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2 STATISTICAL POCKET BOOK India (Combined Issue 2006 & 2007) 45th Edition CENTRAL STATISTICAL ORGANISATION MINISTRY OF STATISTICS AND PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION GOVERNMENT OF INDIA, NEW DELHI Statistical Pocket Book India 2006 & 2007

3 Not for Scale Statistical Pocket Book India 2006 &

4 FOREWORD Central Statistical Organisation (CSO) in the Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation (MOS&PI) is the nodal agency for the integrated development of official statistical system of the Country, has been compiling and disseminating statistical data on various aspects to Government, Semi-government, international bodies and private data users/agencies. The statistics collected by CSO on various socio economic indicators are useful to planners and researchers and other national and international agencies. The data thus collected are disseminated through various reports/publications brought out by the Ministry and also by its website ( The Statistical Pocket Book, India is one such publications. It is being brought out since The present issue of the publication viz. Statistical Pocket Book, th India (Combined issue 2006 & 2007), which is the 45 edition in the series gives data on various socio economic trends prevailing in the country on an All India basis. The publication contains data for the latest 3 years besides the data for the base year as for comparative purposes. The entire datasets have been abridged in 27 chapters each chapter containing no. of tables. 3. As in the past, the data for the publication have been provided by various Ministries/Departments of the Central Government besides other agencies. Wherever necessary, these have been supplemented by culling out information from official publications and reports including those from the UN and other International agencies. The CSO is thankful for the continuous and generous cooperation extended by them in providing the desired data to enable the organisation to bring out this publication in the present form. 4. Data collection, its validation, compilation and updation, presentation of charts/graphs and generation of the manuscript have been carried out in the Research and Publication Unit. The officers and staff of the Unit have done a commendable job in bringing out this publication under the over all guidance of Shri P.K. Ray, Additional Director General, Dr. V.K. Malhotra, Deputy Director General, Smt. Pravin Horo Singh, Director, Dr. Praveen Shukla, Joint Director assisted by Shri R.P. Srivastava, Assistant Director (Graphics). Statistical Pocket Book India 2006 &

5 5. This is a combined issue for 2006 & I hope the publication would be useful inter alia to Planners, Policy makers, Research workers and academicians. Comments/suggestions for further improvement in the content and quality of the publication would be highly appreciated. The same may please be sent to the Deputy Director General (RPU), Research & Publication Unit, West Block-8, Wing-6 (Ground floor), New Delhi (Telephone no and fax no. are and ). October, 2007 New Delhi Dr. S.K. Nath Director General Central Statistical Organisation Statistical Pocket Book India 2006 &

6 OFFICERS AND STAFF OF RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION UNIT ASSOCIATED WITH THE PUBLICATION Additional Director General Shri P. K. Ray Deputy Director General Dr. V.K. Malhotra Director Smt. Pravin Horo Singh, Joint Director Dr. Praveen Shukla Senior Statistical Officer Shri Raj Lal Statistical Officers Shri J.N. Ram, Shri Abhimanyu Lenka Investigators Shri Vipin Kumar, Shri K.K. Meena, Shri Nawalesh Kumar Sinha Assistant Director(Graphics) Shri Rajendra Prasad Srivastava Senior Artist Shri Jaini Prakash Junior Artist Shri Radhakrishna Rao Research and Publication Unit Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation West Block-8, Wing-6, R.K.Puram, New Delhi Telephone: , Telefax: Web site: Statistical Pocket Book India 2006 & 2007

7 Section/Table CONTENTS I. AREA AND POPULATION Page 1.1 Some demographic facts 1.2 Area and population by States : 2001 Census 1.3 Population characteristics 1.4 Percentage distribution of workers by industrial categories 1.5 Distribution of population by age-group and sex : 2001 Census 1.6 Estimated mid-year population 1.7 Population of cities/urban agglomeration : 2001 census II. LABOUR 2.1 Employment in public and private sector establishments 2.2 Industry-wise employment in public and private sector establishments 2.3 Employment in Railways 2.4 Estimates employment in insurance 2.5 Factory employment 2.6 (A) Average per capita annual earnings of workers in manufacturing Industries covered under the payment of wages act, (B) Average per capita annual earnings of workers in manufacturing Industries covered under the payment of wages act, Average daily employment in mines 2.8 Average daily employment in plantations 2.9 Estimated employment in banking 2.10 Employment exchanges 2.11 Industrial disputes 2.12 Absenteeism in selected industries 2.13 Trade unions III. EDUCATION AND MASS MEDIA 3.1 Number of educational institutions 3.2 Number of scholars by stage of education 3.3 Students on roll at the school/university stage 3.4 Literacy in India 3.5 Number of cinemas 3.6 Number of newspapers IV. MEDICAL CARE AND VITAL STATISTICS 4.1 Number of hospitals, dispensaries, beds(all types)and medical Practitioners 4.2 Birth, death and infant mortality rates 4.3 Progress of family welfare programme (I)

8 V. NATIONAL PRODUCT AND RELATED AGGREGATES 5.1 National product, consumption, saving and capital formation 5.2(A) Gross domestic product by economic activity (at current prices) 5.2(B) Net domestic product by economic activity (at current prices) 5.3(A) Gross domestic product by economic activity (at prices) 5.3(B) Net domestic product by economic activity (at prices) 5.4 Private final consumption expenditure by object (at current prices) 5.5 Private final consumption expenditure by object (at prices) 5.6 Domestic saving by type of institution (at current prices) 5.7 Capital formation by type of assets and by type of institutions (at current prices) 5.8 Capital formation by type of assets and by type of institutions (at prices) 5.9 Performance of public sector (at current prices) 5.10 Performance of public sector (at prices) 5.11 Per capita net state domestic product(at current prices) 5.12 Per capita net state domestic product (at prices) VI. AGRICULTURE 6.1 Land utilisation statistics 6.2 Estimated number of operational holdings and area operated by size of holdings: Area under principal crops 6.4 Production of principal crops 6.5 Average yield of principal crops 6.6 Index number of area under crops (Base: Triennium ending =100) 6.7 Index number of agricultural production (Base: Triennium ending =100) 6.8 Index number of agricultural yield (Base: Triennium ending =100) 6.9 Availability of food grains 6.10 Per capita net availability of food grains 6.11 Per capita availability of certain important articles of consumption 6.12 Net and gross area irrigated 6.13 Co-operative societies VII. LIVESTOCK, POULTRY AND FISHERY 7.1 Census of livestock and poultry 7.2 Fish-catch and disposal VIII. MINING 8.1 Production of principal minerals 8.2 Value of Production of principal minerals 8.3 Index number of mineral production (Base : =100) IX. INDUSTRY (II)

9 9.1 Production of selected items of major manufacturing industries 9.2 Index number of industrial production (Base: =100) 9.3 Annual survey of industries- Factory sector Summary results 9.4 Annual survey of industries: Capital and output factory sector & Annual survey of industries: Employment and value added -Statewise : Factory sector & Performance of Small Scale Industries Sector X. FUEL AND POWER 10.1 Primary source of energy (production) 10.2 Production and distribution of raw coal & lignite 10.3 Electricity: Installed generating capacity - All India 10.4 Electricity: Installed generating capacity - by States 10.5 Electricity: Generated and sold 10.6 Electricity: Purchased as per classification NIC-98-4 digit industries 10.7 Rural electrification in India XI. FOREIGN TRADE 11.1 Value of foreign trade in merchandise and treasure 11.2 Imports of foreign merchandise by principal commodities 11.3 Value of principal imports (percentage distribution) 11.4 Value of imports of foreign merchandise by principal countries 11.5 Quantum index of imports 11.6 Unit value index of imports 11.7 Exports of Indian merchandise by principal commodities 11.8 Value of principal exports (percentage distribution) 11.9 Value of exports of Indian merchandise by principal countries Quantum index of exports Unit value index of exports XII. TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATIONS AND TOURISM 12.1 Railways- General statistics 12.2 Railways - Wagon loadings by commodities (broad gauge) 12.3 Railways - Wagon loadings by commodities(metre gauge) 12.4 Total road length by surface 12.5 Number of registered motor vehicles 12.6 Number of persons killed and injured by motor vehicle accidents 12.7 Civil Aviation- Domestic services 12.8 Civil Aviation- International services 12.9 Shipping- Strength of Indian shipping fleet Shipping- Number and tonnage of vessels entered (all major ports) Shipping- Cargo handled at major ports Posts, telegraphs & telephones- Traffic and earnings Number of foreign tourists to India by country of nationality XIII. BANKING AND CURRENCY (III)

10 13.1 Reserve Bank of India - Issue department 13.2 Reserve Bank of India - Banking department 13.3 Scheduled commercial banks - Business in India 13.4 Ownership of banks deposits (Indian and foreign) by Economic sector 13.5 Number of offices and aggregate deposits of commercial banking companies 13.6 Distribution of commercial bank offices (scheduled and non-scheduled banks) 13.7 Distribution of outstanding credit of scheduled commercial banks according to occupation 13.8 Outstanding advances of public sector banks to agriculture, small scale industries etc State Co-operative Banks Money stock measures (new series) Sources of money stock (M3) Money rates in India XIV. PUBLIC FINANCE 14.1 Overall budgetary position of Government of India 14.2 Central government receipts-major component 14.3 Major heads of capital receipts of the central government a) Major heads of expenditure of the central government b) Major heads of Developmental and Non-Developmental Expenditure of the Central Govt Overall consolidated budgetary position of State Governments 14.6 Revenue and capital budgets of the States 14.7 Revenue and expenditure of States (revenue account) 14.8 Capital budget of State governments 14.9 Tax revenue of the Centre, States and Union Territories as percentage of National Product at factor cost Debt position of Central and State Governments Small savings XV. INCOME-TAX 15.1 Revenue collection from Direct and Indirect Taxes 15.2 Revenue collection from Total Tax Revenue 15.3 Direct Taxes(IT&OT) collection-pre Assessment and Post Assessment Scenario 15.4 Cost of Collection of Taxes 15.5 Number of Effective Assessees XVI. BALANCE OF PAYMENTS 16.1 Overall balance of payments - Current account Overall balance of payments - Capital account Financing of payment deficits by plan periods 16.4 Foreign exchange reserves 16.5 External assistance - authorization and utilization classified by source (IV)

11 XVII. STATUTORY FINANCIAL CORPORATIONS 17.1 Industrial Finance Corporation of India Ltd.-Financial assistance to industries 17.2 Industrial Finance Corporation of India Ltd.- (Liabilities and assets) 17.3 (A) State Financial corporations (Liabilities and assets) (B) State Financial corporations (Liabilities and assets) (C) State Financial corporations (Liabilities and assets) (D) State Financial corporations (Liabilities and assets) XVIII. JOINT STOCK COMPANIES 18.1 Companies (limited by shares) at work, liquidated & struck off and newly registered companies 18.2 Capital raised from Public by non-government, non-financial Companies by issue of prospectuses 18.3 Foreign Direct Investment - Country-wise 18.4 Foreign Direct Investment stocks - Industry-wise XIX. INSURANCE 19.1 Gross direct premium on business in India of Indian insurers in Public Sector 19.2 Progress of life insurance -Public Sector 19.3 Investment of life insurance funds 19.4 (A) Progress of general insurance Public Sector 19.4 (B) Assets of Indian general insurance Public Sector XX. PRICES 20.1 Index number of wholesale prices (By major groups and sub-groups) (Base: =100) 20.2 Index number of consumer prices - Industrial workers (Base: 1982=100) 20.3 Index number of consumer prices - Agricultural labourers (Base: =100) 20.4 Index number of consumer prices - Urban non-manual employees (Base: =100) XXI. FIVE YEAR PLANS 21.1 Plan outplay and actual expenditure by heads of development-public sector 21.2 Financial resources for the Plans 21.3 Plan resources realised of centre and state 21.4 Financing pattern of Tenth plan of public sector outlay (V)

12 XXII. ACCIDENTAL DEATHS AND SUICIDES 22.1 Number of accidental deaths by causes 22.2 Number of suicides XXIII. CLIMATE 23.1 Mean maximum and mean minimum temperature(at selected centres) 23.2 Annual rainfall XXIV. ELECTORAL STATISTICS 24.1 General elections to Lok Sabha : Number of persons contested and elected in various General Elections-Lok Sabha 24.3 Composition/Allocation of seats in the Rajya Sabha XXV. LOCAL BODIES 25.1 Current income and expenditure of local authorities 25.2 Number of Districts, DRDAs, Zilla Parishads, Blocks and villages Inhabited & un-inhabited in the country 25.3 Number of Panchayats and elected representatives in the three levels of Panchayats, States/UTs as on Ist December, XXVI. MISCELLANEOUS 26.1 State level differentials of selected characteristics XXVII. INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS 27.1 Area and population : Estimates of per capita gross national product at current prices 27.3 Area and production of selected crops 27.4 Production of selected industries 27.5 World trade 27.6 Strength of merchant shipping fleet Gross national product, per capita GNP and agriculture's share in GDP Explanatory Notes List of prices Publications of Central Statistical Organisation (CSO) Inner side of back cover page The following symbols have been used.. Not available - Nil, negligible or not applicable P Provisional NA Not Applicable (VI)

13 LIST OF CHARTS / MAP Sl.No. Chart Facing Page Map of India Estimated mid-year population Employment in public and private sector establishments Students on roll at school/university stage Number of Newspapers Medical Care and Vital Statistics Per Capita Net National Product Net domestic product by economic activity Land Utilisation Operational holdings and area operated Index of area under crops Index number of agricultural production Index number of mineral production Index number of industrial production Annual Survey of Industries-factory sector Electricity-installed capacity, generation and sale Rural Electrification of India Foreign trade Foreign trade by countries Railways Shipping - strength of Indian shipping fleet Shipping cargo handled at major ports Money stock measures Joint stock companies at work Index number of wholesale prices-all Commodities Index of Whole sale prices : manufactured products etc. Index number of consumer prices Incidence of accidental deaths and suicides. (VII)

14 CONVERSION FACTORS I. STANDARDS OF WEIGHTS 1 gram 1 Kilogram 1 metric ton 1 quintal grains lb. avdp long ton lb. avdp. II. STANDARDS OF LENGTH AND CAPACITY 1 centimetre 1 metre 1 kilometre 1 sq. centimetre 1 sq. metre 1 hectare 1 sq. kilometre 1 litre inch yards mile sq. inch sq. yards acres sq. mile imp. quart or US quarts III. RAILWAYS AND AIR TRAFFIC STANDARDS 1 passenger kilometre 1 metric ton kilometre passenger mile long ton mile (VIII)

15 I. AREA AND POPULATION TABLE 1.1 SOME DEMOGRAPHIC FACTS (1) Item Unit Population of India Million * Female Population Percent * Rural Population Percent * Birth rate Per Death rate Per Working force (2) Percent ** Density of Persons Population (3) per sq.km * Literacy rate (4) Percent ** Annual exponential rate of growth (5) Percent Expectation of life at birth (6) Year *** For footnotes, please see next page. Source: Office of the Registrar General,India 1

16 I. AREA AND POPULATION TABLE 1.1 SOME DEMOGRAPHIC FACTS -Concld. Footnotes to Table 1.1 (1) Relates to Census data. (2) Figures for 1971 show 'workers' as classified by 'main activity'only,without taking into account the work formed as'secondary activity'.data for 1981 and 1991 excludes Assam and Jammu & Kashmir respectively. (3) Density has been worked out on the basis of comparable data. For this, entire area of Jammu and Kashmir under illegal occupation of Pakistan and China have been left out. In addition to this, in 1971 entire Jammu & Kashmir have been left out while in 1991 interpolated population of the State has been considered, as Census was not carried out there. (4) Excludes 0-4 age group for 1971 and 0-6 age group for 1981,1991 and Data for 1981and 1991 exclude Assam and Jammu and Kashmir respectively. (5) Relates to the decades preceding the year of the Census,e.g. the figures for 1971 refer to the period (6) Figure for 1971 relate to the period and are based on the respective life table The figures shown against 1981 & 1991 relate to the periods and respectively and have been estimated by using Age Specific Mortality Rates as reveal the Sample Registration System. + Includes projected population of Assam as projected by the Standing Committee of E Population Projections(Oct.1989). ++ Includes interpolated population of Jammu and Kashmir. +++ Includes interpolated population of Assam for *** Data relates to year * Includes estimated population o Paomata, Mao Maram and Purul sub-divisions of Sena district of Manipur for 2001 Census. ** Excludes figures of Paomata, Mao Maram and Purul sub-divisions of Senapati district Manipur for 2001 Census. 2

17 I. AREA AND POPULATION TABLE 1.2 AREA AND POPULATION BY STATES : 2001 CENSUS Area Population Density Sex %ge State/Union as on ('000) per ratio of Territory 1/3/2001 Total sq.km. (females/ Main (' workers sq.km.) males) States: Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhattishgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir *** Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur * 103* 974* 31.67** Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttaranchal Pradesh West Bengal For footnotes, please see next page. Contd 3

18 I. AREA AND POPULATION TABLE 1.2 AREA AND POPULATION BY STATES : 2001 CENSUS-concld. Area Population Density Sex %ge State/Union as on ('000) per ratio of Territory 1/3/2001 Total sq.km. (females/ Main (' worker sq.km.) males) Union Territories: A.& N.Islands Chandigarh D. & Nagar Haveli Daman & Diu Delhi Lakshadweep Pondicherry All India *** * 325* 933* 30.44** Source: Office of the Registrar General, India Note: *** Area figures include the area under unlawful occupation of Pakistan and China. The area include sq. km. under illegal occupation of Pakistan ; 5180 sq.km. illegally handed over by Pakistan to China and 37,555 sq. km. under illegal occupation of China in Leh (Ladakh) district. The area figures are provided by the Surveyor General of India. The area figures for India is 3287,263 Sq.Km. * Population, Density and Sex ratio includes estimated population of Paomata, Mao Maram and Puru sub-divisions of Senapati district of Manipur for ** Excludes figures of Paomata, Mao Maram and Purual sub-divisions of Senapati district of Manipur fo Population excludes area under unlawful occupation of Pakistan and China. While calculating density of India and Jammu & Kashmir, the area under lawful occupation of Pakista and China have been excluded. + Disputed area of 10 sq. km. is neither included in Madhya Pradesh nor in Chattisgarh state. ++ Disputed area of 13 sq.km. between Pondicherry and Andhra Pradesh is neither included in Pondicherry nor in Andhra Pradesh. 4

19 I. AREA AND POPULATION TABLE 1.3 POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS (1) Item Unit Population Million * 2.Percentage variation over the preceding census * 3.Sex ratio Females/ 000 males * 4.Percentage distribution (i) Rural population * (ii) Urban population Total (2) Million ** (i) Workers (3) (ii) Non-workers Percentage distribution (i) Workers (4) ** (ii) Non-workers ** Source: Office of the Registrar General, India (1) Relates to Census data. (2) The population totals shown here differ from the actuals shown against item 1as the classification of workers and non workers is not available for all the areas. (3) Includes 2.21 crore, 2.82 and 8.9 crore as 'marginal workers' in 1981, 1991 and 2001 respectively. (4) Includes 3.3 percent, 3.4 percent and 8.6 percent as `marginal workers' in 1981, 1991 and 2001 respectively. + Includes projected population of Assam as projected by the Standing Committee of E Population Projections(Oct.1989). ++ Due to the exclusion of work performed as 'secondary activity' from the criterion of economic activity at the time of 1971 Census;the figure is not strictly comparable with the earlier Censuses. * Includes estimated population of Paomata, Mao Maram and Purul sub-divisions of Se district of Manipur for 2001 Census. ** Excludes figures of Paomata, Mao Maram and Purul sub-divisions of Senapati distric Manipur for 2001 Census. Note: The items relating to workers (Item Nos. 5 & 6) exclude the figures for Assam and Jammu & Kashmir in 1981 & 1991 respectively. Other items include interpolated data for Assam in 1981 and for Jammu & Kashmir in

20 I. AREA AND POPULATION TABLE 1.4 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF WORKERS BY INDUSTRIAL CATEGORIES (1) Industrial categories * 2001 Agriculture and Allied Activities I.Cultivators ** II.Agricultural labourers ** III.Livestock,forestry,fishing hunting, plantations, orchards etc Non-Agricultural Activities ** IV.Mining & Quarrying V.Manufacturing (i) Household Industry (2) ** (ii) Other than Household Industry VI.Construction VII.Trade and Commerce VIII.Transport,Storage and Communication IX. Other Services Total Source: Office of the Registrar General,India (1) Relates to Census data. (2) Includes persons engaged in household activities under categories III & IV also. + Due to exclusion of work performed as'secondary activity' from the criterion of econom activity at the time of 1971 Census;the figures are not strictly comparable with the the earlier Censuses. ++ Excludes Assam. * Excludes Jammu & Kashmir. ** Excludes figures of Paomata, Mao Maram and Purul sub-divisions of Senapati district Manipur for 2001 Census. 6

21 I. AREA AND POPULATION TABLE 1.5 DISTRIBUTION OF POPULATION BY AGE-GROUP AND SEX : 2001 CENSUS ('000s) Age-group Male Female Total %age Age not stated All ages Source: Office of the Registrar General,India Notes: figures excludes Paomata, Mao Maram and Purul sub-divisions of Senapati distr of Manipur. 7

22 I. AREA AND POPULATION TABLE 1.6 ESTIMATED MID-YEAR POPULATION -State-wise & All India ('000 No.) as on Ist July State/Union Territory States: Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhatisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Jharkand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttaranachal West Bengal Contd 8

23 ESTIMATED MID-YEAR POPULATION AS ON 1st JULY ( 000 No.) ALL INDIA

24 I. AREA AND POPULATION TABLE 1.6 ESTIMATED MID-YEAR POPULATION -State-wise & All India-Concld. ('000 No.) as on Ist July State/Union Territory Union Territories: A. & N. Islands Chandigarh D. & N. Haveli Daman & Diu Delhi Lakshadweep Pondicherry All India Source: Projected Population based on the Final Population Totals, Primary Census Abstract, Census Abstract, Census of India 2001 Note 1: Excluding estimated Population of Mao Maram, Paomata and Purul sub-division Senapati district of Manipur for Note 2 : Includes interpolated Population of J & K for

