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Table 22 : Details of Capital Receipts (Part 2 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)

 

156,722

359

31,249

190,277

7,648

221,875

49,990

128,311

23,892

I.

External Debt

 

II.

Internal Debt* (1 to 7)

 

37,258

873

4,408

41,427

980

21,034

5,378

111,042

11,080

 

1.

Market Loans

 

33,924

473

3,774

38,899

960

9,773

6,654

 

2.

Loans from L.I.C.

 

2,064

1,931

1,457

 

3.

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

-2,270

 

4.

Loans from NABARD #

 

49

133

443

 

5.

Loans from National Co-operative

 
   

Development Corporation

 

779

100

20

729

421

 

6.

Special Securities issued to NSSF

 

 

7.

Others@

 

491

400

585

364

9,075

130

111,042

11,080

   

of which:

 
   

Land Compensation and other Bonds

 

3

III.

Loans and Advances from the Centre (1 to 6)

91,260

2,310

23,015

113,402

4,949

81,108

26,384

10,658

14,294

 

1.

State Plan Schemes

 

56,930

2,064

3,864

59,630

2,804

13,572

9,368

2,696

12,579

   

of which:

 
   

Advance release of plan Assistance for

   

Natural Calamities

 

 

2.

Central Plan Schemes

 

6

5

2,000

150

25

1

 

3.

Centrally Sponsored Schemes

 

695

115

189

687

26

143

447

 

4.

Non-Plan (i to iii)

 

33,629

126

10,816

52,935

2,094

35,454

16,872

7,515

1,715

   

(i) Share of Small Savings

 

30,309

115

10,667

49,600

2,084

34,709

15,663

7,282

1,706

   

(ii) Relief for Natural Calamities

 

   

(iii)Others

 

3,320

11

149

3,335

10

745

1,209

233

9

 

5.

Ways and Means Advances from Centre

6,000

32,082

 

6.

Loans for Special Schemes

 

146

IV.

Recovery of Loans and Advances (1 to 12)

11,288

75

584

2,500

235

9,602

3,050

702

721

 

1.

Housing

 

136

8

263

190

31

25

 

2.

Urban Development

 

27

1

2

22

78

14

2

 

3.

Crop Husbandry

 

2,093

1,600

8

1,714

62

132

3

 

4.

Food Storage and Warehousing

 

5

4

9

 

5.

Co-operation

 

5,260

20

43

212

7

580

1,160

14

3

 

6.

Minor Irrigation

 

22

 

7.

Power Projects

 

489

7

156

118

 

8.

Village and Small Industries

 

26

5

10

60

3

46

18

19

20

 

9.

Industries and Minerals

 

18

36

15

1,381

64

470

 

10.

Road Transport

 

3

2,816

 

11.

Government Servants, etc.+

 

2,310

50

488

600

166

1,080

1,041

321

184

 

12.

Others**

 

902

6

1

21

1,484

501

56

16

V.

Inter-State Settlement (net)

 

3

VI.

Contingency Fund (net)

 

-140

-2

122

VII.

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

12,858

1,081

3,533

32,248

1,191

9,181

13,481

6,521

7,012

 

1.

State Provident Funds

 

9,024

909

2,208

27,248

1,095

6,950

13,038

6,097

6,477

 

2.

Others

 

3,834

172

1,325

5,000

96

2,231

443

424

535

VIII.

Reserve Funds (net) (1 to 4)

 

549

189

-12

-893

-63

1,372

 

1.

Depreciation/Renewal Reserve Funds

 

81

800

1,372

 

2.

Sinking Funds

 

174

56

45

 

3.

Famine Relief Fund

 

4

-1,643

3

 

4.

Others

 

290

133

-12

705

-866

IX.

Deposits and Advances (net) (1 to 4)

 

12,305

152

2,595

700

826

17,718

-172

-101

-10,587

 

1.

Civil Deposits

 

6,234

137

4,192

700

375

1,257

1,087

277

105

 

2.

Deposits of Local Funds

 

-602

-36

753

-948

-390

-10,692

 

3.

Civil Advances

 

-167

18

-1,475

-3

-125

-3

-3

 

4.

Others

 

6,840

-3

-86

454

15,833

-308

15

X.

Suspense and Miscellaneous@@ (net)

(1+2)

-5,855

-3,226

-1,312

298

79,522

2,430

-2,097

 

1.

Suspense

 

-1,121

-3,190

-1,545

322

79,861

2,688

-2,111

 

2.

Others

 

-4,734

-36

233

-24

-339

-258

14

XI.

Appropriation to Contingency Fund (net)

XII.

Miscellaneous Capital Receipts

 

8,487

 

of which :

 
 

Disinvestment

 

XIII.

Remittances (net)

 

-2,801

-906

-1,761

-822

-4,006

-498

1,586

See ‘Notes on Tables’.


TABLE 22.2 : DETAILS OF CAPITAL RECEIPTS : 1991-92 (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)

 

150,379

108,046

106,138

320,100

5,607

5,696

-192

9,105

113,028

I.

External Debt

 

II.

Internal Debt* (1 to 7)

 

18,591

23,098

19,313

22,913

2,198

1,371

1,510

2,828

27,869

 

1.

Market Loans

 

15,777

19,292

16,426

18,907

1,213

1,303

1,580

26,104

 

2.

Loans from L.I.C.

 

849

549

45

363

808

 

3.

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

 

4.

Loans from NABARD #

 

72

434

331

143

 

5.

Loans from National Co-operative

 
   

Development Corporation

 

1,418

2,917

1,822

200

8

13

605

 

6.

Special Securities issued to NSSF

 

 

7.

Others@

 

475

455

185

4,006

785

15

1,497

885

209

   

of which:

 
   

Land Compensation and other Bonds

 

1

25

10

III.

Loans and Advances from the Centre (1 to 6)

52,800

57,503

61,564

153,415

1,606

2,074

1,364

6,042

43,659

 

1.

State Plan Schemes

 

26,929

22,819

37,506

39,250

1,075

1,289

1,033

1,626

24,314

   

of which:

 
   

Advance release of plan Assistance for

   

Natural Calamities

 

 

2.

Central Plan Schemes

 

93

308

26

1,261

1

71

 

3.

Centrally Sponsored Schemes

 

735

276

1,379

28

21

9

326

2,364

 

4.

Non-Plan (i to iii)

 

25,043

14,019

19,833

112,904

344

764

251

1,590

10,037

   

(i) Share of Small Savings

 

23,139

13,564

17,929

109,968

240

713

233

1,590

8,754

   

(ii) Relief for Natural Calamities

 

   

(iii)Others

 

1,904

455

1,904

2,936

104

51

18

1,283

 

5.

Ways and Means Advances from Centre

20,081

2,820

51

2,500

6,944

 

6.

Loans for Special Schemes

 

107

IV.

Recovery of Loans and Advances (1 to 12)

38,735

2,215

4,030

23,229

187

675

290

595

4,662

 

1.

Housing

 

86

95

409

1,159

4

13

61

43

88

 

2.

Urban Development

 

22

62

572

199

7

5

61

 

3.

Crop Husbandry

 

217

357

192

2,550

1

320

 

4.

Food Storage and Warehousing

 

231

-102

10

3

 

5.

Co-operation

 

545

153

1,708

7,408

61

6

500

2,058

 

6.

Minor Irrigation

 

2

21

 

7.

Power Projects

 

35,022

16

4,212

14

 

8.

Village and Small Industries

 

132

80

35

43

3

1

1

89

 

9.

Industries and Minerals

 

516

45

46

398

175

 

10.

Road Transport

 

302

475

 

11.

Government Servants, etc.+

 

1,144

712

835

535

119

448

207

50

667

 

12.

Others**

 

1,049

464

33

6,229

7

10

1

1,376

V.

Inter-State Settlement (net)

 

9

VI.

Contingency Fund (net)

 

-2,499

3,689

-737

1,875

VII.

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

15,327

25,701

27,168

16,248

1,953

475

1,102

-360

19,322

 

1.

State Provident Funds

 

5,682

14,284

24,491

12,452

1,856

475

992

-500

19,274

 

2.

Others

 

9,645

11,417

2,677

3,796

97

110

140

48

VIII.

Reserve Funds (net) (1 to 4)

 

6,965

143

2,970

66,446

74

2

140

 

1.

Depreciation/Renewal Reserve Funds

 

7

36

 

2.

Sinking Funds

 

5,349

25,784

2

16

 

3.

Famine Relief Fund

 

-3

25

49

 

4.

Others

 

1,616

136

2,973

40,601

74

75

IX.

Deposits and Advances (net) (1 to 4)

 

11,859

6,242

-8,507

18,087

370

438

469

13,048

 

1.

Civil Deposits

 

6,308

6,644

-9,561

4,725

401

438

43

14,567

 

2.

Deposits of Local Funds

 

3,002

-206

28

-169

4

425

-1,430

 

3.

Civil Advances

 

-171

-10

-116

-89

-6

5

-101

 

4.

Others

 

2,720

-186

1,142

13,620

-29

-4

12

X.

Suspense and Miscellaneous@@ (net)

(1+2)

4,790

-3,091

1,883

25,674

699

-690

-4,463

2,100

 

1.

Suspense

 

-1,064

-2,946

-1,129

-2,242

533

-690

-4,491

1,953

 

2.

Others

 

5,854

-145

3,012

27,916

166

28

147

XI.

Appropriation to Contingency Fund (net)

-5,000

XII.

Miscellaneous Capital Receipts

 

 

of which :

 
 

Disinvestment

 

XIII.

Remittances (net)

 

3,802

-2,454

-1,546

-5,912

-1,480

1,351

-464

353


TABLE 22.2 : DETAILS OF CAPITAL RECEIPTS : 1991-92 (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)

 

116,943

193,514

2,359

260,375

7,045

366,627

148,696

2,723,789

I.

