CBEC Achieves Nearly 80.74% of Budget Estimate Up-to January, 2012 in the Current Fiscal;

Would be Able to Achieve the Overall Target of Rs. 3,92,908 Crore of Current Fiscal

           The Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC) has been able to achieve nearly 80.74% of Budget Estimate up-to the month of January, 2012 in the current fiscal year. At the present rate of growth, CBEC should be able to achieve the target of Rs.3,92,908 Crores.

The revenue position for and up-to the month of January, 2012 is as follows:

(Rs. in Crore)

 

Head

 

For January

% Growth for Jan.

April-January

% Cumulative Growth

2010-11 2011-12 2010-11 2011-12

Customs

11,117

11,393

2.5%

110,109

124,063

12.7%

*Central      Excise

12,458

12,319

-1.1%

110,277

117,730

6.8%

Service Tax

5,764

7,734

34.2%

55,121

75,440

36.9%

 

Total

 

29,339

31,446

7.2%

275,507

317,233

15.1%

*Exclusive of Cess not administered by CBEC (D/o Revenue).

              The overall growth in indirect tax revenue collections during the month of January, 2012 is around 7.2%. However the progressive growth during April-January of current fiscal year has shown 15.1% over the corresponding period of last financial year. The growth in Central Excise revenue has been negative for January, 2012. However, the overall growth in Central Excise Revenue up to January, 2012 is 6.8% showing a positive trend.  The Service Tax revenue collections continues to be buoyant and has shown 34.2% growth during January, 2012. The Customs growth has been 2.5% during the month of January, 2012, though the overall growth up to January, 2012 has been 12.7%.

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