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Financial Resources

The aggregate of all debts an individual or company is liable for. Total liabilities can be easily calculated by summing all of ones short-term and long-term liabilities, along with any off balance sheet liabilities which corporations may incur. On the balance sheet, total liabilities plus equity must equal total assets.
Revenue receipts includes proceeds of taxes and other duties levied by the Centre, interest and dividend on investments made by the government, fees and other receipts for services rendered by the government. These implies the governments cash inflow. The Data contains State wise Total revenue receipt as percentage of GSDP.
Social allocation ratio is calculated as per the formula (Social allocation ratio = social sector expenditure/ total expenditure). It contains Actual, Pre-actual and Budgeted Expenditure for Total expenditure and Social expenditure. The Data contains Actual, Pre-actual and Budgeted Expenditure for Total expenditure, Social expenditure and Social allocation ratio (social sector expenditure/ total expenditure) of states & Uts.
An expense or expenditure made to the employees for their work in terms of salary is know as Salary expenditure. It is an outflow of money from the Government for different services. The Data contains Actual, Pre-actual and Budgeted Expenditure for Salary expenditure, total expenditure, Revenue Expenditure, Salary expenditure as percentage of revenue expenditure (net of IP & Pension) and Salary expenditure as percentage of total expenditure of states & Uts.
Revenue deficit occurs when the actual amount of revenue received and/or the actual amount of expenditures do not correspond with predicted revenue and expenditure figures. Revenue surplus, which occurs when the actual amount exceeds the projected amount. The Data contains Actual, Pre-actual and Budgeted Expenditure for Revenue deficit/surplus,GSDP and Revenue deficit/surplus as percentage of GSDP of states & Uts.
Public expenditure means the expenses or expenditure made by the Government for the betterment of the public. Public expenditure can promote growth by financing essential public services, such as security, infrastructure and education. The Data contains Actual, Pre-actual and Budgeted Expenditure for Total expenditure, GSDP and Public expenditure ratio (total expenditure/ GSDP) of states & Uts.
Debt owned by central government is known as Public debt (total liabilities). The Data contains State wise Public debt (total liabilities) as percentage of revenue receipt.
Plan expenditure are the expenses that form a part of the government’s five year plan and comprise salaries, subsidies and pension. Plan expenditures are estimated after discussions between each of the ministries concerned and the Planning Commission. The Data contains Actual, Pre-actual and Budgeted Expenditure for Plan expenditure, GSDP and Plan expenditure as percentage of GSDP of states & Uts.
Per capita total expenditure means the total expenditure which is made for one person out of total population. The Data contains Actual, Pre-actual and Budgeted Expenditure for Total expenditure, Population and Per capita total expenditure of states & Uts.
The State Domestic Product is defined as the aggregate of the economic value of all goods and services produced within the geographical boundaries of the State/UT, counted without duplication during a specified period of time, usually a year. The State Domestic Product (SDP) commonly known as State Income is one of the important indicators to measure the economic development of the State/UT. The Data contains Actual, Pre-actual and Budgeted Expenditure for GSDP, Population and per capita state domestic product (current prices) of states & Uts.

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