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1 Consumer Price Index Numbers - Separately for Rural and Urban Areas and also Combined (Rural plus Urban) Central Statistics Office Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation Government of India 1

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3 Page 1 Consumer Price Index Numbers - Separately for Rural and Urban Areas and also Combined (Rural plus Urban) 1. Objective 1.1 Consumer Price Indices (CPI) measure changes over time in general level of prices of goods and services that households acquire for the purpose of consumption. CPI numbers are widely used as a macroeconomic indicator of inflation, as a tool by governments and central banks for inflation targeting and for monitoring price stability, and as deflators in the national accounts. CPI is also used for indexing dearness allowance to employees for increase in prices. CPI is therefore considered as one of the most important economic indicators. 1.2 CPI numbers presently compiled and released at national level reflect the fluctuations in retail prices pertaining to specific segments of population in the country viz. industrial workers, agricultural labourers and rural labourers. These indices do not encompass all the segments of the population in the country and as such do not reflect true picture of the price behavior in the country. To overcome the above, the Central Statistics Office (CSO) of the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation has started compiling new series of CPI for the entire urban population, viz. CPI (Urban), and CPI for the entire rural population, viz. CPI (Rural), which would reflect the changes in the price levels of various goods and services consumed by the urban and rural population. These new indices are compiled at State/UT and all-india levels. 1.3 For construction of CPI numbers, two requisite components are weighting diagrams (consumption patterns) and price data collected at regular intervals. 1

4 Page 2 2. Weighting Diagram 2.1 Weighting diagram gives the share of each item considered in the total consumption expenditure. The weighting diagrams for the new CPI series have been derived on the basis of average monthly consumer expenditure of an urban/ rural household obtained from the NSS 61 st round Consumer Expenditure Survey data ( ). Only consumption expenditure has been considered for the purpose of preparation of weighting diagrams. Non-consumption expenditure has been excluded. 3. Classification of Items of Consumption 3.1 After exclusion of non-consumption expenditure from the average monthly consumption expenditure, the remaining items were classified into several consumption groups and subgroups considering Classification of Individual Consumption according to Purpose (COICOP), the standard international classification as well as present classification of items adopted in the existing CPI numbers compiled at national level. The grouping followed is as under: 2

5 Page 3 Gr. 1 Food, beverages and tobacco 1.1 Cereals and products 1.2 Pulses and products 1.3 Milk and milk products 1.4 Oils and fats 1.5 Egg, fish and meat 1.6 Condiments and spices 1.7 Vegetables 1.8 Fruits 1.9 Sugar, honey etc Non-alcoholic beverages 1.11 Prepared meals etc 1.12 Pan, tobacco and intoxicants Gr.2 Fuel and light Gr.3 Housing Gr.4 Clothing, bedding and footwear 4.1 Clothing and bedding 4.2 Footwear Gr.5 Miscellaneous 5.1 Education 5.2 Medical care 5.3 Recreation and amusement 5.4 Transport & communication 5.5 Personal care and effects 5.6 Household requisites 5.7 Others 4. Criteria of Selection of Items 4.1 Multiple norms were adopted for selecting the items depending on their importance, their popularity and suitability for pricing on a continuing basis. Accordingly, following four-fold criteria were adopted: (i) to include all PDS items; 3

6 Page 4 (ii) (iii) to include all items accounting for 1% or more of total expenditure at sub-group level; to include all items accounting for more than specified percentage of total expenditure of all consumption items: Food, Housing & Miscellaneous > 0.04% Fuel > 0.03% Clothing > 0.02% (iv) to include all items for which more than 75% households have reported consumption. 4.2 All items satisfying any of the above four conditions were retained. These are termed as weighted items. Expenditure on certain item was imputed considering its insignificant share and/or difficulties involved in pricing to the item(s) retained on the basis of mainly same or similar price movements. All India weights of CPI (Rural), CPI (Urban) and CPI (Combined) are as under: 4

7 Page 5 New series of CPI All India weights Sub group/group Rural Urban Combined (Rural+Urban) Cereals and products Pulses and products Milk and milk products Oils and fats Egg, fish and meat Vegetables Fruits Sugar etc Condiments and spices Non- alcoholic beverages Prepared meals etc Pan, tobacco and Intoxicants Food, beverages and tobacco Fuel and light Clothing and bedding Footwear Clothing, bedding and footwear Housing Education Medical care Recreation and amusement Transport and communication Personal care and effects Household requisites Others Miscellaneous All Groups State/UT wise sub-group/group wise weighting diagrams for CPI (Rural) and CPI (Urban) are given in Annexure I and Annexure II respectively. 5

