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Presentation on Annual Plan 2012-13 and Five Year Plan 2012-17

Planning Department, Government of Maharashtra
29th May, 2012
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Structure of Presentation
Title State Economy State Public Finance Annual Plan 2012-13 Agriculture & Allied Services Irrigation MG-NREGA Power Roads/ Rural Roads Railway, Ports & Airports Industry Textile Housing Health, Women & Child Development Water Supply & Sanitation Education Regional Imbalance Human Development Index Urban Infrastructure Strategy for XII FYP & Expectations from Planning Commission Slide No. 3-7 8-12 13-16 17-19 20 21 22-26 27-28 29-31 32-34 35 36-37 38-39 40 41-42 43 44 45-47 48-51 2

State Economy

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5 10. lakh crore) 14 13 12 11 10 GSDP 9 8 7 6 5 4 12.GSDP (Rs.1 7.4 At current prices 8.5 6.9 6.7 13.4 8.8 6.1 At constant prices 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 * 2011-12 $ 2012-13 *Advance estimates $ Projected 4 .7 7.7 5.7 8.

6 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 * * Advance estimates Link Link 5 .3 9.3 8.2 11.9 GDP 2.5 6.3 11.4 6.4 GSDP 8.GSDP & GDP : Growth rates (XI FYP) 12 10 8 Per cent 6 4 2 0 9.7 8.

) Per capita State Income (2011-12) 1.Per Capita Income : Maharashtra & Selected States 120000 100000 80000 60000 40000 20000 0 Haryana Maharashtra Tamil Nadu Karnataka Punjab * Gujarat Kerala Andhra Pradesh West Bengal 60.01.831 31.972 49.206 (Rs.314 Per capita State Income (2006-07) Per capita National Income (2011-12) Per capita National Income (2006-07) * (2010-11) Link 6 .

864 60. Maharashtra’s share in GDP was 15% .725 (Per cent) Share in GDP (2011-12) 7.115 1.058 55.0 8.0 8.3 7.2 6.0 Andhra Pradesh Gujarat* Haryana Karnataka Kerala Maharashtra Punjab Tamil Nadu West Bengal GDP * 2010-11 8. Share in GDP : Maharahshtra & Selected States State Growth Rate (XI FYP) 8.5 Link 7 Note : In 2006-07.0 Per capita income (Rs.493 83.01.6 9.227 69.540 75.4 5.3 7.5 3.4 3.3 9.9 8.171 84.) (2011-12) 71.8 7.09.7 4.314 78.972 15.1 8.Growth Rates.6 6.9 1.

State Public Finance 8 .

2 18.9 Total Own Tax Revenue 15.3 XI Plan 16.2 16.1 21.7 22.9 13.1 Graph 9 .2 8.8 14.0 13.OWN TAX REVENUE : Growth Rates (X & XI FYP) (Per cent) Particulars Sales Tax Stamps & Registration Fees State Excise Duty Electricity Duty Tax on Vehicles X Plan 15.1 Link 16.

Taxation Measures ¾ Rationalisation of stamp duties ¾ Special provision for part payment in appeals ¾ Provision for tax collection at source for evasion prone items ¾ System for online verification of Input Tax Credit is planned ¾ VAT on LPG. Bidis ¾ Motor vehicle tax (Diesel Passenger vehicles) increased 10 .

Revenue Expenditure : Composition (XI FYP) Others 30% Salary & Wages 35% Others 30% Salary & Wages 37% Subsidies 8% Interest Payments 20% Pension 7% Subsidies 9% Interest Payments 14% Pension 10% 2007-08 2011-12 (RE) 11 .

0 (2.State’s Debt Stock Year GSDP (at current prices) (2) 8.53.C.48.5) 13.1) 19.447 2.3 (26.6) 18.5) Interest Payments (5) 14.1 14.8 (25. * Advance estimates Graph Link Link 12 .5) Note : Figures in brackets indicate Consolidated Fiscal Reforms Path as recommended by 13th F.6 1.866 10.327 Debt stock Debt stock to GSDP (%) (4) 20.311 13.43.9 (27.590 17.523 13.0 (26.453* 2.1) 18.28.268 2.8 (Rs.8) 1.6) (1) 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 (RE) 2012-13 (BE) (3) 1.097 12.648 Interest Payments to Revenue Receipts (%) (6) 17.7 (2.03.8 1.67.085 18.68.8 (2.838 15.7 (2.81. crore) Fiscal deficit to GSDP (%) (8) 3.

Annual Plan 2012-13 13 .

