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1 STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT GUJARAT STATE (With Base Year ) DIRECTORATE OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS GOVERNMENT OF GUJARAT GANDHINAGAR

2 PREFACE Directorate of Economics & Statistics, Gujarat State prepares and publishes, every year, the estimates of State Domestic Product (SDP) both at current and constant prices. The estimates of SDP upto the year were continued with the base year The shift in the base year from to has been introduced from the year As such, this is the first year with the new base i.e , presents the estimates of Gross / Net State Domestic Product, Gross Domestic Product, Net National Product, a set of disaggregated statements for each sector of economy and statewise estimates of Gross / Net State Domestic Product at current prices and constant ( ) prices for the period to A brief analytical write-up giving an overview of the economy, as observed, is also included in this publication. These estimates are prepared following the methodology / guidelines, released by the CSO, New Delhi, Government of India. I am thankful to officials of National Accounts Division, CSO for timely providing requisite data and guidance. I extend my gratitude to various Heads of Departments of State Government, Departmental and Non-departmental Commercial Undertakings of their cooperation in making available requisite data for preparing the SDP. appreciated. Suggestions towards improvement in preparation of SDP estimates will be Gandhinagar April, 2011 D. C. Patel Director

3 3 INDEX Sr.No. Content Page 1 State Domestic Product - An overview Introduction The State Economy Gross State Domestic Product Net State Domestic Product Per Capita Income Sectoral Contribution 4 2 Sectoral Performance 6 3 Statements : 1 to 36 13

4 4 1 STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT An Overview 1.1 Introduction State Domestic Product (SDP) in common parlance known as State Income is a measure in monetary terms of the volume of all goods and services produced during a given period of time within the geographical boundaries of the state, accounted without duplication. This is the most important single economic indicator used to measure the growth and to study the structural changes taking place in the economy. SDP estimates over a period of time reveal the extent and direction of the changes in the level of economic development. Sectoral composition of SDP gives an idea about the relative position of different sectors in the economy over a period of time, which not only indicates the real structural changes taking place in the economy, but also facilitates in formulation of the plans for overall economic development. The Per Capita Net State Domestic Product, also known as Per Capita Income is used to determine both the absolute and relative performance of the state economy. It is also considered as an important tool to measure the regional disparities. The estimates of SDP are prepared both at current and at constant prices. The estimates of SDP at current prices are obtained by evaluating the product at prices prevailing during the year. The estimates of SDP at constant prices are prepared by evaluating the product of the current year with base year prices in order to eliminate the effects of price changes and to measure the real growth of economy. The base year needs to be revised periodically in order to reflect the changes taking place within the economy. The change in the base year at the state level is adopted on the lines of the change adopted at the national level by the Central Statistics Office (CSO). The CSO has shifted the base year from to on 29 th January, 2010.Thereafter, the CSO convened the National workshop on New Series of SDP during 26 th to 30 th April, 2010 at Puducherry for the benefit of the states to introduce the new base year ( ) alongwith the methodological changes, improvement in the data base and also new emerging areas in the economy.

5 5 The new series, besides shifting of base year for to , incorporates latest available data, new economic activities, expansion of coverage, improvement in procedures and the suggestions and guidelines provided by the CSO. In the New Series of National Accounts Statistics with base year , following new data sources have been used. NSS 61 st Round ( ) on employment and unemployment surveys NSS 62 nd Round ( ) on unorganized manufacturing NSS 63 rd Round ( ) on services sectors All India Livestock Census 2007 Population Census, 2001 ; and Fourth All India Census of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Also, the results of various studies undertaken by the CSO through the Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Environment and Forestry, CSO s input-output transactions tables and the Ministry of Agriculture s cost of cultivation studies have been used in New Series for updating the rates and ratios used to estimate the production/consumption of fodder, market charges paid by the farmers, yield rates of meat, meat products and forestry and the trade and transport margins. With this shift in the base year, the estimates of State Domestic Product (SDP) for both at current and at constant ( ) prices have been revised from to for all the sectors of economy. The quick estimates of SDP for the year are prepared with the new base year The State Economy The state is among the top six major State economies and it contributes about 7.0 per cent to the GDP at National level during the year , though the state s share to India s population is about 4.99 percent. For the Eleventh Five Year Plan, a very high growth target of 11.2 per cent has been set for Gujarat State by Planning Commission, Government of India Gross State Domestic Product Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) at factor cost at constant ( ) prices in has been estimated at Rs crore as against Rs crore in registering a growth of 10.2 per cent during the year. At current prices, GSDP at factor cost in has been estimated at Rs crore as

