Accounts at a Glance
2010-11
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Controller General of Accounts
Department of Expenditure
Ministry of Finance

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Accounts at a Glance
2010-11
CONTENTS
Introduction
3
Overview
4
Significant Accounting Policies
9
Financial Statements
14
Receipts
17
Expenditure
21
Debt And Other Liabilities
25
Appropriation Accounts
30
Appendices
33
1. Ten Year Summary
35
2. Statement of Non-Tax Revenues
37
3. Statement of Commercial Receipts
38
4. Expenditure on Major Plan Schemes with Budget
39
support of over `1,000 crores
5. Statement of Non Plan Expenditure
42
6. Expenditure on Pay and Allowances
44
7. Statement of Subsidies
50
8. Expenditure of Ministries and Departments
54
9. Maturity Profile of Interest Bearing Market Loans
69
10. Grants/Appropriations involving savings
70
of ` 100 crores and above

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Accounts at a Glance
2010-11
Introduction
Article 150 of the Constitution provides for maintenance of the Government
accounts “in such form as the President may, on the advice of the
Comptroller & Auditor General, prescribe”. The executive powers to prescribe
the form and content of accounts are the responsibilities of the Controller
General of Accounts (CGA), Ministry of Finance under the Allocation of
Business Rules. CGA has also been entrusted with the responsibility of
preparation of Finance Accounts and Appropriation Accounts (Civil) of the
Union Government.
Finance Accounts comprising the accounts of the Union Government as a
whole incorporating transactions of Civil Ministries and Non Civil Ministries,
i.e., Defence, Post and Railways are being compiled by the Controller
General of Accounts. They contain Union Government’s annual financial
statements, including the accounts of receipts and outgoings from the
Consolidated Fund of India, the Public Accounts, the accounts of public
debt, other liabilities and assets as recorded in the Accounts.
Article 114 of the Constitution prescribes that “No money shall be withdrawn
from the Consolidated Fund of India except under appropriation made by
law passed in accordance with the provisions of this article”. Appropriation
Accounts are prepared to show compliance by the Government Departments
with the appropriations provided by Parliament under various demands.
Explanations are provided for significant variances (both excesses and
savings) between the original Demand and final appropriation and actual
expenditure. The Appropriation Accounts incorporating transaction of all
Civil Ministries are being compiled by the Controller General of Accounts
for presentation in Parliament. The Appropriation Accounts of Non-Civil
Ministries are being prepared by the respective Departments / Ministries.
During the year 2010-11, the Controller General of Accounts prepared
Finance Accounts of Union Government. Appropriation Accounts are
prepared for Civil Ministries having 5 Appropriations and 93 Grants.
The Accounts at a Glance has been prepared to provide a summarized
view of the financial performance as detailed in the Finance Accounts and
Appropriation Accounts (Civil) for the year 2010-11, which contain audited
financial statements of the Government.

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Overview
Receipt, Expenditure & Deficit*
During the year 2010-11, total receipts which include borrowings were
`1,197,329 crores. Gross Tax receipts were `789,172 crores, out of which
`219,303 crores (27.79%) were transferred to States and Union Territories
as their share of taxes. The net tax revenue retained by the Centre was
`569,869 crores. Total non-debt receipts (net of devolution) of
the Government were ` 823,737 crores.
Total Government expenditure from Consolidated Fund of India was
` 1,197,328 crores. Out of which, revenue expenditure was `1,040,723 crores
(87%) and capital expenditure was `156,605 crores (13%). Share of Plan
expenditure and non plan expenditure in the total expenditure was 32%
(` 379,065 crores), and 68 % (` 818,263 crores) respectively.
Financial Highlights 2010-11
(` Crores)
Description
R.E.
Actuals
Actuals
Year to
Year
2010-11
2010-11
2009-10 Growth
1
Revenue Receipts
783,833
788,471
572,811
38%
2
Tax Revenue (Net to Centre)
563,685
569,869
456,536
25%
3
Non-Tax Revenue
220,148
218,602
116,275
88%
4
Capital Receipts
31,745
35,266
33,194
6%
5
Recoveries of Loans
9,001
12,420
8,612
44%
6
Other Receipts
22,744
22,846
24,582
-7%
7
Total Receipts (1+4)
815,578
823,737
606,005
36%
8
Non-Plan Expenditure
821,552
818,263
721,095
13%
9
On Revenue Account
726,749
726,491
657,923
10%
10 Interest Payments
240,757
234,022
213,093
10%
11 On Capital Account
94,803
91,772
63,172
45%
12 Plan Expenditure
395,024
379,065
303,393
25%
13 On Revenue Account
326,928
314,232
253,887
24%
14 On Capital Account
68,096
64,833
49,506
31%
15 Total Expenditure (8+12)
1,216,576 1,197,328
1,024,488
17%
16 Revenue Expenditure (9+13) 1,053,677
1,040,723
911,810
14%
17 Capital Expenditure (11+14)
162,899
156,605
112,678
39%
18 Revenue Deficit (16-1)
269,844
252,252
338,999
-26%
19 Fiscal Deficit [15-7]
400,998
373,591
418,483
-11
20 Primary Deficit (19-10)
160,241
139,569
205,390
-32%
* Figures of receipts and expenditures shown in this document (Except those in the chapters
“Financial Statements” and “ Debt & other Liabilities” ) have been netted as per the Budget
Documents.

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Over the last decade, Gross Tax Revenues of the Government have
increased almost four and a quarter times from ` 187,060 crores [2001-02]
to `789,172 crores [2010-11]. In terms of GDP, Gross Tax Revenue during
2010-11 was 10.28% of GDP. Non-Tax Revenues have declined from 3% of
GDP in 2001-02 to 2.85% in 2010-11.
Revenue Expenditure has increased from the last year. In terms of
percentage of GDP, however, it was 13.56% of GDP as compared to 14.79%
during previous year. Capital expenditure was 2.04% of GDP in 2010-11.

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The net receipts of the Centre were sufficient to meet only 69% of the
total expenditure, leaving a deficit of ` 373,591crores. The Revenue deficit
for the year was `252,252 crores. In terms of GDP, Fiscal deficit was
4.87% of GDP and Revenue Deficit was 3.29% of GDP.
Sources of Financing the Deficit
The deficit of ` 373,591crores was financed mainly from Internal Debt of
`329,275 crores and External Debt of `23,556 crores. During the year
there was a decrease in Cash Balance for ` 9,167 crores.
Financing of Deficit
(` Crores)
Description
2010-11
2009-10
Internal Debt
329,725
88%
304,844
70%
Market Loans
325,414
99%
408,424
98%
Treasury Bills
7,759
2%
(-)9,769
(-)2%
Compensation and Other Bonds
(-)7,726
(-)2%
(-)8,775
(-)2%
Others
4,278
1% (-)85,036
(-)23%
External Debt including Revolving fund
23,556
6%
11,037
3%
Cash Draw Down
9,167
3%
84,640
20%
Public Account
11,143
3%
30,020
7%
Total Financing
373,591
100% 418,483
100%

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* External Debt (`157,639 Crores) has been taken at historical value. If it were to be taken at
current value (` 278,877 Crores) the figure for Public Debt as on 31st March 2011 would
be ` 2,945,992 Crores.
** Total liability of Central Government on account of Small Savings, PF etc. as on 31-3-2011
is ` 985,258 crores. Out of this, investment of ` 526,062 crores has been made in Special
State Govt. Securities and `1,500 crores in IIFCL leaving net outstanding liability of `457,696
crores on this account.
Debt & other Liabilities
During the year, Government contracted fresh debt of ` 3,177,106 crores
and discharged past debt to the extent of ` 2,814,774 crores. The net result
was an increase in public debt by ` 362,332 crores. The total stock of debt
outstanding as on 31.3.2011 was ` 2,824,754 crores. Total interest bearing
obligations at the end of 2010-11 were ` 3,352,871 crores and total liabilities
were ` 3,411,211 crores.
Changes in Debt & other Liabilities
(` Crores)
Description
01-Apr-10 Additions Discharges 31-Mar-11 Increase/
Decrease
Debt*
2,462,422
3,177,106
2,814,774 2,824,754
362,332
Small Savings, PF etc. **
463,826
403,485
409,615
457,696
(-)6,130
Other Interest Bearing
72,875
40,429
42,883
70,421
(-)2,454
Obligations
Other Non Interest Bearing
46,578
185,745
173,983
58,340
11,762
Obligations
Total Debt & Other Liabilities
3,045,701 3,806,765 3,441,255 3,411,211 365,510
In the last 10 years, Public Debt [at current value] has grown over two and
a half fold from ` 1,112,957 crores in 2001-02 to ` 2,945,992 crores in 2010-
11. In terms of GDP, Public Debt [at current value] has decreased from
48.5% of GDP in 2001-02 to 38.39% of GDP at the end of 2010-11. At the
end of 2010-11, Internal debt was 34.75% of GDP and External Debt [at
current value] was 3.63% of GDP.
Ten year summary of Reciepts and Expenditures. Public Debt and other Liabilities is
placed at Appendix-1.

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Sources and Application of Funds
During the year 2010-11, Government raised revenues of `823,737 crores
(net of devolution to States & Union Territories) and debt of `3,168,055
crores. Total funds received in the Consolidated Fund of India were, thus,
`3,991,792 crores. Out of this `2,814,774 crores were utilized to repay
past debt and `1,197,328 crores were spent on Government’s current
activities. This resulted in a deficit of `20,310 crores on Consolidated
Fund of India, which decreased the Govt. Cash Balance by `9,167 crores.
Sources and Application of Funds
(` Crores)
Sources
Application
2010-11
2009-10
2010-11
2009-10
Revenues
823,737
606,005 Expenditure
1,197,3281,024,488
Tax
569,869
456,536 Plan
379,065
303,393
Non Tax
218,602
116,275 Non Plan
818,264
721,095
Non-debt Capital
35,266
33,194 Interest Payment
234,022
213,093
Other Sources
3,188,366 3,504,275 Other Applications 2,814,774 3,085,792
Fresh Debt
3,168,055
3,401,673 Debt Repayment
2,814,774 3,085,792
Internal*
3,132,725
3,379,496 Internal
2,803,000 3,074,652
External
35,330
22,177 External
11,774
11,140
Cash Draw Down
9,167
84,640
Public Account
11,143
17,962
Total
4,012,102
4,110,280 Total
4,012,102
4,110,280
Compared to previous year, Government receipts increased by 36%. Tax
receipts increased by 25% whereas Non Tax Receipts increased by 88%.
Government expenditure increased by 17%. Capital Expenditure has
increased by 39% over the previous year whereas revenue expenditure
incresed only by 14% over the previous year. Plan expenditure increased
by 25% and Non Plan expenditure increased by 13%.
* Net of Securities issued to IMF (` 9,051 crores)

