Odisha FM presents Budget in state Assembly; Total budget amount for Financial Year 2021-22 is Rs. 1.70 lakh crore

Bhubaneswar: Finance Minister Niranjan Pujari presents 2021-22 Budget in state Assembly.

The outlay of Rs 1.7 lakh crore is proposed to be financed mainly through revenue receipts of Rs 1,25,600 crore and gross borrowing and other receipts of Rs 44,400 crore.

Rs 3500 crore allotted for converting SCB Medical College into “AIIMS Plus institute” over a period of 3 years. “In-stream Storage Structure” (ISS) will be constructed in all major rivers with an allotted amount of Rs 795 crore.

Rs. 25,788 crore allotted for Capital Outlay for FY 2021-22. Rs. 1800 crore allocated under Krushak Assistance for Livelihood and Income Augmentation (KALIA) scheme and Rs. 450 cr under Rashtriya Krshi Vikas Yojana (RKVY).

 

Like previous years, this year also the Budget was presented in two parts –
“Agriculture Budget” and “General Budget”. The comparative position of2020-21
(RE) and 2021-22(BE)are as follows:
(₹ in crore)
Sl. No Item 2020-21
(R.E.)
2021-22
(B.E.)
1. Administrative Expenditure 63,150 85,000
2. Programme Expenditure 62,000 75,000
3. Disaster Response Fund 2,700 3,050
4. Transfers from the State 7,150 6,950
Total 1,35,000 1,70,000
1. What is New in the Budget?
 Complete e-Budgeting with presentation of Budget in NeVA (National eVidhan Application) – A green initiative
 A dedicated Odisha Budget Mobile App – Available in both Google Play
Store and Apple App Store
 Strategic Budget making process adopted to improve budget credibility
 Introduction of Fiscal Risk Statement as a comprehensive disclosure on all
fiscal risks to help better management of risk exposures
 Introduction of Fiscal Strategy Report and Status Paper on Public Debt as
disclosures on State Finances
 Introduction of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Budget document
 Strengthening disclosure standard-Budget data is made available in excel
format
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2. Thrust of the Budget: Transformative Health
Facilities&Transformative Infrastructure
 Aspiration for “New Odisha – Empowered Odisha” with agenda to
transform health, agriculture, education, livelihoods, infrastructure as well as
industries to the next level with adequate safeguard for the vulnerable
sections of the society
 Converting SCB Medical College into “AIIMS Plus institute” to provide
world-class healthcare facilities by spending around Rs.3,500 crore over 3
years
 To bring about transformative change in the agriculture & allied sector, there
is provision of ₹1,800 crore under KALIA Scheme, ₹450 crore under
RashtriyaKrishiVikasYojana (RKVY), ₹795 crore for construction of “Instream Storage Structures (ISS)” in all major rivers, and ₹819 crore under
the scheme Interest Subsidy/Subvention to farmers
 Mega plan to transform Puri into World Heritage City under ABADHA
scheme by allocating Rs.542 crore
 Transformative initiative for ‘EkamraKshetra Amenities and Monuments
Revival Action (EKAMRA) Plan’ by spending Rs.200 crore under EKAMRA
Plan to pedestrianize more than 65 Acres around the Lingaraj temple
 Comprehensive plan to transform Samaleswari Temple Area Management
And Local Economic Initiative (SAMALEI) with an outlay of Rs.200 crore
under SAMALEI Scheme
 A new world-class hockey stadium over 15 acres of land at Rourkela with
an outlay of Rs.90 crore

3. Sectoral Highlights
A. Health care for all
 A total sum of ₹9,164 crore is allocated for public health care with an
increase of about 19% over previous year
 ₹1,353 crore provided under the scheme BijuSwasthyaKalyanYojana
 Provision of ₹1,572 crore made under MukhyamantriSwasthyaSeva
Mission for building health infrastructure and services
 ₹1,755 crore provided for National Health Mission
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 ₹370 crore proposed for maintaining quality of sanitation, laundry, security,
gardening & lift services in public health facilities under Nirmal Scheme
 ₹3500 crore is proposed to Convert SCB Medical College into “AIIMS Plus
Institute” to provide world-class healthcare facilities over next three
years and ₹ 500 crore has been allocated for 2021-22.