8 Page 6 5. Price Collection in Urban Areas 5.1 Number of price schedules (quotations) that could be canvassed by the field investigators available was fixed around 1100.These quotations were distributed to States/UTs on the basis of urban population (Population Census 2001). Annex III giving state- wise distribution of 310 towns x quotations is attached. 5.2 For regular price collection by NSSO (FOD)/Specified State Governments, all cities/towns having population (2001 Population Census) more than 9 lakh and all state/ut capitals not covered therein were selected purposively. Quotations were allotted to these cities/towns as per following criteria. Towns having population No. of quotations allotted 9 25 lakh 8 25 lakh 1 crore 12 More than 1 crore 24 Remaining State/UTcapitals After selecting the towns/cities purposively (as stated above), each State/UT was divided into following four strata. Stratum I - Remaining Class I towns (population more than 1 lakh but less than 9 lakh) Stratum II - All Class II towns (population lakh). Stratum III - All class III towns (population ) Stratum IV All class IV towns (population less than 20000). 5.4 After allocating quotations to the towns selected purposively, remaining quotations allocated to a state/ut were further allocated to different strata in 6

9 Page 7 proportion to total urban population of the towns falling in different strata. 5.5 Number of towns to be selected from strata I and II was decided on the basis of no. of quotations allotted to those strata taking 4 quotations per town. For Strata III and IV, no. of towns to be selected was decided on the basis of no. of quotations allotted to those strata taking 2 quotations per town. Towns were selected from each stratum circular systematically ensuring regional representation. In all 310 towns (Annex III) have been selected covering all the States and UTs from which 1114 price quotations (Schedules) are canvassed every month (Annex III). Quotations allocated to a particular town have been distributed by ensuring both the geographical coverage of the selected town and the different segments of population living in the town (poor, middle and affluent). Further, quotations allotted for the town have been distributed over the four weeks of a month to take into account week to week variation in the prices. 5.6 In the selected towns, market survey was undertaken by NSSO (FOD) for (i) identification of popular markets (ii) selection of shops/outlets for different commodities in the selected markets and (iii) determination of specifications of commodities to be priced. Rented dwellings, from which house rent data are to be collected, were also identified in all the selected towns during the market survey. Prices are collected by the NSSO (FOD) every month. 6. Web portal for data submission 6.1 National Informatics Centre (NIC) Delhi has developed a web-portal for urban price data, to facilitate on line data entry from different field offices of NSSO (FOD). Provision on web portal has also been kept for (i) uploading of data entered in the off line mode (ii) generation of scrutiny tables (Diagnostic Tables) giving price variations exceeding certain limits for verification and updation of price data. 7

10 Page 8 7. House Rent Data Collection 7.1 For compilation of house rent index which is a component in the Housing group of CPI (Urban), rent data are also collected from sample rented dwellings in each of the selected town. For each quotation, six rented dwellings units have been selected. These are selected in such a way that they represent various categories of dwellings with different number of living rooms. Dwellings are visited once in six months for canvassing house rent schedule. 7.2 In case of concessional or subsidized dwellings, the rent actually paid by the family for the dwelling along with any allowance foregone in lieu of the accommodation given to him/her is taken as rent payable per month. For example, a Government employee is residing in a government accommodation for which the Government charges a licence fee of say,rs.250 per month and if the government employee also foregoes house rent allowance normally admissible to him/her, say of Rs.5000 per month, then the total rent payable for the purpose of house rent enquiry is calculated as Rs.5250 ( ).In fact, rent for these categories of rented dwellings depends on status of tenants, higher the status more the imputed rent. 8. PDS Price Data Collection 8.1 Public Distribution System (PDS) prices, also known as Fair Price Shop prices, are also collected in respect of four items viz. Rice PDS, Wheat/ wheatatta PDS, Sugar-PDS and Kerosene- PDS. These are collected in respect of two groups of beneficiaries viz. Above Poverty Line (APL) and Below Poverty Line (BPL) households. 8

