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Table 22 : Details of Capital Receipts (Part 3 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)

 

193,701

-1,779

56,011

173,768

7,209

189,219

53,685

28,541

23,171

I.

External Debt

 

II.

Internal Debt* (1 to 7)

 

39,728

918

14,360

40,863

1,410

26,476

10,366

3,786

10,923

 

1.

Market Loans

 

36,256

468

13,368

39,997

950

13,158

7,939

2,573

3,430

 

2.

Loans from L.I.C.

 

2,276

815

242

464

837

1,407

111

 

3.

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

-12

 

4.

Loans from NABARD #

 

146

154

121

337

 

5.

Loans from National Co-operative

 
   

Development Corporation

 

529

105

816

526

415

 

6.

Special Securities issued to NSSF

 

 

7.

Others@

 

667

450

177

385

-4

11,511

373

350

7,493

   

of which:

 
   

Land Compensation and other Bonds

 

1

10

III.

Loans and Advances from the Centre (1 to 6)

101,546

2,737

23,914

93,489

5,156

84,897

25,512

11,577

12,345

 

1.

State Plan Schemes

 

80,476

2,499

7,833

63,368

3,551

37,539

11,968

3,234

10,864

   

of which:

 
   

Advance release of plan Assistance for

   

Natural Calamities

 

 

2.

Central Plan Schemes

 

3

12

2,529

184

2

2

 

3.

Centrally Sponsored Schemes

 

715

300

737

53

900

459

423

 

4.

Non-Plan (i to iii)

 

20,352

153

10,073

24,200

1,550

40,458

13,083

7,920

1,481

   

(i) Share of Small Savings

 

17,201

130

9,489

20,000

1,521

38,432

11,765

7,680

1,470

   

(ii) Relief for Natural Calamities

 

   

(iii)Others

 

3,151

23

584

4,200

29

2,026

1,318

240

11

 

5.

Ways and Means Advances from Centre

3,000

5,000

6,000

 

6.

Loans for Special Schemes

 

73

179

IV.

Recovery of Loans and Advances (1 to 12)

9,109

87

647

2,846

256

43,997

3,102

1,912

251

 

1.

Housing

 

12

10

278

136

28

25

 

2.

Urban Development

 

52

80

21

162

58

4

 

3.

Crop Husbandry

 

2,589

1,050

3

863

80

216

2

 

4.

Food Storage and Warehousing

 

4

-4,437

513

 

5.

Co-operation

 

395

24

29

267

5

831

559

36

3

 

6.

Minor Irrigation

 

 

7.

Power Projects

 

508

7

40,951

118

 

8.

Village and Small Industries

 

30

4

7

260

2

32

28

27

11

 

9.

Industries and Minerals

 

69

333

1,734

49

 

10.

Road Transport

 

3

501

 

11.

Government Servants, etc.+

 

3,145

59

607

825

191

1,230

1,259

403

200

 

12.

Others**

 

2,305

4

21

24

2,353

933

66

10

V.

Inter-State Settlement (net)

 

75

VI.

Contingency Fund (net)

 

43

859

628

VII.

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

13,807

945

3,553

36,570

1,507

12,470

13,235

9,526

9,633

 

1.

State Provident Funds

 

10,467

885

2,313

30,870

1,395

10,020

12,750

9,022

8,864

 

2.

Others

 

3,340

60

1,240

5,700

112

2,450

485

504

769

VIII.

Reserve Funds (net) (1 to 4)

 

1,377

6,248

32

-6,210

976

53

1,661

 

1.

Depreciation/Renewal Reserve Funds

 

17

935

1,661

 

2.

Sinking Funds

 

172

81

53

3

 

3.

Famine Relief Fund

 

4

-6,375

 

4.

Others

 

1,184

6,167

32

112

38

53

IX.

Deposits and Advances (net) (1 to 4)

 

28,592

67

6,126

735

37,643

1,667

1,136

-11,642

 

1.

Civil Deposits

 

-523

58

7,664

271

7,555

1,818

1,038

110

 

2.

Deposits of Local Funds

 

24,177

2

852

-130

103

-11,752

 

3.

Civil Advances

 

971

9

-1,597

72

-13

2

2

 

4.

Others

 

3,967

57

392

29,249

-23

-7

X.

Suspense and Miscellaneous@@ (net)

(1+2)

3,335

-5,861

2,014

-1,018

-10,660

-1,429

430

 

1.

Suspense

 

628

-5,887

2,032

-635

-6,390

-1,822

428

 

2.

Others

 

2,707

26

-18

-383

-4,270

393

2

XI.

Appropriation to Contingency Fund (net)

-1,000

XII.

Miscellaneous Capital Receipts

 

2,248

 

of which :

 
 

Disinvestment

 

XIII.

Remittances (net)

 

-3,836

-672

-710

-869

-2,345

256

121

       

See ‘Notes on Tables’.

                   

TABLE 22.3 : DETAILS OF CAPITAL RECEIPTS : 1992-93 (Contd.)