 ₹600 croreunder NIRAMAYA for free medicine, ₹229 crore under NIDAN
for free diagnostics, and ₹162 crore under Odisha State Treatment Fund
 ₹117 crore to upgrade health care facilities with better equipment at major
health institutions and District headquarter hospitals
 ₹63 croreunder Public Health Response Fund for the management of
COVID-19 and emergency healthcare facilities
 ₹40 crore for a new scheme Free Treatment for Trauma Fund (FTTF) for
providing emergency health care and trauma care facilities to the victims of
road traffic accidents
B. WASH Initiatives: Water Access, Sanitation, and Hygiene
 A massive investment of ₹12,000 crore for piped drinking water which
includes ₹2,419 crore under BASUDHA, ₹6,300 crore under Jal Jeevan
Mission and ₹560 crore towardsoperation and maintenance of water supply
systems
 Off-budget resources like OMBADC (₹2,150 crore) and DMF (₹665crore)
are employed in convergence mode for piped water supply in 8 mineral
bearing districts.
 ₹395 croreis proposed under Odisha Integrated Sanitation Improvement
Project, ₹160 crore under Urban Sewerage, ₹190 crore under Urban
Sanitation, and ₹215 crore under the Swachha Bharat Scheme to keep our
cities clean
 Individual Household Latrine(IHHL) being provided to make every village
and habitation Open Defecation Free (ODF) certified. ₹200 crore is
provided for the rural component of the Swachh Bharat Mission
 ₹30 crore is provided to expand the coverage of beneficiaries under the
Menstrual Hygiene Scheme KHUSHI-Distribution of sanitary napkins
C. Agriculture& Allied Sector Activities
 Allocation of ₹17,469 croreto Agriculture and allied activities
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 An outlay of ₹1,800 croreunder the scheme Krushak Assistance for
Livelihood and Income Augmentation (KALIA)
 ₹819 croreprovided towards Interest Subvention on crop loans to Cooperative as well as Commercial Banks
 ₹148 croreprovided as Infrastructure Grants to OUAT for promoting
agriculture education, research and infrastructure
 ₹120 croreforNational Horticulture Mission
 Revolving fund of ₹100 crore each for seeds and fertilizers has been
proposed to ensure advance availability of quality seeds and fertilizers for
the farmers during the cropping seasons
 ₹454 crore is proposed towards subsidy for capital investment for
establishment of Commercial Agri-enterprises and for popularization of
agricultural implements, equipment and diesel pump sets
 An outlay of ₹60 croreprovisioned as Support to Farmers’ Producers
Organisation
 ₹500croreallocated for Pradhan MantriFasalBimaYojana (PMFBY)
 ₹106 crorefor the Odisha Millet Mission
 Outlay of ₹1,415 crore for theFisheries & Animal Resources Development
sector
 ₹137 crore proposed for the development of Brackish Water Aquaculture,
Marine Fisheries, Intensive Aquaculture, and Inland Fisheries.
 ₹70crore under the flagshipMachhaChasa Pain NuaPokhariKholaYojana
 ₹161 crore for Blue Revolution for integrated development & management
of fisheries
 ₹102 crore under the scheme RashtriyaPashudhanVikashYojana
 ₹100croreforUp-gradation of Livestock Health Care service
D. Irrigation
 An outlay of ₹2,258 crore for incomplete AIBP Projects implemented
through Pradhan MantriKrishiSinchayeeYojana(PMKSY)
 ₹795crore for construction of In-stream Storage Structures (ISS) in all
major rivers of the State.
 ₹454 crore proposed under state funded Water Sector Infrastructure
Development Programme (WSIDP) for on-going and new projects
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 An outlay of ₹710 crore for flood control and drainage work
 ₹860 croreforParbatiGiri Mega Lift Irrigation Scheme
 ₹180 croreunder RIDF for Jalanidhi scheme to create additional irrigation
potential
 A sum of ₹389 crore proposed for completion of 21,000 Deep Bore Wells
 ₹400 croreunderBijuKrushakVikasYojana for installation of 1500
community lift irrigation projects
 ₹164 croreallocated for revival of 1000 defunct lift irrigation points
 ₹101crore is being proposed under Canal Lining and System
Rehabilitation Programme (CLSRP)
 ₹77croreproposed under Nabakrushna Choudhury
SechaUnnayanaYojana
E. Housing
 Provision of ₹3,000 crore with a target for the construction of another 5 lakh
pucca houses through convergence of PMAY-Gramin and BijuPuccaGhar
Schemes
 ₹300 crore for the construction of 20,000 dwelling units under beneficiary led
construction and affordable housing and slum development components of
Odisha Urban Housing Mission AWAAS.
