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This is the New Series of Consumer Price Index for Rural & Urban with base year 2012. Published by Central Statistical Office and released on 12th of every month. It covers (1) All India Consumer Price Index (Rural/Urban) (2) State Level Consumer Price Index (Rural/Urban) Up to October 2016
Energy Commodity Balance of India , FY2009 to FY2016
Note: Program for Energy balance has been developed by International Energy Agency, Paris.Data on commodity balance show the sources of supply and various uses of particular energy product with reference to national territory of the compiling country. The balance is compiled for any energy commodity that remains homogeneous at each point in the balance.An energy balance, Energy Balance (in ktoe) = Quantity of Commodity * Conversion factor, is a framework to complete data on all energy products entering, existing and used within a given country during a reference period (e.g. a year). It expresses all data in common energy units, which makes it possible to define a “total” product.2016 values are provisional.Commodity "Other Petroleum Products" Incluse ATF, LDO, Pet Coke, Paraffin waxes, petroleum jelly, LSWR, MTBE and reformate, BGO, Benzene, MTO, CBFS and Sulfur etc.
Source: Ministry of Law and Justice.
(1) The expenditure also includes the Govt. of India's share paid to the respective State Govt. by Govt. of India in connection with the election to the 14th Lok Sabha. The figures of '2004' also includes expenditure incurred on State/UT Legislative Assemblies elections which held with '2004' Lok Sabha elections.
(2) Figures relates to demand received from State/Uts for conducting of general election 2009 of Lok Sabha.
(3) Values of 2016 are Provisional Release.
(4) Release for the year 2016-17 is upto 17th September, 2016
This dataset Covers Gross Generation of Electricity in Utilities and Non-Utilities, Consumption of Electricity (from Utility) by Sectors and Electricity Generated (From Utility), Distributed, Sold and Lost. Note: FY2000-01 referred as 2001. Sources: Central Statistics Organisation
Horticulture - Area, Production and Productivity Statistics, 2016
This dataset covers the Area, Production and Productivity Statistics of Crops.
Data refers to market year, for example data for 2001-02 market year is uploaded as data for 2002
Index Numbers of Industrial Production (Base:1993-94=100). Note: dataset contains data for fiscal year and for example data for 2009-2010 was uploaded as data for 2010. Source: Central Statistical Organisation
Note: IIP from 2004-05=100 is available at India - Index of Industrial Production (IIP), up to June 2015
> India : Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and Final Consumption Expenditure of Administrative Departments
> Q1 , Q2 , Q3 & Q4 denote periods April - June, July - Sept., Oct.- Dec. & Jan. - March respectively
This dataset covers Electricity generation, consumption, Installed Capacity across India. Note: 2000-01 as referred as 2001. Source: Central Electricity Authority,Ministry of Power & Central Statistical Organisation
(1) Data for Foodgrain, Oilseed and Commercial Crops are as per Fourth Advance Estimate for 2015-16.
(2) Data for Horticulture crops are as per Final Estimates for 2014-15 and 3rd Advance Estimate for 2015-16 released by Horticulture Division, DAC&FW.
Cotton: Production in 000 bales (of 170 Kgs each)
Jute and Mesta: Production in 000 bales (of 180 Kgs each)
This dataset covers agriculture statistics for both national and state level for the following topics; Pattern of land utilization, Area under principal crops, Production of principal crops, Average yield, Cost estimates.
Source: Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (MOSPI)
Note :Data refers to market year, for example data for 2001-02 market year is uploaded as data for 2002
India Direct & Indirect Taxes - Value Of Imports, Import Duties Collection And Collection Rates, 2001 - 2016
Note:FY2000-01 implies 2001 here.Collection Rate = (Net Customs Revenue from Import Duty)/(Value of Import) x 100Values of 2016 are Provisional.
