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    • FM also commended the ICDS for being able to spend the entire amount of Rs 15,850 crore provided in 2012-13.NEW DELHI: The Women and Child Development ministrys Integrated Child Development Scheme(ICDS) has been allocated Rs 17,700 crore in the budget for the year 2013-14 which is an 11.7 per centincrease over the fund alloted in the previous year.Finance Minister P Chidambaram today also commended the ICDS for being able to spend the entireamount of Rs 15,850 crore provided in 2012-13.By allocating an increased amount for the scheme, the Finance minister underlined that the focus willcontinue to be on early childhood care and education.Chidambaram said the maternal and child malnutritionin a country with abundant foodgrains is a shamethat we must overcome.A multi-sectoral programme to combat this problem that was announced last year will also beimplemented in 100 districts during 2013-14 with an allocation of Rs 300 crore and it will be scaled up tocover 200 districts the yeanion Budget which he presented on Thursday, Feb 28.In budget 2013 measures for women, child and tribal welfare has been announced by our respectableFinance Minister P Chidambaram. In his speech he proposed that the allocation to health and familywelfare ministries will be increased. Further he said, women belonging to the most vulnerable groups,including single women and widows, must be able to live with self-esteem and dignity and added thatyoung women face gender discrimination everywhere, especially at the work place. The Ministry ofWomen and Child Development has been asked to design schemes that will address these concerns anda sum of Rs. 200 Crore has been provided to begin work in this regard. He said that a number ofinitiatives were underway and many more would be taken by the Government as well as non-governmentorganizations. Proposal to set up India’s first Women’s Bank as a public sector bank -Finance Minister P Chidambaram done the following allocation in his speech:-  Rs. 17700 Crore for child and women welfare representing an increase of 11.7 per cent.  Rs. 65867 Crore to the education ministry, which is 17% higher than the last year.  Rs. 13215 Crore for mid day meal scheme will be given.  Rs. 1000 Crore for setting up of a fund – Nirbhaya Fund – with the Government.  More than Rs 25000 Crore will be given for tribal welfare in the coming financial year.Emphasis was put on higher growth and financial strength because as per Chidambaram growth is theimportant factor for the economic development of the India. He believes that many people will be leftbehind if attention is not paid to growth sustainability.He said getting back to high growth rates of over 8-9 percent seen some years ago was the mainchallenge.r after.
    • Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram with Ministers of State NN Meena and SS Palanimanickam arrives at Parliament topresent the Annual Budget 2013-14 in New Delhi on Thursday. Apart from making allocations for exclusive sub plans forscheduled castes and scheduled tribes, Budget also has special plans for minorities, women and children as well as personswith disabilities.NEW DELHI: Apart from making allocations for exclusive sub plans for scheduled castes and scheduledtribes, Budget 2013-14 has special plans for minorities, women and children as well as persons withdisabilities.While presenting the Annual General Budget, Finance Minister P Chidambaram said the budget had subplans for welfare of scheduled castes and scheduled tribes. These funds cannot be diverted and must bespent for the purpose of the sub plans.He said that an allocation of Rs 41,561 crore to the scheduled castes sub plan and Rs 24,598 crore to thetribal sub plan had been made.Chidambaram also informed the members of the House that gender budget has been allocated Rs97,134 crore and child budget Rs 77,236 crore in 2013-14.Women belonging to most vulnerable groups, including single women and widows, must be able to livewith self-esteem and dignity, he said, while noting that young women face gender discriminationespecially at the work place.He said the ministry of Women and Child Development had been asked to design schemes to addressthese concerns and Rs 200 crore has been provided to begin work in this regard.The Finance Minister said Rs 3,511 crore had been allocated to the ministry of Minority Affairs, which isan increase of 12 per cent over the budget estimates and 60 per cent over the revised estimates of 2012-13.The Maulana Azad Education Foundation is the main vehicle to implement education schemes andchannelised funds to non-government organisations for the minorities, he said and added that its corpusstands at Rs 750 crore.He said that to raise this amount to Rs 1500 crore during the 12th Plan period, it is proposed to allocateRs 160 crore to the corpus fund. Chidambaram said the Maulana Azad Education Foundation wishes toadd medical aid to its objectives and the same had been accepted.A beginning can be made by providing medical facilities such as a resident doctor in educationalinstitutions run or funded by the Foundation, he said, adding Rs 100 crore is being allocated to launch thisinitiative.Chidambaram said government is committed to provide support to persons with disabilities andannounced a sum of Rs 110 crore to the Department of Disability Affairs for the ADIP Scheme in 2013-14.
