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Table 22 : Details of Capital Receipts (Part 12 of 14)

(Rs. lakh)

 

Items

 

Andhra

Arunachal

Assam

Bihar

Chhattis

Goa

Gujarat

Haryana

Himachal

Jammu &

       

Pradesh

Pradesh

garh

Pradesh

Kashmir

 

1

   

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

 

TOTAL RECEIPTS (I to XIII)

 

973,205

17,733

199,735

490,153

132,545

44,662

957,004

281,731

155,095

89,234

I.

External Debt

 

II.

Internal Debt* (1 to 7)

 

476,795

281

97,515

269,944

65,375

25,681

592,695

180,244

128,578

73,340

 

1.

Market Loans

 

204,907

53,128

121,548

26,887

8,928

165,606

29,286

37,621

20,536

 

2.

Loans from L.I.C.

 

7

10,114

10,310

 

3.

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

52,001

 

4.

Loans from NABARD

 

52,975

5,535

3,545

4,687

1,248

54

10,973

11,644

17,819

 

5.

Loans from National Co-operative

 
   

Development Corporation

 

26,271

751

60

976

763

183

 

6.

Special Securities issued to NSSF

 

114,531

169

38,852

144,000

33,741

13,124

379,343

87,021

29,415

20,700

 

7.

Others@

 

101,761

105

100

2,381

46,716

200

39,601

3,975

   

of which:

 
   

Land Compensation and other Bonds

 

III.

Loans and Advances from the Centre (1 to 6)

371,735

1,928

87,017

123,953

34,086

10,994

223,137

33,859

30,215

27,368

 

1.

State Plan Schemes

 

334,245

1,524

16,810

121,800

32,444

10,837

209,813

32,023

10,452

25,643

   

of which:

 
   

Advance release of plan Assistance for

   

Natural Calamities

 
       

 

2.

Central Plan Schemes

 
       

250

1,483

32

 

3.

Centrally Sponsored Schemes

 
       

730

20

271

500

544

57

696

345

1,063

 

4.

Non-Plan (i to iii)

 
       

3,860

324

1,955

170

1,098

100

3,528

1,459

1,725

   

(i) Share of Small Savings

 
       

   

(ii) Relief for Natural Calamities

 
       

   

(iii)Others

 
       

3,860

324

1,955

170

1,098

100

3,528

1,459

1,725

 

5.

Ways and Means Advances from Centre

       

32,900

67,500

9,100

18,700

 

6.

Loans for Special Schemes

 
       

60

231

IV.

Recovery of Loans and Advances (1 to 12)

94,666

186

2,859

3,826

351

625

220,666

8,471

2,927

871

 

1.

Housing

 

34,860

40

27

136

164

51

49

 

2.

Urban Development

 

74

200

2

13

706

-195

7

 

3.

Crop Husbandry

 

140

34

22

322

18

4

3

 

4.

Food Storage and Warehousing

 

282

3,072

17

106

 

5.

Co-operation

 

1,026

27

13

2,128

67

6

1,478

363

665

1

 

6.

Minor Irrigation

 

 

7.

Power Projects

 

40,963

100

2,048

 

8.

Village and Small Industries

 

19

1

5

68

4

1

13

3,062

28

 

9.

Industries and Minerals

 

15

100

323

2

68

595

 

10.

Road Transport

 

 

11.

Government Servants, etc.+

 

7,227

158

2,741

932

238

540

5,031

4,928

1,987

210

 

12.

Others**

 

10,060

35

6

14

207,792

114

79

13

V.

Inter-State Settlement (net)

 

200

VI.

Contingency Fund (net)

 

-205

47,589

10,254

VII.

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

32,039

4,003

26,994

84,600

5,595

2,900

23,350

40,523

20,697

37,526

 

1.

State Provident Funds

 

20,459

2,505

26,044

89,300

5,221

2,785

17,685

40,615

19,691

36,114

 

2.

Others

 

11,580

1,498

950

-4,700

374

115

5,665

-92

1,006

1,412

VIII.

Reserve Funds (net) (1 to 4)

 

7,081

1,233

5,328

9,419

80

14,002

-2,613

9,699

6,292

 

1.

Depreciation/Renewal Reserve Funds

 

34

31

-65

6,292

 

2.

