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Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation04-August, 2011 18:15 IST
Per Capita Income

The Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Statistics and Programme Implementation Shri Srikant Kumar Jena has said that the Per Capita Income at the national level, which was Rs. 24,143 in the year 2004-05, stands at Rs. 54,835 in the year 2010-11, showing an increase of more than 120%. The details of State/UT-wise per capita income (Net State Domestic Product at factor cost) at current prices, for the years 2004-05 to 2009-10, as compiled and provided by the Directorates of Economics & Statistics of the States, are given in the table at Annex.

 

In a written reply in the Lok Sabha today he said, the per capita income of several States is more than the national average. However, the regional imbalance and disparity among various States and UTs in the country is largely due to historical difference in initial conditions, natural resource endowments, level of industrialization and differences in human capital indicators viz. education, health, etc. Per capita income is only an indicator of the disparity and not the cause.

 

The Minister said, the Government has been taking several measures to increase the per capita income of States in a balanced manner.  The Eleventh Five Year Plan (EFPY) takes cognizance of the disparities among States, regions within States. One of the basic objectives of the development planning in India is to reduce economic inequalities and raise the level of economic development in the country in a balanced manner. With a view to bring down disparities, the EFPY monitors 13 out of 27 monitorable national targets state-wise. The policy instruments in this regard include plan and non-plan transfer of resources from the Centre to the States favouring less developed states, establishment of public sector units, tax incentives for setting up of private industries in the backward regions, etc. A number of programmes have been initiated to reduce income disparity between States. These include Backward Regions Grant Fund (BRGF), Hill Area Development Programme/ Western Ghats Development Programme, etc.

 

 

Annexure

PER CAPITA NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT CURRENT PRICES

                         (Rupees)

Sl.

State\UT

2004-2005

2005-2006

2006-2007

2007-2008

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

No.

 

 

(Prov.)

(Prov.)

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

 1.

Andhra Pradesh

25321

28539

33135

39727

45007

51025

60458

 2.

Arunachal Pradesh

27719

29473

31840

36697

43445

51405

NA

 3.

Assam

16782

18396

19737

21290

24195

27197

30413

 4.

Bihar

7914

8341

10249

11589

14629

16715

20069

 5.

Jharkhand

18510

18326

19789

24789

24865

27132

29786

 6.

Goa

76426

85299

94512

107311

119273

132719

NA

 7.

Gujarat

32021

37780

43395

50016

55140

63961

NA

 8.

Haryana

37842

42133

49892

58090

67757

78781

92327

 9.

Himachal Pradesh

32564

35850

38931

42076

46019

50365

58493

10.

Jammu & Kashmir

21314

22813

24443

26285

28332

30582

33056

11.

Karnataka

26804

31166

35969

42345

47604

52097

59763

12.

Kerala

31871

36276

40419

45700

52012

59179

NA

13.

Madhya Pradesh

15442

16631

19028

20935

23757

27250

NA

14.

Chattisgarh

18559

20117

24800

29385

34360

38059

44097

15.

Maharashtra

35915

41624

49568

57218

62454

74027

83471

16.

Manipur

18640

20395

21419

23093

24773

27332

29684

17.

Meghalaya

24086

26284

30952

34321

40628

43555

48383

18.

Mizoram

24662

26698

28764

32488

38582

45982

NA

19.

Nagaland

30271

33792

36568

39985

45353

NA

NA

20.

Odisha

17380

18618

21980

27560

30121

33226

36923

21.

Punjab

33103

36142

41740

49195

54633

60746

67473

22.

Rajasthan

18565

20275

24055

26882

30592

34042

39967

23.

Sikkim

26693

30256

32203

36452

46989

68731

81159

24.

Tamil Nadu

30062

35243

42288

47606

54140

63547

72993

25.

Tripura

24394

26668

29081

31111

33350

35799

38493

26.

Uttar Pradesh

12950

14222

15998

17786

20342

23395

26051

27.

Uttarakhand

24726

29423

35111

42619

50674

59584

68292

28.

West Bengal

22649

24720

27823

31567

35513

41219

NA

29.

A & N islands

40921

44754

53778

61430

69186

74340

NA

30.

Chandigarh

74173

84993

97568

102980

108486

118136

128634

31.

Delhi

61560

68933

78741

89212

101381

116886

135814

32.

Puducherry

48302

67205

68673

74201

79306

88158

98719

 

All India

24143

27123

31198

35820

40605

46492

54835

NA- Not Available

 

Source: for Sl. No. 1-32 -- Directorate of Economics & Statistics of respective State Governments, and for All-India -- Central Statistics Office

 

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