Following is compiled from a report in India Today, a report in Telegraph and a report in Hindu.
- Rs 200 crore one-time grant to IIT-Kharagpur (West Bengal)
- Rs 50 crore for Aligarh Muslim University centre at Murshidabad (West Bengal)
- Rs 20 crore for IIM-Calcutta to set up its Financial Research and Trading Laboratory (West Bengal)
- Rs 10 crore for the Kolkata centre of the Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya (West Bengal)
- Rs 10 crore for the Allahabad centre of the Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya (UP)
- Rs 100 crore one-time grant to Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University at Pookode (Kerala)
- Rs 50 crore for Aligarh Muslim University centre at Malappuram (Kerala)
- Rs.15 crore has been allocated for the Lakshmibai National College of Physical Education (LNCPE) at Karyavattom. (Kerala)
- Rs 20 crore for Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development (Tamil Nadu)
- Rs 10 crore for Madras School of Economics (Tamil Nadu)
- Rs 10 crore for Delhi School of Economics (Delhi)
March 2nd, 2011
The 2011-12 budget is available at http://indiabudget.nic.in/ebmain.asp. The HRD budget page is http://indiabudget.nic.in/ub2011-12/eb/sbe59.pdf. Following is from those pages.
MHRD: Higher Education:
- Total budget for Higher Education: 21912 crores. (2010-11: 18206 crores)
- UGC: Total budget is 8675.66 crores. (2010-11: 7530.19 crores) [Includes the budget of the old and new central universities.]**CUO Koraput**
- Educational Loan interest subsidy: 640 crores (2010-11: 500 crores; this program was introduced in 2010-11.)
- 7 old IITs: 2081.68 crores (2010-11: 1771.71 crores)
- Setting up of 8 new IITs: 500 crores (2010-11: 250 crores)**IIT Bhubaneswar**
- IISc Bangalore: 290.41 crores (2010-11: 267.65 crores)
- ISMU Dhanbad: 138.68 crores (2010-11: 122.47 crores)
- 5 IISERs: 580 crores (2010-11: 450 crores)
- 20 NITs: 1378.58 crores (2010-11: 1292.51 crores)**NIT Rourkela**
- Setting up of new NITs: 40 crores (2010-11: 16.81 crores)
- IIEST: 25 crores
- 7 old IIMs (Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Kolkata, Lucknow, Kozhikode, Indore, Shillong): 148.93 crores (2010-11: 108.8 crores)
- Setting up of new IIMs: 60 crores (2010-11: 13 crores)
- IIITs: Gwalior – 39.38 crores; Allahabad – 52.35 crores; Jabalpur – 40 crores; Kanchipuram – 70 crores.
- New IIITs: 29 crores **IIIT Berhampur ??**
- SLIET: 39.03 crores (2010-11: 27 crores)
- NERIST: 39.66 crores (2010-11: 36.34 crores)
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare:
- Total: 26897 crores (2010-11: 23300 crores)
- Safdarjang Hospital, New Delhi: 345 crores (2010-11: 330.69 crores)
- Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, New Delhi: 283 crores (2010-11: 257.54 crores)
- Central Institute of Psychiatry, Ranchi: 67 crores (2010-11: 52.03 crores)
- All India Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Mumbai: 14.5 crores (2010-11: 11.6 crores)
- Kalawati Saran Children’s Hospital, New Delhi: 56.22 crores (2010-11: 53.91 crores)
- Vallabh Bhai Patel Chest Institute, Delhi University: 33.4 crores (2010-11: 30.72 crores)
- Lady Hardinge Medical College & Smt. Sucheta Kripalani Hospital New Delhi: 194 crores (2010-11: 174.72 crores)
- NIMHANS Bangalore: 166.23 crores (2010-11: 140.46 crores)
- All India Institute of Speech & Hearing, Mysore: 41 crores (2010-11: 34.35 crores)
- PGIMER, Chandigarh: 470 crores (2010-11: 407 crores)
- JIPGMER, Puducherry: 250 crores (2010-11: 266 crores)
- AIIMS New Delhi: 1022.35 crores (2010-11: 985 crores)
- 6 New AIIIMS-like institutions and upgrading of state govt. hospitals: 1616.57 crores (2010-11: 747 crores)**AIIMS-like Bhubaneswar**
Department of Atomic Energy:
- Total: 7602.41 crores (2010-11: 6535.29 crores)
- BARC, Mumbai: 2554 crores (2010-11: 2338.20 crores)
- IGCAR, Kalpakkam: 711.70 crores (2010-11: 454 crores)
- RRCAT, Indore: 248.15 crores (2010-11: 226.25 crores)
- VECC, Kolkata: 155.69 crores (2010-11: 106.54 crores)
- TIFR, Mumbai: 510.38 crores (2010-11: 417.30 crores)
- Tata Memorial Center, Mumbai: 289.78 crores (2010-11: 286.60 crores)
- Saha Institute, Kolkata: 117.05 crores (2010-11: 116.9 crores)
- Institute Of Physics (IOP), Bhubaneswar: 239.6 crores (2010-11: 76.86 crores)
- Harish-Chandra Institute, Allahabad: 25.8 crores (2010-11: 19.74 crores)
- Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai: 28 crores (2010-11: 27.5 crores)
- Institute of Plasma Research, Gandhinagar: 564.48 crores (2010-11: 384.63 crores)
(IOP’s budget used to be around 20-25 crores, close to the budget of HCI Allahabad and IMS Chennai. The substantially higher amount is because it includes the budget of NISER, Bhubaneswar. I wonder why NISER does not have a line item budget.)
Ministry of Statistics and programme Implementation
- Indian Statistical Institute: 141 Crores (2010-11: 131.76 crores)
Ministry of Textiles
- National Institute of Fashion Technology: 167 crores (2010-11: 108 crores) [Several campuses, including one in Bhubaneswar]
Ministry of Environment and Forests
- Indian Institute of Forest Management: 12.5 crores (2010-11: 12.5 crores)
Department of Space
- Vikram Sarabhai Space Center: 686.03 crores (2010-11: 603.05 crores)
- ISRO-Inertial Systems Unit: 39.74 crores (2010-11: 29.63 crores)
- Liquid propulsions systems center: 314.33 crores (2010-11: 271.32 crores)
- Indian Institute of Space Science & Technology: 100 crores (2010-11: 100 crores)
- ISRO Satellite Center (ISAC): 320.69 crores (2010-11: 348.10 crores)
- Laboratory for Electro-Optics System: 42.85 crores (2010-11: 36.71 crores)
- Semi-Conductor Laboratory: 80 crores (2010-11: 58 crores)
- Satish Dhawan Space Center: 434.77 crores (2010-11: 364.41 crores)
- Space Application Center: 420.75 crores (2010-11: 300.86 crores)
- National Remote Sensing Center: 223.80 crores (2010-11: 222.2 crores)
- Physical Research Laboratory: 80.7 crores (2010-11: 47.13 crores)
- National Atmospheric Research Laboratory: 19.34 crores (2010-11: 9.1 crores
Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas
- Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology: 39 crores (2010-11: 36 crores)
Ministry of Chemical and Fertlizers
- NIPER (old and several new ones): 132.31 crores (2010-11: 71.22 crores)
- CIPET: 44.32 crores (2010-11: 74.55 crores) [*Several campuses including one in Bhubaneswar*]
- Institute of Pesticides Formulation Technology: 4 crores (2010-11: 3.19 crores)
Ministry of Agriculture
- National Institute of Biotic Stress Management: 20 crores (new)
- Indian Institute of Agricultural Biotechnology: 30 crores (new)
- Central Agricultural University, Bundelkhand: 30 crores (new)
Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports
- Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development: 10.8 crores (2010-11: 9.9 crores)
- Laxmi Bai National Institute of Physical Education: 24.63 crores (2010-11: 36.63 crores)
- Laxmi Bai National Institute of Physical Education – NE area and Sikkim Initiative: 15 crores (2010-11: 3 crores)
Ministry of Science & Technology
- 23 autonomous S & T institutions and professional bodies: 713 crores (2010-11: 589 crores)
- 14 autonomous Biotechnology R & D institutions: 378.35 crores (2010-11: 330.1 crores) **Institute of Life Sciences, Bhubaneswar**
- 37 CSIR National Laboratories and 38 field centers: 2312.68 crores (2010-11: 2083.84 crores)
- Institute of Translational Research (Innovation Complexes): 10 crores (new) [To be created at strategic locations.]
