♦ Production targeted at 135 lakhs MT food
♦ Implementation of .Krishibhagya. scheme for
improving livelihood of rain dependent farmers
community thereby benefiting 53 lakh farmers.
♦ Allocation of Rs. 500 crore for .Krishibhagya.
scheme in 2014-15.
♦ Establishment of seed processing godowns and
♦ Implementation of special technology package
for improving productivity of Ragi and Jowar crops.
♦ Formulation of programme through helpline
centre for imparting training, advising and
assisting the farmers to boost their selfconfidence.
♦ Preference to women agriculturists in providing
seeds, fertilizers, loans and subsidies at
♦ 90% subsidy to SC/ST farmers to improve
technical knowledge and value addition
♦ 75% subsidy for using of solar power in
irrigation pumpsets and other power operated
machinery – Rs.2 crores provided on pilot basis.
♦ Expansion of rejuvenation programmes to areca
and coconut crops.
♦ Rs.2 crores provided for establishment of pest
and diseases advance warning units.
♦ Rs.2 crores provided for dissemination of
information on weather, cultivation practices,
market price through SMS and information
♦ Special marketing programmes for
strengthening of Karnataka State Horticulture
Produce Marketing Federation for enabling
HOPCOMS to handle higher quantities of
♦ Rs.1 crore provided for implementation of
entrepreneurship development and skill
development programmes for areca and coconut
crop harvesting and value addition activities.
♦ Allocation of Rs.2.50 crores for establishment
of 44 check-posts at State borders to control
♦ Rs.2 crores for establishment of Regional
Disease Diagnostic Laboratories in Sira, Kolar,
Bagalkote and Sirsi.
♦ Incentive of Rs.4 crores for implementation of
vaccination programme through voluntary
♦ Recruitment of 250 Veterinary Graduates and
appointment on contract basis of 250 retired
♦ Formulation of guidelines and rules for
maintenance and conservation of poultry farms.
♦ Provision of Rs.10 crore to open 100 new
Veterinary Centres and upgradation.
♦ E-Governance initiatives to link electronically
4112 Veterinary Institutions.
♦ One-time assistance of Rs.15 crores to Sheep
and Wool Producer Co-operative Societies.
♦ Increase in death compensation of sheep and
goat from Rs.3000 to Rs.5000.
♦ Incentive of 20 paise per litre of milk collected
to Milk Producers Co-operative Societies to meet
♦ Rs.5 crores for waiver off loans taken by
sericulturists and reelers under Indo-Dutch
♦ Rs.1 crore to provide 90% subsidy for supply
of equipment to 100 customer service centres
for improving productivity of sericulture.
♦ Establishment of transparent Tendering
System for marketing of cocoon and raw silk.
♦ Increase in incentive from Rs.10 to Rs.30 per
kg for improved cross breed cocoon and from
Rs.40 to Rs.50 per kg for bivoltine variety.
♦ Rs.1 crore provided for call centre based
extension service to fishermen.
♦ Steps to improve hygienic condition in 8 fishing
harbours and 20 fish landing centres as per
European Union Standards.
♦ Provision of Rs.30 lakhs to distribute water and
soil quality testing kits to District Level Offices.
♦ Establishment of supplementary feed
production unit at Bhadra Fish Seed Production
♦ Computerisation of major activities of Fisheries
♦ Continuing facility of Tax free diesel . 1.5 lakh
♦ Jetty expansion at fish landing centre in
Tengingundi of Bhatkal Taluk.
♦ Construction of outer harbour near Madikala
of Uppunda Village in Kundapur Taluk.
♦ Construction of Oceanarium at Pillikula Nisarga
Dhama on PPP model.
♦ Construction of 3000 houses for houseless
♦ Enhancement of limit for interest-free shortterm
Agriculture loans from Rs.2 lakhs to Rs.3
♦ Extension of .Yashaswini. health scheme to
♦ Implementation of .Priyadarshini. scheme to
enroll more women in co-operatives and Rs.1
crore share capital assistance provided to
Women Co-operative Association.
♦ Provision of Rs.1 crore for launching
.Ashakiran. schemes to establish exclusive
Co-operative societies for physically challenged
♦ Implementation of warehouse based sales and
access to electronic auctions.
♦ Computerisation of activities of Karnataka State
♦ Establishment of .Grahaka Maarata Angala. in
♦ .Kayaka Nidhi. of Rs.1 crore for welfare of
manual labourers .Hamalies. working in APMC.
♦ Action will be taken to get States. due share of
water as per the final award of the Krishna
♦ Appropriate action on the report submitted by
Sri Paramashivaiah Committee for harnessing
water from Western Ghats.
♦ Priority will be accorded to ensure progress of
Stage-3 works of Upper Krishna Project.
♦ Appropriate action to obtain rightful share of
water in line with the all party decision of the
Mahadayi River Dispute Tribunal.
♦ Creation of an irrigation potential of 1,20,000
hectares, construction of field irrigation
channels in 1,00,000 hectares, field drain
channels in 1,00,000 hectares and undertaking
land reclamation works in 30,000 hectares of
saline and alkaline lands.
♦ Construction of Koodalasangama . Adavihala
♦ Implementation of Drip Irrigation System in
Koppal Lift Irrigation project under UKP.
♦ Undertaking Venkateshwara Lift Irrigation
Project in Jamakandi Taluk.
♦ Undertaking Kempawada (Basaveshwara) Lift
Irrigation Project near Inapur.
♦ Undertaking Veerabhadreshwara Lift Irrigation
Project in Belgaum District.
♦ Construction of a bridge in the downstream of
♦ Undertaking of Lift Irrigation Project near
♦ Implementation of the Modern Telemetry
Technology in Gondhi, Bhadra, Upper Tunga
Project, Singatalur Project, Tungabhadra
Project & Vijayanagar Canals.