11 Page 9 9. Price Collection in Rural Areas 9.1 With a view to have a workload within manageable limits and considering the fact that the CPI (Rural) would provide the price changes for the entire rural population of the country, a total of 1181 villages ( Annex IV) have been selected at all India level. The broad criterion of selection of villages is indicated below. These villages have been distributed more or less equally among the four weeks to take in to account weekly variations in the prices. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) Within each State/UT, top 50 villages(if villages in a district are more than 50, all villages if it is less than 50) are arranged in the descending order on the basis of 2001 population for each district. 50 villages selected above have been divided into two sets i.e Set 1 and Set 2 (Set 1 consists of top 25 villages and Set 2 the remaining 25 villages). With in a district two villages (one each from Set 1 and Set 2) have been selected randomly from different tehsils. In case of only one tehsil available in a district, both the villages have been selected from the same tehsil. In case of some UTs where number of districts is less than three, minimum five villages were selected within UT. Sample size in some States/UTs, wherever required, was adjusted on the basis of rural population of the State/UT. 9.2 As the field investigators of NSSO (FOD) are not available for price collection in the rural areas, this work has been entrusted to the Department of Posts. Postal officials are trained by NSSO (FOD) and CSO at selected centres in the country for 9

12 Page 10 price data collection in the rural areas. Data from different locations are uploaded through a web portal developed by the Department of Posts and NIC. This webportal has all the features needed for monitoring of field work and scrutiny/editing of price data, as explained in the case of uploading of urban price data. 10. Selection of Base Year 10.1 Considering the availability of reliable data, especially rural price data from January 2010 and also necessity of brining all these CPI numbers at the earliest, the Technical Advisory Committee on Statistics of Prices and Cost of Living (TAC on SPCL)in its 49th meeting decided to have 2010 (Jan.-Dec.) as the base year. The TAC on SPCL also observed that these indices would have to be revised on the basis of the results of the next Consumer Expenditure Survey scheduled to be undertaken during Compilation of Indices 11.1 All the new series of are compiled at the Computer Centre of the Ministry of Statistics & PI Compilation of CPI numbers generally consists of two stages i.e. (i) calculation of price indices for elementary aggregates (item level indices) and (ii) the aggregation of these elementary price indices to higher level indices using the weights associated with each level. Laspeyres formula is used for aggregation of indices. Specifications of items have been selected on the basis of popularity in the respective areas. These specifications are different in terms of units, quality etc for different price schedules. Prices relative of each product specification (current month price/base year average price) is worked out. Average of these price relatives under the respective item multiplied with 100 gives the index for that item. 10

13 Page In case of seasonal items of vegetables and fruits, whenever prices of these items are not reported in a particular month, weights of such items are imputed on pro-rata basis to the items in the respective section (root vegetables, fresh vegetables, fresh fruits, and dry fruits) House rent index is compiled in a different way. Two categories of dwellings viz. rented dwellings and self-owned dwellings are considered in the compilation of the house rent index. The rental equivalence approach is adopted in respect of self owned dwellings. For each State/UT, six months data (January to June or July to December) are used to compile rent relatives. Rent relative is calculated as current month rent/rent six months ago and then simple average relative is worked out by classifying the dwellings by number of living rooms (1 room, 2 rooms, three rooms and four or more rooms). These rent relatives are weighted to get a combined rent relative using the estimated proportions of dwellings under each group, obtained from the NSS 58 th round survey on Housing Conditions (July-December 2002). Chain base method is adopted in the compilation of house rent index and these indices are repeated for the subsequent six months period. That is, indices compiled using the data of January to June are repeated for the period July to December. For the period January-June 2011, house rent is taken as 100, as previous six months period is a part of the base year For PDS items, price relatives are worked out separately for Above Poverty Line (APL) and Below Poverty Line (BPL) categories. These price relatives are combined with the respective share of expenditure as obtained from the Consumer Expenditure Survey ( ) All India index at sub group level is compiled by taking the respective expenditure of the State/UT (average household expenditure X total estimated 11

14 Page 12 households) as weights. State/UT wise shares in all-india CPI (Rural) and all-india CPI (Urban) are indicated in Annexure V and Annexure VI respectively. Rural and urban indices are also combined by taking expenditure as weight so as to get State/ UT and national indices (Annexure VII). 12. Dissemination of Indices 12.1 Index Numbers for both rural and urban areas and also combined are released w.e.f. January Provisional indices based on the data available are first released with the time lag of 30 days. State/UT indices are released only if receipt of schedules is 80% or more of the total schedules allocated to a state/ut. These provisional indices are subsequently revised and final numbers with complete data for all India and also for all the States/UTs are released with a time lag of two months. Releasing provisional and final indices would continue up to December Indices for January 2012 onwards, along with annual inflation rates would be released with a time lag of one month. 13. Revision of Indices 13.1 These new CPI numbers would be revised on the basis of the results of the next round of Consumer Expenditure Survey scheduled to be conducted during by the NSSO. Thereafter, revision will be undertaken every five years or so (whenever large scale Consumer Expenditure Survey data become available). **** 12

