Thursday, April 26, 2012

Non-Tax Revenue - What country earns from its enormous resources


Income from Real Assets of the country termed as ‘Non-Tax Receipts’


Budget at a Glance - Receipts
                                                                                    Rs. In Crores



2010-2011
2011-2012
2011-2012
2012-2013








Revised


Actuals @
Budget
Estimates
Budget
% of Total

Estimates

Estimates

1
Revenue Receipts
788471
789892
766989
935685                  62.76
       


2
Tax Revenue (net to centre)
569869
664457
642252
771071
51.72

3
Non-Tax Revenue
218602
125435
124737
164614
11.04
4
Capital Receipts (5+6+7)$
408857
467837
551730
555241
37.24

5
Recoveries of Loans
12420
15020
14258
11650
0.78

6
Other Receipts
22846
40000
15493
30000
2.01

7
Borrowings and other liabilities *
373591
412817
521980
513590
34.45
8
Total Receipts (1+4)$
1197328
1257729
1318720
1490925
100%

Total Receipts estimated in the Union Budget for the FY 2013-14 is Rs. 14,90,925 Crores. Out of which:

1.       Rs. 9,35,685 Crores i.e. 62.76% of our Revenue comes from Direct and Indirect taxes.
2.       Rs. 5,55,241 Crore i.e. 37.24%  from Borrowings and other liabilities
3.       Only Rs. 1,64,614 Crores, i.e. 11.04% comes from real Assets of the country.
This proves that our financial planning is Tax centric and Borrowing Centric; our Rulers have been ignoring the potential of raising revenues from the Real assets of the country. These assets have enormous potential to earn sufficient revenue to do away with the need to levy taxes on public and borrow money sinking the country in a Debt trap like European countries.  The country shall be paying an interest of Rs. 3,19,759 crores as interest on these borrowings i.e. 21.45% of the total revenue goes to pay interest on borrowings.




Non-tax revenue in the Union Budget  has been categorized under nine heads

S. No.
Non-tax revenue
Budget 2013
Per cent
1
Interest receipts
19231
11.68
2
Dividends n Profits
50153
30.47
3
Fiscal Services
Rom 119
0.07
4
General Services
11082
6.73
5
Social services
1372
0.83
6
Economic services
78634
47.77
7
Railway
0
0.00
8
Grants
2887
1.75
9
Union Territories
1136
0.69

Total Non-tax
164614
100.00

As is obvious from the above main income comes from Economic Services – 47.77%, followed by Dividend and Profits – 30.47% and a distant third 11.68% from Interest Receipts. Income from other six categories is only 10.07%.  Revenue from Railways, said to be largest network in the world, is 0.00.

We are giving below details of receipts under all the nine categories and request our viewers to analyse these heads and give us feedback as to how income under these heads can be increased substantially over the years.


1. Detail of Income under the head Interest Receipts( 11.68% of total), Dividends and Profits is as under:


             Receipt Budget, 2012-2013

      Non Tax Revenue






(In crores of Rupees)

Tax Revenue
Major Head
Actual 2010-2011
Budget 2011-2012
Revised 2011-2012
Budget 2012-2013

Interest Receipts, Dividends and Profits






1. Interest Receipt






1.01. States
0049
10281.14
10224.75
9811.30
9232.17

1.02. Union Territories ( With Legislature)
0049
81.77
88.31
88.33
88.33

1.03. Interest payable by Railways






1.03.01. Dividend on Capital at Charge (net of
0049
3905.84
3031.07
2379.01
2989.06

subsidy payable by General






Revenue)






1.03.02. Subsidy payable by General
0049
...
3680.53
3250.11
3663.89

Revenue






1.03.03. Payment by Railways in lieu of Tax
0049
...
23.12
23.12
23.12

on Railway Passenger Fares






Total-Interest payable by Railways

3905.84
6734.72
5652.24
6676.07

1.04. Other Interest Receipts
0049
21017.94
12774.11
19135.34
9234.11

1.04.01. Less-Receipts netted against
0049
-15553.14
-10244.11
-14562.62
-6000.00

Expenditure






Net-Interest Receipt

19733.55
19577.78
20124.59
19230.68


Explanation

……Commission. Thirteenth Finance Commission has also recommended that central loans given to State Governments for Centrally Sponsored Schemes/Central Plan Schemes through Ministries other than Ministry of Finance as outstanding at the end of 2009-10 be written off, subject to States Legislating/amending FRBM Acts in line with 13th Finance Commission recommendations. This is being done in 2011-12 and necessary provision are made in Revised Estimates for 2011-12...

