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Budget in Parliament
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This lesson covers all the six stages of enactment of Budget in Parliament.

Prasanna Naidu
Law Grad | Blogger & YouTuber @ BuddingLawyers | Interested in Legal tech, Entrepreneurship, Judicial Reforms |

Unacademy user
can I take math as optional? if I have genuine intrest in math I find paper 1 is easy but paper 2 is difficult. I completed ode except laplace analytical geometry , vector calculus, matrix and some part of calculus recently i complete 1st part of graduation please suggest me
Sameer Sd
10 months ago
Definitely take maths. You’ll be able to prepare for paper 2. It’s not impossible, just difficult.
Pankaj kumar
10 months ago
thank you so much sir.
  1. Presentation of Budget 2 parts Ralway & General Budget Both Same procedure Rail Budget LS-Rail Minister Gen Budget LS Finance Minister FM-budget speech - RS- only discuss General Discussion LS- discuss - whole/any qt. of principle No cut motion, no vote Houses adjourned- 3 to 4 weeks 24 dept standing committees examine & discuss in detal the demands for grants of concerned ministers Stages in Enactment (6 stages) Budget-Annual Financial Statement Voting on Demands for Grants Reports submitted both Houses s-voting Meaning estimated receipts & expenditure of Govt. types of expenditure expenditure 'charged upon the Consolidated Fund of India & expenditure 'made from the Consolidated Fund of India d becomes a grant after been duly voted Woting-exclusive privilege - Ls Voting only on votable part of Budget Gen. Budget (103 demands) Rail Budget (32 demands) Each demand voted separately 3 kinds of cut motion- Policy, Economy, Token Charged. . nonvotable-only discussed Budget discuss- cut motion Made can be voted V Last day Speaker all remaining demands- vote Passing of Appropriation BiM Fund except o money withdrawn from appropriation by law Passing of Finance BIW introduced to give effect to financial proposals of Govt. Finance Act completes the process Govt cannot withdraw money unless.