Andhra budget: Who gets what

The government presented a budget with an estimated expenditure of Rs 2,256,56 crore. Revenue expenditure is at Rs 2,08,261 crore and capital expenditure is at Rs 47,996 crore.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  11 March 2022 7:16 AM GMT
Andhra budget: Who gets what

Andhra budget: Who gets what

Amaravati: Andhra Pradesh Finance Minister Buggana Rajendranath presented the State budget in the Assembly on Friday.

The government presented a budget with an estimated expenditure of Rs 2,256,56 crore. Revenue expenditure is at Rs 2,08,261 crore and capital expenditure is at Rs 47,996 crore.

Here are the budget allocation highlights:

Social Service Sector: Total for social service sectors: Rs. 1,13,340.20 crores (in total budget 44. 23 percent has been allocated)

Education: Rs. 30, 077 crores

Housing: Rs. 4,791.69 crores

Labor and Employment: Rs. 1,033.86 crores

Medicine: Rs. 15, 384.26 crores

Social Security and Welfare: Rs. 4,331. 85 crores

Sports, Youth: Rs. 140.48 crores

Technical Education: Rs. 413.5 crores

Urban Development: Rs. 8,796 crores

Drinking water, sanitation: Rs. 2, 133.63 crores

Welfare: Rs. 45,955 crore

General services: Rs. 73, 609.63 crores

Sector-wise

Agricultural allied sectors: Rs. 13, 630.10 crores

Energy sector: Rs. 10, 281.04 crores

General Eco Services: Rs. 4,420. 07 crores

Industry and Minerals: Rs. 2,755. 17 crores

Irrigation Flood Control: Rs. 11, 482.37 crores

Rural Development: Rs. 17, 109.04 crores

Science and Technology: Rs. 11.78 crores

Transport: Rs. 9, 617. 15 crores

Total financial services sector: Rs. 69, 306. 74 crores (27.5 per cent of the budget)

Others:

YSR pension Kanuka: Rs 18,000 crore

Rythu Bharosa: Rs 3,900 crore

BC welfare: Rs 20,962 crore

Animal husbandry: Rs 15,068.83 crore

PM Kisan Yojana: Rs 3,900 crore

Environment and Forest: Rs 685.36 crore

Higher Education: Rs 2,014.30 crore

Secondary Education: Rs 27,706.66 crore

Agri testing labs: Rs 50 crore

YSR Vidya kanukuna: Rs 2,500 crore

YSR Bheema: 3,72.12 crore

YSR Free Crop Insurance: Rs.1802.04 crore

Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana: Rs. 1750 crores

Jagananna Vidya kanuka: Rs. 2,500 crores

Jagan anna vasathi veedena: Rs. 2,083.32 crores

YSR interest-free loans to Dwacra communities (rural): Rs. 600 crores

YSR interest-free loans to Dwacra communities (urban): Rs. 200 crores

YSR Kapu Nestham: Rs. 500 crores

Jagannanna Chedodu: Rs. 300 crores

YSR Vahanamitra: Rs. 260 crores

Netananna Nestam: Rs. 199.99 crores

Jaganna anna thodu: Rs. 20 crores

EBC Nestham: Rs. 590 crores

YSR Aasara: Rs. 6,400 crores

YSR Cheyutha: Rs. 4,235 crores

Kapu Welfare : Rs. 3,531.68 crores

Health:

YSR Arogyasree: Rs. 2000 crores

Nadu-Nedu in hospitals: Rs. 1603 crores

National Health Mission: Rs. 2462.03 crores

For medical colleges: Rs. 753.84 crores

For new medical colleges-hospitals: Rs. 320 crores

YSR Arogya Aasara: Rs. 300 crores

For multi-specialty hospitals in tribal areas: Rs. 170 crores

104 Services: Rs. 140 crores

For 108: Rs. 133.19 crores

For increase in seats in Government Medical Colleges: Rs. 100 crores

For NHM Infrastructure Rs. 695.88 crores

Asha Workers: Rs. 343.97 crores

Family Welfare Centers: 218 crores

Department of Women and Child Welfare

Amma Vodi: Rs. 6,500 crores

For Anganwadis: Rs. 1,517.64 crores

For nutrition at Anganwadi centers: Rs. 1200 crore

For complete nutrition: Rs 901.56 crore

For complete nutrition plus: Rs 201.82 crore

Nutrition programs: Rs 330 crore

Prime Minister Ayushman Bharat Health

Infrastructure Mission: Rs. 250 crores

Industries, trade exports

For MSMEs: Rs. 450 crores

Incentives for Industrial Promotion: Rs. 411.62 crores

Visakhapatnam-Chennai Industrial Corridor: Rs. 236. 86 crores

SC Industrialists Incentives: Rs. 175 crores

IT Electronics Industry Incentives: Rs. 60 crores

YSR Insurance: Rs. 372.12 crores

NREGS scheme: Rs 5000 crore

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