(Rs. lakh)

 

Items

 

Karnataka

Kerala

Madhya

Maha-

Manipur

Megha-

Mizoram

Nagaland

Orissa

       

Pradesh

rashtra

laya

 

1

   

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

       
 

TOTAL RECEIPTS (I to XIII)

 

130,498

113,410

134,028

248,113

33,841

6,404

6,192

21,443

99,003

I.

External Debt

 

II.

Internal Debt* (1 to 7)

 

20,250

29,634

21,342

27,128

28,844

1,394

1,415

2,445

28,351

 

1.

Market Loans

 

16,848

21,501

18,966

22,276

1,452

1,327

1,897

27,227

 

2.

Loans from L.I.C.

 

949

3,335

583

32

49

167

399

 

3.

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

 

4.

Loans from NABARD #

 

23

3,113

107

130

 

5.

Loans from National Co-operative

 
   

Development Corporation

 

1,925

701

1,471

4,645

18

22

549

 

6.

Special Securities issued to NSSF

 

 

7.

Others@

 

505

984

215

45

27,392

1,226

149

575

   

of which:

 
   

Land Compensation and other Bonds

 

1

16

3

III.

Loans and Advances from the Centre (1 to 6)

66,971

52,955

59,219

121,455

5,150

2,219

1,463

18,950

44,493

 

1.

State Plan Schemes

 

38,550

27,707

37,178

49,828

1,632

1,440

940

1,798

29,361

   

of which:

 
   

Advance release of plan Assistance for

   

Natural Calamities

 

 

2.

Central Plan Schemes

 

1

2

6

1,224

5

2

3

 

3.

Centrally Sponsored Schemes

 

1,337

376

1,379

15

214

65

364

1,131

 

4.

Non-Plan (i to iii)

 

27,001

11,534

13,494

70,403

350

490

368

138

13,998

   

(i) Share of Small Savings

 

25,401

11,229

11,298

67,805

340

438

337

138

11,011

   

(ii) Relief for Natural Calamities

 

   

(iii)Others

 

1,600

305

2,196

2,598

10

52

31

2,987

 

5.

Ways and Means Advances from Centre

82

13,336

7,162

3,103

16,650

 

6.

Loans for Special Schemes

 

45

73

90

IV.

Recovery of Loans and Advances (1 to 12)

7,983

2,042

3,374

13,448

157

979

232

507

7,517

 

1.

Housing

 

415

81

98

1,165

3

15

46

50

92

 

2.

Urban Development

 

31

67

410

192

7

3

35

 

3.

Crop Husbandry

 

348

329

684

1,866

12

156

 

4.

Food Storage and Warehousing

 

1,683

33

166

1

-288

 

5.

Co-operation

 

-422

153

863

923

17

7

7

400

2,028

 

6.

Minor Irrigation

 

1

9

 

7.

Power Projects

 

3,349

60

4,614

450

1,389

 

8.

Village and Small Industries

 

135

138

30

58

1

10

1

1

95

 

9.

Industries and Minerals

 

883

43

1

459

166

69

 

10.

Road Transport

 

470

1,847

 

11.

Government Servants, etc.+

 

1,062

878

1,101

762

135

306

165

55

840

 

12.

Others**

 

498

260

21

2,929

1

6

10

1

1,254

V.

Inter-State Settlement (net)

 

-1

-79

VI.

Contingency Fund (net)

 

4,534

-3,581

1,329

-6,200

130

VII.

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

16,394

21,362

44,049

18,191

1,041

581

2,006

751

29,543

 

1.

State Provident Funds

 

6,060

6,709

39,031

14,872

960

581

1,701

604

29,452

 

2.

Others

 

10,334

14,653

5,018

3,319

81

305

147

91

VIII.

Reserve Funds (net) (1 to 4)

 

4,665

-839

1,078

83,279

100

2

64

189

 

1.

Depreciation/Renewal Reserve Funds

 

-6

7

100

 

2.

Sinking Funds

 

3,580

34,489

2

123

 

3.

Famine Relief Fund

 

15

25

46

 

4.

Others

 

1,091

-846

1,063

48,765

64

20

IX.

Deposits and Advances (net) (1 to 4)

 

2,004

6,296

10,918

21,070

1,232

345

670

-1,210

-5,178

 

1.

Civil Deposits

 

4,777

7,087

11,010

7,737

811

319

200

-1,210

-3,983

 

2.

Deposits of Local Funds

 

881

-780

15

-62

277

-1,103

 

3.

Civil Advances

 

-43

-3

46

-10

17

26

193

-13

 

4.

Others

 

-3,611

-8

-153

13,405

404

-79

X.

Suspense and Miscellaneous@@ (net)

(1+2)

9,314

-622

1,112

-20,080

105

2,039

1,166

-5,172

 

1.

Suspense

 

3,812

-355

-1,581

-3,953

130

2,039

1,281

-5,090

 

2.

Others

 

5,502

-267

2,693

-16,127

-25

-115

-82

XI.

Appropriation to Contingency Fund (net)

5,000

XII.

Miscellaneous Capital Receipts

 

1

 

of which :

 
 

Disinvestment

 

XIII.

