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City Skyline of India - Premium Version - Parameters

City Skyline of India - Premium Version - Parameters

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Published by Indicus Analytics
The City Skyline of India, 2008-09 provides information on different kinds of consumers, market sizes, their income, savings and expenditure patterns. The top 112 cities are also ranked on the basis of “Economy” and “Reside in” indices. It also comprises people’s perception about their cities on education, health facilities, environment, entertainment and public facilities captured through a survey.
The product covers demography, age distribution, consumer markets – assets owned, socio economic classifications, consumer psychographics, income categories, earning potential, education, housing, safety, entertainment, environment, health, among others.
Your requirements of Consumer Market Research are addressed very effectively. The City Skyline of India is your key Market Research Resource for Urban India.
The City Skyline of India, 2008-09 provides information on different kinds of consumers, market sizes, their income, savings and expenditure patterns. The top 112 cities are also ranked on the basis of “Economy” and “Reside in” indices. It also comprises people’s perception about their cities on education, health facilities, environment, entertainment and public facilities captured through a survey.
The product covers demography, age distribution, consumer markets – assets owned, socio economic classifications, consumer psychographics, income categories, earning potential, education, housing, safety, entertainment, environment, health, among others.
Your requirements of Consumer Market Research are addressed very effectively. The City Skyline of India is your key Market Research Resource for Urban India.

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CITY SKYLINE OF INDIA 2008-09Number UrbanUrban Population in total UrbanhouseholdsConsumerDemographyUrban PopulationNumberUrbanUrban Population in total urbanhouseholds within the agegroup of 0-6 yearsConsumerDemography0-6 yrs Urban PopulationPercentageUrbanNumber of people not workingbut seeking job/total laborforceAnnual GrowthRateUnemployment RateNumberUrbanNumber of recent migrants intotal populationConsumerDemographyRecent Migrants per 100,000populationNumberUrbanTotal Urban HouseholdsConsumerDemography Total Number of Urban HouseholdsNumber Urban Total urban population withinthe age group of 0-6 yearsConsumerDemographyAge Distribution 0-6 yearsNumber Urban Total urban population withinthe age group of 6-18 yearsConsumerDemographyAge Distribution 6-18 yearsNumber Urban Total urban population withinthe age group of 18-24 yearsConsumerDemographyAge Distribution 18-24 yearsNumber Urban Total urban population withinthe age group of 24-35 yearsConsumerDemographyAge Distribution 24-35 yearsNumber Urban Total urban population withinthe age group of 35-45 yearsConsumerDemographyAge Distribution35-45 yearsNumber Urban Total urban population withinthe age group of 45-60 yearsConsumerDemographyAge Distribution45-60 yearsNumber Urban Total urban population withinthe age group of >60 yearsConsumerDemographyAge Distribution >60 yearsPercentageTotalPercentage of households thatown a car or jeep or van in theurban area of thecorresponding districtConsumer Market% Households with 4 Wheelers(Complete District)PercentageTotalPercentage of households thatown a scooter or a moped or amotorcycle in the urban areaof the corresponding districtConsumer Market% Households with 2 Wheelers(Complete District)Rs croreUrban Total Annual Household Incomeof urban households with totalannual income (in Rs.’00,00,000) Consumer MarketAnnual Total Household Income of Urban HouseholdsRs croreUrban Total annual savings (in Rs.’00,00,000) of all urbanhouseholds Consumer MarketAnnual Tot. Hhd. Savings of UrbanHouseholdsRs croreUrban Total annual consumptionexpenditure (in Rs. ’00,00,000)of all urban households Consumer MarketMarket SizeNumberUrbanShop owners/ farmers/wholesalers/ traders/ self employed professionals/ juniorexecutives/ officers who have agraduate degree or above,businessmen/ industrialistswith less than 10 employeesand have been to college,businessmen/industrialists with10 or more employees andhave greater than four years of schooling, all middle/seniorofficers and executives whohave been to college in urbanareasSocio-EconomicClassification (SEC)SEC A (Urban)NumberUrbanShop owners/ farmers/wholesale traders/ self employed professionals/officers/ junior executives whohave spent some time incollege but are not graduates,clerks and salesmen who aregraduate and above,supervisors who are graduateand general post graduates,businessmen/industrialists withSocio-EconomicClassification (SEC)SEC B (Urban)
 