1.02. Interest on Loans to Union Territory Governments:.The interest receipts are estimated at. Rs. 88.33 crore in Revised Estimate 2011-2012 and at. Rs. 88.33 crore in Budget Estimate 2012-2013...

1.03. Interest Payable by Railways: The memorandum on rate of dividend for 2012-13 is under the consideration of the Railway Convention Committee (RCC). Thus, pending recommendations of RCC, the estimates for the year 2012-13 have been framed on the basis of arrangements adopted for 2011-12. These arrangements are
(i) Except for the capital cost of residential buildings which bears dividend at 3.5 per cent, Railways pay dividend at 5 per cent on entire dividend-paying capital irrespective of the year of investment (inclusive of 1.5 per cent on dividend bearing capital, less subsidy capital invested upto 31.3.1964, for payment to States in lieu of passenger fares tax),
(ii) The Railways do not pay dividend on capital in respect of: (a) Strategic Lines, (b) Un-remunerative branch lines, the exemption of a particular branch line from payment of dividend on capital is based on annual review of the remunerativeness of the line, the remunerativeness being determined on the basis of the 'marginal cost' principle, (c) Ferries, welfare buildings (hospitals, dispensaries, health units, clubs, institutes, schools and colleges, hostels and other welfare centres) and non- strategic portion of the North-East Frontier Railways, (d) Ore lines (Kiriburu-Bimlagarh and Sambhalpur-Titlagarh lines which involve concessional rates of freight for the carriage of ore) provided that they are not remunerative the remunerativeness being determined on the basis of the marginal cost principle, (e) 28 new lines taken up on or after 1st April,1955 on other than financial considerations except those which become remunerative during the year adopting the marginal cost principle this arrangement applies also to Jammu-Kathua and Tirunelvelli-Trivandrum-Kanyakumari lines, which are known as national investments, (f) 28 new lines taken up on or after 1st April,1955 on other than financial considerations except those which become remunerative during the year adopting the marginal cost principle this arrangement applies also to Jammu-Kathua and Tirunelvelli-Trivandrum-Kanyakumari lines which are known as national investments, (g) The gauge conversion works have taken up on strategic consideration,
(iii) 50 per cent of the outlay in a year on capital works-in-progress (which would otherwise be liable to payment of dividend) is exempted from payment of dividend for a period three years,
(iv) The above dividend concessions are provided to Railways in the form of subsidy from General Revenues. The losses on strategic lines till 2005-06 were netted from dividend payable. However, from 2006-07, these losses are being reimbursed through provision under the Demand of Department of Economic Affairs,
(v) In years in which the net revenue of the Railways is not adequate to meet the current dividend liability, the shortfall in the payment of the current dividend is treated as deferred dividend liability (on which no interest is charged) to be discharged by Railways from surplus in future years. Based on the principles mentioned above, the estimates of dividend payable by Railways for Revised Estimates 2011-12 and Budget Estimates 2012-13 has been worked out. Out of the 1.5 per cent dividend paid by the Railways on the pre-1964-65 capital an amount of..`.23.12 crore is contributed by the Railways for being passed on to the States as grant in lieu of the repealed tax on railway passenger fares and the balance which hitherto was contributed to the Railway Safety Fund, is from 2001-2002, credited to the Railway Safety Works Fund directly by the Railways with the approval of Ministry of Finance and the RCC...

1.04. Other Interest Receipts: The estimates under 'Other Interest Receipts' are in respect of interests on loans advanced to Public Sector Enterprises, Port Trusts and other Statutory Bodies, Cooperatives, Government Servants etc. and on capital outlay on Departmental Commercial Undertakings. The estimate also includes interest on Ways and Means Advances payable by Food Corporation of India.