25 I. AREA AND POPULATION TABLE 1.7 POPULATION OF CITIES/URBAN AGGLOMORATION : 2001 CENSUS (100,000 and above) State/City Population State/City Population Andhra Pradesh Andhra Pradesh-contd. 1 Hyderabad(M Corp.) Malkagiri (M) Visakhapatnam(M. Corp.) Eluru(M) Vijayawada(M. Corp.) Machilipatnam(M) Warangal(M Corp. ) Vizianagaram(M) Guntur(M Corp.) Khammam(M) Nellore (M) Kapra (M) Rajahmundry(M Corp.) Adoni(M) Kakinada(M) Tenali(M) Kukatpally (M) Serilingampally (M) Nizamabad(M) Nandyal(M) Kurnool(M Corp.) Chittoor(M) Lal Bahudur Nagar (M) Ongole(M) Gajuwaka (M) Proddatur(M) Ramagundam(M) Rajendranagar (M) Qutubullarpur(M) Bhimavaram(M) Tirupati(M) Mahbubnagar(M) Anantapur(M) Cuddapah(M) Secunderabad Cantonment 37 Hindupur(M) Board (CB) Uppal Kalan (M) Karimnagar(M) Guntakal(M) Contd 10

26 I. AREA AND POPULATION TABLE 1.7 POPULATION OF CITIES/URBAN AGGLOMORATION : 2001 CENSUS-contd. (100,000 and above) State/City Population State/City Population Andhra Pradesh-contd. Bihar-contd. 40 Gudivada(M) Chapra(M) Nalgonda (M) Katihar(M) Srikakulam(M) Purnia(M) Adilabad (M) Dinapur Nizamat (M) Dharmavaram (M) Sasaram (M) Tadepalligudem (M) Saharsa (M) Hajipur (M) Assam 16 Dehri(M) Guwahati ( M.Corp.) Bettiah (M) Silchar(MB) Siwan (M) Dibrugarh(MB) Motihari (M) Nagaon(MB) Bihar Chhattisgarh 1 Patna(M Corp.) Gaya(M Corp.) Raipur (M Corp.) Bhagalpur(M Corp.) Bhilai Nagar (M Corp.) Muzaffarpur( M.Corp.) Korba ( M Corp.) Darbhanga( M.Corp.) Bilaspur ( M Corp.) Bihar (M) Durg ( M Corp.) Arrah(M) Rajnandgaon (M Corp.) Munger(M) Raigarh ( M)

27 I. AREA AND POPULATION TABLE 1.7 POPULATION OF CITIES/URBAN AGGLOMORATION :2001 CENSUS-contd. (100,000 and above) State/City Population State/City Population Gujarat Gujarat-contd. 1 Ahmedabad(M Corp.) Palanpur (M) Surat(M Corp.) Ghatlodiya(M) Vadodara(M Corp.) Jetpur Navagadh (M) Rajkot(M Corp.) Botad (M) Bhavnagar(M Corp.) Kalol (M) Jamnagar(M Corp. ) Gandhinagar(NAC) Haryana 8 Nadiad(M) Faridabad (M Corp.) Junagadh(M) Rohtak(M CI) Surendranagar Dudhrej (M) Panipat(M CI) Gandhidham(M) Hisar(M CI) Bharuch(M) Sonipat(M CI) Morvi(M) Karnal(M CI) Veraval (M) Yamunanagar(M CI) Navsari(M) Gurgaon(M CI) Porbandar(M) Bhiwani(M CI) Anand(M) Sirsa(M CI) Godhra(M) Panchkula Urban Estate(EO Vejalpur (M) Ambala (M CI) Patan(M) Jind (M CI)

28 I. AREA AND POPULATION TABLE 1.7 POPULATION OF CITIES/URBAN AGGLOMORATION : 2001 CENSUS-contd. (100,000 and above) State/City Population State/City Population Haryana-contd. Jharkhand-contd. 14 Bahadurgarh (M CI) Mango (NA) Thanesar (M CI) Hazaribagh (M) Kaithal (M CI) Adityapur (NA) Ambala Sadar ( M CI) Jagadhari ( M CI) Karnataka 19 Palwal (M CI) Rewari ( M CI) Bangalore(M Corp.) Hubli-Dharwad(M Corp.) Himachal Pradesh 3 Mysore(M Corp.) Shimla (M Corp.) Gulbarga(M Corp.) Belgaum(M Corp.) Jammu & Kashmir 6 Mangalore(M Corp.) Davangere(CMC) Srinagar(MC) Bellary(CMC) Jammu(MC) Shimoga(CMC) Dasarahalli (CMC) Jharkhand 11 Tumkur(CMC) Bijapur(CMC) Ranchi (M Corp.) Raichur(CMC) Jamshedpur (NA) Bommanahalli ( CMC) Bokaro Steel city (CT) Krishnarajapura (CMC) Dhanbad (M) Byatarayanapura (CMC)

29 I. AREA AND POPULATION TABLE 1.7 POPULATION OF CITIES/URBAN AGGLOMORATION : 2001 CENSUS-contd. (100,000 and above) State/City Population State/City Population Karnataka Contd- Madhya Pradesh 17 Bidar (CMC) Hospet (CMC) Indore(M Corp.) Bhadravati(CMC) Bhopal(M Corp.) Gadag-Betigeri (CMC) Jabalpur(M Corp.) Robertson Pet (CMC) Gwalior(M Corp.) Mahadevapura (CMC) Ujjain(M Corp.) Mandya(CMC) Sagar(M Corp.) Chitradurga (CMC) Dewas(M Corp.) Hassan (CMC) Satna(M Corp.) Kolar (CMC) Ratlam(M Corp.) Udupi(CMC) Burhanpur(M Corp.) Chikmagalur (CMC) Murwara(Katni)(M Corp.) Singrauli (M Corp.) Kerala 13 Rewa(M Corp.) Khandwa(M Corp.) Thiruvananthapuram(M Corp.) Bhind(M) Kochi (M Corp.) Morena(M) Kozhikode(M Corp.) Shivpuri(M) Kollam(M Corp.) Guna(M) Thrissur (M Corp.) Vidisha (M) Alappuzha(M) Chhindwara (M) Palakkad(M) Mandsaur (M)

30 I. AREA AND POPULATION TABLE 1.7 POPULATION OF CITIES/URBAN AGGLOMORATION : 2001 CENSUS-contd. (100,000 and above) State/City Population State/City Population Madhya Pradesh-contd. Maharashtra-contd. 22 Damoh(M) Malegaon(M CI) Neemuch (M) Akola(M CI) Jalgaon(M CI) Maharashtra 21 Dhule(M CI) Greater Mumbai(M Corp.) Ahmadnagar(M CI) Pune(M Corp Latur(M CI) Nagpur(M Corp.) Chandrapur(M CI) Thane (M Corp) Parbhani(M CI) Kalyan-Dombivli (M Corp.) Ichalkaranji(M CI) Nashik(M Corp.) Jalna(M CI) Pimpri Chinchwad (M Corp.) Ambarnath (M CI) Aurangabad(M Corp.) Nalasopara ( M CI) Solapur(M Corp.) Bhusawal(M CI) Navi Mumbai (M Corp.) Bid(M CI) Bhiwandi(M CI) Gondiya(M CI) Amravati (M.Corp.) Yavatmal (M CI) Mira-Bhayandar ( M CI) Virar ( M CI) Kolhapur(M Corp.) Navghar-Manikpur ( M CI) Ulhasnagar ( M Corp.) Wardha(M CI) Sangli-Miraj Kupwad (M Corp.) Satara ( M CI) Nanded-Waghala (M Corp.) Achalpur ( M CI)

31 I. AREA AND POPULATION TABLE 1.7 POPULATION OF CITIES/URBAN AGGLOMORATION : 2001 CENSUS-contd. (100,000 and above) State/City Population State/City Population Maharashtra-contd. Punjab 39 Barshi ( M CI) Ludhiana (M.Corp.) Panvel ( M CI) Amritsar (M.Corp.) Jalandhar (M.Corp.) Manipur 4 Patiala(M Corp.) Imphal(M CI) Bathinda(M CI) Pathankot(M CI) Meghalaya 7 Hoshiarpur(M CI) Shillong(M) Batala(M CI) Moga(M CI) Mizoram 10 Abohar(M CI) Aizawl (NT) S.A.S. Nagar (Mohali) (M CI) Malerkotla ( M CI) Orissa 13 Khanna ( M CI) Bhubaneswar(M Corp.) Cuttack(M Corp.) Rajasthan 3 Brahmapur(M) Jaipur(M Corp.) Raurkela(M) Jodhpur(M Corp.) Raurkela Indust. Township(ITS Kota(M Corp.) Puri(M) Bikaner(M Cl) Sambalpur(M) Ajmer(M Cl) Baleshwar (M) Udaipur(M Cl)

32 I. AREA AND POPULATION TABLE 1.7 POPULATION OF CITIES/URBAN AGGLOMORATION : 2001 CENSUS-contd. (100,000 and above) State/City Population State/City Population Rajasthan-contd. Tamil Nadu-contd. 7 Bhilwara(M Cl) Dindigul(M) Alwar(M CI) Vellore(M) Ganganagar(MCl) Cuddalore(M) Bharatpur(M CI) Kancheepuram(M) Pali(MCl) Erode(M) Sikar(MCl) Alandur (M) Tonk (M CI) Pallavaram (M) Hanumangarh ( M) Kumbakonam(M) Beawar(M CI) Tambaram (M) Kishangarh ( M) Tiruvannamalai(M) Jhunjhunun ( M) Neyveli (TS) Rajapalayam(M) Tamil Nadu 26 Pudukkottai (M) Chennai ( M Corp.) Tripura 2 Coimbatore(M Corp.) Agartala(M CI) Madurai(M Corp.) Tiruchirappalli(M Corp.) Uttar Pradesh 5 Salem(M Corp.) Kanpur(M Corp.) Tirunelveli(M Corp.) Lucknow(M Corp.) Tiruppur(M) Agra(M Corp.) Ambattur ( M) Varanasi(M Corp.) Avadi ( M) Meerut(M Corp.) Thoothukkudi ( M) Allahabad(M Corp.) Thanjavur ( M) Ghaziabad(M Corp.) Tiruvottiyur ( M) Bareilly(M Corp.) Nagercoil (M) Aligarh(M Corp.)

33 I. AREA AND POPULATION TABLE 1.7 POPULATION OF CITIES/URBAN AGGLOMORATION : 2001 CENSUS-contd. (100,000 and above) State/City Population State/City Population Uttar Pradesh-contd. Uttar Pradesh-contd. 10 Moradabad(M Corp.) Unnao (MB) Gorakhpur ( M Corp.) Orai (MB) Saharanpur(MB) Banda (MB) Jhansi(MB) Pilibhit (MB) Muzaffarnagar(MB) Hathras (MB) Noida (CT) Lakhimpur (MB) Mathura(MB) Loni ( NP) Shahajahanpur(MB) Gonda (MB) Rampur(MB) Modinagar (MB) Firozabad(MB) Hardoi (MB) Farrukhabad-cum- 45 Lalitpur (MB) Fatehgarh(MB) Basti (MB) Maunath Bhanjan(MB) Etah (MB) Hapur(MB) Deoria (MB) Etawah(MB) Chandausi (MB) Mirzapur-cum- 50 Ballia (MB) Vindhyachal(MB) Kanpur(CB) Sambhal(MB) Sultanpur (MB) Bulandshahr(MB) Rae Bareli(MB) West Bengal 28 Bahraich(MB) Amroha(MB) Kolkata (M Corp.) Jaunpur(MB) Haora (M. Corp.) Fatehpur (MB) Durgapur(M Corp.) Sitapur(MB) Asansol(M Corp.) Budaun (MB) Siliguri(M Corp.) Faizabad(MB) Bhatpara (M)

34 I. AREA AND POPULATION TABLE 1.7 POPULATION OF CITIES/URBAN AGGLOMORATION : 2001 CENSUS-contd. (100,000 and above) State/City Population State/City Population West Bengal-contd. West Bengal-contd. 7 South Dum Dum (M) Krishnanagar(M) Maheshtala (M) Santipur(M) Panihati (M) Balurghat(M) Rajpur Sonarpur (M) Jamuria (M) Kamarhati (M) Bankura(M) Kulti (M) Habra(M) Barddhaman(M) Kanchrapara (M) Rajarhat Gopalpur (M) Halisahar (M) Bally (M) Titagarh (M) Baranagar (M) North Barrackpur (M) Barasat (M) Khardaha (M) North Dum Dum (M) Nabadwip(M) Naihati (M) Puruliya (M) Uluberia (M) Rishra (M) Serampore (M) Basirhat(M) Kharagpur (M) Ashoknagar Kalyan- 23 Haldia(M) garh (M) Hugli-Chinsurah (M) Raniganj(M) Raiganj(M) Baidyabati (M) Bidhan Nagar (M) Darjiling (M) Chandannagar (M Corp.) Bhadreswar (M) English Bazar(M) Bansberia (M) Baharampur(M) Champdani (M) Madhyamgram (M) Bangaon (M) Uttarpara Kotrung (M) Dum Dum (M) Medinipur(M) Jalpaiguri (M) Barrackpur (M)

35 I. AREA AND POPULATION TABLE 1.7 POPULATION OF CITIES/URBAN AGGLOMORATION :2001 CENSUS. (100,000 and above) State/City Population Uttaranchal 1 Dehradun (M.Corp.) Haldwani-Cum_Kathgodam(M Hardwar (M B) Union Territories: Delhi 1 DMC (U) (M. Corp.) N.D.M.C. (M CL) Sultan Pur Majra (CT) Kirari Suleman Nagar (CT) Bhalswa Jahangir Pur (CT) Nangloi Jat (CT) Karawal Nagar (CT) Dallo Pura (CT) Delhi Cantt. (CB) Deoli (CT) Chandigarh 1 Chandigarh (M Corp.) Pondicherry 1 Pondicherry (M) Ozukarai (M)

36 I. AREA AND POPULATION TABLE 1.7 POPULATION OF CITIES/URBAN AGGLOMORATION : 2001 CENSUS-Concld. (100,000 and above) CMC -City Municipal Council CT -Census Town FCA -Faridabad Complex Administration M -Municipality MB -Municipal Board MC -Municipal Committee M.Corp. -Muncipal Corporation. MCl -Municipal Council NA -Notified Area. NAC -Notified Area Committee NM -Non-Municipal PTS -Panchayat Township UA -Urban Agglomoration EO - Estate Office U - Urban CB - Cantoment Board NP - Nagar Panchayat ITS - Industrial Township N T - Notified Town Source: Office of the Registrar General, India (ii) Primary Census Abstract Total Population: Table A-5 21

37 II. LABOUR Sector TABLE 2.1 EMPLOYMENT IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR ESTABLISHMENTS (Mn. number) as on 31st March Public Central Government State Government Quasi Government Local Bodies Private Establishments employing 25 or more persons to 24 persons Total Source & footnote: Directorate General of Employment and Training Ministry of Labour & Employment Note: Total may not tally due to rounding off of the figures. 22

38 EMPLOYMENT IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE 30 SECTOR ESTABLISHMENTS (As on 31st March) Mn. Nos Private Sector Public Sector Estts. Employing 10 to 24 persons Estts. Employing 25 or more persons Local Bodies Quasi Government State Government Central Government

39 II. LABOUR TABLE 2.2 INDUSTRY-WISE EMPLOYMENT IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR ESTABLISHMENTS (1) (Mn. number) as on 31st March Division Public Private Public Private sector sector sector sector Agriculture,hunting, forestry & fishing Mining and quarrying Manufacturing Electricity,gas and water Construction Wholesale, retail trade,restaurent & hotels Transport,storage and communications Financing,insurance,real estate & business services Community,social and personal services Total For footnote (1), please see next page. Contd. 23

40 II. LABOUR TABLE 2.2 INDUSTRY-WISE EMPLOYMENT IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR ESTABLISHMENTS (1)-contd. as on 31st March (Mn. number) Division Public Private Public Private sector sector sector sector Agriculture,hunting, forestry & fishing Mining and quarrying Manufacturing Electricity,gas and water Construction Wholesale, retail trade, restaurents & hotels Transport,storage and communications Financing,insurance, real estate and business services Community,social and personal services Total For footnote (1), please see next page. 24

41 II. LABOUR TABLE 2.2 INDUSTRY-WISE EMPLOYMENT IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR ESTABLISHMENTS (1)-concld. as on 31st March (Mn. number) Division Public Private Public Private sector sector sector sector Agriculture,hunting, forestry & fishing Mining and quarrying Manufacturing Electricity,gas and water Construction Wholesale, retail trade, restaurents & hotels Transport,storage and communications Financing,insurance, real estate and business services Community,social and personal services Total (1) Based on National Industrial classification, Source & footnote: Directorate General of Employment and Training Ministry of Labour & Employment 25

42 II. LABOUR Item TABLE 2.3 EMPLOYMENT IN RAILWAYS ('000 number) as on 31st March Government Railways(*) Railway Board & other Railway offices including M.T.Ps. (Railways) Total (*) Includes production units. Source & footnote: Railway Board, Ministry of Railways Item TABLE 2.4 ESTIMATED EMPLOYMENT IN INSURANCE ('000 number) as on 31st March Life Insurance GIPSA Companies Total Sources & footnote: 1.Life Insurance Corporation of India 2.General Insurers's (Public Sector) Association of India (GIPSA) GIPSA : General Insurers's (Public Sector) Association of India (GIPSA) 26

43 II. LABOUR TABLE 2.5 FACTORY EMPLOYMENT (*) ('000 number) Industry Food Products (a) Grain mill products (b) Vacuum pan sugar factories (c) Other sugar factories including gur (d) Hydrogenated oils, vanaspati ghee,etc (e) Vegetable oils and fats (f) Tea processing (g) Processing of edible nuts (h) Others Beverages,tobacco and related products (a) Beverages (b) @ (c) Tobacco(excluding bidi) and related products Cotton textiles Wool,silk and man made fibre textiles Jute, hemp and mesta textiles Textile products (including wearing apparel other than foot-wear) Wood and wood products, furniture and fixtures For footnotes, please see last page of this table. Contd. 27

44 II. LABOUR TABLE 2.5 FACTORY EMPLOYMENT (*)-contd. ('000 number) Industry Paper and paper products and printing,publishing and allied industries (a) paper and paper products (b) printing and publishing Leather and leather & Fur products (except repair) (a) Footwear (except repair) (b) Others Chemicals and chemical products except products of petroleum and coal (a) Fertilizers and pesticides (b) Drugs and medicines (c) Matches (d) Others Rubber,plastic,petroleum and coal products (a) Rubber and plastic products (b) Petroleum and coal products Non-metallic mineral products (a) Structural clay products (b) Glass and glass products (c) Cement,lime and plaster (d) Mica products (e) Others For footnotes, please see last page of this table. 28

45 II. LABOUR TABLE 2.5 FACTORY EMPLOYMENT (*)-contd. ('000 number) Industry Basic metal and alloys industries (a) Iron and steel (b) Foundries (c) Others Metal products and parts except machinery and transport equipments Machinery and equipments (other than transport equipment) Transport equipment and parts Other manufacturing industries Electricity Gas and steam Water works and supply Restaurants,cafes and other eating and Sanitary services Recreational and cultural services (a) Motion picture production Other industries not specified above Total For footnotes, please see last page of this table. 29

46 II. LABOUR TABLE 2.5 FACTORY EMPLOYMENT (*)-contd. ('000 number) NIC-98 Industry(**) (P) 2003(P) 15 Food Products (a) Production,Processing and Preservation of meat fish fruit vegetables,oilsw and fats (b) Manufacture of Dairy prodct (c) Manufacture of Grain mill products,starches and starch products and prepared animal feeds (d)manufacture of food products (e) Manufacture of Beverages Manufacture of tobacco products Manufacture of Textiles Manufacture of Wearing Apparel Dressing and dyeing of Fur (a) Manufacturing of wearing apperel,except for apparel (b) Dressing and dyeing of fur and pelts Tanning and Dressing of Leather,Manufacture Luggage, Handbags,Saddlery, Harness and Footwear (a) Tanning and dressing of leather (b) Manufacture of footwear Manufacture of Wood & products of Wood and Cork,Except furniture,manufactures of articles of Straw and Plating Material Manufacture of paper and paper products Publishing Printing and Reproduction of Recorded Media Manufacture of Coke,Refined Petroleum Products and Nuclear Fuel For footnotes, please see last page of this table. 30

47 II. LABOUR TABLE 2.5 FACTORY EMPLOYMENT (*)-concld. ('000 number) NIC-98 Industry(**) (P) 2003(P) 24 Manufacture of chemical and chemical products (a)manufacturing of Basic Chemicals ( b) Manufacture of other chemical products (c) Manufacture of man-made fibres Manufacture of other non-metallic mineral products (a) Manufacture of glass and glass products (b)manufacture of non-metallic mineral products N.E.C Manufacture of Basic metal (a) Manufacture of Basic Iron and Steel (b)manufacture of of Basic precious and non-ferrous metals ( c) Casting of metals Manufacture of Fabricated metal products except machinery and eqipment Manufacture of machinery and equipment NEC Manufacture of Medical Precision and Optical Instruments watches & clocks Manufacture of Motor Vehicles,Trailers and Semi trailers Manufacture of other transport equipments Manufacture of furniture; Manufactureing NEC Electricity, Gas and Steam and Hot Water Supply Hotels 551 ( a)hotels, camping sites and other provision of 552 ( b)restaurants,bars Sewage and Refuge Disposal, Sanitation and Similar Activities Recreational Culture and Sporting Activities Others All Industries Source & footnotes: Labour Bureau, Chandigarh (*) Figures are estimated average daily employment in working factories. (**) Data are based on National Industrial Classification, Less than 500. Note: Totals may not tally due to rounding off of the figures. 31

