Controller General of Accounts

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
UNION GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS
AT A GLANCE
AS AT THE END  OF NOVEMBER 2002

(Rs. In Crores) @@

.

Budget
Estimates
2002-2003*

Actuals@
upto Nov'2002

% of Actuals to Budget Estimates

. .

Rs.

Rs.

Current COPPY**

1

Revenue Receipts

245105

123629 50.4% (47.7%)

2

Tax Revenue (Net)

172965

80346 46.5% (40.8%)

3

Non-Tax Revenue

72140

43283  60.0% (64.0%)

4

Non-Debt Capital Receipts

29680

17556  59.2% (40.5%)

5

Recovery of Loans

17680

14434 81.6% (71.2%)

6

Other Receipts

12000

3122  26.0% (1.7%)

7

Total Receipts (1+4)

274785

141185 51.4% (46.9%)

8

Non-Plan Expenditure

296809

166869 56.2% (53.9%)

9

On Revenue Account

(i) of which Interest Payments

270169

117390

157631

67184

58.3%

57.2%

(55.3%)

(53.3%)

10

On Capital Account

(i) of which Loans disbursed

26640

2847

9238

3571

34.7%

125.4%

(39.0%)

(94.6%)

11

Plan Expenditure

113500

57710 50.8% (55.1%)

12

On Revenue Account

70313

33886 48.2% (51.8%)

13

On Capital Account

(i) of which Loans disbursed

43187

26289

23824

14837

55.2%

56.4%

(60.8%)

(65.8%)

14

Total Expenditure (8+11)

410309

224579 54.7% (53.5%)

15

Fiscal Deficit (14-7)

135524

83394 61.5% (68.0%)

16

Revenue Deficit (9+12-1)

95377

67888 71.2% (75.2%)

17

Primary Deficit {15-9(i)}

18134

16210 89.4% (481.6%)
*Financial Year runs from "April to March"

**COPPY : Corresponding Period of the Previous Year

@ Actuals are unaudited provisional figures.

@@ 1 Crore = 10 Millions

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AS AT THE END OF NOVEMBER 2002

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SOURCES OF FINANCING THE DEFICIT
AS AT THE END OF NOVEMBER 2002

(Rs. In Crores) @@

. Details of Borrowings

Budget Estimates 2002-2003*

   Actuals@     upto Nov'2002

% of Actuals to Budget Estimates

. .

Rs.

Rs.

Current COPPY**

1

External Financing 770.36 - 583.03 - 76% (98%)

2

Domestic Financing 134754.21 83976.57     62% (68%)
. (a) Market Borrowings 95859.00 79547.79     83% (93%)
(b) Securities against Small Savings 8000.00 0.00      0% (0%)
. (c)Deposit Scheme for Retiring Employees 720.00 282.30     39% (182%)
. (d)State Provident Funds 10000.00 641.36       6% (6%)
. (e)Special Deposits of Non-Govt. Provident Funds, Insurance Corporation etc. 9898.20 - 664.04    -  7% (- 11%)
. (f)National Small Saving Fund - 1434.60 1987.34

 - 139%

(51%)

. - i- Savings Deposit and Certificates 30880.00

26193.59

  85% (54%)
. - ii- Public Provident Funds 9120.00 6293.95    69% (55%)
. -iii- Investment In Securities - 40000.00 - 35071.63     88% (60%)
. - iv- Income/Expenditure of NSSF -1434.60 4571.43 - 319% (313%)
. (g)Others 11711.61 - 1412.40 - 12% (- 66%)
. (h)Cash Balance {Decrease(+)/Increase(-)} 0.00 5134.22
. (i)Investment (-) / Disinvestment(+) of Surplus Cash

0.00

. (j) Ways & Means Advances

- 1540.00

3

TOTAL FINANCING

135524.57

83393.54

  62% (68%)
(i) from the Banking Sector #
(ii) from others
*Financial Year runs from "April to March"

**COPPY : Corresponding Period of the Previous Year

@ Actuals are unaudited provisional figures.

@@ 1 Crore = 10 Millions

# Data on Banking sector credit to Govt. is not presently available.

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