2. Detail of Income under the head Dividend and Profits Rs. 50152.55 ( 30.47% of total), is as under:


             Receipt Budget, 2012-2013

      Non Tax Revenue






(In crores of Rupees)

Tax Revenue
Major Head
Actual 2010-2011
Budget 2011-2012
Revised 2011-2012
Budget 2012-2013

2. Dividends and Profits






2.01. Dividends from Public Sector
0050
24059.62
23494.47
28086.54
27178.25

'Enterprises and on other






investments






2.02. Dividend/Surplus of Reserve Bank of
0050
23931.96
19129.21
22035.49
22974.30

India, Nationalised Banks & Financial






Institutions






Total-Dividends and Profits

47991.58
42623.68
50122.03
50152.55


2. Dividends and Profits:.This Section comprises of dividends and profits from public sector enterprises. It also includes surplus of the Reserve Bank of India that is transferred to Government.

3. Detail of Income under the head Fiscal Services Rs. 119 cr ( 0.07% of total), is as under:


             Receipt Budget, 2012-2013

      Non Tax Revenue






(In crores of Rupees)

Tax Revenue
Major Head
Actual 2010-2011
Budget 2011-2012
Revised 2011-2012
Budget 2012-2013

3. Fiscal Services






3.01. Currency, Coinage and Mint (Profit
0046
...
45.00
45.00
35.00

from circulations of coins)






3.02. Other Fiscal Services
0047
83.88
82.82
84.42
84.32

Total-Fiscal Services

83.88
127.82
129.42
119.32

Total-Fiscal Services

83.88
127.82
129.42
119.32


3.01. Currency, Coinage and Mint:. Profits from circulation of coins represents the difference between the face value of coins and the cost charged.

3.02. Other Fiscal Services:.The receipts mainly relate to contributions by Reserve Bank of India towards EFF charges payable to the International Monetary Fund, remunerations, etc. received from IMF and penalties, etc. realized against economic offences.

4. Detail of Income under the head General Services  Rs. 11082.34 crore ( 6.73% of total), is as under:



             Receipt Budget, 2012-2013

      Non Tax Revenue






(In crores of Rupees)

Tax Revenue
Major Head
Actual 2010-2011
Budget 2011-2012
Revised 2011-2012
Budget 2012-2013

4. General Services






4.01. Administrative Services






4.01.01. Public Service Commission
0051
28.20
30.50
31.50
33.00

4.01.02. Police
0055
2876.80
3800.60
3401.00
3601.20

4.01.03. Supplies and Disposals






4.01.03.01. Supplies and Disposals
0057
96.92
108.00
117.42
108.00

4.01.03.02. Less-Receipts
0057
...
...
-9.42
...

Net

96.92
108.00
108.00
108.00

4.01.04. Stationery and Printing
0058
23.12
20.50
26.00
26.00

4.01.05. Public Works
0059
244.59
251.00
181.00
181.00

4.01.06. Other Administrative Services
0070
2999.68
3312.29
3325.31
3574.45

Net-Administrative Services

6269.31
7522.89
7072.81
7523.65

4.02. Contribution and recoveries towards






pension and other retirement benefits






4.02.01. Contribution and recoveries towards
0071
2572.19
3391.51
2719.35
3019.66

pension and other retirement benefits






4.02.02. Less Receipts
0071
...
-1000.00
-1000.00
-1000.00

Net-Contribution and recoveries towards pension and other

2572.19
2391.51
1719.35
2019.66

retirement benefits






4.03. Miscellaneous General Services
0075
10315.40
11086.91
14951.98
12445.63

4.03.01. Less -Receipts of Commercial
0075
-9615.30
-9000.00
-10800.00
-10800.00

Department- Canteen Stores






Department






4.03.02. Less -Receipts
0075
-11.11
-506.95
-2562.59
-106.60

Net-Miscellaneous General Services

688.99
1579.96
1589.39
1539.03

4.04. Defence Services






4.04.01. Defence Services -Army
0076
2033.64
1695.62
1695.62
1869.64

4.04.01.01. Less -Receipts
0076
-2033.64
-1695.62
-1695.62
-1869.64

Net

...
...
...
...