48 II. LABOUR TABLE 2.6 (A) AVERAGE PER CAPITA ANNUAL EARNINGS OF WORKERS(*) IN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES COVERED UNDER THE PAYMENT OF WAGES ACT, 1936 (Rs.per worker) NIC-87 Industry (**) Manufacture of Cotton Textiles Manufacture of Wool, Silk & man made Fibre Textiles (except Cotton) Manufacture of jute and other vegetable fibre textiles (except cotton) Manufacature of textile products (including wearing apparel other than footwear) Manufacture of wood and wood products,furniture & fixtures Manufacture of paper and paper products and printing,publishing and allied industries Manufacture of leather and products of leather Manufacture of basic chemicals and chemical products (except products of petroleum & coal) Manufacture of rubber,plastic, petroleum and coal products and processing of nuclear fuels Manufacture of non-metallic mineral products For footnotes, please see last page of this table. Contd. 32

49 II. LABOUR TABLE 2.6 (A) AVERAGE PER CAPITA ANNUAL EARNINGS OF WORKERS(*) IN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES COVERED UNDER THE PAYMENT OF WAGES ACT, 1936-Contd. (Rs.per worker) NIC-87 Industry (**) Basic metal and alloys industries Manufacture of metal products and parts except machinery and transport equipment Manufacture of machinery, machine tools & parts,except electrical machinery Manufacture of electrical/ electronic machinery, apparatus, appliances and supplies and parts Manufacture of transport equipments and parts Other manufacturing industries Repair of capital goods Electricity generation, transmission and distribution Gas and steam generation and distribution through pipes Water works and supply Wholesale trade in wood,paper, skin, leather and fur, fuel, petroleum,chemicals,perfumery, ceramics,glass and ores For footnotes, please see last page of this table. 33

50 II. LABOUR TABLE 2.6 (A) AVERAGE PER CAPITA ANNUAL EARNINGS OF WORKERS(*) IN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES COVERED UNDER THE PAYMENT OF WAGES ACT, 1936-Contd. (Rs.per worker) NIC-87 Industry (**) Wholesale trade in all types of machinery,equipment including transport equipments Wholesale trade not else- - where classified Commission agents Retail Trade in food & food Products etc Retail trade in fuel and other household utilities and durables Retail trade not elsewhere classified Restaurants and hotels Land transport Water transport Air transport Services incidental to transport Storage and ware housing services Communication services Banking and similar type of financial institutions Real estate and business services Business services not elsewhere classified For footnotes, please see last page of this table. 34

51 II. LABOUR TABLE 2.6 (A) AVERAGE PER CAPITA ANNUAL EARNINGS OF WORKERS(*) IN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES COVERED UNDER THE PAYMENT OF WAGES ACT, 1936-Concld. (Rs.per worker) NIC-87 Industry (**) Public administration and defence services Sanitary services Education,scientific and research services Health and medical services Community services Recreational and cultural services Personal services Repair services International and other extra territorial bodies services Services not elsewhere classified above XI Activities not adequately calssified OY Repair services if not included under All Industries Source and footnotes : Labour Bureau,Chandigarh (*) Data relates to workers earning less than Rs.1600/= per month. (**) Data are based on National Industrial Classification (+) Relates to Industry Code 35 & 36. Notes :(i) Data excludes employees in Railway workshops. (ii) The coverage of data varies from year to year as returns have not been received from all the factories coming within the purview of the Act. 35

52 II. LABOUR TABLE 2.6 (B) AVERAGE PER CAPITA ANNUAL EARNINGS OF WORKERS(*) IN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES COVERED UNDER THE PAYMENT OF WAGES ACT, 1936 (Rs.per worker) NIC-98 Industry (**) Manufacture of Food Products and Beverages Manufacture of Tobacco Products Manufacture of Textiles Manufacture of Wearing Apparel; Dressing and Dyeing of Fur Tanning and Dressing of Leather; Manufacture of Luggage, Handbags, Saddlery, Harness and Footwear Manufacture of Wood and Products fo Wood and Cork,Except Furniture; Manufacture of Articles of Straw and Plaiting Material Manufacture lof Paper and Paper Products Publishing, Printing and Reproduction of Recorded Media Manufacture of Coke, Refined Petroleum Products and Nuclear Fuel Manufacture of Checmials and Chemical Products Manufacture of Rubber, Plastic Products Manufacture of Other Non-Mettallic Mineral Products Manufacture of Basic Metals Manufacture of Fabricated Metal Products except Machinery and Equipment Manufacture of Machinery and Equipment N.E.C.* Manufacture of Office, Accounting and Computing Machinery Manufacture of Electrical Machinery and Apparatus N.E.C Manufacture of Radio, Television and Communication Equpment and Apparatus Manufacture of Medical, Precision and Optical Instruments, Watches and Clocks Manufacture of Motor Vehicles, Trailers and Semi-Trailers Manufacture of Other Transport Equipment Manufacture of Furniture; Manufacturing of N.E.C Recycling All Manufacturing Industries Source and footnotes : Labour Bureau,Chandigarh (*) Data relates to workers earning less than Rs.1600/= per month. (**) Data are based on National Industrial Classification Notes :(i) Data excludes employees in Railway workshops. (ii) The coverage of data varies from year to year as returns have not been received from all the factories coming within the purview of the Act. 36

53 II. LABOUR TABLE 2.7 AVERAGE DAILY EMPLOYMENT IN MINES ('000 number) Mineral (P) Coal Copper ore Chromite Diamond Gold ore Gypsum Iron ore Limestone Magnesite Manganese ore Mica Stone Oil Others Total Source & footnote: Directorate General of Mines Safety Note: Totals may not tally due to rounding off of the figures. 37

54 II. LABOUR TABLE 2.8 AVERAGE DAILY EMPLOYMENT IN PLANTATIONS ('000 number) Item Tea* (E) 1259(E) Coffee Rubber Total Sources & footnote: Tea Board, Coffee Board and Rubber Board * Since 1998 figures are inclusive of small growers operating in different tea producing districts/states E- Estimated TABLE 2.9 ESTIMATED EMPLOYMENT IN BANKING Item as on 31st March (P) Number ('000) Index (1961=100) Source & footnotes: Reserve Bank of India Notes: 1. Figures relate to all Scheduled Commercial Banks (Indian and Foreign),Regional Rural Banks and the Reserve Bank of India. 2. Number of employees in the Reserve Bank of India are as on December 31 of the respective financial year and, for others, it is as on March 31 of the corresponding financial year. 38

55 II. LABOUR TABLE 2.10 EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGES Item Number of Exchanges (at year end) (No.) Registrations ('000) Placements ('000) Applicants on live register (at year end) ('000) Source & footnote: Directorate General of Employment and Training Ministry of Labour & Employment TABLE 2.11 INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES Item No.of work Stoppages No.of workers involved ('000) No.of man-days lost ('000) Time-loss per 1000 workers employed (man-days) Manufacturing P 3294P 3688(P) Mining and quarrying P 2585(P) Coal mining P 1194(P) Plantations P 8201(P) Posts & Telegraphs (P) Transport Storage & Communication (P) Source & footnote: Labour Bureau, Shimla 39

56 II. LABOUR TABLE 2.12 ABSENTEEISM IN SELECTED INDUSTRIES (percent) Industry Coal mining Iron and steel industry Ordnance factories Cement factories Match factories Telegraph workshops Sources: 1. Labour Bureau, Shimla 2. Directorate General of Mines Safety TABLE 2.13 TRADE UNIONS Item Registered trade unions Unions furnishing returns Percentage response Membership of unions furnishing returns ('000) Average membership of unions furnishing returns Source & footnote: Labour Bureau,Chandigarh Note:Returns were not submitted by all the unions. In case of a State not submitting the the returns, the figures for the last year was repeated. 40

57 III. EDUCATION AND MASS MEDIA TABLE 3.1 NUMBER OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS As on 30th September Type of Institution (P) (P) (P) Universities (1) Research Institutions Boards of education Arts, science and commerce colleges Professional Degree College Medicine(2) Teachers' training Colleges Engineering,technology and architecture Other professional colleges (3) Schools for general education Pre-primary/Pre-basic Primary/Junior basic Middle/Senior basic High/Higher secondary(4) Contd. 41

58 :: III. EDUCATION AND MASS MEDIA TABLE 3.1 NUMBER OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS - Concld. As on 30th September Type of Institution (P) (P) (P) Teachers' training schools Technical & industrial and arts & crafts schools Polytechnic insitutes Source & footnotes: Ministry of H.R.D.Deptt of Sec.&Higher Education &U.G.C. (1) Include institutions deemed to be Universities and the institutions of national (2) Includes M.B.B.S., Dentistry, Nursing, Pharmacy, Ayurvedic & Unani/Homeopathy etc. and Management, MCA/IT colleges. (3) Includes law colleges, agriculture colleges, Veterinary science colleges etc. (4) Includes pre-degree jr.colleges/higher sec. schools, high/post basic schools 42

59 NUMBER OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUITIONS GROWTH OF SCHOOLS Primary/Junior Middle/Senior High/Higher secondary

60 III. EDUCATION AND MASS MEDIA TABLE 3.2 NUMBER OF SCHOLARS BY STAGE OF EDUCATION ('000) As on 30th September Stage/Subject (P) (P) (P) Arts, science and commerce colleges Professional / other college education (*) Agriculture Law Medicine Veterinary science Teachers' training Engineering, technology and architecture Other professional colleges Schools for general education Pre-Primary/Pre-Basic Primary (I-V) Middle (VI-VIII) High/ Higher Secondary (IX-XII) For sources & footnotes,please see next page. Contd. 43

61 STUDENTS ON ROLL AT SCHOOL / UNIVERSITY STAGE 250 (Million No. ) Class I-V Class VI-VIII Class IX-XI/XII University/ Colleges

62 III. EDUCATION AND MASS MEDIA TABLE 3.2 NUMBER OF SCHOLARS BY STAGE OF EDUCATION - Concld. ('000) As on 30th September Stage/Subject (P) (P) (P) Teachers' training schools Technical & industrial and arts & crafts schools Polytechnic institutes Source & footnotes: Department of Secondary & Higher Education.& U.G.C. (1) The data includes data from universites/colleges/institutionsand exclude enrolment for Diploma/Certificate Courses below Degree level (Post-matric). 44 ::

63 STUDENT IN SCHOOLS as on 30th September ( 000 No.) Middle (VI-VIII) High/Higher Secondary (IX-XII)

64 III. EDUCATION AND MASS MEDIA TABLE 3.3 STUDENTS ON ROLL AT THE SCHOOL/UNIVERSITY STAGE (Million no.) As on 30th September Stage (P) (P) (P) Class I-V Boys Girls Class VI-VIII Boys Girls Class IX-XI/XII Boys Girls University/College* Boys Girls Source & Footnotes: Department of Secondary & Higher Education.& (*) Enrolment in general education Excluding Diploma/Certificate Courses of below degree level includes Ph.D/D.Sc./D.Phill., M.A., M.Sc.,M.Com, B.A./B.A.(Hons)/B.Sc./B.Sc.(Hons)/B.Com/B.Com(Hons)/B.E./B.Sc.(Engg)/B.Arch., B.Ed./B.T., Medicine/Dentistry/Nursing/Pharmacy/Ayurvedic & Unani/Homeopathy etc. Note : Totals may not tally because of rounding off of figures. 45

65 III. EDUCATION AND MASS MEDIA TABLE 3.4 LITERACY IN INDIA State/Union Territory Percentage of Literates 2001 Census Total Male Female Total Male Female States: Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhatisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir JharKhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur (1) Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Contd. 46

66 III. EDUCATION AND MASS MEDIA TABLE 3.4 LITERACY IN INDIA-Concld. State/Union Territory Percentage of Literates 2001 Census Total Male Female Total Male Female Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttarakhand Uttar Pradesh West Bengal Union Territories: A. & N. Islands Chandigarh D. & N.Haveli Daman & Diu Delhi Lakshadweep Pondicherry INDIA (1) Source: 1. Office of the Registrar General, India 2. NSS Report no. 517 (61st Round), National Sample Survey Organisation (1) Excludes Figures of Paomata,Mao Maram and Puru sub-divisions of Senapati distt.of Manipur for 2001Census. 47

67 60000 NUMBER OF NEWSPAPERS AS ON 31st MARCH ENGLISH INDIAN LANGUAGES

68 III. EDUCATION AND MASS MEDIA TABLE 3.5 NUMBER OF CINEMAS Type As on 31st March Permanent Touring Total(1) Source & footnote: Film Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. (1) Include 18 military cinemas in the year and 7 Military cinemas in the year TABLE 3.6 NUMBER OF REGISTRED NEWSPAPERS Type As on 31st March 1991* 2001* English Daily # Others (Periodicity) Indian Languages Daily # Others (Periodicity) Source & footnote : Office of the Registrar of Newspapers for India Ministry of Information & Broadcasting * As on 31st December. # Including Tri/By weeklies also 48

69 IV. MEDICAL CARE AND VITAL STATISTICS TABLE 4.1 NUMBER OF HOSPITALS, DISPENSARIES,BEDS (ALL TYPES) AND MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS Item Unit as on 1st January Hospitals (000) # 7.7# Dispensaries (000) ## 0.3## No.of beds (all types) (000) ** 493** Beds per lakh population (000) Registered medical practitioners (000) 577.1P 767.5P N.A. Registered medical practitioners per lakh population (no.) 55.1P 70.0P N.A, Registered nurses (000) N.A. Registered nurses per lakh population (no.) N.A. Medical college(++) (no.) 146* Annual admissions (no.) Source: Central Bureau of Health Intelligence Directorate General of Health Services (#) Relates to Government Allopathic Hospitals-Health Information of India, 2005 & (##) Relates to C.G.H.S. Dispensaries-Health Information of India, 2005 & (+) Includes all types of beds i.e. in hospitals, dispensaries, primary health centres and voluntary organisations etc. (++) Academic year (e.g will relate to and so on.) * Total number of medical colleges Include unrecognised medical Include projected population of Jammu & Kashmir, where 1991 census could not b Data pertains to Population served per government hospital bed-health Informati Health Information of India, 2005 & ** Relates to Beds in Government Allopathic Hospitals-Health Information of India, 49

70 VITAL STATISTICS (Per 1000 Population) Crude Birth Rate Crude Death Rate INFANT MORTALITY RATE 100 (Per 1000 Live Births)

71 IV. MEDICAL CARE AND VITAL STATISTICS TABLE 4.2 BIRTH, DEATH AND INFANT MORTALITY RATE (Person years) Item Crude Birth rate (per 1000 population) Crude Death rate (per 1000 population) Infant mortality rate (per 1000 live births) Expectation of life at birth (+) (in year) * Source: Office of the Registrar General,India (+) The figures relate to the period * Expectation of life at birth ( ) mid-year 2002 Note: Data is based on Sample Registration System. 50

72 IV. MEDICAL CARE AND VITAL STATISTICS TABLE 4.3 PROGRESS OF FAMILY WELFARE PROGRAMME Item Unit Family welfare centres(+) 000 no Sterilisation Mn. no IUD acceptors Mn. no Contraceptive acceptors [equivalent users(++)] Mn. no Source: Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (+) Include 192 urban family welfare centres in the year which have been urban health postsor merged with pilot project centres. (++) Including equivalent oral pill users as well. ` 51

73 30000 PER CAPITA NET NATIONAL PRODUCT ( RUPEES ) Current Prices Constant Prices

74 V. NATIONAL PRODUCT AND RELATED AGGREGATES TABLE 5.1 NATIONAL PRODUCT, CONSUMPTION, SAVING AND CAPITAL FORMATION Item (Q) At Current Prices Net National Product (factor Cost) (Rs.Ten Million) Per capita Net National Product (factor cost) (Rs.) Private Final Consumption Expenditure (Rs.Ten Million) Net Domestic Saving (Rs.Ten Million) Net Domestic Capital Formation (Rs.Ten Million) Index Number ( =100) of Net National Product Per Capita Net National Product At Constant( ) Prices Net National Product (factor cost) (Rs.Ten Million) Per capita Net National Product(factor cost ) (Rs.) Private Final Consumption Expenditure (Rs.Ten Million) Net Domestic Capital Formation (Rs.Ten Million) Index Number ( =100) of Net National Product Per Capita Net National Product Q = Quick Estimates Source : Central Statistical Organisation 52

75 TABLE 5.2 (A) GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT BY ECONOMIC ACTIVITY (at current prices) (Rs.Ten Million) Industry Agriculture,forestry and fishing Agriculture Forestry & logging Fishing Mining & quarrying Manufacturing Registered Unregistered Elect. gas & water supply Construction Trade, hotels & restaurants Trade Hotels & restaurants Transport,storage and communication Railways Transport by other means Storage Communication Financing,insurance,real estate & business services Banking & insurance Real estate,ownership of dwellings and business services Community, social and personal services Public administration & defence Other services Total gross domestic product at factor cost [1 to 9] Source : Central Statistical Organisation 53

76 NET DOMESTIC PRODUCT BY ECONOMIC ACTIVITY ( RS. Ten Million ) ( at Current Prices ) ( at Prices ) ( at Prices ) Community, social & personal services Financing, insurance, real estate & business services Trade, hotels & restaurants Manufacturing, electricity gas & water supply Mining & quarrying Agriculture, forestry & fishing

77 V. NATIONAL PRODUCT AND RELATED AGGREGATES TABLE 5.2 (B) NET DOMESTIC PRODUCT BY ECONOMIC ACTIVITY (at current prices) (Rs.Ten Million) Industry Agriculture,forestry and fishing Agriculture Forestry & logging Fishing Mining & quarrying Manufacturing Registered Unregistered Elect. gas & water supply Construction Trade, hotels & restaurants Trade Hotels & restaurants Transport,storage and communication Railways Transport by other means Storage Communication Financing,insurance,real estate & business services Banking & insurance Real estate,ownership of dwellings and business services Community, social and personal services Public administration & defence Other services Total net domestic product at factor cost [1 to 9] Source : Central Statistical Organisation 54

78 V. NATIONAL PRODUCT AND RELATED AGGREGATES TABLE 5.3(A) GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT BY ECONOMIC ACTIVITY (at prices) (Rs.Ten Million) Industry Agriculture,forestry and fishing Agriculture Forestry & logging Fishing Mining & quarrying Manufacturing Registered Unregistered Elect. gas & water supply Construction Trade, hotels & restaurants Trade Hotels & restaurants Transport, storage and communication Railways Transport by other means Storage Communication Financing,insurance,real estate & business services Banking & insurance Real estate,ownership of dwellings & business services Community, social and personal services Public administration & defence Other services Total gross domestic product at factor cost (1 to 9) Source : Central Statistical Organisation 55

79 V. NATIONAL PRODUCT AND RELATED AGGREGATES TABLE 5.3(B) NET DOMESTIC PRODUCT BY ECONOMIC ACTIVITY (at prices) (Rs.Ten Million) Industry Agriculture,forestry and fishing Agriculture Forestry & logging Fishing Mining & quarrying Manufacturing Registered Unregistered Elect. gas & water supply Construction Trade, hotels & restaurants Trade Hotels & restaurants Transport, storage and communication Railways Transport by other means Storage Communication Financing,insurance,real estate & business services Banking & insurance Real estate,ownership of dwellings & business services Community, social and personal services Public administration & defence Other services Total net domestic product at factor cost (1 to 9) Source : Central Statistical Organisation 56

80 V. NATIONAL PRODUCT AND RELATED AGGREGATES TABLE 5.4 PRIVATE FINAL CONSUMPTION EXPENDITURE BY OBJECT (at current prices) (Rs.Ten Million) Item Food,beverages & tobacco Food Cereals & bread Pulses Sugar & gur Oils & oilseeds Fruits & vegetables Potato & other tubers Milk & milk products Meat,egg & fish Coffee,tea & cocoa Spices Other food Beverages,pan and intoxicants beverages pan&other intoxicants Tobacco & its products Hotels & restaurants Clothing & footwear Clothing Footwear Gross rent,fuel & power Gross rent & water charges Fuel & power electricity liquified petroleum gas kerosene oil other fuel Furniture, furnishing appliances and services Furniture, furnishing &repair relrigerator,cooking washing, appliances etc glassware tableware &utensils other goods services Contd 57

81 V. NATIONAL PRODUCT AND RELATED AGGREGATES TABLE 5.4 PRIVATE FINAL CONSUMPTION EXPENDITURE BY OBJECT-Concld. (at current prices) (Rs.Ten Million) Item Medical care & health services Transport & communication Personal transport eqpmts Operation of personal transport equipment Purchase of transport services Communication Recreation,education & cultural services Equipment, paper &stationery recreation&cultural sevices education Misc. goods & services personal care &effects personal goods n.e.c other miscellaneous services Private final consumption expenditure in domestic market Source : Central Statistical Organisation 58

82 V. NATIONAL PRODUCT AND RELATED AGGREGATES TABLE 5.5 PRIVATE FINAL CONSUMPTION EXPENDITURE BY OBJECT (at prices) (Rs.Ten Million) Item Food,beverages & tobacco Food Cereals & bread Pulses Sugar & gur Oils & oilseeds Fruits & vegetables Potato & other tubers Milk & milk products Meat,egg & fish Coffee,tea & cocoa Spices Other food Beverages,pan and intoxicants beverages pan&other intoxicants Tobacco & its products Hotels & restaurants Clothing & footwear Clothing Footwear Gross rent,fuel & power Gross rent & water charges Fuel & power electricity liquified petroleum gas kerosene oil other fuel Furniture, furnishing appliances and services Furniture, furnishing &repair relrigerator,cooking washing, appliances etc glassware tableware &utensils other goods services Contd. 59

83 V. NATIONAL PRODUCT AND RELATED AGGREGATES TABLE 5.5 PRIVATE FINAL CONSUMPTION EXPENDITURE BY OBJECT-Concld. (at prices) (Rs.Ten Million) Item Medical care & health services Transport & communication Personal transport eqpmt Operation of personal transport equipment Purchase of transport services communications Recreation,education & cultural services equipment paper & stationery recreation & cultural services Education Misc. goods & services personal care &effects personal goods n.e.c others miscellaneous services Private final consumption expenditure in domestic market Source : Central Statistical Organisation 60