Sinking Funds

 

472

-30

 

3.

Famine Relief Fund

 

-126

 

4.

Others

 

6,701

1,263

5,328

9,419

80

13,971

-2,548

9,699

IX.

Deposits and Advances (net) (1 to 4)

 

-7,690

-502

7,660

14,000

17,893

8,276

-200,004

29,802

-12,860

-56,163

 

1.

Civil Deposits

 

3,935

45

15,061

6,300

17,899

2,276

20,363

27,543

1,350

220

 

2.

Deposits of Local Funds

 

-2,020

-42

8,000

6

-76,854

49

-14,142

-56,383

 

3.

Civil Advances

 

-241

-547

-7,359

-300

323

-16

-23

 

4.

Others

 

-9,364

-335

6,000

-143,497

2,233

-68

X.

Suspense and Miscellaneous@@ (net)

(1+2)

-3,816

10,848

-23,081

1,830

1,293

-1,110

91,674

-6,668

-27,946

 

1.

Suspense

 

-14,554

10,828

-22,726

2,630

5,632

-1,308

1,56,181

-6,553

-27,944

 

2.

Others

 

10,738

20

-355

-800

-4,339

198

-64,507

-115

-2

XI.

Appropriation to Contingency Fund (net)

-49,000

XII.

Miscellaneous Capital Receipts

 

150

 

of which :

 
 

Disinvestment

 
       

XIII.

Remittances (net)

 

2,600

-244

-4,557

-8,000

-1,467

-1,373

-19,120

-1,887

3,785

       

See ‘Notes on Tables’.

                     

 

TABLE 22.12 : DETAILS OF CAPITAL RECEIPTS : 2001-02 (Contd.)

(Rs.lakh)

 

Items

Jharkhand

Karna-

Kerala

Madhya

Mahara-

Manipur

Megha-

Mizoram

Nagaland

Orissa

     

taka

Pradesh

shtra

laya

 

1

 

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

 

TOTAL RECEIPTS (I to XIII)

156,077

662,038

429,745

631,345

1,149,928

82,493

16,525

41,005

42,802

458,773

I.

External Debt

II.

Internal Debt* (1 to 7)

105,908

296,947

201,103

183,030

780,635

5,305

10,983

7,480

25,540

168,701

 

1.

Market Loans

20,421

113,466

96,605

71,598

129,039

4,520

8,842

1,676

14,590

67,725

 

2.

Loans from L.I.C.

15,999

36,092

4,385

750

 

3.

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

 

4.

Loans from NABARD

11,046

18,263

15,571

30,420

40,871

1907

1,295

2,200

21,255

 

5.

Loans from National Co-operative

   

Development Corporation

2,228

6,578

751

28,203

281

223

124

1,500

113

 

6.

Special Securities issued to NSSF

72,500

146,411

46,256

80,258

547,162

900

49,621

 

7.

Others@

1,941

580

1

3

35,360

504

11

5,600

29,987

   

of which:

   

Land Compensation and other Bonds

1

2

III.

Loans and Advances from the Centre (1 to 6)

34,495

217,688

78,070

145,069

86,497

50,420

4,590

8,465

17,507

135,523

 

1.

State Plan Schemes

34,295

211,823

54,800

140,954

78,553

6,567

3,968

4,083

5,572

95,126

   

of which:

   

Advance release of plan Assistance for

   

Natural Calamities

 

2.

Central Plan Schemes

200

97

1

 

3.

Centrally Sponsored Schemes

2,016

1,319

1,465

3,177

178

234

237

4,075

474

 

4.

Non-Plan (i to iii)

3,849

1,651

2,650

4,767

365

282

317

681

1,687

   

(i) Share of Small Savings

   

(ii) Relief for Natural Calamities

   

(iii)Others

3,849

1,651

2,650

4,767

365

282

317

681

1,687

 

5.

Ways and Means Advances from Centre

20,300

43,300

3,731

7,000

38,235

 

6.

Loans for Special Schemes

10

106

179

IV.

Recovery of Loans and Advances (1 to 12)

110

3,470

5,535

158,765

29,809

47

1,554

1,510

755

13,166

 

1.

Housing

69

67

1

2,993

1

7

861

560

703

 

2.

Urban Development

96

118

30

496

1

56

 

3.

Crop Husbandry

2

228

51

 

4.