♦ Modernisation of Canals in Dharma Project.
♦ Improvement works in Santhemarahalli &
Honnur Canals of Kabini Right Bank Canal
♦ Modernisation of Canals of Kanva Reservoir,
Upper Canal of Nugu Project, Left & Right bank
canals of Suvarnavathi & Chikkahole reservoirs
& Hanagodu, Ramapura Dam Canals, HRBC/
HRHLC Canal Networks.
♦ Lining works of Kabini Right Bank, Harangi
Right & Left Banks canals.
♦ Implementation of .Suryajyothi Raithara-balina
Paranjyothi. programme to adopt Solar Energy
♦ .Kere Abhivruddhi – Naadina Shreyobhivruddhi
. for improvement of old tanks.
♦ Construction of Pick-ups across natural rivers
and streams in Gadag, Bijapur, Koppal, Kolar
& Chikkaballapur districts.
Forest, Environment and Ecology:
♦ Development of Botanical Garden in Hennur
Tank area of Bangalore city to attract citizen
♦ Rs.212 crores for construction of barricades to
prevent man-animal conflict.
♦ Programme for bringing out of school children
to the main stream.
♦ Filling up of 9405 posts of Government Primary
School Teachers, 1137 Government High
School Teachers and 1130 Government
♦ Vacant posts of Kannada Teachers in minority
language institutions to be filled up.
♦ Imparting training in IT, Retail, Automotive,
Healthcare and wellness domains under NVEQF
to 10,000 students of 9th and 11th Standards.
♦ Rs.2 crores for setting up of Education Quality
♦ Reconstitution of Expert Committee to prepare
♦ Providing .Akshara Ganitha. kits to students
of Government School in Hyderabad-Karnataka.
♦ Rs.3.27 crore earmarked to provide basic
infrastructure to Government Pre-university
♦ Setting up of Government High Schools in 178
places under Rashtriya Maadhyamika Shiksha
♦ Rs.1.27 crores for programmes of academic
counselling, career counselling and guidance
under Rashtriya Maadhyamika Shiksha
♦ Setting up of Gnana Kendras in 250 Grama
Panchayats in Hyderabad-Karnataka area.
♦ 100 Government Primary School in Hyderabad-
Karnataka area to be upgraded as Model
♦ Introduction of online system from school to
office level to enhance the quality of computer
♦ Establishment of Advanced Research Centres
at Bangalore and Udupi to promote
development of Science, Technology,
Engineering and Mathematics.
♦ Recruitment of 50 Scientists and 50 teachers
under .Welcome to Home. scheme.
♦ Institution of award of Rs.50,000 each for 30
Best Teachers and Rs.1,00,000 for 30 Best
♦ Setting up of Karnataka Virtual University to
benefit formal and informal education system.
♦ Construction of Maharani Commerce and MBA
College with hostel in Paduvarahalli, Mysore
and additional hostel in Nanjaraja Bahaddur
Choultry premises in Mysore.
♦ Setting up of Centre of Excellence for Skill
Development in Dandeli.
♦ Setting up of Central University at Karwar.
♦ Rs.2 crores each for upgradation of 30 Science
Colleges as Model Science Colleges.
♦ Implementation of new programme in higher
education for economically backward students
of Hyderabad Karnataka area.
♦ Setting up of Science and Innovation
Foundation to encourage research in all the
Universities and colleges involved in teaching
Science and Technology.
♦ Waiver off tuition fees and laboratory fees paid
by girl students in all the aided colleges, thereby
benefiting 1.15 lakh girl students.
♦ Rs.1 crore for various activities of Vemana Chair
of Karnataka University.
♦ Rs.1 crore for activities of Basaveshwara Chair
of Karnataka University.
Health and Family Welfare:
♦ Steps to obtain accreditation for the Regional
Drug Testing Laboratories at Hubli and Bellary.
♦ Rs.5 crores earmarked for effective
implementation of Food Security and Standards
♦ Rs.2 crores to provide free denture to senior
citizens above 60 years belonging to BPL
♦ Allocation of Rs.5 crores to launch
.Mukhyamanthrigala Santhwana Yojane..
♦ Allocation of Rs.52 crores to extend Prasuti
Araike and Madilu Kit programmes to all the
beneficiary in 10 districts.
♦ Launching of .Aspathre Nyrmalya. programme.
♦ Providing energy biscuits to prevent
malnutrition in children in 4 Backward
♦ Setting up special unit in Indira Gandhi
Institute of Child Health, Bangalore, for patients
suffering from Haemophilia, Thalassaemia,
Sickle-cell Anaemia and Primary Immuno
♦ Rs.6 crores per hospital for setting up of three
250 bed Super Speciality Hospitals in Mysore,
Belgaum and Gulbarga.
♦ Setting up 6 new Medical Colleges in the
backward districts of Karnataka.
♦ Upgradation of VIMS, Bellary and KIMS, Hubli
at a total capital cost of Rs.150 crores.
Women and Child Development:
♦ Waiver off loans, principal and interest amount
due as on 31st March, 2013 given to women
and Self-Help Groups from the Women
♦ Increase in honorarium of Anganawadi workers
and Assistants by Rs.500 and Rs.250
♦ Establishment of 35 Special Treatment Units
for Women to provide medical treatment, legal
and police assistance.
♦ Holding of Special Grama Sabhas to select
women beneficiaries under various
♦ Allocation of Rs.3 crores to establish Sanitary
Napkin Manufacturing Units in 50 Taluks.
♦ Allocation of Rs.2.50 crores for orphan and
destitute children undergoing long term
rehabilitation to get insurance coverage for
♦ Rs.4.23 crores for implementation of .Sneha
Shivira. Scheme in Gulburga, Kolar, Bellary &
♦ Rs.1.55 crores to address maternal and child
under nutrition in High Burden Districts of
Gulburga, Kolar, Bellary & Bagalkote.
