Outlay and expenditure Reviewed by Momizat on . Year-wise Plan Expenditure: There were combined provisions of Rs 5,034.43 crore and Rs 4,481.30 crore as Budget Estimate (BE) and Revised Estimate (RE) respecti Year-wise Plan Expenditure: There were combined provisions of Rs 5,034.43 crore and Rs 4,481.30 crore as Budget Estimate (BE) and Revised Estimate (RE) respecti Rating: 0
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Outlay and expenditure

Year-wise Plan Expenditure:

There were combined provisions of Rs 5,034.43 crore and Rs 4,481.30 crore as Budget Estimate (BE) and Revised Estimate (RE) respectively for the 9th, 10th and 11th Plans taken together. An amount worth Rs 4,317.71 crore which amounts to 85.8 per cent of aggregate BE and 96.3 per cent of the aggregate RE has been utilised during these plans.

During the Ninth Plan, BE and RE were allocated Rs 364.43 crore and Rs 317.80 crore respectively. An amount of 80.6 per cent of BE, which is 92.4 per cent of RE in the Ninth Plan was utilised.

Similarly, BE and RE of Tenth Plan were Rs 1,214.00 and 1,070.50 crore respectively and an amount of 84.9 per cent of BE which is 96.2 per cent of RE was utilised. However, during the Eleventh Plan, BE and RE were Rs 3,456.00 crore and Rs.3,093.00 crore respectively, which is more than two times of BE and RE of Tenth Plan. An amount worth Rs 2,993.84 crore i.e. 86.6 per cent of the BE, which was 96.8 per cent of the RE has been utilised.

An average annual growth rate of 27.5 per cent was registered in actual expenditure under Plan Sectors during Ninth, Tenth & Eleventh Plans respectively. An increase to the tune of 25.6 per cent in annual expenditure was recorded during the Ninth Plan with the maximum annual increase of 62 per cent registered in 2000-2001 and a negative growth rate of 1.9 per cent in actual expenditure during 1999-2000. As concerned the Tenth Plan, the average annual growth rate in actual expenditure was 37 per cent.

During that period, a maximum growth rate of 49.2 per cent was registered in 2003-2004 while a minimum annual growth rate of 8.8 per cent was realized in 2006-2007. Similarly, for Eleventh Plan, i.e. during 2007-12, average annual growth rate of 12.4 per cent has been registered. During that period, a maximum growth rate of 44.1 per cent was registered in 2009-2010 while a minimum annual growth rate (negative growth rate) of 28.1 per cent was realized in 2011-2012.

II. Sector-wise Plan Expenditure for the Eleventh Plan (2007-08 to 2011-12):

There were provisions of Rs 389.14 crore and Rs 180.14 crore for the Budget Estimate and Revised Estimate respectively, under the Centrally Sponsored Schemes during 2011-12. An amount worth of Rs 164.70 crore which is 42.3 per cent of BE (91.4 per cent of RE) has been utilised in 2011-12.

Budget Estimates of 2011-12 for the Schemes ‘Hospitals & Dispensaries’, ‘Drug Quality Control’, ‘Development of Institutions’ and ‘National Mission for Medicinal Plants’ were Rs 275.00 crore, Rs 8.00 crore, Rs 50.00 crore and 56.14 crore respectively. Similarly, the Revised Estimates of the Schemes ‘Hospitals & Dispensaries’, ‘Drug Quality Control’, ‘Development of Institutions’ and ‘National Mission for Medicinal Plants’ for the year 2011-12 were Rs 100.00 crore, 3.00 crore, 21.00 crore and 56.14 crore respectively.

An amount equivalent to 34 per cent of BE which is 93.4 per cent of RE was incurred during Eleventh Plan under ‘Hospitals & Dispensaries Scheme’. An amount equivalent to 15.0 per cent of BE which is 40.0 per cent of RE has been incurred during Eleventh Plan under ”Drug Quality Control Scheme’.

Similarly, An amount equivalent to 42.0 per cent of BE and 100.0 per cent of RE has been incurred during Eleventh Plan under ”Development of Institutions Scheme’, and the amount equivalent to 87.4 per cent of BE/ RE has been incurred under ‘National Mission for Medicinal Plants’ scheme. As concerned Central Sector Schemes, the Budget Estimate and Revised Estimate for 2011-12 were Rs 510.86 crore and 469.86 crore respectively and an amount of Rs 446.77 crore which is 87.5 per cent of BE (95.1 per cent of RE) has been utilised.

The annual growth rate of 22 per cent has been registered in the actual expenditure incurred for Hospital & Dispensaries under Centrally Sponsored Schemes during 2007-12. Actual expenditure of ‘Drug Quality Control’ has been declined by 37 per cent per annum during 2007-12.

Similarly, the average annual growth rates of 1 and 28 per cent in actual expenditures have realised in the schemes of ‘Development of Institution’ and ‘National Mission for Medicinal Plants’ respectively during Eleventh Plan. As concerned Central Sector Schemes, the annual growth rate of 38 per cent has been recorded in the actual expenditure during the years 2007-12.

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