Ministry of Culture
- National School of Drama: 21.2 crores (2010-11: 21.95 crores)
Ministry of Shipping
- Indian Maritime University: 41 crores (2010-11: 26 crores)
Ministry of Tourism
- Training (22 institutes of Hotel Management; 5 Food Craft Institutes; IITTM; National Institute of Water Sports): 123 crores (2010-11: 109.22 crores)
Department of Information Technology
- National Informatic Centers: 679 crores (2010-11: 628 crores)
- C-DAC: 185.4 crores (2010-11: 163 crores)
Ministry of Corporate Affairs
- Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs: 28 crores (2010-11: 87.36 crores)
Ministry of Commerce
- National Institute of Design: 9.5 crores (2010-11: 11.49 crores)
- National Institute of Intellectual Property Management: 8.4 crores (2010-11: 10.3 crores)
- Central Manufacturing Technology Institutes: 5.5 crores (2010-11: 4.24 crores)
I have not been able to figure out which ministry funds the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade. Also, if I am missing some institutes which I should include, please let me know.
March 1st, 2011
Following is from Volume 2 of the expenditure of Budget 2008-09.
- NISER/IOP: The IOP+NISER budget (item 9.04 of the DAE budget) is 69 crores in plan + 9 crores in non-plan = 78 crores. The nornal IOP budget is about 20 crores. Hence, 50-58 crores is the budget for NISER in 2008-09. (Note that in 2007-08 IOP was allocated 32.75+7 crores and it spent 27.6+8 = 35.6 crores. I..e, Probably 15-18 crores were spent for NISER. )
- IISER: There is a budget of 150 crores (item 61 of the Higher education budget) for the five IISERs. (The budget for three of them was 125 crores in 2007-08, out of which only 60 crores was spent.)
- new IITs: There is a budget of 50 crores (item 60 of the Higher education budget) for the establishment of three new IITs. (The budget for them was 80 crores in 2007-08, out of which only 0.01 crores was spent.)
- new IIITs: There is a budget of 21.4 crores (item 57 of the Higher education budget) for the establishment of new IIITs.
- AIIMS-like: There is a total budget of 490 crores (item 26 of the Health ministry budget) for the establishment of 6 new AIIMS-like institutes and upgradation of 10 other institutes. In 2007-08 the budget for this was 150 crores out of which only 90 crores was spent; most of it went to the upgradation part.
- NITs: The budget for the NITs (item 69 of the Higher education budget) is 808 (plan) + 285 (non-plan) = 1093 crores. Rs 608 crores of that is for enhancing the number of students to account for the OBC quota.
- IITs: The budget for the IITs (item 38 of the Higher education budget) is 1171 (plan) + 525 (non-plan) = 1696 crores. Rs 771 crores of that is for enhancing the number of students to account for the OBC quota.
- IISc Bangalore: The budget for the IISc (item 41 of the Higher education budget) is 130 (plan) + 91 (non-plan) = 221 crores. Rs 70 crores of that is for enhancing the number of students to account for the OBC quota.