External Debt

 

II.

Internal Debt* (1 to 7)

 

4,583

22,546

1,225

26,325

2,713

62,567

31,045

504,175

 

1.

Market Loans

 

4,098

20,433

674

23,305

1,657

58,671

27,118

331,015

 

2.

Loans from L.I.C.

 

65

477

42

1,579

880

45

150

11,304

 

3.

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

3,193

923

 

4.

Loans from NABARD #

 

312

1,917

 

5.

Loans from National Co-operative

 
   

Development Corporation

 

353

1,375

18

447

379

11,604

 

6.

Special Securities issued to NSSF

 

 

7.

Others@

 

67

261

509

1,129

158

211

3,398

147,412

   

of which:

 
   

Land Compensation and other Bonds

 

39

III.

Loans and Advances from the Centre (1 to 6)

97,243

55,757

1,148

85,952

3,520

222,685

93,189

1,306,901

 

1.

State Plan Schemes

 

71,999

26,411

941

47,531

1,845

134,583

27,764

630,422

   

of which:

 
   

Advance release of plan Assistance for

   

Natural Calamities

 

 

2.

Central Plan Schemes

 

7

3

1

31

3

3,992

 

3.

Centrally Sponsored Schemes

 

334

1,647

77

334

35

5

943

10,815

 

4.

Non-Plan (i to iii)

 

24,903

27,451

130

37,486

1,515

81,492

64,479

583,397

   

(i) Share of Small Savings

 

23,241

24,347

108

326

1,494

80,333

55,058

513,172

   

(ii) Relief for Natural Calamities

 

   

(iii)Others

 

1,662

3,104

22

37,160

21

1,159

9,421

70,225

 

5.

Ways and Means Advances from Centre

245

600

94

4,105

75,522

 

6.

Loans for Special Schemes

 

2,500

2,753

IV.

Recovery of Loans and Advances (1 to 12)

4,135

69,887

30

129,517

58

18,699

5,321

331,022

 

1.

Housing

 

136

98

1,713

168

101

4,827

 

2.

Urban Development

 

123

131

3,759

165

3,120

8,372

 

3.

Crop Husbandry

 

864

-269

1,413

415

11,672

 

4.

Food Storage and Warehousing

 

172

75

74

481

 

5.

Co-operation

 

1,281

642

425

2,369

275

24,730

 

6.

Minor Irrigation

 

2

37

2

86

 

7.

Power Projects

 

119

61,307

110,999

12,253

175

224,887

 

8.

Village and Small Industries

 

232

27

209

380

14

1,453

 

9.

Industries and Minerals

 

86

352

798

142

142

4,684

 

10.

Road Transport

 

1,000

720

5

5,321

 

11.

Government Servants, etc.+

 

1,071

5,191

30

3,624

1,599

1,020

23,492

 

12.

Others**

 

1,087

101

7,427

58

129

59

21,017

V.

Inter-State Settlement (net)

 

12

VI.

Contingency Fund (net)

 

54

7,859

-9,163

-38

1,020

VII.

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

12,130

21,658

379

15,203

2,264

35,050

10,216

290,942

 

1.

State Provident Funds

 

11,514

15,524

379

13,902

2,076

30,334

9,692

235,473

 

2.

Others

 

616

6,134

1,301

188

4,716

524

55,469

VIII.

Reserve Funds (net) (1 to 4)

 

-672

2,056

13,648

34,855

6,538

134,307

 

1.

Depreciation/Renewal Reserve Funds

 

-667

692

4

4,964

7,289

 

2.

Sinking Funds

 

3,979

18,707

54,112

 

3.

Famine Relief Fund

 

14

1

11

3

-1,536

 

4.

Others

 

-5

1,350

9,664

11,173

6,535

74,442

IX.

Deposits and Advances (net) (1 to 4)

 

2,171

23,627

112

5,568

-735

48,950

13,517

158,652

 

1.

Civil Deposits

 

2,441

8,769

112

-2,160

-726

29,112

1,258

76,735

 

2.

Deposits of Local Funds

 

-198

232

-7

-9,028

3,026

-16,236

 

3.

Civil Advances

 

-79

-58

-20

-9

-73

-3

-2,488

 

4.

Others

 

7

14,684

7,755

28,939

9,236

100,641

X.

Suspense and Miscellaneous@@ (net)

(1+2)

-2,093

-2,173

-468

6,226

-710

-24,037

-1,028

72,379

 

1.

Suspense

 

-1,893

-2,244

9

-2,849

-896

-15,678

9,907

51,184

 

2.

Others

 

-200

71

-477

9,075

186

-8,359

-10,935

21,195

XI.

Appropriation to Contingency Fund (net)

-7,500

-12,500

XII.

Miscellaneous Capital Receipts

 

8,487

 

of which :

 
 

Disinvestment

 

XIII.

Remittances (net)

 

-554

156

-121

-22,423

-65

-22,979

-10,064

-71,608


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