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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 financial year 2012-2013
September, 11th 2013

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

Statement on Quarterly Review of the trends in receipts and expenditure in relation to the budget at the end of financial year 2012-2013

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

Ministry of Finance

CONTENTS
Page Macroeconomic backdrop Review of trends in receipts and expenditure (excluding Railways) Total Revenue Receipts Gross Tax Revenue Direct Taxes Indirect Taxes Non Tax Revenue Non Debt Capital Receipts Expenditure Revenue Expenditure Grants for creation of Capital Assets Capital Expenditure Plan Expenditure Non Plan Expenditure Resources transferred to States/UTs Deficits Cash Management Financing of Deficit Liabilities Small Savings Conclusion Review of Trends in Receipts & Expenditure of Railways Annex I ­ Accounts at a Glance Annex II ­ Tax Revenue Annex III ­ Non Tax Revenue Annex IV ­ Capital Receipts Annex V - Plan Expenditure Annex VI ­ Non Plan Expenditure Annex VII - Resources transferred to State & UT Governments Annex VIII - Departmental Commercial Undertakings 1 1 3 4 4-7 7 - 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 12 13 14 15 15 16 16 16 - 17 17 - 18 19 20 21 22 23 - 27 28 - 32 33 34

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MACROECONOMIC BACKDROP FOR THE STATEMENT ON QUARTERLY REVIEW OF THE TRENDS IN RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE IN RELATION TO THE BUDGET AT THE END OF FOURTH QUARTER OF FINANCIAL YEAR 2012-13 Macroeconomic backdrop The Indian economy made a strong recovery from the global crisis of 2008, to register a growth rate of 8.6 per cent in 2009-10 and 9.3 per cent in 2010-11. As per data released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO), the growth in GDP at factor cost (at constant 2004-05 prices) for the year 2012-13 is estimated to be 5.0 per cent (provisional estimates), as against 6.2 per cent in 2011-12. The economy registered a growth of 5.4 per cent, 5.2 per cent and 4.7 per cent respectively in the first, second and third quarters of 2012-13. During the fourth quarter of 2012-13, the growth rate has been 4.8 per cent as against 5.1 per cent in the corresponding quarter of 2011-12. The fourth quarter of 2012-13 witnessed a growth rate of 1.4 per cent in agriculture and allied sectors, 2.7 per cent in the industry sector and 6.6 per cent in the services sector. Year-on-year inflation based on the Wholesale Price Index, in the fourth quarter of 2012-13, was 6.7 per cent as compared to 7.5 per cent during the corresponding quarter of 2011-12. The average inflation during April-March 2012-13 was 7.4 per cent vis-à-vis 8.9 per cent during the corresponding period of 2011-12. Agriculture and allied sectors have grown at 1.4 per cent in the fourth quarter of 2012-13 compared to 2.0 per cent in the corresponding quarter of 2011-12. The growth in agriculture sector for the year 2011-12 was 3.6 per cent and is estimated to be 1.9 per cent in 2012-13 (provisional estimates of CSO). As per the Third Advance Estimates released by Department of Agriculture and Cooperation on 03.05.2013, total production of food grains during 2012-13 is estimated at 255.36 million tonnes, as compared to the Final Estimate of 259.32 million tonnes in 2011-12. During 2012-13 (April-March), exports were valued at US$ 300.3 billion, which was 1.9 per cent lower than the level of US$ 306 billion in 2011-12. Imports during 2012-13 were US$ 492 billion, which was 0.5 per cent higher than the level of US$ 489.3 billion in 2011-12. The trade deficit for 2012-13 was US$ 191.7 billion as against US$ 183.4 billion in 2011-12. During the fourth quarter (January-March 2013) exports, imports and trade deficit were US$ 82.9 billion, US$ 127.7 billion and US$ 44.8 billion respectively. The net invisibles balance (invisibles receipts minus invisibles payments) was US$ 107.5 billion during 2012-13 (April-March) as compared to US$ 111.6 billion during 2011-12. The current account deficit increased to US$ 88.2 billion in 2012-13, as compared to US$ 78.2 billion during 2011-12. Net capital inflows (including errors and omissions) were US$ 92 billion in 2012-13 as compared to US$ 65.4 billion in 2011-12. Net FDI flows were US$ 19.8 billion during 2012-13 as against US$ 22.1 billion during 201112. Net FII flows stood at US$ 27.6 billion in 2012-13 vis-à-vis US$ 16.8 billion in 2011-12. India's foreign exchange reserves declined to US$ 292 billion at end-March 2013 from a level of US$ 295.6 billion at end-December 2012 and US$ 294.4 billion at end-March 2012. The value of the Rupee depreciated by 7.5 per cent from the monthly average exchange rate of ` 50.32 per US$ in March 2012 to ` 54.40 per US$ in March 2013. The annual average exchange rate for the Rupee vis-à-vis the US$ was ` 54.41 per US$ in 2012-13 (April-March) as compared to ` 47.92 per US$ in 2011-12. Review of trends in receipts and expenditure (excluding Railways) during 2012-13 The budget for 2012-13 was presented with a growth estimate of 7.6 per cent within a band of 0.25 per cent with assessment of revival of growth to the post crisis level achieved in 2009-10 & 2010-11. However, due to continuing uncertainty in global recovery and rising crude oil prices coupled with general slackness in the Investment scenario in the domestic market, the rate observed was 5.0 per cent. The budgeted level of fiscal deficit in 2012-13 was 5.1 per cent of GDP with Tax Receipts at 10.6 per cent of GDP and total expenditure at 14.7 per cent of GDP. The actual figures of Receipts & Expenditure of Central Government excluding Railways at the end of the financial year are shown in the table below. The Receipts and Expenditure in respect of Railways are shown separately after Central Government position.

2 Table ­ 1 : Review of trends in receipt and expenditure during 2012-13
(` crore) Particulars B.E. 2012-13 R.E Provisional 2012-13 2012-13 Actual 2011-12 2012-13 actuals as a %age of B.E. 2012-13 Growth in actuals as 2012-13 a %age of over 2011-12 R.E (in %)

1 2 1 Revenue Receipts 935685 2 Tax Revenue (Net) 771071 3 Non-Tax Revenue 164614 4 Capital Receipts (5+6+7) 555240 Non Debt Capital Receipts 41650 5 Recovery of Loans 11650 6 Other Receipts 30000 7 Borrowings and other liabilities 513590 8 Total Receipts (1+4) 1490925 9 Non-Plan Expenditure 969900 10 On Revenue Account 865596 11 of which Interest Payments 319759 12 On Capital Account 104304 13 Plan Expenditure 521025 14 On Revenue Account 420513 15 On Capital Account 100512 16 Total Expenditure (9+13) 1490925 17 Revenue Expenditure (10+14) 1286109 18 Of which Grants for creation of Capital Assets 164672 19 Capital Expenditure (12+15) 204816 20 Revenue Deficit (17-1) 350424 21 Effective Revenue Deficit (20-18) 185752 22 Fiscal Deficit {16 ­ (1+5+6)} 513590 23 Primary Deficit (22 ­ 11) 193831 Notes: The figures are net as in Budget

3 871828 742115 129713 558998 38073 14073 24000 520925 1430826 1001638 919699 316674 81939 429187 343373 85814 1430825 1263072 124275 167753 391244 266969 520924 204250

4 878804 741062 137742 530618 40728 14838 25890 489890 1409422 995139 912899 311996 82240 414283 329364 84919 1409422 1242263 115704 167159 363459 247755 489890 177894

5 751437 629765 121672 552928 36938 18850 18088 515990 1304365 891990 812049 273150 79941 412376 333737 78639 1304366 1145786 132582 158580 394349 261767 515991 242841

6 93.9 96.1 83.7 95.6 97.8 127.4 86.3 95.4 94.5 102.6 105.5 97.6 78.8 79.5 78.3 84.5 94.5 96.6 70.3 81.6 103.7 133.4 95.4 91.8

7 100.8 99.9 106.2 94.9 107.0 105.4 107.9 94.0 98.5 99.4 99.3 98.5 100.4 96.5 95.9 99.0 98.5 98.4 93.1 99.6 92.9 92.8 94.0 87.1

8 16.9 17.7 13.2 -4.0 10.3 -21.3 43.1 -5.1 8.1 11.6 12.4 14.2 2.9 0.5 -1.3 8.0 8.1 8.4 -12.7 5.4 -7.8 -5.4 -5.1 -26.7

Receipts Total Receipts (Non Debt) Total Receipts (excluding borrowings) in BE 2012-13 were estimated at ` 9,77,335 crore against previous year's actuals of ` 7,88,375 crore reflecting a growth of 24.0 per cent. The actual receipts (excluding borrowings) during 2012-13 were ` 9,19,532 crore, amounting to 9.2 per cent of GDP.

3 Total Revenue Receipts (TRR) The total revenue receipts of the Government were budgeted at ` 9,35,685 crore which was 24.5 per cent over the actual revenue receipts of 2011-12. While the trends of receipts in the first two quarters were sluggish, the receipts, especially tax receipts, improved in last two quarters of the year and the total revenue receipts for the year ended up at ` 8,78,804 crores registering a shortfall of 6.1 per cent over the Budget Estimates. After factoring in the share of States in Central Taxes and the transfer to NCCD, the net tax revenues work out to ` 7,41,062 crore is a shortfall of 3.9 per cent as compared to BE. The shortfall is mainly on account of direct taxes and indirect taxes. Non Tax Revenues, that were budgeted at ` 1,64,614 crore reached a level of ` 1,37,742 crore during the year, that is lower than the Budget Estimates by ` 26,872 crore i.e. lower by 16.3 per cent. However, total Non-Tax Revenues grew by 13.2 per cent over 2011-12 actuals.

4 Gross Tax Revenue The Gross Tax Revenues in 2012-13 fell by 40,893 crore of the budget estimates of ` 10,77,612 crore, mainly on account of fall in Corporation Tax and Union Excise Duties. Although there was an excess collection under Service Tax, it failed to compensate for the fall in these two taxes. Overall, the Gross Tax Revenues in 2012-13 showed a growth of 16.6 per cent over 2011-12 actuals while in the Budget, these were estimated to grow by 21.2 per cent over 2011-12 actuals. The shortfall on account of taxes was mainly due to slower pace of GDP growth than expected at the beginning of the financial year. While Corporation taxes were affected on the domestic side, continued sluggish international trade affected both Customs Duty and Excise on external trade side. The Gross Tax Revenues in 2012-13 increased as a percent of GDP from 9.9 per cent in 2011-12 to 10.3 per cent. This is a step towards regaining the levels of tax to GDP ratio achieved during the period 2005-06 to 2007-08 when the tax to GDP ratio increased to 11.9 per cent from 9.9 per cent. This gain will have to be further consolidated in the coming years.

