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ECONOMIC SURVEY 2015-16STATISTICAL APPENDIX STATISTICAL APPENDIX : ECONOMIC SURVEY 2015-16PAGE 1. National Income and Production 1.1 Gross National Income and Net National Income ........................................................................\ ........................................................... A1-A2 1.2 Annual Growth Rates of Gross National Income and Net National Income ...\ ........................................................................\ ............... A3-A4 1.3 A Gross Value Added at Factor Cost by Industry of Origin (at constant prices) ......\ ........................................................................\ ......... A5-A6 1.3 B Gross Value Added at Basic Prices by Industry of Origin (at constant prices) .....\ ........................................................................\ ......... A6 1.4 A Gross Value Added at Factor Cost by Industry of Origin (at current prices) .......\ ........................................................................\ .......... A7-A8 1.4 B Gross Value Added at Basic Prices by Industry of Origin (at current prices) ......\ ........................................................................\ .......... A8 1.5 A Annual Growth Rates of Real Gross Value Added at Factor Cost by Industry of Origin (Per cent) ................\ ...................................... A9-A10 1.5 B Annual Growth Rates of Real Gross Value Added at Basic Prices by Industry of Origin (Per cent) ...............\ ...................................... A10 1.6 Expenditure on Gross Domestic Product at Current Prices ................\ ........................................................................\ ........................... A11-A12 1.7 Expenditure on Gross Domestic Product at Constant Prices ...............\ ........................................................................\ .......................... A13-A14 1.8 Gross Domestic Saving and Gross Capital Formation (At current prices)\ .......................................................................\ .................... A15-A17 1.9 Gross Domestic Saving and Gross Capital Formation (As per cent of GDP at current market prices) ............................................\ ...... A18-A20 1.10 A Net State Domestic Product at Current Prices (2004-05 Series) ........\ ........................................................................\ ........................... A21-A22 1.10 B Growth of Net State Domestic Product at Current Prices (2004-05 Series)\ (percentage change over previous year) .......................... A23-A24 1.11A Per Capita Net State Domestic Product at Current Prices (2004-05 Series\ ) .....................................................................\ ..................... A25-A26 1.11 B Growth of Per Capita Net State Domestic Product at Current Prices (2004\ -05 Series) (percentage change over previous year) ........ A27-A28 1.12 Index Numbers of Agricultural Production ................................................\ ........................................................................\ ..................... A29 1.13 Index Numbers of Area Under Principal Crops .............................................\ ........................................................................\ ................. A30 1.14 Index Numbers of Yeild of Principal Crops ................................................\ ........................................................................\ .................... A31 1.15 Production of Major Crops ..............................................\ ........................................................................\ ................................................ A32 1.16 Gross Area Under Major Crops .................................................\ ........................................................................\ ...................................... A33 1.17 Yield per Hectare of Major Crops ........................................\ ........................................................................\ ........................................... A34 1.18 Production of Important Crops in Three Largest Producing States in 2014-15 .......................................\ ............................................... A35 1.19 Per Capita Net Availability of Cereals and Pulses ........................................................................\ ........................................................... A36 1.20 Net Availability, Procurement and Public Distribution of Foodgrains ....................\ ........................................................................\ ....... A37 1.21 Per Capita Availability of Certain Important Articles of Consumption ................................................\ .................................................. A38 1.22 Production, Imports and Consumption of Fertilizers .....................\ ........................................................................\ ................................. A39 1.23 Production of Major Livestock Products and Fish ........................\ ........................................................................\ ................................. A40 1.24 Production of Coal and Lignite .........................................\ ........................................................................\ .............................................. A41 1.25 Progress of Electricity Supply (Utilities and Non-utilities) A: Installed Plant Capacity ............................................\ ........................................................................\ .................................................. A42 B: Energy Generated (Gross) .................................................\ ........................................................................\ ......................................... A43 1.26 Operations of Indian Railways ..........................................\ ........................................................................\ .............................................. A44 1.27 Revenue Earning Goods Traffic on Indian Railways A: Traffic Originating .............................................................................................................................................................................. A45 B: Goods Carried .......................................................\ ........................................................................\ ...................................................... A46 1.28 Operations of Road Transport ...............................................................\ ........................................................................\ .......................... A47 1.29 Growth of Civil Aviation ................................................................\ ........................................................................\ ................................. A48 1.30 Commodity Balance of Petroleum and Petroleum Products ..................\ ........................................................................\ ......................... A49 1.31 Index of Industrial Production .........................................\ ........................................................................\ ............................................... A50 2. Budgetary Transactions 2.1 Budgetary Transactions of the Central and State Governments and Union Territories .............................................................\ ............. A51 2.2 Total Expenditure of the Central Government .............................\ ........................................................................\ .................................. A52-A53 2.3 Eleventh Plan (2007-2012) Outlay by Heads of Development : Centre, Sta\ tes and Union Territories .................................................. A54 2.4 Twelfth Plan (2012-17) Outlay by Heads of Development: Centre .........\ ........................................................................\ ....................... A55 2.5 Financing for Central Plans 2014-15(RE) and 2015-16 (BE) ...........\ ........................................................................\ .............................. A56 2.6 Overall Financing Pattern of the Public Sector Plan Outlay during the Twelfth Plan : 2012-2017 ................................................\ ........ A57 2.7 Financial Performance of Indian Railways ...............................\ ........................................................................\ ..................................... A57 2.8 Financial Performance of the Department of Posts .......................\ ........................................................................\ ................................. A57 2.9 Receipts and Expenditure of the Central Government .....................\ ........................................................................\ .............................. A58-A59 2.10 Outstanding liabilities of the Central Government ......................\ ........................................................................\ ................................... A60 2.11 Total Expenditure and Capital Formation by the Central Government and its\ Financing .............................................................\ ......... A61 2.12 Receipts and Disbursements of State and Consolidated General Government \ (in R Crore) ................................................................\ ...A62 2.13 Receipts and Disbursements of State and Consolidated General Government \ (as per cent to GDP) .................................................\ .... A63 3. Employment 3.1 Employment in Organised Sectors —Public and Private .................................\ ........................................................................\ .............. A64 3.2 Performance of Central Public Sector Enterprises .......................\ ........................................................................\ .................................. A65 4. Monetary Trends 4.1 Scheduled Commercial Banks: Seasonal Flow of Funds .....................\ ........................................................................\ .......................... A66 4.2 Scheduled Commercial Banks: Variations in Selected Items ............................................\ ..................................................................... A67 4.3 Scheduled Commercial Banks’ Outstanding Advances Against Sensitive Commodities ..........................................\ ............................. A68 4.4 Branch Expansion of Public Sector Banks and Other Commercial Banks .....\ ........................................................................\ ................ A69 4.5 Advances to Agriculture and other Priority Sectors by Public Sector Banks ..........\ ........................................................................\ ....... A70 4.6 State-wise Number of Reporting Bank-offices, Aggregate Deposit, and Gross Bank Credit of SCBs and Percentage Share of Advances to Priority Sectors by Public Sector Banks ....................\ ........................................................................\ ................................ A71-A72 5. Prices 5.1 Index Numbers of Wholesale Prices .......................................................\ ........................................................................\ ........................ A73-A75 5.2 Index Numbers of Wholesale Prices - Selected Commodities and Commodity Groups ...........\ ............................................................. A76-A78 5.3 All India Consumer Price Index Numbers .................................\ ........................................................................\ .................................... A79-A80 5.4 Index Numbers of Wholesale Prices - Relative Prices of Manufactured and Agricultural Products ..................................................\ .... A81 5.5 Minimum Support Price/Procurement Price for Crops ......................\ ........................................................................\ ............................. A82-A83 6. Balance of Payments 6.1A Foreign Exchange Reserves (R crore) .............................................................................................................................\ ......................... A84-A86 6.1B Foreign Exchange Reserves ( US$ million) .............................\ ........................................................................\ ....................................... A87-A88 6.2 Balance of Payments as per IMF Balance of Payments Manual 5 ............\ ........................................................................\ ...................... A89-A90 6.3A Balance of Payments as per IMF Balance of Payments Manual 6 ( R crore) ...............................................................\ ............................ A91-A92 6.3B Balance of Payments as per IMF Balance of Payments Manual 6 (US$ millio\ n) ....................................................................\ .............. A93-A94 6.4 Exchange Rate of Rupee vis-a-vis Selected Currencies of the World ...................................................................\ ................................. A95-A96 6.5 Trends in Nominal and Real Effective Exchange Rate of Rupee .........................................\ .................................................................. A97 7. Foreign Trade 7.1A Exports, Imports and Trade Balance ( R crore) ...............................................................\ ........................................................................\ A98-A99 7.1B Exports, Imports and Trade Balance (US$ million) ..........................................\ ........................................................................\ ............ A100-A101 7.2A Principal Imports ......................................................\ ........................................................................\ ...................................................... A102-A104 7.2B Share and Percentage Change of Major Imports ...........................\ ........................................................................\ ................................. A105 7.3A Principal Exports ......................................................\ ........................................................................\ ....................................................... A106-A108 7.3B Share and Percentage Change of Major Exports ...........................\ ........................................................................\ ................................. A109 7.4A Direction of Imports : Imports by Regions and Countries ................\ ........................................................................\ ............................. A110-A117 7.4B Direction of Exports : Exports by Regions and Countries ................\ ........................................................................\ ............................. A118-A125 7.5 India’s Share in World Exports by Commodity Divisions and Groups (US$ million) .........\ .................................................................. A126-A129 7.6 Index Numbers of Foreign Trade ..................................................................\ ........................................................................\ ................. A130 8. External Assistance 8.1A Overall External Assistance (R crore) ...............................................................\ ........................................................................\ ............... A131-A132 8.1B Overall External Assistance ( US$ million) ............................................\ ........................................................................\ ....................... A133-A134 8.2A Authorization of External Assistance by Source (R crore) ...............................................................\ ...................................................... A135-A137 8.2B Authorization of External Assistance by Source ( US$ million) ..................................\ ........................................................................\ .. A138-A140 8.3A Utilization of External Assistance by Source (R crore) ...............................................................\ ........................................................... A141-A143 8.3B Utilization of External Assistance by Source ( US$ million) ..................................\ ........................................................................\ ....... A144-A146 8.4A India’s External Debt Outstanding ( R crore) ...............................................................\ ........................................................................\ ... A147-A149 8.4B India’s External Debt Outstanding ( US$ million) ...........................\ ........................................................................\ .............................. A150-A152 9. Human Development Indicators 9.1 Selected Indicators of Human Development for Major States ..............\ ........................................................................\ ......................... A153 9.2 Gross Enrolment Ratio 2014-15 (Provisional) ..........................\ ........................................................................\ ..................................... A154 9.3 Number of Recognised Educational Institutions in India 2014-15 (Provisi\ onal) .................................................................\ .................. A155 9.4 State-wise Literacy Rates (1951-2011) ....................................................................\ ........................................................................\ ....... A156 9.5 Households with Access to Safe Drinking Water in India ..........................................................\ ............................................................ A157 9.6 Population of India (1951-2011) ....................................................................\ ........................................................................\ ................. A158 9.7 Population under Different Age Group and Child Sex Ratio (2001-2011) ....................................................................\ ......................... A159 9.8 Socio-Economic Profiles & Inter State Comparison of Selected Major States of India ......................................................................... A160-A163 STATISTICAL APPENDIX : ECONOMIC SURVEY 2015-16PAGE A1 Contd.... Table 1.1: Gross National Income and Net National Income YearGross national income (R crore) Net national income (Rcrore) Per capita net national income (R) Current prices Constant prices Current prices Constant prices Current prices Constant prices 1 234567 2004-05 Series 1950-51 10360292996 9829269724 2747513 1951-52 11019302010 10443279256 2867651 1952-53 10825310068 10241287818 2757737 1953-54 11791329250 11235307397 2968111 1954-55 11141344902 10635326057 2768447 1955-56 11361356460 10819337156 2758579 1956-57 13530376234 12944356008 3238878 1957-58 13931374503 13277353525 3258644 1958-59 15516402020 14802379855 3549087 1959-60 16327412031 15564389080 3659133 1960-61 17870434497 17062411519 3939482 1961-62 18912450212 18016426103 4069597 1962-63 20321463161 19350437686 4269641 1963-64 23350491049 22266464130 48010003 1964-65 27222527153 25982498287 54810512 1965-66 28693512985 27300482480 5639948 1966-67 32439512781 30806480102 6229699 1967-68 38003552429 36136517516 71410228 1968-69 40257571460 38259534677 73910322 1969-70 44334608809 42035569591 79510767 1970-71 47354640275 44550596470 82311025 1971-72 50708650938 47630605211 86010924 1972-73 55912647647 52487600195 92610585 1973-74 68095669444 63983619883 110310688 1974-75 80479678151 75182625455 126810547 1975-76 86452740806 80189685230 132111289 1976-77 93189753348 86382694149 139311196 1977-78 105615808500 98287746719 155011778 1978-79 114491854867 106380790566 164212200 1979-80 125882811357115995743925 174711204 1980-81 149987866338138565795193 204111711 1981-82 175845917272161924842429 234012174 1982-83 196010946491179895867337 254112251 1983-84 2280771015342 210108932241 290612894 1984-85 2551871052643 234211963767 316913041 1985-86 2880951108266 2629581013410 348313423 1986-87 3221441160809 2938061060195 381113751 1987-88 3655921204856 3324001097111 421813923 1988-89 4323971317940 3935461204380 488914961 1989-90 4961971396154 4509491275833 548615521 1990-91 5786671470766 5260171342031 627015996 1991-92 6637981485707 5991711348043 700015748 1992-93 7629001567944 6887621422097 789916308 Economic Survey 2015-16 A2 Table 1.1: Gross National Income and Net National Income YearGross national income (R crore) Net national income (Rcrore) Per capita net national income (R) Current prices Constant prices Current prices Constant prices Current prices Constant prices 1 234567 1993-94 8792751644886 7964181492864 892816736 1994-95 10325071755272 9357591592980 1028317505 1995-96 12132411888228 11006551715639 1186118487 1996-97 1406195203283712763471849226 1349219548 1997-98 1559189211897514119221920927 1464619927 1998-99 1788410225001216246692038124 1652820734 1999-00 2007699244865418212272220003 1819422178 2000-01 215468025359111947788 2291795 1911522491 2001-02 2335777266181921069282401875 2025923095 2002-03 2519637276629822734562492931 2152923607 2003-04 2820795298349725486402692470 2377525116 2004-05 3219835321983528999442899944 2662926629 2005-06 3667253351834833035323167455 2986928639 2006-07 4261472384197438427433456274 3424930805 2007-08 4966578423376844818823806140 3938433446 2008-09 5597140439096650319433922062 4360433987 2009-10 643982747630905780028 4241183 4940236249 2010-11 7702308522773969420894657438 5853439270 2011-12 8932892558668380529964958849 6699741255 2011-12 Series (New series) 2011-12* 8659215865921577420747742074 6346063460 2012-13* 983458191187098774615 8109505 7105065664 2013-14* 11132877971706299344058615309 7941268867 2014-15@ 1234077210427701 11007592 9235026 8687972889 2015-16 (AE) 134098921121407711961524 9934339 9323177431 Source : Central Statistics Office. Notes: * Second revised estimates; @ First revised estimates; AE: Advance Estimates (Contd....) Economic Survey 2015-16 A3 Table 1.2: Annual Growth Rates of Gross National Income and Net National Income (Per cent) Year Gross national income Net national income Per capita net national income Current prices Constant prices Current prices Constant prices Current prices Constant prices 1 23 456 7 2004-05 Series 1951-52 6.43.1 6.23.54.5 1.8 1952-53 -1.82.7 -1.9 3.1-3.8 1.1 1953-54 8.96.2 9.76.87.7 4.8 1954-55 -5.54.8 -5.3 6.1-7.1 4.1 1955-56 2.03.4 1.73.4-0.1 1.6 1956-57 19.15.5 19.6 5.617.3 3.5 1957-58 3.0-0.5 2.6-0.70.6 -2.6 1958-59 11.47.3 11.5 7.49.1 5.1 1959-60 5.22.5 5.12.43.2 0.5 1960-61 9.55.5 9.65.87.6 3.8 1961-62 5.83.6 5.63.53.2 1.2 1962-63 7.52.9 7.42.75.0 0.5 1963-64 14.96.0 15.1 6.012.6 3.8 1964-65 16.67.4 16.7 7.414.2 5.1 1965-66 5.4-2.7 5.1-3.22.7 -5.4 1966-67 13.10.0 12.8 -0.510.6 -2.5 1967-68 17.27.7 17.3 7.814.8 5.4 1968-69 5.93.4 5.93.33.4 0.9 1969-70 10.16.5 9.96.57.6 4.3 1970-71 6.85.2 6.04.73.6 2.4 1971-72 7.11.7 6.91.54.4 -0.9 1972-73 10.3-0.5 10.2 -0.87.7 -3.1 1973-74 21.83.4 21.9 3.319.2 1.0 1974-75 18.21.3 17.5 0.914.9 -1.3 1975-76 7.49.2 6.79.64.2 7.0 1976-77 7.81.7 7.71.35.5 -0.8 1977-78 13.37.3 13.8 7.611.3 5.2 1978-79 8.45.7 8.25.95.9 3.6 1979-80 9.9-5.1 9.0-5.96.4 -8.2 1980-81 19.16.8 19.5 6.916.8 4.5 1981-82 17.25.9 16.9 5.914.7 3.9 1982-83 11.53.2 11.1 3.08.6 0.6 1983-84 16.47.3 16.8 7.514.4 5.3 1984-85 11.93.7 11.5 3.49.1 1.1 1985-86 12.95.3 12.3 5.29.9 2.9 1986-87 11.84.7 11.7 4.69.4 2.4 1987-88 13.53.8 13.1 3.510.7 1.2 1988-89 18.39.4 18.4 9.815.9 7.5 1989-90 14.85.9 14.6 5.912.2 3.7 1990-91 16.65.3 16.6 5.214.3 3.1 1991-92 14.71.0 13.9 0.411.6 -1.5 1992-93 14.95.5 15.0 5.512.8 3.6 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A4 Table 1.2: Annual Growth Rates of Gross National Income and Net National Income (Per cent) Year Gross national income Net national income Per capita net national income Current prices Constant prices Current prices Constant prices Current prices Constant prices 1 23 456 7 1993-94 15.34.9 15.6 5.013.0 2.6 1994-95 17.46.7 17.5 6.715.2 4.6 1995-96 17.57.6 17.6 7.715.3 5.6 1996-97 15.97.7 16.0 7.813.8 5.7 1997-98 10.94.2 10.6 3.98.6 1.9 1998-99 14.76.2 15.1 6.112.8 4.1 1999-00 12.38.8 12.1 8.910.1 7.0 2000-01 7.33.6 6.93.25.1 1.4 2001-02 8.45.0 8.24.86.0 2.7 2002-03 7.93.9 7.93.86.3 2.2 2003-04 12.07.9 12.1 8.010.4 6.4 2004-05 14.17.9 13.8 7.712.0 6.0 2005-06 13.99.3 13.9 9.212.2 7.5 2006-07 16.29.2 16.3 9.114.7 7.6 2007-08 16.510.2 16.610.115.0 8.6 2008-09 12.73.7 12.3 3.010.7 1.6 2009-10 15.18.5 14.9 8.113.3 6.7 2010-11 19.69.8 20.1 9.818.5 8.3 2011-12 16.06.9 16.0 6.514.5 5.1 2011-12 Series (New Series) 2012-13* 13.65.3 13.3 4.712.0 3.5 2013-14* 13.26.6 13.2 6.211.8 4.9 2014-15@ 10.87.3 10.8 7.29.4 5.8 2015-16 (AE) 8.77.5 8.77.67.3 6.2 Annual Average Growth Rates First Plan (1951-52 to 1955-56) 2.04.0 2.14.60.3 2.7 Second Plan (1956-57 to 1960-61) 9.64.1 9.74.17.5 2.1 Third Plan (1961-62 to 1965-66) 10.03.4 10.0 3.37.6 1.0 Three Annual Plans (1966-67 to 1968-69) 12.03.7 12.0 3.59.6 1.3 Fourth Plan (1969-70 to 1973-74) 11.23.2 11.0 3.08.5 0.7 Fifth Plan (1974-75 to 1978-79) 11.05.1 10.8 5.08.4 2.7 Annual Plan (1979-80) 9.9-5.1 9.0-5.96.4 -8.2 Sixth Plan (1980-81 to 1984-85) 15.25.4 15.1 5.312.7 3.1 Seventh Plan (1985-86 to 1989-90) 14.25.8 14.0 5.811.6 3.6 Two Annual Plans (1990-91 to 1991-92) 15.73.2 15.3 2.813.0 0.8 Eighth Plan (1992-93 to 1996-97) 16.26.5 16.3 6.514.0 4.4 Ninth Plan (1997-98 to 2001-02) 10.75.6 10.6 5.48.5 3.4 Tenth Plan (2002-03 to 2006-07) 12.87.6 12.8 7.611.1 5.9 Eleventh Plan (2007-08 to 2011-12)** 16.07.8 16.0 7.514.4 6.0 Source : Central Statistics Office Notes: * Second revised estimates; @ First revised estimates; AE: Advance Estimates ** Data for 2011-12 based on 2004-05 series has been taken for compilation of average g\ rowth rates (Contd....) Economic Survey 2015-16 A5 Table 1.3 A : Gross Value Added at Factor Cost by Industry of Origin (R crore) At constant prices Year Agriculture, forestry & fishing, mining and quarrying Manufacturing, construction, electricity, gas and water supply Trade, hotels, transport & communication Financing, insurance, real estate and business services Community, social & personal services Gross value added at factor cost (2 to 6) 1 234567 2004-05 series 1950-51 15019140138307922332528474279618 1951-52 15298741996316082386329329286147 1952-53 15776441834326412486329934294267 1953-54 16954744416338612521930860312177 1954-55 17461148325360652614031967325431 1955-56 17325553962387002719032955333766 1956-57 18265158809415372763534219352766 1957-58 17518057737428312867935765348500 1958-59 19233762009449652949237233374948 1959-60 19085166378477793061938834383153 1960-61 20434073555518793125240741410279 1961-62 20501478638552593259642656423011 1962-63 20223483517585033369345686431960 1963-64 20703092432626503473548684453829 1964-65 22528799250668903568851894488247 1965-66 202906102475680793676653950470402 1966-67 200481106304698623741256438475190 1967-68 228813109856728523843158659513860 1968-69 228836115422761554030561272527270 1969-70 243347124372802754198064655561630 1970-71 258665126356842054373568218589787 1971-72 254395129506861214598971264595741 1972-73 243082133917879914776773594593843 1973-74 259751134649916864893675541620872 1974-75 256719136045971764877979120628079 1975-76 289695144928105980 5214281914684634 1976-77 274522158354110697 5627784190693191 1977-78 300873170123118084 5903286450744972 1978-79 307874182590127772 6320390186785965 1979-80 271096176035126751 6381896779745083 1980-81 305906183970133906 65041101666 798506 1981-82 321876197519142057 70326103842 843426 1982-83 323862197833149903 77029111849 868092 1983-84 354720214737157545 84585116027 936270 1984-85 360230224284165037 90907124065 973357 1985-86 362783233818178195 997831311841013866 1986-87 364989245385188888 1102951410431057612 1987-88 360949259641198578 1183831512401094993 1988-89 4175812808632104051299341603851206243 1989-90 4250753044612260741460881730221280228 1990-91 4448803254502377361551651805641347889 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A6 Table 1.3 A : Gross Value Added at Factor Cost by Industry of Origin (R crore) At constant prices Year Agriculture, forestry & fishing, mining and quarrying Manufacturing, construction, electricity, gas and water supply Trade, hotels, transport & communication Financing, insurance, real estate and business services Community, social & personal services Gross value added at factor cost (2 to 6) 1 234567 1991-92 4386853251502431781719561852321367171 1992-93 4650843367162568971813201963321440504 1993-94 4795923572372746822015682051011522344 1994-95 5044773899033019972094012097421619694 1995-96 5045274368633425362263482251571737741 1996-97 5492024681463702002403542432881876319 1997-98 5423134835853981092684952634861957032 1998-99 5743745044854286132894402890852087828 1999-00 590696535730477605 3271113238002254942 2000-01 5922275705715082993386613387232348481 2001-02 624923585971552118359684 3522672474962 2002-03 5942806273745978963856613657242570935 2003-04 6431836768336646374060983849982775749 2004-05 650454744755727720437174 4113612971464 2005-06 6806288242728154074923404404263253073 2006-07 7117689286269100845610634528233564364 2007-08 75107710239981009520 6281244839173896636 2008-09 75374410716811085125 7036295444974158676 2009-10 76481711730891197891 7719056083694516071 2010-11 82843112627221344024 8491896341674918533 2011-12 86455713699321402261 9455346652465247530 Source : Central Statistics Office Notes : 1. For the years prior to 1999-2000 totals under col. 7 may not add up to t\ otals of individual items under col. 2 to col. 6 due to splicing technique applied independently at the level of each industry and at the\ total level. 2. Estimates for the years 2011-12 onwards (at base 2011-12) are available at basic prices and are given in table 1.3B. Table 1.3 B: Gross Value Added at Basic Prices by Industry of Origin (R crore) At constant prices Agriculture, forestry & fishing, mining and quarrying Manufacturing, construction, electricity, gas and water supply Trade, hotels, transport & communication Financing, insurance, real estate and business services Community, social & personal services Gross value added at basic prices (2 to 6) Year 1 234567 2011-12 series (New series) 2011-12* 1762851237401714131161530691 10259828106656 2012-13* 178408224693991549608167559210678718546552 2013-14* 1855614259907616698441844070 11157659084369 2014-15@ 188062127386751833997203946012347379727490 2015-16 (AE) 1918847294123120078662249243132039310437579 Source : Central Statistics Office. Notes: * Second revised estimates; @ First revised estimates; AE: Advance Estimates (Contd....) Economic Survey 2015-16 A7 Table 1.4 A: Gross Value Added at Factor Cost by Industry of Origin (R crore) At current prices Agriculture, forestry & fishing, mining and quarrying Manufacturing, construction, electricity, gas and water supply Trade, hotels, transport & communication Financing, insurance, real estate and business services Community, social & personal services Gross value added at factor cost (2 to 6) Year 1 234567 2004-05 Series 1950-51 527413469681254 111510036 1951-52 5453150510481349 116210596 1952-53 5316141610551425120110449 1953-54 5850155911211537 125011378 1954-55 4993164011511647 128310689 1955-56 4847176011921768 136110861 1956-57 6152207113781917143012965 1957-58 6045214815252054150313255 1958-59 7002233416672203159714827 1959-60 7043261618012364176015574 1960-61 743431131985 2547198917049 1961-62 7704339821452602215417992 1962-63 7899374023482987234319238 1963-64 9274427426283231259921986 1964-65 11291478830843512294525686 1965-66 11301519933453796327626895 1966-67 13123581938904063366530613 1967-68 16393638044454458410535976 1968-69 16912694047324772442237938 1969-70 18505794451075120482241722 1970-71 19086862256275579531544382 1971-72 1951095386102 6117590147221 1972-73 214481053467306694645651943 1973-74 281711223080577465726163658 1974-75 310621523210642 8390914274930 1975-76 310281657112067 951110290 79582 1976-77 318331881113066 10579 1131185545 1977-78 375922127014702 1154012296 97633 1978-79 38717239511611912448 13529104930 1979-80 4037326774186041357615149114500 1980-81 5076030900219681512017537136838 1981-82 5874536090269461783519927160214 1982-83 6398539953307492045323134178985 1983-84 7598247053357162338826345209356 1984-85 82204536564112526907 30311235113 1985-86 8808360593480223081934284262717 1986-87 9518267754542723533739428292924 1987-88 10535877630619634038745700332068 1988-89 1307319116373159 4692652994396295 1989-90 144461108908856305529760741456540 1990-91 168166127079100318 6459870019531814 1991-92 195454140700115570 7890481366613528 1992-93 219680163887136250 8749594507703723 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A8 Table 1.4 A: Gross Value Added at Factor Cost by Industry of Origin (R crore) At current prices Agriculture, forestry & fishing, mining and quarrying Manufacturing, construction, electricity, gas and water supply Trade, hotels, transport & communication Financing, insurance, real estate and business services Community, social & personal services Gross value added at factor cost (2 to 6) Year 1 234567 1993-94 254876188251160990105686106090817961 1994-95 293013229365192142 119442118663955386 1995-96 319243280971231175143791 1401901118586 1996-97 3811423182602731351586371664691301788 1997-98 4085213485433130931806421931881447613 1998-99 4664463934913585382105932361231668739 1999-00 4970274269934006502605222730131858205 2000-01 5064764743234431692823162944592000743 2001-02 5466744975784919523215433175132175260 2002-03 5480625504215436913601943414962343864 2003-04 6087886188406243944025103712882625819 2004-05 650454744755727720437174 4113612971464 2005-06 7322348594108466064931024591513390503 2006-07 8297711033410 9983795865955051213953276 2007-08 96133012054581150044 6914645737904582086 2008-09 108303213604261310845 8453697038955303567 2009-10 124281815364921481623 9649378830336108903 2010-11 152455217635841779630 11652431015850 7248860 2011-12 1721814206165020722721381524 11544318391691 Source : Central Statistics Office. Notes : 1. For the years prior to 1999-2000 totals under col. 7 may not add up to totals of individual item under col. 2 to col. 6 due to splicing technique applied independently at the level of each industry and at the\ total level. 2. Estimates for the years 2011-12 onwards (at base 2011-12) are available at basic prices and are given in table 1.4 B. Table 1.4 B: Gross Value Added at Basic Prices by Industry of Origin (R crore) At current prices Agriculture, forestry & fishing, mining and quarrying Manufacturing, construction, electricity, gas and water supply Trade, hotels, transport & communication Financing, insurance, real estate and business services Community, social & personal services Gross value added at basic prices (2 to 6) Year 1 234 567 2011-12 Series (New series) 2011-12* 176285123740171413116 153069110259828106656 2012-13* 196657726367431664088 178016711624489210023 2013-14* 219843029022221888835 2082765130856210380813 2014-15@ 229955031383792140370 2359279153483111472409 2015-16 (AE) 239827733242332277734 2525532172653012252306 Source : Central Statistics Office. Notes: * Second revised estimates; @ First revised estimates; AE: Advance Estimates (Contd....) Economic Survey 2015-16 A9 Table 1.5 A: Annual Growth Rates of Real Gross Value Added at Factor Cost by Industry of Origin (Per cent) YearAgriculture, forestry & fishing, mining and quarrying Manufacturing, construction, electricity, gas and water supply Trade, hotels, transport & communication Financing, insurance, real estate and business services Community, social & personal services Gross value added at factor cost 1 234567 2004-05 Series 1951-52 1.94.62.62.33.02.3 1952-53 3.1-0.4 3.34.22.12.8 1953-54 7.56.23.71.43.16.1 1954-55 3.08.86.53.73.64.2 1955-56 -0.811.7 7.34.03.12.6 1956-57 5.49.07.31.63.85.7 1957-58 -4.1-1.83.13.84.5-1.2 1958-59 9.87.45.02.84.17.6 1959-60 -0.87.06.33.84.32.2 1960-61 7.110.8 8.62.14.97.1 1961-62 0.36.96.54.34.73.1 1962-63 -1.46.25.93.47.12.1 1963-64 2.410.7 7.13.16.65.1 1964-65 8.87.46.82.76.67.6 1965-66 -9.93.21.83.04.0-3.7 1966-67 -1.23.72.61.84.61.0 1967-68 14.13.34.32.73.98.1 1968-69 0.05.14.54.94.52.6 1969-70 6.37.85.44.25.56.5 1970-71 6.31.64.94.25.55.0 1971-72 -1.72.52.35.24.51.0 1972-73 -4.43.42.23.93.3-0.3 1973-74 6.90.54.22.42.64.6 1974-75 -1.21.06.0-0.3 4.71.2 1975-76 12.86.59.16.93.59.0 1976-77 -5.29.34.57.92.81.2 1977-78 9.67.46.74.92.77.5 1978-79 2.37.38.27.14.35.5 1979-80 -11.9-3.6-0.8 1.07.3-5.2 1980-81 12.84.55.61.95.07.2 1981-82 5.27.46.18.12.15.6 1982-83 0.60.25.59.57.72.9 1983-84 9.58.55.19.83.77.9 1984-85 1.64.44.87.56.94.0 1985-86 0.74.38.09.85.74.2 1986-87 0.64.96.010.5 7.54.3 1987-88 -1.15.85.17.37.23.5 1988-89 15.78.26.09.86.010.2 1989-90 1.88.47.412.4 7.96.1 1990-91 4.76.95.26.24.45.3 1991-92 -1.4-0.12.310.8 2.61.4 1992-93 6.03.65.65.46.05.4 1993-94 3.16.16.911.2 4.55.7 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A10 Table 1.5 A: Annual Growth Rates of Real Gross Value Added at Factor Cost by Industry of Origin (Per cent) YearAgriculture, forestry & fishing, mining and quarrying Manufacturing, construction, electricity, gas and water supply Trade, hotels, transport & communication Financing, insurance, real estate and business services Community, social & personal services Gross value added at factor cost 1 234567 1994-95 5.29.19.93.92.36.4 1995-96 0.012.0 13.4 8.17.37.3 1996-97 8.97.28.16.28.18.0 1997-98 -1.33.37.511.7 8.34.3 1998-99 5.94.37.77.89.76.7 1999-00 2.86.211.4 13.0 12.0 8.0 2000-01 0.36.56.43.54.64.1 2001-02 5.52.78.66.24.05.4 2002-03 -4.97.18.37.23.83.9 2003-04 8.27.911.2 5.35.38.0 2004-05 1.110.0 9.57.76.87.1 2005-06 4.610.7 12.012.6 7.19.5 2006-07 4.612.7 11.614.0 2.89.6 2007-08 5.510.3 10.912.0 6.99.3 2008-09 0.44.77.512.0 12.5 6.7 2009-10 1.59.510.4 9.711.7 8.6 2010-11 8.37.612.2 10.0 4.28.9 2011-12 4.48.54.311.3 4.96.7 Source : Central Statistics Office. Table 1.5 B: Annual Growth Rates of Real Gross Value Added at Basic Prices by Industry of Origin (Per cent) Agriculture, forestry & fishing, mining and quarrying Manufacturing, construction, electricity, gas and water supply Trade, hotels, transport & communication Financing, insurance, real estate and business services Community, social & personal services Gross value added at basic prices Year 1 234567 2011-12 Series (New series) 2012-13* 1.24.09.79.54.15.4 2013-14* 4.05.37.810.1 4.56.3 2014-15@ 1.35.49.810.6 10.7 7.1 2015-16 (AE) 2.07.49.510.3 6.97.3 Source : Central Statistics Office. Notes: * Second revised estimates; @ First revised estimates; AE: Advance Estimates Economic Survey 2015-16 A11 Table 1.6: Expenditure on Gross Domestic Product at Current Prices (R crore) Year PFCEGFCE GFCF CISValuables Export of goods and services Import of goods and services Discrepancies Gross Domestic Product 1 2345 6 7 8910 2004-05 Series 1950-51 9394608968165 na 736 711-75910401 1951-52 103076381045 173 na 846 1038 -91711054 1952-53 10284661974 40 na 715 702-112210850 1953-54 11190698968-67 na 644 652-97011810 1954-55 104147281112 36 na 705 750-107611170 1955-56 104177801384 53na 757 839-118011371 1956-57 122868601771 235 na 767 1174-119813547 1957-58 1246210051803 242 na 800 1304-105713951 1958-59 1414810781782 2na 719 1104-107415551 1959-60 1470711362003 209 na 779 1010-144016384 1960-61 1589112402290 328 na 787 1205-138917942 1961-62 1661713772554 276 na 804 1113-150619010 1962-63 1750116702842 357 na 837 1211-156720429 1963-64 1943021463374 275 na 987 1362-138723462 1964-65 2287323133972 363 na1002 1529-162727367 1965-66 2414426654420 316 na 938 1478-214728857 1966-67 2811929214866 514 na1330 2142-293932669 1967-68 3350932655395 432 na1517 2236-362138261 1968-69 3352435765672 96na 1608 1968-199640512 1969-70 3626540086192 554 na1628 1767-227544605 1970-71 3847444796488 809 na1771 1816-256847638 1971-72 41496518574791066 na1838 2006-405950999 1972-73 4573655148480 411 na2225 2049-410256214 1973-74 55135604596751639 na2830 3176-372868420 1974-75 66799733412080 2929 na3835 4779-742980770 1975-76 68314864513895 2123 na4812 5664-541986707 1976-77 71024960215546 1393 na6139 5614-466993422 1977-78 817881024517835 1387 na6640 6517-5529105848 1978-79 889501137319719 3218 na7115 7423-8305114647 1979-80 965901307422564 3791 na8340 10094 -8536125729 1980-81 1180681517926815 188 na9029 13596 -6041149642 1981-82 1356761778532650 5753 na10256 14809-11506175805 1982-83 1497732102238905 4451 na11563 15736-13334196644 1983-84 1753572428844005 1787 na13139 17675-11880229021 1984-85 1940372792750449 4820 na15846 19484-16984256611 1985-86 2141543325759640 8314 na14951 21754-19038289524 1986-87 2402093932269476 6532 na16543 22359-25774 323949 1987-88 2666494616081204 2019 na20281 25259-22843368211 1988-89 3104975328095617 8543 na25913 32010-24947436893 1989-90 34680760997113993 6014 na34609 40212-20279501928 1990-91 39852969525139663 6355 na40635 48698-19797586212 1991-92 45773578458152466 -903 na56254 56249-13887673875 1992-93 51611888846177929 9839 na67312 73000-12499774545 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A12 Table 1.6: Expenditure on Gross Domestic Product at Current Prices (R crore) Year PFCEGFCE GFCF CISValuables Export of goods and services Import of goods and services Discrepancies Gross Domestic Product 1 2345 6 7 8910 1993-94 591308103066191456 -1719 na86147 85999 7095891355 1994-95 687154114672228442 14072 na101607 104710 43541045590 1995-96 792015135883295046 24557 na130733 144953 -65561226725 1996-97 928629154089328046-14991 na144854 161022 396721419277 1997-98 1018559182245372401 13044 na165203 184333 52751572394 1998-99 1166300225716427069 -3023 na195280 224745 167801803378 1999-2000 1312537258868484666 42497 15519 227697 265702-529522023130 2000-01 1406661273400495196 15158 14724 278126 297523 -83292177413 2001-02 1531672291189590240 -1971 14187 290757 311050-491792355845 2002-03 162029330157360112018200 13957 355556 379981 56082536327 2003-04 1771305324783697478 20667 24572 417425 436878 221512841503 2004-05 1917508354518931028 80150 41054 569051 625945-251543242209 2005-06 21527024016191120292 104389 41392 712087 813466-256473693369 2006-07 24766674434771343774 147101 49709 904872 1040535 -303594294706 2007-08 28407275130211641673 201534 535921018907 1219109 -632554987090 2008-09 32492846153331821099 106791 722131328765 1614040 506185630063 2009-10 37075667711512055772 179171 116312 1298780 1647139 -37866477827 2010-11 43603238901362407069 273509 162836 1710193 2050182 302307784115 2011-12 514189610258952861062 170596 246673 2150326 2721947 1352209009722 2011-12 Series (New series) 2011-12* 49104479683752997619 206854 253033 2143931 2715554 -286678736039 2012-13* 567092910613603321413 212363 273775 2439707 3108428 802279951344 2013-14* 650793211529933564320 179971 162982 2854713 3190352 4020611272764 2014-15@ 719304613654633844366 220557 192663 2861066 3233123 4416812488205 2015-16 (AE) 811199314511743982083 233767 209039 2672636 3025076 -6842513567192 Source : Central Statistics Office. Notes: * Second revised estimates; @ First revised estimates; AE: Advance Estimates ; na : Not available PFCE : Private Final Consumption Expenditure GFCE : Government Final Consumption Expenditure GFCF : Gross Fixed Capital Formation CIS : Change in Stocks Contd...... Economic Survey 2015-16 A13 Table 1.7: Expenditure on Gross Domestic Product at Constant Prices (R crore) Year PFCEGFCE GFCF CIS Valuables Export of goods and services Import of goods and services Discrepancies Gross Domestic Product 1 2345 6 7 8 910 2004-05 Series 1950-51 2448881797940701 4205 na20455 23085 -11206293937 1951-52 2604541816639772 3949 na22790 32667 -9865302599 1952-53 2709641818737131 1046 na20085 23038 -13831310544 1953-54 2872541841538705 -2382 na17625 20846 -9127329643 1954-55 2966781852343546 1156 na21411 26611 -9201345503 1955-56 2995141903650947 1457 na23206 30047 -7429356684 1956-57 3127642036162224 4449 na20817 37224 -6808376582 1957-58 3065852292957579 7128 na20981 39954 -215375033 1958-59 3347302374256784 -480 na18136 32533 2371402749 1959-60 3385382416861613 4479 na19117 28957 -5638413320 1960-61 3577952547366760 6128 na18891 33792 -5218436037 1961-62 3638952741573110 5204 na18856 30495 -5715452270 1962-63 3686363307880082 4508 na18747 31687 -7836465527 1963-64 3823494064790736 3680 na20322 32762 -11540493432 1964-65 4051904246498565 6218 na18999 33869 -7358530207 1965-66 40554846580101821 4695 na16365 30125 -28652516232 1966-67 41081947380102257 6621 na20593 38747 -32976515947 1967-68 43406148658107340 5590 na21614 37219 -23719556324 1968-69 44546351211111372 1435 na22292 31874 -24727575172 1969-70 46200856050111724 7245 na21860 27719 -18381612787 1970-71 47769761370107541 8631 na28759 32685 -6923644390 1971-72 48699267386118995 11455 na29062 38578 -20336654976 1972-73 49025468031124912 3242 na31456 37849 -28694651352 1973-74 50228567936123058 11795 na33017 40906 -24368672818 1974-75 50190765398128951 14863 na35724 35687 -30362680793 1975-76 53040971715128683 2170 na41600 36143 4652743085 1976-77 54098577084141513 7607 na49845 36829 -24763755443 1977-78 58509979719158620 11260 na48067 46918 -25597810249 1978-79 62085985618165842 21755 na51818 46941 -42416856535 1979-80 60693390975165092 15528 na57597 56011 -68448811668 1980-81 66156295196178287 1004 na60614 64051 -66273866340 1981-82 69033199203185401 23590 na60119 70474 -69795918374 1982-83 697235108747197159 17857 na63738 72909 -61533950295 1983-84 751352113612209780 7483 na63155 88937 -368841019561 1984-85 773009122059217283 17374 na67764 76192 -627801058515 1985-86 805271134924229215 27276 na63485 86761 -592761114133 1986-87 830682147610251020 21203 na66934 101583 -48516 1167350 1987-88 859153159705266072 6009 na75452 99889 -528621213640 1988-89 912779168458284466 24171 na81091 109073 -314061330486 1989-90 958075177460 306311 16060 na90805 111346 -277491409615 1990-91 1000867183488347966 15063 na100888 115094 -455621487615 1991-92 1022458183180328594 -1791 na110637 115111 -246291503337 1992-93 1048825189503358162 18331 na116050 139432 -56831585756 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A14 Table 1.7: Expenditure on Gross Domestic Product at Constant Prices (R crore) Year PFCEGFCE GFCF CIS Valuables Export of goods and services Import of goods and services Discrepancies Gross Domestic Product 1 2345 6 7 8 910 1993-94 1094417200751354848 -3816 na132041 166297 491471661092 1994-95 1147607203529388410 21529 na149265 203883 652461771702 1995-96 1217472219412451596 34275 na196128 261227 