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(a) Reserve Funds Bearing Interest

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MAJOR / SUB-MAJOR HEADS MINOR HEADS

8115

Depreciation/Renewal Reserve Funds

101 Depreciation Reserve Funds-Railways (Commercial Lines) (1)
102 Depreciation Reserve Funds-Railways (Strategic Lines)(l)
103 Depreciation Reserve Funds-Govt Commercial Departments and Undertakings (2)
104 Depreciation Reserve Funds-Govt. Non-Commercial Departments and Undertakings (2)
105 Depreciation Reserve Funds-Investment Account (3)

Notes:

(1) Interest on the balances of these funds as well as Interest and dividends on securities purchased from these funds are also credited to these heads.

(2) Each fund relating to each Government commercial or Non-commercial department/undertaking may be recorded under a distinct sub-head below these minor heads.

(3) Investments relating to each fund may be recorded under a distinct sub-head below this minor head.

      


MAJOR / SUB-MAJOR HEADS MINOR HEADS

8116

Revenue Reserve Funds

101 Railway Revenue Reserve Fund (1)
102 Railway Revenue Reserve Fund-Investment Account
104 Posts and Telegraphs Revenue Reserve Fund
105 Telecommunication Revenue Reserve Fund

Note:

(1) Interest on the balances of this fund as well as interest and dividends on securities purchased from this fund are credited to this fund.

     


MAJOR / SUB-MAJOR HEADS MINOR HEADS

8117

Development Funds

101 Railway Development Fund-Commercial Lines (1)
102 Railway Development Fund-Strategic Lines (1)

Notes:

(1) This Fund has been set up for financing expenditure on the following items:

(a) All works relating to amenities for passengers and other Railway users including additions to existing or new works, provided that, where the original cost of the existing work was charged to Revenue, being within the new Minor Works limit, the whole cost of a new work replacing the old one shall be charged to the Development Fund. The items which constitute amenity works are listed in Note 2 (A) below para 910 of Indian Railway General Code, Vol.I.

(b) Labour Welfare works including additions to existing or new works estimated to cost individually above Rs. 25.000.

(c) Unremunerative works for improvement of operational efficiency costing more than Rs. 3 lakhs each.

(d) The cost of construction of New Lines, completed before 1st April, 1955 or in progress on that date which are necessary but unremunerative. For this purpose the cost of an unremunerative project except land will, in the first instance, be charged to the Railway Development Fund and adjustment between Capital and Railway Development Fund will be made after the results of actual, working in the sixth or any earlier year after opening are available so that the yield on the portion debited to Capital reached the prescribed standard of remunerativeness, the balance being debited to the Railway Development Fund to the extent necessary. Each such case will be decided by the Railway Board.

The details of expenditure to be booked under items (a), (b) and (c) above are given in the explanatory notes Nos. 47.48 and 49 respectively in Appendix xi to the Indian Railway Code for Accounts Department, Part I (Third Reprint. 1957).

Interest on the balances of this fund as well as interest and dividends on securities purchased from this fund are also credited to this fund.

    


MAJOR / SUB-MAJOR HEADS MINOR HEADS

8118

Capital Reserve Funds

101 Capital Reserve Fund-Posts and Telegraphs (1)
105 Telecommunication Capital Reserve Fund
106 Railway Capital Fund

Notes:

(1) The sub-head will be as under Receipts

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(2) Supplementary Depreciation towards inflationary element.

[Refer Correction Slip No. 218]

     


MAJOR / SUB-MAJOR HEADS MINOR HEADS

8121

General and other Reserve Funds

101 General and Other Reserve Funds of Govt Commercial Departments/Undertakings (1)
102 Development fund for Agricultural Purposes
103 Railway Pension Fund-Commercial Lines (2)
104 Railway Pension Fund-Strategic Lines (2)
105 Railway Accident Compensation Safety and Passenger Amenities Fund-Commercial Lines
106 Railway Accident Compensation Safety and Passenger Amenities Fund-Strategic Lines
107 Staff Benefit Fund (Railway Commercial Lines)
108 Staff Benefit Fund (Railways Strategic Lines)
109 General Insurance Fund
110 General Insurance Fund-Investment account
111 Contingency Reserve Fund -Electricity (3) (4)
112 Contingency Reserve Fund -Electricity-Investment Accountf'4)
113 Amenities Reserve Fund
114 Amenities Reserve Fund-Investment Account
115 Natural Calamities Unspent Marginal Money Fund
116 Natural Calamities Unspent Marginal Money Fund-Investment Account
117 Employees Welfare Fund (Andhra Pradesh State)