4.04.02. Defence Services -Navy
0077
165.68
200.00
200.00
200.00

4.04.02.01. Less -Receipts
0077
-165.68
-200.00
-200.00
-200.00

Net

...
...
...
...

4.04.03. Defence Services -Air Force
0078
627.55
592.92
619.38
619.38

4.04.03.01. Less -Receipts
0078
-627.55
-592.92
-619.38
-619.38

Net

...
...
...
...

4.04.04. Defence Services -Ordnance
0079
1457.83
1647.63
1696.80
1836.77

Factories






4.04.04.01. Less -Receipts
0079
-1457.83
-1647.63
-1696.80
-1836.77

Net

...
...
...
...

4.04.05. Defence Services -Research and
0080
47.66
35.00
35.00
40.00

Development 4.04.05.01. Less -Receipts
0080
-47.66
-35.00
-35.00
-40.00

Net

...
...
...
...

Net-Defence Services

...
...
...
...

Net-General Services

9530.49
11494.36
10381.55
11082.34

Total-General Services

9530.49
11494.36
10381.55
11082.34

Social and Community Services







4.01.01. The receipts of 'Public Service Commission' mainly represent examination fees etc. of the Union Public Service Commission and Staff Selection Commission

4.01.02. The receipts of 'Police' are on account of Central Police Forces supplied to State Governments and other parties. These Receipts also include the receipts of Delhi Police.

4.01.03. The receipts under 'Supplies and Disposals' mainly relate to the fees for purchase and inspection of stores; and sale Proceeds of surplus and obsolete stores disposed off through Directorate General of Supplies and Disposals

4.01.04. The receipts under 'Stationery and Printing' relate to Government printing presses sale of stationery, gazettes and Government publications etc.

4.01.05. 'Public Works' includes all receipts relating to Central Public Works Department other than rent of Government residential Buildings

4.01.06. The receipt under the head 'Other Administrative Services' mainly relate to audit fees, passport and visa fees etc.

4.03.01. The Commercial Department receipts relate to Defence Services Canteen Stores Department (CSD) which are dealt with under net expenditure of Commercial Departments in the Expenditure Budget.

5. Detail of Income under the head Social Services  Rs. 1371.55 crore ( 0.83% of total), is as under:


             Receipt Budget, 2012-2013

      Non Tax Revenue






(In crores of Rupees)

Tax Revenue
Major Head
Actual 2010-2011
Budget 2011-2012
Revised 2011-2012
Budget 2012-2013

5. Social Services






5.01. Education, Sports, Art and Culture
0202
108.01
99.56
105.04
110.26

5.02. Medical and Public Health
0210
212.61
199.08
250.69
250.70

5.03. Family Welfare
0211
36.33
35.70
36.50
36.50

5.04. Housing
0216
119.66
101.93
142.50
143.21

5.05. Urban Development
0217
13.37
...
0.05
0.05

5.06. Information and Publicity
0220
269.57
1903.77
334.94
808.31

5.07. Broadcasting
0221
...
...
...
...

5.08. Labour and Employment
0230
10.78
13.35
21.55
21.55

5.09. Social Security and Welfare
0235
0.74
0.51
1660.49
0.97

5.10. Other Social Services
0250
0.01
...
...
...

Total-Social Services

771.08
2353.90
2551.76
1371.55

Total-Social and Community Services

771.08
2353.90
2551.76
1371.55


5.01. The receipts under 'Education, Sports, Art and Culture' mainly relate to tuition and other fees and entry fees at museums and the ancient monuments.
5.02. 'Medical' receipts include contributions for Central Government Health Scheme and charges realized from patients for hospital and dispensary services etc. Public Health receipts include service fees, sale proceeds of Sera and vaccine etc.
5.03. 'Family Welfare' receipts mainly relate to sale proceeds of materials and supplies.
5.04. 'Housing' receipts mainly relate to Licence fees for Government residential buildings.
5.06. 'Information and Publicity' receipts include charges from advertising and visual publicity, sale of publications, film rentals and receipts from Frequency Modulation (FM) - Phase-III auction to be done in three phases
5.08. 'Labour and Employment' receipts relate mainly to fees realized under labour laws Factories and Mines Act etc.
5.09. The receipts under 'Social Security and Welfare' mainly relate to Central Government Employees Insurance Scheme.

