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BUDGET PUBLICATION NO.

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SOCIO-ECONOMIC REVIEW GUJARAT STATE

2011-2012

DIRECTORATE OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS GOVERNMENT OF GUJARAT GANDHINAGAR FEBRUARY - 2012

PREFACE

This budget publication, viz. “Socio-Economic Review, Gujarat State, 2011-12” has been prepared by the Directorate of Economics and Statistics, for presentation in the Budget Session of the State Assembly. This publication presents a profile of key socio-economic activities and achievements in different sectors of the state economy for the year 2010-11 and 2011-12 (latest available data). The notes and data contents of this publication are based on the responses from various departments and official publications. An overview of Indian economy and State economy is given in Part-I which is followed by sectorwise writeup in Part-II. While Part-III compares key economic indicators for state and country, Part-IV gives detailed statistical statements. This Directorate expresses its sincere gratitude to the various Central and State Government Departments, Heads of Departments and Corporations for providing latest statistical information for inclusion in this document.

February, 2012 Gandhinagar.

R. N. Pandya Director

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Part I AN 1. 2. 3. Details OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY Indian Economy ................................................................................................. State Economy ........................................................................ ......................... Key Indicators at a Glance .......................................................................... ...... Page No. iii viii xxix 3 8 10 14 15 15 17 19 19 20 20 21 22 22 24 26 28 28 29 29 30 30 31 31 32 33 34 35 35 36 36 36 37 37 37

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY 1. Population ................................................................................. ....................... 2. State Domestic Product ............................................................ ...................... 3. Agriculture and Allied Sectors Agriculture ................................................................................ ........................ Horticulture .............................................................................. ......................... Gujarat State Seeds Corporation Ltd. .......................................................... ..... Water Resources Development ............................................... .......................... Sardar Sarovar Project ............................................................................... ....... Kalpsar Project ......................................................................................... ........ Gujarat Water Resources Dev. Corporation Ltd. ............................................... Gujarat Agro Industries Corporation Ltd. ......................................................... Gujarat State Land Dev. Corporation Ltd. .................................................. ...... Animal Husbandry .................................................................... ........................ Fisheries ..................................................................................................... ....... Forest ........................................................................................................ ........ 4. Industries and Mining Industries ................................................................................. .......................... Results of Annual Survey of Industries ....................................................... ..... Factories ............................................................................................................. Industrial Disputes ..................................................................................... ....... Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation ................................................ ... Cottage & Rural Industries ......................................................................... ...... The Gujarat State Handloom and Handicrafts Dev. Corporation Ltd. .......... ... Gujarat State Khadi Gramodyog Board ...................................................... ...... Mining ...................................................................................... ......................... Gujarat Mineral Devlopment Corporation Ltd. .............................................. .. 5. Infrastructure Gujarat Infrastructure Development Board ........................... ................... ....... Electricity ................................................................................. ......................... Gujarat Power Corporation Ltd. ........................................................................ Gujarat Energy Development Agency ........................................................ ...... Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation Ltd. .................................................... .... Railways .................................................................................... ....................... Roads........................................................................................................ ......... Motor Vehicles .......................................................................................... ........ Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation ................................................... .... Civil Aviation .............................................................................................. ...... Port Development .................................................................... .........................

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Details Post and Telecommunications ................................................. ......................... Banking .................................................................................... ......................... Co-operation .............................................................................................. ....... Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority ............................................. .... Social Sectors Human Development in Gujarat ........................................................................ Education .................................................................................. ........................ Mid-Day-Meal ........................................................................................... ....... Health Services ...................................................................... ........................... Woman and Child Development ............................................. ..................... .... Water Supply and Sanitation .................................................... ....................... Rural Development .................................................................. ......................... Rural Housing .......................................................................... ......................... Employment and Training ............................................................................ .... Welfare of Weaker Sections ................................................... ........................... Environment ............................................................................. ........................ Gujarat Ecological Education & Research Foundation ..................................... Prices and Public Distribution System Prices ........................................................................................ ........................ Public Distribution System ...................................................... ........................ Public Finance and Planning Public Finance ......................................................................... ........................ Planning .................................................................................... ........................

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GUJARAT STATE AT A GLANCE-COMPARISON WITH INDIA ............. .. STATISTICAL STATEMENTS ..................................................................... ......

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THE FOLLOWING SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS HAVE BEEN USED IN THIS PUBLICATION AAI AAY ADB AEC AE APMC ASHA AYUSH A&N Island ATIRA B.E. BG BIG BOT BoP BSE BPL CEA CPI CRISIL CSO CRR CST D & N Haveli DCCB DGCI&S EIA EMI EGoM EU FSI FDI FII FRBMA GEB GIA GMB Govt. GPPL GRIMCO GSDP GAIC Ltd. HDI Ha. IAY = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = Airports Authority of India Antyodaya Anna Yojana Asian Development Bank Ahmedabad Electricity Company Advance Estimates Agricultural Products Market Committee Accredited Social Health Activists Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani Siddha and Homoeopathy Andaman and Nicobar Islands A’bad Textile Industry’s Research Association Budget Estimates. Broad Gauge Blueprint for Infrastructure in Gujarat Build-Operate-Transfer Balance of Payment Bombay Stock Exchange Below Poverty Line Central Electricity Authority Consumer Price Index Credit Rating Information Services of India ltd. Central Statistical Office Cash Reserve Ratio Central Sales Tax Dadra and Nagar Haveli District Central Co-Operative Banks Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence & Statistics Environment Impact Assessment Employment Marketing Information Empowered Group of Ministries European Union Forest Survey of India Foreign Direct Investment Foreign Institutional Investment Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management Act Gujarat Electricity Board Gross Irrigated Area Gujarat Maritime Board Government Gujarat Pipavav Port Limited Gujarat Rural Industries Marketing Corporation Ltd. Gross State Domestic Product Gujarat Agro-Industries Corporation ICDS = Integrated Child Development Services IMR = Infant Mortality Rate IIM = Indian Institute of Managment IIT = Indian Institute of Technology IT = Information Technology IRDP = Integrated Rural Development Programme IMD = India Meteorological Department JNNURM = Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission JSY = Janani Suraksha Yojana Kg. = Kilogram KL = Kilo Litre KW = Kilo Watt KWH = Kilo Watt Hour KSY = Kishori Shakti Yojana KCC = Kisan Credit Card KGBY = Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya KVP = Kisan Vikas Patra LNG = Liquid Natural Gas LoP = Letter of Permission/Participation LPG = Liquified Petroleum Gas ME = Modified Estimates MG = Meter Gauge MKWH = Million Kilo Watt Hour MoU = Memorandum of Understanding MW = Mega Watt MT = Metric Tonnes MSMED Act = Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act MANTRA = Manmade Textiles Research Association N.A. = Not available N = Negligible. NAPCC = National Action Plan on Climate Change NBFC = Non-banking Finance Company NCMP = National Common Minimum Programme NHAI = National Highway Authority of India NHM = National Horticulture Mission NREGS = National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme NCA = Narmada Control Authority NG = Narrow Gauge NGO = Non-Government Organisation NIA = Net Irrigated Area NNP = Net National Product NSDP = Net State Domestic Product NSE = National Stock Exchange NSS = National Sample Survey N.S.S.O. = National Sample Survey Office

= Human Development Index = Hectare = Indira Awas Yojana

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THE FOLLOWING SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS HAVE BEEN USED IN THIS PUBLICATION NVA NABARD NPAG P PSUs PMGRY PMGSY PMSSY PPP PRI Q.E R.E. RCC ROT RRB RBI RKVY RSBY RTI SCs SJSRY SGSY SSA = Net Value Added = National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development = Nutrition Programme for Adolescent Girls = Provisional. = Public Sector Undertakings = Prime Minister’s Grameen Rozgar Yojana = Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana = Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana = Public Private Partnership = Panchayati Raj Institution = Quick Estimates. = Revised Estimates. = Reinforced Cement Concrete = Rehabilitate, Operate and Transfer = Regional Rural Banks = Reserve Bank of India = Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana = Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana = Right to Information = Scheduled Castes = Swarna Jayanati Shaheri Rozgar Yojana = Swarnjayanti Gram Swarojgar Yojana = Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan SCB SEZ SIDO Sq.Km. Sq.M. SRS SSI STs SLBC SEBI SVPI TSC UMI UNDP UNFCCC VAT WHO WPI WTO WB w.e.f. = Scheduled Commercial Bank = Special Economic Zone = Small Industry Development Organisation = Square Kilometre = Square Metre = Sample Registration System = Small Scale Industry = Scheduled Tribes = State Level Bankers Committee = Securities and Exchange Board of India = Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport = Total Sanitation Campaign = Uper Middle Income = United Nations Development Programme = United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change = Value Added Tax = World Health Organization = Wholesale Price Index = World Trade Organisation = World Bank = With Effect From = Nil

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PART - I AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY

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INDIAN ECONOMY
Economic Environment The world is seeing a two-speed economy. After the shadows of the great recession in 2008, global economy has started expanding: however, with two speeds. In developed world the economic growth is much slower than expected; recovery seems to have stalled in major developed nations, amid declining business confidence hurting global trade as well as employment. The economic recovery appears to have come close to a halt in the major industrialised economies. Falling household and business confidence is adversely impacting both world trade and employment and medium term outlook remains unexciting. Growth remains subdued, with unemployment numbers still high. High funding requirements of banks and sovereigns in Europe remains a concern. In contrast, emerging markets are on a strong wicket; growing fast. However, increasing inflation pressure has emerged as a spanner in the growth saga. Indian Economy : 2010-11 In spite of the slow down caused by global financial crisis of 2007-09, downside risks of global events particularly movement in the prices of commodities like crude oil, the Indian economy has emerged with remarkable rapidity and is poised to further improve and consolidate in terms of key macroeconomic indicators. Reflecting strong fundamentals and resilience, the Indian Economy posted robust growth rate of 8.4 percent during 201011, thereby emerging as one of the fastest growing economies among the developing countries. Strong performance of the agriculture sector, along with continued robust growth of the industrial and services sectors have underlined the overall performance of the Indian Economy. The growth rate of 8.4 per cent in the GDP during 2010-11 has been achieved due to high growth in transport, storage and communication (14.7%), financing, insurance, real estate & business services (10.4%), trade, hotels & restaurants (9.0%), and construction (8.0%). At constant prices, the primary sector i.e. agriculture, forestry & fishing has shown a high growth of 7.0 per cent during 2010-11 as against 1.0 per cent during the year 2009-10. The growth of secondary sector is 7.2 per cent and that of service sector is 9.3 per cent during 2010-11. In the succeeding paragraphs the various aspects of Indian economy are discussed.

Gross Domestic Product and Gross National Income 1.1 As per quick estimates, Gross domestic product (GDP) at factor cost at constant (2004-05) prices in 2010-11 is estimated at Rs. 48,85,954 crore as against Rs. 45,07,637 crore in 200910 registering a growth of 8.4 per cent during the year which is same as in the year 2009-10. 1.2 Gross Domestic Product at factor cost at current prices in 2010-11 is estimated at Rs. 71,57,412 crore as against Rs. 60,91,485 crore in 2009-10, showing an increase of 17.5 per cent during the year. The Gross National Income (GNI),at constant (2004-05) prices at factor cost in 2010-11 is estimated at Rs 48,33,178 crore as against Rs. 44,79,973 crore in 2009-10 showing a rise of 7.9 per cent during the year. The Gross National Income (GNI) at factor cost at current prices is estimated at Rs. 70,78,512 crore during 2010-11, as compared to Rs. 60,53,585 crore during 2009-10, showing a rise of 16.9 per cent during the year.

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Per Capita Net National Income 1.5 The per capita income (per capita net national income at factor cost) in real terms, i.e. at 200405 prices, is estimated at Rs. 35,993 for 201011 as against Rs. 33,843 in 2009-10, registering an increase of 6.4 per cent during the year. The per capita income at current prices is estimated at Rs. 53,331 in 2010-11 as against Rs. 46,117 for the previous year depicting a growth of 15.6 per cent.

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Private Final Consumption Expenditure 1.7 Private Final Consumption Expenditure (PFCE) in the domestic market at current prices is estimated at Rs. 43,59,792 crore in 2010-11 as against Rs. 37,22,036 crore in 2009-10. At constant (2004-05) prices, the PFCE is estimated at Rs. 30,87,047 crore in 2010-11 as against Rs. 28,52,301 crore in 2009-10. In terms of GDP at market prices, the rates of PFCE at current and constant (2004-05) prices during 2010-11 are estimated at 56.8 per cent and 58.9 per cent, respectively, as against the

Note : The GDP related data of 2009-10 are provisional, while that of 2010-11 are quick estimate. Socio-Economic Review, Gujarat State, 2011-12 iii

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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY corresponding rates of 57.6 per cent and 59.7 per cent, respectively in 2009-10. 1.8 The per capita PFCE in the domestic market in 2010-11 is estimated to be Rs. 36,760 at current prices and Rs. 26,029 at constant (2004-05) prices as against Rs. 31,812 and Rs. 24,379 respectively in 2009-10. of the public sector has increased from Rs. 5,43,337 crore in 2009-10 to Rs. 6,19,923 crore in 2010-11, that of private corporate sector from Rs.6,97,451 crore in 2009-10 to Rs. 7,61,107 crore in 2010-11, and the household sector from Rs. 8,00,971 crore in 2009-10 to Rs. 9,50,352 crore in 2010-11. Agriculture 1.12 The growth of agriculture and allied activities continues to be a critical factor in overall performance of Indian economy. Agriculture, forestry and fishing sector is estimated to have grown by 7.0 percent in 2010-11, as against 1.0 percent registered in the previous year. The share of agriculture and allied sector in GDP in 2010-11 stood lower at 14.51 percent, as compared to a share of 14.70 percent in 200910. 1.13 After two consecutive years of subdued performance, agriculture turned into a significant driver of growth in 2010-11. The simultaneous occurrence of a normal and welldistributed south-west monsoon and excess north-east monsoon, the first occasion in the last one decade, enabled both Kharif and Rabi sowings to be above normal. Consequently, there was record food grain production in 2010-11. 1.14 As per the final estimates of food grain production for 2010-11, India has produced 241.56 million tonnes of food grains during 2010-11 compared to 218.11 million tonnes in the previous year. This is highest ever food grains production, surpassing the earlier record of 234.47 million tonnes achieved in 2008-09. The production of wheat, estimated at 85.93 million tonnes, is an all time record. Similarly, production of pulses, estimated at 18.09 million tones, is an all time record. Despite a setback in the production of kharif rice due to drought in some of the major rice producing areas in the country, significant improvement in production of rabi rice, wheat, pulses and coarse cereals has resulted in the highest ever production of food grains. Estimated production of maize stands at record level of 21.28 million tonnes which is significantly higher than the earlier record production of 19.73 million tonnes achieved during 2008-09.

Domestic Saving 1.9 Gross Domestic Saving (GDS) at current prices in 2010-11 is estimated at Rs. 24,81,931 crore as against Rs. 21,82,970 crore in 2009-10, constituting 32.3 per cent of GDP at market prices as against 33.8 per cent in the previous year. The decrease in the rate of GDS has mainly been due to the decrease in the rates of financial savings of household sector from 12.9% to 10.0% and private corporate sector from 8.2 per cent in 2009-10 to 7.9 per cent in 2010-11. However, the rate of savings of public sector increased from 0.2 per cent in 2009-10 to 1.7 per cent in 2010-11. In absolute terms, the saving of the household sector has increased from Rs. 16,39,038 crore in 200910 to Rs. 17,49,311 crore in 2010-11, the saving of private corporate sector has gone up from Rs. 5,32,136 crore in 2009-10 to Rs. 6,02,464 crore in 2010-11 and that of public sector has gone up from Rs. 11,796 crore in 2009-10 to Rs. 1,30,155 crore in 2010-11.

Capital Formation 1.10 Gross Domestic Capital Formation has increased from Rs. 23,63,670 crore in 200910 to Rs. 26,92,031 crore in 2010-11 at current prices and it increased from Rs. 18,38,870 crore in 2009-10 to Rs. 19,74,172 crore in 2010-11 at constant (2004-05) prices. The rate of gross capital formation at current prices is 35.1 per cent in 2010-11 as against 36.6 per cent in 2009-10. The rate of gross capital formation at constant (2004-05) prices is 37.7 per cent in 2010-11 as against 38.5 per cent in 2009-10. 1.11 Within the gross capital formation at current prices, the gross fixed capital formation amounted to Rs. 23,31,382 crore in 2010-11 as against Rs. 20,41,758 crore in 2009-10. At current prices, the gross fixed capital formation
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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY The production of nine oilseeds estimated at 31.10 million tonnes is also an all time record. Cotton production has increased from 24.23 million bales in 2009-10 to 33.43 million bales in 2010-11. The production of sugarcane, which had attained a record level of 355.52 million tonnes during 2006-07 and declined in subsequent years, has again started witnessing increasing trend with an estimated production of 339.17 million tonnes in the year 2010-11. Industries 1.15 The industrial sector recorded a growth of 8.4 percent in 2009-10 as well as in 2010-11. Growth of real GDP originating from construction sector increased from 7 percent in 2009-10 to 8 percent in 2010-11, while manufacturing and electricity, gas and water supply sectors, recorded a contraction in growth rates from 9.7 percent and 6.3 percent, respectively, in 2009-10 to 7.6 percent and 3.0 percent, respectively, in 2010-11. 1.16 The Index of Industrial Production (IIP) data with the revised base (2003-04=100) is better representative of the current industrial structure. It suggests a sharper dip in industrial growth in 2008-09 amidst global financial crisis than that was captured by the old base (1993-94=100). Importantly, it also suggests that industrial performance recovered much less in 2009-10 than was thought earlier. The recovery was sustained in 2010-11, with IIP growth accelerating to 8.2 percent from 5.3 percent in the preceding year. Of the twenty two industrial sub-groups in the manufacturing sector, during the year 201011, fifteen sub-sectors registered positive growth rates as compared to the previous year. Infrastructure 1.17 The overall Index of Eight core industries viz. Coal, Crude Oil, Natural Gas, Petroleum refinery products, Fertilizer, Steel, Cement and Electricity generation, having a combined weight of 37.90 per cent in the Index of Industrial Production (IIP) with base 2004-05 registered a growth of 5.7% during 2010-11 compared to 6.6 % registered in 2009-10. Infrastructure industries such as crude oil, refinery products and steel recoded strong growth while natural gas, cement and electricity generation witnessed moderation in growth. Production of fertilizers was stagnant and coal output declined. 1.18 Coal production (weight of 4.38% in the IIP) registered a negative growth of 0.3% in 201011 compared to growth of 8.1% in 2009-10. Crude Oil production (weight of 5.22% in the IIP) registered a growth of 11.9 % in 2010-11 compared to a growth of 0.5 % in 2009-10. Natural Gas production (weight of 1.71% in the IIP) registered a growth of 10.0% in 201011 compared to growth of 44.6% in 2009-10. Petroleum refinery production (weight of 5.94% in the IIP) registered a growth of 3.0 % in 201o-11 compared to negative growth of 0.4 % in 2009-10. Fertilizer production (weight of 1.25% in the IIP) registered a growth of 0.0% in 2010-11 compared to 12.7 % 2009-10. Steel production (weight of 6.68% in the IIP) registered a growth of 8.9 % in 2010-11 compared to 6.0% in 2009-10. Cement production (weight of 2.41% in the IIP) registered a growth of 4.5 % in 2010-11 compared to 10.5 % in 2009-10. Electricity generation (weight of 10.32% in the IIP) registered a growth of 5.5 % in 2010-11 compared to a growth of 6.2 % in 2009-10. Services 1.19 Services sector growth decelerated to 9.35 percent in 2010-11 from 9.98 percent in the previous year, mainly reflecting deceleration in the growth of community, social and personal services from 10.03 percent in 2009-10 to 4.52 percent in 2010-11, which outweigh improvements in the growth of the sub-sectors viz. "trade, hotels & restaurants" and " financing, insurance, real estate and business services". Growth in the GDP originating from "trade, hotels & restaurants" was estimated at 8.97 percent in 2010-11 from 7.79 percent growth recorded in 2009-10, while that of "financing, insurance, real estate and business services" grew by 10.41 percent in 2010-11, as compared to 9.42 percent recoded in 2009-10. The sub-sector of "Transport, storage and communication"
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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY grew by 14.71 percent in 2010-11 s compared to 14.8 percent in 2009-10.The share of services sector in GDP in 2010-11 stood marginally higher at 57.7 percent, as compared to a share of 57.2 percent in 2009-10. Foreign Trade and Balance of Payments 1.20 On the external front, exports have registered a rebound with a sharp rise of 37.5 percent during 2010-11, boosted by enhanced exports to developing economies in Africa, Latin America and Asian regions. As regards imports, while rise in international oil prices has partly resulted in increase in oil imports, non-oil imports have also witnessed a rebound during the year, leading to a 22 percent rise in overall imports during the year. 1.21 During 2010-11 (April-March), India's merchandise exports at US $ 245.9 billion recorded a growth of 37.5 per cent over the corresponding period of previous year as against a decline of 2.5 per cent during 200910. Merchandise imports at US $ 350.7 billion registered an increase of 21.4 per cent (as against a decline of 3.8 per cent a year ago). The oil and non-oil imports registered growth rates of 16.7 per cent and 24.2 per cent in 201011 as against declines of 7.0 per cent and 2.4 per cent, respectively, during the corresponding period of the preceding year. 1.22 India's exports during 2010-11 amounted to US $ 245.9 billion as compared to US $ 178.8 billion recorded during 2009-10. India's imports during 2010-11 amounted to US $ 350.7 billion as compared to US $ 288.4 billion during 2009-10. Overall, trade deficit for 201011 amounted to US $ 104.8 billion as compared to US $ 109.6 billion during 2009-10. In line with the rebound in global economic activity and trade, India's exports have registered positive growth rates throughout 2010-11. 1.23 Foreign direct investment inflows into India stood at US $ 27 billion in 2010 -11 as against US $ 37.8 billion recorded in 2009-10. 1.24 India's foreign exchange reserves increased to US $ 304.8 billion as at end-March 2011, from US $ 279.1 billion as at end-March 2010.
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India's external debt, which stood at US $ 261.2 billion at end-March 2010 increased to US $ 297.5 billion as at end-March 2011. The increase in external debt by around US $ 36.3 billion has been largely due to increase in commercial borrowings, short-term trade credits and multilateral government borrowings. Fiscal Deficit 1.25 Fiscal deficit ratios in 2010-11 turned out to be better than envisaged in the union budget. Centre’s Gross Fiscal Deficit (GFD) was 4.7 percent of GDP against 5.5 percent budgeted. The GFD was 6.4 percent of GDP in 2009-10. Outlook : 2011-12 1.26 There are several downside risks to global growth such as (1) sovereign debt problem in the euro area periphery (2) high commodity prices, especially of oil, impacting the global recovery, (3) abrupt rise in long term interest rates in highly indebted advanced economies with implications for fiscal path and (4) accentuation of inflationary pressures in Emerging Market Economies. 1.27 In their report, World Economic Situation and Prospects 2012, U.N. economists forecast very low growth, warning that developed economies are on the brink of a downward spiral because of four factors: sovereign debt distress, fragile banking sectors, weak aggregate demand and policy paralysis. The United Nations has warned that the world is on the brink of another recession, projecting that global economic growth will slow down further in 2012 and even emerging powerhouses like India and China, which led the recovery last time, will get bogged down. The UN 'World Economic Situation and Prospects 2012' report has cut the global growth forecast for next year to 2.6% from 4% in 2010. It has called 2012 a "makeor-break" year for the global economy, which will face a "muddle-through" scenario and continue to grow at a slow pace."Following two years of anaemic and uneven recovery from the global financial crisis, the world economy is teetering on the brink of another major downturn," the UN report said, warning that "the risks for a double-dip recession have

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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY heightened". "Developing countries are expected to be further affected by the economic woes in developed countries through trade and financial channels. GDP growth in China and India is expected to "remain robust, but to decelerate. India's economy is expected to expand by between 7.7% and 7.9% in 20122013, down from 9.0% in 2010. In China, growth slowed from 10.4% in 2010 to 9.3% in 2011 and is projected to slow further to below 9% in 2012-2013. Notably, the UN has revised its 2012 prediction downward for every major country. A serious, renewed global downturn is looming because of persistent weaknesses in major developed economies on account of problems left unresolved in the aftermath of the recession of 2008-2009, the report said. 1.28 World Bank in the Global Economic Prospects (GEP) 2012 has projected that Developing Countries should prepare for further downside risks, as Euro Area debt problems and weakening growth in several big emerging economies are dimming global growth prospects. The Bank has lowered its growth forecast for 2012 to 5.4 percent for developing countries and 1.4 percent for high-income countries (-0.3 percent for the Euro Area), down from its June estimates of 6.2 and 2.7 percent (1.8 percent for the Euro Area), respectively. Global growth is now projected at 2.5 and 3.1 percent for 2012 and 2013, respectively. 1.29 The IMF has slashed growth expectations for most major economies in its World Economic Outlook update released in January2012, citing the European crisis and deteriorating financial conditions as causes of weaker global activity. The IMF expects global GDP to grow 3.3 per cent this year, down markedly from the 4.0 per cent predicted in September. Global GDP growth in 2013 has also been downgraded to 3.9 per cent, down from 4.5 per cent. 1.30 As far as Indian economy is concerned the GDP growth is expected to moderate in 2011-12 from its pace in 2010-11. The base line projection of real GDP growth for the year 2011-12 is placed at 7 to 7.5 percent from 8.4 percent in 2010-11, by various agencies. At the same time it is expected that the robustness of the service sector, which accounts for more than 57 percent of GDP, would continue to support the growth process. Even so, there are major downside risks to growth during the year that may arise if (1) global financial conditions worsen, (2) global recovery weakens further, or (3) food and non food commodity price inflation remains high. Indian economy put up a disappointing show during the second quarter of the current fiscal, with the growth rate decelerating sharply to 6.9 percent from 8.4 percent during the same quarter of 2010-11. Sector-wise, all the three broad segments of the economy had shown a loss in their growth momentum during the second quarter of the current year but the secondary sector had fared dismally, with the real GDP rate plummeting to a dismal 3.2 percent from 7.1 percent in the previous year. This, in turn, was a sequel to a very disappointing performance in manufacturing-incremental increase being a mere 2.7 percent as against 7.8 percent-and in mining & quarrying which saw a decline of 2.9 percent in contrast to a spurt of 8 percent. In construction, the GDP growth had slackened markedly to 4.3 percent from the preceding year's 6.7 percent. The overall economic growth for the first half of 2011-12 was estimated at 7.3 percent as against 8.6 percent for the first six months of the preceding year. This stemmed mainly from an underperforming manufacturing, mining & quarrying and construction segments. In primary and tertiary sectors, the let up in real GDP growth was rather small. 1.31 As per the advance estimates of National Income, 2011-12, released by Central Statistics Office (CSO), on February 7, 2012, the growth in GDP during 2011-12 is estimated at 6.9 percent as compared to the growth rate of 8.4 percent in 2010-11. The growth rate of 6.9 percent in GDP during 2011-12 has been due to the growth rates of over 8 percent in the sectors of ‘electricity, gas and water supply’, ‘trade, hotels, transport and communication’, and ‘financing, insurance, real estate and business services’. There may be slow growth in the sectors of ‘agriculture, forestry and fishing’ (2.5%), manufacturing (3.9%) and construction (4.8%). The growth in the mining and quarrying sector is estimated to be negative (-2.2%). ***
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GUJARAT ECONOMY
Gujarat located on the western most part of India. Since inception of the state, the structure of its economy has changed significantly. Not only the State's GSDP and Per Capita NSDP have increased but it has shown all signs of a developed and urbanised economy. Gujarat has adopted a novel pattern of progress with the strategic development of the key sectors like energy, industry and agriculture. Since the state hood, Gujarat has achieved many milestones and has led the way for other states to emulate. The successes have come in many fields and through innovations - be it through two rounds of green revolutions to improve productivity in agriculture sector and make farmers and villages prosperous, through co-operatives and white revolution to empower women and provide a strong backbone to rural Gujarat, through inter linking of rivers and by taking waters of Narmada to every nook and corner of Gujarat and making every village self sufficient in their drinking water needs or by ensuring that every household in Gujarat gets 24 hour electricity supply. The State converted crises into challenges and challenges in to opportunities. Thus, the once-parched State now has the bounty of the Narmada waters in many districts, thanks to the ambitious Sardar Sarovar project on the mighty river, on which more than Rs. 35783 crore have been invested during the last three decades. With the agricultural growth of more than 9 per cent in the last five years, the highest in India, Gujarat came in for praise. The results of economic liberalisation could be seen most clearly in Gujarat. The State emerged stronger and a beacon of hope for the rest of the country in terms of economic and industrial development. The investment climate and industry friendly policies of Gujarat have made it industrially Vibrant State. Gujarat is among the top few States in India to attract investments and create jobs. In particular, the State Government began organising the now-famous, biennial Vibrant Gujarat Global Investment Summit (VGGIS) from 2003 onwards to showcase the State as a major investment destination. In the five such events held so far investments worth Rs. 3960148.01 crore have been promised and many projects are at various stages of implementation across the State. On the industrial infrastructure front, the state has moved from traditional industrial clusters to industrial estates and advanced further to establish 60 SEZs. The State is further moving to set up truly worldclass huge-sized Special Investment Regions which
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we call the SIRs. They will be supported by worldclass infrastructure, premium civic amenities and an exemplary policy environment. Setting up of these SIRs is in line with the upcoming Dedicated Freight Corridor between Delhi and Mumbai (DFC) and the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC). Similarly, these SIRs will have a great synergy with our upcoming International Finance Tech-City popularly known as Gujarat International Finance Tech-City (GIFT). The State has also made tremendous progress on socio-economic front through strategic interventions in social sectors. The Gujarat has completed 50 years of its formation and the state has celebrated its Golden Jubilee year as the year of progress. The celebrations are not only for achievements of past i.e. the glorious journey that Gujarat has been through over the years and for land mark achievements across sectors but also for a vision - A vision of even better Gujarat, A vision of a prosperous Gujarat, A vision where every Gujarati person is educated, A vision where every Gujarati person is healthy, A vision of a clean Gujarat, A vision of Green Gujarat, A vision of modern Gujarat. The details, in brief, of important sectoral developments of state economy, in the year 2010-11 and 2011-12 (latest available) have been given in the following paragraphs. Population 2.1 The provisional population of India at 0.00 Hrs. as on 1st March 2011 is 121.02 crore comprising 62.37 crore males and 58.65 crore females. The population of Gujarat at the same date and time is 6.04 crore comprising 3.15 crore males and 2.89 crore females. Of this, the rural population stands at 3.47 crore and the urban population 2.57 crore. In absolute numbers, the rural population has increased by 29.30 lakh and the urban population by 67.83 lakh in the last decade. 2.2 Gujarat stands at 10th rank amongst the States in the country in respect of population and at 21st rank in population density. In terms of percentage, Gujarat accounts 5.96% of the area of India and 4.99% of the population of India. 2.3 In percentage terms, the rural population formed 57.42 % (decrease of 5.22 % during the decade) of the total population with the urban population consisting 42.58 %

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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY 2.4 (increase of 5.22 % during the decade). Population of Gujarat was 5.07 crore at the beginning of the 21st Century. As per Census 2011, Gujarat has population of 6.04 crore persons showing a decadal growth rate of 19.17% as compared to all India growth rate of 17.64%. The growth rate of population in rural and urban areas was 9.23 % and 35.83 % respectively. The Sex Ratio in the country which was 933 in 2001 has risen by 7 points to 940 in 2011. While the Sex Ratio in the state decreased to 918 in 2011 from 920 in 2001. In rural areas of the state it has increased by 2 points from 945 in 2001 to 947 in 2011, while in urban areas it has been 880 in 2001 as well as in 2011. Thus the sex ratio of the state was 918 against the national average of 940 and in urban areas of the state it was 880 against the national average of 926. Since the formation of Gujarat state, i.e. from 1961, the sex ratio of the state has a decreasing trend except in 1981 census. Out of the Child Population of 74.94 lakh in the age group of 0-6 years in the state, the rural child population stands at 46.76 lakh and urban at 28.18 lakh in 2011. At national level, Census 2011 marks a considerable fall in Child Sex Ratio in the age group of 0-6 years and has reached an all time low of 914 since 1961. While in the state the child sex ratio has marginally increased to 886 in 2011 from 883 in 2001. The population density of the state is 308 persons per sq.km. in census 2011, whereas it was 258 persons per sq.km. in census 2001. However, the population density of Gujarat is below the National average of 382 persons per sq.km. The literacy rate of Gujarat as per the provisional population totals of census 2011 is 79.31%. In rural areas the literacy rate is 73.00 % and in urban areas it is 87.58%. The decadal change works out to 10.17 points, 11.71 points in rural area and 5.74 points in urban area respectively. The male literacy rate which is 87.23% (Rural 83.10%, urban 92.44 %) is higher than the female literacy rate of 70.73 % (Rural 62.41%, Urban 82.08%). The increase in female literacy rate is significantly higher in all areas i.e. total (12.93 points), rural (14.57 points) and urban (7.58 points) in comparison to corresponding male literacy rates - total (7.57 points), rural (8.99 points) and urban (4.10 points) over the decade. It is significant to note that the gap in literacy rate among males and females has reduced to 16.50 in the state from 21.86 in 2001. The gap is 20.69 points in rural areas and 10.36 points in urban areas. State Domestic Product 2.10 Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP): As per quick estimate, Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) at factor cost at constant (2004-05) prices in 2010-11 has been estimated at Rs. 365295 crore as against Rs. 330671 crore in 2009-10, registering a growth of 10.5 percent during the year. As per quick estimates, Gross State Domestic Product at factor cost at current prices in 2010-11 has been estimated at Rs. 513173 crore as against Rs. 427555 crore in 2009-10, registering a growth of 20.0 percent during the year. The share of primary, secondary and tertiary sectors has been reported at 14.6 percent , 39.4 percent and 46.0 percent respectively to the total GSDP (Rs. 365295 crore) in 2010-11 at constant (2004-05) prices. The share of primary, secondary and tertiary sectors has been reported at 20.9 percent , 35.9 percent and 43.2 percent respectively to the total GSDP (Rs. 513173 crore) in 2010-11 at current prices. The share of primary, secondary and tertiary sectors in the base year 2004-05 was reported at 19.5 percent, 36.5 percent and 44.0 percent respectively. Net State Domestic Product : The State Income i.e. Net State Domestic Product (NSDP) at factor cost at constant (2004-05) prices in 2010-11 is estimated at Rs. 309409 crore as against Rs. 280929 crore in 200910, showing a growth of 10.1 percent during the year. At current prices, the NSDP in 201011 is estimated at Rs. 440942 crore as against Rs. 368013 crore in 2009-10, showing a growth of 19.8 percent during the year. Per Capita Income : The Per Capita Income (i.e. Per Capita NSDP) at factor cost at constant (2004-05) prices has been estimated at Rs. 52708 in 2010-11 as against Rs. 48511 in 2009-10, registering a growth of 8.7
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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY percent during the year. The Per Capita Income at current prices has been estimated at Rs. 75115 in 2010-11 as against Rs. 63549 in 2009-10, showing an increase of 18.2 percent during the year. Agriculture and Allied Sectors 2.14 Agriculture Production : The production of total food grains during the year 2010-11 is estimated at 100.71 lakh tonnes as against 56.05 lakh tonnes in the previous year, showing an increase of 79.65 percent over previous year. The production of cotton during the year 2010-11 is estimated at 98.25 lakh bales as against 74.01 lakh bales (170 kgs. per bale) in 2009-10, showing an increase of 32.75 percent over the previous year. The production of total oil seeds during the year 2010-11 is estimated at 51.42 lakh tonnes, which is 70.83 percent higher than that in 2009-10 (30.10 lakh tonnes). 2.15 The success of Krishi Mahotsav in Gujarat has brought about a revolution of sorts in a predominantly agrarian country like India. The Krishi Mahotsav being launched on the auspicious occasion of Akshay Tritiya every year for the seventh successive year (Seventh in 2011-12) has helped the state increase its agricultural production as well as establishing its identity as the front ranked agricultural state. Nearly one lakh government employees, besides 700 agricultural scientists from the four state agricultural universities covered all the villages in the state during the month-long Mahotsav, creating awareness about the advantages of standard seeds, optimum use of water and other inputs. 2.16 In a bid to help farmers of Gujarat to get better agricultural yield, the state government has undertaken a massive drive to issue Soil Health Cards (SHCs) containing details on various properties of the soil. The SHCs, which are given under the Soil Health Programme of the Agriculture Department, is prepared after the soil is tested scientifically for various properties like productivity, mineral composition, water retaining capacity and others. The SHCs also contain information on what kind of pesticides, fertilisers, seeds and how much water should be used to get better productivity from the land. The Government
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plans to issue SHCs to 42.39 lakh farmers out of which 38.20 lakh cards were issued by the end of December 2011. The Gujarat Government has initiated a programme to cover all its farmers under the 'Kisan Credit Cards' issued by commercial banks which aims at augmenting their borrowing capacity from banks and will also take care of their day-to day needs. The Government has directed all officials to cover those farmers who have so far not been issued Kisan Credit Cards. The no. of KCC a/cs have increased from 22.25 lacs with an amount of Rs.10824 crore as of March 2010 to 25.28 lacs with an amount of Rs.12684 crore as of March 2011. Horticulture : The major vegetables grown in Gujarat are Onion, Potato, Brinjal, Tomato, Okra and Cucurbits. The State mainly produces spices viz. Cumin, Fennel, and Garlic. During the year 2010-11, the production of Fruits, Vegetables, Spices and Flowers reported at 74.73 lakh tonnes, 93.80 lakh tonnes, 10.36 lakh tonnes and 1.28 lakh tones, as against the production of Fruits, Vegetables, Spices and Flowers has been reported to 69.85 lakh tonnes,72.55 lakh tonnes, 9.38 lakh tonnes and 0.95 lakh tonnes respectively, during the year 2009-10. During the year 2011-12, the production of Fruits, Vegetables, Spices and Flowers is expected to be at 80.88 lakh tonnes, 98.74 lakh tonnes, 10.52 lakh tonnes and 1.50 lakh tonnes respectively. The average productivity of fruit crops and vegetables is estimated at 20.03 tonnes per hectare and 18.95 tonnes per hectare, respectively. Due to the serious efforts made by the State Government like Krushi Mahotsava, State is in leading position in production of Onion, Potato, Banana, Lime and Papaya and introduced new horticulture crops like Cashew nut, Pamaroza, Sweet orange and Medical crops. State has taken a lead in the sector of establishing Green House by producing high value flowers like Dutch Roses, Gerberas and Carnation. With a view to double the horticulture production and income up to the year 201213 by adopting end to end approach with simultaneous development of post harvest infrastructure and marketing facilities,

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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY "Gujarat State Horticultural Mission (GSHM) a registered society has been formed for implementation of "National Horticulture Mission (NHM)" in the state. The Mission is being implemented in 19 potential districts and covers 10 important crops of the state viz. Mango, Chikoo, Amala, Banana, Papaya, Lime, Cumin, Fennel, Flowers Medical and Aroma Crops. 2.21 At all-India level, the State contributes 14 percent to 20 percent share in major fruit and vegetable crops like; Papaya, Sapota, Onion, Banana and Lime. The state also enjoys leading position (1st rank to 4th rank) in the productivity at all-India level in major fruit and vegetable crops like Onion, Potato, Banana, Tomato, Pomegranate, Guava, Lime and Papaya. The famous saffron-coloured Kesar variety of mango, largely grown around the foothills of Girnar mountains in Gujarat's Junagadh district, has got global recognition as 'Gir Kesar' mango after being granted the Geographical Indication (GI) tag. The Kesar mango is the second variety of mango in India to get GI registration after the Dussheri mango variety grown in Uttar Pradesh. Animal Husbandry : As per the provisional results of livestock census 2007, total livestock population (including dogs) of Gujarat was 237.94 lakh. As per the estimates of the Integrated Sample Survey (ISS) of major livestock products, the production of milk has increased to 93.21 lakh tonnes in 2010-11 as against 88.43 lakh tonnes of 2009-10. While the production of Eggs has increased to 13269 lakh in 2010-11 from 12762 lakh in 2009-10. Total 11.50 lakh animals were treated during 2750 animal health fairs (Pashu Arogya Mela) in the state during 2010-11. Total 9164 surgeries were done, 8.26 lakh animals were vaccinated and 1.96 lakh animal keepers participated. The Government has decided to build 'Animal Hostels' across the state, where cattle will be kept at one place to keep villages clean, besides facilitating large scale production of gobar-gas. India's first animal hostel was started in Akodara village of Sabarkantha district. It is a revolutionary move in the cattle-rearing history of the nation. Fisheries : During the year 2010-11, total fish production in the Gujarat State has been estimated at 7.75 lakh tonnes worth Rs. 4151.05 crore. The marine fish production constitutes about 88.91 percent of total fish production of the State. During the year 2010-11, through foreign export of 198297 tonnes of fish and fish products, the State has obtained an exchequer of Rs.2156.20 crore. During the year 2011-12 [April-September2011(P)], the total fish production has been estimated at 2.23 lakh tonnes worth of Rs.1194.42 crore. During the year (AprilSeptember-2011) foreign export of fish and fish products is estimated at 41500 tonnes, worth of Rs.460 crore. At the end of September-2011, there were 35275 fishing boats registered in the State, out of which 23066 were mechanised boats and 12209 were non-mechanised boats. Forests and wildlife : In the year 2009-10, the forests of Gujarat extend over an area of 19145.83 sq. kms. which constitute 9.77 percent of total geographical area of the State. The State has 23 wildlife sanctuaries and 4 National Parks covering about 8.71% of the total geographical area of the state as against the national average of 4%. Most of the forests are dry, deciduous to scrub type having very low productivity. The Planning Commission has approved Rs 262.36 crore to expand the home of the Asiatic lion in Gir, which is its only habitat in the world. The project, Greater Gir, was envisaged by Gujarat government for conservation of the Asiatic lion. The funds would be released to the state government over a period of five years. The Central government declared the setting up of eco-sensitive zones in a five-km radius around four important sanctuaries - Gir, Purna in the Dangs, Vansda National Park in Navsari and Narayan Sarovar in Kachchh. As a result Gujarat's wildlife got a new lease of life. Gujarat's 61st Swarnim Van Mahotsav was held at Palitana, during monsoon 2010. A Pavak-Van (Purifying Forest) is planned to
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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY be developed at Palitana in 17 acres of area with about 9560 trees of 51 different species. Trees will be grown here in different categories like - trees that are associated with the self-realization of Jain Tirthankaras, trees associated with zodiac signs and constellations, trees affecting the parts of human body etc. 2.33 Hon. Chief Minister launched 62nd state Van Mahotsav from the famous pilgrim place Pavagadh by planting a sapling on the site named Virasat Van (Heritage Forest), on July 31, 2011. Virasat Van will be developed with the people's participation in the area of 6.5 hectare in the foothills of Pavagadh. On the occasion, he asked people to actively participate in 'Vave Gujarat' campaign and exhorted people to plant two trees on the birth of a girl child in their families. 2.34 Like humans the wildlife will soon have gene bank with a cloning facility. The environment ministry has accepted the Gujarat government's proposal to set up a gene bank for lions in a bid to protect them from the danger of inbreeding. Lions in wild are found only in Gir wildlife sanctuary in Gujarat. There are over 300 lions in Gir wildlife area. The Gujarat government had proposed setting up wildlife genomics and DNA banking facility for lions from different lineage, different areas and different generation. This will help in having a data bank of different types of lions in Gir and neighbouring areas. Having a lineage data will help the wildlife experts for evaluating the breeding stress and disease susceptibility. The DNA bank will also have an embryo transfer technology to supplement highly endangered species. In the later stage, the Gujarat government has planned to install cloning technology that can be used for supplementing highly endangered population. Animal cloning in India has been restricted to poultry animals. The central government agreed to the gene bank and has asked Planning Commission to provide requisite funds. Environment 2.35 The Gujarat government is the first in Asia and fourth in entire world to start Climate Change Department. It will co-ordinate with all other related state government departments
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and carry out a range of studies to assess the impact of climate change and global warming on the coastal regions of the state. Gujarat Ecology Commission, working for environment protection and pollution reduction in the state, has launched Geographical Information System (GIS) based web portal. It is the first commission of the country which has launched such portal. The website (www.gec.gov.in) consists of data on industrial pollution, urbanization, degradation of land, water, biodiversity, coastal and marine environment, wetlands and energy. The web portal has about 300 maps and 2000 tables which provide important information. The Gujarat Maritime Board (GMB) has adopted a "polluter pays" principle for ships coming to the state's ports. From now on, ship-owners docking their vessels at Gujarat's ports have to show proper insurance cover to clean up any possible wreckage or oil spill from their ships. The GMB's policy now makes it mandatory for all ships to furnish details of payment of premiums for protection and indemnity (P&I) cover for the ships. Water Resources Development : The ultimate irrigation potential through surface water as well as ground water resources is estimated at 64.88 lakh hectare. The total irrigation potential of surface water created up to June-2011 works out to 79.47 percent of ultimate surface water irrigation potential whereas maximum utilization works out to 74.10 percent of the surface water irrigation potential created. The Sardar Sarovar Project will provide annual irrigation benefits in an area of about 18.45 lakh hectares spread over 73 talukas of 15 districts in the State. It is also envisaged to provide water for domestic and industrial uses in about 9633 villages and 131 townships. About three-fourth of the command area under this project is drought prone as defined by the Irrigation Commission. The revised estimated cost of this project at 2008-09 prices is Rs.39240.44 crore, against which cumulative expenditure of Rs.34425.60 crore was incurred by the end of March-2011. During the year 2011-12 (April-September 2011), an expenditure of

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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY Rs.1357.69 crore has been incurred. Thus, cumulative expenditure incurred up to September 2011 on this project works out to Rs. 35783.29 crore. A water conservation scheme called "Sardar Patel Participatory Water Conservation Scheme" (SPPWCS) is being implemented by the State Government. During the year 2010-11 and 2011-12 (up to 14-Nov.-11) 5980 and 1490 check dams have been constructed respectively. Total 69433 check dams were constructed under this programme. Apart from constructing check dams on participatory basis, the State has also chalked out a master plan for constructing 1000 big check dams on rivers at estimated cost of Rs. 695 crores. During the year 2010-11 and 2011-12, 199 and 93 big check dams were constructed respectively under this master plan. Total 80519 check dams were constructed under various schemes by Water Resources Department. While total 147305 check dams were constructed by different departments under various programme. In North Gujarat and other area of the State, where suitable sites are not available for the construction of check dams, deepening of existing ponds / tanks with financial contribution of 90:10 (Government: Beneficiaries) are implemented in a big way to store and conserve water and ground water recharging during monsoon. During the year 2010-11 and 2011-12 (up to Nov.-11) 738 and 425 ponds have been deepened by Water Resources Department respectively. Total 21418 ponds have been deepened by different departments. The work of 332 km. long Sujalam Suphalam Spreading Canal passing through seven districts is completed except some additional structures as per requirement of local people. The surplus water of Kadana Dam and Narmada Main Canal has been flown in this canal. This resulted in direct or indirect irrigation benefits to thousands of farmers and ground water has been recharged. To utilize the additional flood water of Narmada river for North Gujarat Region works of eight lift irrigation pipe lines under Sujalam-Suphalam yojana are completed. Water has been delivered to Sujalam Suphalam Spreading Canal and enrooted pond for irrigation by pumping water from Narmada Main Canal. During the year 2011, the work of pipeline from Narmada Main Canal to Dantiwada Reservoir has been started. 2.45 Participatory Irrigation Management: The Government has decided to cover maximum possible command area under Participatory Irrigation Management. Under this scheme 51308 ha. and 18630 ha. area has been covered during 2010-11 and 201112 (up to October-11) respectively. Approximately 427156 hectare area has been covered under this scheme so far. Kalpasar Project : In proposed Kalpasar project, it is planned to construct a multipurpose dam by joining the West bank and East bank of Gulf of Khambhat. It is planned that on implementation of Kalpasar project the coastal land presently affected by tides of gulf will be reclaimed. Moreover, irrigation benefits will be provided to agricultural lands of Saurashtra regions in new areas. In addition to above, the benefits of navigation facilities, development of fisheries and reduction of distance between South-Gujarat & Saurashtra will be additional benefits. It is planned to construct the 30 km long dam to store approximately 10,000 million cubic meter water inflows of the Narmada, Dhadhar, Mahi, Sabarmati and Saurastra rivers, and it is planned at present, to divert Narmada flood water to reservoir through Narmada diversion canal to the extent as available and feasible by constructing a barrage across Narmada river at Bhadbhut village (Dist. Bharuch). Reservoirs Level : Out of total 200 dams with total storage capacity of 1594662 lakh cubic metres, 45 dams (having storage capacity of 1310558 lakh cubic metres) are in Main land Gujarat, 20 dams (having storage capacity of 33055 lakh cubic metres) are in Kachchh region and 135 dams (having storage capacity of 251050 lakh cubic metres) are in Saurashtra region. At the end of December-2011, the live storage in the reservoirs was 1126283 lakh cubic metres, which was 70.63 percent against the total storage capacity.
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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY Industries 2.48 The state of Gujarat is one of the highly industrialised states in India. With its reputation of being a highly investor-friendly state, the state has a proven track record of attracting high volumes of investment becoming the most favoured investment destination in India. In the backdrop of these developments, the Government of Gujarat has declared Industrial Policy - 2009. Under the liberalised procedure introduced by Government of India, Gujarat has continued to witness impressive industrial development. Since January-1983, the State has received acknowledgments of 13231 Industrial Entrepreneurs Memorandum (IEM) filed by entrepreneurs till September2011 with an estimated investment of Rs.1025510 crore. The State has also received 1415 Letters of Intent (LoI) having proposed investment of Rs.63758 crore and 1577 Letters of Permission (LoP) for setting up 100 percent Export Oriented Units (EOUs) having total investment of Rs. 7966 crore till September2011. Gujarat has set up a mechanism to monitor implementation of all investment proposals. As on 30th September-2011, 5538 projects were implemented aggregating total investment of Rs.185198 crore. In addition, 3063 projects are under implementation aggregating total investment of Rs. 699592 crore. These include 1695 projects each having less than Rs.10 crore of investment, 705 projects having investment between Rs.10 crore to Rs.50 crore, 212 projects each having investment between Rs.50 crore to Rs.100 crore and 451 projects each having investment of over Rs.100 crore. The state has implemented Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMED) Act 2006 from 2nd October, 2006. During the year 2011-12 (Up to November 2011), 29089 units have been registered having investment of Rs. 8465.92 crore and employment generation of 218054. Vibrant Gujarat - Global Investors' Summit : "Vibrant Gujarat Global Investors' Summit - 2011" was organised on 12-13 January-2011 at Mahatma Mandir,
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Gandhinagar to attract the investors to establish projects in the State. In all 8380 MoUs have been signed/announced in different sectors with total proposed investment of Rs. 20.83 lakh crore. Preparations have begun for the Vibrant Gujarat 2013 .This time, the event will be organised , during 11 to 13 January, over an area of about one lakh square metres or four times larger than the one organised in January 2011. Special Economic Zones (SEZs) : Gujarat has the distinction of being the first state to enact the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) Act, 2004. Special Economic Zones (SEZs) are growth engines that can boost manufacturing, augment exports and generate employment. The Government has enacted Special Economic Zones Act, 2004 in order to provide a hassle free operational regime and encompassing state of the art infrastructure and support services. The Government of India has also enacted the Special Economic Zones Act, 2005. Board of Approval (BOA) in Ministry of Commerce and Industries (MoCI), New Delhi has accorded approvals to 60 SEZs in Gujarat at the end of March-2011. The total proposed investment by the SEZ Developers is around Rs.267373.45 crore. Salt Industries : State produces more than 70 percent of the salt produced in our country. About 91400 workers (Agarias) are directly involved in this activity. In the year 2010-11, total production of Salt in State was 145.16 lakh M.T. Salt Industries and Industries depend on salt have been developed in the State, which includes Bromine and its derivatives etc. Over and above Gypsum is the by-product in salt production. According to provisional results of ASI 200910 as per NIC-2008 the industry group (20)Manufacture of Chemical and Chemical Products accounted 30.59 %, of net value added by factory sector, followed by industry group (24) - Manufacture of Basic metals accounted 14.39 %, industry group (28) Manufacture of Machinery and equipment accounted 5.69 %, industry groups (23) Manufacture of Other Non-Metallic Mineral Products accounted 5.56 %, industry groups

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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY (13) - Manufacture of Textiles accounted 5.07 %, industry group (10) - Manufacture of food products accounted 4.91 %, industry group (21)- Manufacture of Pharmaceuticals, medicinal chemical & botanical accounted 4.49 %, industry groups (25) - Manufacture of fabricated metal products except machinery accounted 4.42%, and industry groups (19) Manufacturing of Coke Refined Petroleum products and Nuclear fuel accounted 4.16%, Net Value Added in Factory Sector. The contribution of these nine industry groups together accounted about 79.29 percent in the net value added generated by State factory sector as per the ASI - 2009-10 provisional results. 2.58 The number of factories has increased from 14863 in 2008-09 to 15576 in 2009-10, showing an increase of 4.80 percent over the previous year. The net value added by factory sector in the State has also increased from Rs. 60417 crore in 2008-09 to Rs. 76938 crore in 2009-10, showing an increase of 27.34 percent over the previous year. The value of output at current prices of all registered factories covered under the survey in State has increased from Rs. 5,08,088 crore in 2008-09 to 6,29,513 crore in 200910, showing an increase of 23.90 percent over the previous year. The fixed capital employed by the factory sector in the State has increased from Rs. 1,72,367 crore in 2008-09 to Rs. 2,39,650 crore in 2009-2010, which also shows an increase of 39.03 percent over the previous year. The employment in all factories covered under the survey, inclusive of managerial, supervisory and clerical personnel has increased from 11.26 lakh in 2008-09 to 11.59 lakh in 2009-10. It shows that about 0.33 lakh additional net employment has been generated in the State during the year 2009-10. Factories : The number of working registered factories in the State has increased from 24453 at the end of the year 2009(P) to 25206 at the end of the year 2010(P). The average daily employment in the working factories has also increased from 12.58 lakh at the end of the year 2009(P) to 13.18 lakh at the end of the year 2010(P). 2.63 Industrial Disputes : During the calendar year 2011 (upto September-2011), incidence of 23 strikes and lockouts have reported which have affected 3944 workers and the total 33987 mandays were lost as against incidents of 20 strikes and lockouts having affected 2966 workers and total 41520 mandays were lost during the year 2010.