- UGC: The budget for UGC (item 3 of the Higher education budget) is 3095.5 (plan) + 2009.4 (non-plan) = 5104.9 crores. Rs 875 crores of that is for enhancing the number of students to account for the OBC quota.
- NIRTAR and other 6 institutes for blind, deaf, mentally retarded and orthopaedically handicapped: The budget for them (item 21 of Ministry of Social Justice budget) is 47+27.05 crores.
- IIST (Indian Inst. of Space Sc. & Tech): Its budget (item 12 of ministry of space) is 65.25 crores. 25 crores out of a budgeted 75 crores was spent in 2007-08.
- ISIs: Its budget (item 4 of ministry of statistics) is 22.5 + 51.96 crores.
- NIFT: Its budget (item 11.01 of ministry of Textile) is 31.75 + 10 crores.
- Tourism: Its budget for training (item 5 of Tourism ministry) is 71 + 0.8 crores. It includes 26 Institutes of Hotel management, 7 Foodcraft institutes, IITTM, and NIWS (National Institute of Water Sports).
- CIPET: Its budget (item 2 of Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers) for the 15 centers is 31 crores.
- NIPER, Mohali: Its budget (item 7 of Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers) is 75+15 crores.
- National Institute of design: Its budget for (item 3 of ministry of commerce) is only 0.25 crores. It was 20.25 crores in 2007-08. It seems the funding pattern has been changed. There is now 50 crores (item 7 of ministry of commerce) for project based support to autonomous institutions which includes NID and several other institutions.
February 29th, 2008
Following is an excerpt from a report in Asian Age.
… the ministry has decided to propose an outlay of nearly Rs 2,522 crores in the 2008-09 Budget to allow institutions to augment their intake capacity if the Supreme Court rules in favour of the Centre’s decision to reserve 27 per cent of the seats in Central educational institutions for other backward classes (OBCs). … For 2007-08, the Budget had provided for an allocation of Rs 2,698 crores to help the institutions augment their capacity. The overall outlay for the implementation of quotas during the Eleventh Five-Year Plan (2007-12), is pegged at Rs 11,728,000 crores.
The ministry has proposed an outlay of no less than Rs 12,800.51 crores for the 2008-09 Budget. Not surprising, given the Centre’s ambitious plans to go in for a huge expansion in technical education during the Eleventh Plan which has proposed an outlay of Rs 84,943 crores for it.
The HRD has proposed an outlay of Rs 1,496.01 crores for "new schemes" in areas of technical education in the 2008-09 Budget. Of this amount, a major portion has been proposed as outlay for the setting up of new polytechnics. The ministry wants nearly Rs 440 crores set aside for the new polytechnics apart from another Rs 101 crores for the strengthening of 400 existing polytechnics. Another Rs 150 crores has been proposed as outlay for the 580 new community polytechnics. …
As for the eight new IITs the UPA government has plans to set up, the HRD ministry has proposed an outlay of Rs 200 crores for them in the forthcoming Budget. As for the existing IITs, the ministry has proposed an outlay of Rs 492 crores. The seven new IIMs also on the anvil in the Eleventh Plan have had an outlay of Rs 50 crores proposed for the 2008-09 Budget, while an outlay of Rs 45 crores is proposed for the existing IIMs. For the prestigious Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, the ministry has proposed an outlay of Rs 70 crores for 2008-09. A substantial amount — Rs 150 crores — is the proposed outlay for increasing the fellowship amount for M.Tech. students.
Other institutions that the Budget will be providing for are the 20 new Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIIT) that are in the offing. The ministry has budgeted Rs 50 crores as the outlay for 2008-09. As for the Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER) coming up in Bhopal and Thiruvananthapuram and the new one in Mohali, the ministry has proposed an outlay of Rs 100 crores in the coming Budget.
Yet another area set to get a boost is that of faculty development in technical education with the ministry proposing an outlay of Rs 100 crores for 2008-09.
February 13th, 2008