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Significant Accounting Policies
Reporting Entity
The financial statements and accounts presented herewith pertain to the
Government of India and Union Territories of Andaman & Nicobar Islands,
Chandigarh, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu and Lakshadweep.
Accounts of other public entities such as State Governments, other Union
Territories, Government owned business enterprises, Autonomous Bodies
etc. are not included.
Accounts have been prepared in accordance with the Constitutional
provisions under Article 151(1).
Form & Content of Accounts
Article 150 of the Constitution provides for maintenance of the Government
accounts “in such form as the President may, on the advice of the
Comptroller & Auditor General, prescribe”. The executive powers to prescribe
the form and content of accounts are delegated to the Controller General
of Accounts, Ministry of Finance under the Allocation of Business Rules.
In exercise of these powers Government Accounting Rules, 1990 have been
framed, which lay down the general principles of Government accounting.
The manner in which public financial resources are to be managed is also
prescribed in the Constitution. In accordance with the provisions of Article
266, all Government revenues, including loans raised by the government
and proceeds from lending operations are credited to the Consolidated
Fund of India (CFI) and all other moneys received by the Government are
credited to Public Account. All Government expenditures are met from the
Consolidated Fund of India.
A Contingency Fund, with a corpus of ` 500 crores, is also maintained as
an imprest with the Government for meeting unforeseen expenditures
pending authorization from Parliament.
Appropriation of moneys out of the CFI is done in accordance with the
Constitutional provisions contained in Articles 112 to 117.
Cash Basis of Accounting
Accounts of the Government are maintained on cash basis. Revenues and
expenditures are recognized in the period in which they are collected or
paid for. Amounts due to or due by the Government during the period are
not recognized.
The Government accounts mainly record:
(a) cash flows into and out of Government cash balance maintained by
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(b) stock of Government’s liabilities (Public Debt and transactions on Public
Account) and financial assets (Loans & Advances), and
(c) certain non-cash transactions (Inter-fund transfers between
Consolidated Fund, Contingency Fund and Public Account, in-kind
external assistance, write off of losses and conversion of past loans into
grants etc.).
The financial statements and accounts are maintained under the historical
cost convention. The external debt has been shown at the exchange rate
applicable at the time of contracting the debt. Similarly, Government
financial investments (Equity and Loans) are shown at their historical
value. No provision is made for impairments to the value of such assets.
The basis of accounting being cash, physical assets are not depreciated or
amortized. The losses or write-offs of the physical assets at the end of
their life are also not recognized or expensed.
The financial statements presented here do not include the liability of the
Government towards superannuation benefits of those Government
employees, who are covered under the defined benefit scheme of pension
and are paid on ‘Pay As You Go’ basis.
Accounting Period
The accounts follow an annual budgetary cycle of April to March.
Currency
Accounts are maintained in Indian Rupees. Foreign currency transactions
(both receipts and payments) are also recorded in Indian Rupees at
applicable conversion rates.
Revenue & Capital Receipts/Expenditure
Revenue receipts include all tax and non-tax receipts, except those resulting
from sale of assets.
Revenue expenditures are expenditures that are recurring in nature and
are supposed to be met out of revenue receipts. Transfer payments to
State Governments and other entities, including those meant for asset
creation by the recipient, are also treated as revenue expenditures.
Capital receipts mainly include sale proceeds of government assets,
including those realized from divestment of Government equity in PSUs.
Capital Expenditures are those that are incurred with the objective of
increasing concrete assets of a material and permanent character. These
include expenditures incurred on acquisition of immovable assets,
machinery and equipment and Government equity investments. Debt
operations of the Government are also treated as capital expenditures.
Exchange Variations
Foreign loans are recorded at the historical exchange rate, i.e. the
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of such loans are also recorded at the exchange rates prevalent at the
time of repayments. The loss/gain on external loans due to exchange
variation is expensed to “8680-Misc. Government Account” after the loan
is fully paid off.
External Assistance
External aid in the form of aid material, equipment or other supplies is
also recognized at the value of such aid and recorded as receipts. Allocation
of such material for use by Government departments or disbursal as grants-
in-aid to other entities is recorded as revenue expenditure.
Accounting Standards
The statement on guarantees is compliant with the relevant ‘Indian
Government Accounting Standards’ relating to disclosure requirements on
Guarantees.
Fiscal Deficit
The fiscal deficit is the difference between the government’s total expenditure
and its total receipts (excluding borrowing). The elements of the fiscal deficit
are (a) the revenue deficit, which is the difference between the government’s
current (or revenue) expenditure and total current receipts (that is, excluding
borrowing) and (b) capital expenditure. Fiscal deficit can be financed by borrowing
from the Reserve Bank of India (which is also called deficit financing or
money creation) and market borrowing (from the money market that is mainly
from banks).
Primary Deficit
The Fiscal deficit minus interest payment gives Primary Deficit. It can be
interpreted as the excess non-interest expenditure of the Government over
receipts.
Plan and Non-Plan Expenditure
Non-Plan expenditure is a generic term, which is used to cover all expenditure
of the Government which are of obligatory in nature e.g. interest payments,
pensionary charges and statutory transfers to State and Union Territory
Governments. A part of the expenditure relates to essential functions of the
state e.g. Defence, Internal Security, external affairs and revenue collection.
All other expenditure is Plan expenditure. It may either Revenue expenditure
or Capital expenditure.
Ways and Means Advances (WMA)
The Reserve Bank of India provides Ways and Means Advances (WMA) to the
State Governments to help them to tide over temporary mismatches in the
cash flow of their receipts and payments. Such advances, are under the RBI
Act, ‘..repayable in each case not later than three months from the date of
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RE/BE/Actuals
The BE (Budget Estimates) is the expenditure and receipt provision of the
Government for the financial year commencing from 1st April of that year
which is usually presented in the Parliament shortly before the
commencement of the financial year. In the Budget Document of an year the
RE i.e. Revised Estimates for the previous year are also depicted which are
more or less the actual estimated expenditure of the government. However
the actual expenditure or Actuals is compiled after taking into account the
exact expenditure made by the Government for the year and is depicted in
the Finance Accounts and Appropriation Accounts.
Borrowings
The Government resorts to borrowings from Internal and External sources
known as Public Debt to finance the deficit of the Government. In addition to
this the Public Account is also a source of finance to Government’s Deficit.
The Internal borrowing mainly comprises Market Loans.
Structure of Accounts
Government accounts are kept in the following three parts: -
I.
Consolidated Fund Of India
All revenues received by Government by way of taxation like income tax,
central excise, custom, land revenue (tax revenues) and other receipts
flowing to Government in connection with the conduct of Government
business like receipts from Railways, Posts, Transport etc. (non-tax
revenues) are credited into the Consolidated Fund. Similarly, all loans
raised by Government by issue of Public notification, treasury bills (internal
debt) and loans obtained from foreign governments and international
monetary institutions (external debt) and all moneys received by
Government in repayment of loans and interest thereon are also credited
into this Fund. All expenditure incurred by the Government for the conduct
of its business including repayment of internal and external debt and
release of loans to States/Union Territory Governments for various purposes
is debited against this Fund.
CFI transactions are classified using functional classification divided into
functions and programs [largely conforming to plan heads of development
but for Constitutional and other requirements] with a 6-tier hierarchical
structure as follows:
Major Head – representing a major function of the Government.
Sub-Major Head – representing a sub-function of the Government.
Minor Head – representing a program of the Government.
Sub Head – representing a scheme.
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Object Head – for the object of expenditure [e.g. salaries, office
expenses].
Expenditure transactions are also classified into ‘Plan’ or ‘Non-Plan’
expenditures and ‘Voted’ or ‘Charged’ expenditures.
II. Contingency Fund Of India
This is in the nature of an imprest and is kept at the disposal of the
President of India to enable the Government to meet unforeseen expenditure
pending its authorization by the Parliament. The money is to be used to
provide immediate relief to victims of natural calamities and also to
implement any new policy decision taken by the Government pending its
approval by the Parliament. In all such cases, after Parliament convenes
in the next session, a Bill is presented indicating the total expenditure to
be incurred on the scheme/ project during the current financial year.
After the bill is voted by Parliament, the money already spent out of the
Contingency Fund is recouped by debiting the expenditure to the concerned
functional Major Head etc. in the Consolidated Fund of India.
III. Public Account Of India
All Public Moneys received by Government other than those, which are to
be credited to the Consolidated Fund of India, are accounted for under the
Public Account. The receipts into the Public Account and disbursements
out of it are not subject to vote by Parliament. Receipts under this account
mainly flow from the sale of Savings Certificates, contributions into General
Provident Fund and Public Provident Fund, Security Deposits and Earnest
Money Deposits received by the Government. In respect of such receipts,
the Government acts as a Banker or Trustee and refunds the money after
completion of the contract/event. The Public Account also includes various
suspense and remittance heads.
Transaction on Public Account are recorded as receipts and disbursements
and classified into the following broad categories:
Small Savings
Reserve Funds
Deposits & Advances
Suspense & Misc.
Remittances
Cash Balance

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* Represents cumulative deficit and surplus of the past years
Financial Statements
Statement of Financial Position
(` Crores)
March 31, 2011
March 31, 2010
LIABILITIES
3,405,813
3,037,232
A. Public Debt
2,824,754
2,462,422
1. Internal Debt
2,667,115
2,328,339
2. External Debt
157,639
134,083
B. Contingency Fund
500
500
C. Liabilities on Public Account
(Net of investments/ advances)
580,559
574,310
1. Reserve Funds
21,617
20,670
2. Deposits and Advances
101,246
89,815
3. Small Savings, Provident Funds etc.
457,696
463,825
ASSETS
3,405,813
3,037,232
A. Cash & Cash Equivalent
17,865
28,797
1. Cash Balance
1,449
10,616
2. Short Term Cash Investment
16,416
18,181
B. Other Financial Assets
508,416
467,769
1. Equity Investments in PSUs
328,307
286,920
2. Loans and Advances
228,656
219,666
a. States/ UTs
145,019
144,047
b. PSUs
83,637
75,619
3 Suspense and Miscellaneous
(-)48,547
(-)38,817
C. Accumulated Deficit*
2,879,532
2,540,666
Source: Union Government Finance Accounts(2010-11)

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Operating Statement
(` Crores)
2010-11
2009-10
Receipts
Revenue Account
932,686
704,523
Tax Revenue
574,005
459,696
Non-Tax Revenue
356,008
241,686
Grants-in-aid
2,673
3,141
Other Receipts
22,846
24,581
Disinvestment of PSU
1,676
2,233
Others
21,170
22,348
Total Receipts
955,532
729,104
Expenditure
Revenue Account
1,186,115
1,057,479
General Services
454,561
429,839
Social Services
121,965
100,324
Economic Services
449,838
384,381
Grants-in-aid
159,751
142,935
Capital Account
103,742
86,316
General Services
70,933
58,315
Social Services
3,968
3,570
Economic Services
28,841
24,431
Miscellaneous
4,541
44
Total Expenditure
1,294,398
1,143,839
Prior Period Adjustments
2,398
3,694
Deficit*
338,866
418,429
* Deficit is carried forward to the Statement of Financial Position and shown as Accumulated
Deficit
Source: Union Government Finance Accounts(2010-11)

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Statement of Receipts and Disbursements
(` Crores)
2010-11
2009-10
Receipts
4,868,813
4,807,565
Consolidated Fund of India
4,161,891
4,147,164
Tax Revenue
574,005
459,696
Non Tax Revenue
356,008
241,686
Grants in aid & contributions
2,673
3,141
Misc. Capital Receipts
22,846
24,581
Public Debt
3 ,177,106
3,405,327
Loans & Advances
29,253
12,733
Contingency Fund of India
0
0
Public Account
706,922
660,401
Small Savings, Provident Fund
403,485
378,377
Reserve Funds
120,833
101,421
Deposits & Advances
157,701
167,052
Suspense & Misc.
18,762
9,247
Remittances
6,141
4,304
Disbursements
4,877,980
4,892,205
Consolidated Fund of India
4,182,201
4,260,072
General Services
454,561
429,839
Social Services
121,965
100,324
Economic Services
449,838
384,381
Grants in aid & contributions
159,751
142,935
Capital Outlay
140,671
100,686
Repayment of Debt
2,814,774
3,085,792
Loans & Advances
40,641
16,115
Transfer to Contingency Fund of India
0
0
Public Account
695,779
632,133
Small Savings, Provident Fund
409,615
342,105
Reserve Funds
119,886
114,998
Deposits & Advances
146,269
161,855
Suspense & Misc.
14,209
12,022
Remittances
5,800
1,153
Receipts Over Disbursements
(-)9,167
(-)84,640
Opening Cash Balance
10,616
95,256
Closing Cash Balance
1,449
10,616
Source: Union Government Finance Accounts (2010-11).

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Receipts
Receipts of the Government are classified into Revenue Receipts and
Non-Debt Capital Receipts. Revenue Receipts include Tax Revenues and
Non-Tax Revenues. During the year 2010-11, Tax Revenues constituted
about 69% of the total Government non-debt receipts. Remaining revenues
come from Non Tax Revenues (27%) and Non Debt Capital Receipts (4%).
Corporation Tax, Income Tax, Cutoms & Union Excise continues to be the
biggest revenue sources for the Government, contributing nearly 62% of
the total Government non-debt receipts. Corporation Tax (26%),Union
Excise Duties [13%], Customs (12%), Income Tax (11%), Interest (4%) and
Dividend (6%) are the major contributors to non-debt Government receipts.
The total GOI receipts
[net of devolution of taxes
to the States] for the year
2010-11 were `823,737
crores - an increase of
`217,735 crores [36%]
over the previous year.
Tax Revenues increased
by 25% from 456,536
crores to `569,869 crores
while Non-Tax Revenue
increased by 88% from
`116,275 crores to
`218,602 crores. Other
receipts of the Govern-
ment during 2010-11
mainly comprise of an
amount of `20,601 crores
received on account
of premium on disinves-
tment of PSUs.
Non Debt Receipts
(` Crores)
Description
2010-11 2009-10 Growth
Tax Revenue
569,869 456,536 25 %
Non-Tax Revenue
218,602 116,275
88%
Other Receipts
35,266
33,194
6%
Total Non Debt Receipts 823,737
606,005
36%
CFI Receipts (2010-11)

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Accounts at a Glance
Tax Revenue
Tax Revenue collections (net to Centre) have gone up from `456,536 crores
in 2009-10 to `569,869 crores in 2010-11 - an increase of `113,333 crores
[25%]. Major increases were seen in Customs (63%), Wealth tax (36%),
Union Excise Duties(34%), Corporation tax (22%), Service Tax(22%) and
Income Tax (14%), whereas decrease were seen in Fringe Benefit Tax
(93%) and Banking Cash Transactions (36%).
Tax Revenues
(` Crores)
Description
2010-11
2009-10
YTY
Devolution
Devolution
Growth on
Gross
to States*
Net
Gross
to States
Net
Gross Tax
1 Corporation Tax
298,688
85,851
212,837 244,725
67,928 176,797
22%
2 Income Tax
139,102
45,367
93,735 122,370
37,839
84,531
14%
3 Interest Tax
4
-
4
4
-
4
0%
4 Fringe Benefit Tax
168
-
168
2,360
-
2,360
(-)93%
5 Expenditure Tax
29
-
29
(-)62
(-)62
6 Wealth Tax
687
176
511
505
154
505
36%
7 Securities Transactions
7,155
-
7,155
7,394
-
7,394
(-)3%
8 Banking Cash Transactions
158
-
158
247
-
247
(-)36%
9 Customs
135,813
38408
97,405
83,324
23,101
60,223
63%
10 Union Excise Duties
137,701
27,940
109,761 102,991
18,608
84,383
34%
11 Service Tax
71,016
21,561
49,455
58,422
17,202
41,220
22%
12 Other Taxes
569
-
569
634
634
(-)10%
13 Taxes of Union Territories
1,982
-
1,982
1,614
-
1,488
23%
14 Surcharge transferred to
NCCF
(-)3,900
-
(-)3,900 (-)3,160
- (-)3,160
23%
Total Tax Revenue
789,172
219,303
569869 621,368
164,832 456,536
27 %
Non-Tax Revenue
Non-Tax revenue of the Government mainly accrues in the form of Interest
Receipts, Dividends and Profits from Public Enterprises and fees/ charges
for providing various services. Non-Tax Revenue collections increased by
`102,328 crores [88%] from `116,275 crores in 2009-10 to `218,602 crores
during 2010-11.
Non-Tax Revenues
(` Crores)
Description
2010-11
2009-10 YTY Growth
(%)
Interest Receipts
19,718
21,784
(-)9%
Dividends and Profits
47,991
50,250
(-)4%
Non- Tax Revenue of UTs
1,097
1,218
(-)10%
Other Non-Tax Revenue
149,796
43,023
248%
Total Non-Tax Revenue
218,602
116,275
88%

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Accounts at a Glance
Interest Receipts (Gross)
Interest receipts is one of the main sources of Non Tax Revenues to
Government. Interest mainly comes from the State/Union Territory
Governments on account of loans extended to them by the Union
Government. This alone forms 30% of the total interest receipts. Railways
(14%) and Public Sector Undertakings (17%) are other significant
contributors.
Total interest receipts (Gross) during 2010-11 were `35,299 crores, which
was marginally lower by `550 crores (1.53%) compared to previous year.
Interest receipts from Railways and States & UTs have come down
marginally by `602 crores and `947 crores respectively whereas interest
receipts from PSUs and other sources have increased by `584 crores and
`416 crores respectively.
Interest Receipts (Gross)
(` Crores)
Sources
2010-11
2009-10
2008-09
2007-08
States/ UTs
10,496
11,443
12,204
14,903
Railways
4,916
5,518
4,692
4,877
Departmental Commercial
161
162
163
166
Undertakings
Public Sector and other
5,966
5,382
2,314
3,541
Undertakings
Others
13,760
13,344
11,473
11,125
Total
35,299
35,849
30,846
34,612
Dividends
During 2010-11, dividends of `47,991 crores were received on investments
made by Government which was lower by 2,259 crores than what was
received during 2009-10.
Dividend - Major Sources
(` Crores)
Major Sources
2010-11
2009-10
2008-09 2007-08
Public Sector and other
24,695
20,198
19,788
20,712
Undertakings
LIC of India
1,031
929
829
829
Nationalized Banks
3,354
3,981
2,944
1,458
Reserve Bank of India
18,759
25,009 15,011
11,411

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Accounts at a Glance
Non Debt Capital Receipts
Non Debt Capital Receipts mainly comprise of sale proceeds of Government
assets, including disinvestment of Government holding in Public
Enterprises. During the year 2010-11 an amount of `1,676 crores was
received on account of Disinvestments of PSUs and an amount of ` 20,601
crores was received on account of Premium on disinvestment of PSUs.
Capital Receipts
(` Crores)
Source
2010-11
2009-10
2008-09 2007-08
Disinvestments of Public Sector and
other Undertakings.
1,676
2,233
22
4,387
Premium received on
Disinvestments of Public Sector and
other Undertakings
20,601
21,366
-
-
Other Capital Receipts
569
983
544
34,408
TOTAL
22,846
24,582
566
38,795
Statement showing Non-Tax Revenue of the Union Government and Statement of
Commercial Receipts are placed at Appendix-2 and Appendix-3 respectively.

