Assets and liabilities of central government. Changes occurring capital is considered, shows capital requirements of government and pattern of their financing.
Receipts creating liabilities, and reducing financial assets. These are:
Market Borrowings: Loans raised from public.
Treasury Bills: Borrowings from RBI and other commercial banks and FIs through treasury bills.
Loans received from foreign government and international organisation.
Recoveries of loans granted by central government.
Small savings in PO savings account, National Saving Certificate, etc.
PSU disinvestment (receipts from sale pf share in Public Sector Undertakings).
Expense which result in creation of physical or financial asset. Reduction in financial liabilities. They are:
Expenditure on Land acquisition, building machinery, equipment.
Investment in shares
Loans & advances by Central government to states and UTs, PSUs or others.
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