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    • Rajasthan Economy RESEARCH TEAM research@inc.in +91-95820-19595 Indian National Congress
    • Economy • State economy has performed reasonably well in the Eleventh Five Year Plan with actual growth rate at 7.2% in Agriculture & Allied sector and 8.9% in Service sector • The percentage population below poverty line in the state (24.8%) was lower than the national average (29.8) during 2009-10 • Average Annual Growth Rate: 8.46% during the 11 th Plan period • The year 2010-11 (P) saw a growth of 15.3 per cent Source: Government Of Rajasthan and Planning Commission
    • Economy GSDP (Rs. Crore) 250000 200000 214698 174556 186245 160017 150000 100000 50000 0 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Source: Government Of Rajasthan and Planning Commission 2010-11
    • Economy GSDP at constant prices 2004-05 20 15.28 15 10 5 7.18 5.56 5.59 4.02 8.16 8.14 6.52 8.88 8.42 11.67 11.22 10.18 8.39 4.95 3.93 9.09 8.17 6.78 5.85 10 8.84 6.53 Rajasthan 2.85 Gujarat Haryana 0 1998-99 2000-01 -2.01 2002-03 2004-05 -1.85 2006-07 -5 -4.89 -10 -9.9 -15 Source: Government Of Rajasthan and Planning Commission 2008-09 2010-11 Punjab
    • Economy Growth in Revenue (%age increase) Year Tax Revenue Non Tax Revenue 2007-08 14.36 18.17 2008-09 12.57 -4.08 2009-10 9.84 17.22 2010-11 26.46 38.08 2011-12 22.25 45.77 Source: Government Of Rajasthan and Planning Commission
    • The State has done exceedingly well in fiscal control. Reducing fiscal deficit to below 1% Year Revenue Deficit/Surplus (Crore Rs.) Fiscal Deficit (% of GSDP) Borrowings (% of GSDP) 2007-08 1652.98 1.75 39.59 2008-09 -826.75 3.02 36.38 2009-10 -4747.18 3.87 34.4 2010-11 1054.86 1.21 29.0 2011-12 3357.45 0.87 25.6 Source: Government Of Rajasthan and Planning Commission
    • Rajasthan Education RESEARCH TEAM research@inc.in +91-95820-19595 Indian National Congress
    • Education • There are 9 deemed universities and 20 universities in Rajasthan • There are over 1032 colleges, 51525 primary schools, 11606 secondary schools and 6010 senior secondary schools • State government is aggressively pursuing a policy to achieve the goal of universalisation of elementary education. It has spent over 4.6% SDP on education • The Congress Government has more than doubled investment in Education Source: Government Of Rajasthan
    • Education – growth in Education Budget Expenditure on Education (Rs. Million) 139950.7 140000 122,508 120000 104551.2 92,122 100000 76528.4 80000 60000 40000 49,173 54231.5 46519.9 36348.9 34309.8 30919.9 39,501 33,105 32,428 27,732 21470.9 20000 0 Source: Government Of Rajasthan
    • Initiatives in Education • Congress built Secondary Schools at every Gram Panchayat Head Quarter, ensuring access to education for every child • 1000 new primary schools • Recruitment of 20,000 third grade teachers and creation of additional 42,500 posts of teacher assistants • Cycles for all girls passing VIII class • Transport Voucher Scheme for girl students of rural area • De-worming for all elementary school children • Libraries in 10,000 Primary schools • New Technical University in Bikaner • 15 new Government Colleges with priority to Girls’ Colleges • IIIT in Kota under PPP Source: Government Of Rajasthan
    • Rajasthan Flagship Programmes RESEARCH TEAM research@inc.in +91-95820-19595 Indian National Congress
    • Mukhyamantri Anna Suraksha Yojana • Anna Suraksha Yojana – Reforming PDS. Commitment to provide foodgrain security to BPL families – 25kg of wheat at Rs. 2/kg • Launched by the State Government from 10.05.2010 – 25 kg wheat per month is provided to BPL families @ Rs. 2 per kg (Rs. 1 per kg from 2013‐14). – BPL Families can take fortified flour with iron, folic acid an d vitamin B12 @ Rs. 3.60 per kg in place of wheat. – 10 kg fortified flour per month is also being provided to APL families @ Rs. 8.10/8.60 per kg (Rs. 5/kg from 2013‐1 4) • Total beneficiaries 38.8 lakhs Source: Government Of Rajasthan
