
                                                           At the end of Quarter 3
                                  2009-10             2010-11            2011-12             2012-13          2013-14
Revenue Deficit (actuals)          251254              116309             286104             298037           371242
Revenue Deficit (BE)               282735              276512             307270             350424           379838
   Percentage of BE                  88.9                42.1               93.1                85.1             97.7
   Percentage of GDP                   3.9                 1.5                3.2                2.9              3.3
Fiscal Deficit (Actuals)           309980              171249             381012             404699           516390
Fiscal Deficit (BE)                400996              381408             412817             513590           542499
   Percentage of BE                  77.3                44.9               92.3                78.8             95.2
   Percentage of GDP                   4.8                 2.2                4.2                4.0              4.5
Primary Deficit (Actuals)          179975               24945             201583             202740           267926
Primary Deficit (BE)               175485              132744             144831             193831           171814
   Percentage of BE                 102.6                18.8              139.2              104.6            155.9
   Percentage of GDP                   2.8                 0.3                2.2                2.0              2.4
Financing of deficit
    The fiscal deficit of `5, 16,390 crore on Consolidated Fund of India was financed by raising Internal Debt of
`4, 48,699 crore, `1,587 crore from External Debt, `31,627 crore from Public Account and Disinvestment/Cash
draw down of `34,477 crore.
    Gross and net market borrowings up to the end of the third quarter of 2013-14 amounted to `5, 09,000 crore
and `4, 34,265 crore respectively, accounting for 87.9 per cent and 89.7 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 89.5 per cent and 87.6 per cent respectively of the total borrowings for the year. The
weighted average maturity of dated securities issued by the end of the third quarter of the fiscal year 2013-14
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(April-December) at 14.3 years is higher than 13.5 years during the corresponding period of the previous year.
However, the weighted average yield of dated securities issued during the same period remained unchanged at 8.4
per cent over COPPY.
    Details of financing the deficit for the period April-December 2013 are shown in Table 8 below.
                                                     Table 8
                                              Financing of Deficit
                                                                                                         (` crore)
                                                      April - December 2013             April - December 2012
Fiscal Deficit                                                       5,16,390                        404699
Sources of Financing
1. Internal Debt                                                     4,48,699                        456280
    (a) Market Loans & Short Term Borrowings                         4,93,489                        468357
    (b) Treasury Bills (14 days )                                      -45,766                        -9484
    (c) Compensation and Other Bonds                                      -156                        -4467
    (d) Others                                                           1,132                         1874
2. External Assistance including Revolving fund                          1,587                           850
3. Cash Draw Down Decrease(+)/Increase(-)                               34,477                       -67303
4. Investment of Surplus Cash(-) / disinvestments(+)                          0                            0
5. Borrowings(-)/Surplus(+) on Public Account*                          31,627                        14872
* Includes Suspense & Remittances.
Cash Management
    Government began the year 2013-14 with an investment surplus of `50,000 crore and cash balance of `66,604
crore. By the end of the first quarter of the financial year 2013-14, Government disinvested the entire Investment
of `50,000 crore and also availed `14,661 crore of W.M.A. The second quarter of the financial year ended with
a cash balance of `10 crore and Investment of `36,022 crore. During the last month of third quarter Government
repaid the entire W.M.A. The month of December, 2013 ended with a cash balance of `33,041 crore and an
investment of `50,000 crore.
National Small Savings Fund
   Net accretion under National Small Savings Fund (NSSF) has shown increasing trend during the first three
quarters of 2013-14 when compared to 2012-13. At the end of third quarter, net accretion has increased from
`29,865 crore in 2012-13 to `36,107 crore in 2013-14.
Review of trends in receipts and expenditure of Railways during October-December 2013
    The Railways receipts comprise mainly of traffic earnings from passenger, other coaching services, freight
services, and sundry other earnings. The traffic earnings comprise of 65 per cent from freight and 29 per cent from
passenger segment. Balance 6 per cent is from other coaching and Sundry other earnings.
     Railways budgeted to carry 1047 Million Tonnes (MT) of freight traffic in 2013-14 (B.E.) as against 1008.1
MT carried previous year representing a growth of 3.9 per cent. Against this, the Railway has carried 767.23 MT
of freight traffic to end of the 3rd Quarter. The incremental loading works out to 34.44 MT over COPPY and 4.39
MT over BP representing a growth of 4.7 per cent.
    Similarly, the Railways estimated to carry 9089 million passengers in 2013-14 (B.E.) as against 8420.7 million
carried previous year representing a growth of 7.9 per cent. Against this, the Railways has, to end of 3rd Quarter,
carried 6359.8 million passengers. However, during this period, there has been a decrease in passenger booking
of 54.12 million over COPPY.
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    Based on the estimated growth in traffic, the total traffic earnings were budgeted at `1, 43,692 crore in B.E.
2013-14 i.e. a growth of 15.9 per cent over P.Y. The traffic earnings comprise of earnings from passenger
budgeted at `42,210 crore, freight at `93,554 crore, other coaching at `3,422 crore and sundry other earnings at
`4,506 crore provided a growth of 34.8 per cent, 9.7 per cent, 12.0 per cent and 5.7 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 `96,500 crore in BE
2013-14 representing an increase of 14.9 per cent over `84,012 crore incurred during P.Y. The appropriation to
Pension Fund and DRF has been kept at `22,000 crore and `7,500 crore respectively in BE 2013-14. The
Railways budgeted for an operating ratio of 87.8 per cent in 2013-14.
Financial Results for 2013-14
                                                                                                           (` crore)
                          BE 2013-14          Earnings/Expenditure            Position up to       Growth (%)
                                                upto December                December 2013          in 2013-14
                                                                               as % of BE          over 2012-13
                                             2013-14          2012-13
        1                    2                  3                4                    5                    6
Passenger                   42210            26846            22598               63.6%                18.8%
Other Coaching               3422              2724             2244              79.6%                21.4%
Goods                       93554            66879            61228               71.5%                 9.2%
Sundries                     4506              2436             2508              54.1%                -2.9%
Total                      143692            98884            88578               68.8%               11.6%
OWE                         96500            76558            65087               79.3%                17.6%
    The earnings to end of December 2013 at `98,884 crore, though yielded a growth of 11.6 per cent over
COPPY, falls short of the budgeted expectations of 15.9 per cent. The shortfall in growth of earnings has occurred
mainly in passenger and sundry segments and marginally in goods segment. Overall, the earnings fell short of the
BP by `4,943 crore mainly on account of negative growth in non-suburban passengers on the one hand and drop
in average freight lead on the other.
