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Budgetary procedure in India

The budgetary procedure in India involves four different operations that are

  • Preparation of the budget
  • Enactment of the budget
  • Execution of the budget
  • Parliamentary control over finance

Preparation of the budget

The exercise of the preparation of the budget by the ministry of finance starts sometimes around in the month of September every year. There is a budget Division of the Department of Economic affair of the ministry of finance for this purpose.

The ministry of finance compiles and coordinates the estimates of the expenditure of different ministers and departments and prepare an estimate or a plan outlay.

Estimates of plan outlay are scrutinized by the Planning Commission. The budget proposals of finance ministers are examined by the finance ministry who has the power of making changes in them with the consultation of the prime minister.

Enactment of the budget

Once the budget is prepared, it goes to the parliament for enactment and legislation. The budget has to pass through the following stages:

  • The finance minister presents the budget in the Lok Sabha. He makes his budget in the Lok Sabha. Simultaneously, the copy of the budget is laid on the table of the Rajya Sabha. Printed copies of the budget are distributed among the members of the parliament to go through the details of the budgetary provisions.
  • The finance bill is presented to the parliament immediately after the presentation of the budget. Finance Bill relates to the proposals regarding the imposition of new taxes, modification on the existing taxes or the abolition of the old taxes.
  • The proposals on revenue and expenditure are discussed in the Parliament. Members of the Parliament actively take part in the discussion.
  • Demands for grants are presented to the Parliament along with the budget These demands for grants show that the estimates of the expenditure for various departments and they need to be voted by the Parliament.
  • After the demands for grants are voted by the parliament, the Appropriation Bill is introduced, considered and passed by the appropriation of the Parliament. It provides the legal authority for withdrawal of funds of what is known as the Consolidated Fund of India.
  • After the passing of the appropriation bill, finance bill is discussed and passed. At this stage, the members of the parliament can suggest and make some amendments which the finance minister can approve or reject.
  • Appropriation bill and Finance bill are sent to Rajya Sabha. The Rajya Sabha is required to send back these bills to the Lok Sabha within fourteen days with or without amendments. However, Lok Sabha may or may not accept the bill.
  • Finance Bill is sent to the President for his assent. The bill becomes the statue after presidents’ sign. The president does not have the power to reject the bill.

Execution of the budget

  • Once the finance and appropriation bill is passed, execution of the budget starts. The executive department gets a green signal to collect the revenue and start spending money on approved schemes.
  • Revenue Department of the ministry of finance is entrusted with the responsibility of collection of revenue. Various ministries are authorized to draw the necessary amounts and spend them.
  • For this purpose, the Secretary of minister’s acts as the chief accounting authority.
  • The accounts of the various ministers are prepared as per the laid down procedures in this regard. These accounts are audited by the Comptroller and Auditor General of India.

Parliament Control over Finance

  • There is a prescribed procedure by which the Finance Bill and the Appropriation Bill are presented, debated and passed.
  • The Parliament being sovereign gives grants to the executive, which makes demands. These demands can be of varieties like the demands for grants, supplementary grants, additional grants, etc.
  • The estimates of expenditure, other than those specified for the Consolidated Fund of India, are presented to the Lok Sabha in the form of demands for grants.
  • The Lok Sabha has the power to assent to or to reject, any demand, or to assent to any demand, subject to a reduction of the amount specified. After the conclusion of the general debate on the budget, the demands for grants of various ministries are presented to the Lok Sabha.
  • Formerly, all demands were introduced by the finance minister; but, now, they are formally introduced by the ministers of the concerned departments. These demands are not presented to the Rajya Sabha, though a general debate on the budget takes place there too.
  • The Constitution provides that the Parliament may make a grant for meeting an unexpected demand upon the nation’s resources, when, on account of the magnitude or the indefinite character of the service, the demand cannot be stated with the details ordinarily given in the annual financial statement.
  • An Appropriation Act is again essential for passing such a grant. It is intended to meet specific purposes, such as for meeting war needs.



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