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Budget Highlights 2012-13

16th March 2012

Rural Development | Drinking Water | Agriculture Sector | Education | Women and Child | IT Sector | Health | Urban Development | Highways | Power | Textiles | Social Justice and Empowerment | Science and Technology | Sports | Fertilisers | Railways | Postal

Rural Development :

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Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme: 33000 for providing a legal guarantee of 100 days of wage employment in a financial year to rural households.
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Aajeevika (National Rural Livelihood Mission): 3915 for reducing poverty by enabling the poor households to access gainful self-employment and skilled wage employment opportunities.
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Rural Housing: 11075 for providing assistance to rural BPL households for construction of houses and upgradation of kutcha houses under Indira Awaas Yojana.
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Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana: 24000 for providing connectivity to eligible unconnected rural habitations through good all-weather roads.

Drinking Water Supply :

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National Rural Drinking Water Programme: 10500 for supplementing the States in their effort to provide safe and adequate drinking water to all rural habitations.
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Rural Sanitation: 3500 for rural sanitation.

Land Resources :

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3050 for Integrated Watershed Management Programme.

Agriculture and Cooperation :

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9217 for Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana (State Plan).
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1850 for National Food Security Mission.
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1500 for National Mission on Micro Irrigation.
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1350 for National Horticulture Mission.
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1135 for Crop Insurance (3 schemes).
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716 for construction of Rural Godowns.
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600 for support to States’ Extension Services.

Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries :

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150 for Dairy Entrepreneurship Development.
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150 for Livestock Census.
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230 for National Dairy Plan and Dairy Development.

Agricultural Research and Education :

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583 for Agricultural Education to improve the quality of human resource and to upgrade infrastructure and educational reforms.
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507 for Agricultural Extension programmes to disseminate frontline technologies.

Environment and Forests:

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1330 for Ecology and Environment and National River Conservation.
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906 for Forestry and Wild Life and National Afforestation and Eco-Development.

Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises:

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1276 for Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme
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100 for National Innovation Fund.

School Education And Literacy :

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25555 for Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan
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11937 for National Programme of Mid Day Meals in Schools.
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3124 for Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan.

Higher Education :

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6680 for Technical Education.

Women and Child Development :

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15850 for Integrated Child Development Services.
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750 for Rajiv Gandhi Scheme for Empowerment of Adolescent Girls (SABLA).
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520 for Indira Gandhi Matritva Sahyog Yojana.
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400 for Integrated Child Protection Scheme.

Information Technology :

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975 for e-Governance programme.
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360 for establishing National Knowledge Network to connect Knowledge Institutions across the country.

Telecommunications :

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3000 for schemes under Universal Service Obligation
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1356 for Optical Fibre Cable based Network for Defence Services.

Health :

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20542 for National Rural Health Mission.

Ayush :

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280 for National Rural Health Mission for Development of AYUSH
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Hospitals and Dispensaries and Mainstreaming of AYUSH.

Information and Broadcasting :  

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608 for broadcasting sector.
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188 for information sector.

Urban Development : 3168 for equity investment in Metro Rail Projects.

Highways :

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11472 for investment in National Highways Authority of India.
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1500 Special Programme for development of road connectivity to Naxal affected areas.
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7881 for Capital outlay on National Highways.

Power :

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4900 for Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana. The target is to achieve electrification of 4800 un-electrified villages and offering electricity connections to around 34 lakh BPL households.
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3114 for Restructured Accelerated Power Development and Reforms Programme. The objective is to facilitate State Power Utilities to reduce the level of AT&C loss to 15%.

Textiles :

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2914 for technology upgradation fund scheme
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2450 for revival, reform and re-structuring the handloom sector.

Social Justice and Empowerment :

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1500 for Post-Matric scholarship for Scheduled Castes.
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1200 for Special Central Assistance to Scheduled Castes Sub- Plan.
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625 for Post-Matric scholarship for Other Backward Classes.
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50 for Pre-Matric scholarship for Other Backward Classes.

Tribal Affairs :  

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750 for Post-Matric scholarship, book bank and upgradation of merit of ST students.
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244 for Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups.
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86 for Pre-Matric scholarship for ST students.

Development of North Eastern Region :

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60 for loans to North Eastern Development Finance Corporation.
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45 for North Eastern States Road Investment Programme.
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35 for North Eastern Region Livelihood Project.

Science and Technology :

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400 for Science & Engineering Research Board
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400 for Alliance and R&D Mission.
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315 for multi-disciplinary research in frontier areas of Science & Technology including Science & Engineering Research Board.

Space :

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642 for INSAT/GSAT system.
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380 for PSLV-C Project
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301 for INSAT-3 Satellites
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259 for GSLV – Operational (including Mk-III Operational).
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250 for Advanced Communication Satellite (GSAT-11 including Launch Services).
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208 for GSAT-7 Launch Services.
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125 for Mars Orbiter Mission.
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82 for Indian Lunar Mission (Chandrayaan - 2).

Civil Aviation :  

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4000 for equity infusion in Air India.
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280 for Airports Authority of India.

Earth Sciences :

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290 for strengthening research facilities for the Polar Sciences and Cryosphere activities.
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256 for augmentation of Atmospheric Observation Systems Network to improve operational weather and climate forecast.

Sports :

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235 for the scheme of Panchayat Yuva Krida Aur Khel Abhiyan. 
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105 for Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan.
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64 for National Youth Corps Scheme.

Chemicals and Petro-Chemicals : 1552 for establishment of Petrochemical Gas Cracker Project at Lapetkata, Assam

Pharmaceuticals : 70 for establishment of 6 new National Institutes of  Pharmaceutical Education & Research.

Panchayati Raj : 50 for Rajiv Gandhi Panchayat Sashaktikaran Abhiyan (RGPSA), an umbrella scheme containing 12 components.

Heavy Industry :  

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456 for Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project.
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255 for Indian Leather Development Programmes.

Fertilisers :

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129.40 lakh MT of Nitrogenous Fertiliser production targeted
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47.87 lakh MT of Phosphatic Fertiliser production targeted.

Coal and Lignite: 

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574.40 million tonnes of domestic availability of Coal has been assessed during 2012-13, which is projected to be met from Coal India Limited and others.
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24.80 million tonnes of Lignite production estimated during 2012-13

Steel :

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26.40 million tonnes of Iron ore production targeted by National Mineral Development Corporation Ltd.
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16.30 million tonnes of saleable steel production by Steel Authority of India Ltd. and Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd.targeted.

Railways : 

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24000 for investment in Railways.
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3200 kilometres of track renewal.
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1100 kilometres of route electrification.
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800 kilometres of gauge conversion.
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700 kilometres of new lines
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700 kilometres of Doubling and manufacturing of additional 630 locomotives.

Postal : 516 for IT induction and modernisation.

New and Renewable Energy :

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4145 MW Grid-interactive Power capacity addition from wind small hydro, biomass power/cogeneration, urban and industrial waste to energy and solar power.
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1.25 lakh - construction of family type Biogas plants.
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0.60 million m2 deployment of solar thermal systems, promotion of energy-efficient buildings and master plans for solar cities.

Source: indiabudget.nic.in