Direct Taxes During the fiscal consolidation period, robust growth in direct tax collection resulted in significant improvement in the tax to GDP ratio and was the most important attribute in reduction of fiscal deficit. Direct tax as percentage of GDP increased from 4.1 per cent in 2004-05 to 5.9 per cent in 2007-08. However, during the crisis period the growth in direct tax got significantly subdued and reduced to the level of 5.5 per cent of GDP in 2011-12. In FY 2012-13, the direct tax collection increased marginally to 5.6 per cent from 5.5 per cent. The direct tax collections during 2012-13 have increased by 13.2 per cent to ` 5,58,989 crore over ` 4,93,947 crore during 2011-12. The actual collection of direct taxes during 2012-13 has been marginally lower than Budget Estimates for 2012-13, at 98 per cent.

Corporation Tax The Corporation Tax was budgeted to increase from the actual collection of ` 3,22,816 crore in 2011-12 to ` 3,73,227 crore in BE 2012-13. This was a growth of 15.6 per cent. However, due to the economic slowdown, the actual corporation tax collection in 2012-13 is ` 3,56,326 crore which is a growth of 10.4 per cent. This is primarily due to the effect of economic slowdown from mid 2011-12 especially in the last quarter 2011-12 and continued in 2012-13 that impacted the profitability and the expectations of corporate tax payers. The shortfall in Corporation Taxes is one of the most important components in the overall shortfall in gross tax revenues in 2012-13, at 41.3 per cent of the total shortfall.

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Taxes on Income other than Corporation Tax Taxes on Income other than Corporation Taxes were budgeted at ` 1,89,866 crore, 15.4 per cent over the actual collection of ` 1,64,485 crore in 2011-12. This was assuming that the rationalization proposed in 2011-12 would increase the compliance and the dividends of increased compliance would be available by 2012-13. This assumption proved to be correct and in 2012-13, the individual income tax marginally exceeded the budget estimate with final figures at ` 1,96,844 crore which is a growth of 19.7 per cent over the last year. As in the last year, the buoyancy in personal income tax collection goes to show that the rationalization of the slabs and moderation in tax rates aid in improving tax collection.

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Indirect Taxes The actual indirect tax collection during 2012-13 is ` 4,77,730 crore reflecting a growth of 20.9 per cent over 2011-12 ` 3,95,230 crore and amounts to 4.8 per cent of GDP. The overall tax collection for this component is lower than the budget estimates and is 94.2 per cent of B.E. 2012-13. The indirect tax to GDP ratio which declined significantly from 6.0 per cent in 2007-08 to 3.8 per cent in 2009-10 has improved to 4.4 per cent in 2011-12 and 4.8 per cent in 2012-13. There is a significant change in the composition of indirect tax revenue during 2011-12 and 2012-13 when compared to crisis years' period. Receipts from Union Excise Duties and Service Tax contributed 36.8 per cent and 27.7 per cent

8 respectively of indirect tax collection in 2012-13, as against 36.7 per cent and 24.8 per cent respectively in 2011-12. At the same time, receipts from Customs as percentage of total indirect tax collection have declined, from 37.8 per cent in 2011-12 to 34.7 per cent in 2012-13. Prevailing macroeconomic condition and uncertainty in global economic recovery contributed to decline in collections on both Customs and Excise duty.

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GDP Estimates as per revised series with 2004-05 as base year. Customs Customs duties were budgeted to reach a level of ` 1,86,694 crore in 2012-13 which was 25 per cent growth over 2011-2012 actuals. The actual collection that could be achieved during the year was `1,65,818 crore, a shortfall of ` 20,876 crore from the budgeted level.

10 Union Excise Duty The receipts from union excise duty was budgeted at ` 1,94,350 crore (excluding certain Cesses accounted under the head "other taxes and duties on commodities and services") reflecting a growth of 34.1 per cent over the actual collection of ` 1,44,901 crore in 2011-12. The actual collection for excise duties for the year 2012-13 was ` 1,75,873 crore, shortfall of ` 18,477 crore.

Service Tax Collection under Service Tax during 2012-13 were budgeted at ` 1,24,000 crore, reflecting a growth of 27.2 per cent over the previous year 's collection of ` 97,509 crore. The actual collection under Service Tax during 2012-13 was ` 1,32,519 crore which was in an excess of ` 8,519 crore over the Budget Estimates. Higher collection in service tax was due to the impact of twin measures announced in the budget viz. enhancement of 2 per cent duty and introduction of negative list which enlarged the base. However, this could only partially compensate for the fall in Customs and Excise Duties of ` 39,353 crore

11 Non Tax Revenue Non Tax Revenues in 2012-13 were budgeted at ` 1,64,614 crore which mainly includes receipts from interests on loans given by Central Government, dividends and profits, receipts from petroleum and telecom sectors. Overall, the Non Tax Revenue for 2012-13 was ` 1,37,742 crore which is 83.7 per cent of the Budget Estimates. The non-tax revenue in 2012-13 increased from ` 1,21,672 crore in 2011-12 to ` 1,37,742 crore, registering a growth of 13.2 per cent. The shortfall from the budgeted amount was mainly on account of the shortfall in receipts from spectrum auctions. Non Debt Capital Receipts The Non Debt Capital Receipts of the government were budgeted at ` 41,650 crore comprising receipts from disinvestment of ` 30,000 crore and ` 11,650 crore of recovery of loans and advances. The actual recovery from loans and advances in the year 2012-13 was ` 14,838 crore and the disinvestment receipts were ` 25,890 crore. There was no receipts on account of issue of bonus shares, the total Non Debt Capital Receipts in 2012-13 were ` 40,728 crore reflecting a shortfall of 2.2 per cent of the Budget Estimates. The change in policy with respect to utilization of disinvestment proceeds for financing expenditure for creation of capital assets under social sector programmes was continued in 2012-13 as well. Expenditure The total expenditure in BE 2012-13 was estimated to be at ` 14,90,925 crore which was 14.3 per cent of above the actual expenditure of ` 13,04,365 crore in 2011-12. The actual expenditure in 2012-13 was at ` 14,09,422 crore which works out to 94.5 per cent of the Budget Estimates. The total expenditure for 2012-13 witnessed growth of 8.1 per cent over the total expenditure of 2011-12. However, as the percentage of GDP the total expenditure in 2012-13 has fallen to 14.1 per cent from the previous year 's level of 14.5 per cent. Revenue Expenditure The revenue expenditure was budgeted at ` 12,86,109 crore which was at a growth of 12.3 per cent over 2011-12 actuals of ` 11,45,785 crore. The actual revenue expenditure for 2012-13 was ` 12,42,263 crore which is 96.6 per cent of the Budget Estimates reflecting a growth of 8.3 per cent from the previous year. The revenue expenditure for 2012-13 works out to 12.4 per cent of GDP which shows a reduction from 12.8 per cent in 2011-12. The contraction of revenue expenditure was part of fiscal consolidation undertaken as part of mid-year course correction, to contain the fiscal deficit. Grants for creation of Capital Assets Out of Revenue Expenditure stated above, grants for creation of capital assets were budgeted at ` 1,64,672 crore against which the actual expenditure was ` 1,15,704 crore, i.e. 70.3 per cent of the budgeted level. This shows decline of 12.7 per cent over the previous year level of ` 1,32,582 crore. The decline has to be seen in the context of fiscal consolidation measures which led to contraction of overall expenditure including revenue expenditure. Capital Expenditure The capital expenditure for 2012-13 was budgeted at ` 2,04,816 crore which reflected a growth of 29.2 per cent over 2011-12 actuals of ` 1,58,580 crore. The actual capital expenditure during the year was ` 1,67,159 crore, which at 81.6 per cent of the BE reflected a growth of 5.4 per cent over the previous year.

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Plan Expenditure The Plan Expenditure in 2012-13 was budgeted at ` 5,21,025 crore which was an increase of 26.4 per cent over plan expenditure of ` 4,12,375 crore in 2011-12. The actual plan expenditure during 2012-13 was ` 4,14,283 crore which is 79.5 per cent of the Budget Estimates and reflects a marginal growth over 2011-12 actuals. The shortfall in plan expenditure was part of the government drive to contain fiscal deficit. However, the reduction in plan spending has to be seen against the fact that plan estimates were optimistic, with increase of 26.4 per cent over last year. As the current year was the first year of the 12th plan period, many of the projects were at inception stage. While, resources were provided wherever required, it was mandated that unspent balance lying with the implementing agencies was utilized prior to further releases. This ensured that the implementation of programme was not impacted while avoiding unwarranted expenditure. Non Plan Expenditure Non plan Expenditure was estimated at ` 9,69,900 crore in Budget Estimates for 2012-13, which was 8.7 per cent higher than the actual non plan expenditure for 2011-12 at ` 8,91,990 crore. The actual non plan expenditure for 2012-13 was ` 9,95,139 crore which surpassed the budget estimates by 2.6 per cent, reflecting a growth of 11.6 per cent over the previous year. The non-plan expenditure as a percentage of GDP was 9.9 per cent and was flat when compared to 2011-12. The major components of Non Plan expenditure in 2012-13 were ` 3,11,996 crore of interest payments, ` 1,81,791 crore of defence expenditure, ` 69,306 crore of Pensions, ` 51,401 crore of grants to States and ` 2,47,958 crore of major subsidies. The major increase in Non-Plan Expenditure over budget estimates in 2012-13 arose from additional requirement on account of subsidies. In 2012-13 major subsidies viz. food, fertilizers and petroleum were budgeted at ` 1,79,554 crore; against which the actual expenditure was ` 2,47,958 crore, which is an excess

13 of ` 68,404 crore over the budget estimate. The increase on fertilizers subsidy was ` 4,735 crore, on food subsidy was ` 10,369 crore and on petroleum subsidy was ` 53,300 crore. The subsidy expenditure in 2012-13 witnessed 17.3 per cent increase over 2011-12. The elevated levels of international crude prices continued to put major pressure on subsidies. Mid-year review highlighted likely of ballooning fiscal deficit on account of subsidy. However, government undertook several measures to contain the fiscal deficit. On petroleum subsidy government announced gradual increase in diesel prices over extended period of 18 months; to link it to market prices by end of this period; and deregulate the prices thereafter. Moreover, bulk consumers were excluded from diesel subsidy. Similarly, the subsidy on LPG to consumers was limited to 9 cylinders per year. Since the petroleum prices have major inflationary affect, it was not possible to implement these measures with immediate effect and instead it was decided to progressively link the price of diesel to market over extended period. In the meanwhile, part of the rising prices had to be borne by the government. Therefore, government decided to limit other spending so as to absorb the additional subsidy burden within the budgeted level of the deficit.