15 Page 13 Annexure I State/ UT wise sub-group and group weighting diagrams for CPI ( Rural) S. N Sub group/group Andhra Arunachal Assam Bihar Chattisgarh Goa Gujarat a Cereals and products b Pulses and products c Milk and milk products d Oils and fats e Egg, fish and meat f Vegetables g Fruits h Sugar etc i Condiments and spices j Non- alcoholic beverages k Prepared meals etc l Pan, tobacco and Intoxicants I Food, beverages and tobacco II Fuel and light a Clothing and bedding b Footwear III Clothing, bedding and footwear a Education b Medical care c Recreation and amusement d Transport and communication e Personal care and effects f Household requisites g Others IV Miscellaneous All Groups

16 Page 14 S. N Sub group/group Haryana Himachal Jammu & Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhy a a Cereals and products b Pulses and products c Milk and milk products d Oils and fats e Egg, fish and meat f Vegetables g Fruits h Sugar etc i Condiments and spices j Non- alcoholic beverages k Prepared meals etc l Pan, tobacco and Intoxicants I Food, beverages and tobacco II Fuel and light a Clothing and bedding b Footwear III Clothing, bedding and footwear a Education b Medical care c Recreation and amusement d Transport and communication e Personal care and effects f Household requisites g Others IV Miscellaneous All Groups

17 Page 15 S. N Sub group/group Maharasht ra Manipur Meghalaya Mizora m Nagaland Orissa Punjab a Cereals and products b Pulses and products c Milk and milk products d Oils and fats e Egg, fish and meat f Vegetables g Fruits h Sugar etc i Condiments and spices j Non- alcoholic beverages k Prepared meals etc l Pan, tobacco and Intoxicants I Food, beverages and tobacco II Fuel and light a Clothing and bedding b Footwear III Clothing, bedding and footwear a Education b Medical care c Recreation and amusement d Transport and communication e Personal care and effects f Household requisites g Others IV Miscellaneous All Groups

18 Page 16 S. N Sub group/group Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Rajasthan Uttarakhand Uttar West Bengal a Cereals and products b Pulses and products c Milk and milk products d Oils and fats e Egg, fish and meat f Vegetables g Fruits h Sugar etc i Condiments and spices j Non- alcoholic beverages k Prepared meals etc l Pan, tobacco and Intoxicants I Food, beverages and tobacco II Fuel and light a Clothing and bedding b Footwear III Clothing, bedding and footwear a Education b Medical care c Recreation and amusement d Transport and communication e Personal care and effects f Household requisites g Others IV Miscellaneous All Groups

19 Page 17 S. N Sub group/group A & N Islands D & N Haveli Daman & Diu Delhi Chandigarh Lakshadwe ep Puduch erry a Cereals and products b Pulses and products c Milk and milk products d Oils and fats e Egg, fish and meat f Vegetables g Fruits h Sugar etc i Condiments and spices j Non- alcoholic beverages k Prepared meals etc l Pan, tobacco and Intoxicants I Food, beverages and tobacco II Fuel and light a Clothing and bedding b Footwear III Clothing, bedding and footwear a Education b Medical care c Recreation and amusement d Transport and communication e Personal care and effects f Household requisites g Others IV Miscellaneous All Groups

20 Page 18 Annexure II State/ UT wise sub-group and group weighting diagrams for CPI ( Urban) Sl No Sub group/group Andhra Arunachal Assam Bihar Chattisgarh Goa Gujarat a b c d e f g h i j k l I II a b III IV a b c d e f g V Cereals and products Pulses and products Milk and milk products Oils and fats Egg, fish and meat Vegetables Fruits Sugar etc Condiments and spices Non- alcoholic beverages Prepared meals etc Pan,tobacco and Intoxicants Food, beverages and tobacco Fuel and light Clothing and bedding Footwear Clothing, bedding and footwear Housing Education Medical care Recreation and amusement Transport and communication Personal care and effects Household requisites Others Miscellaneous All Groups

