How Sectoral Shares Are Changing In The Indian Economy
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Gross Domestic Product estimates at granular levels is aimed at helping government bodies, companies, analysts, researchers, consultants and strategists understand economic activity levels and growth ...

Gross Domestic Product estimates at granular levels is aimed at helping government bodies, companies, analysts, researchers, consultants and strategists understand economic activity levels and growth over time.
This product brings out information on Gross Domestic Product at current as well as constant (1999-00 prices) prices for all 593 districts in India.
Gross Domestic Product is defined as the total value of all final goods produced within the specified geographical area in a given year. We provide estimates for 7 years from 2001-02 to 2007-08. Estimates have been provided at three different levels- district, state and country level.
Estimates are provided for aggregate GDP, Primary sector (Agriculture, Mining, Fishing, Forestry), Secondary sector (Construction, electricity, Manufacturing), Tertiary sector (Transport, Storage & Communication, Trade, Hotel & Restaurant, Public Administration, Banking & Insurance, Others) – 3 major sectors and 12 major sub-sectors of the economy.

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Primary Sector (Current Prices and Constant Prices separately)
Agriculture (Current Prices and Constant Prices separately)
Mining & Quarrying (Current Prices and Constant Prices separately)
Fishing (Current Prices and Constant Prices separately)
Forestry (Current Prices and Constant Prices separately)
Secondary Sector (Current Prices and Constant Prices separately)
Construction (Current Prices and Constant Prices separately)
Manufacturing Sector (Current Prices and Constant Prices separately)
Electricity, Gas & Water Supply (Current Prices and Constant Prices separately)
Tertiary Sector (Current Prices and Constant Prices separately)
Transport, Storage & Communication (Current Prices and Constant Prices separately)
Trade, Hotel & Restaurant (Current Prices and Constant Prices separately)
Public Administration (Current Prices and Constant Prices separately)
Banking & Insurance (Current Prices and Constant Prices separately)
Other Services (Current Prices and Constant Prices separately)
Total Gross Domestic Product (Current Prices and Constant Prices separately)

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    How Sectoral Shares Are Changing In The Indian Economy How Sectoral Shares Are Changing In The Indian Economy Presentation Transcript

    • How Sectoral Shares are changing in The Indian Economy
    • District GDP – Share of Primary Sector (current prices) Figures in % 2007-08 2004-05 2001-02 The diagram represents equal number of districts in each interval. Over the years the band for each interval is reducing in absolute value, indicating the declining share of primary sector across the board
    • District GDP – Share of Secondary Sector (current prices) Figures in % 2007-08 2004-05 2001-02 The diagram represents equal number of districts in each interval. Over the years the band for each interval is increasing in absolute value, indicating the enhancing share of secondary sector across the board. The increasing green patches in the east is a welcome development
    • District GDP – Share of Tertiary Sector (current prices) Figures in % 2007-08 2004-05 2001-02 The diagram represents equal number of districts in each interval. Over the years the band for each interval is fairly static in absolute value, indicating that share share of tertiary sector hasn’t changed much.
    • District GDP – Share of Manufacturing sub Sector (current prices) Figures in % 2007-08 2001-02 The diagram represents equal number of districts in each interval. The manufacturing sub sector (of the secondary sector) is surely and steadily growing in importance, particularly in the east.
    • District GDP of India 2007-08 We provide estimates for 7 years from 2001-02 to 2007-08. Estimates have been provided at three different levels- district, state and country level. Estimates are provided for aggregate GDP, Primary sector (Agriculture, Mining, Fishing, Forestry), Secondary sector (Construction, electricity, Manufacturing), Tertiary sector (Transport, Storage & Communication, Trade, Hotel & Restaurant, Public Administration, Banking & Insurance, Others) – 3 major sectors and 12 major sub-sectors of the economy.
    • As with all Indicus products, the product comes with a query software with GUI navigation which allows the user to drill down to the states via clickable maps. The users can extract data in spreadsheets, and create maps and charts with parameters.
    • Options The product is available in four versions Basic – Estimates of Aggregate GDP, Primary, Secondary and Tertiary sector GDP for 2007-08 Basic plus - Estimates of Aggregate GDP, Primary, Secondary and Tertiary sector GDP, 4 sub sectors of primary sector, 3 sub sectors of secondary sector and 5 sub sectors of tertiary sector for 2007-08 Premium - Estimates of Aggregate GDP, Primary, Secondary and Tertiary sector GDP for seven years - 2000-01 to 2007-08 Premium plus - Estimates of Aggregate GDP, Primary, Secondary and Tertiary sector GDP, 4 sub sectors of primary sector, 3 sub sectors of secondary sector and 5 sub sectors of tertiary sector for seven years - 2000-01 to 2007-08
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