6. Detail of Income under the head Economic Services  Rs. 78,634.19 crore ( 47.77% of total), is as under:





             Receipt Budget, 2012-2013

      Non Tax Revenue






(In crores of Rupees)

Tax Revenue
Major Head
Actual 2010-2011
Budget 2011-2012
Revised 2011-2012
Budget 2012-2013

Economic Services






6. Economic Services






6.01. Agriculture and Allied Activities






6.01.01. Crop Husbandry
0401
131.35
145.06
145.07
159.58

6.01.01.01. Less Receipts
0401
...
...
...
...

Net

131.35
145.06
145.07
159.58

6.01.02. Animal Husbandry
0403
14.81
13.85
16.65
16.15

6.01.03. Dairy Development
0404
292.91
341.70
341.70
352.00

6.01.03.01. Less -Receipts of Commercial Department- Delhi Milk Scheme Net
0404
-292.75 0.16
-341.70 ...
-341.70 ...
-352.00 ...

6.01.04. Fisheries
0405
1.89
2.28
2.59
2.59

6.01.05. Forestry and Wild Life
0406
7.67
7.00
23.00
23.00

6.01.05.01. Less -Receipts
0406
...
...
-3.00
-3.00

Net

7.67
7.00
20.00
20.00

6.01.06. Plantation
0407
0.10
1.05
0.10
0.10

6.01.07. Food Storage and Warehousing
0408
2.41
2.90
3.42
4.01

6.01.08. Agricultural Research and Education
0415
0.04
...
...
...

6.01.09. Other Agricultural Programmes
0435
14.41
15.50
15.50
16.50

Net-Agriculture and Allied Activities

172.84
187.64
203.33
218.93

6.02. Irrigation and Flood Control






6.02.01. Major and Medium Irrigation
0701
15.23
14.00
30.00
30.00

6.02.02. Minor Irrigation
0702
0.60
0.70
0.70
0.70


Total-Irrigation and Flood Control

15.83
14.70
30.70
30.70
6.03. Energy





6.03.01. Power
0801
2396.60
2693.14
2789.05
2881.46
6.03.01.01. Less -Receipts of Commercial
0801
-151.70
-272.69
-315.03
-256.66
Department-Badarpur Thermal Power





Station (BTPS)





6.03.01.02. Less -Receipt of Commercial
0801
-1599.29
-1746.33
-1800.00
-1950.00
Department- Fuel Inventory





Net

645.61
674.12
674.02
674.80
6.03.02. Petroleum
0802
9026.43
10031.00
12058.91
12671.42
6.03.03. Coal and Lignite
0803
43.43
2.03
2.50
0.50
6.03.04. New and Renewable Energy
0810
0.27
0.40
0.43
0.50
Net-Energy

9715.74
10707.55
12735.86
13347.22
6.04. Industry & Minerals





6.04.01. Village and Small Industries
0851
25.98
28.76
33.98
33.83
6.04.02. Industries
0852
4058.39
1532.32
1629.80
1769.23
6.04.02.01. Less -Receipts of Commercial
0852
-1214.20
-1331.00
-1459.28
-1601.60
Department- Fuel Fabrication





Facilities





6.04.02.02. Less -Other Receipts in the Sector
0852
-3204.64
...
...
...
Net

-360.45
201.32
170.52
167.63
6.04.03. Non-ferrous Mining and Metallurgical
0853
23.10
25.75
26.50
27.50
Industries





6.04.04. Other Industries
0875
237.54
312.00
432.47
366.73
6.04.04.01. Less -Receipts of Commercial
0875
-237.54
-312.00
-432.47
-366.73
Department- Opium and Alkaloid





Factories





Net

...
...
...
...
Net-Industry & Minerals

-311.37
255.83
231.00
228.96
6.05. Transport





6.05.01. Ports and Lighthouses
1051
203.90
172.00
182.00
191.50
6.05.01.01. Less -Receipts of Commercial
1051
-203.53
-170.00
-180.00
-190.00
Department - Lighthouses and





