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Tuesday, 02 February, 2021, 11 : 15 AM [IST]

Outlay for Culture Ministry hiked by 21.53% in FY21

The Union Minister of Finance has announced an outlay of INR 2,687.99 crore for FY22 as against the outlay of INR 2,211.85 crore in 2020-21.

This outlay includes provisions for 2 attached offices, 6 Subordinate offices, 34 Central Autonomous Bodies and schemes of the Ministry during the FY2021-22. The annual outlay in FY 2021-22 is 21.53% higher than the revised annual outlay in FY 2020-21.

Out of the total outlay for annual budget, INR 1,042.62 crore has been allocated to the Archaeological Survey of India. In FY22, Ministry has kept INR 455.20 crore for Kala Sanskriti Vikas Yojana, Development of Museums, International Co-operation and Centenary and Anniversary Celebration Scheme of Ministry. Under various schemes, a sum of INR 102.87 crore has been allocated i.e. under North Eastern Region (INR 45.52 crore), Tribal Sub Plan (INR 37.78 crore ) and Schedule Caste Sub Plan (INR 19.57 crore).

The PM Museum of India which is going to be inaugurated in next financial year has been allocated INR 77.78 crore. As India is going to celebrate 75th Anniversary of Freedom & 125th Birth Anniversary of Subhash Chandra Bose, the budget of Centenary and Anniversary Celebration scheme has been enhanced by 38.5% and INR 144.64 crore  has been allocated.

The Ministry has allocated INR 883.12 crore  as compared to INR 709.58 crore  in the previous year, to the Central Autonomous Bodies which include Akademis, Museums, Libraries and other cultural institutions across India. 

 
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