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query1:-
Select expen.schemeno, sum(expen.amount) as Premonth,sch_mas.disp,sch_mas.sch_amount,
 sch_mas.san_no , CONVERT(varchar, sch_mas.sdate, 106)as schdate  from [dbo].[expen] inner join
  sch_mas on expen.schemeno=sch_mas.sch_no  where schemeno='W2/2013/11516' and exp_date<'2013-04-01' and 
  passingDate is not null group by sch_mas.disp, expen.schemeno,sch_mas.sch_amount,sch_mas.sdate,sch_mas.san_no


Query2:-
Select monyr, SUM(expen.amount) as expenamt,schemeno from expen  where exp_date>'2013-03-31' and exp_date<'2014-03-31' and schemeno='W2/2013/11516' group by monyr,schemeno


What I have tried:

combined two  queries in one result with different columns and conditions
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Updated 5-May-18 23:32pm
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If the columns in both queries would be identical you could use UNION (Transact-SQL) | Microsoft Docs[^] . But since the result sets differ this is not possible.

However, depending on your situation you could take advantage the fact that a single SQL Server batch can actually return multiple result sets. For example if you execute multiple queries in a single batch in SSMS, you get all the results in separate grids. Many of the client programming languages are capable of consuming multiple results from a single SQL Server batch. For more information, see Using Multiple Active Result Sets (MARS) | Microsoft Docs[^].
   

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