482441905900 1996-97 1312114229594465355 -22555 na208464 254853 1116672049786 1997-98 1351342255429506706 16929 na203610 288495 872792132799 1998-99 1439195286572555913 -5221 na231880 348634 1049952264700 1999-2000 1526689320320599973 52890 na273617 373012 645532465029 2000-01 1579201324727591610 17320 na323288 390132 1136972559711 2001-02 1673209332369682143 -3481 na337221 401619 633482683190 2002-03 1721238331753679170 20049 na408324 449800 745252785258 2003-04 1823227340962750940 21668 na447450 512250 1321943004190 2004-05 1917508354518931028 80150 41054569051 625945 -251543242209 2005-06 20833093860071081792 101511 40414717424 829926 -372883543244 2006-07 22598924005791231265 133556 45933863459 1008198 -549983871489 2007-08 24713974389191430764 175411 47263914628 1110963 -1164724250947 2008-09 26496104844591480943 85290599871048140 1363302 -287784416350 2009-10 28453035517021594475 143052 94524999030 1334180 -1030594790847 2010-11 30923735835441769792 206953 1251911195003 1542428 -1480425282386 2011-12 33785066235741986645 1171111334541381129 1867249 -1201205633050 2011-12 Series (New series) 2011-12* 49104479683752997619 206854 2530332143931 2715554 -286678736039 2012-13* 51702529734983143531 199096 2597192288581 2878384 705869226879 2013-14* 55200689775213250539 162036 1501232466632 2643368 -441179839434 2014-15@ 586428311026073408251 195007 1732752508402 2664390 -3528410552151 2015-16 (AE) 631056511385583587515 205809 1962452349643 2496119 5874511350962 Source : Central Statistics Office. Notes: * Second revised estimates; @ First revised estimates; AE: Advance Estimates ; na : Not available PFCE : Private Final Consumption Expenditure GFCE : Government Final Consumption Expenditure GFCF : Gross Fixed Capital Formation CIS : Change in Stocks Contd...... Economic Survey 2015-16 A15 Table 1.8: Gross Domestic Saving and Gross Capital Formation (At current prices) (R crore) Year Gross domestic saving Gross fixed capital formation Change in stocks Gross capital formation House- hold sector Private corporate sector Public sector Total (2+3+4) Public sector Private sector Total (6+7) Public sector Private sector Total (9+10) Public sector Private sector Valua- bles Total (12+13+14) Errors & omissions Adjusted total (15+16) Gross domestic product** 1 234 56 78910 1112 1314 151617 18 (2004-05 series) 1950-51 68193215 989264 70496826140 165290 844 na 1133 -16596810401 1951-52 6341363091079 3047411045 30143 173334 884 na 1218 441262 11054 1952-53 69564195 954324 650974-18 5940306 709 na 1014 -9592010850 1953-54 67290181 943381 587968-26 -42-67355 545 na 901 29930 11810 1954-55 7741182131105 4536591112 45-936498 650 na 1148 -281121 11170 1955-56 10411342471422 6197651384 -257753594 842 na 1437 241461 11371 1956-57 12221553181696 7211050 1771 37198 235758 1248 na2006 492056 13547 1957-58 10281213361485 7521051 1803139103242891 1154 na2045 -871958 13951 1958-59 9861403251450 8179651782 83-81 2900 884 na 1784 421826 15551 1959-60 12671853511803 1045 9582003 12198 2091057 1156 na2212 -1782034 16384 1960-61 12262815722079 1215 10752290 63265 3281278 1340 na2618 -582560 17942 1961-62 12373206542211 1269 12852554 29247 2761298 1532 na2830 -2742556 19010 1962-63 15193447502613 1510 13322842 97260 3571607 1592 na3199 -1463053 20429 1963-64 15893949292912 1794 15803374 87188 2751881 1768 na3649 -2973352 23462 1964-65 18973891072 33582106 18663972 90272 3632196 2138 na4335 -3773958 27367 1965-66 25964051085 40862348 207244201241923162472 2264 na4736 -514685 28857 1966-67 31614249414526 2360 25064866 64450 5142424 2956 na5380 695449 32669 1967-68 32754109444629 2320 307553952331994322553 3274 na5827 -3615466 38261 1968-69 32774391165 48812431 32415672 4155962472 3296 na5768 -4715297 40512 1969-70 43755491361 62852525 36676192 50504 5542575 4171 na6746 -2206526 44605 1970-71 45316721618 68212742 374664883025078093044 4253 na7297 -827215 47638 1971-72 52297691689 76873245 423474793567101066 3601 4944 na8545 -3808165 50999 1972-73 53308061816 79524185 42958480 88322 4114273 4617 na8891 -6418249 56214 1973-74 80201083236311466 4631504496755411097 16395172 6141 na11314 54511858 68420 1974-75 86771465334013482 4948713212080 9381992 29295886 9124 na15009 -87414135 80770 1975-76 97901083419215066 6401749413895 1447 6762123 7848 8170 na16018 -107014949 86707 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A16 Table 1.8: Gross Domestic Saving and Gross Capital Formation (At current prices) (R crore) Year Gross domestic saving Gross fixed capital formation Change in stocks Gross capital formation House- hold sector Private corporate sector Public sector Total (2+3+4) Public sector Private sector Total (6+7) Public sector Private sector Total (9+10) Public sector Private sector Valua- bles Total (12+13+14) Errors & omissions Adjusted total (15+16) Gross domestic product** 1 234 56 78910 1112 1314 151617 18 1976-77 112061181519517582 8051749515546 1121 2721393 9172 7767 na16939 -66616273 93422 1977-78 136791413525320345 8792904317835 1091278 13878901 10321 na19222 -34118880 105848 1978-79 164821652597624110 963810081 1971911002118321810738 12199 na22937 130124238 114647 1979-80 163382398633125068 11532 110322256413462445379112878 13477 na26355 -70725648 125729 1980-81 181162339613526590 13656 1315926815 71116 18813727 13275 na27003 168228684 149642 1981-82 190132560912030692 17376 152743265020063747575319382 19021 na38403 -510033303 175805 1982-83 21972298010004 3495622276 166293890511363315445123412 19944 na43356 -583337522 196644 1983-84 269553254903039239 24225 1978044005 3371450 178724562 21230 na45792 -403741756 229021 1984-85 327964040895045786 27823 226265044916763144482029499 25770 na55269 -619149078 256611 1985-86 36666542611322 5341432590 270505964019326383831434522 33433 na67954 -830659648 289524 1986-87 42111533611246 5869339723 2975369476 8965636 653240619 35389 na76008 -10960 65048323949 1987-88 57304593210471 7370741211 39993 81204-1515 3534201939696 43527 na83223 -269180532 368211 1988-89 67063848611943 8749247566 4805195617-4939036 854347073 57087 na104160 -436499796 436893 1989-90 829851184511900106730 5251761476113993 16904324601454207 65800 na120007 -998119009 501928 1990-91 1086031516410641134408 6001379650139663 19874368635562000 84018 na146018 6586152604 586212 1991-92 1056322030417594143530 7070181765152466 -22071304-90368494 83069 na151563 -4656146907 673875 1992-93 1279431996816709164621 71197106732 177929 26577182983973854 113914 na187768 -9331178437 774545 1993-94 1514542986611674192994 79309112147 191456 1974-3693 -171981283 108454 na189737 8048197785 891355 1994-95 1871423526024266246668 102134 126308228442 -604 1467614072101530 140984 na242514 16047258561 1045590 1995-96 1985855915331527289265 105704 189342295046 -61325170 24557105091 214512 na319603 -9558310045 1226725 1996-97 2246536254031194318387 108750 219296328046 1883-16873 -14991110633 202423 na313055 23069336125 1419277 1997-98 2841276608029583379790 112814 259587 372401 3553949113044 116367 269078 na385445 16647402092 1572394 1998-99 35211469191-3146418159 128621 298448427069 2277-5300 -3023130898 293148 na424046 12475436521 1803378 1999-00 43885187234-9238516847 138611 346055 484666155532694442497154164 37299915519 542682 -3848538834 2023130 2000-01 46375081062-29266 515545145973 349223495196 9326583115158155299 35505414724 525078 3222528299 2177413 2001-02 54528876906-36820 585374160190 430050590240 9079-11050 -1971169269 41900014187 602456 -31310571146 2355845 2002-03 56416199217-7148656230 168143 432977 601120-474022940 18200163403 45591713957 633277 -5534627743 2536327 Contd.... (Contd......) Economic Survey 2015-16 A17 Table 1.8: Gross Domestic Saving and Gross Capital Formation (At current prices) (R crore) Year Gross domestic saving Gross fixed capital formation Change in stocks Gross capital formation House- hold sector Private corporate sector Public sector Total (2+3+4) Public sector Private sector Total (6+7) Public sector Private sector Total (9+10) Public sector Private sector Valua- bles Total (12+13+14) Errors & omissions Adjusted total (15+16) Gross domestic product** 1 234 56 78910 1112 1314 151617 18 2003-04 65758712981636372823775 190806 506672697478-307623743 20667187730 53041524572 742717 19699762416 2841503 2004-05 763685212519744991050703 224108706920931028164726367880150240580 77059841054 1052231 118091064041 3242209 2005-06 868988277208889551235151 2713428489501120292 2200882381104389 293350 93133141392 1266073 136811279754 3693369 2006-07 9943963385841529291485909 3396171004157 1343774 16939130162 147101356556 1134319 497091540583 -91511531433 4294706 2007-08 1118347 4690232489621836332 4013261240347 1641673 40597160937 201534441923 1401284 535921896799 39631900762 4987090 2008-09 1330873 417467542801802620 4806981340401 1821099 5103255759106791 531730 1396160 722132000103 -687231931380 5630063 2009-10 1630799 540955105852182338 5438831511889 2055772 48905130266 179171592788 1642155 116312 2351255 118782363132 6477827 2010-11 1800174 6203002012682621742 6091891797881 2407069 47259226250 273509656448 2024131 162836 2843415 -19572841457 7784115 2011-12 2054737 6584281112952824459 6391572221905 2861062 56678113918 170596 695835 2335823 246673 3278331 -776983200633 9009722 2011-12 Series (New series) 2011-12* 2065453 8268051344663026724 6412602356359 2997619 17181189672 206854658442 2546031 253033 3457506 -546123402895 8736039 2012-13* 2233950 9920941387783364823 6976072623805 3321413 19596192767 212363717203 2816572 273775 3807550 351933842743 9951344 2013-14* 236093612183561457543725046 7949882769332 3564320 8357171614 179971803345 2940946 162982 3907272 43293911601 11272764 2014-15@ 238048815851201510924116700 9366782907688 3844366-12737233294 220557923941 3140981 192663 4257585 185734276158 12488205 Source : Central Statistics Office. Notes: * Second revised estimates; @ First revised estimates; na: Not av\ ailable; ** at market prices (Contd......) Economic Survey 2015-16 A18 Table 1.9: Gross Domestic Saving and Gross Capital Formation(As per cent of GDP at current market prices) Year Gross domestic saving Gross fixed capital formation Change in stocks Gross capital formation House- hold sector Private corporate sector Public sector Total (2+3+4) Public sector Private sector Total (6+7) Public sector Private sector Total (9+10) Public sector Private sector Valuables Total (12+13+14) Errors & omissions Adjusted Total (15+16) 1 234 5678910 1112 13 14 1516 17 2004-05 Series 1950-51 6.50.92.1 9.52.56.89.30.21.3 1.62.8 8.1 na10.9 -1.6 9.3 1951-52 5.71.22.8 9.82.86.79.50.31.3 1.63.0 8.0 na11.0 0.411.4 1952-53 6.40.61.8 8.83.06.09.0-0.2 0.5 0.42.8 6.5 na 9.3-0.9 8.5 1953-54 5.70.81.5 8.03.25.08.2-0.2-0.4 -0.63.0 4.6 na 7.60.2 7.9 1954-55 6.91.11.9 9.94.15.910.0 0.4-0.1 0.34.5 5.8 na10.3 -0.2 10.0 1955-56 9.21.22.212.5 5.46.712.2 -0.20.7 0.55.2 7.4 na12.6 0.212.8 1956-57 9.01.12.412.5 5.37.813.1 0.31.5 1.75.6 9.2 na14.8 0.415.2 1957-58 7.40.92.410.6 5.47.512.9 1.00.7 1.76.4 8.3 na14.7 -0.6 14.0 1958-59 6.30.92.1 9.35.36.211.5 0.5-0.5 0.05.8 5.7 na11.5 0.311.7 1959-60 7.71.12.111.0 6.45.812.2 0.11.2 1.36.4 7.1 na13.5 -1.1 12.4 1960-61 6.81.63.211.6 6.86.012.8 0.41.5 1.87.1 7.5 na14.6 -0.3 14.3 1961-62 6.51.73.411.6 6.76.813.4 0.21.3 1.56.8 8.1 na14.9 -1.4 13.4 1962-63 7.41.73.712.8 7.46.513.9 0.51.3 1.77.9 7.8 na15.7 -0.7 14.9 1963-64 6.81.74.012.4 7.66.714.4 0.40.8 1.28.0 7.5 na15.6 -1.3 14.3 1964-65 6.91.43.912.3 7.76.814.5 0.31.0 1.38.0 7.8 na15.8 -1.4 14.5 1965-66 9.01.43.814.2 8.17.215.3 0.40.7 1.18.6 7.8 na16.4 -0.2 16.2 1966-67 9.71.32.913.9 7.27.714.9 0.21.4 1.67.4 9.0 na16.5 0.216.7 1967-68 8.61.12.512.1 6.18.014.1 0.60.5 1.16.7 8.6 na15.2 -0.9 14.3 1968-69 8.11.12.912.0 6.08.014.0 0.10.1 0.26.1 8.1 na14.2 -1.2 13.1 1969-70 9.81.23.114.1 5.78.213.9 0.11.1 1.25.8 9.4 na15.1 -0.5 14.6 1970-71 9.5 1.43.414.3 5.87.913.6 0.61.1 1.76.4 8.9 na15.3 -0.2 15.1 1971-72 10.31.53.315.1 6.48.314.7 0.71.4 2.17.1 9.7 na16.8 -0.7 16.0 1972-73 9.51.43.214.1 7.47.615.1 0.20.6 0.77.6 8.2 na15.8 -1.1 14.7 1973-74 11.71.63.516.8 6.87.414.1 0.81.6 2.47.6 9.0 na16.5 0.817.3 1974-75 10.71.84.116.7 6.18.815.0 1.22.5 3.67.311.3 na18.6 -1.1 17.5 1975-76 11.31.24.817.4 7.48.616.0 1.70.8 2.49.1 9.4 na18.5 -1.2 17.2 1976-77 12.01.35.618.8 8.68.016.6 1.20.3 1.59.8 8.3 na18.1 -0.7 17.4 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A19 Table 1.9: Gross Domestic Saving and Gross Capital Formation(As per cent of GDP at current market prices) Year Gross domestic saving Gross fixed capital formation Change in stocks Gross capital formation House- hold sector Private corporate sector Public sector Total (2+3+4) Public sector Private sector Total (6+7) Public sector Private sector Total (9+10) Public sector Private sector Valuables Total (12+13+14) Errors & omissions Adjusted Total (15+16) 1 234 5678910 1112 13 14 1516 17 1977-78 12.91.35.019.2 8.38.516.8 0.11.2 1.38.4 9.8 na18.2 -0.3 17.8 1978-79 14.41.45.221.0 8.48.817.2 1.01.8 2.89.410.6 na20.0 1.121.1 1979-80 13.01.95.019.9 9.28.817.9 1.11.9 3.010.2 10.7 na21.0 -0.6 20.4 1980-81 12.11.64.117.8 9.18.817.9 0.00.1 0.19.2 8.9 na18.0 1.119.2 1981-82 10.81.55.217.5 9.98.718.6 1.12.1 3.311.0 10.8 na21.8 -2.9 18.9 1982-83 11.21.55.117.8 11.3 8.519.8 0.61.7 2.311.9 10.1 na22.0 -3.0 19.1 1983-84 11.81.43.917.1 10.6 8.619.2 0.10.6 0.810.7 9.3 na20.0 -1.8 18.2 1984-85 12.81.63.517.8 10.8 8.819.7 0.71.2 1.911.5 10.0 na21.5 -2.4 19.1 1985-86 12.71.93.918.4 11.3 9.320.6 0.72.2 2.911.9 11.5 na23.5 -2.9 20.6 1986-87 13.01.63.518.1 12.3 9.221.4 0.31.7 2.012.5 10.9 na23.5 -3.4 20.1 1987-88 15.61.62.820.0 11.210.9 22.1 -0.41.0 0.510.8 11.8 na22.6 -0.7 21.9 1988-89 15.31.92.720.0 10.9 11.021.9 -0.12.1 2.010.8 13.1 na23.8 -1.0 22.8 1989-90 16.52.42.421.3 10.512.222.7 0.30.9 1.210.8 13.1 na23.9 -0.2 23.7 1990-91 18.52.61.822.9 10.213.623.8 0.30.7 1.110.6 14.3 na24.9 1.126.0 1991-92 15.73.02.621.3 10.512.122.6 -0.30.2-0.110.2 12.3 na22.5 -0.7 21.8 1992-93 16.52.62.221.3 9.213.8 23.0 0.30.9 1.39.514.7 na24.2 -1.2 23.0 1993-94 17.03.41.321.7 8.912.6 21.5 0.2-0.4 -0.29.112.2 na21.3 0.922.2 1994-95 17.93.42.323.6 9.812.1 21.8 -0.11.4 1.39.713.5 na23.2 1.524.7 1995-96 16.24.82.623.6 8.615.4 24.1 -0.12.1 2.08.617.5 na26.1 -0.8 25.3 1996-97 15.84.42.222.4 7.715.5 23.1 0.1-1.2 -1.17.814.3 na22.1 1.623.7 1997-98 18.1 4.21.924.2 7.216.5 23.7 0.20.6 0.87.417.1 na24.5 1.125.6 1998-99 19.53.8-0.2 23.2 7.116.5 23.7 0.1-0.3 -0.27.316.3 na23.5 0.724.2 1999-2000 21.74.3-0.5 25.5 6.917.1 24.0 0.81.3 2.17.618.4 0.826.8-0.2 26.6 2000-01 21.33.7-1.3 23.7 6.716.0 22.7 0.40.3 0.77.116.3 0.724.1 0.124.3 2001-02 23.13.3-1.6 24.8 6.818.3 25.1 0.4-0.5 -0.17.217.8 0.625.6-1.3 24.2 2002-03 22.23.9-0.3 25.9 6.617.1 23.7 -0.20.9 0.76.418.0 0.625.0-0.2 24.8 Contd.... (Contd......) Economic Survey 2015-16 A20 Table 1.9: Gross Domestic Saving and Gross Capital Formation(As per cent of GDP at current market prices) Year Gross domestic saving Gross fixed capital formation Change in stocks Gross capital formation House- hold sector Private corporate sector Public sector Total (2+3+4) Public sector Private sector Total (6+7) Public sector Private sector Total (9+10) Public sector Private sector Valuables Total (12+13+14) Errors & omissions Adjusted Total (15+16) 1 234 5678910 1112 13 14 1516 17 2003-04 23.14.61.329.0 6.717.8 24.5 -0.10.8 0.76.618.7 0.926.1 0.726.8 2004-05 23.66.62.332.4 6.921.8 28.7 0.52.0 2.57.423.8 1.332.5 0.432.8 2005-06 23.57.52.433.4 7.323.0 30.3 0.62.2 2.87.925.2 1.134.3 0.434.7 2006-07 23.27.93.634.6 7.923.4 31.3 0.43.0 3.48.326.4 1.235.9-0.2 35.7 2007-08 22.49.45.036.8 8.024.9 32.9 0.83.2 4.08.928.1 1.138.0 0.138.1 2008-09 23.67.41.032.0 8.523.8 32.3 0.91.0 1.99.424.8 1.335.5-1.2 34.3 2009-10 25.28.40.233.7 8.423.3 31.7 0.82.0 2.89.225.4 1.836.3 0.236.5 2010-11 23.18.02.633.7 7.823.1 30.9 0.62.9 3.58.426.0 2.136.5-0.0 36.5 2011-12 22.87.31.231.3 7.124.7 31.8 0.61.3 1.97.725.9 2.736.4-0.9 35.5 2011-12 Series (New seires) 2011-12* 23.69.51.534.6 7.327.0 34.3 0.22.2 2.47.529.1 2.939.6-0.6 39.0 2012-13* 22.410.01.433.8 7.026.4 33.4 0.21.9 2.17.228.3 2.838.3 0.438.6 2013-14* 20.910.81.333.0 7.124.6 31.6 0.11.5 1.67.126.1 1.434.7 0.034.7 2014-15@ 19.112.71.233.0 7.523.3 30.8 -0.11.9 1.87.425.2 1.534.1 0.134.2 Source : Central Statistics Office. Notes: * Second revised estimates; @ First revised estimates; na: Not av\ ailable (Contd......) Economic Survey 2015-16 A21 Table 1.10A: Net State Domestic Product at Current Prices (2004-05 Series)As on 31.07.2015 (R Crore) Sl. No. State\UT 2004-052005-062006-072007-082008-092009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-142014-15 (1) (2) (3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10) (11)(12) (13) 1 Andhra Pradesh# 121388133072156646190738214873246936289776321806362353 411387461257 2 Arunachal Pradesh 318834393765440751996840835610011 10963 1255714464 3 Assam 471815244057033623427147885253100627 111833121380 139604159777 4 Bihar 701677414491331102853 129690148151185745222442268902315225369576 5 Chhattisgarh 413874566457536693488280984196102912 123333139920155149173994 6 Goa 10999124881439417045221492522429387380613703542564 na 7 Gujarat 172265206440240733281579314485 371187454853 511445560687 651916 na 8 Haryana 8622297903116104 136584 164636203855237163273094312753353714395885 9 Himachal Pradesh 2118923743 2624728873 3311539141 46216518855848964995 na 10 Jammu & Kashmir 2329225278276523072034290387184674055174 6261171704 72049 11 Jharkhand 5305653358585127438876234 87112108652 115975129402 150333172189 12 Karnataka 148729174911203819 243028278534300747368338406821465959546001625412 13 Kerala 104776120269135104153981180134206070233177277233308272351245 na 14 Madhya Pradesh 99940109612 127663142917175503202225232794270964321442389277455941 15 Maharashtra 3700234371035269106198846777817707949507711059392 11952091365149 1525857 16 Manipur 4603513855036049661473728020974611131 12559 na 17 Meghalaya 584664617701861910341 1112212852 15144167071946122529 18 Mizoram 240026642944 34114154 47175772623075569302 na 19 Nagaland 542161166728 74778784 971110850 12788144411632818469 20 Odisha 679877355087921111109 127516 135837164760183522210622227877260222 21 Punjab 8610895902113013 135706 154827176187202025227387251812280255307776 22 Rajasthan 112636125333 151428172250203939233767300907374090422982465504516462 23 Sikkim 15111733 187121392796546366368029943211137 na 24 Tamil Nadu 193645228846 276711313812 359391430013527912602851671728771762884195 25 Telangana 7991696295112474 135216 169132180624234919266471305876346018380066 26 Tripura 81709040998110808 12509141621657318518 2114125965 na 27 Uttar Pradesh 231029258643296767335810392771463583532218608926690775760542861054 28 Uttarakhand 2228826968326704027948616 6113872970 85602 94112106890 120766 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A22 Table 1.10A: Net State Domestic Product at Current Prices (2004-05 Series)As on 31.07.2015 (R Crore) Sl. No. State\UT 2004-052005-062006-072007-082008-092009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-142014-15 (1) (2) (3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10) (11)(12) (13) 29 West Bengal 190029209726238629273557310530362517421231480376547701641695728974 30 Andaman & Nicobar Islands 1633184822962715316837423939450050315672 na 31 Chandigarh 7610917911074 12327 137451573917883202592199825489 na 32 Delhi 94717109127 128276149519178822205376241234273505320148373441431948 33 Puducherry 5033713574298179890811085 1178613034 148001907623818 All-India NDP(2004-05 base) 2651573302678235345474097390473836954491046488641 75117958372744 9299345 na Source: For Sl. No. 1-33 -- Directorate of Economics & Statistics of respective State Governments, and for All-India -- Central Statistics Office Notes: 1. Estimates for the years 2004-05 to 2012-13 have been discussed by CS\ O with the State DES. 2. # Estimates relate to bifurcated Andhra Pradesh; estimates for Telengana are given at serial no. 25 3. State Estimates have not yet been compiled on 2011-12 base. 4. Total may not tally due to rounding off. 5. Statewise estimates are being released with base year 2004-05 and he\ nce estimates for all India with base year 2011-12 are not being mentioned in this statement. 6. Estimates at all India level for 2014-15 are available at base year \ 2011-12. 7. na: Not released as on 31st July, 2015. (Contd......) Economic Survey 2015-16 A23 Table 1.10B: Growth of Net State Domestic Product at Current Prices (2004-05 Series) (percentage change over previous year) As on 31.07.2015( per cent) Sl. No. State\UT 2005-062006-072007-082008-092009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-14 2014-15 (1) (2) (3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10) (11)(12) 1 Andhra Pradesh# 9.617.7 21.812.714.917.3 11.112.6 13.5 12.1 2 Arunachal Pradesh 7.99.517.1 18.031.622.219.8 9.514.5 15.2 3 Assam 11.18.89.314.7 19.318.0 11.1 8.515.0 14.5 4 Bihar 5.723.2 12.626.114.225.419.820.917.2 17.2 5 Chhattisgarh 10.326.020.519.4 1.722.2 19.813.410.9 12.1 6 Goa 13.515.318.429.913.916.529.5 -2.714.9 na 7 Gujarat 19.816.617.0 11.718.0 22.512.4 9.616.3 na 8 Haryana 13.518.617.620.523.816.315.214.513.1 11.9 9 Himachal Pradesh 12.110.510.014.718.218.112.312.7 11.1 na 10 Jammu & Kashmir 8.59.411.1 11.612.9 20.718.013.514.5 0.5 11 Jharkhand 0.69.727.1 2.514.3 24.7 6.711.6 16.2 14.5 12 Karnataka 17.616.519.214.6 8.022.5 10.414.517.2 14.5 13 Kerala 14.812.314.017.014.413.218.9 11.213.9 na 14 Madhya Pradesh 9.716.5 11.922.8 15.215.116.418.621.1 17.1 15 Maharashtra 18.120.517.6 9.313.7 23.3 11.412.8 14.2 11.8 16 Manipur 11.67.19.99.311.5 8.821.5 14.212.8 na 17 Meghalaya 10.519.2 11.920.0 7.615.6 17.810.316.5 15.8 18 Mizoram 11.010.5 15.921.813.622.4 7.921.3 23.1 na 19 Nagaland 12.810.0 11.117.5 10.6 11.717.9 12.913.1 13.1 20 Odisha 8.219.5 26.414.8 6.521.3 11.414.8 8.214.2 21 Punjab 11.417.8 20.114.113.814.712.610.7 11.3 9.8 22 Rajasthan 11.320.8 13.818.414.628.724.313.110.1 10.9 23 Sikkim 14.78.014.3 30.795.421.521.017.518.1 na 24 Tamil Nadu 18.220.913.414.519.722.814.2 11.414.9 14.6 25 Telangana 20.516.820.225.1 6.830.1 13.414.813.1 9.8 26 Tripura 10.610.4 8.315.7 13.217.0 11.714.2 22.8 na 27 Uttar Pradesh 12.014.713.217.018.014.814.413.410.1 13.2 28 Uttarakhand 21.021.123.320.725.819.417.3 9.913.6 13.0 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A24 Table 1.10B: Growth of Net State Domestic Product at Current Prices (2004-05 Series) (percentage change over previous year) As on 31.07.2015( per cent) Sl. No. State\UT 2005-062006-072007-082008-092009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-14 2014-15 (1) (2) (3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10) (11)(12) 29 West Bengal 10.413.814.613.516.716.214.014.017.2 13.6 30 Andaman & Nicobar Islands 13.224.218.216.718.1 5.314.2 11.812.7 na 31 Chandigarh 20.620.6 11.311.514.5 13.613.3 8.615.9 na 32 Delhi 15.217.516.619.614.817.513.417.116.6 15.7 33 Puducherry 41.84.110.1 8.924.4 6.310.6 13.528.9 24.9 All-India NDP(2004-05 base) 14.216.815.915.615.019.115.8 11.511.1 na Source: For Sl. No. 1-33 -- Directorate of Economics & Statistics of respective State Governments, and for All-India -- Central Statistics Office Notes: 1. Estimates for the years 2004-05 to 2012-13 have been discussed by CS\ O with the State DES. 2. # Estimates relate to bifurcated Andhra Pradesh; estimates for Telengana are given at serial no. 25 3. State Estimates have not yet been compiled on 2011-12 base. 4. Statewise estimates are being released with base year 2004-05 and he\ nce estimates for all India with base year 2011-12 are not being mentioned in this statement. 5. Estimates at all India level for 2014-15 are available at base year \ 2011-12. 6. na: Not released as on 31st July, 2015. (Contd......) Economic Survey 2015-16 A25 Table 1.11A: Per Capita Net State Domestic Product at Current Prices (2004-05 Series) As on 31.07.2015 (R) Sl. No. State\UT 2004-052005-062006-072007-082008-092009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-14 2014-15 (1) (2) (3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10) (11)(12) (13) 1 Andhra Pradesh# 25959282233296139780443765051558733647737230181397 90517 2 Arunachal Pradesh 26721281713013234466397265106860961713667637085468 96199 3 Assam 16782183961973721290240992838333087363203894544263 49480 4 Bihar 79148223996711051 13728 15457 1911122582 26948 31199 36143 5 Chhattisgarh 185592011724800 293853436034366 4116548366 5381558547 64442 6 Goa 769688472194882108708 135966149164168024 211570200514 224138 na 7 Gujarat 320213778043395500165506864097774858597993046106831 na 8 Haryana 37972423094926156917674058203793852106320 119833133427 147076 9 Himachal Pradesh 33348369494039343966499035840268297751858389992300 na 10 Jammu & Kashmir 21734232402505927448302123365040089467345238659279 58888 11 Jharkhand 18510183261978924789250462822334721365544023846131 52147 12 Karnataka 26882312393598142419480845136462251680537716889545101594 13 Kerala 3235136958413184686554560 6211469943 8275391567103820 na 14 Madhya Pradesh 15442166311902820935252782865132453371804342651798 59770 15 Maharashtra 3607741965498315776062234697658485893282103856 117091 129235 16 Manipur 18547202512122022820244132662128336336953765641573 na 17 Meghalaya 23079248852894031602369923881943766503165415661548 69516 18 Mizoram 24662266982876432488385824271550956536246341376120 na 19 Nagaland 30441337923656839985462075026355582637817027477529 85544 20 Odisha 17650188462223727735314163302939537434634922752559 59229 21 Punjab 33103361994188349380553156180569582768958451292350 99578 22 Rajasthan 18565202752405526882312793525444644546376084465974 72156 23 Sikkim 266903025232199364484698390749108972 130127151395176491 na 24 Tamil Nadu 300623524342288476065413764338784738905098628112664 128366 25 Telangana 24409289873338139652 4911451955 66951751248516995361103889 26 Tripura 243942666829081 3111135587 3981546050508595740269705 na 27 Uttar Pradesh 12950142211601317785204222367126698300213348236250 40373 28 Uttarakhand 2472629441 3511142619 5065762757738198537292566103716 115632 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A26 Table 1.11A: Per Capita Net State Domestic Product at Current Prices (2004-05 Series) As on 31.07.2015 (R) Sl. No. State\UT 2004-052005-062006-072007-082008-092009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-14 2014-15 (1) (2) (3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10) (11)(12) (13) 29 West Bengal 22649247202782331567354874103947245533836031870059 78903 30 Andaman & Nicobar Islands 409214475453778614306917778936805588964297687107418 na 31 Chandigarh 741738499397568102980 108486 117371126651 136883141926156951 na 32 Delhi 63877722088327595241111756 125936 145129161446185421212219 240849 33 Puducherry 483026720568673742017930696860101072 103149 114256143677 175006 All-India Per Capita NNI(2004-05 base) 24143271313120635825407754624954021618556783974380 na Source: For Sl. No. 1-33 -- Directorate of Economics & Statistics of respective State Governments, and for All-India -- Central Statistics Office Notes: 1. Estimates for the years 2004-05 to 2012-13 have been discussed by CS\ O with the State DES. 2. Population as per the figures released by RGI for census 2011 have been used by the state of Arunachal Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Kerala, Manipur, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Odisha, Delhi and Puducherry. 3. Total may not tally due to rounding off. 4. Statewise estimates are bieng released with base year 2004-05 and h\ ence estimates of all India with base year 2011-12 are not being mentioned in this statement. 5. Estimates at all India level for 2014-15 are available only at base\ year 2011-12. 6. na: Not released as on 31st July, 2015. 7. # Estimates relate to bifurcated Andhra Pradesh; estimates for Telengana are given at serial no. 25 (Contd......) Economic Survey 2015-16 A27 Table 1.11B: Growth of Per Capita Net State Domestic Product at Current Prices (2004-05 Series) (percentage change over previous year)As on 31.07.2015 (per cent) Sl. No. State\UT 2005-062006-072007-082008-092009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-142014-15 (1) (2) (4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10) (11)(12) (13) 1 Andhra Pradesh# 8.716.8 20.7 11.613.8 16.310.3 11.612.6 11.2 2 Arunachal Pradesh 5.47.014.4 15.328.619.417.1 7.011.9 12.6 3 Assam 9.67.37.913.2 17.816.6 9.87.213.7 11.8 4 Bihar 3.921.2 10.924.212.623.618.219.315.815.8 5 Chhattisgarh 8.423.3 18.516.9 0.019.8 17.5 11.3 8.810.1 6 Goa 10.112.014.625.1 9.712.6 25.9 -5.211.8 na 7 Gujarat 18.014.915.310.116.420.9 11.0 8.214.8 na 8 Haryana 11.416.4 15.518.421.714.413.312.7 11.310.2 9 Himachal Pradesh 10.89.38.813.5 17.016.910.1 11.610.0 na 10 Jammu & Kashmir 6.97.89.510.1 11.419.1 16.612.113.2 -0.7 11 Jharkhand -1.08.025.3 1.012.7 23.0 5.310.1 14.613.0 12 Karnataka 16.215.217.913.4 6.821.2 9.313.4 16.013.5 13 Kerala 14.211.813.4 16.413.812.618.310.713.4 na 14 Madhya Pradesh 7.714.4 10.020.713.313.314.616.819.315.4 15 Maharashtra 16.318.715.9 7.712.1 21.6 9.911.3 12.7 10.4 16 Manipur 9.24.87.57.09.06.418.9 11.810.4 na 17 Meghalaya 7.816.3 9.217.1 4.912.7 15.0 7.613.6 12.9 18 Mizoram 8.37.712.9 18.810.719.3 5.218.3 20.0 na 19 Nagaland 11.08.29.315.6 8.810.6 14.810.210.310.3 20 Odisha 6.818.0 24.713.3 5.119.7 9.913.3 6.812.7 21 Punjab 9.415.7 17.912.0 11.712.6 10.5 9.99.37.8 22 Rajasthan 9.218.6 11.816.4 12.726.622.4 11.4 8.49.4 23 Sikkim 13.36.413.2 28.993.220.119.416.316.6 na 24 Tamil Nadu 17.220.012.613.718.822.013.510.814.213.9 25 Telangana 18.815.218.823.9 5.828.9 12.213.412.0 8.9 26 Tripura 9.39.07.014.4 11.915.7 10.412.921.4 na 27 Uttar Pradesh 9.812.6 11.114.8 15.912.812.4 11.5 8.311.4 28 Uttarakhand 19.119.321.418.923.917.615.7 8.412.0 11.5 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A28 Table 1.11B: Growth of Per Capita Net State Domestic Product at Current Prices (2004-05 Series) (percentage change over previous year)As on 31.07.2015 (per cent) Sl. No. State\UT 2005-062006-072007-082008-092009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-142014-15 (1) (2) (4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10) (11)(12) (13) 29 West Bengal 9.112.6 13.512.415.615.113.013.016.112.6 30 Andaman & Nicobar Islands 9.420.2 14.212.614.1 2.111.3 9.010.0 na 31 Chandigarh 14.614.8 5.55.38.27.98.13.710.6 na 32 Delhi 13.015.314.417.312.715.2 11.214.9 14.513.5 33 Puducherry 39.12.28.06.922.1 4.32.110.8 25.821.8 All-India Per Capita NNI(2004-05 base) 12.415.014.813.813.416.814.5 9.79.6 na Source: For Sl. No. 1-33 -- Directorate of Economics & Statistics of respective State Governments, and for All-India -- Central Statistics Office Notes: 1. Population as per the figures released by RGI for Census 2011 have been used by the States of Arunachal Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Kerala, Manipur, Meghalaya , nagaland, Odisha , Delhi and Puducherry 2. # Estimates relate to bifurcated Andhra Pradesh; estimates for Telangana are given at serial no. 25 3. “Estimates for the years 2004-05 to 2012-13 have been discussed \ by CSO with the State DES” 4. State-wise estimates are being released with base year 2004-05 and \ hence estimates for All-India with base year 2011-12 are not being mentioned in this statement 5. Estimates at all India level for 2014-15 are available only at base\ year 2011-12. 6. na: Not available (Contd......) Economic Survey 2015-16 A29 Table 1.12: Index Numbers of Agricultural Production(Base : Triennium ending 2007-08= 100) Weight 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-14 2014-15* 1 23456789 10 A. Foodgrains 50.7105.4 106.5100.6 114.3119.5119.4123.3 116.4 (a) Cereals 41.7105.5 107.4100.2 111.1119.1 117.3120.7 115.2 Rice 16.9102.9 105.6 94.8102.2 112.1112.0113.5 111.6 Wheat 18.0105.4 108.2108.3 116.5127.2 125.4128.5 119.3 (b) Coarse Cereals a6.9 112.1 110.0 92.3118.9 114.8109.2 118.0 113.6 Maize 2.9116.6 121.4 102.9133.7133.9136.9149.3 145.6 (c) Pulses b8.9 105.1 102.0102.3129.3121.3129.2135.6 122.1 Gram 3.597.5 119.8 126.8 139.5130.7149.9161.6 121.6 Tur 1.7113.5 83.691.0105.6 98.0111.6 117.2 102.6 B. Non-foodgrains 49.3108.6 107.5104.9128.0131.2129.1136.1 131.5 (a) Oilseeds Total c13.2 108.6 100.8 88.9116.8 106.5 107.4 119.0 95.9 Groundnut 4.1125.0 97.673.9112.5 94.863.9132.2 89.3 Rapeseed and Mustard 3.681.8100.9 92.6114.6 92.6112.5 110.4 88.4 (b) Fibres Cotton 4.4115.9 99.7107.5 147.7157.6153.2160.7 158.8 Jute 0.7100.5 94.7110.4 98.4105.6 101.7109.0 107.5 Mesta 0.0105.5 77.962.565.170.662.864.6 54.9 (c) Plantation Crops Te a 0.395.9 98.8100.7 98.299.299.2124.4 124.4 Coffee 0.695.4 95.5105.4 110.0114.3115.8110.9 115.8 Rubber 1.999.8104.5 100.5104.2109.3 110.5 93.6 93.6 (d) Others Sugarcane 9.9106.1 86.889.0104.3 110.0103.9 107.3 109.5 Tobacco 0.493.0 115.1 141.6 170.6160.0139.8156.4 156.4 Potato 3.6114.6 138.4 147.2170.4166.9182.5167.2 180.6 C. All Commodities 100.0107.0107.0102.7121.0125.2124.2129.6 123.9 Source : Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers Welfare. Notes: * 4 th Advance Estimates a : Includes maize, jowar, ragi, bajra, small millets and barley b : Includes tur, urad, moong, gram, lentils and other pulses c : Includes groundnut, rapeseed & mustard, sesamum, linseed, castorseed, nigerseed, safflower , sunflower and soyabean. Economic Survey 2015-16 A30 Table 1.13: Index Numbers of Area Under Principal Crops(Base : Triennium ending 2007-08= 100) 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-142014-15* 1 23456789 A. Foodgrains 101.2100.9100.0104.4104.0102.0105.6103.9 (a) Cereals 100.9101.6 99.5101.8 103.3101.7104.0104.2 Rice 100.3104.0 95.797.9100.5 97.6100.8 100.1 Wheat 101.9100.9103.5105.7108.6109.1 110.8112.6 (b) Coarse Cereals a99.9 97.998.5101.2 96.492.194.492.3 Maize 103.2103.9105.0108.7 111.6110.2 115.3117.7 (c) Pulses b102.3 97.3102.2 116.4107.5 103.8 112.8102.2 Gram 103.0107.8 111.6125.5 113.4116.4135.6111.9 Tur 102.893.295.7120.5 110.6107.5 107.8102.3 B. Non-foodgrains 103.2106.1104.3 114.0116.5116.2119.4120.4 (a) Oilseeds Total c98.5 101.8 94.8101.0 97.597.5104.1 94.5 Groundnut 101.299.288.194.284.776.088.675.4 Rapeseed and Mustard 87.995.084.3104.1 88.996.0100.2 87.3 (b) Fibres Cotton 103.7103.6 111.6123.8 134.1131.9131.7144.1 Jute 103.299.6102.8 98.1102.5 98.495.895.0 Mesta 102.981.166.369.467.360.457.441.7 (c) Plantation Crops Te a 98.298.298.298.298.298.298.298.2 Coffee 113.2115.0116.5118.0119.5121.1 122.2121.1 Rubber 103.1107.5 111.4115.5 119.3123.0 126.3126.3 (d) Others Sugarcane 105.391.986.9101.7 104.9104.1104.0107.1 Tobacco 95.9107.6 122.0135.3128.3 117.3125.5125.5 Potato 105.0123.6124.0125.9128.9134.6133.3139.2 C. All Commodities 102.2103.5102.1109.1 110.2109.0 112.4112.0 Source : Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers Welfare. Notes: * 4 th Advance Estimates a : Includes maize, jowar, ragi, bajra, small millets and barley b : Includes tur, urad, moong, gram, lentils and other pulses c : Includes groundnut, rapeseed & mustard, sesamum, linseed, castorseed, nigerseed, safflower , sunflower and soyabean. Economic Survey 2015-16 A31 Table 1.14: Index Numbers of Yield of Principal Crops(Base : Triennium ending 2007-08= 100) 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-112011-122012-132013-142014-15* 1 2345678 9 A. Foodgrains 104.2105.5100.6109.5 114.8117.0116.8 112.1 (a) Cereals 104.5105.7100.7109.1 115.3115.4116.0 110.5 Rice 102.6101.5 99.1104.4 111.5114.7112.6 111.4 Wheat 103.4107.2104.7 110.2117.2114.9116.0 105.9 (b) Coarse Cereals a112.3 112.4 93.8117.5 119.1118.6125.0 123.9 Maize 113.0116.8 97.9122.9 119.9124.2129.5 123.8 (c) Pulses b102.7 104.9100.1 111.1112.8124.5120.2 119.5 Gram 94.7111.1 113.7 111.2115.3128.7119.2 108.7 Tur 110.489.795.187.688.6103.8 108.7 100.2 B. Non-foodgrains 105.2101.4100.6 112.2112.6 111.1114.0 109.2 (a) Oilseeds Total c110.3 99.093.8115.7 109.3 110.1114.3 101.5 Groundnut 123.598.483.8119.4 111.9 84.1149.3 118.4 Rapeseed and Mustard 93.1106.3 109.9 110.2104.1 117.3110.2 101.2 (b) Fibres Cotton 111.796.296.4119.4 117.5116.1122.0 110.2 Jute 97.495.1107.4 100.4103.0103.3113.7 113.2 Mesta 102.596.094.393.8104.9 104.0112.6 131.7 (c) Plantation Crops Te a 97.7100.6 102.5100.0101.1101.1126.7 126.7 Coffee 84.383.190.593.295.795.790.7 95.7 Rubber 96.897.390.290.291.689.974.1 74.1 (d) Others Sugarcane 100.894.4102.4 102.5104.8 99.8103.2 102.2 Tobacco 97.0107.0 116.1126.1 124.6 119.2124.6 124.6 Potato 109.1112.0118.7135.3 129.5135.5125.4 129.7 C. All Commodities 104.7103.4100.6 110.9113.6113.9115.4 110.6 Source : Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers Welfare. Notes: * 4 th Advance Estimates a : Includes maize, jowar, ragi, bajra, small millets and barley b : Includes tur, urad, moong, gram, lentils and other pulses c : Includes groundnut, rapeseed & mustard, sesamum, linseed, castorseed, nigerseed, safflower , sunflower and soyabean. Economic Survey 2015-16 A32 Table 1.15: Production of Major Crops (Million Tonnes) Group/Commodity 1970-711980-811990-912000-012009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-142014-15* 1 2345678910 11 Foodgrains a108.4 129.6176.4196.8218.1244.5259.3257.1265.0 252.7 Kharif 68.977.799.4102.1 104.0120.9131.3128.1128.7 126.3 Rabi 39.551.977.094.7114.1 123.6 128.0129.1136.4 126.4 Cereals b96.6 119.0 162.1 185.7203.4226.3240.8238.8245.8 235.5 Kharif 65.073.994.097.699.7113.8 125.2 122.2122.7 120.7 Rabi 31.645.168.188.1103.7 112.5115.6116.6123.1 114.8 Coarse Cereals c30.5 29.032.731.133.643.442.040.043.3 41.7 Kharif 25.523.827.724.923.833.132.429.831.2 29.8 Rabi 5.15.25.06.29.710.3 9.610.3 12.1 11.9 Pulses d11.8 10.6 14.3 11.014.7 18.217.118.319.3 17.2 Kharif 3.93.85.44.44.27.16.15.96.0 5.6 Rabi 7.96.88.96.610.5 11.111.012.4 13.3 11.6 Rice 42.253.674.385.089.196.0105.3 105.2106.6 104.8 Kharif 39.550.166.372.875.980.792.892.491.5 90.9 Rabi 2.73.58.012.2 13.215.312.512.915.1 13.9 Wheat 23.836.355.169.780.886.993.593.595.8 88.9 Jowar 8.110.4 11.7 7.56.77.06.05.35.5 5.0 Kharif 5.87.58.34.52.83.43.32.82.4 2.0 Rabi 2.32.93.43.03.93.62.72.43.1 3.0 Maize 7.57.09.012.0 16.721.721.822.324.3 23.7 Bajra 8.05.36.96.86.510.4 10.3 8.79.3 9.1 Gram 5.24.35.43.97.58.27.78.89.5 7.2 Tur 1.92.02.42.22.52.92.73.03.2 2.8 Oilseeds e9.6 9.418.6 18.424.932.529.830.932.7 26.7 Kharif 7.05.09.811.9 15.7 21.920.720.822.6 18.3 Rabi 2.64.48.86.59.210.6 9.110.2 10.1 8.3 Groundnut 6.15.07.56.45.48.37.04.79.7 6.6 Kharif na3.7 5.14.93.86.65.13.28.1 5.1 Rabi na1.3 2.41.51.61.61.81.51.7 1.5 Rapeseed and Mustard 2.02.35.24.26.68.26.68.07.9 6.3 Sugarcane 126.4154.2241.0296.0292.3342.4361.0341.2352.1 359.3 Cotton f4.8 7.09.89.524.0 33.035.234.235.9 35.5 Jute and Mesta g6.2 8.29.210.5 11.810.6 11.410.9 11.7 11.4 Jute 4.96.57.99.311.2 10.0 10.710.3 11.1 10.9 Mesta 1.31.71.31.20.60.60.70.60.6 0.5 Plantation Crops Tea 0.40.60.70.81.01.01.01.01.2 1.2 Coffee 0.10.10.20.30.30.30.30.30.3 0.3 Rubber 0.10.20.30.60.80.80.80.90.8 0.8 Potato 4.89.715.2 22.536.642.346.645.341.6 44.9 Source : Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers Welfare. * 4th Advance estimates a : Includes cereals and pulses b : Includes rice, wheat and coarse cereals c : Includes maize, jowar, ragi, bajra, small millets and barley d : Includes tur, urad, moong, gram, lentils and other pulses e : Includes groundnut, rapeseed & mustard, sesamum, linseed, castorseed, nigerseed, safflower , sunflower and soyabean f : In million bales (Bales = 170 Kgs). g : In million bales (Bales =180 Kgs). na : Not available Economic Survey 2015-16 A33 Table 1.16: Gross Area under Major Crops (Million Hectares) Group/Commodity 1970-711980-811990-912000-012009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-142014-15* 1 2345678910 11 Foodgrains a124.3 126.7127.8121.0121.3126.7124.8120.8125.0 122.1 Kharif 82.383.280.875.269.572.472.167.769.1 67.8 Rabi 42.043.547.045.851.854.352.753.156.0 54.3 Cereals b101.8 104.2103.2100.7 98.0100.3 100.3 97.599.8 99.0 Kharif 72.972.869.364.658.960.160.957.758.7 58.0 Rabi 28.931.433.936.139.140.239.439.841.1 41.0 Coarse Cereals c45.9 41.836.330.327.728.326.424.825.2 24.1 Kharif 36.934.329.623.921.322.120.818.819.3 18.4 Rabi 9.07.46.76.46.46.35.75.95.9 5.8 Pulses d22.6 22.524.720.323.326.424.523.325.2 23.1 Kharif 9.510.4 11.510.6 10.612.3 11.210.0 10.3 9.8 Rabi 13.112.113.2 9.712.7 14.113.313.314.9 13.3 Rice 37.640.142.744.741.942.944.042.844.1 43.9 Kharif 36.038.439.740.737.638.040.138.939.4 39.7 Rabi 1.61.73.04.04.34.83.93.84.7 4.2 Wheat 18.222.324.225.728.529.129.930.030.5 31.0 Jowar 17.415.814.4 9.97.77.47.46.25.8 5.3 Kharif 10.910.2 8.64.93.23.13.12.42.3 2.0 Rabi 6.55.65.85.04.54.34.33.83.5 3.3 Maize 5.86.05.96.68.38.68.88.79.1 9.3 Bajra 12.911.710.5 9.88.99.68.87.37.8 7.1 Gram 7.86.67.55.28.29.28.38.59.9 8.2 Tur 2.72.83.63.63.54.44.03.93.9 3.7 Oilseeds e16.6 17.624.122.826.027.226.326.528.1 25.7 Kharif 10.810.214.015.818.018.218.418.319.7 18.3 Rabi 5.87.410.1 7.08.09.07.98.28.4 7.4 Groundnut 7.36.88.36.65.55.95.34.75.5 4.7 Kharif na5.9 6.85.74.65.04.33.94.6 3.9 Rabi na0.9 1.50.90.90.90.90.80.9 0.7 Rapeseed and Mustard 3.34.15.84.55.66.95.96.46.6 5.8 Sugarcane 2.62.73.74.34.24.95.05.05.0 5.1 Cotton 7.67.87.48.610.1 11.212.2 12.012.0 13.1 Jute and Mesta 1.11.31.01.00.90.90.90.90.8 0.8 Jute 0.80.90.80.80.80.80.8 0.80.8 0.7 Mesta 0.30.40.20.20.10.10.10.10.1 0.1 Plantation crops Tea 0.40.40.40.50.60.60.60.60.6 0.6 Coffee (Plucked area) 0.10.20.30.30.40.40.40.40.4 0.4 Rubber (Tapped area) 0.20.30.50.60.70.70.70.70.8 0.8 Potato 0.50.70.91.21.81.91.91.92.0 2.1 Source : Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers Welfare. Notes: * 4 th Advance estimates a : Includes cereals and pulses b : Includes rice, wheat and coarse cereals c : Includes maize, jowar, ragi, bajra, small millets and barley d : Includes tur, urad, moong, gram, lentils and other pulses e : Includes groundnut, rapeseed & mustard, sesamum, linseed, castorseed, nigerseed, safflower , sunflower and soyabean na : Not available Economic Survey 2015-16 A34 Table 1.17: Yield Per Hectare of Major Crops (Kg. / hectare) Group/Commodity 1970-711980-811990-912000-012009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-14 2014-15* 1 2345678910 11 Foodgrains a872 1023 138016261798193020782128 2120 2070 Kharif 8379331231 13571496166918221892 1864 1864 Rabi 9421195 1635 20672203227824302431 2435 2327 Cereals b949 1142 1571 18442076225624152449 2462 2379 Kharif 8921015 13571512169318932057 2116 2089 2081 Rabi 10931434201024382649280029682932 2995 2802 Coarse Cereals c665 6959001027 1212153115901617 1717 1729 Kharif 6906939375298 11181500 15631583 1619 1625 Rabi 5637027419731526 164116891725 2034 2059 Pulses d524 473578544630691699789 764 744 Kharif 410361471417397578541594 580 576 Rabi 607571672604823790831934 891 867 Rice 11231336 174019012125223923932462 2416 2390 Kharif 11001303 167017882019212123122374 2319 2292 Rabi 16252071267130423055317332283353 3232 3315 Wheat 1307163022812708283929893178 3117 3145 2872 Jowar 466660814764860949957850 957 953 Kharif 5337379699388531119 1257 1171 1050 1026 Rabi 354520582594865827746644 896 910 Maize 127911591518 18222024254024782566 2676 2557 Bajra 6224586586887311079 11711198 1184 1272 Gram 6636577127449158959281036 960 875 Tur 709689673618 711655 662776 813 750 Oilseeds e579 5327718109581193 11331168 1168 1037 Kharif 6494926987578751203 11231135 1151 999 Rabi 4495888729291146 117411551244 1207 1130 Groundnut 8347369049779911411 1323 9951764 1400 Kharif na629 7518618351335 1188 8111735 1290 Rabi na1444 16111756 1830184619381910 1926 1977 Rapeseed and Mustard 5945609049351183 118511211262 1185 1089 Sugarcane (tonnes/hect.) 4858656970707268 71 70 Cotton 106152225190403499491486 510 461 Jute and mesta 103211301634 18672349219222682281 2512 2550 Jute 11861245 18332026249223292389 2396 2639 2627 Mesta 6848289881078 112111151248 1237 1338 1567 Plantation Crops Tea 11821491 179416731756171219672037 2170 2170 Coffee 814624759959725746766766 727 766 Rubber 6537881076 1576 121112111230 1206 994 994 Potato 1013161820232223 21 22 Source : Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers Welfare. * 4th Advance estimates a : Includes cereals and pulses b : Includes rice, wheat and coarse cereals c : Includes maize, jowar, ragi, bajra, small millets and barley d : Includes tur, urad, moong, gram, lentils and other pulses e : Includes groundnut, rapeseed & mustard, sesamum, linseed, castorseed, nigerseed, safflower , sunflower and soyabean na : Not available Economic Survey 2015-16 A35 Table 1.18: Production of Important Crops in Three Largest Producing States in 2014-15* (Production in Million Tonnes) Crops/Groups of Crops States ProductionPer cent Share of Production to All India Cumulative per cent Share of Production 1 2 345 I. Foodgrains Rice West Bengal Uttar Pradesh Andhra Pradesh 14.7 12.2 11.6 14.0 11.7 11.0 14.0 25.7 36.7 Wheat Uttar Pradesh Punjab Madhya Pradesh 25.2 15.8 14.228.4 17.7 15.928.4 46.1 62.0 Maize Andhra Pradesh Karnataka Maharashtra 4.2 3.9 2.217.9 16.5 9.3 17.9 34.4 43.7 Total Coarse Cereals Rajasthan Karnataka Andhra Pradesh 7.6 6.7 4.718.1 16.0 11.3 18.1 34.1 45.4 Gram Madhya Pradesh Rajasthan Maharashtra 3.0 0.9 0.841.3 12.7 11.6 41.3 54.0 65.6 Tur Maharashtra Madhya Pradesh Karnataka 0.7 0.5 0.523.9 18.4 17.2 23.9 42.3 59.5 Total Pulses Madhya Pradesh Rajasthan Maharashtra 4.7 2.0 1.727.4 11.3 10.1 27.4 38.7 48.8 Total Foodgrains Uttar Pradesh Punjab Madhya Pradesh 42.5 27.5 25.516.8 10.9 10.116.8 27.7 37.8 II. Oilseeds Groundnut Gujarat Rajasthan Tamil Nadu 2.2 1.0 0.933.9 15.5 13.8 33.9 49.4 63.2 Rapeseed & Mustard Rajasthan Madhya Pradesh Haryana 2.9 0.7 0.745.9 11.4 11.1 45.9 57.3 68.4 Soyabean Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Rajasthan 6.4 2.5 1.060.3 23.7 9.1 60.3 84.0 93.1 Sunflower Karnataka Andhra Pradesh Odisha 0.2 0.1 0.051.1 14.9 6.2 51.1 66.0 72.2 Total Oilseeds Madhya Pradesh Rajasthan Gujarat 7.7 5.3 4.029.0 19.9 14.9 29.0 48.9 63.8 III. Other Cash Crops Sugarcane Uttar Pradesh Maharashtra Karnataka 138.5 81.9 41.9 38.5 22.8 11.7 38.5 61.3 73.0 Cotton aGujarat Maharashtra Andhra Pradesh 11.1 7.0 6.6 31.3 19.8 18.7 31.3 51.0 69.8 Jute & Mesta bWest Bengal Bihar Assam 8.9 1.5 0.877.9 13.1 6.9 77.9 91.0 97.9 Source : Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Department of Agriculture, Cooperation & Farmers Welfare Notes: * 4 th Advance Estimates a : Production in million bales of 170 kgs. b : Production in million bales of 180 kgs. Economic Survey 2015-16 A36 Table 1.19: Per Capita Net Availability of Cereals and Pulses YearCerealsPulses Net availability (milliontonnes) Per capita net availability per day (grams) Population (million) Net production (milliontonnes) Net imports (million tonnes) Change in Government stocks (million tonnes) Net availability (Col. 3+4-5) (milliontonnes) Cereals PulsesTotal 1 234 5 678910 1951 363.240.1(+)4.1 (+)0.6 43.68.0334.2 60.7394.9 1961 442.460.9(+)3.5 (-)0.2 64.611.1399.7 69.0468.7 1971 551.384.5(+)2.0 (+)2.6 84.010.3417.6 51.2468.8 1981 688.5104.1(+)0.5 (-)0.2 104.89.4417.3 37.5454.8 1991 851.7141.9(-)0.6 (-)4.4 145.712.9468.5 41.6510.1 2001 1033.2162.5(-)4.5 (+)12.3 145.611.3386.2 30.0416.2 2002 1050.6174.5(-)8.5 (-)9.9 175.913.6458.7 35.4494.1 2003 1068.2143.2(-)7.1 (-)23.2 159.311.3408.5 29.1437.6 2004 1085.6173.5(-)7.7 (-)3.3 169.114.2426.9 35.8462.7 2005 1102.8162.1(-)7.2 (-)2.4 157.312.7390.9 31.5422.4 2006 1119.8170.8(-)3.8 (-)1.8 168.813.3412.8 32.5445.3 2007 1136.6177.7(-)7.0 (+)1.7 169.014.7407.4 35.5442.8 2008 1153.1197.3(-)14.4 (+)17.0 165.917.6394.2 41.8436.0 2009 1169.4192.4(-)7.2 (+)11.5 173.715.8407.0 37.0444.0 2010 1185.8178.0(-)4.7 (-)0.5 173.815.3401.7 35.4437.1 2011 1201.9198.0(-)9.6 (+)8.3 180.118.9410.6 43.0453.6 2012 1213.4211.9(-)19.8 (+)11.2 181.018.4408.6 41.7450.3 2013 1228.8208.9(-)71.9 (-) 23.6 160.619.4358.1 43.3401.4 2014(P) 1244.0215.1(-)19.4 (-) 6.0 201.621.4444.1 47.2491.2 Source : Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Department of Agriculture, Cooperation & Farmers Welfare. Notes: P : Provisional 1. Population figure relates to mid year. 2. The net availability of foodgrains is estimated to be gross production [-] seed,feed and wastage, [-] exports[+]imports,[+/-] change in stocks. 