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Accounts at a Glance
Expenditure
The total expenditure of the Government during 2010-11 was `1,197,328
crores. Expenditure increased by `172,840 crores [17%] over the previous
year. Revenue expenditure was `1,040,723 crores, an increase of `128,913
crores [14%] over the previous year and Capital Expenditure was `156,605
crores, an increase of `43,927 crores [39%] over the previous year. The
share of Capital expenditure as a percentage of total expenditure was
13%.
Expenditure
(` Crores)
Description
2010-11
2009-10
YTY
Plan
Non Plan
Total
Plan
Non Plan
Total
Growth
Revenue
314,232
726,491 1,040,723
253,887
657,923
911,810
14%
General Services
486
428,429
428,915
388
402,979
403,367
6%
Social Services
81,219
36,846
118,065
62,833
34,332
97,165
22%
Economic Services
124,822
209,170
333,992
95,264
173,079
268,343
24%
Grants-in-Aid
107,705
52,046
159,751
95,402
47,533
142,935
12%
Capital
64,833
91,772
156,605
49,506
63,172
112,678
39%
General Services
762
70,171
70,933
780
57,535
58,315
22%
Social Services
3,894
75
3,969
3,333
237
3,570
11%
Economic Services
41,585
15,133
56,718
30,890
4,258
35,148
61%
Loans & Advances
18,592
6,393
24,985
14,503
1,142
15,645
60%
Total Expenditure
379,065
818,263 1,197,328
303,393
721,095 1,024,488
17%
Out of the total capital expenditure of `156,605 crores, `131,620 crores
(84%) was incurred on asset formation, rest was in the form of loans &
advances (16%).
Capital Expenditure
(` Crores)
Asset Formation
Repayment of Debt*
Loans & Advances
Total
2000-01
24,745
52%
23,009
48%
47,754
2001-02
29,771
49%
31,071
51%
60,842
2002-03
29,101
39%
13,766
18%
31,668
42%
74,535
2003-04
35,678
32%
46,211
42%
28,739
26%
110,628
2004-05
40,549
36%
32,675
29%
40,107
35%
113,331
2005-06
53,869
81%
12,493
19%
66,362
2006-07
58,759
85%
10,019
15%
68,778
2007-08 106,940
90%
11,298
10%
118,238
2008-09
75,572
84%
14,586
16%
90,158
2009-10
97,032
86%
15,346
14%
112,378
2010-11 131,620
84%
24,985
16%
156,605
*Shows Repayment of Debt not covered by fresh debt.

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Accounts at a Glance
Sectoral Allocation
Overall, the expenditure on General Services was ` 499,848 crores
(42% of the total expenditure). This includes expenditure on Organs of
States, Fiscal Services, Pensions, Defence, etc. Expenditure on Social
Services was `122,034 crores (10% of the total expenditure) and on Economic
Services `390,710 crores (33% of the total expenditure).
`159,751 crores (13% of the total expenditure) were released as grants-in
aid to State Governments, other public institutions and various other bodies.
Loans and advances extended during the year amounted to `24,985 crores
(2% of the total expenditure).
Plan Expenditure
Plan expenditure during 2010-11 was `379,065 crores. Compared to the
previous year’s figure of `303,393 crores, plan expenditure increased by
25%
Statement showing Expenditure on Major Plan Schemes with Budget support of over
` 1,000 crore is placed at Appendix-4.

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Accounts at a Glance
Non Plan Expenditure
Non-Plan expenditure during 2010-11 was `818,263 crores compared to
previous year’s figure of `721,095 crores, an increase of 13%. Interest
payments (`234,022 crores) alone accounted for 29% of total Non-Plan
expenditure. Defence expenditure (`154,115 crores) and subsidies
(`177,147 crores) were other major items of Non-Plan expenditure.
Non Plan Expenditure – Major Components
(` Crores)
Description
2010-11
2009-10
YTY Growth
Interest
234,022
29%
213,093
29%
10%
Subsidies
177,747
22%
129,722
18%
37%
Defence
154,115
19%
141,781
20%
9%
Pensions
57,405
7%
56,149
8%
2%
Police
32,208
4%
31,124
4%
3%
Grants-in-Aid
52,046
6%
47,533
7%
9%
Loans
6,393
0%
1,142
0%
460%
Others
104,327
13%
100,551
14%
4%
Total
818,263 100% 721,095 100%
13%
Interest payments increased by 10% over the previous year, whereas
expenditure on Defence and Grants-in-aid increased by 9% . Expenditure
on Pensions (`57,405 crores) and Police (`32,208 crores) increased by 2%
and 3% respectively over the previous year. Expenditure on Loans increased
phenomanally by 460% over the previous year.
Statement showing details of Non-Plan expenditure of Union Government is placed at
Appendix-5. Pay & Accawances constitute an important part of the Non-Plan expenditure.
Statement showing Ministry wise/ Department wise expenditure on pay & Allowances is placed
at Appendix-6
Subsidies
The expenditure on subsidies increased from `129,722 crores in 2009-10
to `177,747 crores in 2010-11, an increase of 37% over the previous year.
Subsidy on Food,Fertilizer and Petroleum were `63,844crores, `65,837
crores and ` 38,371 crores respectively.
Major Subsidies
(` Crores)
Description
2010-11
2009-10
YTY Growth
Food
63,844
58,443
9%
Fertilizer
65,837
61,636
7%
Petroleum
38,371
2,951
1200%
Others
9,695
6,692
45%
Total
177,747 129,722
37%
Food subsidies increased by 9% and Fertilizer subsidies by 7% whereas
petroleum subsidy has inceased phenomanally by 1200%. The subsidy bill
on other items such as Interest subsidy increased due to more interest

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Accounts at a Glance
subvention for providing short term credit to farmers (`3531 crores). Sub-
sidy to Assam Gas Project also increased (`797 crores). Subsidy for opera-
tion of Haj Charter was `870 crores.
Statement showing details of subsidies is placed at Appendix-7.
Net Lending
Major beneficiaries of Government’s lending operations are State/UT
Governments and various public corporations and institutions. During
2010-11, Government advanced fresh loans of `40,641 crores and received
`29,252 crores as repayment of loans advanced in the past. Thus, there
was a marginal increase in the stock of advances by `11,389 crores. At the
end of 2010-11, Government’s advances stand at ` 228,630 crores.
Lending by Government
(` Crores)
Description
01-Apr-10 Additions Receipts 31-Mar-11 Increase/
Decrease
State Governments
143,152
10,227
9,209
144,170
1018
UT Governments
895
72
118
849
(-)46
Foreign Governments
4,037
484
289
4,232
195
Govt. corporation, Non-Govt
Institution, Local Funds,
Cultivator etc.
67,879
29,622
19,203
78,298
10,419
Government Servants
1,278
236
433
1,081
(-)197
Total
217,241
40,641
29,252
228,630
11,389
Investments
During the year Government invested `52,033 crores in Public Sector
Undertakings (PSUs) etc. Total Government investment in companies stood
at `328,307 crores as on 31st March 2011.
Government Investments in Companies etc.
(` Crores)
Description
Amount Invested
Statutory Corporations
4921
Government Companies
230,308
International Bodies
48,873
State Co-operative Banks/Other Banks
43,926
Co-operative Societies
279
Total
328,307
Ministry-wise/Department-wise details of Non-Plan expenditure is placed at Appendix-8.

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Accounts at a Glance
Debt And Other Liabilities
To bridge the excess of expenditure over revenue, Government resorts to
borrowings from Internal and External sources, termed as Public Debt. In
addition to this, accruals in the Public Account also serve as a source to
finance Government’s deficit budgeting.
Total liabilities of the Government as on 31st March 2011were ` 3,411,211
crores. Internal debt was `2,667,115 crores (78%), External debt
[at historical value] was ` 157,639 crores (5%) and other liabilities were
` 586,457 crores* (17%).
As on 31st March 2011, total Public Debt [External Debt taken at historical
value] stood at ` 2,824,754 crores. Public debt increased by 15% during
the year from ` 2,462,422 crores at the beginning of the year. Public Debt
at current rate of exchange as on 31.3.2011 was ` 2,945,992 crores against
` 2,577,645 crores as on 31.3.2010.
* Total liability of Central Government on account of Public Account as on 31-3-2011 is `1,114,020
crores. Out of this, investment of ` 526,063 crores has been made in Special State Govt. Securities
and investment of `1,500 crores in IIFCL, leaving net outstanding liability of `586,457 crores, on
this account.
GOI Debt & Other Obligations

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Accounts at a Glance
Internal Debt
Major components of internal debt are Market Loans, Special Securities
issued to RBI, Special Central Govt. securities issued against net collection
of small savings since 1.4.1999, Compensation and other Bonds etc. In
addition to this, borrowings from Treasury Bills, Securities issued to
International Financial Institutions etc. also forms part of Internal Debt.
Total stock of internal debt increased from ` 2,328,339 crores at the
beginning of the year to ` 2,667,115 crores at the end of the year. Market
loans increased by ` 325,414 crores to `2,072,033 crores.
Internal Debt
(` Crores)
Source
01-Apr-10 Additions Discharges 31-Mar-11 Increase/
Decrease
Market Loans
1,746,619
437,000
111,586 2,072,033
325,414
Securities issued to IFIs
24,482
9,216
4,383
29,315
4,833
364 days TBs
41,493
42,482
41,497
42,478
985
14 days TBs
95,668 2,217,300
2,209,868
103,100
7,432
Marketable securities
76,818
0
0
76,818
0
Special Central Govt. Sec.
73,569
0
0
73,569
0
to NSSF (31.3.99)
Special Central Govt. Sec.
23,329
12,535
1,302
34,562
11,233
to NSSF (1.4.99)
Market Stabilization Scheme
2,737
0
2,737
0
(-)2,737
Others
243,624
423,243
431,627
235,240
(-)8,384
Total Internal Debt
2,328,339 3,141,776 2,803,000 2,667,115
338,776
Market Stabilization Scheme was introduced in the financial year 2004-05
to absorb excess liquidity available in the market, mainly due to large
foreign exchange inflows. The outstanding balance under Market
Stabilization Scheme as on 31.3.2011 is NIL.
Maturity profile of Interest Bearing Market Loans is placed at Appendix-9
External Debt
The stock of external debt [at historical rate of exchange] at the end of
2010-11 is `157,639 crores, which works out to 5.58 % of total outstanding
debt. At current rate of exchange [as on 31.3.2011] this works out to
`278,877 crores - increase of `29,571 crores from `249,306 crores
outstanding as on 31.3.2010.