    The growth in OWE at 17.6 per cent to end of December 2013 is higher than the full year growth of 14.9 per
cent provided in BE 2013-14. Though the financial performance in the third Q of 2013-14 has not been as per
budgeted expectations, it is apprehended that traffic earnings would fall short of the target. It would be premature
to quantify any year-end shortfall at this juncture. Railways are however 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 `63,363 crore in BE 2013-14 as against `50,383 crore of
the P.Y., representing an increase of 25.8 per cent. Segment-wise budgeted plan outlay for 2013-14 comprised
`26,000 crore of Budgetary Support, `14,260 crore of Internal Resources, `2,000 crore of Railway Safety Fund
funded through Diesel Cess and `21,103 crore of Extra Budgetary Resources (EBR) comprising `15,103 crore
of market borrowing and `6,000 crore of PPP. In each of these segments, the increase provided over P.Y. is 7.7
per cent, 49.6 per cent, 26.7 per cent and 39.4 per cent respectively. Budgetary Support, Internal Resources and
EBR contribute 41 per cent, 23 per cent and 33 per cent respectively of the total plan outlay, 2013-14.
    The plan expenditure to end of December 2013 works out to `41,346 crore as compared to `38,700 crore
during COPPY. While expenditure incurred to end of December 2013 under Budgetary Support is `22,869 crore
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which is higher than the COPPY by 9.2 per cent, it is `7,737 crore under Internal Resources which is 12.5 per cent
higher than COPPY. The expenditure incurred from RSF and EBR is `1,129 crore and `9,611 crore respectively
to end of the third quarter.
Conclusion
The fiscal consolidation initiated as part of mid- year course correction in the previous financial year formed the basis of budget presented in the current financial year 2013-14. However, in the early part of the current year, rupee came under pressure. Following, signs of tapering of US quantitative easing in May and June 2013, there was rather sharp depreciation of rupee vis-a-via US dollar, with rupee depreciating by 10 per cent within few days and 31 per cent in the major part of second quarter. Fiscal deficit once again came into focus in the third quarter. Inflationary pressure and the rupee depreciation added to rising interest rates. Consequently, growth rate continued to remain under pressure. On the fiscal side, rising interest rates increased the cost of borrowing and also impacted tax revenues. With slowing of major sectors including manufacturing, mining, industrial performing at sub optimal levels, the revenues from Central Excise and Customs grew marginally over last year. In fact, Central Excise recorded negative growth over the previous year and Customs increased by narrow margin. Service Tax showed some growth over last year, but fell short of its budgeted level. Similarly, corporate tax underperformed due to declining profitability. Therefore, by end of the calendar year 2013, there was substantial pressure on resources. In the current financial year there was front loading of plan spending. The expenditure pattern in FY 2013-14 shows increase in plan spending over the corresponding period of the previous financial year. Implementing agencies were encouraged to expedite grounding of various schemes as the middle phase of plan period was underway. Non-plan spending as a percentage of budgeted level, on the other hand, maintained same levels as in previous years. Consequently spending increased marginally while resource mobilization lacked pace during first nine months of the financial year. The difference between the pace of expenditure and revenue became apparent by end of first half of the financial year. By end of September, 2013 the fiscal deficit had reached almost 75 per cent of the budgeted level as against 65 per cent in the previous year. By November end 2013, fiscal deficit reached 94 per cent level and there was major concern that year end fiscal deficit may be much above the budgeted level. While rationalization of expenditure was being worked out, concerted efforts were also being made to mobilize revenue to the maximum extent. Government undertook measures to mobilize resources through direct taxes, non- tax revenue and disinvestment. As a result of containing expenditure on one side and mobilizing resources on the other the deficit which posed threat of breaching at one point in fact improved over the budgeted level. Favorable trade deficit, easing of inflationary pressure and stable foreign exchange with increase in foreign inflows actually reversed the sentiment prevailing in December, 2013. Government efforts and the policy of fiscal rectitude infused much confidence in the market. Government's ability to keep fiscal position under check and avoid any breach of deficit under even severe stress of falling revenues is laudable. Proactive policy decisions led to containment of twin deficits, softening of inflation, stable exchange rate and higher investment flows. As a result, despite pressure on Government finances by end of third quarter, year-end performance improved upon the fiscal consolidation target set for the financial year 2013-14. 