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Table 22 : Details of Capital Receipts (Part 5 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)

 

338,071

6,049

235,598

180,857

10,433

191,487

112,835

38,692

31,242

I.

External Debt

 

II.

Internal Debt* (1 to 7)

 

48,435

3,564

159,377

47,350

1,879

25,349

8,441

4,614

14,142

 

1.

Market Loans

 

43,755

468

44,210

1,450

20,945

10,895

3,444

 

2.

Loans from L.I.C.

 

3,215

322

429

1,188

114

 

3.

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

0

-5,800

 

4.

Loans from NABARD #

 

20

189

 

5.

Loans from National Co-operative

 
   

Development Corporation

 

489

159,377

974

445

3,346

356

 

6.

Special Securities issued to NSSF

 

 

7.

Others@

 

956

3,096

1,655

2,771

700

14,142

   

of which:

 
   

Land Compensation and other Bonds

 

2

14

III.

Loans and Advances from the Centre (1 to 6)

151,621

3,420

50,936

106,431

5,978

96,855

41,241

30,713

25,496

 

1.

State Plan Schemes

 

91,211

2,669

17,500

70,600

3,493

33,615

17,256

3,325

22,423

   

of which:

 
   

Advance release of plan Assistance for

   

Natural Calamities

 

19,357

 

2.

Central Plan Schemes

 

16

2,500

202

556

 

3.

Centrally Sponsored Schemes

 

1,125

36

276

912

170

175

784

 

4.

Non-Plan (i to iii)

 

59,285

576

24,182

33,717

2,315

62,684

23,810

26,604

3,073

   

(i) Share of Small Savings

 

59,130

530

23,571

33,277

2,300

62,627

23,767

26,604

3,050

   

(ii) Relief for Natural Calamities

 

   

(iii)Others

 

155

46

611

440

15

57

43

23

 

5.

Ways and Means Advances from Centre

6,300

1,000

 

6.

Loans for Special Schemes

 

123

178

IV.

Recovery of Loans and Advances (1 to 12)

103,877

119

703

4,476

362

11,973

39,932

1,834

256

 

1.

Housing

 

150

19

310

291

494

25

 

2.

Urban Development

 

33

5

39

159

104

7

 

3.

Crop Husbandry

 

999

2,500

3

726

74

142

2

 

4.

Food Storage and Warehousing

 

103

19

25

 

5.

Co-operation

 

455

27

5

681

19

413

17

2

 

6.

Minor Irrigation

 

3

 

7.

Power Projects

 

94,631

377

37,313

 

8.

Village and Small Industries

 

82

7

9

200

3

96

49

27

10

 

9.

Industries and Minerals

 

985

250

1,139

 

10.

Road Transport

 

500

 

11.

Government Servants, etc.+

 

4,922

85

678

800

247

1,686

1,770

568

210

 

12.

Others**

 

1,517

11

40

32

7,045

331

54

7

V.

Inter-State Settlement (net)

 

-1

VI.

Contingency Fund (net)

 

299

27

272

VII.

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

22,537

1,576

4,025

34,500

1,833

14,201

19,934

11,803

11,781

 

1.

State Provident Funds

 

17,429

1,366

2,673

30,100

1,704

10,412

19,494

11,134

10,921

 

2.

Others

 

5,108

210

1,352

4,400

129

3,789

440

669

860

VIII.

Reserve Funds (net) (1 to 4)

 

-1,113

3,120

79

-9,258

626

1,533

2,372

 

1.

Depreciation/Renewal Reserve Funds

 

8

1,152

2,372

 

2.

Sinking Funds

 

172

63

53

 

3.

Famine Relief Fund

 

3

-9,553

 

4.

Others

 

-1,296

3,057

79

242

-526

1,533

IX.

Deposits and Advances (net) (1 to 4)

 

29,732

992

22,626

-6,900

-233

53,659

1,132

-2,965

-22,805

 

1.

Civil Deposits

 

2,453

1,000

25,499

-6,000

757

16,794

1,171

-2,036

120

 

2.

Deposits of Local Funds

 

22,809

2

-900

18,682

-145

-925

-22,925

 

3.

Civil Advances

 

-38

-8

-2,752

5

-43

-4

-4

 

4.

Others

 

4,508

-123

-995

18,226

110

X.

Suspense and Miscellaneous@@ (net)

(1+2)

-10,406

-1,554

-3,409

-34

-4,010

434

-8,941

 

1.

Suspense

 

-695

-1,520

-3,818

213

-6,778

686

-8,942

 

2.

Others

 

-9,711

-34

409

-247

2,768

-252

1

XI.

Appropriation to Contingency Fund (net)

XII.

Miscellaneous Capital Receipts

 

 

of which :

 
 

Disinvestment

 

XIII.

Remittances (net)

 

-6,911

-2,068

-1,779

-5,000

542

2,446

1,095

101

See ‘Notes on Tables’.

                   

   

TABLE 22.5 : DETAILS OF CAPITAL RECEIPTS : 1994-95 (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)

 

206,703

169,190

191,192

554,309

5,359

6,706

5,861

16,887

151,240

I.

External Debt

 

II.

