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    aajakokhabar
    Sunday 29th of May

    Kathmandu, May 29: The estimated income and expenditure (budget) for the fiscal year 2016-17 has set aside the largest amount to the education sector.

               

    Finance Minister Bishnu Prasad Poudel presented the budget for the fiscal year 2016-17 in the meeting of the Legislature-Parliament today.

               

    The budgetary outlay for the education sector is Rs 116 billion 360 million 649 thousand.

               

    The budgetary allocation to other ministries and government bodies is as follows:

     

    S. No.  Ministries/bodies       Amount          

    1.         Head of the State       Rs 321,650,000           

    2          President        Rs 286,117,000           

    3          Vice President            Rs 35,433,000 

    4          Legislature-Parliament          Rs 1,420,556,000        

    5          Courts Rs 4,144,594,000        

    6          Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA)      Rs 1,111,796,000        

    7          Office of the Auditor General            Rs 521,889,000           

    8          Public Service Commission   Rs 588,651,000           

    9          Election Commission Rs 591,524,000           

    10        National Human Rights Commission            Rs 167,696,000           

    11        Office of the Attorney General          Rs 759,198,000           

    12        Judicial Council          Rs 51,439,000 

    13        Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers        Rs 89,740,948,000      

    14        Finance Ministry        Rs 11,495,020,000      

    15        Ministry of Supplies   Rs 915,157,000           

    16        Ministry of Industry   Rs 7,055,667,000        

    17        Ministry of Energy      Rs 13,200,727,000      

    18        Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs  Rs 214,357,000           

    19        Ministry of Agricultural Development          Rs 27,438,261,000      

    20        Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation  Rs 22,074,380,000      

    21        Home Ministry            Rs 44,398,131,000      

    22        Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation       Rs 5,912,978,000        

    23        Ministry of Foreign Affairs     Rs 5,642,971,000        

    24        Ministry of Livestock Development   Rs 8,465,561,000        

    25        Ministry of Forest and Soil Conservation     Rs 13,772,196,000      

    26        Ministry of Commerce           Rs 1,339,385,000        

    27        Ministry of Population and Environment     Rs 8,333,972,000        

    28        Ministry of Science and Technology Rs 854,238,000           

    29        Ministry of Land Reform and Management Rs 5,815,100,000        

    30        Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport Management   Rs 79,186,848,000      

    31.       Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare    Rs 2,220,655,000

    32.       Ministry of Youth and Sports            Rs 2,400,428,000

    33.       Ministry of Defense   Rs 26,018,005,000

    34.       Ministry of Urban Development       Rs 23,505,237,000

    35.       Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction          Rs 3,136,446,000

    36.       Ministry of Education            Rs 116,360,649,000

    37.       Ministry of Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation    Rs 1,679,066,000

    38.       Ministry of General Administration  Rs 957,843,000

    39.       Ministry of Irrigation  Rs 24,462,105,000

    40.       Ministry of Information and Communications         Rs 4,141,724,000

    41.       Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development            Rs 116,737,908,000

    42.       Ministry of Health      Rs 40,563,027,000

    43.       Ministry of Labour and Employment            Rs 1,075,732,000

    44        National Planning Commission Secretariat Rs 1,104,485,000

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