15 Annex I TAX REVENUE (` crore) 2013-14 2012-13 DESCRIPTION BE ACTUALS % BE ACTUALS % upto 12/2013 upto 12/2012 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) 1 Corporation Tax 419520.00 260447.12 62% 373227.00 237625.61 64% 2 Taxes on Income 247639.00 157092.41 63% 195786.00 131520.81 67% (a) Taxes on Income other than Corporation Tax 240919.00 153661.77 64% 189866.00 128273.42 68% (b) Fringe Benefit Tax 0.00 3.30 0.00 -46.67 (c) Securities Transaction Tax 6720.00 3427.34 51% 5920.00 3294.06 56% 3 Wealth Tax 950.00 775.88 82% 1244.00 663.30 53% 4 Customs 187308.00 123891.92 66% 186694.00 118780.85 64% 5 Union Excise Duties 197553.95 101687.54 51% 194350.34 109210.88 56% 6 Service Tax 180141.00 96927.48 54% 124000.00 80926.75 65% 7 Other taxes 2758.13 2886.29 105% 2310.45 2617.20 113% (a) Direct Taxes 13.68 17.74 (b) Indirect Taxes 2872.61 2599.46 GROSS TAX REVENUE 1235870.08 743708.64 60% 1077611.79 681345.40 63% Of which netted against expenditure (Surcharge for financing National Calamity Contigency Fund) 4800.00 2981.46 62% 4620.00 2796.82 61% Balance Gross Tax Revenue 1231070.08 740727.18 60% 1072991.79 678548.58 63% Less Assignment to States 346991.76 223066.58 64% 301920.76 194392.16 64% NET TAX REVENUE 884078.32 517660.60 59% 771071.03 484156.42 63% 16 Annex II NON-TAX REVENUE (` crore) 2013-14 2012-13 DESCRIPTION BE ACTUALS % BE ACTUALS % Upto 12/2013 Upto 12/2012 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) A. Interest receipts 32990.36 33753.50 102% 25230.68 27729.09 110% Add Provisional Receipts on account of Market Borrowing taken in reduction of cost of borrowing" 14315.97 19061.70 133% 5010.00 14821.62 296% ii) Waiver of Interest 910.00 910.00 100% 990.00 990.00 100% Net Interest Receipts 17764.39 13781.80 78% 19230.68 11917.47 62% B. Dividends and Profits 73866.36 59036.37 80% 50152.55 35721.50 71% C. Non-Tax Revenue of U.T.s 1165.91 962.62 83% 1135.78 841.12 74% D. Other Non-Tax Revenue Fiscal Services 87.82 108.50 124% 119.32 28.34 24% Other General Services 25380.81 16500.08 65% 22988.94 14843.32 65% Less: Other Receipts utilised to write-off loans etc. 1006.10 5.18 1% 1106.60 5.18 0% Net - Other General Services 24374.71 16494.90 68% 21882.34 14838.14 68% Social Services 2684.42 1057.27 39% 1371.55 940.51 69% Economic Services 77388.30 36620.51 47% 91147.49 32451.70 36% Less - (I) Other Receipts utilised to write-off loans" 4.50 4.50 100% 3.00 0.00 0% Net Economic Services 77383.80 36616.01 47% 91144.49 32451.70 36% Grants-in-Aid and Contributions 1456.13 2323.40 160% 2887.20 1756.15 61% Total Other Non-Tax Revenue 105986.88 56600.08 53% 117404.90 50014.84 43% Less : Commercial Departments 26531.16 14109.22 53% 23310.30 12115.43 52% Net Other Non-Tax Revenue 79455.72 42490.86 53% 94094.60 37899.41 40% Net Non-Tax Revenue (A+B+C+D) 172252.38 116271.65 68% 164613.61 86379.50 52% 17 Annex III CAPITAL RECEIPTS (` crore) 2013-14 2012-13 DESCRIPTION BE ACTUALS % BE ACTUALS % Upto 12/2013 Upto 12/2012 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) 1 (a) Market Loans including Short term borrowings 503844.46 493488.78 98% 488000.00 468357.37 96% (b) Receipt under MSS (Net) 20000.00 0.00 0% 20000.00 0.00 0% (c) Treasury Bills(14 days) 0.00 -45765.80 0.00 -9484.02 2 Securities against Small Savings 5797.52 -889.26 -15% 1197.52 -889.26 -74% 3 (i) External Loans Gross Borrowings 27646.27 15160.92 55% 26047.94 13044.29 50% Less Repayments 17086.17 13577.44 79% 15899.74 12200.90 77% Net Borrowings 10560.10 1583.48 15% 10148.20 843.39 8% (ii) Revolving Fund 3.03 6.82 Non-Debt Capital Receipts (4&5) 4 Recoveries of Loans and Advances Gross Recoveries 22054.01 9727.77 44% 23095.20 8250.51 36% Less Recoveries of Ways & Means Advances and Loans to Govt. Servants 11400.01 1689.91 15% 11445.00 540.39 5% Net Recoveries of Loans & Advances 10654.00 8037.86 75% 11650.20 7710.12 66% 5 Miscellaneous Capital Receipts 55814.00 5430.41 10% 30000.00 8178.37 27% (i) Disinvestment of Govt.'s Equity Holdings 40000.00 5430.41 14% 30000.00 8178.37 27% (ii) Issue of Bonus Shares 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 (iii)Other Misc. Receipts 15814.00 0.00 0% 0.00 0.00 6 National Small Savings Fund -7.63 36107.47 -473230% 5005.48 22219.23 444% (a) Small Savings, Public Provident Funds 14880.00 13493.33 91% 0.00 -685.26 (b) Investment in Securities 3531.93 12115.40 343% 12122.24 15762.17 130% (c) Income & Expenditure of NSSF -18419.56 10498.74 -57% -7116.76 7142.32 -100% 7 State Provident Funds 10000.00 1261.39 13% 12000.00 1657.34 14% 8 Public Accounts ( other than SPF& NSSF ) 15387.60 -5741.62 -37% 313.57 -9004.12 9 Other Internal Debt Receipts -3083.43 1865.44 -60% -3074.32 -1704.51 55% 10 Ways & Means Advances 0.00 0.00 11 Investment (-)/disinvestment(+) of Surplus Cash 0.00 0.00 12 Decrease in Cash Balance 0.00 34477.27 0.00 -67303.64 (Including difference between RBI & A/C) 13 Cash held under MSS -20000.00 0.00 0% -20000.00 0.00 0% TOTAL 608966.62 529858.45 87% 555240.65 420587.09 76% 18 Annex IV PLAN EXPENDITURE (` crore) GRANT MINISTRY/ 2013-14 2012-13 NO. DEPARTMENT BE ACTUALS % BE ACTUALS % Upto 12/2013 Upto 12/2012 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE 27049.00 19384.67 72% 25338.00 16266.79 64% 1. Department of Agriculture and Cooperation 21609.00 15517.40 72% 20208.00 13293.30 66% 2. Department of Agricultural Research and Education 3415.00 2506.14 73% 3220.00 1815.99 56% 3. Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries 2025.00 1361.13 67% 1910.00 1157.50 61% DEPARTMENT OF ATOMIC ENERGY 5880.00 2617.44 45% 5600.00 1483.68 26% 4. Atomic Energy 5163.86 2415.37 47% 4601.73 1477.99 32% 5. Nuclear Power Schemes 716.14 202.07 28% 998.27 5.69 1% MINISTRY OF CHEMICALS AND FERTILISERS 1657.00 1170.87 71% 2201.00 1617.41 73% 6. Department of Chemicals and Petro-Chemicals 1200.00 1118.79 93% 1757.00 1578.10 90% 7. Department of Fertilisers 269.00 1.37 1% 256.00 6.57 3% 8. Department of Pharmaceuticals 188.00 50.71 27% 188.00 32.74 17% MINISTRY OF CIVIL AVIATION 5200.00 5091.53 98% 4500.00 4021.15 89% 9. Ministry of Civil Aviation 5200.00 5091.53 98% 4500.00 4021.15 89% MINISTRY OF COAL 450.00 395.92 88% 450.00 286.61 64% 10. Ministry of Coal 450.00 395.92 88% 450.00 286.61 64% MINISTRY OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY 3727.00 2390.13 64% 3465.00 2286.11 66% 11. Department of Commerce 2226.00 1717.28 77% 2100.00 1479.56 70% 12. Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion 1501.00 672.85 45% 1365.00 806.55 59% MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 9600.00 3834.52 40% 8600.00 3732.01 43% 13. Department of Posts 800.00 221.88 28% 800.00 69.55 9% 14. Department of Telecommunications 5800.00 2032.67 35% 4800.00 2458.36 51% 15. Department of Information Technology 3000.00 1579.97 53% 3000.00 1204.10 40% MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS, FOOD AND PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION 500.00 247.13 49% 367.00 102.05 28% 16. Department of Consumer Affairs 241.00 110.46 46% 241.00 65.75 27% 17. Department of Food and Public Distibution 259.00 136.67 53% 126.00 36.30 29% MINISTRY OF CORPORATE AFFAIRS 34.00 14.44 42% 32.00 20.61 64% 18. Ministry of Corporate Affairs 34.00 14.44 42% 32.00 20.61 64% MINISTRY OF CULTURE 1435.00 1034.68 72% 864.00 563.01 65% 19. Ministry of Culture 1435.00 1034.68 72% 864.00 563.01 65% 19 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) MINISTRY OF DEVELOPMENT OF NORTH EASTERN REGION 2006.00 1361.06 68% 1905.00 1225.86 64% 28. Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region 2006.00 1361.06 68% 1905.00 1225.86 64% DEPARTMENT OF DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION 15260.00 8019.18 53% 14000.00 8705.57 62% 29. Department of Drinking Water Supply 15260.00 8019.18 53% 14000.00 8705.57 62% MINISTRY OF EARTH SCIENCES 1281.00 699.73 55% 1281.00 558.81 44% 30. Ministry of Earth Sciences 1281.00 699.73 55% 1281.00 558.81 44% MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTS 2430.00 1540.51 63% 2430.00 1010.35 42% 31. Ministry of Environment and Forests 2430.00 1540.51 63% 2430.00 1010.35 42% MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS 3000.00 2008.47 67% 1500.00 1184.74 79% 32. Ministry of External Affairs 3000.00 2008.47 67% 1500.00 1184.74 79% MINISTRY OF FINANCE 123089.00 76863.24 62% 119675.00 56737.65 47% 33. Department of Economic Affairs 4040.00 2463.33 61% 4040.00 1928.48 48% 34. Department of Financial Services 16088.00 15977.99 99% 16088.00 1300.00 8% 36. Transfers to State and UT Governments 102957.00 58419.30 57% 99543.00 53506.92 54% 39. Department of Expenditure 4.00 2.62 66% 4.00 2.25 56% MINISTRY OF FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRIES 708.00 409.23 58% 660.00 464.85 70% 46. Ministry of Food Processing Industries 708.00 409.23 58% 660.00 464.85 70% MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE 32745.00 19306.91 59% 30477.00 16535.34 54% 47. Department of Health and Family Welfare 29165.00 17154.40 59% 27127.00 14790.11 55% 48. Department of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy,Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (Ayush) 1069.00 446.59 42% 990.00 352.45 36% 49. Department of Health Research 726.00 451.61 62% 660.00 376.65 57% 50. Department of Aids Control 1785.00 1254.31 70% 1700.00 1016.13 60% MINISTRY OF HEAVY INDUSTRIES AND PUBLIC ENTERPRISES 595.00 445.29 75% 566.00 347.05 61% 51. Department of Heavy Industry 585.00 441.36 75% 553.00 343.03 62% 52. Department of Public Enterprises 10.00 3.93 39% 13.00 4.02 31% MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS 12247.79 5696.33 47% 12140.89 4910.61 40% 53. Ministry of Home Affairs 1360.98 249.46 18% 2139.01 693.50 32% 55. Police 8661.02 4190.03 48% 8045.99 3273.03 41% 56. Other Expenditure of the Ministry of Home Affairs 478.00 234.71 49% 315.00 119.40 38% 57. Transfers to UT Govts. 1747.79 1022.13 58% 1640.89 824.68 50% 20 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) MINISTRY OF HOUSING AND URBAN POVERTY ALLEVIATION 1460.00 784.65 54% 1155.00 565.46 49% 58. Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation 1460.00 784.65 54% 1155.00 565.46 49% MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT 65857.00 45950.15 70% 61407.00 43473.90 71% 59. Department of School Education and Literacy Gross 74088.00 49379.47 67% 67770.25 33937.80 50% Less : Expenditure met from 'Prarambik Shiksha Kosh' 24429.00 13858.78 57% 21670.00 0.00 0% :National Investment Fund 0.00 131.25 0.00 0% Net 49659.00 35520.69 72% 45969.00 33937.80 74% 60. Department of Higher Education 16198.00 10429.46 64% 15438.00 9536.10 62% MINISTRY OF INFORMATION AND BROADCASTING 905.00 513.41 57% 905.00 410.05 45% 61. Ministry of Information and Broadcasting 905.00 513.41 57% 905.00 410.05 45% MINISTRY OF LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT 2446.10 1038.85 42% 2403.88 1220.99 51% 62.Ministry of Labour and Employment 2446.10 1038.85 42% 2403.88 1220.99 51% MINISTRY OF LAW AND JUSTICE 1103.00 776.81 70% 1050.00 622.33 59% 64. Law and Justice 1103.00 776.81 70% 1050.00 622.33 59% MINISTRY OF MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES 2977.00 1725.92 58% 2835.00 1414.96 50% 66. Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises 2977.00 1725.92 58% 2835.00 1414.96 50% MINISTRY OF MINES 454.00 466.86 103% 232.00 162.33 70% 67. Ministry of Mines 454.00 466.86 103% 232.00 162.33 70% MINISTRY OF MINORITY AFFAIRS 3511.00 2452.17 70% 3135.00 1576.13 50% 68. Ministry of Minority Affairs 3511.00 2452.17 70% 3135.00 1576.13 50% MINISTRY OF NEW AND RENEWABLE ENERGY 1519.00 1070.42 70% 1383.00 822.16 59% 69. Ministry of New and Renewable Energy 1519.00 1070.42 70% 1383.00 822.16 59% MINISTRY OF PANCHAYATI RAJ 7000.00 2831.95 40% 5350.00 2043.23 38% 71. Ministry of Panchayati Raj 7000.00 2831.95 40% 5350.00 2043.23 38% MINISTRY OF PERSONNEL, PUBLIC GRIEVANCES & PENSIONS 279.00 133.85 48% 279.00 107.22 38% 73. Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions 279.00 133.85 48% 279.00 107.22 38% MINISTRY OF PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS 43.00 0.00 0% 43.00 0.00 0% 74. Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas 43.00 0.00 0% 43.00 0.00 0% MINISTRY OF PLANNING 8000.00 1047.07 13% 2100.00 848.69 40% 75. Ministry of Planning 8000.00 1047.07 13% 2100.00 848.69 40% 21 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) MINISTRY OF POWER 9642.00 3841.68 40% 9642.00 1741.46 18% 76. Ministry of Power 9642.00 3841.68 40% 9642.00 1741.46 18% MINISTRY OF ROAD TRANSPORT AND HIGHWAYS 25859.91 20883.97 81% 25359.91 20475.18 81% 82. Ministry of Road Transport and Highways Gross 43284.10 34515.25 80% 41567.51 29721.44 72% Less : Less Expenditure met from (a) Central Road Fund 12504.19 8821.99 71% 12503.57 7417.27 59% (b) National Highways Permanent Bridges Fees Fund 4920.00 4809.29 98% 3704.03 1828.99 49% Net 25859.91 20883.97 81% 25359.91 20475.18 81% MINISTRY OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT 80194.00 51016.42 64% 76376.00 40480.97 53% 83. Department of Rural Development Gross 113256.20 49085.57 43% 129876.20 38882.48 30% Less : Expenditure met from (a) National Rural Employment Guarantee Fund" 33000.00 0.00 0% 50874.00 0.00 0% (b) Central Road Fund 5827.20 0.00 0% 5827.20 826.83 14% Net 74429.00 49085.57 66% 73175.00 38055.65 52% 84. Department of Land Resources 5765.00 1930.85 33% 3201.00 2425.32 76% MINISTRY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 6275.00 4370.65 70% 5975.00 4060.38 68% 85. Department of Science and Technology 2777.00 2024.50 73% 2477.00 1789.69 72% 86. Department of Scientific and Industrial Research 2013.00 1334.85 66% 2013.00 1298.62 65% 87. Department of Bio-Technology 1485.00 1011.30 68% 1485.00 972.07 65% MINISTRY OF SHIPPING 846.00 380.05 45% 812.00 357.66 44% 88. Ministry of Shipping 846.00 380.05 45% 812.00 357.66 44% MINISTRY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE & EMPOWERMENT 6625.00 3296.06 50% 5915.00 3688.61 62% 89. Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment 6625.00 3296.06 50% 5915.00 3688.61 62% DEPARTMENT OF SPACE 5615.00 3464.58 62% 5615.00 2763.26 49% 90. Department of Space 5615.00 3464.58 62% 5615.00 2763.26 49% MINISTRY OF STATISTICS AND PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION 4586.00 3189.05 70% 4586.00 2783.80 61% 91. Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation 4586.00 3189.05 70% 4586.00 2783.80 61% MINISTRY OF STEEL 46.00 6.77 15% 46.00 10.69 23% 92. Ministry of Steel 46.00 6.77 15% 46.00 10.69 23% MINISTRY OF TEXTILES 4631.00 2288.64 49% 7000.00 2701.35 39% 93. Ministry of Textiles 4631.00 2288.64 49% 7000.00 2701.35 39% 22 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) MINISTRY OF TOURISM 1282.00 624.28 49% 1210.00 639.48 53% 94. Ministry of Tourism 1282.00 624.28 49% 1210.00 639.48 53% MINISTRY OF TRIBAL AFFAIRS 4279.00 2867.08 67% 4090.00 2533.35 62% 95. Ministry of Tribal Affairs 4279.00 2867.08 67% 4090.00 2533.35 62% U.T.s WITHOUT LEGISLATURE 4483.30 2704.30 60% 4015.20 2106.29 52% 96. Andaman & Nicobar Islands 1862.49 1113.66 60% 1701.43 894.78 53% 97. Chandigarh 876.05 400.01 46% 737.23 318.05 43% 98. Dadra & Nagar Haveli 672.38 528.02 79% 607.68 412.45 68% 99. Daman & Diu 630.05 421.84 67% 568.25 297.99 52% 100.Lakshadweep 442.33 240.77 54% 400.61 183.02 46% MINISTRY OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT 7566.90 4643.86 61% 7012.12 5368.45 77% 101.Department of Urban Development 7312.50 4540.19 62% 6783.25 5261.54 78% 102.Public Works 254.40 103.67 41% 228.87 106.91 47% MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES 1500.00 400.03 27% 1500.00 399.11 27% 104.Ministry of Water Resources 1500.00 400.03 27% 1500.00 399.11 27% MINISTRY OF WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT 20350.00 15712.90 77% 18500.00 13092.94 71% 105.Ministry of Women and Child Development 20350.00 15712.90 77% 18500.00 13092.94 71% MINISTRY OF YOUTH AFFAIRS & SPORTS 1093.00 749.67 69% 1041.00 695.01 67% Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports 1093.00 749.67 69% 1041.00 695.01 67% RAILWAYS 26000.00 19500.00 75% 24000.00 16663.99 69% Ministry of Railways 26000.00 19500.00 75% 24000.00 16663.99 69% GRAND TOTAL 555322.00 351263.38 63% 521025.00 295889.69 57% 