Karnataka Budget 2022-23 Pdf Download In Kannada & English

Karnataka Budget 2022-23 Pdf Download In Kannada & English | Highlights | Date | Amount – Karnataka Budget Will be presented By CM Yedurappa . This Will be His Seventh Budget Presentation And He Also Hold Finance Ministry . The budget will be presented on March 5 and over six legislations are expected to be introduced in the Assembly session. Karnataka Budget is Annual Financial Statement of A State . Many Candidates Who Applied or Going to Apply For Karnataka State government Job Are Waiting For Karnataka Budget 2021. Every year Many questions Are Asked In Government Exams From Budget . In this Post We Will Share Official Document and highlights of the Budget .

Karnataka Budget 2022-23 Pdf Download In Kannada & English

Karnataka Budget 2022-23 Pdf Download In Kannada & English

State  Karnataka
Document  Budget
Year  2022-23
Chief Minister  Yedurappa
Finance Minister  Yedurappa
Format  Pdf
Medium English And Kannada
Presentation  March 4
Download Link  Budget  

Karnataka Budget 2022-23 Highlights

  • Total Budet outlay: Rs.2,65,720 crore.
  • Revenue In expenditure Rs.2,04,587 crore.
  • Capital expenditure Rs.46,955 crore.
  • Repayment – Rs.14,179 crore.
  • Agriculture and Allied Activities – Rs 33,700 crore.
  • Welfare and Inclusive Growth – Rs.68,479 crore.
  • To boost economic growth rs 55,657 crore.
  • Comprehensive development of Bengaluru rs 8,409 crore.
  • Conservation of culture, heritage and natural resources – Rs 3,102 crore.
  • Administrative reforms and public service delivery – Rs.56,170 crore.
  • Allocation of grants for women’s empowerment and welfare in the budget is Rs.43,188 crore.
  • Allocation of grants for child welfare in (Gender Budget) Budget – Rs 40,944 crore.
  • (Children’s Budget) Allocation of Grant of Rs.28,234 crore for SCSP/TSP. There is an increase of Rs 2,229 crore over the previous year.
  • ₹1,000 crore for improvement of 100 primary health care centres.
  • ₹750 crore for Dr BR Ambedkar Hostels
  • ₹165 crore for Kanakadas Hostel.
  • ₹100 crore for furniture in government high schools and PU colleges. ₹500 crore for infrastructure development in government schools in the state.
  • ₹100 crore for furniture in government high schools and PU colleges. ₹500 crore for infrastructure development in government schools in the state.
  • A fund of ₹1,000 crore has been allocated for completion of Mekedatu project.
  • The housing department has been allocated ₹3,594 crore.
  • ₹1000cr for Mekedatu project.
  • Bengaluru to get New 438 “Namma Clinics” similar to Delhi’s mohalla clinics.
  • 350 acre Atal Bihari Vajpayee park near Yelahanka in Bengaluru.
  • CM: Service sector grew 9.2% & GSDP growth expected at 9.5%.
  • Gst transfer allocation has been increased by the Centre from around Rs 3,000 crore to Rs 27,000 crore due to increase in GST revenue.
  • 300 Women’s Wellness Centre established across the state
  • The number of goshalas increased to 100. 50 crore grant for this purpose
  • 250 crore grant for police home construction project
  • Construction of 100 bedded hospital in 7 taluks of the state
  • Air Ambulance for Emergency Medical Service
  • Construction of new Ayurveda College at Savanur
  • Asha workers’ honorarium increased to 1000
  • New Medical College announced for Chitradurga district
  • 100 new veterinary clinics opened
  • 840 crore to eliminate plastic pollution in coastal water source. Implementation of cost-effective “Blue-Plastic Management Scheme” which is the first in the country.
  • APJ Abdul Kalam Residential School for Muslim Community.
  • ₹500 cr will be set aside for the development of infrastructure at government schools. Government will invest in establishing digital libraries across the state.
  • Free coaching to be provided to students of pursuing entrance examinations like UPSC, SSC, NEET, JEE under ‘Mukhyamantri Vidyarthi Margadarshini’ scheme.
  • Allocation for mid-day meal cooks and helpers to be increased by ₹1,000.
  • New model universities to come up in Chamarajanagar, Bidar, Haveri, Hassan, Kodagu, Koppal and Bagalkot districts.
  • Government will build APJ Abdul Kalam Residential School for Muslim Community.
  • ₹1,000 cr has been allocated to improve 100 primary health care centres in the state. Kidwai Regional Cancer Centre to be built in Belagavi at the cost of ₹50 crore.
  • ₹89 crore will be spent to modernise KR Hospital in Mysuru.
  • ₹1,000 crore given for Ramanagara Rajiv Gandhi University of Medical Sciences campus.
  • A new regional cardiac center to be set up at ₹250 crore to come up in Hubballi.
  • Government to set up 100 hi-tech mobile clinics in places with a high density of construction workers.
  • The bed capacity of ESI hospital to be increased from 50 to 100 in Davanagere and Hubballi
  • Beyond Bengaluru Cluster Seed Fund for Start-ups’ will be established in Mysuru, Mangaluru and Hubballi at a cost of Rs 20 crore. A grant of Rs 12 crore will be provided for this project this year.
  • New airports and upgradation of existing airports in the state
  • Greenfield airport at Raichur at a cost of Rs.186 crore, proposal for airports at Dharwad and Koppal with funds from district mineral fund, and extension of runway in Mysore
  • The heliport will be constructed at Madikeri, Chikkamagalur and Hampi at a cost of Rs 30 crore.
  • Rs 300 crore for roads damaged during the rainy season.1,000 lakes to be developed at a cost of Rs 10 lakh per lake 2,275 km of state highways to be developed at a cost of Rs 3,500 crore Re-asphalting of1,008 state highways at a cost of Rs 440 crore.
  • Karnataka state governmentto submit the proposal to centre for a 55 km Gadag-Yelagavi new rail line at a cost of Rs 640 crore

Renewable Energy Park : 

  • Government Of Karnataka to set up 5,000 MW capacity hybrid renewable energy park in 8 districts under PPP model.

Mega Jewellery Park :

  • Mega Jewellery Park’ will be established in Bengaluru to generate employment for 10,000 people Announced In Budget 2022-23.

Special Investment Region :

  • Karnataka Special Investment Region Act will be formulated By State Government to establish, operate and control mega industrial regions and to establish mega industrial estates.
  • Tumakuru and Dharwad districts to be notified as Special Investment Region


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