    • Mukhyamantri Nishulk Dawa Yojana • The most popular scheme of the Congress Government • Patients going to Government hospitals are provided with essential medicines and necessary surgical items for free. • Started from October 2, 2011. • 600 most commonly used essential drugs provided throug h 16,907 Government Drug Distribution Centres. • Rajasthan Medical Services Corporation has been establish ed to look after the purchase, distribution and to monitor t he quality of drugs. • From the start, over 90 crore persons have benefitted, and just last year 52.5 crores persons benefitted. Source: Government Of Rajasthan
    • Mukhyamantri Gramin BPL Aawas Yojana • Started from June 2011, 6.80 lakh dwelling units under this scheme and 3.20 lakh dwelling units under IAY would are to be constructed by 201314 • Financial assistance of Rs. 50000 (Rs. 70000 from 2013-14) is provided to the BPL families to construct a house. • An additional grant of Rs. 9,000 is also provided to construct toilets with each house. • Houses sanctioned since inception are 6,02,418, and completed units are 2,31,954 Source: Government Of Rajasthan
    • Mukhyamantri Shahri BPL Aawas Yojana • Launched from August 30, 2012. • Target to construct 5 lakh houses for urban BPL families during the next five years. • Financial assistance of Rs. 50000 (Rs. 70000 from 2013-14) is provided for construction of houses. • Administrative Sanctions Issued for 111052 houses Source: Government Of Rajasthan
    • Mukhyamantri BPL Jeevan Raksha Kosh Yojana • Launched from January 01, 2009, this scheme is for BPL families including State BPL, Disabled, Old Age and Widow Pensioners, HIV, Thalassemia & Hemophelia Patients, Astha Card Holders, Sahariya & Kathaudi tribes, beneficiaries of Annapurna Yojan, Nav Jeevan Yojana and Antyodaya Anna Yojana • It gives Free medical check‐up and treatment • Free indoor and outdoor facilities are being provided at all Gover nment medical institutions and health centres. • APL persons with less than 1 lakh annual income also covered • Indoor patients treated till now are 12.51 lakhs and outdoor patients treated are 135.46 lakhs Source: Government Of Rajasthan
    • Flagship Programmes • Life Saving Fund Scheme – a total of 124.34 lakh patients (both OPD & IPD) were given free medical treatment facility at Rs. 129.31 cr • Rajasthan Guaranteed Delivery of Public Services Act 2011 – Makes available services for day to day works of people in a set time frame • There is a guarantee for getting 153 services relating to the day to day works of the public and welfare schemes available. Source: Government Of Rajasthan
    • Flagship Programmes • The Rajasthan Right to Hearing Act 2012 – made it compulsory to hear public complaints and problems within 15 days • CM’s Free Live Stock Medicine Scheme – provides the necessary medicines mostly used for treatment of livestock at government veterinaries Source: Government Of Rajasthan
    • Flagship Programmes • Interest Waiver Scheme on Repayment of Loans on Time – the state government will pay subsidy worth Rs. 200 cr this year of making with Rs. 1 lakh worth of short term crop loans of cooperative banks interest-free after taking a historic decision of waiver of interest on repayment loans on time. • 25 lakh farmers will be eligible. State government has sanctioned Rs 48cr against the interest subsidy of Rs. 100 cr Source: Government Of Rajasthan
    • Rajasthan Janani Shishu Suraksha Yojana • It was launched in 2011 in all 33 districts to bring maternal and child mortality rates in the State • Under this scheme there is free transport facility to pregnant women and sick infants • Private ambulances, taxies and other vehicles and 400 janani express vehicles to provide transport facilities from the remote villages to the hospitals • Launched in all the 33 districts on 12 September 2011 to bring down maternal and child mortality rate in the State Source: Government Of Rajasthan