23 Annex V NON-PLAN EXPENDITURE (` crore) 2013-2014 2012-13 Grant MINISTRY/ BE ACTUALS % BE ACTUALS % No. DEPARTMENT Upto 12/2013 Upto 12/2012 MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE 2723.83 1902.86 70% 2593.59 1939.84 75% 1 Department of Agriculture and Cooperation 324.50 97.10 30% 322.22 261.86 81% 2 Department of Agricultural Research and Education 2314.17 1732.11 75% 2172.00 1615.30 74% 3 Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries 85.16 73.65 86% 99.37 62.68 63% DEPARTMENT OF ATOMIC ENERGY3953.32 3685.01 93% 3632.00 3536.84 97% 4 Atomic Energy 3285.78 3357.95 102% 3049.00 3195.11 105% 5 Nuclear Power Schemes 667.54 327.06 49% 583.00 341.73 59% MINISTRY OF CHEMICALS AND FERTILISERS 66183.34 56364.99 85% 61088.71 59564.81 98% 6 Department of Chemicals and Petro-Chemicals 143.01 38.96 27% 45.62 40.18 88% 7 Department of Fertilisers 66000.00 56298.41 85% 61000.00 59492.54 98% 8 Department of Pharmaceuticals 40.33 27.62 68% 43.09 32.09 74% MINISTRY OF CIVIL AVIATION 682.18 662.12 97% 738.80 697.64 94% 9 Ministry of Civil Aviation 682.18 662.12 97% 738.80 697.64 94% MINISTRY OF COAL 47.70 32.87 69% 48.35 28.23 58% 10 Ministry of Coal 47.70 32.87 69% 48.35 28.23 58% MINISTRY OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY 3380.29 2647.20 78% 3125.25 2460.47 79% 11 Department of Commerce 3165.00 2489.82 79% 2923.00 2322.11 79% 12 Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion 215.29 157.38 73% 202.25 138.36 68% MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 12682.23 13349.55 105% 11082.16 12628.76 114% 13 Department of Posts 6727.09 9009.74 134% 5737.12 8544.71 149% 14 Department of Telecommunications 5903.14 4297.41 73% 5294.04 4049.66 76% 15 Department of Information Technology 52.00 42.40 82% 51.00 34.39 67% MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS, FOOD AND PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION 91091.45 87790.67 96% 76502.45 77771.47 102% 16 Department of Consumer Affairs 315.90 241.27 76% 361.29 289.29 80% 17 Department of Food & Public Distribution90775.55 87549.40 96% 76141.16 77482.18 102% MINISTRY OF CORPORATE AFFAIRS 221.28 156.41 71% 213.50 145.90 68% 18 Ministry of Corporate Affairs 221.28 156.41 71% 213.50 145.90 68% MINISTRY OF CULTURE 627.00 469.75 75% 583.00 445.51 76% 19 Ministry of Culture 627.00 469.75 75% 583.00 445.51 76% MINISTRY OF DEFENCE 253345.91 196718.47 78% 238205.53 167015.73 70% 20 Ministry of Defence 5173.79 3401.85 66% 5798.24 3843.60 66% 21 Defence Pensions 44500.00 33263.33 75% 39000.00 27050.59 69% DEFENCE SERVICES 203672.12 160053.29 79% 193407.29 136121.54 70% 22 Defence Services-Army 81833.93 65395.11 80% 78114.36 59481.43 76% 23 Defence Services-Navy 12194.43 8737.58 72% 12548.02 8245.10 66% 24 Defence Services-Air Force 18295.10 13676.98 75% 17705.81 12465.75 70% 25 Defence Ordnance Factories -944.62 2586.21 -274% -535.09 1726.90 -323% 24 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) 26 Defence Services - Research and Development 5552.57 4350.06 78% 5995.56 3494.47 58% 27 Capital Outlay on Defence Services 86740.71 65307.35 75% 79578.63 50707.89 64% MINISTRY OF DEVELOPMENT OF NORTH EASTERN REGION 24.97 20.41 82% 24.33 20.30 83% 28 Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region 24.97 20.41 82% 24.33 20.30 83% MINISTRY OF DRINING WATER 5.70 5.23 92% 5.24 4.48 85% 29 Department of Drinking Water Supply 5.70 5.23 92% 5.24 4.48 85% MINISTRY OF EARTH SCIENCES 409.00 295.97 72% 387.00 297.53 77% 30 Ministry of Earth Sciences 409.00 295.97 72% 387.00 297.53 77% MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTS 200.20 153.72 77% 199.41 159.08 80% 31 Ministry of Environment and Forests 200.20 153.72 77% 199.41 159.08 80% MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS8719.00 6763.05 78% 8161.97 5417.13 66% 32 Ministry of External Affairs 8719.00 6763.05 78% 8161.97 5417.13 66% MINISTRY OF FINANCE 507116.86 313649.57 62% 435380.00 261000.44 60% 33 Department of Economic Affairs 25837.38 3909.56 15% 19125.01 7653.57 40% 34 Department of Financial Services 7281.39 5172.70 71% 8349.23 4587.30 55% 35 Interest Payments 370684.49 248463.50 67% 319759.43 201958.81 63% 36 Transfers to State and UT Governments 62459.40 31873.77 51% 58682.46 26016.48 44% 37 Loans to Govt. Servants etc. -175.00 -141.31 81% -195.00 -156.82 80% 38 Repayment of Debt 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 39 Department of Expenditure 136.12 88.51 65% 131.25 75.23 57% 40 Pensions 20049.00 15983.27 80% 18800.00 13456.14 72% 41 Indian Audit and Accounts Department 2623.87 2179.87 83% 2415.70 1946.38 81% 42 Department of Revenue 9818.08 147.31 2% 769.64 245.12 32% 43 Direct Taxes 4359.89 3045.14 70% 3878.46 2485.99 64% 44 Indirect Taxes 3979.00 2914.92 73% 3600.58 2719.48 76% 45 Department of Disinvestment 63.24 12.33 19% 63.24 12.76 20% MINISTRY OF FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRIES 11.11 9.26 83% 10.54 7.58 72% 46 Ministry of Food Processing Industries 11.11 9.26 83% 10.54 7.58 72% MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE 4585.00 3585.70 78% 4011.00 3691.13 92% 47 Department of Health and Family Welfare 4113.00 3303.40 80% 3575.00 3374.47 94% 48 Department of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy,Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (Ayush) 190.00 75.65 40% 188.00 136.66 73% 49 Department of Health Research 282.00 206.65 73% 248.00 180.00 73% MINISTRY OF HEAVY INDUSTRIES AND PUBLIC ENTERPRISES 453.36 252.47 56% 465.60 220.12 47% 51 Department of Heavy Industry 443.97 245.75 55% 456.67 213.55 47% 52 Department of Public Enterprises 9.39 6.72 72% 8.93 6.57 74% 25 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS 46993.84 37464.28 80% 42308.10 32831.04 78% 53 Ministry of Home Affairs 812.88 561.78 69% 835.69 615.95 74% 54 Cabinet 403.00 140.90 35% 741.87 586.63 79% 55 Police 43603.79 35166.08 81% 38586.26 30118.34 78% 56 Other Expenditure of the Ministry of Home Affairs 1587.17 1156.77 73% 1558.28 970.12 62% 57 Transfers to UT Govts. 587.00 438.75 75% 586.00 540.00 92% MINISTRY OF HOUSING AND URBAN POVERTY ALLEVIATION 8.02 6.59 82% 8.00 5.21 65% 58 Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation 8.02 6.59 82% 8.00 5.21 65% MINSTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT 13594.00 10238.22 75% 12649.00 7242.28 57% 59 Department of School Education and Literacy 3042.00 2558.89 84% 2812.00 2051.50 73% 60 Department of Secondary Education and Higher Education 10552.00 7679.33 73% 9837.00 5190.78 53% MINISTRY OF INFORMATION AND BROADCASTING 2130.65 1590.71 75% 1832.32 1000.71 55% 61 Ministry of Information and Broadcasting 2130.65 1590.71 75% 1832.32 1000.71 55% MINISTRY OF LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT 2635.10 2431.84 92% 1929.80 1903.35 99% 62 Ministry of Labour and employment 2635.10 2431.84 92% 1929.80 1903.35 99% MINISTRY OF LAW AND JUSTICE 910.38 699.38 77% 669.54 467.30 70% 63 Election Commission 68.50 50.96 74% 72.17 32.14 45% 64 Law and Justice 712.47 542.13 76% 485.62 341.99 70% 65 Supreme Court of India 129.41 106.29 82% 111.75 93.17 83% MINISTRY OF MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES 312.71 237.14 76% 320.66 221.11 69% 66 Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises 312.71 237.14 76% 320.66 221.11 69% MINISTRY OF MINES 537.08 411.31 77% 466.44 400.23 86% 67 Ministry of Mines 537.08 411.31 77% 466.44 400.23 86% MINISTRY OF MINORITY AFFAIRS 19.98 15.25 76% 19.70 13.05 66% 68 Ministry of Minority Affairs 19.98 15.25 76% 19.70 13.05 66% MINISTRY OF NEW AND RENEWABLE ENERGY 14.55 9.85 68% 14.79 10.57 71% 69 Ministry of New and Renewable Energy 14.55 9.85 68% 14.79 10.57 71% MINISTRY OF OVERSEAS INDIANS AFFAIRS 115.79 56.68 49% 114.77 50.00 44% 70 Ministry of Overseas Indians Affairs 115.79 56.68 49% 114.77 50.00 44% MINISTRY OF PANCHAYATI RAJ 0.70 0.49 70% 0.74 0.45 61% 71 Ministry of Panchayati Raj 0.70 0.49 70% 0.74 0.45 61% MINISTRY OF PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS 13.28 9.07 68% 11.72 7.82 67% 72 Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs 13.28 9.07 68% 11.72 7.82 67% 26 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) MINISTRY OF PERSONNEL, PUBLIC GRIEVANCES & PENSIONS 740.94 585.51 79% 615.67 515.76 84% 73 Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions 740.94 585.51 79% 615.67 515.76 84% MINISTRY OF PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS 65145.41 55387.56 85% 43716.85 40566.41 93% 74 Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas 65145.41 55387.56 85% 43716.85 40566.41 93% MINISTRY OF PLANNING 81.51 63.09 77% 77.03 59.42 77% 75 Ministry of Planning 81.51 63.09 77% 77.03 59.42 77% MINISTRY OF POWER 431.07 499.07 116% -122.89 -49.05 40% 76 Ministry of Power 431.07 499.07 116% -122.89 -49.05 40% THE PRESIDENT, PARLIAMENT, UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION AND THE SECRETARIAT OF THE VICE-PRESIDENT 1033.53 719.47 70% 902.98 678.37 75% 77 Staff, Household and Allowances of the President 34.54 29.01 84% 30.24 23.67 78% 78 Lok Sabha 535.98 355.69 66% 435.00 344.09 79% 79 Rajya Sabha 301.34 200.57 67% 284.05 200.29 71% 80 UPSC 157.92 131.46 83% 150.57 107.86 72% 81 Secretariat of the Vice-President 3.75 2.74 73% 3.12 2.46 79% Ministry of Road Transport and Highways 5442.23 2672.51 49% 5438.21 2448.77 45% 82 Ministry of Road Transport and Highways 5442.23 2672.51 49% 5438.21 2448.77 45% MINISTRY OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT 56.50 36.71 65% 54.02 38.84 72% 83 Department of Rural Development 48.65 30.09 62% 46.82 33.01 71% 84 Department of Land Resources 7.85 6.62 84% 7.20 5.83 81% MINISTRY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 1982.33 1493.85 75% 1882.61 1411.42 75% 85 Department of Science and Technology 407.27 313.00 77% 396.22 296.48 75% 86 Department of Scientific and Industrial Research 1558.00 1167.63 75% 1471.00 1102.37 75% 87 Department of Biotechnology 17.06 13.22 77% 15.39 12.57 82% MINISTRY OF SHIPPING, ROAD TRANSPORT AND HIGHWAYS 866.67 586.41 68% 867.49 334.06 39% 88 Department of Shipping 866.67 586.41 68% 867.49 334.06 39% MINISTRY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE & EMPOWERMENT 100.32 78.43 78% 93.30 64.80 69% 89 Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment 100.32 78.43 78% 93.30 64.80 69% DEPARTMENT OF SPACE 1177.00 969.27 82% 1100.00 868.34 79% 90 Department of Space 1177.00 969.27 82% 1100.00 868.34 79% 27 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) MINISTRY OF STATISTICS AND PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION365.68 308.28 84% 357.54 310.27 87% 91 Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation 365.68 308.28 84% 357.54 310.27 87% MINISTRY OF STEEL 66.87 49.74 