    • New Delhi, Feb 28: A special fund of Rs 1000 crore for setting up theNirbhaya Fund apart from an allocation of Rs 97,000 crore for womensdevelopment are the notable takeaways from the Union Budget for 2013-14that was presented by Finance Minister P Chidambaram in the Parliament onTuesday. Here are the other highlights of the budget: Capital infusion of Rs12,570 crore in 13 public sector banks during 2012-13; another Rs 14,000crore for capital infusion in 2013-14 to meet Basel-3 norms First exclusivepublic sector bank for women to be opened by October; Rs 1,000 croreallocated as initial capital All public sector bank branches to have ATMs Act tostrengthen SEBI in its silver jubilee year under consideration Ambiguitybetween FDI and FII to be removed Two new ports to be set up in WestBengal and Andhra Pradesh to add 100 million tonnes handling capacity Gashandling terminal at Dabhol in Maharashtra to be fully operational during2013-14 State governments urged to sign restructuring plans with electricitydiscoms Tax-free infrastructure bonds of Rs 50,000 crore to be issued Textileministry allocated Rs 50 crore for establishing apparel parks Handloom sectorallocated Rs 96 crore to benefit 150,000 weavers Infrastructure debt funds tobe encouraged Regulator to be appointed for road projects; 3,000 km of roadprojects to be awarded in first six months of 2013-14 Incentive allowance of15 percent over and above permitted depreciation to those investing overRs.100 crore in infrastructure projects Seven new cities identified along Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Preliminary work begun on Bangalore-MumbaiIndustrial corridor Foodgrain production during 2013-13 estimated at 250million tonnes Rs 500 crore allocated for promoting crop diversification Rs 200crore allocated for promoting nutrient-rich crops Rs 50 crore allocated forfarmer-producer organisations National Livestock Mission to be launched withallocation of Rs 307 crore Rs 10,000 crore allocated for initial expenditure onimplementation Human resource development ministry to get Rs 65,867 croreRs 13,250 crore allocated for midday meals scheme Rs 17,700 croreallocated for Integrated Child Development Scheme Drinking water andsanitation ministry allocated Rs 15,260 crore Allocation of rural developmentministry allocation raised by 46 percent to Rs 80,294 crore; Rs 33,000 crorefor rural jobs scheme Budget expenditure for 2013-14 at Rs 16 lakh 65,297crore; plan expenditure at Rs 5 lakh 55,224 crore Rs 41,000 crore forScheduled Caste plan Rs 97,000 crore for womens development Rs 110crore for department of disabilities Rs 37,330 crore for health ministry No
    • revision of personal income tax slabs; relief in first bracket through tax creditof Rs 2,000 for earnings up to Rs 5 lakh Ten percent surcharge on incomeexceeding Rs 1 crore a year; only 42,800 people have declared such incomeTax Administrative Reforms Commission to be set up Collective responsibilityto ensure dignity and safety of women; recent incidents have cast a darkshadow; stand in solidarity with our girl children and women; will keep themsafe and secur Defence allocated Rs 2 lakh 3,672 crore Cities to beencouraged to promote waste to energy projects Low interest funds to beprovided for promoting clean energy Rs 800 crore provided to promoting windenergy Two new ports to be set up in West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh toadd 100 million tonnes handling capacity Gas handling terminal at Dabhol inMaharashtra to be fully operational during 2013-14 State governments urgedto sign restructuring plans with electricity discoms Tax-free infrastructurebonds of Rs 50,000 crore to be issued Textile ministry allocated Rs 50 crorefor establishing apparel parks Handloom sector allocated Rs 96 crore tobenefit 150,000 weavers Infrastructure debt funds to be encouragedRegulator to be appointed for road projects; 3,000 km of road projects to beawarded in first six months of 2013-14 Incentive allowance of 15 percent overand above permitted depreciation to those investing over Rs 100 crore ininfrastructure projects Rajiv Gandhi Equity Scheme to be liberalised Sevennew cities identified along Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Preliminary workbegun on Bangalore-Mumbai Industrial corridor Foodgrain production during2013-13 estimated at 250 million tonnes Rs 500 crore allocated for promotingcrop diversification Rs 200 crore allocated for promoting nutrient-rich crops Rs50 crore allocated for farmer-producer organisations National LivestockMission to be launched with allocation of Rs.307 crore Rs 10,000 croreallocated for initial expenditure on implementation Human resourcedevelopment ministry to get Rs 65,867 crore Rs 13,250 crore allocated formidday meals scheme Rs 17,700 crore allocated for Integrated ChildDevelopment Scheme Drinking water and sanitation ministry allocated Rs15,260 crore Allocation of rural development ministry allocation raised by 46percent to Rs 80,294 crore; Rs 33,000 crore for rural jobs scheme Budgetexpenditure for 2013-14 at Rs 16 lakh 65,297 crore; plan expenditure at Rs 5lakh 55,224 crore Rs 41,000 crore for Scheduled Caste plan Rs 97,000 crorefor womens development Rs 110 crore for department of disabilities
    • Rs37,330 crore for health ministry OneIndia News (with IANS inputRead more at: