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Table 22 : Details of Capital Receipts (Part 1 of 14)
                       

(Rs. lakh)

                         
 

Items

 

Andhra

Arunachal

Assam

Bihar

Goa

Gujarat

Haryana

Himachal

Jammu &

       

Pradesh

Pradesh

Pradesh

Kashmir

 

1

   

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

       
 

TOTAL RECEIPTS (I to XIII)

 

126,143

6,093

97,156

171,354

14,795

213,112

54,034

36,247

58,815

I.

External Debt

 

II.

Internal Debt* (1 to 7)

 

26,854

1,013

4,203

34,746

1,060

11,543

8,842

3,341

10,160

 

1.

Market Loans

 

23,981

430

3,431

33,967

873

8,430

5,395

2,274

 

2.

Loans from L.I.C.

 

1,491

99

2

230

187

2,216

76

 

3.

Loans from S.B.I.and other Banks (net)

203

200

 

4.

Loans from NABARD #

 

121

271

 

5.

Loans from National Co-operative

 
   

Development Corporation

 

865

669

205

117

612

357

 

6.

Special Securities issued to NSSF

 

 

7.

Others@

 

517

484

101

223

2,725

416

434

10,160

   

of which:

 
   

Land Compensation and other Bonds

 

1,075

III.

Loans and Advances from the Centre (1 to 6)

79,077

3,628

87,684

100,278

10,664

88,325

28,135

22,531

49,990

 

1.

State Plan Schemes

 

32,159

1,376

39,058

45,321

6,622

18,144

8,719

2,409

43,991

   

of which:

 
   

Advance release of plan Assistance for

   

Natural Calamities

 

-541

-6,269

 

2.

Central Plan Schemes

 

6

1,875

150

4

2

-280

 

3.

Centrally Sponsored Schemes

 

172

74

310

687

28

104

96

290

 

4.

Non-Plan (i to iii)

 

46,740

2,178

30,441

53,060

4,010

70,077

19,318

20,112

5,999

   

(i) Share of Small Savings

 

43,312

492

14,800

50,600

4,010

58,906

18,210

9,998

5,969

   

(ii) Relief for Natural Calamities

 

   

(iii)Others

 

3,428

1,686

15,641

2,460

11,171

1,108

10,114

30

 

5.

Ways and Means Advances from Centre

16,000

1,060

 

6.

Loans for Special Schemes

 

IV.

Recovery of Loans and Advances (1 to 12)

5,954

63

594

4,000

193

12,061

2,353

525

394

 

1.

Housing

 

210

6

198

77

15

40

 

2.

Urban Development

 

30

2

21

69

35

2

 

3.

Crop Husbandry

 

1,695

1

2,500

3

4,693

100

48

128

 

4.

Food Storage and Warehousing

 

2

1

8

 

5.

Co-operation

 

548

17

9

247

14

704

433

21

10

 

6.

Minor Irrigation

 

1

 

7.

Power Projects

 

296

7

38

77

123

 

8.

Village and Small Industries

 

49

4

8

60

2

49

12

15

18

 

9.

Industries and Minerals

 

70

71

526

292

 

10.

Road Transport

 

7

3

1,976

1

 

11.

Government Servants, etc.+

 

2,162

41

506

600

136

911

985

246

182

 

12.

Others**

 

884

55

11

3,130

634

46

16

V.

Inter-State Settlement (net)

 

3

VI.

Contingency Fund (net)

 

174

-2

500

275

127

VII.

Small Savings, Provident Funds etc. (net) (1+2)

9,592

1,137

2,421

29,330

1,620

7,797

12,708

6,230

6,594

 

1.

State Provident Funds

 

5,341

1,051

1,697

23,330

1,547

5,761

12,259

5,860

6,024

 

2.

Others

 

4,251

86

724

6,000

73

2,036

449

370

570

VIII.

Reserve Funds (net) (1 to 4)

 

453

2,523

100

10,141

1,790

1,194

 

1.

Depreciation/Renewal Reserve Funds

 

74

865

1,194

 

2.

