Rs. 25688.97 crore deficit Budget for 2017-18 presented in MP Assembly

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• Provision for scholarship/Stipend – Rs. 703 crore for ST students Rs. 740 crore for SC students and Rs. 850 crore for OBC students.

• Provision of Rs.1000 crore for creation of fund for meritorious students under ‘Mukhyamantri Medhavi Vidyarthi Yojana’

• Reimbursement of tuition fees as grant to students who score more than 85% in 12th and join prestigious National level institutions.
Backward Classes Welfare

• Provision of Rs. 823 crore for scholarship to Backward Classes students.

• Provision of Rs. 30 crore for modernisation of Madarsas.

budget-2017-18Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Finance Minister Jayant Malaiya today presented the budget for the financial year 2017-18 today with Fiscal Deficit for the year 2017-18 estimated to be Rs. 25688.97 crore, which is within the prescribed 3.5% limit of the State’s Fiscal.

The budget projects a Revenue surplus of Rs. 4596.40 crore for the year 2017-18 with estimated appropriation amount of Rs. 185564.27 crore and total net expenditure of Rs. 169954.46 crore for the year 2017-18.

The Total Revenue Receipts for the year 2017-18 are estimated to be Rs. 139115.67 crore.

Components of the Revenue Receipts are as follows:-

Rs. 50295.21 crore as State’s Own Tax Revenue; Rs. 51106.32 crore as share in Central Taxes; Rs. 11679.74 crore as State’s Own Non-Tax Revenue and Rs. 26034.40 crore as Grants-in-aid from Central Government.

• State’s Own Tax Revenue estimates are 14 percent higher as compared to 2016-17(RE).
• Capital Outlay increased from Rs. 32,114 crore(2016-17 RE) to Rs. 35,435 crore for the year 2017-18.
• Capital Outlay for the year 2017-18 is 4.82% of the GSDP.
• Revenue Expenditure of Rs. 134519.27 crore is estimated for the year 2017-18 which is 8% higher than Rs. 124516.01 crore for the year 2016-17(RE).
• Opening balance for the year 2017-18 was Rs. 323.34 crore. Net transactions during the year are estimated to be Rs. (-) 451.59 crore. Hence, closing balance at the end of the year is estimated to be Rs. (-) 128.25 crore.
• Budget estimates for Scheduled Tribe sub-Scheme is Rs. 25,862.15 crore for the year 2017-18.
• Budget estimates for Scheduled Caste sub-Scheme is Rs. 16,381.40 crore for the year 2017-18.

Fiscal Indicators
• Fiscal Deficit estimated at 3.49 percent of GSDP.
• Revenue Surplus estimated at 0.63 percent of GSDP.
• Interest payments estimated at 8.30 percent of Revenue Receipts.

Agriculture
• Provision of Rs. 33,564 crore for the year 2017-18 for ‘Krishi’ Budget.
• Provision of Rs. 2000 crore for “Prime Minister Crop Insurance Scheme”
• Provision of Rs. 400 crore for Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana.
• Provision of Rs. 305 crore for National Food Security Mission
• Provision of Rs. 40 crore for agricultural mechanisation
• Provision of Rs. 46 crore subsidy for Tractor and agricultural equipments.
• Provision of Rs. 14 crore grant for establishment of Custom Hiring Centre.

Horticulture
• Provision of Rs. 140 crore for micro-irrigation.
• Provision of Rs. 92 crore for Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojna.
• Provision of Rs. 62 crore for National Horticulture Mission
• Provision of Rs. 50 crore for Crop Insurance Scheme.
• Provision of Rs. 50 crore to enhance the storage capacity for onion.
Veterinary and Fisheries
• Provision of Rs. 1001 crore for various departmental schemes.
• Provision of Rs. 91 crore for fisheries.