3. The net availability of foodgrains divided by the population estimates for a particular year indicates per capita availability of foodgrains in terms of kg/year. 4. Figures in respect of per capita net availability given above are not strictly representative of actual level of consumption in the country especially as they do not take into account any change in stocks in poss\ ession of traders, producers and consumers. 5. For calculation of per capita net availability, the figure of net imports from 1981 to 1994 are based on imports and exports on Government of India account only. Net imports from 1995 are, however, based on the total exports and imports (both Government as well as Pr\ ivate accounts). Economic Survey 2015-16 A37 Table 1.20: Net Availability, Procurement and Public Distribution of Foodgrains (Million tonnes) Year Net production of foodgrains Net imports Net availability of foodgrains a Procurement Public distributionbCol. 3 as per cent of Col. 4 Col. 5 as per cent of Col. 2 Col. 6 as per cent of Col. 4 1 234 567 89 1951 48.14.852.4 3.88.09.2 7.915.3 1961 72.03.575.7 0.54.04.6 0.75.3 1971 94.92.094.3 8.97.82.1 9.38.3 1981 113.40.7114.3 13.013.00.611.4 11.4 1991 154.3(-)0.1158.6 19.620.8…12.7 13.1 2001 172.2(-)2.9156.9 42.613.2(-)1.8 24.7 8.4 2002 186.2(-)6.7189.5 40.318.2(-)3.5 21.7 9.6 2003 152.9(-)5.5170.6 34.523.2(-)2.8 22.613.2 2004 186.5(-)6.5183.3 41.128.3(-) 3.5 22.015.5 2005 173.6(-)6.0170.0 41.531.0(-) 3.5 23.918.2 2006 182.5(-)2.3181.9 37.031.8(-) 1.3 20.317.5 2007 190.1(-)4.7183.7 35.832.8(-) 2.6 18.817.8 2008 210.2(-) 9.7 183.5 54.234.7(-) 5.3 25.818.9 2009 205.2(-) 4.1 189.5 60.541.3(-) 2.2 29.521.8 2010 190.8(-) 2.2 189.2 56.143.7(-) 1.2 29.423.1 2011 213.9(-) 2.9 203.1 64.547.9(-) 1.4 30.123.6 2012 226.9nana73.4 44.9nanana 2013 224.9nana58.9 44.5nanana 2014 232.4nana59.8 43.5nanana 2015 nanana60.7 nana nana 2016 nanana47.1* nana nana Sources : 1. Department of Food and Public Distribution. 2. Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Department of Agriculture, Cooperation & Farmers Welfare. Notes : na: Not available ... Negligible P: Provisional * as on 01.01.\ 2016 a : Net availability = Net production + Net Imports - changes in Government \ stocks. b : Includes quantities released under the Food for Work Programme during the year 1978 to 1990. 1. Figures for procurement and public distribution relate to calender years. 2. For calculation of per capita net availability, the figure of net imports from 1981 to 1994 are based on imports and exports on Government of India account only. Net imports from 1995 are, however, based on the total exports and imports (both Government as well as Private accounts). 3. Net Imports are total Imports minus Exports of the Country. Economic Survey 2015-16 A38 Table 1.21: Per Capita Availability of Certain Important Articles of Consumption Clothd YearEdible oil a (Kg.) Vanaspati b (Kg.) Sugar c (Nov.-Oct.) (Kg.) Cotton e (metres) Man-made (metres) Total (metres) Tea (Gram.) Coffee f (Gram.)Electricity Domestic (KWH) 1 2345678910 1960-61 3.20.84.813.8 1.215.0296.0 80.03.4 1970-71 3.51.07.413.6 2.015.6401.0 65.07.0 1980-81 3.81.27.312.9 4.417.3 511.0 79.013.5 1990-91 5.51.012.7 15.1 9.024.1612.0 59.038.2 2000-01 8.21.315.8 14.216.530.7631.0 58.075.2 2001-02 8.81.416.0 14.817.232.0650.0 67.076.8 2002-03 7.21.416.3 14.417.031.4623.0 67.079.0 2003-04 9.91.216.1 13.417.631.0662.0 70.083.6 2004-05 10.21.115.5 14.119.433.5663.0 72.087.8 2005-06 10.61.116.3 16.419.736.1687.0 75.090.4 2006-07 11.11.216.8 18.021.639.6687.0 77.098.8 2007-08 11.41.317.8 19.022.841.9701.0 80.0106.0 2008-09 12.71.218.8 17.921.139.0704.0 82.0112.7 2009-10 13.11.118.6 19.723.443.1709.0 86.0121.2 2010-11 13.01.017.0 21.422.644.0715.0 90.0130.9 2011-12 13.81.018.7 19.820.740.5728.0 95.0142.4 2012-13 15.80.718.7 19.918.638.5779.0 97.0150.9 2013-14 16.80.819.5 19.916.436.2744.0 100.0162.0 2014-15 (P) 18.30.820.3 23.617.040.6752.0 100.0 na Sources : 1. Directorate of Sugar & Vegetable Oil, Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution. 2. Tea Board. 3. Coffee Board. 4. Ministry of Textiles. 5. Central Electricity Authority, Ministry of Power. Notes: na : Not available P : Provisional a : Includes groundnut oil, rapeseed and mustard oil, sesamum oil, nigerseed oil, soyabean oil and sunflower oil but excludes oil for manufacture of vanaspati. b : Relates to calendar year. c : Relates to actual releases for domestic consumption, sugar season/year commencing from November to October of following year as opposed to financial year. d : The data of cloth; prior to 1980-81 is calender year wise; in meters upto 1984-85; in square meter from1985-86 onwards. e : Figures for blended/mixed fabrics were not separately available prior to 1969. These have been included under man-made fibre fabrics after 1969. f : Figures up to 1971-72 relate to coffee season and are thereafter on calendar year basis. Economic Survey 2015-16 A39 Table 1.22: Production, Imports and Consumption of Fertilizers (Thousand tonnes of nutrients) 1970-71 1980-811990-912000-012007-082008-09 2009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-142014-15 2015-16 (Apr-Dec 2015) 1 2345678910 1112 13 14 A. Nitrogenous fertilizers Production 8302164 699311004 10900 10870 1190012157 12259121941237812394 10055 Imports 4771510 4141543677 3844344744935240480139204766 4243 Consumption 14873678799710920 1441915090155801655817300168211675016946 na B. Phosphatic fertilizers Production 2298422052 374838073464432142234104354137143875 3176 Imports 32452 1311 3961391 2927275638024427279715881832 2663 Consumption 4621214 3221421555156506727480507914665356336098 na C. Potassic fertilizers Imports 1207971328 154126533380294540693335155919262537 1733 Consumption 2286241328 156726363313363235142576206220992532 na D. All fertilizers (NPK) Production 10593006904514752 1470714334162211638016363157351609216269 13231 Imports 6292759 27582090772110151 914812364 13002 915774349135 8640 Consumption 2177551612546 197022257024909264862812227790255362448225576 na Source : Department of Fertilizers, Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers. Note: na : Not available Economic Survey 2015-16 A40 Table 1.23: Production of Major Livestock Products and Fish YearMilk (Million tonnes) Eggs (Million Nos.) Fish (Thousand tonnes) 1 23 4 1950-51 17.01832 752 1960-61 20.02881 1160 1970-71 22.06172 1756 1980-81 31.610060 2442 1990-91 53.921101 3836 2000-01 80.636632 5656 2006-07 102.650653 6869 2007-08 107.953583 7127 2008-09 112.255562 7620 2009-10 116.460267 7914 2010-11 121.863024 8400 2011-12 127.966450 8700 2012-13 132.469730 9040 2013-14 137.774752 9572 2014-15 146.378484 10164 Source : Department of Animal Husbandry , Dairying & Fisheries. Economic Survey 2015-16 A41 Table 1.24: Production of Coal and Lignite (Million tonnes) Coal LigniteTotal coal and lignite (5+6) Year CokingNon-cokingTotal Metallurgical Non-Metallurgical 1 2345 67 1950-51 nanana32.3 nana 1960-61 17.0na38.2 nanana 1970-71 17.8na55.1 na3.4 na 1980-81 24.68.081.3 113.9 5.1119.0 1981-82 26.99.288.1124.2 6.3130.5 1982-83 30.17.592.9130.5 6.9137.4 1983-84 30.16.2101.9 138.2 7.3145.5 1984-85 30.66.0110.8 147.4 7.8155.2 1985-86 29.16.6118.6 154.2 8.1162.3 1986-87 27.911.6126.2 165.8 9.4175.2 1987-88 26.314.7138.7 179.7 11.2190.9 1988-89 25.217.6151.9 194.6 12.4207.0 1989-90 24.519.9156.5 200.9 12.8213.7 1990-91 24.121.2166.4 211.7 13.8225.5 1991-92 26.320.0183.0 229.3 14.6243.8 1992-93 25.719.6192.9 238.3 16.6254.9 1993-94 26.019.1201.0 246.0 18.1264.1 1994-95 24.519.7209.6 253.8 19.3273.1 1995-96 23.516.6230.0 270.1 22.1292.3 1996-97 22.617.9245.1 285.7 22.5308.2 1997-98 24.219.3252.4 295.9 23.1319.0 1998-99 23.815.4253.1 292.3 23.4315.7 1999-2000 21.212.0266.7 300.0 22.1322.1 2000-01 19.311.8278.6 309.6 23.0332.6 2001-02 a18.0 10.7299.1 327.8 24.8352.6 2002-03 a18.4 11.8311.1 341.3 26.0367.3 2003-04 18.311.1331.9 361.3 28.0389.3 2004-05 18.212.0352.4 382.6 30.3413.0 2005-06 17.014.5375.5 407.0 30.1437.1 2006-07 17.214.9398.7 430.8 31.3462.1 2007-08 18.116.4422.6 457.1 34.0491.0 2008-09 17.317.5458.0 492.8 32.4525.2 2009-10 17.726.7487.6 532.0 34.1566.1 2010-11 17.731.9483.2 532.7 37.7570.4 2011-12 16.235.4488.3 540.0 42.3582.3 2012-13 14.637.0504.8 556.4 46.5602.9 2013-14 15.141.7509.0 565.8 44.3610.0 2014-15 (P) 13.843.7555.0 612.4 48.3661.0 2015-16* ---447.5 15.6463.0 Source : Ministry of Coal Notes: na: Not available a : Including Meghalaya Coal. \ \ * Upto December 2015 P : Provisional Economic Survey 2015-16 A42 Table 1.25 : Progress of Electricity Supply (Utilities and Non-utilities) A : Installed Plant Capacity(Thousand MW) Year UtilitiesNon-UtilitiesTotal [5+6] Hydro Thermal +RES NuclearTotal 1 23456 7 1950-51 a0.6 1.10.01.70.6 2.3 1960-61 1.9 2.7 0.0 4.6 1.0 5.6 1970-71 6.4 7.9 0.4 14.7 1 . 6 16.3 1980-81 11.8 17.6 0 . 9 30.3 3 . 1 33.4 1981-82 12.2 19.3 0 . 9 32.4 3 . 4 35.8 1982-83 13.1 21.4 0 . 9 35.4 3 . 9 39.3 1983-84 13.9 24.4 1 . 1 39.4 4 . 4 43.8 1984-85 14.5 27.0 1 . 1 42.6 5 . 1 47.7 1985-86 15.5 30.0 1 . 3 46.8 5 . 5 52.3 1986-87 16.2 31.8 1 . 3 49.3 5 . 7 55.0 1987-88 17.3 35.6 1 . 3 54.2 6 . 3 60.5 1988-89 17.8 39.7 1 . 5 59.0 7 . 5 66.5 1989-90 18.3 43.8 1 . 5 63.6 8 . 2 71.8 1990-91 18.8 45.8 1 . 5 66.1 8 . 6 74.7 1991-92 19.2 48.1 1 . 8 69.1 9 . 3 78.4 1992-93 19.6 50.7 2 . 0 72.3 10.1 82.4 1993-94 20.4 54.4 2 . 0 76.8 10.7 87.5 1994-95 20.8 58.1 2 . 2 81.1 11.2 92.3 1995-96 21.0 60.1 2 . 2 83.3 11.8 95.1 1996-97 21.7 61.9 2 . 2 85.8 12.1 97.9 1997-98 21.9 65.0 2 . 2 89.1 13.2 102.3 1998-99 22.4 68.7 2 . 2 93.3 14.1 107.4 1999-00 23.9 71.3 2 . 7 97.9 14.7 112.6 2000-01 25.1 73.6 2 . 9 101.6 16.2 117.8 2001-02 26.3 76.0 2 . 7 105.0 17.1 122.1 2002-03 26.8 78.4 2 . 7 107.9 18.3 126.2 2003-04 29.5 80.5 2 . 7 112.7 18.7 131.4 2004-05 30.9 84.7 2 . 8 118.4 19.1 137.5 2005-06 32.3 88.6 3 . 4 124.3 21.3 145.6 2006-07 34.7 93.7 3 . 9 132.3 22.3 154.6 2007-08 35.9 103.0 4 . 1 143.0 25.0 168.0 2008-09 36.9 107.0 4 . 1 148.0 27.0 175.0 2009-10 36.9 118.0 4 . 6 159.4 31.5 190.9 2010-11 37.6 131.3 4 . 8 173.7 34.4 208.1 2011-12 39.0 156.1 4 . 8 199.9 36.5 236.4 2012-13 39.5 179.1 4 . 8 223.4 40.7 264.1 2013-14 40.5 199.9 4 . 8 245.2 42.3287.5 2014-15(P) 41.2224.7 5.8271.7 47.1318.8 2015-16 (P)* 42.6235.9 5.8284.3 na284.3 Source : Ministry of Power Notes: P : Provisional RES : Renewable Energy Source na : Not available a : Calendar Year * upto Dec. 2015 Economic Survey 2015-16 A43 Table 1.25 : Progress of Electricity Supply (Utilities & Non-Utilities) B : Energy Generated (Gross)(Billion KWH) Year Utilities Non-UtilitiesTotal [5+6] Hydro Thermal +RES NuclearTotal 1 234567 1950-51 a2.5 2.6….5.11.56.6 1960-61 7.8 9.1 …. 16.9 3 . 2 20.1 1970-71 25.2 28.2 2 . 4 55.8 5 . 4 61.2 1975-76 33.3 43.3 2 . 6 79.2 6 . 7 85.9 1977-78 38.0 51.1 2 . 3 91.4 7 . 6 99.0 1978-79 47.1 52.6 2 . 8 102.5 7 . 6 110.1 1979-80 45.5 56.3 2 . 9 104.7 8 . 2 112.9 1980-81 56.5 61.3 3 . 0 120.8 8 . 4 129.2 1981-82 49.6 69.5 3 . 0 122.1 9 . 0 131.1 1982-83 48.4 79.9 2 . 0 130.3 10.0 140.3 1983-84 50.0 86.7 3 . 5 140.2 10.8 151.0 1984-85 53.9 98.8 4 . 1 156.8 12.3 169.1 1985-86 51.0 114.4 5 . 0 170.4 13.0 183.4 1986-87 53.8 128.9 5 . 0 187.7 13.6 201.3 1987-88 47.5 149.6 5 . 0 202.1 16.9 219.0 1988-89 57.9 157.7 5 . 8 221.4 19.9 241.3 1989-90 62.1 178.7 4 . 6 245.4 23.0 268.4 1990-91 71.7 186.5 6 . 1 264.3 25.1 289.4 1991-92 72.8 208.7 5 . 5 287.0 28.6 315.6 1992-93 69.9 224.8 6 . 7 301.4 31.3 332.7 1993-94 70.4 248.2 5 . 4 324.0 32.3 356.3 1994-95 82.7 262.1 5 . 6 350.4 35.1 385.5 1995-96 72.6 299.3 8 . 0 380.0 38.2 418.1 1996-97 68.9 317.9 9 . 1 395.9 40.8 436.7 1997-98 74.6 337.0 10.1 421.7 44.1 465.8 1998-99 82.9 353.7 11.9 448.5 48.4 496.9 1999-2000 80.6 386.8 13.3 480.7 51.5 532.2 2000-01 74.5 408.1 16.9 499.5 55.0 554.5 2001-02 73.5 424.4 19.5 517.4 61.7 579.1 2002-03 64.0 449.3 19.4 532.7 63.8 596.5 2003-04 75.2 472.1 17.8 565.1 68.2 633.3 2004-05 84.6 492.8 17.0 594.4 71.4 665.8 2005-06 101.5 506.0 17.3 623.8 73.6 697.4 2006-07 113.5 538.4 18.8 670.7 81.8 752.5 2007-08 120.4 585.3 16.9 723.0 90.5 813.1 2008-09 a 110.1 616.2 14.9 741.2 99.7 840.9 2009-10 104.1 677.1 18.6 799.8 106.1 906.0 2010-11 114.4 704.3 26.3 844.8 120.9 965.7 2011-12 130.5 759.4 33.3 923.2 128.2 1051.4 2012-13 113.7 817.9 32.9 964.5 144.0 1108.5 2013-14 134.9 857.5 34.2 1026.6 149.01175.6 2014-15(P) 129.2939.9 36.11105.2 150.81256.0 Source : Ministry of Power Notes: P : Provisional RES : Renewable Energy Resource a : Calender Year Economic Survey 2015-16 A44 Table 1.26: Operations of Indian Railways 1950-511960-611970-711980-811990-912000-01 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-14 2014-15 (P) 1 2345678910 11 12 1. Route Kilometres (000’s) Electrified 0.40.83.75.410.0 14.919.620.3 b 20.9 b 21.6 b 22.2 b Total 53.656.259.861.262.463.064.464.6 b 65.4 b 65.8 b 66.0 b 2.Originating traffic (million tonnes) Revenue Earning 73.2119.8 167.9 195.9318.4473.5921.7 a 969.1 a 1008.1 a 1051.6 a 1095.3 a Total Traffic 93.0156.2 196.5220.0341.4504.2926.4 a 975.2 a 1014.2 a 1058.8 a 1101.1 a 3.Goods carried (billion tonne km.) Revenue Earning 37.672.3110.7 147.7 235.8312.4625.7 a 667.6691.7 a 665.8 a 681.7 a Total Traffic 44.187.7127.4 158.5242.7315.5626.5 a 668.6692.6 a 666.7 a 682.6 a 4. Earnings from goods carried ( R crore)139.3 280.5600.71550.9 8247.023045.4 60687.1 a 67761.4 a 83478.8 a 91570.9 a 103015.9 a 5.Average Lead: all goods traffic (Km) 470561648720 711626 676686683630 620 6. Average rate/tonne km. (paise) 3.23.95.410.5 35.073.897.0101.5 120.7137.5 151.1 7. Passengers Originating (million) 1284159424313613385848337651.1 8224.4 b 8420.7 b 8397.1 b 8224.1 b 8.Passengers kilometres (billion) 66.577.7118.1 208.6 295.6 457978.51046.5 b 1098.1 b 1140.4 b 1147.2 b 9. Passengers Earnings (R Crore) 98.2 131.6 295.5827.53144.710515.1 b 25792.6 b 28246.4 b 31322.8 b 36532.3 b 42189.6 b 10.Average lead : passenger traffic (km) 51.848.748.657.776.694.6127.9 127.2 b 130.4 b 135.8 b 139.5 b 11.Average rate per passenger - kilometre (paise) 1.51.72.54.010.6 22.926.327.0 b 28.5 b 32.0 b 36.8 b Source : Ministry of Railways Notes: P: Provisional a: Excluding Konkan Railways Corporation Limited Loading. b: Includes Metro Railway/Kolkata. Economic Survey 2015-16 A45 Table 1.27: Revenue Earning Goods Traffic on Indian Railways A : Traffic Originating(Million tonnes) Commodity 1950-511960-611970-711980-811990-912000-012010-11 a 2011-12 a 2012-13 a 2013-14 a 2014-15P a 1 2345678910 11 12 1. Coal 20.230.947.964.1135.2 223.7420.4455.8496.4508.1 545.8 2. Raw materials for Steel Plant except iron ore na10.5 16.120.225.938.813.314.515.617.3 18.3 3. Pig iron & finished steel i) steel plants na3.8 6.27.510.0 11.824.1 25.726.027.8 28.2 ii) from other points nananananana8.8 9.59.411.1 14.6 iii) Total nananananana32.8 35.235.339.0 42.8 4. Iron ore i) for export na2.6 9.811.1 13.1 14.625.7 8.45.56.6 2.5 ii) for steel plants nananananana44.7 54.761.666.8 69.4 iii) for other domestic users nananananana48.1 40.344.450.9 40.9 iv) Total nananananana118.5 103.4 111.4124.3 112.8 5. Cement 2.56.511.0 9.628.9 42.999.1107.7 105.9109.8 109.8 6. Foodgrains 7.812.7 15.118.325.426.743.546.349.055.1 55.5 7. Fertilizers na1.4 4.78.118.4 27.148.252.746.244.7 47.4 8. POL 2.74.78.915.0 25.036.339.339.840.641.2 41.1 9. Container Service - i) Domestic container nananananana11.0 9.59.410.9 10.5 ii) EXIM containers nananananana26.6 28.531.732.6 37.9 iii) Total nananananana37.6 38.041.043.5 48.4 10. Balance (other goods) 40.046.748.242.136.651.869.275.766.668.8 73.4 11. Total revenue earning freight traffic 73.2119.8 167.9 195.9318.4473.5921.7969.11008.1 1051.6 1095.3 Source: Ministry of Railway Notes: P: Provisional a : Excluding Konkan Railways Corporation Limited loading na: Not available POL: Petroleum, Oil & Lubricants Economic Survey 2015-16 A46 Table 1.27: Revenue Earning Goods Traffic on Indian Railways B : Goods Carried(Billion tonne km) Commodity 1950-511960-611970-711980-811990-912000-012010-11 a 2011-12 a 2012-13 a 2013-14 a 2014-15P a 1 2345678910 11 12 1. Coal 11.320.5 27.836.485.9133.4 268.3291.5303.4271.9 301.5 2. Raw materials for Steel Plant except iron ore na 2.0 2.74.37.513.5 9.810.3 10.210.1 11.0 3. Pig iron & finished steel i) steel plants na3.3 6.28.611.6 12.1 24.926.327.228.0 29.0 ii) from other points nananananana7.4 7.66.97.0 8.4 iii) Total nananananana32.2 33.934.135.0 37.4 4. Iron ore i) for export nana5.5 7.37.57.915.5 2.03.12.7 1.3 ii) for steel plants nananananana9.614.3 15.416.4 19.2 iii) for other domestic users nananananana21.2 19.719.618.1 16.2 iv) Total nananananana46.4 36.038.137.2 36.7 5. Cement na2.5 7.07.218.9 24.957.062.062.760.5 59.1 6. Foodgrains 4.09.614.5 24.335.633.152.057.971.370.5 67.0 7. Fertilizers nana3.8 8.917.3 23.040.743.939.034.5 38.8 8. POL na2.6 5.311.7 15.1 19.926.126.128.529.7 27.2 9. Container Service - i) Domestic container nananananana13.8 13.613.815.9 15.0 ii) EXIM containers nananananana27.2 31.636.236.2 32.9 iii) Total nananananana41.0 45.250.052.1 47.9 10. Balance (other goods) 22.331.937.939.136.444.552.360.854.464.3 55.1 11. Total revenue earning freight traffic 37.672.3110.7 147.7 235.8312.4625.7667.6691.7665.8 681.7 Source: Ministry of Railway Notes: P: Provisional a : Excluding Konkan Railways Corporation Limited loading na: Not available POL: Petroleum, Oil & Lubricants Economic Survey 2015-16 A47 Table 1.28 : Operations of Road Transport Unit 1950-511960-611970-711980-81 1990-91 2000-012008-092009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 1 2 345678910 1112 13 1. Length of roads Total a Thousand Km 399.9524.5914.91485.4 2327.43373.54471.54582.44690.34865.45231.9 Surfaced Thousand Km157.0263.0398.0684.01090.2 1601.72324.52432.82524.72698.63171.0 2. Length of National Highways Total a Thousand Km. 19.823.823.831.733.757.770.570.970.976.879.1 Surfaced Thousand Kmna21.0 23.331.533.457.770.570.970.976.879.1 3. Length of State Highways Total a Thousand Km. nana56.8 94.4127.3 132.1158.5160.2163.9164.4169.2 Surfaced Thousand Kmnana51.7 90.3124.8 129.9156.7158.2161.9163.0167.2 4. No. of Registered vehicles All vehicles Thousand306.0665.01865.0 5391.021374.0 54991.0114951.0 127746.0 141866.0159491.0182445.0 Goods vehicles Thousand82.0168.0 343.0554.01356.0 2948.06041.06432.07064.07658.08597.0 Buses* Thousand34.057.094.0162.0 331.0634.01486.0 1527.01604.01677.01894.0 5. Revenue realised from Road Transport Central (R Crore)34.8 111.7 451.8 930.94596.023861.0 53098.048386.975453.275572.590931.2 States (R Crore)12.6 55.2231.4 750.43259.612901.7 34241.039512.645992.455161.167056.4 Source : Ministry of Road Transport & Highways : National Highways-Roads Wing, Ministry of Road Transport & Highways : State Highways -State Public Works Department : Registered Vehicles- Office of the Transport Commissioners of States/UTs : Revenue from Road Transport (Central)- Directorate of Data Management, Central Excise and\ Customs : Revenue from Road Transport (State)- State Finance- A study of Budgets of 2013-14 by RBI Notes: a : Includes rural roads constructed under Jawahar Rojgar Yojna as on 31st March, 1996. na : Not available * Included omni buses. Economic Survey 2015-16 A48 Table 1.29: Growth of Civil Aviation 1960-611970-711980-811990-911999-00 2004-052005-062006-072007-082008-09 2009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-142014-15 2015-16 1 23456 78910 11 12 1314151617 18 1. Total fleet strenght (Number) (i ) Air India 131118 2426 373835 -- ------ - (ii) Indian Airlines 8873455644 525559 -- ------ - (iii) Air India Ltd. ( Erstwhile National Aviation Company of India Ltd) - ---- ---108 103 109106 949396101 - (iv) Alliance Air ----12 1515152016 1714 1111 810 - (v) Air India Express ----- -413 1821 25NR 21212117 - (vi) Other Pvt Scheduled Airlines ----37 80131 183235238 232220229253273276 - 2. Revenue tonne-Kilometers (Million) (i ) Air India 109.4275.2980.11342.7 1456.5 2226.02364.02220.0 -- ------ - (ii) Indian Airlines 82.4202.1 400.3697.6738.01016.0 1589.01233.0 -- ------ - (iii) Air India Ltd. ( Erstwhile National Aviation Company of India Ltd) - ---- ---3460.0 3191.0 3535.03682.03704.43346.33910.04196.02835.25* (iv) Alliance Air ----131.0 93.073.055.040.029.0 38.036.030.226.622.718.0 13.9* (v) Air India Express ----- -113.0 270.0 435.0553.0 576.0547.0538.0507.9620.5145.7** 448.9* (vi) Other Pvt Scheduled Airlines ----441.9 1060.0 1789.02901.04173.64684.5 5338.66499.17673.07020.87280.88267.26212.44* 3. Number of passengers carried (Lakh) (i ) Air India 1.34.914.2 21.631.9 43.943.643.0 -- ------ - (ii) Indian Airlines 7.921.3 54.378.758.9 71.078.285.1 -- ------ - (iii) Air India Ltd. ( Erstwhile National Aviation Company of India Ltd) - ---- ---132.1 104.0 117.7128.3 136.1141.8154.1172.6118.82* (iv) Alliance Air ----18.6 14.510.1 8.25.43.2 4.65.04.73.93.63.1 2.6* (v) Air India Express ----- -4.9 7.317.1 22.4 25.023.823.021.626.725.8 18.7* (vi) Other Pvt Scheduled Airlines ----54.2 118.2 180.7 289.6380.3365.7 422.2512.9588.3548.5580.0672.6 527.2* 4. Passengers handled at (Lakh) AAI Airports nana107.38 177.23390.35 592.84733.42 ---508.71 596.43 684683.87 716.481112.35 596.13* Joint venture Interntl.Airports --- -- -----728.84 837.87 939.1910.14 972.68788.94 840.91* Total at Indian Airports nana107.38 177.23390.35 592.84733.42 ---1237.55 1434.31623.11594.01 1689.161901.29 1437.04* 5. Cargo handled at (Thousand Tonnes) AAI Airports nana178.7 377.33 797.411278.47 1397.3 ---592.95 726.98703.43650.41636.48681.56 487.09* Joint venture Interntl.Airports ----- -----1366.76 1621.921576.561540.141641.43 1846.01315.08* Total at Indian Airports nana178.7 377.33 797.411278.47 1397.3 ---1959.71 2348.92279.99 2190.552277.912527.56 1802.17* Source : Ministry of Civil Aviation Notes: * This data is from April 2015 to November 2015 NR : Not reported ** Data available for the period January-March 2015 only 1. Air India Express started operation in 2005 Economic Survey 2015-16 A49 Table 1.30: Commodity Balance of Petroleum and Petroleum Products (Million Tonnes) Item 1950-51 a 1960-61 a 1970-71 a 1980-811990-912000-01 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-142014-15 2015-16 (Apr-Nov)* 1 2345678910 1112 13 I. Crude Oil 1. Refinery throughput 0.36.618.4 25.851.8103.4 197.0204.1219.2222.5223.2 150.5 2. Domestic production 0.30.56.810.5 32.232.437.738.137.937.837.4 24.8 (a) On-shore 0.30.56.85.511.8 11.816.4 18.019.419.618.5 11.9 (b) Off-shore .........5.020.4 20.621.320.118.418.218.9 12.8 3. Imports na6.011.7 16.2 20.774.1163.6 171.7184.8189.2189.4 131.5 II. Petroleum Products 1. Domestic consumption b 3.3 7.717.9 30.955.0100.1 141.0148.1157.1158.4164.9 118.2 of which (a) naphtha ......0.9 2.33.411.7 10.7 11.212.3 11.310.9 8.8 (b) Kerosene 0.92.03.34.28.411.3 8.98.27.57.27.0 4.5 (c) High speed diesel oil 0.21.23.810.3 21.137.960.164.869.168.469.4 48.6 (d) Fuel oils 0.91.74.77.59.012.7 10.8 9.37.76.26.0 4.1 2. Domestic production c 0.25.717.1 24.148.695.6194.8 203.2217.7220.8221.1 150.2 of which (a) naphtha na...1.2 2.14.99.919.2 18.819.018.517.3 11.4 (b) Kerosene na0.9 2.92.45.58.77.87.98.07.47.5 4.9 (c) High speed diesel oil na1.1 3.87.417.2 39.178.182.991.193.894.4 64.2 (d) Fuel oils na1.6 4.16.19.411.4 20.5 18.415.113.4 11.9 6.5 3. Imports 3.12.51.17.38.79.317.4 15.815.816.721.3 18.7 4. Exports nana0.3 …2.7 8.459.1 60.863.467.963.9 38.9 5. Net Imports (3-4) nana0.8 7.36.00.9-41.7 -45.0-47.6-51.1-42.6 -20.1 Source: Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas. Notes: *: Provisional na: Not available a: Excluding Import of LNG b: Excluding refinery fuel consumption. Including import by private parties. c: Including Production of Petroleum Products from Fractionators 1. Excludes other inputs from refineries crude throughput. Economic Survey 2015-16 A50 Table 1.31 : Index of Industrial Production (Base 2004-05=100) Industry Group Industry Weight2005-06 2009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-142014-15 1 2 345678910 General Index 100.00108.6152.9165.5170.3172.2172.0176.9 10 Mining 14.16102.3124.5131.0128.5125.5124.7126.5 15-36 Manufacturing 75.53110.3161.3 175.7181.0183.3181.9186.1 15 Food products and beverages 7.28113.2 133.5 142.9164.8169.5167.7175.7 16 Tobacco products 1.57101.0 102.0104.1109.7109.2 110.2111.2 17 Textiles 6.16108.3 127.4135.9134.0142.0148.3152.4 18 Wearing apparel; dressing and dyeing of fur 2.78 114.1 137.1 142.2130.1143.6171.6180.4 19 Luggage, handbags, saddlery, harness & footwear; tanning and dressing of leather products 0.58 90.9105.8 114.3118.5127.1 133.7147.5 20 Wood and products of wood & cork except furniture; articles of straw & plating materials 1.05 106.8 160.1156.5159.2147.9144.6150.9 21 Paper and paper products 1.00106.3 121.1131.4138.0138.7138.6143.1 22 Publishing, printing & reproduction of recorded media 1.08 113.7 133.8 148.8192.8183.0183.4175.9 23 Coke, refined petroleum products & nuclear fuel 6.72 100.6 121.8121.5125.8136.4143.5144.7 24 Chemicals and chemical products 10.06101.0120.7123.1122.7127.3138.6138.2 25 Rubber and plastics products 2.02112.3 167.4 185.2184.6185.0181.1189.3 26 Other non-metallic mineral products 4.31 107.8 145.4151.4158.6161.6163.3167.4 27 Basic metals 11.34115.5162.4 176.7192.1195.8196.4221.4 28 Fabricated metal products, except machinery & equipment 3.08 111.1 158.6 182.8203.3193.8180.2179.1 29 Machinery and equipment n.e.c. 3.76126.1 198.0256.3241.3230.0219.2227.9 30 Office, accounting & computing machinery 0.31 145.3 154.4146.3148.7128.1108.0 67.0 31 Electrical machinery & apparatus n.e.c. 1.98 116.8 459.2 472.1367.1369.2422.6 511.6 32 Radio, TV and communication equipment & apparatus 0.99 122.7 809.1 911.5950.51003.7 730.1332.7 33 Medical, precision & optical instruments, watches and clocks 0.57 95.4100.9 107.8 119.5117.1 111.1108.6 34 Motor vehicles, trailers & semi- trailers 4.06 110.1 179.1 233.3258.6244.8221.3226.8 35 Other transport equipment 1.82115.3 171.1 210.7235.8235.7249.5265.5 36 Furniture; manufacturing n.e.c. 3.00116.2 152.7 141.2138.6131.5 113.3121.7 40 Electricity 10.32105.2130.8138.0149.3155.2164.7178.6 Source : Central Statistics Office n.e.c. : not elsewhere classified Economic Survey 2015-16 A51 Table 2.1: Budgetary Transactions of the Central and State Governments and Union Territories(Including internal and extra-budgetary resources of public sector unde\ rtakings for their plans)(R crore) 1980-81 1990-912000-01 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-14 (BE) 2013-14 (RE) 2014-15 (BE) 1 234 5678910 I. Total Outlay 36845176548 6156582396419 27250092975974365550735353303885474 A. Development 124426 105922 3174641385265 16057871737660 2108656 2078356 2226540 B. Non-Development 1241970626298194 1011154 11192221238314 1546850 1456974 1658934 1. Defence (net) 360015427 49622154117 170913 181776203672203672229000 2. Interest payments 295725006122792 351145403235 457550539034546880615553 3. Tax collection charges 5041973 657020205 2297126489305453003235626 4. Police 1163565721343 7710389815101881 117959119591132175 5. Others 24195 22563 97867408584 432288470618655640556799646580 II. Current Revenue 24563110607 3932841720242 18424772071614253733424547792783477 A. Tax Revenue 1984487723305320 1271665 1467890 17161172032489 1940446 2238115 1. Income and corporation tax 281710712 67460437790 487341553170660442629874729283 2. Customs 340920644 47542135813 149328165346187308175056201819 3. Union excise duties 650024514 68526137701 144901175845196805178787206356 4. Sales tax 401818228 72874293256 361332422578503653503121561597 5. Others 310013625 48918267105 324988399178484281453608539060 B. Non-Tax Revenue 34719 22884 87964448577 374587355497504844514333545362 (Internal resources of public sector undertakings for the Plan) (1374) (11183) (39415)(184323) (202717)(151516)(265910)(237848)(231445) III. Gap (I-II) 1228265941222374 6761778825339043601118173 1080551 1101997 Financed By: IV Net Capital Receipts (A+B) 883154455223283 6846957853779270201099045 10017781090298 A. Internal (net) 716150192214965 6584667699679175081087031 9932021082159 1. Net market loans 43163 11308 85341445433 603608673820735226702323700997 2. Net small savings 11218309 8192 395019078 11934 709229979533 3. Net State and public provident funds 558388723661 261311789426303385013816541674 4. Special deposits of non- Government provident funds 604 6721 7177 000000 5. Special borrowings from RBI against compulsory deposits -70 -105 nanananananana 6. Net misc. capital receipts 51785 20072 90594182952 129387205451 306211249717 329955 B. External61670 4263831826229 15410 951212014 85768139 1. Net loans 7493181 750523556 12448 720110558 54415734 (i) Gross 1141533917328 353302603423309276462356528175 (ii) Less repayments 3922158 982311774 13586 16108170881812422441 2. Grants 4365868132673 2962 23111456 31352405 3. Net special credit -53-76 0 V. Overall Budgetary Deficit 345111486 -909-8517 97153-22658 1912878773 11697 Source : Economic Division, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance. Notes: na: Not available RE : Revised Estimates BE : Budget Estimates 1. Includes plan expenditure of Railways, Communications and non-departmental commercial undertakings financed out of their internal and extra budgetary resources, including market borrowings and term loans from financial institutions to State Government public enterprises. Also includes developmental loans given by the Central and State Governments to non-departmental undertakings, local bodies and other parties. However, it excludes a notional amount of R 45 crore in 1980-81 on account of conversion of loan capital given to non-departmental commercial undertakings into equity capital. 2. Includes general administration, pensions and ex-gratia payments to famine relief (only non-plan portion\ ), subsidies on food and controlled cloth, grants and loans to foreign countries and loans for non-developmental purpose to other parties, but excludes Contingency Fund transactions. It also excludes notional transactions in respect of subscriptions to International Monetary Fund of R 559 crore in 1980-81, R 550 crore in 1990-1991, R 629 crore in 2000-2001, R9051 crore in 2010-11, R1613 crore in 2011-12, R 4323 crore in 2012-13, R424 crore in 2013-14( RE ) and R676 crore in 2014-15(BE). 3. Includes internal resources of Railways, Communications and non-de\ partmental commercial undertakings for the plan. 4. Includes market borrowings of State Government public enterprises.\ 5. Excludes the notional receipts on account of repayments of loans by non-departmental commercial undertakings due to their conversion into equity capital. It also excludes notional transactions in respect of Internatio\ nal Monetary Fund and Contingency Fund transactions. 6. R 538 crore for loans from IMF Trust Fund are included in 1980-81 under external loans and an amount of R 572 crores for revolving fund is included in External loans for 1990-91. Economic Survey 2015-16 A52 Table 2.2: Total Expenditure of the Central Government (R crore) Final outlays Transfer payments to the rest of the economy Financial investments & loans to the rest of the economy (gross) Total expenditure (4+7+8) Government consumption expenditure Gross capital formation Total (2+3) Current Capital Total (5+6) 1 234567 89 First Plan (1951-52 to 1955-56) 1241 6121854 809123932 9663751 Second Plan (1956-57 to 1960-61) 1962 144534061567 2491816 26007823 Third Plan (1960-61 to 1965-66) 4256 244567012983 5013484 507615261 Annual Plan (1966-67 to 1968-69) 3878 124351213214 4073621 474013481 Fourth Plan (1969-70 to 1973-74) 9775 296912745 803614549490 1076032994 Fifth Plan (1974-75 to 1978-79) 17576 595123527 19773 323023003 2114567674 Sixth Plan (1980-81 to 1984-85) 35885 148235070850604 991060514 47034158256 Seventh Plan (1985-86 to 1989-90) 81974 31616113590 134246 26292160538 89764363892 Eighth Plan (1992-93 to 1996-97) 179676 73599253275 387746 66433454179 127752835206 Ninth Plan (1997-98 to 2001-02) 331143 100568431711795621 106925902546 1507541485011 Tenth Plan (2002-03 to 2006-07) 516165 1440276601921390293 1857041575997 1239212360110 Eleventh Plan (2007-08 to 2011-12) 1002126 2842151286341 2946106 5290553475161 2123234973825 1950-51 23580315 111 6117 72504 1955-56 269153422203 49251 301975 1960-61 433307740427 69495 5701806 1965-66 a1109 5201630 754132886 1425a3940a 1970-71 16695192189 1239 1931432 19565577 1975-76 3449120446543018 5363553 383012037 1980-81 517419087082691213028214 720022495 1985-86 11210455815768 18347 382522173 1517253112 1990-91 22359860230961 45134 711752251 21760104973 1993-94 b31815 127654458066750 1181178560 22648145788 1995-96 4188116685585668530415263100566 26101185233 1997-98 c53090 1895572046111577 17360128937 23884224866 2000-01 719772225894235183696 22404206100 27929328265 2005-06 11630534450150755 297267 41681338948 11380501083 2006-07 12160936487158095 356560 45758402318 9771570185 2007-08 13139643652175048 408676 53758462434 51427688909 2008-09 17434551464225809 543347 70287613634 25087864530 2009-10 21062558999269624 580898 113345694243 28575992442 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A53 Table 2.2: Total Expenditure of the Central Government (R crore) Final outlays Transfer payments to the rest of the economy Financial investments & loans to the rest of the economy (gross) Total expenditure (4+7+8) Government consumption expenditure Gross capital formation Total (2+3) Current Capital Total (5+6) 1 234567 89 2010-11 23026265059295321 656300150312806612 627951164728 2011-12 25549865041320539 756885141353898238 444391263216 2012-13 27111974747345865 851208130771981979 469021374746 2013-14(RE) 30826980632388901 9557951513411107136 477961543833 2014-15(BE) 3458351035734494081050427 1883431238770 380721726250 Source : Ministry of Finance, Economic & Functional Classification of the Central Governmet Budget-various issues. Notes: RE : Revised Estimates BE : Budget Estimates a : For 1965-66, includes R 53 crore as additional payments to IMF, IBRD, IDA & ADB following the change in the par value of the rupee. This is a nominal outlay as it is met by the issue of non-negotiable Gov\ ernment of India securities. b : From 1993-94 onwards, Delhi is not included. c : From 1997-98 onwards loans to States/UTs are exclusive of loans against States/UTs shares in small saving collections. Economic Survey 2015-16 A54 Table 2.3: Eleventh Plan (2007-2012) Outlay by Heads of Development : C\ entre, States and Union Territories Amount (R crore)Percentage distribution S. No. Head of development Eleventh Plan Annual Plan Annual Plan Annual Plan Annual Plan Annual Plan Eleventh Plan Eleventh Plan Annual Plan Annual Plan Annual Plan Annual Plan Annual Plan Eleventh Plan (2007-12) 2007-082008-092009-10 2010-112011-12 (2007-12) (2007-12)2007-082008-092009-10 2010-112011-12 (2007-12) Projected (At 2006- 07 prices) (Actual) (Actual)(Actual)(Actual)(Actual) Realization (At current prices) Projected (At 2006- 07 prices) (Actual) (Actual)(Actual)(Actual)(Actual) Realization (At current prices) 1 2 345678 9101112 131415 16 I Agriculture & allied activities 136381 200832711729498 4037045781 162849 3.74.24.34.14.94.9 4.5 II Rural development 3010693430959080586156700865996 285008 8.37.29.48.28.17.0 8.0 III Special area programmes 263296607699978751009312563 44138 0.71.41.11.11.21.3 1.2 IV Irrigation & flood control 210326382754116442853 4604949221 217563 5.88.16.66.05.65.3 6.1 V Energy 85412384677106212 148372150251162661 652173 23.417.816.920.718.217.4 18.2 VI Industry & Minerals 1536001950130260390414505646084 179943 4.24.14.85.45.54.9 5.0 VII Transport 57244383743105064 127356139541156353 612058 15.717.616.717.816.916.7 17.1 VIII Communications 95380834813090 14748103366586 53108 2.61.82.12.11.30.7 1.5 IX Science, Technology &Environment 87933 990911860 13267 1594816157 67141 2.42.11.91.91.91.7 1.9 X General economic services 6252310183 11108114822049631218 84487 1.72.11.81.62.53.3 2.4 XI Social services 1102327153133209206215955272031322215 1172540 30.232.233.330.132.934.4 32.7 XII General services 42283624369997972908821457 51759 1.21.31.11.11.12.3 1.4 XIII Total (I to XII) 3644718475012628161717035826268936292 3582767 100.0100.0100.0100.0100.0100.0 100.0 Source : Planning Commission. Economic Survey 2015-16 A55 Table 2.4: Twelfth Plan (2012-17) Outlay by Heads of Development : Centre Amount (R crore)Percentage distribution S. No. Head of development Twelfth Plan Annual Plan Annual Plan Annual Plan Annual Plan Twelfth Plan Annual Plan Annual Plan Annual Plan Annual Plan (2012-17) 2012-132013-142014-152015-16 (2012-17)2012-132013-142014-152015-16 Projected (At current prices) Actual Actual (RE)(BE)Projected (At current prices) Actual Actual (RE)(BE) 1 2 34567 8910 1112 I Agriculture & allied activities 134636 170301778810199 11657 3.13.42.92.42.0 II Rural development 2670473657938776 18673110 6.27.36.40.40.5 III Special area programmes 0 00 00.00.00.00.00.0 IV Irrigation & flood control 17212 439441896772 0.40.10.10.20.1 V Energy 1085997132146182388154877167342 25.126.530.236.328.9 VI Industry & Minerals 292090332023343339397 43113 6.76.75.59.27.5 VII Transport 81948290518103959 106242193417 18.918.217.224.933.4 VIII Communications 80984628916209 1302712032 1.91.32.73.12.1 IX Science, Technology &Environment 130054 12048135351482119023 3.02.42.23.53.3 X General economic services 181476 20217260641730320333 4.24.14.34.13.5 XI Social services 1274261144305163718 6429381024 29.428.927.115.114.0 XII General services 5050057027263388726558 1.21.11.20.94.6 XIII Total (I to XII) 4333739498475603574 426811578382 100.0100.0100.0100.0100.0 Source : NITI Aayog Notes: RE : Revised Estimates BE: Budget Estimates Note : State & UTs data not avialable from 2014-15 onward. Economic Survey 2015-16 A56 Table 2.5: Financing for Central Plan 2014-15 (RE) and 2015-16 (BE) (R crore) Items 2014-15(RE)2015-16(BE) 1 23 I Domestic non-debt resources -35825-39051 a BCR -81424-163382 b MCR (excluding deductions for repayment of loans) 45599124331 c Plan grants from GOI (TFC) 00 d ARM 00 e Adjustment of opening balance 00 II Domestic Debt Resources 490198488813 Net Borrowings (i) - (ii) 490198488813 (i) Gross Borrowings (a to f) 490198488813 a State Provident Fund 1000010000 b Small Savings 3327622408 c Negotiated Loans 00 d Government of India Loans(EAPS) 00 e Market Borrowings 446922456405 f Bonds/Debentures 00 (ii) Repayments 00 Own Resources (incl. Borrowings) I+II 454373449762 III Central Assistance( Grants) (1+2+3) -278168-204784 1 Normal Central Assistance -268140 2 ACA for EAPs b-15100 -16000 3 Others -236254-188784 A Government Resources (I+II+III) 176205244978 B Contribution of Public Sector Enterprises (PSE) 237045317889 C Local Bodies 00 D Net Inflow from Abroad 1356115515 Aggregate Plan Resources (A+B+C+D) 426811578382 Source : NITI Aayog Notes: RE : Revised Estimates BE : Budget Estimates BCR : Balance from Current Revenues MCR : Miscellaneous Capital Receipts ARM : Additional Resource Mobilisation ACA : Additional Central Assistance EAPs : Externally Aided Projects 1. b : ACA for EAPs includes loan amount of R 11,900 crore for 2014-15(RE) and R 12,500 crore for 2015-16(BE) respectively. 