F. Wage employment, livelihood, and basic services
 ₹2,001 crore proposed towards material component under MGNREGA
 A Corpus Fund of ₹500 croreto facilitate timely payment of wages under
MGNREGA pending receipt of Central Assistance for the wage component
 ₹1,270 crore provided underDeenDayalAntyodayaYojana–National Rural
Livelihood Mission
 ₹80 croreforShyama Prasad Mukherjee RURBAN Mission
 ₹200 crorefor creating 11.13 lakh person-days of wage employment in
urban areas
 Transfer of about ₹6,950 croreto the Panchayati Raj Institutions and Urban
Local Bodies for the provision of basic services
G. Education and Skill Development
 Total ₹24,370 croreallocated for education and skill development sector
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 ₹280 crore provided under Odisha AdarshaVidyalaya to meet the
establishment and running cost of the schools
 ₹3,066 crore for SamagraSikshyaAbhiyan and ₹957 crore for Mid-day
Meal Scheme all of which will have a State share of 40%
 ₹8 crore for LPG connection in 10000 Primary and Upper Primary Schools to
encourage use of green and clean fuels
 A sum of ₹253crore under Mo School Programme for infrastructure
development of schools
 Looking at the success of Mo School Abhiyan, a sum of ₹7crore is proposed
towards corpus fund under Mo College Abhiyan
 Allocation for ₹430 crore under the
GangadharMeherSikhyaManakbrudhiYojana (GMSMY) to provide school
bags to all children from Class-I to V, free textbooks and school uniform
including shoes to all children from Class-I to VIII and free bicycles to all
students in Class-IX of Government and fully aided schools including OAVs
 ₹1,002 crore earmarked towards all students’ scholarships to be credited
through DBT
 ₹108 crore under World Bank assisted Odisha Higher Education
Programme for Excellence and Equity (OHEPEE) to transform select
universities and colleges into Centers of Excellence
 ₹212 crore for the RashtriyaUchataraSikshyaAbhiyan (RUSA) Scheme for
higher education and technical education
 Provision of ₹100 crore under the Asian Development Bank assisted Odisha
Skill Development Project to bring up a World Skill Centre in
Bhubaneswar
 A sum of ₹151 crore allocated for infrastructure development of
Technological Universities and Engineering Colleges, Engineering Schools,
Polytechnics and ITIs
H. Women& Child Development
 Total ₹3,906 croreallocated for undertaking various women and child
centric policy and welfare measures
 Provision of ₹279 croreunder the Maternity Benefit Programme “MAMATA”
scheme for the year 2021-22
 ₹1,113 croreis also provided under Supplementary Nutrition Programme
(SNP)
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 ₹316 crore towards financial assistance and other support to Women Self
Help Groups and their federations under Mission Shakti programme
 An additional ₹100 crore for construction of Mission Shakti Gruha at block
level
 ₹7 crore for construction of working women’s hostel
 SakshamAnganwadi and Poshan – 2.0would be implemented with outlay of
₹2,286 crore to improve the nutritional and health status of children below
the age of 6 years. ₹378 crore towards State support to the scheme
 ₹51 crore for the scheme ‘SOPAN’ for augmenting nutritional outcomes in
125 blocks having relatively poor health indicators
 ₹78 crore for supply of uniforms for children undergoing Pre-School
education under the Scheme MalatideviPrak-VidyalayaParidhanYojana
I. Development of SCs, STs, OBCs & Minorities
 Total ₹29,063 crore allocated under Tribal Sub-Component and SC SubComponent
 ₹110 crore allocated towards social sector initiatives including ANWESHA
 ₹270 crore for construction of hostels for ST girls and urban hostel
complexes under the scheme AKANKSHYA
 For 21 numbers of Minority Hostels ₹61 crore is proposed under Pradhan
Mantri Jan VikasKaryakram (PMJVK)
 Provision of ₹903 crore for pre-matric and post-matric scholarships for ST
and SC students
 ₹101 crore provisioned under Pradhan MantriAdarsh Gram Yojana (PMAGY)
 ₹59 croreunder the Special Development Council for the development of 9
tribal dominated Districts
 ₹140 croreis proposed under SCA to TSS (Tribal Sub-Scheme) to cover
more than one lakh beneficiaries during 2021-22
J. Social security measures
 A sum of ₹2,767 croreis allocated for social security measures
 Provision of ₹1,509 crore under Madhubabu Pension Yojana and ₹923