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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY between Ahmedabad and Bhavnagar via Sarkhej-Pipali-Dholera. It would the first expressway to be built by the state government. The state expressway was envisaged as Dholera Special Investment Region (SIR) would also get air connectivity through international airport. 2.68 Motor vehicles : The number of registered motor vehicles has increased from 129.93 lakh at the end of 2010-11 to 136.36 lakh at the end of September-2011, showing an increase growth of 4.95 percent. About 73.05 percent of the total registered vehicles were motor-cycle class vehicles (two wheelers). During the year 2011-12 (April-September2011), the number of registered motor cycles/ scooters/mopeds increased to 99.61 lakh from 95.08 lakh registered at the end of March-2011, showing a rise of 4.77 percent. The number of auto rickshaws, motor cars (four wheelers including jeeps), goods vehicles (including tempos), trailers and tractors registered an increase of 22610, 89168, 32006, 11131 and 25664 respectively during the year 2011-12 (April-September2011). 2.69 Railways : The total length of railway lines in the State as on 31st March-2009 was 5328 route kms. comprising of 3193 kms. of Broad Gauge (BG), 1364 kms. of Meter Gauge (MG) and 771 kms. of Narrow Gauge (NG) lines. Port Development 2.70 The State of Gujarat, located on the West Coast of India, has about 1600 Km. long coastline. Gujarat is strategically positioned to serve the vast north and central Indian hinterland. 2.71 The State has 41 minor and intermediate ports, geographically dispersed across South Gujarat (14 ports), Saurashtra (23 ports) and Kachchh region (4 ports). Besides, in the State of Gujarat there is a major port of Kandla, under the administrative control of the Central Government. 2.72 Gujarat was the first Indian state to have a dedicated maritime authority in 1981 and a port policy formulated in 1995. More than the maritime authority, it was a port policy that opened the doors for a port-led development in Gujarat. The port policy calls for public-private partnership (PPP) in port development and management. Unlike the
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Tariff Authority for Major Ports (TAMP) that determines tariffs for the major ports in the country, Gujarat's port policy safeguards the interests of port operators and the state exchequer as well. Besides Gujarat, only two other states Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu have maritime boards. The central government has directed all the maritime states to set up a maritime board on an urgent basis. The existing installed capacity of the 41 nonmajor ports in Gujarat stands at 273 MTPA, which is expected to rise to 508 MTPA by 2014-15. The cargo handling at these nonmajor ports was recorded at 231 MTPA for 2010-11 up 12.34 per cent over previous year. Cargo handling at the non-major ports in Gujarat has grown by a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.2 per cent in the last decade easily outstripping the national CAGR of 9.3 per cent (from 368 MTPA in 2000-01 to 821 MTPA in 2010-11). The total cargo handled by the Kandla Port in quantitative terms has increased from 795 lakh tonnes in the year 2009-10 to 818.80 lakh tonnes in the year 2010-11, showing an increase of 2.99 percent over the previous year (including transshipment). During the year 2011-12 (April-December-2011) the total cargo handled by major port Kandla was 609.10 lakh tonnes (including transshipment). Kandla contributes 14 percent to India's total port volume. During 2010-11 fiscal, the country's major ports handled a total of 569.90 million tonnes (mt.) of traffic. A Marine University Centre of Chennai based Marine University, which has been approved by Shipping Ministry, has started functioning at Kandla. The centre will have Post Graduate Diploma in Marine Engineering, Diploma in Nautical Science, and B.Sc. in Ship Repairing courses. Gujarat Maritime Board will construct a jetty and allied infrastructure near Bagsara, Rajkot, in the Gulf of Kutch for salt export through sea route at an investment of over Rs 80 crore. The salt jetty at Bagsara in Maliya taluka is strategically located as it is amongst the few leading salt producing belts with about 10 lakh MT of production in Gujarat. The objective behind developing an

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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY exclusive salt jetty is to keep the white commodity away from dirty cargo at ports. As per industry estimate, nearly 18 lakh MT of salt is exported annually from the two state ports-Kandla and Mundra. 2.77 The Gujarat Maritime Board (GMB) is working to interlink all ports of the state using the Integrated Port Management System, wherein the data regarding cargo handled, arrival and departure of the ships will be updated daily. GMB intend to interlink all ports of GMB including private ports of Mundra, Pipavav, Dahej and Hajira through information technology (IT) network. As a result, all critical information like revenue collection, port traffic, inventory, HR will be available online. The Gujarat government has decided to develop five clusters as marine shipbuilding parks (MSPs) to give fillip to shipbuilding industry. The locations identified are - along the north bank of Narmada river in Dahej, old Bhavnagar port, near Mahuva in the Bhavnagar, coastline between Navlakhi and Jodiya in northern Saurashtra, and near Mandvi in the Gulf of Kachchh. Japan and the Gujarat Maritime Board (GMB) have signed an MoU for Rs 100 crore to upgrade the Alang ship breaking yard to international requirements by way of technology transfer and financial assistance under a Private-Public Partnership (PPP). The modernised Alang yard will be ready by 2012-13. Gujarat government is all set to begin a commercial ferry service for passengers and vehicles across the Gulf of Khambhat. The Union ministry of environment and forests has given costal regulatory zone (CRZ) nod to the project, making it possible for the Gujarat Maritime Board (GMB) to build a jetty and a terminal at Dahej in south Gujarat, and another, across the Gulf, at Ghogha in Saurashtra for the roll-on-roll-off (ro-ro) facility. The direct distance between Dahej and Ghogha is just 31 km, as against 360 km. by road. GMB expect the ferry service to start by March 2013. As many as 97 memoranda of understandings for an investment of Rs 1,02,889 crore were signed by different industrial houses during the Vibrant Gujarat Global Investors' Summit-2011. 2.82 The Pipavav Shipyard, an integrated shipbuilding facility on the Saurashtra coast of Gujarat, was dedicated to the nation during the year. The shipyard has been developed to have one of the largest dry dock and wet dock facilities in the world, with state-ofthe-art technology which can be used for construction of vessels relating to the oil, gas and defense sectors. The estuary of Narmada river, considered lifeline of Gujarat, will now become the lifeline for ship-building activities of India. The state government has decided to set up world-class maritime park on the seacoast. Gujarat Maritime Board (GMB) worked out a complete plan for a 25 km. stretch, starting from the south of Dahej in Bharuch district upto the point where the Gulf of Khambhat and Narmada river meet - for the maritime park. GMB proposes to spend Rs 1000 crore in infrastructure for developing the park. At least a dozen shipyards are proposed to be set up in the area, each with an investment ranging from Rs 300 crore to Rs 1200 crore. To be located on the northern bank of Narmada estuary, the reason for choosing the location is that ships get nearly 8 metre deep draft during high tide, which is considered good for big ships with 10000 dead weight tonnage (DWT). Currently, India accounts for just one per cent of shipbuilding activities in the world. But, with the decision to develop the maritime park at Bharuch and five others in different locations in Kutch and Saurashtra, Gujarat may well fulfill the government of India's shipbuilding policy perspective of taking it to 10 per cent. The maritime park in Bharuch will get extra fillip on account of Petroleum, Chemicals and Petrochemicals Investment Region (PCPIR) set up in Dahej. Post and Telecommunications : As on 31st March-2011, there were 8982 Post offices/ branches. As on 31st October, 2011 there were total landline connections and internet subscribers of BSNL were 1650463 and 106772 respectively. While as per COAI data there were 37894321 G.S.M. cellular connection in Gujarat at the end of October, 2011.
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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY Energy 2.86 The total installed capacity of the State as on March, 2011 was 13134 MW (comprising of 4996 MW by Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Ltd. (GSECL), 5318 MW by Private Sector and 2820 MW by Central Sector Share). While as on October, 2011, it has touched to 13314 MW (comprising of 4996 MW by Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Ltd. (GSECL), 5318 MW by Private Sector and 3000 MW by Central Sector Share). 2.87 The total Generation of Electricity in the State including GSECL (27762 MUs), Private sector (35785 MUs) and Central sector share (7709 MUs) was 71256 MUs in the year 2010-11 as against 69883 MUs generated in the previous year i.e. 2009-10. The total electricity generated in the year 2011-12 (upto October-2011) works out to 44937 MUs. 2.88 The total consumption of electricity during the year 2010-11 was 58670 MUs as against 55005 MUs in the previous year i.e. 200910 (including Torrent Power Ltd.). The highest consumption was reported 23415 MUs (39.91%) by industrial use, followed by 13285 MUs (22.65%) by agricultural use, 9353 MUs (15.94%) by domestic use, 5993 MUs (10.22%) by other uses and 4412 MUs (7.52%) by commercial use. 2.89 The per capita consumption of electricity during the year 2010-11 was reported to 1512 units as against 1491 units of the previous year 2009-10. 2.90 Gujarat's 'Jyotigram Yojana' has bagged the 'Innovation for India-2010' award of The Marico Innovation Foundation in the public services category. The 'Jyotigram Yojna', won the award for its novel idea, public utility and implementation, adding another feather to the state's cap in the year of its golden jubilee celebration. The biennial award is given in four sections, namely public service, trade and commerce, social service and special award. 2.91 Gujarat Government has won four national awards in the energy sector instituted by the Council of Power Utility for the year 2011, maintaining its awards winning spree in the energy sector for the last ten years. The first prestigious award goes to the Gujarat
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Government and its companies for 'Excellence in Power Sector Reforms' for commercial viability, self-reliance, quality and uninterrupted supply in minimum time. Two awards have gone to the Paschim Gujarat Vij Company. The second one is for quality, including 24-hour 3-phase uninterrupted power supply in rural areas under Jyoti Gram Yojna, and 'Krushi Yojna' for the farm sector, maintaining supply even during crisis with minimum load-shedding and increasing revenue. The third award under 'Information Technology (IT) Solution' also goes to the Paschim Gujarat Vij Company for innovative IT and metering application. The fourth award goes to the Uttar Gujarat Vij Company in the category of 'Expert Management of Power Distribution by Women'. 2.92 The State Government launched Asia's first solar energy park to generate 500 MW power from the non-conventional source in Patan district of the State. Located at the northern periphery of the Little Rann of Kachchh at the borders of Patan and Kachchh districts, the Gujarat Solar Park would finally be spread over 2,000 hectares in the arid region which gets at least 300 sunny days in a year. Touted as Asia's biggest, Hon. Chief Minister declared the project as Swarnim Surya Teerth, being set up as it is in the golden jubilee year of the state's foundation to mark modern way of paying obeisance to the Sun. Industrial Infrastructure 2.93 The Blueprint for Infrastructure in Gujarat 2020 (BIG 2020) is an integrated plan for the state's infrastructure development, to make Gujarat a globally preferred place to live in and to do business through accelerated, balanced, inclusive and sustainable growth driven by robust social, industrial and physical infrastructure. It envisages an investment of Rs. 11,80,912 crore across 19 infrastructure sectors, is an integrated plan for the state's infrastructure development. This integrated infrastructure investment plan will ensure high investments in infrastructure, increase productivity, expand the industries and services sector and hence propel Gujarat's per capita income into

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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY the league of top fifty countries of the world while making it globally preferred place to live in and do business. The state government issued a notification for the setting up of the Gujarat's Special Investment Region (SIR) that will have an investment of Rs. 1 lakh crore (Rs. 1 trillion). The notification was issued to the Dholera SIR Regional Development Authority (DSRDA). The authority will create the infrastructure in the region and make land allotments to units proposing to set up shop there. The government has already notified 99,000 hectares of land in 22 villages in the region and an investment of Rs.1 lakh crore is on the anvil. The Gujarat Infrastructure Development Board (GIDB) has decided to development Dholera Special Investment Region (SIR) as a new age city with world-class infrastructure and high quality of life. Gujarat's preparations for the Dholera SIR on the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) and Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) have come in praise from the Government of India, too. The SIR has all the potentials to be developed as a model for construction as well as management in town planning. GIDB was the first entity in the country to enact an SIR Act in 2009, as the state has issued notification for developing four more SIRs at PCPIR-Dahej, Halol-Savli, Aliabet and Santalpur. GIDB will be the apex authority to develop the SIRs. The Gujarat Government has decided to transfer 662 acres of prime land across the Sabarmati in Gandhinagar district to the Gujarat International Financial Tec-City (GIFT) Company Ltd., a joint venture between Infrastructure Lease & Finance Services (IL&FS) and state-run Gujarat Urban Development Company (GUDC), to kick-start the construction of GIFT city- the high-tech financial hub. The Centre (Union ministries of finance and commerce) has given the much-awaited nod for the SEZ status which was critical for the project touted to have the potential to take on not only the economic might of Mumbai but also Asian regional financial hubs like Dubai and Hong Kong. This makes GIFT the country's first multi-service SEZ with special focus on financial services. GIFT alone is likely to attract investment proposals, in the form of MoUs, for Rs 50,000 crore. GIFT gets IFSC status : The Union Ministry of Commerce and Industry has given its approval to the Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT) SEZ, Gandhinagar, for setting up the first operational International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) in the country. Now, instead of setting up branches in other countries, banks or companies just need to visit GIFT SEZ to conduct their business in international currency denominations. This will be the first operational IFSC in the country and it will facilitate financial services for Indian entities across the world. With the approval the to IFSC in GIFT SEZ, it has become the first 'operational' IFSC of the country. Following in the footsteps of HyderabadSecunderabad and Surat-Navsari, the state government has decided to develop six more cities in Gujarat as twin cities. The Gujarat Infrastructure Development Board (GIDB) has taken up the study to develop Surendranagar-Wadhwan, Morbi-Wakaner and Bharuch-Ankleshwar as twin cities. With cities coming closer to each other, the State Government has decided to have a twin-city development policy for the cities in the state, for enhancing the social and environmental climate of these cities through effective strategic planning, improvement of service delivery and capital investment programming. The twin-city study for SuratNavsari has already been conducted and is under consideration by the state government. In a first ever initiative of its kind, Gujarat Government has announced a novel 'Participative Policy for Land Development in Industrial Estate', offering a slew of incentives for the affected landowners over and above the prevailing policies or practices elsewhere in the country. The first policy, termed 'Participative Policy for Land Owners in Industrial Estates', is to make the landowners as partners with GIDC in the economic growth on their land. The other, termed 'GIDC Developing Estates on PPP model', is to develop Industrial Estates on Public-Private Partnership (PPP) model on land purchased privately by Industries
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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY Associations. The twin new land development policy is implemented by Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC). It has been necessitated due to growing demand for land for up-and-coming for projects signed during the four editions of Vibrant Gujarat Global Investors Summit (GSSIS) already under various stages of implementation. It takes care of the industry demand as well as adequate compensation for the farmers selling their land. After Tata Motors and Ford, French car maker Peugeot has decided to set up a manufacturing facility at Sanand, which is becoming country's most preferred auto hub. India's leading car maker Maruti Suzuki and Gujarat government has also finalised the deal to set up the automobile major's new manufacturing plant at Becharaji in Mehsana district. The state government set up an international level Automotive Skill Development Institute on PPP mode with PSA Peugeot, to generate skilled manpower for the automotive sector. Gujarat government has moved to set up seven new Special Investment Regions (SIRs) at Sanand and Changodar, both in Ahmedabad district; Aliabet, an island in the mouth of Narmada river falling in the Gulf of Khambhat; Navlakhi, a port on the eastern tip of the Gulf of Kutch; Pipavav and Simar along the southern Saurashtra coast; and Anjar in Kutch district. Once through, it will take the total number of SIRs in Gujarat to 13. SIRs are especially notified industrialcum-residential zones, each 100 sq km or more, to be developed under the publicprivate partnership (PPP) model. The Centre has signed an agreement with the Government of Gujarat for setting up a Petroleum, Chemicals and Petrochemicals Investment Region (PCPIR) at Dahej in the state. The PCPIR policy is a window to ensure the adoption of a holistic approach to the development of global scale industrial clusters in the petroleum, chemical and petrochemical sectors in an integrated and environment friendly manner. The idea is to ensure the setting up of industrial estates in a planned manner to achieve synergies and for value added manufacturing, research and development.
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With the state experiencing rapid industrial development and the need for industry responsive skilled manpower ever on the rise, the state government has set an ambitious goal to provide specialised training to two lakh people every year, starting from 2013. The state government has taken up various initiatives under the 'Scheme of Enhancement of Technical Competence & Manpower' to prepare skilled manpower to cater to the demand of different industries. The State Government decided to establish the Centre of Excellence for Entrepreneurship and Technology or iCreate to create an 'ecosystem' that encourages young entrepreneurs. The centre, set up in collaboration with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Deloitte, aims to identify, nurture, mentor and grow the spirit of the new-age entrepreneurship and innovation among youth. The Centre of Excellence (CoE), with an incubation centreiCreate- will come up on the outskirts of Ahmedabad. Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority (GSDMA) is coming up with five Emergency Rescue Centres (ERC) strategically located at five places in the state to deal with man-made and natural disasters including terrorist attacks. These five ERCs will be located at Gandhidham, Rajkot, Vadodara, Surat and Ahmedabad. These centres will be equipped with state-of-art facilities, rescue vehicles, special outfits for rescuers who venture into high temperature zones, obnoxious gases among other dangerous situations. GSDMA authorities have mapped every village in the state in view of natural disasters and also for chemical and industrial hazards. It has prepared a blue book for each of the village focusing on management and mitigation plan in case of any disasters. Institute of Seismological Research (ISR), the institution specializing in geo sciences, is profiling all major economic zones in the state to predict their future sustainability. The suggestions given by the Raisan-located institute will be woven into state government's construction policies made and provide due input to the Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority (GSDMA).

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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY Banking : During the year 2010-11, total number of bank branches increased by 342 (Metro-82, Urban-118, Semi-Urban-54 and Rural-88 ) taking the total network of branches from 6091 as of March, 2010 to 6433 as of March, 2011 in the state. The aggregate deposits of the banks in Gujarat increased by Rs. 46,777 crores in absolute terms from Rs. 2,25,299 crores as of March, 2010 to Rs. 2,72,076 crores as of March, 2011 registering a growth of 20.76 percent during the year ended March 2011, as compared to 17.42% recorded during the previous year. During the year 2010-11, the aggregate credit increased by Rs. 32,228 crores in absolute terms from Rs. 1,55,575 crores as of March, 2010 to Rs. 1,87,803 crores as of March, 2011 registering a growth of 20.72 percent during the year ended March 2011, as against 18.00 percent recorded during the previous year. The Credit-Deposit ratio stood at 69.03 % as of March 2011, which has slightly declined by 0.02 %, over the ratio of 69.05 percent as of March 2010. Education 2.109 Primary Education: The number of educational institutions imparting primary education in the State was 40723 in 2010-11 as against 39952 in 2009-10. The number of pupils enrolled in these schools was 81.45 lakh in 2010-11 as against 78.18 lakh in the previous year. 2.110 The process of improving retention and decreasing drop out rate for elementary level (Std. I-V) is encouraging. The drop out rate for elementary section has decreased substantially from 22.30 percent in 1999-00 to 2.09 percent in 2010-11. Similarly the drop out rate for the standard I to VII has also decreased from 41.48 percent in 1999-2000 to 7.95 percent in 2010-11. 2.111 The State Government has de-linked Standard 8 from secondary schools and made them part of primary school education. The transfer of Standard 8 to primary schools had become necessary under the provisions of the Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act-2009 passed by parliament. 2.112 Gujarat government's annual school enrollment programme for girls - Kanya Kelavani Rath Yatra held on 16,17,18 June 2011. This unique school enrollment drive is held once every year in June to boost 2.108 enrollment especially of girl child. The Kanya Kelavani Rath Yatra is a three day State-wide drive where the Chief Minister and his team travel to all the villages and urban areas and seek people's participation for the cause of education. The effort has contributed to a significant fall in the dropout rate. This year, Hon. C. M. along with his Council of Ministers and officials has visited primary schools in all the 18,000 villages, 151 municipalities and eight municipal corporations to celebrate the ninth annual State-wide Kanya Kelavani Yatra (Girls' Education) and Shala Praveshotsav Abhiyan (School Enrollment Movement). The twin movements are paying rich dividends in the form of higher enrollment, greater spread of education among the girl child and qualitative improvement in educational standards 2.113 Gunotsav Programme : The State Government has been holding praveshotsav in primary schools. Having institutionalised the mechanism for enrolment and retention, the government has now focused on quality of education. For this purpose, the government has launched a programme called Gunotsav in which all government schools were asked to self-evaluate themselves on key parameters. A team of senior ministers and senior government officers (IAS, IPS etc.) of all Departments are deployed to schools for the evaluation. Nearly 25% schools were covered in each taluka during last Gunotsav Programme. During the last Gunotsav, total 3000 officers of state including Hon. Chief Minister, all other Hon. Ministers, Parliamentary Secretaries of state has visited approximately 8000 primary schools and has upheld education, evaluated of schools, teachers and students by covering nearly 21 to 22 lakh students. They have evaluated writing, reading and mathematical capabilities and skills of students. Remedial classes will be conducted for three months (January to March) for all students who were found weak in their studies. It is worth mentioning here that the results of Gunotsav-2009 were assessed by the UNESCO which has recognised the gradation method adapted by the State Education Department as unique and innovative.
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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY 2.114 After getting encouraging results in 'Gunotsav' - the quality enhancement drive for primary education, the state government is now planning to monitor quality in higher education through an initiative called Mission Mode Implementation (MMI). Secondary and Higher Secondary Education: The institutions imparting secondary and higher secondary education and the students enrolled in these institutions in the State were 9844 and 31.05 lakh respectively in 2010-11 as against 9299 and 30.45 lakh during the year 2009-10. Higher Education : There were 1405 institutions in the State imparting higher education during the year 2009-10, which has increased to 1567 in the year 2010-11. The number of students in these institutions has increased from 6.43 lakh in the year 2009-10 to 6.80 lakh in 2010-11. No. of girl students and no. of teachers in these institutions have increased for 2.85 lakh and 20054 in 2009-10 to 3.13 lakh and 24445 respectively in 2010-11. Technical Education : During academic year 2011-12(P), the intake capacity for Degree Engineering, Architecture, Pharmacy, M.B.A. and M.C.A. was 46581, 780, 6427, 13352 and 5716, respectively. While the intake capacity of Diploma Engineering courses and Diploma Pharmacy courses were 51327 and 651, respectively. Girls undergoing vocational training in industrial training institutes (ITIs) in Gujarat have been exempted from paying tuition fees. 2.121 The number of Community Health Centres, Primary Health Centres and Sub-Centres functioning in the State has increased to 305, 1114 and 7274 respectively at the end of December, 2011 from 17, 251 and 2951 respectively in 1981-82. The state have 6 major hospitals with educational institute, 24 district level hospitals and 26 sub-district level hospitals, 6 class-II hospital, 4 Mental Hospital, 2 Government Dental Hospital and 1 Ophthalmology Hospital. e-Mamta : The Health and Family Welfare Department of the Government of Gujarat, has introduced a Mother & Child name based tracking Information management system called "e-Mamta" in collaboration with National Informatics Centre (NIC) , Gujarat. One of the first of its kind the system has been conceptualized and developed by State Rural Health Mission Gujarat and the Government of India has adopted the system for replication in all other States of India. In the category of outstanding performance in Citizen-Centric Services Delivery, the Silver National Award was given to this application at 15th National Conference on egovernance. In the year 2010-11, with the coverage of remaining 16 districts were covered under the RSBY scheme. A total 19.05 lakh BPL families were covered and were issued smart card for the 'cash less' treatment. More than 89.10 thousand claims worth of Rs.50.23 crore had been claimed during this period. A total 1129 hospital (public & private) has been empaneled under the scheme. The State Government announced the launch of another toll-free number 104, which will provide tele-medical assistance in cases ranging from minor health troubles to serious emergencies. Emergency ambulance service by GVK Emergency Management and Research Institute (EMRI) better recalled as 108 in the state is providing exemplary services in timely emergency care. Since inception, till November, 2011, 25.96 lakh Emergency Medical calls have been attended by this service. School Health Check-up Programme: School Health Programme is single, largest

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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY time framed health programme operational in the state since 1997. From the year 200708, this programme is extended to secondary and higher secondary students. In the year 2010-11, school health programme was undertaken from 3rd December-2010 to 28th February-2011 and 144.78 lakh children of age group 0-18 year (School going and non school going both) were examined. Out of that 15.27 lakh children treated on the spot and 130018 children were provided referral services, 5191 children were provided super specialty care for Heart (3053), Kidney (1076) and Cancer ( 1062), One child treated outside Gujarat for Heart surgery. 2.127 I.C.D.S. : India's first supplementary nutritional food programme aiming to reach about 40 lakh poor beneficiaries through the framework of Anganwadi, which is an unique movement sure to free children and pregnant women from the problem of malnutrition, was launched. Women and Child Welfare Department has announced a battle against malnutrition where under Integrated Child Development Programme, beneficiaries will be given ready to cook, pre-mix food containing micronutrients that can prepare more than 70 items including Sukhadi, Shira, Upma and Balbhog, right at their doorstep through more than 44000 Anganwadis of the state. Rural Water Supply Programme : This programme has been implemented in the State since 1961. The programme consists of rural regional water supply schemes (group of villages based on a common source / group of source.), individual rural village water supply schemes, installation of hand pumps and simple wells Community managed internal rural water supply scheme etc. As per the instruction of Government of India, survey conducted during 2003-04 revealed that 166 Not Covered (N.C) and 9462 Partially Covered (P.C) aggregating to 9628 habitations have been reemerged as problem habitations; out of total 34845 habitations of the state. All problem habitations were covered with drinking water supply facility by March, 2010. 2.130 Quality Affected Habitations: The Government of India provides 75 percent financial assistance for schemes of quality affected (fluoride and salinity) habitations. Remaining 25 percent is borne by the State Government. Based on survey conducted during 2003-04, 7675 habitations were found having water quality problem. All these habitation have been covered with potable drinking water by March, 2010. Rural Regional Water Supply Scheme : This scheme covers two or more villages. At present 302 rural regional water supply schemes covering 10939 villages and 5480 habitations are under operation and maintained by GWSSB. Presently 39 rural regional water supply schemes covering 2695 villages and 888 habitations estimating to Rs. 1583 crore are under progress. Water Supply Project Based on Sardar Sarovar (Narmada ) Canal : Government of Gujarat has formulated, sanctioned and implemented a Master Plan amounting to Rs.8250 crore (Revised) for Sardar Sarovar Canal based drinking water supply project covering 9633 villages and 131 urban centres of Saurashtra, Kachchh, Central and North Gujarat and Panchmahals district. Implementation based on Narmada Canal is executed in two programmes i.e. Sardar Sarovar Canal Based Project (SSCB)and Sujalam Suphalam Yojana (SSY). Under Sujalam Suphalam Yojna (SSY) 4318 villages and 30 towns are planned to be covered and under Sardar Sarovar Canal based water supply project, 5315 villages and 101 towns are planned to be covered at the cost of Rs 6010 crore. Narmada tribunal has reserved 1.06 million acre feet (3528 MLD) water in Sardar Sarovar for drinking and industrial purposes. Rural Development : The Mission Mangalam/Sakhi Mandal project is being implemented aiming at formation and nurturing women self help groups for creation of self employment opportunities and employment of rural women. The women SHGs popularly called as Sakhi Mandals, are given training for capacity building, infrastructure and credit support. In all, 2 lakh Sakhi Mandals have been formed having 24.34 lakh members. Total savings of Sakhi Mandals works out to
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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY 2.144 Training under Sagarkhedu Scheme : There are 38 talukas covered under the sagarkhedu sarvangi scheme. All these 38 talukas have vocational training facilities (ITI/ITC). It is proposed to start 2 new ITIs at Mangrol, Dist. Junaghadh and Veraval, Dist. Junaghadh, during the year 2011-12 in coastal areas. Under the Apprenticeship Training scheme 300 industrial units were covered and 2100 candidates will take Apprenticeship Training during the year 2011-12. Training under Vanbandhu Scheme : There are 43 talukas covered under the vanbandhu scheme. All these 43 talukas have vocational training facilities (ITI / ITC). It is proposed to start 2 new ITCs at Jambughoda, Dist. Panchmahals and, Kaalol, Dist. Panchmahals, during the year 2011-12 in vanbandhu areas. During the year 201112, 300 seats increased in the ITIs of vanbandhu area. It is proposed to start 4 Motor Driving Schools in ITIs during the year 2011-12, at Amirgadh, Dharampur, Bardoli and Valiya. Under the apprenticeship training scheme 453 industrial units will be covered and 1450 candidates will take apprenticeship training in the 11 vanbandhu districts, during the year. Training Under Developing Talukas Scheme: There are 41 talukas covered under the developing talukas. All these 41 talukas have vocational training facilities (ITI/ITC). It is proposed to start 2 new ITCs at Jambughoda, Dist. Panchmahals and Bhabhar, Dist. Banaskantha, during the year 2011-12. Under the apprenticeship training scheme 200 industrial units covered and 1200 candidates are taking apprenticeship training. Training under Garib Samruddhi Yojana: Vocational training facilities are available for economic backward youth in 415 ITI/ ITCs with total 86174 seats- having 65221 seats in 132 Government ITIs, 5760 seats in 62 ITCs and 15193 seats in 231 self finance ITCs of urban area. Under the apprenticeship training scheme 11500 seats available for training in 3000 industrial units for the youth of state during the year 2011-12. Training under Nari Gaurav Yojana : 15 Government women ITIs and women wing in 44 Government ITIs are running for to train women only. Total 3908 seats in 59 ITIs are granted for women. Tourism 2.149 In a bid to boost tourism industry, Gujarat government announced a policy which encourages promotion in hospitality sector and medical tourism. the newly relaxed norms allow construction of hospitals and hotels up to 70 meters (upto 22 floors) height. Before the relaxation, hospitals and hotels were permitted a height upto 40 meters (12 floors). The aim of the government is to boost medical tourism and make world-class medical facilities available in the state. The Gujarat Government is now focusing on tourism promotion and plans to invest around Rs 635 crore in the next three years for upgrading infrastructure in the sector. By 2025, the government wants business, leisure and medical tourism to make substantial contribution to the state GDP growth. The Government has appointed Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan as the brand ambassador to promote Gujarat as an international tourist destination. To give a further boost to private investment in tourism, Tourism Corporation of Gujarat Limited (TCGL) and IL&FS have formed a 50:50 joint venture company Gujarat Tourism Opportunity Ltd. (GUJTOP). This company is the sole entity to identify, consult, conduct research and feasibility reports, create project cost estimation, release tenders and finalise the bid winners for the tourism related projects. It has currently identified 39 projects to be developed across six categories. The projects will be developed on a PPP model. The Gujarat Infrastructure Development Board (GIDB) has approved the model concession agreement for tourism sector to be developed in the state on public-private partnership. This model agreement will facilitate the expeditious implementation of tourism projects on PPP format. The ministry of environment and forests (MoEF) has accorded an in-principle approval to the Girnar Ropeway project in Gujarat that was hanging fire since September 1995. The ropeway project would
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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY minimize man-animal conflict in the Girnar wildlife sanctuary and it would also provide a convenient way for transportation of pilgrims to the holy spot on Mount Girnar. Welfare of Weaker Sections 2.154 The Government has also decided that about 80 percent of the outlay meant for tribal subplan, each department would have to earmark for the schemes to be formulated and implemented at the district level and remaining 20 percent outlay for formulation and implementation of schemes by State level agencies. For the Tribal Sub-plan an outlay of Rs.4103.95 crore was provided in 2010-11, against which, an expenditure of Rs.3840.53 crore (93.58 percent), was incurred. Against an outlay of Rs.4898.72 crore for the year 2011-12, an expenditure of Rs.1223.44 crore (24.97 percent) has been incurred till September-2011. The Gujarat state government has set up the state mission authority for women's welfare under the chairmanship of the Hon. Chief Minister to ensure better implementation of welfare schemes and activity for women of the state. State Government had distributed 6.30 lakh M.T. of wheat and 18198 M.T. of rice. While during the year 2011-12 (April-December, 2011), the State Government has distributed 3.39 lakh M.T. of wheat. 2.160 Below Poverty Line Scheme : Under this scheme during the year 2010-11, the State Government had distributed 4.20 lakh M.T. of wheat/atta, 1.85 lakh M.T. of rice. During the year 2011-12 (April-December, 2011), the State Government has distributed 3.92 lakh M.T. of wheat/atta and 1.79 lakh M.T. of rice at subsidised rates. 2.161 Antyodaya Anna Yojana : This scheme is under implementation since July-2001. As per the target given by Government of India, the State Government has covered 7.12 lakh families. During the year 2011-12 (AprilDecember,2011) the State Government has distributed 1.22 lakh M.T. wheat/atta and 1.04 lakh M.T. rice. The poorest of poor families are covered under this scheme. Planning 2.162 The proposed outlay for the Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007-12) of the state has been fixed at Rs.111111.00 crore which is 136.41 percent more than Tenth Five Year Plan (Rs. 47000.00 crore outlay). 2.163 The annual plan for the year 2010-11 was fixed at Rs. 30000.00 crore which was 27.00 percent of the total outlay fixed for the Eleventh Five Years’ Plan (2007-12). An amount of Rs. 30097.05 crore was spent during the year 2010-11, which is 100.32 percent of the outlay of Rs. 30000.00 crore fixed for the year 2010-11. 2.164 The annual plan for the year 2011-12 has been fixed at Rs. 38000.00 crore. 2.165 The Gujarat government has emerged as the top performer of the Centre's Twenty Point Prorgamme during year 2010-11. The programme consists of various pro-poor schemes with focus on poverty alleviation, employment generation especially in rural areas, housing, education, family welfare and health, protection of the environment, among others. 2.166 Decentralised District Planning : Gujarat is a pioneer State to implement the programme of Decentralised District Planning in true sense. Under this

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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY programme, about 20 percent of the grant of the district level provision is put at the discretion of District Planning Boards to formulate and implement development schemes of local importance. Under this scheme, a provision of Rs. 50 lakh is provided to each member of Legislative Assembly to undertake various development works for his/her constituency. Since inception of this programme, 214171 different works has been completed by March 2011. 2.167 With a view to incorporating a qualitative change in the planning process in the year of Gujarat's golden jubilee the government announced the new decentralized district planning policy, with each of the 225 talukas in Gujarat as a unit. As per the new policy, each taluka will get a minimum of Rs. one crore grant for the urgent works. They have been divided into three categories as per the number of villages in each taluka. The talukas having less than 50 villages and each will get Rs. 1.00 crore, talukas with 51 to 100 villages will get Rs. 1.25 crore each, and with over 100 villages will get Rs. 1.50 crore each. ATVT : To solve the people's problems as far as possible at the taluka level itself and make a success of the ambitious and revolutionary policy launched for decentralization of administration, the State Government has asked each taluka in the State to prepare its own development plan, run its own administration, establish its own unique identity and participate in a healthy competition with one another under the Aapno Taluko-Vibrant Taluka (ATVT) scheme. As per the provisional accounts, the total receipts during the year 2010-11 was Rs. 69419.25 crore which is higher by Rs.13215.24 crore than the previous year 2009-10. Revenue receipt was higher by Rs.10691.28 crore and capital receipt was higher by Rs.2523.96 crore than the previous year. The expenditure during the year 201011 was Rs.71629.08 crore, which was higher by Rs.11271.40 crore than the previous year 2009-10. The revenue expenditure was higher by Rs. 8801.75 crore while capital expenditure was higher by Rs.2469.65 crore compared to the previous year i.e. 2009-10. 2.170 As per the provisional accounts of 2010-11, the receipts on revenue account was about Rs.52363.64 crore, while the total outgoings on revenue account was about Rs. 57440.02 crore, leaving a deficit of Rs. 5076.38 crore under revenue account. Under the capital account, total expenditure was Rs. 14189.06 crore, against the capital receipts of Rs. 17055.61 crore, showing a surplus of Rs.2866.55 crore. During the year 2010-11 on the capital account, expenditure on discharge of internal debt was Rs.3194.20 crore against the final accounts of Rs. 2681.26 crore for the year 2009-10 . The total deficit on revenue and capital account together for the year 2010-11 works out to Rs. 2209.83 crore. Gujarat has received the United Nations Public Service Award (UNPSA), 2010, for its State Wide Attention on Grievances with Application of Technology (SWAGAT), in the category 'Improving Transparency, Accountability and Responsiveness in Public Service'. The award was given for "improving transparency, accountability and responsiveness in the public service". Appreciating the CMO initiative, the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs, which instituted the award, said SWAGAT allows citizens to "air their grievances regarding government's provision of public services" after having "direct access to meet the chief minister personally to present their cases". The success of SWAGAT is inherently linked to the internal seamless functioning of the chief minister's office. The Gujarat Chief Minister’s Office acquired the ISO 9001: 2000 certificate for its processes. The Government of Gujarat has been tripleawarded in the National e-governance awards this year given by the Government of India. The awards highlight, once again, that Gujarat has exemplary and pathbreaking e-Governance initiatives that guarantee the citizens excellent service delivery. The Chief Minister's Office,
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AN OVERVIEW OF ECONOMY Government of Gujarat was awarded the Gold Award for SWAGAT programme for its outstanding performance in citizencentric delivery through the State Wide Attention on Grievances with Application of Technology. SWAGAT has been running systematically for over 7 years resulting in 96% cases being resolved to date. Talukalevel SWAGAT was launched 2 years ago and now over 4,000 cases are being submitted every month. Hon. Gujarat Chief Minister extended the SWAGAT programme up to village level in the name of Gram SWAGAT on 1st February 2011, to extend the access of grievance resolution sitting at the village level. In just nine days, GRAM SWAGAT has received 9000 applications. SWAGAT is a key system for empowerment that allows voices of citizens to be heard and ensures the response is transparent, effective and time-bound. 2.174 Gujarat government has initiated rural edition of its highly acclaimed SWAGAT Online Grievance Redressal Program, called 'Gram SWAGAT' in villages from February 1,2011. SWAGAT online programme going rural will help the rural people living even in remotest corner of the state in getting their problems solved. Such decentralization of administration with the help of technology will prove as a revolutionary move. The official portal of Hon'ble CM of Gujarat (www.narendramodi.in) got the prestigious eGov 2.0 award for the 'Most innovative use of social Media'. State Portal (www.gujaratindia.com) too won an award for the 'Most user friendly portal'. The state government has made the Gujarat State Wide Area Network (GSWAN) connectivity stronger by five times at taluka level to facilitate 'Aapano Taluko Vibrant Taluko' (ATVT) operations. Gujarat's Integrated Water-Shed Management Program (IWMP) won Silver *** Award for innovative technology usage in e-Governance. Gujarat is the first state to apply Satellite GIS to fully plan, implement and monitor watershed management. The GIS Satellite imagery is used to transparently identify watershed boundaries and most needy areas. GPS and mobile software are used to feed data and create maps to plan and to monitor progress. Gujarat State Watershed Management Agency (GSWMA) has used technology to benefit 1,048 villages, 7.08 lakh hectares, and 2.5 Lakh farmers. 2.178 After successfully completing the e-gram project of providing basic IT connectivity to all the district, taluka and village panchayats, the Gujarat government is now all set to launch a comprehensive e-panchayat project in order to create a complete database and monitor all the activities taken up in the rural areas. The e-panchayat project will also provide basic services to rural citizens like electronically generated ration card, birth and death certificate, certificate of land ownership, and so on. Data Management : The State Government signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Government of India regarding State Strategic Statistical Plan (SSSP) and aims at strengthening the statistical systems of the state. With the signing of MoU, state government has participated in centrally sponsored Indian Statistical Strengthening Project (ISSP) and will receive a fund of Rs. 54.32 crore as a part of it. SSSP will help the state government to thoroughly study its existing statistical framework and to get the precise statistics in a timely manner, enabling the decision making process more effective. It will also provide necessary data-bank pertaining to state's flagship programmes like Sagarkhedu Yojana, Vanbandhu Kalyan Yojana, Garib Samriddhi Yojana and others.