Resources Transferred to State/UTs Against the BE of ` 5,21,294 crore for transfer to States/UTs, the actual resources transferred to States/UTs during 2012-13 were ` 4,74,155 crore constituting 91 per cent of BE 2012-13 and reflecting growth of 9.6 per cent over ` 4,32,568 crore transferred during the previous financial year. In terms of percentage of GDP, transfers to States/UTs have marginally decreased to 4.7 per cent of GDP in 2012-13 from 4.8 per cent level in the previous year. Out of this an amount of ` 4,68,364 crore has been transferred to States and ` 5,791 crore to UTs. Transfers to States includes States' share of tax collection at ` 2,91,547 crore in comparison to ` 2,55,414 crore in the previous year showing a growth of 14.2 per cent, Grants of ` 1,77,839 crore (previous year` 1,77,821 crore) and Loans (Net) ` 4,769 crore (previous year ` 667 crore).

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Deficits Fiscal deficit The Fiscal Deficit in 2012-13 was estimated at ` 5,13,590 crore at 5.1 per cent of GDP. However the actual fiscal deficit was contained to ` 4,89,890 crore, at 4.9 per cent of GDP. It is noteworthy that the reduction in fiscal deficit was achieved when there was actual increase of 38.1 per cent on the subsidies in Non-plan expenditure and there was shortfall in total revenue of 5.9 per cent. Government undertook several steps as part of mid-year course correction to contain the fiscal deficit in order to the macroeconomic situation. Revenue Deficit For the year 2012-13, Revenue Deficit was budgeted at ` 3,50,424 crore which was 3.4 per cent of GDP. Against this budget estimate, actual revenue deficit for the year 2012-13 was ` 3,63,459 crore which works out to 3.6 per cent of GDP. The Effective Revenue Deficit, which is the revenue deficit minus the grant for creation of capital assets, was budgeted at ` 1,85,752 crore in 2012-13 which was 1.8 per cent of the GDP. The actual Effective Revenue Deficit for the year 2012-13 is ` 2,47,755 crore, which works out to 2.5 per cent of GDP. Primary Deficit The primary deficit of Central Government for the year 2012-13 was budgeted at ` 1,93,831 crore which was 1.9 per cent of GDP against which the actual primary deficit of central Government for the year 2012-13 was ` 1,77,894 crore amounts to 1.8 per cent of GDP. Primary deficit in the year 2012-13 was lower by 26.7 per cent as compared to previous year 's figure of ` 2,42,840 crore.

15 Cash Management: The Government began the FY 2012-13 with an investment surplus of ` 50,000 crore and cash balance of ` 26,022 crore and ended the year with an investment of ` 50,000 crore and cash balance of ` 66,604 crore. Financing of Deficit The deficit of ` 4,89,890 crore on Consolidated Fund of India and deficit of ` 33,731 crore on Public Account (including cash balance and investment on surplus cash) was financed by raising Internal Debt (Net) of ` 5,19,867 crore, External debt (including Revolving Fund) of ` 3,754 crore. Financing of Deficit (` Crore) 2007-08 Fiscal Deficit Sources of Financing Market Loans Short-term Borrowings External assistance Secruties against small savings (e) State Provident Fund etc. (f) Other Receipts (g) Drawdown of cash balance (a) (b) (c) (d) 131768 27481 9315 -11302 3897 -7075 -27172 233630 99596 11015 -1302 8041 -66584 52596 398424 -9769 11038 13256 16056 -9136 -1387 325414 7759 23556 11233 12514 -13315 6430 436211 126866 12449 -10302 10804 -44048 -15990 467356 52511 3754 11805 9752 725 -56013 126912 2008-09 336992 2009-10 418482 2010-11 373591 2011-12 515990 2012-13 489890

The Internal Debt of the Government (excluding WMA, Central securities against Small Savings) increased by ` 5,25,319 crore from ` 3,022,439 crore at the beginning of the year to ` 35,47,758 crore at the end of the year. External Debt (including Revolving Fund), on the other hand, grew by ` 3,841 crore. Fresh external loans of ` 19,949 crore were contracted and at the same time past obligations to the tune of ` 16,108 crore were discharged. External debt at the end of the year was ` 1,73,929 crore (at historical value). The cumulative issuances of Government Securities during 2012-13 amounted to ` 5,58,000 crore constituting 97.9 per cent of the budgeted level compared with 122.3 per cent during 2011-12. Taking into account repayments of ` 90,644 crore, the net amount raised through dated securities amounted to ` 4,67,356 crore during 2012-13, constituting 97.6 per cent of BE compared with 127.2 per cent during 2011-12. The weighted average maturity of the issuances of dated securities in fiscal 2012-13 at 13.50 years was higher than that of 12.66 years for the fiscal 2011-12. The weighted average yield for dated securities issuances increased from 8.52 per cent in 2011-12 to 8.36 per cent in 2012-13 reflecting softening of interest rate due to policy measures during 2012-13. The gross amount raised through treasury bills (including 91, 182 and 364 days treasury bills) during 2012-13 amounted to ` 6,10,000 crore while total repayments amounted to ` 5,80,584 crore resulting in a net issuance of ` 29,416 crore.

Percent

16 Liabilities Due to efforts undertaken for fiscal consolidation during the FRBMA regime, the Central Government debt-GDP ratio (net of MSS and Investment from NSSF in State Securities which were not used for financing Central Government's deficit) has declined consistently from 55.2 per cent in 2003-04 to 44.3 per cent in 2007-08. However, due to the stimulus measures undertaken in 2008-09 and 2009-10, it has increased to 47.0 per cent in 2009-10. With the resumption of fiscal consolidation process, debt and liabilities as percentage of GDP has reduced significantly by the end of 2010-11 to 43.8 per cent of GDP. However, debt to GDP has again marginally increased to 45.0 per cent by the end of 2011-12(Prov.) and 44.9 per cent at the end of 2012-13. It is desirable to continue efforts for lowering the debt to GDP ratio in coming years to bring the liabilities to even more stable and sustainable proportion to GDP. Small Savings During the year 2012-13, net accretion under National Small Savings Fund has increased by `11,805 crore. The details of accretions under this fund are as under : (` crore) 2011-12 Opening Balance (as on 1st April) (a) Small Savings (b) Public Provident Fund (c) Investment in Securities (i) State Securities (ii) Central Securities (iii) Other Investments (d) Income & Expenditure of NSSF (e) Net accretion (a+b+d-c) Closing Balance (As on 31st March) Conclusion The fiscal performance of 2012-13 has to be seen against economic slowdown that was witnessed since mid 2011-12 and continued in this financial year. This resulted in slippage of fiscal targets in 2011-12 and there was wide-spread apprehension that current financial year would witness over-bludgeoning deficit. Against this backdrop government undertook mid-year policy review and adopted path of fiscal consolidation. As a pre-cursor, government appointed Kelkar committee to suggest path of fiscal consolidation. The committee examined prevailing macro-economic scenario and presented worst case scenario of above 6 per cent fiscal deficit in case immediate corrective measures are not taken. Government adopted path of fiscal consolidation with immediate effect, by declaring that the revised fiscal deficit target would be 5.2 per cent, marginal increase from the budgeted figure of 5.1. Further, government announced its decision to reduce the deficit progressively by 0.5 to 0.6 percentages to achieve the target of 3 per cent in 2016-17. This was followed up by drive to mop-up revenues on one side and containment of expenditure on the other. As a result of this exercise within short period of 5 months government bettered its own target with achievement of 4.9 per cent fiscal deficit. This is especially creditable when perceived against the threat of over 6 per cent scenario looming large during the mid-year review. Most of the fiscal -8,786 -10,302 -3,104 -19,078 7,533 -55 -1,302 - 13,765 11,805 19,338 -11,545 -21,781 24,875 2012-13 (provisional) 7,533 -7,358 31,571

17 consolidation was taken up by bringing in strict financial norms for expenditure. It was insisted that Utilization certificates should be provided by implementing agencies before drawing further funds. Similarly, agencies which were holding on huge amount of un-spent balance were requested to utilize available funds before availing further funds. Government steps for fiscal consolidation were aimed at improving the prevailing macroeconomic condition. Containment of fiscal deficit provided the much needed space for monetary policy to reduce interest rates thereby improving the investment scenario in the country. Review of trends in receipts and expenditure of Railways during 2012-13 The Railways receipts comprise mainly of traffic earnings from passenger, other coaching services, freight services, and sundry other earnings. The traffic earnings comprise of 69 per cent from freight and 25 per cent from passenger segment. Balance 6 per cent is from other coaching and Sundry other earnings. Railways budgeted to carry 1025 Million Tonnes (MT) of freight traffic in 2012-13 (BE) as against 969.05 MT carried previous year representing a growth of 5.8 per cent. Against this, the Railway could carry 1006.55 MT of freight traffic during 2012-13. The incremental loading in 2012-13 worked out to 37.5 MT, which led to total loading close to the Revised Estimates target of 1007 MT for the year. The target for passengers budgeted to be carried in 2012-13 was 8740.79 million as against 8224.38 million carried the previous year i.e. an increase of 6.3 per cent. The Railways carried 8501.30 million passengers in 2012-13 which though less than the RE target of 8640 million is 3.4 per cent more than the previous year. The total traffic earnings was budgeted at ` 1,32,552 crore in BE 2012-13 i.e. a growth of 27.3 per cent over P.Y. The BE target of earnings from passenger at ` 36,073 crore, freight at ` 89,339 crore, other coaching at ` 2,994 crore and Sundry other earnings at ` 4,096 crore provided a growth of 27.7 per cent, 28.5 per cent, 10.2 per cent and 12.4 per cent over previous year, respectively. The revenue expenditure on Railways consists mainly of Ordinary Working Expenses (OWE), appropriation to Pension Fund and Depreciation Reserve Fund (DRF). The OWE was budgeted at ` 84,400 crore in BE 2012-13 representing an increase of 13.2 per cent over ` 74,537 crore incurred during P.Y. The appropriation to Pension Fund and DRF was kept at ` 18,500 crore and ` 9,500 crore respectively in BE 2012-13. The Railways budgeted for an operating ratio of 84.9 per cent in 2012-13. Financial Results for 2012-13 BE 2012-13 Provl. 2012-13 Actuals 2011-12 2012-13 Actuals as a % age of BE (5) 86.83 102.00 95.43 104.02 93.51 99.54 Growth in 2012-13 over 2011-12 (in %) (6) 10.89 12.40 22.60 16.96 18.96 12.71