2. Separate data for States and UT Plans not available from 2014-15. Economic Survey 2015-16 A57 Table 2.6: Overall Financing Pattern of the Public Sector Plan Outlay During the Twelfth Plan : 2012-17 (R crore at current prices) Resources Centre States and UTs Total 1 234 1 Balance from current revenues (BCR ) 13873719599792347350 2 Borrowings(including net MCR) 218125515183013699556 3 Net inflow from abroad ……… 4 Centre's GBS (1+2+3) 3568626…3568626 5 Resources of Public Sector Enterprises 16228993803192003218 6 State's Own Resources (1+2+5) …2858599 2858599 7 Central Assistance States & UTs -857786857786 … 8 Resources of the Public Sector Plan (1+2+3+5+7) 433373937163858050123 Source : Draft Twelfth Plan Document, Planning Commission. Table 2.7: Financial Performance of Indian Railways (R crore) 1980-81 1990-912001-02 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-142014-152015-16 (BE) 1 23456789 10 1. Gross traffic receipts 262412096 3783794536104110 123733 139558 156711 183578 (i) Passenger coaching 8273147 11197 25793 28246313233653242190 50175 (ii) Other coaching 116336 8722470 2717305436793998 4612 (iii) Goods 1618840824845 62845695488526393906105791 121423 (iv) Other earnings 82242 9443418 3643426157215093 7318 (v) Suspense account -19-37-21 10-43-168 -280-361 50 2. Working expenses 253711154 36293 8947498667111572 130321 142996 162210 (i) Ordinary working expenses 2233823428703 68139745378401297571105996 119410 (ii) Appropriations to depreciation reserve fund 220 1950 200055156520685079007775 7900 (iii) Appropriation to pension fund 84970559015820 17610207102485029225 34900 3. Net traffic receipts (1-2) 879421544 5062544312161 923713715 21368 4. Net miscellaneous receipts 40171 7931285 1339145425123124 3708 5. Net revenues (3+4) 1271113 2337 6347678213615 1174916839 25076 6. Dividend (i) Payable to general revenues 3259382337 49415656534980099174 10811 (ii) Payment of Deferred Dividend (iii) Deferred dividend 001000 (iv) Net dividend payable 3259381337 49415656534980099174 10811 7. Surplus (+) or deficit (-) -1981751000 1406 11268266 37407665 14265 8. (i) Capital at charge 609616126 37757130540 122772144812170168197992 235329 (ii) Investment from capital fund 0010390 3867638676386763867644125 50421 (iii) Total[(i)+(ii) 609616126 48147169216 161448183488208844 242117 285750 9. Item 5 as % of item 8(iii) 2.16.94.93.84.27.45.67.0 8.8 10. Item 7 as % of item 8(iii) -3.21.12.10.80.74.51.83.2 5.0 Source : Ministry of Railways. BE : Budget Estimates Table 2.8: Financial Performance of the Department of Posts (R crore) 1980-81 1990-912000-01 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-142014-152015-16(RE) 1 23456789 10 1. Gross receipts 2788403298 69627518936710730 11636 12237 2. Net working expenses 3461033 484813308 12827147921620417895 19540 3. Net receipts (1-2) -68-193-1550 -6346-5309-5425-5474-6259 -7303 4. Dividend to general revenues 40000000 0 5. Surplus(+)/deficit (-) (3-4) -72-193-1550 -6346-5309-5425-5474-6259 -7303 Source : Department of Posts, Ministry of Communication & Information Technology RE : Revised Estimates Economic Survey 2015-16 A58 Table 2.9: Receipts and Expenditure of the Central Government (R crore) 2008-09 2009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-142014-15(BE) 2014-15(RE) 2014-15(PA) 2015-16BE) 1 234567 8910 11 1. Revenue receipts (a+b) 540260 572811 788471 751436 879232 1014723 1189763 1126296 1099442 1141576 (a). Tax revenue (net of States’ share) 443320 456536 569869 629765 741878 815853 977258 908464 902483 919843 (b). Non-tax revenue 96940 116275 218602 121671 137354 198870 212505 217832 196959 221733 2. Revenue expenditure 793798 911809 1040723 1145785 1243514 1371772 1568112 1488780 1457748 1536047 of which: (a) Interest payments 192204 213093 234022 273150 313170 374254 427011 411354 404019 456145 (b) Major subsidies 123206 134658 164516 211319 247493 244717 251397 253913 250691 227388 (c)Defence expenditure 73305 90669 92061 103011 111277 124374 134412 140405 137359 152139 3. Revenue deficit (2-1) 253538 338998 252252 394349 364282 357049 378349 362484 358306 394471 4. Capital receipts 343696 451676 408856 552929 531140 544724 605129 554862 545319 635901 of which: (a) Recovery of loans 6139 8613 12420 18850 15060 12497 10527 10886 13438 10753 (b) Other receipt (mainly PSU disinvestment) 566 24581 22846 18088 25890 29368 63425 31350 30001 69500 (c) Borrowings and other liabilities $ 336991 418482 373590 515991 490190 502859 531177 512626 501880 555648 5. Capital expenditure 90158 112678 156604 158580 166858 187675 226780 192378 187013 241430 6. Non Debt Receipts [1+4(a)+4(b)] 546965 606005 823737 788374 920182 1056588 1263715 1168532 1142881 1221829 7. Total expenditure [2+5=7(a)+7(b)] 883956 1024487 1197327 1304365 1410372 1559447 1794892 1681158 1644761 1777477 of which: (a) Plan expenditure 275235 303391 379029 412375 413625 453327 575000 467934 453621 465277 (b) Non-plan expenditure 608721 721096 818298 891990 996747 1106120 1219892 1213224 1191140 1312200 8. Fiscal deficit [7-1-4(a)-4(b)] 336991 418482 373590 515991 490190 502859 531177 512626 501880 555648 9. Primary deficit [8-2(a)] 144787 205389 139568 242841 177020 128605 104166 101272 97861 99503 Memorandum items (a) Interest receipts 20717 21784 19734 20252 20761 21868 19751 22166 24265 23599 (b) Non-plan revenue expenditure 559024 657925 726491 812049 914306 1019040 1114609 1121897 1100262 1206027 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A59 Table 2.9: Receipts and Expenditure of the Central Government (R crore) 2008-09 2009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-142014-15(BE) 2014-15(RE) 2014-15(PA) 2015-16BE) 1 234567 8910 11 1. Revenue receipts (a+b) 9.6 8.8 10.1 8.6 8.8 9.0 9.2 8.9 8.8 8.1 (a). Tax revenue (net of States’ share) 7.9 7.0 7.3 7.2 7.5 7.2 7.6 7.2 7.2 6.5 (b). Non-tax revenue 1.7 1.8 2.8 1.4 1.4 1.8 1.7 1.7 1.6 1.6 2. Revenue expenditure 14.1 14.1 13.4 13.1 12.5 12.2 12.2 11.8 11.7 10.9 of which: (a) Interest payments 3.4 3.3 3.0 3.1 3.1 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.2 3.2 (b) Major subsidies 2.2 2.1 2.1 2.4 2.5 2.2 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.6 (c) Defence expenditure 1.3 1.4 1.2 1.2 1.1 1.1 1.0 1.1 1.1 1.1 3. Revenue deficit (2-1) 4.5 5.2 3.2 4.5 3.7 3.2 2.9 2.9 2.9 2.8 4. Capital receipts 6.1 7.0 5.3 6.3 5.3 4.8 4.7 4.4 4.4 4.5 of which: (a) Recovery of loans 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 (b) Other receipt (mainly PSU disinvestment) 0.0 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.3 0.3 0.5 0.2 0.2 0.5 (c) Borrowings and other liabilities $ 6.0 6.5 4.8 5.9 4.9 4.5 4.1 4.1 4.0 3.9 5. Capital expenditure 1.6 1.7 2.0 1.8 1.7 1.7 1.8 1.5 1.5 1.7 6. Non Debt Receipts [1+4(a)+4(b)] 9.7 9.4 10.6 9.0 9.2 9.4 9.8 9.2 9.2 8.7 7. Total expenditure [2+5=7(a)+7(b)] 15.7 15.8 15.4 14.914.2 13.8 13.9 13.3 13.2 12.6 of which: (a) Plan expenditure 4.9 4.7 4.9 4.7 4.2 4.0 4.5 3.7 3.6 3.3 (b) Non-plan expenditure 10.8 11.1 10.5 10.2 10.0 9.8 9.5 9.6 9.5 9.3 8. Fiscal deficit [7-1-4(a)-4(b)] 6.0 6.5 4.8 5.9 4.9 4.5 4.1 4.1 4.0 3.9 9. Primary deficit [8-2(a)] 2.6 3.2 1.8 2.8 1.8 1.1 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.7 Source: Union Budget documents and Controller General of Accounts. Notes: BE-Budget Estimates PA: Provisional Actuals (Unaudited) $ Does not include receipts in respect of Market Stabilization Scheme\ , which will remain in the cash balance of the Centeral Government and w\ ill not be used for expenditure. (As per cent to GDP) Economic Survey 2015-16 A60 Table 2.10 : Outstanding liabilities of the Central Government (end-March) (R crore) 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 (RE) 2015-16(BE) 1 2 34567 89 1. Internal liabilities # 3036132 3395877 3781135 4347164 4893303 5485600 6084568 6689532 a)Internal debt 2019841 2328339 2667115 3230622 3764566 4240767 4775900 5298217 i)Market borrowings 133819417466192072033251695329843093441641 38935634352969 ii)Others 681647581720595082713669780257799126 882337945248 b).Other Internal liabilities 10162911067538 1114020111654211287371244833 13086681391315 2. External debt(outstanding)* 123046134083157639170088177289184581 194286205459 3. Total outstanding liabilities (1+2) 3159178 3529960 3938774 4517252 5070592 5670181 6278854 6894991 4. Amount due from Pakistan on account of share of pre-partition debt 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 5. Net liabilities (3-4) 3158878 3529660 3938474 4516952 5070292 5669881 6278554 6894691 Memorandum items (a) External debt @ 264059 249306 278877 322897 332004 374483 366384 379331 (b) Total outstanding liabilities(adjusted) 3300191 3645183 4060012 4670061 5225307 5860083 6450952 7068863 (c) Internal liabilities( Non-RBI) ## 2707846 3087360 3464858 3904022 4396811 4985343 5538142 6116043 (d) Outstanding liabilities (Non- RBI) ## 2971905 3336666 3743735 4226919 4728815 5359826 5904526 6495374 (e) Contingent liabilities of Central Government 113335 137460 151292 190519 233769 249503 na na (f) Total assets 1569043 1607544 1794504 1927143 2080649 2253627 2431956 2622606 (As per cent of GDP) 1. Internal liabilities # 53.9 52.4 48.6 49.8 49.2 48.7 48.1 47.4 a)Internal debt 35.9 35.9 34.3 37.0 37.8 37.6 37.7 37.6 i)Market borrowings 23.8 27.0 26.6 28.8 30.0 30.5 30.8 30.9 ii)Others 12.1 9.0 7.6 8.2 7.8 7.1 7.0 6.7 b).Other Internal liabilities 18.1 16.5 14.3 12.8 11.3 11.0 10.3 9.9 2. External debt(outstanding)* 2.2 2.1 2.0 1.9 1.8 1.6 1.5 1.5 3. Total outstanding liabilities (1+2) 56.1 54.5 50.6 51.7 51.0 50.3 49.6 48.9 Source: Union Budget documents and DMO. Notes: na : Not available * External debt figures represent borrowings by Central Government from external sources and are based upon historical rates of exchange. @ The external debt figures at current exchange rates are taken from Union Government Finance Accounts. For 2015-16(BE), the Net external assistance in 2015-16 has been added to outstanding stock at en\ d-March 2015. # Internal debt includes net borrowing of, R 88,773 crore for 2008-09, R 2,737 crore for 2009-10 and R20,000 crore for 2015-16(BE) under Market Stabilisation Scheme. ## This includes marketable dated securties held by the RBI. Economic Survey 2015-16 A61 Table 2.11: Total Expenditure and Capital Formation by the Central Government and its Financing(As per economic and functional classification of the Central Government budget) ( R crore) 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 (RE) 2014-15 (BE) 1 2 34567 89 I. Total expenditure 688908 864530 992440 1164727 1263216 1374747 1543832 1726250 II. Gross capital formation out of budgetary resources of Central Government 143892 136935 184501 256368 234969 230792 265260 315211 (i) Gross capital formation by the Central Government 43652 51464 58999 65059 65041 74747 80632 103573 (ii) Financial assistance for capital formation in the rest of the economy 100240 85471 125502 191309 169928 156045 184628 211638 III. Gross saving of the Central Government 13674 -176082 -232452 -103270 -267428 -241090 -235597 -210461 I V. Gap(II-III) 130218 313017 416953 359638 502397 471882 500857 525672 Financed by a. Draft on other sectors of domestic economy 118180 299208 402774 333409 486987 462370 492281 517533 (i) Domestic capital receipts 145351 246612 404160 326979 502977 513382 477281 500373 (ii) Budgetary deficit/draw down of cash balance -27171 52596 -1386 6430 -15990 -51012 15000 17160 b. Draft on foreign savings 12038 13809 14179 26229 15410 9512 8576 8139 (Per cent increase over previous year) II. Gross capital formation out of budgetary resources of Central Government 63.7 -4.8 34.7 39.0 -8.3 -1.8 14.9 18.8 Memorandum items ( R crore) 1 Total expenditure 688908 864530 9924401164727 1263216 1374747 15438321726250 2 Gross capital formation out of budgetary resources of Central Government 143891 136935 184501256368234969230791 265260 315211 3 Consumption expenditure 131396 174345 210625230262255498 271119 308269 345835 4 Current transfers 408676 543347 580898656300756885851208 9557951050427 5 Others 4945 9903 16417 217981586421629 1450814777 (Growth rate) (per cent) 1 Total expenditure 20.8 25.5 14.8 17.4 8.5 8.8 12.3 11.8 2 Gross capital formation out of budgetary resources of Central Government 63.7 -4.8 34.7 39.0 -8.3 -1.8 14.9 18.8 3 Consumption expenditure 8.0 32.7 20.8 9.3 11.0 6.1 13.7 12.2 4 Current transfers 14.6 33.0 6.9 13.0 15.3 12.5 12.3 9.9 5 Others 19.7 100.3 65.8 32.8 -27.2 36.3 -32.9 1.9 ( Point contribution) (per cent) 1 Total expenditure 20.8 25.5 14.8 17.4 8.5 8.8 12.3 11.8 2 Gross capital formation out of budgetary resources of Central Government 9.8 -1.0 5.5 7.2 -1.8 -0.3 2.5 3.2 3 Consumption expenditure 1.7 6.2 4.2 2.0 2.2 1.2 2.7 2.4 4 Current transfers 9.1 19.5 4.3 7.6 8.6 7.5 7.6 6.1 5 Others 0.1 0.7 0.8 0.5 -0.5 0.5 -0.5 0.0 Source: Ministry of Finance, An Economic and Functional classification of the Central Government Budget-various issues. Notes: (i) Gross capital formation in this table includes loans given for capital f\ ormation on a gross basis. Consequently domestic capital receipts include loan repayments to the Central Government. (ii) Consumption expenditure is the expenditure on wages and salaries and co\ mmodities and services for current use. (iii) Interest payments, subsidies, pension etc. are treated as current trans\ fers. (iv) Gross capital formation & total expenditure are exclusive of loans to States'/UT s' against States'/UTs' share in the small savings collection. (v) The figures of total expenditure of the Central Government as per economic and functional classification do not tally with figures given in the Budget documents. In the economic and functional classification, interest transfered to DCUs, loans written of f etc, are excluded from the current account. In the capital account, expenditure financed out of Railways, Posts &T elecommunications' own funds etc, are included. (vi) Point contribution refers to contribution of individual component to tot\ al growth. Economic Survey 2015-16 A62 Table 2.12 : Receipts and disbursements of State and Consolidated General\ Government (R Crore) Item 2008-092009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-142014-15 (RE) 2015-16 (BE) 1 23456789 State Governments I. Total Receipts (A+B) 891,2921,007,633 1,173,5751,367,9171,557,3381,662,5912,179,848 2,404,112 A. Revenue Receipts (1+2) 694,658768136935,3471,098,531 1,252,0241,347,7771,778,9251,980,351 1. Tax Receipts 482,983528075680,198 812,987946,0811,025,502 1,177,456 1400781 of which States’ Own Tax Revenue 321,930363,061460,709557,396654,551710,896815,240930,382 2. Non-tax Receipts 211,675240,062 255,149285,544305,943322,276601,469579,570 of which Interest Receipts 16,35615,29415,62518,582 24,11827,098 24,26818,952 B. Capital Receipts 196,634239,497238,227269,385305,314314,813400,923423,761 of which Recovery of Loans and Advances 11,072 8,0884,99517,157 7,2656,8576,9745,777 II. Total Disbursements (a+b+c) 882,3321,015,330 1,158,7301,351,6121,534,2551,681,0312,233,4622,409,550 a) Revenue 681,985799,154932,2971,074,571 1,231,7021,359,8941,796,8691,930,710 b) Capital 184,376198,689207,617238,150272,576297,206 411,322453,793 c) Loans and Advances 15,97117,48718,81638,89129,97723,93225,27025,047 III. Revenue Deficit -12,67231,017-3,051-23,960 -20,322 12,11617,944-49,641 I V. Gross Fiscal Deficit 134,589188,819161,461168,353195,470244,985358,600331,058 General Government I. Total Receipts (A+B) 1,564,8031845808215356124540622769029297671434835623797617 A. Revenue Receipts (1+2) 1,117,0981210559157882016926791971619219006526098482854734 1. Tax Receipts 926,3029846111250067 14427521687959184135520859202320624 2. Non-tax receipts 190,796225948328753249927283660348710523928 534110 of which: Interest receipts 25,36825748250782887035543400453854434791 B. Capital Receipts 447,705635249574742761383797410786649873714942883 of which: a) Disinvestment proceeds 83325393 240871875325991297283451869632 b) Recovery of loans & advances 14,611 11499 820625370 12929 934692797713 II. Total Disbursements (a+b+c) 1,599,67718521192145145 24217682694934297598435215063815095 a) Revenue 1,357,9631580574182802020630682315578255923029902773199563 b) Capital 218,679246246268328291818328324373147483101567393 c) Loans and Advances 23,03525299487976688351031436084812848138 III. Revenue Deficit 240,865370015249200370388343960369164380429344829 I V. Gross Fiscal Deficit 467,137604668534032684966684395746843867861883016 Source: Reserve Bank of India. Notes: RE: Revised Estimates BE : Budget Estimates * Data from 2013-14 onwards are provisional and pertain to budgets of 2\ 5 states governments. (1) Negative (-) sign indicates surplus in deficit indicators. (2) Capital receipts include public accounts on a net basis. (3) Capital disbursements are exclusive of public accounts. Economic Survey 2015-16 A63 Table 2.13 : Receipts and disbursements of State and Consolidated General\ Government (as per cent to GDP) Item 2008-092009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-142014-15 (RE) 2015-16 (BE) 1 23456789 State Governments I. Total Receipts (A+B) 15.815.615.115.715.614.717.217.0 A. Revenue Receipts (1+2) 12.311.912.0 12.612.612.014.114.0 1. Tax Receipts 8.68.28.79.39.59.19.39.9 of which States’ Own Tax Revenue 5.75.65.96.46.66.36.46.6 2. Non-tax Receipts 3.83.73.33.33.12.94.84.1 of which Interest Receipts 0.30.20.20.20.20.20.20.1 B. Capital Receipts 3.53.73.13.13.12.83.23.0 of which Recovery of Loans and Advances 0.2 0.10.10.20.10.10.10.0 II. Total Disbursements (a+b+c) 15.715.714.915.515.414.917.717.1 a) Revenue 12.112.312.012.312.412.114.213.7 b) Capital 3.33.12.72.72.72.63.33.2 c) Loans and Advances 0.30.30.20.40.30.20.20.2 III. Revenue Deficit -0.20.5-0.0 -0.3-0.2 0.10.1-0.4 I V. Gross Fiscal Deficit 2.42.92.11.92.02.22.82.3 General Government I. Total Receipts (A+B) 27.828.527.728.127.826.427.526.9 A. Revenue Receipts (1+2) 19.818.720.319.419.819.420.620.2 1. Tax Receipts 16.515.216.116.517.016.316.516.4 2. Non-tax receipts 3.43.54.22.92.93.14.13.8 of which: Interest receipts 0.50.40.30.30.40.40.30.2 B. Capital Receipts 8.09.87.48.78.07.06.96.7 of which: a) Disinvestment proceeds 0.00.40.30.20.30.30.30.5 b) Recovery of loans & advances 0.3 0.20.10.30.10.10.10.1 II. Total Disbursements (a+b+c) 28.428.627.627.727.126.427.827.0 a) Revenue 24.124.423.523.623.322.723.622.7 b) Capital 3.93.83.43.33.33.33.84.0 c) Loans and Advances 0.40.40.60.80.50.40.40.3 III. Revenue Deficit 4.35.73.24.23.53.33.02.4 I V. Gross Fiscal Deficit 8.39.36.97.86.96.66.96.3 Source: Reserve Bank of India. Notes: RE: Revised Estimates BE : Budget Estimates * Data from 2013-14 onwards are provisional and pertain to budgets of 2\ 5 states governments. (1) Negative (-) sign indicates surplus in deficit indicators. (2) The ratios to GDP at current market prices are based on CSO's National Accounts 2004-05 series and data from 2011-12 onwards are based on new base 2011-12. (3) Capital receipts include public accounts on a net basis. (4) Capital disbursements are exclusive of public accounts. Economic Survey 2015-16 A64 Table 3.1: Employment in Organised Sectors—Public and Private (As on \ March 31, 2012) (in lakh persons) 2006 2007200820092010 20112012 1 2 345678 Public Sector A. By branch 1 Central Government 28.628.027.426.625.524.625.2 2 State Governments 73.072.171.772.473.572.271.8 3 Quasi-Governments 59.158.658.058.458.758.158.0 4 Local bodies 21.221.319.720.720.920.521.1 Total 181.9180.0176.7178.0178.6175.5176.1 B. By industry 1 Agriculture, hunting etc. 4.74.84.74.84.84.84.7 2 Mining and quarrying 11.511.411.211.111.010.9 10.8 3 Manufacturing 10.910.910.410.610.710.210.7 4 Electricity, gas and water 8.58.58.08.48.48.38.2 5 Construction 8.98.78.58.58.68.58.3 6 Wholesale and retail trade 1.81.81.71.71.71.71.7 7 Transport, storage & communications 26.826.426.326.025.323.824.9 8 Finance, insurance, real estate etc. 13.913.713.513.614.113.613.6 9 Community, social & personal services 91.890.988.590.190.591.090.4 Total 178.7176.9172.8174.8175.1172.7173.3 Private Sector 1 Argiculture, hunting etc. 10.39.59.99.09.29.29.2 2 Mining and quarrying 1.01.01.11.21.61.31.4 3 Manufacturing 45.547.549.752.051.854.055.3 4 Electricity, gas and water 0.40.50.50.60.60.70.6 5 Construction 0.60.70.70.80.91.01.2 6 Wholesale and retail trade 3.94.12.74.75.15.56.0 7 Transport, storgage & communications 0.91.01.01.31.71.92.1 8 Finance, insurance,real estate etc. 6.58.811.0 13.1 15.517.219.1 9 Community, social & personal services 18.819.521.720.221.423.524.5 Total 87.792.498.4102.9 107.9 114.2119.4 By Sex A. Public Sector 1. Male 151.9149.8146.3147.0146.7143.8144.6 2. Female 30.030.230.430.932.031.731.5 Total 181.9180.0176.7178.0178.6175.5176.1 B. Private Sector 1. Male 66.969.874.078.981.886.790.7 2. Female 21.222.924.725.026.627.829.0 Total 88.192.798.8103.8 108.5 114.5119.7 C. Public and Private Sectors 1. Male 218.7219.6220.4225.9228.5230.5235.3 2. Female 51.253.155.155.858.659.560.5 Total 269.9272.8275.5281.7287.1290.0295.8 Source : Directorate General of Employment, Ministry of Labour & Employment. Notes: 1. Excludes Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Lakshadweep as these are not yet covered under the programme. 2. Industry-wise break-up may not tally with public sector, private sector and grand total due to non-inclusion of data as per NIC\ 1998, in respect of J&K , Manipur and Daman & Diu in 2012. Economic Survey 2015-16 A65 Table 3.2 : Performance of Central Public Sector Enterprises (R Crore) Particulars 2005-062006-072007-082008-092009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-142014-15 1 2345678910 11 No. of operating enterprises 226 217 214 213 217 220 225 230 234 235 Capital employed 585484 661338 724009 792232 908007 1153833 1337821 1508177 1710453 1834050 Total gross turnover/ revenue 837295 964890 1096308 1271529 1244805 1498018 1822049 1945814 2066057 1995902 Total net income/revenue 829873 970356 1102772 1309639 1272219 1470569 1804614 1931186 2056336 1965235 Net worth 397275 454134 518485 583144 652993 709498 776162 850921 926663 962791 Profit before dep., impairment, int., exc. items, ex. ord. items, & taxes (PBDIEET) 150262 177990 195049 186836 211184 216602 250654 255936 289361 281634 Depreciation, depletion & amortization 34848 33141 36668 36780 41603 57118 63591 66109 69817 77530 (DRE)/impairment 992 5841 5802 7661 9565 187 154 436 851 549 Profit before interest, exc. items, ex. ord. items & taxes (PBIEET) 114422 139008 152579 142395 160017 159298 186910 189390 218693 203555 Interest 23708 27481 32126 39300 36060 26521 36152 38184 51638 56801 Profit before exp. items ex. or.items & taxes ( PBEET) 90714 111527 120453 103095 123957 132777 150758 151207 167055 146754 Exceptional items ------1479 3957 -13525 -14618 -2493 Profit before ex. or. items & tax. (PBET) 90714 111527 120453 103095 123957 134256 146801 164732 181673 149246 Extra-ordinary items -3192 -3880 -1570 -14600 -8264 -2695 -428 -1276 -1550 -985 Profit before tax (PBT) 93906 115407 122023 117695 132221 136951 147230 166008 183223 150232 Tax provisions 24370 34352 40749 33828 40018 44871 48985 51025 55178 47229 Net profit/loss after tax from continuing operations 69536 81055 81274 83867 92203 92079 98245 114982 128045 103002 Net profit/loss after tax from discontinuing operations -----49 1 -1250 0 Overall net profit/loss 69536 81055 81274 83867 92203 92129 98246 114981 128295 103003 Profit of profit-making cpses 76382 89581 91577 98488 108434 113944 125929 143543 149636 130363 Loss of loss incurring cpses 6845 8526 10303 14621 16231 -21816 -27683 -28562 -21341 -27360 Profit – making cpses (no.) 160 154 160 158 157 158 161 151 164 157 Loss – incurring cpses (no.) 63 61 54 55 60 62 64 78 70 77 CPSEs making no profit/loss (no.) 1 1 ---0 0 1 0 1 Dividend 22886 26819 28123 25501 33223 35700 42627 49703 65115 56527 Dividend tax 3215 4107 4722 4132 5151 5372 5877 6704 8709 8642 Source : Department of Public Enterprises. Economic Survey 2015-16 A66 Table 4.1: Scheduled Commercial Banks : Seasonal Flow of Funds (R Crore) 2008-09 2009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-142014-152015-16 Items H1H2H1H2H1H2H1H2H1H2H1H2H1H2H1 1 2345678910 1112 13141514 Sources 1 Increase in aggregate deposits 242388 394782284494374223218449496694326878374235383090458282399896555210347996479730375101 2 Increase in borrowings from RBI 2094 5633-11728 422274 2716-2333 60577713512020640 -61543092 73497-94166 3 Increase in other borrowings@ 5900 1532-19495 983615677 1138640853 34260 -538420594 32942-33569 -33371 3820515126 4 Increase in other demand and time liabilities -1886 11051 1163510265 106811317 18100 13484 170636539 -259729294 263516235 -4457 5 Residual (Net) 20077-89931 31894449084727749845 666097635 -25620 -175736734-58126 -62017-20456 19919 Total 268573323068296800439273284744571958390158525671361505518777487615492194298334587210 311523 Uses 1 Increase in bank credit 189112224524 99121370118 180440 51685152743 517026151888496718341562392075123970418354149471 2 Increase in investments 12844181852 205675 126678945427413200747 35421209966 58351105416 101300150982128023150061 3 Increase in cash in hand 5438-3201 4518 7794475 2935665 1194660 -2992256 3123339240935075 4 Increase in balances with RBI 61179 -80107 -12514 55709103752739831003-26896 -5010-35993 38381-430419989 36740 6916 Total 268573323068296800439273284744571958390158525671361505518777487615492194298334587210 311523 Source: Reserve Bank of India Notes : @ Excludes borrowings from RBI, IDBI, EXIM Bank and NABARD. H1 - April to September H2 - October to March 1. Data on aggregate deposits also reflect redemption of Resurgent India Bonds (RIBs) of ` 226.93 billion, since October 1, 2003. 2. Residual (net) is the balance of Uses of Funds over Sources of F\ unds and includes borrowings from RBI, IDBI, EXIM Bank and NABARD. 3. The data relate to last reporting Fridays. 4. Figures may not add up to totals due to rounding off. Economic Survey 2015-16 A67 Table 4.2: Scheduled Commercial Banks: Variations in Selected Items (R Crore) Items Outstanding 2008-092009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-142014-152014-15Outstanding as on March 28, 2008 Mar 28 to Mar 27 Mar 27 to Mar 26 Mar 26 to Mar 25 Mar 25 to Mar 23 Mar 23 to Mar 22 Mar 22 to Mar 21 Mar 21 to Mar 20 Mar 20 to Dec 25 (P) as on Dec 25 2015 (P) 1 2345678910 11 1. Demand deposits 94579-1225122525 -3904-16376 36969516228010863616 857645 2. Time deposits* @ 490427638395536191719048717488804402903484747617587759 8327015 3. Aggregate deposits @ 585006637170658716715143 701113841371 955106827725651367 9184652 4. Borrowings from RBI -22457728-11686 4989372312833 20026116589 35034193236 5. Cash in hand & balances with RBI 78805-16690 4849242541 9891-36642 394566421545645 472074 6. Investments in Govt.securities 182603197124222609 118753237870 268636207541278557203358 2693109 7. Bank credit 430724413636469239697295669769648607733637542325480577 7016997 Source: Reserve Bank of India. Notes : (P): Provisional * Revised in line with the new accounting standards and are consistent w\ ith the methodology suggested by the Working Group on Money Supply : Analytics and Methodology of Compilation (June 1998) from 1998-99 onwards. The revision is in respect of pension and provident funds with commercial banks which are classified as other demand and time liabilities and includes those banks which have reported such changes so far . @ Data also reflect redemption of Resurgent India Bonds of R 226.93 billion, since October 2003. Economic Survey 2015-16 A68 Table 4.3 : Scheduled Commercial Banks’ Outstanding Advances against Sensitive Commodities (R crore) Commodities March 2012 March 2013 March 2014 October 2014 March 2015 October 2015 Variation during March 2014 over March 2013 Variation during October 2014 over March 2014 Variation during March 2015 over March 2014 Variation during October 2015 over March 2015 1 234567 8910 11 1. Paddy and rice 1831423218 2591124803 3006827588 2693-1108 4157-2480 2. Wheat 300040164146677767105649 1302631 2564-1061 3. Pulses 359440313395355241954501 -663 184800305 4. Other food grains 230326963368349744973956 6991021129 -541 5. Sugar 157181545115940135181486313979 489-2422 -1077 -884 6. Khandsari 330446402260378298 -44-142 -24-80 7. Gur 212361410355382243 49-55 -28-139 8. Groundnut 4785586581654 18101412 1009961152 -398 9. Rapeseed/Mustardseed 528478790855574586 312 65-216 12 10. Linseed 161518171413 3-1 -4-1 11. Castorseed 163298651617568583 353 -34-83 15 12. Cottonseed 259407375254433357 -32-121 58-76 13. Soyabean 135912001778 7971382 1088 578-981 -396-294 14. Other oilseeds 7758809038519301013 23-52 2782 15 Groundnut oil 810861834765785723 -27-69-49-62 16. Rapeseed/Mustard Oil 386631383369472315 -248 -1489-157 17. Castor oil 456447492435437405 45-57 -55-32 18. Linseed oil 104161506557 20-11 4-8 19. Cottonseed oil 639423731584695616 308-147 -36-80 20. Soyabean oil 132119591504129715611498 -455-207 57-63 21. Other Veg. oil 158720121569123314444002 -443-336-1252558 22. Vanaspati 484338537383434252 199-154 -103-182 23. Cotton & Kapas 155621590316602166661888117706 699642279 -1175 24. Raw Jute 639521551641740651 3090189 -89 Total 689437719182009802329232087489 4818-1777 10311 -4831 Source : Reserve Bank of India. Notes : a : Data are provisional 1. Effective from October 10, 2000 all commodities except unreleased stocks o\ f levy sugar stand exempted from selective credit controls. 2. Figures may not add up to total due to rounding. Economic Survey 2015-16 A69 Table 4.4: Branch Expansion of Public Sector Banks and Other Commercial Banks Branches as on June 30 2012 20132014 2015 Total Total Total Total Rural % of rural branches to total 1 23456 7 SBI and its Associates 20560217752338924128 7955 33.0 Nationalised Banks 50214541866036164318 21135 32.9 Other Public Sector Banks 101311461475 1861 397 21.3 Foreign Banks 329342327333 8 2.4 Regional Rural Banks 1725918214193802029014681 72.4 Local Area Banks 697989105 29 27.6 Private Sector Banks 14268166901893020715 4273 20.6 Total 103712112432123951 131750 48478 36.8 Source: RBI Economic Survey 2015-16 A70 Table 4.5: Advances to Agriculture and other Priority Sectors by Public Sector Banks SectorsNumber of Accounts ( in thousand) Amount Outstanding (R crore) March 2013 March 2014 March 2015 March 2013 March 2014 March 2015 1 234567 1. Agriculture 436724833751285530677 687242756233 (a) Direct Finance a42891 4758150614446085 525089582063 (b) Indirect Finance a781 75667184592 162153 174170 2. Small Scale Industries b 3.Micro & Small Enterprises 756182958348478444 587423647855 4. Setting up of Industrial Estates 5. Small road & water transport Operators 6. Retail Trade 7. Small Business 8. Professional &self employed persons 9. Micro Credit 10 Education 24772556253950954 5509257068 11. Consumption 12. State sponsored Corpns/Organisations for on lending to Other Priority Sector 13. State sponsored organisation for SC/ST purchase & supply of inputs & marketing of outputs 14. Housing Loans 392140104096214759 235609248459 15. Funds provided to RRBs 16. Advances to Self Help Groups 17. Advances to Software Industries 18. Advances to Food & Agro Processing Sector 19. Investment in Venture Capital 20. Total Priority Sector Advances c58601 64346672461283680 16189711750893 21. ANBC d3530473 41105914689465 Percentage to ANBC 1. Agriculture 15.0316.7216.13 (a) Direct Finance a12.64 12.7712.41 (b) Indirect Finance a2.40 3.943.71 2. Small Scale Industries b 3.Micro & Small Enterprises 13.5514.2913.82 4. Setting up of Industrial Estates 5. Small road & water transport Operators 6. Retail Trade 7. Small Business 8. Professional &self employed persons 9. Micro Credit 10 Education 1.441.341.22 11. Consumption 12. State sponsored corpns/Organisations for on lending to Other Priority Sector 13. State sponsored organisation for SC/ST purchase &supply of inputs &marketing of outputs 14. Housing Loans 6.085.735.30 15. Funds provided to RRBs 16. Advances to Self Help Groups 17. Advances to Software Industries 18. Advances to Food & Agro Processing Sector 19. Investment in Venture Capital 20. Total Priority Sector Advances 36.3639.3937.34 Source: Reserve Bank of India Notes: a : Excludes advances to plantations other than development finance b: Includes small business c : Total priority sector advances is the total of items 1 to 12 & 14 to 17 and half of item 13 d : ANBC stands for Adjusted Net Bank Credit Economic Survey 2015-16 A71 Table 4.6 : State-wise Number of Reporting Bank-offices, Aggregate Deposit and Gross Bank Credit of SCBs and Percentage Share of Advances to Priority Sectors by PSBs State or UTsNumber of Reporting Bank Offices Deposit ( R in crore) Credit ( R in crore) Percentage share of advances to priority sector in total bank credit of PSBs March 2015 September 2015 March 2015 September 2015 March 2015 September 2015 March 2015 September 2015 1 234 56 78 9 1 Andaman & Nicobar Islands 61612,949 3,0751,182 1,234 62 na 2 Andhra Pradesh 6,0846,274187,176 190,915197,831 196,897 42na 3 Arunachal Pradesh 1341388,009 7,5922,151 2,238 38 na 4 Assam 2,0472,13997,378 95,77735,911 37,176 56na 5 Bihar 6,0156,249216,863 221,51772,132 71,895 68na 6 Chandigarh 38038755,401 50,54458,861 61,101 17na 7 Chhattisgarh 2,1792,24199,177 99,54261,023 61,559 40na 8 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 53542,717 3,0309491,015 62 na 9 Daman & Diu 46463,334 3,535806 80869 na 10 Goa 64865551,625 53,82213,779 13,779 12na 11 Gujarat 6,9657,094477,834 486,272348,432 343,925 49na 12 Haryana 4,2884,409222,745 230,261165,493 160,381 41na 13 Himachal Pradesh 1,4391,46459,850 62,23220,904 20,149 51na 14 Jammu & Kashmir 1,5781,64773,718 73,51331,097 32,810 65na 15 Jharkhand 2,6982,756142,189 146,73141,202 41,165 62na 16 Karnataka 9,0029,215634,209 640,867431,840 429,423 54na 17 Kerala 5,9816,039320,010 335,133209,656 207,974 45na 18 Lakshadweep 1313761 90069 7057 na 19 Madhya Pradesh 5,8155,941277,873 288,349153,418 157,223 51na 20 Maharashtra 11,28411,5052,133,718 2,023,3811,976,057 1,898,531 64na 21 Manipur 1351405,736 5,1231,947 2,069 23 na 22 Meghalaya 29029416,652 16,8074,316 4,259 55 na 23 Mizoram 1451515,321 5,2532,003 2,029 37 na 24 Nagaland 1441486,946 6,8072,272 2,296 64 na 25 Nct of Delhi 3,2443,334882,331 928,158913,813 848,510 33na 26 Odisha 4,2804,387189,205 193,65779,849 74,580 45na 27 Puducherry 21922510,996 11,9627,880 7,841 64 na 28 Punjab 5,7915,953261,873 268,274196,439 191,446 56na Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A72 Table 4.6 : State-wise Number of Reporting Bank-offices, Aggregate Deposit and Gross Bank Credit of SCBs and Percentage Share of Advances to Priority Sectors by PSBs State or UTsNumber of Reporting Bank Offices Deposit ( R in crore) Credit ( R in crore) Percentage share of advances to priority sector in total bank credit of PSBs March 2015 September 2015 March 2015 September 2015 March 2015 September 2015 March 2015 September 2015 1 234 56 78 9 29 Rajasthan 6,2526,408235,472 240,691201,512 203,902 55na 30 Sikkim 1211235,716 5,7141,465 1,484 62 na 31 Tamil Nadu 9,4419,689545,350 556,328651,620 639,847 41na 32 Telangana 4,5214,648327,856 328,105335,657 338,915 nana 33 Tripura 37039915,460 15,9395,207 5,251 75 na 34 Uttar Pradesh 15,27515,621672,765 683,363302,338 298,860 53na 35 Uttarakhand 1,8521,88888,651 90,49930,600 29,921 74na 36 West Bengal 7,0737,416553,113 566,580321,137 315,415 32na All India 125,863129,1518,890,982 8,940,2506,880,849 6,705,977 35na Source: RBI na: Not availabe Notes: 1) ‘Public Sector banks’ comprises of State Bank of India and its associates, Nationalised banks\ and ‘Other Public Sector Banks’. ‘Other Public Sector Banks’\ comprises IDBI Bank Limited and Bharatiya Mahila Bank Ltd. 2) Aggregate deposits represent the demand and time liabilities of a bank (\ excluding inter-bank deposits). The Gross Bank Credit represents bank credit (excluding inter bank adva\ nces) as per form ‘A’ return under section 42 (2) of RBI Act 1934 together with outstanding amount of bills rediscounted with RBI/ financial institutions. 3) Figures may not add up to totals because of rounding. 4) Source: Quarterly Statistics on Deposits and Credit of Scheduled Commerc\ ial Banks collected by Department of Statistics and Information Manageme\ nt (DSIM), RBI from scheduled commercial banks through BSR-7 return 5) Share of Priority sector advances based on the Annual returns received from Public Sector Banks. Economic Survey 2015-16 A73 Table 5.1 : Index Numbers of Wholesale Prices Primary articlesFuel & power Manufactured products All commodities Total Food articles Non- Food articles Minerals TotalFood products Textiles Chemi- cals & chemical products Basic metals, alloys & metal products Machinery & machine tools Total Food grains Weight-Base (1993-94)=100 22.015.4 5.06.1 0.514.2 63.8 11.59.8 11.9 8.38.4100.0 Weight-Base (2004-05)=100 20.114.3 4.14.3 1.514.9 65.0 10.07.3 12.0 10.78.9100.0 1 23 45 678 910 11 1213 14 Last week of (1993-94 = 100) 1994-95 121115 119137 104109117 113128 121 116109 116.9 1995-96 125124 127129 93115 123 118126 130 123113122.2 1996-97 136138 144133 109130126 130115 136 128117128.8 1997-98 142144 139142 100148129 137117 137 132115134.6 1998-99 153157 167146 118153135 150114 152 133116141.7 1999-00 159168 176141 104193139 150116 160 137116150.9 2000-01 162168 170149 118223144 145122 167 142127 159.2 2001-02 168177 170150 120231144 145116 171 140130 161.8 2002-03 178178 176183 118256152 158128 178 150130 172.3 2003-04 181178 175191 148263162 174139 179 183134 180.3 2004-05 183184 179177 249290169 174131 186 214144 189.5 Last month of (2004-05 = 100) 2005-06 104105 113 97119 117104 102100 105 103105 105.7 2006-07 118119 126107 135119110 107101 110 116112 112.8 2007-08 129126 137124 173127118 116101 116 138115121.5 2008-09 136136 152125 168123120 123103 116 130118123.5 2009-10 166164 172150 232140126 142112 120 133120 136.3 2010-11 188179 176191 267158136 145132 129 148123 149.5 2011-12 208197 186190 359178143 154128 139 163126 161.0 2012-13 223214 216208 352192149 166133 146 165129 170.1 2013-14 239235 231218 346214154 169143 153 168133 180.3 2014-15 239249 236203 243188154 170140 151 162135 176.1 Average of weeks (1993-94 = 100) 1994-95 116113 115124 105109112 114118 117 108106 112.6 1995-96 125122 122135 95115 122 118129 127 120112121.6 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A74 Table 5.1 : Index Numbers of Wholesale Prices Primary articlesFuel & power Manufactured products All commodities Total Food articles Non- Food articles Minerals TotalFood products Textiles Chemi- cals & chemical products Basic metals, alloys & metal products Machinery & machine tools Total Food grains Weight-Base (1993-94)=100 22.015.4 5.06.1 0.514.2 63.8 11.59.8 11.9 8.38.4100.0 Weight-Base (2004-05)=100 20.114.3 4.14.3 1.514.9 65.0 10.07.3 12.0 10.78.9100.0 1 23 45 678 910 11 1213 14 1996-97 136137 138134 107126124 125119 131 126116127.2 1997-98 139141 139138 100144128 135115 137 131115132.8 1998-99 156159 152152 111148134 150114 146 133116140.7 1999-00 158165 176143 110162137 151115 155 135116145.3 2000-01 163170 174147 113208142 146120 164 140123 155.7 2001-02 168176 172153 119227144 146119 169 141129 161.3 2002-03 174179 174165 119239148 153122 174 145130 166.8 2003-04 181181 176186 122255156 167132 177 168133 175.9 2004-05 188186 177188 255280166 175136 182 203140 187.2 Average of months (2004-05 = 100) 2005-06 104105 107 97115 114102 10199 104 102104 104.5 2006-07 114116 122102 137121108 107101 109 112110 111.4 2007-08 124124 131114 153121113 110102 113 123114116.6 2008-09 138135 145129 187135120 120103 118 138117126.0 2009-10 155155 166136 203132123 136107 118 130118130.8 2010-11 182180 174167 253148130 141120 124 141121 143.3 2011-12 200193 181183 321169140 151129 135 156125 156.1 2012-13 220212 207202 347186147 163131 144 166128 167.6 2013-14 242239 226213 346205151 169139 149 165132 177.6 2014-15 249253 235212 309203155 173143 153 166135 181.2 2014-15 April 242239 230217 346212155 172143 153 167133 180.8 May 247245 231219 346212155 173144 153 167134 182.0 June 250250 232216 347212155 173144 153 167135 183.0 July 257259 235217 347215156 175144 154 167135 185.0 August 261 265237219 341214156 176144 154 167135 185.9 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A75 Table 5.1 : Index Numbers of Wholesale Prices Primary articlesFuel & power Manufactured products All commodities Total Food articles Non- Food articles Minerals TotalFood products Textiles Chemi- cals & chemical products Basic metals, alloys & metal products Machinery & machine tools Total Food grains Weight-Base (1993-94)=100 22.015.4 5.06.1 0.514.2 63.8 11.59.8 11.9 8.38.4100.0 Weight-Base (2004-05)=100 20.114.3 4.14.3 1.514.9 65.0 10.07.3 12.0 10.78.9100.0 1 23 45 678 910 11 1213 14 September 258262 237215 337213156 174144 154 166135 185.0 October 253259 236210 324211156 174143 153 167135 183.7 November 251258 236209 306200155 173142 153 165135 181.2 December 244252 235208 274195155 172141 152 165135 178.7 January 242252 238207 243189155 172141 152 165135 177.3 February 241251 238206 248181154 171140 151 164135 175.6 March 239249 236203 243188154 170140 151 162135 176.1 2015-16 April 244253 237211 247184154 170140 151 161135 176.4 May 244251 240217 254192154 172141 151 160135 178.0 June 249258 246219 251194154 173141 152 159135 179.1 July 246256 247216 244190154 172141 151 157135 177.6 August 250263 249218 224179153 172140 151 154135 176.5 September 252264 251220 222176153 173140 151 155135 176.5 October 253267 258221 215176153 175140 151 154135 176.9 November P 257 271 261222 218178153 175140 151 152135 177.6 December P 258 273 262224 212177153 175140 150 150135 177.4 Source : Office of the Economic Adviser, Ministry of Commerce & Industry. P: Provisional Economic Survey 2015-16 A76 Table 5.2 : Index Numbers of Wholesale Prices – Selected Commodities and Commodity Groups RiceWheat Pulses Te aRaw cotton Raw jute Ground- nut seed Coal Mineral oils Sugar, khandsari & gur Edible oils Cotton yarn Cotton cloth (Mills) Jute,hemp & mestatextiles Fertili- zers Cement Iron, steel & ferroalloys a Weight-Base: (1993-94=100) 2.451.38 0.60.16 1.36 0.11 1.031.75 6.99 3.932.763.31 0.90.383.691.73 3.72 Weight-Base: (2004-05=100) 1.791.120.72 0.110.70 0.06 0.402.09 9.36 2.093.041.38 1.23 0.262.661.39 6.88 1 234567 89 10 1112 13 14 151617 18 Last week of (Base:1993-94=100) 1994-95 112113124 76173 140 136106 106 110118152 134 121122127 112 1995-96 120119147 93131 261 130107 106 114111141 141 164130140 119 1996-97 130156145 113136 na 130125 129 126112135 148 150137130 126 1997-98 135137152162166 117 138144 146 134120143 150 152137121 133 1998-99 161171152123155108 148144 144 154135143 155 160142128 134 1999-00 166180169104145156 139156 204 158111140 155 170155127 136 2000-01 165172182 116156 171 140185 240 149105153 157 169160153 137 2001-02 162177176 91123 187 145181 243 145119139 161 184166146 137 2002-03 168178177104165131 199181 287 129151153 162 165169147 150 2003-04 165188172101185141 180198 287 148161183 168 175169149 201 2004-05 170186168 114141 191 167232 333 174147153 172 199175164 244 Last month of (Base:2004-05=100) 2005-06 105117126 9291159 94118 122 1129398 98 114103 106 97 2006-07 115129 147 9799118 132118 123 97107 98 97 120105130 111 2007-08 131140148 110122 130 147136 133 93127 100 98110107 138 138 2008-09 151151159156124142 141151 124 126114102 105 125108148 126 2009-10 163173199129149173 153163 147 178114123 109 157110151 127 2010-11 167173191138303240 171185 168 164129179 128 182121154 143 2011-12 175172 210145196227 231210 193 169142150 131 171141163 158 2012-13 206205233212214273 266190 214 184147164 134 182152172 158 2013-14 232218228170234270 197190 237 178147185 142 187153164 161 2014-15 234216258156178310 223190 194 171145169 145 202156178 153 Average of weeks (Base:1993-94=100) 1994-95 111109 122 82154 120 123105 106 119111136 120 110116112 106 1995-96 117112135 103159189 135106 106 113117147 139 148129130 117 1996-97 129137151105133189 135118 123 119115137 146 153129134 124 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A77 Table 5.2 : Index Numbers of Wholesale Prices – Selected Commodities and Commodity Groups RiceWheat Pulses Te aRaw cotton Raw jute Ground- nut seed Coal Mineral oils Sugar, khandsari & gur Edible oils Cotton yarn Cotton cloth (Mills) Jute,hemp & mestatextiles Fertili- zers Cement Iron, steel & ferroalloys a Weight-Base: (1993-94=100) 2.451.38 0.60.16 1.36 0.11 1.031.75 6.99 3.932.763.31 0.90.383.691.73 3.72 Weight-Base: (2004-05=100) 1.791.120.72 0.110.70 0.06 0.402.09 9.36 2.093.041.38 1.23 0.262.661.39 6.88 1 234567 89 10 1112 13 14 151617 18 1997-98 134138146160155102 134140 139 134114141 149 136136129 130 1998-99 146152160150167108 151144 143 154139142 156 151138131 133 1999-00 171175166152147 113 140149 160 156122141 155 161143128 134 2000-01 168177180128157150 140161 226 153103150 156 163158137 137 2001-02 167175190 117149 182 144182 240 146113148 159 181161149 137 2002-03 166176181 118142 154 169181 255 135138145 162 169168145 143 2003-04 169181177109181137 181194 274 139158166 166 160169147 180 2004-05 168184174131166160 182223 315 163156167 173 181171153 232 Average of months (Base:2004-05=100) 2005-06 105105 113 8990135 97118 117 1099495 99 112102 102 100 2006-07 110125 149104 97136 110118 127 107102 98 97 115104 119 105 2007-08 122134145104 112122 140122 126 91116 101 99111106 138 119 2008-09 141148156153141138 144151 142 107122103 103 117107 139 137 2009-10 158166191174139160 148156 136 162114111 107 146108149 124 2010-11 167171197148199 211 165165 157 161121142 115 165117151 136 2011-12 172168202151225223 200191 184 168136155 132 176133157 150 2012-13 194194241199206242 247209 202 186148157 134 178149169 160 2013-14 226212228196237262 219191 226 183147175 139 184152167 158 2014-15 241212241 179206288 210190 220 183145179 144 193155170 158 2014-15 April 234213229193229277 200190 233 184146186 143 189154163 159 May 238208231200231290 203190 234 184146189 143 189154164 160 June 241207231198230293 206190 234 185145188 143 190154166 160 July 245209234195228279 205190 238 189146187 144 191154166 160 August 247210239177221267 209190 237 190146185 144 191154167 159 September 247210241175215268 221190 236 189143181 144 191155173 159 October 247210238177195277 217190 231 188144178 145 191155173 160 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A78 Table 5.2 : Index Numbers of Wholesale Prices – Selected Commodities and Commodity Groups RiceWheat Pulses Te aRaw cotton Raw jute Ground- nut seed Coal Mineral oils Sugar, khandsari & gur Edible oils Cotton yarn Cotton cloth (Mills) Jute,hemp & mestatextiles Fertili- zers Cement Iron, steel & ferroalloys a Weight-Base: (1993-94=100) 2.451.38 0.60.16 1.36 0.11 1.031.75 6.99 3.932.763.31 0.90.383.691.73 3.72 Weight-Base: (2004-05=100) 1.791.120.72 0.110.70 0.06 0.402.09 9.36 2.093.041.38 1.23 0.262.661.39 6.88 1 234567 89 10 1112 13 14 151617 18 November 245212241171191291 212190 214 184144174 145 190155171 158 December 240215243173192299 206190 206 180143172 145 193155169 157 January 239217255170185298 207190 197 177147172 144 198155172 156 February 239216257161177308 215190 183 174146170 144 200156174 154 March 234216258156178310 223190 194 171145169 145 202156178 153 2015-16 April 234216264175190309 233190 188 169144168 146 200156175 151 May 234213285180200 311 246190 200 166147169 146 200157172 149 June 237211316 179197357 258190 203 162149170 146 203158174 148 July 238213319183196362 250190 195 158148169 145 208158170 145 August 237215326180192362 254190 178 157148168 145 213158172 142 September 238217335177193372 263190 172 160148166 145 218159175 143 October 239219365180184401 241190 173 164150165 145 222159173 141 November P 238 222380185183433 232190 176 165150165 145 223159174 139 December P 237 223378191188453 242190 174 166152164 147 227158174 136 Source : Office of the Economic Adviser, Ministry of Commerce & Industry. Notes: P: Provisional na: Not available a : composite index of Iron &Steel and Ferro Alloy for base 1993-94 and Iron & semis, steel long, steel flat, stainless steel & alloys and ferro alloys for base 2004-05 Economic Survey 2015-16 A79 Table 5.3 : All India Consumer Price Index Numbers Industrial Workers (CPI-IW)New Series (CPI-NS)Agricultural Labourers (CPI-AL) Rural Labourers (CPI-RL) Base (1982=100 & 2001=100) (2010=100 & 2012=100)(1986-87=100)(1986-87=100) Description Food Non-Food General RuralUrbanCombined General General 1 23456 7 89 Average of Months 1995-96 337280313 …… … 237 238 b 1996-97 369307342 …… … 256 256 1997-98 388336366 …… … 264 266 1998-99 445372414 …… … 293 294 1999-00 446404428 …… … 306 307 2000-01 453433444 …… … 305 307 2001-02 466460463 …… … 309 311 2002-03 477488482 …… … 319 321 2003-04 495507500 …… … 331 333 2004-05 506538520 …… … 340 342 2005-06 527 a563a542a…… … 353 355 2006-07 126124125 …… … 380 382 2007-08 136130133 …… … 409 409 2008-09 153138145 …… … 450 451 2009-10 176151163 …… … 513 513 2010-11 194168180 …… … 564 564 2011-12 206185195113.1 110.4 111.9 611611 2012-13 230202215124.5 121.8 123.3 672673 2013-14 259216236136.4 133.3 135.0 750751 2014-15 276230251119.5 118.1 118.9 800802 Last Month of 1995-96 339292319 …… … 237 238 1996-97 373322351 …… … 262 262 1997-98 401352380 …… … 272 273 1998-99 431391414 …… … 296 296 1999-00 446418434 …… … 306 307 2000-01 446444445 …… … 300 302 2001-02 462476468 …… … 309 311 2002-03 479498487 …… … 324 326 2003-04 494517504 …… … 332 334 2004-05 502555525 …… … 340 342 2005-06 115 a122a119a…… … 358 360 2006-07 129125127 …… … 392 393 2007-08 141134137 …… … 423 423 2008-09 156141148 …… … 463 464 2009-10 181161170 …… … 536 536 2010-11 196176185106.9 103.9 105.6 585584 2011-12 212192201116.2 114.6 115.5 625626 2012-13 240210224128.3 126.5 127.5 704705 2013-14 258223239139.7 136.0 138.1 763765 2014-15 276235254121.1 119.1 120.2 803 807 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A80 Table 5.3 : All India Consumer Price Index Numbers Industrial Workers (CPI-IW)New Series (CPI-NS)Agricultural Labourers (CPI-AL) Rural Labourers (CPI-RL) Base (1982=100 & 2001=100) (2010=100 & 2012=100)(1986-87=100)(1986-87=100) Description Food Non-Food General RuralUrbanCombined General General 1 23456 7 89 2014-15 April 264223242115.4 114.7 115.1 771773 May 267224244116.0 115.6 115.8 777780 June 270225246117.0 116.4 116.7 785787 July 280228252119.5 118.9 119.2 799801 August 282228253120.7 119.9 120.3 808810 September 280230253120.9 119.2 120.1 811813 October 280230253121.0 119.1 120.1 813815 November 280230253121.1 119.0 120.1 813816 December 277232253120.3 118.4 119.4 807810 January 276235254120.3 118.5 119.5 804808 February 275234253120.6 118.7 119.7 803806 March 276235254121.1 119.1 120.2 803807 2015-16 April 279236256121.5 119.7 120.7 805809 May 283237258122.4 120.7 121.6 811816 June 288238261124.1 121.7 123.0 820824 July 289241263124.7 122.4 123.6 822827 August 292240264126.1 123.2 124.8 832836 September 296240266127.0 123.5 125.4 839843 October 301242269127.7 124.2 126.1 849853 November 302243270128.3 124.6 126.6 853857 December 299243269127.9 (P) 124.0 (P) 126.1 (P) 853857 Source: 1. Labour Bureau, Shimla for consumer price indices for Industrial Workers (IW), Agricultural Labourers (AL) and Rural Labourers (RL), 2. CSO for consumer price indices for New Series (CPI-NS). Notes: P : Provisional 1. Weights of CPI-IW for food & non-food with base 1982=100 are 57% & 43% respectively and with base 2001=100 are 46.20% & 53.80% respectively. 2 CPI- New Series (Rural, Urban & Combined) with base 2010=100 was introduced w.e.f. January 2011. The CPI-UNME has since been totally discontinued. 