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Key Indicatros at a Glance 2005-06 9 7654 72084 2537 35 838 8102 521 64 23.7 7.1 54 1072 273 7274 43 154 131 803403 17.55 9.31 8.24 12454.81 25066.87 37521.68 8791.28 25465.49 34256.77 21495.35 12653.37 (-) 398.62 6269.87 19070.54 3372.90 10561.35 * October-2011 7748.58 31002.22 38750.80 9989.99 29232.13 39222.12 25283.67 13806.03 (+)1770.09 5648.72 22890.58 4425.83 12817.46 43 193 142 799282 18.04 10.08 7.96 44 240 201 831442 18.39 10.53 7.86 8919.57 35689.85 44609.42 9164.07 33539.51 42703.58 27022.62 15533.63 (+)2150.34 4770.98 27311.66 5426.65 15104.54 23.5 7.3 53 1073 273 7274 23.0 7.2 52 1073 273 7274 22.6 6.9 50 1084 283 7274 44 209 163 905481 19.04 11.06 7.98 10507.81 38675.71 49183.52 13178.42 38741.46 51919.88 35952.96 15799.39 (-) 65.75 10437.56 29282.89 5726.19 16810.65 903 8263 409 50 1247 12656 534 42 1187 20766 589 28 1405 20054 643 32 22.3 6.9 48 1105 291 7274 44 211 178 891649 19.82 11.96 7.86 14531.66 41672.36 56204.01 11719.41 48638.27 60357.68 40418.40 19833.31 (-) 6965.90 15153.27 32631.16 5890.90 18199.79 7967 76054 2669 35 8328 78645 2772 35 9015 84401 2990 35 9299 86775 3045 35 2006-07 10 Year 2007-08 11 2008-09 12 2009-10 13 2010-11 14 9844 74929 3105 41 1567 24445 680 28 21.8 6.7 44 1114 305 7274 45 281 230 896029* 21.00 13.07 7.93 17055.61 52363.64 69419.25 14189.06 57440.02 71629.08 48279.65 23164.15 (-) 5076.38 15073.64 43018.07 6679.44 24893.46

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Sr. Item Unit No. 1 2 3 11 Secondary & Higher Secondary Education No. of Institutions Nos. No. of Teachers Nos. No. of Pupils ‘000 Pupil / Teacher Ratio Nos. 12 Higher Education No. of Institutions Nos. No. of Teachers Nos. No. of Pupils ‘000 Pupils / Teacher Ratio Nos. 13 Health Birth Rate (SRS) (Calendar Year) Per ‘000 Death Rate (SRS) (Calendar Year) Per ‘000 I.M.R. (SRS) (Calendar Year) Per ‘000 Primary Health Centres Unit Nos Community Health Centres Unit Nos Sub-centres Unit Nos 14 Employment No. of Employment Exchanges Nos. No. of Vacancies Notified In ‘000’ Placement in Employment In ‘000’ No. of Job Seekers at the end of December Nos Total Employment In Lakhs Private Sectors In Lakhs Public Sectors In Lakhs 15 Public Finance Capital Receipts Rs. In Crore Revenue Receipts Rs. In Crore Total Receipts Rs. In Crore Captial Expenditure Rs. In Crore Revenue Expenditure Rs. In Crore Total Expenditure Rs. In Crore Development Expenditure Rs. In Crore Non-Development Expenditure Rs. In Crore Revenue Deficit (-) / Surplus (+) Rs. In Crore Fiscal Deficit Rs. In Crore Total Tax Receipts Rs. In Crore Share of Central Taxes Rs. In Crore Sales Tax / VAT Rs. In Crore Note : Figures in respect of Public Finance for the year 2010-11 are provisional.

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PART - II DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY

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1. POPULATION
1.1 Administrative Units : Census 2011 covered 26 Districts, 225 Talukas, 348 Towns, Consisting of 195 Statutory Towns and 153 Census Towns and 18225 Villages (including Uninhabited). There is an increase of 106 towns consisting of 27 statutory towns and 79 census towns. Population : The provisional population of India at 0.00 Hrs. as on 1st March 2011 is 121.02 crore comprising 62.37 crore males and 58.65 crore females. The population of Gujarat at the same date and time is 6.04 crore comprising 3.15 crore males and 2.89 crore females. Of this, the rural population stands at 3.47 crore and the urban population 2.57 crore. In absolute numbers, the rural population has increased by 29.30 lakh and the urban population by 67.83 lakh in the last decade (Chart-1). Gujarat stands at 10th rank amongst the States in the country in respect of population and at 15th rank (excluding UTs) in population density. In terms of percentage, Gujarat accounts 5.96% of the area of India and 4.99% of the population of India. The three districts viz. Ahmadabad, Surat and Vadodara are contributing 29% of the population of Gujarat. Nearly 50% of the State's population resides in the 7 districts viz. Ahmadabad, Surat, Vadodara, Rajkot, Banas Kantha, Bhavnagar and Junagadh (Chart-2). The most populous district in the state is Ahmadabad, which recorded a population of 72.08 lakh followed by Surat district with a
C har t - 2 : D ist r ib ut io n o f Po p ulat io n amo ng t he d ist r ict s - 2 0 11( P)

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population of 60.79 lakhs and the Dangs district has the minimum population of 2.27 lakhs. Urban - Rural Proportion : In percentage terms, the rural population formed 57.42 % (decrease of 5.22 % during the decade) of the total population with the urban population consisting 42.58 % (increase of 5.22 % during the decade). The total urban population in the state as per Census 2011 is 2.57 crore, 1.99 crore persons in the state, constituting 77.20% of the total urban population live in Class I UAs/ Towns*. Out of 30 Urban Agglomerations/ Towns belonging to Class I category, 4 UAs/ Cities (viz. Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat and Rajkot) has a population above one million each. 1.41 crore persons (or 55.01% of the urban population) live in these Million Plus UAs/Cities. Proportion of Urban population in Gujarat and India since 1961 has been shown in the Chart-3.

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Decennial Growth Rate : Population of Gujarat was 5.07 crore at the beginning of the 21st Century. Since then arrival of people has been continuing in Gujarat due to large scale migration from other states. As per Census 2011, Gujarat has population of 6.04 crore persons showing a decadal growth rate of 19.17% as compared to all India growth rate of 17.64%. The growth rate of population in rural and urban areas was 9.23 % and 35.83 % respectively. (Chart-4) The growth rate of 2001-2011 for Gujarat state is decreased by 3.49% than the corresponding rate of growth during 19912001 which was at 22.66%. Though the overall growth rate of Gujarat state is decreased during 2001-2011, in 3 districts viz. Kachchh, Amreli and Dohad, the growth rate is increased as compared to 1991-2001 period. In Narmada district there is a slight increase in growth rate as compared to 1991-2001. Surat district is having the highest decennial growth rate of 42.19% during 2001-2011. During 1991-2001 also, Surat district topped the districts in respect of growth rate with 54.30%. Besides Surat district, there are 7 other districts, which have higher growth rates than the State average in Census 2011.

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They are Kachchh (32.03%), Dohad (29.95%), Banaskantha (24.43%), Ahmadabad (22.31%), The Dangs (21.44%), Valsad (20.74%) and Rajkot (19.87%). However, 12 districts have recorded very low growth rate which are Navsari (8.24%), Amreli (8.59%), Porbandar (9.17%), Mahesana (9.91%), Junagadh (12.01%), Tapi (12.07%), Gandhinagar (12.15%), Anand (12.57%), Kheda (12.81%), Bharuch (13.14%), Jamnagar (13.38%) and Patan (13.53%). Sex Ratio : The Sex Ratio is defined as number of Female per 1000 Male Population. The Sex Ratio in the country which was 933 in 2001 has risen by 7 points to 940 in 2011. The increase in rural areas has been 1 point from 946 to 947. The increase in urban areas has been 26 points from 900 to 926. While the Sex Ratio in the state decreased to 918 in 2011 from 920 in 2001. In rural areas of the state it has increased by 2 points from 945 in 2001 to 947 in 2011, while in urban areas it has been 880 in 2001 as well as in 2011.Thus the sex ratio of the state was 918 against the national average of 940 and in urban areas of the state it was 880 against the national average of 926 (Chart5 & 6).

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The sex ratio for the state has marginally decreased from 920 in 2001 to 918 in 2011. Out of 26 districts, only 2 districts in the state viz. The Dangs (1007) and Tapi (1004) have recorded the sex ratio above equilibrium in Census 2011, whereas all the remaining districts have recorded below 1000. There is marginal increase in sex ratio in the North South belt of Gujarat except in Mahesana and Surat districts. On the other hand, Saurashtra region reveals marginal decrease except in Surendranagar (increase by 5 points) and Porbandar district (increase by 1 point). Since the formation of Gujarat state, i.e. from 1961, the sex ratio of the state has a decreasing trend except in 1981 census. It is an interesting feature that The Dangs district is showing a steady increasing trend in sex ratio, whereas the Surat district is showing a steady declining trend in sex ratio sine 1961. The sex ratio of Ahmadabad district has an increasing trend since 1961 census except in census 2001. In census 2011, The Dangs district is at 1st position with 1007 in sex ratio followed by Tapi district with 1004 and Dohad district with 986, whereas Surat district is in the last position with 788 preceded by Ahmadabad

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district with 903 and Kachchh district with 907. Child Population (0-6 years) : Out of the Child Population of 74.94 lakh in the age group of 0-6 years in the state, the rural child population stands at 46.76 lakh and urban at 28.18 lakh in 2011. Though the child population has decreased to 74.94 lakh in 2011 from 75.32 lakh in 2001, registering a negative growth of 0.51%. (Chart-7) Child Sex Ratio (0-6 years) : At national level, Census 2011 marks a considerable fall in Child Sex Ratio in the age group of 0-6 years and has reached an all time low of 914 since 1961. The fall has been 13 points (927914) for the country during 2001-2011. In rural areas, the fall is significant 15 points (934-919) and in urban areas it has been 4 points (906-902) over the decade 2001-2011. While in the state the child sex ratio has marginally increased to 886 in 2011 from 883 in 2001. It remained at 906 in 2001 as well as in 2011 in rural areas. While in urban areas it has increased by 15 points to 852 in 2011 from 837 in 2001. Though the child sex ratio of the state which was 956, 963 and 928 respectively for total, rural and urban areas in 1961 has decreased to 886, 906 and 852

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respectively in 2011 (Chart-8). Out of 26 districts, 12 districts in the State viz. Navsari, Gandhinagar, Junagadh, Sabarkantha, Vadodara, Surendranagar, Kheda, Bhavnagar, Patan, Anand, Ahmadabad and Mahesana recorded increase in child sex ratio in Census 2011 as compared to census 2001. Since the formation of Gujarat State i.e. from 1961, the child sex ratio of the state has a decreasing trend till census 2001. The child sex ratio in the state decreased sharply in census 2001 by 45 points. The decreasing trend was arrested in census 2011 with an increase by 3 points as compared to census 2001. In census 2011, The Dangs district is at 1st position with 963 in child sex ratio followed by Tapi district with 944 and both Dohad and Narmada districts with 937, whereas Surat district is in the last position with 836 preceded by Mahesana district with 845 and Gandhinagar district with 847. Density of Population : Population density is defined as number of persons per square kilometer area of well delineated administrative units. The population density of the state is 308 persons per sq.km. in census 2011, whereas it was 258 persons per sq.km. in census 2001. This shows a rapid increase in the density of population in the state during the decade of 2001-2011. However, the population density of Gujarat is below the National average of 382 persons per sq.km. The density is increasing in all districts of Gujarat state. Surat district has recorded the

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highest density with 1376 persons per sq.km. followed by the districts of Ahmedabad, Anand, Gandhinagar and Navsari, whereas Kachchh district has the lowest density of 46 persons per sq.km. preceded by The Dangs, Jamnagar and Surendranagar districts. Literacy Rate : In census concept, a person is treated as literate if one can read and write with understanding in any language. However, the children below the age of 7 years have not been treated as literate, even if they may be able to read and write with understanding. The literacy rate of Gujarat as per the provisional population totals of census 2011 is 79.31%. In rural areas the literacy rate is 73.00 % and in urban areas it is 87.58%. The decadal change works out to 10.17 points, 11.71 points in rural area and 5.74 points in urban area respectively. The male literacy rate which is 87.23% (Rural 83.10%, urban 92.44 %) is higher than the female literacy rate of 70.73 % (Rural 62.41%, Urban 82.08%). The increase in female literacy rate is significantly higher in all areas i.e. total (12.93 points), rural (14.57 points) and urban (7.58 points) in comparison to corresponding male literacy rates - total (7.57 points), rural (8.99 points) and urban (4.10 points) over the decade. It is significant to note that the gap in literacy rate among males and females has reduced to 16.50 in the state from 21.86 in 2001. The gap is 20.69 points in rural areas and 10.36 points in urban areas.(Chart-9) Dohad district has recorded the lowest literacy rate in 2011 as well as in census 2001

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2. STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT
2.1 State Domestic Product (SDP) commonly known as " State Income" is a measure in monetary terms of the volume of all goods and services produced within the geographical boundary of the state during a given period of time, accounted without duplication. This is the most important macro economic indicator used to measure the growth and to study the structural changes taking place in the economy. The estimates of SDP over period of time, reveal the extent and direction of the changes in the level of economic development. The Per Capita Net State Domestic Product is used to determine both the absolute and relative performance of the state economy. It is also considered as an important tool to measure 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 effect of price changes and to measure the real growth of economy. Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) at factor cost at constant (2004-05) prices in 2010-11 has been estimated at Rs. 365295 crore as against Rs. 330671 crore in 2.5
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2009-10, registering a growth of 10.5 percent during the year. As per quick estimates, Gross State Domestic Product at factor cost at current prices in 2010-11 has been estimated at Rs. 513173 crore as against Rs. 427555 crore in 2009-10, registering a growth of 20.0 percent during the year (Table-2.1)(Chart-1) The share of primary, secondary and tertiary sectors has been reported at 14.6 percent , 39.4 percent and 46.0 percent respectively to the total GSDP (Rs. 365295 crore) in 2010-11 at constant (2004-05) prices. The share of primary, secondary and tertiary sectors has been reported at 20.9 percent , 35.9 percent and 43.2 percent respectively to the total GSDP (Rs. 513173 crore) in 2010-11 at current prices. The share of primary, secondary and tertiary sectors in the base year 2004-05 was reported at 19.5 percent, 36.5 percent and 44.0 percent respectively (Table-2.2)

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Table-2.2 : GSDP by broad Sectors Contribution (%) Sr. Industry At Current Prices No. 2004- 2009201005 10 11 1 2 3 4 5 1 Primary 19.5 18.5 20.9 1.1 Agriculture 13.2 14.1 17.1 2 Secondary 36.5 37.5 35.9 2.1 Manufac. 27.3 26.7 25.7 3 Tertiary 44.0 44.1 43.2 4 Total GSDP 100.0 100.0 100.0 - Sectoral At Con. Prices 2009201010 11 6 7 14.4 14.6 10.3 10.9 39.8 39.4 28.0 27.6 45.8 46.0 100.0 100.0

Per Capita Income 2.8 The Per Capita Income (i.e. Per Capita NSDP) at factor cost at constant (2004-05) prices has been estimated at Rs. 52708 in 2010-11 as against Rs. 48511 in 2009-10, registering a growth of 8.7 percent during the year. The Per Capita Income at current prices has been estimated at Rs. 75115 in 2010-11 as against Rs. 63549 in 2009-10, showing an increase of 18.2 percent during the year (Table-2.4) (Chart-3).
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3. AGRICULTURE AND ALLIED SECTORS
AGRICULTURE
3.1 Pioneering work by agriculture scientists, government and the efforts of farmers had helped achieve a breakthrough in the agriculture sector. High agricultural production and productivity achieved in some crops has helped in attaining growth. The food safety net for each and every of the over a billion citizens-a number that is growing- requires enhanced agricultural production and productivity in the form of a Second Green Revolution. The relatively weak supply responses to price hikes in agricultural commodities, especially food articles, in the recent past brings back into focus the central question of efficient supply chain management and need for sustained levels of growth in agriculture and allied sectors. The choice before the nation is clear - to invest more in agriculture and allied sectors with the right strategies, policies, and interventions. This is also a 'necessary' condition for 'inclusive growth' and for ensuring that the benefits of growth reach a larger number of people. The growth of agriculture and allied sectors is still a critical factor in the overall performance of the state economy. During the period 2004-05 to 2010-11(Q), the GSDP for agriculture sector including animal husbandry sector had increased from Rs. 26746 crore to Rs. 39839 crore, at constant 2004-05 prices. In 2010-11(Q), it accounted for 10.9 percent of the SDP compared to 10.3 percent in 2009-10(P) (Chart-1). Major expansion in irrigation, water management, implementation of drip and sprinkler irrigation, providing of Kisan Credit Cards and Soil Health Cards for formers in the past years have led economy towards the inclusive growth. Despite suffering from lower (approximately 25% deficit) mostly once in every triennium ending, the State Agricultural Economy performed at an average annual growth rate of 10.7% during the first decade of 21st century. Cotton, wheat, fruit crops and milk have played a vital role in sustaining the agricultural growth. The role of the agriculture sector, however, remains critical as it accounts for about 52 per cent of employment in the state (as per 2001 census). Moreover, this sector is a supplier of food, fodder, and raw materials for a vast segment of industry. Hence the growth of agriculture can be considered a necessary condition for 'inclusive growth'. More recently, the rural sector (including agriculture) is being seen as a potential source of domestic demand, a recognition that is even shaping the marketing strategies of entrepreneurs wishing to widen the demand for goods and services. Crop Production in 2009-10 and 2010-11 3.4 As per the final estimates, production of foodgrains during 2010-11 is estimated at 100.71 lakh tonnes compared to 56.06 lakh tonnes last year. The production of cotton was 9825 thousand bales of 170 kg. each during the year 2010-11. This is 2424 thousand bales above the record production of 7401 thousand bales of 170 kg. each in 2009-10. The production of Oil seeds is estimated at 5142 thousand tonnes during the

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY year 2010-11 which is higher compare to the production of 3010 thousand tonnes during the year 2009-10. The details of area and production of principal food crops and nonfood crops during the last two years are given in the Table-3.1. Agriculture Situation - 2011-12 : The state is divided into 7 sub agro-climatic zones based on the characteristics of their agriculture and climate. Output of agricultural sector in Gujarat State has been largely dependent on south-west monsoon. The State frequently experiences erratic behaviour of the south-west monsoon, which can partly be attributed to geographic situation of the State. The wide variation in rainfall received by different parts of the State has been the characteristic feature of monsoon. The Valsad district in south Gujarat received maximum rainfall of 2281 mm, while Kheda district received minimum rainfall of 552 mm in the monsoon of year 2011. Kharif Season-2011 : Normal area under kharif cultivation is 86 lakh hectares. Normally, the state receives first shower of rain in the second fortnight of June and sowing starts accordingly. In the current kharif season, commencement of monsoon was very much delayed; hence sowing of kharif crops was delayed. Widespread rainfall was received during second-third week of July in all the districts of Gujarat State, hence sowing of kharif crops was started in most of the districts. 3.8 3.9 heavy rainfall was reported in some districts of Saurashtra during August, 2011. About 89.43 lakh hectares area covered by sowing of kharif crops in Gujarat State against normal area of 86.99 lakh hectares. Area under major crop grown are cotton 29.82 lakh hectares, Groundnut 14.34 lakh hectares, Castor 8.72 lakh hectares, Rice 7.54 lakh hectares, Bajra 4.25 lakh hectares, Maize 3.96 lakh hectares and Pigeonpea 2.35 lakh hectares. No any major infestation of pest & diseases was reported. Over all crop condition was normal. As per the second advance estimates, the kharif production of rice, total cereals and total pulses were estimated at 15.08 lakh tonnes, 27.31 lakh tonnes and 4.31 lakh tonnes. The total foodgrains production was estimated at 31.62 lakh tonnes. While production of total oilseeds and cotton was estimated at 42.28 lakh tonnes and 112.00 lakh bales, each of 170 kg respectively. Rabi Season : During the month of November, land preparation was in progress for the cultivation of Rabi crops, while harvesting of paddy was completed, picking of cotton was continued. Sowing of Rabi crops like Wheat, Gram, Mustard, Cumin and Fodder crops were initiated. During the Rabi season, at the end of 9th January, 2012 the area sown under Rabi crops, was reported to be 34.58 lakh hectares, which is about 108 percent of the average of

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY area sown during last 3 year i.e. 31.91 lakh hectares. 3.15 As per the second advance estimates for the year 2011-12 the production of total foodgrains and total oil seeds are estimated at 6743 thousand tonnes and 4499 thousand tonnes respectively. Krushi Mahotsav - Leb to Land Programme : Krushi Mahotsav (KM) a flagship program was initiated in Gujarat in 2005 with the main objective to double the income of the farmers within the span of 5 years in sustainable manner. This is a uniquely intensive month-long programme of mass contact with farmers. A mobile exhibition called "Krushi Rath" visits every village. Experts, Scientists and officials accompany with "Krushi Rath" and offer advice to the farmers. The seventh Krushi Mahotsav has also covered all villages in June 2011, with 230 'Krushi Raths' (vans) reaching to farmers with Researchers, Scientists and experts interacting and providing information and counselling on soil health, organic farming, technology and inputs, irrigation etc. besides infusing a new spirit of change and mass mobilisation. Free input kits are given to 15 poor farmers in each village and additional 15 kits per village in tribal area. The Mahotsav also takes up community based scheme like, water conservation through public participation. Soil Health Card : Gujarat is a first state who issues Soil Health Card for every land to farmers. Farmer can verify the soil specimen through scientists who examine the mineral composition in the soil. Based on the report, they can provides the fertilizer with appropriate mineral percentage. This helped in soil enrichment and also reduced the erosion of the land in great extent. Till December 2011, 38.20 lakh Soil Health Cards were distributed to farmers. Land Utilisation : According to Season and Crop Report (SCR) of 2006-07 (the latest year for which the Land Utilisation figures were finalised), out of total reporting areas of 188.1 lakh hectares in the State, 97.45 lakh hectares (51.81 percent) was net area sown. While 25.95 lakh hectare (13.80 percent) was
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barren and uncultivable land, 11.63 lakh hectare (6.18 percent) was under nonagricultural uses, 19.76 lakh hectare (10.50 percent) was cultivable waste, 18.33 lakh hectare (9.75 percent) was forests, 8.53 lakh hectare (4.53 percent) was under permanent pasture and other grassing land, 6.45 lakh hectare (3.43 percent) was current and other fallows (Chart-2). 3.20 As per Season and Crop Report (SCR) of 2006-07, the gross cropped area was 118.07 lakh hectares, which has increased by about 2.72 percent as compared to the previous year (2005-06). Of the total gross cropped area, area under food crops was 45.00 percent and the area under non-food crops was 55.00 percent during the year 2006-07 as against the corresponding percentage of 44.00 and 56.00 respectively during the year 2005-06. The cropping intensity, i.e. the ratio of gross cropped area to net cropped area, for the year 2006-07 is estimated at 120.47 percent which was 118.23 percent during the year 2005-2006. 3.21 Agriculture Census 2005-06 : Agricultural Census is a quinquennial census conducted once in five years, since 1970-71. So far, eighth Agricultural Censuses have been conducted, the latest being the 2005-06 census. 3.22 Distribution of number & area of operational holdings : The total number of operational holdings as per 2005-06 Agricultural Census is 46.61 lakh has registered an increase of 9.95 percent over the previous Agricultural Census (2000-01) figure of 42.39 lakh. 3.23 The total area of operational holdings is found to be 102.69 lakh hectares, which when

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY compared to 98.77 lakh hectares in 2000-01 census, which has shown a increased of 3.97 percent. The number and area operated by male is 40.10 lakh with 88.20 lakh hectares, While in case of female, the number of operational holdings is 6.45 lakh with 13.58 lakh hectares area operated. The number of marginal size class holdings has increased from 12.97 lakh in 2000-01 census to 15.85 lakh in 2005-06 census, by around 22.14 percent and also the area of operational holdings increased from 6.92 lakh hectares in 2000-01 to 7.92 lakh hectares in 2005-06 by 14.39 percent. But in case of the large size class holdings both the number and area of operational holdings has considerably increased. That is the number of operational holdings has increased from 0.65 lakh in 2000-01 census to 0.68 lakh in 2005-06 by 3.97 percent. Similarly the area has increased from 11.04 lakh hectares to 11.33 lakh hectares by 2.62 percent, when compared between the current and previous census. However in respect of small and semi-medium size classes, the number and area of operational holdings has also shown an increasing trend when compared to the previous census i.e. the number and area of operational holdings has increased by 7.06 & 6.80 percent respectively under small holdings, 3.59 & 3.51 percent under semimedium category. And medium size class holdings, the number of operational holdings also increased by 1.00 percent and the area operated increased by 1.12 percent between the two censuses. Pattern of average size of operational holdings : The average size of operational holdings for the current census is found to be 2.2 hectares as compared to 2000-01 census figures of 2.33 hectares showing a marginal difference of 0.03 hectare. The average size of operational holdings held by female operational holdings was 2.10 hectares, which is comparatively less when compared to 2.20 hectares of average size holdings held by male operational holders. Classification of operational holdings according to social groups : The number of operational holdings under Scheduled Caste group has increased to 1.60 lakh in 2005-06 census when compared to 1.54 lakh holdings in 2000-01 by 4.47 percent, while area also increased by 8.86 percent. Under Scheduled Tribe group also the number of operational holdings increased from 4.39 lakh in 2000-01 census to 4.88 lakh in 2005-06 census, by 10.99 percent, while area of operational holdings increased from 9.11 lakh hectares in 2000-01 census to 9.69 lakh hectares in 2005-06 by 6.3 percent. In respect of other social groups, the number of operational holdings increased to 40.07 lakh holdings in 2005-06 census as compared to 36.24 lakh holdings in 2000-01 census or by 10.58 percent. The area of operational holdings are also increased from 83.87 lakh hectares in 2000-01 census to 88.99 lakh hectares in 2005-06, by around 6.1 percent. Types of operational holdings according to size classes : The number of operational holdings under individual type has increased from 26.67 lakh in 2000-01 census to 28.04 lakh in 2005-06 census by around 5.14 percent & under joint type has increased from 15.50 lakh in 2000-01 census to 18.51 lakh in 200506 census by around 19.46 percent, the number of operational holdings under institutional types, decreased by -75.88 percent. Further under individual type, the number of operational holdings in respect of marginal, small & large size classes has increased in 2005-06 census as compared to 2000-01 census, while it has dropped in respect of semi medium and medium size classes from 2000-01 to 2005-06 census while in case of joint type holdings there is increase in 2005-06 census as compared to 2000-01 census in all the size classes. Under institutional type, the numbers of holdings decrease in all the size classes in 2005-06 census as compared to 2000-01 census. The total area of operational holdings in case of individual type, the area operated has increased from 61.91 lakh hectare in 200001 census to 62.75 lakh hectares in 2005-06 by 1.36 percent, while under joint type, it has been increased from 33.91 lakh hectare in 2000-01 census to 39.02 lakh hectares in 2005-06 census by 15.07 percent and in case of institutional type it has been decreased to 2.93 lakh hectare in 2000-01 census to 0.91 lakh hectares in 2005-06 census. The area of operational holdings under marginal, small and large size classes have
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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY increased from 2000-01 to 2005-06 census but it had decreased under semi medium and medium size classes in individual. And in joint type holdings it has increased from 2000-01 to 2005-06 census under all classes. While in case of institutional type it has decreased in 2005-06 census as compared to 2000-01 census under all size classes. The average sizes of operational holdings of individual, joint and institutional types indicate lower average size of holdings in 2005-06 census as compared to 2000-01 except institutional holdings. Also the average size of operational holdings under all these types increased with increase in size classes. Trends in distribution of operational holdings since 1970-71 Agricultural Censuses : The number of holdings, which was 24.33 lakh in 1970-71 census, has significantly increased by 91.57 percent as compared to 46.61 lakh holdings as per the eighth Agricultural Census 2005-06. Also the maximum percentage increase in number of operational holdings (11.81%) could be observed between 1985-86 census and 199091 censuses. Further the trend in different size classes of holdings reveals that under marginal size class the number of operational holdings increased from 5.79 lakh in 1970-71 to 15.85 lakh in 2005-06 census by 173.74 percent. The small size class holdings had increased from 4.64 lakh in 1970-71 censuses to 13.45 lakh in 2005-06 censuses by 189.87 percent. The semimedium size class holdings registered 11.80 percent increase, from 9.66 lakh holdings in 1995-96 census to 10.80 lakh holdings in 200506 census. But in case of medium size class, the number of holdings which was 6.00 lakh in 1970-71 census, has decreased to 5.82 lakh in 2005-06 census and under large size class, it had considerably reduced by around 71.36 percent i.e. from 2.34 lakh holdings in 197071 census to 0.67 lakh holdings in 2005-06 census. The area of operational holdings which was approximately 100.00 lakh hectares in 197071 census, has increased to 102.69 lakh hectares by around 2.69 percent. During the past census it may be noted, that the area of operational holdings which increased by 6.74 percent between 1970-71 & 1976-77 census.
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In case of marginal, small semi-medium size classes there was increase in area of operational holdings from 1970-71 census to 2005-06 census. But in medium size class it will declined. Rather than it, there is a drastic reduction in area of operational holding under large size class by 71.96 percent i.e. 36.45 lakh hectares in 1970-71 census to 11.33 lakh hectares in 2005-06 census. 3.37 The average size of operational holdings under different size classes, it is seen that under marginal, small and semi-medium size classes, the average size of operational holdings remained almost the same during every census. Working of APMCs 3.38 At the end of year 2010-11, 205 Agriculture Produce Market Committees (APMCs), 199 Main Yards of Market Committees and 201 Sub Market Yards were operational in the State. Rastriya Krushi Vikas Yojana 3.39 Under this scheme subsidy is provided to Agriculture Produce Market Committees for Cold-Storage, Godown, Solid Waste Management and New Market Development. The details of subsidy given during the year 2010-11 is given in the Table-3.2.

HORTICULTURE
3.40 Looking to the importance of horticulture crops, the State Government is placing considerable emphasis on the development of horticultural crops viz. Fruits, Vegetables, Spices and Flowers. As a result of various steps taken by State Government, area under Horticultural crops has increased significantly. The major fruit crops grown in Gujarat are Banana, Mango, Citrus and Sapota (Chikoo). The productivity of fruit crops is estimated at 20.03 MT/Hectare. The major vegetables are Onion, Potato, Brinjal, Tomato, Okra and Cucurbits. The average productivity of vegetables is estimated at 18.95 MT/Hectare. The State mainly produces spices viz. Cumin, Fennel, and Garlic. The State enjoys monopoly in seed
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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY spices. Isabgul is prominent medicinal crop grown in the State. Area under flowers like Rose, Lily and Marigold is increasing day by day in the State. There is a scattered cultivation of medicinal plants like; Allovera, Sena, Gugal in the State. Due to the serious efforts made by the State Government like Krushi Mahotsav, State is in leading position in onion, potato, banana, lime, papaya and introduced new horticulture crops like cashew nut, Pamaroza, sweet orange and medicinal crops. State has taken a lead in the sector of establishing Green houses by producing high value flowers like Dutch Roses, Gerberas and Carnation. With a view to double the horticulture production and income upto the year 201213 by adopting end to end approach with simultaneous development of post harvest infrastructure and marketing facilities. “Gujarat State Horticultural Mission (GSHM)” a registered society has been formed for implementation of “National Horticultural Mission (NHM)” in the state. The mission is being implemented in 19 potential districts and covers 10 important crops of the state viz. Mango, Chiku, Amla, Banana, Papaya, Lime, Cumin, Fennel, Flowers, Medicinal and Aroma crops. Non mission district are covered under RKVY & NHM norms.
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During the year 2009-10, the production of fruits, vegetables, spices and flowers has been reported to be 69.85 lakh tonnes, 72.55 lakh tonnes, 9.38 lakh tonnes and 0.95 lakh tonnes respectively. Which increased to during the year 2010-11, 74.73 lakh tonnes, 93.80 lakh tonnes, 10.36 lakh tonnes and 1.28 lakh tonnes respectively. During the year 2011-12, the production of fruits, vegetables, spices and flowers is estimated at 80.88 lakh tonnes, 98.74 lakh tonnes, 10.52 lakh tonnes and 1.50 lakh tonnes respectively. Gujarat State Seeds Corporation Ltd. 3.43 The Corporation has made production/ purchase of 2.36 lakh quintal seeds during the year 2010-11 as compared to the production/purchase of 2.02 lakh quintal seeds during the year 2009-10. The Corporation has distributed 2.28 lakh quintal seeds worth Rs.117.33 crore during the year 2010-11 as against the distribution of 2.03 lakh quintal seeds worth Rs. 85.06 crore during the previous year. During the year 2010-11, the corporation has distributed seeds to the farmers of other states too. WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT 3.44 Water Resources management of the State is aimed at providing water efficiently, in equitable and sustainable manner. The State has given due attention to accelerate the pace
(In Lakh Hectares) Irrigation Potential created upto June-2011 (cum) 31.31 Maximum Utilisation upto June-2011 (cum) 23.20 Ultimate Irrigation Potential

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY of water resources development to increase the net water availability by creating additional storage, completion of ongoing projects, improvement in water use efficiency, bridging the gap between the potential created and its utilization, restoration & modernization of old irrigation system, conjunctive use of ground and surface water, promoting participatory irrigation management, large scale people's participation in water conservation programmes and inter-basin transfer of water. The ultimate irrigation potential through the surface water is assessed at 39.40 lakh hectares which includes 17.92 lakh hectares through Sardar Sarovar (Narmada) Project. Similarly in respect of ground water resources, it is estimated that about 25.48 lakh hectares can be irrigated. Thus total ultimate irrigation potential through surface & ground water is estimated to be 64.88 lakh hectares. The details and the status of development at the end of June-11 are given in the Table-3.3. It is revealed from the table that the total irrigation potential of surface water created up to June-2011 works out to 79.47 percent of ultimate surface water irrigation potential whereas maximum utilization works out to 74.10 percent of the surface water irrigation potential created. A water conservation scheme called "Sardar Patel Participatory Water Conservation Scheme" (SPPWCS) is being implemented by the State Government. The pattern of sharing for check dams is 80:20 for entire state (80 percent Government share and 20 percent beneficiaries share). During the year 2010-11 and 2011-12 (upto 14-Nov.-11) 5980 check dams and 1490 check dams have been constructed respectively. Total 69433 check dams are constructed under this programme. Apart from constructing check dams on participatory basis, the State has also chalked out a master plan for constructing 1000 big check dams on river at estimated cost of Rs. 695 crores. During the year 2010-11 and 2011-12 (upto November, 2011), 199 and 93 big check dams are constructed respectively under this master plan. Total 80519 check dams are constructed under various schemes by Water Resources Department. While total 147305 check dams are constructed by
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different departments under various programme. In North Gujarat and other area of the State, where suitable sites are not available for the construction of check dams, deepening of existing ponds / tanks with financial contribution of 90:10 (Government: Beneficiaries) are implemented in a big way to store and conserve water and ground water recharging during monsoon. The pattern of sharing for deepening of ponds is 90:10 (90 percent Government share and 10 percent beneficiaries share). During the year 201011 and 2011-12 (up to Nov-11) 738 and 425 ponds have been deepened by Water Resources Department respectively. Total 21418 ponds have been deepened by different departments. The work of 332 km. long Sujalam Suphalam Spreading Canal passing through seven districts is completed except some additional structures as per requirement of local people. The surplus water of Kadana Dam and Narmada Main Canal has been flown in this canal. This resulted in direct or indirect irrigation benefits to thousands of farmers and ground water has been recharged. To utilize the additional flood water of Narmada river for North Gujarat Region works of eight lift irrigation pipe lines under Sujalam-Suphalam yojana are completed. Water has been delivered to Sujalam Suphalam Spreading Canal and enrooted pond for irrigation by pumping water from Narmada Main Canal. During the year 2011, the work of pipeline from Narmada Main Canal to Dantiwada Reservoir has been started. Under Sujalam Suphalam Yojana all 107 check dams as per original planning and additional 28 check dams in Surendranagar District are completed. About 16000 ha. area will get indirect irrigation benefits. Under Sujalam Suphalam Yojana, all 44 Bandharas are completed as planned to prevent salnity ingress in Kachchh region. Additional 5 Bandharas are under progress. Participatory Irrigation Management: The Government has decided to cover maximum possible command area under Participatory Irrigation Management. The

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY Government has also passed "Gujarat CoOperatives and Water Users Participatory Irrigation Management Act-2007". Under this scheme 51308 ha. and 18630 ha. area has been covered during 2010-11 and 201112 (up to October-11) respectively. Approximately 427156 ha. area has been covered under this scheme so far. Extension, Renovation and Modernization of canal system of existing Major & Medium Irrigation Schemes are under progress on a large scale to bridge the gap between irrigation potential created and its utilization. During the year 2010-11 and 2011-12, the works in 70841 and 16686 ha. area are completed respectively. concrete gravity dam across the river Narmada in Narmada district, two power houses with a combined installed capacity of 1450 MW and 458 Kms. Long main canal with a discharge capacity of 40000 cusecs at starting point and 2500 cusecs at GujaratRajasthan Boarder with a network of 74626 Kms. for water distribution system for irrigation. The project will provide annual irrigation benefits in an area of about 18.45 lakh hectares spread over 73 talukas of 15 districts in the State. It is also envisaged to provide water for domestic and industrial uses in about 9633 villages and 131 townships. About three-fourth of the command area under this project is drought prone as defined by the Irrigation Commission. For environmental protection, massive programme of afforestation and catchment area treatment works have been carried out. Catchment Area Treatment works has been completed in the entire catchment area (29157 Ha) within Gujarat.Compensatory afforestation has been carried out in 4650 hectares of non-forest area in kachchh district as well as in 9300 ha degraded forest area. Plantation in 4593 hectares has been completed in the vicinity of the dam, on canal banks and in the colonies. The temples of Hamfeshwar and Shoolpaneshwer relocated to higher elevations. Appropriate measures are also being undertaken for fisheries development, control of malaria and other water borne diseases in command area and R&R sites. A number of studies of Environmental, agricultural, flora and fauna, wildlife sanctuaries, health, socio-economic aspects etc. have been conducted pari passu with the Water Storage at the end of June-2011 (in lakh cubic metres) Main land Gujarat Kachchh Saurashtra Gujarat State 45 20 135 200 366347 5628 34148 406123 September-2011 (in lakh cubic metres) 1237465 30452 220730 1488647 December-2011 (in lakh cubic metres) 957941 22341 146001 1126283

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Reserviors Level 3.55 Out of total 200 dams with total storage capacity of 1594662 lakh cubic metres, 45 dams (having storage capacity of 1310558 lakh cubic metres) are in Main land Gujarat, 20 dams (having storage capacity of 33055 lakh cubic metres) are in Kachchh region and 135 dams (having storage capacity of 251050 lakh cubic metres) are in Saurashtra region. At the end of December-2011, the live storage in the reservoirs was 1126283 lakh cubic metres, which was 70.63 percent against the total storage capacity. The reservoir live storage by region at the end of June, September and December-2011 is shown in the Table-3.4.

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3.56 Sardar Sarovar Narmada Nigam Ltd. (SSNNL) was set up by the State Government to implement the Sardar Sarovar (Narmada) Project in the year 1988. The Sardar Sarovar Project is a multipurpose project, which envisages construction of No of Dams 3.60

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY progress of the project. The work plans have also been prepared for forests, health and fisheries and they are being implemented through the concerned State Government Departments. The Hon'ble Supreme court, on 18.10.2000, by a majority judgement delivered verdict in favour of construction of the Sardar Sarovar Dam on the river Narmada, upto a height of 138 meters, as per the Tribunal Award, subject to clearance from environmental and rehabilitation authorities. Dismissing the writ petition by Narmada Bachao Andolan, the court observed that the dam should be executed and completed as early as possible. The revised estimate cost of this project at 2008-09 Price is Rs.39240.44 crore. A cumulative Expenditure of Rs. 34425.60 crore including Rs. 21454.76 crore on work components was incurred by the end of March-2011. During the year 2011-12 (April to September 2011) an expenditure of Rs. 1357.69 crore including Rs. 1016.68 on works components has been incurred. Thus, cumulative expenditure incurred upto September-2011 on this project is Rs. 35783.29 crore including Rs. 22471.44 crore on work components. The physical status of Dam and canal at the end of September-2011 is as under: (i) Main Dam : About 99.50 percent excavation and 96.50 percent concrete work of main dam have been completed. As per the decision given by the Narmada Control Authority, the work of raising height of dam 121.92 meters is completed on 31.12.2006. (ii) Power House : There are two type of power house (i) Canal Head Power House and (ii) River Bed Power House. All units of both the power house have been commissioned and total installed capacity of both power houses is 1450 MW. Out of this, 1450 MW, Gujarat's share is 16% of the power generation as per the Narmada Water Dispute Tribunal Award which is being injected to western grid. Total power generation at SSP hydro power, upto end of September-2011 is 2160 crore units, out of which share of Gujarat, at the rate of 16% of generation is 346 crore
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units. Thus, the total revenue of Rs.709.30 crore has been created. (iii) Main Canal : The Work of Narmada Main Canal which is 458 km long has been completed. (iv) Branch Canal : Out of total 38 Branch Canals work of 29 Branch Canals have been completed. Works of remaining 9 Branch Canals are under progress and are planned to be completed by 2013-14. (v) Distribution System : It is planned to provide irrigation water in 18.45 lakh ha. in the command of SSP by constructing distribution system (i.e. distributaries Minors and Sub minors). Out of which, the work of distribution system in 5.36 lakh ha. upto Minor level and 3.68 lakh ha. upto Subminor level have been completed. The works of distribution system in 6.2 lakh ha. area are under progress. The State government/Project Authorities have taken the following multipronged actions for speedy implementation of the Project • Land acquisition compensation to be paid at market rate : • A High Level Committee has been constituted under the chairmanship of Hon'ble Minister (Revenue) to speed up the land acquisition work. The progress of land acquisition is being monitored on a day-to-day basis. • Joint measurement and preparation of Land Acquisition Proposals, Survey and Network Planning and Design works are also outsourced. • To cope up with the shortage of technical manpower, project monitoring consultants are appointed. • To ensure quality of the works, executed, Third Party quality audit consultants are appointed. • Decentralized approach for Command Area Development work adopted. • Powers delegated to NGOs for speedy development of the Command Area. • Engineering Procurement Construction (EPC) approach adopted for a speedy implementation in the construction of canal network.

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY District level Co-ordination Committee under the Chairmanship of District Collector, constituted with elected members/ NGOs/WUA's participation. • Government of Gujarat has allocated an outlay of Rs. 6835 crore in 2011-2012 Annual Plan for the Sardar Sarovar (Narmada) Project. • Command area work in 620054 hectares is awarded and under progress, 256181 hectare is under tendering process and remaining work of 433546 hectare are planned to be awarded in ensuing 2-3 months. Micro Irrigation Scheme : Gujarat Green Revolution Co. Ltd. acts as the nodal agency to implement the uniform scheme for Micro Irrigation System in the state. GGRC is aimed to promote Micro Irrigation System (MIS) to the farmers of Gujarat as an implementing agency on behalf of Government of Gujarat (GoG) and Government of India (GoI) to bring 2nd Green Revolution in consonance with the Agriculture policy of Gujarat Vision 2010 so as to save water and energy, besides multiple benefits to improve Agricultural productivity and farmer's prosperity at large. Subsidy in Micro Irrigation Scheme for Gujarat : The beneficiary farmer in the State is entitled to get 50% of the total Micro Irrigation System Scheme cost or Rs. 60,000/ - per ha. whichever is less for adopting Micro Irrigation System under the scheme. There is no limitation of area or choice of system. The scheme is also bankable. Achievement : (1) Under this scheme, from May-2005 to December-2011, total 252495 farmers was benefited to cover 408114 hectares area of land and Rs. 647.09 crore of state government grant and Rs. 476.01 crore of central government grant was utilised. (2) In this scheme 17794 marginal farmers are benefited covering 13473hectares, 79109 small farmers covering 93486 hectares, 137750 medium farmers covering 251456 hectares and 17842 large farmers covering 49699 hectares are benefited till December-2011 (Table-3.5). (3) Banaskantha district is the first to cover 62599 hectares, Junagadh district stands

Table-3.5 : Farmers as per land holding covered under Micro Irrigation System (MIS) Sr. Category of Farmer No. of Area No. Benefi(Hect.) ciaries 1 Large Farmer 17842 49699 2 Marginal Farmer 17794 13473 3 Medium Farmer 137750 251456 4 Small Farmer 79109 93486 Total 252495 408114

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second covering with 47401 hectares while Sabarkantha district stands 3rd with 44332 hectares covered under Micro Irrigation System. (4) Tribal farmers of tribal taluka get 25 % more subsidy from Tribal department over and above 50% subsidy as per general category farmers. Total Rs.74.45 crore is utilized for tribal farmers till Dec-2011. (5) Micro Irrigation System is suitable for most of the field crops. Out of total 408114 hectares covered under MIS, 332708 hectares are covered under Agricultural crops, 75406 hectares are covered under Horticulture crops. Major agricultural crops covered are Ground nut crop 172000 hectares, Cotton crop 115352 hectares, Sugercane crop 11801 hectares and Horticulture crops covered are Potato 21568 hectares, Banana 12326 hectares, Mango 9673 hectares and Vegetables 1469 hectares. Kalpasar Project 3.69 In proposed Kalpasar project, it is planned to construct a multipurpose dam by joining the West bank and East bank of Gulf of Khambhat. It is planned that on implementation of Kalpasar project the coastal land presently affected by tides of gulf will be reclaimed. Moreover, irrigation benefits will be provided to agricultural lands of Saurashtra regions in new areas. In addition to above, the benefits of navigation facilities, development of fisheries and reduction of distance between South-Gujarat & Saurashtra will be additional benefits. It is planned to construct the 30 km long dam to store approximately 10,000 million cubic meter water inflows of the Narmada, Dhadhar, Mahi, Sabarmati and Saurastra rivers, and it is planned at present, to divert
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Gujarat Water Resources Development Corporation Ltd.
3.70 Tubewells : Gujarat Water Resources Development Corporation was established in the year 1975 for development of ground water resources through tubewells. In the year 1978 Government has transferred 899 tubewells to Corporation which were under the control of district panchayat. There after, the corporation had drilled 3537 tubewells under various tubewells programme and 69 tubewells under tribal area sub plan. Thus, by the end of year 2010-11, total 4505 tubewells were put to irrigation. Out of these, 2090 tubewells have been closed due to various reasons. As a result during the year 2010-11, 2415 tubewells were in working condition. Out of which 10 tubewells were operated by corporation and 2405 tubewells were operated by Mandli/Juth. During the year 2010-11, area irrigated by tubewells by corporation works out to 64949 hectors. Lift Irrigation Schemes : GWRDS has put the total 220 lift irrigation schemes covering 22099 hectares of land in different districts of state during the year 2010-11. Out of which 206 lift irrigation schemes covering 19109 hectares land are in tribal area. At present, the works of 84 lift irrigation schemes are in progress covering 4618 hectares land under Government grant. Moreover the construction of 35 lift irrigation schemes covering 1578 hectares of land are in progress under tribal area sub plan project. Drip Irrigation : For economic and maximum utilization of water in irrigation, Government has decided to implement Drip Irrigation Scheme on tubewells (operated by Corporation/Mandali/Juth) of Gujarat Water Resources Development Corporation Limited. During the year 2010-11, work is under implementation on 187 tubewells with 775 hectares of area. At the end of December, 2011 work of 271 tubewells was completed covering the 1118 hectares of land. Watershed Development : It aims at increasing soil and moisture conservation
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Gujarat State Land Development Corporation Ltd.
3.79 Gujarat State Land Development Corporation (GSLDC) implements various soil and water conservation activities on

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FISHERIES
3.89 Gujarat has a long coastal-line of 1600 kms., which is broken by several bays, inlets, estuaries and marshy lands. The area available for fishing activities extends from Lakhpat in Kachchh district in north to Umargaon in Valsad district in south. Important commercial varieties of fish namely Pomfret, Jew fish, Bombay duck, Shrimp, Lobster, Squid, Cuttle fish, Silver bar, Hilsa, Shark, Catfish, Mullets, etc. are caught in large quantities in these areas. In addition, the Gulf of Kachchh has congenial conditions for growth and sustenance of different type of Oysters, Shell fish and SeaWeeds. According to the Eighteenth Live Stock Census 2007, there are 1058 fishing villages scattered in the remote places of the State, classified into Marine (260), Inland (716), Estuarine (82) villages inhabited by 5.59 lakh fishermen, out of which 2.18 lakh were active fishermen who were engaged in fishing, marketing of fish and repairing of boats/nets, etc. During the year 2010-11, total fish production in the Gujarat State has been estimated at 7.75 lakh tonnes worth Rs.4151.05 crore. The marine fish production constitutes about 88.91 percent of total fish production of the State. As per livestock census 2007, there were 35150 fishing boats in the State, out of which 22986 were mechanised boats and 12164 were nonmechanised boats. During the year 2010-11, through foreign export of 198297 tonnes of fish and fish products, the State has obtained 3.92

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an exchequer of Rs.2156.20 crore (Chart-3). During the year 2011-12 (April-September2011 (P)), the total fish production has been estimated at 2.23 lakh tonnes (Marine fish production is 1.86 lakh tonnes and the remaining inland) worth of Rs.1194.42 crore. During the year 2011-12 (April-September2011) Foreign Export of fish and fish products is estimated at 41500 tonnes, worth of Rs.460.00 crore. At the end of September2011, there were 35275 fishing boats registered in the State, out of which 23066 were mechanised boats and 12209 were nonmechanised boats. During the year 2011-12, 8708 lakh fish seeds (spawn) have been produced to meet the ever growing demand of the State in Inland sector. For the development of reservoir fisheries, particularly for tribal area, all the reservoirs in tribal area have been reserved for the tribal federation, tribal fisheries co-operatives societies and tribal individual beneficiaries and are allotted on offset price. The Forest area of Gujarat is in the year 201011 about 19145.83 sq. km. It is about 9.77 % of total State geographical areas. The state has 23 wildlife sanctuaries and 4 national Parks covering about 8.71% of the total geographical area of the State as against the National average of 4%. A Programme of Management and Development of Sanctuaries and National Parks was introduced as new schemes during the 11th five year plan. During the year 201011, Rs. 3709.57 lakh was provided and the expenditure of Rs. 3666.58 lakh was

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4. INDUSTRIES AND MINING
INDUSTRIES
4.1 The state of Gujarat is one of the highly industrialised states in India with its reputation of being a highly investor-friendly state. The state has a proven track record of attracting high volumes of investment becoming the most favoured investment destination in India. In the backdrop of these developments, the Government of Gujarat has declared Industrial Policy - 2009. Gujarat Industrial Policy - 2009 : The 4.4 2011 with an estimated investment of Rs.1025510 crore. The State has also received 1415 Letters of Intent (LoI) having proposed investment of Rs.63758 crore and 1577 Letters of Permission (LoP) for setting up 100 percent Export Oriented Units (EOUs) having total investment of Rs. 7966 crore till September2011. Gujarat has set up a mechanism to monitor implementation of all investment proposals. As on 30th September-2011, 5538 projects were implemented aggregating total investment of Rs.185198 crore. In addition, 3063 projects are under implementation aggregating total investment of Rs. 699592 crore. These include 1695 projects each having less than Rs.10 crore of investment, 705 projects having investment between Rs.10 crore to Rs.50 crore, 212 projects each having investment between Rs.50 crore to Rs.100 crore and 451 projects each having investment of over Rs.100 crore. Vibrant Gujarat - Global Investors’ Summit : “Vibrant Gujarat Global Investors’ Summit - 2011” was organised on 12-13 January-2011 at Mahatma Mandir, Gandhinagar to attract the investors to establish projects in the State. In all 8380 MoUs have been signed/announced in different major sectors with total proposed investment of Rs. 20.83 lakh crore. This will create new job opportunities for a large number of people in the State. With a view to attract the investors to establish projects in the state, “Vibrant Gujarat Global Investor’s Summit had been organized at regular interval of two years.