♦ Rs.1.12 crores earmarked to bring 45000
beneficiaries under .Niramaya Health
♦ Rs 2.16 crores for monthly unemployment
allowance of Rs.1000 to disabled persons who
have studied beyond 10th standard.
♦ .Talking laptops. will be provided for visually
challenged students – Rs.4 crores.
♦ Rs.7 crores for motorized two wheelers to
persons in the age group 20-60 years, with
severe physical disabilities.
♦ Enhancement of annual grant amount to Day
Care Centres for senior citizens from Rs.4.15
lakhs to Rs.11.20 lakhs and extension to
another 10 districts.
♦ Increase in the monthly maintenance allowance
from Rs.2500 to Rs.10000 for taking care of
children above 3 years age suffering from
cerebral palsy & mental retardation.
♦ Grants to the special schools under Disabled
Child Centric Education Programme will be
doubled with allocation of Rs.17.87 crores.
♦ Enhancement of assistance from Rs.35000 to
Rs.1 lakh to cover hospitalisation and medical
costs to disabled persons.
♦ Scholarship amount given to students with
disabilities will be doubled . Rs.2.60 crores
♦ Formulation of Karnataka SCSP and STSP Plan
Financial Allotment & Utilization Act 2013 .
Rs 15834 crores provided.
♦ 100 new residential schools to be set up at hobli
level for SC/ST students.
♦ 100 new post-matric hostels including 10 in
the University campuses.
♦ Boarding expenses increased from Rs.700 to
Rs.800 for students of Government Ashrama
Schools and Primary Residential Schools.
♦ Boarding expenses increased from Rs.900 to
Rs.1000 for students residing in pre-matric
♦ Boarding expenses increased from Rs.1000 to
Rs.1100 for students residing in post-matric
hostels, Morarji Desai & Rani Chennamma
Residential Schools and P.U. College hostels.
♦ Monthly food charges enhanced from Rs.500
to Rs.700 & Rs.600 to Rs.800 to grant-in-aid
pre-matric & post-matric hostels respectively.
♦ Extension of .Vidyasiri Scheme. to SC/ST Postgraduates.
♦ Supplying free laptops to students belonging
to SC/ST category and pursuing Engineering,
Medical Journalism & Doctoral Studies.
♦ Enhancement of incentive for inter-caste
marriage of SC girls from Rs.50000 to Rs.1 lakh.
♦ Limit on subsidy amount increased from Rs.1
lakh to Rs.2 lakhs towards loans advanced by
SC/ST Development Corporations.
♦ Unit cost under .Land Ownership. Scheme
increased from Rs.7.5 lakhs to Rs.10 lakhs.
♦ Providing financial assistance for rehabilitation
of Manual Scavengers.
♦ Rs.75 crores provided for comprehensive
development of Banjara community including
Bahaddur Bandi Kshetra belonging in Koppal
♦ Construction of late B Kraishnappa memorial
at Harihar at a cost of Rs.1 crore.
♦ Development of Sri Kudhumal Rangarao
Memorial at Mangalore at a cost of Rs. 1 crore.
♦ Rs.30 crores for formulation of schemes for
development of SC/ST Nomadic & Seminomadic
♦ Formulation of guidelines for giving specified
preference to SC/ST in procurement of services
and works up to Rs.5 lakhs and Rs.50 lakhs
♦ Construction of Regional Office and
Community Bhavan Complex of Tanda
Development Nigam in Mysore, Tumkur,
Koppal, Dharwad & Raichur.
♦ Financial assistance to educational institutions
run by SC/ST Organisations and religious
♦ Development of Park at available land in
Beggars. Relief Centre in Magadi Road,
♦ Rs.10 crores for comprehensive development of
14 Beggars. Relief Centres set up under Beggars.
♦ Setting up of office of ST Welfare Department
in 37 taluks.
♦ Rs.1 crore grant for setting up of Research
Centres for downtrodden at National Law School
Backward Classes Department:
♦ Construction of Devaraj Urs Bhavans at
7 District Head Quarters & 50 Taluk Head
♦ Construction of Devaraj Urs Bhavan at Hunsur
at a cost of Rs.5 crore.
♦ Establishment of Post Graduate Hostels in
University Campus, 4 each for Boys and Girls.
♦ Rs.35 crores will be provided for basic facilities
in post-matric hostels once in 3 years.
♦ Coaching assistance to 2000 candidates to take
up Civil Services Competitive Examinations.
♦ Rs.50 crores for overall development of Golla
community and other nomadic tribes.
♦ Rs.75 crores for .Vidyasiri. scheme to be
extended to 50 thousand students.
♦ Reimbursement of fees of post-matric students
securing marks above the prescribed level.
♦ State pre-matric scholarship rates to be
enhanced on par with Government of India
♦ Amendment of Co-operation Act to provide
reservation to backward classes.
♦ Enhancement of amount from Rs.75 crores to
Rs.100 crores for religious associations and
institutions of backward classes for
construction of community halls and hostel
♦ Under Devaraj Urs Backward Classes
Corporation, following programmes will be
♦ Loan assistance up to Rs.2 lakhs at 2%
interest to upgrade skills of Dhobi, Savitha
Samaja & Thigalas.
♦ Development of Dhobhi Ghats.
♦ Rs.1 lakh subsidy and loan assistance for
sheep and goat rearing.
♦ Improving the skills of the pottery
♦ Subsidy assistance of Rs.10000 and loan
assistance of Rs.1.1 lakhs for dairy activity
for backward classes.