(1) Passenger Other Coaching Goods Sundries Total OWE

(2) 36073 2994 89339 4096 132502 84400

(3) 31323 3054 85260 4261 123898 84012

(4) 28246 2717 69548 3643 104154 74537

18 The earnings at ` 1,23,898 crore yielded a growth of 18.96 per cent over previous year, less than the budgeted expectations of 27.22 per cent. The shortfall in growth occurred in passenger and goods earnings. Overall, the earnings fell short of the BE targets by ` 8,604 crore. The shortfall in passenger earnings was mainly on account of roll back of fare rationalisation in lower classes proposed in the budget. The trend of shortfall in traffic earnings was, however, noticed during the year and the same were scaled down to ` 1,25,635 crore in the Revised Estimates. Thus, the actual traffic earnings were lower than the RE by ` 1,737 crore. The OWE was maintained at ` 84,400 crore in RE 2012-13 despite the rise in cost of HSD. The actual OWE has been booked at ` 84,012 crore with a savings of ` 388 crore representing an increase of 12.7 per cent over previous year. The operating ratio worked out to 90.1 per cent in the actuals as against the budgeted operating ratio of 84.9 per cent and the revised operating ratio of 88.8 per cent. Plan Expenditure The plan outlay of Railways was budgeted at ` 60,100 crore in BE 2012-13 as against ` 45,041 crore of the P.Y., representing an increase of 33.43 per cent. Segment-wise the budgeted plan outlay for 2012-13 comprised ` 24,000 crore of Budgetary Support, ` 18,050 crore of Internal Resources, ` 2,000 crore of Railway Safety Fund funded through Diesel Cess and ` 16,050 crore of Extra Budgetary Resources (EBR). Due to reduction in internal resource generation during the year, the plan expenditure was regulated and the actual plan(Provl.) expenditure incurred during the year worked out ` 50490 crore consisting of ` 24,481 crore of Budgetary Support, ` 9,531 crore of Internal Resources, ` 1,578 crore of Railway Safety Fund from Diesel Cess and ` 14,900 crore of EBR. The reduction in plan expenditure during the period was effected to adhere to the fiscal discipline as far as possible.

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Annex I ACCOUNTS AT A GLANCE (` crore)
Particulars B.E. 2012-13 R.E 2012-13 Provisional 2012-13 Actual 2011-12 2012-13 actuals as a %age of B.E. 2012-13 actuals as a %age of R.E Growth in 2012-13 over 2010-11 (in %)

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

Revenue Receipts Tax Revenue (Net) Non-Tax Revenue Capital Receipts (5+6+7) Non Debt Capital Receipts Recovery of Loans Other Receipts Borrowings and other liabilities Total Receipts (1+4) Non-Plan Expenditure On Revenue Account of which Interest Payments On Capital Account Plan Expenditure On Revenue Account On Capital Account Total Expenditure (9+13) Revenue Expenditure (10+14) Of which Grants for creation of Capital Assets Capital Expenditure (12+15) Revenue Deficit (17-1) Effective Revenue Deficit (20-18) Fiscal Deficit {16 ­ (1+5+6)} Primary Deficit (22 ­ 11)

935685 771071 164614 555240 41650 11650 30000

871828 742115 129713 558998 38073 14073 24000

878804 741062 137742 530618 40728 14838 25890

751437 629765 121672 552928 36938 18850 18088 515990 1304365 891990 812049 273150 79941 412376 333737 78639 1304366 1145786 132582 158580 394349 261767 515991 242841

93.9 96.1 83.7 95.6 97.8 127.4 86.3 95.4 94.5 102.6 105.5 97.6 78.8 79.5 78.3 84.5 94.5 96.6 70.3 81.6 103.7 133.4 95.4 91.8

100.8 99.9 106.2 94.9 107.0 105.4 107.9 94.0 98.5 99.4 99.3 98.5 100.4 96.5 95.9 99.0 98.5 98.4 93.1 99.6 92.9 92.8 94.0 87.1

16.9 17.7 13.2 -4.0 10.3 -21.3 43.1 -5.1 8.1 11.6 12.4 14.2 2.9 0.5 -1.3 8.0 8.1 8.4 -12.7 5.4 -7.8 -5.4 -5.1 -26.7

513590 520925 489890 1490925 1430826 1409422 969900 1001638 995139 865596 919699 912899 319759 104304 521025 420513 100512 316674 81939 429187 343373 85814 311996 82240 414283 329364 84919

1490925 1430825 1409422 1286109 1263072 1242263 164672 204816 350424 185752 513590 193831 124275 167753 391244 266969 520924 204250 115704 167159 363459 247755 489890 177894

Notes: The figures are net as in Budget.

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Annex II TAX REVENUE (` crore)
2012-13 Prov. as % age of
DESCRIPTION (1)
1 Corporation Tax

2011-12 Actuals as % age of
BE (6)
359990.00

BE (2)
373227.00

RE (3)
358874.00

PROV. (4)
356325.80

BE (5)
95%

RE (7)
327680.00

ACTUALS (8)
322816.17

BE (9)
90%

2

Taxes on Income (a) Taxes on Income other than Corporation Tax (b) Fringe Benefit Tax (c) Securities Transaction Tax (d) Banking Cash Transaction Tax

195786.00

206095.00

201796.16

103%

172026.00

171879.00

170315.71

99%

189866.00 0.00 5920.00 0.00

199930.00 0.00 6165.00 0.00

196843.61 -44.32 4996.86 0.01

104%

164526.00 0.00

166679.00 0.00 5200.00 0.00

164484.85 100% 174.51 5656.26 0.09 75%

84%

7500.00 0.00

3

Wealth Tax

1244.00

866.00

844.10

68%

635.00

1092.00

786.67 124%

4

Customs

186694.00

164853.00

165818.34

89%

151700.00

153000.00

149327.50

98%

5

Union Excise Duties

194350.34

171996.09

175872.73

90%

164115.66

150695.59

144900.97

88%

6

Service Tax

124000.00

132697.00

132518.47

107%

82000.00

95000.00

97508.92 119%

7

Other taxes (a) Direct Taxes (b) Indirect Taxes GROSS TAX REVENUE Of which netted against expenditure (Surcharge for financing National Calamity Contigency Fund) Balance Gross Tax Revenue Less Assignment to States

2310.45

2655.52

3543.14 23.29 3519.85

153%

1973.22

2317.01

3520.61 178% 28.39 3492.22

1077611.79 1038036.61 1036718.74

96%

932439.88

901663.60

889176.55

95%

4620.00

4375.00

4109.92

89% 96% 97%

4525.00 927914.88 263457.74

3998.00 897665.60 255413.63

3997.92 885178.63 255413.63

88% 95% 97%

1072991.79 1033661.61 1032608.82 301920.76 291546.62 291546.61

NET TAX REVENUE

771071.03

742114.99

741062.21

96%

664457.14

642251.97

629765.00

95%

21

Annex III NON-TAX REVENUE (` crore)
2012-13 Prov. as % age of
DESCRIPTION (1)
A. Interest receipts Less - i) Receipts incidential to Market Borrowing taken in reduction of cost of borrowing ii) Waiver of Interest Net Interest Receipts 5010.00 990.00 19230.68 17323.33 1084.03 16594.87 16914.97 1084.03 20872.42 337.6% 109.5% 108.5% 4344.11 5900.00 19577.78 8616.90 5945.72 20124.59 13832.22 318.4% 5946.12 100.8% 20252.31 103.4%

2011-12 Actuals as % age of
BE (6)
29821.89

BE (2)
25230.68

RE (3)
35002.23

PROV. (4)
38871.42

BE (5)
154.1%

RE (7)
34687.21

ACTUALS (8)

BE (9)

40030.65 134.2%

B.

Dividends and Profits

50152.55

55442.84

53760.84

107.2%

42623.68

50122.03

50608.10 118.7%

C.

Non-Tax Revenue of U.T.s

1135.78

1123.09

1101.69

97.0%

1169.35

1104.94

1014.53

86.8%

D.

Other Non-Tax Revenue

Fiscal Services

119.32

87.61

786.43

659.1%

127.82

129.42

129.38 101.2%

Other General Services Less: Other Receipts utilised to write-off loans etc. Net - Other General Services

22988.94

24036.37

20594.90

89.6%

22001.31

24753.56

16795.80

76.3%

1106.60 21882.34

1325.35 22711.02

10.88 20584.02

1.0% 94.1%

1506.95 20494.36

3572.01 21181.55

17.01 16778.79

1.1% 81.9%

Social Services

1371.55

1147.42

4760.32

347.1%

2353.90

2551.76

948.04

40.3%

Economic Services Less - (I) Other Receipts utilised to write-off loans Net Economic Services Grants-in-Aid and Contributions

91147.49

54758.53

57442.31

63.0%

57606.69

48914.22

51128.50

88.8%

3.00 91144.49 2887.20

4.75 54753.78 2761.62

5.87 57436.44 2362.80 63.0% 81.8%

0.00 57606.69 2172.96

17.34 48896.88 3476.59

19.32 51109.18 88.7%

2962.34 136.3%

Total Other Non-Tax Revenue

117404.90

81461.45

85930.01

73.2%

82755.73

76236.20

71927.73

86.9%

Less : Commercial Departments

23310.30

24909.69

23923.02

102.6%

20691.42

22850.50

22130.53 107.0%

Net Other Non-Tax Revenue

94094.60

56551.76

62006.99

65.9%

62064.31

53385.70

49797.20

80.2%

Net Non-Tax Revenue (A+B+C+D)

164613.61

129712.56

137741.94

83.7%

125435.12

124737.26 121672.14

97.0%

22

Annex IV CAPITAL RECEIPTS (` crore)
2012-13 Prov. as % age of
DESCRIPTION (1)
1 (a) Market Loans including Short term borrowings (b) Receipt under MSS (Net) (c) Treasury Bills(14 days) 2 3 Securities against Small Savings (i) External Loans Gross Borrowings Less Repayments Net Borrowings (ii) Revolving Fund Non-Debt Capital Receipts (4&5) 4 Recoveries of Loans and Advances Gross Recoveries Less Write off of loans/Realisaton of stressed assets,Reduction of expenditure(FCI) and Loans to Govt. Servants etc. Net Recoveries of Loans & Advances 5 Miscellaneous Capital Receipts (i) Disinvestment of Govt.'s Equity Holdings (ii) Issue of Bonus Shares (iii) Other Misc. Receipts 6 (a) (b) (c) 7 8 9 10 11 National Small Savings Fund Small Savings,Public Provident Funds Investment in Securities Income & Expenditure of NSSF State Provident Funds Public Accounts (other than SPF& NSSF ) Other Internal Debt Receipts Ways & Means Advances Investment (-)/disinvestment(+) of Surplus Cash 12 Decrease in Cash Balance (Including difference between RBI & A/C) 13 Cash held under MSS TOTAL -20000.00 555240.65 0.00 558997.69 0.00 530618.17 0% -20000.00 467836.57 0.00 551730.48 0.00 553206.69 0% 118% 0.00 0.00 0.00 -5150.25 0.00 -48183.86 0.00 20000.00 0.00 -24664.20 0.00 -15990.10 30000.00 0.00 0.00 5005.48 0.00 12122.24 -7116.76 12000.00 313.57 -3074.32 0.00 24000.00 0.00 0.00 -7906.58 15765.40 -8383.76 -15288.22 10000.00 1136.45 -1124.43 0.00 25889.80 0.00 0.00 11805.51 24212.38 1357.94 -13764.81 9752.02 -7104.79 -6430.83 0.00 11% 193% 81% -2266% 209% 236% 86% 40000.00 0.00 0.00 94.21 65000.00 -58350.00 -6555.79 10000.00 -9783.58 -4176.52 0.00 15492.89 0.00 0.00 6202.25 -6000.00 18434.94 -6232.69 10000.00 -13556.16 -8508.29 0.00 18087.63 0.00 0.00 19078.41 20251% 3093.95 19088.32 -3103.86 10804.43 -63260.88 411.77 0.00 5% -33% 47% 108% 647% -10% 45% 11445.00 11650.20 30000.00 22994.60 14072.93 24000.00 11267.41 14838.42 25889.80 98% 127% 86% 11490.00 15020.00 40000.00 13745.00 14258.00 15492.89 20055.99 18850.32 18087.63 175% 126% 45% 23095.20 37067.53 26105.83 113% 26510.00 28003.00 38906.31 147% 26047.94 15899.74 10148.20 18490.86 16276.46 2214.40 19948.57 16107.59 3840.98 -86.96 77% 101% 38% 26820.13 12320.13 14500.00 24176.74 13865.68 10311.06 26034.40 13585.88 12448.52 1.65 97% 110% 86% 488000.00 20000.00 0.00 1197.52 513129.65 0.00 0.00 8625.52 507020.39 0.00 20579.97 -1302.48 -109% 104% 0% 358000.00 20000.00 0.00 24182.46 578742.78 568377.38 0.00 -26245.37 -10302.48 0.00 -5299.96 -10302.48 -43% 159% 0%

2011-12 Actuals as % age of
BE (6) RE (7) ACTUALS (8) BE (9)

BE (2)

RE (3)

PROV. (4)

BE (5)

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Annex V PLAN EXPENDITURE (` crore)
2012-13 Prov. as % age of
BE (3)
25338.00

2011-12 Actuals as % age of
BE (7)
21522.87 17122.87

GRANT

MINISTRY /

NO. (1)

DEPARTMENT (2)

RE (4)
22187.32 17867.32

PROV. (5)
21833.57 17656.18

BE (6)
86% 87%

RE (8)
20721.57 16515.05

ACTUALS (9)
20326.55 16523.57

BE (10)
94% 97%

MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE 1 2

Department of Agriculture and Cooperation 20208.00 Department of Agricultural Research and Education 3220.00

2520.00

2461.44

76%

2800.00

2850.00

2572.97

92%

3

Department of Animal Husbandry , Dairying and Fisheries DEPARTMENT OF ATOMIC ENERGY 1910.00 5600.00 4601.73 998.27 1800.00 3175.00 2600.00 575.00 1715.95 3111.63 2539.75 571.88 90% 56% 55% 57% 1600.00 5600.00 3991.00 1609.00 1356.52 4615.00 3190.00 1425.00 1230.01 4289.84 2911.81 1378.03 77% 77% 73% 86%

4 5

Atomic Energy Nuclear Power Schemes MINISTRY OF CHEMICALS AND FERTILISERS

2201.00

1732.00

1667.18

76%

1200.00

1232.78

1189.78

99%

6

Department of Chemicals and Petro-Chemicals 1757.00 256.00 188.00 4500.00 4500.00 450.00 450.00 1637.00 10.00 85.00 6200.00 6200.00 416.00 416.00 1606.56 9.40 51.22 6078.16 6078.16 390.76 390.76 91% 4% 27% 135% 135% 87% 87% 800.00 225.00 175.00 1700.00 1700.00 420.00 420.00 930.00 225.00 77.78 1500.00 1500.00 365.00 365.00 927.15 222.30 40.33 1357.43 1357.43 327.57 327.57 116% 99% 23% 80% 80% 78% 78%

7 8

Department of Fertilisers Department of Pharmaceuticals MINISTRY OF CIVIL AVIATION

9

Ministry of Civil Aviation MINISTRY OF COAL

10

Ministry of Coal MINISTRY OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY

3465.00 2100.00

3000.00 1800.00 1200.00

2931.15 1764.37 1166.78

85% 84% 85%

3300.00 2000.00 1300.00

2973.00 1866.00 1107.00

2840.97 1794.86 1046.11

86% 90% 80%

11 12

Department of Commerce

Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion 1365.00 MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 8600.00 800.00 4800.00 3000.00

4693.00 300.00 2393.00 2000.00

4285.02 222.90 2412.15 1649.97

50% 28% 50% 55%

7218.00 800.00 3418.00 3000.00

4554.48 350.00 1950.48 2254.00

4207.90 295.54 1891.42 2020.94

58% 37% 55% 67%

13 14 15

Department of Posts Department of Telecommunications Department of Information Technology MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS, FOOD AND PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION

367.00 241.00 126.00

235.00 150.00 85.00

209.79 126.40 83.39

57% 52% 66%

345.00 225.00 120.00

278.48 185.00 93.48

263.94 172.78 91.16

77% 77% 76%

16 17

Department of Consumer Affairs Department of Food and Public Distibution

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(1) (2)
MINISTRY OF CORPORATE AFFAIRS 18 Ministry of Corporate Affairs MINISTRY OF CULTURE 19 Ministry of Culture MINISTRY OF DEVELOPMENT OF NORTH EASTERN REGION 28 Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region MINISTRY OF EARTH SCIENCES 29 Ministry of Earth Sciences MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTS 30 Ministry of Environment and Forests MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS 31 Ministry of External Affairs MINISTRY OF FINANCE 32 33 35 38 Department of Economic Affairs Department of Financial Services Transfers to State and UT Governments Department of Expenditure MINISTRY OF FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRIES 45 Ministry of Food Processing Industries MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE 46 47 Department of Health and Family Welfare Department of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy,Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (AYUSH) 48 49 Department of Health Research Department of Aids Control MINISTRY OF HEAVY INDUSTRIES AND PUBLIC ENTERPRISES 50 51 Department of Heavy Industry Department of Public Enterprises MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS 52 54 55 Ministry of Home Affairs Police Other Expenditure of the Ministry of Home Affairs 56 Transfers to UT Govts. 315.00 1640.89 150.00 1399.63 148.54 1270.06 47% 77% 328.00 1562.29 165.00 977.31 99.35 920.48 30% 59% 566.00 553.00 13.00 12140.89 2139.01 8045.99 416.66 406.66 10.00 8227.63 1478.00 5200.00 410.20 404.03 6.17 7293.51 870.98 5003.93 72% 73% 47% 60% 41% 62% 410.00 399.00 11.00 11562.29 3237.00 6435.00 406.96 396.80 10.16 7128.86 1537.00 4449.55 366.02 357.04 8.98 6839.83 1504.62 4315.38 89% 89% 82% 59% 46% 67% 990.00 660.00 1700.00 670.00 464.00 1759.56 580.61 460.31 1316.07 59% 70% 77% 900.00 600.00 1700.00 650.00 588.26 1500.00 611.47 564.50 1313.86 68% 94% 77% 30477.00 27127.00 24893.56 22000.00 23264.94 20907.95 76% 77% 26760.00 23560.00 24315.26 21577.00 23159.19 20669.36 87% 88% 660.00 660.00 660.00 660.00 651.70 651.70 99% 99% 600.00 600.00 550.00 550.00 515.07 515.07 86% 86% 2430.00 2430.00 1500.00 1500.00 119675.00 4040.00 16088.00 99543.00 4.00 1800.00 1800.00 1620.00 1620.00 103357.88 3160.00 14652.00 85543.00 2.88 1624.15 1624.15 1614.01 1614.01 100730.20 3180.00 14652.00 82895.32 2.88 67% 67% 108% 108% 84% 79% 91% 83% 72% 2300.00 2300.00 800.00 800.00 90636.61 2040.00 7850.00 80741.61 5.00 1902.00 1902.00 1125.00 1125.00 97871.11 2926.02 14200.00 80741.61 3.48 1822.63 1822.63 1103.77 1103.77 97502.72 2926.02 14497.43 80075.79 3.48 79% 79% 138% 138% 108% 143% 185% 99% 70% 1905.00 1281.00 1281.00 1727.08 820.00 820.00 1643.08 810.69 810.69 86% 63% 63% 1741.00 1220.00 1220.00 1641.00 855.00 855.00 1626.69 818.72 818.72 93% 67% 67% 1905.00 1727.08 1643.08 86% 1741.00 1641.00 1626.69 93%

(3)
32.00 32.00 864.00 864.00

(4)
28.00 28.00 864.00 864.00

(5)
24.43 24.43 802.91 802.91

(6)
76% 76% 93% 93%

(7)
28.00 28.00 785.00 785.00

(8)
28.00 28.00 805.00 805.00

(9)
27.99 27.99 748.41 748.41

(10)
100% 100% 95% 95%

25
(1) (2)
MINISTRY OF HOUSING AND URBAN POVERTY ALLEVIATION 57 Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT 58 Department of School Education and Literacy 59 Department of Higher Education MINISTRY OF INFORMATION AND ` BROADCASTING 60 Ministry of Information and Broadcasting MINISTRY OF LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT 61 Ministry of Labour and Employment Gross Less : Recoveries Net MINISTRY OF LAW AND JUSTICE 63 Law and Justice MINISTRY OF MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISE 65 Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises MINISTRY OF MINES 66 Ministry of Mines MINISTRY OF MINORITY AFFAIRS 67 Ministry of Minority Affairs MINISTRY OF NEW AND RENEWABLE ENERGY 68 Ministry of New and Renewable Energy MINISTRY OF PANCHAYATI RAJ 70 Ministry of Panchayati Raj MINISTRY OF PERSONNEL, PUBLIC GRIEVANCES & PENSIONS 72 Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions MINISTRY OF PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS 73 Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas 43.00 43.00 10.00 10.00 0.00 0.00 0% 0% 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 0.00 0.00 0% 0% 279.00 167.43 149.11 53% 260.00 183.12 161.07 62% 279.00 167.43 149.11 53% 260.00 183.12 161.07 62% 1383.00 1383.00 5350.00 5350.00 1150.00 1150.00 4000.00 4000.00 1068.48 1068.48 3936.73 3936.73 77% 77% 74% 74% 1198.00 1198.00 5250.00 5250.00 1198.00 1198.00 3913.76 3913.76 1183.79 1183.79 4107.05 4107.05 99% 99% 78% 78% 2835.00 232.00 232.00 3135.00 3135.00 2541.95 321.59 321.59 2200.00 2200.00 2037.86 305.15 305.15 2157.98 2157.98 72% 132% 132% 69% 69% 2700.00 214.00 214.00 2850.00 2850.00 2457.00 375.36 375.36 2750.00 2750.00 1938.80 368.37 368.37 2283.16 2283.16 72% 172% 172% 80% 80% 2835.00 2541.95 2037.86 72% 2700.00 2457.00 1938.80 72% 2522.44 118.56 2403.88 1050.00 1050.00 2118.56 118.56 2000.00 825.00 825.00 1703.01 0.00 1703.01 787.44 787.44 68% 0% 71% 75% 75% 1988.25 740.00 1248.25 1000.00 1000.00 2208.19 1005.53 1202.66 772.00 772.00 1454.75 0.00 1454.75 675.80 675.80 73% 0% 117% 68% 68% 2403.88 2000.00 1703.01 71% 1248.25 1202.66 1454.75 117% 905.00 905.00 676.00 676.00 611.98 611.98 68% 68% 861.00 861.00 786.72 786.72 755.59 755.59 88% 88% 45969.00 15438.00 42729.00 13479.00 42821.35 12703.23 93% 82% 38957.00 13100.00 38957.00 12812.00 38079.55 12575.35 98% 96% 61407.00 56208.00 55524.58 90% 52057.00 51769.00 50654.90 97% 1155.00 950.00 926.74 80% 1100.00 1000.00 950.43 86% 1155.00 950.00 926.74 80% 1100.00 1000.00 950.43 86%

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

26
(1) (2)
MINISTRY OF PLANNING 74 Ministry of Planning MINISTRY OF POWER 75 Ministry of Power MINISTRY OF ROAD TRANSPORT AND HIGHWAYS 81 Ministry of Road Transport and Highways MINISTRY OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT 82 83 84 Department of Rural Development Department of Land Resources Department of Drinking Water Supply MINISTRY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 85 86 Department of Science and Technology Department of Scientific and Industrial Research 87 Department of Bio-Technology MINISTRY OF SHIPPING 88 Ministry of Shipping MINISTRY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE & EMPOWERMENT 89 Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment DEPARTMENT OF SPACE 90 Department of Space MINISTRY OF STATISTICS AND PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION 91 Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation MINISTRY OF STEEL 92 Ministry of Steel MINISTRY OF TEXTILES 93 Ministry of Textiles MINISTRY OF TOURISM 94 Ministry of Tourism MINISTRY OF TRIBAL AFFAIRS 95 Ministry of Tribal Affairs U.T.s WITHOUT LEGISLATURE 96 Andaman & Nicobar Islands 4586.00 46.00 46.00 7000.00 7000.00 1210.00 1210.00 4090.00 4090.00 4015.20 1701.43 4436.00 26.49 26.49 4500.00 4500.00 950.00 950.00 3100.00 3100.00 3362.76 1503.06 4095.73 23.28 23.28 3619.11 3619.11 768.61 768.61 3056.68 3056.68 3333.52 1484.10 89% 51% 51% 52% 52% 64% 64% 75% 75% 83% 87% 2180.00 40.00 40.00 5000.00 5000.00 1100.00 1100.00 3723.01 3723.01 3140.22 1430.45 3408.00 30.00 30.00 5503.30 5503.30 1050.00 1050.00 3723.01 3723.01 3027.77 1318.00 2769.95 9.63 9.63 4207.80 4207.80 1050.77 1050.77 3610.21 3610.21 2966.63 1290.87 127% 24% 24% 84% 84% 96% 96% 97% 97% 94% 90% 4586.00 4436.00 4095.73 89% 2180.00 3408.00 2769.95 127% 5915.00 5915.00 5615.00 5615.00 5012.00 5012.00 3800.00 3800.00 4848.61 4848.61 3783.23 3783.23 82% 82% 67% 67% 5375.00 5375.00 5700.00 5700.00 5123.00 5123.00 3432.00 3432.00 4944.95 4944.95 2785.08 2785.08 92% 92% 49% 49% 2013.00 1485.00 812.00 812.00 1555.00 1300.00 502.00 502.00 1544.84 1267.85 495.15 495.15 77% 85% 61% 61% 1930.00 1400.00 743.00 743.00 1830.00 1350.00 447.20 447.20 1828.59 1182.40 330.76 330.76 95% 84% 45% 45% 5975.00 2477.00 5030.00 2175.00 4951.00 2138.31 83% 86% 5679.00 2349.00 5432.00 2252.00 5178.17 2167.18 91% 92% 90376.00 73175.00 3201.00 14000.00 68000.00 52000.00 3000.00 13000.00 66203.15 50142.69 2986.40 13074.06 73% 69% 93% 93% 87800.00 74100.00 2700.00 11000.00 79563.54 67138.54 2425.00 10000.00 76630.71 64218.99 2418.84 9992.88 87% 87% 90% 91% 25359.91 25359.91 18292.72 18292.72 18506.94 18506.94 73% 73% 22247.75 22247.75 22366.76 22366.76 21939.33 21939.33 99% 99%

(3)
2100.00 2100.00 9642.00 9642.00

(4)
1542.00 1542.00 4708.00 4708.00

(5)
1406.27 1406.27 2327.23 2327.23

(6)
67% 67% 24% 24%

(7)
1600.00 1600.00 9642.00 9642.00

(8)
1330.00 1330.00 6051.00 6051.00

(9)
1257.81 1257.81 4625.39 4625.39

(10)
79% 79% 48% 48%

27
(1)
97 98 99

(2)
Chandigarh Dadra & Nagar Haveli Daman & Diu

(3)
737.23 607.68 568.25 400.61

(4)
620.00 564.70 425.00 250.00 5837.37 5644.16 193.21 650.00 650.00

(5)
615.65 564.35 424.88 244.54 5790.16 5619.77 170.39 512.96 512.96

(6)
84% 93% 75% 61% 83% 83% 74% 34% 34%

(7)
661.89 334.14 324.95 388.79 6279.75 6068.76 210.99 720.00 720.00

(8)
661.89 334.14 324.95 388.79 6196.45 6027.96 168.49 620.00 620.00

(9)
632.77 333.50 326.46 383.03 6151.89 6006.97 144.92 575.52 575.52

(10)
96% 100% 100% 99% 98% 99% 69% 80% 80%

100 Lakshadweep

MINISTRY OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT 7012.12 101 Department of Urban Development 102 Public Works MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES 104 Ministry of Water Resources MINISTRY OF WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT 18500.00 6783.25 228.87 1500.00 1500.00

17180.00 17180.00

16953.05 16953.05

92% 92%

12650.00 12650.00

16100.00 16100.00

15592.24 15592.24

123% 123%

105 Ministry of Women and Child Development 18500.00 MINISTRY OF YOUTH AFFAIRS & SPORTS 106 Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports RAILWAYS Ministry of Railways GRAND TOTAL 1041.00 1041.00 24000.00 24000.00 521025.00

889.60 889.60 24265.00 24265.00 429187.04

757.70 757.70 24265.00 24265.00 414283.52

73% 73% 101% 101% 80%

1000.00 1000.00 20000.00 20000.00 441546.75

884.00 884.00 23000.00 23000.00

866.23 866.23 23013.44 23013.44

87% 87% 115% 115% 93%

426604.15 412375.24

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Annex VI NON-PLAN EXPENDITURE

(` crore)
GRANT NO. MINISTRY/ DEPARTMENT (1)
MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE 1 2 3 Department of Agriculture and Cooperation Department of Agricultural Research and Education Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries DEPARTMENT OF ATOMIC ENERGY 4 5 Atomic Energy Nuclear Power Schemes MINISTRY OF CHEMICALS AND FERTILISERS 6 7 8 Department of Chemicals and Petro-Chemicals Department of Fertilisers Department of Pharmaceuticals MINISTRY OF CIVIL AVIATION 9 Ministry of Civil Aviation MINISTRY OF COAL 10 Ministry of Coal MINISTRY OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY 11 Department of Commerce Promotion MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 13 Department of Posts 14 Department of Telecommunications 15 Department of Information Technology MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS, FOOD AND PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION 16 Department of Consumer Affairs 17 Department of Food & Public Distribution MINISTRY OF CORPORATE AFFAIRS 18 Ministry of Corporate Affairs MINISTRY OF CULTURE 19 Ministry of Culture 76502.45 361.29 76141.16 213.50 213.50 583.00 583.00 86472.46 331.30 86141.16 201.22 201.22 586.15 586.15 86466.61 330.19 86136.42 181.36 181.36 584.49 584.49 113% 91% 113% 85% 85% 100% 100% 61841.57 355.56 61486.01 210.94 210.94 553.00 553.00 74020.67 306.31 73714.36 210.94 210.94 573.00 573.00 74013.51 304.56 73708.95 199.97 199.97 560.69 560.69 120% 86% 120% 95% 95% 101% 101% 11082.16 5737.12 5294.04 51.00 11579.89 5843.06 5688.88 47.95 11624.97 5348.23 6234.07 42.67 105% 93% 118% 84% 9332.06 5027.67 4255.78 48.61 10464.32 5583.11 4832.61 48.60 10876.89 5720.61 5112.79 43.49 117% 114% 120% 89% 12 Department of Industrial Policy and 202.25 199.26 197.22 98% 189.00 192.74 188.30 100% 3125.25 2923.00 3107.26 2908.00 3079.39 2882.17 99% 99% 4700.58 4511.58 2792.74 2600.00 2837.04 2648.74 60% 59% 45.62 61000.00 43.09 738.80 738.80 48.35 48.35 110.22 66000.00 36.79 1008.72 1008.72 46.03 46.03 75.82 65628.87 36.13 991.15 991.15 44.30 44.30 166% 108% 84% 134% 134% 92% 92% 22.00 50020.00 38.00 693.88 693.88 48.72 48.72 432.42 68000.00 38.30 764.86 764.86 47.20 47.20 339.04 70746.89 37.46 682.46 682.46 45.60 45.60 1541% 141% 99% 98% 98% 94% 94% 61088.71 66147.01 65740.82 108% 50080.00 68470.72 71123.39 142% 99.37 3632.00 3049.00 583.00 78.20 3653.59 3043.58 610.01 75.72 4359.67 3777.54 582.13 76% 120% 124% 100% 96.25 3752.46 3611.41 141.05 105.33 3933.82 3534.00 399.82 103.07 4014.21 3659.14 355.07 107% 107% 101% 252% 2172.00 2100.00 2048.31 94% 2157.60 2157.60 2156.34 100%

BE

2012-2013 RE PROV.