crore for National Social Assistance Programme (NSAP) for Old Age,
Widow and Disability Pensions
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 ₹105 crore for Welfare of Persons with Disability (PwD) and ₹14 crore
under the National Programme for Persons with Disability
 Provision of Rs.133 crorefor welfare of distressed and destitute, which
includes Rs.114 crore for establishment of Old-Age Homes
 ₹23 croreforBhimaBhoiBhinnakhyamaSamarthyaAbhiyan
K. Food Security
 ₹969 crore for distribution of rice @ ₹1/- per kg. under the State Food
Security Scheme, 23 lakh additional beneficiaries are provided 5 Kg rice
per month per beneficiary at the rate of ₹1 per Kg under the Scheme
L. Infrastructure Development
 ₹1,799 crore is provided for the Energy Sector
 Financial assistance of ₹500 crore to be provided through equity infusion
to OHPC for buying 49 percent share of AES inOPGC during 2021-22
 Additional equity support of ₹225 crore is proposed for OPGC to cover the
project cost and installation of the Flue Gas Desulphurisation (FGD) System.
 ₹332 crore is provided towards equity contribution to OPTCL for
construction of 132/33 KV Sub-stations and for non-remunerative power
infrastructure.
 ₹90 crore for construction of a 400/220/33 KV GIS Sub-Station at
Paradeep
 An amount of ₹30 croreproposed under the Radial to Ring Conversion
Project and ₹50 crore under Disaster Resilient Power System
 ₹120 croreprovided for System Strengthening for Elephant Corridorand
Movement Area and ₹100 crore for ODSSP
 ₹2296 croreprovided under Road Development Programme for
construction and upgradation of roads in the State
 ₹912 crore under BijuSetuYojana for construction of bridges
 ₹600 crore under the scheme Construction/ Improvement of Roads &
Bridges
 Provision of ₹2000 croreunderPradhan Mantri Gram SadakYojna to
complete 4000 Kms of rural roads
 Provision of ₹200 crore for the State Highway Development Programme
(SHDP); ₹53 crore for road Projects under PPP mode; ₹100 crore for Biju
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Expressway to improve connectivity in Western Odisha; ₹429 crore for
Central Road Fund projects
 Provision of ₹781 crore under improvement and construction of RD
Roads & Bridges, and ₹300 core under the scheme
MukhyaMantriSadakYojana
 ₹100 crore provided for land acquisition, construction, renovation,
expansion of Airports at Rourkela, Jeypore, Utkela, Jharsuguda, and
renovation of Birasal airstrip
 Outlay of ₹396 crore for the development of Railway projects in the State
 ₹100 crore for the block level Bus Stand and construction of new Bus
Terminal at Cuttack
 ₹100 croreforurban road transport and developmentof Baramunda Bus
stand
 ₹34 crore for Sagarmala Project, connectingBalugaon to Krushnaprasad
and another connecting Kaninali in Bhadrak district and Talchua in
Kendrapada District
M.Industrial investment
 ₹425 crore allocated for development of Industries sector and attracting
investment
 ₹50 crore for the Land Bank in the State out of which ₹20 crore is for
financial assistance for the development of the Odisha Economic Corridor
 ₹10 croreis provided for the development of Mega Textile Park at Dhamra,
Bhadrak, ₹10 crore for creating a common effluent treatment plant at
Paradeep for PCPIR and ₹5 crore for Mega Aluminium Park at Angul
 ₹155 crorefinancial assistance to IDCO for development of industrial
infrastructure
 ₹465 crore to promote MSME sector, a jump of 86 percent in
allocationover the previous year
 ₹125 crorefor financial assistance to MSME Sector, ₹80 crore for
Promotion of MSME Sector, and ₹27 crore for Promotion of Khadi&
Village Industries
 Already announced Special COVID Package of around ₹289 croreto
support MSMEs during COVID19
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 An outlay of ₹163 crore is made for Handloom, Handicrafts, Sericulture
and Textile sectors
 Provision of ₹36 crorefor the handloom sector, ₹30 crore for the
handicraft sector, ₹9 crore for the apparel and textiles sector, and ₹9
crore to the Sericulture sector
 Allocation of ₹135 crore for the Mining sector including₹47 crore for i3MS
and₹17 crore for Mineral Exploration & Auction
 ₹20 croretoOdisha Film Development
N. Public Administration and Law & Order
 ₹6,424 crorefor delivery of justice, maintenance of internal security,
prevention, control of crimes, fire disaster, and control management, etc.
