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Union Budget 2022-23 PDF Summary

Hey everyone, here we are offering all Budget 2022 PDF. The Union budget provides a boost to growth at the macroeconomic level with a focus on all-inclusive prosperity at the microeconomic level. The Union Budget 2022-23 was presented by the Minister of Finance and Corporate Affairs Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman in parliament today.

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the budget for 2022-2023 on Tuesday. Nothing has changed with regard to the income tax assessment notice in this 2022 Budget, but no changes have been made to it either. What has the finance minister announced (Budget 2022 India Highlights) on education, health, farmers and taxes.

Union Budget 2022 PDF

  • Agriculture
    1. €2.37 lakh crore direct payment to 1.63 crore farmers for the purchase of wheat and paddy rice.
    2. Chemical Free Natural farming should be promoted across the province. The first focus is on agricultural land in 5 km wide corridors along the Ganges River.
    3. NABARD facilitates a mixed capital fund to fund agricultural and rural business startups.
    4. Kisan Drones’ for crop assessment, digitization of land registrations, spraying insecticides and nutrients.
  • Tax returns can now be reviewed for omissions and errors, including undeclared income. The changes can be made through a one-time window up to two years from the end of the tax year upon payment of tax.
  • road transport
    • National Highways Network will be expanded by 25000 km in 2022-23.
    • Rs 20000 Crore to be Mobilized for National Highways Network Expansion
  • Skills Development
    • Digital Ecosystem for Skilling and Livelihood (DESH-Stack e-portal) will be launched to empower citizens to develop, upskill or upskill through online training.
    • Startups are promoted to facilitate ‘Drone Shakti’ and for Drone-As-A-Service (DrAAS).
  • Education sector
    1. One PM eVIDYA class-one TV channel program is expanded to 200 TV channels.
    2. Virtual labs and skills e-labs are set up to promote critical thinking skills and a simulated learning environment.
    3. High-quality e-content will be developed for delivery via digital teachers.
    4. World-class digital university for universal education with a personalized learning experience to be built.
  • Health sector
    1. An open platform for the rollout of the National Digital Health Ecosystem.
    2. National Tele Mental Health Program’ for high-quality mental health care is launched.
    3. A network of 23 excellent tele-mental health centers will be established, with NIMHANS as the hub and the International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore (IIITB) providing technological support.
  • €48,000 crore allocated for the completion of 80 lakh houses in 2022-23 under Prime Minister Awas Yojana.
  • €60,000 crore allocated to cover 3.8 crore households in 2022-23 under Har Ghar, Nal se Jal.
  • Unique parcel identification number for IT-based land registration management.
  • Design-driven manufacturing plan is launched to build a strong ecosystem for 5G as part of the Production Linked Incentive Scheme.
  • Surcharge on the transfer of any long-term capital gains is capped at 15 percent.
  • Lower mark-up for unlisted shares from 28.5% to 23% – In a move that will facilitate the exit from startups and Unicorns, the Treasury Secretary announced a cut in the surcharge on unlisted shares from 28.5 percent to 23 percent.
  • A new digital rupee powered by blockchain technology will be issued by the Reserve Bank of India from 2022-23.
  • Customs on cut diamonds, precious stones cut up to 5%. Only cut diamonds are exempt. In order to facilitate the export of jewelry via e-commerce, simplified rules will come into effect in June this year.
  • GST gross collections for the month of January 2022 are Rs 1.40.986 crore – the highest since the start of the tax: Finance Minister Nirmala
  • India’s economic growth is estimated at 9.2% to be the highest among all major economies.
  • 60 lakh new jobs are being created under the productivity incentive scheme in 14 sectors.
  • PLI schemes have the potential to create an additional production of Rs 30 lakh crore.

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