84 V. NATIONAL PRODUCT AND RELATED AGGREGATES TABLE 5.6 DOMESTIC SAVING BY TYPE OF INSTITUTIONS (at current prices) (Rs.Ten Million) Item Household sector Financial saving Currency Net deposits Shares and debentures Net claims on Govt Life insurance funds Prov. & pension funds Saving in physical assets Private corporate sector Joint stock companies Non-financial Financial less: Reinvested Earnings of Foreign Companies Coop. banks & societies Public sector Public authorities Govt. administration Departmental (commercial) enterprises Non-deptt. enterprises Government companies Statutory corporations (including port trusts) - 4.Gross domestic savings(1+2+3) Less consumption of fixed capital** Household sector Private corporate sector Public sector Net domestic saving(4-5) Household sector Private corporate sector Public sector Source : Central Statistical Organisation 61

85 V. NATIONAL PRODUCT AND RELATED AGGREGATES TABLE 5.7 CAPITAL FORMATION BY TYPE OF ASSETS AND BY TYPE OF INSTITUTIONS (at current prices) (Rs. Ten Million) Item Gross capital formation(gcf) Public sector Private corporate sector Household sector Valuables Gross fixed capital formation Public sector Construction Machinery & eqpmts Private corporate sector Construction Machinery & equip Household sector Construction Machinery & equip Change in stocks Public sector Private corporate sector Household sector Valuables Less consumption of fixed capital Public sector Private corporate sector Household sector Net capital formation (ncf) Public sector Private corporate sector Household sector Valuables Errors & omissions Net capital formation adjusted for errors and omissions Gross capital formation adjusted for errors and omissions Excluding work of art & antiques. Source : Central Statistical Organisation 62

86 V. NATIONAL PRODUCT AND RELATED AGGREGATES TABLE 5.8 CAPITAL FORMATION BY TYPE OF ASSETS AND BY TYPE OF INSTITUTIONS (at prices) (Rs.Ten Million) Item Gross capital formation(gcf) Public sector Private corporate sector Household sector Valuables Gross fixed capital formation Public sector Construction Machinery & eqpmts Private corporate sector Construction Machinery & eqpmts Household sector Construction Machinery & eqpmts Change in stocks Public sector Private corporate sector Household sector Valuables Less consumption of fixed capital Public sector Private corporate sector Household sector Net capital formation(ncf) Public sector Private corporate sector Household sector Valuables Errors & omissions Net capital formation adjusted for errors and omissions Gross capital formation adjusted for errors and omissions Excluding work of art & antiques. Source : Central Statistical Organisation 63

87 V. NATIONAL PRODUCT AND RELATED AGGREGATES TABLE 5.9 PERFORMANCE OF PUBLIC SECTOR (at current prices) ( Rs.Ten Million) Item Gross domestic product Public Private Gross domestic saving Public Private Gross domestic capital formation unadjusted * Public Private Final consumption expenditure Public Private Percentage share of public sector 1. Gross domestic product Gross domestic saving Gross domestic capital formation (unadjusted) Final consumption expenditure * Excluding valuables 64 Source : Central Statistical Organisation

88 V. NATIONAL PRODUCT AND RELATED AGGREGATES TABLE 5.10 PERFORMANCE OF PUBLIC SECTOR (at prices) (Rs.Ten Million) Item Gross domestic product Public Private Gross domestic capital formation unadjusted* Public Private Final consumption expenditure Public Private Gross domestic product Gross domestic capital formation (unadjusted) Final consumption expenditure * Excluding valuables Percentage share of public sector 65 Source : Central Statistical Organisation

89 V. NATIONAL PRODUCT AND RELATED AGGREGATES TABLE 5.11 PER CAPITA NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT (at current prices) As on (Rs.) State/Union Territory Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Jharkhand Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Chattisgarh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttranchal West Bengal A. & N.Islands Chandigarh Delhi Pondicherry All India (Per Capita NNP at factor cost) Source: Central Statistical Organisation 66

90 V. NATIONAL PRODUCT AND RELATED AGGREGATES TABLE 5.12 PER CAPITA NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT (at prices) (Position as on ) (Rs.) State/Union Territory Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Jharkhand Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Chhattisgarh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttaranchal West Bengal A. & N.Islands Chandigarh Delhi Pondicherry All India (Per CapitaNNP at factor cost) Source : Central Statistical Organisation 67

91 LAND UTILISATION MILLION HECTARE FORESTS 20% OTHER UNCULTIVATE D LAND EXCLUDING FALLOW LAND 8% NOT AVAILABLE FOR CULTIVATION 12% AREA SOWN MORE THAN ONCE 15% AREA SOWN (NET) 41% FALLOWS LAND OTHER THAN CURRENT FALLOW 3%

92 LAND UTILISATION MILLION HECTARE FORESTS 20% OTHER UNCULTIVATE D LAND EXCLUDING FALLOW LAND 8% NOT AVAILABLE FOR CULTIVATION 12% AREA SOWN MORE THAN ONCE 15% AREA SOWN (NET) 41% FALLOWS LAND OTHER THAN CURRENT FALLOW 3%

93 VI. AGRICULTURE TABLE 6.1 LAND UTILISATION STATISTICS (1) (Million hectare) Item (P) (P) Reporting area (2) for land utilisation statistic Forests Not available for cultivatio Other uncultivated land excluding fallow land Current fallow Fallow lands other than current fallows Area sown (net) Area sown more than onc Total cropped area Source: Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Ministry of Agriculture (1) Relates to agriculture year : July to June. (2) Excludes data in respect of Jammu and Kashmir under unlawful occupation of China & Pakistan. Note:Totals may not tally due to rounding off of the figures. 68

94 VI. AGRICULTURE TABLE 6.2 ESTIMATED NUMBER OF OPERATIONAL HOLDINGS AND AREA OPERATED BY SIZE OF HOLDINGS: * (Rs.) Number Area operated Size class (hectare) Lakh %age Lakh %age hectare Marginal (Below 1) Small (1-2) Semi-Medium (2-4) Medium (4-10) Large (10 and above) Total * Excluding Jharkhand Source: Ministry of Agriculture 69

95 ESTIMATED NUMBER OF OPERATIONAL HOLDINGS AND AREA OPERATED BY SIZE OF HOLDINGS : Number Lakh SEMI-MEDIUM 12% MEDIUM 5% LARGE 1% SMALL 19% MARGINAL 63% Area Operated Lakh Hectare LARGE 20% MARGINAL 13% MEDIUM 29% SMALL 16% SEMI-MEDIUM 22%

96 VI. AGRICULTURE TABLE 6.3 AREA UNDER PRINCIPAL CROPS (' 000 hectare) Crop Foodgrains Cereals Rice Jowar Bajra Maize Ragi Small millets Wheat Barley Pulses Gram Tur Other pulses Non-foodgrains Oilseeds (1) Groundnut Sesamum Rapeseed and mustard Linseed Castorseed For footnotes, please see next page. Contd.. 70

97 VI. AGRICULTURE TABLE 6.3 AREA UNDER PRINCIPAL CROPS-Concld. ('000 hectare) Crop Non-foodgrains-Concld. Coconut ( P) Fibres Cotton (Lint) Jute Mesta Plantation crops Tea(2) (E) Coffee(3) Rubber (4) (P) Fruits and vegetables Potato ( P) Banana ( P) Condiments and spices Pepper (black) ( P) Chillies (dry) ( P) Ginger (dry) ( P) Turmeric ( P) Miscellaneous Sugarcane ( P) Tobacco ( P) Source: 1. Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Ministry of Agriculture (2 ) Rubber Board M/o Commerce (3) Coffee Board M/o Industry (4) Tea Board M/o Commerce (1) Relate to nine major oil seeds including nigerseed, safflower, sunflower and soyabean. (2) Figures supplied by the Tea Board. These are as on 31st December of the year a relate to total area and not plucked area. (3) Figures supplied by the Coffee Board and relate to bearing planted area. (4) Figures supplied by the Rubber Board & relate to tapped area only. E: Estimated P: Provisional Note:Totals may not tally due to rounding off of the figures. 71

98 VI. AGRICULTURE TABLE 6.4 PRODUCTION OF PRINCIPAL CROPS ('000 tonnes) Crop Foodgrains Cereals Rice Jowar Bajra Maize Ragi Small millets Wheat Barley Pulses Gram Tur Other pulses Non-foodgrains Oilseeds (1) Groundnut Sesamum Rapeseed & mustard Linseed Castorseed For footnotes, please see next page. Contd. 72

99 VI. AGRICULTURE TABLE 6.4 PRODUCTION OF PRINCIPAL CROPS-concld. ('000 tonnes) Crop Non-foodgrains-Concld. Coconut(2) Fibres Cotton(lint) (3) Jute (4) Mesta (4) Plantation crops Tea(5) (E) Coffee(6) Rubber(7) (P) Fruits and vegetables Potato Banana Condiments and spices Pepper (black) Chillies (dry) Ginger (dry) Turmeric Miscellaneous Sugarcane Tobacco Source: Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Ministry of Agriculture (1) Relates to nine major oil seeds including nigerseed, safflower, sunflower and soyabean. (2) In crore nuts. (3) In '000 bales of 170 kgs each. (4) In '000 bales of 180 kgs each. (5) Figures supplied by the Tea Board and are as on 31st Dec.of the year. (6) Figures supplied by the Coffee Board. (7) Figures supplied by the Rubber Board and relate to natural rubber (dry) from tapped area. E : Estimated P : Provisional Note:Totals may not tally due to rounding off of the figures. 73

100 VI. AGRICULTURE TABLE 6.5 AVERAGE YIELD OF PRINCIPAL CROPS (quintals per hectare) Crop Foodgrains Cereals Rice Jowar Bajra Maize Ragi Small millets Wheat Barley Pulses Gram Tur Other pulses Non-foodgrains Oilseeds (1) Groundnut Sesamum Rapeseed and mustard Linseed Castorseed For footnotes, please see next page. Contd. 74

101 VI. AGRICULTURE TABLE 6.5 AVERAGE YIELD OF PRINCIPAL CROPS-concld. (quintals per hectare) Crop Non-foodgrains-Concld. Coconut (nuts/hect.) (P) Fibres Cotton Jute Mesta Plantation crops Tea(2) (E) Coffee(3) Rubber(4) (P) 18.0(P) Fruits and vegetables Potato (P) Banana (P) Condiments and spices Pepper (black) (P) Chillies (dry) (P) Ginger (dry) (P) Turmeric (P) Miscellaneous Sugarcane (P) Tobacco (P) Source: Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Ministry of Agriculture (1) Relate to nine major oil seeds including nigerseed, safflower, sunflower and soyabean. (2) Figures supplied by the Tea Board. These are as on 31st December of the year and relate to total area and not plucked area. (3) Based on the estimated bearing area for onwards supplied by the Coffee Board. (4) Figures supplied by the Rubber Board; yield relates to production of natural rubber (dry) per hectare of tapped area. E : Estimated P : Provisional 75

102 INDEX NUMBER OF AREA UNDER CROPS 160 ( BASE : Triennium ending =100 ) Foodgrains Non-foodgrains All Crops

103 VI. AGRICULTURE TABLE 6.6 INDEX NUMBER OF AREA UNDER CROPS (Base: Triennium ending =100) Crop/Group Foodgrains Cereals Total Rice Jowar Bajra Maize Ragi Small millets Wheat Barley Pulses Total Gram Tur Other pulses Non-foodgrains Oilseeds (1) Groundnut Sesamum Rapeseed and Mustard Linseed Castorseed Coconut Contd. 76

104 VI. AGRICULTURE TABLE 6.6 INDEX NUMBER OF AREA UNDER CROPS-Concld. (Base: Triennium ending =100) Crop/Group Non-foodgrains-Concld. Fibres Cotton(lint) Jute Mesta Plantation Crops Tea Coffee Rubber Fruits and Vegetables Potato Banana Condiments and Spices: Pepper (black) Chillies (dry) Ginger (dry) Turmeric Miscellaneous Sugarcane Tobacco All Crops Source: Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Ministry of Agriculture (1) Relate to nine major oil seeds including nigerseed, safflower, sunflower and and soyabean. 77

105 240 INDEX NUMBER OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION ( BASE : Triennium ending =100 ) Foodgrains Non-foodgrains All Crops

106 VI. AGRICULTURE TABLE 6.7 INDEX NUMBER OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION (Base: Triennium ending =100) Crop/Group Foodgrains Cereals Rice Jowar Bajra Maize Ragi Small millets Wheat Barley Pulses Gram Tur Other pulses Non-foodgrains Oilseeds (1) Groundnut Sesamum Rapeseed & Mustard Linseed Castorseed Coconut Fibers Cotton(lint) Jute Mesta Contd.. 78

107 VI. AGRICULTURE TABLE 6.7 INDEX NUMBER OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION-concld. (Base: Triennium ending =100) Crop/Group Plantation Crops Tea Coffee Rubber Fruits and Vegetables Potato Banana Condiments and Spices Pepper (black) Chillies(dry) Ginger(dry) Turmeric Miscellaneous Crops Sugarcane Tobacco All Crops Source: Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Ministry of Agriculture (1) Relate to nine major oil seeds including nigerseed,safflower,sunflower & soyabean... 79

108 VI. AGRICULTURE TABLE 6.8 INDEX NUMBER OF AGRICULTURAL YIELD (Base: Triennium ending =100) Crop/Group Foodgrains Cereals Rice Jowar Bajra Maize Ragi Small millets Wheat Barley Pulses Gram Tur Other pulses Non-foodgrains Oilseeds (1) Groundnut Sesamum Rapeseed & Mustard Linseed Castorseed Coconut (1) Relate to nine major oilseeds including nigerseed,safflower,sunflower & soyabean. Contd.. 80

109 VI. AGRICULTURE TABLE 6.8 INDEX NUMBER OF AGRICULTURAL YIELD-concld. (Base: Triennium ending =100) Crop/Group Non-foodgrains-Concld. Fibres Cotton(lint) Jute Mesta Plantation Crops Tea Coffee Rubber Fruits & Vegetables Potato Banana Condiments & Spices Pepper (black) Chillies (dry) Ginger (dry) Turmeric Miscellaneous Sugarcane Tobacco All Crops Source: Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Ministry of Agriculture 81

110 VI. AGRICULTURE TABLE 6.9 AVAILABILITY OF FOODGRAINS (Million tonne) Commodity Group (P) I. Cereals 1. Production (1) (i) Gross (ii) Net Net imports Change in Govt.stocks Net availability [1(ii)+2-3] II. Pulses Net availability Source: Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Ministry of Agriculture (1) Figures relate to the agricultural year July to June Note: Net imports are based on imports and exports on Government of India accounts only. TABLE 6.10 PER CAPITA NET AVAILABILITY OF FOODGRAINS (grams per day) Commodity Group (P) Cereals Pulses Foodgrains Source: Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Ministry of Agriculture P : Provisional Note:Totals may not tally due to rounding off of the figures. 82

111 VI. AGRICULTURE TABLE 6.11 PER CAPITA AVAILABILITY OF CERTAIN IMPORTANT ARTICLES OF CONSUMPTION Item (P) Edible oils (1) (kg.) NA Vanaspati (kg.) NA Sugar (2) (kg.) NA Cotton cloth (3) (metre) Man-made fibre fabrics (3) (metre) Tea (3) (gram) NA Coffee (3) (gram) Electricity (Domestic) (kwh.) Source: Economic Survey, Ministry of Finance (1) Include groundnut oil,rapeseed & mustard oil,sesamum oil,nigerseed oil,sunflower oil, and soyabean oil but exclude oils for manufacture of vanaspati. (2) Figures refer to actual releases for domestic consumption during sugar year (Nov.-Oct.). (3) Data relate to calendar year. Figures for 1990 are shown against and so on. 83

112 VI. AGRICULTURE TABLE 6.12 NET AND GROSS AREA IRRIGATED ('000 hectare) Item P P Net area irrigated By sources- Canals Government Private Tanks Wells (1) Other sources Gross area irrigated Cropwise distribution Foodcrops Foodgrains Cereals and millets Rice Wheat Barley Jowar Bajra Maize Other cereals and millets (2) Pulses Sugarcane Condiments and spices Fruits and vegetables Other food crops Non-foodcrops Oilseeds Cotton Other non-foodcrops(3) (1) Include tube wells. (2) Include ragi. (3) Include tobacco and fodder crops also. P : Provisional Note:Totals may not tally due to rounding off of figures. 84 Source: Ministry of Agriculture

113 VI. AGRICULTURE TABLE 6.13 CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES (as on 31st March 2002) Member- Working Type of society Number ship capital ('000) (Rs.Billion) (1) (2) (3) (4) I. All Credit Societies(A+B) A.Short-term structure State Co-op. Banks Dist. Central Co-op. Banks Industrial Co-op. Banks Primary Agriculture Credit societies (1) Grain Banks Primary Co-op Banks Primay Non-Ag. Societies B.Long-term structure State Co-op. Agriculture & Rural Development Banks Primary Co-op.Agriculture and Rural Development Banks II.All non-credit societies Marketing Agricultural Processing Suger factories Farming Others (2) For footnotes, please see next page. Contd. 85

114 VI. AGRICULTURE TABLE 6.13 CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES-concld. (as on 31st March 2002) Loans (Rs.Billion) Type of society AdvancedOutstanding Overdue (1) (5) (6) (7) I. All Credit Societies A.Short-term structure State Co-op. Banks Dist. Central Co-op. Banks Industrial Co-op. Banks Primary Agriculture Credit societies (1) Grain Banks Primary Co-op Banks Primay Non-Ag. Societies B.Long-term structure State Co-op. Agriculture & Rural Development Banks Primary Co-op.Agriculture and Rural Development Banks II.All Non-credit Societies Marketing Agricultural Processing Suger factories Farming Others (2) rce : National Banks for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) (1) Includes FSS and LAMPS. (2) Include weaver societies, other industrial societies, consumer stores & all other non-credit societies. 86

115 VII. LIVESTOCK,POULTRY AND FISHERY TABLE 7.1 CENSUS OF LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY (Million number) Item Livestock Cattle Males over 3 yrs. (1) Females over 3 yrs. (1) Young stocks Buffaloes Males over 3 years Females over 3 years Young stocks Sheep Goats Horses and ponies Other livestock Poultry Fowls Ducks Others Source and Footnote : Department of Animal Husbandry & Dairying Ministry of Agriculture (1) In case of cross bred cattle, figures relate to over two and half years. Note:Totals may not tally due to rounding off of the figures. 87

116 VII. LIVESTOCK,POULTRY AND FISHERY TABLE 7.2 FISH-CATCH AND DISPOSAL ('000 tonne) Item (P) Catch Fresh water Marines Disposal Marketing fresh Curring Reduction (1) Others (2) Source & Footnotes: Fishries Division,Ministry of Agriculture (P) : Provisional (1) Includes offal reduction, unspecified and Misc. purpose (2) Include frozen and canned. 88

117 FISH CATCH AND DISPOSAL ( 000 Tonne)

118 VIII. MINING TABLE 8.1 PRODUCTION OF PRINCIPAL MINERALS Mineral Unit of (P) quantity Fuel minerals Coal Mn. tonne Lignite Mn. tonne Natural Gas (Utilised) m.c.m Petroleum (crude) Mn. tonne Metallic minerals Bauxite Mn. tonne Chromite '000 tonne Copper Conc*. '000 tonne Gold Kg Iron ore Mn. tonne Lead Conc. 000 tonne Manganese ore Mn. tonne Zinc Conc. 000 tonne Non-metallic minerals Apatite & Phosphorite 000 tonne Dolomite Mn. tonne Gypsum Mn. tonne Limestone Mn. tonne Magnesite 000 tonne Mica (crude) 000 Kg * Relates to Copper Ore for Source : Indian Bureau of Mines, Minstry of Mines 89

119 VIII. MINING ABLE 8.2 VALUE OF PRODUCTION OF PRINCIPAL MINERAL (Rs.Mn.) Mineral (P) Fuel minerals Coal Lignite Natural Gas(Utilised) Petroleum (crude) Metallic minerals Bauxite Chromite Copper Conc.* Gold Iron ore Lead Conc Manganese ore Zinc Conc Others Non-metallic minerals Apatite & Phosphorite Dolomite Gypsum Limestone Magnesite Mica (crude) Others Miner Minerals All Minerals value Source: Indian Bureau of Mines, Ministry of Mines * Relates to Copper Ore for

120 VIII. MINING TABLE 8.3 INDEX NUMBER OF MINERAL PRODUCTION ( Base: =100 ) Mineral Weight (P) Fuel Minerals Coal mining Petroleum and natural gas Metallic Minerals (1) Iron ore Chromite Copper ore Manganese ore Non-metallic Minerals(2) Limestone Phosphorite Dolomite Minor minerals All Minerals Source: Indian Bureau of Mines, Ministry of Mines (1) Includes all metallic minerals other than those declared as prescribed substances under the Atomic Energy Act,1962. (2) Includes other non-metallic minerals. 91

121 INDEX NUMBER 0F MINERAL PRODUCTION (BASE : =100) COAL MINING PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS METALLIC MINERALS NON-METALIC MINERALS MINOR MINERALS ALL MINERALS

122 IX. INDUSTRY TABLE 9.1 PRODUCTION OF SELECTED ITEMS OF MAJOR MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES Production Item Unit Sugar Million tonnes Vanaspati oil (1) 000 Tonne Tea 000 Tonne Coffee 000 Tonne Cigarettes Million Nos Cotton yarn $ Mn.Kg Cotton cloth $$ M.Sq.Mtrs Blended cloth $$ M.Sq.Mtrs Footwear Jute Manufactures (leather and 000 M. tonnes rubber)$ Mn.pairs Plywood commercial 000 Sq.Mtrs Paper & paper board $ 000 Tonnes Rubber tyres and tubes (2) Mill.Nos Sulphuric acid 000 Tonnes Caustic soda 000 Tonnes Soda ash 000 Tonnes Filament yarn Mn.Kg Viscose staple fibre 000 Tonnes Storage batteries 000 Nos Dry cells batteries Mill.Nos G.L.S. lamps Mill.Nos Electric fans $ 000 Nos Locomotives all types Numbers Automobiles (3) 000 Nos Motor cycles 000 Nos Scooter and mopeds 000 Nos Bicycles all kinds 000 Nos For source & footnotes please see next page. Contd 92