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Accounts at a Glance
External Debt
(` Crores)
At Historical Exchange Rates
Source
01-Apr-10 Additions Discharges 31-Mar-11 Increase/ Current
Decrease
Value
I.D.A.
51,529
4,066
3,834
51,761
232
119,066
Japan
27,038
7,599
3,275
31,362
4,324
65,907
A.D.B.
24,999
5,621
814
29,806
4,807
30,455
Germany
1,570
776
416
1,930
360
11,899
IBRD
27,535
12,263
2,120
37,678
10,143
39,219
IFAD
495
71
50
516
21
1,397
USA
(-)4,087
2,865
215
(-)1,437
2,650
1,489
Others
5004
2069
1,050
6,023
1019
9,445
Total External Debt 134,083
35,330
11,774
157,639
23,556 278,877
External Debt in foreign currency is shown in the table below.
External Debt in Foreign Currency (in Crores)
Source
Currency
01-Apr-10 Additions Discharges
31-Mar-11 Increase/
Decrease
ADB
USD
572
127
18
681
119
Germany
Euro
183
13
7
189
6
IBRD
USD
640
284
46
878
238
IDA
USD
375
0
25
350
(-)25
IDA
SDR
1,430
70
39
1,461
31
Japan
Yen
115,374
11,170
6,099
120,445
5,071
Russian Fed `
771
0
40
731
(-)40
Russian Fed USD
153
15
17
151
(-)2
Liabilities on Public Account
As on 31-3-2011, total liabilities on Public Account were `586,457crores.
Interest bearing liabilities amounted to `528,118 crores and the remaining
`58,340 crores were to non interest bearing.
Liabilities on Public Account
(` Crores)
Description
01-Apr-10 Additions Discharges 31-Mar-11 Increase/
Decrease
Small Savings, PF etc.
463,826
403,485
409615
457,696
(-)6,130
Other Interest Bearing
72,875
40,429
42,883
70,421
(-)2,453
Reserve Funds
4,848
23,242
27,617
473
(-)4,374
Deposits
68,027
17,187
15,266
69,948
1921
Other Non Interest Bearing
46,578
185,745
173,983
58,340
11,762
Reserve Funds
15,821
97,591
92,269
21,143
5,322
Deposits
30,757
88,154
81,714
37,197
6,440
Total
583,279
629,659
626,481
586,457
3,179

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Accounts at a Glance
National Small Savings Fund
National Small Savings Fund (NSSF) was established on 1.4.1999 in the
Public Account of India. The Fund receives money from subscribers of various
small saving schemes and invests the balance available with it in Central
and State Government Securities. The investment pattern is as per norms
determined time to time by the Government of India. Since 1st April, 2002,
the entire net collection of small savings is invested back in special securities
of the States and Union Territories (with Legislatures) in proportion to
collections from the respective States / Union Territories.
NSSF collections [Net] during 2010-11 were `124,093 crores, of which,
`43,301crores were invested in State Government Securities. A repayment
of `1,302 crores in Central Government Securities was also made. Funds
income [on its investments] and expenditure during this period were
`65,438 crores and `72,360 crores respectively. Thus, the balance under
the Fund decreased from `36,931 crores at the beginning of the year to
`34,129 crores at the end of the year.
National Small Savings Fund
(` Crores)
Description
01-Apr-10 Additions Discharges 31-Mar-11 Increase/
Decrease
Inflows
728,445
340,159
216,066
852,538
124,093
Collections
728,455
340,159
216,066
852,538
124,093
Savings Deposits
362,280
211,419
179,806
393,893
31,613
Savings Certificates
209,583
31,388
26,858
214,113
4,530
Public Provident Funds
156,582
31,912
9,402
179,092
22,510
Income on Investments
0
65438
0
65,438
65,438
Outflows
691,514
16,404
143,299
818,409
126,895
Investments of NSSF
691,514
16,404
143,299
818,409
126,895
Central Government Securities
207,252
1,302
12,536
218,486
11,234
State Government Securities
482,762
15,102
58,403
526,063
43,301
Investments under other
Instruments
1,500
0
0
1,500
1,500
Expenditure of NSSF
0
72,360
72,360
72,360
Balance
36,931 323,755 72,767 34,129 (-)2,802
As on 31st March 2011, the total stock of Funds liabilities towards
subscribers of its schemes was `852,538 crores, of which `393,893 crores
is held against Savings Deposits, `214,113 crores against Savings
Certificates and `179,092 crores as Public Provident Fund.Funds
investments at the end of 2010-11 were `818,409 crores, out of which,
`526,063 crore are invested in State Government Securities, `218,486
crores are invested in Central Govt. Securities and the remaining `1,500
crores invested in other instruments.

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Accounts at a Glance
Contingent Liabilities
Under Article 292 of the Constitution, the Union Government may give
guarantees within such limits, if any, as may be fixed by Parliament by
law. The Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management (FRBM) Rules
stipulate that the Central Government shall not give guarantees aggregating
to an amount exceeding 0.5 per cent of GDP in any financial year beginning
with the financial year 2004-05.
The Statement of Guarantees is in accordance with the relevant ‘Indian
Government Accounting Standard’s effective from 01.04.2010.
Under these provisions, Government gives guarantees to various Public
Sector Undertakings, Banks and other public institutions for repayment of
their borrowings and payment of interest thereon, repayment of their share
capital and payment of minimum dividend, and payment against supplies
of materials and equipment on credit basis, etc. These guarantees constitute
Government’s contingent liabilities that have to be discharged from the
Consolidated Fund of India, in case of any default by the beneficiaries of
such guarantees.
During 2010-11, the maximum amount guaranteed by the Government
was ` 160,611 crores, which was 2.09% of GDP. As on 31st March, 2011,
guarantees for `151,292 crores remained outstanding. There was an
increase of ` 13,248 crores in guarantees outstanding at the end of the
year. Government realized ` 530 crores as Guarantee fees as against
` 446 crores realized during 2009-10.
Government Guarantees
(` Crores)
Description
31-Mar-10 31-Mar-11 Increase/
Decrease
I
Guarantees to RBI, banks, and other financial
55,426
54,272
(-)1,154
Institutions for repayment of principal and interest etc.
II Guarantees to statutory corporations and financial
9,155
7,967
(-) 1,188
institutions for repayment of share capital, payment
of minimum dividend, repayment of bonds/loans etc.
III Guarantees in pursuance of agreements with
72,407
88,432
16,025
International Financial Institutions, foreign lending
agencies, foreign governments etc. towards
repayment of principal, payment of interest/
commitment charges on loan etc. and payment
against agreements for supplies to companies,
corporations, Port Trusts etc.
IV Counter guarantees to Banks for letters of authority
621
621
—to foreign suppliers for supplies to companies/
corporations
V
To Railways/State Electricity Boards
VI Performance Guarantees for fulfillment of contracts/
projects awarded to Indian companies in foreign
countries.
VII Any Other
255
(-)255
Total
137,864
151,292
13,248

30
Accounts at a Glance
Appropriation Accounts
For the year 2010-11, Parliament approved a total provision of `4,497,866
crores under 98 Grants for the Civil Ministries of the Union Government.
This provision was revised upwards during the year to `4,683,839 crores
through Supplementary Grants etc of `1,85,973 crores. The final provision
of `4,683,839 crores was higher by `327,527 crores [8%] compared to previous
year.
Actual expenditure during the year against this provision was `4,023,332
crores. Expenditure under the charged portion was `3,104,657 crores with
savings of `593,118 crores, while expenditure under voted portion was
`918,675 crores, with savings of `67,389 crores.
Summary of Appropriation Accounts (Civil)
(` Crores)
Original
Final
Variance
Actual
Variance
Provision
Provision
Expenditure
(1)
(2)
(3)=(2)-(1)
(4)
(5)=(4)-(2)
Charged
3,678,497
3,697,775
19,278
3,104,657
(-) 593,118
Voted
819,369
986,064
166,695
918,675
(-) 67,389
Total
4,497,866
4,683,839
185,973
4,023,332
(-) 660,507
Voted expenditure constituted 23% of the total expenditure, the remaining
77% was charged expenditure.
Charged Expenditure
The charged expenditure of Civil Ministries during 2010-11 mainly comprised
Repayment of Debt (`2,814,774 crores), Interest Payments (`244,743 crores)
and Transfer to States and Union Territory Governments (`41,728 crores).
These three together formed 99.89% of the total charged expenditure. The
Appropriation- "Repayment of Debt" includes an amount of `2,658,007 crores
on account of discharge of treasury bills of different maturities and Ways
and Means Advances.
Excess
There were seven instances of excess over total provisions under Charged
and Voted portion of Revenue sections and Voted Portion of Capital
Section of Grants. Bulk of the excess occurred under Grant
No. 21 - Defence Pensions, where provision under Revenue Section
exceeded by `3336.31 crores.

31
Accounts at a Glance
Excess over Entire Provision
(` Crores)
Grant
Name of Grant
Amount of
Actual
Excess
No.
/Appropriation
Grant/Appropriation
expenditure
Revenue
Capital
Revenue Capital Revenue Capital
11
Department of
-
682.99
- 689.56
-
6.57
Commerce
21
Defence Pensions
Charged
0.25
-
0.36
-
0.11
-
Voted
33999.75
-
37336.06
- 3336.31
-
31
Ministry of
6247.97
872.00
6254.29
898.98
6.32
26.98
External Affairs
101
Public Works
1071.26
-
1079.06
-
7.80
-
102
Stationery and
-
0.13
-
0.15
-
0.02
Printing
Savings
During 2010-11, savings of `663,890 crores occurred in respect of Civil
Grants / Appropriations. There was also excess expenditure aggregating to
`3,384 crores. Significant savings occurred under the following Grants /
Appropriations.
Significant Savings
Grant/ Appropriation
Section
Savings
Reasons
No. Description
(` Crores)
5
Nuclear Power Schemes
Capital
1052
Due to spill over of major activities
Voted
in view of technological difficulties
encountered during manufacturing
and assembly and delay in
finalization of orders owing to non-
availability of suppliers.
11
Department of
Revenue
1389
Due to ineligibility of claims owing
Commerce
Voted
to clarification by Policy
Interpretation Committee, Director
General of Foreign Trade.
14
Department of
Capital
1592
Due to non-finalisation of detail of
Telecommunications
Voted
the scheme namely "Under Sea
Cabling between land and
Andaman Nicobar" and non-
implementation of Army and Navy
segment under "Optical Fibre
Cable scheme".
32
Department of
Capital
2452
Due to transfer of SDRs (Special
Economic Affairs
Voted
Deposit Receipts) from the
existing holding with RBI and the
corresponding replenishment of
SDR by using this cash to pur
chase SDR was not done by RBI.
33
Department of
Revenue
1812
Due to schemes being under
Financial Services
Voted
revision and receipt of less claims
from Nodal Agencies.

32
Accounts at a Glance
Significant Savings
Grant/ Appropriation
Section
Savings
Reasons
No. Description
(` Crores)
34
Appropriation-
Revenue
6921
Due to raising of less market loans and
Interest Payments
Charged
shifting of investments fromIntermediatery
Treasury Bills to Auction Treasury Bills by
State Governments.
35
Transfers to State andRevenue
1125
Due to non-fulfillment of conditions laid
Union Territory
Charged
down by XIII Finance Commission and
Governments
guidelines on constitution and
administration of State Disaster
Response Fund by some State
Governments.
Capital
1200
Due to receipt of less proposals from
Charged
Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty
Alleviation and non-receipt of loan
applications from State Governments.
Revenue
12464
Due to imposition of cuts on last
Voted
installment of National Central
Assistance, receipt of less proposals
from Ministry of Rural Development
and Ministry of Water Resources,
withdrawal of projects and delay in
commencement of scheme underJNNURM
and shortfall in realization of receipt
under National Investment Fund.
37
Repayment of Debt
Capital
583785
Due to less recourse to Ways and Means
Charged
Allowances and scaling down of the
estimated issuance of treasury bills and
shifting of investments from Intermediatery
Treasury Bills to Auction Treasury Bills by
State Governments.
53
Police
Capital
2467
Due to non-materialisation of proposals for
Voted
acquisition of land, machinery and
equipment and motor vehicles and non-
supply of stores by the suppliers.
58
Department of Higher Revenue
3217
Due to non-finalisation of proposal for
Education
Voted
selection of participating institutions and
receipt of less reimbursement proposals
from the State Governments.
74
Ministry of Power
Revenue
3838
Due to non-achievement of targets fixed
Voted
for Disinvestment.
Capital
1960
Due to non-willingness of some States to
Voted
draw loan for Part B owing to availability
of cheaper loans from other sources and
requirement of less funds for acquisition
of land of coal bearing areas.
81
Department of Rural Revenue
17919
Due to non-receipt of adequate proposals
Development
Voted
from State Governments under National
Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme and
availability of unspent balances of
previous year.
Detailed Statement of Grant/Appropriation involving saving of Rs. 100 Crore and above is
placed at Appendix-10.

33
Accounts at a Glance
Appendices
1.
Ten Year Summary
35
2.
Statement of Non Tax Revenues
37
3.
Statement of Commercial Receipts
38
4.
Expenditure on Major Plan Schemes with Budget
support of over `1,000 crores
39
5.
Statement of Non Plan Expenditure
42
6.
Expenditure on Pay and Allowances
44
7.
Statement of Subsidies
50
8.
Expenditure of Ministries and Departments
54
9.
Maturity Profile of Interest Bearing Market Loans
69
10. Grants/Appropriations involving savings
70
of ` 100 crores and above
Accounts at a Glance

34
Accounts at a Glance

35
Accounts at a Glance
Ten Year Summary
01-02
02-03
03-04
04-05
05-06
06-07
07-08
08-09
09-10
10-11
Revenue Receipts
201,449 230,803 265,054
306,013
347,462
434,387
541,925
540,259
572,811
788,471
Gross Tax Revenue
187,060
216,266
254,348
304,958
364,649
471,512 591,347 603,498 621,368
789,172
Corporation Tax
36,609 46,172 63,562
82,680 101,277 144,306 192,911 213,395 244,725
298,688
Income Tax
32,004 36,866
41,379
49,258 55,976 75,093 102,644 106,046 122,370
139,102
Customs
40,268 44,852 48,629
57,611 65067 86,327 104,119 99,879 83,324
135,813
Union Excise Duties
72,555 82,310 90,774
99,125 111,226 117,612 123,425 108,402 102,991
137,701
Service Tax
3,302
4,122
7,891
14,200 23,055 37,597 51,301 60,941 58,422
71,016
Net Tax Revenue to Center
133,662 159,425 186,982
224,798 270,264 351,182 439,547 443,319 456,536
569,869
Non Tax Revenues
67,787 71,379 78,072
81,215 77,198 83,205 102,378 96,940 116,275
218,602
Interest Receipts
35,538 37,622 38,538
35,714 22,032 21,371 21,061 20,717 21,783
19,718
Dividends & Profits
17,290 21,230 21,160
22,939 25,451 29,309 34,500 38,607 50,250
47,991
Non Debt Capital receipts
3,646 3,151 16,953
66,467 12,226 6,426 43,895 6,705 33,194
35,266
Disinvestment Proceeds
3,646
3,149 16,632
4,364
1,570
-
4,387
22
2,233
1,676
Expenditure
362,453 399,451 472,444
497,682 506,123 583,386 712,732 883,956 1,024,488
1,197,328
Plan Expenditure
101,194 111,470 122,280
132,292 140,638 169,860 205,082 275,235 303,393
379,065
Non Plan Expenditure
261,259 287,981 350,164
365,390 365,485 413,526 507,650 608,721 721,095
818,263
Revenue Expenditure
301,611 338,682 363,316
384,351 439,761 514,608 594,494 793,798 911,810 1,040,723
Capital Expenditure
60,842 60,769 109,128
44,798 66,362 68,778 118,238 90,158 112,678
156,605
Lending Minus Repayment
17,880 (-)2,523
(-)38,497
663
692 (8,672)
1,385
1,077
3,382
11,388
Fiscal deficit
140,954 131,306 123,272
125,202 146,435 142,573 126,912 336,992 418,483
373,591
Revenue Deficit
100,162 107,879
98,262
78,338 92,299 80,221 52,569 253,539 338,999
252,252
Primary Deficit
33,494 13,816 (-)816
(-)1,732
13,805 (-)7,699
(44,118) 144,788 205,390
139,569
Public Debt (Balances)
1,112,957 1,216,757 1,325,909
1,467,242 1,583,957 1,746,207 2,009,755 2,283,900 2,577,645 2,945,992
Internal Debt
913,061 1,020,689 1,141,706
1,275,971 1,389,758 1,544,975 1,799,651 2,019,841 2,328,339 2,667,115
External Debt (Current Value)
199,896 196,068 184,203
191,271 194,199 201,232 210,104 264,059 249,306
278,877
Other GOI liabilities
286,582 331,419 333,725
356,037 384,842 438,842 466,602
556,235 583,279
586,457
Percentage to GDP
Revenue Receipts
8.8
9.4
9.6
9.8
9.7
10.5
11.50
9.96
9.29
10.27
Gross Tax Revenues
8.1
8.8
9.2
9.8
10.2
11.4
12.55
11.12
10.08
10.28
Non Tax Revenues
3.0
2.9
2.8
2.6
2.2
2.0
2.17
1.79
1.89
2.85
Expenditure
15.8
16.2
17.1
15.9
14.2
14.1
15.12
16.29
16.62
15.60
Revenue Expenditure
13.1
13.7
13.2
12.3
12.3
12.5
12.61
14.63
14.79
13.56
Capital Expenditure
2.7
2.5
4.0
3.6
1.9
1.7
2.51
1.66
1.83
2.04
Fiscal deficit
6.1
5.3
4.5
4.0
4.1
3.5
2.69
6.21
6.79
4.87
Revenue Deficit
4.4
4.4
3.6
2.5
2.6
1.9
1.12
4.67
5.50
3.29
Public Debt
48.5
49.3
48.0
47.0
44.4
42.3
42.64
42.09
41.82
38.39
Internal Debt
39.8
41.3
41.4
40.9
39.0
37.5
38.18
37.22
37.77
34.75
External Debt
8.7
7.9
6.7
6.1
5.4
4.9
4.46
4.87
4.04
3.63
(`Crores)
Appendix-1