Food Storage and Warehousing

206

931

39

 

5.

Co-operation

272

499

391

1,544

3

12

31

80

954

 

6.

Minor Irrigation

3

 

7.

Power Projects

155,755

10,051

 

8.

Village and Small Industries

43

421

19

82

15

71

 

9.

Industries and Minerals

1,236

92

120

 

10.

Road Transport

1,076

 

11.

Government Servants, etc.+

995

4,032

1,296

6,850

43

1,535

593

100

10,933

 

12.

Others**

110

759

98

114

6,663

24

290

V.

Inter-State Settlement (net)

296

VI.

Contingency Fund (net)

4,560

-2,215

-31,035

-6,662

VII.

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

16,000

57,272

107,190

40,476

63,457

4,130

5,741

7,254

4,500

91,078

 

1.

State Provident Funds

17,000

28,327

-1,583

31,051

57,343

1,067

3,230

5,317

4,410

91,033

 

2.

Others

-1,000

28,945

108,773

9,425

6,114

3,063

2,511

1,937

90

45

VIII.

Reserve Funds (net) (1 to 4)

13,758

4,754

8,519

185,286

7

13

-986

 

1.

Depreciation/Renewal Reserve Funds

-2

3,823

92

 

2.

Sinking Funds

-6,611

1

23

 

3.

Famine Relief Fund

77

24

7

 

4.

Others

20,371

4,754

4,619

185,170

6

13

-1,016

IX.

Deposits and Advances (net) (1 to 4)

1,046

84,740

22,425

68,132

128,944

790

-3,736

6,686

-5,500

68,877

 

1.

Civil Deposits

404

10,843

8,524

58,314

93,459

1,236

-3,724

6,686

-5,500

47,653

 

2.

Deposits of Local Funds

624

-3,226

14,380

13

26

4,930

 

3.

Civil Advances

18

-214

-53

328

-10

-12

-13

 

4.

Others

77,337

-426

9,477

35,469

-446

16,307

X.

Suspense and Miscellaneous@@ (net)

(1+2)

-982

-8,308

2611

11057

-116,526

17,776

-5,112

13,294

-10,131

 

1.

Suspense

-982

-14,552

1345

9129

-19,074

16,993

-5,111

13,291

-9,732

 

2.

Others

6,244

1,266

1,928

-97,452

783

-1

3

-399

XI.

Appropriation to Contingency Fund (net)

35,000

XII.

Miscellaneous Capital Receipts

 

of which :

 

Disinvestment

XIII.

Remittances (net)

-500

-8,089

10,272

16,001

-12,139

4,025

2,498

-3,697

-793

 

TABLE 22.12 : DETAILS OF CAPITAL RECEIPTS : 2001-02 (Concld.)

(Rs.lakh)

 

Items

 

Punjab

Rajas-

Sikkim

Tamil

Tripura

Uttara-

Uttar-

West

NCT

All

       

than

Nadu

chal

Pradesh

Bengal

Delhi

States

 

1

   

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

       
       
 

TOTAL RECEIPTS (I to XIII)

 

653,705

623,560

14,336

599,848

43,707

154,563

1,198,453 1,271,418

249,642

11,821,060

I.

External Debt

 

II.

Internal Debt* (1 to 7)

 

409,561

454,616

5,432

360,923

13,939

56,726

723,535

978,356

177,396

6,876,564

 

1.

Market Loans

 

41,864

119,209

1,000

115,976

5,700

21,174

272,521

111,947

1,886,320

 

2.

Loans from L.I.C.

 

3,367

1,606

15,836

7,467

105,933

 

3.

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

192,945

30,000

274,946

 

4.

Loans from NABARD

 

20,240

25,663

1,260

28,849

26,848

69

354,237

 

5.

Loans from National Co-operative

 
   

Development Corporation

 

27

9,362

2,122

56,866

 

6.

Special Securities issued to NSSF

 

139,485

293,707

1,522

148,791

35,552

385,467

578,922

177,396

3,564,846

 

7.

Others@

 

15,000

12,670

44

42,109

772

8,699

285,296

633,416

   

of which:

 
   

Land Compensation and other Bonds

 

28

31

III.

Loans and Advances from the Centre (1 to 6)

83,575

73,604

3,705

91,231

9,625

12,305

275,724

167,193

26,461

2,466,039

 

1.