Source:DODM,CBEC,Department of Revenue / Ministry of Finance
This Dataset describe balance of payments of External Assistance Authorization & Utilization. Notes: i) authorisation of assistance include agreements signed on Government and non-Government accounts (ii) Utilisation figures are exclusive of suppliers' credit and commercial borrowings.(iii) Utilization of assistance is on Government and non-Government accounts. (iv) FY2000-2001 represent as 2001 here.
This dataset covers the India's Health Statistics from 2000 to 2015
Govt. Hospitals includes Central Govt.,StateGovt. And Local Govt. Bodies.
Figures of State Telengana is Provisional and information for Andhara Pradesh for the year 2014 is as on 01/01/2014.
Data for Administrative Structure is as on per population census 2011
Figures of Medical Practioners are related to doctors registered with State Medical Councils.
Figures of Dental Surgeons are related to doctors registered with Central/State Dental Councils of India.
For Indicator- Registered Practitioners under Ayush Systems,
For 2013 data Figures in r/o states of Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Tripura and Chandigarh have been indicated Nil in Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha and Naturopathya as there is no separate Board/Council for registration of practitioners in these States.
Figures inr/oStatesof Andhra Pradesh, Bihar,Odisha and Punjabfor Ayurveda and Unanihavebeen taken from CCIM.
The figures in r/o Homeopathy for the States of Gujrat and Nagaland related to (1.1.2010)and Odishs (1.1.2009)and for Himachal Pradesh and Jharkhand ( Ayurveda and Unani) relates to (1.1.2010)the figures in r/o Ayuravda for Rajasthan relates to (1.1.2010)as the figure for the current year have not been received from these States.
For 2014 data
Ayurveda:- Figures in r/o states of Jammu & Kashmir (2013) and Jharkhand (2013) has been repeated as the current year information not available. Unani:- Figures in r/o states of Himachal Pradesh (2013), Jammu & Kashmir (2013) and Jharkhand (2013) has been repeated as the current year information not available.
Siddha:- Figures in r/o states of Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu has been received from the States.
Naturopathy:- Figures in r/o states of Andhra Pradesh (2013), Himachal Pradesh (2013), Jammu & Kashmir (2013) and West Bengal (2012) has been repeated as the current year information not available. Homoeopathy:- Figures in r/o states of Assam (2011), Jharkhand (2013), Kerala (2013), Nagaland (2010) and Uttarakhand (2013) has been repeated as the current year information not available.
Note:- figures in r/o states of Sikkim, A&N Islands, D&N Haveli, Daman & diu, Laksdweep and Puducherry have been indicated Nil in all streams as there is no separate
Note:- Note: ^The information of Ayurveda, Unani and Siddha for the state of Andhra Pradesh (as on 31.03.2014), Assam (as on 31.03.2012), Delhi (as on 28.02.2011) and Unani for the state of West Bengal (as on 30.03.2014) is updated based on the information received from CCIM as on 31.03.2014.
For Indicator- Number of Allopathic Medical & Dental colleges and Admission
1. The data for the years 2001-02, 2002-03 & 2003-04 not provided by the source agency.
2.Out of 314 Medical Colleges, data not received from 58 Medical Colleges.
3.Out of 356 medical colleges, information from 38 medical colleges is not received in 2011-12
4.Out of 381 medical colleges, information from 39 medical colleges is not received in 2012-13
5. 5 Medical colleges have not given the information regarding the number of students admitted.
6. The information has not been received from approximately 41 medical colleges.
Figures of admission in medical colleges are related to Students admitted in first year of MBBS.
The data for the year 2001-02, 2002-03 & 2003-04 not provided by the source agency.