Forestry
• Provision of Rs. 102 crore for plantation of fruit and non-fruit trees on Narmada river bank.
• Provision of Rs. 2704 crore for various schemes of Forest Department.
Rural Development
• Provision of Rs. 1750 crore for the disposal/management of liquid and solid waste in 3000 Gram Panchayats under Nirmal

Bharat Abhiyan.
• Provision of Rs. 3500 crore for Housing for All scheme in rural areas under Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana.
• Provision of Rs. 2000 crore under Mahatma Gandhi Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme.
• Provision of Rs. 633 crore for National Rural Livelihood Mission.
• Provision of Rs. 1127 crore for providing basic amenities to Panchayats.
• Provision of Rs. 2642 crore under the recommendation of the 14th Finance Commission.

Urban Development
• Provision of Rs. 190 crore for ‘Mukhyamantri Shahari Peyajal Yojna’
• Provision of Rs. 170 crore for UIDSSMT
• Provision of Rs. 600 crore for Swacch Bharat Abhiyan’.
• Provision of Rs. 700 crore for ‘AMRUT Yojana’
• Provision of Rs. 700 crore under SMART City Scheme. Proposal to include Sagar and Satna City in the second phase.
• Provision of Rs. 1000 crore for ‘Housing for All’ scheme in urban areas.
• Provision of Rs. 105 crore under National Urban Livelihood Mission.
• Provision of Rs. 10 crore for developing infrastructure under ‘Deendayal Rasoi Yojana’.

Women and Child Development
• Provision of Rs. 90 crore for construction of Aanganwadi buildings.
• Establishment of 6 new rehabilitation centers.
• Increase in the number of beds in 24 rehabilitation centers.
• Provision of Rs. 972 crore under ‘Ladli Laxmi Yojana’

Roads and Bridges
• Provision of Rs. 5966 crore for Roads and Bridges.
• Provision of Rs. 1418 crore for maintenance of roads.
• Provision of Rs. 2850 crore for PMGSY in the year 2017-18.
• Provision of Rs. 400 crore for ‘Mukhyamantri Gram Sadak evam Adhosanrachana Yojana’
• Provision of Rs. 186 crore for State Rural Road connectivity scheme.

Irrigation facilites
• Provision of Rs. 9850 crore under capital head for irrigation schemes.
• Development of irrigation capacity of 33 lac hectares of agricultural land during the12th Five Year period in irrigation schemes.

Drinking Water
• Program to facilitate water supply through pipelines in habitations with population of more than 1000.
• Provision of Rs. 552 crore for ‘Samooh Nal Jal Yojna’
• Provision of Rs. 900 crore for State rural drinking water program.
• 90% increase in budget of PHE department for the year 2017-18 as compared to 2016-17(RE).

School Education
• Recruitment of 36000 teachers.
• Provision of Rs. 30 crore for furniture in schools, Rs. 45 crores for maintenance of school buildings, Rs. 27 crore for laboratory equipments and Rs. 35 crores for electricity connections in schools.
• Upgradation of 520 High Schools and 240 Higher Secondary Schools
• Establishment of 2 New residential ‘Gurukulam’ in Tribal Areas.
• Provision of Rs. 214 crore and Rs. 189 crore in School Education and Tribal Department respectively for construction of buildings.
• Provision of Rs. 50 crore for strengthening of ashram and hostels of Scheduled Tribes.
• Provision of Rs. 90 crore for construction of 30 new hostels. Provision of Rs. 101 crore for hostel, Ashrams and Buildings for SC Students.
• Provision for scholarship/Stipend – Rs. 703 crore for ST students Rs. 740 crore for SC students and Rs. 850 crore for OBC students.
• Provision of Rs. 52 crore for hostel in district level Excellence Schools.
• Provision of Rs. 92 crore for purchase of NCERT books.
• Bicyles to girl students who take admission in class 11 to encourage girls education.
• Construction of Girls Hostels.
• Provision of Rs. 48 crore for establishment, management and security of girls’ hostels.