Notes:

(1) This minor head will record transactions on account of General Reserve Funds of Government commercial departments such as the General Reserve Fund of Light Houses and Lightships, and Deposits of other Reserve Funds of Government commercial undertakings. Each fund may be recorded under a distinct sub-head.

(2) These funds has been set up to even out the fluctuating burden of pension payments over the years, that will otherwise arise.

(3) See Note (1) below major head "8116. Revenue Reserve Funds."

(4) These minor heads will include also the transactions on account of the Contingency Reserve Funds of the Nuclear Power Schemes. For this purpose a separate sub-head may be opened for the Contingency Reserve Fund of each Nuclear Power Station.

   

(b) Reserve Funds not Bearing Interest

    

MAJOR / SUB-MAJOR HEADS MINOR HEADS

8222

Sinking Funds

01 Appropriation/or reduction or avoidance of Debt
101 Sinking Funds (1)
102 Other Appropriation (2)
02 Sinking Fund Investment Account (3)
101 Sinking Fund-Investment Account

Notes:

(1) This head is credited with the amount set apart each year for the sinking fund created for a loans by charge to "2048. Appropriation for Reduction or Avoidance of Debt" and with the profits realised on investment of balances in the Fund. The charges connected with the redemption of debt by direct discharge arc debited to the head "Internal Debt". On the maturity of the loan, the balance outstanding under this head is credited to the head "8680. Miscellaneous Government Account-Ledger Balance adjustment account".

In cases of securities purchased and cancelled before maturity, the purchase price of the securities is debited initially to "Sinking Fund Investment Account." On actual cancellation of the securities, the nominal value of the securities cancelled is debited to the head "Internal Debt' by contra credit to the 'Sinking Fund investment Account' to the extent of the original purchase price and loss or gain, due to difference between the purchase price and the face value of the securities is debited or Credited to this head (Sinking Fund). Simultaneously an amount equivalent to the nominal value of the securities cancelled is credited to "8680. Miscellaneous Government Account Ledger Balance Adjustment Account" by per contra debit to this head.

A Consolidated Sinking fund for all loans floated, instead of each individual Sinking Fund in respect of each such loan can be maintained at the option of the concerned Government provided contributions representing each loan are continued to all the Sinking Funds, the maintenance of which is obligatory under any law or any understanding given by the Govt in the case of any such loan.

(2) This head will be closed to "8680. Miscellaneous Government Account-Ledger Balance Adjustment Account".

(3) In cases where the amounts at credit of the Sinking Funds are invested, the amount expended on the purchase of securities should be debited to this head, which will be credited to the same extent when the securities are sold, and any profit or loss arising out of the investment being transferred to the head "Appropriation for Reduction or Avoidance of Debt-Sinking Funds". Interest realised on securities purchased on the investment account should be credited and any payment of advance interest on securities purchased on that account should be debited to the head 'Sinking Fund' unless the respective Governments decide that such receipt on interest and payment of advance interest on securities purchased will be taken to the revenue account under "0049 Interest Receipts /2049 Interest payments".

      


MAJOR/SUB-MAJOR HEADS MINOR HEADS

8223

Famine Relief Fund

101 Famine Relief Fund (1)
102 Famine Relief Fund-Investment Account (2)

Notes:

(1) In States where this statutory fund is styled under a different name such as " West Bengal Famine Insurance Fund" in West Bengal, the nomenclature of this minor head may be modified accordingly. When more than one fund other than this statutory fund is in operation in any State e.g. Famine Fund Deposit Account (Bihar) each such fund may be exhibited under a separate sub-head, below this minor head. The account of this fund may be exhibited under the following distinct sub-heads:-

Receipts

Transfers from the revenue account
Interest receipts.
Gain on realization of securities
Other receipts

Payments

Transfers to the revenue account.
Transfers to general balances for repayment of debt.
Transfers to the general balance for financing loans to cultivators etc.
Loss on realization of securities.
Other payments.

