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 Goan Budget, BEST budget for ALL times for GOA, Wish BJP in Kerala

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PostSubject: Goan Budget, BEST budget for ALL times for GOA, Wish BJP in Kerala   Mon Mar 26, 2012 11:15 am


Infrastructure tax enhanced to Rs.150/- per square metre for residential and industrial buildings and Rs.350/- per square for commercial building.
Fees of Rs. 250/- to Rs. 500/- for handling mineral dumps.
Goods tax on Barges to be enhanced at 50 paise per tone to Rs. 1 per tone. Barge tax to be enhanced to Rs.100 per tone and Rs.200 per tone based on capacity.
Appeals against Income Tax awards to High Court shall be levied with fee of 2 percent of the appeal amount.
Transfer of shares to be taxed at 0.05 percent. Fees and fines on services of Police Department to be doubled.
Power tariff increased. Electricity duty enhanced to 20 paise per unit and for Industries 70 paise per unit.
Registration fees enhanced. Equitable mortgages on title deeds will have a registration fees of 0.1 percent of alone value.
Price of petrol reduce by Rs.11/- per litre. VAT reduced to o.1 percent. VAT on IMFL, foreign liquor and beer increased to 22%.
Composition scheme amended for benefit of work contractors.
Tax on cigarettes enhance to 22%. Rate on genset reduced to 5%.
Tax on cars and SUVs enhanced to 15% whose price is above Rs.15 lakhs.Two wheelers costing above Rs.2 lakhs.
Textile Fabrics to be taxed at 5%. Sugar exempted.
Entry tax on Naphtha enhanced to 15%. VAT on Aviation turbine fuel brought down to 12.5%.
Aerated and carbonated beverages increased to 20%. Local SSI maintained at 12.5%.
Junk foods and fast foods to be taxed at 20%.
License fees for country liquor, bottling and fee recording of label revised. Fees for transfer of license of Rs. 25,000/- introduced.
Bonded warehousing of liquor fees enhanced. Additional revenue of Rs. 50 crores expected.
Excise duty on IMFL, Beer and other liquor enhanced. Application fees revised to Rs.6/- per BL.
IT habitat at Dona Paula to be revived. All IT related projects to be on fast-track mode.
Administrative autonomy to both District hospitals. Mediclaim Scheme to be upgraded by including all critical ailments.
Calamity Relief Fund procedures to be simplified. Enhanced benefit cover under Swarnajayanti Bhima Yojana of Rs. 2 lakhs.
Special emphasis for GMC by providing super speciality services. Health infrastructure to be upgraded at Tuem, Cacora, Chicalim and Mandur.
New shack policy. Tourism promotion board announced. Botanical garden to get enhanced support.
Tourism sector provided 261.30 crs. as against 95.43 crs.
Brand Goa and new tourism policy. Conducive atmosphere to be created for public-private participation.
Tourism cluster development authorities tobe formed at Tirakhol – Morjim, Vagator – Anjuna, Arpora –Sinquerim, Colva – Cavelossim and Palolem - Agonda.
Brand Goa and new tourism policy. Conducive atmosphere to be created for public-private participation.
Tur dal, moong, vatane, rawa and jaggery under PDS. Palmolein oil to be replaced by a healthy one. New Fair Price Shops for unemployed.
Employees in Government corporations and autonomous bodies – age of retirement at 60 effective from today.
PDS to have centralized procurement and monitored with e-governance application.
Communidades with weak fiscals to be provided funds for salaries. Computer teachers problems to be resolved.
Human Resource Development Corporation to be constituted to provide services like housekeeping, security, maintenance and operation, gardening, etc.
Human Resource Development Corporation to be constituted to provide services like housekeeping, security, maintenance and operation, gardening, etc.
Public asset management system to keep track on Government lands, infrastructure and assets.
Review of all mining licenses and leases. E-Governance platform and use of ICT. GIS based monitoring and surveillance. Environmental compliance and monitoring stations.
‘Polluter must pay’ principle to be employed. Mining Policy and capping on extraction including dump handling by May end.
Policy framework on mining. 60% of revenue generated for fast-tracking mining corridor at Sanguem, Quepem and Curchorem.
Sports infrastructure at Gymnasium, playgrounds in all major villages. Sports provided Rs. 143.17 crs.
Foot ball declared official State sports. Goa State Football Development Council under Dr. Rufino Monteiro.
Football ground at Benaulim announced. Lusofonia Games and National Games provided Rs.60 crs.
Pre-primary schools to get grants to enhance payment for contract teachers. All Government schools to be upgraded and repaired by GSIDC.
Specially-abled children to get additional benefits under enhanced support in existing schemes.
Educational cluster at Bambolim to be provided with Sports and Library facility. Similar facilities at Margao, Vasco, Mapusa and Ponda soon.
Collaboration with top-notched R&D centres. Bal Rath Scheme under education to be provided Rs.20 crs.
Technical University in the State. Mid-day Meal Scheme to revamped.
100% financial assistance to students in higher education whose family income is less than Rs. 3 lakhs. Goa Scholar Scheme enhanced to 15 nos. Facility to provide training in foreign languages.
Kerosene subsidy at Rs.50,000/- for traditional fishermen. Subsidy for out-board motors enhanced to 50% upto maximum of Rs.60,000/-.
Subsidy on fibre glass canoes as also fishing nets enhanced to 50%. Assistance of Rs.50,000/- per year to registered fishermen societies.
Better facilities for traditional fishermen by constructing ramps, slipways, net mending sheds and temporary storage facilities. Encourage fresh water fish farming including fishing activity in ponds, lakes and reservoirs.
Promotion of cold storage by providing 100% subsidy on standard cost fixed by Government of India. Additional cost to be provided with interest free loans.
Cultivation of cashew plantation crops like coconut or other fruit crop provided with cultivation subsidy of 75% of its cost. Special programme for cultivation of ground nut under RKVY. Rs.40 Crs. provided.
Compulsory training in Konkani language for All India Service Officers in order that they may appreciate ground reality and issues before administration.
A cadre of 100 IT experts and professionals to be created in IT Directorate for providing providing continuous technical support.
Strengthening e-governance initiative. At least one e-governance initiate in each department within six months.
Stress on improving service delivery, reward for those who perform, penalize those inefficient and corrupt.
Introduction of special voluntary retirement scheme.
4 measures to weed out corruption in Government system. Re-organize Secretariat to introduce check and balance, amend financial powers for post-tender financial sanctions, ECS system for payments and e-tendering/e-procurement systems
Public Grievance Redressal system to be made more effective using online interface. Response and resolution time to be specified.
Backlog of compassionate appointment cases to be cleared and minimum income limit eligibility enhanced to Rs.2 lakhs. Family members of deceased allowed to retain Govt accommodation for additional 3 years.
Implementation of State Schemes like DSS, Ration Card in PDS to be linked with AADHAAR under UID Project.
One-time bonus of Rs. 5000/- announced during last year’s Liberation Day to be paid for all Government and GIA employees.
Agriculture and allied sectors’ growth rate at a low of 1.77% in 2010-11 as against 3.26% in 2009-10. » New Agro Policy for sustainable development of agro sector. Assured price of Rs.17/kg. of paddy. Payments to be made directly to the bank.
Minimum support price of Rs. 90 per kg. for raw cashew. Assured price of Rs.170 per kg. of Arecanut. Support price of Rs.8/- per coconut
Assured price of Rs.2400/- per ton of sugarcane to provide rising input cost, advance of Rs.1000/- per month to be provided for the farmer in the month of September 2012.