Higher Education
• Provision of Rs. 200 crore for construction of college buildings and hostels under World Bank Project.
• Provision of Rs. 215 crore for Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan.
Technical Education
• Provision of Rs. 100 Crore for development of 10 Excellence ITIs.
• Provision of Rs. 100 crore for 2.5 lakh youngsters and 2 lakh women to train them under ‘Mukhyamantri Kaushal Samwardhan and Kaushlya
Scheme.
• Provision of Rs.1000 crore for creation of fund for meritorious students under ‘Mukhyamantri Medhavi Vidyarthi Yojana’
• Reimbursement of tuition fees as grant to students who score more than 85% in 12th and join prestigious National level institutions.

Backward Classes Welfare
• Provision of Rs. 823 crore for scholarship to Backward Classes students.
• Provision of Rs.19 crore for construction of hostels for Backward Classes students.
• Provision of Rs. 20 crore for self employment training to Backward Classes category

Minorities Welfare
• Provision of Rs. 30 crore for modernisation of Madarsas.
• Provision of Rs. 4.5 crore under other grants.
• Provision of Rs. 4 crore for training.
• Provision of Rs. 50 crore for Vimukt, Ghumakkad evam ardh-ghumakkad.
• Provision of Rs. 48 crore under various schemes.

Medical Education and Public Health
• Provision of Rs. 590 crore for construction of 7 new Medical College buildings.
• Infrastructure development in Medical Colleges already existing.
• Increasing the capacity of district hospital Indore, Morena and Sheopur.
• MRI and CT Scan facility in all District Hospitals.
• Upgradation of Primary Health Center Devsar, Satwar and Hastinapur into Community Health Center
• Providing “Vyavsayik Dakshatavarodh’ compensation allowance @ 20% to doctors posted in PHC of rural areas and @25% to doctors in notified rural areas.
• Compensation allowance @ 25% to Specialist Doctors posted in notified areas and 20% to doctors posted in Community Health Centres .
• Proposal to make available the Infrastructure facilities for surgery in Government Hospital to Private Doctors.

Energy
• Assistance of Rs. 7361 crore to Power Distribution Companies under UDAY Scheme in 2016-17
• Provision of Rs. 4622 crore under UDAY Scheme for the year 2017-18
• Scheme of Rs. 4000 crore for converting temporary connections into permanent connections.

Industries and Employment
• The State received 2630 investment proposals of Rs. 5.62 lakh crore in MP during Investor Summit-2016.
• Provision of Rs.161 crore for development of industrial infrastructure in 9 new industrial areas.
• Provision of Rs. 58 crore for IT Park and Electronic Manufacturing Cluster.
• Provision of Rs. 797 crore for for self-employment schemes.

Tourism
• Decision to establish/operationalize professional courses to encourage tourism activities.
Teerth Darshan Yojana
• New pilgrimage centres like Gangasagar, Girnarji, Patna Sahib etc. to be included in the scheme.
• Grant amount to be raised from Rs. 30,000 to Rs. 50,000 for Kailash Mansarovar Yatra.

Culture
• Establishment of Vedanta Peeth in Omkareshwer
• Provision of Rs. 9 crore to create fund for Veer Bharat Nyas.

Social Justice
• Increase in Samajik Suraksha Pension from 150 to 300 per month.
• Provision of Rs. 35 crore for Janshree Bima Yojana
• Provision of Rs. 18 crore for Aam Admi Bima Yojana.
• Pension to all widows excluding those in service and receiving pension.

Law and Order
• Provision of Rs. 5850 crore for Police Force.
• Provision of Rs. 402 crore for Construction works for Police personnel.
• Provision of Rs. 54 crore for purchase of vehicles for Police Force.
• Provision of Rs. 44 crore for purchase of arms for Police Force
• Provision of Rs. 65 crore for construction of new jails.

Law Administration
• Provision of Rs. 21 crore for computerisation of High Court, Subordinate Courts and Advocate General Office.
• Provision of Rs. 150 crore for development of judicial infrastructure

Employees Welfare
• 7th Pay Commission benefits to be provided to government employees from 1st January, 2016 and cash benefits to be paid from July, 2017 salary.

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