123 IX. INDUSTRY BLE 9.1 PRODUCTION OF SELECTED ITEMS OF MAJOR MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES-Con Production Item Unit Phosphatic fertilizers 000 Tonne Nitrogenous fertilizers 000 Tonne Paints, enamels & varnishes $ 000 Tonne Soap $ 000 Tonne Matches $ Mil.boxes Cement Mn.Tonne Asbestos (cement sheets and accessories) 000 Tonne Pig iron 000 Tonne Stainless/ alloy steel 000 Tonne Aluminium ingots 000 Tonne Tractors 000 Nos Diesel engines 000 Nos Textile machinery Rs.Mn Printing machinery Rs.Mn Power driven pumps 000 Nos Machine tools $ Rs.Bn Sewing machines 000 Nos Air conditioners window type 000 Nos Refrigerators (domestic) 000 Nos Power & dist. transformers Mill.K.V.A (IPP) Electric motors Mn. H.P PVC/PICL K.Metre Telecommunication cables Mill.Mtr Sources: 1.Central Statistical Organisation (1) Includes edible hydrogenated oil, soyabeen oil,sunflower oil,coconut oil,cotton seed oil, groundnut oil, mustard/ rape seed oil, rice bran oil and till seed oil. (2) Include bicycle tyres & tubes, giant tyres and tubes, Tractors/a.d.v. tyres and two-wheelers tyres. (3) Include commercial vehicles, zeep type vehicles and passanger cars. $ Include production of small scale sector also. $$: Includes production of decentralised sector also. 93

124 IX. INDUSTRY TABLE 9.2 INDEX NUMBER OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION (Base: =100) Item Weight Mining & Quarrying Manufacturing Food products Beverages,tobacco and related products Cotton textiles Wool,silk and man-made fibre textiles Mfg.of Jute and other vegetable fibre textiles (except cotton) Textile products (incl. wearing apparel) Wood and wood products,furnitures and fixtures Paper,paper products and printing, publishing & allied industries Leather and leather and fur products

125 IX. INDUSTRY TABLE 9.2 INDEX NUMBER OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION-concld. (Base: =100) Item Weight Basic chemical and chemical products (except products of petroleum & coal) Rubber, plastic, petroleum and coal products Non-metallic mineral products Basic metal and alloy industries Metal products and parts except machinery & transport equipment Machinery and equipments other than transport equipment Transport equipments and parts Other manufacturing industries Electricity General Index(crude) Source: Central Statistical Organisation 95

126 250 INDEX NO.OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION (Base : =100) MINING & QUARRYING MANUFACTURING ELECTRICITY GENERAL INDEX (CRUDE)

127 IX. INDUSTRY TABLE 9.3 ANNUAL SURVEY OF INDUSTRIES-FACTORY SECTOR SUMMARY RESULTS Item/Unit Number of factories (No.) Productive capital (Rs Million) Fixed capital (Rs.Million) Working capital (Rs.Million) Workers employed ('000) Other persons engaged ('000) Wages to workers (Rs Million) Total inputs (RsMillion) Fuels consumed (Rs.Million) Materials consumed (Rs Million) Depreciation (Rs.Million) Total output (Rs Million) Net value added (Rs.Million) Source: Central Statistical Organisation 96

128 ANNUAL SURVEY OF INDUSTRIES FACTORY SECTOR REPORTING FACTORIES ( 000 Number ) (RUPEES BILLION) PRODUCTIVE CAPITAL OUTPUT NET VALUE ADDED

129 IX. INDUSTRY TABLE 9.4 ANNUAL SURVEY OF INDUSTRIES : CAPITAL AND OUTPUT FACTORY SECTOR (Rs.Mn.) Industry No. of Productive Total Net Value Code/group (NIC-98) factories capital output added 01 Agriculture, hunting and related service activities Mining and quarrying,n.e.c Manufacture of food products and beverages Manufactore of tobacco products Manufacture of textiles Manufacture of wearing apparel,dressing and dyeing of fur Tanning and dressing of leather, manufacture of luggage, handbags, saddlery, harness and footwear Manufacture of wood and wood products and cork,except furniture Manufacture of paper and paper products Publishing, printing and reproduction of recorded media Manufacture of coke, refined petroleum products and nuclear fuel Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products Manufacture of rubber and plastics products Manufacture of other non- metallic mineral products Manufacture of basic metals Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment Contd 97

130 IX. INDUSTRY TABLE 9.4 ANNUAL SURVEY OF INDUSTRIES : CAPITAL AND OUTPUT FACTORY SECTOR Contd. (Rs.Mn.) Industry No. of Productive Total Net Value Code/group (NIC-98) factories capital output added 29 Manufacture of mechinery and equipment N.E.C Manufacture of Office,Accounting and Computing Machinery Manufacture of electrical machinery and apparatus N.E.C Manufacture of radio, television and communication equipment and apparatus Manufacture of medical, precision and optical instrument, watches and clocks Manufacture of motore vehicles, trailers and semi- trailers Manufacture of other transport equipment Manufacture of furniture, manufacturing N.E.C Recycling Others Total(all industries)

131 IX. INDUSTRY TABLE 9.4 ANNUAL SURVEY OF INDUSTRIES : CAPITAL AND OUTPUT FACTORY SECTOR (Rs.Mn.) Industry No. of Productive Total Net Value Code/group (NIC-04) factories capital output added 01 Agriculture, hunting and related service activities Mining and quarrying,n.e.c Manufacture of food products and beverages Manufactore of tobacco products Manufacture of textiles Manufacture of wearing apparel,dressing and dyeing of fur Tanning and dressing of leather, manufacture of luggage, handbags, saddlery, harness and footwear Manufacture of wood and wood products and cork,except furniture Manufacture of paper and paper products Publishing, printing and reproduction of recorded media Manufacture of coke, refined petroleum products and nuclear fuel Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products Manufacture of rubber and plastics products Manufacture of other non- metallic mineral products Manufacture of basic metals Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment Contd. 99

132 IX. INDUSTRY TABLE 9.4 ANNUAL SURVEY OF INDUSTRIES : CAPITAL AND OUTPUT FACTORY SECTOR Concld. (Rs.Mn.) Industry No. of Productive Total Net Value Code/group (NIC-04) factories capital output added 29 Manufacture of mechinery and equipment N.E.C Manufacture of Office,Accounting and Computing Machinery Manufacture of electrical machinery and apparatus N.E.C Manufacture of radio, television and communication equipment and apparatus Manufacture of medical, precision and optical instrument, watches and clocks Manufacture of motore vehicles, trailers and semi- trailers Manufacture of other transport equipment Manufacture of furniture, manufacturing N.E.C Recycling Others Total(all industries) Source: Central Statistical Organisation N.E.C.- Not Elsewhere Classified Note: Totals may not tally due to rounding off of the figures. 100

133 IX. INDUSTRY TABLE 9.5 ANNUAL SURVEY OF INDUSTRIES: EMPLOYMENT AND VALUE ADDED-STATEWISE:FACTORY SECTOR Total Persons Net Value added by employed Factory Sector State/Union Territory Nos. % to Rs. % to Rank total Mn. total States: Andhra Pradesh Assam Bihar Chattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttarakhand Uttar Pradesh West Bengal Contd

134 Total Persons Net Value added by engaged Factory Sector State/Union Territory Nos. % to Rs. % to Rank total Mn. total Union Territories: Andaman & Nicobar Chandigarh Delhi Dadra & N Haveli Daman & Diu Pondicherry Total For source & footnotes please see page no. IX. INDUSTRY TABLE 9.5 ANNUAL SURVEY OF INDUSTRIES: EMPLOYMENT AND VALUE ADDED-STATEWISE:FACTORY SECTOR -Contd

135 IX. INDUSTRY TABLE 9.5 ANNUAL SURVEY OF INDUSTRIES: EMPLOYMENT AND VALUE ADDED-STATEWISE:FACTORY SECTOR - Contd Total Persons Net Value added by employed Factory Sector State/Union Territory Nos. % to Rs. % to Rank total Mn. total States: Andhra Pradesh Assam Bihar Chattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttarakhand Uttar Pradesh West Bengal

136 Total Persons Net Value added by engaged Factory Sector State/Union Territory Nos. % to Rs. % to Rank total Mn. total Union Territories: IX. INDUSTRY TABLE 9.5 ANNUAL SURVEY OF INDUSTRIES: EMPLOYMENT AND VALUE ADDED-STATEWISE:FACTORY SECTOR -Concld Andaman & Nicobar Chandigarh Delhi Dadra & N Haveli Daman & Diu Pondicherry Total Source: Central Statistical Organisation Notes: 1. ASI excludes the States of Arunachal Pradesh,Mizoram,Sikkim and Union Territory of Lakshadweep. 2. Totals may not tally due to rounding off of the figures. 104

137 IX INDUSTRY Table 9.6 PERFORMANCE OF SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES SECTOR SI.No/Item No.of units('000 persons.) Production at constant prices (at Prices) (Rs.Ten million)# a)target b)achievement Production at current prices (Rs. Ten million) a)target b)achievement Employment('000 persons) a)target b)achievement Export(Rs.Ten million) a)target b)achievement Source: Office of the Development Commissioner (MSME) Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises # Figures based on the growth rate compiled the IIP(SSI) with new base year

138 ANNUAL SURVEY OF INDUSTRIES FACTORY SECTOR REPORTING FACTORIES ( 000 Number ) (RUPEES BILLION) PRODUCTIVE CAPITAL OUTPUT NET VALUE ADDED

139 250 INDEX NO.OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION (Base : =100) MINING & QUARRYING MANUFACTURING ELECTRICITY GENERAL INDEX (CRUDE)

140 X. FUEL AND POWER TABLE 10.1 PRIMARY SOURCES OF ENERGY (Production) ( 000 tonne) Source Coal Lignite Natural Gas(MCM) Crude Petroleum (TMT) Petroleum Products (TMT)# Source: 1.Office of the Coal Controler, Ministry of Coal 2.Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas # Excludes LPG production from fractionators. TMT : Thousand Metric Tonnes MCM:-Million Cubic Metres 106

141 COAL PRODUCTION IN INDIA ( `000 Tonne )

142 X. FUEL AND POWER TABLE 10.2 PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF RAW COAL & LIGNITE (Million tonne) Item/Industry I. Raisings of coal II. Total despatch of coal Despatch by rail of coal Despatch of Coal by Road Despatch of Coal by other mean III. Distribution of Coal to Principal Industries 1. Steel & Washery Railways Electricity Cement Paper Fertilizer Textile Soft Coke Brick Others Source: Office of the Coal Controller, Ministry of Coal 107

143 X. FUEL AND POWER TABLE 10.3 ELECTRICITY: INSTALLED GENERATING CAPACITY- ALL INDIA (MW) as on 31st March Type Utilities Steam Hydro Gas Diesel & wind Nuclear Non-Utilities 8613* Total Source: Central Electricity Authority *The data for the year 1991 includes 111mw relates to Railways coverd under non-utilities. Note: Capacity figures relate to the total existing at the end of the financial year. 108

144 ELECTRICITY INSTALLED GENERATING CAPACITY ( UTILITIES ONLY ) (Mw) GENERATED AND SOLD ( Bn.Kwh) Generation Sale

145 X. FUEL AND POWER TABLE 10.4 ELECTRICITY: INSTALLED GENERATING CAPACITY- (*) BY STATES (MW) as on 31st March States/ Union Territories Andhra Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhatisgarh Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttaranchal West Bengal Delhi D.V.C Central Govt.Projects Others India Source: Central Electricity Authority Notes:- (1) D.V.C. stand for Damodar Vally Corporation. (2) Installed capcity of jointly owned projects have been shown divided between the partner states. (*) Relates to public utilities only. 109

146 X. FUEL AND POWER TABLE 10.5 ELECTRICITY: GENERATED AND SOLD (Bn. kwh) Item Generation Utilities (UT) Steam Hydro Oil and gas & wind Nuclear Non-utilities(NU) Sales Domestic light and small power Commercial light and small power Industrial power Public lighting Railways/Tramways Agriculture Public water and sewage pumping Miscellaneous Per capita generation (1) (kwh) (1) Both public utilities and non-utilities. Note:Totals may not tally due to rounding off of the figures. Source: Central Electricity Authority 110

147 X. FUEL AND POWER Table 10.6 ELECTRICITY : PURCHASED AS PER CLASSIFICATION NIC 98 4-DIGIT INDUSTRIES (ASI ) Industry (thousand kwh) Code Industry Description Quantity 0140 Agricultural and animal husbandry service ativities, except veterinary activities Extraction of salt Production, processing and preserving of meat and meat products Processing and preserving of fish and fish products Processing and preserving of fruit and vegetables Manufature of vegetable and animal oils and fats Manufacture of dairy product Manufacture of grain mill products Manufacture of starches and starch products Manufacture of prepared animal feeds Manufacture of bakery products Manufacture of sugar Manufacture of coaoa, chocolate and sugar confectionery Manufcture of macaroni, noodles, conscious and similar farinaceous products Manufacture of other food products n.e.c Distilling, rectifying and blending of spirits; ethyl alcohol production from fermented m Manufacture of wines Manufacture of malt liquors and malt Manufacture of soft drinks; production of mineral waters Manufacture of tobaco products Preparation and spinning of textile fiber including weaving of textiles Finishing of textile Manufacture of made-up textile articles, except apparel Manufacture of carpet and rugs Manufacture of cordage, rope, twine and netting Manufacture of other textiles n.e.c Manufacture of knitted and crocheted fabrics and articles Contd. 111

148 Industry Industry Description code X. FUEL AND POWER TABLE 10.6 ELECTRICITY: PURCHASED AS PER CLASSIFICATION NIC 98 4-DIGIT INDUSTRIES (ASI )-contd. (thousand kwh) Quantity 1810 Manufcture of wearing apparel, except fur apparel Dressing and dyeing of fur; manufacture of articles of fur Tanning and dressing of leather Manufcture of luggage, handbags, and the like, saddlery and harness Manufacture of footwear Saw milling and planing of wood Manufacture of products of wood, cork, straw and plaiting materials Manufacture of veneer sheets; manufacture of ply wood, laminboard, particle board and other panels and boards 2022 Manufacture of builders' carpentry and joinery Manufacturing of wooden containers Manufacture of other products of wood, manufacture of articles of cork, straw and 8657 plaiting materials 2101 Manufacture of pulp, paper and paper board Manufacture of corrugated paper and paperboard and of containers of paper and paperbo Manufacture of other articles and paper and paperboard Publishing of books, brochures, musical books and other publications Publishing of newspapers, journals and periodicals Other publishing Printing Service activities related to printing Reproduction of recorded media Manufacture of coke oven products Manufacture of refined petroleum products Manufacture of basic chemicals except fertilizers and itrogen compounds Manufacture of fertilizers and nitrogen compounds Manufacture of plastics in primary forms and of synthetic rubber Manufacture of pesticides and other agro chemical products

149 X. FUEL AND POWER TABLE 10.6 ELECTRICITY: PURCHASED AS PER CLASSIFICATION NIC 98 4-DIGIT INDUSTRIES (ASI )-contd. (thousand kwh) Industry Industry Description Quantity code 2422 Printing ink and mastics Manufacture of pharmaceuticals, medicinal chemicals and botanical products Manufacture of soap and detergents, cleaning and polishing preparations, perfumes and toilet preparations 2429 Manufacture of other chemical product n.e.c Manufacture of man-made fibers Manufacture of rubber tyres and tubes; retreading and rebuilding of rubber tyres Manufacture of other rubber products Manufacture of plastic products Manufacture of glass and glass products Manufacture of non-structural non-refractory ceramic ware Manufacture of refractory ceramic products Manufacture of structural non-refractory clay and ceramic products Manufacture of cement, lime and plaster Manufacture of articles of concrete, cement and plaster Cutting, shaping and finishing of stone Manufacture of other non-metallin mineral products n.e.c Manufacture of Basic Iron & Steel Manufcture of basic precious and non-ferrous metals Casting of iron and steel Casting of non-ferrous metals Manufacture o9f structural metal products Manufacture of tanks, reservoirs and containers of metal Manufacture of steam generators, except central heating hot water boilers Forging, pressing, stamping and roll-forming of metal; powder metallurgy Treatment and coating of metals; general mechanical engineering on a fee or contract ba Manufacture of cutlery, hand tools and general hardware Manufacture of other fabricated metal products n.e.c Manufacture of engines and turbines, except aircraft, vehicle and cycle engines

150 Industry Industry Description code X. FUEL AND POWER TABLE 10.6 ELECTRICITY: PURCHASED AS PER CLASSIFICATION NIC 98 4-DIGIT INDUSTRIES (ASI )-contd. (thousand kwh) Quantity 2912 Manufacture of pumps, compressors, taps and valves Manufacture of bearings, gears, gearing and driving elements Manufacture of ovens, furnaces and furnace burners Manufacture of lifting and handling equipment Manufacture of other general purpose machinery Manufacture of agricultural and forestry machinery Manufactrure of machine-tools Manufcture of machinery for metallurgy; converters, ingot moulds, ladles and casting machines; metal rolling mills and rolls for such mills Manufacture of machinery for minng, quarrying and construction Manufacture of machinery for food, beverage and tobacco processing Manufacture of machinery for textile, apparel and leather production Manfacture of weapons and ammunition Manufacture of other special purpose machinery Manufacture of domestic appliances, n.e.c Manufacture of office, accounting and computing machinery Manufacture of electric motors, generators and transformers Manufacture of electricity distribution and control apparatus for a voltage exceeding Manufacture of insulated wire and cable Manufacture of accumulators, primary cells and primary batteries Manufacture of electric lamps and lighting equipment Manufacture of other electrical equipment n.e.c Manufacture of electronic valves and tubes and other electronic components

151 Industry Industry Description code X. FUEL AND POWER TABLE 10.6 ELECTRICITY: PURCHASED AS PER CLASSIFICATION NIC 98 4-DIGIT INDUSTRIES (ASI )-concld. (thousand kwh) Quantity 3220 Manufacture of television and radio transmitters and apparatus for line telephonny and line telegraphy 3230 Manufacture of television and radio receivers, sound or video recording apparatus, and associated goods 3311 Manufacture of medical and surgical equipment and orthopedic appliances Manufacture of instruments and appliances for measuring, checking, testing, navigating other purposes except industrial process control equipment 3313 Manufacture of industrial process control equipment Manufacture of optical instruments and photographic equipment Manufacture of watches and clocks Manufacture of motor vehicles Manufacture of bodies (coach work) for motor vehicles; manufacture of trailers and sem Manufacture of parts and accessories for motor vehicles and their engines Building and repairing of ships Building and repairing of pleasure and sporting boats Manufacture of railway and tramway locomotives and rolling stock Manufacture of aircraft and spacecraft Manufacture of motorcycles Manufacture of bicycles and invalid carriages Manufacture fo toher transport equipment n.e.c Manufacture of furniture Manufacture of jewellery and related articles Manufacture of musical instruments Manufacture of sports goods Manufacture of games and toys Other manufacturing n.e.c Recycling of metal waste and scrap Electricity, gas and water supply 5058 others Total Source: Central Statistical Organisation 115

152 X. FUEL AND POWER TABLE 10.7 RURAL ELECTRIFICATION IN INDIA (thousand kwh) Number of Villages * # Villages Electrified % of Villages Electrified * As on 1st April, # As on 1st November, As on 31st December, Source: Central Electricity Authority 116

153 XI. FOREIGN TRADE TABLE 11.1 VALUE OF FOREIGN TRADE IN MERCHANDISE AND TREASURE (Rs. Ten Million) Item Exports Merchandise including re-export Imports Merchandise Treasure Balance of Trade Merchandise Treasure Total (Merchandise & Treasure) Source: Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence & Statistics * Treasure figures relate to gold bullion, coins, etc. However in Case of exports and re-exports, treasure figures are not available 117

154 BALANCE OF TRADE (RS.TEN MILLION)

155 FOREIGN TRADE ( Rs. Ten Million) Exports including re-exports Imports

156 XI. FOREIGN TRADE TABLE 11.2 IMPORTS OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE BY PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES Commodity Unit Milk and cream '000 tonne Wheat Rs.Ten Milliion Fruit fresh & nut Rs.Ten Milliion Rice Rs.Ten Milliion Wool raw '000 tonne Cotton raw '000 tonne Jute raw '000 tonne Petroleum, petroleum products and related materials Rs.Ten Milliion Organic chemicals Rs.Ten Milliion Medicinal and pharmaceutical products Rs.Ten Milliion Fertilizers manu factured Rs.Ten Milliion Artificial resin & plastic materials Rs.Ten Milliion Ingots,blooms,slabs, billets etc. '000 tonnes Textile yarn and thread Rs.Ten Milliion Joists,girders,angles,shapes, sections etc. '000 tonnes Universal plates and sheets excl. tinned and galvanised sheets Rs.Ten Milliion Wire rods and wire coated or not Rs.Ten Milliion Tubes,pipes and fittings of iron Rs.Ten Milliion Contd. 118

157 XI. FOREIGN TRADE TABLE 11.2 IMPORTS OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE BY PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES-Concld. (Value in Rs. Ten Million) Commodity Steam generating boilers Internal combustion diesel engines Metal working machinery Textile & leather machinery and accessories Mining & construction machinery Mechanical handling equipment Electric generators, motors etc Insulated cables and wires for electricity Telecommunication equipments Railway vehicles Road motor vehicles Aircrafts Scientific,medical,optical,measuring and controlling equipments Others Grand Total Source: Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence & Statistics 119

158 XI. FOREIGN TRADE TABLE 11.3 VALUE OF PRINCIPAL IMPORTS (Percentage distribution) Item/Group Mineral fuels and lubricants Machinery i.electrical ii.other than electrical Iron and steel Fertilizers crude and manufactured Transport equipment Non-ferrous metals Paper, paper board and manufactures thereof Professional,scientific and controlling instruments Cereals and cereal preparation Medicinal and pharmaceutical products Fruits and vegetables Dyeing,tanning and colouring materials Chemical elements and compounds Cotton (raw) Others Total Source: Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence & Statistics 120