6 6 against Rs crore in , registering a growth of 16.8 per cent during the year. The higher growth in the economy during the year can be mainly attributed to manufacturing, electricity, construction and communication sectors, which have contributed 11 to 34.6 per cent growth during at constant ( ) prices. The performance of the State economy in terms of GSDP in absolute values and percentage change over previous year at current and at constant ( ) prices are presented below. Year GSDP at Current and Constant ( ) Prices Value in Rs. Crore and Growth in Per cent. Gross State Domestic Product Growth Constant Current Prices Growth Prices * * ** * : Provisional, ** : Quick Estimates Net State Domestic Product The State Income i.e Net State Domestic Product (NSDP) at factor cost at constant ( ) prices in has been estimated at Rs crore as against Rs crore in , showing a growth of 10.8 per cent during the year. At current prices, the NSDP in is estimated at Rs crore as against Rs crore in showing a growth of 17.6 per cent during the year Per Capita Income The Per Capita Income (i.e. Per Capita NSDP at factor cost) at constant ( ) prices has been estimated at Rs in as against Rs in , registering a growth of 9.3 per cent during the year. The per capita income at

7 7 current prices has been estimated at Rs in as against Rs in , showing an increase of 16.0 per cent during the year Sectoral contribution (GSDP) Since , there has been a significant structural shift in the State economy. Like other developing economies, there is a gradual increase in share of Industry and Services sectors and thereby decline of share in primary sectors. At current prices, in , the share of primary sector was 41.8 per cent which went down to 38.7 per cent in and further declined to 18.2 per cent in In , the share of secondary sector in economy was 25.7 per cent which increased to 29.0 per cent in and further grew up to 36.9 per cent in indicating that the secondary sector has gained momentum after the year Where as, the share of tertiary sector in economy was 32.5 per cent in which remained stable in at 32.3 per cent and thereafter gained a steep rise and registered a share of 44.9 per cent in The sectoral contribution by broad sectors i.e primary, secondary and tertiary sectors at current and at constant ( ) prices is given below. GSDP Sectoral Contribution : by broad Sectors (Percent) Sr. No. Industry At current prices At Prices Primary Agriculture Secondary Manufacturing Tertiary The share of primary, secondary and tertiary sectors has been reported to be as 14.2 per cent, 38.6 per cent and 47.2 per cent respectively to the total GSDP (Rs crore) in at constant ( ) prices. The share of these sectors in the base year was reported to be as 19.5 per cent, 36.5 per cent and 44.0 per cent respectively.

8 8 The share of primary, secondary and tertiary sectors has been reported to be 18.2 per cent, 36.9 per cent and 44.9 per cent respectively to the GSDP (Rs crore) in at current prices Sectoral Growth by broad sectors at Constant ( ) Prices The growth in agriculture sector has shown fluctuations over the years. This effect of negative fluctuations has largely been compensated by secondary and tertiary sectors. Also, these two sectors have helped in sustaining the overall economy on a positive growth path, which may be seen in the below table. (In Percent) Year Agriculture Manufacturing Primary Secondary Tertiary Total GSDP

9 9 2 Sectoral Performance of the State Economy 2.1 Agriculture The performance of agriculture sector has been fluctuating at times with the fluctuation in rain fall. This has given its impact on agriculture sector and thereby in economy as a whole, since its contribution towards total GSDP has remained at around 14 per cent. The gross value added from this sector at current prices for the year is estimated at Rs crore as against Rs crore in , showing a high growth rate of 18.0 per cent. At constant ( ) prices it is estimated at Rs crore as against Rs crore in by showing a very low growth rate of 0.3 per cent during the year (Statement 5 & 8). During the year , the state agriculture experienced erratic and inadequate rainfall, which has resulted in low production of important crops. The production of important crops in the State is shown in table below. Production of Important Crop Group ( In 000 mt.) Sr. Item % change No. 1 Food grains Groundnut Oil seeds Cotton * Tobacco Source: Directorate of Agriculture, Gujarat. * : Production in 000 bales. The table indicates that the production level of food grains, groundnut and oil seeds crop group during have remained substantially lower than that of the year The large impact of rainfall on agriculture growth may be seen from the following table.

