3 edition of Estimates of state income of Maharashtra, 1960-61 to 1970-71. found in the catalog.
Estimates of state income of Maharashtra, 1960-61 to 1970-71.
Maharashtra (India). Bureau of Economics and Statistics.
|LC Classifications||HC437.M32 M36 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||76362262|
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The data used for this purpose are the estimates of district income originating brought out by the Karnataka State Statistical Bureau at current prices for the yearsand and converted into constant prices by the author with the help of implicit deflators for the different sectors from the estimates.
Education in India is provided by public schools (controlled and funded by three levels: central, state and local) and private various articles of the Indian Constitution, free and compulsory education is provided as a fundamental right to children between the ages of 6 and The approximate ratio of public schools to private schools in India is economies.
I had considered the state income (NSDP) data at constant prices from to in most cases.2 Data on state income in India prior to are not considered reliable and are hardly available from a single source. Only one breakdate was, therefore, attempted to be identified in.
A.D. Deo Director of Economics and Statistics, Government of Maharashtra Mumbai Dated: 17th March, ECONOMIC SURVEY OF MAHARASHTRA CONTENTS Subject Page No.
1 A. Overview of the State Maharashtra at a Glance Maharashtra’s comparison with India State Economy 9 2. Population 13 3. State Income 21 4. 35 5. Estimates of National Income after Independence After independence, the government of India inappointed National Income Committee Under the chairmanship of Prof.
P.C. Mahalanobis Prof. Gadgil and Dr. V.K.R.V. Rao were two other members of the committee. The committee presented its first report in first report of this. Roads are an important mode of transport in India.
India has a network of over 5, kilometres (3, mi) of roads as of 31 March This is the second-largest road network in the world, after the United States with 6, kilometres (4, mi).
At kilometres ( mi) of roads per square kilometre 1960-61 to 1970-71. book land, the quantitative density of India's road network is equal to. Structural breaks and performance in Indian agriculture.
T = 47 (//07). For T = 50, 1 per cent and 5 per cent critical values for Pradesh experienced an upward shift in Author: Madhusudan Ghosh. A paper analyzing the cost of education in India is divided into three major sections.
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Series of National Income Estimates for to Central Statistical Organisation Planning Brochure on Revised Series of National Product for to Central Statistical Organisation Planning National Income Statistics: Estimates of Capital Formation in India. This paper examines regional divergence in income across different states in India, and estimates convergence clubs endo.
The industrial sector contributes about half the total income generated in Greater Bombay. The estimates of regional income prepared by the Bureau of Economics and Statistics of the Government of Maharashtra show that factory establishments contributed Rs.
35, lakhs to the total income of Rs, lakhs in in Greatei Bombay. Estimates of Area, Yield & Production of Principal Crops in Maharashtra Report on Area, Production, Productivity & Prices of Agricultural Crops in Karnataka Dept.
of Agri. GoM Source: Based on information from India, Ministry of Planning, Department of Statistics, Central Statistical Organisation, Statistical Pocket Book,New Delhi,Table 3.
Area, Population, and Population Density by State and Union Territory, and Tertiary sector, on the other hand, has increased its share in case of all-India as is the case with West Bengal from per cent in to per cent in (Table 1). Furthermore, the state’s share in all-India NDP has gone down, albeit marginally, from per cent in.
From to in August From to in January From to in February From to in February From to in January From to in January From to on Janu 4. The current 'base year' is Estimates for the years toas released through the Press Note dated on First Revised Estimates of National Income, Consumption Expenditure, Saving and Capital Formation have been updated due to incorporation of new series of IIP and WPI with base year.
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GDP per capita of India at constant () prices and current prices. Old series data from to Estimates by World Bank from to Projections by IMF from to Uneven costs of education in India, (ratio of cost of higher education/cost of primary education per pupil) State Higher/primary Andhra Pradesh Assam Bihar Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu and Kashmir Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Nagaland Cited by: –51 –61 Share of groundwater abstraction (In per cent) Canal Tank Tubewells and other wells Others Source: Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy.
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Data for the years –09 and –10 are revised estimates and budget estimates, respectively. – –67 to –70* –71 to –80* –81 to –90* Table 4 State-wise annual average share of expenditure on the “Rural Economy” (RE) in aggregate expenditure of respective States in per cent.
State. India has a road network of over 5, kilometres (3, mi) as of 31 Januarythe second largest road network in the world.
At km of roads per square kilometre of land, the quantitative density of India's road network is higher than that of Japan () and the United States () to, and far higher than that of China (), Brazil () or Russia ().
Notes: (1) Area estimates are based on data provided by State Statistical Authroities (SASAs) whch is further cross checked and validated with estimates provided by other agencies, viz., MNCFC and CWWG. Nutri Cereals 15% Pulses 13% Rice Oilseeds 14% Sugarcane Sugarcane 3% Cotton 5% Others 12% 7% Rice 23% 23% Wheat 15% Nutri Cereals 11%.
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World (million tonnes) India (million tonnes) India’s share (%) Out of respondents majority respondents belongs to income group of Rs that is 35% and 32% of the respondents income level was between Rs and 16% of the respondents income level was between Rs and only 17% of the respondents earned above Rs to 6, to In four states rich in NWFPs income from sale of these items account for 5 to 55% of the seller's total income.
About 30% of the diet of Maharashtra based tribal groups living near forests is derived from forest products such as leaves, vegetables, tubers, flowers, fruits, nuts, bamboo. We have created this book with enthusiasm and hope it will be enjoyed and used by many people and will lead to a greater awareness about the phenomenon of climate change, its diverse impacts and how to cope with these impacts.
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Farm income was the chief source of household income in Punjab with 76 per cent share, whereas contribution of farm income in total household income was only 36 per cent in Bihar.
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