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new Industrial Policy - 2009 with its holistic approach would identify specific interventions across sectors which would facilitate in fostering significant growth and in the process attract global investments. With the primary focus of making Gujarat the most attractive investment destination of not only in India, but also that of the world, the Government of Gujarat (GoG) has announced a new Industrial Policy. The new industrial policy has been formulated in line with the vision that has been 4.6 framed for the state. The primary policy objectives are as under :

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Table-4.1 : Vibrant Gujarat - Global Investors’ Summit (At the end of November, 2011 Sr. Vibrant Gujarat Projects Proposed Implemented Under Implementation No. Global Investor’s MOU’s No. of Investment No. of Investment No. of Investment Summit Signed/ Project (Rs. in Projects (Rs. in Projects (Rs. in annouCrore) Crore) Crore) nced 1. 2011 8380 8380 2083047.30 248 29813.58 659 249054.78 2. 2009 8660 8888 1239562.00 1342 104590.45 872 281620.41 3. 2007 363 454 465309.80 160 107897.34 152 184245.06 4. 2005 226 227 106160.41 115 37939.94 22 27931.80 5. 2003 76 80 66068.50 42 37746.00 5 10710.00
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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY The details of MOU’s implemented against the MOUs signed during Vibrant Gujarat Global Investors Summit are given in the Table-4.1. Special Economic Zones (SEZs) : Special Economic Zones (SEZs) are growth engines that can boost manufacturing, augment exports and generate employment. The Government has enacted Special Economic Zones Act, 2004 in order to provide a hassle free operational regime and encompassing state of the art infrastructure and support services. The Government of India has also enacted the Special Economic Zones Act, 2005.Board of Approval (BOA) in Ministry of Commerce and Industries (MoCI), New Delhi has accorded approvals to 60 SEZs in Gujarat at the end of March-2011. The total proposed investment by the SEZ Developers is around Rs.267373.45 crore. Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises : SSI act has been revised as Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMED) Act, 2006 from 2nd October-2006. The Details of unit registered under this Act with their Investment and Employment are given in the Table-4.2. Textile Industries : Textile contributes 6% of the total industrial production in Gujarat (organised sector), State is largest producer (35%) and exporter (60%) of Cotton in the country. In the Denim Production, state is 3rd largest in the world and largest in India (6570%). About 24% to 28% of fixed investment, production value and employment of Small Scale Industries (SSI) is from textiles sector. Presence of textile related academic institutes cater to the manpower requirement of this highly labour intensive industry. As per Government of Gujarat’s survey report, Technical Textiles is a key emerging area with over 860 units in Gujarat. In this connection, Garment and Apparel Parks are being developed at Surat, Ahmedabad and other locations. For success of these parks, trained manpower is developed as critical input under the Industrial Policy 2009. The State Government has introduced a various schemes for providing assistance to textile and apparel sector. * 5% interest subsidy in Spinning, Weaving Knitting Apparel and Machine Carpeting * 6% interest subsidy in Technical Textiles. * Establishment of Centre of Excellence at ATIRA and MANTRA for providing training in Technical Textiles. * Financial Support to ATIRA and MANTRA for training weavers, jobbers and powerloom owners. * Stipend to trainees in all 5 Powerloom service centres in Gujarat. * Assistance for Technology acquisition and upgradation * Assistance to Apparel Training Institutions and Trainees. * Scheme for setting up of Textile and Apparel Parks any where in the State on PPP mode. Salt Industries : State produces more than 70 percent of the salt produced in our country. About 91400 workers (Agarias) are directly involved in this activity. In the year 201011, total production of Salt in State was 145.16 lakh M.T. Salt Industries and Industries depend on salt have been developed in the State, which includes Bromine and its derivatives etc. Over and above Gypsum is the by-product in salt production. Government of India collects salt cess on the dispatch of salt, whereas State Government collects salt royalty. Assistance given from the income of Salt Cess, Salt Royalty and Salt Cess is given in the Table-4.3.
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Table-4.3 Salt Royalty Salt Cess Salt Cess State Govt. Central Govt. Assistance (Rs. in Lakh) (Rs. in Lakh) (Rs. in Lakh) 425.63 238.78 200.41 388.51 234.66 430.81 302.87 221.88 31.94 409.90 233.69 15.21 846.27 250.07 15.79 987.86 282.98 21.53 1215.68 285.18 19.41

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From Salt Cess collected by Government of India, several welfare schemes for Agarias are implemented, which includes Approach Road, Drinking Water facility. Cyclone Shelter, Community Hall, Eye & Health Camp, Education facility for the children of agarias, Protection Kit, Mobile Rationing Van, Health Services and other aspects related to Salt Labour Welfare. The Government of India has introduced “Namak Mazdoor Awas Yojna” for construction of dwelling units for the agarias. This scheme is implemented in Gujarat State from the year 2004-05. During the year 201011, Rs. 1976.50 lakh have been disbursed towards “Namak Mazdoor Awas Yojna”. At the end of November, 2010, the total 3058 houses has been constructed in the state. The State Government has constituted High Level Empowered Committee under Chairmanship of Hon’ble Minister of Industries for sanction and implementation of scheme for development of salt industries and welfare of salt workers. During the year 2010-11, an assistance of Rs. 4128.00 lakh has been disbursed towards various welfare schemes for agarias and development works of salt industry. District Industries Centres : The District Industries Centres (DIC) are functioning at the districts level in the State. The main objective of establishing the DIC is to provide all assistance under one roof to the entrepreneurs engaged in dispersed and diversified industries and to those proposing to establish small and cottage industries. In order to achieve better co-ordination between agencies involved and to solve the problems of entrepreneurs, a “Single Window Industries Follow up Team (SWIFT)” has been constituted in all the districts under the
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Chairmanship of Collector of the district. Also, There is a District Industrial Executive Committee which meets periodically to discuss and solve the problems of industrialists with the help of the DIC. Moreover, the applicant can have proper guidance and authentic information of various scheme implemented by District Industries Centres (DICs) through the “Citizen Charter Center” in all the DICs. Results of Annual Survey of Industries 4.19 The provisional results of Annual Survey of Industries 2009-10, which covers the entire Factory Sector comprising industrial units (called factories) registered under section 2m(i) and 2m(ii) of the factory Act. 1948, employing 10 more workers with the aid of power, 20 or more workers without the aid of power and in addition to this bidi & cigar units registered under the bidi & cigar workers (conditions of employment) Act, 1966 are also covered in ASI. Although establishments under the control of the Defance Ministry, oil storage and distribution units, restaurants and cafes and technical training institutions not producing anything for sale or exchange were kept outside the coverage of the ASI. 4.20 The number of factories have increased from 14863 in 2008-09 to 15576 in 2009-10, showing an increase of 4.80 percent over the previous year. The net value added by factory sector in the State has also increased from Rs. 60417 crore in 2008-09 to Rs. 76938 crore in 2009-10, showing an increase of 27.34 percent over the previous year. 4.21 The value of output at current prices of all registered factories covered under the survey in State has increased from Rs. 5,08,088 crore in 2008-09 to 6,29,513 crore in 2009-10, showing an increase of 23.90 percent over the previous year. 4.22 The fixed capital Generated by the factory sector in the State has increased from Rs. 1,72,367 crore in 2008-09 to Rs. 2,39,650 crore in 2009-2010, which also shows an increase of 39.03 percent over the previous year. 4.23 The employment in all factories covered under the survey, inclusive of managerial, supervisory and clerical personnel has

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Char t-1 : NET V ALUE ADDED - FACTORY SECTOR (Rs . in Cr or e ) 80000 70000 60417 60000 50000 40000 30000 20000 10000 0 1139 4468

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Table-4.4 Year No.of Employ- Fixed Value Net factories ment Capital of output value added (Nos.) (Nos.) (Rs.crore) (Rs.crore) (Rs.crore) 3 4 5 6 7 8 2008-09 14863 1125543 172367 508088 60417 2009-10 15576 1158719 239650 629513 76938 2008-09 155321 11327485 1055966 3272798 2009-10 158877 11792814 1351324 3722777 2009-10 9.80 9.83 17.73 16.91 527766 582024 13.22

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The Table-4.4 provides data on number of factories, employment, value of output and net value added by manufacture at current prices for the year 2009-10 for the Gujarat state and all-India (Chart-1). Factories 4.28 The number of working registered factories in the State has increased from 24453 at the end of the year 2009(P) to 25206 at the end of the year 2010 (P). The average daily employment in the working factories has also increased from 12.58 lakh at the end of the year 2009(P) to 13.18 lakh at the end of the year 2010 (P). Chemical and Chemical products (except products of petroleum and coal) group was the leading industry group accounting for about 15.72 percent of the working factories at the end of the year 2010 (P). followed by manufacturing of Textile Products (11.39 percent), Manufacturing of other Non-Metallic Mineral Products (9.27 percent), Manufacturing of Food Products and Beverages(8.91 percent), Manufacturing of Fabricated Metal Products & Equipments (8.83 percent), Manufacturing of Machinery and Equipments N.E.C. (8.80 percent), Manufacturing of Basic Metal Products (7.22 percent), Manufacturing of Rubber and Plastic Products (5.21 percent), Manufacturing of

Wood Products & Cork (3.78 percent) and Agriculture, Hunting and related service activities (2.89 percent) (Chart-2 & 3). 4.29 As per the provisional figures of the year 2010, the average number of workers employed daily in working factories are concerned, Manufacturing of Textile products group was the leading industry group accounting for 17.40 percent followed by Manufacturing of Chemical and Chemical products (15.76 percent), Manufacturing of other Non-Metallic Mineral products (7.66 percent), Manufacturing of Food products and Beverages (7.55 percent), Manufacturing of Machinery and Equipments N.E.C. (6.74 percent), Manufacturing of Fabricated Metal products & Equipments (6.42 percent), Manufacturing of Basic Metal products (6.06 percent), Manufacturing of Rubber and Plastic products (4.53 percent), Manufacturing of Electrical Machinery and apparatus not elsewhere classified (2.84 percent) and Agriculture, Hunting & related service activities (2.73 percent). During the calendar year 2011 (upto September-2011), incidence of 23 strikes and lockouts have reported which have affected

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY 3944 workers and the total 33987 mandays were lost as against incidents of 20 strikes and lockouts having affected 2966 workers and total 41520 mandays were lost during the year 2010. Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation 4.31 Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation is a State public sector undertaking. It is established with an objective of development of basic industrial infrastructure on land acquired. Corporation has sanctioned development of 262 Industrial Estates till 2010-11. During the current financial year (Upto December, 2011), 1 new estate have been sanctioned. The corporation works for the balanced and rapid industrial development in the state. Development of infrastructure in developing areas will generate economic activity in that area and it will help in joining that area with the main stream of development. With this objective, corporation has planned to establish Industrial Estates in Tribal and developing areas. Corporation has so far developed 28 Industrial Estates in Tribal Area and 2 Industrial Estates in developing areas. With an aim to acquire maximum land through consent, Corporation has declared new land policy. Implementation of the said policy will not only help the corporation but will also share the benefit of development with land looser by making them partners in development process. The village panchayats along with land owners will be benefitted by this policy. In addition to this, corporation has also declared policy of establishment of Industrial estate under Public Private Partnership mode without acquisition land. 4.32 During the year 2011-12 (upto August-2011), Corporation has acquired 35302 hectares land for development of industrial estates. Cottage and Rural Industries 4.33 The various programmes and schemes have been implemented by the Cottage & Rural Industries Department for supplementary employment generation. 4.34 Self Employment Schemes : To provide self employment, "Shree Vajpayee Bankable Scheme" is being implemented. Under this scheme, the subsidy ceiling is Rs.10000, Rs. 15000 and Rs. 30000 for Trade, Service and Industry respectively. The unit cost is Rs. 2 lakh for Business Sector and Rs.5 lakh for Industry & Service Sector. A loan of Rs.24743.53 lakh and subsidy of Rs.3445.39 lakh had provided to 35637 beneficiaries during the year 2010-11. While during the year 2011-12, a loan of Rs.11666.46 lakh and subsidy of Rs.1850.25 lakh have been provided to the 15175 beneficiaries at the end of October-2011. 4.35 Under the "Manav Kalyan Yojana", 59914 toolkits had sanctioned against the target of 60000 for 147 different trades during the year 2010-11 for self-employment. During the year 2011-12 (up to October-2011) 70000 toolkits have been sanctioned against the target of 70000 under the scheme. The toolkits are sanction for BPL beneficiaries only. Cluster Development : The State Government have introduced "Cluster Development Scheme" to promote and strengthen existing crafts & craft-cluster of Khadi, Handloom, Handicraft, Gramodyog and Clay work. The scheme is being implemented with design intervention through NIFT, NID and its freelance designers for value addition in product. Total (up to October-2011) 91 clusters of Silk Weaving, Embroidery, Khadi, Wood work, Toys, Sujani, Saudagari Print, Mata ni Pachhedi etc. have been identified. Diagnostic survey of 88 clusters has been completed. Training completed in 67 clusters and 56 clusters started production under the scheme. Skill Up gradation Training : During the year 2010-11, 29978 beneficiaries and during the year 2011-12 (up to October-11) 14522 beneficiaries have been imparted Skill up gradation one year training through 47 Cottage Industries Training Centers and Short Term training by Boards/ Corporations of the Department. Market Promotion: For promotion of market for the goods produced by artisans of handlooms, handicraft and Cottage & Village Industries, fair and exhibitions were organized. It is planned to organized 135 fairs & exhibitions during the year 2011-12. 5000 artisans will participated and Rs.16.50 crore goods will be sold during the fairs and exhibitions.
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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY 4.39 Informal Sector : The 81.20 % of total work force is engaged in Informal Sector. During the year 2010-11 and 2011-12 (Up to October2011) Rs.5618.04 lakhs and Rs.1098.75 lakhs have been spent under various programmes for their upliftment respectively. 4.40 Employment Opportunity : The total of 231154 supplementary employment opportunities have been generated by Cottage & Rural Industries Sector during the year 2010-11. The total of 210000 supplementary employment opportunities have planned for the year 2011-12, out of which 151432 employment opportunities have already generated upto October-2011. 4.41 Sagar Khedu Yojana, Garib Samrudhi Yojana and Vanbandhu Yojana : Out of total 231154 supplementary employment opportunities generated during the year 2010-11, 13923 supplementary employment opportunities generated under "Sagar Khedu Sarvangi Vikas Yojana", 24756 supplementary employment opportunities generated under "Shaheri Garib Samrudhi Yojana" and 20745 supplementary employment opportunities generated under "Vanbandhu Yojana". Out of total 151432 supplementary employment opportunities generated during the Year 2011-12. 11623 supplementary employment opportunities generated under "Sagar Khedu Sarvangi Vikas Yojana", 19832 supplementary employment opportunities generated under "Saheri Garib Yojana" and 15208 supplementary employment opportunities were generated under "Vanbandhu Yojana upto October-2011. The Gujarat State Handloom and Handicrafts Development Corporation Ltd. 4.42 The main function of the Gujarat State Handloom and Handicraft Development Sr. No. Corporation is identification, revival of traditional Handicrafts/Handloom of Gujarat. 4.43 Promotion and Development : The corporation sales its product under the brand name of Garvi-Gurjari at Ahmedabad, Delhi, Kolkatta, Banglore, Hydrabad, Lucknaw, Mumbai, Vadodara, Surat, Surendranagar, Bharuch, Bhuj, Anand, Rakot and Gandhinagar etc. During the year 2010-11, the Corporation has organised 64 exhibitions and 24 Adivasi melas, while during the year 201112 (upto October, 2011) 26 exhibitions and 10 Adivasi melas have been organised in the state to market its products. During the year 2010-11 the corporation has organised training to 2650 handicraft and 1120 handloom workers, while during the year 2011-12 (upto October,2011) the corporation has organised training to 915 handicraft and 500 handloom workers. During the year 2010-11 the corporation has covered 2725 artisans under insurance scheme while during the year 201112 (upto October 2011) the corporation has covered 2800 artisans under insurance scheme. 4.44 The total sales of corporation was Rs.1605.67 lakh in the year 2009-10, while during the year 2010-11 it has reached to Rs.1975.75 lakh. Gujarat State Khadi Gramodyog Board 4.45 Gujarat State Khadi and Village Industries Board implements various activities for khadi and village industries through institutions and gives training to rural artisans. 4.46 The board implements various schemes for development of village industries like khadi and poly-cloth, soap, carpentry, blacksmithy, gur and khandsari, oil ghani, leather, pottery, bamboo work, incense stick etc. The information about the value of output, sales and employment in these industries are given in the following Table-4.5. Table-4.5 Industry 2009-10 2010-11 Value of Sales EmployValue of Sales Employoutput (Rs.in ment output (Rs.in ment (Rs.in lakh) lakh) (Nos.) (Rs.in lakh) lakh) (Nos.) 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Khadi 2647.33 3615.99 12136 2506.16 3454.06 8883 Village Industries 14007.29 15765.73 55958 5492.79 6186.33 4460 Grand Total-(I+II) 16654.62 19381.72 68094 7998.95 9640.39 13343
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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY 4.47 During the year 2010-11, Khadi worth Rs.25.06 crore was produced, while the sales was of Rs.34.54 crore. The Khadi industries have provided employment to 8883 persons during the year 2010-11. 4.48 The value of production, sales and employment of village industries for the year 2010-11 were Rs.54.93 crore, Rs.61.86 crore and 4460 persons respectively. MINING 4.49 Mineral Production : As per provisional estimates, the production of Steatite (Soap stone) and Gypsum during the year 2009-10 was 2360 and 34110 tonnes respectively. The production of Limestone, Lignite, Bauxite, Laterite and Dolomite were 34796, 7677, 2834, 186 and 831 thousand tonnes respectively. The production of Clay (others), China Clay, Bentonite, Quartz, Silica sand and Chalk were 10175, 1627, 1485, 421, 1105 and 181 thousand tonnes respectively. The production of Oil (Petroleum Crude) and Natural Gas was 5960 thousand tonnes and 2444 million cubic metres respectively. As per the provisional estimates, the value of mineral production of the State for the year 2009-10 is given in the Table-4.6. Gujarat Mineral Development Corporation Ltd. 4.50 The Corporation carries out mining of various minerals like bauxite, lignite, etc. The production of lignite during the year 200910 was 83.79 lakh metric tonnes which has
Table-4.6 Value of Mineral Production, 2009-10 (P) Mineral 1) Oil (Petroleum Crude) 2) Natural Gas 3) Major Minerals 4) Minor Minerals Total 1 Value (Rs. in Crore) 9968.10 782.08 1212.37 1043.71 3006.26

increased to 102.31 lakh metric tonnes during the year 2010-11 and the production of Bauxite was 4.65 lakh metric tonnes during the year 2009-10 which has also increased to 5.48 lakh metric tonnes during the year 2010-11. The information about the production of bauxite and lignite is given in the Table-4.7. 4.51 The Corporation having lignite mines located at Panandhro and Matano-madh in Kachchh district, Rajpardi in Bharuch district, Tadkeshwar in Surat district and Surkha in Bhavnagar district have produced 102.31 lakh M.Tonnes of lignite in 201011 as against 83.79 lakh M.Tonnes in 200910. The sale from Lignite projects of the corporation was Rs. 1085.89 crores in 201011 as against Rs. 736.58 crores in 2009-10. The Corporation has set up a 250 Mega Watt Power Plant at Nani Chher in Kachchh district wherein sale of 987 MUs valuing Rs. 233.67 crores in the year 2010-11 as against the sale of 1194 MUs valuing Rs. 269.03 crores in 2009-10 In addition, the corporation has set up 40.5 Mega Watt Wind Mills in 2010-11 (19.5 Mega Watt in 2009-10) at Maliya, Jodiya and Godsar in Saurashtra Region, where in sale of 51 MUs valuing Rs. 18.03 crores was in the year 2010-11 as against the sale of 10 MUs valuing Rs. 3.37 crores in 2009-10.

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5. INFRASTRUCTURE
GUJARAT INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT BOARD
5.1 The Gujarat Infrastructure Development Board has been set up to facilitate higher flow of funds in to infrastructure sectors, to promote the private sector participation and to ensure co-ordination among various Government agencies in the State. The State Government has enacted the Gujarat Infrastructure Development Act. 1999 to provide frame work for participation in the infrastructure projects by the private sector. The Vision of BIG 2020 : To make Gujarat a globally preferred place to live in and to do business through accelerated, balanced, inclusive and sustainable growth driven by robust social, industrial and physical infrastructure. The BIG 2020 has been prepared after detailed consultations in the backdrop of numerous developments that present a large opportunity for Gujarat (Table-5.1). 5.4 The BIG 2020 outlines investments in infrastructure areas. The creation of infrastructure is expected to attract investments in manufacturing and service facilities which will significantly increase employment and per capita incomes. Gujarat's five-pronged strategy 'Panchamrut' comprising knowledge, security, water, energy and power along with the BIG 2020 is expected to make significant impact on the state's human development index. The result would be all-round development touching all citizens, including those living in the remotest parts of the State. The details of various activities undertake by the GIDB during the reference period are given below. Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) Development : The Government of India is developing of Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) from Dadri (Haryana) to JNPT Mumbai. 38% alignment of Dedicated

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No Sector 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Energy - Power Sector Energy - Gas Sector SIR Dholera Industrial Nodes & Sezs within DMIC & other than SIR Dholera Industrial Parks and Special Economic Zones outside DMIC Roads Ports Railways Logistics parks & services Airports Urban Infrastructure Water Supply Information Technology Related Project Tourism Agro infrastructure Education Health Human resource requirement and development Environment Total Total Rs Crores 225254 123366 108520 33521 25736 73443 119957 85609 4248 15898 111924 136435 4289 48656 19417 15879 16117 200 12443 1180912 2010 36676 10097 0 0 0 22254 9562 2093 2104 2874 11603 27769 288 17058 0 4435 0 70 0 146883 Phasing - Rs Crore 2012 2017 47661 36760 16363 81235 4201 104319 5671 27850 15876 33995 43989 6238 2144 8573 13362 18596 1200 17886 3285 3183 3385 70 2,855 248532 9860 12162 42230 77278 0 4452 65122 49953 1563 13712 5142 4642 7666 60 6878 550882 2020 104158 15672 0 0 0 5031 24176 0 0 0 21837 40117 1239 0 10991 3620 5066 0 2710 234615

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY Freight Corridor (DFC) is passing through the state of Gujarat. 150 kms. along the alignment would be developed as Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor. The Gujarat Infrastructure Development Board (GIDB) is the nodal agency playing vital role for the DMIC development. Following works have been initiated as part of DMIC development. 5.7 The Government has decided to develop Sarkhej - Vataman - Pimpli-DholeraBhavnagar Road with 4 lane capacity. The State Government has also undertake prefeasibility study for the development of Ahmedabad-Dholera-Bhavnagar Express Way. The State has incorporated a special purpose company for the development of Metro Rail from Gandhinagar to Ahmedabad in the first phase. The Development of Special Investment Regions (SIR): The State has planned to develop world class economic hubs along the DMIC Corridor. The state has already enacted enabling Act i.e. Gujarat Special Investment Regions Act 2009 to provide for establishment, operation and management of large size investment regions and industrial areas and to specially enable their development as global hubs of economic activities supported by world class infrastructure, premium civic amenities, centre of excellence and proactive policy framework. The state has notified following special investment Region(s) under the said Act : (Table-5.2)
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5.10 Gujarat has taken numerous measures on Power Sector Reforms and has moved towards Corporatization/unbundling of Generation, Transmission and Distribution activities of the GEB. Accordingly, the Gujarat Electricity Board (GEB) was reorganised into 7 companies in 2005 consisting of : a Power Trading & Coordinating and monitoring Company - Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Limited (GUVNL), one power generating company - Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Ltd. (GSECL), one transmission company - Gujarat Energy Transmission Corporation Ltd. (GETCO) and 4 distribution companies i.e. Madhya Gujarat Vij Co. Ltd. (MGVCL), Dakshin Gujarat Vij Co. Ltd. (DGVCL), Uttar Gujarat Vij Co. Ltd. (UGVCL) and Paschim Gujarat Vij Co. Ltd. (PGVCL) with effect from 1st April, 2005. The total installed capacity of the State as on March, 2011 was 13134 MW (comprising of 4996 MW by Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Ltd. (GSECL), 5318 MW by Private Sector and 2820 MW by Central Sector Share). While as on October, 2011, it has touched to 13314 MW (comprising of 4996 MW by Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Ltd. (GSECL), 5318 MW by Private Sector and 3000 MW by Central Sector Share). The total Generation of Electricity in the State including GSECL (27762 MUs), Private sector (35785 MUs) and Central sector share (7709 MUs) was 71256 MUs in the year 2010-11 as against 69883 MUs generated in the previous year i.e. 2009-10. The total electricity generated in the year 2011-12 (upto October-2011) works out to 44937 MUs. (Chart-1) The total consumption of electricity during the year 2010-11 was 58670 MUs as against
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55005 MUs in the previous year i.e. 200910 (including Torrent Power Ltd.). The highest consumption was reported 23415 MUs (39.91%) by industrial use, followed by 13285 MUs (22.65%) by agricultural use, 9353 MUs (15.94%) by domestic use, 5993 MUs (10.22%) by other uses and 4412 MUs (7.52%) by commercial use. (Chart-2) The per capita consumption of electricity during the year 2010-11 was reported to 1512 units as against 1491 units of the previous year 2009-10. During the year 2010-11, the GUVNL has completed the electrification work of 36652 agricultural wells (including Tatkal Scheme) in the state. During the year 2011-12 (upto October, 2011), electrification work of 25889 agricultural wells have been completed. As a part of welfare policy, during the year 2010-11, the GUVNL had carried out 7321 electrification in Scheduled Castes households and in the year 2011-12 (Upto October-2011), the GUVNL has electrified 4801 Scheduled Castes households. During the year 2010-11, the GUVNL had released 38553 connections to Zupadpatti and in the year 2011-12 (upto October-2011), the

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GUVNL has released 47567 connections to zupadpatti under the State Government scheme. Under the Kutir Jyoti Scheme (State), during the year 2010-11, 23162 connections have been released. In the year 2011-12 (upto October-2011) 4484 connections (State) have been released. Under Rajiv Gandhi Gramin Vidyutikaran Yojana, 154663 BPL households have been electrified during the year 2010-11 and in the year 2011-12 (upto October-2011), 76139 BPL households have been electrified. Under the Sagarkhedu Sarvangi Vikas Yojana - Flagship Programme of Government, during the year 2009-10, work of strengthening of distribution and transmission network and erection of new sub-stations were carried out at an expenditure of Rs. 8842.60 lakhs. During the year 2010-11, expenditure booked is Rs. 14288.09 lakhs. In the year 2011-12 (upto September, 2011), expenditure booked is Rs. 4243.00 lakhs. The main objective of Gujarat Power Corporation Limited (GPCL) is to act as nodal agency for augmenting the power generating capacity in the State of Gujarat through private/joint sector participation and to identify power projects based on different fuels and prepare Techno-Economic feasibility report for such power projects. The following projects are under implementation : * 480 MW Pit head Lignite based Power Project at Ghogha in Bhavnagar district by Bhavanagar Energy Company Limited. * 700 MW Gas based Power Project at Kovaya in Amreli district in joint venture with GSPC Pipavav Power Company Limited.

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY 1000+ MW Coal based Power Project at Pipavav in joint venture with Torrent Power Limited. 5.21 GPCL also acts as nodal agency for selection of site for Nuclear Power Station in Gujarat. Government of Gujarat has given in-principle approval to Mithi-Virdi, District Bhavnagar site for proposed 8000/10000 MW large Costal Nuclear Power Project to be set-up by Nuclear Power Corporation of India which has been approved by GoI. Gujarat Energy Development Agency (GEDA) 5.22 Gujarat was the first state to announce the historic Solar Energy Power Policy. The details of Solar Power Generation initiatives are as under : * Gujarat is the first State in the country to announce a Solar Power Policy in January, 2009. * No other State has yet announced Solar Power Policy. * Govt. of India announced its Policy a year after Gujarat. * 82 investors signed Power Purchase Agreements to set up solar power project of 968.5 MW during Phase I of the Solar Power Policy allotment. * Foundation Stone laid for Asia's first 500 MW Solar Power Park on 2000 ha. land in Charanka village in remote corner of Patan district on December 30, 2010. The infrastructure facility will be provided for 500 MW of solar power plants. * Land allotted for over 200 MW Solar Power Generation Projects at Solar Park. * 1 MW Solar-Gird Integrated Power Plant commissioned at Pandit Deen Dayal Petroleum University (PDPU), Gandhinagar. * 10 KW capacity Wind-Solar Hybrid System commissioned at Udyog Bhavan, Gandhinagar. * 16 x 10 KW Roof Top Systems commissioned at 16 Government Buildings in Sachivalaya, Gandhinagar. * Government of India declared Gandhinagar as a Model Solar City Project setting example for Solar Cities throughout India and other nations. * International Finance Corporation will provide Public Private Partnership to design a 5 MW Solar Roof Top Power project for Gandhinagar, to reduce GHG emissions by 6000 tonnes. The state govenment has also embarked upon an ambitious plan to tap the large wind power potential along the coast of Saurashtra and Kachchh. Gujarat installed 2559 MW of Wind Power Projects along the coast of Saurashtra and Kachchh as of March 31, 2011. Under the Bio-Energy Power Generation Initiatives 20 MW Biomass based Power generating System was commissioned in Amreli and Junagadh. The state government has taken following Energy Conservation initiatives: * Energy audit in the government, domestic, commercial and industrial sectors. * Popularization of energy efficient devices. * Upgrading energy efficiency levels in the industrial sector. * Walk-Through Energy Audit (WTEA) Mapping Energy use in the small- scale sector. * Investment-Grade Energy Audit (IGEA) - Demonstration Project in 11 selected Buildings. * Only State to implement Energy efficiency in Agricultural Pumping Sector. * 60 MW load reduction through 11,000 energy efficient pumping sets. * Education - based awareness by building the capacity of industrial Training Institute's students across the state through customized energy education modules. * Annually mobilizing a force of 50,000 of Secondary School Students and 3600 School Teachers to make wise energy choices through Energy Conservation through the state wide Bal Urja Rakshak Dal Programme since 2003-04. GSPC is the first and only State Government undertaking in the field of Exploration of Oil & Gas. The company's has 64 oil and gas
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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY field blocks, out of which 53 are in India and 11 in overseas. Of the exploration blocks where the company is the operator, significant discoveries of Oil and Gas have been made in the KG-OSN-2001/3 in Andhra Pradesh and CB-ONN-2000/1 in Gujarat. GSPL successfully constructed and commissioned high pressure Gas Grid. The length of the pipeline network is 1874 kms as on May, 2011. This network passes through 18 districts of Gujarat. The current transmission of Natural Gas through above pipeline network of GSPL is about 35 MMSCMD to industries in various cities in Gujarat, including around 18 MMSCMD of re-gasified LNG. Under the direction of Government of Gujarat, GSPC Gas Company Ltd. has implemented City Gas Distribution networks in approx. 190 locations which include cities, towns and villages of Gujarat. At present GSPC Gas is supplying 4 MMSCMD of gas to more than 300965 domestic household, 120 CNG Stations, 1068 commercial & noncommercial customers and 1443 Industrial customers in the state of Gujarat. GSPC Gas is also supplying gas to automobile sector through CNG. The Company is supplying daily average of CNG to the tune of 3.50 lakh kilogram to more than 65,000 vehicles which includes mainly State Transportation buses, cars and auto rickshaws. In order to augment the power supply in Gujarat to the various industries and households, a 700 MW gas based power plant is being constructed near Pipavav. Similarly, 156 MW gas based power plant at Hazira is also under expansion by another 350 MW. Both the above projects are expected to be commissioned during 2011-12. GPPC has been allotted 5 MW solar power project by Energy & Petrochemicals Department, Government of Gujarat for which the PPA is signed and land is allotted in the solar park. To promote greener power, GSPC has established a 52.5 MW power project on development cum O&M model at village : Jakhau, Dist : Kachchh, Gujarat and Gujarat
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ROADS AND TRANSPORT Railways
5.34 The total length of railway lines in the State as on 31st March-2009 was 5328 route kms. comprising of 3193 kms. of Broad Gauge (BG), 1364 kms. of Meter Guage (MG) and 771 kms. of Narrow Guage (NG) lines. The total length of roads (except Non-plan, Community, Urban and Project roads) in the State has increased to 74117 kms. at the end of 2008-09 from 74112 kms. at the end of 2007-08. Out of the total road length of 74117 Kms., the length of surfaced roads was 71662 Kms. (96.69 percent), where as unsurfaced roads was 2455 Kms., (3.31 percent) by the end of 2008-09. Out of the total road length of 74117 kms. at the end of the year 2008-09, the length of National Highways, State Highways, Major District Roads, Other District Roads and Village Roads was 3245 kms., 18460 kms., 20530 kms., 10254 kms. and 21628 kms. respectively. The number of registered motor vehicles have increased from 129.93 lakh at the end of 2010-11 to 136.36 lakh at the end of September-2011, showing an increase growth of 4.95 percent. About 73.05 percent of the total registered vehicles were motor-cycle class vehicles (two wheelers). During the year 2011-12 (April-September-2011), the number of registered motor cycles/scooters/ mopeds increased to 99.61 lakh from 95.08 lakh registered at the end of March-2011, showing a rise of 4.77 percent. The number of auto-rickshaws, motor cars (including jeeps), goods vehicles (including tempos), trailers and tractors registered an increase of 22610, 89168, 32006, 11131 and 25664 respectively during the year 2011-12 (AprilSeptember-2011).

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national permits and in the same time PORT DEVELOPMENT period approximately 780082 national 5.42 The State of Gujarat, located on the West permits have been issued in India. Coast of India, has about 1600 Km. long
5.39 All India Tourist Permit : The State Transport Authority, Gujarat State issues All India Tourist permits to the tourist buses and taxis. At the end of March, 2011, 1328 permits for tourist taxi cabs and 255 for tourist omni buses were in force while at the end of December, 2011. 349 permits for tourist taxi cabs and 304 for tourist omni buses are in force. The number of routes operated by the Corporation at the end of 2009-10 were 14947, which has decreased to 14867 at the end of the year 2010-11. The route kms. coverage has increased from 11.16 lakh kms. in 2009-10 to 11.21 lakh kms. in 2010-11. The average number of vehicles on road during the year 2010-11 were 6327 as against 6514 in 2009-10. The average number of passengers travelled per day has decreased from 23.23 lakh in 2009-10 to 22.06 lakh in 2010-11. Gross earning of the Corporation which was Rs.1885.28 crore (Tentative) in 2009-10 has increased to 1978.50 crore (Tentative) in 2010-11. The details regarding Aircraft movement as well as passengers and cargo traffic from International and Domestic Airports in Gujarat during the year 2009-10 as compared to the previous year are given in the Table-5.3.
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coastline. Gujarat is strategically positioned to service the vast north and central Indian hinterland. 5.43 The State has 41 minor and intermediate ports, geographically dispersed across South Gujarat (14 ports), Saurashtra (23 ports) and Kachchh region (4 ports). Also in the State of Gujarat there is a major port of Kandla, under the administrative control of the Central Government. In order to accelerate the development of ports and putting their working on commercial footing a nodal maritime authority viz. Gujarat Maritime Board (GMB) has been constituted on 5th April-1982. Major Port-Kandla : The total cargo handled by the Kandla Port in quantitative terms has increased from 795.00 lakh tonnes in the year 2009-10 to 818.80 lakh tonnes in the year 2010-11, showing an increase of 2.99 percent over the previous year (including transhipment). The imports from Kandla port have decreased by 1.06 percent while exports have increased by 17.22 percent respectively during the year 2010-11 as compared to the previous year. During the year 2011-12 (April-December2011) the total cargo handled by major port Kandla has been recorded to 609.10 lakh tonnes (including transhipment).
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(1) (A) Domestic : Bhuj 1530 1458 52629 69925 54667 69276 28 Bhavnagar 1508 1484 31473 34465 29457 33721 9 Baroda 6844 5580 222334 250677 226176 250175 971 Jamnagar 730 732 34907 32773 39509 36127 123 Rajkot 1880 2154 65201 94837 63602 92073 387 Ahmedabad 26043 26717 1082239 1362174 1059370 1316877 6598 Surat 654 835 13552 15854 14970 16351 9 Total - A 39189 38960 1502335 1860705 1487751 1814600 8125 (B) International : Ahmedabad 5635 5635 315431 416846 293429 382038 5769 Total - B 5635 5635 315431 416846 293429 382038 5769 Total (A+B) 44824 44595 1817766 2277551 1781180 2196638 13894

Table-5.3 Passengers (Nos.) Embarking Disembarking 200820092008200909 10 09 10 (4) (5) (6) (7)

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY 5.47 Intermediate and Minor Ports : The Intermediate and Minor ports of Gujarat handled a total cargo of 2309.07 lakh tonnes during the year 2010-11 as against 2055.40 lakh tonnes handled during the preceding year, showing an increase of about 12.34 percent. While during the year 2011-12 (AprilOctober, 2011), intermediate and minor ports have handled the total cargo of 1471.78 lakh tonnes. The State of Gujarat has formulated a port policy in 1995 to fulfill the requirement of import/export demand. As per the Port Policy, Gujarat Maritime Board has identified 10 green field sites for development as direct berthing deep-water ports. Out of 10 ports, 4 ports will be developed by GMB along with consortium State Government, public sector and/or private companies, whereas remaining sites, by exclusive private sector investment. Among the identified ports, Mundra, Dahej and Hazira have been developed. Port Developers for Chhara is selected and it is being developed by M/s. Shapoorji Pallonji Co. Ltd. GMB has invited bids for selection of developer for Nargol port. For Vansiborsi port, GMB has engaged consultant for fresh Pre-Feasibility Report. The developer for Dholera port is also selected. However, due to the Kalpsar project, the port site at Dholera needs to be relocated. Apart from the 10 Greenfield sites identified in Port Policy, GMB has also selected new sites viz. Dahej, Khambhat, Mahuva, Modhawa and Kachchigadh to be developed on BOOT basis through private investment. GMB initiated process for selection of developers for the above port projects and accordingly, LOI have been issued to M/s. Larsen & Toubro, M/s. Nirma chemicals M/s. Sterling Port Limited for development of Kachhigadh, Mahuva and Dahej Port, respectively. The Gujarat Pipavav Port Limited at Pipavav in Saurashtra and the Gujarat Adani Port Limited at Mundra in Kachchh, both all Weather, direct berthing, deep sea ports, represent the country’s first greenfield ports developed in participation of private sector on BOOT basis. Further the country’s first two LNG terminals have been developed in Gujarat through private investment participation.
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As a part of development of ports through private investments, a captive jetty model was succeed and 26 such jetties/SBMs are operational. As on 31st March-2011, there were 8982 Post offices/branches. As on 31st October, 2011 there were total landline connections and internet subscribers of BSNL were 1650463 and 106772 respectively. While as per COAI data there were 37894321 G.S.M.cellular connection in Gujarat at the end of October, 2011. The details of the telecommunications in the state is given in the Table-5.4. Branch Expansion : During the year 201011, total number of bank branches increased by 342 (Metro-82, Urban-118, Semi-Urban - 54 and Rural - 88) taking the total network of branches from 6091 as of March, 2010 to 6433 as of March, 2011 in the state. During the year 2011-12, as of September, 2011, the total network of bank branches in the state as increased to 6515.
Table-5.4. : Telecommunications in Gujarat

POST AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS
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BANKING
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5.49

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(1) No. of Post offices (As on March, 2011) 8982 Communications (a) BSNL (October, 2011) Trunk Service (i) No. of local PCOs 36781 (ii) No. of STD/PCOs 14780 Internet Connections (i) No. of Internet Subscribers 106772 (ii) No. of Internet Dhabhas 98 Telephone Connections (i) Landline 1650463 (ii) WLL-Fixed 231921 (iii)WLL-Mobile 32363 (iv GSM Mobile 3823058 (b) Cellular Connections (At the end of October, 2011) (i) Vodaphone-Essar 15376521 (ii) Idea 7502330 (iii) Bharti Airtel 6796184 (iv) BSNL 3823058 (v) Etisalat DB Telecom 28567 (vi) Videocon 1161145 (vii) Uninor 2557729 (viii) Aircel Ltd. 648767 (ix)Loop mobile 20 Total 37894321 Source : (1) Post Master General (2) Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd., Gujarat Circle, A’bd. (3) www.coai.in

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY 5.55 Deposits: The aggregate deposits of the banks in Gujarat increased by Rs. 46777 crores in absolute terms from Rs. 225299 crores as of March, 2010 to Rs. 272076 crores as of March, 2011 registering a growth of 20.76 percent during the year ended March 2011, as compared to 17.42 percent recorded during the previous year. During the year 2011-12, as of September, 2011, the aggregate deposit of all the banks in Gujarat increased by Rs. 19891 crore to Rs.291967 crore, registering a growth of 7.31 percent over March, 2011 (Table-5.5) Advances : During the year 2010-11, the aggregate credit increased by Rs. 32228 crores in absolute terms from Rs. 155575 crores as of March, 2010 to Rs. 187803 crores as of March, 2011 registering a growth of 20.72 percent during the year ended March 2011, as against 18.00 percent recorded during the previous year. During the year 2011-12, as of September, 2011, the aggregate advances of all the banks in Gujarat increased by Rs. 9082 crore to Rs.196885 crore, registering a growth of 4.83 percent over March, 2011. The State has witnessed good growth both in Deposits and Advances during the year
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2010-11 at 20.76 percent and 20.72 percent respectively. The deposits had grown by 17.42 percent and advances by 18.00 percent as of March, 2010. While during the year 2011-12, as of September, 2011, the aggregate deposits and advances of all the banks in Gujarat increased by 7.31 percent and 4.83 percent over March, 2011. Credit-Deposit ratio: The Credit-Deposit ratio stood at 69.03 percent as of March 2011, which has slightly declined by 0.02 percent over the ratio of 69.05 percent as of March 2010. The Credit-Deposit ratio stood at 67.43 percent as of September, 2011, which has declined by 1.60 percent, over the ratio of 69.03 percent as of March 2011. Priority Sector Advances : During the year 2010-11, the priority sector advances increased by Rs. 10504 crores in absolute terms from Rs. 61471 crores as of March, 2010 to Rs. 71975 crores as of March, 2011 registering a growth of 20.72 percent during the year ended March 2011, as against 18.00 percent recorded during the previous year. The Ratio of Priority Sector Advances to Net Banking Credit stood at 46.26 percent which was well above the Benchmark level of

TABLE 5.5 : BANKING AT A GLANCE IN GUJARAT STATE - MARCH, 2011 March-2010 March-2011 ChangeOver Previous Year Total No. of Branches 6091 6433 342 Category of Branches Rural 2759 2847 88 Semi-Urban 1533 1587 54 Urban 981 1099 118 Metro 818 900 82 Key Indicators (Amount Rs. in crore) Deposits 225299 272076 46777 Advances Credit Deposit Ratio Priority Sector Advances Agricultural Advances SSI Advances Weaker Section Advances Issuance of Kisan Credit Card for the period ended Accounts (Nos.) Amount 2225441 10824 2527514 12684 302073 1860 39 155575 69.05 61471 24955 19859 9826 187803 69.03 71975 31401 24825 11605 32228 (-) 0.02 10504 6446 4966 1776

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY 40.00 percent and the Ratio of agricultural advances to Net Banking Credit was also above the Benchmark level of 18.00 percent which stood at 20.18 percent. However, the ratio under Weaker Sections advances which was below the mandatory target of 10.00 percent of the Net Banking Credit and remained at 7.46 percent at the end of 2010-11. While during the year 2011-12, the priority sector advances increased by Rs. 5820 crores in absolute terms from Rs. 71975 crores as of March, 2011 to Rs. 77795 crore as on September 2011, registering a growth of 8.09 percent . Agriculture advances has marginally declined from 31401 crore as of March, 2011 to Rs. 30902 crores as of September, 2011 registering a decline of 1.59 percent to 16.45 percent of Net Banking Credit. However, the ratio under Weaker Sections advances which was below the mandatory target of 10.00 percent of the Net Banking Credit and remained at 6.98 percent as of September 2011. Kisan Credit Cards: The no. of KCC accounts have increased from 22.25 lacs with an amount of Rs.10824 crore as of March 2010 to 25.28 lacs with an amount of Rs.12684 crore as of March 2011. The no. of KCC Type of Societies At the end of the Year accounts have further increased to 27.02 lacs with an amount of Rs.16067 crore as of September 2011. At present, 30 Financial Literacy and Credit Counselling Centres (FLCCs) are established in 24 districts, out of 26 districts in Gujarat State. To promote self employment and skill upgradation for unemployed rural youth, commercial banks and State Government agreed to establish training institutes like RSETIs (Rural Self Employment Training Institutes) in each district of the State. RSETIs is functioning in all the 26 districts of Gujarat.