10 10 Impact of rainfall on Agriculture Growth ( % change over previous year) Year Rainfall Food grain Area Food grain production Agriculture growth It may be seen from the above table that area and production of food grains are largely influenced by the rainfall fluctuations over the years. It has been observed that during six out of ten odd years, the rainfall registered a negative growth. 2.2 Livestock Milk and dairy products of this sector have been contributing significantly. Contribution from this sector in the GSDP is around 5.0 per cent. The gross value of output from this sector at current prices in is estimated at Rs crore as against Rs crore of , registering a growth rate of 16.6 per cent. At constant ( ) prices, the gross value of output for is estimated at Rs crore as against Rs crore of , registering a growth rate of 4.5 per cent. The milk group constitutes about 90 per cent to the total value added from this sector. The year wise production of milk is shown as under (Statement-17). Production of Milk (In Lakh MT) Year Production Year Production

11 Source : Directorate of Animal Husbandry, Gujarat. The above table indicates that milk production has consistently gone up from Lakh MT in to Lakh MT in , with an average annual growth of 5.2 per cent. 2.3 Forestry and Logging The average contribution of this sector in the State economy is around 1.5 per cent. The gross value added from this sector at current prices is estimated at Rs crore for the year as against Rs crore during registering a growth rate of 8.3 per cent. During the same period, the GSDP at constant ( ) prices is estimated at Rs crore as against Rs crore in , registering a growth rate of 2.1 per cent (Statement 5 & 8). 2.4 Fishing The contribution of this sector in the total GSDP of the state is around 0.8 per cent. The gross value added from this sector at current prices is estimated at Rs crore for as against Rs crore for previous year, registering a growth rate of 9.9 per cent. At constant ( ) prices, it is estimated at Rs crore for as against Rs crore in registering a growth rate of 1.8 per cent (Statement 5 & 8). 2.5 Mining and Quarrying The mineral sector is one of the core sectors for the industrial development of the State. Fuel minerals group i.e petroleum, natural gas and lignite constitute major part of this sector. Average contribution of this sector is also around 3.0 per cent in the economy of the state. The gross value added from this sector at current prices is estimated at Rs crore in as against Rs crore of the previous year, registering a growth rate of 16.4 per cent. During the same period, the gross value added from this sector at

12 12 constant ( ) prices is estimated at Rs crore as against Rs crore in , showing a growth rate of 0.3 per cent (Statement 5 & 8). 2.6 Manufacturing The State is among the most leading industrial states in the Country. This sector comprises of both registered and un-registered manufacturing sector. It contributes around 28 percent to the GSDP. The value added from the registered manufacturing sector for the year at current prices is estimated at Rs crore as against Rs crore in , registering a growth rate of 11.4 per cent. During the same period, the value added at constant ( ) prices is estimated at Rs crore for as against Rs crore in registering a growth rate of 11.0 per cent (Statement 5 & 8). The value added from un registered manufacturing sector for the year at current prices is estimated at Rs crore as against Rs crore in , registering a growth rate of 13.0 per cent. At constant ( ) prices, the value added from this sector for is estimated at Rs crore as against Rs crore for showing a growth rate of 11.0 per cent (Statement 5 & 8). 2.7 Electricity, Gas and Water supply The critical input require for Industrial progress is electricity. This sector generally requires huge investment and special attention from the Government. The contribution from this sector is around 3.0 percent. The gross value added from this sector is estimated at Rs crore at current prices in as against Rs crore in showing a growth rate of 32.7 per cent. At constant ( ) prices, the GSDP is estimated Rs crore in as against Rs crore in previous year registering a growth rate of 32.4 per cent (Statement 5 & 8). 2.8 Construction This sector is gaining momentum and contributing around 7.0 percent in the State economy. The value added from this sector at current prices is estimated at Rs crore for the year as against Rs crore in previous year showing a rise of 17.1 per cent. At constant ( ) prices, the value added from this sector is estimated at Rs crore in as against Rs crore in previous year registering a growth rate of 15.4 per cent (Statement 5 & 8).

