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BIHAR APPROPRIATION (VOTE ON ACCOUNT) NO. 2 ACT 2005

Ministry of Law and Justice


  • Schedules
  • Bihar Appropriation (Vote on Account) No. 2 Act 2005

Section 1. Short title

This Act may be called the Bihar Appropriation (Vote on Account) No. 2 Act, 2005.

Section 2. Withdrawal of Rs. 19572,79,28,000 out of the Consolidated Fund of the State of Bihar for the Financial Year 2005-06

From and out of the Consolidated Fund of the State of Bihar there may be withdrawn sums not exceeding those specified in column 3 of the Schedule amounting in the aggregate [inclusive of the sums specified in column 3 of the Schedule to the Bihar Appropriation (Vote on Account) Act, 2005] to the sum of nineteen thousand five hundred and seventy-two crores, seventy-nine lakhs, twenty-eight thousand rupees towards defraying the several charges which will come in course of payment during the financial year 2005-06 in respect of the services specified in column 2 of the Schedule.

Section 3. Appropriation

The sums authorised to be withdrawn from and out of the Consolidated Fund of the State of Bihar by this Act shall be appropriated for the services and purposes expressed in the Schedule in relation to the said year.

Schedules

First Schedule

THE SCHEDULE

(See Sections 2 and 3)

1

2

3

No. of Vote/ Appr- opri- ation

Sums not exceeding

Services and purposes

Voted by Parliament

Charged on the Consol- idated Fund

Total

Rs.

Rs.

Rs.

1

Agriculture Department ....................................

Revenue

182,69,76,000

182,69,76,000

2

Animal Husbandary Department.....................

Revenue

69,83,45,000

69,83,45,000

3

Building Construction Department....................

Revenue

80,84,42,000

80,84,42,000

Capital

98,18,53,000

98,18,53,000

4

Cabinet Secretariat and Coordination

Department....................

Revenue

5,54,23,000

5,54,23,000

Charged.-- Secretariat of the Governor............

Revenue

1,91,46,000

1,91,46,000

6

Election.........................

Revenue

113,88,45,000

113,88,45,000

7

Vigilance.......................

Revenue

5,84,02,000

5,84,02,000

8

Civil Aviation Department....................

Revenue

3,78,88,000

3,78,88,000

Capital

75,00,000

75,00,000

9

Co-operative Department...................

Revenue

31,19,88,000

31,19,88,000

Capital

9,35,49,000

9,35,49,000

10

Energy Department..........

Revenue

10,76,43,000

10,76,43,000

Capital

1050,54,43,000

1050,54,43,000

11

Excise and Prohibition Department....................

Revenue

13,61,47,000

13,61,47,000

12

Finance Department....................

Revenue

222,78,04,000

222,78,04,000

Capital

8,33,33,000

8,33,33,000

Charged.--Interest Payment........................

Revenue

2982,55, -46,000

2982,55,46,000

Charged.--Repayment of Loans............................

Capital

2374,61,- 11,000

2374,61,11,000

15

Pension..........................

Revenue

2059,14,80,000

1,48,32,000

2060,63,12,000

16

National Savings..........................

Revenue

2,05,35,000

2,05,35,000

17

Finance (Commercial Tax) Department.....................

Revenue

22,74,48,000

22,74,48,000

Capital

3,75,00,000

3,75,00,000

18

Food, Supply and Commerce Department.....................

Revenue

55,34,83,000

55,34,83,000

19

Forest and Environment Department.....................

Revenue

43,75,90,000

43,75,90,000

Capital

60,00,000

60,00,000

20

Health, Medical Education and Family

Welfare Department......................

Revenue

701,25,67,000

701,25,67,000

Capital

17,00,80,000

17,00,80,000

21

Higher Education Department......................

Revenue

507,91,38,000

507,91,38,000

22

Home Department......................

Revenue

968,16,77,000

968,16,77,000

Capital

56,66,68,000

56,66,68,000

23

Industries Department......................

Revenue

26,53,70,000

26,53,70,000

Capital

8,80,37,000

8,80,37,000

24

Information and Public Relation Department.......................

Revenue

9,95,61,000

9,95,61,000

25

Institutional Finance and Programme

Implementation Department.......................

Revenue

1,70,44,000

1,70,44,000

26

Labour, Employment and Training Department

Revenue

137,47,48,000

137,47,48,000

27

Law Department................

Revenue

139,64,62,000

139,64,62,000

Charged.--High Court of Bihar...............................

Revenue

21.21,43,000

21,21,43,000

29

Mines and Geology Department......................

Revenue

6,37,74,000

6,37,74,000

30

Minorities Welfare Department......................

Revenue

1,90,02,000

1,90,02,000

Capital

7,43,09,000

7,43,09,000

31

Parliamentary Affair s Department......................

Revenue

52,33,000

52,33,000

32

Legislature.......................

Revenue

28,39,18,000

11,85,000

28,51,03,000

33

Personnel and Administrative Reforms

Department......................

Revenue

13,32,85,000

13,32,85,000

Capital

12,33,34,000

12,33,34,000

Charged --Bihar Public Service Commission ......................

Revenue

4,17,17,000

4,17,17,000

35

Planning and Development Department......................

Revenue

213,36,24,000

213,36,24,000

36

Public Health Engineering Department......................

Revenue

109,57,89,000

109,57,89,000

Capital

185,99,35,000

185,99,35,000

37

Rajbhasa Department......................

Revenue

11,78,18,00.0

11,78,18,000

38

Registration Department......................

Revenue

20,64,70,000

20,64,70,000

Capital

41,33,000

41,33,000

39

Disaster Management Department.......................

Revenue

114,97,28,000

114,97,28;000

40

Revenue and Land Reforms Department......................

Revenue

197,58,16,000

197,58,16,000

Capital

2,38,12,000

2,38,12,000

41

Road Construction Department.......................

Revenue-

210,68,96,000

210,68,96,000

Capital

443,59,16,000

443,59,16,000

42

Rural Development Department........................

Revenue

861,90,70,000

861,90,70,000

Capital

408,28,42,000

408,28,42,000

43

Science and Technology Department.......................

Revenue

17,18,62,000

17,18,62,000

Capital

82,50,000

82,50,000

44

Secondary, Primary and Adult Education

Department........................

Revenue

2819,90,91,000

2819,90,91,000

Capital

2,48,53,000

2,48,53,000

45

Sugarcane Department.......................

Revenue

9,72,99,000

9,72,99,000

Capital

4,23,000

4,23,000

46

Tout ism Department.......................

Revenue

2,85,20,000

2,85,20,000

Capital

4,68,75,000

4,68,75,000

47

Transport Department.......................

Revenue

6,88,00,000

6,88,00,000

Capital

7,50,000

7,50,000

48

Urban Development Department.....................

Revenue

148,44,68,000

148,44,68,000

Capital

10,59,03,000

10,59,03,000

49

Water Resources Department.......................

Revenue

211,69,97,000

211,69,97,000

Capital

596,09,34,000

596,09,34,000

50

Minor Irrigation Department.......................

Revenue

216,60,30,000

216,60,30,000

Capital

53,23,38,000

53,23,38,000

51

Welfare Department.......................

Revenue

544,27,88,000

544,27,88,000

Capital

39,64,000

39,64,000

52

Youth, Art and Culture Department......................

Revenue

17,91,05,000

17,91,05,000

Capital

83,25,000

83,25,000

Total.

14186,72,48,000

5386,06,- 80,000

19572,79,28,000