37
Accounts at a Glance
A Interest Receipts
Gross
33082.88
35286.69
107
24553.42
35849.38
146
Less- Receipts incidental to Market Borrowings
8445.39
10659.11
126
1883.67
10607.37
563
Waiver of Interest
4909.56
4909.53
100
3458.22
3458.22
100
Net
19727.93
19718.05
100
19211.53
21783.79
113
B Dividends and Profits
48726.76
47991.58
98
51982.80
50249.78
97
C Non- Tax Revenue of UTs
1142.84
1096.90
96
1073.05
1218.01
114
D Other Non-Tax Revenue
Fiscal Services -
192.88
83.88
43
149.04
113.24
76
Other General Services Gross
21461.40
19156.90
89
22771.75
21647.36
95
Less- Write off of loans
76.09
76.09
100
83.39
83.39
100
Contribution & Recoveries towards pension &
other Retirement Benefits
1000.00
Net
19285.31
19080.81
94
22688.36
21563.97
95
Social Services
730.52
771.08
106
664.66
671.82 101
Economic Services-
Gross
150404.06
150607.96
100
40823.76
42707.03
105
Less-Waiver of Loans/interest
3204.64
3204.64
100
3610.68
3610.68
100
-Receipts from other General Services
4.50
4.47
99
Net
147194.92
147398.85
100
37213.08
39096.35
105
Grants-in-Aid and
Contributions
2755.63
2672.69
97
3077.59
3141.45
102
Total Other Non-Tax Revenue
170159.26
170007.31
99
63792.73
64586.83
101
Less
Commercial Departments
19608.58
20211.66
103
21955.78
21563.20
98
Net Other Non-Tax Revenue
150550.68
149795.65
99
39923.46
43023.63
108
TOTAL
220148.21
218602.18
99 112190.84 116275.21
104
Non- Tax Revenue
(` Crores)
Description
2010-11
2009-10
RE
Actuals
%
RE
Actuals
%
Appendix-2

Accounts at a Glance
38
General Services
1 Canteen Stores Department
9000.00
9550.32
102.70
8500.00
8729.55
102.70
Economic Services
2 Delhi Milk Scheme
300.32
292.75
90.01
295.14
265.67
90.01
3 Opium and Alkaloid Factories
285.15
237.54
99.63
300.97
299.86
99.63
4 Fuel Fabrication Facility*
1179.79
1214.20
86.74
938.84
299.86
86.74
5 Fuel Inventory*
1580.13
1599.29
74.28
1326.97
985.63
74.28
6 Heavy Water Pool Management*
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
7 Badarpur Thermal Power Station
288.15
151.70
112.33
304.73
342.29
112.33
8 Light Houses and Lightships
160.00
203.53
100.98
150.00
151.47
100.98
9 Postal Receipts
6814.59
6962.33
95.64
6552.62
6266.70
95.64
10 Indian Railways
97151.30
96681.02
98.36
90713.07
89229.29
98.36
Total Economic Services
107759.43
107342.36
97.79
100582.34
98355.30
97.79
Total
116759.43
116892.68
98.17
109082.34 107084.85
98.17
Commercial Receipts
(` Crores)
Description
2010-11
2009-10
RE
Actuals
%
RE
Actuals
%
* Actuals in these cases are as furnished separately by Department of Atomic Energy.
Appendix-3

39
Accounts at a Glance
EXPENDITURE ON MAJOR PLAN SCHEMES WITH BUDGET SUPPORT OF OVER ` 1000 CRORES
(` Crores)
S.No
SCHEMES
BE
RE
EXPENDITURE
MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE
1
Macro Management of Agriculture(MMA) Scheme
1000.00
1000.00
999.82
2
Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana
6722.00
6722.00
6719.94
3
National Horticultural Mission
1061.98
986.00
970.86
4
National Mission on Micro Irrigation
1000.00
981.97
997.25
5
National Food Security Mission
1350.00
1277.13
1276.34
MINISTRY OF CIVIL AVIATION
6
National Aviation Company of India Ltd
1200.00
1200.00
1200.00
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
7
Electronic Governance
1030.00
583.53
260.09
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
8
National Social security Fund for Unorganized Sector workers
1000.00
1000.00
0.00
9
Normal Central Assistance
21728.00
21128.00
20007.67
10
Addl. Central Assistance for EAPs
2387.81
13000.00
13344.65
11
Addl. Central Assistance for other Projects
1000.00
1836.47
1664.34
12
Spl. Plan Assistance
4500.00
8157.00
7085.52
13
Accelerated Irrigation Benefit Programme and other Water
11500.00
9500.00
8757.53
resources Programme
14
National Social Assistance Programme
5710.00
5110.00
5110.00
15
Backward Regions Grant Fund-State Component
2250.00
2130.00
2130.00
16
JNNURM
11619.00
7560.00
5284.84
17
Addl. Central Assistance for Draught mitigation in Bundelkhand
1200.00
1000.00
1107.62
Region
HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE
18
National AIDS Control Programme including STD Control
1435.00
1400.20
1167.21
19
NRHM, Centrally sponsored
15127.64
14614.16
14380.42
20
Normal Assistance, UT Plans
1401.10
335.41
397.91
Appendix-4

Accounts at a Glance
40
(` Crores)
S.No
SCHEMES
BE
RE
EXPENDITURE
MINISTRY OF HRD
21
National Programme of Mid-Day Meals in School
9440.00
9440.00
8927.56
22
Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan
15000.00
19000.00
19633.75
23
Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti
1385.00
1285.00
1285.00
24
RAshtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan
1700.00
1500.00
1481.97
25
Adult Education & Skill development
1167.00
388.50
370.68
26
Assistance of Central Universities DHE
1980.00
1830.00
1899.80
27
Others DHE
2350.00
2225.00
2356.00
MINORITY AFFAIRS
28
Multi-Sectrol Development programme for Minorities in selected
1400.00
1327.82
913.46
minority concentration districts
PANCHAYATI RAJ
29
Backward Regions Grants Fund
5050.00
5050.00
6550.00
PLANNING
30
UIDAI
1900.00
960.66
268.41
31
POWER
32
Rajiv Gandhi Gramin Vidyutikaran Yojna
5500.00
5000.00
5000.00
33
Accelerated Power Development & Reform Programme
3700.00
2571.00
2346.42
ROAD TRANSPORT & HIGHWAYS
34
NHAI(Remmittance of Toll Receipt)
1623.00
1623.00
1558.62
35
NHAI-investment
7848.98
7848.98
8440.94
36
Others Schemes NH RTH
4025.10
4573.10
4498.37
37
SARDP NE RTH
1500.00
1500.00
664.41
38
Roads & Bridges
1819.17
1935.52
2396.57
39
Spl Programme for Development ofRoad Connectivity NH and States
1000.00
750.00
718.10
Road in Nexalite affected areas
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
40
Mahatma Gandhi national Rural employment Guarantee Scheme
40100.00
40100.00
35832.05
41
Swarnajayanti Gram swarojgar Yojna
2984.00
2984.00
2665.70

41
Accounts at a Glance
(` Crores)
S.No
SCHEMES
BE
RE
EXPENDITURE
42
Rural Housing under indira awas Yojana
10000.00
10337.50
10337.45
43
Pradhanmantri Gram Sadak Yojana
12000.00
22000.00
22404.44
DEPARTMENT OF DRINKING WATER SUPPLY
44
National rural drinking water programme
9000.00
9000.00
8985.18
45
Central rural sanitation programme
1580.00
1580.00
1579.24
DEPARTMENT OF LAND RESOURCES
46
Integrated water shade Management Programme
2458.00
2458.00
2455.26
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
47
Assistance to CSIR ( National Laboratories)
1335.00
1304.50
1302.50
SOCIAL JUSTICE & EMPOWERMENT
48
Post Matric scholarship Scheme for SC students
1700.00
2000.00
2097.21
STATISTICS & PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION
49
MPs Local Area Development scheme
1580.00
1700.00
1533.32
TEXTILES
50
Technology Upgradation fund Scheme
2400.00
2900.00
2782.95
TRIBAL AFFAIRS
51
TSP2 Grant in aid
1046.00
1030.00
501.44
WOMAN & CHILD DEVELOPMENT
52
Integrated child development services
8700.00
9280.00
9756.84
URBAN DEVELOPMENT
53
Pass Through Assistance to all Metro rail Corporations
3322.21
3322.21
3315.88
54
Rajiv Gandhi Scheme for Empowerment of Adolescent Girls
1000.00
340.00
329.29
TOTAL
261815.99
278666.66
268050.82

Accounts at a Glance
42
A. Revenue Expenditure
1 Interest Payments
Gross
249202.14
244681.19
98.19
230383.67
223700.84
97.10
Less accrued interest
8445.39
10659.11
126.21
10883.67
10607.37
97.96
Net
240756.75
234022.08
97.20
219500.00
213093.47
99.75
2 Defence
90748.43
92060.73
101.45
88440.00
90668.72
102.52
3 Major Subsidies (Food, Sugar,
Fertlisers and Export
Promotion)
153962.21
168051.80
109.15
123936.26
123029.53
99.27
4 Interest and Other Subsidies
10190.76
9694.83
95.13
7088.68
6692.46
94.41
5 Postal Deficit
5854.31
6161.73
105.25
5463.46
6437.87
117.84
6 Police
27587.05
27399.02
99.10
24590.24
25999.53
105.73
7 Pensions
53261.79
57405.45
107.78
42232.12
56148.63
132.95
8 General Elections
68.86
354.71
515.12
850.00
948.51
111.59
9 Other General Services
(Organs of State, tax
collection, external affairs, etc.)
18613.11
16561.75
88.98
18459.00
15437.76
83.63
10Social Services (education,
health, broadcasting, etc.)
35086.43
35492.24
101.16
35146.58
33188.21
94.43
11Assistance to States Calamity
Relief Work-Gross
3560.00
3900.01
109.55
3160.00
3160.00
100.00
Less amount met from NCCF
3560.00
3900.01
109.55
3160.00
3160.00
100.00
Net
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
12 Dividend Relief and other
concessions to Railways
2190.87
2647.64
120.85
2243.44
2810.34
125.27
Non-Plan Expenditure
(` Crores)
2010-11
2009-10
RE
Actuals
%
RE
Actuals
%
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43
Accounts at a Glance
13 Economic Services
(Agriculture, industry, power,
transport,communications,
science and technology, etc.)
30024.50
20878.25
69.54
22549.01
32602.46
144.58
14 Grants to State and UT Govts.
52605.68
49789.92
94.65
46610.23
45972.13
98.63
15 Expenditure of Union
Territories without Legislature
3659.79
3773.88
103.12
3265.63
3332.65
102.05
16 Grants to Foreign Governments
2138.53
2256.29
105.51
1569.43
1560.51
99.43
TOTAL- Revenue Expenditure
726749.07
726490.32
99.96
641944.08
657922.78
102.49
B. Capital Expenditure
1 Defence
60833.26
62055.99
102.01
47824.00
51112.37
106.88
2 Other Non-Plan Capital Outlay
27695.98
23360.21
84.35
15338.19
10952.45
71.41
3 Loans to Public Enterprises
5870.65
6929.31
118.03
636.58
461.70
72.53
4 Loans to State and UT Govts.
85.00
85.00
100.00
88.30
82.95
93.94
5 Loans to Foreign Governments
0.00
0.00
127.84
124.16
97.12
6 Other Non-Plan Loans
623.26
(-)398.46
421.75
474.27
112.45
7 Expenditure of Union Territories
without Legislature
(-)305.69
(-)259.24
84.80
(-)9.51
(-)36.43
383.07
TOTAL- Capital Expenditure
94802.46
91772.81
96.80
64427.15
63171.47
98.05
TOTAL
821551.53
818263.13
99.60
706371.23
721094.25
102.08
2010-11
2009-10
RE
Actuals
%
RE
Actuals
%
(` Crores)