13 Trade, Hotels and Restaurants The contribution of this sector to GSDP is around 18 percent. The value added from this sector at current prices is estimated at Rs crore for the year as against Rs crore in previous year showing an increase of 18.6 per cent. At constant ( ) prices, the value added from this sector is estimated at Rs crore in as against Rs crore in previous year registering a growth rate of 10.8 per cent (Statement 5 & 8) Transport by other means The contribution from this sector is around 4.0 percent to the GSDP. The value added from this sector at current prices is estimated at Rs crore for the year as against Rs crore in previous year showing an increase of 18.7 per cent. At constant ( ) prices, the value added from this sector is estimated at Rs crore in as against Rs crore in previous year registering a growth rate of 5.6 percent (Statement 5 & 8) Real Estate, Ownership of Dwellings and Business Services These sectors contribute around 6.5 percent to GSDP. The value added from these sectors at current prices is estimated at Rs crore for the year as against Rs crore in previous year showing an increase of 19.3 per cent. At constant ( ) prices, the value added from these sectors is estimated at Rs crore in as against Rs crore in previous year registering a growth rate of 5.7 per cent. The growth in these sectors is mainly attributed to technological improvement and advancement in the business services (Statement 5 & 8) Public Administration The contribution of this sector is around 3.0 percent. The value added from this sector at current prices is estimated at Rs crore for the year as against Rs crore in previous year showing an increase of 24.0 per cent. At constant ( ) prices, the value added from this sector is estimated at Rs crore in as against Rs crore in previous year registering a growth of 10.1 per cent (Statement 5 & 8) Other services The economic activities covered under other services group are : 1 Coaching and Tuition activities

14 Statements 14 2 Educational activities 3 Health services including veterinary activities 4 Sanitation services 5 Activities of Membership Organization 6 Recreational, Cultural and Sporting activities 7 Activities of Washing and Cleaning of Textiles and Fur products 8 Hair dressing and other beauty treatment services 9 Funeral and related activities 10 Private households with employed persons services 11 Custom tailoring activities 12 Activities of Extra- territorial organizations. The contribution of above sectors to the economy is around 5.0 percent. The value added from these sectors at current prices is estimated at Rs crore for the year as against Rs crore in previous year showing an increase of 24.5 per cent. At constant ( ) prices, the value added from these sectors is estimated at Rs crore in as against Rs crore in previous year registering a growth rate of 10.0 per cent (Statement 5 & 8) Supra-regional sector Supra regional sector consists of railways, communication, banking and insurance. Since operation of the services from these sectors being non-coterminous with the geographical boundaries of the State, the value added estimates from these sectors are prepared by the CSO, Government of India and apportioned to the states based on certain physical indicators. At current prices, the contribution to total GSDP from railways, communication and banking and insurance sectors is 0.5, 1.4 and 4.9 per cent respectively during the year The value added from these sectors at current prices is estimated at Rs crore for the year as against Rs crore in previous year showing an increase of 14.1 per cent. At constant ( ) prices, the value added from these sectors is estimated at Rs crore in as against Rs crore in previous year registering a growth rate of 17.3 per cent. 3. Statements The estimates of Gross State Domestic Product, Net State Domestic Product, Gross Domestic Product / Net National Product, sectors by economic activity along with Gross / Net State Domestic Product and Per Capita NSDP for major states both at current and at constant ( ) prices are presented in statements 1 to 36.

15 15 Sr.No. Contents Page 1 Gross / Net State Domestic Product at Current Prices 13 2 Gross / Net State Domestic Product at Constant ( ) Prices 14 3 Gross Domestic Product / Net National Product at Current Prices 15 4 Gross Domestic Product / Net National Product at Constant ( ) Prices 16 5 GSDP by economic activity at Current Prices 17 6 GSDP by economic activity at Current Prices : Percentage growth 18 7 GSDP by economic activity at Current Prices : Percentage distribution 19 8 GSDP by economic activity at Constant ( ) Prices 20 9 GSDP by economic activity at Prices : Percentage growth GSDP by economic activity at Prices : Percentage distribution NSDP by economic activity at Current Prices NSDP by economic activity at Current Prices : Percentage growth NSDP by economic activity at Current Prices : Percentage distribution NSDP by economic activity at Constant ( ) Prices NSDP by economic activity at Prices : Percentage growth NSDP by economic activity at Prices : Percentage distribution Sectorwise Disaggregated Estimates ( value added ) GSDP/NSDP/PCI of other states at Current & at Constant ( ) Prices Statement : 1