063 353 5.19.695 2.089 47.258 1.228 45. crore) Sector Agriculture and Allied Services Rural Development Irrigation and Flood Control Energy Industry and Minerals Transport Social and Community Services Other Programmes Total XII FYP Proposed Annual Plan 2012-13 21.917 9.614 3.75.Sectorwise XII FYP and Annual Plan 2012-13 (Proposed) (Rs.700 19.504 7.580 2.575 20.855 1.000 Link Link 14 .000 Link 3.406 3.990 20.175 33.

425 (44%) 50. crore) Source of Funds State’s Own Resources State’s Borrowings Central Assistance Total XII FYP 1.260 (38%) 1.21.315 (18%) 2.247 (18%) 45.Financing of XII FYP & Annual Plan 2012-13 (Proposed) (Rs.03.000 AP 2012-13 14.000 15 .75.651 (50%) 8.102 (32%) 22.

12.0 11.Growth Targets Proposed for XII FYP (Per cent) Sector National Target (Planning Commission) State Target (As presented to NDC) Revised State Targets 4.9.0 12.2 Link 16 .12.5 Agriculture Industry Services Total 4.0 11.0 11.0 .0 .0 10.0 9.0 11.0 11.0 .5 5.0 10.

Sectoral Issues

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Agriculture : Area, Production & Yield of Major Crops (XI FYP)
Crop Item Area (lakh ha.) Production (lakh MT) Yield (kg./ha.) Area (lakh ha.) Pulses Production (lakh MT) Yield (kg./ha.) Area (lakh ha.) Foodgrains Production Link (lakh MT) Yield Yield (kg./ha.) 2007-08 91.3 124.6 1,366 40.6 30.2 745 131.8 154.9 1,175 2008-09 83.3 95.2 1,144 30.9 16.6 537 114.2 111.9 980 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 87.4 102.2 1,170 33.8 23.7 702 121.1 125.9 1,040 89.9 123.2 1,371 40.4 31.0 767 130.3 154.2 1,184 74.8 96.9 1,296 31.6 21.2 672 106.4 118.1 1,110 Link Requirement * . 131.90 . . 12.32 . . 144.22 .
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Cereals

Source : Commissionerate of Agriculture, GoM * - Based on estimates of NSS 66 th round and 2011 population

ADF
FYP Year Milk (lakh MT) Target Achievement 62.51 Eggs (crore) Target Achievement 329 Meat (lakh MT) Target Achievement 2.19

2002-03 X 2006-07

62.35

329

2.20

69.76

69.78

367

340

2.51

2.43

2007-08 XI 2011-12*
* Expected Source: ADF, GoM

72.97 84.50

72.10 84.34

347 436

346 430

2.50 5.75

5.25 5.70

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0 30.4 26.3 8.2011 Utilised during 2010-11 Source : Water Resources Dept.0 10.Created and Utilised (Lakh Ha.6.5 63.Irrigation Potential . GoM Link Link 20 .0 40.0 60.5 4.7 19.5 11.0 0.) 70.0 20.6 28..0 Total Major Medium Minor 35.7 Created up to 30.0 50.

3 46.6 45.7 117 2010-11 346 6.837 2. GOM 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 189 4.4 38.6 33.1 17.9 41 22.479 6.5 47 23.2 46.9 179 2011-12 1.9 39 18.) Source – EGS & Water Conservation Dept. crore) Number of works completed Person (Employment) Days (crore) Average Employment per household (days) Share of SCs in Employment ( per cent) Share of STs in Employment ( per cent) Share of women in Employment ( per cent) Cost of generating one day of employment (Rs.0 25.2 112 321 5.2 46 16.7 46 25.MGNREGA : Performance (XI FYP) Particulars Total Expenditure incurred (Rs.979 1.587 7.0 102 362 5.928 3.2 33.0 244 21 .778 1.5 44..5 40.

175 * As on 31.242 (57%) 3.175 Type Thermal Hydro Non-conventional Other Sources Total Installed Capacity * 14.Power : Installed Capacity (MW) Particulars State Central Private Total Installed Capacity * 10.365 (25%) 8.909 (15%) 25.246 (41%) 6.2012 Link Link 22 .3.456 (14%) 3.568 (14%) 3.554 (34%) 25.

Power : Average Demand & Supply (MSEDCL) 13500 13000 12500 12000 11500 11000 10500 10000 9500 9000 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 9435 10060 10663 11776 12304 12433 13175 Demand (MW) 11687 Availability (MW) 2011-12 Coal MOU FSA Gas 23 .