♦ Sanction of loans at 2% interest with
expenditure of Rs.1.5 lakhs for construction
of shops and providing marketing network
in Gram Panchayats and Town Panchayats
♦ Financial assistance for rehabilitation of
♦ Financial assistance to Vishwakarma
Community to improve skills in Blacksmithy,
Carpentry, Goldsmithy and Stone carving.
♦ Financial assistance to Upppara community
for development of traditional skills.
♦ Financial assistance for development as
tourist place where Kranthiveera Sangoli
Rayanna attained immortality.
Minorities Welfare, Haj and Wakf:
♦ Rs.110 crores for overall development of
♦ Establishment of District Minority Welfare
offices in 7 districts.
♦ Boarding expenses increased from Rs.1000 to
Rs.1100 for students of Morarji Residential
Schools and Minority hostels.
♦ Boarding expenses increased from Rs.900 to
Rs.1000 for students of Pre-matric hostels.
♦ Food expenses increased from Rs.600 to Rs.750
per month for Minority hostels.
♦ Annual family income limit enhanced to Rs.1
lakh from Rs.15,000 for seeking admission in
♦ Financial assistance increased from Rs.350 to
Rs.500 per month for children in the
orphanages and destitute homes.
♦ Rs.1.5 crores provided for e-learning teaching
aids to 100 minority schools.
♦ Coaching to minority students taking Civil
Services Competitive exams and entrance tests.
♦ Opening of 70 new post-matric hostels under
♦ Rs.24.65 crores provided for construction,
repair to 30 hostels run in rented buildings.
♦ Rs.6.2 crores to create basic infrastructure
facilities and modernise 124 minorities hostels.
♦ Starting 3 new Morarji Desai Residential
Schools and 2 P.U Colleges.
♦ Rs.36.82 crores provided for construction,
modernisation of Moraji Desai Residential
Schools running in rented buildings.
♦ Rs.75 crores for implementation of various
development schemes of Minorities.
♦ Rs.10 crores provided for construction of
compound walls and fences to protect illegal
encroachment of wakf properties.
♦ Rs.125 crores provided for overall development
♦ Rs.5 crores for establishing 2 Model Residential
Schools in 2 districts.
♦ Rs.2 crores for skill development of women
belonging to Minority community.
♦ Sir Sayyed Ahmed Khan Study and Research
Centre will be established.
♦ Rs.17 crore additional grant for Haj Bhavan in
♦ Haj Bhavans will be constructed at Gulburga
♦ Implementation of new policy to purchase land
for residential sites in rural and urban area.
♦ Construction of 10,000 houses for special
♦ Waiver off loans and interest under .Ashraya
Scheme. . Rs 2488 crores waiver.
♦ Provide 3 lakhs new houses with revised
subsidy and distribute 20,000 sites to siteless
people in rural and urban area.
♦ Waiver off loan amount of Rs.230 crores under
HUDCO and VAMBAY housing schemes
benefitting 57000 families living in slums.
♦ Development of 1.7 lakhs properties in land
acquired by Karnataka Housing Board.
Labour, Employment & Training:
♦ Starting .Satellite and Advanced Media
Education (SAME). Programme in 60 ITIs.
♦ Opening of 4 new ESI hospitals.
♦ Providing Vocational Training in new trades.
♦ Opening of Karnataka German Multi Skill
Development Centres at Mangalore, Hubli and
♦ Opening of wind and Solar Energy Vocational/
Units in Gadag, Chitradurga and Belgaum.
♦ Rs.28 crores for construction of own buildings
for 55 Government ITIs.
♦ Establishment of 1 digital library in 158
Government ITIs at a cost of Rs.14.65 crores.
♦ Introduction of .Chief Minister.s Shram Shakti
Award. to encourage workers and industries.
♦ Rs.7 crore for extension social securities scheme
in all 30 districts.
Kannada and Culture:
♦ Establishment of Banavasi Development
♦ Rs.1 crore for development of Science Park in
Dr. H.Narasimhaiah High School in Hosur,
Gowribidanur Taluk and memorial in his name
♦ Rs.1 crore for development of freedom fighters
martyr memorial building in Vidhurashwatha.
♦ Rs.1.5 crores for organisation of cultural
programmes in old age homes.
♦ Rs.5 crores for construction of building and
organising cultural activities on the occasion
of centenary of Kannada Sahitya Parishath.
♦ Rs.2 crores to Women.s Associations and Self
Help Groups for organising cultural activities.
♦ Rs.1 crore to open book stalls at district
♦ Rs.3 crore for organising drama competitions
at inter college level.
♦ Rs.1 crore for making documentaries on culture
♦ 13th Finance Commission grant of Rs. 50 crores
♦ Modern technology like GIS mapping,
documentation to preserve monuments and
♦ Documentation and evaluation work of 14
♦ Preparation of inventory of undeclared and
♦ Rs 50 lakhs for organising .Prachya Prajne.
♦ Construction of Kala Bhavan in Arkavathy
♦ Rs 1 crore towards Research & bringing out
works in different languages of Saint Poet
♦ Rs 1 crore to Mahabodhi Society for Kannada
♦ Rs.2 crores for organising Platinum Jubilee
celebration of Nalvadi Krishnaraja Wodeyar on
the occasion of 75 years of formation of Mandya
♦ Rs.1 crore for development of Mylar Mallannna
Sports and Youth Services:
♦ Rs.8.26 crores for implementation of Youth
♦ Yuva Shakthi Kendras to be established in each
♦ Karnataka States Sports Policy will be
♦ To encourage sports achievers at International
and National events the award amounts have
♦ .Grameena Kreedotsava. will be organised to
encourage indigenous rural sports.
♦ Enhancement of monthly remuneration from
Rs.1500 to Rs.3000 to former wrestlers.
♦ Enhancing monthly honorarium of
International, National and State level former
♦ Restoration of 25 old garadi-mane.