Internal Debt* (1 to 7)

 

19,508

37,690

38,034

50,606

2,579

4,818

2,320

4,865

32,343

 

1.

Market Loans

 

18,183

29,561

34,885

38,580

1,400

1,776

1,000

2,464

29,925

 

2.

Loans from L.I.C.

 

2,521

754

90

75

197

866

 

3.

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

 

4.

Loans from NABARD #

 

103

693

386

96

 

5.

Loans from National Co-operative

 
   

Development Corporation

 

509

3,648

1,520

11,845

72

37

131

643

 

6.

Special Securities issued to NSSF

 

 

7.

Others@

 

713

1,267

489

91

1,032

3,005

1,189

2,204

813

   

of which:

 
   

Land Compensation and other Bonds

 

18

3

III.

Loans and Advances from the Centre (1 to 6)

122,132

74,942

74,383

147,655

2,290

3,750

1,979

5,264

60,519

 

1.

State Plan Schemes

 

46,064

35,433

45,150

69,250

1,632

1,870

1,277

2,013

38,312

   

of which:

 
   

Advance release of plan Assistance for

   

Natural Calamities

 

280

 

2.

Central Plan Schemes

 

31

11

35

1,639

-1

23

 

3.

Centrally Sponsored Schemes

 

1,252

141

1,729

61

215

70

995

 

4.

Non-Plan (i to iii)

 

74,785

39,357

27,469

76,766

535

1,165

572

158

21,212

   

(i) Share of Small Savings

 

74,707

39,323

26,755

76,673

494

1,134

384

150

21,151

   

(ii) Relief for Natural Calamities

 

   

(iii)Others

 

78

34

714

93

41

31

188

8

61

 

5.

Ways and Means Advances from Centre

328

 

6.

Loans for Special Schemes

 

63

172

130

3,000

IV.

Recovery of Loans and Advances (1 to 12)

19,263

2,571

3,490

161,980

109

1,102

400

711

4,555

 

1.

Housing

 

799

92

198

1,505

1

18

52

150

103

 

2.

Urban Development

 

31

83

928

205

19

8

40

 

3.

Crop Husbandry

 

46

13

576

1,389

5

167

 

4.

Food Storage and Warehousing

 

363

47

252

47

 

5.

Co-operation

 

396

427

280

1,727

2

11

8

500

314

 

6.

Minor Irrigation

 

29

 

7.

Power Projects

 

12,632

28

151,115

139

1,028

 

8.

Village and Small Industries

 

263

269

24

48

1

9

1

1

116

 

9.

Industries and Minerals

 

2,052

112

40

499

146

141

 

10.

Road Transport

 

-94

 

11.

Government Servants, etc.+

 

762

1,341

1,084

1,434

105

755

318

60

1,076

 

12.

Others**

 

1,919

159

108

4,029

13

1,617

V.

Inter-State Settlement (net)

 

VI.

Contingency Fund (net)

 

175

4,596

1,303

3,237

955

VII.

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

22,666

66,573

47,515

25,828

473

861

1,771

5,247

31,518

 

1.

State Provident Funds

 

11,355

34,496

34,787

21,158

389

861

1,588

5,162

31,532

 

2.

Others

 

11,311

32,077

12,728

4,670

84

183

85

-14

VIII.

Reserve Funds (net) (1 to 4)

 

9,323

519

1,771

109,254

90

2

-41

-917

 

1.

Depreciation/Renewal Reserve Funds

 

-9

8

152

9

 

2.

Sinking Funds

 

8,583

43,394

-99

 

3.

Famine Relief Fund

 

36

29

12

 

4.

Others

 

749

511

1,583

65,822

90

2

-41

-830

IX.

Deposits and Advances (net) (1 to 4)

 

7,000

1,175

28,583

47,501

863

1,777

2,081

800

23,894

 

1.

Civil Deposits

 

2,090

2,736

26,370

31,043

114

1,777

3,496

800

12,592

 

2.

Deposits of Local Funds

 

9,823

-1,442

31

-29

1

-1,417

1,022

 

3.

Civil Advances

 

-87

-22

51

-28

-19

2

-7

 

4.

Others

 

-4,826

-97

2,131

16,515

767

10,287

X.

Suspense and Miscellaneous@@ (net)

(1+2)

2,387

-4,305

-8,109

145

356

-1,392

214

-1,612

 

1.

Suspense

 

-5,743

-4,251

-146

-7,224

206

-1,392

120

-1,768

 

2.

Others

 

8,130

-54

-7,963

7,369

150

94

156

XI.

Appropriation to Contingency Fund (net)

-4,500

XII.

Miscellaneous Capital Receipts

 

2

 

of which :

 
 

Disinvestment

 

XIII.

Remittances (net)

 

4,247

-10,071

4,222

8,103

-1,401

-4,212

-2,863

-15


   

TABLE 22.5 : DETAILS OF CAPITAL RECEIPTS : 1994-95 (Concld.)