(day) Link 24 . (night) or 8 hrs.Power : Load Shedding Scenario ¾ Greater Mumbai : No load shedding ¾ Rest of Maharashtra : No load shedding in • • • • • • Industrial feeders Waterworks IT Parks Utilities on express feeder In 94 out of 142 divisions having DCL below 34% ¾ Rest of Maharashtra : Agriculture Assured 3 phase supply to pumps in rotation either o o 10 hrs.

GoM 24.3 21.Power : Losses (XI FYP) (Per cent) Item 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 (up to Dec.8 97..6 17.4 31.6 29.5 98.9 96.3 4.0 19.1 22.7 28.9 26.0 25.3 4.0 4.5 25 .6 4.5 Distribution losses Transmission losses Total T&D losses Collection efficiency AT&C losses Source: Energy Dept.6 25.0 20.) 15.6 19.9 4.6 98.2 99.6 22.

500 MW 2.000 1.000 2.627 1.500 1.227 MW 3.000 500 500 0 0 2007 2007 2012 2012 26 .000 1.500 3.Power : Non-Conventional Energy (XI FYP) 3.627MW 2.500 3.500 2.227 1.000 3.000 1.500 3.

55 400 2.94 149 (As on 31st March.) per 100 sq.) 2. km.96 0.50 1.15 58 0.Roads : Road Length in Selected States State Area (lakh sq.08 0.24 55 2. 2011) 27 Andhra Pradesh Gujarat Haryana Karnataka Kerala Maharashtra Punjab Tamil Nadu Source : Indian Infra Roads & Bridges Directory and Year Book 2011 .km.) 2.03 74 1.37 77 0.75 1.30 Road Length Road Length (lakh km.44 1.10 110 1.55 109 1.92 0. area (km.39 3.

208 Completed 1.507 4. GoM Sanctioned 1. 2012) .941 3.057 4.) Region Konkan Pune Nashik Aurangabad Amravati Nagpur Total Source : RDD.700 4.872 28 (Upto 31st Mar.Roads : Rural Connectivity (PMGSY) Road length (km.667 4.332 4.944 2.670 2.996 4.361 4.569 23..336 Balance 160 339 275 274 55 769 1.800 21.

900 928 876 (50%) 116 (50%) 150 (50%) 950 (50%) 464 (50%) Total 7.718 29 .605 State Contribution (Rs.Railways : Projects with State Contribution Project name Estimated cost (Rs.039 1. crore) 1. crore) Projects Sanctioned Ahmednagar-Beed-Parli Vaijnath Wardha-Nanded-Yavatmal-Pusad Approvals awaited from GoI Manmad-Indore-Malegaon-ShirpurShendna Wadsa Desaiganj-Gadchiroli Manikgarh-Nanded-Adilabad Pune-Nashik Karad-Chiplun 520 (50%) 642 (40%) 1.751 232 300 1.755 3.

Vijaydurg & Redi ¾ Proposed investment of Rs. ¾ Cargo handling : 20 MTPA to 170 MTPA by 2020. Share & Transfer (BOOST)” basis ¾ Agreements signed : ƒ Ratnagiri District . already invested Rs.Rewas-Aware & Dighi ƒ Sindhudurg District .Ports ¾ Revised Port Policy declared in 2010 ¾ Development on “Build. 3.200 crore.Dhamankhol-Jaigad & Angre ƒ Raigad District . Own.500 crore. 30 . Operate.14.

494 409 66 375 373 278 96 383 347 15.) 7.825 Link 31 International Nagpur Rajgurunagar (Pune) Domestic Amravati Phaltan (Satara) Chandrapur Dhule Gadchiroli Karad (Satara) Boramani (Solapur) Shirdi (Ahmednagar) Total .574 5.395 Projected Expenditure (2012-17) 3.699 351 33 188 187 139 96 334 269 7. crore) Airport (District) Total Project Cost (Land+Const.530 2.Airports : Fund Requirement (XII FYP) (Rs.

000 employment generation) Link 32 .4% ¾ Industrial output – 16.324 (75% in backward talukas) with Rs. 17.Industry : State’s Contribution ¾ FDI since 2000 – 33. 1.7 lakh crore investment & 3 lakh employment generation ¾ SEZs – 63 notified (24 operational with Rs.8% ¾ MSME output – Rs.830 crore investment & 86.7% ¾ Employment – 12. 2.1 lakh crore ¾ Mega projects approved .