    • Rajasthan Janani Shishu Suraksha Yojana • Achievements : – Pathological tests – since Inception : 10.45 lakhs – Institutional deliveries – since Inception : 11.20 lakhs – Home to Hospital cases since Inception : 7.88 lakhs – Hospital to Home cases since Inception : 8.7 lakhs Source: Government Of Rajasthan
    • Flagship Programmes • Mukhyamantri Uchcha Shiksha Chhatrvatti Yojana: Launched in 2012-13 to support the first 1 lakh brilliant students of Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan who are from economically weaker families • Scholarship of 500 per month will be provided to the students to encourage them to pursue higher education Source: Government Of Rajasthan
    • Flagship Programmes • Rajiv Gandhi Digital Vidhyarthi Yojana: Launch in 2012-13. • Laptops are provided to first 10,000 students of 10th and 12th class on the basis of merit in their exams • First rank holders of Class 8th of all 35,819 Government upper primary and higher schools. • Tablet-PC will be given to 2nd and 11th ranking holders of class 8 from 2013-14 Source: Government Of Rajasthan
    • Flagship Programmes • Mukhyamantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana: 3 lakh unemployed youth will be trained per annum in various skill sectors through short terms vocational skill courses. • Trainings to be conducted through Skill Development Centres (SDCs) selected by RSLDC. • 667 centres are being established Source: Government Of Rajasthan
    • Flagship Programmes • Rajasthan Garmin Sadak Vikas Yojana: Launched in 2012-13 to connect the unconnected villages having population between 250 to 499 by road • 663 villages have already been connected • Project to connect 1854 villages is underway • 500 villages with less than 250 population to be covered in 2013-14 with an expenditure of Rs. 585 crore Source: Government Of Rajasthan
    • Rajasthan Infrastructure & Transport RESEARCH TEAM research@inc.in +91-95820-19595 Indian National Congress
    • Infrastructure • The total road length in the State is expected to be 1,92,551 km as on 31st March, 2013. • During the year 2012-13, about 1,903 km Black Top (BT) Roads have been constructed upto December, 2012 under different projects. • Connecting 500 villages having population between 100-250 and 1854 villages having population between 250 and 499. • Formation of Special Road Construction Fund for construction of rural roads, missing links, damaged roads, roads connecting to religious places etc. • Strengthening and renewal of 6000 km rural roads.
    • Infrastructure – one of the best networks Road length Per one lakh of population (kms) 165 Haryana 259 Gujarat 272 Madhya Pradesh 304 Punjab 352 Rajasthan 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400
    • Infrastructure • Mega road Projects : – Jaipur-Bhilwara (State Highway) – Chomu-Mahela (under PPP) • Construction of 29 RUBs and 16 ROBs in addition to 40 RUBs/ROBs in progress.
    • Infrastructure Total Road Length (in kms) 300,000 241,318 250,000 197,293 200,000 156,188 150,000 50,000 93,965 84,193 100,000 41,729 0 Haryana Punjab Gujarat Madhya Pradesh Rajasthan Chhattisgarh
    • Infrastructure Comparison of road length and National highways in Rajasthan and neighbouring states, 2011 figures. States Rajasthan Total Road Total Length of National Length (in kms) Highways (in kms) 2,41,318 5,585 41,729 1,518 Gujarat 1,56,188 3,245 Madhya Pradesh 1,97,293 5,027 Haryana
    • Infrastructure Air Connectivity 2011 5.7 6 5 5 3.9 4 3 % of Total Population 2.3 2.1 1.9 2 1 0 % of Total Flights 0.5 0 Haryana Punjab Rajasthan Gujarat