Expenditure Budget 2012 - 2013 Volume I

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Introductory Notes


Summary of Expenditure

Expenditure by Ministries/Department

Expenditure of Union Territories without Legislature

Revised Estimates, 2011-2012

Budget Estimates, 2012-2013


Part-II - Non-Plan Expenditure

Non-Plan Expenditure, 2012-2013

Non-Plan Expenditure by Broad Categories

Non-Plan Subsidies - Interest Subsidies

Non-Plan Subsidies - Other Subsidies

Departmental Commercial Undertakings

Non-Plan Capital Outlay

Non-Plan Grants and Loans to Public Enterprises

Non-Plan Grants and Loans to State and UT Governments

Grants and Loans to Foreign Governments


Part-III-Plan Outlay

Plan Outlay 2012-2013

Central Plan Outlay by Ministries/Departments

Central Plan Outlay by Head of Development

Plan Investments in Public Enterprises

Resources of Public Enterprises

Central Assistance for State and Union Territory Plans

Plan Grants and Loan to State and UT Governments

Direct Transfer of Central Plan Assistance to State/District Level

Estimates of Provision for Externally Aided Projects

Gender Budgeting

Schemes for Development of Scheduled Castes

Schemes for Development of Scheduled Tribes

Budget Provision for Schemes for the Welfare of Children



Budget Provisions by Heads of Accounts

Reconciliation between Expenditure shown in Demands for Grants, Annual Financial Statements and Annexure I

Details of reliefs provided to CPSUs in the form of waiver, write off, etc.

Trends in Expenditure

Contribution to International Bodies

Grant-in-Aids to private institutions, organisations, etc.

Budget Provisions under the Object Head Grants for creation of Capital Assets

Estimated strength of Establisment and provision therefor

Budget provision under "Grants-in-Aid Salaries

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