16 Gross State Domestic Product at factor cost at Current Prices 16 Year GSDP Index % change Per Popula- (Rs. Crore) =100 over pre- Capita tion *** vious year GSDP (Rs.) (in 000 ) * * ** Net State Domestic Product at factor cost at Current Prices Year NSDP Index % change Per Popula- (Rs. Crore) =100 over pre- Capita tion *** vious year NSDP(Rs.) (in 000 ) * * ** * : Provisional, ** : Quick estimates *** : Estimated Mid-Financial Year Population Statement : 2

17 Gross State Domestic Product at factor cost at Constant ( ) Prices 17 Year GSDP Index % change Per Popula- (Rs. Crore) =100 over pre- Capita tion *** vious year GSDP (Rs.) (in 000 ) * * ** Net State Domestic Product at factor cost at Constant ( ) Prices Year NSDP Index % change Per Popula- (Rs. Crore) =100 over pre- Capita tion *** vious year NSDP(Rs.) (in 000 ) * * ** * : Provisional, ** : Quick estimates *** : Estimated Mid-Financial Year Population Statement : 3

18 Gross Domestic Product at factor cost at Current Prices 18 Year GDP Index % change Per Popula- (Rs. Crore) =100 over pre- Capita tion *** vious year GDP (Rs.) (in million ) * ** Net National Product at factor cost at Current Prices Year NNP Index % change Per Popula- (Rs. Crore) =100 over pre- Capita tion *** vious year NNP(Rs.) (in million ) * ** * : Provisional, ** : Quick estimates *** : Estimated Mid-Financial Year Population Source : Press Note, Government of India, , Date : 31st January, 2011 Statement : 4

19 Gross Domestic Product at factor cost at Constant ( ) Prices 19 Year GDP Index % change Per Popula- (Rs. Crore) =100 over pre- Capita tion *** vious year GDP (Rs.) (in million ) * ** Net National Product at factor cost at Constant ( ) Prices Year NNP Index % change Per Popula- (Rs. Crore) =100 over pre- Capita tion *** vious year NNP(Rs.) (in million ) * ** * : Provisional, ** : Quick estimates *** : Estimated Mid-Financial Year Population Source : Press Note, Government of India, , Date : 31st January, 2011

20 Sl.No. 20 Statement - 5 Gross State Domestic Product at Current Prices Industry Group (Rs.Crore) # # * 1 Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing Agriculture Forestry & Logging Fishing Mining & Quarrying Sub-total : Primary Manufacturing Registered Un-registered Electricity, Gas & Water Supply Construction Sub-total : Secondary Trade, Hotels & Restaurants Transport,Storage & Communications Railways Transport by other means Storage Communication Financing Insurance, Real estate and Business services 8.1 Banking & Insurance Real estate,ownership of Dwellings and Business Services 9 Community, Social & Personel Services Public Administration Other Services Sub-total : Tertiary Total GSDP Population (In '000) Per Capita GSDP (Rs.) Population : Esti.Mid-Financial Year Population # : Provisional, * : Quick Estimates

21 21 Statement - 6 Gross State Domestic Product at Current Prices (Percentage Change Over Previous Year) Sl.No. Industry Group Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing Agriculture Forestry & Logging Fishing Mining & Quarrying Sub-total : Primary Manufacturing Registered Un-registered Electricity, Gas & Water Supply Construction Sub-total : Secondary Trade, Hotels & Restaurants Transport,Storage & Communications Railways Transport by other means Storage Communication Financing Insurance, Real estate and Business services 8.1 Banking & Insurance Real estate,ownership of Dwellings and Business Services 9 Community, Social & Personel Services Public Administration Other Services Sub-total : Tertiary Total GSDP Population Per Capita GSDP