3 CPI- New Series figures for 2014-15 and 2015-16 is based on new base 2012=100. a : The current series of CPI for Industrial Workers with 2001 base was introduced w.e.f. January, 2006 and the figures from 2005-06 (last month) are based on new base. The earlier series on base 1982=100 was simultaneously discontinued. The conversion factor from the current to the old series is 4.63 in case of the General Index, and 4.58\ for Food Index. b : Average index from November, 1995 to March 1996. Economic Survey 2015-16 A81 Table 5.4 : Index Numbers of Wholesale Prices – Relative Prices of Manufactured and Agricultural Products Year/MonthsGeneral Index of Wholesale Price Price Index of Manufactured Products Price Index of Agricultural Products a Manufactured price Index as per cent of Agricultural Price Index Weight (Base: 1993-94) 100.0063.7521.54Col.3/ Col.4*100 Weight (Base: 2004-05) 100.0064.9718.59 1 234 5 (Base : 1993-94 = 100) 1994-95 112.6112.3116.0 96.8 1995-96 121.6121.9126.0 96.8 1996-97 127.2124.4136.4 91.2 1997-98 132.8128.0140.3 91.2 1998-99 140.7133.6157.2 85.0 1999-00 145.3137.2159.1 86.2 2000-01 155.7141.7163.7 86.6 2001-02 161.3144.3169.5 85.1 2002-03 166.8148.1175.3 84.5 2003-04 175.9156.5182.9 85.6 2004-05 187.3166.3186.7 89.1 (Base : 2004-05 = 100) 2005-06 104.5102.4103.4 99.1 2006-07 111.4108.2 112.5 96.3 2007-08 116.6113.4121.5 93.4 2008-09 126.0120.4133.5 90.2 2009-10 130.8123.1151.0 81.7 2010-11 143.3130.1176.6 73.7 2011-12 156.1139.5190.4 73.3 2012-13 167.6147.1209.6 70.2 2013-14 177.6151.5233.0 65.0 2014-15 181.2155.1243.9 63.6 2014-15 April 180.8154.6233.9 66.1 May 182.0155.1238.7 65.0 June 183.0155.4242.3 64.1 July 185.0156.0249.2 62.6 August 185.9156.1254.7 61.3 September 185.0156.0251.3 62.1 October 183.7155.9247.5 63.0 November 181.2155.2246.4 63.0 December 178.7154.7242.0 63.9 January 177.3154.5242.1 63.8 February 175.6154.0240.4 64.1 March 176.1153.9238.6 64.5 2015-16 April 176.4153.9243.4 63.2 May 178.0154.3243.4 63.4 June 179.1154.2248.9 61.9 July 177.6153.6246.6 62.3 August 176.5153.0252.4 60.6 September 176.5153.3254.3 60.3 October 176.9153.3256.6 59.8 November P177.6 153.0259.7 58.9 December P 177.4152.6261.5 58.3 P: Provisional a : Composite Index of the sub-groups - (Food Articles and Non-food Articles). Source : Office of the Economic Adviser, Ministry of Commerce & Industry. Economic Survey 2015-16 A82 Table 5.5 : Minimum Support Price/Procurement Price for Crops (Crop Year Basis) (R /quintal) Commodities 1999-002002-03 b 2004-05 2005-062006-072007-082008-092009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-142014-152015-16 1 2345678910 1112 131415 Paddy (Common) 490550560570580 c 645 h 850 k 950 k 1000 10801250131013601410 Paddy (Grade ‘A’) 520580590600610 c 675 h 880 k 980 k 1030 11101280 134514001450 Wheat 580630640650 g 750 h 1000 1080 110011201285 1350140014501525 Jowar (Hybrid) 4154905155255406008408408809801500 150015301570 Jowar (Maldandi) ............555 6208608609001000 1520152015501590 Bajra 4154955155255406008408408809801175 1250 12501275 Ragi 4154905155255406009159159651050 1500150015501650 Maize 4154905255405406208408408809801175 1310 13101325 Barley 4305055405505656506807507809809801100 11501225 Gram 10151225142514351445160017301760210028003000310031753425 n Masur ......1525 15351545170018701870225028002900295030753325 n Arhar 11051325 1390140014101550 d 2000 23003000 l 3200 l 3850 430043504425 o Moong 11051335 1410152015201700 d 2520 27603170 l 3500 l 4400 450046004650 o Urad 11051335 1410152015201700 d 2520 25202900 l 3300 l 4300 430043504425 o Sugarcane a 56.10 69.5074.5079.5080.2581.1881.18129.84 139.12145.00 m 170.00 210.00220.00230.00 Cotton F-414/H-777 15751695176017601770 e 1800 e 2500 i 2500 i 2500 i 2800 i 3600 370037503800 Cotton H-4 750 17751895196019801990 f 2030 f 3000 j 3000 j 3000 j 3300 j 3900 400040504100 Groundnut 11551375 150015201520155021002100230027003700400040004030 Jute(TD-5) 7508508909101000 105512501375157516752200230024002700 Rapeseed/ mustard 11001340 170017151715180018301830185025003000305031003350 Sunflower 11551210 134015001500151022152215235028003700370037503800 Soyabean (Black) 7558059009009009101350 1350140016502200 25002500 … Soyabean (Yellow) 8458951000 10101020105013901390144016902240256025602600 p Safflower 11001305 155015651565165016501680180025002800300030503300 Toria 1065130516651680168017351735173517802425297030203020 … Copra (milling) 31003300350035703590362036604450445045255100525052505550 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A83 Table 5.5 : Minimum Support Price/Procurement Price for Crops (Crop Year Basis) (R /quintal) Commodities 1999-002002-03 b 2004-05 2005-062006-072007-082008-092009-10 2010-112011-122012-13 2013-142014-152015-16 1 2345678910 1112 131415 Copra balls 33253550375038203840387039104700470047755350550055005830 Sesamum 12051455150015501560158027502850290034004200450046004700 Niger seed 9151120 11801200 1220124024052405245029003500350036003650 Source: Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers Welfare Notes: a : Statutory Minimum Price (SMP) upto 2008-09. Fair and Remunerative \ Price (FRP) from 2009-10 onwards. b: Including Special onetime drought relief (SDR) price announced for \ 2002-03. c : An additional incentive bonus of Rs. 40 per quintal was payable on procu\ rement between January 10, 2006 to March 31, 2007. d: A bonus of Rs. 40 per quintal was payable over and above the MSP. e : Medium staple. f : Long staple. g : An incentive bonus of Rs. 50 per quintal is payable on wheat over the Mi\ nimum Support Price (MSP). h: An additional incentive bonus of Rs. 100 per quintal was payable over th\ e Minimum Support Price (MSP). i : Staple length (mm) of 24.5-25.5 and micronaire value of 4.3-5.1 j : Staple length (mm) of 29.5-30.5 and micronaire value of 3.5-4.3 k: An additional incentive bonus of Rs. 50 per quintal was payble over the \ MSP. l :Additional incentive at the rate of Rs. 500 per quintal of tur, urad and moong sold to procurement agencies . m: At 9.5 percent recovery, subject to a premium of Rs.1.53 for every 0.1 percent increase in the \ recovery above 9.5 percent. n: Bonus of Rs. 75 per quintal is payable over and above the MSP. o: Bonus of Rs. 200 per quintal is payable over and above the MSP. p: Single MSP has been fixed irrespective of the variety. Economic Survey 2015-16 A84 Table 6.1 (A): Foreign Exchange Reserves (R crore) Reserves Transactions with IMF End of Fiscal GoldRTPSDRs Foreign Currency Assets Total Drawals Repur- chases gOutstanding repurchase obligations Tonnes R croreR crore SDRs in million R crore R croreR crore (3+4+6+7) 1 234 56 78910 11 1950-51 220118 ......... 911 1029 ...... 48 1951-52 220118 ......... 747 865 ...... 48 1952-53 220118 ......... 763 881 ...... 48 1953-54 220118 ......... 792 910 ...17 30 1954-55 220118 ......... 774 892 ...17 13 1955-56 220118 ......... 785 903 ...7 6 1956-57 220118 ......... 563 681616 61 1957-58 220118 ......... 303 42135... 95 1958-59 220118 ......... 261 379 ...... 95 1959-60 220118 ......... 245 363 ...24 71 1960-61 220118 ......... 186 304 ...11 61 1961-62 220118 ......... 180 298119 61 119 1962-63 220118 ......... 177 29512... 131 1963-64 220118 ......... 188 306 ...24 107 1964-65 250134 ......... 116 2504848 107 1965-66 216116 ......... 182 2986536 137 1966-67 216183 ......... 296 4798943 313 1967-68 216183 ......... 356 5396843 338 1968-69 216183 ......... 391 574 ...59 279 1969-70 217183 ...12392 546 821 ...125 154 1970-71 216183 ...149112 438 733 ...154 ... 1971-72 216183 ...248194 480857 ...... ... 1972-73 216183 ...247226 479888 ...... ... 1973-74 216183 ...245230 58199462... 59 1974-75 216183 ...235229 6111023 485 ... 557 1975-76 216183 ...203211 1492 1886207 ... 804 1976-77 223188 ...187192 2863 3243 ...303 492 1977-78 229193 ...162170 4500 4863 ...249 210 1978-79 260220 ...365381 5220 5821 ...207 ... 1979-80 266225 ...529545 5164 5934 ...55 e... 1980-81 267226 ...491497 4822 5545274 a5 f268 1981-82 267226 ...425444 3355 4025637 b... 901 1982-83 267226 ...270291 4265 47821893 b... 2867 1983-84 267226 ...216248 5498 59721414 b72 h4444 1984-85 291246 ...147181 6817 7244219 b156 i4888 1985-86 325274 ...115161 7384 7819 ...253 j5285 1986-87 325274 ...139232 7645 8151 ...672 k5548 1987-88 325274 ...70125 7287 7686 ...1209 l 4732 1988-89 325274 ...80161 6605 7040 ...1547 m3696 1989-90 333281 ...82184 5787 62523334 c1460 n2572 1990-91 3336828 ...76200 4388 11416 3205 d1156 o5132 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A85 Table 6.1 (A): Foreign Exchange Reserves (R crore) Reserves Transactions with IMF End of Fiscal GoldRTPSDRs Foreign Currency Assets Total Drawals Repur- chases gOutstanding repurchase obligations Tonnes R croreR crore SDRs in million R crore R croreR crore (3+4+6+7) 1 234 56 78910 11 1991-92 3519039 ...66233 14578 2385042311127 p8934 1992-93 35410549 ...135520140 307441007868 q14986 1993-94 36712794 ...77339 47287 60420 ...420 r15812 1994-95 39613752 ...523 66006 79781 ...3585 s13545 1995-96 39815658 ...56280 58446 74384 ...5749 t8152 1996-97 39814557 ...1780368 94932 ...3461 u4714 1997-98 39613394 ...14102507 115905 ...2286 v2624 1998-99 35712559 ...634125412 138005 ...1652 w1220 1999-2000 35812973 ...316152924 165913 ...... ... 2000-01 35812711 ...211184482 197204 ...... ... 2001-02 35814868 ...850249118 264036 ...... ... 2002-03 35816785 3190 319341476 361470 ...... ... 2003-04 35818216 5688 210466215 490129 ...2598.2 ... 2004-05 35819686 6289 320593121 619116 ...414.9 ... 2005-06 35825674 3374 212647327 6763873024.6 220.5 ... 2006-07 35829573 2044 18836597 8682221360.3 ... ... 2007-08 35840124 1744 11741196023 1237965 301.5 ... ... 2008-09 35848793 5000 161230066 1283865 371.12940.1 ... 2009-10 55881188 6231 329722596 1149650 1259665 ...10090.4 ... 2010-11 558102572 13158 288220401 1224883 1361013 161.31594.0 ... 2011-12 558138250 14511 288522866 1330511 1506139 …1392.1 2012-13 558139737 12513 288723538 1412631 1588418 2013-14 558129616 11019 288826826 1660914 1828375 2014-15 558119160 8085288924944 1985458 2137647 2014-15 April 2015 558122933 8373288925832 2053828 2210965 ...... ... May 2015 558123316 8302288925613 2086492 2243723 ...... ... June 2015 558121608 8396288925903 2110057 2265963 ...... ... July 2015 558116810 8359288925789 2107011 2257969 ...... ... August 2015 558119585 8563288926891 2164866 2319905 ...... ... September 2015 558119333 8641288926661 2139347 2293982 ...... ... October 2015 558121914 8533288926321 2145751 2302519 ...... ... November 2015 558117219 8587288926487 2176213 2328505 ...... ... December 2015 558114347 8608 288926553 2164037 2313545 ...... ... Source : Reserve Bank of India. SDRs: Special Drawing Rights, RTP: Reserve Tranche Position in IMF, Notes: ----: Nil or Negligible a : Excludes R 544.53 crore drawn under Trust Fund. b : Drawals under Extended Fund Facility (EFF). c : Drawals of R 1883.6 crore under Compensatory and Contingency Financing Facility and R 1450.2 crore under First Credit Tranche of Stand- by Arrangement. Economic Survey 2015-16 A86 d : Drawals of R 2217.2 crore under Compensatory and Contingency Financing Facility and \ R 987.5 crore under First Credit Tranche of Stand- by Arrangement. e : Includes voluntary repurchases of Rupees ( R199 crore) and sales of Rupees (R 35.2 crore) by the IMF under its General Resources Account. f : Sales of Rupees by the IMF. g : Additionally, SDR 59.9 million in May 1979, SDR 7.3 million in July 1980 and SDR 34.5 million in March 1982 were used for voluntary repurchases of Rupees. h : SDR 66.50 million were used for repurchases of drawals under Compens\ atory Financing Facility. i : SDR 33.25 million and R 117.85 crore in foreign currencies were used for repurchases of drawals u\ nder CFF. j : SDR 66.5 million and SDRs 131.25 million were used for repurchases o\ f drawals under CFF and EFF, respectively. k : SDR 431.25 million were used for repurchases of drawals under EFF. l : SDR 704.17 million were used for repurchases of drawals under EFF. m : SDR 804.18 million were used for repurchases of drawals under EFF. n : SDR 681.25 million were used for repurchases of drawals under EFF. o : SDR 468.75 million were used for repurchases of drawals under EFF p : SDR 337.49 million were used for repurchases of drawals under EFF. q : SDR 237.49 million were used for repurchases of drawals under EFF. r : SDR 95.84 million were used for repurchases of drawals under EFF. s : SDR 812.77 million were used for repurchases of drawals under EFF. t : SDR 1130.48 million were used for repurchases of drawals under EFF. u : SDR 678.38 million were used for repurchases of drawals under EFF. v : SDR 449.29 million were used for repurchases of drawals under EFF. w : SDR 212.46 million were used for repurchases of drawals under EFF. x : Figures pertain to end of Month 1. Figures after 1965-66 are not comparable with those of the earlier years owing to devaluation of the Rupee in June 1966. 2. Also figures for July 1991 onwards are not comparable with those of earlier periods due to the downward adjustment of the Rupee effected on July 1,1991 and July 3, 1991. 3. Drawals, Repurchase and outstanding repurchase obligations are calculated at the ruling rates of exchange. 4. Gold is valued at R 53.58 per 10 grams up to May 1966 and at R 84.39 per 10 grams up to September 1990 and closer to international market price w.e.f. October 17,1990. 5. Foreign exchange assets (FCA) includes (a) foreign assets of the Reserve Bank of India and (b) Government balances held abroad up to 1955-56. 6. While reserves pertain to end period, repurchases are for the relevant periods. 7. i) FCA excludes US$ 250.00 millon invested in foreign currency denominated bonds issued by IIFC (UK) since March 20, 2009, excludes US$ 380.00 million since September 16, 2011, US$ 550 million since February 27, 2012, US$ 673 million since 30th March 2012, US$ 790 million since July 5, 2012, US$ 950 million since March 04, 2013, US$ 1,181 million since March 06, 2014, US$ 1,568 million since September 15, 2014, and US$ 2,100 million since March 26, \ 2015 (as also its equivalent value in Indian Rupee). ii.) SDRs 530.73 million since March 24, 2014 (Transferred by Government of India to RBI), SDR 530.80 million since June 2014, SDR 530.92 million since September 2014, SDR 1104.74 million since January 2015, SDR 1104.96 million since June 2015. SDRs 1105.24 million since December 2015 (as also its equivalent value in Indian Rup\ ee). iii.) US$ 100 million under SAARC swap arrangement with Royal Monetary Authority of Bhutan during the period from March 2013 to June 2013, US$ 400 million under SAARC swap arrangement with Central Bank of Sri Lanka during period April to October 2015 and US$ 1100 million with Central Bank of Sri Lanka since September 2015 (as als\ o its equivalent value in Indian Rupee). 8. Includes R 31,463 crore (US$ 6,699 million) reflecting the purchase of 200 metric tonnes of gold from IMF on November 3, 2009. 9. Includes SDRs 3,082.5 million allocated under general allocation and SDRs 214.6 million allocated under special allocation by the IMF done on August 28, 2009 and September 9, 2009, respectively. 10. Totals may not tally due to rounding off. Economic Survey 2015-16 A87 Table 6.1 (B): Foreign Exchange Reserves (US$ million) End of Fiscal Reserves Transactions with IMF Gold RTPSDRs Foreign Currency Assets Total (2+3+4+5) Drawals Repurchases Outstanding repurchase obligations 1 234 567 89 1950-51 247...... 1914 2161 ......100 1951-52 247...... 1568 1815 ......100 1952-53 247...... 1603 1850 ......100 1953-54 247...... 1664 1911 ...36 64 1954-55 247...... 1626 1873 ...36 28 1955-56 247...... 1648 1895 ...15 13 1956-57 247...... 1184 1431 126 12128 1957-58 247...... 637 884 72 ...200 1958-59 247...... 548 795 ... ...200 1959-60 247...... 515 762 ... 50150 1960-61 247...... 390 637 ... 23128 1961-62 247...... 377 624249 127250 1962-63 247...... 372 619 25 ...275 1963-64 247...... 395 642 ... 50225 1964-65 281...... 243 524 99 100 225 1965-66 243...... 383 626137 75288 1966-67 243...... 395 638126 57418 1967-68 243...... 475 718 89 58450 1968-69 243...... 526 769 ... 78372 1969-70 243...123 7281094 ...167 205 1970-71 243...148 584975 ...205 ... 1971-72 264...269 6611194 ......... 1972-73 293...297 6291219 ......... 1973-74 293...296 7361325 79 ...75 1974-75 304...293 7821379 608 ...715 1975-76 281...234 16572172 239 ...896 1976-77 290...217 32403747 ...336 559 1977-78 319...200 53055824 ...333 249 1978-79 377...470 64217268 ...256 ... 1979-80 375...662 63247361 ...145 ... 1980-81 370...603 58506823 342 16327 1981-82 335...473 35824390 692 40964 1982-83 324...291 428148961968 ...2876 1983-84 320...230 509956491376 704150 1984-85 325...145 54825952 201 1343932 1985-86 417...131 59726520 ...209 4290 1986-87 471...179 59246574 ...521 4291 1987-88 508...97 5618 6223 ...930 3653 1988-89 473...103 42264802 ...1070 2365 1989-90 487...107 33683962 ...873 1493 1990-91 3496...102 223658341858 6442623 1991-92 3499...90 5631 92201240 4603451 1992-93 3380...18 6434 98321623 3354799 1993-94 4078...108 15068 19254 325 1345040 1994-95 4370...720809 25186 ...1146 4300 1995-96 4561...82 17044 21687 ...1710 2374 1996-97 4054...222367 26423 ...977 1313 1997-98 3391...125975 29367 ...615 664 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A88 Table 6.1 (B): Foreign Exchange Reserves (US$ million) End of Fiscal Reserves Transactions with IMF Gold RTPSDRs Foreign Currency Assets Total (2+3+4+5) Drawals Repurchases Outstanding repurchase obligations 1 234 567 89 1998-99 2960...829522 32490 ...102 287 1999-2000 2974...435058 38036 ......... 2000-01 2725...239554 42281 ......... 2001-02 3047...10 51049 54106 ......... 2002-03 3534672 471890 76100 ......... 2003-04 41981311 2107448 112959 ...561.3 ... 2004-05 45001438 5135571 141514 ...93.5 ... 2005-06 5755756 3145108 151622 670.0 50.7 ... 2006-07 6784469 2191924 199179 302.7 ...... 2007-08 1003943618299230 309723 74.2 ...... 2008-09 9577981 1241426 251985 86.3611.9 ... 2009-10 1798613805006 254685 279057 ...461.3 ... 2010-11 2297229474569 274330 304818 36.2353.2 ... 2011-12 2702328364469 260069 294397 …275.1 ... 2012-13 2569223014328 259726 292046 …… ... 2013-14 2156718344464 276359 304223 …… ... 2014-15 1937811394185 295947 320649 …… ... 2015-16 a April 2015 1933613174063 327153 351869 ......... May 2015 1934013024017 327820 352479 ......... June 2015 1907413174063 331547 356001 ......... July 2015 1825013064029 329875 353461 ......... August 2015 1803512914056 328055 351438 ......... September 2015 1815213144055 326767 350289 ......... October 2015 1869213084036 330141 354177 ......... November 2015 1754412853964 327454 350247 ......... December 2015 1724012984003 327840 350381 ......... Source : Reserve Bank of India. SDRs: Special Drawing Rights, Notes : \ \ RTP: Reserve Tranche Position in IMF, -----: Nil or Negligible. \ a Figures pertain to end of Month \ \ 1. For compiling figures in US dollars, gold is valued at SDR 35 per troy ounce as in the International Financial Statistics of the IMF upto October 16, 1990. Thereafter gold has been valued at international market price. 2. Conversion of foreign currency assets and SDR in US dollars is done at exchange rates of the IMF. 3. Transactions with IMF are converted at respective SDR/$ rate. 4. While reserves pertain to end period, repurchases are for the relevant periods. 5. i) FCA excludes US$ 250.00 millon invested in foreign currency denominated bonds issued by IIFC (UK) since March 20, 2009, excludes US$ 380.00 million since September 16, 2011, US$ 550 million since February 27, 2012, US$ 673 million since 30th March 2012, US$ 790 million since July 5, 2012, US$ 950 million since March 04, 2013, US$ 1,181 million since March 06, 2014, US$ 1,568 million since September 15, 2014, and US$ 2,100 million since March 26, \ 2015 (as also its equivalent value in Indian Rupee). ii.) SDRs 530.73 million since March 24, 2014 (Transferred by Government of India to RBI), SDR 530.80 million since June 2014, SDR 530.92 million since September 2014, SDR 1104.74 million since January 2015, SDR 1104.96 million since June 2015. SDRs 1105.24 million since December 2015 (as also its equivalent value in Indian Rup\ ee). iii.) US$ 100 million under SAARC swap arrangement with Royal Monetary Authority of Bhutan during the period from March 2013 to June 2013, US$ 400 million under SAARC swap arrangement with Central Bank of Sri Lanka during period April to October 2015 and US $ 1100 million with Central Bank of Sri Lanka since September 2015 (as als\ o its equivalent value in Indian Rupee). 6. Includes R 31,463 crore ( US$ 6,699 million) reflecting the purchase of 200 metric tonnes of gold from IMF on November 3, 2009. 7. Includes SDRs 3,082.5 million allocated under general allocation and SDRs 214.6 million allocated under special allocation by the IMF done on August 28, 2009 and September 9, 2009, respectively. 8. Totals may not tally due to rounding off. Economic Survey 2015-16 A89 Table 6.2 : Balance of Payments as per IMF Balance of Payments Manual 5 2000-012009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Items R croreUS$ million R croreUS$ million R croreUS$ million R croreUS$ million 1 2 34 56 78 9 1 Imports (c.i.f.) 264589579121423248 3006441746135 3834812394647 499533 2 Exports (f.o.b.) 20785245452863282 1824421165665 2561591482517 309774 3 Trade Balance (2-1) -56737-12460-559966 -118203-580470 -127322-912129 -189759 4 Invisibles a) Receipts 14777832267774635 163430867228 1904881053480 219229 b) Payments 10263922473394368 83408506411 111218517323 107625 (of which: Interest & Service Payments on Loans and Credits) 21948 480127169 571927660 607341046 8527 c) Net 451399794380266 80022360817 79269536157 111604 5 Current Account Balance -11598-2666-179699 -38181-219654 -48053-375973 -78155 6 Capital Account I) Foreign Investment 267445862239951 50362193482 42127188738 39231 i) Foreign Direct Investment a) Inward FDI 184044031157819 33109132358 29029154961 32952 b) Outward FDI -3480-759-71836 -15143-78257 -17195-51794 -10892 c) Net 14924327285983 1796654101 11834103167 22061 ii) Portfolio Investment (net) 118202590153967 32396139381 3029385571 17170 II) Loans (net) 24459526457953 12447132714 2913589748 19307 i) External Assistance a) Inflow 13521294127858 589735872 788227355 5646 b) Out flow 11519253114261 300713393 294116051 3350 c) Net 200241013598 289022479 494111305 2296 ii) Commercial Borrowings a a) Inflow 9575020865322091 68267459540 100899649101 135345 b) Out flow 7329316011277736 58709349304 76705570658 118333 c) Net 22457485444355 9557110236 2419478443 17011 III) Banking a) Receipts 444489744292106 61499419273 92323427827 89904 b) Payments 5359211705282264 59416397253 87361356829 73678 c) Net -9144-19619842 208322020 496270998 16226 IV) Rupee Debt Service (net) -2760-617-451 -97-310 -68-381 -79 V) Other Capital a) Receipts 12948285654579 1145145175 999564143 13296 b) Payments 116372564117826 24613101914 2241194216 20224 c) Net 1311292-63246 -13162-56739 -12416-30073 -6929 VI) Errors & omissions (net) -1369-305-113 -12-12062 -2636-11560 -2432 7 Total Capital (I to VI of 6) 392418535243935 51622279105 61103307470 65324 8 Overall Balance (5 + 7) 27643586864236 1344159451 13050-68503 -12831 9 Monetary Movement a) IMF Transactions i) Purchases ii) Repurchases 11526 iii) Net -115-26 b) Increase (-)/decrease (+) in Reserves -27528 -5842-64236 -13441-59451 -1305068503 12831 10 Total Reserve movement (9a(iii)+9b) [(-) Increase/ (+) decrease] -27643 -5868-64236 -13441-59451 -1305068503 12831 \ \ Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A90 Table 6.2 : Balance of Payments as per IMF Balance of Payments Manual 5 (Concl.) 2012-13 2013-14 PR2014-15 P 2015-16 (Apr.-Sept.)P Items R croreUS$ million R croreUS$ million R croreUS$ million R croreUS$ million 1 101112 1314 1516 17 1 Imports (c.i.f.) 27321465022372815918 4662162820072 4614841330937 207203 2 Exports (f.o.b.) 16676903065811931074 3186071934210 316545870815 135597 3 Trade Balance (2-1) -1064456-195656-884845 -147609-885862 -144940-460122 -71606 4 Invisibles a) Receipts 12188932240441411773 2332311475573 241238761941 118629 b) Payments 634047116551714679 118019752661 123098394300 61399 (of which: Interest & Service Payments on Loans and Credits) 59546 1094467745 1117677376 1265042036 6546 c) Net 584846107493697095 115212722912 118139367641 57231 5 Current Account Balance -479610-88163-187750 -32397-162950 -26800-92481 -14375 6 Capital Account I) Foreign Investment 25465346711159650 26386449072 7345650208 7907 i) Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) a) Inward FDI 14695426953186830 30763215893 35283126142 19680 b) Outward FDI -38768-7134-56860 -9199-24675 -4031-19462 -3028 c) Net 10818619819129969 21564191219 31251106680 16652 ii) Portfolio Investment (net) 1464672689129680 4822257853 42205-56472 -8745 II Loans (net) 1690733112445901 776519733 3184-11962 -1861 i) External Assistance a) Inflow 25747473528239 465935408 578015864 2476 b) Out flow 20421375222043 362724787 405414741 2297 c) Net 53269826197 103210622 17251124 180 ii) Commercial Borrowings a a) Inflow 817606150351785202 130177718760 117575366570 57060 b) Out flow 653858120209745498 123444709648 116116379655 59101 c) Net 1637473014239704 67339112 1459-13085 -2041 III) Banking a) Receipts 45540783727654482 108049550976 90094337594 52597 b) Payments 36514067157502818 82601478893 78476220239 34280 c) Net 9026816570151664 2544972083 11618117355 18317 IV) Rupee Debt Service -313-58-304 -52-489 -81-325 -51 V) Other Capital a) Receipts 9707317861133801 22171176461 2889878969 12290 b) Payments 12502022908200903 32932169320 2778972204 11243 c) Net -27946-5047-67102 -107617141 11096765 1047 VI) Errors & Omissions 145782689-6004 -882-6665 -1080-2577 -409 7 Total Capital (I to VI of 6) 50031391989283804 47905540875 88207159466 24949 8 Overall Balance (5 + 7) 20702382696054 15508377925 6140666984 10574 9 Monetary Movement a) IMF Transactions i) Purchases ii) Repurchases iii) Net b) Increase (-)/decrease (+) in Reserves -20702 -3826-96054 -15508-377925 -61406-66984 -10574 10 Total Reserve movement (9a(iii)+9b) [(-) Increase/ (+) decrease] -20702 -3826-96054 -15508-377925 -61406-66984 -10574 Source : Reserve Bank of India. \ \ Notes: ----: Nil or Negligible, a : Commercial borrowings includes short term credit P: Preliminary, PR : Partially Revised. 1. Grants received are covered under item 4(a). 2. Estimated interest accrued and credited to NRI deposits during the year has been treated as notional outflow under invisible payments and added as reinvestment in NRI deposits under banking capital. 3. In accordance with the provision of IMF’s Balance of Payments Manual (5th Edition), gold purchased from the Government of India by the RBI has been excluded from the BOP statistics. Data for the earlier years has, therefore, been amended by making suitable adjustments in “Other Capital-Receipts and Foreign Exchange Reserves”. Similarly, item “SDR Allocation” has been deleted from the table. 4. With effect from 1996-97, private transfer receipts include redemption in rupees of both principal and interest under Non-Resident External (Rupee) Account [NRE(R)A] and Non-Resident Non-Repatriable Rupee Deposit [NR(NR)RD] schemes. This marks an improvement in data reporting. 5. Totals may not tally due to rounding off. Economic Survey 2015-16 A91 Table 6.3 (A): Balance of Payments as per IMF Balance of Payments Manual 6 (R crore) 2012-13 2013-14 PR 2014-15 P2015-16 (Apr.-Sept.) P Items CreditDebit NetCredit Debit NetCredit Debit NetCredit Debit Net 1 2345678910 111213 1 Current Account (1.A+1.B+1.C) 28844003362300 -4779003340000 3527500 -1875003409676 3572201 -1625251632650 1724920 -92270 1.A Goods and Services (1.A.a+1.A.b) 24602003171400 -7112002848300 3290800 -4426002898926 3316107 -4171811365616 1598704-233088 1.A.a Goods 16677002732100-1064500 19311002815900 -8848001934210 2820072 -885862 8708151330937 -460122 1.A.b Services (1.A.b.1 to 1.A.b.13) 792500439300353200917200474900442300964716496035468681494801267767227034 1.A.b.1 Manufacturing services on physical inputs owned by others 400 200200900200800663177485775 59715 1.A.b.2 Maintenance and repair services n.i.e. 6002000 -1400 13001700 -4001062 1385 -323 539948-409 1.A.b.3 Transport 943008060013700105300 8950015800106865 98925794047532 51128-3595 1.A.b.4 Travel 979006430033500108800 7140037400124542 9354131001617125053011182 1.A.b.5 Construction 55006600-1200 81007500 6009850 70522798461229641648 1.A.b.6 Insurance and pension services 121007700450012800 6800610013461 68356626664436502994 1.A.b.7 Financial services 2690025200 170040200 34600 560034583 21772 1281119321 10621 8700 1.A.b.8 Charges for the use of intellectual property n.i.e. 160022600 -21000 360024000 -20500 322629468 -26243 167616399-14723 1.A.b.9 Telecommunications, computer, and information services 36880019100349700 436200 23800412300 460897 25043435854 246660 12433234227 1.A.b.10 Other business services 154800165000 -10300172200 164600 7700173793 169190 460296527 95153 1374 1.A.b.11 Personal, cultural, and recreational services 50003400160080005100290072828802-1520 46515837-1186 1.A.b.12 Government goods and services n.i.e. 31004400-1300 29005900-2900 33215871-2550 19203315-1395 1.A.b.13 Others n.i.e. 2150038000-16500 1690040000-23100 2517127972 -2801 223314730-12498 1.B Primary Income 55900172700 -116800 68900208800 -139900 81994229426 -147432 46453114041 -67588 1.C Secondary Income 36830018200350100 422900 27900395000 428756 26667402088 220581 12175208406 2 Capital Account (2.1+2.2) 850010100 -160010000 6400360027892257 5321072 99478 2.1 Gross acquisitions (DR.)/disposals (CR.) of non-produced nonfinancial assets 400 800-400 600600 01495 812683 85159 -74 2.2 Capital transfers 81009300-1200 94005800360012941445 -151 987835152 3 Financial Account (3.1 to 3.5) 25672002102300 4649003152932 2963029 1899033365147 3196489 1686581730314 1635546 94769 3.1 Direct Investment (3.1A+3.1B) 216700108600108200263900133900130000317087125869191219172166 65486106680 3.1.A Direct Investment in India 18690039900147000 218600 31800186800 276400 60506215893 157484 31342126142 3.1.B Direct Investment by India 2990068600-38800 45300102200 -56900 4068865363-24675 1468334144-19462Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A92 Table 6.3 (A): Balance of Payments as per IMF Balance of Payments Manual 6 (R crore) 2012-13 2013-14 PR 2014-15 P2015-16 (Apr.-Sept.) P Items CreditDebit NetCredit Debit NetCredit Debit NetCredit Debit Net 1 2345678910 111213 3.2 Portfolio Investment 9521008066001454001226700 1197100 296001561229 1311285 249945752169 811026-58857 3.2.A Portfolio Invesment in India 9440007938001502001221700 1190700 310001556857 1307004 249853749292809896-60604 3.2.B Portfolio Invesment by India 810012900 -4800 50006400-1400 43724281 912877 11301747 3.3 Financial derivatives (other than reserves) and employee stock options 17700 30300-12600 58400458001270092447102493 -10046 4113356309-15176 3.4 Other investment 13796001134500 2451001537539 1423780 1137581394384 1278918 115466759283 630177129106 3.4.1 Other equity (ADRs/GDRs) 100001000 100 0100 7909 07909 2385 02385 3.4.2 Currency and deposits 358700275500 83300536200 295200241000397597300743 96855212567 149511 63055 3.4.3 Loans (External Assistance, ECBs and Banking Capital) 272600214200 58400329300 340000 -10700359172 363765 -4593212824 162993 49831 3.4.4 Insurance, pension, and standardized guarantee schemes 200800-600 3600 4000 -4002239 1771 468438284154 3.4.5 Trade credit and advances 667400549800 117700602400 635200 -32700548374 548820 -446294637 302130 -7493 3.4.6 Other accounts receivable/payable—other 7980095000-15200 65944149453 -83509 790936381915274364311525821173 3.4.7 Special drawing rights ------0 00000 3.5 Reserve assets 90021600 -20700 66400162400 -96100 0377925 -377925 556372547-66984 4 Total assets/liabilities 25672002102300 4649003152932 2963029 1899033365147 3196489 1686581730314 1635546 94769 5 Net errors and omissions 14600-14600 -6004 -6004 633513001 -6665 8743451-2577 Source: Reserve Bank of India Notes: P: Preliminary, PR: Partially Rervised Note: Totals may not tally due to rounding off. Economic Survey 2015-16 A93 Contd.... Table 6.3 (B): Balance of Payments as per IMF Balance of Payments Manual 6 (US$ million) 2012-13 2013-14 PR 2014-15 P2015-16 (Apr.-Sept.) P Items CreditDebit NetCredit Debit NetCredit Debit NetCredit Debit Net 1 2345678910 111213 1 Current Account (1.A+1.B+1.C) 530,230618,074 -87,843551,382 583,739 -32,358557765584496 -26731254210 268553-14343 1.A Goods and Services (1.A.a+1.A.b) 452,259583,000-130,741 470,083544,727 -74,644474245542597 -68352212636 248898-36262 1.A.a Goods 306,581502,237-195,656 318,607466,216-147,609 316545461484-144940 135597207203-71606 1.A.b Services (1.A.b.1 to 1.A.b.13) 145,67780,76364,915151,475 78,51072,965157700 8111376588 770394169435344 1.A.b.1 Manufacturing services on physical inputs owned by others 694128154 28125 109 2979120 9111 1.A.b.2 Maintenance and repair services n.i.e. 113372-258 214282 -69173 226 -53 84148 -64 1.A.b.3 Transport 17,33414,806 2,52817,380 14,792 2,58817485 16177 130874057964-559 1.A.b.4 Travel 17,99911,823 6,17617,922 11,810 6,11220334 15306 5028960378661738 1.A.b.5 Construction 1,0041,220 -2161,339 1,236 1031613 1153 460718462256 1.A.b.6 Insurance and pension services 2,2271,409 8182,121 1,1161,005 220211191084 1034 568465 1.A.b.7 Financial services 4,9494,633 3166,650 5,814 8355661 35802081300316531351 1.A.b.8 Charges for the use of intellectual property n.i.e. 3024,159 -3,857 5853,980 -3,395 5294820 -4291 2622558-2297 1.A.b.9 Telecommunications, computer, and information services 67,7853,51164,274 72,010 3,92868,082 75334 409471240 38399 193536464 1.A.b.10 Other business services 28,44730,349 -1,90228,482 27,189 1,29328422 27644 77815036 14814 223 1.A.b.11 Personal, cultural, and recreational services 911616 2951,323 8314931192 1440 -248 726910-184 1.A.b.12 Government goods and services n.i.e. 574813-239 488979-490 543961-418 299516-218 1.A.b.13 Others n.i.e. 3,9627,011-3,049 2,8096,525-3,716 41034565 -462 3502292-1942 1.B Primary Income 10,27631,731-21,455 11,35234,380-23,028 1339737537-24140 722617756-10529 1.C Secondary Income 67,6963,34364,353 69,948 4,63365,315 70123 436265762 34348 189932449 2 Capital Account (2.1+2.2) 1,5611,855 -2941,718 1,060 659456370 85167 155 12 2.1 Gross acquisitions (DR.)/disposals (CR.) of non-produced nonfinancial assets 76 147 -71 9993 6244 134 110 1325-12 2.2 Capital transfers 1,4851,708 -2231,619 967652 211236 -25154 130 24 3 Financial Account (3.1 to 3.5) 471,971386,523 85,449521,478 488,897 32,581550465 522740 27725269575 254835 14740 3.1 Direct Investment (3.1A+3.1B) 39,78619,96719,81943,58222,01821,564 517962054431251268561020416652 3.1.A Direct Investment in India 34,2987,34526,953 36,047 5,28430,763 45147 986435283 24565 488619680 3.1.B Direct Investment by India 5,48812,622 -7,134 7,53516,734 -9,199 664910680 -4031 22905318-3028 3.2 Portfolio Investment 175,053 148,34926,704203,164 198,362 4,802255490 214556 40934117217 126335 -9118 3.2A Portfolio Invesment in India 173,575145,992 27,582202,312 197,304 5,009254777 213854 40923116768 126159 -9391 Economic Survey 2015-16 A94 Table 6.3 (B): Balance of Payments as per IMF Balance of Payments Manual 6 (US$ million) 2012-13 2013-14 PR 2014-15 P2015-16 (Apr.-Sept.) P Items CreditDebit NetCredit Debit NetCredit Debit NetCredit Debit Net 1 2345678910 111213 3.2.B Portfolio Invesment by India 1,4792,357 -8788511,058 -207713702 11449 176273 3.3 Financial derivatives (other than reserves) and employee stock options 3,257 5,571-2,315 9,6077,6012,00615184 16748 -1563 64208773-2353 3.4 Other investment 253,686208,513 45,173254,424 234,707 19,717227995 209486 18509118226 9809420132 3.4.1 Other equity (ADRs/GDRs) 1870187 200201271 01271 373 0373 3.4.2 Currency and deposits 65,95050,63815,31288,24448,85839,386 6499549205157893310723272 9834 3.4.3 Loans (External Assistance, ECBs and Banking Capital) 50,12839,40310,72654,52455,653 -1,1295872559601 -87633158 25350 7808 3.4.4 Insurance, pension, and standardized guarantee schemes 31138 -107 575648 -74364 288 76684524 3.4.5 Trade credit and advances 122,734101,077 21,657100,117 105,161 -5,0448972989840 -11145868 47056-1188 3.4.6 Other accounts receivable/payable—other 14,68617,395 -2,70810,944 24,387-13,443 1291210551 2361565123713280 3.4.7 Special drawing rights ------0 00 --- 3.5 Reserve assets 1583,984 -3,826 10,701 26,209-15,508 061406 -61406 85611430 -10574 4 Total assets/liabilities 471,971386,523 85,449521,478 488,897 32,581550465 522740 27725269575 254835 14740 5 Net errors and omissions 2,688-2,688 -882 -8821,025 2104-1080 135544-409 Source: Reserve Bank of India Note: P: Preliminary, PR: Partially Rervised 1. Totals may not tally due to rounding off Economic Survey 2015-16 A95 Table 6.4 : Exchange Rate of Rupee vis-a-vis Selected Currencies of the World (Rupees per unit of foreign currency) Year /Months US dollarPound sterling Euro a Ye n Canadian dollar Turkish lira Indonesian rupiah Brazillian real Mexican pesos Korean won Pakistan rupee Thailand baht SDR 1 2345 678910 1112 1314 1992-93 (Official Rate) April 25.89045.461 0.19421.800 0.0040.0130.0120.0090.0331.0491.02135.485 May 25.89046.838 0.19821.586 0.0040.0130.0100.0090.0331.0561.01435.931 June 25.89047.788 0.20421.651 0.0040.0130.0080.0090.0331.0851.02036.551 July 25.89049.721 0.20621.764 0.0040.0130.0070.0090.033 1.1191.02537.385 August 25.89050.384 0.20521.734 0.0040.0130.0060.0090.0331.0351.02737.709 September 25.89047.567 0.21121.161 0.0040.0130.0050.0090.0341.0351.02837.695 October 25.89042.862 0.21420.805 0.0030.0130.0040.0090.0331.0541.02637.162 November 25.89039.535 0.20920.413 0.0030.0130.0030.0080.0331.0211.01935.910 December 26.15440.578 0.21120.574 0.0030.0130.0020.0080.0331.0281.02636.329 January 26.19940.141 0.21020.500 0.0030.0130.0028.435 b 0.033 1.0251.02836.082 February 26.19937.704 0.21720.788 0.0030.0130.0028.4600.0331.0101.02935.939 (Market Rate) c March 1993 31.52645.952 0.27025.279 0.0030.0150.00110.151 0.0401.1981.24243.521 1993-94 31.36647.206 0.29123.956 0.0020.0150.12210.009 0.0391.0831.24043.886 2000-01 45.68467.55241.483 0.41430.383 0.007 d 0.00524.153 4.7880.0390.8201.10059.546 2001-02 47.69268.31942.181 0.38230.473 0.004 d 0.00519.549 5.1830.0370.7721.06960.215 2002-03 48.39574.81948.090 0.39731.253 0.003 d 0.00515.489 4.8060.0400.8191.13264.126 2003-04 45.95277.73953.990 0.40733.991 0.003 d 0.00515.713 4.2480.0390.7981.13265.690 2004-05 44.93282.86456.555 0.41835.205 8.269 e 0.00515.707 3.9640.0410.7631.12166.928 2005-06 44.27379.04753.912 0.39137.137 32.843 0.04519.170 4.1220.0440.7411.09664.490 2006-07 45.28585.72758.111 0.38839.765 31.156 0.00521.044 4.1130.048 0.7481.23667.254 2007-08 40.24180.80256.991 0.35339.042 32.155 0.00421.762 3.7030.0430.6581.19462.651 2008-09 45.91778.44965.135 0.46240.875 32.801 0.00423.606 3.8670.0380.6131.34971.277 2009-10 47.41775.88667.084 0.51143.488 31.363 0.00525.455 3.6160.0390.5721.40973.733 2010-11 45.57770.88560.218 0.53344.840 30.242 0.00526.431 3.6630.0400.5341.46669.723 2011-12 47.92376.39165.894 0.60748.307 27.682 0.00528.222 3.7880.0430.5471.56475.313 2012-13 54.41085.97170.069 0.65854.347 30.275 0.00627.078 4.1710.0490.5721.768 83.026 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A96 Table 6.4 : Exchange Rate of Rupee vis-a-vis Selected Currencies of the World (Rupees per unit of foreign currency) Year /Months US dollarPound sterling Euro a Ye n Canadian dollar Turkish lira Indonesian rupiah Brazillian real Mexican pesos Korean won Pakistan rupee Thailand baht SDR 1 2345 678910 1112 1314 2013-14 60.50296.30681.175 0.60457.437 30.100 0.00626.907 4.6790.0560.5871.92092.260 2014-15 61.14498.57377.521 0.55853.780 27.223 0.00524.840 4.4570.0580.6091.88290.796 2015-16 April 62.75393.90867.79352.531 50.89023.706 0.00520.598 4.1330.0580.6171.93486.884 May 63.80098.82171.21452.827 52.38724.103 0.00520.914 4.1800.0580.6271.90689.630 June 63.86199.36271.58751.647 51.64223.810 0.00520.459 4.1200.0570.6281.89389.708 July 63.63599.07770.02951.614 49.38223.549 0.00519.575 3.9910.0560.6261.85288.849 August 65.072101.487 72.51552.869 49.49322.729 0.00518.501 3.9290.0550.6361.83591.276 September 66.218101.603 74.39155.149 49.91221.887 0.00516.941 3.9310.0560.6351.84293.080 October 65.05899.75673.06354.192 49.76622.265 0.00516.806 3.9340.0570.6221.82491.503 November 66.117100.619 71.09254.008 49.80622.943 0.00517.442 3.9690.0570.6271.84691.359 December 66.59699.93572.45754.675 48.59322.772 0.00517.133 3.8950.0570.6361.84992.266 Source : Reserve Bank of India. Notes: a : The Euro came into existence on Jan/01/1999. b : Peso revalued in January 1993 1000 old Peso = 1 New Peso. c : Indicative rates announced by Foreign Exchange Dealers Association of India (FEDAI). d : 100 Turkish Lira, e : Turkish Lira has been replaced by New Lira w.e.f. 1.1.2005. 1. Annual/monthly averages. During March 1992 to February 1993, a dual exchange rate system was prevalent, in which the official rate was fixed by the RBI a nd the market rate was determined in the Inter- Bank market for the US dollar. 2. The data for 2001-02 in respect of Deutsche Mark, French Franc and Itali\ an Lira pertain to 11 months only as Germany, France and Italy accepted the Euro as their national currency w.e.f. March 1, 2002. 3. Figures of US dollar, Pound sterling, Euro and Japanese yen from May 2012 onwards are RBI's \ reference rates. Economic Survey 2015-16 A97 Table 6.5: Trends in Nominal and Real Effective Exchange Rate of Rupee (Trade Based Weights) Year/month (Average) Nominal effective exchange rate (NEER) 6-Currency Index Real effective exchange rate (REER) 6-Currency Index Nominal effective exchange rate (NEER) 36-Currency Index Real effective exchange rate (REER) 36-Currency Index 1 2345 (Base Year: 1993-94=100) 1994-95 96.86105.7199.21104.59 1995-96 88.45101.1491.6598.42 1996-97 86.73100.9789.0896.64 1997-98 87.80104.2492.17100.95 1998-99 77.37 95.9988.7692.84 1999-00 77.03 97.5290.9095.75 2000-01 77.30102.6592.11100.04 2001-02 75.89102.4991.52100.87 2002-03 71.09 97.4389.2298.19 2003-04 69.75 98.8587.1599.50 2004-05 69.26101.3587.28100.05 (Base Year: 2004-05=100) 2005-06 103.04 104.45102.24102.38 2006-07 98.09103.8297.63100.76 2007-08 104.62 113.44104.75 109.20 2008-09 90.42103.9493.3499.65 2009-10 87.07110.7390.94103.88 2010-11 91.83124.5093.54112.68 2011-12 84.44121.1787.38110.27 2012-13 75.59117.1578.32105.57 2013-14 67.76112.7972.32103.27 2014-15 (P) 68.60119.9274.07108.96 2015-16 (P) April 70.78125.4476.30111.84 May 68.84123.1674.56109.85 June 68.78123.5074.87111.32 July 69.40124.6375.80112.58 August 67.99123.7775.05112.45 September 66.66122.1274.41112.06 October 67.83124.7075.37114.05 November 67.69125.2674.82113.21 December 67.37124.1874.59112.86 Source : Reserve Bank of India. Notes: \ \ P: Provisional 1. REER figures for the period 1994-95 to 2004-05 are based on Wholesale Price Index (WPI). 2. REER figures for the period 2005-06 to 2014-15 are based on Consumer Price Index (CPI). Economic Survey 2015-16 A98 Table 7.1 (A): Exports, Imports and Trade Balance YearExports (including re-exports) (R crore) Imports (R crore) Trade Balance (R crore) Rate of Change Export Import (per cent) 1 23 456 1949-50 485617-132 nana 1950-51 606608 -224.9 -1.5 1951-52 716890-174 18.246.4 1952-53 578702-124 -19.3 -21.1 1953-54 531610 -79-8.1-13.1 1954-55 593700-107 11.714.8 1955-56 609774-165 2.710.6 1956-57 605841-236 -0.7 8.7 1957-58 5611035 -474 -7.323.1 1958-59 581906-325 3.6-12.5 1959-60 640961-321 10.2 6.1 1960-61 6421122 -480 0.316.8 1961-62 6601090 -430 2.8-2.9 1962-63 6851131 -446 3.83.8 1963-64 7931223 -43015.8 8.1 1964-65 8161349 -533 2.910.3 1965-66 8101409 -599 -0.7 4.4 1966-67 11572078 -92142.847.5 1967-68 11992008 -809 3.6-3.4 1968-69 13581909 -55113.3 -4.9 1969-70 14131582 -169 4.1-17.1 1970-71 15351634 -998.63.3 1971-72 16081825 -217 4.811.7 1972-73 19711867 10422.6 2.3 1973-74 25232955 -43228.058.3 1974-75 33294519 -1190 31.952.9 1975-76 40365265-1229 21.216.5 1976-77 51425074 6827.4 -3.6 1977-78 54086020 -612 5.218.6 1978-79 57266811-1085 5.913.1 1979-80 64189143-2725 12.134.2 1980-81 671112549 -5838 4.637.3 1981-82 780613608 -5802 16.38.4 1982-83 880314293 -5490 12.85.0 1983-84 977115831 -6060 11.010.8 1984-85 1174417134 -5390 20.28.2 1985-86 1089519658 -8763 -7.214.7 1986-87 1245220096 -7644 14.32.2 1987-88 1567422244 -6570 25.910.7 1988-89 2023228235 -8003 29.126.9 1989-90 2765835328 -7670 36.725.1 1990-91 3255343198-10645 17.722.3 1991-92 4404147851 -3810 35.310.8 1992-93 5368863375 -9687 21.932.4 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A99 Table 7.1 (A): Exports, Imports and Trade Balance YearExports (including re-exports) (R crore) Imports (R crore) Trade Balance (R crore) Rate of Change Export Import (per cent) 1 23 456 1993-94 6975173101 -3350 29.915.3 1994-95 8267489971 -7297 18.523.1 1995-96 106353122678 -16325 28.636.4 1996-97 118817138920 -20103 11.713.2 1997-98 130100154176 -24076 9.511.0 1998-99 139752178332 -38580 7.415.7 1999-00 159095215529 -56434 13.820.9 2000-01 201356228307 -26950 26.65.9 2001-02 209018245200 -36182 3.87.4 2002-03 254913296360 -41446 22.020.9 2003-04 293367359108 -65741 15.121.2 2004-05 375340501065-125725 27.939.5 2005-06 456418660409-203991 21.631.8 2006-07 571779881515-309736 25.327.3 2007-08 6558641012312 -356448 14.714.8 2008-09 8407551374436 -533680 28.235.8 2009-10 8455341363736 -518202 0.6-0.8 2010-11 11369641683467 -546503 34.623.4 2011-12 14659592345463 -879504 28.939.3 2012-13 16343182669162-1034844 11.513.8 2013-14 19050112715434 -810423 16.61.7 2014-15 18963482737087 -840738 -0.50.8 2015-16 (Apr-Dec) (P) 1273323 1915849 -642526 -12.7-10.3 Source : Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence & Statistics (DGCI&S), Kolkata. Notes : P: Provisional. For the years 1956-57, 1957-58, 1958-59 and 1959-60, the data are as per\ the Fourteenth Report of the Estimates Committee(1971-72) of the erstwhile Ministry of Foreign Trade. (Concld...) Economic Survey 2015-16 A100 Table 7.1 (B): Exports, Imports and Trade Balance YearExports (including re-exports) (US$ million) Imports (US$ million) Trade Balance (US$ million) Rate of Change Export Import (per cent) 1 23456 1949-50 10161292 -276 nana 1950-51 12691273 -424.9 -1.5 1951-52 14901852 -36217.445.5 1952-53 12121472 -260-18.7 -20.5 1953-54 11141279 -165 -8.1-13.1 1954-55 12331456 -22310.713.8 1955-56 12751620 -345 3.411.3 1956-57 12591750 -491 -1.3 8.0 1957-58 11712160 -989 -7.023.4 1958-59 12191901 -682 4.1-12.0 1959-60 13432016 -67310.2 6.0 1960-61 13462353-1007 0.216.7 1961-62 13812281 -900 2.6-3.1 1962-63 14372372 -935 4.14.0 1963-64 16592558 -89915.4 7.8 1964-65 17012813-1112 2.510.0 1965-66 16932944-1251 -0.54.7 1966-67 16282923-1295 -3.8-0.7 1967-68 15862656-1070 -2.6-9.1 1968-69 17882513 -72512.7 -5.4 1969-70 18662089 -223 4.4-16.9 1970-71 20312162 -131 8.83.5 1971-72 21532443 -290 6.013.0 1972-73 25502415 13518.4 -1.1 1973-74 32093759 -55025.855.7 1974-75 41745666-1492 30.150.7 1975-76 46656084-1419 11.87.4 1976-77 57535677 7623.3 -6.7 1977-78 63167031 -715 9.823.9 1978-79 69788300-1322 10.518.0 1979-80 794711321 -3374 13.936.4 1980-81 848615869 -7383 6.840.2 1981-82 870415174 -6470 2.6-4.4 1982-83 910714787 -5680 4.6-2.6 1983-84 944915311 -5862 3.83.5 1984-85 987814412 -4534 4.5-5.9 1985-86 890416067 -7163 -9.911.5 1986-87 974515727 -5982 9.4-2.1 1987-88 1208917156 -5067 24.19.1 1988-89 1397019497 -5527 15.613.6 1989-90 1661221219 -4607 18.98.8 1990-91 1814324075 -5932 9.213.5 1991-92 1786519411 -1546 -1.5-19.4 1992-93 1853721882 -3345 3.812.7 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A101 Table 7.1 (B): Exports, Imports and Trade Balance YearExports (including re-exports) (US$ million) Imports (US$ million) Trade Balance (US$ million) Rate of Change Export Import (per cent) 1 23456 1993-94 2223823306 -1068 20.06.5 1994-95 2633028654 -2324 18.422.9 1995-96 3179736678 -4881 20.828.0 1996-97 3347039133 -5663 5.36.7 1997-98 3500641484 -6478 4.66.0 1998-99 3321842389 -9171 -5.12.2 1999-2000 3671549738-13023 10.517.3 2000-01 4407649975 -5899 20.00.5 2001-02 4382751413 -7587 -0.62.9 2002-03 5271961412 -8693 20.319.4 2003-04 6384378149-14307 21.127.3 2004-05 83536111517 -27981 30.842.7 2005-06 103091149166 -46075 23.433.8 2006-07 126414185735 -59321 22.624.5 2007-08 163132251654 -88522 29.035.5 2008-09 185295303696-118401 13.620.7 2009-10 178751288373-109621 -3.5-5.0 2010-11 251136369769-118633 40.528.2 2011-12 305964489319-183356 21.832.3 2012-13 300401490737-190336 -1.80.3 2013-14 314405450200-135794 4.7-8.3 2014-15 310338448033-137695 -1.3-0.5 2015-16 (Apr-Dec) (P) 196604 295812 -99208 -18.0-15.9 Source : DGCI&S, Kolkata. Notes : P: Provisional. 1. For the years 1956-57, 1957-58, 1958-59 and 1959-60, the data are as \ per the Fourteenth Report of the Estimates Committee (1971-72) of the erstwhile Ministry of Foreign Trade. (Concld...) Economic Survey 2015-16 A102 Table 7.2 (A) : Principal Imports Quantity : Thousand tonnes Value : R crore & US$ million 1960-61 1970-711980-81 Qty R Cr$ million Qty R Cr$ million Qty R Cr$ million 1 2 34 567 8910 11 I. Food and live animals chiefly for food (excl. cashew raw) of which: ... 