Lightships





Net

0.37
2.00
2.00
1.50
6.05.02. Shipping
1052
65.68
59.10
62.55
59.55
6.05.03. Civil Aviation
1053
32.60
38.50
1.86
1.50
6.05.04. Road and Bridges
1054
2338.99
2209.00
3161.21
3681.00
6.05.05. Road Transport
1055
1.38
...
...
...
6.05.06. Other Transport Services
1075
...
...
...
...
6.05.07. Postal Receipts
1201
6962.33
7517.70
7522.02
7793.31
6.05.07.01. Less -Receipts of Commercial
1201
-6962.33
-7517.70
-7522.02
-7793.31
Department- Postal Services





Net

...
...
...
...
Net-Transport

2439.02
2308.60
3227.62
3743.55
6.06. Communication





6.06.01. Other Communication Services
1275
120547.63
29648.33
16550.83
58217.33
6.07. Science, Technology and





Environment





6.07.01. Atomic Energy Research
1401
43.98
40.26
42.44
43.00
6.07.02. Other Scientific Services & Research
1425
824.42
498.32
700.87
682.57
Total-Science, Technology and Environment

868.40
538.58
743.31
725.57
6.08. General Economic Services





6.08.01. Foreign Trade and Export Services
1453
104.11
100.00
128.70
129.01
6.08.02. Other General Economic Services
1475
3183.65
2148.50
3001.33
1984.38
6.08.02.01. Less -Receipts
1475
-19.97
...
-14.34
...
Net

3163.68
2148.50
2986.99
1984.38
6.08.03. Tourism
1452
5.44
5.50
8.00
8.50
6.08.04. Civil Supplies
1456
0.69
0.04
0.04
0.04

Net-General Economic Services

3273.92
2254.04
3123.73
2121.93
Net-Economic Services

136722.01
45915.27
36846.38
78634.19


6.01. Agriculture and Allied Activities:.This sub-sector includes receipts from agricultural farms, commercial crops, horticulture, plant protection services, fees from agricultural education, fees for quality control and grading of agricultural products etc. Sale proceeds of inputs like seeds, fertilizers, machinery, etc. received as aid from foreign countries and organizations are also accounted for under i
6.02. Irrigation and Flood Control:.The estimates under this head represent mainly the receipts of Central Water Commission and Central Water Power Research Station, Pune. The estimates under 'Minor Irrigation' relate to Central Ground Water Board for ground water exploration undertaken by it for State Governments etc.
6.03. Energy: Under this head receipts generate from different section like 'Power, Petroleum, Coal and Lignite and New & Renewable Energy' are accounted for. The head 'Power' records receipt of Central Electricity Authority under the Electricity (Supply) Act. Under the Head 'Petroleum' the estimates include receipts from Royalty on off-shore crude oil and gas production profit petroleum and license fee for the right to exclusive exploration of oil and gas in a particular region.