159 XI. FOREIGN TRADE TABLE 11.4 VALUE OF IMPORTS OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE BY PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES (Rs. Ten Million) Country Commonwealth Countries Australia Bangladesh Canada Kenya Kuwait Malaysia New Zealand Singapore Sri Lanka Tanzania Republic United Kingdom Others Austria Belgium Myanmar Congo People's Republic Denmark Czech Republic Serbia Montngro Contd. 121

160 XI. FOREIGN TRADE TABLE 11.4 VALUE OF IMPORTS OF FOREIGN MERCHANDISE BY PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES - Concld. (Rs. Ten Million) Country Egypt Arab Republic Germany Finland France Iran Iraq Italy Japan Mozambique Norway Pakistan Poland Saudi Arabia Sudan Sweden Switzerland U.S.A U.S.S.R Total Imports (#) Figures relate to Russia. Source: Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence & Statistics 122

161 XI. FOREIGN TRADE TABLE 11.5 QUANTUM INDEX OF IMPORTS (Base: =100) Commodity Group Food & food articles Beverages and tobacco Crude materials,inedible except fuels Mineral fuels and lubricants Animal and vegetable oils,fats and waxes Chemicals & related products Manufactured goods classified chiefly by materials Machinery and transport equipments Miscellaneous manufactured articles General Index Gross Terms of trade (1) (1) Ratio of overall imports and exports quantum indices. Source: Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence & Statistics 123

162 XI. FOREIGN TRADE TABLE 11.6 UNIT VALUE INDEX OF IMPORTS (Base: =100) Commodity Group Food & food articles Beverages & tobacco Crude materials, inedible except fuels Mineral fuels and lubricants Animal and vegetable oils,fats and waxes Chemicals and related products Manufactured goods classified chiefly by materials Machinery and transport equipments Miscellaneous manufactured articles General Index Net terms of trade (1) (1) Ratio of overall exports unit value index to similar imports index. Source: Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence & Statistics 124

163 XI. FOREIGN TRADE TABLE 11.7 EXPORTS OF INDIAN MERCHANDISE BY PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES ( Quantity 000 tonnes) ( Value.Rs.Ten Millions) Commodity Qty Value Qty Value Qty Value Qty Value Marine products Cashew kernel Sugar and molasses es Spices Coffee and coffee substitutes Tea and mate Tobacco(unmanufactured) Cotton raw Mica uncut(including spillingand waste) Iron ore Manganese ore Shellac Coal Castor oil Medicinal and pharmaceutical products V= Value Q=Quantity Contd. 125

164 XI. FOREIGN TRADE TABLE 11.7 EXPORTS OF INDIAN MERCHANDISE BY PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES-Contd. Commodity Unit ( Value.Rs.Ten Millions) Qty Value Qty Value Qty Value Qty Value Artificial resins and plastic materials and cellulose easters & other articles Leather Cotton fabrics, Ten Millions sq. grey unbleached metre Mill made cotton Ten Millions sq. fabrics bleached metre Handloom cotton fabrics grey Ten Millions sq. unbleached metre Jute fabrics 000 tonnes Made up articles wholly or chiefly of jute (incl.jute floor covering) Jutebagsand sacks 000 tonnes Woollen carpets, Ten Millions sq. rugs etc. metre Pig-iron,spiegeleisen, sponge iron ore and steel powders and shots ferro-alloys 000 tonnes V= Value. Q=Quantity 126

165 XI. FOREIGN TRADE TABLE 11.7 EXPORTS OF INDIAN MERCHANDISE BY PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES-Concld. Commodity Unit ( Value.Rs.Ten Millions) Qty Value Qty Value Qty Value Qty Value Iron & steel bars, rods,angles, shapes & sections (incl. sheet pilling) 000 tonnes Rails (railwayand tramway) 000 tonnes Tubes, pipes & fittings of iron and steel 000 tonnes Internal combustion diesel engines other than aircraft engines Metal workingmachinery Sewing machine 000 no Fans 000 no Railway and tramway goods vans, wagons and tracks no Motor vehicles no Bicycles 000 no Clothing (except fur clothing) Leather footwear V= Value. Q=Quantity Source: Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence & Statistics 127

166 XI. FOREIGN TRADE TABLE 11.8 VALUE OF PRINCIPAL EXPORTS (Percentage distribution) Item/Group Machinery & transport equipment Tea Leather & leather manufacture (incl.garments footwear & travel goods) Jute manufactures (incl.twist and yarn) Iron ore Coffee Cotton yarn fabricsmade up etc Cotton raw Cashew kernels Oil cakes Tobacco unmanufactured Pepper (black) Sugar & molasses Manganese ore Mica(incl. spilling and waste) Hides & skins (raw) Wool (raw) Others Total Source: Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence & Statistics 128

167 XI. FOREIGN TRADE TABLE 11.9 VALUE OF EXPORTS OF INDIAN MERCHANDISE BY PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES (Rs. Ten Million) Country Commonwealth Countries Australia Bahrein Bangladesh Canada Ghana Hong Kong Kenya Kuwait Malaysia Mauritius New Zealand Nigeria Qatar Singapore Sri Lanka Tanzania Republic United Kingdom Yemen Arab Republic Contd. 129

168 XI. FOREIGN TRADE TABLE 11.9 VALUE OF EXPORTS OF INDIAN MERCHANDISE BY PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES-Contd. (Rs. Ten Million) Country Others Afghanistan Argentina Belgium Bulgaria Denmark Egypt Arab Republic Ethiopia France Germany Hungary Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland Italy Japan Czech Republic Serbia Montngro

169 XI. FOREIGN TRADE TABLE 11.9 VALUE OF EXPORTS OF INDIAN MERCHANDISE BY PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES-Concld. (Rs. Ten Million) Country Others - Contd. Myanmar Nepal Netherlands Norway Pakistan Poland Romania Saudi Arabia Socialist Republic of Vietnam Sudan Sweden Switzarland Syrian Arab Republic Thailand U.S.A U.S.S.R Total Exports (#) Figures relate to Russia. Source: Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence & Statistics 131

170 FOREIGN TRADE BY COUNTRIES ( Rs. Ten Million) Iran Kuwait Denmark Canada Australia Sri Lanka Imports Exports Malaysia France Singapore Bangladesh Czech Republic Kenya Italy Belgium Japan Germany United Kingdom U.S.A. U.S.S.R

171 XI. FOREIGN TRADE TABLE QUANTUM INDEX OF EXPORTS (Base: =100) Commodity Group Food and food articles Beverages & tobacco Crude materials,inedible except fuels Mineral fuels and lubricants Animal & vegetable oils fats and waxes Chemicals and related products Manufactured goods classified chiefly by materials Machinery and transport equipments Misc. manufactured articles General Index Source: Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence & Statistics 132

172 1200 Quantum Index of Exports ( Base : =100 )

173 XI. FOREIGN TRADE TABLE UNIT VALUE INDEX OF EXPORTS (Base: =100) Commodity Group Food and food articles Beverages and tobacco Crude materials,inedible except fuels Mineral fuels and lubricants Animal & vegetable oils fats and waxes Chemicals and related products Manufactured goods classified chiefly by materials Machinery & transport equipment Misc. manufactured articles General Index Source: Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence & Statistics 133

174 RAILWAYS Earning in Rs.Billion and Passenger Km. In Billion Nos Working Expenses Net Earnings Passenger Kilometers Average Earning Per Km.(Paise) Per Passenger Per Tonne

175 XII. TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATION AND TOURISM TABLE 12.1 RAILWAYS-GENERAL STATISTICS Item Unit Route length '000 km Capital-at-Charge (1) Rs.Billion Gross Traffic Receipts Rs.Billion Working expenses Rs.Billion Net earnings Rs.Billion Passenger- Originating Billion Kilometers Billion Earnings Rs.Billion Average earnings per passenger per km. Paise Freight-Tonnes Originating Billion Kilometres Billion Earnings Rs.Billion Average earnings per tonne per km. Paise Rolling stock in service Locomotives '000 no Passenger carriages(2) '000 no Goods wagons etc.(3) '000 no Source: Railway Board (1) Excludes capital relating to Metropolitan Transport Projects (Railways).Includes Rs.12,816 crore upto the year on account of investment from capital fund (2) Includes Electric Multiple Unit Coaches. (3) Includes special wagons,brake vans,and also railway service vehicles inspection trollie travelling cranes and their dummy trucks. 134

176 XII. TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATION AND TOURISM TABLE 12.2 RAILWAYS (1) - WAGON LOADINGS BY COMMODITIES (Broad Gauge) ('000 wagons loaded) Commodity Revenue earning traffic Coal and coke Grains and pulses Oilseeds Cotton raw Jute raw Jute manufactures Sugar Sugarcane Cement Iron and steel Tea Manganese ore Iron ore Other metallic ores Limestone and dolomite Miscellaneous Non-revenue traffic Grand Total (1) Government Railways only (in terms of four-wheelers). Source: Railway Board 135

177 XII. TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATION AND TOURISM TABLE 12.3 RAILWAYS (1) - WAGON LOADINGS BY COMMODITIES (Metre Gauge) ('000 wagons loaded) Commodity Revenue earning traffic Coal and coke Grains and pulses Oilseeds Cotton raw Jute raw Jute manufactures Sugar Sugarcane Cement Iron and steel Manganese ore Iron ore Other metallic ores Limestone and dolomite Miscellaneous Non-revenue traffic Grand Total (1) Government Railways only (in terms of four wheelers). Source: Railway Board 136

178 XII. TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATION AND TOURISM TABLE 12.4 TOTAL ROAD LENGTH BY SURFACE (As on 31st March) (kilometre) Year/State/UT Road Length(Kms.)+ Surfaced Unsurfaced Total length Per 100 Per Lakh Sq.Kms of Popuof Area lation * Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Karnataka Kerala Madyha Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh West Bengal for footnotes please see next page. Contd. 137

179 XII. TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATION AND TOURISM TABLE 12.4 TOTAL ROAD LENGTH BY SURFACE-Concld. (As on 31st March) (kilometre) Year/State/UT Road Length(Kms.)+ Surfaced Unsurfaced Total length Per 100 Per Lakh Sq.Kms of Popuof Area lation++ Union Territories: A & N Islands Chandigarh Dadra & Nagar Haveli Daman & Diu Delhi Lakshadweep Pondicherry Source: Transport Research Wing, Ministry of Road Transport & Highways + Excluding Jawahar Rojgar Yojna (JRY) Roads except for Estimated mid year population by Registrar General of India, Ministry of Home Affairs. (As on 1st July, ). * Calculated on the basis of the population of 1991 Census. 138

180 XII. TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATION AND TOURISM TABLE 12.5 NUMBER OF REGISTERED MOTOR VEHICLES ('000 number) Type of vehicle as on 31st March (P) Two wheelers Cars,Jeeps and Taxis Goods vehicles Others (1) Total (1) Include tractors,trailers, three wheelers (passengers ) and other miscellaneous vehicles which are not separately Include omni-buses. (P)-Provisional Source: Transport Research Wing, Ministry of Road Transport & Highways TABLE 12.6 NUMBER OF PERSONS KILLED AND INJURED BY MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS ('000 no.) Item (P) Road accidents Persons killed Persons injured (P)- Provisional. Source: Motor Transport Statistics of India, Ministry of Road Transport& Highways 139

181 XII. TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATION AND TOURISM TABLE 12.7 : CIVIL AVIATION-DOMESTIC SERVICES Item Unit Aircraft Hours flown ('000) Kilometres flown (Billion) Passenger Number carried ('000) Kilometres performed (Billion) Seat kilometres available (Billion) Load factor % Cargo carried ('000 tonne) Freight ('000 tonne) Mail ('000 tonne) Tonne kilometres performed (Billion) Passenger (Billion) Freight (Billion) Mail (Billion) Capacity Tonne kilometres available (Billion) Weight load factor % Source: Office of the Director General of Civil Aviation 140

182 XII. TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATION AND TOURISM TABLE 12.8 : CIVIL AVIATION-INTERNATIONAL SERVICES Item Unit Aircraft Hours flown ('000) Kilometres flown (Billion) Passenger Number carried ('000) Kilometres performed (Billion) Seat kilometres available (Billion) Load factor (%) Cargo carried ('000 tonne) Freight ('000 tonne) Mail ('000 tonne) Tonne kilometres performed (Billion) Passenger (Billion) Freight (Billion) Mail (Billion) Capacity Tonne kilometres available (Billion) Weight load factor (%) Source: Office of the Director General of Civil Aviation 141

183 (As on 31st December) 600 NUMBER OF VESSELS TONNAGE( 000 GRT) Coastal Trade Overseas Trade

184 XII. TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATION AND TOURISM TABLE 12.9 SHIPPING - STRENGTH OF INDIAN SHIPPING FLEET Category As on 31st December Vessels engaged in coastal trade Number Tonnage ('000 GRT) Vessels engaged in overseas trade Number Tonnage ('000 GRT) Total Number Tonnage ('000 GRT) GRT Gross Registered Tonnage. Source: Transport Research Wing, Ministry of Shipping,Road Transport & Highways 142

185 TABLE SHIPPING-NUMBER AND TONNAGE OF VESSELS ENTERED (all major ports) Item (P) Overseas Number Tonnage('000 NRT) Coastal Number Tonnage('000 NRT) Total Number Tonnage('000 NRT) NRT Net Registered Tonnage. Source: Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics 143

186 XII. TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATION AND TOURISM TABLE SHIPPING- CARGO HANDLED AT MAJOR PORTS ('000 tonne) Overseas Coastal Year Unloaded Loaded Total Unloaded Loaded Total Calcutta/Haldia Mumbai Chennai Vishakhapatnam Kandla Contd.

187 XII. TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATION AND TOURISM TABLE SHIPPING- CARGO HANDLED AT MAJOR PORTS-Contd. ('000 tonne) Overseas Coastal Year Unloaded Loaded Total Unloaded Loaded Total Mormugao Paradip Cochin Jawaharlal Nehru New Mangalore Contd.

188 XII. TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATION AND TOURISM TABLE SHIPPING- CARGO HANDLED AT MAJOR PORTS-Concld. ('000 tonne) Overseas Coastal Year Unloaded Loaded Total Unloaded Loaded Total Tuticorin Ennore _ 3401 _ _ 8485 _ _ 9277 _ _ 8838 Total- All Major Ports Source: Transport Research Wing, Ministry of Shipping,Road Transport & Highways. 146

189 SHIPPING CARGO HANDLED AT MAJOR PORTS ( 000 TONNES) Overseas Coastal

190 XII. TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATION AND TOURISM TABLE POSTS,TELEGRAPHS AND TELEPHONES - TRAFFIC AND EARNINGS Item Unit Number of units (1) Post offices (2) ' Telegraph offices (3) ' Number of Telephones (4) ' Traffic handled Postal articles (5) (including M.Os.) Ten million Regd.articles (6) Ten million Money orders (7) Ten million Value of M.Os. Rs. Ten million Telegrams booked (8) Ten million Trunk calls (9) (effective) Ten million Earnings Postal revenues Rs. Ten million Telecom revenue (10) Rs. Ten million Sources & footnotes: : 1. Department of Posts 2. Department of Telecommunications (1) As at the end of the financial year. (2) Include permanent and experimental post offices. (3) Include licensed offices. (4) Including WLL and cellular mobile phones. (5) Include service and registered articles. (6) Include foreign traffic of Posts and Telegraphs. (7) Include foreign money orders issued. (8) Include foreign telegrams. (9) As per records of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd.(BSNL). (10) Includes advance rental in the "Own Your Telephone"Scheme, Telegraph Revenue and Wireless Revenue. It does not include MTNL, Mumbai and Delhi however excludes network charges received from MTNL. 147

191 XII. TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATION AND TOURISM TABLE NUMBER OF FOREIGN TOURISTS TO INDIA BY COUNTRY OF NATIONALITY (No.) Nationality North America Canada U.S.A Others Central and South America Argentina Brazil Mexico Others Western Europe Austria Belgium Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Ireland Italy Netherlands Norway Portugal Spain Sweeden Switzerland U.K Others Contd 148

192 XII. TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATION AND TOURISM TABLE NUMBER OF FOREIGN TOURISTS TO INDIA BY COUNTRY OF NATIONALITY-Contd. (No.) Nationality Eastern Europe Czechoslovakia Hungry Poland C.I.S.(USSR)(*) Others Africa Egypt Ethiopia Kenya Mali Mauritius Nigeria South Africa Sudan Tanzania Zambia Others West Asia Bahrain Israel Jorden (*) Data for the year 1991 relates to former U.S.S.R. 149

193 XII. TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATION AND TOURISM TABLE NUMBER OF FOREIGN TOURISTS TO INDIA BY COUNTRY OF NATIONALITY-Contd. (No.) Nationality Kuwait Oman Qatar Saudi Arabia Syria Turkey U.A.E Yemen Arab Rep Others South Asia Afghanistan Iran Maldives Nepal Pakistan Bangladesh Srilanka Bhutan Others South East Asia Indonesia Malaysia Maynnar Philippines

194 XII. TRANSPORT, COMMUNICATION AND TOURISM TABLE NUMBER OF FOREIGN TOURISTS TO INDIA BY COUNTRY OF NATIONALITY-Concld. (No.) Nationality Singapore Thailand Others East Asia China Hong Kong Japan Korea Others Autralasia Australia Newzeland Fiji Others Stateless Others Grand Total Source: Ministry of Tourism 151

195 XIII. BANKING AND CURRENCY TABLE 13.1 RESERVE BANK OF INDIA-ISSUE DEPARTMENT (Rs.Bn) Item as on last Friday of December Liabilities Notes in circulation Notes held in Banking Department Assets Gold,coin and bullion (1) Foreign securities Rupee coins (2) Government of India Rupee securities Source and Footnotes: Reserve Bank of India (1) Gold reserves of issue department are valued at Rs per 10 grams upto October 16,1990. From October 17, 1990 they are revalued close to internationa market prices. (2) Include Government of India one rupee notes issued from July, Note:Totals may not tally due to rounding off of the figures. 152

196 XIII. BANKING AND CURRENCY TABLE 13.2 RESERVE BANK OF INDIA - BANKING DEPARTMENT (Rs.Bn.) as on last reporting Friday of December Item Liabilities Govt. deposits * * Other deposits Other liabilities Assets Notes and coins Balances held abroad (1) Loans and advances (2) Bills purchased and discounted Capital investments Other assets (12.56) (25.15) (41.42) (53.21) Source and Footnotes: Reserve Bank of India *:- Includes balances under Market Stablisation Scheme and deposits of the Central and State Governments with the Reserve Bank of India. (1) Include cash, short-term securities and fixed deposits. (2) Include loans and advances to (i) State Governments (including temporary overd (ii) Scheduled commercial banks; (iii) State cooperative banks; (iv) I.D.B.I;(v) AR NABARD; (vi) Exim bank; and (vii) others. Note:1.Figures in bracket indicate the value of gold held under other assets. 2.Totals may not tally due to rounding off of the figures. 153

197 XIII. BANKING AND CURRENCY TABLE 13.3 SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS-BUSINESS IN INDIA (Rs.Bn.) as on last reporting Friday of March Item Number of reporting banks (Indian & Foreign) Demand deposits (1) Time deposits (1) Total deposits [A] Cash in hand and balances with Reserve Bank [B] Investment in Government securities (2) Advances (3) Of which Bills (inland) Percentage of[b] w.r.t.[a] Cheque clearances (4) Number in Mn Amount Source and Footnotes: Reserve Bank of India (1) Exclude inter-bank deposits. (2) At book value: include treasury bills & treasury deposit receipts. (3) Figures relate to loans,cash credits overdrafts and bills purchased discounted. (4) Data relate to the clearing houses managed by RBI only, and inclusive of interand high-value clearings.these data pertain to financial year and are at the end March of the respective years. Note:1:-Totals may not tally due to rounding off of the figures. 2:-Data include the impact of mergers in the banking system during May,2002 and conversion of a non-banking entity into a banking entity in October,

198 XIII. BANKING AND CURRENCY TABLE 13.4 OWNERSHIP OF BANK DEPOSITS (INDIAN AND FOREIGN) BY ECONOMIC SECTOR (Rs.Bn.) Economic Sector as on March I.Government Sector II.Private Corporate Sector: ( Non-Financial ) III. Financial Sector IV.Household Sector V.Foreign Sector Total(I+II+III+IV+V) Note: Totals may not tally due to rounding off of the figures. Source: Reserve Bank of India 155

199 OWNERSHIP OF BANK DEPOSITS (2005) Rs. Billion FOREIGN SECTOR 8% GOVERNMENT SECTOR 15% CORPORATE SECTOR 14% OTHER INSTITUTIONS 2% HOUSE HOLD SECTOR 60%

200 XIII. BANKING AND CURRENCY TABLE 13.5 NUMBER OF OFFICES AND AGGREGATE DEPOSITS OF COMMERCIAL BANKS (Deposits in Rs.Bn.) Item as on last Friday of March A.Number of reporting banks Scheduled Commercial banks Indian Foreign Non-Scheduled Commercial ban B.Number of offices Scheduled commercial banks Indian Foreign Non-Scheduledcommercial bank C.Aggregate deposits Scheduled commercial banks Indian Foreign Non-Scheduled Commercial banks Source and Footnotes: Reserve Bank of India 156

201 XIII. BANKING AND CURRENCY TABLE 13.6 DISTRIBUTION OF COMMERCIAL BANK OFFICES (Scheduled & Non-Scheduled Banks) Centre as on 31st March (P) Rural Semi-urban Urban Metropolitan Total Source: Reserve Bank of India Note:-1. No of Offices include Administrative Offices. 2.Classification of population groups up to March 2004 is based on 1991 cen For March 2005 and 2006,classification of bank offices was based on

