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Economic Survey: Health Expenditure at 2.1% of GDP in FY23

Health Expenditure has been a major concern for the government since the COVID pandemic. As the pandemic started reducing, the governments were burdened heavily to focus on the lost track of other disease elimination programs. For instance, the cases of malaria, AIDS, hepatitis, etc in India and several other countries increased exponentially. These diseases increased ..

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Economic Survey 2022-23: Highlights

Economic Survey is presented a day before the Budget session. Finance Ministry prepares the survey. The survey says that in 2024, India’s GDP will be in the range of 6% to 6.8%. Public digital platforms played a major role in increasing economic growth in 2022. The performance of the Indian Rupee was better compared to ..

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What is Economic survey 2023?

The report detailing the financial status of the country is called Economic Survey. The survey is released by the Finance Ministry and submitted by the Finance Minister to the Parliament. The finance minister submits the survey report after the President’s address. Every Union Budget session begins with the address of the President. About Economic Survey ..

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Economic Survey 2021-22- Highlights

The Economic Survey 2021-22 was tabled in Parliament on January 31, 2022 by Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman. Who prepared the Economic Survey? Economic Survey 2021-22 was prepared by a team led by principal economic adviser Sanjeev Sanyal. The survey is a single volume with separate set of statistical tables, as opposed to two volume formats ..

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What is Economic Survey?

The economic survey for 2020-2021 will be tabled in the parliament on January 29, 2021 days before the presentation of Union Budget on February 1, 2021. Key Facts The Economic survey will be released with the focus on the impact of lockdown and COVID -19 on the economy. It is expected that, the survey will ..

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Fishing and Aquaculture exempted from Lock Down

On April 11, 2020, the Ministry of Home Affairs, exempted fishing and aquaculture industries from Lock Down. Earlier, the agricultural activities were exempted. Highlights The operations such as harvesting, packaging, processing, cold chain, hatcheries, commercial aquaria, movement of shrimp have been exempted from lock down. However, these industries have been directed to follow hygiene practices ..

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