22 Sl.No. 22 Statement - 7 Gross State Domestic Product at Current Prices Industry Group (Percentage Distribution) Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing Agriculture Forestry & Logging Fishing Mining & Quarrying Sub-total : Primary Manufacturing Registered Un-registered Electricity, Gas & Water Supply Construction Sub-total : Secondary Trade, Hotels & Restaurants Transport,Storage & Communications Railways Transport by other means Storage Communication Financing Insurance, Real estate and Business services 8.1 Banking & Insurance Real estate,ownership of Dwellings and Business Services 9 Community, Social & Personel Services Public Administration Other Services Sub-total : Tertiary Total GSDP

23 Sl.No. 23 Statement - 8 Gross State Domestic Product at Constant ( ) Prices Industry Group (Rs.Crore) # # * 1 Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing Agriculture Forestry & Logging Fishing Mining & Quarrying Sub-total : Primary Manufacturing Registered Un-registered Electricity, Gas & Water Supply Construction Sub-total : Secondary Trade, Hotels & Restaurants Transport,Storage & Communications Railways Transport by other means Storage Communication Financing Insurance, Real estate and Business services 8.1 Banking & Insurance Real estate,ownership of Dwellings and Business Services 9 Community, Social & Personel Services Public Administration Other Services Sub-total : Tertiary Total GSDP Population (In '000) Per Capita GSDP (Rs.) Population : Esti.Mid-Financial Year Population # : Provisional, * : Quick Estimates

24 24 Statement - 9 Gross State Domestic Product at Constant ( ) Prices (Percentage Change Over Previous Year) Sl.No. Industry Group Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing Agriculture Forestry & Logging Fishing Mining & Quarrying Sub-total : Primary Manufacturing Registered Un-registered Electricity, Gas & Water Supply Construction Sub-total : Secondary Trade, Hotels & Restaurants Transport,Storage & Communications Railways Transport by other means Storage Communication Financing Insurance, Real estate and Business services 8.1 Banking & Insurance Real estate,ownership of Dwellings and Business Services 9 Community, Social & Personel Services Public Administration Other Services Sub-total : Tertiary Total GSDP Population Per Capita GSDP

25 Sl.No. 25 Statement - 10 Gross State Domestic Product at Constant ( ) Prices Industry Group (Percentage Distribution) Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing Agriculture Forestry & Logging Fishing Mining & Quarrying Sub-total : Primary Manufacturing Registered Un-registered Electricity, Gas & Water Supply Construction Sub-total : Secondary Trade, Hotels & Restaurants Transport,Storage & Communications Railways Transport by other means Storage Communication Financing Insurance, Real estate and Business services 8.1 Banking & Insurance Real estate,ownership of Dwellings and Business Services 9 Community, Social & Personel Services Public Administration Other Services Sub-total : Tertiary Total GSDP

26 Sl.No. Industry Group 26 Statement - 11 Net State Domestic Product at Current Prices (Rs.Crore) # # * 1 Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing Agriculture Forestry & Logging Fishing Mining & Quarrying Sub-total : Primary Manufacturing Registered Un-registered Electricity, Gas & Water Supply Construction Sub-total : Secondary Trade, Hotels & Restaurants Transport,Storage & Communications Railways Transport by other means Storage Communication Financing Insurance, Real estate and Business services 8.1 Banking & Insurance Real estate,ownership of Dwellings and Business Services 9 Community, Social & Personel Services Public Administration Other Services Sub-total : Tertiary Total NSDP Population (In '000) Per Capita Income (Rs.) # : Provisional, * : Quick Population : Esti.Mid-Financial Year Population Estimates

27 27 Statement - 12 Net State Domestic Product at Current Prices (Percentage Change Over Previous Year) Sl.No. Industry Group Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing Agriculture Forestry & Logging Fishing Mining & Quarrying Sub-total : Primary Manufacturing Registered Un-registered Electricity, Gas & Water Supply Construction Sub-total : Secondary Trade, Hotels & Restaurants Transport,Storage & Communications Railways Transport by other means Storage Communication Financing Insurance, Real estate and Business services 8.1 Banking & Insurance Real estate,ownership of Dwellings and Business Services 9 Community, Social & Personel Services Public Administration Other Services Sub-total : Tertiary Total NSDP Population Per Capita Income