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CO-OPERATION Credit Societies
5.64 The information about the working of credit co-operative societies in the State for the year 2008-09 and 2009-10 is presented in the Table-5.6. The working capital of State Co-operative Bank, Central Co-operative Bank, Industrial Bank, Agricultural & Non Agricultural Credit Societies have increased (9.83 %) while, the working capital of Land Development Bank has decreased (2.64 %) at the end of the year 2009-10 as compared to the year 200809. The loan advance issued during the year Loans (Rs. in lakh) OutOver- Proporstanding dues tion of overdues to outstanding (%) 7 8 9 228260 191591 592507 733842 23375 21188 61357 59668 16885 21566 120438 112054 18919 18821 40691 39105 58133 57333 300316 245070 7.40 11.26 20.33 15.27 80.94 88.83 66.32 65.54 17.74 17.04 23.12 16.64

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4 1 1 18 18 1 1 1 1 8240 8344 5392 5440

5 449458 613773 1381854 1608979 74167 77371 82671 80492 482228 492921 3031521 3098906

6 152757 279974 623461 687247 23375 22472 10544 12932

304045 327751 333563 336406 695540 1298722 714527 1473045

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY 2009-10 has decreased in case of Industrial Banks as compared to previous year. The proportion of overdues to outstanding in case of State Bank and Industrial co-operative Bank have increased, while it has decreased in case of Central Bank, Land Development Bank, Agricultural & Non-Agricultural Credit Societies at the end of year 2009-10 as compared to the previous year.

GUJARAT STATE DISASTER MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY
5.68 The Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority (GSDMA) was constituted vide GR dated 8.2.2001 in the aftermath of the Gujarat Earthquake of 2001. There after, the Gujarat Government has enacted the Gujarat State Disaster Management Act 2003 and in accordance with the provisions of this Act the Government vide its GR dated 11.8.2003 has constituted the Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority under the Act effect from 1.9.2003. The Hon'ble Chief Minister is the Chairman of GSDMA. The Government of Gujarat has adopted a multi-hazard holistic approach to disaster Management with a focus on reducing risk and vulnerability through policy, legislation, capacity building, education and communication to mitigate the impact of Disaster and achieve better preparedness. Gujarat falls in the high intensity Seismic zones III, IV & V and seismic surveillance in the Loans (Rs. in lakh) OutOver- Proporstanding dues tion of overdues to outstanding(%) 7 8 9 11803 11717 10838 9125 323 359 7191 109333 9035 5066 30849 29887 2592 1371 0 0 43 45 87 84 702 210 3974 3378 8635 8638 419 417 0 0 0.40 0.49 26.93 23.40 9.76 0.19 43.98 66.68 27.99 28.90 16.17 30.42
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5.66 The Table-5.7 provides information about the working of non-credit societies in the State at the end of the years 2008-09 and 2009-10. The working capital of Marketing Societies, Milk Supply, Livestock Products & Poultry etc. Farming, Irrigation, Agricultural Societies, Sugar Factory and all other type of societies has increased at the end of the year 200910. The proportion of overdues to outstanding of Farming, Irrigation & other Agricultural societies and Sugar factories decreased in the year 2009-10 as compared to the previous year. Type of Societies At the end of the Year

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Table - 5.7_ No. of Working Societies Capital (Rs. in lakh)

During the year Issued

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2 Marketing Societies Milk supply, LiveStock Products & Poultry etc. Farming, Irrigation & other Agricultural Societies Sugar Factories Cotton Ginning & Pressing, etc. Housing Societies All other types of Societies

3 2008-09 2009-10 2008-09 2009-10 2008-09 2009-10 2008-09 2009-10 2008-09 2009-10 2008-09 2009-10 2008-09 2009-10

4 1791 1775 12806 13114 5248 5486 18 17 4899 5053 17370 17531 7648 8055

5 95954 99103 403285 439622 4736 5254 236338 341690 44054 43429 138362 93969 30258 45748

6 1022 469 2350 2066 262 262 10959 7707 7083 2750 604 620 392 467

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY regions is required. Hence, an Institute of Seismological Research (ISR) of international standard has been set up in the state as part of the World Bank funded Gujarat Emergency Earthquake Reconstruction Project. The ISR will be involved in pure and applied research in the field of seismology. The institute will network with similar centers across the World for research and sharing the best practices. In order to prepare the state for long term disaster mitigation and prevention, the State Government, at that time, had taken a conscious decision to set up a State Level Institute for Disaster Management and Mitigation in the State. Taking this into consideration and with a view to impart training to Government officials at various levels, NGOs and communities on a continuous on-going basis, the State Government decided to set up Gujarat Institute of Disaster management (GIDM) at Gandhinagar. GIDM was hence established on 26th January 2004 by the Government of Gujarat. Presently the training programmes of GIDM are being held at SPIPA, Ahmedabad. For current year (till October 2011) GIDM has conducted 30 training programmes and trained 747 participants against the annual target of 20 programmes and 400 participants. The Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority has already taken active measures for the construction of "District Emergency Operation Centers" (DEOCs) and to make it well-equipped in all the 26 Districts of Gujarat. Such centers are already functioning in 26 districts at present, and the construction work at two new center is under progress. To co-operate these District centers, a network of five Emergency Response Centers is being established at regional level at Gandhinagar, Surat, Vadodara, Rajkot and Gandhidham. Out of which centers at Gandhinagar and Rajkot are already completed. It has already been planned to enable that centers at Gandhidham, Surat and Vadodara to function by June 2012. Proposal to join National Cyclone Risk Mitigation Project (NCRMP) has been submitted and therefore Gujarat Cyclone Risk Mitigation Project (GCRMP) may be
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implemented through the Central Government funds under the name of NCRMP. Mangrove plantation has been done in over 1000 ha of coastal area to reduce the effect of Tsunami and Cyclone. Construction and strengthening of saline embankments along with shelter belt plantation has been proposed to prevent the salinity ingress in the coastal areas. A total of approx. 52 km of road has been identified for upgradation in order to improve connectivity with risk prone villages. The project has been designed to reduce the vulnerability of people, environment and infrastructure against coastal hazards. It is expected to eventually contribute to the socioeconomic growth of the Gujarat state. The civil structure for the State Emergency Operations Centre (SEOC) has been completed this year. The SEOC is intended to be the central control centre for the state in the event of a natural or a man-made disaster. Natural disasters such as floods, earthquakes, cyclones etc. cause damage and result in disruption of Information and Communications infrastructure. The SEOC shall be linked with 26 district emergency operation centers (DEOCs), 5 Emergency Response Centers (ERCs) in Gandhingar, Rajkot, Surat, Vadodara and Gandhidham and 26 most vulnerable Talukas in the first phase. SEOC will also connect 21 most vulnerable villages with Alert and Warning systems. Apart from the communication infrastructure and application systems to manage disasters, the project also conceptualizes a call centre that will work in tandem with 108 to reach out to people in cases where a large scale intervention is required by the government. As a direction of the Supreme Court, adequate fire-extinguishers have been provided in all the government schools of Gujarat. Necessary guideline and training material to ensure safety of schools against fire hazard have been distributed. GSDMA has initiated the process of preparing a comprehensive State Disaster Management Plan for the State as per the guidelines issued by the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA). The SDMP would also cover the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and the departmental level plans of all the line departments of the State

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY Government pertaining to each hazard. The SDMP will be prepared by December 2011 and placed before the State Govt. for approval. As a part of disaster management activity for prevention of a Industrial/Chemical disaster and mitigation their effect as well as to save life, properties, living creatures & environment. GSDMA has taken an initiation for not only the preparation of Chemical & Industrial Disaster Management Plan, but also Institution & Legal frame work at the National ,State & Local Govt. Level, organization structure for handling Chemical & Industrial hazards in the state, response mechanism in the wake of industrial chemical hazards, vulnerability area evaluation for damage assessment due to probable Industrial chemical disaster, creation and management of an integrated database for quick and effective response are suggestion for the best GIS based system. As a part of Disaster Management activity, GSDMA has taken an initiation for the development of Mini Emergency Response center (MERCs) on Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode in Vapi, Hazira, Dahej and Ankleshwar to save life, properties, living creatures & environment in the said Industrial pocket in case of Probable Industrial Chemical Disaster. GSDMA has prepared an Action Plan for Nuclear and Radiological Emergencies. The plan includes steps need to be taken by the concerned departments. It also includes response matrix which is precisely indicating the roles and responsibilities of the stakeholders in case of a nuclear emergency.

5.77

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6. SOCIAL SECTORS
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IN GUJARAT
6.1. The concept of Human Development advocates that the people are the real wealth of the nation and that is why, the expansion of human capabilities, widening of choices and enhancement of freedom and fulfillment of human rights are the key dimensions of the Human Development. The Human Development Index is the composite index of three basic indicators: (1) Longevity (i.e. Life expectancy at Birth), (2) Knowledge (Primary - Secondary enrolment and adult literacy) and (3) Per Capita Income. These all three indicators have been given an equal weightage (1/3). India ranked 134 out of 187 countries in the Human Development Index in Global Human Development Report (UN Human Development Report 2011). The absolute value of Human Development Index has increased from 0.512 in 2010 to 0.547 in 2011, an increase of 6.84 percent over the period. India Human Development Report 2011 published by Planning Commission of India reveals that Human Development Index has increased by 21 percent (from 0.387 in 19992000 to 0.467 in 2007-08) in the last decade. Among the top five states, Kerala topped the index, followed by Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Goa, and Punjab. The overall improvement in the index was largely attributed to 28.5% in education index across the country. As per India Human Development Report 2011 published by Planning Commission of India, Gujarat ranked 11th among all the states of the country. The Human Development Index value has increased from 0.466 in 19992000 to 0.527 in 2007-08; a gain of 13 Percent over the period. In Income, Health and Education sector it has gained 15 percent, 13 percent, and 13 Percent, respectively over the period 1999-2000 to 2007-08. The State Government has given the highest priority to development of Social Sectors which have direct impact on Human Development by allocating about 40 percent of the total outlay to Social Sectors in the 11th Five Year Plan 2007-12.
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To address specific pockets of underprivileged spread over specific geographical areas / regions, State Government has started Flagship Programmes like Sagarkhedu Sarvangi Vikas Yojana, Vanbandhu Kalyan Yojana, Garib Samruddhi Yojana and 41 Developing Talukas. Besides, various Mission Mode Programmes like Kanya Kelavani, Gunotsav, Krishi Mahotsav, Nirmal Gujarat, Skill Development, Nirogi Bal Sakha Yojana, Mamata Abhiyan etc. are also being implemented to improve Human Development Index of the State. The Government of Gujarat is endeavoring to achieve the objectives of total literacy by strengthening various programmes / schemes of Primary Education, Mid-Day Meal Programme, Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Higher Education and Technical Education. The State Government has started various programmes as Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalay, Vidya Deep Insurance, Vidya Laxmi Bond, Distribution of Cost free Text Book, Kanya Kelavani Mahotsav and Gunotsav Programme, etc. to improve qualities of education. In the context of Status of Human Development, the State Government has set up a Social Infrastructure Development Board under the Chairmanship of Hon'ble Chief Minister, with a well defined mandate to improve and expand the state human capabilities. For improving the standard of living of the people at large, the State Government has also established "Gujarat Social Infrastructure Development Board Society (GSIDBS) as an autonomous body under the Societies Registration Act - 1860 and Bombay Society Act - 1950, along with a Governing Body consisting of 10 members, Add. Chief Secretary (Planning), General Administration Department is the Chairperson of Governing Body. The Directorate of Human Development has been established in 2007-08, under the General Administration Department (Planning), to gear up the desired activities related to Human Development.

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6.2.

6.3.

6.8

6.4.

6.5.

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY 6.10 The following activities have been undertaken during the year 2010-11 and 2011-12 (1) The Draft reports of District Human Development Report (DHDR) for selected five districts - Sabarkantha, Surendranagar, Jamnagar, Surat and The Dangs have been prepared under the Strengthening State Plan for Human Development (SSPHD) project. The Draft reports are under finalization stage at State level. More five districts viz, Tapi, Bharuch, Panchmahal, Kheda and Banaskantha have been selected for preparation of District Human Development Report (DHDR), with the help of two Research Institutes and three Universities. (2) The Coffee Table Book of "Sagar Khedu Sarvangi Vikas Yojana" published as a part of Celebration of Golden Jubilee Year of the State. (3) The "VERBATIM"-speeches of H.E. Governor of Gujarat, in the sessions of Legislative Assembly since 1961 to 2010 (vol.1,2,3) published as a part of Celebration of Golden Jubilee Year of the State. (4) A report on " Mid Term Appraisal of Flagship Scheme of Developing Talukas" is under preparation. (5) Following Evaluation/Impact Assessment Studies have been undertaken / completed during year 2010-11 and 2011-12; (i) Socio-Economic Impact Assessment for Forest and non Forest programmes in Tribal Districts (Gujarat) (completed). (ii) Current Socio-Economic Status of the Most Deprived among the Scheduled Caste Communities: A Study with Human Development Perspective" (at finalization stage). (iii) Evaluation of Mid-Day Meal Scheme in Western and North-East Regions of Gujarat - ( completed) (iv) Development in Selected Developing Talukas and Adjoining Developed Talukas in State of Gujarat.- (completed). 6.14 (v) Evaluation: " MCH services in Gujarat: A Rapid Household survey" in 26 districts of Gujarat (at finalization stage). (vi) Impact Assessment of Krushi Mahotsav in Gujarat (2005-2010) (at finalization stage). (vii)Retrospective and concurrent evaluation and monitoring of the ' School Health Programme' / 'School Health Week' in Gujarat (in progress).

EDUCATION
6.11 Education has a multiplier effect on other social sectors like health, women development, employment, child development, labour etc. It is also of great instrumental value in the process of economic growth and development. Education not only improve the quality of life of the people, it also provides opportunities for progress. The number of educational institutions imparting primary education in the State were 40723 in 2010-11 as against 39952 in 2009-10. The number of pupils enrolled in these schools were 81.45 lakh in 2010-11 as against 78.18 lakh in the previous year. The process of improving retention and decreasing drop out rate for elementary level (Std. I - V) is encouraging. The drop out rate for elementary section has decreased substantially from 22.30 percent in 1999-00 to 2.09 percent in 2010-11. Similarly the drop out rate for the standard I to VII has also decreased from 41.48 percent in 199900 to 7.95 percent in 2010-11 (Table-6.1). In the state the Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) and Net Enrolment Ratio (NER) for the year 2010-11 in primary education Std. I to VII has been recorded at 104.08 and 98.64 respectively (Table-6.2). The Gujarat Council of Elementary Education (GCEE) is the state level implementing agency for Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Mission (SSAM) in all the 26 districts and 8 Municipal Corporation in State. Under the umbrella of SSAM, “National Programme of Education for Girls at Elementary Level (NPEGEL) is being implemented in 1552 clusters of 78 rural
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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY Table -6.1 : Drop out rate in Primary Education Year Std I to V Std I to VII Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total 1999-00 23.77 20.83 22.30 42.76 39.90 41.48 2000-01 21.05 20.81 20.93 40.53 36.90 38.92 2001-02 20.46 20.53 20.50 39.16 35.28 37.22 2002-03 19.08 19.14 19.12 37.80 33.17 35.46 2003-04 17.79 17.84 17.83 36.59 31.49 33.73 2004-05 8.72 11.77 10.16 15.33 22.80 18.79 2005-06 4.53 5.79 5.13 9.97 14.02 11.82 2006-07 2.84 3.68 3.24 9.13 11.64 10.29 2007-08 2.77 3.25 2.98 8.81 11.08 9.87 2008-09 2.28 2.31 2.29 8.58 9.17 8.87 2009-10 2.18 2.23 2.20 8.33 8.97 8.66 2010-11 2.08 2.11 2.09 7.87 8.12 7.95 Educationally Backward Blocks (EBBs) and going to nearby schools. 32 clusters of 11 urban slums in 21 districts 6.16 Right to Education Act has been (excluding Bharuch, Dang, Porbandar, Tapi implemented in state. Now Std. 1 to 5 will and Valsad) in the state. It also implements be named as primary education and Std. 6 to Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalay 8 will be named as upper primary education. (KGBV) Yojana, under which, residential The Std. 8 has been started in 5000 primary elementary schools with boarding facilities schools since June, 2010. New 13000 Vidya are setup for girls belonging to the Sahayaks have been appointed from trained disadvantaged group of SC/ST/OBC/ bachelors for Maths-Science and English Minority and BPL in scattered areas. Under subjects in Std. 8 in the year 2011-12 and KGBV, in 19 district of Gujarat, a total of the Process of recruitment of these teachers 86 Residential Upper Primary schools have have been completed within short period of been already opened, comprising 43 - A only one month. module type-1 schools, 22 - B module typeThe State Government has introduced 2 schools and 21 - C module type-3 schools. 6.17 ‘Vidya Deep’ insurance scheme to provide In all these KGBV, total 6187 girls have been insurance coverage for accidental death of enrolled. New 23 KGBV have been started students studying in Primary schools. from January 2011. For implementation of Government has decided to provide Right to Education Act of which there are 4 insurance coverage under the scheme in A module 1 type, 11 B module 2 type and 8 accidental death, except suicide or natural C module 3 type KGBV schools. Module 1 death. Death by any other means viz. provides school and residential facility to earthquake, floods, cyclone, fire, riots, 100 girls, Module 2 provides school and accidental poisoning, dogbite or bite by any residential facility to 50 girls and module 3 other beast or accidental death by any other provides only residential facility to 50 girls Table - 6.2 : Year wise Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) & Net Enrolment Ratio (NER) Std. I to VII GER NER Boys Girls Total Boys Girls 109.68 109.39 109.54 96.06 95.23 110.68 110.39 110.54 96.56 95.73 111.78 111.49 111.64 97.83 96.23 103.11 100.84 101.98 98.17 96.67 104.00 101.72 102.86 98.58 97.07 104.67 102.34 103.51 98.82 98.04 105.03 103.12 104.08 99.06 98.23

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY means at any place during 24 hours of day. Insurance has been increased to Rs. 50000 from Rs 25000. All the students of primary schools/Ashram shalas have been covered under the scheme. Its premium Rs. 375 lakh was paid in 2010-11. The scheme of “Vidya Laxmi Bond” has been introduced to encourage the parents to send their girl child to school and provide education atleast upto primary level. Under this scheme, the villages and cities where female literacy rate is less than 35 percent, a bond of Rs.1000 is provided at the time of admission in Std. I, receivable after completion of Std. VII. This will lead to 100 percent enrolment and retention. During the year 2010-11, an expenditure of Rs. 1300.00 lakh was incurred against outlay of Rs. 1043.00 lakh. While for the year 2011-12, provision of Rs. 1300.00 lakh has been made for this scheme. Distribution of Costfree Text Books: The scheme to provide costfree textbooks to students in primary schools managed by District Education Committees and Municipal Corporations is being implemented since 7 th five year plan. Textbooks to these students are provided at free of cost in beginning of first academic term. About 71 lakh sets have been provided to the students under this scheme. Gunotsav Programme : The State Government has been holding praveshotsav in primary schools since last 9 years. Having institutionalised the mechanism for enrolment and retention, the government has now focused on quality of education. For this purpose, the government has launched a programme called Gunotsav in which all government schools were asked to selfevaluate themselves on key parameters. A team of senior ministers and senior government officers (IAS, IPS etc.) of all Departments are deployed to schools for the evaluation. Nearly 25% schools were covered in each taluka during last Gunotsav Programme. During the last Gunotsav in, total 3000 officers of state including Hon. Chief Minister, all other Hon. Ministers, Parliamentary Secretaries of state has visited approximately 8000 primary schools and has upheld education, evaluated of schools, teachers and students by covering nearly 21 to 22 lakh students. They have evaluated writing, reading and mathematical capabilities and skills of students. Remedial classes were conducted for three months (January to March) for all students who were found weak in their studies. There are 7607 primary schools in 41 developing talukas. Facilities of drinking water and mid-day meal have been provided in all these schools. Moreover, the state government has provided facility of latrines in 6716 schools, electrification in 7173 schools and compound wall in 5127 schools out of these 7607 schools. Seasonal Hostel : Every year about 1 lakh families of salt-pan workers migrate for 6 to 8 months in a year to sea-shores and little desert of Kachchh for their livelihood. State Government has implemented a new scheme to open Seasonal Hostel with supportive schools for 6 to 8 months in a year within the radius of two kilometer from their residence to enroll 6 to 10 years age-group children of salt-pan workers. Children who have studied in such supportive schools are enrolled in their respective village school when they return in their villages. 50 supportive schools were opened in the year 2006-07 and another 50 supportive schools were opened in the year 2007-08. Thus, total 100 supportive schools were opened for children of salt-pan workers. Rs. 534.00 lakh was planned in the year 2010-11 and expenditure of total amount was made. Rs. 534.00 lakh are planned for the year 2011-12. Physical Facilities : Facility of drinking water was provided in 32742 schools. Rs. 1250.00 lakh was planned for the year 201011 and expenditure of total amount was made. Facilities of 50914 sanitation complexes were provided in 32742 schools and compound walls were provided in 26306 primary schools. For compound wall scheme Rs. 4650.00 lakh was planned and expenditure of total amount was made. Rs. 1505.64 lakh was planned and Rs.1504.61 lakh expenditure was made for the year 2010-11 under sanitation complexes. Total 75748 classrooms are built and facility of 24367 science laboratories, 472741 wooden
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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY benches (Std. 6 to 8 ) and 13560 computer laboratory are provided. To grow awareness of computer knowledge and technology Rs.12405.00 lakh was planned and expenditure of total amount was made during the year 2010-11. Std. 8 has been started in 10243 schools. Total 132983 Vidya Sahayakas were appointed.
Table - 6.3 : No. of seats in Technical Education Course Degree (Full Time) (i) Engineering (ii) Architecture (iii) Pharmacy (iv) MBA (v) MCA Diploma (Full Time) (i) Engineering (Based on Xth) (ii) Pharmacy (Based on XIIth Science) *Provisional 2010-11 2011-12* 39338 480 6751 12070 4895 46581 780 6427 13352 5716

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6.24 The institutions imparting secondary and higher secondary education and the students enrolled in these institutions in the State were 9844 and 31.05 lakh respectively in 2010-11 as against 9299 and 30.45 lakh during the year 2009-10. There were 1405 institutions in the State imparting higher education during the year 2009-10, which has increased to 1567 in the year 2010-11. The number of students in these institutions has increased from 6.43 lakh in the year 2009-10 to 6.80 lakh in 2010-11. No. of girl students and no. of teachers in these institutions have increased for 285 thousand and 20054 in 2009-10to 313 thousand and 24445 respectively, in 2010-11. At the end of academic year 2010-11, the total intake capacity was 39338 seats in degree engineering, 480 seats in degree architecture course and 6751 seats in degree pharmacy course, which have increased to 46581, 780 and decreased to 6427 respectively during the academic year 2011-12(P). At the end of academic year 2010-11, total intake capacity was of 12070 and 4895 for MBA and MCA course respectively, which have increased during the academic year 2011-12(P), to 13352 seats and 5716 seats for MBA and MCA course respectively (Table No.6.3). In respect of diploma engineering courses based on Std. Xth, 3194 seats were increased during 2011-12(P) which has brought the total intake capacity to 51327 seats. While during the year 2011-12(P), 129 seats have decreased in Std. XIIth based diploma
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pharmacy course bringing the total intake capacity to 651. (Table-6.3)

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6.29 The Mid-Day Meal Scheme is being implemented throughout the State.During the year 2010-11, on an average of 39.43 lakh children were provided hot cooked meal at the MDM centres of the Std. I to VIII in 32895 schools through 32514 MDM Centres. While during the year 2011-12 (upto September, 2011), on an average of 40.77 lakh children were provided hot cooked meal through 30522 MDM centres in 33600 schools.During the year 2010-11 against an outlay of Rs. 50600.00 lakh, an expenditure of Rs. 49333.65 lakh had been incurred. For the year 2011-12 against an outlay of Rs. 52873.30 lakh, an expenditure of Rs. 20148.17 lakh has been incurred upto November, 2011. Public Health : Health care is important for having a healthy productive workforce and general welfare so as to achieve the goal of population stabilization by addressing issues like child survival, safe motherhood and contraception. There has been some improvement in the quality of health care over the years as shown in the Table-6.4. Gujarat health care service delivery is divided into three parts on the basis of national common structure as well as the need of the community. Distribution of these facilities has been done on the basis of

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Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Particulars Table - 6.4 : Gujarat State - Selected Health Indicators 1971 1991 2001 40.0 16.4 5.6 144 57.3 N.A. N.A. 27.5 8.5 3.1 389 (1992-93) 69 31.7 49.3 NFHS-I 60.9 62.7 (1991-95) 24.9 7.8 2.9 202 (SRS-1999-01) 60 18.5 59.0 NFHS-II 62.9 65.2 (2002-06) Current level 21.8 (SRS 2010) 6.7 (SRS 2010) 2.5 (SRS 2009) 148 (SRS 2007-09) 44 (SRS 2010) 13.7 (SRS 2009) 66.6 NFHS-III 65.8 68.1 (2006-10)

Crude Birth Rate (CBR) (Per 1000 population) Crude Death Rate (CDR) (Per 1000 population) Total Fertility Rate (TFR) Maternal Mortality Ratio (MMR) (Per lakh live births) Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) (Per ‘000 live births) Child (0-4) Mortality Rate (Per ‘000 live births) Current Contraceptive UseAny Method (%) Life Expectancy at birth 8.1 Male 8.2 Female

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population and geographical situations. These layers are not just different in terms of population only but they also differ in nature of services delivered. Primary health care basically provides basic minimum care with more focus on preventive aspects and public contact. Curative services are also provided there but they are minimal in nature. While secondary care is mix of both curative as well as preventive. Tertiary care is basically meant for high level of curative care and research studies. Gujarat state is in the forefront of establishing and maintaining good health infrastructure at various levels. Currently (December-2011), 6 Major Hospital with Educational Institutes, 24 District Level Hospitals, 26 Sub-district level Hospitals, 6 Class- II hospital, 4 Mental Hospital, 2 Government Dental Hospital, 1 Ophthalmology Hospital, 305 Community Health Centres, 1114 Primary Health Centres and 7274 Sub-centres are functional in the state. During the year 2010-11, 332.38 lakh patients were treated in the outdoor while 36.25 lakh patients were treated in the indoor through the above mentioned Government medical institutions. Control of epidemic prone diseases : The aim of epidemic control programme is to prevent spread and prevalence of communicable diseases and controlling

morbidity and mortality particularly due to water borne diseases (Diarrhea, Typhoid, Cholera, Jaundice) and water related diseases like Leptospirosis, Air borne disease and Meningitis etc. Some Important Achievements 6.35 Revised National T. B. Control Programme (RNTCP) : Since inception of the programme (i.e. from 1st October, 1998) till 30th September 2011, 840933 total T.B. Patients were put on Directly Observed Treatment (DOTS), out of which 353002 patients are New Sputum Positive. Total 151368 lives saved since the inception of RNTCP. Previously in NTCP the cure rate was 50-55 percent and death rate was 28-30 percent. Now, under RNTCP the state has achieved 88 percent cure rate and death rate has been reduced up to 4 percent. 6.36 National Blindness Control Programme: In the year 2010-11 cataract surgical rate (CSR) for the state was 1470 per one lakh of population. Gujarat has achieved and maintained the first place in the whole country since last ten years. During 201011, 780957 cataract operations were done (111.57 percent against target). Out of which 99.47 percent were operated with IOL. Under School Screening Programme 159933 free spectacles provided and 7782 eye balls were collected. In 2011-12 up to October-11, state has performed 413662 cataract operations
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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY (72.57%) out of which, 99.47% were operated with IOL. Under School Screening Programme 40618 free spectacles provided and 4496 eye balls were collected. 6.37 School Health Check-up Programme: School Health Programme is single, largest time framed health programme operational in the state since 1997. From the year 200708, this programme is extended to secondary and higher secondary students. In the year 2010-11, school health programme was undertaken from 3rd December 2010 to 28th February-2011 and 144.78 lakh children of age group 0-18 year (School going and non school going both) were examined. Out of that 15.27 lakh children treated on the spot and 130018 children were provided referral services, 5191 children were provided super specialty care for Heart (3053), Kidney (1076) and Cancer ( 1062), One child treated outside Gujarat for Heart surgery. During the year 2011-12, the programme was started from 15th November 2011. The programme has been scaled up from last year into a full-fledged "School Health Week". It's a unique idea of providing not only health examination to children but also address the issues related to health like nutrition, sanitation, safe drinking water, good habits and more. National Leprosy Eradication Programme: Government of India has implemented World Bank Assisted, National Leprosy Eradication Programme Phase II since 2001. The Goal of National Leprosy Eradication Programme Phase II was to reduce the prevalence rate to less than 1 per 10000 population by 2005. Gujarat has already achieved this goal in 2004-05 and at the end of October, 2011 it has been reduced to 0.77 per 10000 population in the State. At present 4246 leprosy patients are under treatment in the State. National AIDS Control Programme : National AIDS Control Programme was initiated in the year 1992 for the control of HIV/AIDS with the financial aid from World Bank. For its implementation, "National AIDS Control Organization (NACO)" at the National level was formed. With the guidance of "National AIDS Control
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Organization (NACO)", the State Government has implemented AIDS programme under the supervision of state level committee. For quick and effective implementation of this programme, "The State AIDS Control Society" has been formed by the Government of Gujarat as directed by Central Government. The activities undertaken for the reduction of HIV/AIDS by Gujarat AIDS Control Society. 6.41 Under Targeted Intervention Programme, 116 Non Government Organizations (NGOs) of the State are functional at present. In the current year 2011-12 (upto October, 2011), the total coverage of high risk population is 266063. Under the Blood Safety Programme, the collection of blood by the Blood Bank supported by State AIDS Control Society and Gujarat State Council for blood transfusion has increased considerably since 1994. The total blood collection in the year 2011-12 (till Oct-2011) is 4.56 lakhs units with 80.3 percent voluntary blood donation. Under Sexually Transmitted Infection Control Programme the facilities of Counseling, Behaviour Change Communication, use of condom and drugs for the treatment for STI/RTI are made available in each medical college and district hospitals. In the year 2011-12 (up to October-2011), patients attended at 161 STI clinics are 297850 out of them 48118 are treated for sexually Transmitted Diseases. In the year 2010-11, patients attended are 492199 out of which, 114872 are treated. In 2011-12, planning to start 16 new STI clinics at CHC / Taluka level hospitals. Integrated Counseling and Testing Centres (ICTC General) : At the end of October, 2011 there are 1167 Integrated Counseling and Testing Centres (ICTCs) are functional in the State. Out of which 305 are stand alone and 859 are facility Integrated Counseling and Testing Centers (PPP models and PHCs) and 3 Mobile ICTC. During the year 2011-12 (Upto October, 2011), total 4.42 lakh persons were tested for HIV. Out of them 7713 persons were found positive. In 2010-11, 6.72 lakh persons tested for HIV, out of them 13820 persons found positive.

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY 6.45 Prevention of Parents of Child Transmission (PPCT) : During the year 2011-12, total 3.54 lakh pregnant women were tested for HIV and out of which, 529 women found positive. In the current year, up to October, 2011, 5.05 lakh pregnant women tested, out of which 840 women found positive. Anti Retroviral Treatment (ART) : At present 22 ART centres are functional in the state. At the end of October, 2011, patients ever registered at these ART Centres are 67465 out of which 40511 patients are started treatment at ART centre, 23473 patients are alive and taking treatment on ART. In addition, 370 patients taking second line ART at centre of Excellence at civil Hospital, Ahmedabad & Surat. Alternate regime of ART is being provided to 379 patients. Link ART Centre (LAC) : Gujarat is the pioneer of initiating the Link ART centres in the country. 36 Link ART centers have been started in the State. Currently there are 1131 patients taking ART on LACs. We also planned to start 6 New Link ART Centers in the year 2011-12. For effective control of malaria integrated vector management was implemented in the state under which 57.61 lakh populations was protected under ITN. Moreover 43.06 lakh population covered under indoor residual spray in 2011. Other biological control efforts were strengthened like introduction of larvae eating fishes in permanent water bodies. Community awareness activities were also under taken throughout the state in 2011. Vital Registration : Under the Civil Registration System, there are 18131 rural and 164 urban registration / reporting units in the state for registering vital events i.e. births and deaths. The level of registration of births and deaths in the state against expected in the year 2010 have reported to 102.4 percent and 79.4 percent as against 101.8 percent and 80.2 percent in the previous year. 108 Emergency Ambulance Services: The 108 Emergency Services was launched by the State Government in collaboration with EMRI to cater to wide ranging medical emergencies. 506 ambulances are on the road 6.51 catering to all the 26 districts of the State. The dial-up number 108 has become the password with the public for emergency assistance. During 2011-12, plan of Rs.750 lakh have been sanctioned to add 50 ambulances to strengthen the service in the state. Since inception, till November, 2011, 25.96 lakh Emergency Medical calls have been attended by this service. Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana: In August 2008, Government of Gujarat in collaboration with Government of India initiated the innovative Social Health Insurance scheme of "Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana" (RSBY) in the state of Gujarat. The scheme provides Health Insurance to BPL families in Gujarat and offers them protection against the cost of illness and freedom from the vicious cycle of indebtedness. The scheme covers upto 5 members (head of the family, spouse and 3 dependents) of the BPL family. Each of the enrolled BPL families is provided health insurance coverage upto Rs. 30,000/- per annum, on a family floater basis. The scheme of RSBY has been implemented in a phased manner in Gujarat. In the 1st phase (in the year 2008-09) 5 districts namely Bharuch, Dahod, Jamnagar, Kachchh and Patan were covered. After the successful implementation in the aforementioned 5 districts, in the 2nd phase (in the year 200910) the scheme was further extended to include another 5 districts namely Narmada, Tapi, Dangs, Sabarkantha and Banaskantha which were prominently tribal districts. In the year 2010-11, with the coverage of remaining 16 districts were covered under the RSBY scheme. A total 19.05 lakh BPL families were covered and were issued smart card for the 'cash less' treatment. More then 89.10 thousand claims worth of Rs.50.23 crore had been claimed during this period. A total 1129 hospital (public & private) has been empaneled under the scheme. In the year 2011-12 all the BPL families of rural and urban has been covered along with the building and other construction worker's of Gujarat. A total 39.45 lakh BPL families are to be enrolled during the current year. Till October -2011 end 10.08 Lakh BPL families have been enrolled under the scheme.
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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY Family Welfare Programme 6.55 As per the provisional results of census 2011, the growth rate of the population for the decade 2001-2011 has decreased to 19.17 percent from 22.66 percent of the decade 1991-2001. The decrease in population growth in last decade is mainly due to effective implementation of various family welfare programme by the state. The current high population growth rate is due to the large size of the population in the reproductive age-group (estimated contribution 54 percent, 15-49 age group), higher fertility due to unmet need for contraception and a high wanted fertility due to prevailing high Infant Mortality Rate (IMR). Since inception of the programme till March2011, 104.27 lakh sterilization (Male 15.6 lakh) have been performed and 118.88 lakh women have been covered under IUD method. It is estimated that upto March-2011, about 3.30 crore births have been averted by use of various Family Planning methods in the State. During the year 2010-11, 3.26 lakh sterilization operations (Male 0.07 lakh) and 5.99 lakh IUD insertions are performed as against 3.28 lakh sterilization (Male 0.09
Sr. No. 1. (a) (b) Indicator Maternal Health Care Registration for ANC Delivery Registration - of which Institutional - of which Domiciliary Immunization TT (Mothers) BCG DPT (3rd dose) Polio (3rd dose) Measles Family Planning Sterilization IUD insertion CC Users OP Users Table - 6.5 Unit PW Reg. Nos. in lakh Nos. in lakh %age to Delivery Reg. %age to Delivery Reg. Mother - No. in Lacs Children immunized ( in lakh) & Percentage - do-do-doAcceptors (in lakh) “ “ “

lakh) operation and 5.79 lakh IUD insertions were performed during the previous year. 6.58 Reproductive Child Health (RCH-II) Programme : The achievement of the various important components of Reproductive Child Health (RCH) Programme during 2010-11 and 2011-12 (upto December, 2011) is given in the Table6.5. Chiranjivi Yojana : The Health and Family Welfare Department has initiated a scheme viz. Chiranjivi Yojana involving private sector specialists in providing services related to safe delivery, primarily for economically weaker sections. Under this scheme, from current year, the obstetricians are paid Rs.280000/- for a package of 100 deliveries (@ Rs.2800/- per delivery). The package of 100 deliveries includes normal and complicated deliveries and also cesarean section operations. The beneficiary has not to pay any type of charges related to delivery, medicine, anesthesia, laboratory investigations or operation. The package also includes Rs.200/- for transportation of the pregnant mother. If the enrolled Private Gynecologist offers, his/her services in the Government Hospital, Rs.86500/- (Rs.865/per delivery) receivable for 100 deliveries (normal and/or complicated) performed.
2010-11 13.83 (93.1) 11.96 (88.6) 91.8 8.2 12.37 (83.3) 12.39 (91.8) 11.92 (93.1) 11.94 (93.3) 11.53 (90.1) 3.26 6.00 7.46 2.26 (83.9) (88.9) (55.3) (73.0) 2011-12 (Up to December-11) 10.38 (69.9) 9.03 (66.9) 93.4 6.6 9.42 (63.4) 9.19 (68.1) 8.71 (68.1) 8.52 (66.6) 8.65 (67.6) 2.00 4.51 6.08 1.97 (52.5) (66.9) (45.1) (63.6)

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY During the year 2010-11, 150979 deliveries were registered under the scheme as against 155721 deliveries registered in previous year, while during the year 2011-12 (AprilDecember, 2011), 106285 deliveries were registered. At present 646 Gynecologists are registered for providing the services under the scheme. 6.60 Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY): Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY) is a safe motherhood intervention under the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) being implemented with the objective of reducing maternal and neonatal mortality by promoting institutional delivery among the poor pregnant women. JSY is a 100 percent centrally sponsored scheme and it integrates cash assistance with delivery and post-delivery care. The Yojana has identified ANM/ASHA, the accredited social health activist as an effective link between the Government and the poor pregnant women. The scheme provides a mechanism for individual tracking and follow up of each woman of the marginalized sections (Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, and BPL) during the entire pregnancy and post delivery period. Cash assistance of Rs. 500/- for nutrition support and Rs. 200/for transport support is provided to each pregnant woman. Under the scheme, during the year 2010-11 about 343600 pregnant women had been covered as against 356263 pregnant women cover previous year. In current year 2011-12 (Up to December, 2011), 223111 Pregnant women have been covered under the scheme. Universal Immunization Programme : Vaccination programme is one of the key interventions for protecting children from life threatening conditions. Under the programme children are vaccinated to prevent the six vaccine-preventable diseases namely Diptheria, Pertusis, Childhood Tuberculosis, Poliomyelitis, Measles and neonatal tetanus. Pulse Polio Immunization Programme: Under the Pulse Polio Immunization programme 2 round of PPI were conducted i.e. 23rd January, 2011 and 27th February, 2011 and 85.25 lakhs and 85.99 lakhs children (more than 100 percent of estimated children) were covered below the age of 5 years respectively. Due to effective implementation of this programme there is sharp decline in the cases of Polio from 164 in the year 1998 to just 01 (one) case in the year 2006-07. Since then no case is reported from any part of the state. 6.63 IMNCI (Integrated Management of New Born and Childhood Illness): IMNCI Programme was launched in the state as a pilot project in Valsad district in 2005.All the districts have been covered in III phases. 40794 health and nutrition staff (with Medical Officers) have already been trained. Mamta Day : To reduce the malnutrition among children and convergence with other department, state government has initiated 'Mamta Day' (Malnutrition Assessment and Monitoring To Act). The activities carried out on this mamta day are Immunisation, ANC Registration, growth monitoring of mother and child etc. Mamta day is being organized on Wednesday in each village of the state once in a month. Bal Sakha Yojana (BSY) : Looking to the response received Public Private Partnership model of Chiranjivi Yojana, same type of scheme for improved service delivery to the children, the Bal Sakha Yojana was launched in January, 2009 to make accessible expert care by private pediatrician to all BPL and tribal children born under the ambit of the Chiranjivi Yojana or in Government Health Care institution. It is also meant for all the children up to 1 month age identified at risk by Mamta Abhiyan and IMNCI trained health worker as per protocols. The scheme has given tremendous results in the first year of its launching. Total 80515 newborn were attended during the year 201011. In the year 2011-12 (April-December, 2011) 63282 newborn children were treated. In the current year till November, 2011, 59175 newborn children were treated and 267 doctors are registered for proving services to newborn under the scheme. Now, in each taluka of the state Balsakha doctors are available. Nutrition Interventions in Gujarat : As per NFHS III report - 42 percent of the state's children are stunted and 17 percent are wasted. The Government of Gujarat has taken several initiatives to improve the malnutrition levels of its children and
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Quality Improvement Programme Gujarat, - "Quality Health Care Service to poorest of the poor": There is now a growing recognition of the need for quality of care in Health programmes. A part of reason for poor quality services in the Health services lies in limitations in the public system such as limited capacity, lack of programme standards and guidelines, and an obsession with quantified targets rather than client satisfaction. Government of Gujarat has identified quality health services and the efficiency of Government managed hospitals as key contributors for building trust and confidence for the hospitals in the hearts of the citizen of the state through the actively pursuing quality improvement programme in various facilities. The state has a Total Quality Management system in Medical College Hospitals, Medical College Laboratories, Blood Banks, District Hospitals, Community Health Centers (CHCs) and Primary Health Centers (PHCs) as per National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Health Care Providers (NABH) and National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL) Standards.

Achievement: India's 1st NABH / NABL Accredited Govt. Facilities: Dist. General Hospital, Gandhinagar Primary Health Centre Gadboriad, Ta. Navsari, Dist. Vadodara * Medical College Hospital Labs, Bhavnagar * Blood Bank (BJMC, Ahmadabad) * Food & Drug laboratory, Vadodara * Mental Hospital, Vadodara India's 2nd NABH / NABL Accredited Govt. Facilities : * Primary Health Centre Mahuvas, Dist. Navsari * Govt. Medical College Lab (BJMC, A'bad) * Civil Hospital Sola, Ahmedabad (Progressive) * Blood Bank (Government Medical College, Surat) * Food & Drug Laboratory, Bhuj * Mental Hospital, Ahmedabad * *

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY Other NABH/NABL Accredited Govt. Facilities: * * * * * * * Blood Bank SSG Medical College, Vadodara Blood Bank Medical College, Bhavanagar Blood Bank Medical College, Jamnagar Primary Health Centre, Jetalpur, Dist. Ahmedabad Primary Health Centre, Salun, Dist. Kheda Primary Health Centre Sokhada, Dist. Vadodara Primary Health Centre Dabhoda, Dist.Gandhinagar. WOMAN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT 6.71 Integrated Child Development Service (ICDS) : In Gujarat, Integrated Child Development Service started in Chhota Udepur block in 1975. Thereafter, the block size has increased gradually. As on December 2011, there are 336 blocks. Out of them 233 blocks are belonging to general area, 80 blocks to tribal area and remaining 23 blocks are belonging to urban area. There are total 50,134 anganwadi centers in the state. Under this scheme, total 43.92 lakh beneficiaries have been covered upto December 2011, achieving 98 percent against the target of 44.50 lakh beneficiaries. Under this scheme, children belonging to age group of 6 months to 72 months, pregnant and lactating mothers are covered to alleviate malnutrition and maintain the health standard amongst them. Supplementary Nutrition : This includes supplementary feeding and growth monitoring and prophylaxis against Vitamin A deficiency and control of nutritional anemia. All families in the community are surveyed to identify children below the age of six and pregnant and nursing mothers. They avail supplementary feeding support for 300 days in a year. By providing supplementary feeding, the Anganwadi attempts to bridge the protein energy gap between the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) and average dietary intake of children and mothers. For additional essential nine micronutrients as 50 percent of RDA, Government of Gujarat has Introduced "Bal-Bhog" to address the micronutrient malnutrition in the state on 13th June, 2007. 6.74 Fortified Bended Food : For beneficiaries of ICDS, the food made at Anganwadi centre can not be eaten by children who are below 3 years in age. Special supplementary nutrition is required to upgrade the nutritional status by eradication malnutrition in this age group. Under the Bal-Bhog scheme Ready to eat fortified blended food was introduced in June 2007. Daily 80 gram of FBF is given per beneficiary. It is given in 500 gm packet to the mother of beneficiary child. Four packets of 500 gm are given per month as Take Home Ration (THR), apart from calorie and protein, FBF also consist micronutrients. As on December 2011 FBF is given to 6 moths to 3 years beneficiaries children. Total 16.01 lakh children of this age group are covered Fortified Atta : All districts throughout the State are providing fortified flour instead of wheat. By using oil, horse gram, jaggry by anganwadi worker fortified atta is served to the beneficiaries. Like fortified blended food, fortified atta also consist micronutrients calcium, iron, iodine, zink, V-A, riboflavin, ascorbic, acid, vitamin-B12 and folic acid. Under this scheme As on December 2011 total 15.70 lakh children of the age 3 to 6 years have been covered Nutritious Chocolate (Nutri-Candy): Nutri-Candy was launched in June 2007 under "Balbhog" programme. Under the scheme, a nutritious chocolate of 3 gm containing iron, vita A, vita C and folic acid, is given to the 12 lakh children's of 3 to 6 years age group. Extruded Fortified Blended Premix (Sheera, Sukhdi, Upma) : Under this scheme 600 calories and 20 grams protein supplementary nutrition food is provided to pregnant, lactating mothers and adolescent girls as THR. The THR consists of sheera, sukhdi and upma Extruded Fortified blended premix is given, which can be prepared by them at home within 10 minutes in hot water or milk. They can prepare other recipes from the premixes as per local liking and need by adding other ingredients. Supplementary Nutrition Food through matrumandal (Mother's Committee) : Through matrumandal, children in the age group of 3 to 6 years at anganwadi centers
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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY hot cooked food like muthia, thepla, pudla, upma etc are being provided twice a week at 2 Rs. per beneficiary rate on no profit basis. Presently the scheme is implemented across the State. A scheme for providing Sukhdi as THR through matru mandals twice a week to 15.70 lakh beneficiaries has been launched as well. Sukhdi (Take Home Ration) : Permission is given for preparing Sukhdi under roasted method as take home ration through sakhi mandals, mahila mandals and matru by ICDS scheme to the pregnant, lactating mothers and adolescent girls throughout State. The SHGs provide this THR twice a week within expense limit of Rs.5 per beneficiary including all type of expenses such as fuel charges, raw material, etc. THR is given in state through 50180 Matru Mandals to 1548051 beneficiaries in 48886 anganwadi centers. In December 2011 provision of Rs. 2640 lakh is made in this project. Dudh Sanjeevani Yojana : The scheme provides 100 ml pasteurized, flavored, fortified milk twice a week to the children in the age group of 3 to 6 years in 10 backward blocks of 6 districts (Banaskantha - Amirgadh and Danta, Vadodara - Kavant, Narmada, Dediapada 1 & 2, Tapi - Uchchal, Dahod - Jhalod 1 & 2, Panchamahal Santrampur 1 & 2). 69030 beneficiaries in 1565 AWCs are to being covered. A provision of Rs.162.36 lakh has been made for this project. 6.83 Saheri Garib Samruddhi Yojana (Nutrition Programme) : For the year 201112, total 4235 Anganwadi centers and 23 ICDS blocks have been sanctioned under Saheri Garib Samruddhi Yojana. Total 3.14 lakh beneficiaries will be covered under Saheri Garib Samruddhi Yojna. For the year 2011-2012 provision of Rs. 3966.00 lakh is made for saheri garib samruddhi yojna Developing scheme for very backward Taluka (Nutrition Programme) : For the year 2011-12 total-9153 Anganwadi centers and 64 ICDS blocks have been sanctioned in very back ward taluka area. Total 8.70 lakh beneficiaries will be covered in very back ward taluka area. in the year of 2011-2012 provision of Rs. 12140.00 lakh is made for the very back ward taluka area. Sagarkhedu Sarvangi Vikas Yojana (Nutrition Programme) : For the year 201112 total-7120 Anganwadi centers & 52 ICDS blocks have been sanctioned under Sagarkhedu Sarvangi Vikas Yojana. Total 6.66 lakh beneficiaries will be covered under Sagarkhedu Sarvangi Vikas Yojana. In the year of 2011-2012 provision of Rs. 8604.00 lakh is made for Sagarkhedu Sarvangi Vikas Yojana. Balika Samridhhi Yojana: Balika Samridhhi Yojana will cover both rural and urban of all districts in State. It covers girl children in families below the poverty line (B.P.L) as defined by the Government of India in rural and urban area who is born on or after 15th August 1997. 1. To change negative family and community attitudes towards the girl child at birth and towards her mother 2. To improve enrolment & retention of girl children in schools. 6.87 A post birth grant amount of Rs. 500/- when the girl child born on or after 15th August 1997 and covered under BSY starts attending the school she will become entitled to annual scholarship for each successfully completed year of schooling It varies from RS.300/- to Rs. 1000/- i.e. from std. 1st to std. 10th. For this, a joint saving account is opened in a

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY nationalized bank or post office in the name of beneficiary and one designated officer the amount of post birth grant and scholarship is credited in the account. It is paid to the beneficiary when she attains the age of 18 years subject to production of a certificate from the competent authority of being unmarried. A provision of Rs.10.00 crore for the year 2011-12 and Rs.20.00 crore is made for the year 2012-13 6.88 Rajiv Gandhi Scheme for Empowerment of Adolescent Girls - (Sabla) : Rajiv Gandhi Scheme for Empowerment of Adolescent Girls - Sabla is implementd in Gujarat 9 districts; Banaskatha, Dahod, Kachchh, Panchmahal, Narmada, Ahmedabad, Jamnagar, Junagadh, Navsari. According to the scheme, Rs. 3.8 lakh per annum per block will be provided for various trainings like home skill, life skill and vocational skills. As per that, Rs.5.09 crore will be provided for 336 blocks. This is a 100 percent centrally sponsored scheme. Apart from this, a provision of Rs. 5.00 per beneficiary will be made for out of school adolescent girls for providing supplementary nutrition food. As per that, provision of Rs. 117.94 crore made for 9 lakh adolescent girls. Central Government will reimburse the 50 percent cost on actual expenditure or sanctioned norms whichever is less. Mata Yashoda Gaurav (insurance) Nidhi Scheme: (A Group Savings Insurance Scheme for Anganwadi Worker and Anganwadi Helper) To protect the social security of Aanganwadi Worker and Anganwadi Helper working under Integrated Child Development Scheme "Mata Yashoda Gaurav Nidhi Scheme" is implemented. Under this scheme a provision is made to pay Rs. 50,000/insured amount in the case of death of Anganwadi worker and Anganwadi Helper with the interest @ 8% on the last balance in the account. Where in the case of retirement 8% interest will per paid on the last balance. For this, each Anganwadi Worker and Anganwadi Helper will have to pay contribution of Rs. 50/- every month and State Govt. will add more Rs. 50 to it. For this, a provision of Rs. 5.00 crore is made by the State Govt. in the year 20112012. 6.90 Indira Gandhi Matrutav Sahyog Yojana (I.G.M.S.Y) : Indira Gandhi Matrutav Sahyog Yojana (I.G.M.S.Y) conditional maternity benefit scheme (C.M.B) is implement in Bharuch and Patan districts of Gujarat. Under this scheme cash reward of Rs 4000 will be paid in 3 installments to Pregnant, lactating mothers for improving health and nutrition. For covering mothers under this scheme AWW and AWH will be rewarded per mother Rs. 200 and Rs. 100 respectively. Construction of Anganvadi Center : At present out of 50226 sanctioned aganwadis, 50134 aganwadis are functional. 29749 aganwadis having their own building. Whereas other aganwadis 20385 are functioning in rented premises and at other places. State in rural area anganvadi there are 40804 out of them 40711 center are functioning, 28741 anganwadi are having their own building and 7078 anganwadies are sitting in other places and 4892 are siting in other places hense total no. of 11970 Anganwadis have not there own pucca building. Government has decided to built 7180 anganwadis for next year. As per the State Government resolution No.ICD-1008224-B,Dated 29-9-2011 unit cost of Rs. 394650 is fixed for the construction of aganwadi. There are make provision of Rs 283.35 crore for the financial year 2012-13. Drinking water and sanitation are the basic human needs for determining and maintaining quality of life. Safe drinking water and sanitation are very vital for human health and well being. Rural Water supply Programme : This programme has been implemented in the State since 1961. The programme consists of rural regional water supply schemes (group of villages based on a common source / group of source), individual rural water supply schemes, installation of hand pumps and community managed internal water supply schemes in rural area.