Accounts at a Glance
44
EXPENDITURE ON PAY & ALLOWANCES FOR THE YEAR 2010-11
(` Crores)
Grant
Name of the Ministries / Departments
Amount
No.
MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE
1
Department of Agriculture and Cooperation
178.77
2
Department of Agricultural Research and Education
2.36
3
Department of Animal Husbandry , Dairying and Fisheries
106.58
DEPARTMENT OF ATOMIC ENERGY
4
Atomic Enery
1651.44
5
Nuclear Power Schemes
23.42
MINISTRY OF CHEMICALS AND FERTILISERS
6
Department of Chemicals and Petro-Chemicals
11.03
7
Department of Fertilisers
13.02
8
Department of Pharmaceuticals
6.45
MINISTRY OF CIVIL AVIATION
9
Ministry of Civil Aviation
51.03
MINISTRY OF COAL
10
Ministry of Coal
14.12
MINISTRY OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
11
Department of Commerce
265.75
12
Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion
97.78
MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
13
Department of Posts
9169.50
14
Department of Telecommunications
86.77
15
Department of Information Technology
324.81
MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS, FOOD AND PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION
16
Department of Consumer Affairs
42.02
17
Department of Food & Public Distribution
46.62
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45
Accounts at a Glance
(` Crores)
Grant
Name of the Ministries / Departments
Amount
No.
MINISTRY OF CORPORATE AFFAIRS
18
Ministry of Corporate Affairs
63.90
MINISTRY OF CULTURE
19
Ministry of Culture
229.28
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE
20-21
Ministry of Defence (Civil)
1260.93
22-27
Ministry of Defence (Defence)
60526.82
MINISTRY OF DEVELOPMENT OF NORTH EASTERN REGION
28
Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region
11.75
MINISTRY OF EARTH SCIENCES
29
Ministry of Earth Sciences
246.27
MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTS
30
Ministry of Environment and Forests
131.64
MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS
31
Ministry of External Affairs
824.36
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
32
Department of Economic Affairs
53.65
33
Department of Financial Services
47.08
38
Department of Expenditure
36.76
39
Pension*
40
Indian Audit and Accounts Department
1862.96
41
Department of Revenue
150.22
42
Direct Taxes
1689.62
43
Indirect Taxes
2334.42
44
Department of Disinvestment
2.79
MINISTRY OF FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRIES
45
Ministry of Food Processing Industries
6.44
* Figures of Pay and Allowances are included in Grant No.38.
Contd. ......

Accounts at a Glance
46
(` Crores)
Grant
Name of the Ministries / Departments
Amount
No.
MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE
46
Department of Health and Family Welfare
1149.21
47
Department of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (AYUSH)
10.22
48
Department of Health Research *
MINISTRY OF HEAVY INDUSTRIES AND PUBLIC ENTERPRISES
49
Department fo Heavy Industry
11.61
50
Department of Public Enterprises
4.61
MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS
51
Ministry of Home Affairs
2391.39
52
Cabinet
163.24
53
Police
20339.93
54
Other Expenditure of the Ministry of Home Affairs
141.44
MINISTRY OF HOUSING AND URBAN POVERTY ALLEVIATION
56
Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation
5.45
MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
57
Department of School Education and Literacy
11.28
58
Department of Higher Education
62.30
MINISTRY OF INFORMATION AND BROADCASTING
59
Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
172.09
MINISTRY OF LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT
60
Ministry of Labour and Employment
271.82
MINISTRY OF LAW AND JUSTICE
61
Election Commission
14.03
62
Law and Justice
82.04
63
Supreme Court of India
79.50
MINISTRY OF MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES
64
Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises
91.75
* Figures of Pay and Allowances are included in Grant No.46

47
Accounts at a Glance
Grant
Name of the Ministries / Departments
Amount
No.
MINISTRY OF MINES
65
Ministry of Mines
410.73
MINISTRY OF MINORITY AFFAIRS
66
Ministry of Minority Affairs
8.38
MINISTRY OF NEW AND RENEWABLE ENERGY
67
Ministry of New and Renewable Energy
16.90
MINISTRY OF OVERSEAS INDIA AFFAIRS
68
Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs
6.77
MINISTRY OF PANCHAYATI RAJ
69
Ministry of Panchayati Raj
4.11
MINISTRY OF PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS
70
Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs
4.78
MINISTRY OF PERSONNEL, PUBLIC GRIEVANCES & PENSIONS
71
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
343.32
MINISTRY OF PERTROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS
72
Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas
14.00
MINISTRY OF PLANNING
73
Ministry of Planning
60.72
MINISTRY OF POWER
74
Ministry of Power
76.19
THE PRESIDENT, PARLIAMENT, UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION AND THE SECRETARIAT OF THE
VICE-PRESIDENT
75
Staff, Household and Allowances of the President
15.30
76
Lok Sabha
205.37
77
Rajya Sabha
116.05
78
Union Public Service Commission
66.47
(` Crores)
Contd. ......

Accounts at a Glance
48
Grant
Name of the Ministries / Departments
Amount
No.
79
Secretariat of the Vice-President
1.46
MINISTRY OF SHIPPING, ROAD TRANSPORT AND HIGHWAYS
80 Ministry of Road Transport and Highways
291.81
MINISTRY OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT
81
Department of Rural Development
21.49
82
Department of Land Resources
4.93
83
Department of Drinking Water Supply
4.10
MINISTRY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
84
Department of Science and Technology
270.55
84
Department of Scientific and Industrial Research
5.94
86
Department of Biotechnology
10.78
MINISTRY OF SHIPPING
87
Ministry of Shipping
78.93
MINISTRY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE & EMPROWERMENT
88
Ministry of Social Justice & Emprowerment
26.26
DEPARTMENT OF SPACE
89
Department of Space
888.99
MINISTRY OF STATISTICES AND PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION
90
Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation
213.48
MINISTRY OF STEEL
91
Ministry of Steel
12.73
MINISTRY OF TEXTILES
92
Ministry of Textiles
146.34
MINISTRY OF TOURISM
93
Ministry of Tourism
24.63
MINISTRY OF TRIBAL AFFAIRS
94
Ministry of Tribal Affairs
10.60
(` Crores)

49
Accounts at a Glance
(` Crores)
Grant
Name of the Ministries / Departments
Amount
No.
UNION TERRITORIES ( WITHOUT LEGISLATURE)
95
Andaman & Nicobar Islands
794.90
96
Chandigarh
845.05
97
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
87.73
98
Daman & Diu
68.21
99
Lakshadweep
113.61
MINISTRY OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT
100
Department of Urban Development
170.42
101
Public Works
678.20
102
Sationery and Printing
161.12
MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES
103
Ministry of Water Resources
369.56
MINISTRY OF WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT
104
Ministry of Women and Child Development
22.71
MINISTRY OF YOUTH AFFAIRS & SPORTS
105
Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports
14.79
TOTAL
113260.71

Accounts at a Glance
50
Major subsidies—
108666.91
153962.21
168051.80
Food
17
2408
55578.18
60599.53
63843.79
Indigenous (urea) fertilisers
7
2852
15980.73
15080.73
15080.74
Imported (urea) fertlisers
7
2401
5500.00
6395.95
9255.95
Sale of decontrolled fertiliser with concession to farmers
7
2401
28500.00
33500.00
41500.00
Petroleum Subsidy
72
2802
3108.00
38386.00
38371.32
Interest subsidies—
4416.09
5223.00
4675.00
Loans raised from banks for implementation of VRS—
52.73
52.73
48.83
(a) Hindustan Steelworks Construction Ltd.
91
2852
48.69
48.69
44.95
(b) MECON Ltd.
91
2852
4.04
4.04
3.88
Interest Subsidy to Bank for Financing
PSUs for implementation of VRS.
49
2852
15.00
13.76
0.00
Interest Subsidy to Goan Banks
33
2885
0.08
0.08
0.08
Khadi and Village Industries Commission
27.36
27.36
27.36
(a) for Khadi Industries
64
2851
22.00
22.00
22.00
(b) for Other Village Industries
64
2851
5.36
5.36
5.36
Statement of Subsidies 2010-11
(` Crores)
Category
Gr.
Maj.
BE
RE
Actuals
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51
Accounts at a Glance
Category
Gr.
Maj.
BE
RE
Actuals
No.
Head
Interest subsidy to LIC for pension plan for senior citizens
33
2235
209.32
175.70
175.70
Interest Subvention for providing short term credit to farmers
33
2416
3000.00
4000.00
3531.19
Interest subsidy to Banks under export promotion
11
3453
250.00
654.00
654.00
Interest equalisation support to Exim Bank of India
32
3475
130.00
127.77
127.70
Interest Subvention to Co-operative Sugar Mills
through NABARD
17
2408
31.60
31.60
31.60
Payment of Subsidies to nodal agencies i.e. RBI & NHB
33
2885
700.00
100.00
38.54
Interest Subsidy to Hindustan Shipyard ltd
20
2852
0.00
40.00
40.00
Other subsidies (details given separately)*
3141.04
4967.76
5019.83
(` Crores)

Accounts at a Glance
52
*Other Subsidies 2010-11
(` Crores)
Grant to NAFED for MIS/PSS
1
2401
425.00
250.00
98.00
Subsidy for Operations of Haj Charters
9
3053
800.00
870.00
870.00
Subsidy on maintenance of buffer stock of sugar
17
2408
200.00
100.00
88.00
Payments to STC for loss on edible oil imports
17
2408
0.01
0.01
0.00
Subsidy to shipyards—
748.30
359.65
199.11
(a) Cochin Shipyard Ltd.
87
2852
120.00
72.00
70.92
(b) Hindustan Shipyard Ltd.
87
2852
40.00
0.00
0.00
Non-Central PSU Shipyards and Private Sector shipyards
87
2852
588.30
287.65
128.19
Subsidy for helicopter services in North Eastern Region
54
3053
35.00
40.00
44.99
Subsidy to Assam Gas Project
6
2852
0.01
0.01
796.73
Compensation for exchange loss—
(a) Exchange loss under NRI Bond Scheme
32
3475
0.50
0.50
2.85
Write off of loans — HFCL, MFL, FACT, FCI and PDIL
7
3475
0.01
0.01
0.00
Subsidy to Jute Corporation of India for Market Operation
92
2852
30.00
30.00
30.00
Procurement of Cotton Corporation of India under price support
92
2852
244.00
1233.03
1217.00
Reimbursement of Internal transport and freight charges to
sugar factories on export shipment of sugar
17
2408
200.00
150.00
146.81
Category
Gr.
Maj.
BE
RE
Actuals
No.
Head

53
Accounts at a Glance
Scheme for extending Financial Assistance to
Sugar Undertakings-2007
17
2408
222.00
538.25
538.25
Reimbursement of shortages in handling of imported fertilizers by FCI
17
2408
0.10
0.10
0.00
Subsidy on import of edible oils
17
2408
11.79
917.88
512.73
Subsidy to public sector general insurance companies for
community based Universal Health Insurance Scheme
33
2235
20.00
25.00
22.00
Assistance to National Ship Design and Research Centre
87
2852
3.32
3.32
3.32
Subsidy on import of Pulses
16
2408
200.00
450.00
450.00
Diesel subsidy in Drought and Deficit rainfall affected areas
1
3601
1.00
0.00
0.04
TOTAL
3141.04
4967.76
5019.83
Category
Gr.
Maj.
BE
RE
Actuals
No.
Head
(` Crores)

Accounts at a Glance
54
EXPENDITURE OF MINISTRIES/ DEPARTMENTS 2010-11
(Figures shown are net of Receipts and Recoveries)
Grant
Ministry/ Department
Plan
Non-Plan
Total
No.
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
1
Agriculture and Co-operation
10492.00
10208.52
441.48
277.32
10933.48
10485.84
Revenue
10432.59
10180.24
441.09
277.10
10873.68
10457.34
Capital
59.41
28.28
0.39
0.22
59.80
28.50
2
Agricultural Research and Education
2300.00
2521.80
2865.00
2864.05
5165.00
5385.85
Revenue
2300.00
2521.80
2865.00
2864.05
5165.00
5385.85
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
3
Animal Husbandry,Dairying and Fisheries
1257.00
1095.59
98.70
92.95
1355.70
1188.54
Revenue
1245.50
1089.18
98.70
92.95
1344.20
1182.13
Capital
11.50
6.41
0.00
0.00
11.50
6.41
4-5
Atomic Energy
4119.62
3289.43
4037.85
3838.51
8157.47
7127.94
Revenue
1347.33
1189.73
3250.92
3101.53
4598.25
4291.26
Capital
2772.29
2099.70
786.93
736.98
3559.22
2836.68
6
Chemicals and Petro Chemicals
903.00
879.77
760.59
348.90
1663.59
1228.67
Revenue
882.40
879.77
759.47
347.80
1641.87
1227.57
Capital
20.60
0.00
1.12
1.10
21.72
1.10
7
Fertlizers
215.00
214.28
55000.00
61879.59
55215.00
62093.87
Revenue
5.50
4.79
54999.96
61879.59
55005.46
61884.38
Capital
209.50
209.49
0.04
0.00
209.54
209.49
8
Pharmaceuticals
119.00
69.67
37.15
32.70
156.15
102.37
Revenue
79.00
42.17
37.10
32.70
116.10
74.87
Capital
40.00
27.50
0.05
0.00
40.05
27.50
9
Civil Aviation
1700.00
1576.48
956.39
950.89
2656.39
2527.37
Revenue
360.20
288.84
956.39
950.89
1316.59
1239.73
Capital
1339.80
1287.64
0.00
0.00
1339.80
1287.64
(` Crores)
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55
Accounts at a Glance
(` Crores)
Grant Ministry/ Department
Plan
Non-Plan
Total
No.
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
Contd. ......
10
Coal
400.00
374.97
47.66
48.66
447.66
423.63
Revenue
400.00
374.97
47.66
45.93
447.66
420.90
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
2.73
0.00
2.73
11
Commerce
1680.00
1672.91
4994.12
3601.25
6674.12
5274.16
Revenue
997.01
986.22
4994.12
3601.25
5991.13
4587.47
Capital
682.99
686.69
0.00
0.00
682.99
686.69
12
Industrial Policy and Promotion
1050.00
1013.09
180.00
171.35
1230.00
1184.44
Revenue
1040.00
1003.09
180.00
171.35
1220.00
1174.44
Capital
10.00
10.00
0.00
0.00
10.00
10.00
13
Posts
480.00
450.00
5864.31
6169.35
6344.31
6619.35
Revenue
192.35
183.89
5854.31
6161.73
6046.66
6345.62
Capital
287.65
266.11
10.00
7.62
297.65
273.73
14
Telocommunications
397.26
171.22
7302.91
7099.05
7700.17
7270.27
Revenue
172.60
78.10
7302.91
7099.05
7475.51
7177.15
Capital
224.66
93.12
0.00
0.00
224.66
93.12
15
Information Technology
3468.40
3006.20
107.60
101.26
3576.00
3107.46
Revenue
3307.40
2856.18
107.60
101.26
3415.00
2957.44
Capital
161.00
150.02
0.00
0.00
161.00
150.02
16
Consumer Affairs
198.00
181.35
504.94
500.30
702.94
681.65
Revenue
169.71
157.41
504.94
500.30
674.65
657.71
Capital
28.29
23.94
0.00
0.00
28.29
23.94

Accounts at a Glance
56
(` Crores)
Grant Ministry/ Department
Plan
Non-Plan
Total
No.
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
17
Food and Public Distribution
66.11
64.41
67954.97
70725.79
68021.08
70790.20
Revenue
29.25
27.59
62953.77
65724.59
62983.02
65752.18
Capital
36.86
36.82
5001.20
5001.20
5038.06
5038.02
18
Corporate Affairs
87.36
86.73
198.89
183.08
286.25
269.81
Revenue
6.00
5.37
184.89
169.37
190.89
174.74
Capital
81.36
81.36
14.00
13.71
95.36
95.07
19
Culture
735.00
728.99
586.20
592.64
1321.20
1321.63
Revenue
692.00
693.82
586.20
592.64
1278.20
1286.46
Capital
43.00
35.17
0.00
0.00
43.00
35.17
20-21 Defence (Civil Estimates)
0.00
0.00
38165.61
40489.10
38165.61
40489.10
Revenue
0.00
0.00
36895.53
39244.43
36895.53
39244.43
Capital
0.00
0.00
1270.08
1244.67
1270.08
1244.67
22-27 Defence Services
0.00
0.00
151581.69
154116.72
151581.69 154116.72
Revenue
0.00
0.00
90748.43
92060.72
90748.43
92060.72
Capital
0.00
0.00
60833.26
62056.00
60833.26
62056.00
28
Development of North Eastern Region
188.22
84.73
21.11
21.68
209.33
106.41
Revenue
128.22
24.73
17.11
17.68
145.33
42.41
Capital
60.00
60.00
4.00
4.00
64.00
64.00
29
Earth Sciences
950.00
767.81
329.00
326.72
1279.00
1094.53
Revenue
739.21
639.67
327.21
326.53
1066.42
966.20
Capital
210.79
128.14
1.79
0.19
212.58
128.33
30
Environment and Forests
2200.00
2180.77
185.52
191.43
2385.52
2372.20
Revenue
2169.07
2149.64
170.56
176.94
2339.63
2326.58
Capital
30.93
31.13
14.96
14.49
45.89
45.62

57
Accounts at a Glance
(` Crores)
Grant Ministry/ Department
Plan
Non-Plan
Total
No.
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
Contd. ......
31
External Affairs
825.00
799.77
6295.00
6341.82
7120.00
7141.59
Revenue
353.00
315.72
5895.00
5927.04
6248.00
6242.76
Capital
472.00
484.05
400.00
414.78
872.00
898.83
32
Economic Affairs
2057.81
2057.81
3796.50
717.39
5854.31
2775.20
Revenue
1932.81
1932.81
3487.89
3277.82
5420.70
5210.63
Capital
125.00
125.00
308.61
-2560.43
433.61
-2435.43
33
Financial Services
7930.00
7430.00
40006.77
37593.30
47936.77
45023.30
Revenue
50.00
0.00
24254.65
22472.67
24304.65
22472.67
Capital
7880.00
7430.00
15752.12
15120.63
23632.12
22550.63
34-37 Economic Affairs (Centralised Provisions)
0.00
4354.10
273040.75
265572.22
273040.75 269926.32
Revenue
0.00
4354.10
273230.75
265769.11
273230.75
270123.21
Capital
0.00
0.00
-190.00
-196.89
-190.00
-196.89
38-40 Expenditure
9.51
9.51
17242.28
18155.60
17251.79
18165.11
Revenue
2.31
2.31
17223.93
18137.26
17226.24
18139.57
Capital
7.20
7.20
18.35
18.34
25.55
25.54
41-43 Revenue
0.00
0.00
22624.86
22553.18
22624.86
22553.18
Revenue
0.00
0.00
20856.99
20841.19
20856.99
20841.19
Capital
0.00
0.00
1767.87
1711.99
1767.87
1711.99
44
Disinvestment
0.00
0.00
63.36
63.05
63.36
63.05
Revenue
0.00
0.00
63.36
63.05
63.36
63.05
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00

Accounts at a Glance
58
(` Crores)
Grant Ministry/ Department
Plan
Non-Plan
Total
No.
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
45
Food Processing Industries
400.00
393.25
9.72
9.39
409.72
402.64
Revenue
297.49
290.75
9.72
9.39
307.21
300.14
Capital
102.51
102.50
0.00
0.00
102.51
102.50
46
Health & Family Welfare
20100.00
19362.42
3200.00
3402.09
23300.00
22764.51
Revenue
18908.14
18407.17
3200.00
3402.09
22108.14
21809.26
Capital
1191.86
955.25
0.00
0.00
1191.86
955.25
47
Ayurveda, Yoga,Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha
888.00
848.91
177.00
161.50
1065.00
1010.41
and Homeopathy (AYUSH)
877.60
838.91
177.00
161.50
1054.60
1000.41
Revenue
10.40
10.00
0.00
0.00
10.40
10.00
Capital
48
Health Research
530.00
515.12
160.00
159.90
690.00
675.02
Revenue
530.00
515.12
160.00
159.90
690.00
675.02
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
49
Heavy Industry
311.00
272.76
749.70
685.62
1060.70
958.38
Revenue
239.30
236.76
118.24
81.19
357.54
317.95
Capital
71.70
36.00
631.46
604.43
703.16
640.43
50
Public Enterprises
10.33
9.41
7.85
7.69
18.18
17.10
Revenue
10.33
9.41
7.85
7.69
18.18
17.10
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
51-55 Home Affairs
2615.00
2542.00
37653.13
36881.70
40268.13
39423.70
Revenue
2107.14
2041.85
32635.05
32226.63
34742.19
34268.48
Capital
507.86
500.15
5018.08
4655.07
5525.94
5155.22

59
Accounts at a Glance
(` Crores)
Grant Ministry/ Department
Plan
Non-Plan
Total
No.
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
Contd. ......
56
Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation
880.00
821.42
7.29
6.77
887.29
828.19
Revenue
880.00
821.42
7.29
6.77
887.29
828.19
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
57
School Education & Literacy
34036.00
34129.26
2306.00
2303.24
36342.00
36432.50
Revenue
34036.00
34129.26
2306.00
2303.24
36342.00
36432.50
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
58
Higher Education
9796.00
9380.76
8410.00
6091.02
18206.00
15471.78
Revenue
9796.00
9380.76
8410.00
6091.02
18206.00
15471.78
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
59
Information and Broadcasting
850.00
789.91
1768.06
1757.40
2618.06
2547.31
Revenue
326.36
295.24
1768.06
1757.40
2094.42
2052.64
Capital
523.64
494.67
0.00
0.00
523.64
494.67
60
Labour and Employment
1195.00
1054.31
1844.00
1751.99
3039.00
2806.30
Revenue
1186.71
1046.42
1843.06
1751.17
3029.77
2797.59
Capital
8.29
7.89
0.94
0.82
9.23
8.71
61
Election Commission
0.00
0.00
23.68
23.30
23.68
23.30
Revenue
0.00
0.00
23.68
23.30
23.68
23.30
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
62
Law and Justice
280.00
270.65
664.00
579.02
944.00
849.67
Revenue
280.00
270.65
662.25
579.02
942.25
849.67
Capital
0.00
0.00
1.75
0.00
1.75
0.00

Accounts at a Glance
60
(` Crores)
Grant Ministry/ Department
Plan
Non-Plan
Total
No.
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
63
Supreme Court of India
0.00
0.00
98.37
98.37
98.37
98.37
Revenue
0.00
0.00
98.37
98.37
98.37
98.37
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
64
Micro,Small and Medium Enterprises
2390.02
2264.50
288.93
288.17
2678.95
2552.67
Revenue
2379.02
2261.30
288.13
287.87
2667.15
2549.17
Capital
11.00
3.20
0.80
0.30
11.80
3.50
65
Mines
240.00
227.77
420.11
419.95
660.11
647.72
Revenue
160.21
151.77
420.11
419.95
580.32
571.72
Capital
79.79
76.00
0.00
0.00
79.79
76.00
66
Minority Affairs
2500.00
2008.15
14.50
12.10
2514.50
2020.25
Revenue
2385.00
1893.15
14.50
12.10
2399.50
1905.25
Capital
115.00
115.00
0.00
0.00
115.00
115.00
67
New and Revewable Energy
994.45
973.52
13.50
12.75
1007.95
986.27
Revenue
941.15
920.25
13.50
12.75
954.65
933.00
Capital
53.30
53.27
0.00
0.00
53.30
53.27
68
Overseas Indian Affairs
0.00
0.00
73.00
67.87
73.00
67.87
Revenue
0.00
0.00
58.80
54.00
58.80
54.00
Capital
0.00
0.00
14.20
13.87
14.20
13.87
69
Panchayati Raj
120.00
139.08
0.60
0.40
120.60
139.48
Revenue
120.00
139.08
0.60
0.40
120.60
139.48
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00

61
Accounts at a Glance
(` Crores)
Grant Ministry/ Department
Plan
Non-Plan
Total
No.
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
Contd. ......
70
Parliamentary Affairs
0.00
0.00
8.92
7.72
8.92
7.72
Revenue
0.00
0.00
8.92
7.72
8.92
7.72
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
71
Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
215.00
194.72
520.41
528.43
735.41
723.15
Revenue
102.75
87.06
515.41
523.43
618.16
610.49
Capital
112.25
107.66
5.00
5.00
117.25
112.66
72
Petroleum and Natural Gas
37.00
36.00
38521.53
38501.08
38558.53
38537.08
Revenue
37.00
36.00
38420.00
38399.55
38457.00
38435.55
Capital
0.00
0.00
101.53
101.53
101.53
101.53
73
Planning
1045.00
310.88
72.66
69.98
1117.66
380.86
Revenue
823.00
210.87
72.66
69.98
895.66
280.85
Capital
222.00
100.01
0.00
0.00
222.00
100.01
74
Power
8725.22
8295.53
-173.46
-44.34
8551.76
8251.19
Revenue
5425.38
5220.99
-173.46
-44.34
5251.92
5176.65
Capital
3299.84
3074.54
0.00
0.00
3299.84
3074.54
75-79 President Secretariat
0.00
0.00
769.34
733.96
769.34
733.96
Revenue
0.00
0.00
769.34
733.96
769.34
733.96
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
80
Road Transport & Highways
18755.42
17949.84
4792.48
4499.83
23547.90
22449.67
Revenue
10551.32
10521.44
2962.20
2759.14
13513.52
13280.58
Capital
8204.10
7428.40
1830.28
1740.69
10034.38
9169.09

Accounts at a Glance
62
(` Crores)
Grant Ministry/ Department
Plan
Non-Plan
Total
No.
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
81
Rural Development
76337.50
72061.10
40.65
48.28
76378.15
72109.38
Revenue
76329.68
72061.10
40.65
48.28
76370.33
72109.38
Capital
7.82
0.00
0.00
0.00
7.82
0.00
82
Land Resources
2660.00
2611.54
6.05
6.31
2666.05
2617.85
Revenue
2660.00
2611.54
6.05
6.31
2666.05
2617.85
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
83
Drinking Water & Sanitation
10580.00
10565.09
4.94
4.52
10584.94
10569.61
Revenue
10580.00
10565.09
4.94
4.52
10584.94
10569.61
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
84
Science and Technology
2017.01
1932.88
351.99
346.44
2369.00
2279.32
Revenue
1981.81
1898.29
349.59
345.24
2331.40
2243.53
Capital
35.20
34.59
2.40
1.20
37.60
35.79
85
Scientific and Industrial Research
1600.00
1596.26
1388.00
1386.42
2988.00
2982.68
Revenue
1596.20
1592.72
1388.00
1386.42
2984.20
2979.14
Capital
3.80
3.54
0.00
0.00
3.80
3.54
86
Biotechnology
1200.00
1120.55
22.00
24.31
1222.00
1144.86
Revenue
1200.00
1120.55
22.00
24.31
1222.00
1144.86
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
87
Shipping
605.00
564.76
1000.00
793.03
1605.00
1357.79
Revenue
142.95
148.70
1038.20
812.68
1181.15
961.38
Capital
462.05
416.06
-38.20
-19.65
423.85
396.41

63
Accounts at a Glance
(` Crores)
Grant Ministry/ Department
Plan
Non-Plan
Total
No.
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
Contd. ......
88
Social Justice and Empowerment
4300.00
4170.59
76.41
73.99
4376.41
4244.58
Revenue
4075.00
3945.59
76.41
73.99
4151.41
4019.58
Capital
225.00
225.00
0.00
0.00
225.00
225.00
89
Space
4000.00
3603.41
880.00
878.83
4880.00
4482.24
Revenue
1917.48
1678.69
880.00
878.83
2797.48
2557.52
Capital
2082.52
1924.72
0.00
0.00
2082.52
1924.72
90
Statistics and Programme Implementation
123.00
119.02
326.70
329.71
449.70
448.73
Revenue
119.22
116.15
326.70
329.71
445.92
445.86
Capital
3.78
2.87
0.00
0.00
3.78
2.87
91
Steel
30.00
27.05
72.94
67.77
102.94
94.82
Revenue
29.00
27.05
72.94
67.77
101.94
94.82
Capital
1.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.00
0.00
92
Textiles
4725.00
4191.32
2043.85
2007.72
6768.85
6199.04
Revenue
4695.02
4167.48
1834.38
1802.07
6529.40
5969.55
Capital
29.98
23.84
209.47
205.65
239.45
229.49
93
Tourism
1000.00
997.13
66.13
57.40
1066.13
1054.53
Revenue
998.34
995.48
66.13
57.40
1064.47
1052.88
Capital
1.66
1.65
0.00
0.00
1.66
1.65
94
Tribal Affairs
1233.74
1204.87
15.71
15.37
1249.45
1220.24
Revenue
1163.74
1134.88
15.71
15.37
1179.45
1150.25
Capital
70.00
69.99
0.00
0.00
70.00
69.99