Sinking Funds

 

175

10

48

 

3.

Famine Relief Fund

 

4

697

 

4.

Others

 

200

2,513

100

9,396

925

IX.

Deposits and Advances (net) (1 to 4)

 

9,814

-160

887

3,000

757

9,791

2,828

53

-9,517

 

1.

Civil Deposits

 

3,354

-146

2,637

322

3,292

1,046

42

100

 

2.

Deposits of Local Funds

 

-2,858

-4

3,000

490

1,030

8

-9,617

 

3.

Civil Advances

 

-36

-14

-1,746

1

81

-9

 

4.

Others

 

9,354

434

5,928

752

12

X.

Suspense and Miscellaneous@@ (net)

(1+2)

-6,830

3,624

-154

733

73,873

-2,821

3,459

 

1.

Suspense

 

-8,808

3,611

-263

353

69,113

-2,832

3,464

 

2.

Others

 

1,978

13

109

380

4,760

11

-5

XI.

Appropriation to Contingency Fund (net)

-275

XII.

Miscellaneous Capital Receipts

 

 

of which :

 
 

Disinvestment

 

XIII.

Remittances (net)

 

1,055

-3,210

-1,502

-332

-549

199

108

                         

See ‘Notes on Tables’.

                   

   

TABLE 22.1 : DETAILS OF CAPITAL RECEIPTS : 1990-91 (Contd.)

   
       

(Rs. lakh)

       
 

Items

 

Karnataka

Kerala

Madhya

Mahara-

Manipur

Megha-

Mizoram

Nagaland

Orissa

       

Pradesh

shtra

laya

 

1

   

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

       
 

TOTAL RECEIPTS (I to XIII)

 

134,921

94,886

128,395

230,007

8,475

5,503

5,027

10,236

100,824

I.

External Debt

 

II.

Internal Debt* (1 to 7)

 

14,920

19,363

16,625

26,629

2,463

126

512

2,541

15,590

 

1.

Market Loans

 

13,709

15,221

15,041

10,442

1,103

12

1,437

14,352

 

2.

Loans from L.I.C.

 

767

1,477

469

376

161

44

330

690

 

3.

Loans from S.B.I.and other Banks (net)

17

 

4.

Loans from NABARD #

 

13,849

451

 

5.

Loans from National Co-operative

 
   

Development Corporation

 

444

2,030

893

1,638

241

56

4

87

 

6.

Special Securities issued to NSSF

 

 

7.

Others@

 

635

222

324

941

14

508

774

10

   

of which:

 
   

Land Compensation and other Bonds

 

2

11

100

10

III.

Loans and Advances from the Centre (1 to 6)

45,970

40,842

54,156

129,603

5,885

2,786

2,966

7,358

60,744

 

1.

State Plan Schemes

 

18,263

19,917

28,453

30,058

1,553

1,195

983

1,245

19,806

   

of which:

 
   

Advance release of plan Assistance for

   

Natural Calamities

 

 

2.

Central Plan Schemes

 

15

206

3,200

45

 

3.

Centrally Sponsored Schemes

 

549

854

630

321

59

220

51

238

1,155

 

4.

Non-Plan (i to iii)

 

27,143

15,765

25,073

99,224

1,073

1,371

1,887

4,875

29,783

   

(i) Share of Small Savings

 

25,274

15,396

23,296

96,544

953

1,269

472

2,075

18,525

   

(ii) Relief for Natural Calamities

 

   

(iii)Others

 

1,869

369

1,777

2,680

120

102

1,415

2,800

11,258

 

5.

Ways and Means Advances from Centre

4,100

1,000

10,000

 

6.

Loans for Special Schemes

 

IV.

Recovery of Loans and Advances (1 to 12)

37,301

1,769

5,847

12,201

142

370

250

611

3,302

 

1.

Housing

 

23

79

175

740

1

16

48

40

84

 

2.

Urban Development

 

27

64

803

242

7

9

21

 

3.

Crop Husbandry

 

493

393

510

1,745

42

 

4.