202 DISTRIBUTION OF COMMERCIAL BANK OFFICES (AS ON 31st MARCH, 2006) METROPOLITAN 13% RURAL 43% URBAN 18% SEMI-URBAN 22%

203 XIII. BANKING AND CURRENCY TABLE 13.7 DISTRIBUTION OF OUTSTANDING CREDIT OF SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS ACCORDING TO OCCUPATION as at the end of March 2005 Occupation Number of CreditAmount outaccounts limit standing ('00) (Rs.Bn.) (Rs.Bn.) I. Agriculture Direct finance Indirect finance II. Industry Mining and quarrying Food manufacturing and processing (a) Rice, flour and dal mills (b) Sugar (c) Edible oils and vanaspati (d) Tea processing (e) Processing of Fruits & vegetables (f) Others Beverages and tobacco Textiles (a) Cotton textiles (b) Jute textiles ( c) Handloom Textiles & Khadi) (d) Other Textiles Paper,paper products and printing Leather and leather products Rubber and Plastic products Contd: 158

204 XIII. BANKING AND CURRENCY TABLE 13.7 DISTRIBUTION OF OUTSTANDING CREDIT OF SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS ACCORDING TO OCCUPATION-Cont as at the end of March 2005 Occupation Number of CreditAmount outaccounts limit standing ('00) (Rs.Bn.) (Rs.Bn.) 8.Chemical and chemical products (a) Heavy industrial chemicals (b) Fertilisers (c) Drugs and pharmaceuticals (d) Non-Edible Oils (e) Others Chemicals & Chemical Prod Petroleum,coal products and nuclear fuels Manufacture of cement and cement products Basic metal and metal products (a) Iron and steel (b) Non-Ferrous Metals (c) Metal products Engineering (a) Heavy engineering (b) Light engineering (c) Electrical & electronic machinery and goods Vehicles,vehicle parts and transport equipments Other industries Electricity,gas & water Construction

205 XIII. BANKING AND CURRENCY TABLE 13.7 DISTRIBUTION OF OUTSTANDING CREDIT OF SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS ACCORDING TO OCCUPATION-Conc as at the end of March 2005 Occupation Number of CreditAmount outaccounts limit standing ('00) (Rs.Bn.) (Rs.Bn.) III.Transport operators IV.Professional and other services V.Personal Loans Loans for purchase of consumer durables Loans for housing Rest of personal loans VI.Trade Wholesale trade Retail trade VII.Finance VIII.All others Total bank credit Of Which:- 1.Artisans & village & Tiny industries Other small scale industries Source: Reserve Bank of India 160

206 XIII. BANKING AND CURRENCY TABLE 13.8 OUTSTANDING ADVANCES OF PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS TO AGRICULTURE, SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES ETC. (Rs.Bn.) as on last Friday of Item September March March March Agriculture (i)direct finance (1) (ii)indirect finance Small scale industries Setting up of industrial estates Other priority sectors(2) (i) Road & water transport operato (ii) Retail trade & small business (iii) Professional and self employed persons (iv) Education (v) Consumption loans (vi) State sponsored corporation organisation for on lending to other priority sectors mentioned in (i) to (v) above (vii) Housing loans Total [1 to 4] Total Advances Source and Footnote: Reserve Bank of India (1) Excludes advances to plantations other than development. (2) Exclude advances in state sponsored organisation forsc/st, advances to self help groups,advances to software Industries having credit unit upto 1 crore, Food & Agro based processing sector not satisfyig SSI norms & Investment in venture capital. 161

207 XIII. BANKING AND CURRENCY TABLE 13.9 STATE CO-OPERATIVE BANKS (1) (Rs.Bn.) as on last Friday of March Item Liabilities (2) Demand Time Borrowings (3) Assets Cash in hand and balances with RBI Govt. securities (4) Advances Due from banks (5) Bills purchased and discounted Source & Footnotes: Reserve Bank of India (1) Relate to the banks maintaining accounts with RBI. (2) Exclude borrowings from banks, and inter-bank deposits. (3) Include borrowings from the Reserve Bank of India, State Bank of India, Industrial Development Bank of India, National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Developme Notified banks, National Co-operative Development Corporation and the State Governments. (4) At book value: include treasury bills & treasury deposit receipts. (5) Include advances of Scheduled State Co-operative Banks to Central Co-operative Banks and Primary Co-operative Banks. 162

208 XIII. BANKING AND CURRENCY TABLE MONEY STOCK MEASURES (Rs.Bn.) Component Currency with the public i.notes in circulation ii.circulation of Rupee coins(1) iii.cash on hand with banks iv.deposit money of the public A. M1 [i+ii+iv-iii] B. Post Office savings bank deposit C. M2 [A+B] D. Time deposits with banks M3 [A+D] Source and Footnotes: Reserve Bank of India (1) Rupee coins include small coins, ten Rupee commemorative coins issued since October, 1969,two Rupee coins issued since November, 1982 and five Rupee coins issued since November,1985. Note:1:- Totals may not tally due to rounding off of the figures. 2:- Data include the impact of mergers in the banking during May,2002. and conversion of a non-banking entity into a banking entity in October,

209 MONEY STOCK MEASURES (New series) M1 (Rs.BILLION) M 1 POST OFFICE SAVING BANK DEPOSITS M M 2 TIME DEPOSITS WITH BANKS

210 XIII. BANKING AND CURRENCY TABLE SOURCES OF MONEY STOCK (M3) (Rs.Bn.) Source Net bank credit to Govt Bank credit to commercial sector Net Foreign exchange assets of banking sector(1) Government's currency liabilities to the public Banking sector's net nonmonetary liabilities other than time deposits(1) M3 [ ] Source and Footnotes: Reserve Bank of India (1) Inclusive of appreciation in the value of gold following its revaluation close to international market price effective October 17, Such appreciation has a corresponding effect on Reserve Bank's net non-monetary liabilities. Note:- Data include the impact of mergers in the banking system during May,2002 and conversion of a non-banking entity into a banking entity in October,

211 XIII. BANKING AND CURRENCY TABLE MONEY RATES IN INDIA (percent per annum) Category Bank Rate (1) State Bank of India Advance rate (2) Lending rate of (3): Scheduled commercial banks Call/Notice Money Rate Source and Footnotes: Reserve Bank of India (1) The Reserve Bank of India discount rate was raised to 11% effective July 4,1991,to 12% effective Oct 9,1991, It decreased to 11% w.e.f April 16,1997,to 10% w.e.f.june 26,1997,to 9% w.e.f October 22,1997, raised to 11% w.e.f January 17,1998,decresed to 10.5% March 19,1998, to 10 % w.e.f April 03,1998 to 9% w.e.f April 29,1998, to 8% w.e.f March 02,1999, to 7% w.e.f April 02,2000,raised to 8% w.e.f, July 22,2000, decreased to 7.5% w.e.f Februray 17,2001,to 7% w.e.f March 02,2001 to 6.5 % w.e.f October 23,2001. to 6.25% w.e.f. October 30,2002 and to 6.00 % w. e. f. April 30,2003 (2) Prime Lending Rate(PLR) is the rate generally charged by the banks for lending to prime borrowers for credit limits over Rs.2 lakh.the rate charged on loans up to Rs.2 lakh should exceed the PLR.Banks declare their Prime Lending rates as approved by their Boards.In A 2001 Monetary and Credit Policy,PLR was converted in to a reference or benchmark rate for banks.from onwards the data relate to Five major public sector banks and from , relate to Benchmark PLR (3) Lending rates of Scheduled Commercial Banks are weighted average interest rates of bank credit bas on accounts with credit limit of over Rs. 2 lakhs and are exclusive of inland and foreign bills purchase discounted. 165

212 XIV. PUBLIC FINANCE TABLE 14.1 OVERALL BUDGETARY POSITION OF GOVERNMENT OF INDIA (Rs.Ten Mn.) Item (Accounts) (Accounts) (R.E) (BE) I.Revenue account* A.Receipts B.Expenditure C.Surplus (+)/Deficit(-) II.Capital account A.Receipts $ B.Disbursements C.Surplus (+)/Deficit(-) III.Overall surplus(+)/deficit(-) Source: Budget documents of the Government of India. RE : Revised Estimates. BE : Budget Estimates. * Inclusive of Commercial departments. $ Does not include receipts in respect of Market stabilisation Scheme,which will remain in the cash ba of the Central Government and will not be used for expenditure. Note: With discontiuation of the ad-hoc treaury bills and 91-day tap treasury bills, the concept of conventional budget deficit has lost its relevance since April 1, Therefore, from onwards budgetary deficit represents draw-down in cash balances. 166

213 (Rs.Ten Mn.) Items (Accounts) (Accounts) (R.E) (B.E) 1.Tax revenue (net)# Direct Tax (net)# of which: A.Personal income tax B.Corporation Tax Indirect Tax (net)# of which: A.Excise Duties(net) B. Customs Duties Non-tax Revenue of which: Interest Receipts Revenue Receipts (1+4) Capital Receipts Total Receipts (5+6) RE : Revised Estimates. XIV. PUBLIC FINANCE TABLE 14.2: CENTRAL GOVERNMENT RECEIPTS-MAJOR COMPONENTS Source: Budget documents of the Government of India. BE : Budget Estimates. # Net of State Governments' Share and amount assigned to National Calamity Contingency Fund(NCCF). Note: The taxes and duties referred to in the Union list are now distributed in the same manner as laid down by the Constitution (Eighteenth Amendment) Act, 2000 read along with the recommendations of the Twelfth Finance Commission. 167

214 XIV. PUBLIC FINANCE TABLE 14.3: MAJOR HEADS OF CAPITAL RECEIPTS OF THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT $ (Rs.Ten Mn.) Items (Accounts) (Accounts) (R.E) (B.E) 1.Market Borrowings(Net)# Small Savings Provident Funds(+) Special Deposits Recoveries of loan Disinvestment receipts External loans(net) Total Capital Receipts Source: Budget documents of the Government of India. RE : Revised Estimates. BE : Budget Estimates. $ Data are net of repayments.also excluding amount raised under Market Stabilisation Scheme (MS variation in cash balances. # Comprise dated Securities and 364-day treasury bill.s + Since , data represent only state provident fund as public provident fund is included under Small Savings. 168

215 XIV. PUBLIC FINANCE TABLE 14.4a:MAJOR HEADS OF EXPENDITURE OF THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT (Rs.Ten Mn.) Items (Accounts) (Accounts) (R.E) (BE) 1.Revenue expenditure of which : A. Defence expenditure B. Interest payments C. Subsidies Capital Expenditure # A. Loans and Advances B. Capital outlay of which : a. Defence expenditure Total expenditure (1+2) Source: Budget documents of the Government of India. RE : Revised Estimates. BE : Budget Estimates. # Includes National Samll Saving Fund (NSSF) repayments apart from loan and advances and capital outlay. TABLE 14.4b:MAJOR HEADS OF DEVELOPMENTAL AND NON-DEVELOP- MENTAL EXPENDITURE OF THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT $ (Rs.Ten Mn.) Items (Accounts) (Accounts) (R.E) (B.E) 1.Developmental Expenditure of which : A. Economic services B. Social services Non-developmental Expenditure Total expenditure (1+2) Source: Budget documents of the Government of India. RE : Revised Estimates. BE : Budget Estimates. $ Data include gross expenditure of other commercial and Postal depaerments.. 169

216 XIV. PUBLIC FINANCE TABLE 14.5 OVERALL CONSOLIDATED BUDGETARY POSITION OF STATE GOVERNMENTS (Rs.Ten Mn.) Item (Accounts) (Accounts) (R.E) (BE) I. Revenue account (A) Receipts (519874) (B) Expenditure (C) Surplus(+) or Deficit(-) (-4785) II. Capital account (A) Receipts (B) Disbursements (C) Surplus(+) or Deficit(-) III. Overall Surplus(+) or Deficit (-) (3713) Source: State Finances : A study of Budgets of , Reserve Bank of India RE : Revised Estimates. BE : Budget Estimates. Notes: 1. Figures for in respect of Jammu & Kashmir and Jharkhand relate to Revised Estimate. 2. Figures outside brackets under (Budget Estimates) include the estimated net yield of Rs.273 crore from Additional Resource Mobilisation measures introduced in the State budgets. 170

217 XIV. PUBLIC FINANCE TABLE 14.6 REVENUE AND CAPITAL BUDGETS OF THE STATES (ACCOUNTS) (Rs.Ten Mn.) Revenue Revenue Capital Capital Overall State receipt expen- receipt Expen- surplus diture diture (+) or deficit(-) Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttarakhand Uttar Pradesh West Bengal NCT Delhi All States Contd.. 171

218 XIV. PUBLIC FINANCE TABLE 14.6 REVENUE AND CAPITAL BUDGETS OF THE STATES (R.E.)-contd. (Rs.Ten Mn.) Revenue Revenue Capital Capital Overall State receipt expen- receipt Expen- surplus diture diture (+) or deficit(-) Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttarakhand Uttar Pradesh West Bengal NCT Delhi All States

219 XIV. PUBLIC FINANCE TABLE 14.6 REVENUE AND CAPITAL BUDGETS OF THE STATES (B.E.)-concld. (Rs.Ten Mn.) Revenue Revenue Capital Capital Overall State receipt* expen- receipt Expen- surplus diture diture (+) or deficit(-) Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttarankhand Uttar Pradesh West Bengal NCT Delhi All States Source: State Finances : A Study of Budgets of , Resere Bank of India RE : Revised Estimates. BE : Budget Estimates. * Includes the estimated yield of Rs.273 crore from Additional Resource measures proposed by the State Governments for (BE). Note: 1. Figures for Jammu & Kashmir and Jharkhand for the year relate to Revised Estimates. 2. Totals may not tally due to rounding off of figures. 173

220 XIV. PUBLIC FINANCE TABLE 14.7 REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE OF STATES (Revenue account) (Rs.Ten Mn.) Item (Accounts) (Accounts) (R.E) (BE) I. Tax revenue (A+B) (366383) A.Revenue from States' Taxes [ i + ii + iii ] (256964) i).tax on income ii).taxes on property and capital transactions iii).taxes on commodities (31631) and services (222612) B.Share in Central taxes II.Non-tax revenue[c+d] (153491) C.Grants from the centre D.States' own non-tax revenue (53303) Total revenue [I+II] (519874) E.Developmental expenditure[i+ii] i. Social services ii. Economic services F.Non-developmental expenditure G.Grants in aid & contribution H.Others 784.1(#) Total expenditure of State Govternments [E+F+G+H] Surplus (+)or deficit (-)on revenue Account Source: State Finances : A study of Budgets of , Reserve Bank of India RE : Revised Estimates. BE : Budget Estimates. (#) Includes compensation and assignments to local bodies and panchayati raj institutions and reserve with Finance Department. Notes 1.Figures for (Accounts) in respect of Jammu & Kashmir and Jharkhand States relate to Revised Estimates. :2. Figures outside brackets under the year (BE) are adjusted for Rs.273 crore towards additional resources mobilisation measures proposed by the States. 174

221 XIV. PUBLIC FINANCE TABLE 14.8 CAPITAL BUDGET OF STATE GOVERNMENTS A.TOTAL CAPITAL RECEIPTS (Rs.Ten Mn.) Item of Receipts (Accounts) (Accounts) (R.E) (BE) 1.Internal debt* of which : Market loans (Gross) Special Securities issued to NSSF Loans from Centre Recovery of loans & advances Small savings, provident funds etc.(net) Contingency funds (net) Reserve funds (net)** Deposits and advances (net)*** Appropriation to contingency fund (net) Remmitances (net) Others # Total receipts[1 to 10] (*) Includes market loans, special securities issued to National Small Savings Fund (NSSF), Land compensation bonds,, cash credits and loans from State Bank of India and other banks (net as also loans from National Rural Credit (Long-term operations) fund of NABARD, National Co-operative Development Corporation,, Life Insurance Corporation of India, Khadi and Village Industries Commission etc but excludes Ways and Means Advances and overdrafts from the Res Bank of India. (**) Reserve Fund (net) include reserve funds bearing interest (like the depreeciation reserve funds of Government Commercial Undertakings) as well as those not bearing interest (like sinking funds, famine relief funds and roads & bridges funds). (***) Deposits and Advances (net)includes deposits bearing interest (like deposits of local funds) as well as those not bearing interest (like Defence and Postal Deposits and Civil Advances). (#) Include Suspense and Miscellaneous (net) and inter- State Settlement (net) and Miscellaneous Ca Receipts.. (+) With the change in the system of accounting with effect from , States' share in small savings which was included earlier under loans from the centre is included under internal debt and shown as special securities issued to National Small Saving Fund of the Central Government. Note : Figures for (Accounts) in respect of Jammu & Kashmir and Jharkhand relate to Revised Estimates. 2. Capital receipts include Public Accounts on a net basis. Contd 175

222 XIV. PUBLIC FINANCE TABLE 14.8 CAPITAL BUDGET OF STATE GOVERNMENTS-Concld. B.TOTAL CAPITAL DISBURSEMENTS (Rs.Ten Mn.) Item of Disbursements (Accounts) (Accounts) (R.E) (BE) 1.Total capital outlay (I+II) I. Developmental outlay (A+B) A.Social services B.Economic services II.Non-developmental outlay (*) Discharge of internal debt (**) of which : Market loans Repayment of loans to the centre Loans and advances by the State Governments Total disbursements [1 to 4] Surplus(+) or Deficit (-)on Capital Account Source: State Finances : A study of Budgets of , Reserve Bank of India RE : Revised Estimates. BE : Budget Estimates. (*) Comprises expenditure on general services. (**) Includes repayment of market loans, land compensation bonds, as also repayment of loans from National Rural Credit (Long-term operations) fund of the NABARD, National Co-operative Develo Corporation, Life Insurance Corporation of India etc.but excludes repayments of cash credits and loans from the State Bank of India and other banks and Ways and Means Advances and Overdraft from the Reserve Bank of India. Note : Figures for (Accounts) in respect of Jammu & Kashmir and Jharkhand relate to Revised Estimates. 2. Capital expenditure are given exclusive of Public Accounts. 176

223 XIV. PUBLIC FINANCE TABLE 14.9 TAX REVENUE OF THE CENTRE,STATES AND UNION TERRITORIES AS PERCENTAGE OF NATIONAL PRODUCT AT FACTOR COST (AT CURRENT PRICES) Net national Tax Tax revenue Year Product at revenue as %age of current prices (Rs.Ten Mn.) national (Rs.Ten Mn.) product # # # # # * # RE A #BE 20.9 Sources: 1. Reserve Bank of India 2. Central Statistical Organisation # Excluding the amount transferred to National Calamity Contingency Fund. * Quick Estimates A Advance estimates 177

224 XIV. PUBLIC FINANCE TABLE DEBT POSITION OF CENTRAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS (Rs.Ten Mn.) (amount oustanding at the end of March) Item ( R. E.) A.Liabilities Central Government Public debt Internal debt External debt * National Small Saving Fund (NSSF) and State Provident Reserve funds and deposits B.Total debt of state Governments C.Loans from the Centre to State Governments D.Investment in special Securities of states under National Small Saving Fund (NSSF) Total debt of the Central and State Governments(A+B-C-D) Source: State Finances : A study of the State Budgets of , Reserve Bank of India 2.Government Of India,Budget Documents * At book Small Savings Fund is represented through Small Savings for year Note: Totals may not tally due to rounding off of figures. (R. E.) Revised Estimates. 178

225 XIV. PUBLIC FINANCE TABLE SMALL SAVINGS (Rs. Ten Mn.) Item I.Total deposits R O A.Post Office Savings R Bank Deposits (1) O B.Post Office Cumulative Time R Deposits (2) (4) O C.Post Office Time R Deposits O D.Post Office Recu- R rring Deposits O E.Post Office Monthly Income R Scheme O F.National Savings R Scheme O G.Other deposits R O II.Total Certificates R O III.Public Provident R Fund (3) O Total Savings R 17700$ (I+II+III) O 50279$ Source : Reserve Bank of India For footnotes, please see next page. Contd 179

226 XIV. PUBLIC FINANCE TABLE SMALL SAVINGS-Concld. (1) Receipts and oustandings include interest credited to depositors'account from time to time. Outstandings include the balances under Dead Savings Bank accounts. (2) Includes cumulative time deposits with duration of 5 years,10 years & 15 years. (3) Data on Public Provident Fund (PPF) relate to Post Office transactions and do not include PPF mobilised by banks. (4) Negative figures are due to rectification of misclassification. Relate to Social Securities Certificates only. ($) Excluding Public Provident Fund. R : Receipts. O : Outstandings. Notes:1. Outstanding relate to end of period and include Indian Union's share of the pre- Partition liabilities and repayments include those from the pre-partition holding of Indian Investors. 2. Totals may not tally due to rounding off of figures. 180

227 XV INCOME TAX TABLE 15.1 REVENUE COLLECTION FROM DIRECT AND INDIRECT TAXES (Rs.Ten Million) Revenue collection from Direct Taxes Corporation Tax Income Tax Other Direct Taxes Revenue collection from Indirect Taxes (P) (P) Customs Excise Service Tax Foreign Travel Tax (FTT)/Inland Air Travel Tax (IATT) # # Source : Directorate General of Income Tax. (#) Foreign Travel Tax (FTT)/Inland Air Travel Tax (IATT) abolished since Financial year TABLE 15.2 REVENUE COLLECTION FROM TOTAL TAX REVENUE (Rs.Ten Million) Direct Tax (DT) Indirect Taxes (IT) Total Direct Tax (DT) as % of Total Source : Directorate General of Income Tax. 181

228 XV INCOME TAX TABLE 15.3 DIRECT TAXES (IT&OT) COLLECTIONS-PRE ASSESSMENT AND POST- ASSESSMENT SCENARIO (Rs.Ten Million) Pre-assessment collection Tax deductable at source (TDS) Advance tax Self assessment Post-assessment collection Regular assessment other receipt Total collection Refunds Net collection Source : C&AG Report No.8 March, 2005 Financial year TABLE 15.4 COST OF COLLECTION OF TAXES Total Direct Tax Collection (Rs.Ten Million) Total Cost of Collection Source : Directorate General of Income Tax. 182

229 XV INCOME TAX TABLE 15.5 NUMBER OF EFFECTIVE ASSESSEES Company Individual H.U.F Firms Trusts Others Total Source : Directorate General of Income Tax. 183

230 XVI. BALANCE OF PAYMENTS TABLE 16.1 OVERALL BALANCE OF PAYMENTS-CURRENT ACCOUNT (Rs.Ten Million) Item Merchandise (a) Credit Debit Net Services (1) (b) Credit Debit Net Transfer Payments ( c) Credit Debit Net Income (d) Credit Debit Net Total (a+b+c+d) Credit Debit Net Source: Reserve Bank of India (1) Includes foreign travel,transportation, insurance,investment income, Government not includ elsewhere and miscellaneous. Note:Interest payments forming part of gross withdrawal under FCNRA depostis have been segregated under invisible payments since April-June Merchandise credit relates to export of goods while merchandise debit represent imports of goods. 184

231 XVI. BALANCE OF PAYMENTS TABLE 16.2 OVERALL BALANCE OF PAYMENTS- CAPITAL ACCOUNT (Rs.Ten Million) Item (PR) Foreign Investment (a) Credit Debit Net Loans (b) Credit Debit Net Banking Capital ( c) Credit Debit Net Rupee Debt Service (d) Credit Debit Net Other Capital (e) Credit Debit Net Capital Account(a+b+c+d+e) Credit Debit Net IMF Credit Debit Net Reserves Increase(+)/Decrease(-) Source: Reserve Bank of India 185

232 XVI. BALANCE OF PAYMENTS TABLE 16.3 FINANCING OF PAYMENT DEFICITS BY PLAN PERIOD (Rs.Ten Million) Item Averages of Annual Plans (PR) 1.Imports(c.i.f) Exports(f.o.b) Trade balance [2-1] Invisibles(net) Current Account(net) [3+4] Capital Transactions (a) Foreign Investment(net) (b) Loans(net) (c) Banking Capital (net) (d) Rupee Debt Service(net) (e) Other capital (net) Errors and Omissions Overall Balance [5 to 7] Monetary Movements (a) IMF Transactions (net) (c) Increase(+/decrease(-) in reserves Source: Reserve Bank of India 186

233 XVI. BALANCE OF PAYMENTS TABLE 16.4 FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES (Rs.Ten Million) End of Period SDRS Gold RTP Foreign Total Currency Assets Source: Reserve Bank of India Note: Gold was valued at Rs per 10 grams till Oct. 16,1990. It has been revalued at clos international market price of Gold with effect from October 17, RTP:- Reserve Tranche Position in IMF.RTP was included in Reserves from onw SDRs : Special Drawings Rights 187

234 Foreign Currency Reserves ( Rs. Ten Million)

235 XVI. BALANCE OF PAYMENTS TABLE 16.5 EXTERNAL ASSISTANCE-AUTHORIZATION AND UTILIZATION CLASSIFIED BY SOURCE (Rs.Million) Source and type of assistance Authorization I.Consortium Members (a) Loans (b) Grants Country-wise distribution (i) Canada (a) Loans (b) Grants (ii) Denmark (a) Loans (b) Grants (iii) France (a) Loans (b) Grants (iv) Germany (a) Loans (b) Grants (v) Italy (a) Loans (b) Grants (vi) Japan (a) Loans (b) Grants contd.