DIPP website 33 .Industry : FDI in Selected States (XI FYP) (US$ Million) 14000 12000 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0 06-07 07-08 08-09 Gujarat Tamil Nadu Maharashtra 09-10 10-11 11-12 Andhra Pradesh Maharashtra Karnataka Source: “FDI Statistics. ." February 2012.

Industry : IEMs Signed in Selected States 2010 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 Gujarat Karnataka Maharashtra Tamil Nadu Andhra Pradesh 86 86 56 50 19 22 27 28 87 2011 120 Source: "SIA Statistics. DIPP website Link Link 34 ." February 2012.

000 crore with 11 lakh employment generation expected ¾ Programmes under the policy linked to restructured TUF Scheme ¾ Restructured TUF Scheme should continue in the XII Five Year Plan – without any change 35 Vidarbha. 40. .Textiles ¾ 2nd largest producer of cotton (about 70 lakh bales) ¾ Mainly produced in backward regions of Marathwada & North Maharashtra ¾ Only 20% of produce processed in the State ¾ New Textile Policy recently announced ¾ Investment of Rs.

345 BSUP (62 DPRs) IHSDP (128 DPRs) Total 6.68.241 2.121 36 .891 Project Cost (Rs.Housing : JNNURM Sub-Mission Approved Dwelling Units (DUs) 1. crore) Expenditur e incurred (Rs.788 71.668 2.4.223 1. crore) DUs completed as on 30.557 16.797 324 3.672 8.2012 54.913 2.52.16.

05.15.25.052 1.23.15.55.063 Houses Completed 1.241 1.58.51.53.027 1.653 1.Housing : Indira Awas Yojana Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Target 1.945 2.879 1.862 1.185 Percentage to the target 108 98 92 102 101 37 .869 2.13.

4+ National Rank 3 3 3 5 3 NFHS-III (2005-06) @ Family welfare Statistics in India.8 24.1 24.Health : Indicators Item IMR (2010) MMR (2007-09) TFR (2009) Institutional Deliveries ( 2009) Malnutrition of Children (03 years) Anaemia among women (15-49 years) * Source .9* 81.3 Present status 28* 104* 1. 2011 Link 38 .9@ 41.6+ 48.RGI + Unit Per thousand live births Per lakh live births Children / woman Per cent Per cent Per cent Target for XI FYP 17 50 2.

9 84.5 2012 39 Source : Women & Child Development Deptt.. GoM .Health : Normal Children (No Malnutrition) (Per cent) 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 43.

500 crore is requested. 40 .Water Supply & Sanitation ¾ Financial support requested for bulk & retail water meters ¾ Integrated Low Cost Sanitation Scheme may be reintroduced in XII FYP ¾ For cleaner environment in rural & urban areas Rs.

9 8.2 2011-12 107.Education : Enrollment upto Junior College (12th Std.3 56.3 56.6 43.) Type Enrollment 2010-11 Primary Secondary Higher secondary Junior college 106.0 42.3 8.2 (Lakh) Link Link 41 .

69 9.02 0.10 25.Education : Enrollment in Higher & Technical Stream Enrollment 2010-11 General Education Technical Education Medical Education Veterinary and Fishery Science Agriculture Total 17.17 0.11 27.89 2011-12 (Lakh) 17.84 7.77 0.08 42 .17 0.09 0.02 0.

686 (6 districts) Link Link 43 .331 (11 districts) Above Per capita National income but below per capita State income (18 districts) More than per capita State Income 87.Per Capita Income : Districts (2010-11) (Rs.) Nandurbar 52923 Dhule 58575 Amravati 63270 Akola 58627 Washim 52075 Hingoli 49470 Parbhani 50716 Beed 52177 Pune 127176 Osmanabad 48887 Latur 81557 Nanded 44978 Wardha 61391 Yavatmal 63469 Nagpur BhandaraGondiya 96458 50042 57094 Jalgaon 68900 Buldana 45699 Aurangabad 84295 Nashik 84982 Chandrapur 67641 Gadchiroli 43058 Thane 125562 Mumbai (Suburban) 141138 Mumbai Jalna 50262 Ahmadnagar 71054 Raigad 96468 District Income Ratnagiri 66921 Satara 67134 Sangli 71196 Kolhapur 84095 Sindhudurg 69552 Solapur 70465 Less than per capita National Income 53.

492 0.605 0.368 0.422 0.543 0.387 2011 0.466 0.570 0. 2011 2001 0.501 0.677 0.552 0.790 0.527 0.473 0.432 0.501 0.Human Development Index State Andhra Pradesh Gujarat Haryana Karnataka Kerala Maharashtra Punjab Tamil Nadu West Bengal India Source: IHDR.480 0.572 0.519 0.467 44 .