State Plan Schemes

 

49,322

68,762

3,189

86,303

8,732

11,465

261,350

140,420

26,461

2,087,336

   

of which:

 
   

Advance release of plan Assistance for

   

Natural Calamities

 

 

2.

Central Plan Schemes

 

32

2,095

 

3.

Centrally Sponsored Schemes

 

457

1,713

516

1,464

194

418

8,428

764

31,355

 

4.

Non-Plan (i to iii)

 

3,296

3,097

3,464

304

422

5,946

3,309

50,306

   

(i) Share of Small Savings

 

   

(ii) Relief for Natural Calamities

 

   

(iii)Others

 

3,296

3,097

3,464

304

422

5,946

3,309

50,306

 

5.

Ways and Means Advances from Centre

30,500

22,700

293,966

 

6.

Loans for Special Schemes

 

395

981

IV.

Recovery of Loans and Advances (1 to 12)

87,233

6,924

114

32,434

232

357

36,558

16,795

45,785

776,601

 

1.

Housing

 

26

247

311

18

6,905

650

48,746

 

2.

Urban Development

 

95

365

4,394

3,514

9,972

 

3.

Crop Husbandry

 

46,254

343

19

115

2

47,557

 

4.

Food Storage and Warehousing

 

33,120

317

-1,492

81

36,679

 

5.

Co-operation

 

112

1,136

577

2

1,812

337

13,536

 

6.

Minor Irrigation

 

2

11

4

20

 

7.

Power Projects

 

18

231

10,558

7

100

219,831

 

8.

Village and Small Industries

 

856

63

253

6

3

78

14

5,125

 

9.

Industries and Minerals

 

1,140

745

20,081

11,012

35,529

 

10.

Road Transport

 

3,862

90

5,028

 

11.

Government Servants, etc.+

 

6,564

2,723

114

10,542

206

339

3,179

4,582

652

79,270

 

12.

Others**

 

188

357

2,654

8

703

94

45,133

275,308

V.

Inter-State Settlement (net)

 

496

VI.

Contingency Fund (net)

 

340

61

3,000

7,127

-59

32,755

VII.

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

54,022

97,790

1,951

56,059

16,801

12,876

64,833

38,955

1,018,612

 

1.

State Provident Funds

 

52,113

66,662

1,849

53,386

11,726

13,025

62,129

39,236

797,740

 

2.

Others

 

1,909

31,128

102

2,673

5,075

-149

2,704

-281

220,872

VIII.

Reserve Funds (net) (1 to 4)

 

20,597

894

-292

-1,949

356

3,500

162,830

4,332

452,140

 

1.

Depreciation/Renewal Reserve Funds

 

417

1,269

35

13,007

24,933

 

2.

Sinking Funds

 

-3,648

3,500

132,540

126,247

 

3.

Famine Relief Fund

 

1

3

-14

 

4.

Others

 

20,180

-375

-292

1,663

356

17,280

4,332

300,974

IX.

Deposits and Advances (net) (1 to 4)

 

9,240

15,441

331

52,783

646

14,908

193,402

40,073

499,640

 

1.

Civil Deposits

 

18,834

8,679

338

38,713

652

7,201

51,187

34,850

473,341

 

2.

Deposits of Local Funds

 

-307

21,582

-15,313

7,690

134,471

24,591

48,075

 

3.

Civil Advances

 

24

-7

155

-6

17

-29

10

-7,955

 

4.

Others

 

-9,287

-14,844

29,228

7,773

-19,378

-13,821

X.

Suspense and Miscellaneous@@ (net)

(1+2)

-109

-25,511

286

15,598

1,032

41,122

-251,580

27,228

-245,231

 

1.

Suspense

 

96,130

-25,871

-30

1,974

754

42,095

-224,570

1,595

-14,430

 

2.

Others

 

-96,239

360

316

13,624

278

-973

-27,010

25,633

-230,801

XI.

Appropriation to Contingency Fund (net)

-14,000

XII.

Miscellaneous Capital Receipts

 

150

 

of which :

 
 

Disinvestment

 

XIII.

Remittances (net)

 

-10,754

-198

2,809

-7,292

1,076

9,769

-13,976

-1,455

-42,706


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