6.03.02. Petroleum: .I. Royalty: (i) Central Government is entitled to get Royalty on Oil and Gas produced from the Offshore fields whereas in case of Onshore fields it is payable to concerned State Government. The power of regulation and responsibility for the development of oil fields are exclusively within the domain of the Central Government. Oil Fields (Regulation and Development) Act, 1948 and the Petroleum and Natural Gas Rules, 1959 deal with it, (ii) Royalty regimes for Oil and Gas production from nominated fields of Natural Oil Companies vary from that for the production from fields awarded under Production Sharing Contracts (PSCs), (iii) Royalty payable by National Oil Companies on crude oil and natural gas, being ad-valorem, depends on the prices at which Crude oil and natural gas are sold by them. Pricing of natural gas is under Administered Pricing Mechanism (APM), which has been revised upwards during 2005-06 affecting the receipts from Royalty. Similarly, the international crude oil prices, which are volatile Affect royalty receipts from oil, (iv) The Royalty on production from fields awarded under PSCs is governed by the provisions of the  respective PSCs and the receipts in this regard depend upon the actual production from the various fields. II.Profit Petroleum:Profit Petroleum is the value of petroleum produced from a particular field after deducting the admissible cost of production as per the contract. The Contractor and the Government share the profit petroleum from the contract area in accordance with the provision of the respective agreement/contracts. No profit petroleum is payable on production by National Oil Companies from the nominated fields. Profit Petroleum realization also varies with the prevalent price of crude oil and gas. Directorate General of Hydrocarbon (DGH) monitors the implementation of these PSCs. Profit Petroleum is payable on a quarterly basis with final adjustment being made at the end of the financial year. III.Petroleum Exploration License (PEL) Fee: (i) PEL fee is a payment by a licensee in consideration of the government granting a right to carry out exclusive exploration of Oil and Gas in a particular area. License fee is generally linked to area and period of license and is payable by licensees in accordance with Petroleum and Natural Gas Rules, 1959 as amended from time to time, (ii) PEL fee in the case of onshore fields goes to the concerned State Government and in case of offshore fields is paid to the Central Government.
6.04.01. The head 'Village and Small Industries' records receipts from industrial estates, small scale, handloom, khadi, handicraft, coir, sericulture, power looms, and other village industries.
6.04.02. Receipts under 'Industries' relate mainly to atomic energy industries and license fees collected from various industries.
6.04.03. The head 'Non-ferrous Mining and Metallurgical Industries' mainly accommodates receipts on account of specified jobs undertaken by the Geological Survey of India.
6.05.02. The head 'Shipping' account for receipts of survey and registration fees of ships and ferry services.
6.05.04. The head 'Roads and Bridges' includes receipts on account of national highways including fees for use of national highways, permanent bridges and also departmental charges recovered from State Government and other bodies for services rendered by the Border Roads Development Board.
6.06. Receipts under 'Other Communication Services' mainly relate to the licence fees from telecom operators, receipts on account of spectrum usage charges and auction of Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) spectrum currently in use by Central PSUs; receipts from spectrum held in excess of 6.2 MHz and receipts from auction of spectrum available with Government including spectrum to be vaccated by 122 licences, in view of the order of Hon'ble Supreme Court. Department of Telecom collects recurring licence fees from various telecom operators licensed by it. It also collects one time Entry fees from new operators. The main service categories include Cellular Mobile Service, Basic Service, Unified Access Service, V-SAT Services, International and National Long Distance Services, Infrastructure Providers, Internet Services, Public Mobile Radio Trunk Service and Captive Mobile Radio Trunk Service. Barring a few services, the Licence Fee is collected based on percentage share of the operators Adjusted Gross Revenue (AGR) and includes a component of Universal Access Levy. The AGR in turn is influenced by factors like tariff, customer base, competition, etc. The collection from licence fee depends on the rate of licence fee, tariff and growth of the telecom service sector in the country. Spectrum charges are levied by the Department on the Service Providers, for usage of spectrum and are calculated either as a percentage of their Adjusted Gross Revenue depending upon the quantum of spectrum assigned for their network (for CMTS, Basic, UAS and Commercial VSAT Service Providers) or at flat rates or on the basis of formulae (for others).
6.07.01. The receipts under 'Atomic Energy Research' relate to sales and services rendered by various divisions units of Bhabha Atomic Research Centre.
6.07.02. 'Other Scientific Services and Research' receipts mainly relate to the Survey of India National Atlas and Thematic Mapping Organization etc.

6.08.01. The receipts under the head 'Foreign Trade and Export Services' include receipts on revaluation of foreign currency in favour of India in respect of balances under Trade and Payment Agreements.

6.08.02. The head 'Other General Economic Services' mainly accommodates receipts on account of regulation of joint stock companies and fees realized under the Insurance Act. It also includes receipts of the Indian Meteorological Department, fees realized by National Informatics Centre for services rendered by it to non-Government bodies and Risk Insurances Fund receipts.

