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Different types of capital expenditure (in Hindi)
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Chapter 18 part-3

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  1. Daily Lecture Series Ramesh Singh's nar unacademy Indian Economy Public Financein India By Aartee Mishra Hindis


  2. I am Aartee Mishra Graduated from Delhi University, Topper in all my semesters, Pursuing P.G and preparing for CSE. 2 Years of teaching experience of General Studies for competitive examination Have been teaching on Unacademy Plus


  3. Capital Expenditure All the areas which get capital from the government are part of the capital expenditure. It includes so many heads in India (i) Loan Disbursals by the Government The loans forwarded by the government might be internal (i.e., to the states, UTs, PSUs, Fls, etc.) or external (i.e., to foreign countries, foreign banks, purchase of foreign bonds, loans to IMF and WB, etc.) .(ii) Loan Repayments by the Government Again loan payments might be internal as well as external. This consists of only the capital part of the loan repayment as the element of interest on loans are shown as a part of the revenue expenditure. . (i) Plan Expenditure of the Government This consists of all the expenditures incurred by the government to finance the planned development of India as well as the central government financial supports to the states for their plan requirements.


  4. Capital Expenditure . (iv) Capital Expenditures on Defence by the Government This consists of all kinds of capital expenses to maintain the defence forces, the equipment purchased for them as well as the modernisation expenditures. It should be kept in mind that defence is a non-plan expenditure which has capital as well as revenue expenditures in its maintenance. The revenue part of expenditure in the defence is counted in the revenue expenditures by the government. (v) General Services These also need huge capital expenditure by the government-the railways, postal department, water supply, education, rural extension, etc


  5. 9UNACADEMY PLUS Concepts of Indian Economy with developments Post-Independence By Aartee Mishra


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