214 449 ...242 321 ...380 481 I.1 Cereals and cereal preparations 3747.71813803343.2 213282400.8 100 127 II. Raw materials and intermediate manufactures ... 527 1105 ...889 1176 ...9760 12341 II.1 Cashewnuts (unprocessed) ...... ...169.4 293925 911 II.2 Crude rubber (including synthetic and reclaimed) 36.2 11237.8 4 526.2 32 40 II.3 Fibres of which: ... 101 212 ...127 168 ...164 208 II.3.1 Synthetic and regenerated fibres (man-made fibres) 0.2 ... ...15.8 91268.8 97122 II.3.2 Raw wool 1.91219 15 2018.8 43 55 II.3.3 Raw cotton 237.182172139.1 99131 ...... ... II.3.4 Raw jute 100.48170.7 ... 081 1 II.4 Petroleum, oil and lubricants 8006914512767.0 13618023537.0 52646656 II.5 Animal and vegetable oils and fats of which: ... 510 ...39 51...709 896 II.5.1 Edible oils 31.14884.7 23 311633.3 677857 II.6 Fertilizers and chemical products of which: ... 88 185 ...217 286 ...1490 1884 II.6.1 Fertilizers and fertilizer mfg 30713 272392.7 861135560.2 8181034 II.6.2 Chemical elements and compounds ...39 82...68 90...358 453 II.6.3 Dyeing, tanning and colouring material ...1 2... 9 12 ...21 26 II.6.4 Medicinal and pharmaceutical products ...10 21...24 32...85 107 II.6.5 Plastic material, regenerated cellulose and artificial resins ... 919 ...8 11 ...121 154 II.7 Pulp and waste paper 80.371571.7 12 1636.9 18 23 II.8 Paper, paper board and manufactures thereof 55.6 1225159 25 33371.4 187 236 II.9 Non-metallic mineral manufactures of which: ... 613 ...33 44...555 702 II.9.1 Pearls, precious and semiprecious stones, unworked or worked ... 1 2...25 33...417 527 II.10 Iron and steel 1325.2123258683.4 147 1942031.1 8521078 II.11 Non-ferrous metals ...47 99...119 158 ...477 604 III. Capital goods a... 356 747 ...404 534 ...1910 2416 III.1 Manufactures of metals ...23 48...9 12 ...90 113 III.2 Non-electrical machinery apparatus and appliances including machine tools b... 203 426 ...258 341 ...1089 1377 III.3 Electrical machinery, apparatus and appliances b... 57 120 ...70 93...260 328 III.4 Transport equipment ...72 151 ...67 88...472 597 Total Imports ...1122 2353 ...1634 2162 ...12549 15869 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A103 Table 7.2 (A) : Principal Imports Quantity : Thousand tonnes Value : R crore & US$ million 1990-91 2000-01 2010-11 Qty R Cr$ million Qty R Cr$ million Qty R Cr$ million 1 2 1213 141516 1718 19 20 I. Food and live animals chiefly for food (excl. cashew raw) of which: ... ... ......... ...... ... ... I.1 Cereals and cereal preparations 308.318210269.9 9020251.5 545119 II. Raw materials and intermediate manufactures ... ... ......... ...... ... ... II.1 Cashewnuts (unprocessed) 82.6134 75249.7 962211501.0 2650 578 II.2 Crude rubber (including synthetic and reclaimed) 105.1 226126119.1 695152587.7 8074 1771 II.3 Fibres of which: ... ... ......... ...... ... ... II.3.1 Synthetic and regenerated fibres (man- made fibres) 21.2 563142.6 275 6081.5 957 210 II.3.2 Raw wool 29.4182 10253.7 458 10094.4 1435 315 II.3.3 Raw cotton 0.210212.3 1185 25956.5 624 137 II.3.4 Raw jute 32.1201167.3 841883.1 302 67 II.4 Petroleum, oil and lubricants 2935910816 6028 ...71497 15650 ...482282 105964 II.5 Animal and vegetable oils and fats of which: ... ... ......... ...... ... ... II.5.1 Edible oils 525.83261824267.9 609313346677.6 29860 6551 II.6 Fertilizers and chemical products of which: ... ... ......... ...... ... ... II.6.1 Fertilizers and fertilizer mfg 7560.31766 9847423.4 3034 66420658.9 31533 6885 II.6.2 Chemical elements and compounds ...2289 1276 ...1542 338...13278 2914 II.6.3 Dyeing, tanning and colouring material ...168 94...874 191 ...5368 1178 II.6.4 Medicinal and pharmaceutical products ... 468 261 ...1723 377...11114 2436 II.6.5 Plastic material, regenerated cellulose and artificial resins ... 1095 610...2551 558...31304 6874 II.7 Pulp and waste paper 678.24582551050.9 1290 2822634.5 52081145 II.8 Paper, paper board and manufactures thereof 286.4 456254585.6 2005 4392145.0 96142111 II.9 Non-metallic mineral manufactures of which: ... ... ......797 174 ...... ... II.9.1 Pearls, precious and semiprecious stones, unworked or worked ... 3738 2083 ...22101 4838 ...157596 34620 II.10 Iron and steel 1920.5211311781613.6 3569 7819843.9 47275 10376 II.11 Non-ferrous metals ...1102 614...2462 539...212153 46677 III. Capital goods a...10466 5833 ...25281 5534 ...231712 50907 III.1 Manufactures of metals ...302 168 ...1786 391...15167 3332 III.2 Non-electrical machineryb apparatus and appliances including machine tools ... 4240 2363 ...16915 3703 ...118928 26111 III.3 Electrical machinery, apparatus and appliances b...1702 949...2227 487...17510 3845 III.4 Transport equipment ...1670 931...4353 953...52112 11467 Total Imports ...43198 24075 ...228307 51413 ...1683467 369769 Contd.... (Contd...) Economic Survey 2015-16 A104 Table 7.2 (A) : Principal Imports (Concld...)Quantity : Thousand tonnes Value : R crore & US$ million 2014-15 2014-15 (April-November) 2015-16 (April-November) (P) Qty R Cr$ million Qty R Cr$ million Qty R Cr$ million 1 2 2122 232425 262728 29 I. Food and live animals chiefly for food (excl. cashew raw) of which: ... ... ......... ......... ... I.1 Cereals and cereal preparations 120718 117 76450 745481286 200 II. Raw materials and intermediate manufactures ... ... ......... ......... ... II.1 Cashewnuts (unprocessed) 9336600 1087 7925325 8838137035 1092 II.2 Crude rubber (including synthetic and reclaimed) 916 11691 19166508617 1424 6456978 1081 II.3 Fibres of which: ... ... ......... ......... ... II.3.1 Synthetic and regenerated fibres (man-made fibres) ... 2484 407...1758 290...1805 280 II.3.2 Raw wool 972126 349681545 256651366 212 II.3.3 Raw cotton 2593102 5092132620 4311852022 313 II.3.4 Raw jute 44140 2340123 2175295 45 II.4 Petroleum, oil and lubricants ...842874 138326 ...644859 106596 ...396704 61550 II.5 Animal and vegetable oils and fats of which: II.5.1 Edible oils 1273264890 10621 856845235 747110330 45257 7007 II.6 Fertilizers and chemical products of which: II.6.1 Fertilizers and fertilizer mfg 2664945295 739917983 31406 517421406 41651 6453 II.6.2 Chemical elements and compounds ...145919 23899 ...102985 17016 ...97034 15043 II.6.3 Dyeing, tanning and colouring material ... 14937 2448 ...10510 1738 ...10124 1567 II.6.4 Medicinal and pharmaceutical products ... 33211 5433 ...22180 3665 ...23697 3673 II.6.5 Plastic material, regenerated cellulose and artificial resins ... 66821 10943 ...47486 7843 ...47709 7397 II.7 Pulp and waste paper 13365781 944...3820 630...4006 620 II.8 Paper, paper board and manufactures thereof ... 20810 340690414397 237898513848 2145 II.9 Non-metallic mineral manufactures of which: II.9.1 Pearls, precious and semiprecious stones, unworked or worked 16651 137968 22598 ...95917 15860 ...81054 12593 II.10 Iron and steel ...99753 163011072564834 107051338865836 10200 II.11 Non-ferrous metals ...304062 49676 ...212418 34983 ...207262 32091 III. Capital goods a...326419 53298 ...203080 33529 ...213256 33020 III.1 Manufactures of metals ...27652 4516 ...17345 2865 ...18715 2898 III.2 Non-electrical machinery b apparatus and appliances including machine tools 110772 18106 ...71876 11872 ...76433 11839 17101 III.3 Electrical machinery, apparatus and appliances b75475 12330 ...48481 8002 ...51946 80522994 III.4 Transport equipment 11252118345 ...65378 10790 ...66161 10232 7810 Total Imports 2737087448033 ...1915129 316281 ...1689710 261867315652 Source : DGCI&S, Kolkata. Notes: ... : Not available. P : Provisional a : From the year 1987-88 onwards, capital goods include project good\ s. b : From the year 1991-92 onwards, Items III.2 & III.3 exclude electronic goods. Economic Survey 2015-16 A105 Table 7.2(B) : Share and Percentage Change of Major Imports Percentage sharePercentage changea Commodity Group2013-142014-15 2014-15 (Apr.-Nov.) 2015-16 (P) (Apr.-Nov.) 2013-14 2014-15 2014-15 (Apr.-Nov.) 2015-16 (P) (Apr.-Nov.) 1 23 4567 89 I. Food and allied products b3.3 3.9 3.94.9-14.1 19.9 25.4 3.1 of which 1. Cereals c0.0 0.0 0.00.13.328.6 25.1168.2 2. Pulses 0.50.6 0.60.9-13.8 32.0 28.926.6 3. Cashew Nuts 0.20.2 0.30.4-22.8 39.9 47.923.9 4. Edible Oils 2.12.4 2.42.7-16.6 13.0 21.2 -6.2 II. Fuel 40.334.7 37.426.9 0.2-14.1 -0.9-40.3 5. Coal d3.6 4.0 3.73.4-3.7 8.7 7.8-22.2 6. POL 36.630.8 33.723.5 0.6-16.4 -1.8-42.3 III. Fertilizers e1.4 1.7 1.62.5-28.1 17.5 2.524.3 I V. Paper board manufactures & newsprint 0.70.8 0.80.88.210.5 16.3 -9.8 V. Capital goods f11.1 11.0 9.811.5-13.6 -1.5-6.9-2.6 of which 7. Machinery except elec & machine tool 3.23.3 3.13.8-11.5 3.01.73.1 8. Electrical machinery 2.62.8 2.53.1-14.5 5.61.90.5 9. Transport equipment 4.34.1 3.43.9-9.2 -4.8-15.1 -5.1 10. Project goods 1.00.8 0.80.7-30.8 -19.9 -22.3-24.5 VI. Others 42.947.8 46.653.3-13.3 10.8 11.9 -5.2 of which 11. Chemicals g4.4 4.7 4.85.04.95.712.2 -13.0 12. Pearls precious semi precious stones 5.35.0 5.04.85.3-5.4 -1.0-20.8 13. Iron & steel h2.8 3.6 3.43.9-28.5 28.9 25.0 -4.8 14. Non-ferrous metals i2.0 2.4 2.32.6-2.0 21.4 21.5 -6.6 15. Gold & Silver 7.18.7 8.89.7-42.7 22.1 15.6 -9.0 16. Professional instruments, optical goods, etc. 0.80.8 0.80.9-4.2 3.3 4.2-5.4 17. Electronic Goods 7.48.4 7.910.6 -1.013.0 10.2 11.1 Total Imports 100.0100.0 100.0100.0 -8.3-0.5 4.6-17.2 Source : DGCI&S, Kolkata. Notes: P : Provisional a : In terms of US dollar b : Including tea, sugar, milk and cream, spices, fruits & nuts. c : Including wheat, rice and cereals preparations. d : Including coke and briquettes. e : Including fertilizers crude and fertilizers manufactured. f : Including manufactures of metals. g : Including organic chemical, inorganic chemical, chemical materials & products and dyeing, tanning & colouring material. h : Including primary steel and pig iron based items. I : Excluding gold and silver Economic Survey 2015-16 A106 Table 7.3 (A): Principal Exports Quantity : Thousand tonnes Value : R crore & US$ million 1960-61 1970-711980-81 Qty R Cr$ million Qty R Cr$ million Qty R Cr$ million 1 2 34 567 8910 11 I. Agricultural and allied products: of which ... 284 596 ...487 644...2057 2601 I. 1 Coffee 19.771532.2 253387.3 214 271 I. 2 Tea and mate 199.2124260199.1 148196229.2 426538 I. 3 Oil cakes 433.81429878.5 5573886 125 158 I. 4 Tobacco 47.5163449.8 334391.3 141 178 I. 5 Cashew kernels 43.6194060.6 577632.3 140 177 I. 6 Spices 47.2173646.9 395184.2 1114 I. 7 Sugar and molasses 99.63060473 29 3997.0 4050 I. 8 Raw cotton 32.6122532.1 1419131.6 165209 I. 9 Rice ...... ...32.8 57726.7 224283 I. 10 Fish and fish preparations 19.951032.6 314069.4 217 274 I. 11 Meat and meat preparations ...1 2... 3 4... 56 70 I. 12 Fruits, vegetables and pulses (excl.cashew kernels, processed fruits & juices) ... 613 ...12 16...80 101 I. 13 Miscellaneous processed foods (incl. processed fruits and juices) ... 1 2... 4 6... 36 45 II. Ores and minerals (excl. coal) of which ... 52 109 ...164 217...414 523 II.1 Mica 28.4......26.7 162116.7 1822 II.2 Iron ore (million tonne) 3.217 3621.2 117 15522.4 303 384 III. Manufactured goods of which ... 291 610 ...772 1021 ...3747 4738 III. 1 Textile fabrics & manufactures (excl. carpets hand-made) of which ... 73 153 ...145 192...933 1179 III.1.1 Cotton yarn,fabrics, made-ups etc. ...65 136 ...142 188...408 516 III.1.2 Readymade garments of all textile materials ... 1 2...29 39...550 696 III. 2 Coir yarn and manufactures ...613 ...13 17...17 22 III. 3 Jute manufactures incl.twist & yarn 790.0135283560.0 190252660.0 330417 III. 4 Leather & leather manufactures incl. leather footwear,leather travel goods & leather garments ... 28 59...80 106 ...390 493 III. 5 Handicrafts (incl. carpets hand-made) c of which: ... 11 23...73 96...952 1204 III. 5.1 Gems and jewellery ...1 2...45 59...618 782 III. 6 Chemicals and allied products a... 715 ...29 39...225 284 III. 7 Machinery, transport & metal manufactures including iron and steel b... 22 46...198 261...827 1045 I V. Mineral fuels and lubricants (incl. coal) d... 715 ...13 17...28 35 Total Exports ...642 1346 ...1535 2031 ...6711 8486 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A107 Table 7.3 (A): Principal Exports (Contd.)Quantity : Thousand tonnes Value : R crore & US$ million 1990-91 2000-01 2010-11 Qty R Cr$ million Qty R Cr$ million Qty R Cr$ million 1 2 1213 141516 1718 19 20 I. Agricultural and allied products: of which ... 6317 3521 ...28582 6256 ...111393 24448 I. 1 Coffee 86.5252 141184.9 1185 259232.6 3010 662 I. 2 Tea and mate 199.11070 596202.4 1976 433238.3 3354 736 I. 3 Oil cakes 2447.86093392417.8 2045 4486936.9 11070 2438 I. 4 Tobacco 87.1263 147108.3 871 191215.9 3985 875 I. 5 Cashew kernels 55.5447 24983.81883 41212156.5 2853627 I. 6 Spices 103.3239133244.9 1619 354762.7 8043 1768 I. 7 Sugar and molasses 191.03821769.0 511 1122086.3 56331246 I. 8 Raw cotton 374.484647130.2 224 491885.8 13160 2910 I. 9 Rice 505.04622571534.4 2943 6442471.4 11586 2545 I. 10 Fish and fish preparations 158.9960535502.6 6367 1394825.3 11917 2623 I. 11 Meat and meat preparations ...140 78...1470 322...8960 1971 I. 12 Fruits, vegetables and pulses (excl.cashew kernels, processed fruits & juices) ... 216 120 ...1609 352...6350 1397 I. 13 Miscellaneous processed foods (incl. processed fruits and juices) ... 213 119 ...1094 239...3669 806 II. Ores and minerals (excl. coal) of which ... 1497 834...4139 906...39098 8581 II.1 Mica 42.0351963.2 64 14125.8 189 42 II.2 Iron ore (million tonne) 32.51049 58520161.4 1634 35846.921416 4715 III. Manufactured goods of which ... 23736 13229 ...160723 35181 ...789433 173263 III. 1 Textile fabrics & manufactures (excl. carpets hand-made) of which ... 6832 3807 ...... ...... ... ... III.1.1 Cotton yarn,fabrics, made-ups etc. ...2100 1170 ...16030 3509 ...13160 2910 III.1.2 Readymade garments of all textile materials ... 4012 2236 ...25478 5577 ...52861 11614 III. 2 Coir yarn and manufactures ...48 27...221 48...726 159 III. 3 Jute manufactures incl.twist & yarn 220.0298166 ...932 204 ...2092 459 III. 4 Leather & leather manufactures incl. leather footwear,leather travel goods & leather garments ... 2600 1449 ...8914 1951 ...17818 3909 III. 5 Handicrafts (incl. carpets hand-made) c of which ... 6167 3437 ...5097 1116 ...5877 1293 III. 5.1 Gems and jewellery ...5247 2924 ...33734 7384 ...184420 40509 III. 6 Chemicals and allied products a...2111 1176 ...22851 5002 ...131544 28905 III. 7 Machinery, transport & metal manufactures including iron and steel b...3872 2158 ...31870 6976 ...226805 49815 I V. Mineral fuels and lubricants (incl.coal) d...948 528 ...8822 1931 ...192639 42280 Total Exports ...32553 18143 ...201356 44076 ...1136964 251136 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A108 Table 7.3 (A): Principal Exports (Concld...)Quantity : Thousand tonnes Value : R crore & US$ million 2014-15 2014-15 (April-November) 2015-16 (April-November) Qty R Cr$ million Qty R Cr$ million Qty R Cr$ million 1 2 2122 2324 25 262728 29 I. Agricultural and allied products: of which ... 240642 39357 ...159201 26300 ...136283 21108 I. 1 Coffee 221.44973 813142.5 3172 524161.9 3241 502 I. 2 Tea and mate 215.44171 682143.7 2857 472161.6 3134 485 I. 3 Oil cakes 3904.6812913292278.0 4429 7321508.6 2574 399 I. 4 Tobacco 251.25869 960158.0 3673 607146.9 3763 583 I. 5 Cashew kernels 110.75622 91970.4 3677 60877.33402 527 I. 6 Spices 926.014848 2428642.5 10200 1685538.110531 1631 I. 7 Sugar and molasses 2202.85522 9031318.7 3388 5602220.0 4901 759 I. 8 Raw cotton 1142.511643 1904598.1 6509 1075624.1 5902 914 I. 9 Rice 11977.148028 78557533.0 31270 51666982.8 25575 3961 I. 10 Fish and fish preparations 1074.033688 5510724.3 24052 3973685.821627 3350 I. 11 Meat and meat preparations ...30128 4927...20167 3332 ...18034 2793 I. 12 Fruits, vegetables and pulses (excl. cashew kernels, processed fruits & juices) ... 9045 1479 ...5801 958...5665 877 I. 13 Miscellaneous processed foods (incl. processed fruits and juices) ... 13037 2132...8556 1414 ...8993 1393 II. Ores and minerals (excl. coal) of which ... 28618 4680...18899 3122 ...14988 2321 II.1 Mica ...342 5694.0 230 3892.0 233 36 II.2 Iron ore (million tonne) ...3211 5254.22117 3501.7564 87 III. Manufactured goods of which ... 1266205 207087 ...838944 138595 ...826650 128035 III. 1 Textile fabrics & manufactures (excl. carpets hand-made) of which ... 42456 6944...28175 4655 ...27379 4241 III.1.1 Cotton yarn,fabrics, made-ups etc. ...57832 9458...37775 6241 ...38435 5953 III.1.2 Readymade garments of all textile materials ... 102943 16836 ...65111 10756 ...70730 10955 III. 2 Coir yarn and manufactures ...1743 285...1162 192...1019 158 III. 3 Jute manufactures incl.twist & yarn ...2242 367...1506 249...2102 326 III. 4 Leather & leather manufactures incl. leather footwear,leather travel goods & leather garments ... 37853 6191...25587 4227 ...24277 3760 III. 5 Handicrafts (incl. carpets hand- made) c of which ... 16728 2736...11362 1877 ...13183 2042 III. 5.1 Gems and jewellery ...252208 41248 17318028610 ...167570 25954 III. 6 Chemicals and allied products a...228282 37335 15147225023 ...158270 24514 III. 7 Machinery, transport & metal manufactures including iron and steel b ...433868 70959 ...282420 46656 ...260021 40273 I V. Mineral fuels and lubricants (incl.coal) d...350993 57405 ...270172 44633 ...133057 20608 Total Exports ...1896348 310147 ...1293967 213765 ...1119303 173363 Source : DGCI&S, Kolkata. Notes: ... : Not Available. P : Provisional a : Chemicals and allied products figures relate to "Basic Chemicals" and "Plastic Linoleum products". b : Also includes electronic goods and computer software. c : Gems and Jewellery excluded from Handicarafts and reported as indiv\ idual item since 1997-98. d : During 1990-91 and 2000-01 crude oil exports amount to Nil. Economic Survey 2015-16 A109 Table 7.3 (B) Share and Percentage Change of Major Exports Commodity GroupPercentage share Percentage change a 2013-142014-152014-152015-16 (P) 2013-14 2014-152014-152015-16 (P) (Apr.-Nov.) (Apr.-Nov.) 1 23456789 I. Agricullture & allied of which 13.7 12.712.312.2 5.2-8.7 -0.6-19.7 1 Te a 0.30.20.20.3-7.1-15.3 -11.7 2.9 2 Coffee 0.30.30.20.3-8.4 2.53.4-4.2 3 Cereals 3.33.13.12.58.7-9.2 -1.3-35.4 4 Unmanufactured tobacco 0.30.20.20.212.7 -13.9 -22.8 -8.7 5 Spices 0.80.80.80.9-10.3 -3.00.5-3.2 6 Cashewnuts 0.30.30.30.312.7 8.45.8-13.3 7 Oil meals 0.90.40.30.2-7.1-52.9 -55.9-45.5 8 Fruits & vegetables & pulses 0.60.50.40.531.4 -17.0 -11.7 -8.4 9 Marine products 1.61.81.91.946.2 8.817.6 -15.7 10 Raw cotton 1.20.60.50.5-0.9-48.4 -19.2-15.0 II. Ores and Minerals of which 1.8 1.51.51.31.6-18.8 -16.4-25.6 11 Iron ore 0.50.20.20.1-5.1-66.5 -65.1-75.0 12 Processed minerals 0.30.30.30.3-3.6 3.13.8-17.3 13 Other ores & minerals 0.70.70.70.810.9 -2.9 0.4-11.7 III. Manufactured goods of which 63.5 66.764.873.3 5.73.76.6-7.6 14 Leather & manufactures 1.21.31.31.315.9 5.611.5 -13.3 15 Leather footwear 0.60.70.70.820.1 11.921.2 -7.1 16 Gems & jewellerly 13.113.313.415.0 -3.9-0.3 1.6-9.3 17 Drugs, pharmaceuticals & fine chemicals 1.1 1.11.11.4-14.7 -1.2-4.7 4.8 18 Dyes/intmdts. & Coaltar chemicals 0.70.80.80.822.8 9.426.2 -17.0 19 Manufactures of metals 4.45.45.05.3-1.0 21.0 23.6-13.9 20 Machinery & instruments 5.25.95.66.66.712.2 16.1 -4.2 21 Transport equipments 6.47.97.78.117.4 22.228.3-14.4 22 Primary & semi-finished Iron & Steel 2.92.82.72.314.4 -6.3-0.7-33.1 23 Electronic Goods 2.31.81.81.9-4.2-22.1 -23.7-12.3 24 Cotton yarn, fabrics, made-ups etc. 3.13.02.93.417.6 -2.4-1.0-4.6 25 Readymade Garments 4.85.45.06.315.8 12.315.3 1.8 26 Handicrafts 0.50.40.40.652.3 -8.6-3.215.8 IV Crude & Petroleum Products (incl. Coal) 20.618.520.9 11.9 4.7-11.4 0.1-53.8 V Other & unclassified items 0.50.50.50.7-49.0 7.212.4 15.6 Total Exports 100.0100.0100.0100.0 4.7-1.3 4.1-18.2 Source : DGCI&S, Kolkata Notes: P : Provisional a : In terms of US dollar Economic Survey 2015-16 A110 Table 7.4 (A): Direction of Imports : Imports by Regions and Countries 2013-142014-15Change (4) over (2) (Per cent) Share (Percent) Apr-Nov. 2014 Apr-Nov. 2015 (P) Change (10) over (8) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) Regions / Countries (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) 1 2345 678910 11 1213 I Europe 71,010424,266 73,920451,909 4.116.551,715 313,395 43,159278,566 -16.516.5 (a) EU Countries (27) 49,951301,284 49,208300,771 -1.511.033,602 203,417 28,725185,325 -14.511.0 1) Germany 12,93278,21012,78878,181 -1.12.98,839 53,549 7,91151,062 -10.53.0 2) Belgium 10,75264,67210,80665,939 0.52.47,644 46,207 5,22333,600 -31.72.0 3) U K 6,04536,043 5,01830,733 -17.01.13,348 20,313 3,62123,386 8.21.4 4) France 3,69222,331 4,41627,030 19.61.02,701 16,333 1,93812,517 -28.30.7 5) Italy 4,15725,141 4,23225,862 1.80.92,869 17,358 2,73317,646 -4.71.0 6) Netherland 3,13918,921 2,80317,095 -10.70.62,153 13,039 1,2958,373 -39.80.5 7) Spain 1,84311,172 2,00512,281 8.80.41,214 7,3511,1517,429 -5.20.4 8) Sweden 1,67910,158 1,74810,702 4.10.41,192 7,2341,0586,820 -11.30.4 9) Finland 1,0546,422 9175,600 -13.00.26433,891 6904,453 7.30.3 10) Austria 8295,018 8164,982 -1.60.25773,491 5353,456 -7.30.2 11) Poland 6233,780 6363,891 2.10.14302,609 3772,434 -12.40.1 12) Ireland 5583,379 5333,260 -4.50.13502,119 3412,203 -2.50.1 13) Czech Republic 5183,140 5183,166 -0.00.13382,041 3452,221 2.10.1 14) Denmark 4452,692 4582,801 2.90.13031,835 2691,740 -11.10.1 15) Romania 3762,268 2961,812 -21.10.12001,209 2061,333 3.20.1 16) Hungary 2201,334 2401,466 8.60.1158 9551681,084 6.60.1 17) Portugal 3402,075 145885 -57.30.0106 642 69445 -34.90.0 18) Slovak Rep 53322 137846 157.9 0.044265 44284 0.40.0 19) Greece 109659128779 16.70.092555 83531 -10.10.0 20) Estonia 115710 118720 2.40.0 80482 124791 55.20.0 21) Lithuania 54323 112678 108.4 0.095572 1581,023 66.30.1 22) Slovenia 118714 105639 -11.50.071432 59381 -17.00.0 23) Bulgaria 94568 104634 10.70.072435 58373 -19.60.0 24) Luxembourg 46277 42256 -9.40.023136 1581,027 604.40.1 25) Latvia 104622 36220 -65.10.027165 53341 92.30.0 26) Malta 34210 28174 -17.50.018110 1596 -18.1 0.0 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A111 Table 7.4 (A): Direction of Imports : Imports by Regions and Countries 2013-142014-15Change (4) over (2) (Per cent) Share (Percent) Apr-Nov. 2014 Apr-Nov. 2015 (P) Change (10) over (8) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) Regions / Countries (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) 1 2345 678910 11 1213 27) Cyprus 20122 23140 12.40.0158942273 185.2 0.0 (b) European Free Trade Associatipn (EFTA) 20,063116,922 23,140141,551 15.35.217,024 103,403 13,91389,881 -18.35.3 1) Switzerland 19,311112,338 22,133135,367 14.64.916,462 99,98613,60187,856 -17.45.2 2) Norway 7454,540 1,0016,148 34.40.25603,398 3071,997 -45.00.1 3) Iceland 741 529 -29.3 0.0316 423 35.00.0 4) Liechtenstein 0317148.9 0.01415 29.5 0.0 (c) Other European Countries 9966,060 1,5729,587 57.80.41,089 6,575 5223,360 -52.10.2 1) Turkey 7604,594 1,4648,937 92.50.39966,019 4803,089 -51.80.2 2) Albania 1991,244 51301 -74.50.050298 956 -82.8 0.0 3) Croatia 105829174 194.8 0.026160 24153 -10.10.0 4) Union of Serbia & Montenegro 633 1593 172.6 0.01165 215 -78.8 0.0 5) Macedonia 20121 956 -54.6 0.0318 426 32.10.0 6) Bosnia-Hrzgovin 210 426 156.6 0.0315 321 27.30.0 II Africa 36,627221,340 38,635235,792 5.58.628,112 170,136 23,323150,411 -17.08.9 (a) Southern African Customs Union (SACU) 6,59839,081 7,56746,262 14.71.75,156 31,217 4,58829,536 -11.01.8 1) South Africa 6,07535,858 6,49739,741 6.91.54,360 26,410 4,22127,183 -3.21.6 2) Botswana 3832,361 1,0136,168 164.50.27564,564 3412,188 -54.90.1 3) Namibia 137834209 164.8 0.029174 849 -73.6 0.0 4) Swaziland 125770 22136 -82.30.010631488 32.10.0 5) Lesotho 314 18-45.0 0.015429 408.0 0.0 (b) Other South African Countries 6,54139,962 5,25932,059 -19.61.23,865 23,356 2,62416,894 -32.11.0 1) Angola 5,99236,651 4,61828,118 -22.91.03,504 21,172 2,10013,496 -40.10.8 2) Mozambique 2931,781 3261,998 11.20.11841,116 2401,551 30.40.1 3) Zambia 2431,454 2831,740 16.50.1156 9432751,786 76.60.1 4) Zimbabwe 137633202 161.6 0.020125 1062 -53.3 0.0 (c) West Africa 17,237104,580 20,035122,203 16.24.515,103 91,43512,67681,804 -16.14.8 1) Nigeria 14,09885,76713,68383,433 -2.93.110,669 64,624 7,39047,715 -30.72.8 2) Ghana 3712,250 1,2587,741 239.40.35683,444 2,32414,995 309.10.9 Contd.... (Contd....) Economic Survey 2015-16 A112 Table 7.4 (A): Direction of Imports : Imports by Regions and Countries 2013-142014-15Change (4) over (2) (Per cent) Share (Percent) Apr-Nov. 2014 Apr-Nov. 2015 (P) Change (10) over (8) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) Regions / Countries (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) 1 2345 678910 11 1213 3) Gabon 8685,077 7934,811 -8.70.27074,272 85555 -87.90.0 4) Equtl Guinea 3021,869 7494,581 148.30.25633,415 2821,829 -49.90.1 5) Cameroon 2681,624 7454,542 177.80.24752,858 4332,780 -8.90.2 6) Guinea 1941,116 7304,449 275.40.25253,175 2891,856 -45.10.1 7) Cote D’ Ivoire 2981,791 5323,216 78.30.14902,955 5323,423 8.40.2 8) Congo P Rep 90539 3662,231 308.30.12361,424 153980 -35.20.1 9) Benin 1681,001 2221,343 32.50.01971,188 2511,611 27.10.1 10) Senegal 1549542081,270 35.50.0154 9341801,159 16.40.1 11) Togo 1569491961,198 25.10.0138 8361971,266 43.20.1 12) Guinea Bissau 110678 158967 44.40.0158 9641931,257 21.90.1 13) Burkina Faso 17101 152937 816.3 0.067409 1821,171 171.80.1 14) Mali 71426 79476 10.80.073441 101652 37.90.0 15) Liberia 27156 58359 114.7 0.0426 30187 600.2 0.0 16) Mauritania 744 43265 489.9 0.026158 1279 -53.8 0.0 17) Gambia 29182 36220 23.60.034208 30195 -12.20.0 18) Sierra Leone 634 24144 324.3 0.015911277 -20.4 0.0 19) Cape Verde Is 319 318 -6.60.0 210 214 40.80.0 20) Niger 1313 1.90.0 0201-35.7 0.0 21) St Helena 0101 0.00.0 0100-100.0 0.0 22) Sao Tome 0000 0.00.0 0000-100.0 0.0 (d) Central Africa 1086472661,630 145.70.11771,076 4532,921 156.00.2 1) Congo D. Rep. 47277 126770 167.4 0.0112 682 92582 -18.40.0 2) Chad 1168 63390 457.5 0.014842871,851 1,980.4 0.1 3) Uganda 33200 38230 13.70.028167 26171 -4.20.0 4) Malawi 159437228 142.8 0.022136 47305 111.8 0.0 5) Rwanda 0217384.0 0.01317113.7 0.0 6) Central African Republic 1514-30.8 0.01414 -5.20.0 7) Burundi 0102 61.1 0.0 0101-56.5 0.0 Contd.... (Contd....) Economic Survey 2015-16 A113 Table 7.4 (A): Direction of Imports : Imports by Regions and Countries 2013-142014-15Change (4) over (2) (Per cent) Share (Percent) Apr-Nov. 2014 Apr-Nov. 2015 (P) Change (10) over (8) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) Regions / Countries (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) 1 2345 678910 11 1213 (e) East Africa 1,0346,1601,4428,837 39.50.38485,131 7584,898 -10.50.3 1) Tanzania Rep 7244,298 1,0896,680 50.30.26163,726 5243,385 -15.00.2 2) Kenya 127763 117717 -7.30.084510 80515 -5.30.0 3) Madagascar 53317 95585 80.30.049296 68439 39.60.0 4) Ethiopia 28170 44272 55.80.022134 37239 67.10.0 5) Somalia 46279 38231 -17.50.036219 1386 -63.1 0.0 6) Reunion 23137 23138 -0.80.016951489 -13.0 0.0 7) Mauritius 21125 21129 1.90.0 15911491 -6.60.0 8) Comoros 741 1170 71.50.0 849 745 -13.9 0.0 9) Djibouti 424 19-64.6 0.01416 37.1 0.0 10) Seychelles 1617 18.2 0.0 1514-37.5 0.0 (f) North Africa 5,10930,910 4,06624,801 -20.40.92,963 17,921 2,22314,357 -25.00.8 1) Egypt A Rp 2,38914,391 1,74210,645 -27.10.41,230 7,4561,0176,549 -17.40.4 2) Morocco 8795,388 9365,725 6.50.26393,871 7765,021 21.40.3 3) Sudan 4362,697 5703,440 30.50.15043,033 126805 -75.10.0 4) Algeria 8615,232 5523,380 -35.90.13602,179 2261,479 -37.10.1 5) Tunisia 92557 1961,191 114.30.0161 973 70450 -56.70.0 6) Libya 4522,645 70419 -84.50.068408 852 -88.0 0.0 III America 57,454347,400 55,909341,700 -2.712.539,061 236,577 30,722198,441 -21.311.7 (a) North America 29,326176,996 28,957177,103 -1.36.519,552 118,426 18,090116,885 -7.56.9 1) U S A 22,505135,613 21,815133,421 -3.14.914,711 89,107 13,771 88,911 -6.45.3 2) Canada 3,14819,030 3,74922,966 19.10.82,535 15,388 2,55516,557 0.81.0 3) Mexico 3,67222,353 3,39320,717 -7.60.82,305 13,931 1,76411,418 -23.50.7 (b) Latin America 28,128170,404 26,952164,596 -4.26.019,510 118,151 12,63281,556 -35.34.8 1) Venezuela 13,94084,384 11,73071,586 -15.92.68,796 53,274 4,25827,443 -51.61.6 2) Brazil 3,72122,547 5,40133,037 45.11.23,647 22,076 2,87318,551 -21.21.1 3) Chile 2,50815,230 3,08118,806 22.80.72,199 13,310 1,4529,331 -34.00.6 4) Colombia 4,97129,996 2,13513,070 -57.00.51,640 9,978 5943,834 -63.80.2 Contd.... 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Economic Survey 2015-16 A114 Table 7.4 (A): Direction of Imports : Imports by Regions and Countries 2013-142014-15Change (4) over (2) (Per cent) Share (Percent) Apr-Nov. 2014 Apr-Nov. 2015 (P) Change (10) over (8) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) Regions / Countries (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) 1 2345 678910 11 1213 5) Argentina 1,3388,1551,99212,167 48.90.41,498 9,0881,4859,622 -0.90.6 6) Ecuador 2551,588 1,0666,415 317.20.29705,819 5443,514 -43.90.2 7) Peru 5243,172 5903,617 12.60.13852,338 4853,151 25.80.2 8) Dominic Rep 13762911,803 2,225.3 0.167413 3512,289 421.40.1 9) Suriname 13792111,309 1,503.6 0.020121 37236 85.00.0 10) Costa Rica 2041,236 155942 -23.90.0131 788 51329 -60.70.0 11) Paraguay 533 88540 1,568.9 0.055334 77498 40.30.0 12) Trinidad 533 68427 1,178.9 0.01650324 4,932.3 0.0 13) Panama Republic 42251 30186 -26.80.022134 67439 205.4 0.0 14) Honduras 23137 25155 12.00.019115 1280 -34.7 0.0 15) Uruguay 20124 20124 -0.30.01488 1173 -21.7 0.0 16) Guatemala 137817104 30.50.01376 960 -25.5 0.0 17) Netherland Antilles 426 1169 160.0 0.0742 1171 57.10.0 18) Guyana 744 1063 41.50.0 742 1170 55.30.0 19) El Salvador 848 1063 28.50.0 636 531 -19.5 0.0 20) Bolivia 214 422 47.10.0 29159 1,031 9,996.2 0.1 21) Falkland Is 210 316 65.00.0 214 211 -26.5 0.0 22) Nicaragua 316 213 -17.4 0.0211 318 63.20.0 23) Jamaica 16211 97.80.0 1716-22.6 0.0 24) Haiti 16210 65.30.0 15215 166.3 0.0 25) Cuba 215 210 -34.6 0.01615-20.0 0.0 26) Franch Guiana 215 19-42.9 0.01301-63.0 0.0 27) Br Virgn Is 0115412.5 0.01302-54.4 0.0 28) Bahamas 4943,052 14-99.9 0.00277510 21,311.1 0.0 29) Virgin Is Us 214 14-73.5 0.01314 15.5 0.0 30) Antigua 00031,125.0 0.00200-97.2 0.0 31) St Kitt N A 00021,750.0 0.00201-61.8 0.0 32) Belize 2901-86.5 0.00102131.3 0.0 Contd.... 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Economic Survey 2015-16 A115 Table 7.4 (A): Direction of Imports : Imports by Regions and Countries 2013-142014-15Change (4) over (2) (Per cent) Share (Percent) Apr-Nov. 2014 Apr-Nov. 2015 (P) Change (10) over (8) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) Regions / Countries (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) 1 2345 678910 11 1213 33) Barbados 0101 54.5 0.0 0101-11.8 0.0 34) St Lucia 1301-72.0 0.00002440.0 0.0 35) Dominica 0001 42.9 0.0 0000 16.7 0.0 36) Martinique 0101-25.0 0.00000 0.00.0 37) Bermuda 0001 0.00.0 0000 0.00.0 38) Guadeloupe 0200-77.1 0.00000-62.5 0.0 39) Turks Caicos Islands 0100-91.7 0.00000 0.00.0 40) Montserrat 0000 0.00.0 0000 0.00.0 41) Cayman Is 0000 0.00.0 0000 0.00.0 42) St Vincent 0000 0.00.0 0000 0.00.0 IV Asia 273,1981,650,452 263,9131,612,004 -3.458.9186,654 1,130,023 153,714991,667 -17.658.7 (a) East Asia (Oceania) 10,62863,822 11,02467,445 3.72.57,444 45,118 6,62442,754 -11.02.5 1) Australia 9,82358,958 10,24762,701 4.32.36,887 41,745 6,04539,014 -12.22.3 2) New Zealand 6153,701 5913,608 -3.80.14262,575 3812,467 -10.40.1 3) Papua New Guinea 1781,084 157961 -11.80.0122 7411571,012 28.90.1 4) Solomon Is 533 1384 154.2 0.01539254 5,195.9 0.0 5) Nauru Rp 530 1062 114.1 0.0531 00 0.00.0 6) Fiji Is 211 211 -10.0 0.01401-72.1 0.0 7) Tuvalu 0019 0.00.0 1900-99.3 0.0 8) Samoa 00175,800.0 0.01716-25.0 0.0 9) Timor Leste 1502-62.7 0.00200-88.9 0.0 10) Kiribati Rep 0000 0.00.0 00 -100.00.0 11) Vanuatu Rep 0000 0.00.0 0000400.0 0.0 12) Tonga 0000-50.0 0.00000 0.00.0 (b) ASEAN 41,278249,595 44,715273,405 8.310.030,358 183,852 27,408176,727 -9.710.5 1) Indonesia 14,74889,03515,00591,845 1.73.39,901 60,006 8,89657,326 -10.23.4 2) Malaysia 9,23055,902 11,11867,919 20.52.57,818 47,341 6,28040,541 -19.72.4 3) Singapore 6,762 41,0637,12443,552 5.41.64,812 29,127 5,02832,425 4.51.9 Contd.... 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Economic Survey 2015-16 A116 Table 7.4 (A): Direction of Imports : Imports by Regions and Countries 2013-142014-15Change (4) over (2) (Per cent) Share (Percent) Apr-Nov. 2014 Apr-Nov. 2015 (P) Change (10) over (8) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) Regions / Countries (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) 1 2345 678910 11 1213 4) Thailand 5,34032,380 5,86635,862 9.81.33,995 24,192 3,79824,497 -4.91.4 5) Vietnam Soc Rep 2,59415,568 3,00318,398 15.80.71,916 11,614 1,72011,111 -10.20.7 6) Myanmar 1,3968,3911,2327,477 -11.80.39525,732 7684,926 -19.30.3 7) Brunei 7644,575 8415,134 10.10.26203,754 3952,538 -36.30.2 8) Philippines 3922,372 4232,585 8.00.12761,671 3892,503 40.80.1 9) Laos 39229 85523 116.4 0.056340 101652 81.20.0 10) Cambodia 137718110 41.20.0127532208 157.0 0.0 (c) West Asia- GCC 101,799614,287 84,433514,788 -17.118.863,828 386,234 39,740256,226 -37.715.2 1) Saudi Arab 36,404220,515 28,108171,221 -22.86.321,194 128,079 14,76995,229 -30.35.6 2) UAE 29,020174,127 26,140159,625 -9.95.819,365 117,368 13,65788,081 -29.55.2 3) Qatar 15,70895,00514,60589,064 -7.03.311,017 66,684 6,34540,904 -42.42.4 4) Kuwait 17,154103,363 13,38281,511 -22.03.010,595 64,121 3,60623,212 -66.01.4 5) Oman 2,95117,828 1,75210,648 -40.60.41,324 7,9761,1307,298 -14.60.4 6) Baharain Is 5633,449 4462,720 -20.80.13322,007 2321,502 -30.00.1 (d) Other West Asia 32,646197,386 26,997164,590 -17.36.020,163 121,938 14,66494,373 -27.35.6 1) Iraq 18,521111,638 14,24886,779 -23.13.210,594 63,975 7,94251,110 -25.03.0 2) Iran 10,30762,798 8,95554,588 -13.12.07,135 43,226 4,72930,414 -33.71.8 3) Israel 2,31213,888 2,32814,229 0.70.51,552 9,3861,3718,838 -11.60.5 4) Jordan 6113,637 8585,253 40.50.25843,544 5703,683 -2.30.2 5) Yemen Republc 7824,727 5413,326 -30.90.12491,505 638 -97.6 0.0 6) Lebanon 37224 40242 6.70.0 30181 18118 -39.00.0 7) Syria 77474 28173 -63.00.020120 27172 34.70.0 (e) NE Asia 84,373510,353 93,813573,828 11.220.963,024 381,761 63,295408,786 0.424.2 1) China P Rp 51,035309,235 60,413369,565 18.413.540,349 244,408 41,775269,913 3.515.9 2) Korea Rp 12,47175,28313,52982,720 8.53.09,144 55,365 8,76156,546 -4.23.3 3) Japan 9,48157,212 10,13161,990 6.92.36,980 42,334 6,44341,579 -7.72.5 4) Hong Kong 7,32244,107 5,57234,089 -23.91.23,646 22,071 3,91625,275 7.41.5 5) Taiwan 4,04124,382 4,02924,618 -0.30.92,793 16,913 2,31914,960 -17.00.9 Contd.... 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Economic Survey 2015-16 A117 Table 7.4 (A): Direction of Imports : Imports by Regions and Countries 2013-142014-15Change (4) over (2) (Per cent) Share (Percent) Apr-Nov. 2014 Apr-Nov. 2015 (P) Change (10) over (8) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) Regions / Countries (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) 1 2345 678910 11 1213 6) Korea Dp Rp 1268132 805 957.1 0.0106 645 71452 -33.60.0 7) Mongolia 951 426 -50.9 0.0318 322 17.30.0 8) Macao 316 214 -13.2 0.018640 359.0 0.0 (f) South Asia 2,47315,009 2,93117,948 18.50.71,836 11,121 1,98312,801 8.00.8 1) Sri Lanka 6674,064 7564,643 13.40.24102,488 4943,182 20.50.2 2) Nepal 5303,204 6403,916 20.80.14182,534 2991,917 -28.60.1 3) Bangladesh 4842,903 6213,794 28.30.14122,490 4272,756 3.50.2 4) Pakistan 4272,607 4973,041 16.50.13402,061 3051,973 -10.20.1 5) Afghanistan 2091,288 2621,613 25.50.1145 8811921,250 32.70.1 6) Bhutan 152919150915 -1.50.0108 6522641,707 145.30.1 7) Maldives 424 426 8.80.0 316 215 -12.8 0.0 V CIS & Baltics 7,72346,694 7,66546,737 -0.81.75,649 34,160 4,87131,423 -13.81.9 (a) CARs Countries 7034,267 7764,723 10.30.26874,169 3212,072 -53.20.1 1) Kazakhstan 6563,978 7024,267 6.90.26523,959 2421,554 -62.90.1 2) Uzbekistan 32192 56345 77.30.022134 26169 17.40.0 3) Turkmenistan 14871379 -7.40.01166 44288 299.3 0.0 4) Tajikistan 15427 410.5 0.017956 661.4 0.0 5) Kyrghyzstan 1415 20.3 0.0 0214 86.5 0.0 (b) Other CIS Countries 7,02042,427 6,89042,014 -1.91.54,962 29,991 4,54929,352 -8.31.7 1) Russia 3,89423,570 4,24925,924 9.10.93,054 18,468 3,13620,242 2.71.2 2) Ukraine 1,80510,896 2,23913,662 24.10.51,563 9,4451,1747,584 -24.90.4 3) Azerbaijan 1,1376,857 1991,189 -82.50.01911,139 75475 -60.50.0 4) Belarus 1589471821,114 15.50.0139 843131839 -5.40.1 5) Georgia 24144 18112 -23.00.0148718115 24.20.0 6) Moldova 1319175.0 0.01617 9.80.0 7) Armenia 210 15-51.8 0.01314 902,530.8 0.0 VI Unspecified Region 4,18725,282 7,99248,944 90.91.85,090 30,837 6,16839,786 21.22.4 Total Imports 450,2002,715,434 448,0332,737,087 -0.5100.0316,281 1,915,129 261,9561,690,294 -17.2100.0 Source: Department of Commerce based on DGCI&S data. Note: P : Provisional. (Concld....) Economic Survey 2015-16 A118 Table 7.4 (B): Direction of Exports : Exports by Regions and Countries Regions / Countries2013-14 2014-15Change (4) over (2) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) Apr-Nov. 2014 Apr-Nov. 2015 (P) Change (10) over (8) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) 1 2345 678910 11 1213 I Europe 58,326353,711 56,304344,197 -3.518.138,037 230,259 32,898212,324 -13.518.8 (a) EU Countries (27) 51,635313,144 49,358301,724 -4.415.933,396 202,163 29,100187,823 -12.916.6 1) U K 9,82259,478 9,35457,179 -4.83.06,280 38,005 5,92438,228 -5.73.4 2) Germany 7,52345,561 7,54046,077 0.22.45,051 30,552 4,58329,572 -9.32.6 3) Netherland 7,99848,757 6,32738,662 -20.92.04,447 26,933 3,05619,738 -31.31.7 4) Belgium 6,37738,687 5,52033,719 -13.41.83,771 22,815 3,26421,076 -13.41.9 5) Italy 5,27431,892 5,09331,124 -3.41.63,527 21,354 2,70117,429 -23.41.5 6) France 5,10930,954 4,95730,327 -3.01.63,203 19,386 3,05119,680 -4.81.7 7) Spain 2,88517,494 3,14819,252 9.11.02,062 12,478 2,10313,585 2.01.2 8) Poland 9966,040 1,0516,420 5.60.37074,279 6504,192 -8.10.4 9) Ireland 4142,511 7604,673 83.30.25193,173 3482,243 -33.10.2 10) Sweden 7334,446 7404,526 1.00.24872,948 4452,869 -8.80.3 11) Denmark 7624,610 7244,426 -4.90.24832,918 4312,783 -10.60.2 12) Portugal 6273,809 6363,888 1.50.24402,661 3632,346 -17.40.2 13) Romania 2861,731 4172,554 45.50.13282,000 1681,086 -48.70.1 14) Czech Republic 3872,371 3792,308 -2.20.12731,647 3662,354 34.00.2 15) Austria 3362,037 3632,218 7.90.12461,486 2111,363 -14.00.1 16) Greece 3352,025 3612,204 7.70.12441,476 2031,311 -16.80.1 17) Hungary 3442,080 3492,134 1.60.12401,453 2321,496 -3.40.1 18) Finland 4162,531 3312,020 -20.50.12441,479 1581,018 -35.30.1 19) Malta 1681,028 3282,018 95.10.12291,398 2941,906 28.50.2 20) Bulgaria 1681,018 2661,636 58.50.1150 910106684 -29.40.1 21) Slovenia 2121,277 2461,503 15.80.1156 945151970 -3.70.1 22) Slovak Rep 104631137837 31.10.091549 93602 2.70.1 23) Lithuania 105635103631 -1.60.071427 54347 -23.80.0 24) Latvia 102617 98600 -3.90.067404 55354 -17.60.0 25) Estonia 79479 68417 -14.00.041248 43278 4.80.0 26) Cyprus 62375 51313 -17.00.034206 43278 26.60.0 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A119 Table 7.4 (B): Direction of Exports : Exports by Regions and Countries Regions / Countries2013-14 2014-15Change (4) over (2) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) Apr-Nov. 2014 Apr-Nov. 2015 (P) Change (10) over (8) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) 1 2345 678910 11 1213 27) Luxembourg 12701059 -18.3 0.0634 536 -1.30.0 (b) European Free Trade Associatipn (EFTA) 2,04712,250 1,3538,271 -33.90.48665,238 1,0276,602 18.60.6 1) Switzerland 1,79710,739 1,0696,542 -40.50.36684,042 5503,545 -17.70.3 2) Norway 2291,389 2631,606 15.00.11851,116 4652,980 151.80.3 3) Iceland 20120 20122 0.20.0 13781277 -8.70.0 4) Liechtenstein 0201-40.6 0.00101 0.00.0 (c) Other European Countries 4,64428,317 5,59434,201 20.41.83,775 22,858 2,77117,898 -26.61.6 1) Turkey 4,43427,042 5,35932,761 20.91.73,626 21,958 2,66017,180 -26.71.5 2) Croatia 1398421761,083 26.80.1110 667 71459 -35.20.0 3) Albania 19115 19119 3.70.0 138116103 18.60.0 4) Bosnia-Hrzgovin 127018109 54.50.012731276 -2.10.0 5) Macedonia 1165 1589 34.50.0 851 853 -3.30.0 6) Union of Serbia & Montenegro 30182 741 -77.9 0.0529 428 -9.70.0 II Africa 31,226189,782 32,842200,559 5.210.623,416 141,739 17,424112,405 -25.610.0 (a) Southern African Customs Union (SACU) 5,39532,757 5,53233,777 2.51.84,102 24,853 2,75217,740 -32.91.6 1) South Africa 5,07430,770 5,30232,363 4.51.73,962 24,001 2,59616,735 -34.51.5 2) Namibia 2121,330 108663 -49.20.063383 50328 -20.20.0 3) Botswana 54332 44271 -18.30.035210 36231 3.70.0 4) Swaziland 23137 40246 75.10.019116 48310 151.6 0.0 5) Lesotho 31189 38234 23.30.024142 21136 -9.90.0 (b) Other South African Countries 2,32914,186 3,21419,645 38.01.02,294 13,903 1,5159,778 -33.90.9 1) Mozambique 1,2577,6792,07112,652 64.70.71,516 9,189 9696,250 -36.10.6 2) Angola 5363,266 5533,378 3.10.24012,428 1671,077 -58.30.1 3) Zambia 3772,283 3672,243 -2.80.12481,503 2321,506 -6.30.1 4) Zimbabwe 1589582241,373 41.70.1130 783147945 13.70.1 (c) West Africa 6,99342,441 6,98042,672 -0.22.24,867 29,493 4,05826,209 -16.62.3 1) Nigeria 2,66816,181 2,68116,376 0.50.91,932 11,697 1,55310,028 -19.60.9 2) Togo 4442,721 6884,204 55.10.25153,120 3001,933 -41.80.2 Contd.... 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Economic Survey 2015-16 A120 Table 7.4 (B): Direction of Exports : Exports by Regions and Countries Regions / Countries2013-14 2014-15Change (4) over (2) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) Apr-Nov. 2014 Apr-Nov. 2015 (P) Change (10) over (8) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) 1 2345 678910 11 1213 3) Ghana 8315,045 6804,170 -18.20.24252,578 3942,545 -7.40.2 4) Senegal 4262,580 5193,173 21.60.23422,068 3572,306 4.60.2 5) Benin 7644,636 4983,039 -34.80.23902,366 2981,930 -23.60.2 6) Cote D' Ivoire 2991,814 3101,897 3.60.12021,225 2711,755 34.50.2 7) Guinea 2031,237 2841,735 39.50.11921,163 1841,186 -4.00.1 8) Congo P Rep 2101,275 2531,553 20.20.1152 923 115740 -24.40.1 9) Cameroon 2601,570 2491,526 -4.10.1159 961134865 -15.30.1 10) Liberia 2541,546 2071,265 -18.60.1143 870100646 -30.10.1 11) Mali 109659134820 23.30.095574 68442 -27.90.0 12) Burkina Faso 103624 113688 9.30.0 78474 61394 -22.20.0 13) Sierra Leone 101601 80493 -20.40.045273 63404 39.10.0 14) Niger 86525 78478 -9.40.057346 45293 -20.70.0 15) Gambia 85516 74449 -13.60.050301 33215 -33.20.0 16) Mauritania 58351 59360 1.60.0 40241 38249 -3.30.0 17) Gabon 53321 43260 -18.80.030181 24154 -20.60.0 18) Equtl Guinea 17105 1592 -12.9 0.01062 961 -9.10.0 19) Guinea Bissau 19117 1060 -48.7 0.0740 851 18.70.0 20) Cape Verde Is 19425 188.1 0.0320 16-74.3 0.0 21) Sao Tome 1619 59.8 0.0 1815-44.0 0.0 22) St Helena 0001600.0 0.000011,500.0 0.0 (d) Central Africa 1,0926,6231,2517,658 14.60.48064,881 8395,418 4.10.5 1) Uganda 5313,217 5543,390 4.40.23602,178 3732,406 3.70.2 2) Congo D. Rep. 1811,099 2541,559 40.10.1148 8962081,349 41.00.1 3) Malawi 2211,343 2141,307 -3.20.1149 898121785 -18.30.1 4) Rwanda 88531 149913 70.50.0102 618 81518 -21.00.0 5) Chad 33202 41249 23.20.022134 31200 40.60.0 6) Burundi 31186 31193 2.20.0 21125 19124 -6.60.0 7) Central African Republic 846 847 0.40.0 532 636 4.50.0 Contd.... (Contd....) Economic Survey 2015-16 A121 Table 7.4 (B): Direction of Exports : Exports by Regions and Countries Regions / Countries2013-14 2014-15Change (4) over (2) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) Apr-Nov. 2014 Apr-Nov. 2015 (P) Change (10) over (8) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) 1 2345 678910 11 1213 (e) East Africa 9,97560,827 10,15261,958 1.83.37,321 44,284 5,16133,303 -29.53.0 1) Kenya 3,88223,596 4,11825,148 6.11.32,894 17,509 2,12013,686 -26.71.2 2) Tanzania Rep 3,40120,907 2,48515,133 -26.90.81,920 11,608 1,2327,959 -35.80.7 3) Mauritius 1,0006,0771,91011,649 90.90.61,397 8,444 6424,133 -54.10.4 4) Ethiopia 8174,950 7834,792 -4.10.35153,122 5203,355 0.80.3 5) Somalia 2111,287 3532,157 67.30.12321,407 2981,918 28.00.2 6) Djibouti 3071,844 2381,453 -22.50.11761,068 138885 -21.70.1 7) Madagascar 2391,456 1671,021 -30.00.1118 711152 978 28.90.1 8) Reunion 52318 49298 -6.90.033200 29189 -11.80.0 9) Seychelles 53309 33199 -38.20.023140 21133 -11.40.0 10) Comoros 148218108 29.60.01274 1168 -14.2 0.0 (f) North Africa 5,44232,948 5,71234,849 5.01.84,025 24,325 3,09819,957 -23.01.8 1) Egypt A Rp 2,56215,561 3,02618,443 18.11.02,202 13,305 1,58110,188 -28.20.9 2) Algeria 1,0706,4501,0646,494 -0.50.37394,468 5533,556 -25.20.3 3) Sudan 8635,213 8825,395 2.30.35783,496 5433,498 -6.00.3 4) Morocco 3862,330 3261,993 -15.40.12221,339 2011,296 -9.40.1 5) Tunisia 2741,660 2501,526 -8.90.11671,012 139901 -16.70.1 6) Libya 2871,734 164999 -43.00.1117 706 81520 -30.90.0 7) Canary Is 0000 000000 00.0 III America 54,215328,173 59,050360,849 8.919.040,642 246,019 35,518229,120 -12.620.3 (a) North America 43,423262,605 47,522290,481 9.415.332,284 195,426 30,229195,006 -6.417.3 1) U S A 39,158236,686 42,464259,523 8.413.728,963 175,306 27,107174,860 -6.415.5 2) Mexico 2,22813,572 2,86217,528 28.50.91,844 11,174 1,75411,319 -4.91.0 3) Canada 2,03712,346 2,19613,431 7.80.71,477 8,9461,3698,827 -7.30.8 (b) Latin America 10,79265,568 11,52870,368 6.83.78,359 50,593 5,28934,114 -36.73.0 1) Brazil 5,55233,871 5,96436,340 7.41.94,626 27,994 1,96212,632 -57.61.1 2) Colombia 1,0086,1151,105 6,762 9.70.47284,411 6023,884 -17.30.3 3) Peru 6213,766 8205,022 32.10.35233,172 4833,115 -7.80.3 Contd.... 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Economic Survey 2015-16 A122 Table 7.4 (B): Direction of Exports : Exports by Regions and Countries Regions / Countries2013-14 2014-15Change (4) over (2) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) Apr-Nov. 2014 Apr-Nov. 2015 (P) Change (10) over (8) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) 1 2345 678910 11 1213 4) Chile 6644,029 5663,461 -14.80.23672,221 4592,969 25.10.3 5) Argentina 6113,708 4602,811 -24.70.13131,892 3642,351 16.40.2 6) Panama Republic 2111,285 3021,851 43.00.11911,156 135872 -29.30.1 7) Venezuela 1971,196 2581,580 31.00.11861,130 95612 -48.90.1 8) Guatemala 2121,289 2291,401 7.80.1150 9081691,090 12.60.1 9) Ecuador 2901,761 2251,375 -22.50.1156 943 110708 -29.50.1 10) Uruguay 1619752081,270 29.40.1156 941 119768 -23.60.1 11) Honduras 1086551881,150 73.80.1113 686 105678 -7.20.1 12) Trinidad 1056301651,011 57.90.1117 707 65420 -44.20.0 13) Dominic Rep 126765141863 12.10.091552 113733 24.30.1 14) Bahamas 2281,302 124733 -45.80.0122 722 214 -98.2 0.0 15) Paraguay 89539 106654 19.80.060363 67434 12.10.0 16) Costa Rica 81492 96586 18.20.064388 85549 32.60.0 17) Haiti 59358 85524 44.30.051310 44285 -13.50.0 18) Bolivia 53320 71433 33.20.049298 52333 4.70.0 19) Nicaragua 59361 66401 10.60.042256 54349 27.60.0 20) El Salvador 65394 61376 -5.60.042252 48309 15.00.0 21) French Guiana 37219 59364 61.00.059362 16-98.6 0.0 22) NetherlandAntilles 69416 41250 -40.20.028168 27174 -2.70.0 23) Jamaica 36219 38232 4.40.0 24146 27173 10.90.0 24) Cuba 36215 37228 5.00.0 26155 41262 59.50.0 25) Belize 22134 24150 9.00.0 17105 1064 -43.3 0.0 26) Guyana 24147 24149 0.90.0 159216103 5.80.0 27) Suriname 24146 18108 -27.10.01169 961 -17.8 0.0 28) Barbados 639 1062 58.20.0 741 743 -2.50.0 29) Cayman Is 319 740 114.3 0.0637 213 -68.5 0.0 30) Martinique 847 638 -19.9 0.0426 317 -40.3 0.0 31) Virgin Is Us 424 530 23.80.0 320 316 -24.0 0.0 Contd.... 