7. Detail of Income under the head Railway Revenue  Rs. 0.00 crore ( 0% of total), is as under:





             Receipt Budget, 2012-2013

      Non Tax Revenue






(In crores of Rupees)

Tax Revenue
Major Head
Actual 2010-2011
Budget 2011-2012
Revised 2011-2012
Budget 2012-2013

7. Railway Revenue as per Railway Budget






7.01. Indian Railways - Miscellaneous
1001
2145.39
3154.25
2729.78
3141.89

Receipts






7.01.01. Less - Miscellaneous Receipts
1001
-2145.39
-3154.25
-2729.78
-3141.89

7.02. Indian Railways - Commercial Lines
1002
94535.63
106239.00
103917.00
132552.00

7.02.01. Less -Receipts
1002
-94535.63
-106239.00
-103917.00
-132552.00

7.03. Indian Railways - Strategic Lines
1003
...
...
...
...

7.03.01. Less -Receipts
1003
...
...
...
...

Net-Railway Revenue as per Railway Budget

...
...
...
...
















7. Railway Revenue:.As per Railway Budget, receipts are comprising of (i) miscellaneous receipts, (ii) commercial lines, and (iii) strategic lines. As it is a commercial receipt, the net impact on Non Tax Revenue is nil.

8. Detail of Income under the head Grants in aid and Contribution  Rs. 2887.20 crore ( 1.87% of total), is as under:





             Receipt Budget, 2012-2013

      Non Tax Revenue






(In crores of Rupees)

Tax Revenue
Major Head
Actual 2010-2011
Budget 2011-2012
Revised 2011-2012
Budget 2012-2013

8. Grants-in-aid and Contribution






8.01. External Grant Assistance






8.01.01. Multilateral






8.01.01.01. Asian Development Bank
1605
0.06
...
0.05
...

8.01.01.02. International Fund for Agricultural
1605
5.28
...
6.40
3.90

Development






8.01.01.03. International Bank for Reconstruction
1605
30.67
15.00
27.96
49.15

and Development






8.01.01.04. International Development
1605
8.93
...
7.20
6.50

Association






Total-Multilateral

44.94
15.00
41.61
59.55

8.01.02. Bilateral






8.01.02.01. Germany
1605
106.56
36.00
56.00
21.00

8.01.02.02. Japan
1605
1.53
13.32
50.00
...

8.01.02.03. UK (DFID)
1605
1682.22
1050.00
1635.00
942.00

8.01.02.04. EEC
1605
268.98
503.00
290.34
595.00

8.01.02.05. USAID
1605
30.55
110.69
83.46
70.00

Total-Bilateral

2089.84
1713.01
2114.80
1628.00

8.01.03. International Bodies






8.01.03.01. Global Environment Fund
1605
448.85
400.00
1210.00
1125.00

8.01.03.02. UNDP
1605
25.72
37.95
19.18
67.50

8.01.03.03. UNPF
1605
17.07
7.00
9.40
7.15

Total-International Bodies

491.64
444.95
1238.58
1199.65

Total-External Grant Assistance

2626.42
2172.96
3394.99
2887.20

8.02. Aid Material & Equipment
1606
46.27
...
81.60
...

Total-Grants-in-aid and Contribution

2672.69
2172.96
3476.59
2887.20

Total-Grants-in-aid and Contribution

2672.69
2172.96
3476.59
2887.20

Non Tax Revenue of Union Territories







8. Grants-in-Aid Contributions:.The estimates are in respect of Grant assistance, in cash and kind from external sources. The details of external assistance are shown at Annex 9.

9. Detail of Income under the head Non tax Revenue of Union Territories  Rs. 1135.78 crore ( 0.69% of total), is as under:





             Receipt Budget, 2012-2013

      Non Tax Revenue






(In crores of Rupees)

Tax Revenue
Major Head
Actual 2010-2011
Budget 2011-2012
Revised 2011-2012
Budget 2012-2013

9. Non Tax Revenue of Union Territories
1710
1096.90
1169.35
1104.94
1135.78

Total-Non Tax Revenue of Union Territories

1096.90
1169.35
1104.94
1135.78

Grand Total

218602.18
125435.12
124737.26
164613.61


9. Non-Tax Revenue of Union Territories:. The receipts of the Union Territories (without legislature) mainly relate to administrative services; sale of timber and forest produce mainly in Andaman and Nicobar Islands; receipts from Chandigarh Transport Undertaking and receipts from Shipping; Tourism and Power. Arrears of Non Tax Revenue: In compliance of Rule 6 FRBM Rules 2004 a disclosure Statement on Arrears of Non-Tax Revenues is at Annex 12





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