India’s 2014 Electronics and Information Technology Expenditure

Here is my visualization of India’s expenditure budget for Electronics and Information Technology (click on the image for an interactive chart).

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India’s 2014 Electronics and Information Technology Expenditure

 

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Here is the data file I created.

Expenditure
Rs. crores
Description
Secretariat-Economic Services86.19Secretariat-Economic Services:..It provides for secretariat expenditure of the Department of Electronics & Information Technology.
National Informatics Centre720National Informatics Centre (NIC):..National Informatics Centre (NIC) is an attached office of DeitY. It provides network backbone and e-governance support to the Central Government departments, States, UTs and District Administrations in the country. It is a Network Infrastructure Facility Provider, Network Service Provider, Application Service Provider and Content ASP. Its budget provision includes provisions under Scheduled Castes Sub Plan (SCSP) and Tribal Sub Plan (TSP) to the tune of 20.00 and..`.70.50 Crores respectively...
Technology Development Council Projects (Incl. ITRA)54Technology Development Council Projects (incl ITRA):..The Programme aims to facilitate proliferation and absorption of emerging technologies in the country by supporting Research and Development in IT; to promote the use of free and open source software; develop and apply state-of-art cost effective indigenous solutions for important industrial sectors; technology developments in bio-informatics, IPR promotion, innovation & incubation promotion and setting up of IT Research Academy including Electronics System Design & Application
Education Research Network (ERNET)0.01Educational & Research Network (ERNET):..It is a registered scientific society of the Department to provide services based on IPv6 with the five focus areas: National Academic and Research Network; Research & Development in the areas of Data Communication and its Application; Human Resource Development in the areas of High-end Networking; Educational Content; and Campus-wide High Speed Local Area Network.
Components & Material Development Programme27.6Components & Material Development Programme:..Its objective is to develop a strong R&D/technology base for electronics materials and to meet future needs of the electronics industry and to support goal oriented R&D projects for critical and priority electronics materials at appropriate R&D institutions and industry.
Micro - Electronics and Nano-Technology Development Programme - NMC100Micro-Electronics and Nano-Technology Development Programme:..The objective of the programme is to build a strong base in the country in the field of Nano and Micro electronics technology covering manpower, R&D and technology at academic institutions R&D laboratories and industry and also promote and proliferate the development of Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs) for the indigenous electronics Industry. This also supports Semiconductor Integrated Circuits Layout Design Registry (SICLDR).
Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC)156Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC):..It is a registered scientific society of the Department in the field of computing & communication and applications arising out of it.
Society for Applied Microwave Electronics Engineering and Research (SAMEER)53Society for Applied Microwave Electronics Engineering and Research (SAMEER):..It is a registered scientific society of the Department working in high technology areas of microwaves, milli-meterwaves and electro-magnetics with the specific goal of developing applications for these technologies with its three centres at Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata.
Standardisation Testing and Quality Certification (STQC)117Standardisation Testing and Quality Certification (STQC):..STQC Directorate, an attached office of the DeitY, provides testing and calibration services to the industries for improvement of quality and reliability of electronics components and products.
Facilitation of Setting-up of Integrated townships0.1Facilitation of Setting-up of Integrated Townships:..Integrated Townships are characterized by state-of-art urban infrastructure and contributing to the overall economic development of the State.
Manpower Development (including Skill Development in IT and IT for Masses)110Manpower Development (incl. Skill Development in IT & IT for Masses):..The objective of the programme is to ensure availability of trained human resources for the manufacturing& service sectors of electronics and IT industry. Initiatives include identifying gaps emerging from the formal sector and planning programmes in non-formal and formal sectors for meeting these gaps. This budget provision includes provisions under Scheduled Castes Sub Plan (SCSP) and Tribal Sub Plan (TSP) to the tune of..`.3 crore and..`.25 crore respectively...
Convergence, Communication & Strategic Electronics27Convergence, Communication & Strategic Electronics:..Its objective is to support R&D in Convergence Communications, Broadband Technologies and Strategic Electronics. The indigenous efforts are aimed at facilitating developments in emerging, next Generation Convergence Communication, Broadband, Broadcast and Strategic Technologies for inclusive and sustainable growth in the country.
R&D in Medical Electronics and Health Informatics (erstwhile Electronics in Health & Telemedicine)8R&D in Medical Electronics & Health Informatics (erstwhile electronics in Health & Medicine):..Its objective is to support & promote technology development and R&D in the area of medical electronic & health informatics.