236 XVI. BALANCE OF PAYMENTS TABLE 16.5 EXTERNAL ASSISTANCE-AUTHORIZATION AND UTILIZATION CLASSIFIED BY SOURCE-Contd. (Rs.Million) Source and type of assistance Authorization-Contd (vii) Netherlands (a) Loans (b) Grants (viii)sweden (a) Loans (b) Grants (ix) U.K (a) Loans (b) Grants (x) U.S.A (a) Loans (b) Grants (xi) I.B.R.D (a) Loans (b) Grants (xii) I.D.A (a) Loans (b) Grants II.Russian Federation (a) Loans Country-wise distribution (i) Russian Fed. (a) Loans

237 XVI. BALANCE OF PAYMENTS TABLE 16.5 EXTERNAL ASSISTANCE-AUTHORIZATION AND UTILIZATION CLASSIFIED BY SOURCE-Contd. (Rs.Million) Source and type of assistance Authorization-Contd III.Others (a) Loans (b) Grants Country-wise distribution (i) Switzerland (a) Loans (b) Grants III.Others-Contd. (ii) European Economic Community (a) Loans (b) Grants (III) I.F. A. D (a) Loans (b) Grants (iv) O.P.E.C. Fund Loans ( iv) ADB (a) Loans (b) Grants (v) U.N.D.P (a) Grants (vi) U.N..F.P.A (a) Grants (vii)global Fund (a) Grants (viii)idf (WB) (a) Grants ( IX) Development Gateway Foundation (a) Grants Grand Total (a) Loans (b) Grants

238 XVI. BALANCE OF PAYMENTS TABLE 16.5 EXTERNAL ASSISTANCE-AUTHORIZATION AND UTILIZATION CLASSIFIED BY SOURCE-Contd. (Rs.Million) Source and type of assistance Utilization I.Consortium Members (a) Loans (b) Grants Country-wise distribution (i) Austria (a) Loans (b) Grants (ii) Norway (a) Loans (b) Grants (iii) Canada (a) Loans (b) Grants (iv) Denmark (a) Loans (b) Grants (v) France (a) Loans (b) Grants (vi) Germany (a) Loans (b) Grants (vii) Italy (a) Loans (b) Grants (viii) Japan (a) Loans (b) Grants

239 XVI. BALANCE OF PAYMENTS TABLE 16.5 EXTERNAL ASSISTANCE-AUTHORIZATION AND UTILIZATION CLASSIFIED BY SOURCE-Contd. (Rs.Million) Source and type of assistance Utilization-Contd (ix) Netherlands (a) Loans (b) Grants (x) Sweden (a) Loans (b) Grants (xi) U.K (a) Loans (b) Grants (xii) U.S.A (a) Loans (b) Grants (xiii) I.B.R.D (a) Loans (b) Grants (xiv) I.D.A Loans Grants (xv) EEC (Special action credit) (xvi) IFAD Loan (a) Loans (b) Grants (xvii) IMF Trust fund II. Russian Fed. and East Europen Countries (a) Loans Country-wise distribution (i) Russian Fed. (a) Loans (ii) Reps. of Czech & slovak (a) Loans

240 XVI. BALANCE OF PAYMENTS TABLE 16.5 EXTERNAL ASSISTANCE-AUTHORIZATION AND UTILIZATION CLASSIFIED BY SOURCE-Contd. (Rs.Million) Source and type of assistance Utilization-Contd III.Others (a) Loans (b) Grants Country-wise distribution (i) Abu Dhabi fund (a) Loans (ii) Switzerland (a) Loans (b) Grants (iii) Other International Institutions (1) Grants (iv) European Economic 8205 Community - Grants (v) Oil Producing and Exporting Countries (a) Loans (vi) Saudi Arab fund for Development (a) Loans (vii)norway Grants (viii)spain (a) Loans (1) Other International Institutions includes UNICEF,UNDP,ILO,WHO,UNFPA and UNESCO. 193

241 XVI. BALANCE OF PAYMENTS TABLE 16.5 EXTERNAL ASSISTANCE-AUTHORIZATION AND UTILIZATION CLASSIFIED BY SOURCE-Concld. (Rs.Million) Source and type of assistance Utilization-Concld (ix) Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development (a) Loans (b) Grants (x) ADB (a) Loans (b) Grants (xi)australia (a) Loans (xii)u.pu (a) Grants (xiii) Global Fund (a) Grants (xiv)u.n.dev.fund for Women (a) Grants (xv)idf (WB) (a) Grants Grand Total (a) Loans (b) Grants Source: Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance Notes : 1.Constituent items may not add up to total because of rounding. 2.Utilization figures are exclusive of suppliers' credit and commerical borrowings. 3.Utilization of assistance is on Government and Non-Govt.accounts. 4.Authorization figures include agreement signed on Government and non-govt. accounts. 194

242 XVII. STATUTORY FINANCIAL CORPORATIONS TABLE 17.1 INDUSTRIAL FINANCE CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO INDUSTRIES (Rs.Mn.) Industry Sanction for Cumulative sanctions the period as on st 31st March,2005 March,2006 Food Products: Sugar Misc. Food Products & Beverages Textiles Jute manufactures Wood products Paper and paper products Leather products Rubber products Chemicals and Chemical Products: Petroleum products Basic chemicals Fertilisers and pesticides Synthetic and other manmade fibres Synthetic resins and plastics Other chemicals and chemical products Contd

243 XVII. STATUTORY FINANCIAL CORPORATIONS TABLE 17.1 INDUSTRIAL FINANCE CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO INDUSTRIES-contd. (Rs.Mn.) Industry Sanction for Cumulative sancthe period tions as on st 31st March,2005 March,2006 Non-metallic Mineral Products: Glass and glass products Cement Other non-metallic mineral products Basic Metal and Alloy Industries: Iron & steel and ferro alloy Non-ferrous metal industry Metal products except machinery and transport equipment Machinery & accessories Electronics and electrical machinery, apparatus, appliances and parts Transport equipment and parts Power Generation Mining, Oil Exploration & Crude petroleum Hotel & Tourism

244 XVII. STATUTORY FINANCIAL CORPORATIONS TABLE 17.1 INDUSTRIAL FINANCE CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO INDUSTRIES-concld. (Rs.Mn.) Industry Sanction for Cumulative sancthe period tions as on st 31st March,2005 March,2006 Shipping Industry Medical & Health Services Constructions Leasing Fishing Telecom Services Ports & Port Services Bridge Construction Steam generation Aviation Other Industries Other Services Miscellaneous manufacturing industries Total Source: Industrial Finance Corporation of India Ltd. Note: The foreign currency component of assistance sanctioned was converted into FEDA (Foreign Exchange Dealer's Association of India) rates prevailing at the end of the respective periods. 197

245 XVII. STATUTORY FINANCIAL CORPORATION TABLE 17.2 INDUSTRIAL FINANCE CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD. (LIABILITIES AND ASSETS) (Rs.Bn.) Item as on 31st March Paid up capital Total liabilities or assets Loans outstanding Assistance sanctioned (cumulative) Assistance disbursed (cumulative) Source: Industrial Finance Corporation of India Ltd. 198

246 IFCI Cumulative Assistance Sanctioned & Disbursed (AS ON 31ST MARCH) (Rs.Billion) Assistance Sanctioned Assistance Disbursed

247 XVII. STATUTORY FINANCIAL CORPORATION TABLE 17.3 (A) STATE FINANCIAL CORPORATIONS (LIABILITIES AND ASSETS) (as on 31st March) Liabilities (Rs. Mn.) Year/State/ No. of Capital Bonds Other Total Union Territory corpor- and and liabi- liabiations reser- deben- lities lities/ ves tures (*) Assests Andhra Pradesh Assam Bihar Delhi Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Kerala Karnataka Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Tamil Nadu Uttar Pradesh West Bengal For footnotes, please see page no.206 Contd 199

248 XVII. STATUTORY FINANCIAL CORPORATION TABLE 17.3 (A) STATE FINANCIAL CORPORATIONS (LIABILITIES AND ASSETS)-concld. (as on 31st March) Assests (Rs. Mn.) Year/State/ No. of Cash in Invest- Loans Other Union Territory corpor- hand and ments and Assests ations balances advances (**) with banks Andhra Pradesh Assam Bihar Delhi Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Kerala Karnataka Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Tamil Nadu Uttar Pradesh West Bengal Source & Footnotes : Small Industrial Development Bank of India For footnotes, please see page no

249 INDUSTRIAL WORKERS (BASE: 1982=100)/(BASE : 2001=100 FOR 2006) AGRICULTURAL WORKERS (BASE: =100) URBAN NON-MANUAL EMPLOYEES (BASE: =100)

250 XVII. STATUTORY FINANCIAL CORPORATION TABLE 17.3(B) STATE FINANCIAL CORPORATIONS (LIABILITIES AND ASSETS) (as on 31st March) Liabilities (Rs. Mn.) Year/State/ No. of Capital Bonds Other Total Union Territory corpor- and and liabi- liabiations reser- deben- lities lities/ ves tures (*) Assests Andhra Pradesh Assam Bihar Delhi Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Kerala Karnataka Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Tamil Nadu Uttar Pradesh West Bengal For footnotes, please see page no.206 Contd 201

251 XVII. STATUTORY FINANCIAL CORPORATION TABLE 17.3 (B) STATE FINANCIAL CORPORATIONS (LIABILITIES AND ASSETS)-concld. (as on 31st March) Assests (Rs. Mn.) Year/State/ No. of Cash in Invest- Loans Other Union Territory corpor- hand and ments and Assests ations balances advances (**) with banks Andhra Pradesh Assam Bihar Delhi Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Kerala Karnataka Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Tamil Nadu Uttar Pradesh West Bengal Source & Footnotes: Small Industrial Development Bank of India For footnotes, please see page no

252 XVII. STATUTORY FINANCIAL CORPORATION TABLE 17.3 (C) STATE FINANCIAL CORPORATIONS (LIABILITIES AND ASSETS) (as on 31st March) Liabilities (Rs. Mn.) Year/State/ No. of Capital Bonds Other Total Union Territory corpor- and and liabi- liabiations reser- deben- lities lities/ ves tures (*) Assests Andhra Pradesh Assam Bihar Delhi Gujarat Haryana (P) Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir (P) Kerala Karnataka Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Orissa Punjab (P) Rajasthan Tamil Nadu Uttar Pradesh West Bengal For footnotes, please see page no

253 XVII. STATUTORY FINANCIAL CORPORATION TABLE 17.3(C) STATE FINANCIAL CORPORATIONS (LIABILITIES AND ASSETS)-concld. (as on 31st March) Assests (Rs. Mn.) Year/State/ No. of Cash in Invest- Loans Other Union Territory corpor- hand and ments and Assests ations balances advances (**) with banks Andhra Pradesh Assam Bihar Delhi Gujarat Haryana (P) Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir (P) Kerala Karnataka Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Orissa Punjab (P) Rajasthan Tamil Nadu Uttar Pradesh West Bengal Source & Footnotes : Small Industrial Development Bank of India (*) Other liabilities includes Refinance from IDBI and SIDBI, fixed deposit, borrowings from RBI, & Banks, NPA provisions etc. (**) Other Assests include fixed assests, provision for taxation accumulated losses,etc. Note: The jurisdiction of the following SFCs have been extended to the State/UTs mentioned against the names: Assam : Manipur & Tripura; Gujarat : Dadra & Nagar Haveli; Maharastra : Goa, Daman & Diu. 204

254 XVII. STATUTORY FINANCIAL CORPORATION TABLE 17.3 (D) STATE FINANCIAL CORPORATIONS (LIABILITIES AND ASSETS) (as on 31st March) Liabilities (Rs. Mn.) Year/State/ No. of Capital Bonds Other Total Union Territory corpor- and and liabi- liabiations reser- deben- lities lities/ ves tures (*) Assests Andhra Pradesh Assam Bihar Delhi Gujarat Haryana (P) Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir (P) Kerala Karnataka Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Orissa Punjab (P) Rajasthan Tamil Nadu Uttar Pradesh West Bengal For footnotes, please see page no

255 XVII. STATUTORY FINANCIAL CORPORATION TABLE 17.3(D) STATE FINANCIAL CORPORATIONS (LIABILITIES AND ASSETS)-concld. (as on 31st March) Assests (Rs. Mn.) Year/State/ No. of Cash in Invest- Loans Other Union Territory corpor- hand and ments and Assests ations balances advances (**) with banks Andhra Pradesh Assam Bihar Delhi Gujarat Haryana (P) Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir (P) Kerala Karnataka Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Orissa Punjab (P) Rajasthan Tamil Nadu Uttar Pradesh West Bengal Source & Footnotes : Small Industrial Development Bank of India (*) Other liabilities includes Refinance from IDBI and SIDBI, fixed deposit, borrowings from RBI, & Banks, NPA provisions etc. (**) Other Assests include fixed assests, provision for taxation accumulated losses,etc. Note: The jurisdiction of the following SFCs have been extended to the State/UTs mentioned against the names: Assam : Manipur & Tripura; Gujarat : Dadra & Nagar Haveli; Maharastra : Goa, Daman & Diu. 206

256 XVIII. JOINT STOCK COMPANIES TABLE 18.1 COMPANIES (LIMITED BY SHARES) AT WORK, LIQUIDATED & STRUCK OFF AND NEWLY REGISTERED COMPANIES (As on 31st March) (Rs.Ten Million) Companies No. Paid-up No. Paid-up capital capital Companies at work (1) Public Private Non-Government Companies Public Private Government Companies Public Private Liquidated and struck off Companies Public Private Newly registered Companies(2) Public Private Non-Government Companies Public Private Government Companies Public Private For footnotes, please see next page. 207 Contd.

257 XVIII. JOINT STOCK COMPANIES TABLE 18.1 COMPANIES (LIMITED BY SHARES) AT WORK, LIQUIDATED & STRUCK OFF AND NEWLY REGISTERED COMPANIES (Concld.) (As on 31st March) (Rs. Ten Million) Companies No. Paid-up No. Paid-up capital capital Companies at work (1) Public Private Non-Government Companies Public Private Government Companies Public Private Liquidated and struck off Companies Public Private Newly registered Companies(2) Public Private Non-Government Companies Public Private Government Companies Public Private Source & footnotes: Ministry of Company Affairs, Notes : (1) Figures of Paid up Capital is estimated, worked out on the basis of a sample of compani (2) Capital figures of newly registered companies relate to authorised capital. 208

258 JOINT STOCK COMPANIES AT WORK (LIMITED BY SHARES) COMPANIES AT WORK ( NUMBER) PAID UP CAPITAL (RS. TEN MILLION)

259 XVIII. JOINT STOCK COMPANIES TABLE 18.2 CAPITAL RAISED FROM PUBLIC BY NON-GOVERNMENT, NON-FINANCIAL COMPANIES BY ISSUE OF PROSPECTUSES (Amount in Rs.Ten Million) Classification (P) Number of companies Capital raised Equity Debentures Amount offered to public Amount earmarked for firm allotment Amount under-written Source: Ministry of Company Affairs, 209

260 XVIII. JOINT STOCK COMPANIES TABLE 18.3 FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT INFLOW DATA(1) -COUNTRY-WISE (Rs.Ten Million) Country France Germany Japan Mauritius Netherlands Singapore South Korea Switzerland United Kingdom U.S.A Others Total Source: Reserve Bank of India (1) Data exclude the Foreign Direct Investment inflows under the NRI direct investment route through the Researve Bank of India and inflow due to acquisition of shares under section 6 of FEMA

261 XVIII. JOINT STOCK COMPANIES TABLE 18.4 FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT INFLOW DATA (1)-INDUSTRY-WISE (Rs.Ten Million) Industry Fisheries Mining Manufacturing Food and dairy product Electricity Construction Trade, hotel & restaurants Transport Financing, insurance, real estate & busines Computer services Educational services Research & scientific services Health & medical services Other services Others Total Source: Reserve Bank of India (1) Data exclude the Foreign Direct Investment inflows under the NRI direct investment route through the Researve Bank of India and inflow due to acquisition of shares under section 6 of FEMA

262 XIX. INSURANCE TABLE 19.1 GROSS DIRECT PREMIUM ON BUSINESS IN INDIA OF INDIAN INSURERS IN PUBLIC SECTOR (Rs.Ten Million) Type of business Life Fire Marine Miscellaneous Capital Redemption (including annuity certain insurance business) Total Sources : 1. Life Insurance Corporation of India 2. General Insurance (Public Sector) Association of India. 212

263 XIX. INSURANCE TABLE 19.2 PROGRESS OF LIFE INSURANCE (PUBLIC SECTOR) Item I.Business in force excluding annuity contract at the end of the period (Sum assured with bonus in Rs.Ten Million) In India Outside India (1) II.New Business during the period-individual Insurance (Sum assured in RsTen Million) In India Outside India (1) Group Insurances (Sum assured in Rs.Ten Million) In India Outside India (1) Average sum assured per individual policy (Rs.'000) In India Outside India (1) III.Premium Income during the period (Rs.Ten Million) * 63030* 83043* Source: Life Insurance Corporation of India (1) At post devaluation rate of exchange. * Excluding premium in respect of group assurances and annuities. 213

264 XIX. INSURANCE TABLE 19.3 INVESTMENT OF LIFE INSURANCE FUNDS (Rs.Ten Million) Item Govt. of India securities Special deposits with Central Govt Indian State Government securities Govt. guaranteed & other approved securities Shares & debentures of Indian companies Loans on mortgages Land & house property Other Social Sector Investment Others Foreign Government, municipal securities, etc Debentures & shares of Joint Stock Companies Total Source: Life Insurance Corporation of India 214

265 XIX. INSURANCE TABLE 19.4(a) PROGRESS OF GENERAL INSURANCE (PUBLIC SECTOR) (RsTen Million) Type of Business Gross direct premium on business written in India Fire Marine Miscellaneous Net premium income in India Fire Marine Miscellaneous Assets of Indian Insurers Government and local authorities securities Foreign Govt.securities Debentures Shares Deposits,cash & stamps Agents balance etc Others Sources: General Insurance (Public Sector) Association of India. XIX. INSURANCE TABLE 19.4(b) ASSETS OF INDIAN GENERAL INSURANCE (PUBLIC SECTOR (Rs.Ten MIllion) Assets of Indian General Insurers Govermment Securities Foreign government securities.... State Government Securities and Other Approved Securties Loan to HUDCO,State Govt.Housing, Fire Fighting Equlpments Infrastructure.... Socio Economic Sector Market Sector Other than approved investments.... Total Investment Sources: General Insurance (Public Sector) Association of India. 215

266 XX. PRICES TABLE 20.1 INDEX NUMBER OF WHOLESALE PRICES (By major Groups and Sub-Groups) (Base: =100) Major Groups/Sub-Group I.Primary article Food articles Non-food articles Minerals II.Fuel,power,light and lubricants III.Manufactured products Food products Beverages,tobacco & tobacco products Textiles Wood & wood products Paper and paper products Leather and leather products Rubber and plastic products Chemicals and Chemical products Non-metallic mineral products Basic metals,alloys & metal products Machinery & machine tools Transport equipments and par All Commodities Source: Office of the Economic Adviser, Ministry of Commerce & Industry 216

267 INDEX NO. OF WHOLESALE PRICES 200 (BASE: =100) All-Commodities Fuel,Power,Light And Lubricants