Review of all mining licenses and leases. E-Governance platform and use of ICT. GIS based monitoring and surveillance. Environmental compliance and monitoring stations.
‘Polluter must pay’ principle to be employed. Mining Policy and capping on extraction including dump handling by May end.
Assembly condoles deaths of Matanhy, Kasturi Desai, Tiatrist Remmie Colaco, Kirtankar Radhabai Kamat,Ashok Kare and Sulekhabai Chowgule.
Mayem MLA Anant Shet elected the deputy speaker unopposed.
CM assures to remove Kurti-Khandepar from Ponda PDA before Panchayat elections are declared. Mamledar demanded, Dipak, Wagh supported.
Budget dedicated to the eternal memory of Matanhy Saldanha. CM begins speech in Konkani, paying tribute to Matanhy.
Speech recognizes the unprecendented determination shown by the people in registering 82% voting.
GSDP at constant prices for the year 2010-11 at 8.3% as against 10.63% in 2009-10. Budget targets growth rate of 12%.
Revenue Account Expenditure estimated at Rs. 7116.63 crs. Revenue Account Receipts estimated at Rs.7033.73 crs.
Corresponding figures for 2009-10 were 14.68%, 8.77% and 11.13% indicating that the overall GSDP growth rate and sectoral growth rate due to sluggishness in the economy.
Marginal Revenue Deficits of 82.90 crs. Plan Capital Outlay is 1921.03 crs. Total Budget Size is 9549 crs. as against 8022 crs. In 2011-12.
Service delivery within 24 hrs. to citizens through procedural simplification, extension of validity period by strengthening multi-functional common services centre.
Budget reiterates commitment for appointment of Lokayukta no sooner assent of the President of India is received.
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