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Context: India continues to rank poorly in various global indices such as the Human Development Index, the Global Hunger Index and others. But, despite this, the budget has put less emphasis on the social sector like health, education and food security.
Present condition of Indian economic growth
Key allocations provided to the social sector in the Budget 2022-23
School Education: The government acknowledged learning challenges created by the closure of schools. Yet, the government announced an expansion of the ‘ one class, one TV channel‘ scheme instead of allocations of school. The government needs to focus on school infrastructure, teachers vacancies, etc.
Public Health System: Despite the pandemic, the budget for the department of health and family welfare has gone up only 16%. Even, the budget for jal jeevan mission increased to 60,000 crores, only 44% of allocated funds were spent as of December 2021. Also, the budget for water and sanitation should not be clubbed with health.
How less allocation of resources can affect the social sector?
By: Shubham Tiwari ProfileResourcesReport error
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