Other programmes4.4Other Programmes:..These Non-Plan provisions are meant for reimbursing Central Sales Tax (CST) to Electronics Hardware Technology Parks (EHTP) and Software Technology Park (STP) units as per Foreign Trade Policy as well as to support for organizing conferences, symposium, advertisement and publicity, etc.
Lumpsum provision for projects/schemes for the benefit of North East Region and Sikkim262Lump-sum Provision for North Eastern Region and Sikkim:..As per Government instructions, 10% of the Central Plan Allocation is to be earmarked for the schemes for the benefit of the North Eastern Region and Sikkim.
Electronics Governance197Electronic Governance:..The Objective of E-Governance, in broader terms, is to make all Govt. services accessible to the common person in his/her locality. Its budget provision includes provisions under Scheduled Castes Sub Plan (SCSP) and Tribal Sub Plan (TSP) to the tune of..`.10.00 crore and..`.30.00 crore respectively...
Technology Development for Indian Languages24Technology Development for Indian Languages (TDIL):..The Programme aims at development of Information Technology, tools and standards in Indian Languages to enable all stakeholders to use computers and other IT Systems in their own languages.
Cyber Security (incl. CERT-In, IT Act)229Cyber Security (including CERT-In, IT Act):..Cyber Security is gaining wider adoption in all types of products for a variety of reasons viz. National Security, appreciation of consequences of insecurity, need for developing secure products, performance and cost penalties, improved user convenience, need for implementing and consistently maintaining security practices, and importance of assessing the value of security improvements. Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) has been functioning and responding to the cyber security incidents and take steps to prevent recurrence of the same. Certifying Authorities are licensed by CCA to issue digital signature certificates under the IT Act.
Promotion of IT/ITeS Industry (erstwhile Software Technology Parks of India and EHTP)10Promotion of IT/ITeS Industry:..This scheme was earlier known as 'Software Technology Parks of India (STPI) & EHTP. The global landscape of the IT-ITeS industry is increasingly becoming competitive. For maintaining India's leadership position in this space, there is a need for continued support, especially smaller IT units to fuel the further growth of the IT-ITeS industry. Software Technology Park (STP) is a 100% export oriented scheme for the development and export of computer software using communication links or physical media and including export of professional services. At present STPI has 53 Centers across the country, out of which 45 centers are located in Tier II and Tier III cities.
IT for Masses0
National Institute of Electronics & Information Technology (NIELIT) (erstwhile DOEACC)10.7NIELIT:..It is a registered scientific society of the Department, which accredits institutes/organisations for conducting courses particularly in the non-formal sector of IT Education and Training. It is also engaged in the development of Industry oriented quality education and training in the state-of-the-art-areas, establish standards to be the country's premier institution for Examination and Certification in the field of ICT. Its budget provision includes provisions under Scheduled Castes Sub Plan (SCSP) and Tribal Sub Plan (TSP) to the tune of..`.1 crore and 2 crore respectively..
Promotion of Electronics/IT Hardware Manufacturing100Promotion of Electronics / IT Hardware Manufacturing:..The government has identified growth of electronics and IT hardware manufacturing sector as a thrust area, which is manifested in the form of new National Policy on Electronics to accelerate promotion of electronics and IT hardware manufacturing in the country.
National Knowledge Network261National Knowledge Network:..The scheme has been initiated for establishing the National Knowledge Network with multiple gigabit bandwidth to connect Knowledge Institutions across the country.Its budget provision includes provisions under Scheduled Castes Sub Plan (SCSP) and Tribal Sub Plan (TSP) to the tune of..`.8 crore and..`.25 crore respectively
Media Lab Asia7Media Lab Asia:..Media Lab Asia is Section 25 Company with an aim to bring the benefits of the most advanced information and communication technologies to the common man and the needy people.
Controller of Certifying Authorities(CCA)8Controller of Certifying Authorities (CCA):..Office of Controller of Certifying Authorities (CCA) has been created under Section 17 of the Information Technology Act, 2000. Office of CCA has various functions which includes licensing, supervising and monitoring of the Certifying Authorities, Certifying the Public Keys of the Certifying Authorities and to create awareness generation programmes on Digital Signatures/PKI. The licensed Certifying Authorities issues Digital Signatures Certificates to the various subscribers which are being used in various e-Governance enabled applications, the major use is in e-filing for company registration, filing of Income Tax Returns, e-tendering/e-procurement, e-IPO, e-mail signing & encryption, e-banking and e-authentication.
Actuals Recoveries0
National e-Governance Action Plan (NeGAP)800National E-Governance Action Plan (NeGAP):..Consequent upon restructuring of Centrally Sponsored Schemes in the 12th Plan, NeGAP has been recognised as the one to render Additional Central Assistance (ACA) to States/UTs. Its initiative includes establishment of State Data Centres, creating Capacity Building across the States, providing intergrated and enhanced access to Government services.