Accounts at a Glance
64
(` Crores)
Grant Ministry/ Department
Plan
Non-Plan
Total
No.
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
100-102 Urban Development
6011.84
5957.50
2142.90
2234.01
8154.74
8191.51
Revenue
476.95
437.79
1689.02
1803.67
2165.97
2241.46
Capital
5534.89
5519.71
453.88
430.34
5988.77
5950.05
103
Water Resources
560.00
520.47
489.36
451.13
1049.36
971.60
Revenue
476.50
460.11
487.56
449.18
964.06
909.29
Capital
83.50
60.36
1.80
1.95
85.30
62.31
104
Women & Child Development
10370.00
10617.30
74.27
71.18
10444.27
10688.48
Revenue
10370.00
10617.30
74.27
71.18
10444.27
10688.48
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
105
Youth Affairs & Sports
2383.67
2058.81
932.00
782.41
3315.67
2841.22
Revenue
1788.67
1602.26
124.01
119.20
1912.68
1721.46
Capital
595.00
456.55
807.99
663.21
1402.99
1119.76
Railways
18133.25
18420.62
0.00
-35.84
18133.25
18384.78
Revenue
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Capital (Heads 5002 and 5003)
18133.25
18420.62
0.00
-35.84
18133.25
18384.78

65
Accounts at a Glance
(` Crores)
Grant Ministry/ Department
Plan
Non-Plan
Total
No.
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
Contd. ......
I
Central Ministries/Departments
Total
298611.74 290420.35
817626.43
814179.74 1116238.17 1104600.09
Revenue
242033.92
236888.54
722590.28
722219.84
964624.20 959108.38
Capital
56577.82
53531.81
95036.15
91959.90
151613.97 145491.71
II
STATE PLANS (including DONER)
Total
92978.95
85392.59
0.00
0.00
92978.95
85392.59
Revenue
82488.51
75102.07
0.00
0.00
82488.51
75102.07
Capital
10490.44
10290.52
0.00
0.00
10490.44
10290.52
State Plans
91428.95
83858.47
0.00
0.00
91428.95
83858.47
Revenue
81015.51
73644.72
0.00
0.00
81015.51
73644.72
Capital
10413.44
10213.75
0.00
0.00
10413.44
10213.75
1
Agriculture and Cooperation
6762.00
6758.91
0.00
0.00
6762.00
6758.91
Revenue
6762.00
6758.91
0.00
0.00
6762.00
6758.91
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
35
Finance-Transfer to State & UTs
74009.47
65149.11
0.00
0.00
74009.47
65149.11
Revenue
63596.03
54935.36
0.00
0.00
63596.03
54935.36
Capital
10413.44
10213.75
0.00
0.00
10413.44
10213.75
69
Panchayati Raj
5050.00
6550.00
0.00
0.00
5050.00
6550.00
Revenue
5050.00
6550.00
0.00
0.00
5050.00
6550.00
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00

Accounts at a Glance
66
(` Crores)
Grant Ministry/ Department
Plan
Non-Plan
Total
No.
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
80
Road Transport & Highways
1935.52
1935.52
0.00
0.00
1935.52
1935.52
Revenue
1935.52
1935.52
0.00
0.00
1935.52
1935.52
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
90
Statistics and Programme Implementation
1700.00
1533.32
0.00
0.00
1700.00
1533.32
Revenue
1700.00
1533.32
0.00
0.00
1700.00
1533.32
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
94
Tribal Affairs
1971.96
1931.61
0.00
0.00
1971.96
1931.61
Revenue
1971.96
1931.61
0.00
0.00
1971.96
1931.61
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
28
DONER
1550.00
1534.12
0.00
0.00
1550.00
1534.12
Revenue
1473.00
1457.35
0.00
0.00
1473.00
1457.35
Capital
77.00
76.77
0.00
0.00
77.00
76.77
North Eastern Region
750.00
728.34
0.00
0.00
750.00
728.34
Revenue
673.00
651.57
0.00
0.00
673.00
651.57
Capital
77.00
76.77
0.00
0.00
77.00
76.77
Central Pool of Resources for
800.00
805.78
0.00
0.00
800.00
805.78
North East and Sikkim
Revenue
800.00
805.78
0.00
0.00
800.00
805.78
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Spl. Package for Bodoland Territorial council
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Revenue
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00

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Accounts at a Glance
III
UNION TERRITORIES
3433.51
3252.00
3925.10
4082.97
7358.61
7334.97
Revenue
2405.29
2241.60
4158.79
4270.59
6564.08
6512.19
Capital
1028.22
1010.40
-233.69
-187.62
794.53
822.78
A
Union Territories with Legislature
1245.29
1120.76
571.00
567.55
1816.29
1688.31
Revenue
1245.29
1120.76
499.00
495.55
1744.29
1616.31
Capital
0.00
0.00
72.00
72.00
72.00
72.00
55
National Capital Territory of Delhi
1080.51
943.48
6.00
2.55
1086.51
946.03
Revenue
1080.51
943.48
6.00
2.55
1086.51
946.03
Capital
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
55
Puducherry
164.78
177.28
565.00
565.00
729.78
742.28
Revenue
164.78
177.28
493.00
493.00
657.78
670.28
Capital
0.00
0.00
72.00
72.00
72.00
72.00
B
Union Territories without Legislature
2188.22
2131.24
3354.10
3515.42
5542.32
5646.66
Revenue
1160.00
1120.84
3659.79
3775.04
4819.79
4895.88
Capital
1028.22
1010.40
-305.69
-259.62
722.53
750.78
95
Andaman and Nicobar Islands
958.30
925.28
1193.10
1221.00
2151.40
2146.28
Revenue
626.45
612.13
1156.56
1184.48
1783.01
1796.61
Capital
331.85
313.15
36.54
36.52
368.39
349.67
96
Chandigarh
466.96
461.18
1586.48
1646.94
2053.44
2108.12
Revenue
165.70
159.92
1937.59
1950.38
2103.29
2110.30
Capital
301.26
301.26
-351.11
-303.44
-49.85
-2.18
(` Crores)
Grant Ministry/ Department
Plan
Non-Plan
Total
No.
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
RE
Actua
Contd. ......

Accounts at a Glance
68
97
Dadra and Nagar Haveli
259.00
256.95
92.88
92.41
351.88
349.36
Revenue
169.91
167.93
88.26
87.79
258.17
255.72
Capital
89.09
89.02
4.62
4.62
93.71
93.64
98
Daman and Diu
181.73
166.77
101.54
101.36
283.27
268.13
Revenue
86.27
71.33
100.87
100.74
187.14
172.07
Capital
95.46
95.44
0.67
0.62
96.13
96.06
99
Lakshadweep
322.23
321.06
380.10
453.71
702.33
774.77
Revenue
111.67
109.53
376.51
451.65
488.18
561.18
Capital
210.56
211.53
3.59
2.06
214.15
213.59
IV- Total Central Assistance for
96412.46
88644.59
3925.10
4082.97
100337.56
92727.56
States and UTs(II+III)
Revenue
84893.80
77343.67
4158.79
4270.59
89052.59
81614.26
Capital
11518.66
11300.92
-233.69
-187.62
11284.97
11113.30
GRAND TOTAL
395024.20 379064.94
821551.53
818262.71 1216575.73 1197327.65
Revenue
326927.72 314232.21
726749.07
726490.43 1053676.79 1040722.64
Capital
68096.48
64832.73
94802.46
91772.28
162898.94 156605.01
(` Crores)
Grant Ministry/ Department
Plan
Non-Plan
Total
No.
RE
Actual
RE
Actual
RE
Actual

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Accounts at a Glance
MATURITY PROFILE OF
INTEREST BEARING MARKET LOANS
YEAR
` Crores
Maturing prior to 2011
73,572
Maturing in 2012
90,621
Maturing in 2013
70,735
Maturing in 2014
151,862
Maturing in 2015
200,674
Maturing in 2016
169,130
Maturing in 2017
221,887
Maturing in 2018
87,235
Maturing in 2019
118,000
Maturing in 2020
135,000
Maturing in 2021
75,213
Maturing in 2022
168,465
Maturing in 2023
19,000
Maturing in 2024
10,000
Maturing in 2026
15,000
Maturing in 2027
106,680
Maturing in 2028
26,000
Maturing in 2032
125,956
Maturing in 2034
60,000
Maturing in 2035
42,350
Maturing in 2036
59,000
Maturing in 2039
13,000
Maturing in 2040
32,000
TOTAL
2,071,380
Appendix-9

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70
GRANTS/APPROPRIATIONS INVOLVING SAVING OF
` 100 CRORES AND ABOVE FOR THE YEAR 2010-11
(` Crores)
Grant No. and Name of
Amount of Grant/
Expenditure
Saving
Grant or Appropriation
Appropriaton
Revenue
Capital
Revenue
Capital
Revenue
Capital
Contd. ......
001 Department of
Voted
17776.21
17305.18
471.03
Agriculture and
Cooperation
003 Department of Animal
Voted
1749.63
1484.10
265.53
Husbandry, Dairying
and Fisheries
004 Atomic Energy
Voted
5096.90
3008.05
4839.19
2495.98
257.71
512.07
005 Nuclear Power Schemes
Voted
1450.41
398.26
1052.15
006 Department of
Voted
1641.32
1227.57
413.75
Chemicals and
Petrochemicals
009 Ministry of Civil Aviation Voted
1475.36
1428.70
1239.73
1287.64
235.63
141.06
011 Department of Commerce Voted
5994.65
4605.84
1388.81
014 Department of
Voted
10575.51
1684.95
10277.14
93.12
298.37
1591.83
Telecommunications
015 Department of
Voted
3558.03
2979.97
578.06
Information Technology
017 Department of Food and
Voted
66607.36
66326.22
281.14
Public Distribution
Appendix-10

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Accounts at a Glance
(` Crores)
Grant No. and Name of
Amount of Grant/
Expenditure
Saving
Grant or Appropriation
Appropriaton
Revenue
Capital
Revenue
Capital
Revenue
Capital
020 Ministry of Defence
Voted
11895.28
11458.31
436.97
028 Ministry of Development Voted
1618.34
241.00
1499.76
140.77
118.58
100.23
of North Eastern Region
029 MInistry of Earth
Voted
1079.67
284.29
969.74
128.33
109.93
155.96
Sciences
032 Department of Economic Voted
6845.63
13177.56
6171.08
10725.89
674.55
2451.67
Affairs
033 Department of Financial Voted
36686.98
23182.12
34874.75
22550.63
1812.23
631.49
Services
034 Appropriation - Interest Charged
251664.01
244742.82
6921.19
Payments
035 Transfers to State and
Charged
32639.01
11413.44
31514.20
10213.75
1124.81
1199.69
Union Territory
Governments
Voted
83988.83
71525.15
12463.68
037 Appropriation Repayment Charged
3398559.15
2814774.12
583785.03
of Debt
042 Direct Taxes
Voted
2844.98
1679.01
2697.96
1572.28
147.02
106.73
043 Indirect Taxes
Voted
264.20
123.09
141.11
046 Department of Health &
Voted
24142.17
1221.04
23266.73
955.25
875.44
265.79
Family Welfare

Accounts at a Glance
72
(` Crores)
Grant No. and Name of
Amount of Grant/
Expenditure
Saving
Grant or Appropriation
Appropriaton
Revenue
Capital
Revenue
Capital
Revenue
Capital
Contd. ......
051 Ministry of Home Affairs Voted
4232.66
4097.48
135.18
053 Police
Voted
29125.04
7426.59
28876.37
4960.00
248.67
2466.59
055 Transfers to Union
Voted
1924.11
1616.31
307.80
Territory Governments
056 Minsitry of Housing and
Voted
1007.07
828.24
178.83
Urban Poverty Alleviation
057 Department of School
Voted
53330.83
52546.94
783.89
Education and Literacy
058 Dept.of Higher Education Voted
18783.34
15566.76
3216.58
059 Ministry of Information
Voted
2269.70
2063.64
206.06
and Broadcasting
060 Ministry of Labour and
Voted
3435.68
763.40
3058.25
309.73
377.43
453.67
Employment
064 Ministry of Micro, Small
Voted
2667.18
2556.81
110.37
and Medium Enterprises
066 Ministry of Minority
Voted
2500.37
1905.97
594.40
Affairs
073 Ministry of Planning
Voted
1866.25
280.85
1585.40
074 Ministry of Power
Voted
11418.97
5139.49
7581.43
3179.73
3837.54
1959.76
080 Ministry of Road
Voted
18474.45
20418.53
17884.64
19473.17
589.81
945.36
Transport and Highways

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Accounts at a Glance
(` Crores)
Grant No. and Name of
Amount of Grant/
Expenditure
Saving
Grant or Appropriation
Appropriaton
Revenue
Capital
Revenue
Capital
Revenue
Capital
081 Department of Rural
Voted
148217.71
130299.16
17918.55
Development
087 Ministry of Shipping
Voted
1654.44
1164.91
489.53
088 Ministry of Social Justice Voted
4374.05
4035.17
338.88
and Empowerment
089 Department of Space
Voted
3100.26
2676.88
2557.48
1924.72
542.78
752.16
090 Ministry of Statistics
Voted
2287.84
1979.18
308.66
and Programme
Implementation
092 Ministry of Textiles
Voted
13300.24
12817.41
482.83
097 Dadra and Nagar Haveli
Voted
1613.69
1438.66
175.03
100 Department of Urban
Voted
1183.24
1057.57
125.67
Development
103 Ministry of Water
Voted
1050.56
929.43
121.13
Resources
104 Ministry of Women and
Voted
11070.55
10699.99
370.56
Child Development
105 Ministry of Youth Affairs Voted
2377.91
1402.99
1724.83
1119.75
653.08
283.24
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