   
       

(Rs.lakh)

 

Items

 

Punjab

Rajasthan

Sikkim

Tamil

Tripura

Uttar

West

NCT

All

       

Nadu

Pradesh

Bengal

Delhi

States

 

1

   

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

 

TOTAL RECEIPTS (I to XIII)

 

205,907

215,973

5,907

270,229

14,766

879,613

273,879

54,799

4,373,784

I.

External Debt

 

II.

Internal Debt* (1 to 7)

 

51,521

37,354

1,428

40,226

2,824

191,561

43,300

874,128

 

1.

Market Loans

 

17,127

31,427

35,042

1,792

42,143

410,472

 

2.

Loans from L.I.C.

 

1,154

2,071

555

13,551

 

3.

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

32,808

27,008

 

4.

Loans from NABARD #

 

620

1,092

1,123

115

4,437

 

5.

Loans from National Co-operative

 
   

Development Corporation

 

966

1,731

17

687

186,793

 

6.

Special Securities issued to NSSF

 

 

7.

Others@

 

1,950

1,428

1,990

460

191,561

355

231,867

   

of which:

 
   

Land Compensation and other Bonds

 

37

III.

Loans and Advances from the Centre (1 to 6)

118,590

88,747

1,609

150,229

3,773

321,674

183,988

51,033

1,925,248

 

1.

State Plan Schemes

 

76,823

40,787

1,609

92,417

1,836

321,674

47,210

51,033

1,136,482

   

of which:

 
   

Advance release of plan Assistance for

19,637

   

Natural Calamities

 
 

2.

Central Plan Schemes

 

283

12

10

7

27

5,351

 

3.

Centrally Sponsored Schemes

 

327

1,544

623

32

937

11,404

 

4.

Non-Plan (i to iii)

 

41,157

46,404

57,179

1,670

135,814

760,489

   

(i) Share of Small Savings

 

41,106

45,031

56,991

1,611

135,143

755,509

   

(ii) Relief for Natural Calamities

 

   

(iii)Others

 

51

1,373

188

59

671

4,980

 

5.

Ways and Means Advances from Centre

7,628

 

6.

Loans for Special Schemes

 

228

3,894

IV.

Recovery of Loans and Advances (1 to 12)

4,657

12,844

216

47,291

73

83,864

12,219

3,766

522,643

 

1.

Housing

 

66

94

198

355

100

5,020

 

2.

Urban Development

 

57

421

701

-584

5,095

7,351

 

3.

Crop Husbandry

 

678

266

34

38,316

52

45,988

 

4.

Food Storage and Warehousing

 

68

411

297

14

1,646

 

5.

Co-operation

 

293

726

3,165

-9,560

104

12

 

6.

Minor Irrigation

 

-1

23

9

3

66

 

7.

Power Projects

 

35

4,228

28,261

50,149

650

380,586

 

8.

Village and Small Industries

 

849

80

207

320

13

2,684

 

9.

Industries and Minerals

 

469

458

176

2,653

4,730

4,554

18,404

 

10.

Road Transport

 

557

5

968

 

11.

Government Servants, etc.+

 

1,780

5,499

40

4,843

1,268

1,631

436

33,398

 

12.

Others**

 

362

662

6,352

73

-1,158

17

3,330

26,520

V.

Inter-State Settlement (net)

 

-1

VI.

Contingency Fund (net)

 

3

-319

950

-42,691

38

-31,155

VII.

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

25,173

44,502

565

22,228

4,029

48,478

8,235

477,852

 

1.

State Provident Funds

 

24,237

33,338

501

21,199

3,893

41,062

7,867

378,658

 

2.

Others

 

936

11,164

64

1,029

136

7,416

368

99,194

VIII.

Reserve Funds (net) (1 to 4)

 

347

1,537

78

8,071

-2

43,716

174

171,281

 

1.

Depreciation/Renewal Reserve Funds

 

494

855

16

-2

6,721

11,776

 

2.

Sinking Funds

 

6,241

34,057

1

92,465

 

3.

Famine Relief Fund

 

1

3

1

-9,468

 

4.

Others

 

-147

682

78

1,813

2,935

172

76,508

IX.

Deposits and Advances (net) (1 to 4)

 

4,594

31,487

-17

-557

1,449

99,607

29,057

354,532

 

1.

Civil Deposits

 

4,207

12,766

-14

-184

1,449

30,686

21,195

190,881

 

2.

Deposits of Local Funds

 

437

18,840

3,077

53,790

4,235

104,966

 

3.

Civil Advances

 

58

27

-3

-40

2,190

27

-695

 

4.

Others

 

-108

-146

-3,410

12,941

3,600

59,380

X.

Suspense and Miscellaneous@@ (net)

(1+2)

-202

-1,856

1,339

3,459

1,272

113,549

1,491

78,816

 

1.

Suspense

 

512

-2,204

138

-2,549

1,542

104,515

-1,568

59,334

 

2.

Others

 

-714

348

1,201

6,008

-270

9,034

3,059

19,482

XI.

Appropriation to Contingency Fund (net)

-950

-5,450

XII.

Miscellaneous Capital Receipts

 

-4

-2

 

of which :

 
 

Disinvestment

 

XIII.

Remittances (net)

 

1,227

1,362

686

-399

1,348

19,855

-4,623

5,892


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