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Economic Survey 2015-16 A123 Table 7.4 (B): Direction of Exports : Exports by Regions and Countries Regions / Countries2013-14 2014-15Change (4) over (2) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) Apr-Nov. 2014 Apr-Nov. 2015 (P) Change (10) over (8) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) 1 2345 678910 11 1213 32) Guadeloupe 739 425 -36.1 0.0317 214 -24.2 0.0 33) Bermuda 316 317 5.40.0 213 210 -24.9 0.0 34) Dominica 215 316 5.00.0 1817-25.2 0.0 35) St Lucia 214 213 -6.60.0 1819 5.20.0 36) Antigua 213 213 -5.50.0 16210 54.30.0 37) Grenada 1918 -8.20.0 1619 34.6 0.0 38) St Kitt N A 1718 2.50.0 15110 97.30.0 39) St Vincent 211 15-58.7 0.01403-24.1 0.0 40) Br Virgn Is 0214 69.2 0.0 0214 81.8 0.0 41) Montserrat 0002371.4 0.00003 00.0 42) Turks Caicos Islands 0201-63.4 0.00100-50.0 0.0 43) Falkland Is 0000 000000 00 IV Asia 155,426942,046153,812939,921 -1.049.6105,564 638,953 83,986541,855 -20.448.0 (a) East Asia (Oceania) 2,68316,284 3,22119,683 20.01.02,124 12,844 2,55716,499 20.41.5 1) Australia 2,30013,958 2,78217,001 20.90.91,821 11,007 2,27714,692 25.01.3 2) New Zealand 2771,680 3221,969 16.40.12201,332 2111,365 -3.90.1 3) Papua New Guinea 44268 52319 18.70.038228 28177 -26.90.0 4) Fiji Is 49295 50303 2.10.0 37225 33212 -11.60.0 5) Solomon Is 212 532 153.4 0.02918-16.9 0.0 6) Timor Leste 213 320 47.90.0 215 216 2.10.0 7) Samoa 426 215 -42.3 0.0213 19-36.5 0.0 8) Vanuatu Rep 317 211 -33.1 0.01819 16.9 0.0 9) Kiribati Rep 1616 6.40.0 1415 28.6 0.0 10) Tonga 1616-11.5 0.01416 36.4 0.0 11) Tuvalu 0000-50.0 0.00000 66.7 0.0 12) Nauru Rp 0100-88.2 0.00000-50.0 0.0 (b) ASEAN 33,134200,183 31,813194,483 -4.010.321,491 130,081 15,971103,053 -25.79.1 1) Singapore 12,51174,969 9,81059,855 -21.63.27,160 43,319 4,60629,647 -35.72.6 Contd.... 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Economic Survey 2015-16 A124 Table 7.4 (B): Direction of Exports : Exports by Regions and Countries Regions / Countries2013-14 2014-15Change (4) over (2) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) Apr-Nov. 2014 Apr-Nov. 2015 (P) Change (10) over (8) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) 1 2345 678910 11 1213 2) Vietnam Soc Rep 5,44233,253 6,25838,319 15.02.04,254 25,808 3,37021,855 -20.81.9 3) Malaysia 4,19825,414 5,81735,615 38.61.93,410 20,609 2,69417,345 -21.01.5 4) Indonesia 4,85029,340 4,04324,674 -16.61.32,871 17,362 1,89312,209 -34.11.1 5) Thailand 3,70322,431 3,46521,209 -6.41.12,227 13,487 1,95912,629 -12.01.1 6) Philippines 1,4198,6101,3968,531 -1.70.49265,601 8495,479 -8.40.5 7) Myanmar 7874,806 7734,736 -1.70.24842,932 4582,967 -5.30.3 8) Cambodia 141858143874 0.90.0 88534 93597 5.40.1 9) Laos 50305 67413 34.90.041249 31196 -25.70.0 10) Brunei 32196 42256 29.40.030180 20129 -32.80.0 (c) West Asia- GCC 48,221291,908 49,297301,109 2.215.934,358 207,926 27,908180,055 -18.816.0 1) UAE 30,520184,779 33,028201,853 8.210.622,481 136,065 20,218130,402 -10.111.6 2) Saudi Arab 12,21973,864 11,16368,037 -8.63.68,462 51,185 4,57129,540 -46.02.6 3) Oman 2,81217,156 2,37914,548 -15.40.81,592 9,6351,3008,406 -18.40.7 4) Kuwait 1,0616,4351,1997,333 13.00.47754,688 8055,184 3.90.5 5) Qatar 9695,911 1,055 6,443 8.90.37204,355 6043,894 -16.10.3 6) Baharain Is 6393,763 4732,897 -26.00.23291,999 4102,630 24.60.2 (d) Other West Asia 13,06779,241 11,18568,287 -14.43.67,862 47,557 5,35934,575 -31.83.1 1) Iran 4,97230,060 4,17525,530 -16.01.32,753 16,659 1,84811,906 -32.91.1 2) Israel 3,74722,757 3,29020,071 -12.21.12,370 14,336 1,94112,532 -18.11.1 3) Jordan 1,5969,8271,4318,697 -10.30.51,219 7,378 3332,145 -72.70.2 4) Yemen Republc 1,3077,886 9926,045 -24.10.37374,455 2191,418 -70.30.1 5) Iraq 9185,525 8295,090 -9.70.34532,743 7674,959 69.30.4 6) Lebanon 2941,776 2801,708 -4.70.11941,175 1601,037 -17.40.1 7) Syria 2341,409 1881,145 -19.70.1134 812 90578 -33.40.1 (e) NE Asia 40,816248,095 37,816231,103 -7.412.226,130 158,221 20,813134,358 -20.311.9 1) Hong Kong 12,73277,24113,600 83,119 6.84.49,452 57,271 7,97351,517 -15.64.6 2) China P Rp 14,86790,819 11,95773,169 -19.63.97,940 48,102 6,16139,778 -22.43.5 3) Japan 6,81441,256 5,38632,838 -21.01.73,896 23,544 3,22520,769 -17.21.8 4) Korea Rp 4,20925,475 4,60428,092 9.41.53,319 20,072 2,40315,506 -27.61.4 Contd.... 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Economic Survey 2015-16 A125 Table 7.4 (B): Direction of Exports : Exports by Regions and Countries Regions / Countries2013-14 2014-15Change (4) over (2) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) Apr-Nov. 2014 Apr-Nov. 2015 (P) Change (10) over (8) (Per cent) Share (Per cent) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) (US$ million) (R crore) 1 2345 678910 11 1213 5) Taiwan 1,99012,061 2,18213,355 9.60.71,465 8,878 9576,173 -34.70.5 6) Korea Democratic People's Rep. 1871,143 77468 -59.00.050305 87567 72.10.0 7) Mongolia 1690 848 -49.0 0.0635 640 5.70.0 8) Macao 210 215 50.00.0 213 17-48.4 0.0 (f) South Asia 17,504106,335 20,480125,256 17.06.613,599 82,324 11,37973,314 -16.36.5 1) Sri Lanka 4,53427,644 6,70441,038 47.82.24,362 26,420 3,67923,672 -15.62.1 2) Bangladesh 6,16737,411 6,45139,440 4.62.14,335 26,239 3,71723,983 -14.32.1 3) Nepal 3,59221,770 4,55927,859 26.91.53,083 18,655 1,99912,816 -35.21.1 4) Pakistan 2,27413,833 1,85711,353 -18.30.61,230 7,4421,2077,822 -1.90.7 5) Afghanistan 4742,879 4232,581 -10.90.12911,759 3812,460 31.20.2 6) Bhutan 3562,155 3342,051 -6.10.11971,199 2831,831 43.40.2 7) Maldives 106643152933 43.70.0100 609 113729 12.60.1 V CIS & Baltics 3,49221,149 3,39620,763 -2.71.12,292 13,869 1,54910,004 -32.40.9 (a) CARs Countries 5383,256 6053,696 12.40.24062,460 2471,592 -39.20.1 1) Kazakhstan 2621,580 2511,532 -4.10.11701,028 99640 -41.50.1 2) Uzbekistan 114692 1701,042 49.40.1116 703 63404 -46.00.0 3) Turkmenistan 74448 92563 24.90.060364 51330 -14.70.0 4) Tajikistan 54327 54328 -1.00.036215 16103 -55.30.0 5) Kyrghyzstan 35208 38231 9.30.0 25151 18116 -27.70.0 (b) Other CIS Countries 2,95417,893 2,79217,066 -5.50.91,885 11,409 1,3028,411 -31.00.7 1) Russia 2,12112,829 2,09712,824 -1.10.71,398 8,4601,0216,595 -27.00.6 2) Ukraine 4812,932 3492,129 -27.50.12581,559 1661,075 -35.40.1 3) Azerbaijan 124747 110676 -10.90.071430 27175 -61.90.0 4) Armenia 72442 91560 26.20.059360 15100 -74.10.0 5) Georgia 91555 87530 -5.10.059359 47300 -21.40.0 6) Belarus 53325 48294 -9.70.034206 20130 -40.80.0 7) Moldova 1064 954 -16.0 0.0636 636 -6.10.0 VI Unspecified Region 11,72070,151 4,93530,061 -57.91.63,823 23,129 3,41422,148 -10.72.0 Total Exports 314,4051,905,011 310,3381,896,348 -1.3100.0213,774 1,293,967 174,7901,127,855 -18.2100.0 Source: Department of Commerce based on DGCI&S data. Note: P: Provisional (Concld....) Economic Survey 2015-16 A126 Table 7.5 : India’s Share in World Exports by Commodity Divisions and Groups (US$ million) Div. Sl. No. Code Group Commodity Division/Group 1980 1985 World IndiaIndia’s share (%) World IndiaIndia’s share (%) 1 2 3 45 678 9 01 Meat and meat preparations 17832670.415755 610.4 03 Fish, crustaceans and molluscs & preparations 12258242 2.014335 337 2.4 04 Cereals and cereal preparations 41989201 0.532643 211 0.6 042 Rice 4355160 3.72916 162 5.6 05 Vegetables and fruits 24018259 1.123606 332 1.4 06 Sugar, sugar preparations and honey 16183460.310113 00.0 07 Coffee, tea, cocoa, spices and manufactures 22121879 4.020779 971 4.7 071 Coffee and coffee substitutes 12979271 2.111676 226 1.9 074 Tea and mate 1631452 27.71973 517 26.2 075 Spices 1072156 14.51188 229 19.3 08 Feeding stuff for animals 10322164 1.68515 127 1.5 12 Tobacco and tobacco manufactures 3423151 4.47822 140 1.8 121 Unmanufactured tobacco and refuse 3423151 4.43798 113 3.0 122 Manufactured tobacco …… …4024 270.7 22 Oilseeds and oleaginous fruit 9487300.37896 200.3 28 Metalliferous ores and metal scrap 30239465 1.523137 557 2.4 281 Iron ore and concentrates 6515411 6.36154 478 7.8 51 Organic chemicals 31841170.136923 250.1 52 Inorganic chemicals 15491260.216318 220.1 53 Dyeing, tanning and colouring materials 7986650.88024 620.8 54 541 Medicinal and pharmaceutical products 13918109 0.815920 130 0.8 55 Essential oils and perfume materials soap, cleansing etc. 7647 861.18136 560.7 58 Artificial resins, plastic materials, cellulose esters & ethers 27223 30.028456 50.0 59 Chemical materials and products n.e.s. 1596080.016613 280.2 61 Leather, leather manufactures & dressed fur skins 5967405 6.86444 534 8.3 611 Leather 3415342 10.04185 331 7.9 612 Manufactures of leather or of composition leather 97562 6.31233 202 16.4 613 Fur skins,tanned or dressed etc. 157710.11026 00.0 65 Textile yarn, fabrics, made-up articles 488841145 2.348218 1037 2.1 652 Woven cotton fabrics 6632351 5.36804 327 4.8 653 Woven fabrics of man made fibres 9325440.59735 200.2 654 Woven fabrics other than of cotton or man-made fibres 3188 204 6.43462 167 4.8 66 667 Pearls, precious and semi-precious stones 18563579 3.112073 1165 9.6 67 Iron and steel 68231870.161891 460.1 69 Manufactures of metals n.e.s. 36840221 0.632884 125 0.4 71 Power-generating machinery & equipment 35722880.238433 590.2 72 Machinery specialized for particular industries 58495650.154707 970.2 73 Metal-working machinery 15671320.212696 550.4 74 General industrial machinery & equipment & machine parts thereof 59443 670.153954 600.1 75 Office machinery and ADP equipment 2475020.053604 300.1 76 Telecommunication and sound recording and reproducing apparatus and equipment 26799 110.047318 40.0 77 Electrical machinery, apparatus and appliances 60947 114 0.275739 121 0.2 78 Road vehicles (including air cushion vehicles) 1273472080.2157446 1260.1 79 Other transport equipment 41291320.150709 270.1 84 Articles of apparel and clothing accessories 32365590 1.838718 887 2.3 Total Exports 19976868486 0.4 19308498904 0.5 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A127 Table 7.5 : India's Share in World Exports by Commodity Divisions and Groups (Contd.)(US$ million) Div. Sl. No. Code Group Commodity Division/Group 1990 2000 World IndiaIndia’s share (%) World IndiaIndia’s share (%) 1 2 3 1011 121314 15 01 Meat and meat preparations 34118770.244690 324 0.7 03 Fish, crustaceans and molluscs & preparations 32847521 1.650875 1391 2.7 04 Cereals and cereal preparations 45314285 0.653575 783 1.5 042 Rice 3995254 6.46411 654 10.2 05 Vegetables and fruits 50225400 0.868355 856 1.3 06 Sugar, sugar preparations and honey 14236210.113866 118 0.9 07 Coffee, tea, cocoa, spices and manufactures 21131842 4.027953 956 3.4 071 Coffee and coffee substitutes 8659148 1.711559 264 2.3 074 Tea and mate 2650585 22.13087 431 14.0 075 Spices 1415109 7.72541 261 10.3 08 Feeding stuff for animals 15603336 2.220295 469 2.3 12 Tobacco and tobacco manufactures 17860145 0.821628 147 0.7 121 Unmanufactured tobacco and refuse 5187107 2.15525 147 2.7 122 Manufactured tobacco 12674390.316103 00.0 22 Oilseeds and oleaginous fruit 10477830.814388 244 1.7 28 Metalliferous ores and metal scrap 35734753 2.149515 510 1.0 281 Iron ore and concentrates 7653578 7.69229 363 3.9 51 Organic chemicals 70721232 0.3134109 1491 1.1 52 Inorganic chemicals 26079590.233117 990.3 53 Dyeing, tanning and colouring materials 19952233 1.234105 481 1.4 54 541 Medicinal and pharmaceutical products 37753453 1.2107482 1255 1.2 55 Essential oils and perfume materials soap, cleansing etc. 21027 240 1.144279 216 0.5 58 Artificial resins, plastic materials, cellulose esters & ethers 65712 290.0123353 1740.1 59 Chemical materials and products n.e.s. 33418760.263411 437 0.7 61 Leather, leather manufactures & dressed fur skins 13226832 6.324440 808 3.3 611 Leather 9295447 4.816551 388 2.3 612 Manufactures of leather or of composition leather 2868385 13.46831 421 6.2 613 Fur skins,tanned or dressed etc. 106300.01058 00.0 65 Textile yarn, fabrics, made-up articles 1051472180 2.1167528 6000 3.6 652 Woven cotton fabrics 15559571 3.722387 1103 4.9 653 Woven fabrics of man made fibres 22021156 0.732151 506 1.6 654 Woven fabrics other than of cotton or man-made fibres 8466 195 2.39432 370 3.9 66 667 Pearls, precious and semi-precious stones 275772710 9.854105 6477 12.0 67 Iron and steel 1063422830.3146147 1481 1.0 69 Manufactures of metals n.e.s. 66088341 0.5125259 1167 0.9 71 Power-generating machinery & equipment 81675126 0.2158329 2180.1 72 Machinery specialized for particular industries 1186172360.2167582 3460.2 73 Metal-working machinery 31051580.241413 117 0.3 74 General industrial machinery & equipment & machine parts thereof 130836 1320.1225981 780.0 75 Office machinery and ADP equipment 1267431120.1378980 00.0 76 Telecommunication and sound recording and reproducing apparatus and equipment 100965 310.0299356 00.0 77 Electrical machinery, apparatus and appliances 185364 2410.1640575 920.0 78 Road vehicles (including air cushion vehicles) 3125503440.1549596 3700.1 79 Other transport equipment 96250150.0157654 530.0 84 Articles of apparel and clothing accessories 945772211 2.3201379 7093 3.5 Total Exports 330356318143 0.56254511 41543 0.7 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A128 Table 7.5 : India's Share in World Exports by Commodity Divisions and Groups (Contd.)(US$ million) Div. Sl. No. Code Group Commodity Division/Group 2005 2010 World IndiaIndia’s share (%) World India India’s share (%) 1 2 3 1617 181920 21 01 Meat and meat preparations 73937620 0.8112000 1821 1.6 03 Fish, crustaceans and molluscs & preparations 715591590 2.2101800 2403 2.4 04 Cereals and cereal preparations 724161753 2.494300 3136 3.3 042 Rice 98411411 14.320300 2296 11.3 05 Vegetables and fruits 1142741586 1.4180700 2338 1.3 06 Sugar, sugar preparations and honey 24042196 0.845500 1096 2.4 07 Coffee, tea, cocoa, spices and manufactures 449141042 2.380700 2233 2.8 071 Coffee and coffee substitutes 15729363 2.329600 558 1.9 074 Tea and mate 4159393 9.47200 720 10.0 075 Spices 2995281 9.46000 927 15.4 08 Feeding stuff for animals 303901127 3.757600 2067 3.6 12 Tobacco and tobacco manufactures 24759232 0.935100 879 2.5 121 Unmanufactured tobacco and refuse 687500.010800 713 6.6 122 Manufactured tobacco 1788400.024300 165 0.7 22 Oilseeds and oleaginous fruit 22888319 1.456400 911 1.6 28 Metalliferous ores and metal scrap 1246044899 3.9299000 8475 2.8 281 Iron ore and concentrates 276733816 13.8105200 6147 5.8 51 Organic chemicals 2175844536 2.1335000 7735 2.3 52 Inorganic chemicals 5524000.092200 972 1.1 53 Dyeing, tanning and colouring materials 50885846 1.766300 1604 2.4 54 541 Medicinal and pharmaceutical products 67107564 0.8134700 1357 1.0 55 Essential oils and perfume materials soap, cleansing etc. 82162 511 0.6122900 1159 0.9 58 Artificial resins, plastic materials, cellulose esters & ethers 72911 00.0108400 910 0.8 59 Chemical materials and products n.e.s. 1068941153 1.1174100 2136 1.2 61 Leather, leather manufactures & dressed fur skins 25347773 3.128200 915 3.2 611 Leather 20500638 3.123500 785 3.3 612 Manufactures of leather or of composition leather 312500.03100 130 4.2 613 Fur skins,tanned or dressed etc. 17220.0 0.01600 0.0 0.0 65 Textile yarn, fabrics, made-up articles 2136198462 4.0259700 12833 4.9 652 Woven cotton fabrics 28814861 3.028600 1050 3.7 653 Woven fabrics of man made fibres 32121981 3.136200 1987 5.5 654 Woven fabrics other than of cotton or man-made fibres 11076 495 4.59900 518 5.2 66 667 Pearls, precious and semi-precious stones 9190711929 13.0129500 22589 17.4 67 Iron and steel 3129754959 1.6416400 10612 2.5 69 Manufactures of metals n.e.s. 2154022774 1.3301800 4169 1.4 71 Power-generating machinery & equipment 2521999260.4330700 2335 0.7 72 Machinery specialized for particular industries 2645381125 0.4364800 2230 0.6 73 Metal-working machinery 63925268 0.469400 381 0.5 74 General industrial machinery & equipment & machine parts thereof 375374 1825 0.5527900 3886 0.7 75 Office machinery and ADP equipment 4880654700.1572700 619 0.1 76 Telecommunication and sound recording and reproducing apparatus and equipment 492806 00.0626200 2408 0.4 77 Electrical machinery, apparatus and appliances 8520882126 0.21240100 5522 0.4 78 Road vehicles (including air cushion vehicles) 8967333088 0.31063500 8746 0.8 79 Other transport equipment 2143111023 0.5333500 5804 1.7 84 Articles of apparel and clothing accessories 2868409212 3.2372000 11229 3.0 Total Exports 1035538499618 1.0 15102605226334 1.5 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A129 Table 7.5 : India's Share in World Exports by Commodity Divisions and Groups (Concld....)(US$ million) Div. Sl. No. Code Group Commodity Division/Group 2013 2014 World IndiaIndia’s share (%) World India India’s share (%) 1 2 3 2223 242526 27 01 Meat and meat preparations 1437004775 3.3151531 5079 3.4 03 Fish, crustaceans and molluscs & preparations 1304004728 3.6138625 5500 4.0 04 Cereals and cereal preparations 13060011405 8.7130099 10598 8.1 042 Rice 255008170 32.025973 7906 30.4 05 Vegetables and fruits 2266003559 1.6233736 3305 1.4 06 Sugar, sugar preparations and honey 538001239 2.349914 1386 2.8 07 Coffee, tea, cocoa, spices and manufactures 966003101 3.2106169 3238 3.0 071 Coffee and coffee substitutes 35800864 2.439349 843 2.1 074 Tea and mate 9000859 9.58974 694 7.7 075 Spices 83001295 15.696661575 16.3 08 Feeding stuff for animals 832003698 4.484753 2043 2.4 12 Tobacco and tobacco manufactures 433001081 2.543014 957 2.2 121 Unmanufactured tobacco and refuse 12900843 6.512000 688 5.7 122 Manufactured tobacco 30400238 0.831014 269 0.9 22 Oilseeds and oleaginous fruit 845001419 1.784277 1837 2.2 28 Metalliferous ores and metal scrap 3412003034 0.9319688 2217 0.7 281 Iron ore and concentrates 1360001635 1.2116952 874 0.7 51 Organic chemicals 40870012171 3.0391169 10967 2.8 52 Inorganic chemicals 1011001008 1.0100381 908 0.9 53 Dyeing, tanning and colouring materials 750002600 3.576692 2886 3.8 54 541 Medicinal and pharmaceutical products 1768002330 1.3189594 2243 1.2 55 Essential oils and perfume materials 1528002072 1.4158906 1905 1.2 soap, cleansing etc. 58 Artificial resins, plastic materials, 1304001343 1.0134856 1272 0.9 cellulose esters & ethers 59 Chemical materials and products n.e.s. 2147003549 1.7223416 3355 1.5 61 Leather, leather manufactures & dressed fur skins 332001573 4.734298 1603 4.7 611 Leather 262001345 5.127390 1361 5.0 612 Manufactures of leather or of composition leather 4100229 5.64526 243 5.4 613 Fur skins,tanned or dressed etc. 29000.2 0.02382 0.2 0.0 65 Textile yarn, fabrics, made-up articles 31220018907 6.1319654 18266 5.7 652 Woven cotton fabrics 339001837 5.432097 1861 5.8 653 Woven fabrics of man made fibres 449002126 4.747384 2152 4.5 654 Woven fabrics other than of cotton or 10500341 3.210712 322 3.0 man-made fibres 66 667 Pearls, precious and semi-precious stones 16130030208 18.7165789 24402 14.7 67 Iron and steel 44940012725 2.8466215 11540 2.5 69 Manufactures of metals n.e.s. 3833007430 1.9400701 7953 2.0 71 Power-generating machinery & equipment 3989003511 0.9409518 3991 1.0 72 Machinery specialized for particular industries 4203003931 0.9426984 4233 1.0 73 Metal-working machinery 86800560 0.690487 512 0.6 74 General industrial machinery & equipment & machine parts thereof 6643006292 0.9692156 6137 0.9 75 Office machinery and ADP equipment 5870006380.1597462 528 0.1 76 Telecommunication and sound recording and reproducing apparatus and equipment 7335004154 0.6766071 2036 0.3 77 Electrical machinery, apparatus and appliances 14618006227 0.41498316 6218 0.4 78 Road vehicles (including air cushion vehicles) 132280012871 1.01369210 13519 1.0 79 Other transport equipment 3597007916 2.2373998 11405 3.0 84 Articles of apparel and clothing accessories 47000016843 3.6497923 17650 3.5 Total Exports 18457704314809 1.718663720 319757 1.7 Source : Various issues of United Nations' International Trade Statistics Year Book, and for the years 2013 and 2014 data accessed on 01st January 2016 from http://comtrade.un.org/ Note : A zero in India's share means negligible or no share at all. Economic Survey 2015-16 A130 Table 7.6 : Index Numbers of Foreign Trade (Base : 1999-2000=100) Year Unit Value Index Volume Index Terms of trade Exports Imports ExportsImports Gross NetIncome 1 2345678 2000-01 102109125 997994117 2001-02 103112126 103 8292116 2002-03 106128150109 7383124 2003-04 114132 161128 8086139 2004-05 131157179150 8483149 2005-06 139179206174 8478160 2006-07 158206227191 8477174 2007-08 166210245218 8979194 2008-09 194239267262 9881217 2009-10 196215264288109 91241 2010-11 223243304 311102 92279 2011-12 268425331246 7463209 2012-13 284459357261 7362221 2013-14 312518378233 6260228 2014-15 300518397235 5958230 Source : DGCI&S, Kolkata. Notes: ( i ) Net terms of trade (NTT) , i.e., the ratio of overal\ l export unit value index to similar Import index . (ii ) Gross terms of trade , i .e ., the ratio of overall imp\ ort quantum Index to similar export index. (iii ) Income terms of trade = (NTT x QIE)/100 (iv) QIE = Quantum Index of Export. Economic Survey 2015-16 A131 Table 8.1(A) : Overall External Assistance (R crore) Year LoansGrantsTotal (2+3) 1 234 A. Authorization 1985-86 5337.0313.45650.4 1986-87 5730.0429.56159.5 1987-88 8203.11062.29265.3 1988-89 12855.6214.213069.8 1989-90 10105.8720.210826.0 1990-91 7601.3522.18123.4 1991-92 11805.8901.812707.6 1992-93 13082.11011.714093.8 1993-94 11618.82415.114033.9 1994-95 12384.31075.813460.1 1995-96 10833.21330.012163.2 1996-97 14208.82932.617141.4 1997-98 14865.02101.016966.0 1998-99 8320.8209.88530.6 1999-2000 17703.72615.320319.0 2000-01 17184.1940.618124.7 2001-02 21630.03465.025095.0 2002-03 19875.71296.121171.8 2003-04 14754.42350.717105.1 2004-05 22746.13071.125817.2 2005-06 17309.11628.818937.9 2006-07 28271.03518.931789.9 2007-08 28988.44294.433282.8 2008-09 28283.41242.529525.9 2009-10 48968.8957.649926.4 2010-11 35895.11536.537431.6 2011-12 59035.31095.560130.8 2012-13 66891.61889.068780.6 2013-14 54372.6140.254512.8 2014-15 48135.4117.648253.0 2015-16 P 22676.913.022689.9 B. Utilization 1985-86 2493.1442.92936.0 1986-87 3175.7429.33605.0 1987-88 4574.4477.55051.9 1988-89 4738.6565.85304.4 1989-90 5137.8664.75802.5 1990-91 6170.0534.36704.3 1991-92 10695.9919.111615.0 1992-93 10102.2879.610981.8 1993-94 10895.4885.611781.0 1994-95 9964.5916.010880.5 1995-96 9958.61063.611022.2 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A132 Table 8.1(A) : Overall External Assistance (R crore) Year LoansGrantsTotal (2+3) 1 234 1996-97 10892.91085.611978.5 1997-98 10823.4921.311744.7 1998-99 12343.4895.513238.9 1999-2000 13330.71073.914404.6 2000-01 13527.1727.214254.3 2001-02 16111.71447.617559.3 2002-03 13898.31835.815734.1 2003-04 15271.02073.417344.4 2004-05 14660.92490.717151.6 2005-06 16097.82790.618888.4 2006-07 16890.62528.419419.0 2007-08 17177.72673.719851.4 2008-09 24089.92803.826893.7 2009-10 27617.83121.230739.0 2010-11 35116.12789.537905.6 2011-12 29349.42926.232275.6 2012-13 25494.12373.627867.7 2013-14 31772.43415.835187.5 2014-15 35261.61480.036741.6 2015-16 P 24916.31416.326332.6 Source : Aid Accounts and Audit Division, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance. Notes: P : Provisional and upto 06.01.2016. 1. Figures of authorization have been arrived at by applying the average\ exchange rate of the rupee with individual donor currencies. 2. Figures of utilization are at current rates applicable on the date of\ transaction. 3. Figures of authorization and utilization include loans and grants on \ both Government and Non-Government accounts. 4. Totals may not tally due to rounding off. Economic Survey 2015-16 A133 Table 8.1(B) : Overall External Assistance (US$ million) Year LoansGrantsTotal (2+3) 1 234 A. Authorization 1985-86 4362.1256.24618.3 1986-87 4484.2336.14820.3 1987-88 6326.7819.27145.9 1988-89 8877.0147.99024.9 1989-90 6069.9432.66502.5 1990-91 4236.4291.04527.4 1991-92 4766.0364.15130.1 1992-93 4275.7330.74606.4 1993-94 3717.5772.74490.2 1994-95 3958.2343.84302.0 1995-96 3249.8399.03648.8 1996-97 4000.4825.64826.0 1997-98 4006.8566.34573.1 1998-99 1979.249.92029.1 1999-2000 4091.4604.44695.8 2000-01 3769.3206.33975.6 2001-02 4438.7711.15149.8 2002-03 4183.5244.44427.9 2003-04 3300.8525.93826.7 2004-05 5212.2703.75915.9 2005-06 3912.2368.14280.4 2006-07 6209.8773.06982.8 2007-08 7182.21064.08246.1 2008-09 6183.2271.66454.9 2009-10 10318.0201.810519.8 2010-11 7881.0337.48218.3 2011-12 12343.4229.112572.5 2012-13 12301.0347.412648.3 2013-14 9003.723.29027.0 2014-15 7881.819.37901.1 2015-16 P 3502.52.03504.5 B. Utilization 1985-86 2037.7362.02399.7 1986-87 2485.3336.02821.3 1987-88 3528.0368.23896.2 1988-89 3272.1390.73662.8 1989-90 3086.0399.23485.2 1990-91 3438.7297.83736.5 1991-92 4317.9371.04688.9 1992-93 3301.8287.53589.3 1993-94 3486.0283.43769.4 1994-95 3184.8292.73477.5 1995-96 2987.4319.13306.4 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A134 Table 8.1(B) : Overall External Assistance (US$ million) Year LoansGrantsTotal (2+3) 1 234 1996-97 3066.8305.63372.4 1997-98 2917.4248.33165.7 1998-99 2936.0213.03149.0 1999-00 3080.8248.23329.0 2000-01 2967.2159.53126.7 2001-02 3306.3297.13603.4 2002-03 2946.6386.63333.2 2003-04 3416.3463.83880.1 2004-05 3359.5570.73930.2 2005-06 3607.0625.34232.3 2006-07 3918.0586.54265.5 2007-08 4280.5666.34946.8 2008-09 4769.3555.15324.4 2009-10 6130.5692.86823.3 2010-11 7866.5624.98491.4 2011-12 6060.2590.16650.3 2012-13 4715.1439.05154.1 2013-14 5282.9567.85850.7 2014-15 5634.9236.55871.4 2015-16 P 3750.6213.23963.8 Source : Aid Accounts and Audit Division, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance. Notes: P : Provisional and upto 06.01.2016. 1. Figures in this table are converted from the preceding Table 8.1(A) based on the respective Rupee-US dollar rate. 2. Totals may not tally due to rounding off. Economic Survey 2015-16 A135 Table 8.2(A) : Authorization of External Assistance by Source (R crore) Source and type of assistance 2000-012009-10 2010-112011-12 2012-13 2013-142014-152015-16 P 1 2345678 9 I. Consortium Members (a) Loans 11918.543501.0 28729.846401.459893.335842.337464.7 15200.8 (b) Grants 923.0868.81185.1 230.2813.0 93.398.0 Total 12841.544369.829914.846631.760706.335935.637562.7 15200.8 Country-wise Distribution (i) Austria Loans ..................... ... (ii) Belgium (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants ..................... ... Total ..................... ... (iii) Canada (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants 20.6.................. ... Total 20.6.................. ... (iv) Denmark Grants 15.6.................. ... (v) France Loans .........823.1 769.81645.2 ...... (vi) Germany (a) Loans 187.72069.2 1504.02960.73240.21215.75659.1 1552.1 (b) Grants 5.560.4 12.0 ...38.5 ...21.3 0.0 Total 193.22129.6 1516.02960.73278.71215.75680.4 1552.1 (vii) Italy Loans ..................... ... (viii) Japan (a) Loans 784.111151.4 2557.416186.2 23049.818818.6 6756.1 1159.3 (b) Grants 2.27.541.9 ......90.3 Total 786.311158.9 2599.316186.2 23049.818909.0 6756.1 1159.3 (ix) Netherlands (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants 6.5.................. ... Total 6.5.................. ... (x) Sweden Grants ..................... ... (xi) U.K. Grants 474.7379.2905.3160.2764.2 ...... ... (xii) U.S.A. (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants 0.8...156.6 ............ ... Total 0.8...156.6 ............ ... (xiii) I.B.R.D. (a) Loans 6816.827684.3 8237.115250.5 2619.52361.214657.3 6161.5 (b) Grants 391.7421.7 60.670.110.3 3.076.7 Total 7208.528106.0 8297.715320.6 2629.82364.214733.9 6161.5 (xiv) I.D.A. Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A136 Table 8.2(A) : Authorization of External Assistance by Source (R crore) Source and type of assistance 2000-012009-10 2010-112011-12 2012-13 2013-142014-152015-16 P 1 2345678 9 (a) Loans 4129.92596.216431.2 11180.9 7374.711801.8 10392.3 6327.9 (b) Grants 5.4...8.7 ............ ... Total 4135.32596.216439.9 11180.9 7374.711801.8 10392.3 6327.9 II. Russia Fed. & East European Countries Loans ............22839.3 ...... ... Country-wise Distribution (i) Russia Fed. 22839.3 Loans ............22839.3 ...... ... III. Others (a) Loans 5265.65467.87165.312633.9 6998.318530.1 10670.7 7476.1 (b) Grants 17.688.8351.5 865.21076.0 46.819.6 13.0 Total 5283.25556.67516.813499.1 8074.318576.9 10690.3 7489.1 (i) Switzerland Grants ..................….. (ii) European Economic Community Grants ......4.3 ...559.9 ...... ... (iii) O.P.E.C. Fund Loans ..................... ... (iv) Saudi Arab Fund for Development Loans ..................... ... (v) Kuwait Fund for Arabic Economic Development Grants ..................... ... (vi) IFAD (International Fund for Agricultural Development (a) Loans ...197.9 87.9426.5 ...400.1 383.2 0.0 (b) Grants ...4.9 ............... ... Total ...202.8 87.9426.5 ...400.1 383.2 0.0 (vii) IMF Trust Fund Loans ..................... ... (viii) International Sugar Org. Loans ..................... ... (ix) ADB (a) Loans 5265.65269.97077.512207.4 6998.318130.0 10287.6 7476.1 (b) Grants ..................11.0 13.0 Total 5265.65269.97077.512207.4 6998.318130.0 10298.6 7489.1 (x) Spain (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants ..................... ... Total ..................... ... (xi) Norway (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants ..................... ... Total ..................... ... (xii) Australia (a) Loans ..................... ... Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A137 Table 8.2(A) : Authorization of External Assistance by Source (R crore) Source and type of assistance 2000-012009-10 2010-112011-12 2012-13 2013-142014-152015-16 P 1 2345678 9 (b) Grants ..................... ... Total ..................... ... (xiii) Other International Institutions a Grants ...83.8 347.2 865.2516.2 46.88.6 Grand Total 18124.749926.337431.660130.868780.654512.848253.0 22689.9 (a) Loans 17184.148968.835895.159035.366891.654372.648135.5 22676.9 (b) Grants 940.6957.51536.5 1095.51889.0 140.2117.6 13.0 Source: Aid Accounts and Audit Division, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance. Notes: P : Provisional and upto 06.01.2016. ---- Nil or Negligible a : Other International Institutions include UNDP, UNFPA, Global Fund, IDF(WB), UN-FAO and UPU (Universal Postal Union). 1. Figures of authorization of external assistance include agreements si\ gned on Government and Non-Government accounts. 2. Totals may not tally due to rounding off. Economic Survey 2015-16 A138 Table 8.2(B) : Authorization of External Assistance by Source (US$ million) Source and type of assistance 2000-012009-10 2010-112011-12 2012-13 2013-142014-152015-16 P 1 2345678 9 I. Consortium Members (a) Loans 2614.39165.96307.89701.811014.0 5935.36134.5 2347.8 (b) Grants 202.5183.1260.2 48.1149.5 15.516.0 …. Total 2816.89349.06568.09749.911163.5 5950.86150.6 2347.77 Country-wise Distribution (i) Austria Loans ..................... ... (ii) Belgium (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants ..................... ... Total ..................... ... (iii) Canada (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants 20.6.................. ... Total 20.6.................. ... (iv) Denmark Grants 15.6.................. ... (v) France Loans .........172.1 141.6272.4 (vi) Germany (a) Loans 187.7436.0330.2619.0595.9201.3926.6 239.7 (b) Grants 5.512.7 2.6...7.1 ...3.5 … Total 193.2448.7332.8619.0602.9201.3930.1 239.7 (vii) Italy Loans ..................... ... (viii) Japan (a) Loans 784.12349.7 561.53384.3 4238.7 3116.21106.3 179.1 (b) Grants 2.21.69.2 ......15.0 Total 786.32351.2 570.73384.3 4238.73131.21106.3 179.06 (ix) Netherlands (a) Loans ...1.6 ............ (b) Grants 6.5.................. ... Total 6.51.6 ............... ... (x) Sweden Grants ..................... ... (xi) U.K. Grants 474.779.9198.8 33.5140.5 ...... ... (xii) U.S.A. ...... ... (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants 0.2...34.4 ............ ... Total 0.2...34.4 ............ ... (xiii) I.B.R.D. (a) Loans 1495.35833.21808.53188.7 481.7391.02400.0 951.6 (b) Grants 85.988.913.314.7 1.90.512.6 …. Total 1581.25922.11821.83203.3 483.6391.52412.6 951.6 (xiv) I.D.A. Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A139 Table 8.2(B) : Authorization of External Assistance by Source (US$ million) Source and type of assistance 2000-012009-10 2010-112011-12 2012-13 2013-142014-152015-16 P 1 2345678 9 (a) Loans 905.9547.03607.6 2337.71356.21954.31701.7 977.4 (b) Grants 1.2...1.9 ............ …. Total 907.1547.03609.5 2337.71356.21954.31701.7 977.4 II. Russia Fed. & East European Countries Loans ............4200.0 ...... ... Country-wise Distribution (i) Russia Fed. Loans ............4200.0 ...... ... III. Others (a) Loans 1155.01152.11573.2 2641.61286.93068.51747.2 1154.7 (b) Grants 3.918.7 77.2180.9 197.9 7.83.2 2.0 Total 1158.91170.81650.4 2822.51486.13076.21750.5 1156.7 (i) Switzerland Grants ..................... ... (ii) European Economic Community Grants ......0.9 ...103.0 ...... ... (iii) O.P.E.C. Fund Loans ..................... ... (iv) Saudi Arab Fund for Development Loans ..................... ... (v) Kuwait Fund for Arabic Economic Development Grants ..................... ... (vi) IFAD (International Fund for Agricultural Development) (a) Loans ...41.7 19.389.2 ...66.3 62.7 ... (b) Grants ...1.0 ............... ... Total ...42.7 19.389.2 ...66.3 62.7 ... (vii) IMF Trust Fund ... Loans ..................... ... (viii) International Sugar Org. ... Loans ..................... ... (ix) ADB (a) Loans 1155.01110.41553.9 2552.41286.93002.21684.5 1154.7 (b) Grants ..................1.8 2.0 Total 1155.01110.41553.9 2552.41286.93002.21686.3 1156.7 (x) Spain (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants ..................... ... Total ..................... ... (xi) Norway (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants ..................... ... Total ..................... ... (xii) Australia (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants ..................... ... Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A140 Table 8.2(B) : Authorization of External Assistance by Source (US$ million) Source and type of assistance 2000-012009-10 2010-112011-12 2012-13 2013-142014-152015-16 P 1 2345678 9 Total ..................... ... (xiii) Other International Institutions a Grants ...17.7 76.2180.9 94.97.81.4 … Grand Total 3975.610519.8 8218.412572.4 12648.3 9027.07901.0 3504.5 (a) Loans 3769.310318.0 7881.012343.4 12301.0 9003.77881.8 3502.5 (b) Grants 206.3201.8337.4229.1347.4 23.219.3 2.0 Source: Aid Accounts and Audit Division, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance. Notes: P : Provisional and upto 06.01.2016. ---- Nil or Negligible a : Other International Institutions include UNDP, UNFPA, Global Fund, IDF(WB), UN-FAO and UPU (Universal Postal Union). 1. Figures in this table are converted from the preceding Table 8.2(A) based on the respective Rupee- US dollar rates. 2. Totals may not tally due to rounding off. Economic Survey 2015-16 A141 Table 8.3(A): Utilization of External Assistance by Source (R crore) Source and type of assistance 2000-012009-10 2010-112011-12 2012-13 2013-142014-152015-16 P 1 2345678 9 I. Consortium Members (a) Loans 11168.621001.5 27286.322821.818417.125172.926648.4 18330.6 (b) Grants 634.01819.5 2018.51916.71560.11043.4 749.6 361.5 Total 11802.622821.0 29304.824738.519977.326216.327398.0 18692.2 Country-wise Distribution (i) Austria (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants ..................... ... Total ..................... ... (ii) Belgium Loans ..................... ... (iii) Canada (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants 2.9.................. ... Total 2.9.................. ... (iv) Denmark (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants 49.5.................. ... Total 49.5.................. ... (v) France (a) Loans 65.2.........16.0 921.7225.78 325.1 (b) Grants ..................... … Total 65.2.........16.0 921.7225.78 325.1 (vi) Germany (a) Loans 318.9486.41076.9 2043.11379.93122.01861.1 924.0 (b) Grants 67.878.0276.2 99.462.165.656.0 65.3 Total 386.7564.41353.1 2142.51442.03187.61917.1 989.3 (vii) Italy Loans ..................... ... (viii) Japan (a) Loans 2714.06553.46582.28474.87260.08750.58825.9 5607.0 (b) Grants 15.82.61.543.5 ...4.4 0.0 19.2 Total 2729.86556.06583.78518.37260.08754.98825.9 5626.1 (ix) Netherlands (a) Loans 49.5.................. ... (b) Grants 70.3.................. ... Total 70.3.................. ... (x) Sweden (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants ..................... ... Total ..................... ... (xi) U.K. (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants 307.31707.4 1682.21689.41293.4 855.0601.8 224.3 Total 307.31707.4 1682.21689.41293.4 855.0601.8 224.3 (xii) U.S.A. Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A142 Table 8.3(A): Utilization of External Assistance by Source (R crore) Source and type of assistance 2000-012009-10 2010-112011-12 2012-13 2013-142014-152015-16 P 1 2345678 9 (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants 81.114.230.655.123.643.4 ...... Total 81.114.230.655.123.643.4 ...... (xiii) I.B.R.D. (a) Loans 3222.47472.114533.4 4861.94894.85631.67703.5 5673.5 (b) Grants 24.511.824.1 27.2180.6 73.885.9 48.0 Total 3246.97483.814557.5 4889.05075.45705.37789.4 5721.6 (xiv) I.D.A. (a) Loans 4848.15566.64873.37406.14840.16738.98015.2 5799.0 (b) Grants 14.85.63.92.20.51.26.0 0.0 Total 4862.95572.24877.27408.24840.66740.18021.2 5799.0 (xv) IFAD (International Fund for Agricultural Development) (a) Loans 40.164.499.1142.6 140.7210.3191.7 164.9 (b) Grants ...14.1 0.35.5-0.8 3.5 Total 40.178.599.4148.1 140.0213.8191.7 164.9 (xvi) IMF Trust Fund ..................... ... II. Russia Fed.& East European Countries Loans 130.1923.0220.5 35.926.4 8.216.9 2.1 Country-wise Distribution (i) Russia Federation. Loans 130.1923.0220.5 35.926.4 8.216.9 2.1 (ii) Reps. of Czech & Slovak Loans ..................... ... III. Others (a) Loans 2228.56616.27829.86527.67076.96599.58613.3 6585.7 (b) Grants 93.21301.7 771.01009.5 813.52371.8 730.41054.8 Total 2321.77918.08600.87537.17890.58971.39343.6 7640.5 Country-wise Distribution (i) Abu Dhabi Fund Loans ..................... ... (ii) Switzerlanda (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants ..................... ... Total ..................... ... (iii) Other International Institutions a Grants 50.0889.7 501.7795.9710.21746.0 727.97 767.14 (iv) European Economic Community Grants 36.3316.0 269.0208.1104.0622.4 ...... (v) Oil Producing & Exporting Countries Loans 41.517.6 1.015.5 20.8 7.954.5 17.3 (vi) Saudi Arab Fund for Development Loans ..................... ... (vii) Norway (a) Loans ............ (b) Grants 6.9.................. ... Total 6.9.................. ... Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A143 Table 8.3(A): Utilization of External Assistance by Source (R crore) Source and type of assistance 2000-012009-10 2010-112011-12 2012-13 2013-142014-152015-16 P 1 2345678 9 (viii) Spain Loans ..................... ... (ix) Kuwait Fund for Arabic Economic Development (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants ..................... ... Total ..................... ... (x) ADB (a) Loans 2146.96534.37729.86369.56915.46381.28367.0 6403.6 (b) Grants ...81.9 ............2.41 … Total 2146.96616.27729.86369.56915.46381.28369.4 6403.6 (xi) Australia Loans ..................... Grand Total 14254.330739.037905.632275.627867.735187.636741.6 26332.6 (a) Loans 13527.127617.8 35116.129349.4 25494.131772.435261.6 24916.3 (b) Grants 727.23121.2 2789.52926.22373.73415.21480.0 1416.3 Source: Aid Accounts and Audit Division, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance. Notes: P : Provisional and upto 06.01.2016. ---- Nil or Negligible a : Other International Institutions include UNICEF, UNDP, ILO, WHO, UNFPA, UNESCO, UPU, WFP, Global Fund, IDF (WB), UN-FAO and Ford Foundation. 1. Utilization figures are exclusive of suppliers' credit and commercial borrowings. 2. Utilization of assistance is on Government and Non-Govt. accounts. 3. Authorization figures include agreement signed on Govt. and non-govt. accounts. 4. Totals may not tally due to rounding off. Economic Survey 2015-16 A144 Table 8.3(B) : Utilization of External Assistance by Source (US$ million) Source and type of assistance 2000-012009-10 2010-112011-12 2012-13 2013-142014-152015-16 P 1 2345678 9 I. Consortium Members (a) Loans 2449.84661.8 6112.54689.6 3406.24185.64258.5 2759.3 (b) Grants 139.1403.9452.2383.6288.5173.5119.8 54.4 Total 2588.95065.76564.75073.23694.84359.04378.3 2813.7 Country-wise Distribution (i) Austria (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants ..................... ... Total ..................... ... (ii) Belgium Loans ..................... ... (iii) Canada (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants 0.6.................. ... Total 0.6.................. ... (iv) Denmark (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants 10.9.................. ... Total 10.9.................. ... (v) France (a) Loans 14.3.........3.0153.3 36.08 48.9 (b) Grants ..................... ... Total 14.3.........3.0153.3 36.08 48.9 (vi) Germany (a) Loans 70.0108.0 241.2 411.0255.2 519.1297.4 139.1 (b) Grants 14.917.361.921.2 11.510.9 8.9 9.8 Total 84.9125.3 303.1432.2266.7530.0306.4 148.9 (vii) Italy Loans ..................... ... (viii) Japan (a) Loans 595.31454.7 1474.51744.91342.71455.01410.4 844.0 (b) Grants 3.50.60.38.8 ...0.7 ...2.9 Total 598.81455.3 1474.81753.71342.71455.71410.4 846.9 (ix) Netherlands (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants 15.4.................. ... Total 15.4.................. ... (x) Sweden (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants ..................... ... Total ..................... ... (xi) U.K. (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants 67.4379.0 376.8335.1239.2142.2 96.2 Total 67.4379.0 376.8335.1239.2142.2 96.2 (xii) U.S.A. Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A145 Table 8.3(B) : Utilization of External Assistance by Source (US$ million) Source and type of assistance 2000-012009-10 2010-112011-12 2012-13 2013-142014-152015-16 P 1 2345678 9 (a) Loans ..................... (b) Grants 17.83.16.812.3 4.47.2 ...33.8 Total 17.83.16.812.3 4.47.2 ...33.8 (xiii) I.B.R.D. (a) Loans 706.81658.6 3255.7 991.6905.3936.41231.1 854.0 (b) Grants 5.42.65.45.733.4 12.313.7 7.2 Total 712.21661.2 3261.1 997.3938.7948.61244.8 861.3 (xiv) I.D.A. (a) Loans 1063.41235.61091.71534.7 895.21120.5 1280.9 872.9 (b) Grants 3.21.30.90.50.10.21.0 0.0 Total 1065.61236.91092.61535.1 895.31120.7 1281.8 872.9 (xv) IFAD (International Fund for Agricultural Development) (a) Loans 8.814.3 22.230.626.035.030.6 24.8 (b) Grants ...3.1 0.11.2-0.1 0.6...0.0 Total 8.817.4 22.331.825.935.530.6 24.8 (xvi) IMF Trust Fund ..................... ... II. Russia Fed.& East European Countries Loans 28.5204.9 49.47.44.91.42.7 0.3 Country-wise Distribution (i) Russia Federation. Loans 28.5204.9 49.47.44.91.42.7 0.3 (ii) Reps. of Czech & Slovak Loans ..................... ... III. Others (a) Loans 488.81468.6 1754.01370.71308.91097.31376.4 991.3 (b) Grants 20.4289.0 172.7206.5150.5393.9116.7 158.8 Total 509.21757.6 1926.71577.21459.31491.21493.2 1150.1 Country-wise Distribution (i) Abu Dhabi Fund Loans ..................... ... (ii) Switzerland (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants ..................... ... Total ..................... ... (iii) Other International Institutions a Grants 11.0197.5 112.4157.9 131.4290.3116.7 115.5 (iv) European Economic Community Grants 8.070.1 60.347.519.2103.5 ...43.3 (v) Oil Producing & Exporting Countries Loans 9.13.90.23.33.91.38.7 2.6 (vi) Saudi Arab Fund for Development Loans ..................... ... (vii) Norway (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants 1.5.................. ... Total 1.5.................. ... Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A146 Table 8.3(B) : Utilization of External Assistance by Source (US$ million) Source and type of assistance 2000-012009-10 2010-112011-12 2012-13 2013-142014-152015-16 P 1 2345678 9 (viii) Spain Loans ..................... ... (ix) Kuwait Fund for Arabic Economic Development (a) Loans ..................... ... (b) Grants ..................... ... Total ..................... ... (x) ADB (a) Loans 470.91450.4 1731.61336.81279.01061.01337.1 963.9 (b) Grants ...18.2 ............0.4 …. Total 470.91468.6 1731.61336.81279.01061.01337.5 963.9 (xi) Australia Loans ..................... ... Grand Total 3126.76823.38491.46650.35154.15850.75871.4 3963.8 (a) Loans 2967.26130.57866.56060.24715.15282.95634.9 3750.6 (b) Grants 159.5692.8624.9590.1439.0567.9236.5 213.2 Source: Aid Accounts and Audit Division, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance. Notes: P : Provisional and upto 06.01.2016. ---- Nil or Negligible a : Other International Institutions include UNICEF, UNDP, ILO, WHO, UNFPA, UNESCO, UPU, WFP, Global Fund, IDF (WB), UN-FAO and Ford Foundation. 1. Figures in this table are converted from the preceding Table 8.3(A) based on the respective Rupee- US dollar rates. 