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Exhibition 1 Essay

864 words - 4 pages

Exhibit 1: Percentage location of budget for individual head (Original and Revised)
Sl No.

Budget head

Original Budget

Revised Budget

Percentage of total budget (Original)

Percentage of total budget (Revised)

1

Material Development

12478600

25877928

13.9

28.8

2

Translation

351000

281846

0.4

0.3

3

Training

12500000

9853675

13.9

10.9

4

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5

15.1

6

Distribution

4380000

4550034

4.9

5.1

7

CEE cost

11197200

12537645

12.4

13.9

8

Paryavaran Ambassador

1350000

400000

1.5

0.4

9

Media

2800000

2874293

3.1

3.2

10

Others**

3930600

8291367

4.4

9.2

Total

90000000

90000000

100

100

*All figures presented above are in INR.** Others comprised travel, meetings, office expenses and contingencies.Exhibit 2: Percentage of budget utilized and remaining
Sl No.

Budget head

Expenses

Percentage of budget utilized

Percentage of budget remaining

1

Material Development

5468418

21.1

78.9

2

Translation

317089

112.5

-12.5

3

Training

3955745

40.1

59.9

4

Event

5262179

45.0

55.0

5

Support Agency

4256068

31.2

68.8

6

Distribution

899935

19.8

80.2

7

CEE cost

12208403

97.4

2.6

8

Paryavaran Ambassador

0

0.0

100.0

9

Media

1953572

68.0

32.0

10

Others**

4290937

51.8

48.2

Total

38612346

42.9

57.1

*All figures presented above are in INR.

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