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY Not Covered (N.C) and 9462 Partially Covered (P.C) aggregating to 9628 habitations were identified as problem habitations out of total 34845 habitations of the State. All problem habitations were covered with drinking water supply facility by March, 2010. 6.95 Quality Affected Villages (QP category): The Government of India provides 75 percent financial assistance for such quality affected (fluoride and salinity) habitations. Remaining 25 percent is borne by the State Govt. Fluoride affected villages are covered by different schemes like installation defluoridation plant, individual water supply scheme, regional water supply scheme based on surface source etc. Based on survey conducted during 2003-04, 7675 habitations were found having water quality problem. All these habitations have been covered with potable drinking water by March, 2010. The habitations once covered are reemerging as problems villages due to quality problem or quantitatively in NC/PC/QP category. As on 1.4.2010, 1208 PC category and 547 QP category aggregating 1755 village/ habitations were identified as drinking water problem habitations as per National Rural Drinking Water Programme, Ministry of Rural Development (GoI). During the year 2010-11, 1100 habitations including 702 PC and 398 QP have been covered with drinking water facility. During the year 2011-12, 1125 habitations are targeted to be covered with adequate and safe drinking water as per Integrated Management Information System (GoI), against that 497 habitations were provided drinking water facility by November, 2011. Rural Regional Water Supply Schemes: This scheme covers more than one villages. At present 302 rural regional water supply schemes covering 10939 villages and 5480 habitations are operational and maintained by GWSSB. Presently 39 rural regional water supply schemes covering 2695 villages and 888 habitations are under progress. Recharging Programme: In view of scanty, uneven, erotic and depleting under ground water recharging of existing source is necessary. Rain water harvesting, recharging
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to tube wells, construction of check dams, Nala plugging, hydro-fracturing works are taken up and such 110 works were completed during the year 2010-11. Upto November, 2011, 60 recharging works were completed during the year 2011-12 against the target of 200 works. 6.101 Water Supply Schemes for Tribal AreaVanbandhu Kalyan Yojana : In tribal area, water supply facilities to tribal people are provided through hand pumps, while stand post and household tap connections are provided under Mini Piped Water Supply Schemes. In addition to this, individual water supply scheme and regional water supply scheme are being implemented. 510 habitations of partially covered category and quality problem habitations were covered with drinking water facility during the year 2010-11 and 221 habitations have been covered by the end of November, 2011 against the target of 500 PC/QP habitations during the year 2011-12. 9756 hand pumps were installed during 2010-11 and 9769 hand pumps were installed during the year 2011-12 (upto November2011). By end of November-2011, total 138297 hand pumps were installed. 1562 Mini Pipe Water Supply Scheme during 2010-11 and 935 Mini Pipe Water Supply Schemes were completed during the year (upto November, 2011) 2011-12. A total no. of 5829 Mini Pipe Water Supply Scheme were completed up to November, 2011. Household Tap connections to 229668 tribal families during the year 2010-11 and 87138 household tap connections to tribal families were completed up to November, 2011. Community Managed in-village water supply schemes: WASMO facilitates to implement village water supply system, water resources management and sanitation facilities in rural areas under community managed, demand driven and decentralized programmes. Under Swajaldhara/ Sector Reform (State) programme, during the year 2010-11, 2219 (out of which 554 in tribal areas) schemes against the target of 1500 schemes and during the year 2011-12, 390 schemes (out of which 109 in tribal areas) against the target of 1500 schemes were

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY completed up to November, 2011 by WASMO. Water Supply Project based on Sardar Sarovar (Narmada ) Canal : Government of Gujarat has formulated, sanctioned and implemented a Master Plan amounting to Rs.8250 crore (Revised) for Sardar Sarovar Canal based drinking water supply project covering 9633 villages and 131 urban centres of Saurashtra, Kachchh, Central and North Gujarat and Panchmahals district. Implementation based on Narmada Canal is executed in two programmes i.e. Sardar Sarovar Canal Based Project (SSCB) and Sujalam Suphalam Yojana (SSY). Under Sujalam Suphalam Yojana (SSY), 4318 villages and 30 towns are planned to be covered and under Sardar Sarovar Canal Based water supply project, 5315 villages and 101 towns are planned to be covered at the cost of Rs 6010 crore. Narmada tribunal has reserved 1.06 million acre feet (3528 MLD) water in Sardar Sarovar for drinking and industrial purposes. Sardar Sarovar Canal Based Water Supply Projects (SSCB): State has taken up grid Pipeline Packages under Mahi/ Narmada bulk water transmission pipeline. By end of November, 2011 the pipelines of 2013 km have been completed. Narmada water has been supplied to 3889 villages and 88 towns through distribution network. Sujalam Suphalam Yojana : The State Government has identified 10 worst water scare districts of North Gujarat, Central Gujarat, Saurashtra & Kachchh which have been covered under the Sujalam Suphalam Yojana (SSY). These districts are Ahmedabad, Patan, Banaskantha, Gandhinagar, Mehsana, Sabarkantha, Dahod, Panchmahal, Surendranagar and Kachchh. In all, 32 schemes covering 4904 villages at a cost of about Rs.2542.50 crore have been taken up under this scheme. Urban Water Supply Scheme : Bhavnagar city is supplied drinking water through MahiPariyej scheme and Shetrunji dam. The work of pipeline from Shetrunji dam to Bhavnagar city is taken up. From Shetrunji dam to Tana village 17 km., rising main pipeline amounting to Rs.3540.22 lakh is in progress. Out of that 9.60 km. pipeline work has been completed by November, 2011. It is planned to lay 38 km. Gravity Main line from Tana to Bhavnagar city at the cost of Rs.64.97 crore. Moreover, special urban water supply scheme estimating to Rs.120 crore is also lanned to be taken up for Dahod town.

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6.110 The objective of Rural Development Programmes is to increase and provide wage/ self employment to all persons, who are living below poverty line. For this purpose various programmes are launched to provide wage employment to rural persons, who are living below poverty line. Apart from providing wage employment, these programmes also create social assets for strengthening the rural economy. These programmes are meant for poverty alleviation, to reduce unemployment and to give additional employment to rural persons when there is less work in agriculture and allied areas. From the year 1999-2000 Government of India has restructured all the Self Employment Programmes, such as IRDP, TRYSEM, DWACRA, SITRA, GKY, MWS, etc. and merged them into a comprehensive programme known as "Swarnjayanti Gram Swarojgar Yojana" (SGSY). This is a holistic programme of micro enterprise development covering all aspects of SelfEmployment. This Programme is credit cumsubsidy programme where emphasis is on the Self Help Group (SHG) and the activity cluster approach. It aims to bring every assisted family above poverty line in three years and atleast in the 3rd year, the net income should be more than Rs. 2000/- per month. The scheme emphasis on the project approach on each key activity and efforts will be made to cover 30 per cent of poor in each block in next five years. During the year 2010-11, an expenditure of Rs. 69.50 crore was incurred and 44206 Swarojgaries were covered, while in the year 2011-12 (Upto November-2011), an expenditure of Rs. 30.28 crore is incurred and 18544 swarojgaries are covered under this programme. Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Programme: The National Rural Employment Guarantee
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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY scheme has been implemented from 2nd Feb, 2006 in the Dang, Dahod, Narmada, Panchmahals, Banaskantha and Sabarkantha district of Gujarat State. From 1st April, 2008, scheme has been implemented in all districts. Under this scheme, all the rural families have been given guarantee of 100 days of wage employment in a financial year and any adult member ready to undertake manual labour can be eligible to get work. For this purpose the household should be registered in the Gram Panchayat. About 38.88 lakh Job Cards have been issued and 188.71 lakhs Mandays of employment have been generated and Rs. 326.77 crore of expenditure under this scheme has been incurred up to November - 2011. 6.113 Under centrally sponsored programme "Indira Awas Yojana (IAY)" rural poor are being assisted for construction of houses. Under this scheme, during the year 2010-11, an expenditure of Rs. 699.43 crore was incurred for the construction of 167313 houses while in the year 2011-12(Upto November - 2011), an expenditure of Rs. 405.44 crore has been incurred and the construction of 37078 houses have been completed. Gokul Gram Yojana (GGY) : The State Government has framed a five year time bound programme to provide basic infrastructure facilities to all the villages to make them "Gokul Gram". By the end of 2000-01, all the villages had been covered under the programme and at the end of October, 2011, 18114 villages have been declared as "Gokul Gram". Under this programme, at the end of October - 2011, 187136 schematic works have completed in the selected villages (Table-6.6). Watershed Project : Watershed Development programme is being implemented with the objective of drought proofing, agriculture growth, environment protection and employment generation. DDP, DPAP, IWDP are the major schemes being implemented under the Watershed programme as per the agro-climatic condition of the district in Gujarat. Under this scheme 5590 projects are under execution for the treatment of 27.95 lakh hectares in the state. Up to November 2011, 2910 project have been completed and 19.65
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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Works completed (As on 31st October-2011) Roads 36597 Village Ponds 7565 Drinking Water 30259 School Rooms 15953 Community/ Individual Latrines 12322 Electrification 3139 Hawadas 8202 Gram vans 2959 Shifting of Ukardas 15947 Soak-pits/Soak-wells 20004 Community Halls 11329 Panchayat Ghar 2889 Building Colourwork 5673 Others 14288 Total 187136

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY women. The women SHGs, popularly called as "Sakhi Mandals", are given training for capacity building, infrastructure and credit support. In all 2.00 lakh Sakhi Mandals have been formed having 24.34 lakh members. Total Saving of Sakhi Mandals is Rs. 376.61 crore. 155238 Sakhi Mandal credit link with bank and an amount of Rs. 934.99 crore credit to Sakhi Mandal. 174189 Sakhi Mandal involving with internal loan having an amount Rs. 97.39 crore. 159332 Sakhi Mandal given to revolving fund of an amount Rs.79.86 crore. 46452 Sakhi Mandal have been started economic activities. Rural Housing 6.118 Government revised the unit cost at Rs. 54500 (Rs. 47200 as subsidy + Rs.7300 as beneficiary’s labour contribution) under Sardar Patel Awas Yojana (SPAY). During the year 2010-11, 28226 houses were constructed against the target of 34289 houses which includes 1809 houses for SC and 4327 houses for ST beneficiaries. During the year 2011-12 (upto November, 2011), 7331 houses were constructed against the target of 28642 houses, which includes 597 houses for SC and 691 houses for ST beneficiaries. Right from inception of the scheme of SPAY, 420089 houses were constructed till November-2011. By end of March, 2010, computers have been allotted to 13695 village panchayats and all panchayats have been connected with Internet Connectivity. Thus Gujarat state has become the first state in India, to connect all village panchayats through Internet Connectivity. Further, 7400 village panchayat have been provided Direct Digital Reception System (DDRS), KU Band Dish Antena and T.V. 6.120 Under this scheme to provide various E-services to the rural public, village computer entrepreneur has been appointed in all village panchayats as per public-private partnership model. Thus opportunities for self-employment has been created for rural youth. All village panchayats have been equipped with E-gram software to enable them to provide various E-services like issue Birth - Death Certificate, Character Certificate, Income Certificate etc. About 9.60 lakh certificate has been issued during 2010-11. About 4.17 lakh Birth, Death Certificate, 96139 Character Certificates, 6.00 lakh Tax Collection Certificates and 41.69 lakh certificates of 7/12 and 8/A have been issued and as on October 2011, 5396664 G.E.B. electric bills has been generated by e-Gram centers.

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY the end of March-2011. Employment in the public sector establishments covered under EMI scheme in Gujarat has increased from 7.86 lakh at the end of March- 2010 to 7.93 lakh at the end of March- 2011. Employment in the private sector has increased from 11.96 lakh at the end of March- 2010 to 13.07 lakh at the end of March- 2011. Among the public sector institutions, the largest employment was provided by Local Bodies establishments (3.15 lakh) followed by Quasi Government establishments (2.29 lakh), State Government establishments/offices (1.70 lakh) and Central Government offices (0.79 lakh) at the end of March- 2011. (Chart-1) Examining the employment by industrial classification, it is observed that the largest employment was provided by Manufacturing (8.76 lakh), followed by Community, Social and Personal Services (6.43 lakh), Financing, Insurance, Real Estate and Business Services (2.30 lakh), Transport, Storage and Communications (1.35 lakh), Wholesale and Retial Trade and Restaurants (0.62 lakh), Electric, Gas and Water (0.60 lakh), Construction (0.56 lakh), Agriculture, Hunting, Forestry and Fishing (0.22 lakh) and Mining and Quarrying (0.16 lakh) at the end of March- 2011. Women Employment : Out of the total 21.00 lakh persons employed in the organized sector at the end of March-2011, 3.07 lakh (14.62 percent ) were women. The public sector had employed 1.76 lakh (22.19 percent) while, the private sector had employed 1.31 lakh (10.02 percent) women at the end of March- 2011. Employment Exchanges : During the year 2011-12 (upto October-2011), 2.35 lakh candidates were freshly registered in the employment exchanges and 1.28 lakh persons were placed in employment as against 4.11 lakh persons registered and 2.30 lakh placement respectively during 201011. As on 31st October 2011, 8.96 lakh job seekers were on the Live register of the employment exchanges, of which 0.65 lakh (7.31 percent) were uneducated. Where as 8.31 lakh (92.75 percent) educated job seekers, 2.19 lakh (26.36 percent) were S.S.C. pass., 0.30 lakh (3.66 percent) were diploma holders, 2.73 lakh (32.93 percent)
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Tribal Sub-Plan
6.136 In Gujarat, there are 12 Integrated Tribal Development Project areas viz. (1) Palanpur (2) Khedbrahma (3) Dohad (4) Chhota Udepur (5) Rajpipla (6) Mandvi (7) Songadh (8) Vansada (9) Dangs (10) Bharuch (11) Valsad and (12) Godhra. These 12 ITDPs areas include in all 43 talukas, 15 pockets and 4 clusters besides one MADA pocket of AMOD though not incorporated in ITDP area has been covered under ITDP Rajpipla for the purpose of administration and implementation of TASP schemes. As per 2001 census, the coverage of tribal population under ITDPs is about 61.38 lakh, which accounts for 82.04 percent of the total tribal population in the State, while 13.43 lakh tribals are in scattered and dispersed area. A State Level Planning Board is formulated for the planning of Tribal Area Sub-Plan at the State level under the Chairmanship of Hon’ble Chief Minister of the State. A district level “Jilla Adijati Vikas Mandal” has been constituted for the formulation, implementation and co-ordination of the scheme at district level. The Government has also decided that about 80 percent of the outlay meant for Tribal Sub-Plan of each department would have to earmark for the schemes to be formulated and implemented at the district level and remaining 20 percent outlay for formulation and implementation of schemes by State level agencies. The outlay under Tribal Sub-plan for the year 2010-11 was Rs. 4103.95 crore. Against this, an expenditure of Rs.3840.53 crore was
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incurred. The physical achievement is shown in the Table 6.7. 6.139 An outlay of Rs.4898.72 crore has been provided under Tribal Sub-Plan for the year 2011-12. Against this, an expenditure (upto September, 2011) for Rs. 1223.44 crore has been incurred. 6.145

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An outlay of Rs. 405.00 crore was provided under Annual Development Plan of Commissioner Tribal Development. Against this, an expenditure of Rs. 431.20 crore was incurred during the year 2010-11. An outlay of Rs. 650.04 crore was provided during the year 2011-12. Against which an expenditure (upto December, 2011) of Rs. 311.18 crore has been incurred. Schedule Caste Sub Plan (SCSP) 6.141 The State Government makes special efforts to bring rapid socio-economic development of the Scheduled Castes. The specific provision made for the Scheduled Castes in all the sectors of development are aggregated into the Scheduled Castes Sub Plan (SCSP) for the Scheduled Castes. In the year 201011, an outlay of Rs. 1331.80 crore was provided for the Scheduled Castes Sub Plan, against which, an expenditure of Rs. 1174.75 crore (88.21 percent) was incurred.

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During the year 2010-11, the Corporation had covered 5907 beneficiaries under 20 point programme belonging to Scheduled Castes and arranged the loan of Rs.16.33 crore, while in the year 2011-12 (October2011), the Corporation has covered 1767 beneficiaries and arranged the loan of Rs.5.26 crore. Subsidy schemes of State Social Justice and Empowerment Department are implemented by the Corporation. During the year 2010-11, the Corporation had disbursed an amount of Rs.7.72 crore as subsidy to 7793 Scheduled Castes beneficiaries. The Corporation has undertaken Autorickshaw Project, Tractor with Trolly, Passenger Four Wheeler, Computer/Leptop, Four Wheeler (Tempo), Small Business, Micro Credit Finance Scheme and Mahila Samrudhi Yojna (MSY) and Dairy Farming Yojna under National Scheduled Castes Finance & Development Corporation (NSFDC) direct Finance Scheme to grant self-employment opportunities for unemployed Scheduled Castes persons. The National Scheduled Castes Finance and Development Corporation (NSCFDC), New Delhi grants 60 percent to 75 percent of the amount of viable projects as a loan to the Scheduled Caste Corporation of the State, at the interest rate of 6 percent, from the amount of its share fund. The Corporation has prepared various schemes with 20 to 35 percent loan from its share capital as margin money loan to the beneficiaries with a condition that the beneficiary should contribute 5 percent. The schemes cover the beneficiaries from Scheduled Castes, whose annual income is up to Rs.40000 in rural areas and Rs.55000 in urban areas (double of the amount decided for poverty line) per annum. Under this scheme, during the year 2010-11, the Corporation had sanctioned the loan of Rs.19.31 crore to 5345 beneficiaries, while during the year 2011-12 (October2011), the Corporation has sanctioned the loan of Rs. 4.33 crore to 1437 beneficiaries. Under the Manav Garima Yojna beneficiaries are provided tool-kits of worth upto Rs.2000 to 4000 for self-employment as an assistance. Under this scheme, the Corporation had distributed 8099 tool-kits during the year

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6.142 The function of the Corporation is to play a catalytic role in the overall economic upliftment and amelioration of the poverty of the Scheduled Castes people. At present, the annual income limit for bankable scheme is Rs.15976 for rural areas and Rs.21206 for urban areas for SC beneficiaries, to establish / start business, unit cost upto Rs.100000 as prescribed by the Cottage Industries Department and having unit cost up to Rs.200000 for small scale industry. The Corporation provides Rs.10000 or 50 percent of the loan sanctioned, whichever is less, as subsidy through banks to SC beneficiaries.
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Women Welfare and Protection
6.152 The Gujarat state government has set up the state mission authority for women's welfare under the chairmanship of the Hon. Chief Minister to ensure better implementation of welfare schemes and activity for women of the state. Domestic Violence Act - 2005 : With the objective of protecting women from domestic violence (which includes all kind of physical, sexual, economic, emotional violence towards married women), the State Government has enacted and implemented Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005. For the effective implementation of this act, the state government has declared all District Social Defense Officers and four zonal dowry prohibition officers as protection officers. Moreover 19 independent woman protection officers have been appointed. Nari Gaurav Niti (Policy) : For the overall development and welfare of women, the State government has prepared separate policy known as " Nari Gauirav Niti" and is implemented in all urban / rural parts of the State. In all departments in The State Government asked all concerned departments to see that it is implemented in true spirit. The policy is divided in to eight core sectors which are related to overall development of women.
Physical Achievement (Nos.) Target Achieve- %age of ment Achievement 7 8 9 4819989 4608783 95.62 4947842 4655758 94.10 7440 13170 177.02 7259 7815 107.66 16002 24420 152.61 3397 1004 29.56 5602 4928 87.97 4600 2743 59.63 3656668 3517353 96.19 3567000 4405026 123.49 63552 26339 41.44 24615 3874 15.74 14167 15844 111.84 18200 3262 17.92

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6.150 The State Government implements various plan schemes related to Education, Economic upliftment, Health and Housing for Socially and Educationally Backward Classes (SEBCs), Economically Backward Classes (EBCs), Minorities, Nomadic and Denotified Tribes Welfare. During the year 2010-11 an expenditure of Rs. 231.19 crore has been incurred while during the year 2011-12 (Upto October2011) an expenditure of Rs. 202.10 crore has been incurred. The Financial and Physical achievements under some important schemes during 2010-11 and 2011-12 (Upto October, 2011) are given in the Table-6.8.
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2 Scholarships Free medical aid Assistance for housing on Individual basis “Mameru” scheme Uniform Assistance for students in Std. 1 to 7 Free Cycles to SEBC girls students in Std. VIII Financial Assistant for SelfEmployment (Bankable Subsidy)

3 2010-11 2011-12* 2010-11 2011-12* 2010-11 2011-12* 2010-11 2011-12* 2010-11 2011-12* 2010-11 2011-12* 2010-11 2011-12*

Table-6.8 Financial Achievement (Rs. In crore) Provision Expen%age of diture. Expenditure 4 5 6 89.63 94.54 105.48 132.46 107.56 81.20 2.15 3.22 149.59 2.40 1.87 77.95 69.25 63.39 91.54 44.15 19.89 45.06 2.80 2.48 88.48 2.30 1.37 59.64 54.85 52.76 96.19 71.34 67.70 94.90 8.00 6.00 74.95 5.60 0.88 15.74 8.10 8.80 108.60 9.05 2.83 31.28

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY Economic Environment Management & Decision Making Process 3. Health & Life Quality 4. Violence 5. Natural Resources Planning 6. Education 7. Legal Environment 8. Advocacy & Skill Development As a consequence, the long lasting fundamental changes have taken place. Some of them are : * It has been suggested to establish Separate Information Center to provide necessary information to women candidates in Local Bodies' Elections. (State Election Commission) * The instructions has been issued to establish separate Counseling Committee in each Mahila Police Cell/ Mahila Police Station, to counsel the plaintiff before registering the complaint under IPC 498 ( A ). In addition, the legal advisor of multi purpose Women Welfare Center- as a representative of Women and Child Development Department - should be kept present for guidance.(Home Department) * Access to property / asset is very critical for women. In order to encourage this practice, the Government has passed a Resolution that mentions that no registration fee would be charged for registration of any property being registered in the name of woman (only). During the Year 2010-11, total 9.60 lakh property documents were registered in name of women, by this means Rs. 283.54 crore subsidised for the same. ( Revenue Department) * 30 % reservation for women is in force for Government jobs. (General Administration Department). As per the instructions of central government, the process of making Gender Responsive Budget has been initiated, under which women centric schemes (30 percent or more share for women) of all departments will be presented in Budget.
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Gujarat Pollution Control Board 6.157 The Government of Gujarat constituted the GPCB (Gujarat Pollution Control Board) with a view to protect the environment, prevent and control the pollution of water in the State of Gujarat. 6.158 A Processing and finalization of Consent applications under the Water Act and Air act and Hazardous Waste Rules: GPCB has started to issue Common Consents and Authorization i.e. CCA under Water Act 1974, Air Act 1981 and The Hazardous Waste (Management, Handling and Transboundary Movement) Rules, 2008 valid for five years in order to simplify the procedure and for the timely disposal of the cases. The System was implemented from 01/04/2003, which has helped in scrutinizing the applications quickly and promptly. In addition to this under e-governance program the board has developed software - Xtended Green Node (XGN) for receiving, scrutinizing, processing, decision for CCA applications, which facilitates uniformity in operation at all regional offices located across the Gujarat and head office at Gandhinagar. The statistics on CCA applications are shown in the Table-6.9. 6.159 The Bio-medical Waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 1998 : As per the Biomedical Waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 1998 notified under the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986, the occupier in relation to any institutation generating Biomedical Waste which includes a Hospital, Nursing Home, Clinic, Dispensary, Veterinary Institutation, Animal House, Pathological Laboratory, Blood Bank by
Table-6.9 Sr. No. 1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Details 2 Applications on hand for consent Consent granted Consent rejected Unit closed Applications return due to incomplete Applications under scrutiny During 1-4-2011 to the Year 30-9-2011 2010-11 3 4 1542 820 (17047)

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851 406 (11908) 476 198 (3470) - (08) - (1444) 215 - (217)

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Table-6.10 Sr. No. 1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Details 2 Applications for Authorisations on hand Authorizations issued Authorizations rejected Unit closed Applications return to Applicants(s) Applications under scrutiny During 1-4-2011 to the Year 30-9-2011 2010-11 3 4 2188 1272(21275) 1703 135 01 349 819(19240) 22 (775) - (02) - (826) - (431)

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what ever name called, as well as an operator of a facility for the collection, reception, storage, transport, treatment, disposal etc. should apply in form-I and obtained authorization of the Board, within notified time schedule. The statistic pertaining to action taken on Authorization applications under the Bio-medical waste Management and Handling Rules, 1998 is shown in the Table-6.10. 6.160 Consent to Establish (formally known as No Objection Certificates) concerning location clearance: The industries have to obtain CTE prior to establishing new industrial plant/ expansion of existing industrial units. The Board critically examines the location and proposed environmental management system of such industry before issuing Consent To Establish. The statistics of Consent to Establish applications shown in the Table-6.11. Water Quality Monitoring Programmes: GEMS Project : The Board assists the CPCB (Central Pollution Control Board) in implementing the GEMS (Global
Table-6.11 Sr. No. 1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Details 2 Applications on hand NOC issued Authorizations rejected Unit closed Applications return to Applicants(s) Applications under scrutiny During 1-4-2011 to the Year 30-9-2011 2010-11 3 4 2837 1985(32742) 1773 691 373 941(23994) 414 (7294) - (503) - (321) - (630)

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Environmental Monitoring System) project. The scope of this project includes an assessment of the quality of water of the major rivers of the State, viz. Narmada, Tapi, Mahi and Sabarmati. As per the guidelines of the CPCB, 9 stations have been fixed, out of which 6 are for monitoring the quality of surface water and the rest for monitoring of ground water quality. The monitoring results under this project are submitted to the CPCB, New Delhi through the EDB system. MINARS project : On account of various discharge of wastewater in river, the quality is likely to be adversely affected. It is therefore, necessary to monitor the quality of the various river waters. This is a continuous project of previous years as approved by the CPCB and known as MINARS (Monitoring of Indian National Aquatic Resources System) Project. The Board is monitoring the water quality from 70 sampling station located on various rivers in the State. These rivers include Sabarmati, Meshwo, Anas, Mahi, Panam, Narmada, Damanganga, Kolak, Par, Tapi, Ambica etc. Under this project ground water quality and lake water quality are also monitored periodically. The ground water quality monitoring stations are located at Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Bhavnagar, Amreli, Junagadh, Rajkot, Surendranagar, Jamnagar, Bhuj, Palanpur, Mehsana, Siddhpur, Himmatnagar, Nadiad, Dahod, Godhra, Ankleshwar, Surat, Hazira, Valsad, and Vapi. The sampling stations included under the lake water quality project are located at Kankaria lake and Chandola lake in Ahmedabad; and Ajwa lake and Sursagar lake in Vadodara, Nalsarovar, Bindusarovar, Sahashtraling Sarovar, Lakhota lake, Narshinh Mehta Sarovar, Nadiad lake, Ranjitsagar Talav Halol. Under Global Environmental Monitoring System (GEMS) Project assessment of the quality of water of the major rivers of the state viz. Narmada, Tapi, Mahi, and Sabarmati is done. The Board has established 104 monitoring station under this project. National Ambient Air Quality Monitoring (NAMP) Project: Under this programme the board is monitoring the Ambient Air Quality at Ahmedabad, Baroda, Surat, Vapi, Ankleswar, Rajkot and Jamnagar. Status of Ambient Air Quality in major cities of Gujarat (yearly average) 2010-11 is shown in the Table-6.12.
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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY 6.163 State Air Monitoring Programme (SAMP): The State Government in the Forest and Environment Department has
Table - 6.12 City Ahmedabad Station L. D. Eng. College Cadila Narol GIDC Naroda Shardaben Hospital Ahmedabad R.C. Technical High School, Mirzapur Behrampura Ward Office, Behrampura GPCB Office CETP Nandesari Dandia Bazar Baroda Rayon Crop. Udhna, Air India Building SVR Eng. College GIDC, GEB substation Nagarpalika, Vapi GIDC, Ankleshwar Durga Traders Sardhara Industrial Corp., GIDC GPCB Office, Race Course, Ring Road, Fisheries Office, SO2* 12 15 20 13 14 14 12 23 16 20 16 14 16 14 18 14 14 12 12 NOX* 17 22 29 19 20 21 16 42 27 26 24 22 23 22 24 22 19 17 26 RSPM* 70 86 134 77 86 81 51 133 93 90 82 75 91 80 86 77 115 76 102 SPM* 148 189 319 172 180 175 115 310 206 203 184 169 188 165 177 160 205 135 193

introduced a Scheme i.e State Air Monitoring Programme, in the wake of importance of Air Pollution Control to be verified with the

Baroda Surat Vapi Ankleshwar Rajkot Jamnagar

Note : *Except HC all the parameters are expressed in microgrammes per cubic metre. The data indicates SO2 and NOx both within the permissible limits, where as SPM and RSPM are observed higher than the permissible limits, mainly because of vehicular emission and dusting due to semi arid climate and soil pattern of Gujarat.
City Ahmedabad Table-6.13 Station Sardar Patel Ring Road, Naroda Sardar Patel Ring Road, Vatwa-Odhav Nava Vadaj Mukesh Industries, Narol Chinmay Health Centre, Sattelite Area Gotri Chhani Bapod Delhi Gate Chowki, Hi-Chice Processors, Sachin Garden silk Mills, Kadodara, Surat Lalchand Techno. Eng., GIDC, Vapi GPCB Office, Vapi Piramal Village, Gram Panch.office,Bharuch Kum-kum Bunglow, Valia Road Firebrigade office, Kalawad Road, Rajkot Morbi-Wankaner Belt Nr. Trajpar village, Ta. Morbi Wankaner GIDC, Near Petrol Pump, Wankaner GPCB Office, Rameshwarnagar Lunawa - Bhachau, Gandhidham, Kachchh Gandhidham-Kandla Belt Chitra GIDC, Bhavnagar Alang ship breaking yard, Alang, District Bhavanagar Sosiya ship breaking yard, Plot No. V-1, Sosiya, Dist. Bhavnagar SO2 14 14 14 20 15 13 14 12 15 73 16 16 14 13 15 12 14 13 12 12 10 10 10 09 NOX 19 20 21 31 21 19 22 18 24 22 24 24 22 22 23 16 18 18 24 28 21 18 17 16 RSPM 82 82 92 180 80 70 88 60 82 110 90 96 81 77 87 79 103 106 101 141 65 110 82 76 SPM 173 177 196 392 169 154 187 134 181 243 201 198 170 161 180 147 188 195 184 254 122 210 156 144

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY Ambient Air Quality in the major industrial and Urban hubs viz. Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Ankleshwar, Surat, Vapi, Rajkot, Jamnagar, Kandala-Gandhidham belt, Morbi-Wankaner belt, Alang and Bhavnagar. There are 24 Stations spread all over the State covering all the above areas. Status of Ambient Air Quality under SAMP (yearly average) 201011 is shown in the Table 6.13. 6.164 Government of Gujarat formed State Level Environmental Impact Assessment Authority and State Level Expert Appraisal Committee. The authority has issued the Environment clearance to 295 Industries/projects. The details regarding important activities carried out by GPCB pertaining to betterment of environment in the state during the year 2010-2011 (April to September 2011) are summarized in the Table-6.14. Gujarat Ecological Education & Research (GEER) Foundation, Gandhinagar. 6.166 The main objective of the Gujarat Ecological Education & Research (GEER) Foundation is to educate and create public awareness and research in the field of ecology, environment, forests, wildlife and related subjects. Indroda Nature Park : The Foundation has developed an unique Indroda Nature Park on the bank of Sabarmati River in about 300 ha. on Eastern side (known as Aranya Park) and 168 ha. on Western side of the River. More than 3.62 lakh visitors have visited the Park during 2010-11 whereas more than 2.63 lakh visitors have visited during 2011-12 till December, 2011. Hingolgadh Sanctuary : The State Government has entrusted the Management and development of Hingolgadh Sanctuary
During the year 2010-11 388 562 26 (20) (04) (39) (13) (5) (26) (09) (104) (35) 1-4-2011 to 30-09-2011 188 (6528) 313 (5599) 0(26) (20) (04) (39) (13) (5) (26) (09) (104) (35)

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Table - 6.14 Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Activity Installation of Effluent Treatment Plants (ETP) Installation of Air Pollution Control Measures (APCM) Installation & Commissioning of Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETP) in operation Installation & Commissioning of Common / Individual Solid Waste Disposal Sites (TSDF) Installation of Incinerator (A) Comman Incinerator in operation for Hazardous waste under EPA - 86 (B) Individual Incinerator in operation for Hazardous waste under EPA - 86 (C) For Bio-medical incinerable waste under BMW rules (D) For Individual Bio-medical incrediable waste under BMW rules Preparing zoning Atlas (no. of districts covered) under GPCB project Monitoring under specific project (no. of sampling station) (A) Global Envi. Monitoring System (GEMS) (B) Monitoring of Indian National Aquatic Resources (MINARS) (C) Coastal Monitoring Establishment of Ambient Air Monitoring Station in Urban & Industrial Area of Gujarat viz. no. of sampling station (A) National Ambient Air Monitoring Programme (NAMP) (b) State Ambient Air Monitoring Programme Holding seminar/workshop/Conducting Important event / Exhibitions and open house for environment awareness Assessment & Collection of water cess under water cess Act-1977 (no. of unit accessed)

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY (Jasdan Taluka of Rajkot District) to 'GEER' Foundation. Camp site for Nature Education camp has been developed. Development works as may be required for the habitat development of the Herbivorous are taken up. More than 52700 visitors have visited the Sanctuary during 2010-11 whereas more than 58700 visitors have visited during 201112 till December, 2011. 6.169 Nature Education Camps : Nature education camps are organized at all the three centres i.e. Indroda Nature Park - Eastern side, Indroda Nature Park - Western Side and Hingolgadh. Participants, - 50 Students and 5 Teachers, stay for 3 days & 2 nights in Each such camp. The participants get practical knowledge of Forests, Wildlife, Ecology, Environment etc. during the camp. 100 such camps-Shibirs were organised during 2010-11 wherein 5626 beneficiaries have participated. In addition to this, 13 Shibirs were organised in Aranya Park Eastern part of Indroda Nature Park on payment basis wherein 1546 beneficiaries have participated. About 4341 beneficiaries have participated in 78 camps during the year 2011-12 till December, 2011. 6.170 National Green Corps (NGC) : 'GEER' Foundation has been nominated as "Nodel Agency" by the Government of India for the implementation NGC programme in the State of Gujarat. As per programme 250 "Eco-Club" consisting of about 50 students and One Incharge Teacher each is to be formed in the Schools in each District. The function of such club is to create awareness about ecology, environment and pollution among the local people through various programme. Government of India provides financial support of Rs.2500/- to each club through this Foundation. The Eco-clubs of 18 Javahar Navodaya Schools, 42 Central Schools and 6344 other schools (i.e.6404 clubs) have been provided such support during the year 2010-11. Remote Sensing - Geographical Information System (GIS) : This is the programme run by the Foundation with the help of State Forest Department. The project includes study of Forest areas, Density of Forests, Forest Fires, Forest Plantations etc. through remote sensing. Such study helps in preparation of Working Plans of Forest Divisions. The site maps showing forest status is also prepared through the use of remote sensing systems.

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7. PRICES AND PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
PRICES
A price index is a normalized average of prices for a given class of goods or services in a given region, during a given interval of time. Prices Indices have several potential uses. The index can be said to measure the economy's prices level or a cost of living. Some notable price indices are indicated below: (1) Wholesale Price Index number - All India (WPI) (2) Consumer Price Index number for Industrial Worker (CPI-IW) (3) Consumer Price Index number for Agricultural Labourers (CPI-AL) (4) Consumer Price Index number for Rural Labourers (CPI-RL) Wholesale Price Index Number (WPI) 7.2 The Wholesale Price Index (WPI) is the only general index capturing price movements in a comprehensive way and is an indicator of movement in prices of commodities in all trade and transactions. It is generally taken as an indicator of the rate of inflation in the economy. 7.3 The new series of WPI is based on the recommendations of a working group led by Planning Commission member Abhijit Sen. The working group submitted its technical report in May 2008 and recommended the change of the base year to 2004-05. 7.4 The Office of the Economic Adviser, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India revised the base year of the earlier series (base year 1993-94 = 100) and introduced current series of index (with base year 2004-2005=100) with effect from Sr. No. 1 1. 2. 3. 4. Year 2 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12* 7.1
Table-7.1 : WPI (Base Year : 2004-05=100) Year All Commodities Index %age change over previous year 1 2 3 2006-07 111.35 6.6 2007-08 116.63 4.7 2008-09 126.02 8.1 2009-10 130.82 3.8 2010-11 143.33 9.6 2011-12* 154.19 7.6
* Average of seven months (April-October-2011)

1st April 2010. The revised series (20042005) has covers total 676 items comprising 102 primary articles, 19 fuel group items and 555 manufactured products. 7.5 During year 2011-12 (April-October, 2011) the WPI rose from 143.33 in 2010-11 to 154.19 which shows an increase of 7.6 percent. 7.6 The percentage change in the Wholesale Price Index for all commodities during the year 2006-07 to 2011-12 (April-October, 2011) is given in the Table-7.1. Consumer Price Index Number for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) 7.7 The CPI-IW purports to measure the temporal change in the retail prices of fixed basket of goods and services being consumed by an average working class family and thus, is an important indicator of the change in consumption level of average industrial worker in the country. 7.8 The Labour Bureau, Govt. of India, Shimla has revised the base year of the index and a new series with base year 2001 has been introduced from January 2006. The details of 5 centers of the Gujarat State and All India CPI-IW has been given in the Table-7.2. (Base year : 2001=100) Surat 7 136 151 162 173 All India 8 145 163 177 191

Table-7.2 : CPI-IW (General Index) Centres of Gujarat State Ahmedabad Bhavnagar Rajkot Vadodara 3 4 5 6 141 137 134 135 157 154 155 153 171 174 175 168 186 189 193 179

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY 7.9 For the year 2010-11 the CPI-IW index at All India level was 177 which increased to 191 in 2011-12 (April-September, 2011) indicating an increase of 7.9 percent. For the year 2011-12 (April-September, 2011) among the centre of Gujarat, highest index was recorded 193 in Rajkot centre and lowest index was recorded 173 in Surat centre. For all the centers of Gujarat, the index shows a rising trend.
Table-7.4 : (CPI-RL) (Base year 1986-87=100)

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Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12*

General Index (July-June) Gujarat All India 403 389 425 418 460 538 583 611 462 529 577 612

Consumer Price Index Number for Agricultural Labourers (CPI-AL) 7.11 The Labour Bureau, Shimla has been compiling and publishing Consumer Price Index Numbers for Agricultural Labourers since 1964. The Consumer Price Index Number for Agricultural Labourers in Gujarat State and All India with the base 1986-87 = 100 (July to June) is given in the Table-7.3. For the Agricultural During the year 201011 (July-Oct 2011), All India CPI-AL general index reached to 612 which was at 577 for the previous year 2010-11, indicating a rise of 6.1 percent. For Gujarat State, CPI-AL during 2011-12 (July-October, 2011), has reached to 613 which was at 583 in previous year 2010-11, indicating a rise of 5.2 percent.

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The average of Consumer Price Index Number for Rural Labourers with 1986-87 as the base year for Gujarat State and All India is given in the Table-7.4. During 2011-12 (July -Oct 2011), All India CPI-RL reached to 612 which was at 577 in previous year 2010-11 indicating a rise of 6.1 percent. For Gujarat State, during 2011-12 (July -Oct 2011), the CPI-RL has reached to 611 which was at 583 in previous year 2010-11 indicating a rise of 4.8 percent.

PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
7.18 The State Government distributes wheat, rice, sugar, iodised salt and edible oil through fair price shops to ration card holders in fixed quantum and at fixed price. The Government of India allots wheat and rice to the State for distribution under “Targeted Public Distribution System” (TPDS) since 1st June1997. The foodgrains are lifted from the depot of Food Corporation of India by the Gujarat State Civil Supplies Corporation on behalf of the State Government and distributed under “Targeted Public Distribution System” (TPDS). Targeted Public Distribution System (TPDS) 7.19 The Government of India has introduced a new scheme namely “Targeted Public Distribution System” (TPDS) effective since 1st June-1997. The Government of Gujarat has also implemented this new scheme, which is devided into following 3 categories : i) Above Poverty Line (APL) ii) Below Poverty Line (BPL) iii) The poorest of poor families among the BPL families (Antyodaya Anna Yojana).