♦ Grant of Rs.5 lakh each for construction of new
♦ Enhancement of diet allowance of sportspersons
♦ Up gradation of Sri Kanteerava Stadium,
♦ Rs 2 crore for development of basic
infrastructure in Jakkur Flying School & for
purchase of new aircraft.
Food Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs.
♦ Setting up of NCDEX cell for dissemination of
information about price trend and take action
against black marketers.
♦ Introduction of smart ration card instead of
paper ration card.
♦ Construction of Aahaara Bhavan with an initial
amount of Rs.2 crores.
Rural Development and Panchayat Raj:
♦ Rs.85 crores allotted for statutory additional
grant in accordance with population of Zilla
♦ Release of Rs.135 crores for maintenance of rural
♦ Development of roads of 20 km in each rural
assembly constituency and providing
connectivity to predominantly SC/ST villages.
♦ Implementation of 3 year programme under
.Grama Vikasa Yojane..
♦ Under NREGA & NBA schemes, introduction of
.Gourava Yojane., bathroom cum toilets for 1.50
lakhs rural families.
♦ Rs.6 crores grant for development of Abdul Nasir
Sab Rural Training Institute.
♦ Rs.2 crores to Mahatma Gandhi Institute of
Rural Energy Development.
♦ Establishment of purified drinking water units
in 1000 villages.
♦ Implementation of 77 multi village drinking
water schemes by providing safe drinking water
to 24 lakhs rural people.
♦ .Jaladhara. drinking water scheme for providing
individual household connection to 5 lakh SC/
♦ Under .Salu Marada Thimmakkana Neralu.
scheme under NREGA, roadside plantation on
3000 km rural roads will be under taken.
♦ 6000 Mukthidhamas at the rate of one for each
gram panchayath will be developed.
♦ Rural Godowns will be constructed for storage
♦ Integration of different watershed schemes using
Ridge to Valley Concept.
♦ Construction of Rajiv Gandhi Seva Kendra
buildings under MGNREGA scheme will be
taken up in 300 Grama Panchayat.
♦ Land development, Horticulture, Fisheries
related 2 lakh individual works in eligible cases
will be under taken MGNREGA scheme.
♦ Establishment of Ombudsman and social
♦ Computer centres at rural colonies.
♦ Doubling of honorarium to elected
♦ Training to elected representatives through
Kannada University, Hampi.
♦ Upgradation of 10,000 rural roads- Rs.5688
crore scheme- submission of proposal to
Government of India.
Planning & Area Development:
♦ Rs.38 crores to Malanad Area Development
♦ Rs.20 crores to Dry Area Development Board.
♦ Rs.1 crore to Coastal Area Development
Authority for development of coastal region.
♦ Rs.601 crores provided under Legislatures.
Local Area Development Scheme.
♦ Bringing out Human Development Report by
♦ Rs.2259 crores provided for addressing regional
imbalance in 114 backward taluks.
♦ Computerisation of birth and death registration
in Anekal taluk on a pilot project basis.
♦ Implementation 14 drinking water supply
schemes and 10 drainage schemes with the
estimated cost of Rs.697 crores.
♦ 6 water supply schemes and 7 UGD schemes
with an estimated cost of Rs.247.20 crores will
be taken up UIDSSMT.
♦ Under UIDSSMT scheme drinking water
supply scheme in 10 towns and 2 UGD
schemes at an estimated cost Rs.400 crores
will be taken up.
♦ Rs.5 crore for providing water supply and
sanitation facilities to Anganawadis in urban
♦ Construction of 26323 houses at an estimated
cost of Rs.1335 crores in 124 slum areas in
State under Rajiv Awaas Yojane.
♦ .Chief Minister.s Urban Alleviation
Programme. at an estimated cost of Rs.25 crore
will be launched in 181 cities.
♦ Rs.75 crores earmarked for Scientific
Management of Solid Waste.
♦ Establishment of Modern Abattoirs in three
cities with GOI assistance.
♦ Creation of open spaces like parks, lakes &
stadiums in 10 City Corporation Limits
♦ Rs.25 crores grant earmarked for construction
of Modern Electric Crematorium in 10 cities.
♦ Rs.62.51 crores for Capacity Building of Urban
Local Bodies staff.
♦ Rs.25 crores earmarked for implementing of
Gruha Bhagya Scheme for 1000 Poura
♦ Rs.10 crores earmarked for Energy Saving
♦ Rs.100 crores special grant earmarked for
Infrastructure Development in Mysore City.
Bruhat Bengaluru Maha Nagara Palike (BBMP)
♦ Rs.1527 crores for various developmental
activities under different schemes.
♦ Comprehensive development of selected Arterial
and Sub Arterial Roads for smooth flow of traffic
at estimated cost of Rs.500 crores.
♦ Widening of some of the important roads at
estimated cost of Rs.300 crores.
♦ Construction of Railway under bridges and over
bridges at an estimated cost of Rs.200 crores
in collaboration with Railway Authorities at
important Railway Crossings in the city.
♦ Comprehensive development of Pedestrian
Footpaths at estimated cost of Rs.100 crores.
♦ Development of important junctions at
estimated cost of Rs.100 crores.
♦ Development of 12 main roads under TENDER
SURE model and other selected main roads at
estimated cost of Rs.300 crores.
♦ Earmarking of Rs.250 crores for development
of backward areas of earlier CMC and TMCs
within BBMP jurisdiction.
♦ Earmarking of Rs.100 crores for development
and protection of 31 lakes.
♦ Implementation of new parking policy at
estimated cost of Rs.10 crores.
♦ Allocation of Rs.100 crores for disposal and
processing of solid waste.
♦ Allocation of Rs.200 crores for construction of
Grade Separators at important Junctions with
heavy traffic density.
