The Budget documents presented to Parliament comprise, besides the Finance Minister's Budget Speech, of the following: A. Annual Financial Statement (AFS) B. Demand for Grants (DG) C. Appropriation Bill. D. Finance Bill. E. Memorandum Explaining the Provisions in the Finance Bill, 2013. F. Macro-economic framework for the relevant financial year. G. Fiscal Policy Strategy Statement for the.
Union Budget Analysis 5 Union Budget 2015-16: Roadmap to take growth to double digit level This budget has laid down the roadmap for taking India to double digit growth. We not only see a clear direction in which the economy is going to be steered but also the key milestones that we need to cross on the way. There are several positives not just for the industry but for every section of society.
Sector - Budget Estimate -2013-14 16 Part-III: Time Series Data Table18 Literacy Rates 17 Table 19 Number of Recognised Educational Institutions 17 Table 20 Level-wise Enrolment A- All Categories 18-19 B-Scheduled Caste 20- 21 C -Scheduled Tribes 22-23 Table 21 Number of Teachers by Type of School 24-25 Table 22 Gross Enrolment Ratio(GER).
Budget Analysis: How will the Budget 2013 impact you The union budget was announced today, and as expected there was a lot of excitement around it, and a lot of ink (more electronic than real.Learn More
CBA ABCMain Features of Budget This budget moves from the conventional Public Administrative Budgeting to a cutting edge Public Management Approach. The structure of the budget has been given a developmental rather than a purely administrative orientation. The new approach“Budget Estimation, Allocation and Monitoring System” (BEAMS), online computerized system to distribute the budget and.Learn More
Rajasthan and the North Eastern states, it discusses the evolution problems faced while conducting social audits and also suggests measures to improve upon social audits of the various government schemes. Keywords: Social audits, MGNREGS, accountability, SSAAT. Introduction In India, the Ministry of Rural Development is a portfolio that entails a staggering annual expenditure forming 8% of the.Learn More
Budget 2014-15. Budget 2015-16. It was presented on July 10, 2014 by Finance Minister Arun Jaitely. It was presented on February 28, 2015 by Arun Jaitely.Learn More
The Indian Telecom Analysis (2008-2012) report by RNCOS Industry Research Solutions shows that mobile telecom segment has surpassed all other segments in the Indian telecom sector. (The mobile telecom market is forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate of around 15 per cent between 2009-10 and 2013-14.) The report also indicates that.Learn More
In 2013-14, plan funds to the tune of 4,53,085 crore could be utilised. Plan allocation of 5,75,000 crore in the Main Budget 2014-15 mark an increase of 26.9% over actuals for 2013-14 and have.Learn More
Union Budget: India Budget 2020 with the latest news on Income tax, Economic survey, sector impact, and tax details for 2020-21.Learn More
On the basis of the announcements made by the Finance Minister in his Budget speech 2006-07, public sector banks, regional rural banks and rural co-operative credit institutions were advised that with effect from Khariff 2006-07, Government would provide interest rate subvention of 2 per cent per annum in respect of short term production credit up to Rs 3.0 lakh.Learn More
One of the main aims of the 2011-12 budget was to make sure that the management system was more result oriented and transparent. It is expected that the budget will help India achieve a growth rate of 9%. The government has also targeted a revenue of 40,000 crore rupees from disinvestment. Public sector banks will be provided INR 6000 crore in that period so that they could have a minimum Tier.Learn More
Key Features of Budget 2018-2019; Population Growth. In 1980, the population of the world was around 4,426 million which grew to around 6,893 million by 2010. The annual compound growth rate of population was 1.7 percent in 1980-81 which dropped to around 1.15 percent in 2009-10. Further, population growth rates are different in different parts.Learn More
The essence of Human Resource Development is education, which plays a significant and remedial role in balancing the socio-economic fabric of the Country. Since citizens of India are its most valuable resource, our billion-strong nation needs the nurture and care in the form of basic education to achieve a better quality of life. This warrants an all-round development of our citizens, which.Learn More
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