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Table-7.3 : (CPI-AL) (Base Year:1986-87 = 100)

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY 7.20 Above Poverty Line Scheme : This scheme covers 80.04 lakh families of the State. Under this scheme during the year 2010-11, the State Government had distributed 6.30 lakh M.T. of wheat and 18198 M.T. of rice. While during the year 2011-12 (AprilDecember, 2011), the State Government has distributed 3.39 lakh M.T. of wheat. Under this scheme, commodities are distributed as per the Table-7.5. Below Poverty Line Scheme : Under this scheme during the year 2010-11, the State Government had distributed 4.20 lakh M.T. of wheat/atta, 1.85 lakh M.T. of rice. During the year 2011-12 (April-December, 2011), the State Government has distributed 3.92 lakh M.T. of wheat/atta and 1.79 lakh M.T. of rice at subsidised rates. Under this scheme, commodities are distributed as per given in the Table-7.6. Antyodaya Anna Yojana : This scheme is under implementation since July-2001. As per the target given by Government of India, the State Government has covered 7.12 lakh families. During the year 2011-12 (April-December, 2011) the State Government has distributed 1.22 lakh M.T. wheat/atta and 1.04 lakh M.T. rice. The poorest of poor families are covered under this scheme to whom the commodities are distributed as per the Table-7.7.
Table-7.5 Scale of Quantum distribuation (maximum (per head) per card) 2.500 kg 15.000 kg Table-7.6 Quantum (maximum per card) 3.500 kg 6.500 kg. 10.000 kg. 15.000 kg. Table-7.7 Quantum (maximum per card) 19.000 kg. 16.000 kg Price Rs. (Per Kg.) Rs.7.50

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Price Rs. (Per Kg.) Rs. 3.00 Rs. 7.00 Rs. 2.00 Rs. 5.40 Price Rs. (Per Kg.) Rs. 2.00 Rs. 3.00

Rice Rice (Special) Wheat Wheat Items

Wheat Rice

Levy Sugar 7.23 State Government distributes levy sugar to BPL/AAY card holders @ 350 grams per head per month at the rate of Rs.13.50 per kg. Government of India also release festival quota to the state. In turn the State Government distributed this additional levy sugar quota to BPL and Antyodaya card holders @ 1 kg. per card in August 2011 (Janmashtami festival) and in October 2011 (Diwali festival) at the rate of Rs. 13.50 per kg. State Government distributed total of 56129.20 M.T. of levy sugar during the year 2011-12 (April to December, 2011). Edible Oil 7.24 The buffer stock of edible oil is procured by the State Government to distribute to the poor families at the subsidised rate (less than the prevailing price in the open market) during the festival period of the calendar year to BPL and AAY families. 7.25 During the year 2011, the State Government purchased buffer stock of 12000 MTs of RBD palmolein oil through Gujarat State Civil Supplies Corporation under Govt. of India scheme and released for distribution to the BPL & AAY families @ 1 litre per card during 4 months from August to November-2011. The subsidised distribution price was fixed Rs. 40.00 per 1 litre pouch. Iodised Salt 7.26 Iodised salt is also added in the basket of subsidised commodities distributed to the poor people of Gujarat so as to ensure nutritional security to them. Iodised salt helps in compensating iodine deficiency. AAY and BPL card holders are given 1 kg of iodised salt @ Rs 1/- per kg per card per month. Superior Kerosene Oil (SKO) 7.27 At present the allotment of superior kerosene oil for cooking and illumination purpose is made by the Government of India on quarterly basis. Since, June, 2011, the Government of India has reduced monthly allocation of SKO from 76712 kls. to 52020 kls. 7.28 To ensure smooth availability of kerosene and to avoid adulteration of kerosene in high speed diesel and petrol as well as blackmarketing by anti-social elements, the following policy has been adopted.
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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY (1) PDS Kerosene is distributed @ 1.5 litre per person/month for maximum of 6 persons for each non-gas card i.e. maximum upto 9 litre per month per card. (2) Fixed number of ration cards are attached with superior kerosene oil retailers, fair price shops and hawkers. (3) With a view to provide sufficient Superior Kerosene oil to all Non-Gas Card Holders, Gas Connection card holders are omitted from the distribution with effect from August-2004. (4) Ration card holders having Single Bottle Connection or Double Bottle Connection of LPG or pipeline gas connections are not given superior kerosene oil. PDS Superior Kerosene Oil is coloured with blue die for identification. The Government of India has permitted the parallel marketing of superior kerosene oil and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG). The information regarding year wise allotment and lifting of superior kerosene oil for the last five years is given in the Table-7.8. High Speed Diesel Oil (HSD) and Motor Spirit (MS) are provided through their
Year Allotment Monthly average of allotment 3 4 955728 79644 955728 79644 954792 79566 928872 77406 747684 62309 Lifting Monthly average of lifting 6 79644 79642 77447 77368 62284

authorized dealers. The information regarding yearwise lifting of high speed diesel oil and motor spirit during the last five years is given in the Table-7.9. Gujarat State Civil Supplies Corporation Ltd. 7.31 The Corporation has been entrusted with the work of procuring essential commodities and arranging their distribution especially to the vulnerable sections of the society. It is also envisaged to remove the bottlenecks in the Public Distribution System (PDS), to help the agriculturists to get reasonable returns for their produce and at the same time to protect the interests of the consumers. The Corporation is also acting as a Government nominee for the lifting, movement, storage and distribution of edible oils. The distribution of oil is given in the Table-7.10. All distributed oils were fortified with Vitamin A and D. Palmolein Oil : During the year 2010-11, the Corporation had distributed 11950 MT of palmolein oil under PDS scheme. During the year 2011-12 (April-October-2011), the Corporation has distributed 8211 MT of palmolein oil under Public Distribution System. Cottonseed Oil : During the year 2010-11 the Corporation had distributed 7204 MT Cottonseed Oil under Mid-Day-Meal scheme and 1658 MT Cottonseed Oil under the ICDS scheme. During the year 2011-12 (April-October-2011), the Corporation has distributed 3234 MT Cottonseed Oil under Mid-Day-Meal scheme and 477 MT Cottonseed Oil under ICDS scheme and 60 MT Cottonseed Oil under Trible Development Scheme (TDS). During the year 2010-11, about 14.05 lakh MT of wheat, 5.34 lakh MT atta and 3.99 lakh MT of rice were distributed under
Name of Scheme Commodity Palmolein Oil PDS Cottonseed Oil MDM ICDS TDS 2010-11 2011-12 * 11950 8211 7204 3234 1658 477 0 60

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5 955728 955706 954613 928631 747403

Table-7.9 : High Speed Diesel Oil & Motor Spirit (In Kilolitre) Sr. Year High Speed Diesel Oil Motor Spirit No. Lifting Monthly Lifting Monthly (Annual) average (Annual) average lifting lifting 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2007 2493165 207763 949732 79144 2 2008 2984403 248700 1101883 91824 3 2009 2898908 241576 1201022 100085 4 2010 3618808 301567 1278860 106572 5 2011 4028892 335741 1383920 115327 74 Socio-Economic Review, Gujarat State, 2011-12

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY different schemes. During the year 2011-12 (April-October-2011), about 4.99 lakh MT of wheat, 2.14 lakh MT of atta and 2.48 lakh MT of rice were distributed under different schemes. During the year 2010-11, about 17903 MT of pulses were distributed for MDM/ICDS. During the year 2011-12 (April-October2011), about 5480 MT of pulses were distributed for MDM/ICDS scheme. During the year 2010-11, about 5490 MT of coarsegrain were distributed under TPDS. There is no distribution of coarsegrain during the year 2011-12. The details of scheme wise distribution of various pulses and coarse grain is given in the Table-7.11. The Corporation has provided 194851 packet of balbhog nutri-candy in 2010-11 and 71173 packet in 2011-12 (April-October-2011) under ICDs and MDM scheme. (Each packet contain 1000 numbers of Nutria candy). Levy Sugar : The Corporation has acted as wholesale nominee for sugar in 225 talukas of 26 districts. During the year 2010-11 and 2011-12 (April-October-2011), the Corporation distributed 72506 MT and 45036 MT of Levy Sugar under Public Distribution System (PDS) respectively. Iodised Salt : During the year 2010-11, the Corporation had distributed 7181 MT of iodised salt in 12 districts of Integrated Tribal Development Project (ITDP) areas and 13422 MT of iodised salt in all district to AAY and BPL families under Public Distribution System (PDS). During the year 2011-12 (April-October-2011), the corporation has distributed 3043 MT of iodised salt under Integrated Tribal Development Project (ITDP) area and 7058 MT iodised salt in all districts to AAY and BPL families under Public Distribution System (PDS) scheme. During the year 201011, 5089 MT iodised salt was supplied under Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS). During the year 2011-12 (AprilOctober-2011), the Corporation has distributed 3261 MT of iodised salt under ICDS scheme. 7.39 Kalpataru departmental stores at Gandhinagar, Lal darwaja (Ahmedabad), Vadodara provides credit facility & back to back payment basis facility to Government Departments/Semi Government, Boards, Corporation and other Institutes. The turnover of kalpataru Department Stores was Rs.4.71 crores during the year 2010-11 and the turnover during the year 2011-12 (AprilOctober-2011) works out to Rs. 2.34 crores. With a view to perform social responsibility, in spite of incurring the loss, the corporation distributes under controlled and non controlled categories commodities to tribal and remote “agaria” areas of 4 districts of State, through 4 mobile vans. The turnover during the year 2010-11 of these commodities through mobile vans was Rs.7.10 lakh and the turnover during the year 2011-12 (April-October-2011) is Rs. 4.31 lakhs. The Corporation has got Four Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) agencies at Surat, Nadiad, Navrangpura (Ahmedabad) and Naroda (Ahmedabad). The total number of gas connections served at the end of October2011 with the above agencies were 45522, which comprises of 10964 connections served at Surat, 9531 at Nadiad, 16860 at Navrangpura (Ahmedabad), 8167 at Naroda (Ahmedabad). At Present, Corporation is operating 12 petrol pumps at Sector-21 (Gandhinagar), Gandhidham, Vasna, Vejalpur, Vastrapur
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Table-7.11 : Distribution under TPDS (Unit in MT) Pulses Turdal Gram Gramdal Moongdal Total Pulses Maize Bajra Total Coarsegrain * April-October-2011 Scheme MDM ICDS MDM MDM BPL AAY BPL AAY Year 2010-11 9893 922 6012 1076 17903 777 1397 1287 2029 5490 2011-12* 2592 802 2086 5480 -

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY (Ahmedabad), Jasonath (Bhavnagar), Mangrol (Kisan Seva Kendra) Junagadh, Ahwa-Dang and Ichchhapor (Surat) on dealership basis and at Mothala (KachchhBhuj), Drive-In (Ahmedabad), Darpan (Ahmedabad) on contract basis COCORO service provider. 7.43 During the year 2010-11, 178.33 lakh litre petrol, 153.67 lakh litre diesel and 0.90 lakh litre oil were sold by those petrol pumps. During the year 2011-12 (April-October2011), these petrol pumps have sold 101.14 lakh litre petrol, 88.27 lakh litre diesel and 0.50 lakh litre oil. The Corporation has also started C.N.G. Filling station at Sector-21 petrol pump at Gandhinagar. 7.44 According to Government of Gujarat’s resolution dated 5-4-2004, cement rate has been fixed by state Government from time to time. During the year 2010-11, the Corporation has procured 1.93 lakh MT. During the year 2011-12 (April-November2011), the Corporation has procured 1.75 MT of cement.

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8. PUBLIC FINANCE AND PLANNING
PUBLIC FINANCE
General Budgetary Position Financial Accounts, 2010-11 8.1 As per the provisional accounts, the total receipts during the year 2010-11 was Rs.69419.25 crore which is higher by Rs.13215.24 crore than the previous year 2009-10. Revenue receipt was higher by Rs.10691.28 crore and capital receipt was higher by Rs.2523.96 crore than the previous year. The expenditure during the year 201011 was Rs.71629.08 crore, which was higher by Rs.11271.40 crore than the previous year 2009-10. The revenue expenditure was higher by Rs.8801.75 crore while capital expenditure was higher by Rs.2469.65 crore compared to the previous year 2009-10. As per the provisional accounts of 2010-11, the receipts on revenue account was about Rs.52363.64 crore, while the total outgoings on revenue account was about Rs.57440.02 crore, leaving a deficit of Rs.5076.38 crore under revenue account. Under the capital account, total expenditure was Rs.14189.06 crore, against the capital receipts of Rs.17055.61 crore, showing a surplus of Rs.2866.55 crore. During the year 2010-11 on the capital account, expenditure on discharge of internal debt was Rs.3194.20 crore against the final accounts of Rs.2681.26 crore for the year 2009-10. The total deficit on revenue and capital account together for the year 2010-11 works out to Rs.2209.83 crore, while the contingency fund and public account (Net) recorded surplus of Rs. 46.46 crore and surplus of Rs. 2416.57 crore respectively. Thus, the Government account for the year 2010-11, show net surplus of Rs. 253.20 crore (Table-8.1). As per the provisional accounts for the year 2010-11, total tax revenue was Rs.43018.07 crore, which is higher by about 31.83 percent than the final account of Rs.32631.16 crore for the year 2009-10. As per the provisional accounts for the year 2010-11, the state share in central taxes was
Sr. No. 1 I Table - 8.1 : GENERAL BUDGETARY POSITION (Rs. in Crore) Item 2 Revenue Account A Revenue Receipts B Revenue Expenditure C Surplus(+) or Deficit(-) Capital Account A Capital Receipts B Capital Expenditure C Surplus(+) or Deficit(-) Surplus(+) or Deficit(-) Within consolidated Fund Contingency Fund (Net) Public Account (Net) Total Net Transactions 2009-10 Account 3 41672.36 48638.27 (-) 6965.91 14531.65 11719.41 2812.24 (-) 4153.67 (-) 13.15 3941.72 (-) 225.10 2010-11(P) Account 4 52363.64 57440.02 (-) 5076.38 17055.61 14189.06 2866.55 (-) 2209.83 46.46 2416.57 253.20

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Rs. 6679.44 crore, which is higher by about 13.39 percent than the final account for the year 2009-10 of Rs.5890.90 crore. Sales Tax/VAT 8.5 As per the provisional accounts for the year 2010-11, the proceeds from Sales Tax/VAT are placed at Rs.24893.46 crore, which is higher by about 36.78 percent than the final account for the year 2009-10 of Rs.18199.79 crore. The Table-8.2 gives the key trends in the Government fiscal performance in the last three years i.e. 2008-09 to 2010-11. As per budget estimates for the fiscal year 2011-12, the receipts on revenue account are estimated at Rs.59885.75 crore, while total outgoings on revenue account are placed at Rs.59442.31 crore, leaving a surplus of Rs.443.44 crore under revenue account. Under the capital account, total expenditure is estimated at Rs.19794.98 crore as against an estimated receipts of Rs.21394.23 crore. The budgetary transactions under capital account for 2011-12 are expected to result in a surplus of Rs.1599.25 crore. The total surplus of revenue and capital account together for the year 2011-12 works out to Rs. 2042.69 crore. However the overall surplus for the year 2011-12 is estimated at Rs.49.69 crore considering deficit of public account (Net.).
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Key Fiscal Trends 8.6

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Tax Receipts 8.3

Share in Central Taxes 8.4

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY Table - 8.2 Item Total Receipt Revenue Receipt Capital Receipt Total Expenditure Revenue Expenditure Capital Expenditure Revenue Deficit (-)/Surplus (+) Fiscal Deficit Interest Payments Primary Deficit (-)/Surplus (+) Receipt of Public Debt Expenditure of Public Debt GSDP (at Current Price) Absolute figures (Rs. in crore) 2008-09 49183.52 38675.71 10507.81 51919.88 38741.46 13178.42 (-) 65.75 10437.56 7884.05 (-) 2553.51 10306.11 2604.91 367912 (P) As % of GSDP 13.37 10.51 2.86 14.11 10.53 3.58 (-) 0.02 2.84 2.14 (-) 0.69 2.80 2009-10 56204.01 41672.36 14531.65 60357.68 48638.27 11719.41 (-) 6965.91 15153.29 8590.09 (-) 6563.20 14244.69 3245.07 427555 (P) 13.15 9.75 3.40 14.12 11.38 2.74 (-) 1.63 3.54 2.01 (-) 1.54 3.33 2010-11 (P) 69419.25 52363.64 17055.61 71629.08 57440.02 14189.06 (-) 5076.38 15073.64 9627.32 (-) 5446.32 16681.34 3817.53 513173 (Q) 13.53 10.20 3.32 13.96 11.19 2.76 (-) 0.99 2.94 1.88 (-) 1.06 3.25

Total Receipt Revenue Receipt Capital Receipt Total Expenditure Revenue Expenditure Capital Expenditure Revenue Deficit (-)/Surplus(+) Fiscal Deficit Interest payments Primary Deficit (-)/Surplus (+) Receipt of Public Debt PLANNING Eleventh Five Year Plan - 2007-2012 8.8 The proposed outlay for the Eleventh Five Year plan of the state has been fixed at Rs.111111.00 crore, which is 136.41 percent more than Tenth Five Year Plan (Rs. 47000.00 crore outlay). The Eleventh Five Year plan, aims to achieve the annual growth of Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP), Agriculture, Industries and Service sector at 11.2 percent, 5.5 percent, 14.0 percent and 10.5 percent respectively. The annual plan for the year 2007-08 was fixed at Rs.16000.00 crore, which was 14.40 percent of the total outlay (Rs.111111.00 crore) fixed for Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007-2012). An amount of Rs.15680.47

crore was spent during year 2007-08 which was 98.00 percent of the outlay of Rs.16000.00 crore. Annual Plan 2008-09 8.10 The annual plan for the year 2008-09 was fixed at Rs. 21000.00 crore which was 18.90 percent of the total outlay (Rs. 111111.00 crore) fixed for the Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007-2012). An amount of Rs. 21763.68 crore was spent during the year 2008-09 which was 103.64 percent of the outlay of Rs. 21000.00 crore. The annual plan for the year 2009-10 has been fixed at Rs. 23500.00 crore which is 21.15 percent of the total outlay (Rs. 111111.00 crore) fixed for the Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007-12). An amount of Rs

Annual Plan 2007-08 8.9

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY 23161.46 crore was spent during the year 2009-10 which is 98.56 percent of the outlay of Rs.23500.00 crore fixed for the year 2009-10. Annual Plan 2010-11 8.12 The annual plan for the year 2010-11 has been fixed at Rs. 30000.00 crore which is 27.00 percent of the total outlay (Rs. 111111.00 crore) fixed for the Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007-12). An amount of Rs 30097.05 crore was spent during the year 2010-11 which is 100.32 percent of the outlay of Rs.30000.00 crore fixed for the year 2010-11. The annual plan for the year 2011-12 has been fixed at Rs.38000.00 crore which is 34.20 percent of the total outlay (Rs.111111.00 crore) fixed for the Eleventh Five year plan (2007-12). (Table-8.3) Government of India has been implementing the revised Twenty Point Programme since 1-4-2007. The programme consists of various pro-poor schemes with focus on poverty alleviation, employment generation especially in rural areas, housing, education, family welfare and health, protection of the environment, among others. The Gujarat State has achieved 96% in the year 2010-11. 8.16 Decentralised District Planning 8.15 Gujarat is a pioneer State to implement the programme of Decentralised District Planning in true sense. Under this programme, about 20 percent of the grant of the district level provision is put at the discretion of District Planning Boards to formulate and implement development schemes of local importance. Under this scheme, an amount of Rs. 50 lakh is provided yearly to each member of Legislative Assembly to undertake various development works for his/her constituency. Taluka Centric Approach : Instead of grant allocation on the basis of percentage, from the year 2010-11, Goverment has declared a new policy of taluka Centric Approach, in which grant allocation is based on the numbers of villages of talukas as below. (1) Grant of Rs. 1.00 Crore per annum ot the taluka having villages up to 50. (2) Grant of Rs. 1.25 Crore per annum ot the taluka having 51 to 100 Villages. (3) Grant of Rs. 1.50 Crore per annum ot the taluka having more than 100 villages. 8.17 Aapno Taluko Vikas Yojna:(Aapno Taluko Vibrant Taluko) In order to stengthen the Decantralized planning process and grass root planning, the concept of “Taluka Sarkar” is introduced. It will capture the aspiration of rural people and will be more effective, dynamic and intra active process. Therefore “Aapno Taluko Vikas Yojna (Aapno Taluko Vibrant Taluko)” is introduced for 4 years. This Scheme will be implemented at the Taluka Level. The scheme would provide basic amenities at the village level viz., internal village roads, sewage disposal system, drinking water and solid waste disposal system. The consolidated outlay for the scheme would be Rs. 1500 crores for a period of four years.One fourth (1/4) of the villages to be taken every year. For this purpose, Goverment has made provision of Rs. 37500.00 lakh for the year of 2011-12.
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Twenty Point Programme - 2006 8.14

Table - 8.3 : Sectorwise allocation of outlay for Annual Plan for 2011-12 (Rs. in Lakh) Sr. Name of Sector Outlay No. 2011-12 1. Agriculture & Allied Activities 257797.27 2. Rural Development 155710.81 3. Special Areas Programmes (BADP) 14895.00 4. Irrigation and Flood Control 932756.80 5. Energy 201901.00 6. Industries and Minerals 118158.17 7. Transport 371076.52 8. Communication 50506.67 9. Science, Technology & Environment 37811.68 10. General Economic Services 154027.42 11. Social Services 1502400.64 12. General Services 2958.02 Grand Total 3800000.00

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DEVELOPMENT IN IMPORTANT SECTORS OF GUJARAT ECONOMY 8.18 Physical achievements of Decentralised District Planning up to 31-3-2011 are given in the Table-8.4.
Table-8.4 Sr. Item No. Since Inception Up to 31-3-2011 (Nos.) 31328 5143 74010 1454 79833 6128 14557 1718 214171

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New Classrooms constructed for Primary Schools Repairs of Primary School’s Class Rooms New Water Supply Works Rehabilitations of defunct village water supply schemes New approach roads Link roads Villages electrified for all purpose Repairing of P.H.Cs. and Sub-Centres Total

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Sr. No. 1 I Population 1.1 Total Population 1 Persons 2 Males 3 Females 1.2 Child Population in the Age-group 0-6 1 Persons 2 Males 3 Females 4 % of child population to total population 1.3 Rural Population Lakh ‘’ ‘’ % Lakh ‘’ ‘’ % No. ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ No. 2011(P) ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 2011(P) ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 2011(P) ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 2011(P) 346.71 178.03 168.68 57.42 257.13 136.79 120.34 42.58 26 225 195 153 18225 308 8330.88 4279.17 4051.71 68.84 3771.06 1958.07 1812.99 31.16 640 5924 4041 3894 640867 382 4.16 4.16 4.16 6.82 6.99 6.64 4.06 3.80 4.83 3.93 2.84 1 Persons 2 Males 3 Females 4 % of rural population to total population 1.4 Urban Population 1 Persons 2 Males 3 Females 4 % of urban population to total population 2 No.of Districts No. of Talukas (Sub-districts) No. of Towns Statutory Towns Census Towns No. of Villages (includes un-inhabited villages) 3 Density of Population (Population per Sq.Km.) 4 Decadal Growth Rate 1 Total 2 Rural 3 Urban 5 Scheduled Castes Population 1 Persons 2 Males 3 Females 4 Rural 5 Urban 6 % age of S.C. populaion to total population 6 Scheduled Tribe Population 1 Persons 2 Males Lakh “ 2001 “ 74.81 37.90 843.26 426.41 8.87 8.89 Lakh “ “ “ Lakh % 2001 ‘’ ‘’ “ 2001 ‘’ 35.93 18.66 17.27 21.81 14.12 7.09 1666.36 860.89 805.47 1330.11 336.25 16.20 2.16 2.17 2.14 1.64 4.20 % ‘’ ‘’ 2001-2011(P) ‘’ ‘’ 19.17 9.23 35.83 17.64 12.18 31.80 Lakh ‘’ ‘’ % 2011(P) ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 74.94 39.74 35.20 12.41 1587.89 829.52 758.37 13.12 4.72 4.79 4.64 Lakh ‘’ ‘’ 2011(P) ‘’ ‘’ 603.84 314.82 289.01 12101.93 6237.24 5864.69 4.99 5.05 4.93 Item 2 Unit 3 Year 4 Gujarat 5 India 6 % Share of State 7

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Sr. No. 1 3 Females 4 Rural 5 Urban 6 % age of S.T. population to total population 7 Sex Ratio (females per 1000 males) 1 Total 2 Rural 3 Urban 4 Child Population in the Age-group 0-6 8 Literate Population Total 1 Persons 2 Males 3 Females Rural 1 Persons 2 Males 3 Females Urban 1 Persons 2 Males 3 Females Scheduled Caste 1 Total 2 Males 3 Females 4 Rural 5 Urban Scheduled Tribe 1 Total 2 Males 3 Females 4 Rural 5 Urban 9 Literacy Rate Total 1 Persons 2 Males 3 Females Rural 1 Persons 2 Males 3 Females % ‘’ ‘’ 2011(P) “ “ 73.00 83.10 62.41 68.91 78.57 58.75 % ‘’ ‘’ 2011(P) “ “ 79.31 87.23 70.73 74.04 82.14 65.46 Lakh ‘’ ‘’ Lakh ‘’ 2001 “ “ 2001 “ 29.44 18.47 10.97 26.21 3.23 323.87 205.65 118.22 282.95 40.92 9.09 8.98 9.28 9.26 7.89 Lakh ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 2001 “ “ “ “ 21.50 13.03 8.47 12.02 9.48 753.18 474.33 278.85 558.06 195.12 2.85 2.75 3.04 2.15 4.86 Lakh ‘’ ‘’ 2011(P) “ “ 200.52 112.39 88.13 2854.33 1561.56 1292.77 7.03 7.20 6.82 Lakh ‘’ ‘’ 2011(P) “ “ 218.97 127.57 91.40 4930.21 2880.47 2049.73 4.44 4.43 4.46 Lakh ‘’ ‘’ 2011(P) “ “ 419.49 239.96 179.53 7784.54 4442.04 3342.50 5.39 5.40 5.37 No. ‘’ ‘’ No. 2011(P) “ “ “ 918 947 880 886 940 947 926 914 Item 2 Unit 3 “ “ “ % Year 4 “ “ “ “ Gujarat 5 36.91 68.67 6.14 14.76 India 6 416.85 773.39 69.88 8.20 % Share of State 7 8.85 8.88 8.79 -

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Sr. No. 1 Urban 1 Persons 2 Males 3 Females Literacy Rate among Scheduled Castes 1 Persons 2 Males 3 Females Scheduled Caste (Rural) 1 Persons 2 Males 3 Females Scheduled Caste (Urban) 1 Persons 2 Males 3 Females Literacy Rate among Scheduled Tribes 1 Persons 2 Males 3 Females Scheduled Tribe (Rural) 1 Persons 2 Males 3 Females Scheduled Tribe (Urban) 1 Persons 2 Males 3 Females 10 Workers Main workers 1 Persons 2 Males 3 Females Marginal Workers 1 Persons 2 Males 3 Females Total Workers (Main+Marginal) 1 Persons 2 Males 3 Females Distribution of Total workers 1 Cultivators % to total workers 2 Agricultural labourers % to total workers ‘000 % ‘000 % 2001 “ 2001 “ 5803 27.30 5162 24.29 127313 31.65 106775 26.55 4.56 4.83 ‘000 “ “ 2001 “ “ 21255 14477 6778 402235 275014 127220 5.28 5.26 5.33 ‘000 “ “ 2001 “ “ 4230 997 3234 89230 34867 54363 4.74 2.86 5.95 ‘000 ‘’ ‘’ 2001 “ “ 17025 13481 3544 313005 240148 72857 5.44 5.61 4.86 % % ‘’ 2001 2001 “ 61.76 71.01 51.78 69.09 77.77 59.87 % ‘’ ‘’ 2001 “ “ 46.45 58.06 34.60 45.02 57.39 32.44 % ‘’ ‘’ 2001 “ “ 47.74 59.18 36.02 47.10 59.17 34.76 % ‘’ ‘’ 2001 “ “ 77.90 87.62 67.33 68.12 77.93 57.49 % ‘’ ‘’ 2001 “ “ 65.59 79.16 51.17 51.16 63.66 37.84 % ‘’ ‘’ 2001 “ “ 70.50 82.56 57.58 54.69 66.64 41.90 % ‘’ ‘’ 2011(P) “ “ 87.58 92.44 82.08 84.98 89.67 79.92 Item 2 Unit 3 Year 4 Gujarat 5 India 6 % Share of State 7

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Sr. No. 1 % to total workers 4 Other workers % to total workers Non-workers 1 Persons 2 Males 3 Females 11 % of main workers to total population 12 % of marginal workers to total population 13 % of non - workers to total population 14 Disabled Population % of Disabled Population to total population 15 Institutional Population % of Institutional population to total Population 16 Houseless Population % o f Houseless population to total Population 17 Total Slum Population 1 No.of Cities/Towns reporting Slums 2 Total Urban Population 3 Population of Cities/Towns reporting Slums 4 Total Slum Population 5 % of Slum Population to Urban Population 6 % of Slum Pop. to Pop. of Cities/Towns reporting Slums 18 Proportion of Population by Age groups 1 0-14 Years 2 15-59 Years 3 60 and above years 19 Religionwise population 1 Hindu % to total Population 2 Muslim % to total Population 3 Christian % to total Population 4 Sikhs % to total Population 5 Buddhists % to total Population 6 Jains % to total Population ‘000 % ‘000 % ‘000 % ‘000 % ‘000 % ‘000 % 2001 “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ 45143 89.09 4593 9.06 284 0.56 46 0.09 18 0.04 525 1.04 827579 80.46 138188 13.43 24080 2.34 19216 1.87 7955 0.77 4225 0.41 5.45 3.32 1.18 0.24 0.23 12.43 % % % 2001 “ “ 32.8 60.2 6.9 35.3 56.9 7.5 No. “ “ “ % % 2001 “ “ “ “ “ 41 18930250 12697360 1866797 9.9 14.7 640 286119689 184352421 42578150 14.9 23.1 6.62 6.89 4.38 ‘000 “ “ % % % ‘000 % ‘000 % ‘000 % 2001 “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ 29415 11908 17507 33.60 8.35 58.05 1045 2.06 460 0.91 221 0.44 626376 257142 369233 30.43 8.67 60.90 21907 2.13 7802 4.03 1943 1.00 4.70 4.63 4.74 4.77 5.90 11.37 Item 2 3 Household Industry Workers Unit 3 ‘000 % ‘000 % Year 4 2001 “ 2001 “ Gujarat 5 430 2.02 9861 46.39 India 6 16957 4.22 151190 37.59 % Share of State 7 2.54 6.52 -

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Sr. No. 1 7 Others % to total Population 8 Religion not stated % to total Population 20 Housing A No.of Census Houses Total Rural Urban B Vacant census houses Occupied census houses C Total occupied census houses by their use 1 Total 2 Residence 3 Residence cum other use 4 Shop, Office 5 School, College, etc. 6 Hotel, Lodge, Guest House etc. 7 Hospital, Dispensary, etc. 8 Factory, Workshop, Workshed, etc. 9 Place of worship 10 Other non-residential use D Number of Households 1 Total 2 Rural 3 Urban 1 Total 2 Good 3 Livable 4 Dilapidated F Households by type of Census houses occupied 1 Total 2 Permanent 3 Semi-Permanent 4 Serviceable 5 Non-Serviceable 6 Un-classifiable II State Income 1 Gross Domestic Product (i) At Current Prices (ii) At Constant(2004-05) Prices Rs.Crore “ 2010-11 (Q) “ 513173 365295 7157412 4885954 7.17 7.48 No. “ “ “ “ “ 2001 “ “ “ “ “ 9643989 6300314 2848727 347057 144981 2910 191963935 99431727 57664327 22096480 12719139 52262 5.02 6.34 4.94 1.57 1.14 5.57 No. “ “ No. “ “ “ 2001 “ “ 2001 “ “ “ 9643989 5885961 3758028 9643989 5191451 4203020 249518 191963935 138271559 53692376 191963935 96446785 84964317 10552833 5.02 4.26 7.00 5.02 5.38 4.95 2.36 No. “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ 2001 “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ 10731620 7837436 542930 917456 72974 20573 32015 184295 142135 981806 233284677 179275605 7886567 13390292 1502353 521598 603897 2210912 2398650 25494803 4.60 4.37 6.88 6.85 4.86 3.94 5.30 8.34 5.93 3.85 No. “ “ No. “ 2001 “ “ 2001 ‘’ 12446995 7525173 4921822 1715375 10731620 249095869 177537513 71558356 15811192 233284677 5.00 4.24 6.88 10.85 4.60 Item 2 Unit 3 ‘000 % ‘000 % Year 4 “ “ “ “ Gujarat 5 29 0.06 34 0.07 India 6 6640 0.65 727 0.07 % Share of State 7 0.44 4.68 -

E No. of Households by the condition of Census houses occupied by them

Source: Office of the Registrar General of India, Ministry of Home Affairs

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Sr. No. 1 (i) At Current Prices (ii) At Constant(2004-05) Prices 3 Per Capita Income (i) At Current Prices (ii) At Constant(2004-05) Prices Q : Quick Estimates III National Sample Survey (A) Monthly Per Capita Consumer Expenditure, NSS 66th Round (July 2009-June 2010) (i) Rural (ii) Urban (B) Poverty Percent of Population Below Poverty Line (2004-05), NSS 61st Round, (July-2004-June 2005) (Based on URP Consumption) (i) Rural (ii) Urban (iii) Combined IV Agriculture 1 Reporting area for Land Utilisation 2 Net area sown 3 Total cropped area 4 % of Net area sown to Total reporting area 5 Cropping Intensity 6 Forests area 7 % of Forest area to Total reporting area ‘000 Hect. “ “ % % ‘000 Hect. % 2008-09(P) “ “ “ “ “ “ 18866 9801 11571 51.95 118.06 1833 9.72 305687 141364 195104 46.24 138.02 69635 22.78 6.17 6.93 5.93 2.63 % % % 2004-05 “ “ 19.1 13.0 16.8 28.3 25.7 27.5 Rs. Rs. 2009-10 “ 1065 1914 953 1856 Rs. “ 2010-11 (Q) “ 75115 52708 53331 35993 Item 2 2 Net Domestic Product Rs.Crore “ 2010-11 (Q) “ 440942 309409 6403938 4321491 6.89 7.16 Unit 3 Year 4 Gujarat 5 India 6 % Share of State 7

8 Area Under Principal Crops (a) Rice (b) Jowar (c ) Bajra (d) Wheat (e) Total Coarse Cereals (f) Total Pulses (g) Total Foodgrains (h) Groundnut (i) Total Oilseeds (j) Cotton (k) Sugarcane 9 Production of Principal Crops (a) Rice (b) Jowar (c ) Bajra (d) Wheat (e) Total Coarse Cereals Million Tonnes “ “ “ Million Tonnes 2008-09 “ “ “ 2008-09 1.30 0.21 0.96 2.59 1.98 99.18 7.25 8.89 80.68 40.04 1.31 2.87 10.81 3.21 4.94 Million Hect. “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ 2008-09 “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ 0.75 0.17 0.70 1.09 1.44 0.78 4.06 1.91 2.98 2.35 0.22 45.54 7.53 8.75 27.75 27.45 22.09 122.83 6.16 27.56 9.41 4.42 1.64 2.31 8.04 3.93 5.25 3.55 3.31 30.94 10.83 25.02 5.01

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Sr. No. 1 (f) Total Pulses (g) Total Foodgrains (h) Groundnut (i) Total Oilseeds (j) Sugarcane (k) Cotton * 170 Kg. each bales. 10 Average Yield of Principal Crops (a) Rice (b) Jowar (c) Bajra (d) Wheat (e) Total Coarse Cereals (f) Total Pulses (g) Total Foodgrains (h) Groundnut (i) Total Oilseeds (j) Cotton (k) Sugarcane 11 Irrigation 1 Net Irrigated Area 2 Net Area under Irrigation by Sources (i) Total Canals(including Tank) (ii) Total Wells (iii) Other Sources (iv) Total 3 Area Irrigated by Principal Crops (a) Rice (b) Jowar (c) Bajra (d) Wheat (e) Total Cereals & Millets (f) Total Pulses (g) Total Foodgrains (h) Total Food Crops (i) Groundnut (j) Total Oilseeds (k) Cotton (l) Total Non-Food Crops Total Irrigated Area under All Crops 4 % of Net Irrigated Area over Agriculture Land 5 % of Total Irrigated Area over Agriculture Land 000 Hect. “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ 000 Hect. “ “ % % 2008-09(P) “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ 2008-09(P) “ “ “ “ 473 28 156 980 1695 89 1784 2712 210 891 1334 2566 5278 34.12 42.49 26542 673 831 25480 56215 3766 59981 72931 1304 8191 3314 15488 88419 34.65 48.48 1.78 4.16 18.77 3.85 3.02 2.36 2.97 3.72 16.10 10.88 40.25 16.57 5.97 ‘000 Hect. “ “ “ 2008-09(P) “ “ “ 829 3307 102 4238 18576 38567 6053 63196 4.46 8.57 1.69 6.71 ‘000 Hect. 2008-09(P) 4238 63196 6.71 Quintals/ Hect. “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ 2008-09 “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ 17.44 11.95 13.65 23.77 13.71 7.77 15.95 13.95 13.45 5.07 701.81 21.78 9.62 10.15 29.07 14.59 6.59 19.09 11.63 10.06 4.03 645.53 “ “ “ “ Million bales* Item 2 Unit 3 Year 4 “ “ “ “ “ “ Gujarat 5 0.61 6.48 2.66 4.02 15.51 7.01 India 6 14.57 234.47 7.17 27.72 285.03 22.28 % Share of State 7 4.18 2.76 37.12 14.49 5.44 31.49

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Sr. No. 1 Item 2 6 % of Net Irrigated Area over Net Area Sown 7 % of Total Irrigated Area over Total Croppd Area 12 Area of Principal Horticulture Crops (a) Fruits (b) Vegetables (c) Plantation Crops (d) Total 13 Production of Principal Horticulture Crops (a) Fruits (b) Vegetables (c) Plantation Crops (d) Total 14 Consumption of Fertilisers (a) Nitrogen(N) (b) Phosphate(P) (c) Potash(K) Total (a) Consumption for Agricultural Purpose (b) Total Consumption (c) % share of Consumption for Agricultural Purpose Source: Ministry of Agriculture V Livestock A Total livestock 1 Cattle 2 Buffaloes 3 Total Sheep and Goats 4 Other Livestock B Poultry C Livestock Products 1 Milk Production 2 Eggs Production 3 Wool Production D Fish Production 1 Marine 2 Inland Total VI Mining 1 No. of reporting Mines * 2 Production of Important Minerals** (a) Bauxite/Laterite (b) Dolomite ‘000 Tonne “ 2009-10 “ 2813 251 15173 5182 18.54 4.84 No. 2009-10 433 2999 14.44 ‘000 Tonne “ “ 2009-10(P) “ “ 687.45 84.07 771.52 2990.26 4862.84 7853.10 22.99 1.73 9.82 ‘000 Tonne in Crore ‘000 Kgs 2008-09 “ “ 8386 126.75 2857 108465 5563.78 42703 7.73 2.28 6.69 ‘000 No. “ “ “ “ ‘000 No. 2007(P) “ “ “ “ 2007(P) 23515 7976 8774 6642 123 13352 529698 199075 105343 212096 13184 648830 4.44 4.01 8.33 3.13 0.93 2.06 000 Tonnes “ “ “ GWh “ % 2008-09 “ “ “ 2007-08 “ “ 1068.82 465.17 182.99 1716.98 10946.44 44236.33 24.75 15090.53 6506.24 3312.57 24909.34 104181.69 501977.11 20.75 000 MT “ “ “ 2009-10 “ “ “ 6985.1 7255.5 108.0 14799.0 71515.5 133737.6 11928.2 223089.0 9.77 5.43 0.91 6.63 000 Hect. “ “ “ 2009-10 “ “ “ 352.9 406.8 16.0 1054.6 6329.2 7984.8 3264.6 20875.7 5.58 5.09 0.49 5.05 Unit 3 % % Year 4 “ “ Gujarat 5 43.24 45.61 India 6 44.70 45.32 % Share of State 7 -

15 Consumption of Electricity for Agriculture purpose

Source: Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries, Ministry of Agriculture

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Sr. No. 1 (c) Limestone (d) Lignite (e) Petroleum (Crude) (f) Natural Gas 3 Value of Mineral Production** ** Excluding Atomic Minerals and Minor Minerals Source: Indian Bureau of Mines, Ministry of Mines VII Energy Electricity- Installed Capacity, Generation and Consumption (Utilities only) 1 Installed Capacity * 2 Generation 3 Total Consumption** 4 Per Capita Consumption Source : Ministry of Power VIII Industry Results of Annual Survey of Industries 1 No of Factories 2 Total persons engaged 3 Value of output 4 Net value added Source: ASI Report, CSO, New Delhi IX Labour & Employment No. “ “ No. “ 000 No. No. 000 No. No. ‘000 No. “ “ “ “ 2009(P) “ “ 2007(P) “ “ 2007(P) “ 2009 “ “ “ “ “ 22 11151 55866 32461 23308 1093 5075 248 41 395.2 191.2 775.6 153.5 905.5 350 500042 9210299 290843 242039 10635 36638 2046 969 5693.7 419.5 2589.3 261.5 38152.2 6.29 2.23 0.61 11.16 9.63 10.28 13.85 12.12 4.23 6.94 45.58 29.95 58.70 2.37 1 Number of Industrial disputes 2 Number of Workers involved 3 Number of mandays lost 4 Employment in Factories (i) Registered Factories (ii) Working Factories (iii) Total Employment 5 (a) Number of Hazardous Factories (b) No. of Workers 6 Performance of Employment Exchanges (i) Employment Exchanges * (ii) Registrations (iii) Vacancies notified (iv) Submissions (v) Placements (vi) Live Register * X Summary Results of Economic Census - 2005 1 No. of Establishments engaged in All Agricultural Activities No. ‘000 Rs.Crore “ 2009-10(P) “ “ “ 15576 1159 629513 76938 158877 11793 3722777 582024 9.80 9.83 16.91 13.22 MW GWh “ KWh 2007-08 “ “ “ 8351 40064 44236 1486 143061 677094 501977 717 5.84 5.92 Item 2 Unit 3 “ “ “ M.Cu.Mts Rs.in Crore Year 4 “ “ “ “ 2009-10 Gujarat 5 21678 10536 5960 2444 13701 India 6 228934 34080 33691 47510 187717 % Share of State 7 9.47 30.92 17.69 5.14 7.30

* Excluding Atomic Minerals, Petroleum (crude), Natural gas (utilised) and Minor Minerals

* Includes the capacity of Small Hydro Project, ** Relates to sales to ultimate consumers

* At the end of the year, Source: Ministry of Labour and Employment

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Sr. No. 1 1.1 Rural Own Account Establishments (OAE) Non Directory Establishments Directory Establishments All 1.2 Urban Own Account Establishments (OAE) Non Directory Establishments Directory Establishments All 1.3 Combined Own Account Establishments (OAE) Non Directory Establishments Directory Establishments All 2.1 Rural Own Account Establishments (OAE) Non Directory Establishments Directory Establishments All 2.2 Urban Own Account Establishments (OAE) Non Directory Establishments Directory Establishments All 2.3 Combined Own Account Establishments (OAE) Non Directory Establishments Directory Establishments All 3.1 Rural Own Account Establishments (OAE) Non Directory Establishments Directory Establishments All 3.2 Urban Own Account Establishments (OAE) Non Directory Establishments Directory Establishments All 3.3 Combined Own Account Establishments (OAE) Non Directory Establishments Directory Establishments All No. ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 2005 ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 992431 321684 77014 1391129 7838895 1988568 1086138 10913601 12.66 16.18 7.09 12.75 No. ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 2005 ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 49702 20637 8655 78994 414585 192633 131185 738403 11.99 10.71 6.60 10.70 No. ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 2005 ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 942729 301047 68359 1312135 7424310 1795935 954953 10175198 12.70 16.76 7.16 12.90 No. ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 2005 ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 967650 640014 107407 1715071 21807829 12065677 1873500 35747006 4.44 5.30 5.73 4.80 No. ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 2005 ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 541802 412666 74916 1029384 8545656 6265375 1108908 15919939 6.34 6.59 6.76 6.47 No. ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 2005 ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 425848 227348 32491 685687 13262173 5800302 764592 19827067 3.21 3.92 4.25 3.46 No. ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 2005 ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 564942 140196 5813 710951 5132219 879554 68210 6079983 11.01 15.94 8.52 11.69 No. ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 2005 ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 24933 8013 706 33652 284205 77256 9523 370984 8.77 10.37 7.41 9.07 No. ‘’ ‘’ No. 2005 ‘’ ‘’ 2005 540009 132183 5107 677299 4848014 802298 58687 5708999 11.14 16.48 8.70 11.86 Item 2 Unit 3 Year 4 Gujarat 5 India 6 % Share of State 7

2 No. of Establishments engaged in All Non-Agricultural Activities

3 No. of Workers engaged in All Agricultural Activities

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Sr. No. 1 4.1 Rural Own Account Establishments (OAE) Non Directory Establishments Directory Establishments All 4.2 Urban Own Account Establishments (OAE) Non Directory Establishments Directory Establishments All 4.3 Combined Own Account Establishments (OAE) Non Directory Establishments Directory Establishments All 5.1 Rural Own Account Establishments (OAE) Non-perennial Without Premises All Employment 5.2 Urban Own Account Establishments (OAE) Non-perennial Without Premises All Employment 5.3 Combined Own Account Establishments (OAE) Non-perennial Without Premises Total No. of Employment 6.1 Rural Establishments Non-perennial Without Premises Total No. of Employment Total No. of Hired Employment 6.2 Urban Establishments Non-perennial Without Premises Total No. of Employment Total No. of Hired Employment No. ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 2005 ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 496301 8483 87970 2452899 2040021 7461062 130168 577249 37829122 31306510 6.65 6.52 15.24 6.48 6.52 No. ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 2005 ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 397129 20489 92652 1373605 1095840 7425879 504739 1072446 27342913 23069948 5.35 4.06 8.64 5.02 4.75 No. ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 2005 ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 1532592 58477 362251 2273019 26940048 1581541 5891355 35732086 5.69 3.70 6.15 6.36 No. ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 2005 ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 566735 10782 173058 766580 8829861 200440 1912645 11005648 6.42 5.38 9.05 6.97 No. ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 2005 ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 965857 47695 189193 1506439 18110187 1381101 3978710 24726438 5.33 3.45 4.76 6.09 No. ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 2005 ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 1280588 1487711 1940095 4708394 27893191 28162861 33934468 89990520 4.59 5.28 5.72 5.23 No. ‘’ No. ‘’ 2005 ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 716878 1012186 1411421 3140485 10591063 15911151 21594153 48096367 6.77 6.36 6.54 6.53 No. ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 2005 ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 563710 475525 528674 1567909 17302128 12251710 12340315 41894153 3.26 3.88 4.28 3.74 Item 2 Unit 3 Year 4 Gujarat 5 India 6 % Share of State 7

4 No. of Workers engaged in All Non-Agricultural Activities

5 Selected Characteristics of Own Account Establishments

6 Selected Characteristics of Establishments (with hired worker)

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Sr. No. 1 6.3 Combined Establishments Non-perennial Without Premises Total No. of Employment Total No. of Hired Employment XI Banking 1 All Scheduled Commercial Banks Number Rs.in crore “ % As on June.-11 ‘’ ‘’ 4948 261768 171664 65.58 90147 5370669 4038310 75.19 5.49 4.87 4.25 (I) Offices (ii) Deposits (iii) Credit Credit Deposit Ratio Source: Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai XII Companies Companies at work 1 Public Number Paid-up Capital 2 Private Number Paid-up Capital 3 Total Number Paid-up Capital Source: Ministry of Corporate Affairs XIII Transport A Road Length by Surface (As on 31st March)* 1 Total length 2 Surfaced 3 Unsurfaced (i) Road length per 100 sq.km. of area (ii) Road length per lakh of population B Road Length by Category (As on 31st March) Kms. “ “ “ “ ‘000 No. “ 2008 “ “ “ “ 2009(P) “ “ 3245 18447 96855 19306 8777 10999 5611 19151 66754 154522 2251991 304327 270189 114951 3497 8711 4.86 11.94 4.30 6.34 3.25 9.57 Kms. “ “ “ “ 2008 “ “ “ “ 146630 132321 14309 74.8 258.9 3047783 1691051 1356732 92.7 266.2 4.81 7.82 1.05 No. In Ten Million ‘’ ‘’ 44774 86125 786774 1003888 5.69 8.58 No. In Ten Million ‘’ ‘’ 38971 14769 704716 349810 5.53 4.22 No. In Ten Million As on March’09 ‘’ 5803 71357 82058 654077 7.07 10.91 No. ‘’ ‘’ No. ‘’ 2005 ‘’ ‘’ 2005 ‘’ 893430 28972 180622 3826504 3135861 14886941 634907 1649695 65172035 54376458 6.00 4.56 10.95 5.87 5.77 Item 2 Unit 3 Year 4 Gujarat 5 India 6 % Share of State 7

Source: Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation

* Excludes 10.6 lakh km of road constructed under PMGSY and JRY 1 National Highway 2 State Highway 3 Other PWD/Panchayat Roads 4 Urban Roads 5 Project Roads C Motor Vehicles (As on 31st March) 1 Registered (i) Per 100 sq. km. of area (ii) Per lakh of population

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Sr. No. 1 I Transport (i) Multi-axled/Articulated Vehicles/Trucks & Lorries (ii) Light Motor Vehicles(Goods) (iii) Buses (iv) Taxis (v) Light Motor Vehicles(Passengers) Total II Non-Transport (i) Two Wheelers (ii) Cars/Jeeps (iii) Tractors/Trailers (iv) Others Total Total (I+II) E Incidence of Road Accidents Source: Ministry of Road Transport & Highways D Total Railway Length E Ports 1 Major Ports 2 Minor / Intermediate Ports 3 Cargo handled by Non-Major Ports 4 Cargo handled by Major Port * Source: Indian Ports Association, * Tentative XIV Communications 1 Post offices 2 Letter Boxes * Including Daman, Diu and Dadar & Nagar Haveli 3 Telephone Connections (i) Wireline(Fixed) Phones (ii) Wireless(GSM+CDMA) Phones 4 Total Telephones Overall Urban Rural 5 Teledensity per ‘00 population Overall Urban Rural Source: Ministry of Communication and IT % “ “ As on 31st December-10 “ “ 76.12 124.23 43.69 66.17 147.52 31.22 ‘000 “ “ As on 31st December-10 “ “ 45297 29766 15531 787290 527460 259830 5.75 5.64 5.98 ‘000 “ As on 31st December-10 “ 1971 43326 35090 752200 5.62 5.76 No. “ 2008-09 “ 8972* 28215* 155015 585087 5.79 4.82 No. “ in Lakh Tonnes ‘’ 2010 “ 2009-10 2010-11 1 41 2055.40 818.80 12 187 2936.29 5699.08 8.3 21.9 70.0 14.4 Kms. March, 2008 5328 63273 8.42 No. “ “ “ “ “ No. 2009(P) “ “ “ “ “ 2009(P) 8087416 1093965 650758 32130 9864269 10998651 31034 82402105 14004781 6021378 821628 103249892 114951033 486384 9.81 7.81 10.81 3.91 9.55 9.57 6.38 No. “ “ “ “ “ 2009(P) “ “ “ “ “ 247772 338826 58253 62915 426616 1134382 3347558 2693366 1205793 1307805 3146619 11701141 7.40 12.58 4.83 4.81 13.56 9.69 Item 2 D Category-wise Registered Motor Vehicles Unit 3 Year 4 Gujarat 5 India 6 % Share of State 7