Bangalore Development Authority (BDA)
♦ Construction and allocation of 8000 flats to the
♦ Formation and allocation of 5000 sites.
♦ Rs.100 crores for the implementation of
Aranyikarana Hasiru Maale programme and
development of 39 lakes.
♦ Construction of Peripheral Ring Road at the
cost of Rs.5800 crores with assistance from JICA.
♦ Construction of Goraguntepalya of Tumkur
Road Junction (NH-4) at a cost of Rs.125 crores.
♦ Construction of overbridge from ALISDA to BEL
Circle at a cost of Rs.191.86 crores under JNNURM.
♦ Construction of Elevated Corridor from
Basaveshwara Circle (Chalukya Circle) to
Hebbal Junction at a cost of Rs.1100 crores
will be taken up.
Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board
♦ Detailed project report will be prepared for
providing water supply to 110 villages in BBMP
♦ Improvement and renovation of 74 km Sewer
lines with 50:50 sharing between BWSSB and
♦ Construction of 300 MLD Capacity Waste Water
♦ Construction of 108 small Capacity Waste Water
Treatment Plant in Bangalore city.
Karnataka Urban Infrastructure Development
Finance Corporation (KUIDFC)
♦ Providing adequate water supply and UGD in
16 Urban Local Bodies at an estimated cost of
♦ 24×7 water supply schemes to Belgaum,
Gulburga, Hubli-Dharwad Municipal
Corporations and 22 other cities under other
schemes of KUIDFC.
♦ An estimated cost of Rs.450 crores for Heritage
based Urban Development Project will be taken
with assistance of World Bank.
♦ .City Cluster Development Programme. with
assistance from Asian Development Bank (ADB)
will be prepared and implemented.
Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited
♦ Target for completion of entire network of
1st Phase by the end of March 2015.
♦ 2nd Phase of Metro comprising of 61 Stations
covering 72.10 kms is planned to be completed
at the cost of Rs.26405 crores and approval of
Government of India obtained.
Directorate of Urban Land Transport (DULT):
♦ Preparation of Comprehensive Mobility Plan to
improve 52 towns.
♦ Organizing Pension Adalats at hobli levels to
cover all eligible beneficiaries.
♦ Integration of Janashree Bima Yojane with Aam
Admi Bima Yojane, Rs.20 crores earmarked.
♦ Rs.10 crores for the purchase of land for burial
ground not exceeding 2 acres, priority to
♦ Enhancement of pension to Ex-Patels to
♦ Development of New Software called .Namma
Bhoomi. for making administration farmer
♦ Implementation of .Padasale Scheme. in all 176
♦ Revenue Adalats will be held at Hobli and
village levels for distribution of updated and
corrected Pahanis on the spot.
♦ Commencement of re-survey scheme – 2
♦ Issue of caste and income certificates in schools
by utilizing data available at Nada Kacheris.
♦ Construction of district office complex buildings
in 6 districts including Mysore at a cost of
Rs.135 crores, construction work of 12 Mini
Vidhana Soudha buildings and ongoing
constructions of 24 Mini Vidhana Soudha
buildings will be taken up at a cost Rs.101
♦ Cauvery Scheme integration with Bhoomi for
speedy issue of Khata.
♦ Rs.81.2 crores has been provided to develop
infrastructural facilities at temples, charitable
and religious institutions.
♦ Providing subsidy to tourists from Karnataka
for Charudhama pilgrimage.
♦ Providing special grants of Rs.6 crores to protect
land belonging to Muzarai Department.
♦ Rs.20 crores provided for solar energy schemes.
♦ Subsidy of Rs.6200 crores for providing free
electricity supply for irrigation pump sets of
farmers and Bhagyajyothi/Kuteerajyothi
♦ Electricity connections will be provided for
remaining irrigation pump sets under taken
under Ganga Kalyana Scheme by SC/ST,
Backward Classes and Minorities Development
♦ Rs.750 crores will be provided for Electricity
Supplying Companies to implement the
♦ LED Solar street lights will be distributed
for 50 villages.
♦ Up gradation of .Distribution Automation
System. in 10 Municipal Corporation
♦ Additional inclusion of two sub-divisions
in every ESCOM.
♦ Implementation of Smart Grid and Smart
Meters scheme in 98 cities.
♦ Implementation of Green Energy Corridor
Scheme with the assistance of KPTCL and
♦ Improvement of 544 kms of under-developed
roads under Special Development Programme.
♦ Special package of Rs.50 crores towards repairs
of roads, bridges in rain-affected Kodagu
♦ Plan to undertake permanent repair work of
Shiradi Ghat Road under NH-48 at a cost of
♦ Plan to develop 18.5 kms length of NH-48 of
Shiradi Ghat Section at a cost of Rs.2200 crores
with assistance JICA.
♦ Plan to develop 1200 km long road under PPP
with financial assistance provided by ADB to
♦ Improvement 8 States Highway of 452.70 km
length at an estimated amount of Rs.1203
crores under the joint assistance of World Bank
and Financial Institutions.
♦ Implementation of .Karnataka Minor Ports
Infrastructure Development Department:
♦ Bangalore International Airport has been
renamed as Kempegowda International Airport
♦ Steps for increasing terminal capacity from 12
to 20 million passengers.
♦ Facilities will be provided for setting-up of
Railway Bogi manufacturing Units at Kolar and
♦ Rs.540 crores for railway projects.
♦ Distribution work of natural gas is in the final
stage with the joint venture of KSIIDC and GAIL
♦ Measures will be taken for adopting eco-friendly
CNG in City Transport Vehicles.
Commerce & Industries:
♦ Rs.10 crore for up gradation of Convention
Center at KTPO, White Field.
