ISLAMABAD - In order to finalise developmental outlay including Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) for the next fiscal year 2010-11, the Annual Plan Coordination Committee (APCC) will meet today (Friday). According to sources, APCC will meet under the chair of Dr Nadeem-ul-Haq, Deputy Chairman Planning Commission, to finalise the developmental outlay that is expected to be worth Rs 659.932 billion for the coming fiscal year against the allocation of Rs 646 billion for the fiscal year 2009-10 showing an increase of over Rs 13 billion. The total size of PSDP further comprises Rs 328.3 billion as federal component, Earthquake Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Authority (ERRA), Rs 10 billion, and Rs 321.6 billion for provinces, the sources added. The proposed federal components of PSDP 2010-11 are: social sector, Rs 162.9 billion; infrastructure, Rs 153.7 billion; and production supporting, Rs 11.7 billion. The Government has made proposed allocations, as 88 percent for ongoing projects and 12 percent for new approved and unapproved developmental projects. The proposed Federal Ministries allocations in the PSDP 2010-11 are: Water and Power, Rs 31.4 billion; Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC), Rs 18.5 billion; Finance, Rs 14.244 billion; Railways, Rs 14 billion; Planning and Development , Rs 10.613 billion; Higher Education Commission, Rs 18.5 billion; Health, Rs 19.698 billion; Food and Agriculture, Rs 12 billion; Industries and Production, Rs 3.412 billion; Education, Rs 5 billion; Interior, Rs 8 billion; Defence, Rs 5.681 billion; Housing and Works, Rs 3.683 billion; Cabinet, Rs 4.624 billion. More allocations for Federal Ministries are: Population Welfare, Rs 5.7 billion; Science and Technology Research, Rs 2 billion; Livestock and Dairy Development , Rs 1.076 billion; Law and Justice, Rs 1.5 billion; Environment, Rs 1.55 billion; Special Initiatives, Rs 2.270 billion; Revenue, Rs 1.5 billion; Petroleum and Natural Resources, Rs 0.757 billion; Information Technology and Telecom, Rs 0.680 billion; Defence Production, Rs 1.494 billion; Commerce, Rs 0.576 billion; Communication (other than National Highway Authority), 0.155 billion; Ports and Shipping, Rs 0.630 billion; Pakistan Nuclear Regulatory Authority, Rs 0.285 billion; Women Development , Rs 0.176 billion; Social Welfare and Special Education, Rs 0.1 billion; Labour and Manpower, Rs 80 million; Local Government and Rural Development , Rs 100 million; Tourism, Rs 90 million; Foreign Affairs, Rs 50 million; Narcotics Control, Rs 668 million; Establishment, Rs 139 million; Culture, Rs 230 million; Sports, Rs 279 million; Youth Affairs, Rs 50 million; Information and Broadcasting, Rs 566 million; Textile Industry, Rs 200 million; Statistics, Rs 100 million; Postal Services, Rs 220 million; and Economic Affairs, Rs 15 million.