Tracking India's Social Sector Budgets

How does the government of India spend its money?

Expenditures lie at the core of state accountability. Yet in India, we have remarkably little accessible information on government spending. To bridge this gap, we produce Budget briefs (BB): easy to understand 4 page analysis of GOI expenditure for public services. Each BB is accompanied by visual interpretations of the underlying data, contributed by individuals who love data. If you are one of them, go ahead, download our datasets and send us your interpretation.
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Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, GOI 2014-15 (NEW)

Budget Briefs 09-11

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