21 Page 19 Sl No Sub group/group Haryana Himachal Jammu & Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya a b c d e f g h i j k l I II a b III IV a b c d e f g V Cereals and products Pulses and products Milk and milk products Oils and fats Egg, fish and meat Vegetables Fruits Sugar etc Condiments and spices Non- alcoholic beverages Prepared meals etc Pan,tobacco and Intoxicants Food, beverages and tobacco Fuel and light Clothing and bedding Footwear Clothing, bedding and footwear Housing Education Medical care Recreation and amusement Transport and communication Personal care and effects Household requisites Others Miscellaneous All Groups

22 Page 20 Sl No Sub group/group Manipur Mizora m Maharashtra Meghalaya Nagaland Orissa Punjab a b c d e f g h i j k l I II a b III IV a b c d e f g V Cereals and products Pulses and products Milk and milk products Oils and fats Egg, fish and meat Vegetables Fruits Sugar etc Condiments and spices Non- alcoholic beverages Prepared meals etc Pan,tobacco and Intoxicants Food, beverages and tobacco Fuel and light Clothing and bedding Footwear Clothing, bedding and footwear Housing Education Medical care Recreation and amusement Transport and communication Personal care and effects Household requisites Others Miscellaneous All Groups

23 Page 21 Sl No Sub group/group Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttarakhand Uttar West Bengal a b c d e f g h i j k l I II a b III IV a b c d e f g V Cereals and products Pulses and products Milk and milk products Oils and fats Egg, fish and meat Vegetables Fruits Sugar etc Condiments and spices Non- alcoholic beverages Prepared meals etc Pan,tobacco and Intoxicants Food, beverages and tobacco Fuel and light Clothing and bedding Footwear Clothing, bedding and footwear Housing Education Medical care Recreation and amusement Transport and communication Personal care and effects Household requisites Others Miscellaneous All Groups

24 Page 22 Sl No Sub group/group A & N Islands D & N Haveli Daman & Diu Delhi Chandigarh Lakshadweep Puducher ry a b c d e f g h i j k l I II a b III IV a b c d e f g V Cereals and products Pulses and products Milk and milk products Oils and fats Egg, fish and meat Vegetables Fruits Sugar etc Condiments and spices Non- alcoholic beverages Prepared meals etc Pan,tobacco and Intoxicants Food, beverages and tobacco Fuel and light Clothing and bedding Footwear Clothing, bedding and footwear Housing Education Medical care Recreation and amusement Transport and communication Personal care and effects Household requisites Others Miscellaneous All Groups

25 Page 23 Annexure III Number of towns and quotations selected for CPI (Urban) Sl.No State/UT Towns Quotations 1 Jammu & Kashmir Himachal Punjab Chandigarh Uttarakhand Haryana Delhi Rajasthan Uttar Bihar Sikkim Arunachal Nagaland Manipur Mizoram Tripura Meghalaya Assam West Bengal Jarkhand Orissa Chattishgarh Madhya Gujarat Daman& Diu D&N Havelli Maharastra Andhra Karnataka Goa Lakshadweep Kerala Tamil Nadu Puducherry A & N Islands 3 8 All India 310 1,114 23

26 Page 24 Annexure IV Number of villages selected for CPI (Rural) Sl.No State/UT Villages 1 Jammu & Kashmir 28 2 Himachal 24 3 Punjab 34 4 Chandigarh 5 5 Uttarakhand 26 6 Haryana 38 7 Delhi 14 8 Rajasthan 64 9 Uttar Bihar Sikkim 8 12 Arunachal Nagaland Manipur Mizoram Tripura 8 17 Meghalaya Assam West Bengal Jarkhand Orissa Chattishgarh Madhya Gujarat Daman& Diu 5 26 D&N Havelli 5 27 Maharastra Andhra Karnataka Goa 6 31 Lakshadweep 5 32 Kerala Tamil Nadu Puducherry 5 35 A & N Islands 5 All India 1,181 24

27 Page 25 Annexure V State/UT wise sub group and group share in the All India CPI (Rural) Sl No Sub group/group All India Andhra Arunachal Assam Bihar Chattisgarh Goa a Cereals and products b Pulses and products c Milk and milk products d Edible oils e Egg, fish and meat f Vegetables g Fruits h Sugar etc i condiments and spices j Non alcoholic beverages k Prepared meals etc l Pan, tobacco and Intoxicants I Food, beverages and tobacco II Fuel and light a Clothing and bedding b Footwear III Clothing, bedding &footwear a Education b Medical care c Recreation and amusement d Transport and communication e Personal care and effects f Household requisites g Others IV Miscellaneous All Groups