Wherever it is decided to transfer amount from this fund to general balance either for repayment of debt or for financing loans to cultivators etc. such amounts shall be debited to the sub-heads "Transfers to general balance for repayment of debt" and "Transfers to general balances for financing loans to cultivators etc." respectively by per contra credit to "8680. Miscellaneous Government Account-Ledger Balance Adjustment account".

(2) The sub-heads will be "Purchase of Securities" and "Sale of Securities".

(3) The term "Famine" is to be interpreted in the widest sense to cover Natural Calamities of all types such as floods, drought, earth-quakes etc.

     


MAJOR / SUB-MAJOR HEADS MINOR HEADS

8224

Central Road Fund(l)

 
101 Central Road Fund (1)

Notes:

(1) This fund is constituted out of the proceeds of excise and import duties on motor spirits earmarked for road development The amount sanctioned each year for transfer to this fund is credited to this head by contra debit to the major head'3054 Roads and Bridges' in the accounts of the Central Government. Out of this amount 80% is allocated to the States etc. and the balance 20% is retained by the Central Government as ordinary reserve to which is also added receipts accepted from other sources which are treated as Special Reserves.

The accounting procedure for allocations from this fund and expenditure therefrom is as under:-

A. Central Government and Union Tarritory Governments without Legislature Direct expenditure on roads etc. incurred and to be met out of the allocations from the Fund (Ordinary or Special) and the expenditure on the Roads wing of the Ministry of Transport are initially debited to major head "3054. Roads and Bridges' or any other appropriate head of account concerned and '3451 Secretariat-Economic Services' respectively. The debits under these heads are subsequently set off by transfer of equivalent amount from this fund.

B. State governments

The amounts allocated to the State Governments whether from the 80% allocation to the States or from the Reserves are debited in the Central Books to the major head '3601. Grants-in-aid to State Governments'. This head is relieved simultaneously by a deduct entry by transfer of equivalent amounts from this Fund. In the State Accounts, the amounts so received are credited to the major head'1601. Grants-in-aid from Central Government'. Out of these amounts, the allocations other than those from reserves, are credited to major head '8449. Other Deposits-Subventions from Central Road Fund', by per contra debit to the major head 3054. Roads and Bridges' or any other appropriate head of account concerned. Such of the expenditure under this major head as is to be met out of the allocations other than those from the Reserves, is set-off by transfer of the equivalent amounts from the deposit head mentioned above.

C. Union Territories with Legislature

The amounts sanctioned to the Union Territories with Legislature are debited in the accounts of the Central Government to the major head '3602. Grants-in-aid to Union Territory Government'. This head is relieved simultaneously by transfer of equivalent amounts from this fund.

In the books of the Union Territory Governments with Legislature these grants are credited under the major head'1601. Grants-in-aid from Central Government. The expenditure in reimbursement of which these grants are made, is debited to the Major head '3054. Roads and Bridges'.

       


MAJOR / SUB-MAJOR HEADS MINOR HEADS

8225

Roads and Bridges Fund

01 National Highways Permanent Bridges Fees Fund (1)
101 National Highways Permanent Bridges Fees Fund
02 State Roads and Bridges Fund
101 Stale Roadand Bridges Fund
102 State Road and Bridges Fund-Investment Account

Notes :

(I) This Fund is constituted out of the proceeds of levy of fees for services rendered relating to the use of permanent Bridges costing more than Rs. 25 lakhs each, completed and opened to traffic on or after 1st April, 1976 on National highways. The proceeds from the fees shall initially form part of the consolidated Fund of India under the major head "1054". The expenditure incurred by the State/U.T. Governments for collection of fees shall be reimbursed to that Govt. at actuals for each bridge subject to a maximum limit of 12% of the total collections effected within the State/UT and shall be debited to the sub-head " Cost of collection of fees payable to State Govt./U.T. Govt." below the major and minor heads "3054 Roads and Bridges -Fees on National Highways permanent Bridges"

