During 3-year tenure, NDA spends twice more than UPA in print, electronic advertising: RTI
The average daily advertising spend of the NDA government in print and electronic media over the last three years is a little over double that of the previous UPA government’s two terms, an RTI inquiry revealed.
The NDA government spent Rs 3,214.7 crore on print and electronic advertisement in the last three years, incurring Rs 3.21 crore in daily expenses. The erstwhile UPA regime spent a total of Rs 2658.24 crore in 10 years on publicity, the daily average being Rs 1.45 crore.
Per capita expenditure on health in India $58 in 2012: Government
2011-2016 by the office of Registrar General of India and public health expenditure estimates, the per capita public expenditure on health for 2014-15 (RE) and 2015-16 (BE) has been estimated to be Rs 1117.65 and Rs 1202.26 respectively as compared to Rs 906.21 in 2013-14 (actual).
Union budget 2017: Education outlay increases 9.9% to Rs79,685.95 crore
From focusing on learning assessment in schools and revamping higher education regulator University Grants Commission (UGC) to allow more autonomy to setting up of a national testing agency to conduct higher education entrance exams and freeing nodal education bodies from tedious administrative work, Jaitley touched the pain points in the country’s ever expanding education sector.
Overall, the Union Budget 2017-18 has pegged an outlay of Rs79,685.95 crore for the education sector for financial year 2017-18, up from Rs72,394 crore in 2016-17—a 9.9% rise. Of the total outlay, Rs46,356.25 is for the school sector and the rest for higher education.
We have Nearly 250 million students across over 1.4 million schools
463,56,25,00,000 is the budget of school level education
The result is ~ Rs. 185 per year
Total enrolment in higher education has been estimated to be 34.6 million with 18.6 million boys and 16 million girls. Girls constitute 46.2% of the total enrolment as per report of MHRD
3,33,29,70,00,000 is the budget for Higher education
The result is ~ Rs.963 per year