9 or less employees and havecompleted schooling,businessmen/ industrialistswith 10 or more employees butup to 9 years of schooling, allmiddle/senior officers andexecutives who have not beento college, skilled workers andpetty traders with graduate orhigher degree, Shop ownerswho have completedschooling, businessmen with 5to 9 years of schooling,businessmen with up to9 years of schooling, self employed professionals,officers and junior executiveswho have completedschooling, supervisors/clerks/salesmen who have spentsome time in college but arenot graduates in urban areasNumberUrbanSkilled workers and pettytraders with greater than 9years of schooling but notgraduates, shop owners/farmers/ wholesalers/ traderswith 5 to 9 years of schooling,illiterate businessmen with 1 to9 employees, businessmenwith no employees but up to 4years of schooling, clerks andsalesmen who have completedschooling, supervisors withgreater than five years of schooling but not college,officers and junior executiveswith up to 9 years of schoolingin urban areasSocio-EconomicClassification (SEC)SEC C (Urban)NumberUrbanUnskilled workers with greaterthan 9 years of schooling,skilled workers with 5 to 9years of schooling, literatepetty traders with up to 9years of schooling, shopowners/farmers or wholesaletraders with up to four years of schooling, self employed withno employees, self employedwith up to 9 years of schooling,Clerks and salesmen with up to9 years of schooling,Supervisors with up to 4 yearsof schooling in urban areasSocio-EconomicClassification (SEC)SEC D (Urban)NumberUrbanUnskilled workers with 5 to 9years of schooling, skilledworkers with up to four yearsof schooling, unskilled workerswith up to 4 years of schooling,illiterate skilled workers,illiterate petty tradersin urban areasSocio-EconomicClassification (SEC)SEC E (Urban)IndexUrbanRatio of people in age group 15to 24 to total populationPsychographicsIndex Youthfullness IndexIndexUrbanRatio of total number of (including non-indian food)restaurants in a city to totalpopulation in a city.PsychographicsIndexExperimentation IndexIndexUrbanRatio of English newspapersand newsmagazines sold tonumber of vernacularnewspapers and magazinessold in the city.PsychographicsIndexWesternised index
 
IndexUrbanVariation of circulation of newspapers of variousnorthern, eastern, southern,and western languages.PsychographicsIndexCosmopolitan indexIndexUrbanRatio of females to malesPsychographicsIndexGender InequlityPercentageUrbanAnnualized Population GrowthRate between 1991 and 2001in the corresponding urbandistrictAnnual Growth rateAnnual Exponential PopulationGrowth RatePercentageUrbanAnnualized EmploymentGrowth Rate between 1991and 2001 in the correspondingurban districtAnnual Growth rateEmployment Growth RatePercentageUrban This is the real compoundedannualized growth rate of credit (after correcting forinflation) of all scheduledcommercial banks between theyears 2001 and 2006 in theurban area of thecorresponding district.Annual Growth rateCredit Growth RatePercentageUrban This is the real compoundedannualized growth rate of debit(after correcting for inflation)of all scheduled commercialbanks between the years 2001and 2006 in the urban area of the corresponding district.Annual Growth rateDeposit Growth RatePercentageTotalCompounded annual growth of Market size over the givenyearsAnnual Growth rateMarket_Size Growth Rate 2006-08RankUrbanReflects the economicconditions in a particular city,opportunities to start a newbusiness, investment etcRelative CityRanking withineach City categoryRankings based on "Economy"IndexRankUrbanReflects a city's suitability forresiding based on the followingSub-heads: Health, Education,Environment,Safety, Public Facilities,Entertainment and Housing .Relative CityRanking withineach City categoryRankings based on "Reside-In"IndexNumberUrbanNumber of Urban Householdswith Annual income of lessthan Rs. 75,000Income DistributionNumber of Urban Households withAnnual Household income < Rs.75kNumberUrbanNumber of Urban Householdswith Annual income of Rs.75,000 to Rs.1,50,000Income DistributionNumber of Urban Households withAnnual Household income Rs. 75k-Rs.150kNumberUrbanNumber of Urban Householdswith Annual income of Rs.1,50,000 to Rs.3,00,000Income DistributionNumber of Urban Households withAnnual Household income Rs.150k- Rs. 300kNumberUrbanNumber of Urban Householdswith Annual income of Rs.3,00,000 to Rs.5,00,000Income DistributionNumber of Urban Households withAnnual Household income Rs.300k- Rs. 500kNumberUrbanNumber of Urban Householdswith Annual income of Rs.5,00,000 to Rs.10,00,000Income DistributionNumber of Urban Households withAnnual Household income Rs.500k- Rs. 1,000kNumberUrbanNumber of Urban Householdswith Annual income above Rs.10,00,000Income DistributionNumber of Urban Households withAnnual Household income >Rs.1,000kNumberUrban Total Urban HouseholdsIncome Distribution Total Number of Urban HouseholdsPercentageUrbanNumber of people workingdivided by the total workforceforthe year 2001 in thecorresponding district urbanarea.EarningEmployment RateRsUrbanAnnual disposable income (inRs) of all urban householdsdivided by urban population EarningAnnual Per capita Income of UrbanHouseholdsRsUrbanAnnual net saving (in Rs) of allurban households divided bypopulation EarningAnnual Per capita Savings of UrbanHouseholds

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