A sum equal to the amount estimated to be received during a year shall be provided for transfer to the Fund Account by contra debit to the major head "3054 Roads and Bridges" in the account of the Central Govt. Similarly, the debit initially appearing in accounts on account of cost of collection below the major head "3054" referred to above shall also be relieved by debit to the Fund Account by contra credit to the major head "3054". The procedure prescribed in para 3.4 of the General Direction shall be followed for this purpose. The amount outstanding to the credit of the Fund will be allocated by the Central Govt. for development of National Highways in the State and Union Territory Govts. and the amount so allocated shall, as far as possible, be equal to the net fees collected in the respective States/UTs under these Rules.

The allocation so made to the States and Union Territory Govts. shall be over and above the normal plan allocation which shall be augmented to the extent of net proceeds as stated above. The proceeds of the fees remaining unutilised at the end of a financial year shall not lapse at the close of that financial year but shall be available for being utilised during subsequent year or years against the individual works to be approved by the Central Government.

    


MAJOR / SUB-MAJOR HEADS MINOR HEADS

8226

Depreciation/Renewal Reserve Fund

101 Depreciation Reserve Funds of Govt. Commercial Departments/Undertakings (1)
102 Depreciation Reserve Funds of Govt. Non-Commercial Departments (1) (2)

Notes :

(1) Please see Note (2) below the Major head'8115'. Depreciation/Renewal Reserve Funds'.

(2) This minor head is intended to record the transactions on account of Depreciation Reserve Funds of Non-commercial Departments of Governments like the Government Presses.

     


MAJOR / SUB-MAJOR HEADS MINOR HEADS

8228

Revenue Reserve Funds

101 Revenue Reserve Funds (1)
102 Revenue Reserve Funds-Investment Account

Note:

(1) The minor head is intended to record such funds as 'Special Revenue Reserve Fund (Gujarat)' and similar other temporary Revenue Reserve Funds, if any, in other States, which should be distinctly recorded under sub-heads below this minor head.

     


MAJOR / SUB-MAJOR HEADS MINOR HEADS

8229

Development and Welfare Funds

101 Development Funds For Educational Purposes (1)
102 Development Funds For Medical and Public Health Purposes (2)
103 Development Funds For Agricultural Purposes (3)
104 Development Funds For Animal Husbandry Purposes (9)
105 Sugar Development Fund
106 Industrial Development Funds (5)
107 Funds for Development of Milk Supply
108 Mining Areas Development Funds
109 Cooperative Development Funds (4)
110 Electricity Development Funds (6)
111 Capital Construction Funds
112 Port Development Funds
113 Port Development Funds-Investment Account
114 Mines Welfare Funds (7)
115 Cine- Workers Welfare Fund
116 Kutch Benevolent Funds
117 National Bio-Technological Core Fund
118 National Science and Technology Enterpreneurship Development Fund
119 Employment Guarantee Fund
120 Customs and Central Excise Welfare Fund
121 Performance Award Fund
122 Customs and Central Excise Special Fund for acquisition of and smuggling equipment etc
123 Consumer Welfare Fund (10)
124 National Fund for Control of Drug Abuse.
125 Central Resource Pool for Development of North Eastern Region
200 Other Development and Welfare Fund (8)

Notes:

(1) This minor head will include funds like "University Fund', "Library Funds', "Scholarship Fund', 'Education Cess Fund', 'Non - Government Schools and Colleges Loan Fund (Assam),' 'Fund for Development of Hindi and other State Languages' etc., which would be recorded under distinct sub-heads. Where any such fund is invested, the corresponding investments should also be exhibited under a distinct sub-head.

(2) This head includes funds like 'Hospital Funds' Fund for Research and development of Haffkine Institute', Fund for development of Water Supply (Madras)' etc., which should be recorded under distinct sub-heads. Where any of the funds are invested, the corresponding investment should also be exhibited under distinct sub-head.