Prov. as % age of BE (5)
93% 93%

BE

RE

2011-12 ACTUALS Actuals as %age of BE (8)
2454.36 194.95

(2)
2593.59 322.22

(3)
2484.82 306.62

(4)
2422.14 298.11

(6)
2653.85 400.00

(7)
2573.19 310.26

(9)
92% 49%

29
(1)
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE 20 Ministry of Defence 21 Defence Pensions DEFENCE SERVICES 22 Defence Services-Army 23 Defence Services-Navy 24 Defence Services-Air Force 25 Defence Ordnance Factories 27 Capital Outlay on Defence Services MINISTRY OF DEVELOPMENT OF NORTH EASTERN REGION 28 Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region MINISTRY OF EARTH SCIENCES 29 Ministry of Earth Sciences MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTS 30 Ministry of Environment and Forests MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS 31 Ministry of External Affairs MINISTRY OF FINANCE 32 Department of Economic Affairs 33 Department of Financial Services 34 Interest Payments 35 Transfers to State and UT Governments 36 Loans to Govt. Servants etc. 37 Repayment of Debt 38 Department of Expenditure 39 Pensions 40 Indian Audit and Accounts Department 41 Department of Revenue 42 Direct Taxes 43 Indirect Taxes 44 Department of Disinvestment MINISTRY OF FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRIES 45 Ministry of Food Processing Industries MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE 46 Department of Health and Family Welfare 47 Department of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (Ayush) 48 Department of Health Research 188.00 248.00 191.00 261.00 134.77 260.13 72% 105% 188.00 171.00 178.80 182.00 171.71 181.93 91% 106% 4011.00 3575.00 4379.00 3927.00 4619.04 4224.14 115% 118% 3696.00 3337.00 4037.80 3677.00 4039.35 3685.71 109% 110% 10.54 10.54 10.16 10.16 9.57 9.57 91% 91% 10.09 10.09 10.09 10.09 8.73 8.73 87% 87% 199.41 199.41 8161.97 8161.97 199.49 199.49 8442.00 8442.00 196.64 196.64 8553.69 8553.69 397807.36 4209.71 6836.47 311996.39 44278.79 -160.16 0.00 112.70 20424.75 2453.70 443.31 3707.68 3486.29 17.73 86% 109% 102% 58% 96% 97% 28% 99% 99% 105% 105% 91% 22% 82% 98% 75% 82% 191.97 191.97 6306.00 6306.00 191.97 191.97 6711.00 6711.00 159.45 159.45 6751.04 6751.04 357803.87 6252.17 3581.78 273149.88 43293.23 -185.63 0.00 115.22 17977.56 2273.25 4842.46 3233.92 3240.47 29.56 119% 112% 101% 37% 83% 96% 47% 83% 83% 107% 107% 96% 76% 36% 102% 87% 98% 24.33 387.00 387.00 23.60 375.00 375.00 23.49 361.71 361.71 97% 93% 93% 21.58 347.00 347.00 23.27 368.00 368.00 23.10 351.54 351.54 107% 101% 101% 24.33 23.60 23.49 97% 21.58 23.27 23.10 107%

(2)

(3)

(4)
230570.10 5496.99 43281.82 181791.29 77482.10 11827.97 17516.78 -663.07 5145.25 70482.26

(5)
97% 95% 111% 94% 99% 94% 99% 124% 86% 89%

(6)

(7)

(8)
213673.28 5190.61 37569.39 170913.28 69791.58 11903.79 16772.83 -734.85 5277.55 67902.38

(9)
105% 125% 110% 104% 109% 112% 105% 62% 94% 98%

238205.53 223003.52 5798.24 39000.00 5000.00 39500.00

202572.30 209209.65 4156.81 34000.00 4272.84 34000.00

193407.29 178503.52 78114.36 12548.02 17705.81 -535.09 79578.63 76185.70 11401.91 17103.72 -968.37 5201.93 69578.63

164415.49 170936.81 64251.55 10589.06 15927.95 -1176.75 5624.87 69198.81 71479.27 12146.93 16137.38 -356.59 5386.01 66143.81

26 Defence Services - Research and Development 5995.56

435380.00 412127.29 19125.01 8349.23 58682.46 -195.00 0.00 131.25 18800.00 2415.70 769.64 3878.46 3600.58 63.24 4243.34 7160.42 55356.80 -165.00 0.00 121.97 18564.00 2470.37 371.78 3733.51 3570.11 25.83

374129.82 364524.22 8193.24 9855.94 49623.62 -190.00 0.00 96.97 16000.00 2253.08 12990.23 3879.55 3378.39 62.63 4380.15 5761.97 47896.82 -195.00 0.00 125.01 17030.00 2287.64 4907.72 3310.34 3351.29 50.58

319759.43 316674.16

267986.17 275617.70

30
(1)
MINISTRY OF HEAVY INDUSTRIES AND PUBLIC ENTERPRISES 50 Department of Heavy Industry 51 Department of Public Enterprises MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS 52 Ministry of Home Affairs 53 Cabinet 54 Police 55 Other Expenditure of the Ministry of Home Affairs 56 Transfers to UT Govts. MINISTRY OF HOUSING AND URBAN POVERTY ALLEVIATION 57 Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation MINSTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT 59 Department of Higher Education MINISTRY OF INFORMATION AND BROADCASTING 60 Ministry of Information and Broadcasting 1832.32 1832.32 2017.40 2017.40 2013.27 2013.27 110% 110% 1782.64 1782.64 1818.06 1818.06 1813.08 1813.08 102% 102% 12649.00 9837.00 10611.00 2813.00 7798.00 10530.09 2810.08 7720.01 83% 100% 78% 11306.00 2494.00 8812.00 9596.00 2564.00 7032.00 9491.50 2561.80 6929.70 84% 103% 79% 58 Department of School Education and Literacy 2812.00 8.00 7.34 6.44 81% 7.60 7.60 6.67 88% 8.00 7.34 6.44 81% 7.60 7.60 6.67 88% 1558.28 586.00 1508.32 589.50 1469.80 585.00 . 94% 100% 1416.86 568.00 1493.19 635.00 1531.54 640.00 . 108% 113% 465.60 456.67 8.93 42308.10 835.69 741.87 38586.26 386.60 377.61 8.99 42195.36 761.23 797.13 38539.18 366.73 358.18 8.55 42328.98 751.04 925.05 38598.09 79% 78% 96% 100% 90% 125% 100% 464.34 456.65 7.69 37357.85 1713.39 434.61 33224.99 458.62 450.33 8.29 40552.75 1747.10 995.24 35682.22 323.80 315.86 7.94 40092.85 1620.46 1029.47 35271.38 70% 69% 103% 107% 95% 237% 106%

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

MINISTRY OF LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT 61 Ministry of Labour and Employment MINISTRY OF LAW AND JUSTICE 62 Election Commission 63 Law and Justice 64 Supreme Court of India MINISTRY OF MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES 65 Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises MINISTRY OF MINES 66 Ministry of Mines MINISTRY OF MINORITY AFFAIRS 67 Ministry of Minority Affairs MINISTRY OF NEW AND RENEWABLE ENERGY 68 Ministry of New and Renewable Energy MINISTRY OF OVERSEAS INDIANS AFFAIRS 69 Ministry of Overseas Indians Affairs MINISTRY OF PANCHAYATI RAJ 70 Ministry of Panchayati Raj 114.77 114.77 0.74 0.74 85.00 85.00 0.66 0.66 82.91 82.91 0.54 0.54 72% 72% 73% 73% 81.00 81.00 0.65 0.65 81.00 81.00 0.65 0.65 77.49 77.49 0.41 0.41 96% 96% 63% 63% 14.79 14.79 13.47 13.47 13.15 13.15 89% 89% 14.38 14.38 14.38 14.38 12.98 12.98 90% 90% 320.66 466.44 466.44 19.70 19.70 289.70 499.95 499.95 18.26 18.26 287.62 493.18 493.18 16.31 16.31 90% 106% 106% 83% 83% 301.29 440.28 440.28 16.00 16.00 302.25 436.95 436.95 16.46 16.46 301.62 434.99 434.99 14.37 14.37 100% 99% 99% 90% 90% 320.66 289.70 287.62 90% 301.29 302.25 301.62 100% 1929.80 1929.80 669.54 72.17 485.62 111.75 1943.87 1943.87 588.64 43.78 424.81 120.05 1942.44 1942.44 551.23 38.60 395.90 116.73 101% 101% 82% 53% 82% 104% 1861.00 1861.00 553.45 25.93 432.30 95.22 1861.00 1861.00 575.95 34.20 429.00 112.75 1863.08 1863.08 491.35 34.17 347.63 109.55 100% 100% 89% 132% 80% 115%

31
(1)
MINISTRY OF PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS 71 Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs MINISTRY OF PERSONNEL, PUBLIC GRIEVANCES & PENSIONS 72 Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions MINISTRY OF PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS 73 Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas MINISTRY OF PLANNING 74 Ministry of Planning MINISTRY OF POWER 75 Ministry of Power THE PRESIDENT, PARLIAMENT, UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION AND THE SECRETARIAT OF THE VICE-PRESIDENT 76 Staff, Household and Allowances of the President 77 Lok Sabha 78 Rajya Sabha 79 Union Public Service Commission 80 Secretariat of the Vice-President MINISTRY OF ROAD TRANSPORT AND HIGHWAYS 81 Ministry of Road Transport and Highways MINISTRY OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT 82 Department of Rural Development 83 Department of Land Resources 84 Department of Drinking Water and Sanitation MINISTRY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 85 Department of Science and Technology 86 Department of Scientific and Industrial Research 87 Department of Biotechnology MINISTRY OF SHIPPING 88 Ministry of Shipping 1471.00 15.39 867.49 867.49 1401.00 15.72 403.00 403.00 1400.82 14.99 388.63 388.63 95% 97% 45% 45% 1455.00 26.92 1063.00 1063.00 1387.00 26.70 506.17 506.17 1386.11 26.04 1099.94 1099.94 95% 97% 103% 103% 1882.61 396.22 1791.91 375.19 1792.39 376.58 95% 95% 1865.92 384.00 1767.20 353.50 1756.63 344.48 94% 90% 5438.21 5438.21 59.26 46.82 7.20 5.24 4532.35 4532.35 57.29 44.83 7.20 5.26 4196.38 4196.38 57.12 44.76 7.14 5.22 77% 77% 96% 96% 99% 100% 4190.00 4190.00 55.16 43.72 6.20 5.24 4283.06 4283.06 57.02 44.78 7.00 5.24 4043.22 4043.22 56.21 44.47 6.92 4.82 96% 96% 102% 102% 112% 92% 30.24 435.00 284.05 150.57 3.12 31.20 479.40 278.79 146.53 3.12 30.96 469.94 278.24 146.52 3.12 102% 108% 98% 97% 100% 27.67 400.00 224.35 146.58 2.99 29.81 424.68 266.17 145.26 2.84 29.49 415.58 220.59 144.77 2.80 107% 104% 98% 99% 94% 902.98 939.04 928.78 103% 801.59 868.76 813.23 101% 43716.85 43716.85 77.03 77.03 -122.89 -122.89 97504.10 97504.10 74.18 74.18 3193.93 3193.93 97423.04 97423.04 73.40 73.40 3174.23 3174.23 223% 223% 95% 95% 23676.20 23676.20 76.00 76.00 -135.01 -135.01 70100.06 70100.06 76.00 76.00 -183.69 -183.69 70099.72 70099.72 70.56 70.56 -309.57 -309.57 296% 296% 93% 93% 229% 229% 615.67 668.20 671.98 109% 506.78 572.81 558.20 110% 615.67 668.20 671.98 109% 506.78 572.81 558.20 110% 11.72 11.72 12.15 12.15 10.51 10.51 90% 90% 10.48 10.48 10.48 10.48 8.96 8.96 85% 85%