JNNURM Sr. No.134 UIDSSMT 1 2 3 4 5 Number of urban agglomerations where Projects are approved Number of Projects Approved Total Approved Cost (Rs. crore) 5 92 2.Urban Development . Particulars UIG+ Bus+ eGovernance 5 94 12. crore) Government of India share committed (Rs.760 2.851 Link Link 45 .208 1.366 5.493 4. crore) Government of India Share released to PIA (Rs.

28 projects completed.JNNURM ¾ Upto 2011-12.Urban Development . 105 projects halfway through ¾ Remaining projects to be completed in 2 years ¾ JNNURM may be continued 46 .

500 crore) should be treated as National Projects & should receive separate targeted support – both financial & policy level.300 crore) Mumbai Coastal Road (Rs. 14.Development of Mumbai ¾ Development of Mumbai as an IFC should be a specific goal under the XII FYP. 9. 9.000 crore) Navi Mumbai Airport (Rs.000 crore) Dhamanganga-Pinjal River Linking Project (Rs.600 crore) Vasai-Alibag Multi Modal Corridor (Rs. 6. considering its importance in the context of national economy ¾ Projects like • • • • • MTHL (Rs. 3. from GoI 47 .

2.75.Rs.000 crore ¾ Sectors which will contribute to higher GSDP – • Water Conservation • Completion of irrigation projects • Manufacturing • Port. Rail & Air connectivity • Quality urban infrastructure for growth of industry & service sector 48 .Strategy for XII FYP ¾ Proposed outlay .

Strategy for XII FYP (contd. marketing & export ¾ Transformation of Mumbai Metropolitan Region into world class urban agglomerate ¾ Special window for mega cities to upgrade transport..) ¾ Rainfed ‘Agriculture & Allied Sector’ • Interventions to protect dry land farming • Consistent & predictable policy regime for pricing.. housing & environment infrastructure ¾ Inclusion of Pune & Nagpur region in mega cities infrastructure development 49 .

2 for upgradation of rural roads 50 .We expect…. ¾ Financial support for dry land farming ¾ Timely release of AIBP funds ¾ Central participation (or increased participation) in • • • • Rail projects Civil aviation projects Non-major port connectivity State sponsored Rajiv Gandhi Jeevandayee Yojana ¾ PMGSY .

We expect…… ¾ JNNURM – 2 for other cities & semi-urban towns ¾ Low cost sanitation scheme in Total Sanitation Campaign for rural & urban areas ¾ Continuation of TUF for textile sector ¾ Increased central share in Indira Awas Yojana ¾ Introduction of ‘National Projects for Mega Cities’ ¾ ‘Green Bonus’ for forest areas 51 .

Thank You 52 .

We welcome the Chief Minister of Maharashtra and his delegation to the Annual Plan 2012-13 Discussions 29 May 2012 Government of India. Planning Commission .

DEMOGRAPHIC INDICATORS Overall Sex Ratio (2011) Maternal Mortality Ratio (2007-09) Neonatal Mortality Rate (2010) Infant Mortality Rate (2010) Child Mortality Rate (U5MR) (2010) Female Male Sex Ratio at Birth (2008-10) Child Sex Ratio (0-6 years) 2011 2001 Lowest Child Sex Ratio (2011) Steepest fall in CSR (2001-2011) Maharashtra 925 104 22 28 33 35 31 895 883 913 801 (Bid) 93 (Bid) India 940 212 33 47 59 64 55 905 914 927 774 Jhajhar 210 Pulwama .

2001 Child Sex Ratio in Age Group 0-6 years 2011 3 Our Census. Our Future .

2 .Action Points .

Child Sex Ratio Trends .Maharashtra .

8 million children under 6 years (2011) in Maharashtra – 6.steepest after J&K (82). Dadra NH (55 ) and Lakshadweep (51) • – – – Reduction in Child Sex Ratio in 31 districts By 50-99 points: 7 districts By 30-50 points: 10 districts By 9-30 points: 13 districts Rural: 880 • Child Sex Ratio (2011) Urban : 888 • Increase in Sex Ratio at Birth in Maharashtra From 879 in 2004-06 to 895 in 2008-10 (SRS 2010) .2011) • Fall in child sex ratio by 30 points.8 m are boys – Only 6 m are girls • Child Sex Ratio falls from 913 to 883 (2001.Child Sex Ratio (0-6 yrs) -Maharashtra • 12.

Child Sex Ratio 2001-2011: Maharashtra Districts .

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