(3) This includes "State Agricultural credit Relief and Guarantee Fund', "Sugar Cane Cess Fund', etc. which should be recorded under distinct sub-heads. Where any of the funds are invested, the corresponding investments should also be exhibited under distinct sub-heads.

(4) This includes 'State Co-operative Development Fund'.

(5) Includes 'Industrial Loan Fund', Industrial Research and Development Fund', 'Cotton Textile Fund' 'Reserve Fund for protection of Sugar Industry' etc. as distinct sub-heads. If any of these funds are invested, the investment accounts should be exhibited under distinct sub-heads.

(6) Includes 'Special Reserve Fund-Electricity', 'Special Reserve Fund-Electricity Investment Account', etc. as distinct sub-heads.

(7) "Mica Mines Welfare Fund", "Coal Mines Labour Housing and General Welfare Fund", "Coal Mines Central Rescue Station Fund", "Kerala Mining Areas Welfare Fund" "Salt Mines Welfare Fund" etc. will appear as distinct sub heads under this minor head.

(8) Includes 'Defence Modernisation Fund', Mandi Development Fund', "Special Development and Reserve Fund (Mysore)', 'Village Development Fund', 'Fund for village reconstruction and Harijan uplift', 'Teachers gratuity fund', "Fund for the benefit of cotton growers', 'Fishermen's relief fund', 'Rood and Fire emergency fund', 'Sugar Research and Labour Housing Fund', 'Fund for the promotion of education amongst the educationally backward classes', etc., as distinct sub-heads.

(9) Includes 'world food programme-maize Fund' as a distinct sub-head.

(10) The debits to Consumer Welfare Fund under this head on this account may be adjusted by per -contra credit to sub-head 'Deduct - Amount met from Consumer Welfare Fund' under the minor head 'Transfer from reserve funds' below major heads, 3456, 3601 & 3602 which may be opened according to the need.

[Refer Correction Slip No. 184, 190 and 342]

   


MAJOR / SUB-MAJOR HEADS MINOR HEADS

8235

General and other Reserve Funds

101 General Reserve Funds of Government Commercial Departments/ Undertakings
102 Zamindari Abolition Fund
103 Religious and Charitable Endowment Funds
104 Railway Safety Works Fund
105 General Insurance Fund (1)
106 General Insurance Fund-Investment Account (1)
107 Ethyl Alcohol Storage Facilities Fund
108 Ethyl Alcohol effluent Disposal facility Fund
110 Food Grains Reserve Fund
111 Calamity Relief Fund
112 Calamity Relief Fund - Investment Account.
113 National Renewal Funds
114 State Renewal Fund (4)
115 Telecom Regulatory Authority of India General Fund
200 Other Funds (2)
201 Other Funds-Investment Account (3)

Notes:

(1) Transactions relating to "Motor Vehicles (Third Party) Insurance Fund' and the corresponding investments should be shown under distinct sub-heads. Also includes transactions pertaining to the following funds which should be recorded under distinct sub heads.
(i) Emergency Risks (Goods) Insurance Fund, 1962
(") Emergency Risks (Factories) Insurance Fund, 1962
(iii) Emergency Risks (Goods) Insurance Fund, 1971
(iv) Emergency Risks (Undertakings) Insurance Fund, 1971
(V) War Risks (Marine Hulls) Re-insurance Fund, 1971
(2) Includes the following funds, which should be recorded under distinct sub-heads.
(i) Publication Fund (Assam).
(ii) Magh Mela Fund (U.P)
(iii) Nazul Fund (Lucknow).
(iv) Motor transport Reserve Fund.
(v) State Equalisation Fund.
(vi) Silver Redemption Fund.
(3) investments' in respect of the various funds referred to in Note (2) if any, should be recorded under distinct subheads under this minor head.
(4) The nomenclature of the minor head shall contain the name of the state or Union Territory, as the case may be.

[Refer Correction Slip No. 154, 208, 290 and 360]