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Indian New Union Budget 2020 - 21: EximGuru.com


India New Budget 2020-21

Budget Highlights (Key Features)[English]
Key to Budget[English]
Budget Speech[Englishd]
Budget at a Glance[English]
Annual Financial Statement[English
Finance Bill[English
Memorandum[English
Receipt Budget[English
Expenditure Budget[English
The Macro Economic Framework Statement[English] 
The Medium Term Fiscal Policy Statement[English] 
Output Outcome Framework for Schemes 2020-21[English]
Customs TariffNotification No. 01/2020-Customs
Notification No. 02/2020-Customs
Notification No. 03/2020-Customs
Notification No. 04/2020-Customs
Notification No. 05/2020-Customs
Notification No. 06/2020-Customs
Notification No. 07/2020-Customs
Notification No. 08/2020-Customs
Notification No. 09/2020-Customs
Notification No. 10/2020-Customs
Notification No. 11/2020-Customs
Notification No. 12/2020-Customs
Notification No. 03/2020-Customs (Anti Dumping Duty)
Notification No. 09/2020-Customs (Non-Tariff)
Notification No. 10/2020-Customs (Non-Tariff)
Notification No. 01/2020-Customs (Safeguard)
Explanatory NotesExplanatory Note
1. Govt will help 20 lakh farmers for setting up solar pumps
2. Farm market needs to be liberalized.
3. Expand PM Kusum scheme to 20 lakh farmer
4. Will help 15 lakh farmers to set up solar sets.
5. Krishi udan scheme for agri exports.
6. Zero Budget farming focus of the government.
7. Viability gap funding for setting up warehouses
8. Agri credit target raised to Rs 15 lakh crore from Rs 12 lakh crore.
9. This is the Budget to boost income and purchasing power of Indians, says Sitharaman
10. This Budget is woven around three prominent themes: Aspirational India; Economic Development for All; A Caring Society
11. India uplifted 271 million people out of poverty
12. Will help 15 lakh farmers to set up solar sets.
13. Krishi udan scheme for agri exports.
14. Zero Budget farming focus of the government.
15. Viability gap funding to be provided for setting up warehouses.
16. Rs 2.83 lakh crore allocated to agriculture and irrigation
17. Rs 1.23 for Rural development and Panchayti Raj
18. Agri credit target raised to Rs 15 lakh crore from Rs 12 lakh crore.
19. Milk processing capacity to be doubled to 108 tonne from 53 tonne.
20. Nabard refinance schemes to be e ..
21. 3.6 lakh crore allocated to water sanitation.
22. Rs 12,300 crore for Swachh Bharat.
23. Proliferation of technologies such as analytics, machine learning, Artifial Intelligence, bioinformatics and number of people in productive age group at its highest, point out two cross-cutting developments.
24. Sitharaman cites a peom -- Pyara Watan.
25. Budget aims to meet hopes and aspirations of all the sections of the society.
26. Rs 99,300 crore allocated for education sector, Rs 3,000 crore rupees for skill development
27. Urban local bodies to provide internships for young engineers for a period of up to one year.
28. External commercial borrowings and FDI to be leveraged to improve the education system.
29. A medical college to be attached to a district hospital in PPP mode, viability gap funding to be set up for setting up such medical colleges.
30. US-like SAT exam to be held in African
31. Rs 69,000 crore allocated to healthcare sector.
32. Indradhanush immunization plan expanded to cover 12 new diseases,.
33. Viability gap funding window to be set up to cover hospitals, with priority given to aspirational districts that don't have hospitals empanelled under Ayushman Bharat. 
34. Setting up of large solar power capacity
35. More Tejas-like trains for tourists.
36. Four stations will be redevelopment with the help of PPP model.
37. Launches Rs 186, 00 crore worth Bengaluru suburban transport project; 20% equity will be provided be the Centre
38. Rs 22,000 crore to power and renewable energy 
39. Govt proposes Rs 3.6 lakh crore towards piped water supply to households
40. Allocation for Swachh Bharat for 2020-21 stands at Rs 12,300 crore
41. A Harvard in India? Rs 1 lakh cr push for education
42. Govt intends to eliminate Foot and Mouth Disease
43. Opportunities for young engineers: Internship with urban local bodies
44. Govt propose National Police University and National Forensic University
45. With the largest working population, govt takes steps to ensure education for all
46. Rs 1,480 cr for National Textile Mission
47. National Logistics Policy to make MSMEs more competitive
48. Five new smart cities to be developed
49. More of your phones and electronics may be Made in India soon
50. Policy soon to enable private sector to build data center parks
51. Announces Rs 20,000 crore for the renewable energy sector
52. Delhi-Mumbai Expressway to be ready in 3 years
53. 100 more airports to be developed by 2025.
54. An allocation of Rs 8,000 crore for National Mission on Quantum Computing and Technology
 55. Govt proposes discoms replace conventional meters with smart pre-paid meters
56. Rs 6000 crore boost for internet connectivity
57. Enhance allocation of Rs 9500 crores for senior citizens and 'Divyang
58. 5 archaeological sites to be developed with on-site museums
59. 5 archaeological sites to be developed with on-site museums
1. Rakhigarhi, Haryana.
     2. Hastinapur, Uttar Pradesh.
     3. Sivasagar, Assam.
     4. Dholavira, Gujarat.
     5. Adichanallur, Tamil Nadu
60. Nirmala Sitharaman has a Rs 4,400 cr solution to fix Delhi's pollution
61. Rs 2,500 crore to boost tourism
62. Govt to set up national recruitment agency for recruitment of non-gazetted posts
63. Govt to set up national recruitment agency for recruitment of non-gazetted posts
64. Govt proposes Rs 53,700 cr for welfare of schedule tribes
65. Gas stocks jump as FM proposes to extend gas grid by 11,000 km
66. Allocation of Rs 30,757 crores for 2020-21 for Jammu and Kashmir and Rs 5,958 crores for Ladakh65. Insurance cover increased to Rs 5 lakh per depositor
67. FY21 fiscal deficit target pegged at 3.5% of GDP
68. Government to sell part holding in LIC
69. Universal pension coverage to have auto-enrolment
70. Nominal GDP growth for FY21 revised to 10%
71. Lowest in the world: Corporate tax for existing companies slashed to 22%
72. People with income of Rs 5 lakhs to Rs 7.5 lakhs will have to pay 10% tax
73. Income between Rs 7.5 lakh to 10 lakh will pay taxes of 15%
74. Income between Rs 10 lakh to 12.5 lakh will pay taxes of 20%
75. Income tax rates will be significantly reduced for those who forego reliefs, exemptions
76. New simplified personal income tax regime
Those earning up to Rs 5 lakhs are exempt from paying taxes10% tax for everyone earning Rs 5-7.5 lakh against the current 20%15% tax for everyone earning Rs 7.5- 10 lakhs against current 20%20% tax for everyone earning Rs 10-12.5 lakhs against current 30%25% tax for everyone earning Rs 12.5-15 lakhs against the current 30%Those earning more than Rs 15 lakhs get no exemptions
77. With DDT scrapping, govt lets go of Rs 25,000 crore revenue
78. FM makes housing more affordable, gives tax holiday to affordable housing developers
79. Tax on Co-op societies to be reduced to 22% plus surcharge, as against current 30%
80. Govt proposes deferment of tax payment by employees on ESOPs from startups by 5 years
81. Tax on Co-op societies to be reduced to 22% plus surcharge, as against current 30%
82. To boost Housing for all! Additional Rs 1.5 lakh tax benefit on affordable housing loans
83. Govt to launch system for instant allotment of PAN on basis of Aadhaar




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