Sisodia said the Outcome Budget 2017-18 breaks down the performance of each major scheme and programme of the Delhi government into two indicators - output indicator, which speaks about what are the services or infrastructure that government departments are required to be provided, and outcome indicators, which tell exactly how did the people benefit from that scheme.
As many as 1,000 indoor display boards will be installed in government buildings to display information on air pollution levels.
The budget has gone up from Rs 30,900 crore to Rs 53,000 crore in three years, since the AAP government took over in the national capital. Subsidy of up to Rs 5,000 per tandoor to restaurants to replace coal tandoors with electricity or gas-based tandoors. Rs 15 crore has been allocated to Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights to evaluate and rank government schools.
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The 26 initiatives listed out by the government in this year's budget also included procuring 1,000 electric buses, introduction of 905 feeder electric buses meant for last mile connectivity from Metro stations and expansion of eligibility criteria for e-rickshaw subsidy that have also figured in the budgets of past governments. The government will also give incentives to farmers to install solar panels. He said the number of average students in technical institutions which used to be 5000 had now come down to 3718, and the number has slumped from 760 to 441 in polytechnics and from 665 to 341 at the World Skill Centre. The total allocation for education comes up to Rs 13,997 crore, and is the highest among all sectors. "It is very odd that the Aam Aadmi Party in every budget claimed that 1500 new buses would be added to the "Delhi Transport Corporation" fleet, 1000 Mohalla Clinics would be established, CCTV cameras will be setup and free Wi-Fi would be provided but nothing came on the ground", he said.
The study will be a part of a 26-point programme to control pollution in Delhi.
A sum of Rs 175 crore was allotted for installing 1.2 lakh CCTV cameras in all government schools, which would enable parents to view online their children's activities in the classroom.
The government has proposed to launch a universal health insurance scheme with an outlay of Rs100 crore.