Remittances (net)

 

-1,617

1,163

-8,393

-10,099

-2,788

-1,155

-824

-870


TABLE 22.3 : DETAILS OF CAPITAL RECEIPTS : 1992-93 (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)

 

431,251

131,358

5,129

284,222

11,790

467,828

159,655

3,007,291

I.

External Debt

 

II.

Internal Debt* (1 to 7)

 

5,552

26,322

1,484

32,264

2,679

64,119

31,094

473,147

 

1.

Market Loans

 

4,660

23,177

941

28,912

1,912

66,242

29,572

385,049

 

2.

Loans from L.I.C.

 

251

511

67

1,674

484

1,071

15,724

 

3.

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

-5,000

-5,012

 

4.

Loans from NABARD #

 

236

448

221

703

5,739

 

5.

Loans from National Co-operative

 
   

Development Corporation

 

405

1,864

59

286

771

15,107

 

6.

Special Securities issued to NSSF

 

 

7.

Others@

 

322

476

1,457

224

817

751

56,540

   

of which:

 
   

Land Compensation and other Bonds

 

306

337

III.

Loans and Advances from the Centre (1 to 6)

123,448

60,509

1,182

97,427

4,374

195,280

93,693

1,309,961

 

1.

State Plan Schemes

 

75,677

28,141

898

54,392

2,063

128,886

33,236

733,059

   

of which:

 
   

Advance release of plan Assistance for

   

Natural Calamities

 

 

2.

Central Plan Schemes

 

147

5

2

4

3

4,136

 

3.

Centrally Sponsored Schemes

 

264

1,702

164

670

46

1,134

457

12,905

 

4.

Non-Plan (i to iii)

 

47,507

30,519

120

42,360

1,492

65,256

52,997

497,297

   

(i) Share of Small Savings

 

16,607

27,384

102

40,158

1,377

60,735

46,018

428,066

   

(ii) Relief for Natural Calamities

 

   

(iii)Others

 

30,900

3,135

18

2,202

115

4,521

6,979

69,231

 

5.

Ways and Means Advances from Centre

700

7,000

62,033

 

6.

Loans for Special Schemes

 

71

531

IV.

Recovery of Loans and Advances (1 to 12)

4,445

9,560

229

70,543

74

6,858

2,153

192,308

 

1.

Housing

 

116

100

1,046

19

1,148

83

4,966

 

2.

Urban Development

 

89

204

8,904

40

10,359

 

3.

Crop Husbandry

 

748

1,200

61

839

46

11,092

 

4.

Food Storage and Warehousing

 

153

11,342

831

10,001

 

5.

Co-operation

 

1,350

1,173

2

-111

1

4,685

164

13,389

 

6.

Minor Irrigation

 

2

26

5

43

 

7.

Power Projects

 

45

639

38,503

-2,635

525

88,523

 

8.

Village and Small Industries

 

297

27

197

1

133

12

1,537

 

9.

Industries and Minerals

 

377

198

573

-237

4,717

 

10.

Road Transport

 

1,041

5

3,867

 

11.

Government Servants, etc.+

 

1,314

5,528

29

4,012

53

1,926

1,284

27,369

 

12.

Others**

 

486

157

4,949

118

39

16,445

                       

V.

Inter-State Settlement (net)

 

-5

VI.

Contingency Fund (net)

 

-38

7,824

-10,703

31

-5,144

VII.

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

17,424

29,462

579

24,194

2,605

41,308

11,456

362,192

 

1.

State Provident Funds

 

16,696

22,219

579

22,853

2,456

36,674

10,932

298,965

 

2.

Others

 

728

7,243

1,341

149

4,634

524

63,227

VIII.

Reserve Funds (net) (1 to 4)

 

992

19

1

22,946

31,480

4,153

152,266

 

1.

Depreciation/Renewal Reserve Funds

 

903

785

4

5,594

10,000

 

2.

Sinking Funds

 

3,983

21,330

63,816

 

3.

Famine Relief Fund

 

-1,542

1

5

-7,821

 

4.

Others

 

89

776

1

18,958

4,551

4,153

86,271

IX.

Deposits and Advances (net) (1 to 4)

 

1,139

4,950

90

44,694

1,550

66,137

18,749

237,780

 

1.

Civil Deposits

 

1,291

3,374

90

34,359

1,558

38,340

1,654

125,405

 

2.

Deposits of Local Funds

 

-153

1,644

32

6,728

-1,847

18,884

 

3.

Civil Advances

 

-2

-34

-81

-8

2

-23

-487

 

4.

Others

 

3

-34

10,384

21,067

18,965

93,978

X.

Suspense and Miscellaneous@@ (net)

(1+2)

78,251

1,795

778

-8,674

-1,974

74,952

-111

319,690

 

1.

Suspense

 

-220

1,880

-79

-3,950

-1,723

73,435

-6,065

47,915

 

2.

Others

 

78,471

-85

857

-4,724

-251

1,517

5,954

271,775

XI.

Appropriation to Contingency Fund (net)

-7,500

-3,500

XII.

Miscellaneous Capital Receipts

 

2,249

 

of which :

 
 

Disinvestment

 

XIII.

Remittances (net)

 

-400

-1,259

824

504

2,482

-1,603

-1,563

-33,653


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