The Indian Finance Ministry has already started its preparations for the plans for the fund requirements to the nodal Ministries. They have asked the ministries to concentrate on the medium of generation of revenue which is non-taxable, like interest receipts and dividends.. The ministry has released a Budget circular that consists of the
The financial advisers are on their heels to prepare the trends of the Budget and Expenditure along with the Non-Tax Revenue for the year 2018-19. This will play an important role in finalizing the Budget allocation, as per the business news India. The same is expected to be submitted to the Finance Ministry along with the tentative Budget Estimates.
The Finance Ministry has also asked for the draft paragraphs soon to include the same in Budget Speech. The pre-budget meetings will be held to discuss the fund requirements for the current financial year and the upcoming year. The Expenditure Secretary will lead the meeting.
The Finance ministry confirms that they will communicate the final revised Estimates and Budgets by January 15th. Another benchmark while allocating resources will be NITI Aayog three-year action Plan. The Budget will be heard in Parliament by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on February 1, as per .
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India Consensus has already worked with many leaders in education, health, gender, and infrastructure. They always aim to introduce the best new policies in all the states of the nation. The researchers took health as the major topic due to the rise in diseases like Tuberculosis and related mortality. Skill development is also treated imperative for India. The researchers believe that spending on developing the skill set will lead to a higher return on investment.
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