Food Storage and Warehousing

 

223

499

-1

18

 

5.

Co-operation

 

694

138

2,911

1,293

2

7

26

500

1,553

 

6.

Minor Irrigation

 

2

1

29

 

7.

Power Projects

 

34,016

37

3,777

5

 

8.

Village and Small Industries

 

105

107

34

61

7

1

70

 

9.

Industries and Minerals

 

292

-10

72

38

147

16

 

10.

Road Transport

 

7

493

 

11.

Government Servants, etc.+

 

1,189

611

770

406

132

188

123

69

510

 

12.

Others**

 

453

127

72

3,378

44

1

988

V.

Inter-State Settlement (net)

 

-4

-108

VI.

Contingency Fund (net)

 

-1,899

273

-789

-8,813

581

VII.

Small Savings, Provident Funds etc. (net) (1+2)

14,036

29,345

28,716

16,362

450

379

753

1,054

13,569

 

1.

State Provident Funds

 

4,788

20,163

26,174

13,577

350

379

708

924

13,545

 

2.

Others

 

9,248

9,182

2,542

2,785

100

45

130

24

VIII.

Reserve Funds (net) (1 to 4)

 

4,820

975

751

53,708

52

30

 

1.

Depreciation/Renewal Reserve Funds

 

5

 

2.

Sinking Funds

 

4,641

31,387

2

16

 

3.

Famine Relief Fund

 

-1

25

50

19

 

4.

Others

 

179

970

752

22,296

-5

IX.

Deposits and Advances (net) (1 to 4)

 

13,729

4,597

25,715

19,063

460

396

-371

-1,328

9,683

 

1.

Civil Deposits

 

10,185

3,547

26,056

1,341

178

396

-603

-1,328

6,032

 

2.

Deposits of Local Funds

 

3,073

724

41

176

-427

231

3,635

 

3.

Civil Advances

 

5

284

-1,778

-117

-170

 

4.

Others

 

466

42

1,396

17,663

709

1

186

X.

Suspense and Miscellaneous@@ (net)

(1+2)

6,314

-1,454

1,381

-21,226

-825

657

2,552

790

 

1.

Suspense

 

1,156

-1,248

-598

3,465

-847

657

2,515

745

 

2.

Others

 

5,158

-206

1,979

-24,691

22

37

45

XI.

Appropriation to Contingency Fund (net)

7,500

-4,000

XII.

Miscellaneous Capital Receipts

 

 

of which :

 
 

Disinvestment

 

XIII.

Remittances (net)

 

-266

-824

-4,007

-4,912

-100

737

-1,635

535


TABLE 22.1 : DETAILS OF CAPITAL RECEIPTS : 1990-91(Concld.)

       

(Rs. lakh)

       
 

Items

 

Punjab

Rajasthan

Sikkim

Tamil

Tripura

Uttar

West

All

       

Nadu

Pradesh

Bengal

States

 

1

   

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

       
 

TOTAL RECEIPTS (I to XIII)

 

146,332

99,573

3,327

146,642

12,829

381,843

182,710

2,469,285

I.

External Debt

 

II.

Internal Debt* (1 to 7)

 

4,333

17,468

1,554

21,930

2,150

58,678

19,792

326,436

 

1.

Market Loans

 

3,725

16,079

854

18,511

1,284

47,653

17,845

256,049

 

2.

Loans from L.I.C.

 

407

52

1,373

60

1,306

617

12,430

 

3.

Loans from S.B.I.and other Banks (net)

-305

115

 

4.

Loans from NABARD #

 

235

340

254

8,938

24,459

 

5.

Loans from National Co-operative

 
   

Development Corporation

 

351

489

1,010

-9

10,059

 

6.

Special Securities issued to NSSF

 

 

7.

Others@

 

22

153

648

1,792

806

76

1,339

23,324

   

of which:

 
   

Land Compensation and other Bonds

 

10

12

1,210

III.

Loans and Advances from the Centre (1 to 6)

119,116

62,671

1,233

74,761

6,847

199,499

112,680

1,397,429

 

1.