2. Totals may not tally due to rounding off. Economic Survey 2015-16 A147 Table 8.4(A) : India’s External Debt Outstanding (R crore) Sl. No. Components of External Debt At End-MarchEnd-Sept. 2006 2007200820092010 20112012 20132014 PR 2015PR2015(QE) 1 2 345678910 1112 13 I. Multilateral 145,503154,053157,901201,425193,436216,672257,089279,310321,560328,366352,645 A. Government Borrowing 133,800141,746144,627181,997170,722190,326222,579235,670268,491269,642288,005 (i) Concessional 105,852108,448107,395127,771 116,046120,653 138,691143,130163,589154,581165,622 a) IDA 104,457107,019105,947126,127 114,552119,068136,816 141,119161,165 152,171162,967 b) Others 1,3951,4291,4481,6441,4941,5851,875 2,0112,424 2,4102,655 (ii) Non-concessional 27,94833,29837,23254,22654,67669,67383,88892,540104,902 115,061122,383 a) IBRD 19,62621,86422,63129,94828,87439,21845,32848,23953,43357,10760,122 b) Others 8,32211,434 14,601 24,27825,80230,45538,56044,30151,46957,95462,261 B. Non-Government Borrowing 11,70312,307 13,27419,42822,71426,34634,51043,64053,06958,72464,640 (i) Concessional 0000000000669 (ii) Non-concessional 11,70312,307 13,27419,42822,71426,34634,51043,64053,06958,72463,971 a) Public Sector 8,5109,31510,352 14,29814,91915,80219,40723,41428,10531,38534,250 i) IBRD 4,5944,5504,6907,1058,5449,19311,092 12,749 14,41215,67416,937 ii) Others 3,9164,7655,6627,1936,3756,6098,31510,664 13,693 15,71117,313 b) Financial Institutions 2,6282,4142,3503,7215,385 7,51110,290 14,37018,88121,86624,623 i) IBRD 6306555937441,343 1,8992,7072,9733,8203,7094,733 ii) Others 1,9981,7591,7572,9774,0425,6127,58311,397 15,061 18,15719,890 c) Private Sector 5655785721,409 2,4103,0334,8135,8566,0835,4735,098 i) IBRD 00000000000 ii) Others 5655785721,409 2,4103,0334,8135,8566,0835,4735,098 II. Bilateral 70,30270,03478,802104,997 101,976 114,904137,086 136,329148,512135,915140,887 A.Government borrowing 54,59353,81059,39174,66271,58480,40691,64188,00796,91888,45293,763 (i) Concessional 54,46853,81059,39174,66271,58480,40691,64188,00796,91888,45293,763 (ii) Non-concessional 1250000000000 B.Non-Government borrowing 15,70916,224 19,41130,335 30,39234,49845,44548,32251,59447,46347,124 (i) Concessional 6,9491,7271,7373,2623,1694,1017,6488,43510,318 10,08010,456 a) Public Sector 5,2851,2411,2261,1561,1211,6214,9635,9167,7637,5467,889 b) Financial Institutions 1,6644865112,106 2,0482,4802,6852,5192,5552,5342,567 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A148 Table 8.4(A) : India’s External Debt Outstanding (R crore) Sl. No. Components of External Debt At End-MarchEnd-Sept. 2006 2007200820092010 20112012 20132014 PR 2015PR2015(QE) 1 2 345678910 1112 13 c) Private Sector 00000000000 (ii) Non-concessional 8,76014,497 17,67427,07327,22330,39737,79739,88741,27637,38336,668 a) Public Sector 3,6287,42010,097 15,07613,84513,78914,20013,01013,374 11,56211,451 b) Financial Institutions 2,3863,8283,735 4,3113,436 3,7543,8864,20643,613,3233,312 c) Private Sector 2,7463,2493,8427,6869,94212,854 19,71122,671 23,54122,49821,905 III. IMF a 4,378 4,4844,4795,18827,264 28,16331,52832,43936,91034,35036,713 I V. Export Credit 24,17531,23741,29673,772 76,01183,11297,11796,556 93,06478,91776,248 a) Buyers’ credit 16,08823,61733,13464,04666,84973,27385,89684,66779,85866,01362,099 b) Suppliers’ credit 3,3512,9412,9983,2342,9372,8473,2524,2364,7795,2135,996 c) Export credit component of bilateral credit 4,7364,6795,1646,4926,2256,9927,9697,6538,4277,6918,153 V. Commercial Borrowings 117,991180,669 249,243318,209319,221448,448614,623762,128897,3661,131,519 1,197,855 a) Commercial bank loans b 73,508 107,145 160,577219,925202,350261,678373,194454,450582,273638,001659,556 b) Securitized borrowings c 41,112 68,020 82,64191,286113,177 183,504 238,849306,070313,412491,166535,945 c) Loans/securitized borrowings etc., with multilateral/bilateral guarantee + IFC(W) 3,371 5,5046,0256,9983,6943,2662,5801,6081,6812,3522,354 VI. NRI Deposits d (Above one year maturity) 161,834179,786174,623 210,118217,062 230,812299,840385,202624,101720,997798,708 VII. Rupee Debte 9,184 8,5088,0657,7607,4807,1476,9226,8398,8269,4277,356 a) Defence 8,1127,533 7,1726,9356,7096,4166,2206,1648,1798,8086,764 b) Civilian 1,072975893825771731702675647619592 VIII. Total Long Term Debt (I TO VII) 533,367628,771714,409921,469942,4501,129,258 1,444,2051,698,8032,130,3392,439,4912,610,412 IX. Short-Term Debt 87,155122,631 182,881220,656236,188290,149399,962525,931550,985535,145565,868 a) Trade-Related Credits 86,531113,256 167,540 203,345214,267261,006333,202472,026491,271510,938528,851 1) Above 6 Months 38,78852,18891,502 118,936 126,391157,806200,454321,010330,500334,267349,996 2) Upto 6 Months 47,74361,06876,038 84,409 87,876103,200 132,748151,016160,771176,671178,855 b) FII Investment in Govt. Treasury Bills and other instruments 624 1,732 2,60310,522 15,15324,21448,06629,67133,686 7,3071,965 c) Investment in Treasury Bills by foreign central banks and other international institutions etc. 0 712 620534467225326447572714691 d) External Debt Liabilities of: 06,931 12,118 6,2556,3014,70418,368 23,78725,45616,18634,361 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A149 Table 8.4(A) : India’s External Debt Outstanding (R crore) Sl. No. Components of External Debt At End-MarchEnd-Sept. 2006 2007200820092010 20112012 20132014 PR 2015PR2015(QE) 1 2 345678910 1112 13 1) Central Bank 02,185 4,4583,8923,139 6938719858929391,106 2) Commercial banks 04,746 7,6602,3633,162 4,01117,497 22,80224,56415,24733,255 X. Grand Total ( VIII+IX ) 620,522751,402897,2901,142,125 1,178,6381,419,4071,844,1672,224,7342,681,3242,974,6363,176,280 Source: Ministry of Finance (Department of Economic Affairs), Ministry of Defence, Reserve Bank of India (RBI), Securities & Exchange Board of India (SEBI) . Notes: PR: Partially Revised; QE : Quick Estimates. IFC(W): International Finance Corporation, Washington D.C. FII: Foreign Institutional Investors a : Relates to SDR allocations from March 2004 onwards. b : Includes Financial Lease since 1996. c : Also includes India Development Bonds (IDBs), Resurgent India Bonds (RIBs), India Millennium Deposits (IMDs), Foreign Currency Convertible B\ onds (FCCBs) and net investment by 100% FII debt funds and securitized borrowings of commercial banks FCCB debt has been \ adjusted since end-March, 1998 after netting out conversion into equity\ and redemptions. d : Figures include accrued interest. e : Rupee denominated debt owed to Russia and payable through exports. NRO Deposits are included under NRI Deposits from the quarter ended June 2005. Supplier’s Credits upto 180 days and FII investment in short-term debt instruments are included under short-term debt from the quarter ended March 2005. Vostro balances / Nostro overdrafts of commercial banks, balances of foreign central banks/international institutions with RBI and investment in T-bills/securities by foreign central banks/ international institutions have been included in external debt fr\ om the quarter ended March 2007. Economic Survey 2015-16 A150 Table 8.4 (B): India's External Debt Outstanding (US$ million) Sl. No. Components of External Debt At End-MarchEnd-Sept. 2006 2007200820092010 20112012 20132014 PR 2015PR2015(QE) 1 2 345678910 1112 13 I. Multilateral 32,62035,33739,49039,53842,85748,47550,45251,59053,41852,42653,360 A. Government Borrowing 29,99632,51436,17135,72437,82542,57943,68643,53944,59843,04843,564 (i) Concessional 23,73124,87626,85925,080 25,71126,992 27,22126,44327,17324,67925,052 a) IDA 23,41824,54826,49724,75725,38026,63726,853 26,071 26,77024,29424,651 b) Others 313328362323331355368 372 403385401 (ii) Non-concessional 6,2657,6389,31210,644 12,11415,587 16,46517,09617,42518,36918,512 a) IBRD 4,4005,0155,6605,8786,3978,7748,897 8,912 8,8769,1179,094 b) Others 1,8652,6233,6524,7665,7176,8137,568 8,184 8,5499,2529,418 B. Non-Government Borrowing 2,6242,8233,3193,8145,0325,8966,766 8,051 8,8209,3789,796 (i) Concessional 0000000000101 (ii) Non-concessional 2,6242,8233,3193,8145,0325,8966,766 8,051 8,8209,3789,695 a) Public Sector 1,9082,1362,5892,8073,3053,5363,8084,3244,669 5,0115,183 i) IBRD 1,0301,0431,1731,3951,8932,0572,177 2,355 2,3942,5032,562 ii) Others 8781,093 1,4161,4121,4121,4791,631 1,969 2,2752,5082,621 b) Financial Institutions 5895545877301,193 1,6812,0172,6503,1393,4923,737 i) IBRD 141150148146298425531 549 635592716 ii) Others 4484044395848951,256 1,486 2,101 2,5042,9003,021 c) Private Sector 127133143277534679941 1,077 1,012 875775 i) IBRD 00000000000 ii) Others 127133143277534679941 1,077 1,012 875775 II. Bilateral 15,76116,06519,70820,61022,59325,71226,88425,15824,67721,70321,335 A.Government borrowing 12,23912,34414,85314,65515,86017,98817,98716,25916,09914,12114,183 (i) Concessional 12,21112,344 14,85314,65515,86017,98817,987 16,259 16,09914,12114,183 (ii) Non-concessional 280000000000 B.Non-Government borrowing 3,5223,7214,8555,9556,7337,7248,8978,8998,5787,5827,152 (i) Concessional 1,5583964356417029181,501 1,5581,7141,6101,582 a) Public Sector 1,185285307227248363974 1,093 1,2901,2051,194 b) Financial Institutions 373111128 414454555527 465 424405388 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A151 Table 8.4 (B): India's External Debt Outstanding (US$ million) Sl. No. Components of External Debt At End-MarchEnd-Sept. 2006 2007200820092010 20112012 20132014 PR 2015PR2015(QE) 1 2 345678910 1112 13 c) Private Sector 00000000000 (ii) Non-concessional 1,9643,3254,4205,3146,0316,8067,3967,3416,8645,9725,570 a) Public Sector 8131,702 2,5252,9593,0723,0872,781 2,397 2,2231,8461,737 b) Financial Institutions 535878934846761840762 776 724531501 c) Private Sector 6167459611,509 2,1982,8793,853 4,168 3,9173,5953,332 III. IMF a 981 1,029 1,1201,0186,0416,3086,1635,9646,1495,4885,584 I V. Export Credit 5,4207,16510,328 14,48116,84118,64718,99017,76015,48312,608 11,591 a) Buyers' credit 3,6075,4178,28712,572 14,81116,437 16,790 15,567 13,28810,547 9,446 b) Suppliers' credit 751675750635651646636 779 795833912 c) Export credit component of bilateral credit 1,0621,0731,2911,2741,3791,5641,564 1,414 1,4001,2281,233 V. Commercial Borrowings 26,45241,44362,33462,46170,726100,476 120,136140,125 149,311180,777 182,248 a) Commercial bank loans b 16,479 24,57740,15943,16944,83258,64372,946 83,555 96,884101,932 100,325 b) Securitized borrowings c 9,217 15,603 20,66817,91825,07541,10046,686 56,274 52,14878,46981,565 c) Loans/securitized borrowings etc., with 7561,263 1,5071,374 819733504 296 279376358 multilateral/bilateral guarantee + IFC(W) VI. NRI Deposit d (Above one year Maturity) 36,28241,24043,67241,55447,89051,68258,60870,822103,845 115,163121,840 VII. Rupee Debte 2,059 1,9512,0171,5231,6581,6011,3541,2581,4681,506 1,119 a) Defence 1,8191,7281,7941,3611,4871,4371,2161,1331,3611,4071,029 b) Civilian 240223223162171164138125107 9990 VIII. Total Long Term Debt (I TO VII) 119,575144,230 178,669181,185208,606252,901282,587312,677354,351389,671397,077 IX. Short-Term Debt 19,53928,13045,73843,31352,32964,99078,17996,69791,67885,49886,074 a) Trade-Related Credits 19,39925,97941,90139,91547,47358,46365,13086,78781,74381,63180,444 1) Above 6 Months 8,69611,971 22,884 23,346 28,003 35,34739,18259,02154,99253,40553,238 2) Upto 6 Months 10,70314,00819,01716,56919,470 23,11625,948 27,76626,75128,22627,206 b) FII Investment in Govt. Treasury Bills and other instruments 140 3976512,065 3,3575,4249,3955,4555,6051,167 299 c) Investment in Treasury Bills by foreign central banks and other international institutions etc. 0 164 155105103 50648295114 105 d) External Debt Liabilities of: 01,590 3,0311,2281,3961,0533,5904,3734,2352,5865,226 Contd.... Economic Survey 2015-16 A152 Table 8.4 (B): India's External Debt Outstanding (US$ million) Sl. No. Components of External Debt At End-MarchEnd-Sept. 2006 2007200820092010 20112012 20132014 PR 2015PR2015(QE) 1 2 345678910 1112 13 1) Central Bank 0501 1,115 764695155170181148150168 2) Commercial banks 01,089 1,916 4647018983420 4,192 4,0872,4365,058 X. Grand Total (VIII+IX) 139,114172,360 224,407224,498260,935317,891360,766409,374446,029475,169483,151 Memo Items : Concessional Debt f 39,559 39,56744,16441,89943,93147,49948,06345,51846,45441,91642,037 Concessional Debt to total external debt (per cent) 28.423.019.718.716.814.913.3 11.110.4 8.88.7 Short-term debt 19,53928,13045,73843,31352,32964,99078,17996,69791,67885,49886,074 Short-term debt to total external debt (per cent) 14.016.320.419.320.120.421.723.620.618.017.8 Source: Ministry of Finance (Department of Economic Affairs), Ministry of Defence, Reserve Bank of India (RBI), Securities & Exchange Board of India (SEBI). Notes: PR: Partially Revised; QE : Quick Estimates. IFC(W): International Finance Corporation, Washington D.C. FII: Foreign Institutional Investors a : Relates to SDR allocations from March 2004 onwards. b : Includes Financial Lease since 1996. c : Also includes India Development Bonds (IDBs), Resurgent India Bonds (RIBs), India Millennium Deposits (IMDs), Foreign Currency Convertible Bonds (FCCBs) and net investment by 100% FII debt funds and securitized borrowings of commercial banks FCCB debt has been adjus\ ted since end-March, 1998 after netting out conversion into equity and r\ edemptions. d : Figures include accrued interest. e : Rupee denominated debt owed to Russia and payable through exports. f : The definition of concessional debt here includes 'concessional' categoreis under multilateral and bilateral debt and rupee debt under item VII. NRO Deposits are included under NRI Deposits from the quarter ended June 2005. Supplier’s Credits upto 180 days and FII investment in short-term debt instruments are included under short-term debt from the quarter ended March 2005. Vostro balances / Nostro overdrafts of commercial banks, balances of foreign central banks/international institutions with RBI and investment in T-bills/securities by foreign central banks/ international institutions have been included in external debt fr\ om the quarter ended March 2007. Economic Survey 2015-16 A153 Table 9.1 : Selected Indicators of Human Development for Major States Sl. No. State Life expectancy at birth (in years) Infant mortality rate (per 1000 live births) Birth rate (per 1000) Death rate (per 1000) Total fertility rate 2001-05 2009-13 20052013200520132005201320052013 Male Female TotalMaleFemale TotalMaleFemale TotalMaleFemale TotalTotalTotalTotalTotalTotalTotal 1 2 345678910 1112 1314151617181920 1 Andhra Pradesh 62.867.565.065.570.467.9 56585739403919.1 17.4 7.37.32.01.8 2 Assam 58.460.359.261.965.163.3 66696853555425.0 22.4 8.77.82.92.3 3 Bihar 64.264.164.267.368.067.7 60626140434230.4 27.6 8.16.64.33.4 4 Gujarat 63.767.865.766.070.568.2 52555435373623.7 20.8 7.16.52.82.3 5 Haryana 65.068.266.565.870.968.2 51706040424124.3 21.3 6.76.32.82.2 6 Himachal Pradesh 67.471.869.569.073.171.0 47514933363520.0 16.0 6.96.72.21.7 7 Jammu & Kashmir 67.169.968.470.674.072.0 47555036383718.9 17.5 5.55.32.41.9 8 Karnataka 63.968.566.166.470.868.5 48515030323120.6 18.3 7.17.02.21.9 9 Kerala 70.576.773.671.877.874.8 14151410131215.0 14.7 6.46.91.71.8 10 Madhya Pradesh 58.960.559.762.565.563.8 72797652555429.4 26.3 9.08.03.62.9 11 Maharashtra 66.369.768.069.473.471.3 34373623252419.0 16.5 6.76.22.21.8 12 Odisha 59.662.160.863.865.964.8 74777550525122.3 19.6 9.58.42.62.1 13 Punjab 67.570.268.869.173.471.1 41484425272618.1 15.7 6.76.72.11.7 14 Rajasthan 63.066.064.565.470.067.5 64726845494728.6 25.6 7.06.53.72.8 15 Tamil Nadu 65.765.767.268.272.370.2 35393720212116.5 15.6 7.47.31.71.7 16 Uttar Pradesh 60.661.160.862.565.263.8 71757349525030.4 27.2 8.77.74.23.1 17 West Bengal 65.768.967.268.571.669.9 38393830333118.8 16.0 6.46.42.11.6 All India 63.165.664.365.869.367.5 56615839424023.8 21.4 7.67.02.92.3 Source : Sample Registration System and SRS Statistical Report, Office of the Registrar General of India, Ministry of Home Affairs. Economic Survey 2015-16 A154 Table 9.2 : Gross Enrolment Ratio 2014-15 (Provisional) (in per cent) Sl. No. State/Union Territories Classes I-V Classes VI-VIII Classes I-VIII Boys Girls Total BoysGirls Total BoysGirls Total 1 2 345678910 11 1 Andhra Pradesh 88.388.188.279.379.679.584.984.984.9 2 Arunachal Pradesh 128.8127.5128.1120.1125.0122.5126.0126.7126.3 3 Assam 113.4116.6115.0 90.1101.9 95.9105.3 111.5108.3 4 Bihar 98.1104.4 101.1 89.8107.7 98.195.5105.4 100.1 5 Chhattisgarh 103.3102.9103.1100.9101.6101.2102.4102.4102.4 6 Goa 103.0105.0103.9 99.2101.3 100.2101.6103.6102.5 7 Gujarat 97.6100.1 98.793.693.593.696.197.696.8 8 Haryana 95.999.697.691.9101.5 96.094.4100.3 97.0 9 Himachal Pradesh 98.5100.4 99.4102.3 104.0103.1 99.9101.8 100.8 10 Jammu & Kashmir 85.187.085.969.872.170.979.481.580.4 11 Jharkhand 107.8109.1108.4 95.8104.5 99.9103.7 107.6105.6 12 Karnataka 101.9101.8101.9 92.593.993.298.398.998.6 13 Kerala 95.295.095.196.597.396.995.795.995.8 14 Madhya Pradesh 101.9100.2101.1 92.7101.2 96.698.5100.6 99.5 15 Maharashtra 99.098.998.997.999.998.898.699.298.9 16 Manipur 132.5136.4134.4 115.4122.3 118.8126.9 131.8129.3 17 Meghalaya 136.2140.7138.4 113.3131.1 122.0129.0137.7133.3 18 Mizoram 124.8120.4122.7127.6125.9126.8125.7122.2123.9 19 Nagaland 99.3101.9 100.6 94.3101.4 97.797.7101.7 99.6 20 Odisha 106.9104.1105.5 90.589.890.1100.7 98.899.8 21 Punjab 103.4107.3105.1 94.699.796.8100.0 104.4101.9 22 Rajasthan 99.897.398.687.483.985.895.492.694.1 23 Sikkim 116.9108.1 112.6133.9 147.7140.7122.9121.7122.3 24 Tamil Nadu 102.8103.5103.1 93.495.994.699.0100.5 99.7 25 Telangana 103.6103.6103.6 89.991.990.998.499.198.7 26 Tripura 109.5110.5109.9 118.2122.4 120.5 112.6114.4113.5 27 Uttar Pradesh 91.598.995.068.182.374.583.193.287.8 28 Uttarakhand 100.1101.0100.5 84.287.085.594.195.794.8 29 West Bengal 101.8102.9102.3 96.2110.7 103.2 99.7105.8 102.6 30 A & N Islands 92.988.990.990.684.787.692.087.389.6 31 Chandigarh 83.691.587.194.7103.2 98.387.895.791.3 32 D & N Haveli 85.478.882.297.288.492.989.782.386.1 33 Daman & Diu 83.987.485.580.388.183.782.687.684.8 34 Delhi 109.4114.6111.8118.1134.6 125.2 112.5121.3 116.4 35 Lakshadweep 78.874.276.596.284.789.985.278.581.7 36 Puducherry 84.592.488.286.994.090.285.493.088.9 All India 98.9101.4 100.1 87.795.391.294.899.296.9 Source: School Education in India, U-DISE 2014-15. Economic Survey 2015-16 A155 Table 9.3: Number of Recognised Educational Institutions in India 2014-15 (Provisional) (in numbers) Sl. No. State/Union Territories Intermediate/ Sr. Sec. Schools High/ Secondary Schools Upper Primary Schools Only Primary Schools Universities / University level Institutes Colleges Technical Education (Polytechnics) PGDM Nursing Teacher Training Institutes under Ministries 1 2 3456 78 910 1112 13 1 Andhra Pradesh 257711149 10100 40703 282591 14611420 282 na 2 Arunachal Pradesh 1393891200 2341 827 2na 26 na 3 Assam 1728765713269 48478 18535 16145 22 2 4 Bihar 3574708332573 43223 22716 23480 43 3 5 Chhattisgarh 3704620415019 35149 22692 1928 47 3 6 Gujarat 638710059 29464 11689 492055 118130 357 7 7 Haryana 4210757044209849 361109 204214259 5 8 Himachal Pradesh 21443643298211340 24299 41na26 18 na 9 Jammu & Kashmir 1068419610209 14640 11318 30na 723 na 10 Jharkhand 1202430715469 27845 13294 28721 510 11 Karnataka 441015086 3054026909 513416 31126568 756 8 12 Kerala 2917449940628462 181240 778233 272 7 13 Madhya Pradesh 777514466 47047 89119 412218 971988182 7 14 Maharashtra 840722554 2875553243 454714 1065731271355 20 15 Manipur 1921030 9192971 485 1na 68 1 16 Meghalaya 2541322 35409323 1062 3na 711 1 17 Mizoram 1326101514 1553 329 2na 49 na 18 Nagaland 1696898621428 462 5na 34 na 19 Odisha 166949122497 36550 211075 1431140 72 2 20 Punjab 43648838560114641 231079 1702159 31 4 21 Rajasthan 12682276813756341544 642786 19419159 201 5 22 Sikkim 87224 335715 713 2na 12 na 23 Tamil Nadu 1229112282 958835307 582531 47310119 549 12 24 Telangana 221011309 726325289 202328 7925234 205 11 25 Tripura 3969841265 2569 349 3na 54 na 26 Uttar Pradesh 151972360274226154982 645922 309124168122 12 27 Uttarakhand 21553426490015690 24409 1023917 2 28 West Bengal 665810015 852177029 301022 108125390 10 29 A & N Islands 61109 82223 na7 1na 21 na 30 Chandigarh 88157 2911 327 31na 3 1 31 D & N Haveli 2039128 176 na10 nana 1na 1 32 Daman & Diu 23404360 na7 nanana 2na 33 Delhi 16622045 9212776 27188 36211736 20 34 Goa 103402 78988 256 8121 na 35 Lakshadweep 13131418 na0 nananana na 36 Puducherry 153347 96285 485 10na 146 na All India 109318233517425094 847118 75738056 36944262807 4841 154 Source: 1. School Education in India, U-DISE 2014-15. 2. Secondary Education Flash Statistics, U-DISE (2014-15). 3. AISHE 2014-15, Ministry of Human Resource Development. Notes: na: Not available Secondary means secondary schools/sections and Senior Secondary means se\ nior secondary schools/sections unless otherwise mentioned. Economic Survey 2015-16 A156 Table 9.4 : State-Wise Literacy Rates (1951-2011) (in per cent) Sl. No. States/Union Territories 195119611971198119912001 2011 1 2 3456789 1 Andhra Pradesh na21.2 24.635.744.160.567.0 2 Arunachal Pradesh na7.111.3 25.6 41.654.365.4 3 Assam 18.533.033.9 na52.9 63.372.2 4 Bihar 13.522.023.232.337.547.061.8 5 Chhattisgarh 9.418.1 24.132.642.964.770.3 6 Gujarat 21.831.537.044.961.369.178.0 7 Haryana nana25.7 37.155.967.975.6 8 Himachal Pradesh nananana63.9 76.582.8 9 Jammu & Kashmir na13.0 21.730.6 na55.5 67.2 10 Jharkhand 12.921.123.935.041.453.666.4 11 Karnataka na29.8 36.846.256.066.675.4 12 Kerala 47.255.169.878.989.890.994.0 13 Madhya Pradesh 13.221.427.338.644.763.769.3 14 Maharashtra 27.935.145.857.264.976.982.3 15 Manipur a12.6 36.038.549.759.970.576.9 16 Meghalaya na26.9 29.542.149.162.674.4 17 Mizoram 31.144.053.859.982.388.891.3 18 Nagaland 10.522.033.850.361.766.679.6 19 Odisha 15.821.726.233.649.163.172.9 20 Punjab nana34.1 43.458.569.775.8 21 Rajasthan 8.518.1 22.630.138.660.466.1 22 Sikkim nana17.7 34.156.968.881.4 23 Tamil Nadu na36.4 45.454.462.773.580.1 24 Tripura na20.2 31.050.160.473.287.2 25 Uttar Pradesh 12.020.924.032.740.756.367.7 26 Uttarakhand 18.918.133.346.157.871.678.8 27 West Bengal 24.634.538.948.757.768.676.3 28 A & N Islands 30.340.151.263.273.081.386.6 29 Chandigarh nana70.4 74.877.881.986.0 30 D & N Haveli nana18.1 32.940.757.676.2 31 Daman & Diu nananana71.2 78.287.1 32 Delhi na62.0 65.171.975.381.786.2 33 Goa 23.535.452.065.775.582.088.7 34 Lakshadweep 15.227.251.868.481.886.791.8 35 Puducherry na43.7 53.465.174.781.285.8 All India a18.3 28.334.543.652.264.873.0 Source: Office of the Registrar General of India, Ministry of Home Affairs. Notes: a : India and Manipur figures exclude those of the three sub-divisions viz. Mao Maram, Paomata and Purul of Senapati district of Manipur as census results of 2001 in these three sub-divisions were cancelled due t\ o technical and administrative reasons. 1. Literacy rates for 1951, 1961 and 1971 Censuses relate to population aged five years and above and from 1981 onwards literacy rates relate to the population aged seven years and above. The literacy rate for 1951 in case of West Bengal relates to total population including 0-4 age group. Literacy rate for 1951 in respect of Chhatisgarh, Madhya Pradesh \ and Manipur are based on sample population. 2. na - Not available. Economic Survey 2015-16 A157 Table 9.5 : Households with access to Safe Drinking Water in India (in per cent) (Tap/Handpump/Tubewell) Sl. No. States/ Union Territories 1991 2001 2011 Total Rural Urban TotalRural Urban TotalRural Urban 1 2 345678910 11 1 Andhra Pradesh 55.149.073.880.176.990.290.588.694.5 2 Arunachal Pradesh 70.066.988.277.573.790.778.674.391.3 3 Assam 45.943.364.158.856.870.469.968.378.2 4 Bihar 58.856.573.486.686.191.294.093.994.7 5 Chhattisgarh aaa70.5 66.288.886.384.193.9 6 Gujarat 69.860.087.284.176.995.490.384.997.0 7 Haryana 74.367.193.286.181.197.393.892.096.7 8 Himachal Pradesh 77.375.591.988.687.597.093.793.297.8 9 Jammu & Kashmir nanana65.2 54.995.776.870.196.1 10 Jharkhand aaa42.6 35.568.260.154.378.4 11 Karnataka 71.767.381.484.680.592.187.584.492.3 12 Kerala 18.912.238.723.416.942.833.528.339.4 13 Madhya Pradesh 53.445.679.468.461.588.678.073.192.1 14 Maharashtra 68.554.090.579.868.495.483.473.295.7 15 Manipur 38.733.752.137.029.359.445.438.160.8 16 Meghalaya 36.226.875.439.029.573.544.735.179.5 17 Mizoram 16.212.919.936.023.847.860.443.475.8 18 Nagaland 53.455.645.546.547.542.353.854.651.8 19 Odisha 39.135.362.864.262.972.375.374.479.8 20 Punjab 92.792.194.297.696.998.997.696.798.9 21 Rajasthan 59.050.686.568.260.493.578.172.894.3 22 Sikkim 73.170.892.870.767.097.185.382.792.2 23 Tamil Nadu 67.464.374.285.685.385.992.592.292.9 24 Tripura 37.230.671.152.545.085.867.558.191.9 25 Uttar Pradesh 62.256.685.887.885.597.295.194.397.9 26 Uttarakhand aaa86.7 83.097.892.289.598.7 27 West Bengal 82.080.386.288.587.092.392.291.493.9 28 A & N Islands 67.959.490.976.766.897.885.578.298.1 29 Chandigarh 97.798.197.799.899.999.899.398.799.4 30 D & N Haveli 45.641.291.077.070.596.191.684.398.4 31 Daman & Diu 71.456.986.896.394.998.998.797.899.0 32 Delhi 95.891.096.297.290.197.795.087.995.2 33 Goa 43.430.561.770.158.382.185.778.490.4 34 Lakshadweep 11.93.418.8 4.6 4.64.622.8 31.220.2 35 Puducherry 88.892.986.195.996.695.597.899.697.0 All India 62.355.581.477.973.290.085.582.791.4 Source: Office of the Registrar General of India, Ministry of Home Affairs. Notes: a : Created in 2001. Uttarakhand, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh for 1991 are included under Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Madhya Pradesh respectively. na: Not available as no census was carried out in Jammu & Kashmir during 1991. Economic Survey 2015-16 A158 Table 9.6: Population of India (1951-2011) (in thousands) Sl. No. States /Union Territories 195119611971198119912001 2011 1 2 3456789 1 Andhra Pradesh 3111535983 4350353551665087621084581 2 Arunachal Pradesh ana 337 4686328651098 1384 3 Assam b8029 10837 1462518041224142665631206 4 Bihar 290853484142126523036453182999104099 5 Chhatisgarh 7457915411637 14010 176152083425545 6 Gujarat 16263206332669734086413105067160440 7 Haryana 5674759110036 1292216464 2114525351 8 Himachal Pradesh 2386281234604281517160786865 9 Jammu & Kashmir c 3254356146175987783710144 12541 10 Jharkhand 969711606 14227 17612218442694632988 11 Karnataka 19402235872929937136449775285161095 12 Kerala 13549169042134725454290993184133406 13 Madhya Pradesh 18615232183001738169485666034872627 14 Maharashtra 320033955450412627837893796879112374 15 Manipur d578 7801073 1421183722942856 16 Meghalaya 6067691012 1336177523192967 17 Mizoram 1962663324946908891097 18 Nagaland 2133695167751210 19901979 19 Odisha 14646175492194526370316603680541974 20 Punjab 916111135 13551 16789202822435927743 21 Rajasthan 15971201562576634262440065650768548 22 Sikkim 138162210316406541 611 23 Tamil Nadu 3011933687 4119948408 558596240672147 24 Tripura 6391142 1556 2053275731993674 25 Uttar Pradesh 602747014483849105137 132062166198199812 26 Uttarakhand 294636114493 57267051848910086 27 West Bengal 26300349264431254581680788017691276 28 A & N Islands 3164115 189 281356381 29 Chandigarh 24120 2574526429011055 30 D & N Haveli 425874104 138220344 31 Daman & Diu 49376379102 158243 32 Delhi 1744265940666220942113851 16788 33 Goa 5475907951008 11701348 1459 34 Lakshadweep 21243240526164 35 Puducherry 3173694726048089741248 All India d361088 4392355481606833298464211028737 1210855 Source : Office of the Registrar General of India, Ministry of Home Affairs. Notes: na : Not available a : Census conducted for the first time in 1961. b : The 1981 Census could not be held in Assam. Total population for 1981 has been worked out by interpolation. c : The 1991 Census could not be held in Jammu & Kashmir. Total population for 1991 has been worked out by interpolation. d : India and Manipur figures include estimated population for those of the three sub-divisions viz. Mao Maram, Paomata and Purul Senapati district of Manipur as census results of 2001 in these three sub-divisio\ ns were cancelled due to technical and administrative reasons. Economic Survey 2015-16 A159 Table 9.7: Population under Different Age Group and Child Sex Ratio (2001 - 2011) Sl. No. States/Union Territories Age Group (2001) Age Group (2011)Child Sex Ratio (0-6 years) 0-14 15-34 35-59 60 & above Age not stated 0-14 15-34 35-59 60 & above Age not stated 2001 2011 1 2 34567 8 910 1112 1314 1 Andhra Pradesh 243981252690463718985717 578807813345021790792 3060924823131065 8278241771431 961939 2 Arunachal Pradesh 442825366838237279 499161110493361 512549312669 636391509 964972 3 Assam 9970342922006358757831560366 2897410248899 11123193 77361162078544 18824 965962 4 Bihar 348741512497147617473783 550127417782541721188 3226487222002745 7707145403502 942935 5 Chhatisgarh 7692654678244248262421504383 280828183836 88616976472641 2003909 23115 975969 6 Gujarat 166241681823345512267094 3499063 4723717445613 2169583216272844 4786559238844 883890 7 Haryana 7579980745804544419511584089 804997529954 93704266225793 2193755 31534 819834 8 Himachal Pradesh 188439021598351471395 547564147161775385 24198441956201 70300910163 896909 9 Jammu & Kashmir 361702535235712282065 675324457154240710 44114002951417 92265615119 941862 10 Jharkhand 10708694856338360617821578662 3330811891118 10992825 76307792356678116734 965948 11 Karnataka 168456011866732113223774 4062022 5184416024874 2234982116883719 579103245851 946948 12 Kerala 829654511271154 89115463335675 264547830974 10335954 11011254 419339334486 960964 13 Madhya Pradesh 232524161987159612783564 428092415952324302242 2517683417351555 571331682862 932918 14 Maharashtra 3110037534038392 23167117 845466011808329917215 4066165330280834 11106935 407696 913894 15 Manipur 706705813358496722145470 4533861688 1060221 726088200020 7777 957930 16 Meghalaya 980877776836452223105726 31601177942 1052138 592123138902 5784 973970 17 Mizoram 313736331766193272 49023 776356002 412771259172 68628633 964970 18 Nagaland 728409762383404177 903234744679032 760810434463 102726 1471 964943 19 Odisha 1220787212591532 89040943039100 6206212076422 1438595311408224 3984448119171 953941 20 Punjab 7617876860986058456682191693 939027084950 10174719 75763302865817 41522 798846 21 Rajasthan 2254323118257954 11608147 381027228758423725426 2381169115629580 5112138269602 909888 22 Sikkim 188907205320 115646 290401938165937 251098151614 407521176 963957 23 Tamil Nadu 167108742239202017366443 550740042894217007503 2514464122418323 750975866805 942943 24 Tripura 10755521135652 750645232549 48051017991 13621441002622 2895441616 966957 25 Uttar Pradesh 67923332519635343392467611649468 73691171308266 6815353943288570 154399041622062 916902 26 Uttarakhand 308697628454061884841 654356177703129008 36026622437205 90080916608 908 890 27 West Bengal 266454052799933219719644 570009911171724737475 3265585226027955 7742382112451 960956 28 A & N Islands 104044142088 9037517366 227992675 147586 114528 25424368 957968 29 Chandigarh 261188364690 228545 449121300266512 426702294812 67078346 845880 30 D & N Haveli 777589015143663 8814104107813 147931 7370113892 372 979926 31 Daman & Diu 431947592430973 8042 7154985 122110 5443511361 356 926904 32 Delhi 449293953687403248002 719650211764565319 65344604524015 1147445 16702 868871 33 Goa 331226523205373952112273 7012318160 503105471691 163495 2094 938942 34 Lakshadweep 207342138214752 3729 5316457 2285719774 5270115 959 911 35 Puducherry 262686373118256712 81016 813298392 440449387575 120436 1101 967967 All India 363610812347676459237962264 766223212738472372444116 421959587308112432 103849040 4489802 927918 Source: Office of the Registrar General of India, Ministry of Home Affairs. Economic Survey 2015-16 A160 Table 9.8: Socio-Economic Profiles & Inter State Comparison of selected major Sates of India Socio-economic Indicators/Items Andhra Pradesh Assam BiharGujarat HaryanaHimachal Pradesh Kar- natakaKerala Madhya Pradesh Maha- rashtra Odisha PunjabRajasthan Tamil Nadu Uttar Pradesh West Bengal All India 1 2345 678910 1112 1314151617 18 Population related* Population 2001 ( in ‘000) 76210266568299950671 21145 607852851 31841 603489687936805243595650762406166198 801761028737 Population 2011 ( in ‘000) 8458131206104099 60439 25351 68656109533406 72627112374 41974277436854872147199812 912761210855 Decadal growth rate of Population 1991-2001 (%) 14.618.928.622.7 28.417.517.59.4 24.3 22.716.320.128.4 11.725.9 17.8 21.5 Decadal growth rate of Population 2001- 2011 (%) 11.017.1 25.419.3 19.912.915.64.9 20.3 16.014.013.921.315.620.213.8 17.7 Sex-ratio 2001 (Females per 1000 males) 978935919920 8619689651058 919922972876921987898934 933 Sex-ratio 2011 (Females per 1000 males) 993958918919 8799729731084 931929979895928996912950 943 States HDI and its components** HDI Ranking 1999-2000 15171910 7412 2 20 622 514 818 13 HDI 1999-2000 0.3680.3360.2920.466 0.5010.5810.4320.677 0.2850.5010.2750.5430.3870.4800.3160.422 0.387 Health Index 1999-2000 0.5210.3390.5060.562 0.5760.6810.5670.782 0.3630.6010.3760.6320.5200.5860.3980.600 0.497 Income Index 1999-2000 0.1970.1520.1000.323 0.4170.4260.2600.458 0.1270.2970.0760.4550.2930.2850.1790.210 0.223 Education Index 1999-2000 0.3850.5160.2710.512 0.5120.6360.4680.789 0.3650.6060.3720.5420.3480.5700.3710.455 0.442 HDI Ranking 2007-08 151621 11 93121 20 722 517 818 13 HDI 2007-08 0.4730.4440.3670.527 0.5520.6520.5190.790 0.3750.5720.3620.6050.4340.5700.3800.492 0.467 Health Index 2008 0.5800.4070.5630.633 0.6270.7170.6270.817 0.4300.6500.4500.6670.5870.6370.4730.650 0.563 Income Index 2007-08 0.2870.2880.1270.371 0.4080.4910.3260.629 0.1730.3510.1390.4950.2530.3550.1750.252 0.271 Education Index 2007-08 0.5530.6360.4090.577 0.6220.7470.6050.924 0.5220.7150.4990.6540.4620.7190.4920.575 0.568 Growth and Per capita income related *** GSDP 2013-14 over previous year 7.167.509.128.76 6.976.247.15 6.27 9.487.281.825.734.797.294.956.91 4.74 GSDP 2014-15 over previous year 7.216.419.45 na7.76 na7.05na 10.19 5.668.085.325.757.256.007.15 na Average GSDP 2009-10 to 2013-14 6.306.3010.10 8.57 7.937.315.686.83 8.528.034.425.948.138.416.156.59 6.68 Average GSDP 2010-11 to 2014-15 6.305.7810.92 na7.13 na6.83na 8.64 7.305.135.757.947.696.036.42 na Per capita income 2013-14 6.375.028.026.78 5.015.346.355.96 7.996.15-0.93 3.503.236.863.216.19 2.70 Per capita income 2014-15 6.312.468.35 na6.29 na6.29na 8.80 4.496.433.784.246.854.286.42 na Poverty Headcount Ratio (HCR) # 2011-12 (Rural) 10.933.934.121.5 11.6 8.524.5 9.1 35.7 24.235.7 7.716.1 15.830.422.5 25.7 2011-12 (Urban) 5.820.5 31.210.1 10.3 4.315.34.9 21.0 9.117.3 9.210.7 6.526.1 14.7 13.7 2011-12 (Total) 9.2031.933.716.6 11.2 8.120.97.1 31.7 17.432.6 8.314.7 11.329.4 19.9 21.9 2009-10 (Rural) 22.839.955.326.7 18.6 9.126.112.0 42.029.539.214.626.421.239.428.8 33.8 2009-10 (Urban) 17.726.139.417.9 23.012.619.612.1 22.918.325.918.119.912.831.722.0 20.9 2009-10 (Total) 21.137.953.523.0 20.1 9.523.612.0 36.724.537.015.924.817.137.726.7 29.8 Rural Urban Disparity ## Rural Average MPCE 2009-10 (MMRP) (in R) 1233.76 1003.28 780.151109.76 1509.91 1535.751020.40 1835.22 902.821152.79 818.471648.92 1179.401159.69 899.10952.321053.64 Rural share of food expenditure 2009-10 (%) 58.164.464.757.7 54.051.656.545.9 55.854.061.948.254.854.757.963.4 57.0 Urban Average MPCE 2009-10 (MMRP) (in R) 2237.60 1754.701237.541909.06 2321.492653.882053.242412.58 1665.772436.751548.362108.791663.081947.611573.911964.78 1984.46 Urban share of food expenditure 2009-10 (%) 44.852.952.946.2 43.141.542.340.2 41.741.048.444.348.045.046.346.2 44.4 Rural Average MPCE 2011-12 (MMRP) (in R) 1753.96 1218.57 1126.751535.66 2176.042034.151561.282668.73 1152.391619.22 1002.612344.661597.501692.93 1156.031290.68 1429.96 Rural share of food expenditure 2011-12 (%) 51.461.359.354.9 52.147.351.443.0 52.952.457.244.150.551.553.058.2 52.9 Urban Average MPCE 2011-12 (MMRP) (in R) 2685.09 2189.151506.582581.28 3817.333258.543025.523408.45 2058.023189.141940.612794.022442.402622.182051.222591.04 2629.65 Urban share of food expenditure 2011-12 (%) 42.347.750.545.2 39.242.440.137.0 42.241.645.441.044.842.744.044.2 42.6 Unemployment Rates (per 1000) ## Rural Persons (2009-10) 123920 818 16 5 75 7630 26 415 1019 16 Urban Persons (2009-10) 31527318 25492773 2932424822322940 34 Total Persons (2009-10) 164026 11 20 181274 1115 3133 722 1424 20 Rural Persons (2011-12) 124532 324 10 968 4722 19 720 927 17 Urban Persons (2011-12) 435656 842 402961 2623352831274148 34 Total Persons (2011-12) 204634 529 131666 913 242212231633 22 Economic Survey 2015-16 A161 Table 9.8: Socio-Economic Profiles & Inter State Comparison of selected major Sates of India Socio-economic Indicators/Items Andhra Pradesh Assam BiharGujarat HaryanaHimachal Pradesh Kar- natakaKerala Madhya Pradesh Maha- rashtra Odisha PunjabRajasthan Tamil Nadu Uttar Pradesh West Bengal All India 1 2345 678910 1112 1314151617 18 Population related* Population 2001 ( in ‘000) 76210266568299950671 21145 607852851 31841 603489687936805243595650762406166198 801761028737 Population 2011 ( in ‘000) 8458131206104099 60439 25351 68656109533406 72627112374 41974277436854872147199812 912761210855 Decadal growth rate of Population 1991-2001 (%) 14.618.928.622.7 28.417.517.59.4 24.3 22.716.320.128.4 11.725.9 17.8 21.5 Decadal growth rate of Population 2001- 2011 (%) 11.017.1 25.419.3 19.912.915.64.9 20.3 16.014.013.921.315.620.213.8 17.7 Sex-ratio 2001 (Females per 1000 males) 978935919920 8619689651058 919922972876921987898934 933 Sex-ratio 2011 (Females per 1000 males) 993958918919 8799729731084 931929979895928996912950 943 States HDI and its components** HDI Ranking 1999-2000 15171910 7412 2 20 622 514 818 13 HDI 1999-2000 0.3680.3360.2920.466 0.5010.5810.4320.677 0.2850.5010.2750.5430.3870.4800.3160.422 0.387 Health Index 1999-2000 0.5210.3390.5060.562 0.5760.6810.5670.782 0.3630.6010.3760.6320.5200.5860.3980.600 0.497 Income Index 1999-2000 0.1970.1520.1000.323 0.4170.4260.2600.458 0.1270.2970.0760.4550.2930.2850.1790.210 0.223 Education Index 1999-2000 0.3850.5160.2710.512 0.5120.6360.4680.789 0.3650.6060.3720.5420.3480.5700.3710.455 0.442 HDI Ranking 2007-08 151621 11 93121 20 722 517 818 13 HDI 2007-08 0.4730.4440.3670.527 0.5520.6520.5190.790 0.3750.5720.3620.6050.4340.5700.3800.492 0.467 Health Index 2008 0.5800.4070.5630.633 0.6270.7170.6270.817 0.4300.6500.4500.6670.5870.6370.4730.650 0.563 Income Index 2007-08 0.2870.2880.1270.371 0.4080.4910.3260.629 0.1730.3510.1390.4950.2530.3550.1750.252 0.271 Education Index 2007-08 0.5530.6360.4090.577 0.6220.7470.6050.924 0.5220.7150.4990.6540.4620.7190.4920.575 0.568 Growth and Per capita income related *** GSDP 2013-14 over previous year 7.167.509.128.76 6.976.247.15 6.27 9.487.281.825.734.797.294.956.91 4.74 GSDP 2014-15 over previous year 7.216.419.45 na7.76 na7.05na 10.19 5.668.085.325.757.256.007.15 na Average GSDP 2009-10 to 2013-14 6.306.3010.10 8.57 7.937.315.686.83 8.528.034.425.948.138.416.156.59 6.68 Average GSDP 2010-11 to 2014-15 6.305.7810.92 na7.13 na6.83na 8.64 7.305.135.757.947.696.036.42 na Per capita income 2013-14 6.375.028.026.78 5.015.346.355.96 7.996.15-0.93 3.503.236.863.216.19 2.70 Per capita income 2014-15 6.312.468.35 na6.29 na6.29na 8.80 4.496.433.784.246.854.286.42 na Poverty Headcount Ratio (HCR) # 2011-12 (Rural) 10.933.934.121.5 11.6 8.524.5 9.1 35.7 24.235.7 7.716.1 15.830.422.5 25.7 2011-12 (Urban) 5.820.5 31.210.1 10.3 4.315.34.9 21.0 9.117.3 9.210.7 6.526.1 14.7 13.7 2011-12 (Total) 9.2031.933.716.6 11.2 8.120.97.1 31.7 17.432.6 8.314.7 11.329.4 19.9 21.9 2009-10 (Rural) 22.839.955.326.7 18.6 9.126.112.0 42.029.539.214.626.421.239.428.8 33.8 2009-10 (Urban) 17.726.139.417.9 23.012.619.612.1 22.918.325.918.119.912.831.722.0 20.9 2009-10 (Total) 21.137.953.523.0 20.1 9.523.612.0 36.724.537.015.924.817.137.726.7 29.8 Rural Urban Disparity ## Rural Average MPCE 2009-10 (MMRP) (in R) 1233.76 1003.28 780.151109.76 1509.91 1535.751020.40 1835.22 902.821152.79 818.471648.92 1179.401159.69 899.10952.321053.64 Rural share of food expenditure 2009-10 (%) 58.164.464.757.7 54.051.656.545.9 55.854.061.948.254.854.757.963.4 57.0 Urban Average MPCE 2009-10 (MMRP) (in R) 2237.60 1754.701237.541909.06 2321.492653.882053.242412.58 1665.772436.751548.362108.791663.081947.611573.911964.78 1984.46 Urban share of food expenditure 2009-10 (%) 44.852.952.946.2 43.141.542.340.2 41.741.048.444.348.045.046.346.2 44.4 Rural Average MPCE 2011-12 (MMRP) (in R) 1753.96 1218.57 1126.751535.66 2176.042034.151561.282668.73 1152.391619.22 1002.612344.661597.501692.93 1156.031290.68 1429.96 Rural share of food expenditure 2011-12 (%) 51.461.359.354.9 52.147.351.443.0 52.952.457.244.150.551.553.058.2 52.9 Urban Average MPCE 2011-12 (MMRP) (in R) 2685.09 2189.151506.582581.28 3817.333258.543025.523408.45 2058.023189.141940.612794.022442.402622.182051.222591.04 2629.65 Urban share of food expenditure 2011-12 (%) 42.347.750.545.2 39.242.440.137.0 42.241.645.441.044.842.744.044.2 42.6 Unemployment Rates (per 1000) ## Rural Persons (2009-10) 123920 818 16 5 75 7630 26 415 1019 16 Urban Persons (2009-10) 31527318 25492773 2932424822322940 34 Total Persons (2009-10) 164026 11 20 181274 1115 3133 722 1424 20 Rural Persons (2011-12) 124532 324 10 968 4722 19 720 927 17 Urban Persons (2011-12) 435656 842 402961 2623352831274148 34 Total Persons (2011-12) 204634 529 131666 913 242212231633 22 Economic Survey 2015-16 A162 Table 9.8: Socio-Economic Profiles & Inter State Comparison of selected major Sates of India Socio-economic Indicators/Items Andhra Pradesh Assam BiharGujarat HaryanaHimachal Pradesh Kar- natakaKerala Madhya Pradesh Maha- rashtra Odisha PunjabRajasthan Tamil Nadu Uttar Pradesh West Bengal All India 1 2345 678910 1112 1314151617 18 Health related Male Life expectancy at birth (2008-12) $ 64.761.266.765.5 65.468.365.8 71.6 61.968.863.468.165.267.962.368.1 65.4 Female Life expectancy at birth (2008-12) $ 69.464.867.670.1 70.172.770.377.7 65.072.965.372.969.471.964.871.5 68.8 Total Life expectancy at birth (2008-12) $ 67.062.767.267.7 67.670.568.074.7 63.370.864.370.367.269.863.569.7 67.0 Male Life expectancy at birth (2007-11) $ 64.061.265.965.2 65.067.965.271.5 61.368.362.967.765.067.661.967.8 64.9 Female Life expectancy at birth (2007-11) $ 68.663.666.869.6 69.872.370.077.3 64.572.464.572.268.771.464.271.3 68.2 Total Life expectancy at birth (2007-11) $ 66.362.266.367.3 67.370.167.574.4 62.870.363.769.866.869.463.069.4 66.5 Infant Mortality Rates (per 1000 live births) 2012* 41554338 42363212 5625532849215332 42 Infant Mortality Rates (per 1000 live births) 2013* 39544236 41353112 5424512647215031 40 Birth Rate (per 1000) 2012 * 17.522.527.721.1 21.616.218.514.9 26.616.619.915.925.915.727.416.1 21.6 Death Rate (per 1000) 2012* 7.47.96.66.6 6.46.77.16.9 8.16.38.56.86.67.47.76.3 7.0 Birth Rate (per 1000) 2013 * 17.422.427.620.8 21.3 1618.314.7 26.316.519.615.725.615.627.2 1621.4 Death Rate (per 1000) 2013* 7.37.86.66.5 6.36.77.06.9 8.06.28.46.76.57.37.76.4 7.0 Education related $$ GER (I-V Class) (2014-15) 88.2114.9 101.1 98.7 97.699.4101.9 95.1 101.1 98.9105.5 105.1 98.6103.1 95.0102.3 100.1 GER(VI-VIII Class) (2014-15) 79.595.998.193.6 96.0103.1 93.296.9 96.698.890.196.885.894.674.5103.2 91.2 GER(IX-X Class) (2014-15) 72.474.869.174.3 84.3115.9 81.8103.2 80.289.377.185.676.291.967.878.2 78.5 PTR (2014-15) Primary School 21243520 22121817 2225191917183925 24 PTR (2014-15) Upper Primary School 15142313 14101314 1917141210153328 17 PTR (2014-15) High/Secondary School 19135934 14191617 4023201723215737 27 GER (I-V Class) (2013-14) 96.7113.4 97.9101.1 98.4100.5 101.095.4 111.5 99.8105.8 105.6101.5102.6 96.4104.0 101.4 GER(VI-VIII Class) (2013-14) 83.693.187.290.9 94.2101.8 91.898.3100.7 96.786.295.384.698.373.299.6 89.3 GER(IX-XI Class) (2013-14) 75.271.260.174.5 86.2120.3 77.5102.5 83.485.674.886.478.792.566.274.8 76.6 PTR (2013-14) Primary School 23243821 24131817 2425201918194127 25 PTR (2013-14) Upper Primary School 16142313 14101214 20171412 1117 3429 17 PTR (2013-14) High/Secondary School 18145034 17231517 3622201825235128 26 Source * : Office of the Registrar General of India. * * : India HDR 2011 & 1999-2000. *** : Source: CSO. Included data of divided Andhra Pradesh. # : NITI Aayog. ## : NSS 2009-10 & 2011-12 round. $ : M/o Health & Family Welfare and SRS Bulletin. $$ : School Education in India, U-DISE 2014-15 (Provisional). Data for 201\ 3-14 refers to undivided Andhra Pradesh. Notes: 1. GSDP (Gross State Domestic Product) & per capita income is at constant (2004-05) prices. It includes the data of divided Andhra Pradesh. 2. Unemployment rate is for all persons under usual status (adjusted)\ . 3. na: Not available; MMRP : Mixed modified recall period; MPCE : Monthly per capita expenditure GER : Gross enrolment ratio; PTR : Pupil-teacher ratio; Economic Survey 2015-16 A163 Table 9.8: Socio-Economic Profiles & Inter State Comparison of selected major Sates of India Socio-economic Indicators/Items Andhra Pradesh Assam BiharGujarat HaryanaHimachal Pradesh Kar- natakaKerala Madhya Pradesh Maha- rashtra Odisha PunjabRajasthan Tamil Nadu Uttar Pradesh West Bengal All India 1 2345 678910 1112 1314151617 18 Health related Male Life expectancy at birth (2008-12) $ 64.761.266.765.5 65.468.365.8 71.6 61.968.863.468.165.267.962.368.1 65.4 Female Life expectancy at birth (2008-12) $ 69.464.867.670.1 70.172.770.377.7 65.072.965.372.969.471.964.871.5 68.8 Total Life expectancy at birth (2008-12) $ 67.062.767.267.7 67.670.568.074.7 63.370.864.370.367.269.863.569.7 67.0 Male Life expectancy at birth (2007-11) $ 64.061.265.965.2 65.067.965.271.5 61.368.362.967.765.067.661.967.8 64.9 Female Life expectancy at birth (2007-11) $ 68.663.666.869.6 69.872.370.077.3 64.572.464.572.268.771.464.271.3 68.2 Total Life expectancy at birth (2007-11) $ 66.362.266.367.3 67.370.167.574.4 62.870.363.769.866.869.463.069.4 66.5 Infant Mortality Rates (per 1000 live births) 2012* 41554338 42363212 5625532849215332 42 Infant Mortality Rates (per 1000 live births) 2013* 39544236 41353112 5424512647215031 40 Birth Rate (per 1000) 2012 * 17.522.527.721.1 21.616.218.514.9 26.616.619.915.925.915.727.416.1 21.6 Death Rate (per 1000) 2012* 7.47.96.66.6 6.46.77.16.9 8.16.38.56.86.67.47.76.3 7.0 Birth Rate (per 1000) 2013 * 17.422.427.620.8 21.3 1618.314.7 26.316.519.615.725.615.627.2 1621.4 Death Rate (per 1000) 2013* 7.37.86.66.5 6.36.77.06.9 8.06.28.46.76.57.37.76.4 7.0 Education related $$ GER (I-V Class) (2014-15) 88.2114.9 101.1 98.7 97.699.4101.9 95.1 101.1 98.9105.5 105.1 98.6103.1 95.0102.3 100.1 GER(VI-VIII Class) (2014-15) 79.595.998.193.6 96.0103.1 93.296.9 96.698.890.196.885.894.674.5103.2 91.2 GER(IX-X Class) (2014-15) 72.474.869.174.3 84.3115.9 81.8103.2 80.289.377.185.676.291.967.878.2 78.5 PTR (2014-15) Primary School 21243520 22121817 2225191917183925 24 PTR (2014-15) Upper Primary School 15142313 14101314 1917141210153328 17 PTR (2014-15) High/Secondary School 19135934 14191617 4023201723215737 27 GER (I-V Class) (2013-14) 96.7113.4 97.9101.1 98.4100.5 101.095.4 111.5 99.8105.8 105.6101.5102.6 96.4104.0 101.4 GER(VI-VIII Class) (2013-14) 83.693.187.290.9 94.2101.8 91.898.3100.7 96.786.295.384.698.373.299.6 89.3 GER(IX-XI Class) (2013-14) 75.271.260.174.5 86.2120.3 77.5102.5 83.485.674.886.478.792.566.274.8 76.6 PTR (2013-14) Primary School 23243821 24131817 2425201918194127 25 PTR (2013-14) Upper Primary School 16142313 14101214 20171412 1117 3429 17 PTR (2013-14) High/Secondary School 18145034 17231517 3622201825235128 26 Source * : Office of the Registrar General of India. * * : India HDR 2011 & 1999-2000. *** : Source: CSO. Included data of divided Andhra Pradesh. # : NITI Aayog. ## : NSS 2009-10 & 2011-12 round. $ : M/o Health & Family Welfare and SRS Bulletin. $$ : School Education in India, U-DISE 2014-15 (Provisional). Data for 201\ 3-14 refers to undivided Andhra Pradesh. Notes: 1. GSDP (Gross State Domestic Product) & per capita income is at constant (2004-05) prices. It includes the data of divided Andhra Pradesh. 2. Unemployment rate is for all persons under usual status (adjusted)\ . 3. na: Not available; MMRP : Mixed modified recall period; MPCE : Monthly per capita expenditure GER : Gross enrolment ratio; PTR : Pupil-teacher ratio; Economic Survey 2015-16




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