 ₹315 croretowards the construction of Residential and Non-residential
buildings of police, fire, and prison organizations
 ₹50 crore for the development of Infrastructure facilities for the Judiciary
 ₹64 crore for launching of Emergency Response Support System(ERSS)
Dial-112, a nationwide distress call for all types of emergency services
 ₹30 croreproposed for the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network &
Systems (CCTNS) project
 Under revenue administration, ₹225 crore is proposed for Buildings,
Strengthening of IT Infrastructure, Protection of Government Land, and
Prevention of Theft of Minor Minerals.
O. Forest & Environment
 ₹1854 crore is provided for the forestry sector.
 It includes₹903 crore from the CAMPA fund, ₹120 crore for
implementation of JICA assisted Odisha Forestry Sector Development
Project Phase-II
 ₹15 crore is proposed for Ama Jungle Yojana for bringing more and more
forest area under Joint Forest Management
P. Tourism
 ₹542 croreallocated to transform Puri into World Heritage City under
ABADHA scheme
 ₹200 croreallocated under EkamraKshetra Amenities and Monuments
Revival Action (EKAMRA) Plan
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 ₹200 croreallocated under Samaleswari temple Area Management And
Local Economic Initiative (SAMALEI) scheme
 Allocation more than 25% to ₹500 crore for Tourism Department
 ₹349 crorefor the Development & Management of Tourist Infrastructure
 ₹83 crore for Publicity of Tourism
Q. Sports & Youth Services
 ₹109 crorefor the Development & Management of other Sports
Infrastructure, part of which will be used to build Urban Sports complexes
in selected ULBs
 ₹108.73 crore forPromotion of Sports Education, ₹11 crorefor State’s
support to Khelo India, and ₹8 crore for Improvement of Sports facilities
at Rourkela, Sambalpur, Berhampur, and Cuttack
R. Planning & Convergence
 ₹441 croreis provided for MLALAD Fund
 ₹100 croreunder the Special Problem Fund (SPF) Scheme for taking up
projects of special nature in the State
 To further the development process in western Odisha, ₹180 croreis
provided for WODC, which is more than double the previous year’s
allocation
 An outlay of ₹250 croreunderBiju KBK Plan to improve infrastructure in
the KBK districts, mainly in respect of Bijli, Sadak, and Pani
 ₹50 croreis proposed under the SETU scheme for the development of
SwabhimanAnchal
 ₹3,143 crorefrom DMF and ₹3,814 crore from OMBADC are proposed to
be utilized for development works during 2021-22
S. Odia Language, Culture and Heritage
 ₹135 crore for the promotion of Odia Language, Culture, and Heritage,
which includes ₹51 crore for MukhyamantriKalakaraSahayataYojana and
₹8 crore for preservation, conservation and protection of monuments
and sites which reflect the rich cultural heritage of our State
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T. Science, Electronics & Information Technology
 ₹63 crore for promotion of Science & Technology, out of which ₹20 crore
is for Development of Planetarium & Museums, ₹16 crore for State
Council of Science & Technology including Regional & District Science
Centers and ₹8 crore for Development of Biotechnology
 ₹199 crorefor Electronics & Information Technology interventions out
of which ₹111 crore for IT Infrastructure & Connectivity and ₹19 crore
for the Development of IT Parks & Towers
 ₹21 crorefor IT Application & Services
U. Disaster Management
 ₹3,050 crore forDisaster Managementincluding ₹2,139 crore under State
Disaster Risk Management Fund (SDRMF) and ₹961 crore under
National Disaster Risk Management Fund (NDRMF)
 Besides, a sum of ₹100 crore for World Bank assisted Odisha Disaster
Recovery Project (ODRP)