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Budgetary Position of The Government of India

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The data refers to budgetary position of the government of India from 2000-01 to 2011-12 for items such as revenue receipts, non-tax revenue, revenue expenditure, revenue deficit, capital receipts and capital expenditure.
Chief Data Officer
Name: Shri Manoj Kumar Gupta
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Director
Ministry/State/Department: Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation
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  • +91 1126107649
Address:
Computer Centre, MOSPI, East Block-10, R K Puram, New Delhi-110066
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Data figures are in Rs. Crore; RE: Revised Estimates; BE: Budget Estimates; For Capital Receipts of which Does not include receipts in respect of Market Stabilization Scheme; For Borrowings and other liabilities Includs due drawn of Cash balance; The figures may not add up to the total because of rounding approximations; Source: Budget documents, Ministry of Finance and also published in statistical year book 2017 by MOSPI.
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Note: Data Values are in Rs. Ten Million. BE: Budget Estimates. RE: Revised Estimates. Capital Receipts does not include receipts in respect of Market Stabilization Scheme. Borrowings and other liabilities includes due drawn of cash balance. 1. Direct taxes also include taxes pertaining to expenditure, interest, wealth, gift and estate duty. 2. Major Subsidies excluding grants to NAFED for MIS/PPS. 3. The figures may not add up to the total because of rounding approximations. 4. GDP for BE 2015-16 has been projected at Rs. 14108945 Crore assuming 11.5% growth over the Advance Estimates of 2014-15 (Rs.12653762 crore) release by CSO. Source: Budget documents, Ministry of Finance and also published in statistical year book 2016 by MOSPI.
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Rs Ten Million; Source: Data taken from Statistical Year Book-2013, CSO; BE : Budget Estimates; P : Provisional Actual (Unaudited); ** Does not include receipts in respect of Market Stabilization Scheme, Which will remain in the cash balance of the Central Government and will not be used for expenditure; Note: 1. Direct taxes also includes taxes pertaining to expenditure, interest, wealth, gift and estate duty; 2. The figures may not add up to the total because of rounding approximations; 3. Primary deficit consumption = revenue deficit-interest payments+interest receipts+divident & profits; 4. Primary deficit investment = Capital expenditure-interest receipts - Divident & profits-recovery of loans-other receipts.
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