The Annual Plan outlay for Kerala has been pegged at Rs 16,187 crore for fiscal 2012-13. This will be 32% higher than the revised outlay for 2011-12. The state plan schemes outlay is fixed at Rs 14,010 crore while centrally sponsored schemes outlay is pegged at Rs 2,177 crore. Higher allocations have been made in this year’s Plan giving priority to agriculture, hill area development and backward- minority welfare.
The Jammu and Kashmir (&JK) state government has worked out its Annual plan proposals based on a total outlay of Rs 7,300 crore for the financial year 2012-13.
The Andhra Pradesh state plan outlay for 2012-13, the 1st year of the 12th Five Year Plan, has been pegged at Rs 48935 crore - an increase of 14% over previous year’s outlay. The Planning Commission had approved the 2011-12 Plan at Rs 43,000.00 crore. However, the spending in 2011-12 fell short of Budgeted amount by almost 9%. The shortfall is largely accounted by lower spending on irrigation & flood control outlay and economic services. The revised estimate puts the outlay for 2011-12 at Rs 39,157 crore. Thus, the outlay for 2012-13 compared to the revised estimates for 2011-12 show a sharp increase of 25%.
The Odisha State Annual Plan outlay for 2012-13 has been fixed at Rs 17,200 crore, which includes an outlay of Rs 15,200 crore for the government sector and Rs 2,000 crore for the State PSUs. Prafulla Chandra Ghadai, State Finance Minister, Odisha while presenting the State budget for FY 13 on 24 February anticipated revenue receipts for 2012-13 at Rs 43,833 crore, including own tax and non-tax revenue of Rs 20,810.28 crore. Infrastructure spending is pegged at Rs 6,095 crore on sectors like roads, housing, rural development and energy.
Paschimbanga’s ( formerly West Bengal ) Annual Plan outlay for 2012-13 has been pegged at Rs 23,371 crore, 11.6% higher than that of last year.
Indian housing sector accounts for more than 50% of the entire cement consumption. Consumption have shown moderate year-on-year growth during the past decade along with a a boom in residential, commercial, and office real-estate segments. Going ahead, the industry is well poised to tap the huge potential lying urban housing and the untapped rural markets.
The size of the Annual plan for 2012-13 for Tamil Nadu has been increased to Rs 28,000 crore as against the Plan size of Rs 23,535 crore in 2011-12. The Plan has made sufficient allocations for priority sectors to ensure that the Adi-Dravidar and Tribal communities get their due share. For the Twelfth Five Year Plan, the earlier target of Rs 185,000 crore for plan is raised to an ambitious outlay of Rs 200,000 crore as against Rs 85,344 crore in the Eleventh Five Year Plan.
The Maharashtra State Budget presented on 26 March has proposed the size of the Annual Plan for 2012-13 at Rs 45,000 crore, implying an increase of 7% over the plan size for FY 12. About 10.2% has been earmarked for the Special Component Plan and another 8.9% has been set aside for Tribal Sub Plan. The size of the 12th Five Year Plan is tentatively pegged at Rs 275,000 crore.
Over 6.1 crore houses for residential and commercial use were added in the last decade. According to the population census house listing, new residential houses formed the major chunk of the addition. The other kind of houses that mushroomed quickly, were for teaching and hospitality purposes.
Continuing with its extensive emphasis on infrastructure development, the 2012-13 Karnataka State Budget has encompassed general infrastructure too, apart from sector-specific infrastructure like schools, hostels, hospitals among other things.