India's space arm ISRO) has now started preparations for Chandrayaan-3. For this, the organization has demanded Rs 75 crore from the center. This amount is different from ISRO's current budget, so that ISRO will execute its third ambitious moon mission.
According to media reports, ISRO is planning to launch Chandrayaan-3 in November 2020. With the help of this mission, ISRO will try to continue its search process predetermined during Chandrayaan-2.
For your information, let us tell you that for Chandrayaan-3, ISRO has demanded this amount under the provisions of the supplementary budget for the current financial year. Out of this, 60 crores will be spent in machinery, equipment and other capital work. Whereas, the remaining Rs 15 crore has been demanded as revenue expenditure.
For the current financial year, funds have been demanded under the provisions of the supplementary budget. Of this, 60 crore rupees will be for "expenditure incurred for machinery, equipment and other capital expenditure", while the remaining 15 crore rupees have been sought under revenue expenditure. The amount that ISRO has demanded for Chandrayaan-3 is about 11 percent of its total budget. Let us tell you that for the year 2019-2020, the total budget of ISRO is 666 crores.