♦ Implementation of Karnataka Investment
♦ One Time Settlement Scheme (OTS) for waiver
of interest payable on loans under PBS scheme
by KVIC through KVIB will be introduced-
Rs.26.15 crore earmarked.
♦ Rs.2 crore earmarked to provide marketing
subsidy under .Karnataka Khadi Branding.
scheme, with the assistance of National Institute
of Fashion Technology/Design.
♦ Rs.1 crore grant provided for Karnataka Khadi
Gramodyoga Sangha, Hubli.
♦ Setting up of training and manufacturing
centers in naxal affected areas of Karkala Taluk,
Udupi District through Karnataka State Coir
♦ Interest subsidy of 9% to village industries and
khadhi institutions will be extended to all 176
taluks in the State.
♦ Rs.10 crore Venture Capital Support will be
provided to potential entrepreneurs to set-up
new industries through .Fund of Fund.
♦ 1000 Residential work sheds will be provided
to skilled workers under new Special House
Building Scheme at the cost of Rs.10 crores.
♦ Setting up of Coir Technology Park at the cost
of Rs.2 crores at Vijnana Gudda, Tumkur
♦ Establishment of 1000 micro enterprises in
♦ Rs.4.50 crores grant provided towards interest
subsidy of 6% to new generation entrepreneurs.
♦ Financial support of 50% in Aerospace Sector.
♦ Notifying the two industrial townships with the
co-operation of Urban Development
♦ Establishment of 10 modern check posts.
♦ Mapping of mineral wealth through modern
♦ Establishment of Gems and Jewellery SEZ in
Devanahalli of Bangalore Rural District.
♦ Rule amended to provide reservation to SC &
ST persons in sand extraction, transportation
and grant of Minor Minerals quarry leases/
♦ Rs. 120 crores under Weavers Special Package
♦ Rs. 75 crores provided for implementing New
Readymade Garments Policy.
♦ Rs. 75 crores needed for the reconstruction of
Mysore Sugar Company by developing its
property located in J.C. Road, Bangalore.
Information Technology, Bio Technology and
Science and Technology:
♦ Constitution of Skill Development Societies
with an initial corpus of Rs.10 crores to meet
the skill requirements of IT and Electronic
♦ Setting up of Greenfield ESDM Clusters for
Electronic Hardware Sector.
♦ Revision of Animation, Visual effects, Gaming
and Comics (AVGC) Policy and setting up of
Digital Media City and AVGC Labs.
♦ Setting up of 2 Sub Regional Science Centres
in Chamarajanagar District and Gowribidanur
Taluk of Chickballapur District – Rs. 3 crore
♦ Providing Science education to school students
using Robotics Technology.
♦ Providing 150 additional services through
mobile in different departments.
♦ Formulation of New e-Governance policy.
♦ Establishment of State Data Centre at Suvarna
Soudha, Belgaum, for disaster recovery and
♦ Opening of 50 new Citizen Service Centres
under Karnataka One Scheme.
♦ Providing 50 additional services of various
government departments through Citizen
♦ Extension of KSWAN 2.0 to Gram Panchayat.
♦ Implementation of Human Resources
Management Scheme (HRMS). Linkage to
♦ Rs.50 crores provided to implement the
recommendations made by the Karnataka
Tourism Vision Group.
♦ Establishment of Kaveri Tourism Authority.
♦ Establishment of Cubbon Park Management
♦ Organisation of activities like Karnataka Travel
Mart, Pravasi Karnataka Divasa, Nethrani
Beach festival, Talakadu Kaver Festival,
Nrityotsava at Nandi and Pattadakallu, Bidar
Fort Festival through private participation.
♦ Setting up Toursim Interpretation Centers and
♦ Adoption of Tourism Centres under CSR.
♦ Publication of .Investment-friendly Tourism
♦ New Tourism Human Resource Development
Policy will be brought-out.
♦ Hyderabad-Karnataka Area Development Board
constituted . Rs.600 crores grant.
♦ Provision of Rs.1637 crores for special
development programme in Hyderabad-
♦ Implementation of recommendation
Sri. P.C. Hota Committee for bringing more
transparency and prevention of corruption in
the recruitment process undertaken by
Karnataka Public Service Commission.
♦ Introduction of .Jyothi Sanjeevini. scheme to
Government servants and their dependants.
♦ Enhancement of Freedom Fighters pension from
Rs.6,000 to Rs.8,000 and enhancement of
Honorarium from Rs.2,000 per month to
Rs.3,000 for participants from the State in Goa
♦ Establishment of High-Tech State Media Centre
at Vartha Soudha in Bangalore at a cost of
♦ Development of Multiplex theatres with four
♦ Construction of International standard film city
in Hesaraghatta, Bangalore.
♦ An annual award instituted to promote short
♦ Launching of a separate health insurance
scheme for accredited journalists and their
♦ Enhancement of pension given to retired
journalists from Rs.3000 to Rs.6000.
♦ Implementation of Ambulance-Signal Lights
Synchronisation Scheme under B-Trac Scheme
. Rs.72 crores.
♦ Implementation of M-Trac-1 and M-Trac-2
Schemes in Mysore and Mangalore cities at a
cost of Rs.40 crores and Rs.25 crores
♦ Installation of Mobile jammers, barbed wire
fencing and CCTV cameras for providing safety
and security in different Central Jails of the
♦ Establishment of Water Processing Units in 7
♦ Enhancement of daily food expenses of Rs.48
per head to Rs.75 for enhancing nutritional
value of the food for convicts.
♦ Construction of Residential and
Non-Residential buildings for Indian Reserve
♦ Construction of Office Building for SP, Yadgiri
District, at an estimated cost of Rs.7.73 crores.