74% 69.29 48.35 70% 92 Ministry of Steel 66.87 49.74 74% 69.29 48.35 70% MINISTRY OF TEXTILES 800.59 659.24 82% 836.41 500.60 60% 93 Ministry of Textiles 800.59 659.24 82% 836.41 500.60 60% MINISTRY OF TOURISM 75.30 54.66 73% 72.98 49.90 68% 94 Ministry of Tourism 75.30 54.66 73% 72.98 49.90 68% MINISTRY OF TRIBAL AFFAIRS 16.94 14.75 87% 18.00 12.93 72% 95 Ministry of Tribal Affairs 16.94 14.75 87% 18.00 12.93 72% U.Ts WITHOUT LEGISLATURE 4253.22 3720.85 87% 3706.92 3276.04 88% 96 Andaman & Nicobar Islands 1325.60 1221.58 92% 1276.61 932.50 73% 97 Chandigarh 2193.32 1867.23 85% 1804.78 1692.92 94% 98 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 122.28 92.07 75% 106.56 88.00 83% 99 Daman & Diu 126.91 79.99 63% 113.20 142.27 126% 100 Lakshadweep 485.11 459.98 95% 405.77 420.35 104% MINISTRY OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT 2796.85 2337.37 84% 2673.87 2097.40 78% 101 Department of Urban Development 984.24 793.38 81% 946.13 703.97 74% 102 Public Works 1718.72 1488.29 87% 1625.40 1324.66 81% 103 Stationery and Printing 93.89 55.70 59% 102.34 68.77 67% MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES576.55 437.28 76% 541.00 420.97 78% 104 Ministry of Water Resources 576.55 437.28 76% 541.00 420.97 78% MINISTRY OF WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT 90.00 67.48 75% 84.00 65.12 78% 105 Department of Women and Child Development 90.00 67.48 75% 84.00 65.12 78% MINISTRY OF YOUTH AFFAIRS & SPORTS 126.00 94.70 75% 111.00 89.46 81% 106 Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports 126.00 94.70 75% 111.00 89.46 81% MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS Ministry of Railways Gross 146626.00 104297.24 71% 135693.89 88884.63 66% Less : Receipts 146626.00 99304.96 68% 135693.89 87475.62 64% : Reserve Fund 0.00 4992.28 0.00 1409.01 Net: 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Expenditure from Contingency Fund 5.00 219.03 GRAND TOTAL 1109975.32 812527.32 73% 969900.29 695233.32 72% 28 Annex VI RESOURCES TRANSFERRED TO STATE & UT GOVERNMENTS (` crore) 2013-2014 2012-13 DESCRIPTION BE ACTUALS % BE ACTUALS % Upto 12/2013 Upto 12/2012 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) 1 States' share of Taxes & Duties 346992 223067 64% 301921 194392 64% 2 Non-plan Grants & Loans 77060 38983 51% 64296 30508 47% Grants 76980 38926 51% 64211 30460 47% Loans 80 57 71% 85 48 56% Ways and Means Advances (Net) 0 0 3 Central Assistance for State & UT Plans 127802 70895 55% 122014 64734 53% Grants 116802 63368 54% 111014 57417 52% Loans 11000 7527 68% 11000 7317 67% 4 Assistance for Central & Centrally sponsored Schemes 43776 36273 83% 41592 36431 88% Grants 43776 36273 83% 41592 36431 88% Loans 5 Total Grants & Loans (2+3+4) 248638 146151 59% 227902 131673 58% Grants 237558 138567 58% 216817 124308 57% Loans 11080 7584 68% 11085 7365 66% 6 Less : Recovery of Loans & Advances 8548 6928 81% 8529 6475 76% 7 Net Resources transferred to State & UT Governments (1+5-6) 587082 362290 62% 521294 319590 61% (i) Of Which State Govts. 583809 360452 62% 518182 317958 61% (ii) Of Which UT. Govts. 3273 1838 56% 3112 1632 52% 29 Annex VII DEPARTMENTAL COMMERCIAL UNDERTAKINGS (` crore) 2013-2014 2012-13 DESCRIPTION BE ACTUALS % BE ACTUALS % Upto 12/2013 Upto 12/2012 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) General Services Expenditure 11902.00 7488.33 63% 11500.00 6873.32 60% Receipt 12120.00 7420.69 61% 10800.00 6366.37 59% Net -218.00 67.64 -31% 700.00 506.95 72% 1 Canteen Stores Department Expenditure 11902.00 7488.33 63% 11500.00 6873.32 60% Receipts 12120.00 7420.69 61% 10800.00 6366.37 59% Net -218.00 67.64 -31% 700.00 506.95 72% Economic Services Expenditure 20420.01 15610.58 76% 17839.34 14453.36 81% Receipts 14411.16 6688.53 46% 12510.30 5749.06 46% Net 6008.85 8922.05 148% 5329.04 8704.30 163% 2 Delhi Milk Scheme Expenditure 451.05 249.08 55% 370.00 257.88 70% Receipts 451.05 237.29 53% 352.00 254.48 72% Net 0.00 11.79 18.00 3.40 19% 3 Opium and Alkaloid Factories Expenditure 219.97 161.85 74% 349.64 287.60 82% Receipts 347.73 235.85 68% 366.73 266.41 73% Net -127.76 -74.00 58% -17.09 21.19 -124% 4 Badarpur Thermal Power Station Expenditure 9.95 0.00 0% 9.95 0.00 0% Receipts 240.63 122.32 51% 256.66 130.33 51% Net -230.68 -122.32 53% -246.71 -130.33 53% 5 Fuel Fabrication Facilities Expenditure 1180.88 1013.23 86% 946.38 944.60 100% Receipts 2102.80 1190.26 57% 1601.60 987.02 62% Net -921.92 -177.03 19% -655.22 -42.42 6% 6 Rajasthan Atomic Power Station Expenditure 79.00 55.76 71% 79.68 0.00 0% Receipts 0.00 0.00 0% 0.00 0.00 0% Net 79.00 55.76 71% 79.68 0.00 0% 7 Fuel Inventory Expenditure 2471.68 1460.27 59% 2400.00 1329.06 55% Receipts 1947.14 1235.19 63% 1950.00 1031.46 53% Net 524.54 225.08 43% 450.00 297.60 66% 8 Lighthouses & Lightships Expenditure 188.58 158.40 84% 163.26 127.97 78% 30 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Receipts 220.00 162.77 74% 190.00 116.92 62% Net -31.42 -4.37 14% -26.74 11.05 -41% 9 Postal Services Expenditure 15818.90 12511.99 79% 13520.43 11506.25 85% Receipts 9101.81 3504.85 39% 7793.31 2962.44 38% Net 6717.09 9007.14 134% 5727.12 8543.81 149% Total Expenditure 32322.01 23098.91 71% 29339.34 21326.68 73% Total Receipts 26531.16 14109.22 53% 23310.30 12115.43 52% Net 5790.85 8989.69 155% 6029.04 9211.25 153%
 
 
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