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Kerala Budget 2011 Highlights


Kerala Budget 2011 Highlights has a few important announcements made by Finance minister Thomas Issac during his budget presentation. Salient features of Kerala Budget 2011 is highlighted in this post.

Kerala Budget 2011 Highlights


Kerala Budget 2011 was presented by Finance Minister Thomas Issac on Feb 11, 2011. I have included salient features of this budget in this post.

Highlights


1. Sabarimala Development – Rs.100 cr.
2. Cable TV subscriptions to cost less
3. Pooja materials will cost less
4. Nylon plastic coir will cost less
5. Pooja materials sold in the neighborhood of places of worship will be tax free
6. Rs. 5 cr to KTDC hotels in Alappuzha and Kozhikode
7. Bala Sahitya Institute to receive Rs. 1 cr.
8. Family court in Irinjalkkuda
9. Two liquor testing labs will be established
10. KSFE branches will be set up in Metro cities.
11. Health insurance for pensioners.
12. Rs. 182 cr. for Kozhikode urban development
13. Shivagiri convention centre to get Rs. 1 cr.
14. Rs. 1cr to Registration department for computerization.
15. Rs. 5 cr to resolve traffic bottleneck in Kochi city
16. Police to receive Rs. 32 cr.
17. Rs. 5 cr to Kochi bus terminal
18. Healthcare sector to receive 252 cr.
19. 100 cr to Kudumbasree
20. Co-operative medical colleges to receive 10 cr
21. 10.5 cr for capital city development project
22. 100 cr to KSRTC
23. KSEB meter rent abolished
24. 10 new ITIs
25. Medical college junior doctors' stipend increased to Rs. 23,000
26. Kochi KINFRA park to have an exhibition centre at the cost of 400 cr
27. 1 cr to set up TV Thomas memorial co-operative hospital in Alappuzha
28. 6 cr for special buses to girl students
29. New courses in 50 colleges
30. 220 cr for Kasargode central university
31. Universities to receive 10 cr for promoting Malayalam language
32. Kalamandalam to get 6 cr
33. Ernakulam district to get 202 cr
34. 15 cr to Malappuram press club
35. Journalists' pension increased to Rs. 4,000
36. Multiplex theatres exempted from tax for the first 5 years
37. 25 cr to Regional Cancer Centre
38. 120 cr for the renovation of National Games Stadiums
39. 12 cr to Sports Council
40. 25 lakhs to Mercykuttan Academy
41. 94 cr to National waterway development
42. 10 new forest stations
43. 2296 earmarked for higher education sector
44. 30 cr to veterinary, medical central universities
45. 45 cr to Agricultural University
46. Cochin university to receive 12 cr
47. Bio farming 5 cr
48. Coconut farming 30 cr
49. 100 cr more to Haritha Nidhi
50. Cell phones to all employees of forest department
51. Al-Barak interest-free banking will start operations
52. Unmarried women aged 40 and above will receive pension
53. 142 cr package to Thrissur district
54. Procurement price of paddy Rs 14
55. 80 cr to Fisheries sector
56. 770 cr to women's welfare
57. 20 cr relief to endosulfan victims
58. Coir sector to get 82 cr
59. Women police will be deployed on trains during night
60. Public urinals for women
61. Converted Christian students to get benefits on a par with SC students
62. 156 cr to Kochi Metro
63. Special gratuity scheme for Dinesh Beedi workers
64. Fishermen assistance Rs. 366
65. 5 cr for Kochi-Coimbatore industrial corridor
66. 9 cr to Khadi industry
67. 100 cr to rein in inflation
68. Handicapped pension increased to Rs 400
69. Maithri home loans will be written off
70. 1 cr welfare fund for barbers
71. Handloom, cashew sectors to get 52 cr
72. Local bodies to get 528 cr for road development
73. Government will provide free clothing to schools where handloom clothing is used as uniform
74. 6 cr for the treatment of children with deadly diseases
75. Ration dealers commission enhanced
76. Welfare schemes for nurses and workers of private hospitals
77. 50 cr to Consumer Fed
78. 75 cr subsidy to Civil Supply Corp
79. 10 cr to the welfare fund of NRIs
80. 2 cr assistance to children with hearing disabilities for surgery
81. 10 cr to Alappuzha master plan
82. Kodungallur town museum to get 5 cr
83. 40 cr to Ayankali urban employment guaranty scheme
84. Treatment assistance to children with heart, kidney diseases
85. 1920 cr earmarked for the development of 10 State roads
86. National highway development - 25 cr for compensation
87. 3000 ration outlets to be Civil Supply corp franchisees
88. 102 cr for land acquisitions for IT parks
89. 20 cr for modernization of Seetharam Mill
90. 105 cr to Tourism sector
91. Rs. 10,000 insurance to every new born baby
92. Welfare pension raised from Rs. 300 to Rs. 400
93. State's contribution to Anganvaadi teachers raised to Rs. 1000
94. 40 lakh households will be recognized as BPL
95. National knowledge centre at Perumbavoor
96. 50 cr for the modernization of Keltron
97. Perumbavoor Travancore Rayons will be modernized
98. Minerals' Research Institute at KMML Campus
99. Vizhinjam project will be completed in 2 stages- 150 cr for first stage
100. Malabar Spinning and Weaving Mill will set up new unit at an outlay of 15 cr
101. 15 cr for land acquisition for Kannur Airport
102. 12 cr for gas pipeline project
103. 141 cr for 12 hydroelectric projects
104. South – North Highway survey will be conducted
105. Kannur airport will be completed in 2 years
106. 160 cr for Thankassery port development
107. 761 cr for Ponnani port development
108. Kozhikode airport to get 25 cr
109. 250 cr Thiruvananthapuram package
110. 40,000 cr will be mobilized from interest-free institutions
111. 2 new state roads
112. 1000 cr Bypass package will be implemented


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