♦ Implementation of Student-Police Cadet
♦ Enhancement of Group Insurance amount for
all the ranks in the Police Department up to
♦ Enhancement of ex-gratia amount of Rs.5 lakhs
to Rs.30 lakhs in case of death of police
personnel while on duty.
♦ Enhancement of ex-gratia amount for
permanent disability will be increased to Rs.10
lakhs and for serious injuries it will be
increased to Rs.2 lakhs.
♦ Providing Rs.15 crores for construction of Fire
Station buildings and residential quarters.
♦ Providing Rs.10 crores for construction of hostel
building under K-SAFE scheme to
R.A. Mundkur Fire Force Academy, Bangalore.
♦ Purchase of modern Aerial Ladder Platform to
attend fire accidents in high rise buildings.
♦ Providing Rs.1.80 crores for construction of
Regional Training Centre for Home Guards and
Civil Defence personnel at Davanagere District
♦ Establishment of 20 new Police Stations
including 10 Women Police Stations and 10 new
♦ Establishment of Vehicle Inspection and
Certification Centres at Shimoga, Gulbarga and
♦ Establishment of Automated Driving Test Track
at Bellary, Gadag and Madikeri.
♦ Adding 3982 new vehicles, 28 new bus depots
and 37 new bus stations by Transport
Corporations out of their own resources.
♦ Construction of Truck Terminal taken up in
Law and Courts:
♦ Rs. 10 crores for construction of Administration
Building and other works of Karnataka State
♦ Rs.458 crores will be given for providing
necessary infrastructural facilities to
♦ Construction of Advocates Bhavan in City Civil
Court Complex, Bangalore, at Rs.2 crores.
Goods and Services Tax
♦ Necessary steps to prepare trade and industry
as also the department for its introduction of
Goods and Services Tax (GST)
♦ Revenue collection target fixed at Rs.42000
crores for 2014-15.
Value Added Tax:
♦ Tax exemption on paddy, rice, wheat, pulses and
products of rice and wheat continued for one
♦ Reduction in tax on scented arecanut powder
excluding mixture from 14.5% to 5.5%
♦ Increase in registration limit from Rs.5 lakhs of
annual turnover to Rs.7.5 lakhs.
♦ Waiver of penalty payable for default in filing of
returns by small dealers who have no tax liability
and opt for cancellation of their registration.
♦ Increase in minimum sale value fixed for
obtaining electronic delivery note (e-SUGAM)
from Rs.20000 to Rs.25000.
♦ Exemption to works contractors from compulsory
♦ Suitable administrative measures to enable
dealers to rectify mistakes in the returns which
have no tax implication.
♦ Provision for single second appeal against
reassessment for several tax periods of one
Additional Resource Mobilization Measure
♦ Levy 5.5% VAT on liquor sold by bar and
restaurants operating in urban areas and by
clubs, lodging houses and star hotels.
♦ Provision for filing of annual statements by
♦ Increase in minimum daily rent for taxation
from Rs.500 to Rs.750.
♦ Tax exemption on ethanol brought for mixing
♦ Provision for filing of monthly returns by
dealers and deemed acceptance of such returns
as under VAT.
♦ Revenue collection target of Rs.14,400 crores
fixed for the year 2014-15.
Additional Resources Mobilization Measures
♦ Increase in Additional Excise Duty on Beer from
122% to 135 %
♦ Increase in Licence fee of Primary Distillery,
Indian Liquor Manufacturing Distillery and
Brewery by 50%.
♦ Increase in Licence fee of MSIL retail liquor
shops (CL-11C) from Rs.1 lakh to Rs.3 lakhs.
♦ Increase in fee for shifting of shops from one
place to another, from existing 25% to 50% of
the Licence fee charged on the Licence in respect
of such shops.
Stamps and Registration
♦ Revenue collection target is fixed at Rs.7450
crores for 2014-15
♦ Stamp Duty exemption on subsequent sale deed
relating to alternate site allotted by the
Bangalore Development Authority, consequent
to the denotification of the land.
♦ Stamp Duty exemption on instruments
executed between concerned persons under the
Aerospace Policy 2013-23.
♦ Provision for remission and reduction of Stamp
Duty on instruments specified in the
Government notification dated: 23-04-2003,
with retrospective effect.
♦ Reduction in Stamp Duty on Award relating
to movable properties from the current 5% to
rates ranging from 0.25% to 0.75%, on slab
♦ Stamp Duty at uniform reduced rate of 2% on
all Joint development agreements and their
consequent Powers of Attorney.
♦ Reduction in Stamp Duty on instrument
relating to Delivery Order from 0.5% to 0.1%
on the value of goods imported into the State,
and also Stamp Duty exemption on goods
imported into the State that are exempted from
♦ Revenue collection target is fixed at Rs. 4350
crores for 2014-15
♦ Levy of Rs. 500 per seat per quarter instead of
life time tax for the Motor Cabs costing more
than Rs.15 lakhs and registered in other states
and entering Karnataka on tourist vehicle
♦ Suitable amendment to the Motor Vehicle
Taxation Act to prevent vehicles registered in
other States from plying in the State without
payment of life time tax.
OVERVIEW OF BUDGET 2014-15
♦ Budget size (Consolidated fund) – Rs. 1,38,008
Crores. It is 34.8% more than the Budget
Estimate of Rs. 1,21,611 crore estimated for
♦ State Plan size – Rs. 65,600 crore. It is 34.7%
more than the Budget Estimate of Rs. 48,685
crore estimate for B.E. 2013-14.
♦ Total receipts – Rs. 1,36,249 crore of which
Rs. 1,11,039 is Revenue Receipts while
Rs. 25,210 crore is Capital Receipts.
♦ Total Expenditure – Rs. 1,38,008 crore of which
Revenue Expenditure is Rs. 1,10,757 crore and
Capital Expenditure Rs. 20,491 crore.