Latest Govt Atomic Energy Allocated Rs. 25.5 Billion in the Next Budget 2022-23
Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) has been allotted a budget of Rs. 25.5 billion for the fiscal 12 months 2022-23.
The three new schemes consist of the up-gradation of the Institute of Nuclear Medicine and Oncology (INMOL), up-gradation of the Atomic Energy Medical Centre (AEMC), and up-gradation of NIMRA Cancer Hospital. The amounts of Rs. Zero.Five billion, Rs. 1 billion, and Rs. 0.6 billion were allocated for the schemes, respectively.
The finances allocated for the 15 ongoing schemes of the commission is Rs. 23.Four billion. The maximum high-priced task is the Karachi Coastal Power Plant, for which an quantity of Rs. 15.8 billion has been allocated. The task turned into authorized by way of the Executive Committee of the National Economic Committee (ECNEC) in 2013, and an amount of Rs. 958.729 billion has already been spent at the strength plant. A important portion of the fee was paid via overseas useful resource.
Other extensive PAEC initiatives for FY23 consist of the up-gradation of KIRAN Cancer health facility, the established order of Atomic Energy Commission Hospital (AEHC), and the up-gradation of Bahawalpur Institute for Nuclear Oncology (BINO).