74% of the budget spent Education Department 1st class: 0.49 % spent Housing Department fail?

by Ana Lopez

Finance Minister Devendra Fadnavis will present the first budget on March 9. It is against this backdrop that some interesting information about the allocation and utilization of the previous year’s budget has been found. Under which it is found that only 41.473% of the total budget has been spent. Department of School Education has been at the forefront in utilizing the budget while Department of Housing has been the last in this row.
A budget of 6 lakh 47,225 crores was allocated by the state government for the financial year which is ending now. Out of which 41.473% i.e. 2 lakh 68,425 crores have been spent. In which the highest 74.39% (52,675 crore) has been spent by the school education department. While the housing department has spent only 0.49% (45.42 crores). 6,47,225.17 crore was allocated for Home Department, Civic Development, Health, Social Security and Welfare, Agriculture etc. Out of which 50.68% (3,28037.93 crore) was utilized. 41.473% has also been incurred directly.

Top 5 Direct Spending Departments –
1) Department of School Education – 74.39% (52,675.29 crores)
2) Department of Technical Education – 72.26% (9,506.80 crores)
3) Law, Justice and Order – 67.69% (2,605.89 crores)
4) Women and Child Development – ​​61.98% (3,703.16 crores)
5) Department of Cooperation – 60.20% (4,470.91 crores)

Top 5 Departments Using Low Budget
1) Housing Department – ​​0.49% (45.42 crores)
2) Food and Civil Supplies – 4.02% (762.88 crores)
3) Public works – 5.17% (2078.76 crores)
4) Department of Tourism – 10.33% (284.43 crores)
5) Industry, Energy, Labor – 12.26% (2,747.12 crores)

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