28 Sl.No. 28 Statement - 13 Net State Domestic Product at Current Prices Industry Group (Percentage Distribution) Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing Agriculture Forestry & Logging Fishing Mining & Quarrying Sub-total : Primary Manufacturing Registered Un-registered Electricity, Gas & Water Supply Construction Sub-total : Secondary Trade, Hotels & Restaurants Transport,Storage & Communications Railways Transport by other means Storage Communication Financing Insurance, Real estate and Business services 8.1 Banking & Insurance Real estate,ownership of Dwellings and Business Services 9 Community, Social & Personel Services Public Administration Other Services Sub-total : Tertiary Total NSDP

29 Sl.No. 29 Statement - 14 Net State Domestic Product at Constant ( ) Prices Industry Group (Rs.Crore) # # * 1 Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing Agriculture Forestry & Logging Fishing Mining & Quarrying Sub-total : Primary Manufacturing Registered Un-registered Electricity, Gas & Water Supply Construction Sub-total : Secondary Trade, Hotels & Restaurants Transport,Storage & Communications Railways Transport by other means Storage Communication Financing Insurance, Real estate and Business services 8.1 Banking & Insurance Real estate,ownership of Dwellings and Business Services 9 Community, Social & Personel Services Public Administration Other Services Sub-total : Tertiary Total NSDP Population (In '000) Per Capita Income (Rs.) Population : Esti.Mid-Financial Year Population # : Provisional, * : Quick Estimates

30 30 Statement - 15 Net State Domestic Product at Constant ( ) Prices (Percentage Change Over Previous Year) Sl.No. Industry Group Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing Agriculture Forestry & Logging Fishing Mining & Quarrying Sub-total : Primary Manufacturing Registered Un-registered Electricity, Gas & Water Supply Construction Sub-total : Secondary Trade, Hotels & Restaurants Transport,Storage & Communications Railways Transport by other means Storage Communication Financing Insurance, Real estate and Business services 8.1 Banking & Insurance Real estate,ownership of Dwellings and Business Services 9 Community, Social & Personel Services Public Administration Other Services Sub-total : Tertiary Total NSDP Population Per Capita Income

31 Sl.No. 31 Statement - 16 Net State Domestic Product at Constant ( ) Prices Industry Group (Percentage Distribution) Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing Agriculture Forestry & Logging Fishing Mining & Quarrying Sub-total : Primary Manufacturing Registered Un-registered Electricity, Gas & Water Supply Construction Sub-total : Secondary Trade, Hotels & Restaurants Transport,Storage & Communications Railways Transport by other means Storage Communication Financing Insurance, Real estate and Business services 8.1 Banking & Insurance Real estate,ownership of Dwellings and Business Services 9 Community, Social & Personel Services Public Administration Other Services Sub-total : Tertiary Total NSDP

32 32 Statement : 17 Value added from Agriculture and Allied Activities at Current Prices (Rs.Lakh) Sr.No. Item Value of Output Agriculture Livestock Less: Inputs (ex. Fisim) Gross Product from Irrigation System 4 GVA ( un adj.) (1-2+3) Less : FISIM Gross value added (4-5) Less : CFC Net value added (6-7) Value added from Agriculture and Allied Activities at Constant ( ) Prices Sr.No. Item Value of Output Agriculture Livestock Less: Inputs (ex. Fisim) Gross Product from Irrigation System 4 GVA ( un adj.) (1-2+3) Less : FISIM Gross value added (4-5) Less : CFC Net value added (6-7)

33 33 Statement : 18 Value added from Forestry and Logging Sector at Current Prices (Rs.Lakh) Sr.No. Item Value of Output Industrial Wood Fire Wood Minor Forest Product Less : R & M and other operational cost 3 Gross value added (1-2) Less : CFC Net value added (4-5) Value added from Forestry and Logging Sector at Constant ( ) Prices Sr.No. Item Value of Output Industrial Wood Fire Wood Minor Forest Product Less : R & M and other operational cost 3 Gross value added (1-2) Less : CFC Net value added (4-5)

34 34 Statement : 19 Value added from Fishing Sector at Current Prices (Rs.Lakh) Sr.No. Item Value of Output Less: R & M and other operational costs 3 Gross value added (1-2) Less : CFC Net value added (3-4) Value added from Fishing Sector at Constant ( ) Prices Sr.No. Item Value of Output Less: R & M and other operational costs 3 Gross value added (1-2) Less : CFC Net value added (3-4)

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