Note: FY2000-01 referred as 2001. Sales of City Gas Distribution Companies like IGL, MGL, Bhagyanagar Gas, TNGCL, BMC Green Gas, CUGL & GGCL. Includes Industrial sale, domestic sale and CNG sale. Sources: Central Statistical Organisation
"Data Cited at:
1. MOSPI - Selected Socio-Economic Statistics, India, 2011 - Published on October 2011
2. Planning Commision > Data & Statistics > Data Tables, Published on 10th Apr 2012 - http://planningcommission.gov.in/data/datatable/index.php?data=datatab"
3. RBI : https://www.rbi.org.in/Scripts/OccasionalPublications.aspx?head=Handbook%20of%20Statistics%20on%20Indian%20States
Source: Annual Report 2009-10, Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Government of India. Notes: The data for the period up to 2005-06 is only for small scale industries (SSI). Subsequent to 2005-06, data with reference to micro, small and medium enterprise are being compiled. Data refers to market year, for example data for 2001-02 market year is uploaded as data for 2002
2006-07 onwards figures Include activities of wholsale/retail trade,legal,education&social services,hotel&restaurants,transport and storage & warehousing for which data was extracted from Economic Census-2005,CSO
Production of Selected Commodities (Regional), 2016
This dataset covers the following topics from (i) MILL PRODUCTION OF COTTON YARN, (ii) PRODUCTION OF COTTON CLOTH, (iii) PRODUCTION OF MAN-MADE FIBER FABRICS, (iv) PRODUCTION OF SELECTED ITEMS. Note: 2010 data is provisional. FY2000-01 referred as 2001. This Dataset consists of Production data is based on the information received from the source agencies and not the total Production in the country, of respective items. Source: Office of the Textile Commissioner, Ministry of Textiles
India - Regional Statistics on Livestock and Poultry, 2012
Regional Statistics on Livestock and poultry. Note : Data refers to market year, for example data for 2001-02 market year is uploaded as data for 2002
This dataset covers Value of Imports of Merchandise Into India By Principal Countries of Consignment and Value of Exports of Merchandise (Indian Produce And Manufactures) From India by Principal Countries of Destination. In addition, it has Summary Merchandise Trade By Revised Economic Regions. Note: FY2000-01 refered as 2001. Total Imports/exports includes other countries also.
Indian Railways Statistics Summary, 2015
Table: 19.1, 19.3 to 19.6
Source: Ministry of Railways(Railway Board)
This dataset covers statistics for the following topics.
(1). Indian Railways, Statistics -Summary,
(2). Capital - at - Charge, Earnings and Expenses of Railways,
(3). Financial Results of Government Railways,
(4). Revenue Account of the Railways in Respect of Which Government is Financially Responsible,
(5) Details of Gross Traffic Earnings. Source: Ministry of Railways(Railway Board).
Note: FY2000-01 refered as 2001.
Note: Data related to Rural/Urban/Combined are Excluding Crop Production, Plantation, Public, Administration, Defense, Compulsory Social Security Services Activities and and Employment in 2013 (Sixth EC) as compared to 2005 (Fifth EC).
Source: Economic Census 2014
IIP data. Index of Industrial Production (IIP) is an abstract number, the magnitude of which represents the status of production in the industrial sector for a given period of time as compared to a reference period of time It is a statistical device which enables us to arrive at a single representative figure to measure the general level of industrial activity in the economy. Strictly speaking the IIP is a short term indicator measuring industrial growth till the actual result of detailed industrial surveys become available. This indicator is of paramount importance and is being used by various organisations including Ministries/Departments of Government of India, Industrial Associations, Research Institutes and Academicians.
Source: Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics, Ministry of Commerce and Industry. Note: FY2000-01 refered as 2001. i) Each of the three maritime states of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra is divided into three sub-trade blocks. The figures of the 3rd sub-trade block viz."other ports" for all these States are not shown in the breakup. Hence the sum of the breakup is slight lower than the yearly total. (ii) Three new states has been included as new trade blocks (Jharkhand, Chattishgarh & Uttaranchal) and other four have been amalgameted with other ports. Thus nuber of trade blocks stood 37 w.e.f. April, 2004.
Note: Percentages were estimates based on the data received from the ports and not based on the entire overseas cargo traffic handled from the ports and not based on the entire overseas cargo traffic handled. Source: Transport Research Wing, M/o Shipping,Road Transport & Highways.