State Plan Schemes

 

88,063

22,970

1,011

37,409

1,535

82,273

23,026

575,559

   

of which:

 
   

Advance release of plan Assistance for

   

Natural Calamities

 

-6,810

 

2.

Central Plan Schemes

 

32

3

6

2

5,266

 

3.

Centrally Sponsored Schemes

 

181

1,056

83

498

47

987

994

9,684

 

4.

Non-Plan (i to iii)

 

30,872

38,613

139

29,351

5,265

116,233

88,658

767,260

   

(i) Share of Small Savings

 

29,360

33,331

115

27,298

2,795

112,515

82,354

677,869

   

(ii) Relief for Natural Calamities

 

   

(iii)Others

 

1,512

5,282

24

2,053

2,470

3,718

6,304

89,391

 

5.

Ways and Means Advances from Centre

7,500

39,660

 

6.

Loans for Special Schemes

 

IV.

Recovery of Loans and Advances (1 to 12)

4,212

5,277

22

12,780

666

36,521

2,646

150,054

 

1.

Housing

 

144

92

119

903

67

3,077

 

2.

Urban Development

 

121

157

375

245

225

2,455

 

3.

Crop Husbandry

 

806

311

51

4,864

971

19,354

 

4.

Food Storage and Warehousing

 

149

337

22

1,258

 

5.

Co-operation

 

2,032

592

860

6,404

128

19,143

 

6.

Minor Irrigation

 

1

2

36

 

7.

Power Projects

 

42

1,205

19,003

320

58,946

 

8.

Village and Small Industries

 

113

-9

1

138

389

16

1,250

 

9.

Industries and Minerals

 

190

809

3,418

86

6,017

 

10.

Road Transport

 

3

201

-126

2,565

 

11.

Government Servants, etc.+

 

639

2,492

20

3,399

1,328

783

18,428

 

12.

Others**

 

315

94

1

6,491

666

69

50

17,525

V.

Inter-State Settlement (net)

 

-109

VI.

Contingency Fund (net)

 

-15

-380

13,936

2

3,966

VII.

Small Savings, Provident Funds etc. (net) (1+2)

11,735

19,806

312

21,953

2,492

45,618

22,931

306,940

 

1.

State Provident Funds

 

11,178

13,693

312

14,616

2,387

40,721

22,391

248,776

 

2.

Others

 

557

6,113

7,337

105

4,897

540

58,164

VIII.

Reserve Funds (net) (1 to 4)

 

-272

669

10,039

24,930

109

112,012

 

1.

Depreciation/Renewal Reserve Funds

 

-271

665

4

3,592

6,128

 

2.

Sinking Funds

 

3,094

16,307

55,680

 

3.

Famine Relief Fund

 

180

13

10

11

1,008

 

4.

Others

 

-1

-176

6,928

5,021

98

49,196

IX.

Deposits and Advances (net) (1 to 4)

 

4,653

-6,483

37

5,549

-287

51,523

22,625

167,014

 

1.

Civil Deposits

 

2,938

-3,058

37

7,639

-277

17,925

2,775

84,430

 

2.

Deposits of Local Funds

 

1,706

2,315

12

-10

-12,913

14,696

5,308

 

3.

Civil Advances

 

-17

58

28

46

-3,384

 

4.

Others

 

9

-5,723

-2,160

46,483

5,108

80,660

X.

Suspense and Miscellaneous@@ (net)

(1+2)

-670

248

-345

-1,429

834

-22,266

1,156

37,601

 

1.

Suspense

 

-116

-92

1,378

1,595

-21,062

-8,890

43,296

 

2.

Others

 

-554

340

-345

-2,807

-761

-1,204

10,046

-5,695

XI.

Appropriation to Contingency Fund (net)

-20,000

-16,775

XII.

Miscellaneous Capital Receipts

 

107

107

 

of which :

 
 

Disinvestment

 

XIII.

Remittances (net)

 

3,225

-190

539

1,439

127

-6,596

769

-15,390


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