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

MINISTRY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE & EMPOWERMENT 89 Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment 93.30 93.30 93.20 93.20 91.06 91.06 98% 98% 78.00 78.00 87.00 87.00 84.31 84.31 108% 108%

32
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

DEPARTMENT OF SPACE 90 Department of Space MINISTRY OF STATISTICS AND PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION 91 Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation MINISTRY OF STEEL 92 Ministry of Steel MINISTRY OF TEXTILES 93 Ministry of Textiles MINISTRY OF TOURISM 94 Ministry of Tourism MINISTRY OF TRIBAL AFFAIRS 95 Ministry of Tribal Affairs U.Ts WITHOUT LEGISLATURE 96 Andaman & Nicobar Islands 97 Chandigarh 98 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 99 Daman & Diu 100 Lakshadweep

1100.00 1100.00 357.54 357.54 69.29 69.29 836.41 836.41 72.98 72.98 18.00 18.00 3706.92 1276.61 1804.78 106.56 113.20 405.77

1080.00 1080.00 337.81 337.81 214.48 214.48 810.55 810.55 70.28 70.28 15.55 15.55 3990.60 1241.34 2071.89 108.66 116.00 452.71 2586.27 918.61 1586.48 81.18 559.85 559.85

1073.05 1073.05 376.67 376.67 213.21 213.21 757.64 757.64 68.46 68.46 15.94 15.94 4165.79 1258.09 2134.59 109.92 116.02 547.17 2682.86 929.52 1674.60 78.74 512.03 512.03

98% 98% 105% 105% #DIV/0! 308% 308% #DIV/0! 91% 91% 94% 94% 89% 89% 112% 99% 118% 103% 102% 135% 100% 98% 103% 77% 95% 95%

926.00 926.00 347.36 347.36 70.76 70.76 855.75 855.75 70.76 70.76 17.00 17.00 3408.89 1173.90 1646.53 97.30 105.40 385.76 2261.71 786.47 1378.01 97.23 502.73 502.73

1000.00 1000.00 340.30 340.30 204.94 204.94 942.27 942.27 65.00 65.00 17.00 17.00 3607.04 1234.31 1769.16 100.91 106.40 396.26 2453.28 846.30 1510.68 96.30 502.73 502.73

999.19 999.19 353.51 353.51 64.41 64.41 769.39 769.39 63.32 63.32 14.84 14.84 3783.16 1240.83 1819.97 103.23 130.01 489.12 2467.11 850.53 1535.06 81.52 467.57 467.57

108% 108% 102% 102% 91% 91% 90% 90% 89% 89% 87% 87% 111% 106% 111% 106% 123% 127% 109% 108% 111% 84% 93% 93%

MINISTRY OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT 2673.87 101 Department of Urban Development 102 Public Works 103 Stationery and Printing MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES 104 Ministry of Water Resources MINISTRY OF WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT 105 Ministry of Women and Child Development MINISTRY OF YOUTH AFFAIRS & SPORTS 106 Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS Ministry of Railways 111.00 111.00 0.00 0.00 84.00 84.00 946.13 1625.40 102.34 541.00 541.00

83.00 83.00

82.65 82.65

98% 98%

83.00 83.00

83.00 83.00

78.91 78.91

95% 95%

116.00 116.00 0.00 0.00

113.59 113.59 0.00 0.00

102% 102%

121.00 121.00 0.00 0.00

106.00 106.00 0.00 0.00

104.10 104.10 0.00 0.00

86% 86%

GRAND TOTAL

969900.29 1001638.20

995138.80

103%

816181.38 892115.56

891989.59

109%

33
Annex VII RESOURCES TRANSFERRED TO STATE & UT GOVERNMENTS

(` crore)
GRANT NO. MINISTRY/ DEPARTMENT (1)
1 2 States' share of Taxes & Duties Non-plan Grants & Loans Grants Loans Ways and Means Advances (Net) 3 Central Assistance for State & UT Plans Grants Loans 4 Assistance for Central & Centrally sponsored Schemes Grants Loans 5 Total Grants & Loans (2+3+4) Grants Loans 6 7 Less : Recovery of Loans & Advances Net Resources transferred to State & UT Governments (i) Of Which State Govts. (ii) Of Which UT. Govts. (1+5-6) 521294 518182 3112 489497 483425 6072 474155 468364 5791 91% 90% 186% 456775 4539 29 438788 436427 2360 432568 430541 2027 95% 9486% 7007% 41592 41592 0 227902 216817 11085 8529 37869 37869 0 203853 189446 14407 8403 41714 41714 0 191898 177839 14059 9290 84% 82% 127% 109% 100% 100% 34045 34025 20 201733 192628 9105 8416 37126 37106 20 191732 181636 10095 8358 40047 40027 20 187908 177821 10087 10754 118% 118% 100% 93% 92% 111% 128%

BE

2012-2013 RE PROV.

Prov. as % age of BE (5)
97% 80% 75% 4007%

BE

RE

2011-12 ACTUALS Actuals as %age of BE (8)
255414 51595 51523 72 0 96266 86271 9995 95% 93% 111%

(2)
301921 64296 64211 85 0 122014 111014 11000

(3)
294047 61308 57901 3407 0 104676 93676 11000

(4)
291547 51401 47995 3406 0 98783 88130 10653

(6)
263458 66396 66311 85 0

(7)
255414 55397 55322 75 0 99208 89208 10000

(9)
97% 78% 78% 85%

81% 79% 97%

101292 92292 9000

34
Annex VIII DEPARTMENTAL COMMERCIAL UNDERTAKINGS

(` crore)
GRANT NO. MINISTRY/ DEPARTMENT (1)
General Services Expenditure Receipt Net 1 Canteen Stores Department Expenditure Receipts Net Economic Services Expenditure Receipts Net 2 Delhi Milk Scheme Expenditure Receipts Net 3 Opium and Alkaloid Factories Expenditure Receipts Net 4 Badarpur Thermal Power Station Expenditure Receipts Net 5 Fuel Fabrication Facilities Expenditure Receipts Net 6 Rajasthan Atomic Power Station Expenditure Receipts Net 7 Fuel Inventory Expenditure Receipts Net 8 Heavy Water Pool Management Expenditure Receipts Net 9 Lighthouses & Lightships Expenditure Receipts Net 10 Postal Services Expenditure Receipts Net Total Expenditure Total Receipts Net

BE

2012-2013 RE PROV.

Prov. as % age of BE (5)
94% 94% 93% 94% 94% 93% 112% 110% 116% 92% 97% 0% 115% 85% -520% 0% 102% 106% 123% 87% 36% 65% 65% 100% 98% 105%

BE

RE

2011-12 ACTUALS Actuals as %age of BE (8)
10322.33 9729.49 592.84 10322.33 9729.49 592.84 17810.65 12401.04 5409.61 340.20 311.95 28.25 397.05 383.93 13.12 3.38 420.81 -417.43 1165.96 1346.82 -180.86 79.68 0.00 79.68 2068.39 1845.25 223.14 0.00 0.00 0.00 140.33 192.93 -52.60 13615.66 7899.35 5716.31 28132.98 22130.53 6002.45

(2)
11500.00 10800.00 700.00 11500.00 10800.00 700.00 17839.34 12510.30 5329.04 370.00 352.00 18.00 349.64 366.73 -17.09 9.95 256.66 -246.71 946.38 1601.60 -655.22 79.68 0.00 79.68 2400.00 1950.00 450.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 163.26 190.00 -26.74 13520.43 7793.31 5727.12 29339.34 23310.30 6029.04

(3)
10786.73 10800.00 -13.27 10786.73 10800.00 -13.27 19233.04 14109.69 5123.35 366.46 366.46 0.00 420.18 440.03 -19.85 8.95 256.66 -247.71 1163.36 2133.79 -970.43 52.00 0.00 52.00 2450.01 1950.00 500.01 0.00 0.00 0.00 171.27 200.00 -28.73 14600.81 8762.75 5838.06 30019.77 24909.69 5110.08

(4)
10765.53 10111.07 654.46 10765.53 10111.07 654.46 19967.76 13811.95 6155.81 341.14 341.14 0.00 401.62 312.74 88.88 0.00 262.44 -262.44 1160.59 1393.34 -232.75 52.00 0.00 52.00 2390.50 1917.13 473.37 0.00 0.00 0.00 166.98 206.85 -39.87 15454.93 9378.31 6076.62 30733.29 23923.02 6810.27

(6)
8563.64 9000.00 -436.36 8563.64 9000.00 -436.36 16356.77 11691.42 4665.35 350.00 341.70 8.30 325.46 312.00 13.46 17.65 272.69 -255.04 1146.66 1331.00 -184.34 84.93 0.00 84.93 1749.45 1746.33 3.12 0.00 0.00 0.00

(7)
10363.64 10800.00 -436.36 10363.64 10800.00 -436.36 17380.79 12050.50 5330.29 370.00 341.70 28.30 418.72 432.47 -13.75 14.68 315.03 -300.35 1181.66 1459.28 -277.62 79.68 0.00 79.68 2067.60 1800.00 267.60 0.00 0.00 0.00 153.32 180.00 -26.68 13095.13 7522.02 5573.11 27744.43 22850.50 4893.93

(9)
121% 108% -136% 121% 108% -136% 109% 106% 116% 97% 91% 340% 122% 123% 97% 19% 154% 164% 102% 101% 98% 94% 94% 118% 106% 7152% 0% 0% 0% 95% 113% 231% 109% 105% 114% 113% 107% 142%

102% 109% 149% 114% 120% 106% 105% 103% 113%

147.25 170.00 -22.75 12535.37 7517.70 5017.67 24920.41 20691.42 4228.99

 
 
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