28 Page 26 Sl No Sub group/group Gujarat Haryana Himachal Jammu & Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala a Cereals and products b Pulses and products c Milk and milk products d Edible oils e Egg, fish and meat f Vegetables g Fruits h Sugar etc i condiments and spices j Non alcoholic beverages k Prepared meals etc l Pan, tobacco and Intoxicants I Food, beverages and tobacco II Fuel and light a Clothing and bedding b Footwear III Clothing, bedding &footwear a Education b Medical care c Recreation and amusement d Transport and communication e Personal care and effects f Household requisites g Others IV Miscellaneous All Groups

29 Page 27 Sl No Sub group/group Madhya Manipur Maharashtra Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa a Cereals and products b Pulses and products c Milk and milk products d Edible oils e Egg, fish and meat f Vegetables g Fruits h Sugar etc i condiments and spices j Non alcoholic beverages k Prepared meals etc l Pan, tobacco and Intoxicants I Food, beverages and tobacco II Fuel and light a Clothing and bedding b Footwear III Clothing, bedding &footwear a Education b Medical care c Recreation and amusement d Transport and communication e Personal care and effects f Household requisites g Others IV Miscellaneous All Groups

30 Page 28 Sl No Sub group/group Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttarakhand Uttar a Cereals and products b Pulses and products c Milk and milk products d Edible oils e Egg, fish and meat f Vegetables g Fruits h Sugar etc i condiments and spices j Non alcoholic beverages k Prepared meals etc l Pan, tobacco and Intoxicants I Food, beverages and tobacco II Fuel and light a Clothing and bedding b Footwear III Clothing, bedding &footwear a Education b Medical care c Recreation and amusement d Transport and communication e Personal care and effects f Household requisites g Others IV Miscellaneous All Groups

31 Page 29 Sl No Sub group/group West Bengal A & N Islands Chandigarh D & N Haveli Daman & Diu Delhi Lakshadweep Puduche rry a Cereals and products b Pulses and products c Milk and milk products d Edible oils e Egg, fish and meat f Vegetables g Fruits h Sugar etc i condiments and spices j Non alcoholic beverages k Prepared meals etc l Pan, tobacco and Intoxicants I Food, beverages and tobacco II Fuel and light a Clothing and bedding b Footwear III Clothing, bedding &footwear a Education b Medical care c Recreation and amusement d Transport and communication e Personal care and effects f Household requisites g Others IV Miscellaneous All Groups

32 Page 30 State/UT wise weights in the All India CPI (Urban) Annexure VI Sl No Sub group/group All India Andhra Arunachal Assam Bihar Chattisgarh Goa a Cereals b Pulses c Milk and milk products d Oils and fats e Egg, fish and meat f Vegetables g Fruits h Sugar etc i Condiment and spices j Non- alcoholic beverages k Prepared meals etc l Pan,tobacco and Intoxicants I Food II Fuel and light a Clothing and bedding b Footwear III Clothing, bedding and footwear IV Housing a Education b Medical care c Recreation and amusement d Transport and communication e Personnal care and effects f Household requisites g Others V Miscellaneous All Groups

33 Page 31 Sl No Sub group/group Gujarat Haryana Himachal Jammu & Jharkhand Kashmir Karnataka Kerala a Cereals b Pulses c Milk and milk products d Oils and fats e Egg, fish and meat f Vegetables g Fruits h Sugar etc i Condiment and spices j Non- alcoholic beverages k Prepared meals etc l Pan,tobacco and Intoxicants I Food II Fuel and light a Clothing and bedding b Footwear III Clothing, bedding and footwear IV Housing a Education b Medical care c Recreation and amusement d Transport and communication e Personnal care and effects f Household requisites g Others V Miscellaneous All Groups

34 Page 32 Sl No Sub group/group Madhya Manipur Maharashtra Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa a Cereals b Pulses c Milk and milk products d Oils and fats e Egg, fish and meat f Vegetables g Fruits h Sugar etc i Condiment and spices j Non- alcoholic beverages k Prepared meals etc l Pan,tobacco and Intoxicants I Food II Fuel and light a Clothing and bedding b Footwear III Clothing, bedding and footwear IV Housing a Education b Medical care c Recreation and amusement d Transport and communication e Personnal care and effects f Household requisites g Others V Miscellaneous All Groups

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