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Sr. No. 1 Item 2 1 Expectation of Life at Birth (i) Male (ii) Female (iii) Male (iv) Female 2 Birth Rate (SRS) (per ‘000 Population) (i) Rural (ii) Urban (iii) Total 3 Death Rate (SRS) (per ‘000 Population) (i) Rural Total Male Female (ii) Urban Total Male Female (iii) Total Total Male Female 4 Natural Growth Rate (per ‘000 Population) (i) Rural (ii) Urban (iii) Total 5 Infant Mortality Rate (SRS) (Per ‘000 live birth) (i) Rural Total Male Female (ii) Urban Total Male Female (iii) Total Total Male Female 6 Primary Health Centre 6.1 Average No. of Villages served by PHC 7 Community Health Centre 7.1 Average No. of Villages served by CHC No. “ “ No. “ “ “ 2010 ‘’ ‘’ As on 31st March-10 ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 44 41 47 1096 17 290 64 47 46 49 23673 27 4535 141 4.63 6.39 No. “ “ 2010 ‘’ ‘’ 30 28 33 31 30 33 No. “ “ 2010 ‘’ ‘’ 51 48 54 51 50 53 No. “ “ 2010 ‘’ ‘’ 15.8 14.0 15.1 15.9 12.2 14.9 No. “ “ 2010 ‘’ ‘’ 6.7 7.1 6.3 7.2 7.7 6.7 No. “ “ 2010 ‘’ ‘’ 5.5 5.8 5.1 5.8 6.2 5.3 No. “ “ 2010 ‘’ ‘’ 7.5 7.9 7.0 7.7 8.3 7.2 No. “ “ 2010 ‘’ ‘’ 23.3 19.4 21.8 23.7 18.0 22.1 Year “ “ “ 2006-10 ‘’ 2016-20 ‘’ 67.2 71.0 70.7 73.7 65.8 68.1 68.8 71.1 Unit 3 Year 4 Gujarat 5 India 6 % Share of State 7

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Sr. No. 1 8 No. of Sub Centres 8.1 Average No. of Villages served by Sub centres XVI Family Planning 1 No. of Sterilisations during the year 2 IUD insertions during the year 3 No. of conventional contraceptive users Source: Ministry of Health & Family Welfare XVII Estimates of Population below Poverty Line* 1 Rural (i) No. of Persons (ii) % of Persons 2 Urban (i) No. of Persons (ii) % of Persons 3 Combined (i) No. of Persons (ii) % of Persons * Planning Commission XVIII Forest 1 Recorded Forest Area (i) Reserved Forest (ii) Protected Forest (iii) Unclassed Forest 2 % of Forest area to Geographical area 3 Forest Cover Area (i) Very Dense Forest (ii) Moderate Dense Forest (iii) Open Forest (iv) % of Geographical area - No. - Area 6 Wildlife Sanctuaries : - No. - Area Source: Ministry of Environment & Forest 4 Scrub 5 National Park : Sq. Km. ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ % Sq. Km. ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ % Sq. Km. No. Sq.Km. No. Sq.km. 2007 ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ 2007 2007 ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ ‘’ As on 31st December-09 “ “ “ 18927 14122 479 4326 9.66 14620 376 5249 8995 7.46 1463 4 480 22 16423 769512 430582 206219 132711 23.41 690899 83510 319012 288377 21.02 41525 100 38024 514 117914 2.46 3.28 0.23 3.26 2.12 0.45 1.65 3.12 3.52 4.00 1.26 4.28 13.93 in Lakhs % 2004-05 ‘’ 90.69 16.80 3017.20 27.50 3.01 in Lakhs % 2004-05 ‘’ 27.19 13.00 807.96 25.70 3.37 in Lakhs % 2004-05 ‘’ 63.49 19.10 2209.24 28.30 2.87 No. “ “ 2010-11(P) ‘’ 2009-10(P) 325748 599778 1017483 5009322 5561035 25036209 6.50 10.79 4.06 Item 2 Unit 3 “ “ Year 4 As on 31st March-10 ‘’ Gujarat 5 7274 3 India 6 147069 4 % Share of State 7 4.95 -

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Population 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 Figures at a Glance, Census - 2011 (P) - Gujarat & India ......................................... Statewise population of rural and urban by Sex, 2011 (P) ........................................ Statewise Sex Ratio (Females Per 1000 Males), 2011 (P) All India ......................... Statewise Child Population, percentage of child population & child sex ratio in the age group 0-6 years by Residence, 2011(P) .................................................... Statewise Sex Ratio of Total Population and Child Population in the age group 0-6 and 7+ years, 2001 and 2011 (P) ............................................................................... Statewise Literate Population, 2011 (P) .................................................................... Statewise Percentage Decadal variation in population 1901-1911 to 2001-2011(P)... .......................................................................................................... Density of Population - India and States ................................................................... Percentage of urban population to total population by States, 1971 to 2011(P)...... . S-11 S-12 S-13 S-14 S-15 S-16 S-17 S-18 S-19 S-20 S-21 S-22 S-23 S-24 S-25 S-26 S-27 S-28 S-29 S-30 S-31 S-32 S-33 S-34
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1.10 Growth of Population - Gujarat and India 1901 to 2011(P) ..... ................................ 1.11 Districtwise Number of Talukas, Town/Cities and Villages in Gujarat- 2001 & 2011(P) ........................................................................................... 1.12 Population and Decadal Growth Rate by Residence, 2011 (P) ................................. 1.13 Population and Decadal Growth Rate by Residence- Males, 2011 (P) ..................... 1.14 Population and Decadal Growth Rate by Residence - Females, 2011(P) .................. 1.15 Percentage Share of Total Population by Residence, 2001 & 2011 (P) .................... 1.16 Sex Ratio by Residence, 2001 & 2011 (P) ................................................................ 1.17 Child Population and Decadal Growth by Residence - Persons, 2011 (P) ................ 1.18 Percentage of child population by Residence - Persons, 2001 & 2011 (P) ............... 1.19 Child Sex Ratio by Residence, 2001 & 2011 (P) ...................................................... 1.20 Literate Population and Literacy Rate by Residence - Persons, 2011 (P) ................. 1.21 Literacy Rate by Residence - Male & Female, 2011 (P) ........................................... 1.22 Districtwise Decadal variation (in percentage) in population Since 1901 ................ 1.23 Districtwise Sex Ratio Since 1901 ............................................................................ 2. State Domestic Product 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 Gross State Domestic Product by Industry Groups at current prices ...................... Gross State Domestic Product by Industry Groups at constant (2004-05) prices. .... Net State Domestic Product by Industry Groups at current prices ........................... Net State Domestic Product by Industry Groups at constant (2004-05) prices ........ Index number of Net State Domestic Product and Net National Product at constant (2004-05) prices ..........................................................................................
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3. Agriculture 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9 Districtwise Aannual Average Rainfall ......................... ............................................ Land Utilisation ......................................................................................................... Area, (In ‘000 Hectares) Production (‘000 Tonnes) and Yield (In Kg.) per hectare of principal Crops ................................................................................... Area Irrigated by sources ........................................................................................... Area Irrigated by some Important Crops ................................................................... Number of Operational Holdings and Area operated by size distribution of Operational Holdings- 2005-06 ................................................................................. Number and Area of Operational holdings (total) as per Agricultural Census- 2005-06 ........................................................................................................ Agriculture produce market committees, main yards and sub-market yards by districts ..................................................................................................................... Livestock and Agricultural Implements ..................................................................... 3.10 Estimated Production of Milk, Eggs and Wool of Gujarat State ............................... 4. Fisheries 4.1 5.1 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 7.1 7.2 8.1 8.2 8.3
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Marine and Inland Fish Production ........................................................................... Co-operative Statistics ............................................................................................... Registration of Micro, Small & Medium (MSMED), EM Part-II (P) Units in Gujarat State .............................................................................................................. Results of Annual Survey of Industries - Factory sector - All Industries Gujarat State .............................................................................................................. Number of working factories and workers Employed daily therein .......................... Number of working factories and workers Employed daily therein by Industry group ........................................................................................... Industrywise Strikes and lockouts ............................................................................. Value of mineral production ...................................................................................... Production of important minerals .............................................................................. Installed capacity of Electricity in Gujarat State ....................................................... Generation of Electricity in Gujarat State ................................................................. Consumption of Electric Power by uses ....................................................................
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9. Transport and Communication 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6 9.7 9.8 Railway Route Length in Kilometre .......................................................................... Length of roads by category ...................................................................................... Length of roads by type of surface ............................................................................ Number of motor vehicles registered ........................................................................ Number of Motorcycles (two wheelers) registered per lakh of population in Gujarat ............................................................................................. Working of the Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation ....................................... Cargo handled by ports in Gujarat ............................................................................. Number of Post Offices and Telephone Connections in Gujarat ............................... S-61 S-62 S-63 S-64 S-65 S-66 S-67 S-68

10. Banking 10.1 Number of offices, Deposits and Bank Credit of all Scheduled Commercial Banks in Gujarat ........................................................................................................ 11. Education 11.1 Educational Institutions, Students and Teachers ...................................................... 11.2 Number of sanctioned seats and actual admissions in Technical Education ............ 12. Vital Statistics 12.1 Statewise provisional estimates of Birth Rate, Death Rate and Natural Growth Rate, 2010 ........................................................................................ 12.2 Birth rate, Death rate and Infant Mortality Rate - Gujarat ........................................ 12.3 Number of Allopathic Medical Institutions ............................................................... 13. Family Welfare 13.1 Sterilisation and IUD Insertions ................................................................................ 13.2 Births (In ‘000) averted due to various methods of family welfare .......................... 13.3 Number of couples effectively protected by various methods of family welfare........................................................................................................ 14. Employment 14.1 Employment in Public and Private Sector ................................................................. 14.2 Employment in Public and Private Sector by Industrial Classification ......................... 14.3 Women employment in Public and Private Sector .................................................... 14.4 Working of Employment Exchanges ........................................................................ 14.5 Number of job seekers by level of Education- Registered with Employment Exchanges ...........................................................................................
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15. Food and Civil Supplies 15.1 Allotment and lifting of Superior Kerosene Oil ....................................................... 15.2 Lifting of Light Diesel Oil (Crude Oil) and High Speed Diesel Oil ........................ 16. Prices 16.1 Index of All India Wholesale Price by group and sub-group ................................... 16.2 Consumer Price Index for Agricultural Labourers and Rural Labourers in Gujarat and India ....................................................................................................... 16.3 Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers by Major groups for selected centres of Gujarat State ................................................... 17. Public Finance 17.1 General Budgetary position of Gujarat State ............................................................. 17.2 Receipts on State Accounts ........................................................................................ 17.3 Expenditure on State Accounts .................................................................................. 17.4 Income Tax Statistics, Gujarat State .......................................................................... 18. Planning 18.1 Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007-12) Outlay and Outlay & Expenditure for the Annual Plans by heads of development ......................................................... S-92 S-87 S-88 S-89 S-91 S-85 S-84 S-82 S-81 S-81

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 1.1  FIGURES AT A GLANCE, CENSUS - 2011 (P) - GUJARAT & INDIA Sr. No 1 1 Item 2 Population Unit Total 3 Persons Males Females 2 Percentage Share of State Persons Males Females 3 Percentage of Rural and Urban Population to Total Population Decadal Population Growth (in Absolute No.) 2001-2011 Decadal Population Growth (in Percentage) 2001-2011 Sex Ratio Persons 4 GUJARAT Rural 5 Urban 6 13679307 12033504 6.82 6.99 6.64 42.58 Total 7 623724248 586469174 100.00 INDIA Rural 8 Urban 9

60383628 34670817 31482282 17802975 28901346 16867842 4.99 5.05 4.93 100.00 4.16 4.16 4.16 57.42

25712811 1210193422

833087662 377105760 427917052 195807196 405170610 181298564 68.84 31.16

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Persons Males Females Persons Males Females Females per 1000 males Persons Males Females Persons Males Females Females per 1000 males Persons Males Females

9712611 5096705 4615906 19.17 19.32 19.01 918

2930050 1485204 1444846 9.23 9.10 9.37 947

6782561 3611501 3171060 35.83 35.87 35.78 880

181455986 91501158 89954828 17.64 17.19 18.12 940

90469915 46248060 44221855 12.18 12.12 12.25 947

90986071 45253098 45732973 31.80 30.06 33.73 926

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Absolute Population in the Age Group 0-6 Percentage to Total Population in the Age Group 0-6 Child Sex Ratio (0-6 Years) Literates

7494176 3974286 3519890 12.41 12.62 12.18 886

4676249 2452807 2223442 13.49 13.78 13.18 906

2817927 1521479 1296448 10.96 11.12 10.77 852

158789287 82952135 75837152 13.12 13.30 12.93 914

117585514 61285192 56300322 14.11 14.32 13.90 919

41203773 21666943 19536830 10.93 11.07 10.78 902

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41948677 21896928 23995500 12756737 17953177 79.31 87.23 70.73 9140191 73.00 83.10 62.41

20051749 11238763 8812986 87.58 92.44 82.08

778454120 444203762 334250358 74.04 82.14 65.46

493020878 285433242 288047480 156156282 204973398 129276960 68.91 78.57 58.75 84.98 89.67 79.92

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 1.2  STATEWISE POPULATION OF RURAL AND URBAN BY SEX - 2011 (P) Sr. IndiaStates/ No. UTs
1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2 INDIA Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh

Rural
Total 3 56311788 1069165 26780516 92075028 19603658 551414 34670817 16531493 6167805 9134820 25036946 37552529 17455506 52537899 61545441 1899624 2368971 529037 1406861 34951234 17316800 51540236 455962 37189229 2710051 7025583 62213676 244411 29004 183024 60331 419319 14121 394341 Males 4 28219760 554304 13689739 47983851 9792514 276121 17802975 8791036 3102262 4809619 12775468 19010998 8403706 27142409 31593580 966264 1194757 271319 724595 17584859 9086466 26680882 242122 18663701 1385505 81044655 3512456 31904144 130647 17155 98250 32317 227000 7228 194388 Females 5 28092028 514861 13090777 44091177 9811144 275293 16867842 7740457 3065543 4325201 12261478 18541531 9051800 25395490 29951861 933360 1174214 257718 682266 17366375 8230334 24859354 213840 18525528 1324546 74066367 3513127 30309532 113764 11849 84774 28014 192319 6893 199953 Total 6 28353745 313446 4388756 11729609 5936538 906309 25712811 8821588 688704 3414106 7929292 23578175 15932171 20059666 50827531 822132 595036 561977 573741 6996124 10387436 17080776 151726 34949729 960981 44470455 3091169 29134060 135533 1025682 159829 182580 16333916 50308 850123

Urban
Males 7 14290121 165928 2265188 6201496 3035401 464590 13679307 4714094 371630 1855942 4156220 12046744 7617584 10470511 26767817 403500 297911 281020 301112 3616819 5548353 8939204 79539 17495170 486362 23551760 1641722 15023245 71683 563127 94928 117783 8749410 25878 416097 Females 8 14063624 147518 2123568 5528113 2901137 441719 12033504 4107494 317074 1558164 3773072 11531431 8314587 9589155 24059714 418632 297125 280957 272629 3379305 4839083 8141572 72187 17454559 474619 20918695 1449447 14110815 63850 462555 64901 64797 7584506 24430 434026 Total 9

Population
Males 10 42509881 720232 15954927 54185347 12827915 740711 31482282 13505130 3473892 6665561 16931688 31057742 16021290 37612920 58361397 1369764 1492668 552339 1025707 21201678 14634819 35620086 321661 36158871 1871867 5154178 46927389 202330 580282 193178 150100 8976410 33106 610485 Females 11 42155652 662379 15214345 49619290 12712281 717012 28901346 11847951 3382617 5883365 16034550 30072962 17366387 34984645 54011575 1351992 1471339 538675 954895 20745680 13069417 33000926 286027 35980087 1799165 94985062 4962574 44420347 177614 474404 149675 92811 7776825 31323 633979

833087662 427917052 405170610 377105760 195807196

181298564 1210193422 623724248 586469174 84665533 1382611 31169272 103804637 25540196 1457723 60383628 25353081 6856509 12548926 32966238 61130704 33387677 72597565 112372972 2721756 2964007 1091014 1980602 41947358 27704236 68621012 607688 72138958 3671032 10116752 91347736 379944 1054686 342853 242911 16753235 64429 1244464

10 Jammu & Kashmir 11 Jharkhand 12 Karnataka 13 Kerala 14 Madhya Pradesh 15 Maharashtra 16 Manipur 17 Meghalaya 18 Mizoram 19 Nagaland 20 Orissa 21 Punjab 22 Rajasthan 23 Sikkim 24 Tamil Nadu 25 Tripura 27 Uttarakhand 28 West Bengal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 A & N Islands Chandigarh D & N Haveli Daman & Diu NCT of Delhi Lakshadweep Puducherry Union Territories

26 Uttar Pradesh 155111022

199581477 104596415

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 1.3  STATEWISE SEX RATIO (FEMALES PER 1000 MALES), 2011(P) - ALL INDIA Sr. No. 1 INDIA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal Union Territories A & N Islands Chandigarh D & N Haveli Daman & Diu NCT of Delhi Lakshadweep Puducherry 878 818 775 618 866 946 1038 871 691 863 867 847 954 1029 891 821 684 550 867 944 1043 India/States/UTs 2 Total 3 940 992 920 954 916 991 968 918 877 974 883 947 968 1084 930 925 987 986 975 931 978 893 926 889 995 961 908 963 947 Rural 4 947 995 929 956 919 1002 997 947 880 988 899 960 975 1077 936 948 966 983 950 942 988 906 932 883 993 956 914 1000 950 Urban 5 926 984 889 937 891 956 951 880 871 853 840 908 957 1091 916 899 1038 997 1000 905 934 872 911 908 998 976 888 883 939

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1.4  STATEWISE CHILD POPULATION, PERCENTAGE OF CHILD POPULATION AND CHILD SEX RATIO (0-6) YEARS BY RESIDENCE - 2011(P) Sr. No. India/States/ UTs Total 1 INDIA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal Union Territories A & N Islands Chandigarh D & N Haveli Daman & Diu NCT of Delhi Lakshadweep Puducherry 39497 117953 49196 25880 1970510 7088 127610 26547 4255 27675 7231 55773 1771 42668 12950 113698 21521 18649 1914737 5317 84942 10.40 11.18 14.35 10.65 11.76 11.00 10.25 10.86 14.67 15.12 11.99 13.30 12.54 10.82 9.55 11.09 13.47 10.21 11.72 10.57 9.99 966 867 924 909 866 908 965 975 862 961 925 809 888 957 947 867 878 903 868 915 969 2 3 158789287 8642686 202759 4511307 18582229 3584028 139495 7494176 3297724 763864 2008642 5237582 6855801 3322247 10548295 12848375 353237 555822 165536 285981 5035650 2941570 10504916 61077 6894821 444055 29728235 1328844 10112599 Child Population (0-6 Years) Rural 4 117585514 5852284 164617 4081613 16899426 2866474 52321 4676249 2242901 700087 1596076 4247095 4351788 1747512 8132745 7445853 254873 477560 91755 214138 4335012 1864484 8319914 47038 3651552 354459 24248066 968474 7535228 Urban 5 41203773 2790402 38142 429694 1682803 717554 87174 2817927 1054823 63777 412566 990487 2504013 1574735 2415550 5402522 98364 78262 73781 71843 700638 1077086 2185002 14039 3243269 89596 5480169 360370 2577371 % of Child Pop. to (Persons) Total Pop. (0-6 Years) Total 6 13.12 10.21 14.66 14.47 17.90 14.03 9.57 12.41 13.01 11.14 16.01 15.89 11.21 9.95 14.53 11.43 12.98 18.75 15.17 14.44 12.00 10.62 15.31 10.05 9.56 12.10 14.90 13.14 11.07 Rural 7 14.11 10.39 15.40 15.24 18.35 14.62 9.49 13.49 13.57 11.35 17.47 16.96 11.59 10.01 15.48 12.10 13.42 20.16 17.34 15.22 12.40 10.77 16.14 10.32 9.82 13.08 15.63 13.78 12.11 Urban 8 10.93 9.84 12.17 9.79 14.35 12.09 9.62 10.96 11.96 9.26 12.08 12.49 10.62 9.88 12.04 10.63 11.96 13.15 13.13 12.52 10.01 10.37 12.79 9.25 9.28 9.32 12.32 11.66 8.85 Total 9 914 943 960 957 933 964 920 886 830 906 859 943 943 959 912 883 934 970 971 944 934 846 883 944 946 953 899 886 950 Child Sex Ratio (0-6 Years) Rural 10 919 942 964 957 935 972 924 906 831 909 860 952 945 960 917 880 929 972 966 932 939 843 886 952 937 955 904 894 952 Urban 11 902 946 944 955 906 932 917 852 829 878 854 904 941 958 895 888 945 957 978 979 909 851 869 917 957 945 879 864 943

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 1.5  STATEWISE SEX RATIO OF TOTAL POPULATION AND CHILD POPULATION IN THE AGE GROUP 0-6 AND 7+ YEARS, 2001 AND 2011(P) Sr. No. India/States/ UTs Total Population 2001 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 2 INDIA Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal Union Territories A & N Islands Chandigarh D & N Haveli Daman & Diu NCT of Delhi Lakshadweep Puducherry 3 933 978 893 935 919 989 961 920 861 968 892 941 965 1058 919 922 974 972 935 900 972 876 921 875 987 948 898 962 934 846 777 812 710 821 948 1001 2011(P) 4 940 992 920 954 916 991 968 918 877 974 883 947 968 1084 930 925 987 986 975 931 978 893 926 889 995 961 908 963 947 878 818 775 618 866 946 1038 Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 Males) Child Population in the Age Group 0-6 2001 5 927 961 964 965 942 975 938 883 819 896 941 965 946 960 932 913 957 973 964 964 953 798 909 963 942 966 916 908 960 957 845 979 926 868 959 967 2011(P) 6 914 943 960 957 933 964 920 886 830 906 859 943 943 959 912 883 934 970 971 944 934 846 883 944 946 953 899 886 950 966 867 924 909 866 908 965 Population Aged 7 and above 2001 7 934 981 878 929 914 992 964 927 869 980 884 935 968 1072 916 924 977 971 930 890 976 888 923 861 993 945 894 973 929 831 767 779 682 813 946 1006 2011(P) 8 944 997 913 953 912 995 973 923 885 983 887 948 971 1099 933 931 995 989 976 929 985 899 935 883 1000 962 910 975 946 868 812 752 589 866 951 1047

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 1.6  STATEWISE LITERATE POPULATION, 2011(P) Sr. No. 1 INDIA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim Tamil Nadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttarakhand West Bengal Union Territories A & N Islands Chandigarh D & N Haveli Daman & Diu NCT of Delhi Lakshadweep Puducherry 293695 809653 228028 188974 12763352 52914 966600 164219 468166 144916 124911 7210050 28249 502575 129476 341487 83112 64063 5553302 24665 464025 183863 20217 102355 43281 300539 11352 284931 109832 789436 125673 145693 12462813 41562 681669 India/States/UTs 2 Total 3 778454120 51438510 789943 19507017 54390254 15598314 1152117 41948677 16904324 5104506 7245053 18753660 41029323 28234227 43827193 82512225 1891196 1817761 847592 1357579 27112376 18988611 38970500 449294 52413116 2831742 118423805 6997433 62614556 Males 4 444203762 28759782 454532 10756937 32711975 8962121 620026 23995500 9991838 2791542 4370604 11168649 22808468 13755888 25848137 46294041 1026733 934091 438949 731796 15326036 10626788 24184782 253364 28314595 1515973 70479196 3930174 34508159 Females 5 334250358 22678728 335411 8750080 21678279 6636193 532091 17953177 6912486 2312964 2874449 7585011 18220855 14478339 17979056 36218184 864463 883670 408643 625783 11786340 8361823 14785718 195930 24098521 1315769 47944609 3067259 28106397 Rural 6 493020878 30850648 557105 15988262 46478818 11173237 420523 21896928 10393591 4533373 4898008 12973765 22860653 14595727 28991005 41703097 1268881 1345805 368672 904799 21669993 11195395 26945543 326398 24752447 2016022 88396557 4670901 39898187 Urban 7 285433242 20587862 232838 3518755 7911436 4425077 731594 20051749 6510733 571133 2347045 5779895 18168670 13638500 14836188 40809128 622315 471956 478920 452780 5442383 7793216 12024957 122896 27660669 815720 30027248 2326532 22716369

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1.7  STATEWISE PERCENTAGE DECADAL VARIATION IN POPULATION , 1901-1911 to 2001-2011(P) 19011911 3 5.75 12.49 N.A. 16.99 1.52 24.15 2.36 7.79 -9.70 -1.22 7.16 11.19 3.60 11.75 12.38 10.74 21.71 15.71 10.64 46.76 10.44 -10.78 6.70 48.98 8.57 32.48 -1.36 8.20 6.25 7.34 -16.07 19.52 1.45 1.98 4.85 4.39 19111921 4 -0.31 -0.13 N.A. 20.48 -0.97 1.41 -3.55 3.79 1.95 1.65 5.75 0.31 -1.09 9.16 -2.40 -2.91 10.92 7.21 7.90 6.55 -1.94 6.26 -6.29 -7.05 3.47 32.59 -3.16 -1.23 -2.91 2.37 -1.65 6.99 -3.26 18.03 -6.31 -5.06 19211931 5 11.00 12.99 N.A. 19.91 9.74 14.51 7.62 12.92 7.14 5.23 10.14 16.86 9.38 21.85 10.21 14.91 16.04 13.83 26.42 12.62 11.94 12.02 14.14 34.37 8.52 25.63 6.56 8.74 8.14 8.78 9.10 23.23 15.98 30.26 17.62 5.93 19311941 6 14.22 12.75 N.A. 20.40 12.22 13.04 7.05 19.25 15.63 11.54 10.36 12.13 11.09 16.04 12.06 11.99 14.92 15.59 22.81 6.04 10.22 19.82 18.01 10.67 11.91 34.14 13.57 13.63 22.93 14.61 14.11 5.70 17.52 44.27 14.43 10.20 19411951 7 13.31 14.02 N.A. 19.93 10.58 9.42 1.21 18.69 7.60 5.42 10.42 9.35 19.36 22.82 8.38 19.27 12.80 8.97 28.42 12.30 6.38 -4.58 15.20 13.34 14.66 24.56 11.78 12.67 13.22 -8.28 7.47 2.70 13.55 90.00 14.60 11.31 19511961 8 21.64 15.65 N.A. 34.98 19.79 22.77 7.77 26.88 33.79 17.87 9.44 19.69 21.57 24.76 24.73 23.60 35.04 27.03 35.61 73.35 19.82 21.56 26.20 17.76 11.85 78.71 16.38 22.57 32.80 105.19 394.13 39.56 -24.56 52.44 14.61 16.34 19611971 9 24.80 20.90 38.91 34.95 20.91 27.12 34.77 29.39 32.22 23.04 29.65 22.58 24.22 26.29 29.28 27.45 37.53 31.50 24.93 39.88 25.05 21.70 27.83 29.38 22.30 36.28 19.54 24.42 26.87 81.17 114.59 27.96 70.85 52.93 31.95 27.81 19711981 10 24.66 23.10 35.15 23.36 24.16 20.39 26.74 27.67 28.75 23.71 29.69 23.79 26.75 19.24 27.16 24.54 32.46 32.04 48.55 50.05 20.17 23.89 32.97 50.77 17.50 31.92 25.39 27.45 23.17 63.93 75.55 39.78 26.07 53.00 26.53 28.15 19811991 11 23.86 24.20 36.83 24.24 23.38 25.73 16.08 21.19 27.41 20.79 30.34 24.03 21.12 14.32 27.24 25.73 29.29 32.86 39.70 56.08 20.06 20.81 28.44 28.47 15.39 34.30 25.55 24.23 24.73 48.70 42.16 33.57 28.62 51.45 28.47 33.64 19912001 12 21.54 14.59 27.00 18.92 28.62 18.27 15.21 22.66 28.43 17.54 29.43 23.36 17.51 9.43 24.26 22.73 24.86 30.65 28.82 64.53 16.25 20.10 28.41 33.06 11.72 16.03 25.85 20.41 17.77 26.90 40.28 59.22 55.73 47.02 17.30 20.62 20012011 (P) 13 17.64 11.10 25.92 16.93 25.07 22.59 8.17 19.17 19.90 12.81 23.71 22.34 15.67 4.86 20.30 15.99 18.45 27.82 22.78 -0.47 13.97 13.73 21.44 12.36 15.60 14.75 20.09 19.17 13.93 6.68 17.10 55.50 53.54 20.96 6.23 27.72

Sr. India/State/ No. Union Territory 1 INDIA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Prad. Assam Bihar Chhatisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh 2

10 Jammu & Kashmir 11 Jharkhand 12 Karnataka 13 Kerala 14 Madhya Pradesh 15 Maharashtra 16 Manipur 17 Meghalaya 18 Mizoram 19 Nagaland 20 Orissa 21 Punjab 22 Rajasthan 23 Sikkim 24 Tamil Nadu 25 Tripura 26 Uttar Pradesh 27 Uttaranchal 28 West Bengal Union Territory 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 A. & N. Islands Chandigarh D. & N. Haveli Daman & Diu Delhi Lakshadweep Pondicherry

Source : Office of Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India.

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1.8  DENSITY OF POPULATION - INDIA AND STATES Sr. India/States/ Population Per Sq.km. No. Union Territory 1951 1961 1971 1981 1991 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 1 2 3 4 5 6 2 INDIA Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhatisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim TamilNadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttaranchal West Bengal Union Territory A & N Islands Chandigarh D & N Haveli Daman & Diu Delhi Lakshadweep 3 117 113 N.A. 102 223 148 83 128 43 N.A. 101 349 59 104 26 27 9 13 94 182 47 19 232 61 215 296 4 213 85 434 1176 657 4 142 131 4 138 267 159 105 172 51 N.A. 123 435 73 129 35 34 13 22 113 221 59 23 259 109 251 394 8 1052 118 327 1793 753 5 177 158 6 186 324 215 136 227 62 N.A. 153 549 94 164 48 45 16 31 141 269 75 30 317 148 300 499 14 2257 151 559 2742 994 6 216 195 8 230 402 272 174 292 77 59 194 655 118 204 64 60 23 47 169 333 100 45 372 196 377 615 23 3961 211 705 4194 1258 7 267 242 10 286 685 130 316 211 372 93 76 274 235 749 158 257 82 79 33 73 203 403 129 57 429 263 548 133 767 34 5632 282 907 6352 1616

2001 8 325 277 13 340 881 154 364 258 478 109 100 338 276 819 196 315 103 103 42 120 236 484 165 76 480 305 690 159 903 43 7900 449 1413 9340 1895

2011(P) 9 382 308 17 397 1102 189 394 308 573 123 124 414 319 859 236 365 122 132 52 119 269 550 201 86 555 350 828 189 1029 46 9252 698 2169 11297 2013

Source : Office of Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India.

7 Pondicherry 645 750 959 1229 1642 2034 2598 Note : (1)  While working out the density of India in 1971, Jammu & Kashmir has been excluded as comparable figures of area and population are not available for the State. (2)  1981 census could not be held in Assam therefore, for calculating the density of India and Assam, the population figures for 1981 for Assam as worked out by interpolation have been taken. (3)  While for working out the density of India and J&K for 1991 and 2001 Census, the entire area and population of those portions J&K which are under illegal occupation of Pakistan and China have not been taken into account (4)  1991 census was not held in J&K. For calculating density of India and J&K, population figures of 1991 for J&K as projected by standing committee of expert in population projection. (Oct.1989) have bee taken. (5)  Uttaranchal, Jharkhand and Chhatisgarh are newly formed states hence separate data for these states of previous census is not available.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 1.9  PERCENTAGE OF URBAN POPULATION TO POPULATION BY STATES, 1971 to 2011(P) Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 India/States/ Union Territory 2 INDIA Andhra Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhatisgarh Goa Gujarat Haryana Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim TamilNadu Tripura Uttar Pradesh Uttaranchal West Bengal Union Territory A & N Islands Chandigarh D & N Haveli Daman & Diu Delhi Lakshadweep Pondicherry 1971 3 19.91 19.31 3.70 8.82 10.00 N.A. 25.56 28.08 17.67 6.99 18.59 N.A. 24.31 16.24 16.29 31.17 13.19 14.55 11.36 9.95 8.41 23.73 17.63 9.37 30.26 10.43 14.02 N.A. 24.75 22.77 90.55 N.A. 37.56 89.70 N.A. 42.04 1981 4 23.34@ 23.32 6.56 9.88 12.47 N.A. 32.03 31.10 21.88 7.61 21.05 N.A. 28.89 18.74 20.29 35.03 26.42 18.07 24.67 15.52 11.79 27.68 21.05 16.15 32.95 10.99 17.95 N.A. 26.47 26.30 93.63 6.67 36.75 92.73 46.28 52.28 1991 5 25.71 26.89 12.80 11.10 10.40 17.40 41.01 34.49 24.63 8.69 23.83* 21.25 30.92 26.39 25.27 38.69 27.52 18.60 46.10 17.21 13.38 29.55 22.88 9.10 34.15 15.30 19.68 22.97 27.48 26.71 89.69 8.47 46.80 89.93 56.31 64.00 2001 6 27.81 27.30 20.75 12.90 10.46 20.09 49.76 37.36 28.92 9.80 24.81 22.24 33.99 25.96 26.46 42.43 25.11 19.58 49.63 17.23 14.99 33.92 23.39 11.07 44.04 17.06 20.78 25.67 27.97 32.63 89.77 22.89 36.25 93.18 44.46 66.57 2011(P) 7 31.16 33.49 22.67 14.08 11.30 23.24 62.17 42.58 34.79 10.04 27.21 24.05 38.57 47.72 27.63 45.23 30.21 20.08 51.51 28.97 16.68 37.49 24.89 24.97 48.45 26.18 22.28 30.55 31.89 35.67 97.25 46.62 75.16 97.50 78.08 68.31

Note :  Uttaranchal, Jharkhand and Chhatisgarh are newly formed states hence data for 1971 and 1981 census is not available. (*)  Based on the projected population of J&K by the standing committee of expert on population projections(October, 1989). (@)  The 1981 census could not be held in Assam. Population figures for 1981 for Assam have beenworked out by interpolation. Source : Office of Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 1.10  GROWTH OF POPULATION - GUJARAT AND INDIA, 1901 to 2011(P) Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Year Total Poplation (lakh) 3 91 98 102 115 137 163 206 267 341 413 507 604 2384 2521 2513 2790 3187 3611 4392 5482 6833 8434 10287 12102 Decadal Growth Rate 4 +7.79 +3.79 +12.92 +19.25 +18.69 +26.88 +29.39 +27.67 +21.19 +22.66 +19.17 +5.75 (-) 0.31 +11.00 +14.22 +13.31 +21.64 +24.80 +24.66 +23.86 +21.54 +17.64 Density Sex Ratio (Persons per (Females per Sq. km.) 1000 males) 5 46 50 52 59 70 83 105 136 174 211 258 308 77 82 81 90 103 117 142 177 216 267 325 382 6 954 946 944 945 941 952 940 934 942 934 920 918 972 964 955 950 945 946 941 930 934 927 933 940 Literacy Rate 7 7.93 9.12 10.85 11.98 N.A. 21.82 31.47 36.95 44.92 61.29 69.14 79.31 5.35 5.92 7.16 9.50 16.10 18.33 28.30 34.45 43.57 52.21 64.84 74.04 Percentage of Urban Population 8 22.33 19.25 20.15 20.50 23.79 27.23 25.77 28.08 31.10 34.49 37.36 42.58 10.84 10.29 11.18 11.99 13.86 17.29 17.97 19.91 23.34 25.73 27.81 31.16

2 GUJARAT 1901 1911 1921 1931 1941 1951 1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 2011(P) INDIA 1901 1911 1921 1931 1941 1951 1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 2011(P)

Note :  (1)  Literacy rate for 1901 to 1941 are crude literacy rate. (2)  Literacy rate for 1901 to 1931 are for undivided India. (3)  As a consequence of the revised figures of 1981 census, the decadal growth rate for India during 1971-81 has been estimated at 24.66 percent. (4)  Density of population, Literacy percentage and Sex Ratio for India for 1981 are based on unrevised figures. (5)  The figures of India for 1991 Census are excluding Jammu and Kashmir. (6)  Literacy rate for 1991 and 2001 is based on population aged 7 years and above. Source : Office of Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 1.11  DISTRICTWISE NUMBER OF TALUKAS, TOWNS, CITIES AND VILLAGES, 2001 & 2011 (P) Sr. India/Gujarat/ No. Districts Census - 2001 Sub Districts No. of Towns Statutory Towns 4 3799 168 6 4 5 7 6 7 17 6 9 9 4 12 7 8 12 8 6 3 9 1 5 0 3 8 6 N.A. Census Towns 5 1362 74 2 2 0 1 2 3 8 1 1 7 1 0 1 5 0 0 0 1 7 2 3 0 6 9 12 N.A. 6 638588 18539 950 1249 517 603 1389 291 547 654 846 756 182 1038 617 798 350 615 1215 693 1553 612 663 311 374 452 1264 N.A. Villages* Sub Districts Census - 2011(P) No. of Towns Statutory Census Towns Towns 8 4041 195 6 6 5 7 8 7 9 8 11 13 4 13 9 10 13 11 7 3 11 1 9 1 4 9 8 2 9 3894 153 8 6 1 3 7 8 4 1 12 3 2 2 1 11 2 1 2 3 14 4 12 2 9 19 14 2 10 640867 18225 924 1237 517 606 1376 252 512 651 835 714 182 1029 616 793 347 618 1210 692 1537 609 653 308 372 434 713 488 Villages*

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2 INDIA Gujarat

3 5463 226 10 12 8 9 13 4 11 10 14 10 3 14 11 11 8 10 11 7 12 4 8 1 5 5 15 N.A.

7 5924 225 10 12 7 9 13 4 11 10 14 10 3 14 11 11 8 10 11 7 12 4 8 1 5 5 10 5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

Kachchh Banas Kantha Patan Mahesana Sabar Kantha Gandhinagar Ahmedabad Surendranagar Rajkot Jamnagar Porbandar Junagadh Amreli Bhavnagar Anand Kheda Panch Mahals Dohad Vadodara Narmada Bharuch The Dangs Navsari Valsad Surat Tapi

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 1.12  POPULATION AND DECADAL GROWTH RATE BY RESIDENCE, 2011(P) Sr. No. India/Gujarat/ Districts Total 1 INDIA Gujarat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Kachchh Banas Kantha Patan Mahesana Sabar Kantha Gandhinagar Ahmedabad Surendranagar Rajkot Jamnagar Porbandar Junagadh Amreli Bhavnagar Anand Kheda Panch Mahals Dohad Vadodara Narmada Bharuch The Dangs Navsari Valsad Surat Tapi 2 3 1210193422 60383628 2090313 3116045 1342746 2027727 2427346 1387478 7208200 1755873 3799770 2159130 586062 2742291 1513614 2877961 2090276 2298934 2388267 2126558 4157568 590379 1550822 226769 1330711 1703068 6079231 806489 Population Rural 4 833087662 34670817 1364472 2702668 1061713 1513656 2064318 787949 1149436 1258880 1591188 1188485 300236 1836049 1127808 1697808 1456483 1775716 2053832 1935463 2097791 528765 1022413 202074 921599 1068993 1235509 727513 Urban 5 377105760 25712811 725841 413377 281033 514071 363028 599529 6058764 496993 2208582 970645 285826 906242 385806 1180153 633793 523218 334435 191095 2059777 61614 528409 24695 409112 634075 4843722 78976 Percentage Decadal Growth, 2001-2011(P) Total 6 17.64 19.17 32.03 24.43 13.53 9.91 16.56 12.15 22.31 15.89 19.87 13.38 9.17 12.01 8.59 16.53 12.57 12.81 17.92 29.95 14.16 14.77 13.14 21.44 8.24 20.74 42.19 12.07 Rural 7 12.18 9.23 23.11 21.26 12.44 5.62 11.14 -6.92 -0.31 13.14 3.05 11.28 8.99 5.72 4.33 10.64 7.98 8.84 15.91 30.76 5.12 14.38 0.42 8.22 3.19 3.85 -8.43 11.90 Urban 8 31.80 35.83 52.84 50.05 17.87 24.86 61.25 53.48 27.82 23.49 35.84 16.07 9.35 27.37 23.28 26.21 24.77 28.73 32.00 22.24 25.12 18.25 49.88 NA 21.63 66.35 65.52 13.61

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 1.13  POPULATION AND DECADAL GROWTH RATE BY RESIDENCE - MALES, 2011(P) Sr. No. India/Gujarat/ Districts Total 1 INDIA Gujarat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Kachchh Banas Kantha Patan Mahesana Sabar Kantha Gandhinagar Ahmedabad Surendranagar Rajkot Jamnagar Porbandar Junagadh Amreli Bhavnagar Anand Kheda Panch Mahals Dohad Vadodara Narmada Bharuch The Dangs Navsari Valsad Surat Tapi 2 3 623724248 31482282 1096343 1609148 694062 1053337 1244491 722459 3787050 910266 1975131 1114360 300967 1404506 770651 1490465 1088253 1187098 1227805 1070843 2150229 301270 805945 112976 678423 884064 3399742 402398 Population(Males) Rural 4 427917052 17802975 714387 1393278 547926 783612 1056640 407044 595094 649640 817667 609898 153616 939954 572526 869714 759314 916604 1054325 973281 1078609 269709 527984 100868 465048 541364 642827 362046 Urban 5 195807196 13679307 381956 215870 146136 269725 187851 315415 3191956 260626 1157464 504462 147351 464552 198125 620751 328939 270494 173480 97562 1071620 31561 277961 12108 213375 342700 2756915 40352 Percentage Decadal Growth (Males), 2001-2011(P) Total 6 17.19 19.32 34.50 24.03 13.39 10.02 16.36 11.74 21.56 15.57 20.29 13.56 9.12 12.15 9.84 16.91 11.96 12.00 17.50 29.92 13.33 14.12 12.93 20.22 7.86 20.31 43.93 11.63 Rural 7 12.12 9.10 25.89 20.88 12.45 5.78 10.96 -7.45 -1.00 12.66 3.13 11.84 8.90 6.16 5.96 11.18 7.45 8.02 15.49 30.79 4.28 13.91 -0.15 7.34 2.58 2.84 -8.40 11.47 Urban 8 30.06 35.87 54.21 49.05 17.06 24.53 60.19 52.55 26.96 23.52 36.31 15.71 9.35 26.60 22.85 25.99 23.98 28.00 31.39 21.84 24.17 16.02 50.34 NA 21.49 64.46 66.05 13.14

Source : Office of Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 1.14  POPULATION AND DECADAL GROWTH RATE BY RESIDENCE - FEMALES, 2011(P) Sr. No. India/Gujarat/ Districts Total 1 INDIA Gujarat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Kachchh Banas Kantha Patan Mahesana Sabar Kantha Gandhinagar Ahmedabad Surendranagar Rajkot Jamnagar Porbandar Junagadh Amreli Bhavnagar Anand Kheda Panch Mahals Dohad Vadodara Narmada Bharuch The Dangs Navsari Valsad Surat Tapi 2 3 586469174 28901346 993970 1506897 648684 974390 1182855 665019 3421150 845607 1824639 1044770 285095 1337785 742963 1387496 1002023 1111836 1160462 1055715 2007339 289109 744877 113793 652288 819004 2679489 404091 Population(Females) Rural 4 405170610 16867842 650085 1309390 513787 730044 1007678 380905 554342 609240 773521 578587 146620 896095 555282 828094 697169 859112 999507 962182 1019182 259056 494429 101206 456551 527629 592682 365467 Urban 5 181298564 12033504 343885 197507 134897 244346 175177 284114 2866808 236367 1051118 466183 138475 441690 187681 559402 304854 252724 160955 93533 988157 30053 250448 12587 195737 291375 2086807 38624 Percentage Decadal Growth (Females) 2001-2011(P) Total 6 18.12 19.01 29.41 24.86 13.68 9.80 16.77 12.60 23.16 16.23 19.42 13.20 9.23 11.87 7.31 16.14 13.24 13.69 18.37 29.98 15.07 15.45 13.38 22.68 8.63 21.20 40.03 12.51 Rural 7 12.25 9.37 20.19 21.67 12.42 5.45 11.33 -6.35 0.45 13.65 2.98 10.70 9.10 5.27 2.71 10.07 8.56 9.74 16.36 30.74 6.03 14.87 1.05 9.11 3.82 4.90 -8.46 12.34 Urban 8 33.73 35.78 51.35 51.15 18.75 25.23 62.41 54.54 28.79 23.46 35.33 16.46 9.36 28.18 23.73 26.46 25.63 29.52 32.66 22.67 26.17 20.68 49.37 NA 21.79 68.63 64.83 14.10

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 1.15  PERCENTAGE SHARE OF TOTAL POPULATION BY RESIDENCE, 2001 & 2011(P) Sr. No. India/Gujarat/ Districts Percentage share of Total Population, 2001 Rural 1 INDIA Gujarat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Kachchh Banas Kantha Patan Mahesana Sabar Kantha Gandhinagar Ahmedabad Surendranagar Rajkot Jamnagar Porbandar Junagadh Amreli Bhavnagar Anand Kheda Panch Mahals Dohad Vadodara Narmada Bharuch The Dangs Navsari Valsad Surat Tapi 2 3 72.19 62.64 70.00 89.00 79.84 77.68 89.19 68.43 19.56 73.44 48.71 56.09 51.31 70.94 77.55 62.14 72.64 80.06 87.49 90.45 54.80 89.87 74.28 100.00 72.64 72.98 31.56 90.34 Urban 4 27.81 37.36 30.00 11.00 20.16 22.32 10.81 31.57 80.44 26.56 51.29 43.91 48.69 29.06 22.45 37.86 27.36 19.94 12.51 9.55 45.20 10.13 25.72 NA 27.36 27.02 68.44 9.66 Percentage share of Total Population, 2011(P) Rural 5 68.84 57.42 65.28 86.73 79.07 74.65 85.04 56.79 15.95 71.70 41.88 55.04 51.23 66.95 74.51 58.99 69.68 77.24 86.00 91.01 50.46 89.56 65.93 89.11 69.26 62.77 20.32 90.21 Urban 6 31.16 42.58 34.72 13.27 20.93 25.35 14.96 43.21 84.05 28.30 58.12 44.96 48.77 33.05 25.49 41.01 30.32 22.76 14.00 8.99 49.54 10.44 34.07 10.89 30.74 37.23 79.68 9.79

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 1.16  SEX RATIO BY RESIDENCE, 2001 & 2011(P) Sr. No. India/Gujarat/ Districts Sex Ratio (No. of Females per 1000 Males) 2001 Total 1 INDIA Gujarat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Kachchh Banas Kantha Patan Mahesana Sabar Kantha Gandhinagar Ahmedabad Surendranagar Rajkot Jamnagar Porbandar Junagadh Amreli Bhavnagar Anand Kheda Panch Mahals Dohad Vadodara Narmada Bharuch The Dangs Navsari Valsad Surat Tapi 2 3 933 920 942 930 932 927 947 913 892 924 930 941 946 955 987 937 910 923 938 985 919 949 921 987 955 920 810 996 Rural 4 946 945 953 934 938 935 950 925 918 930 947 958 953 961 1001 962 909 923 941 989 929 952 925 987 970 955 923 1002 Urban 5 900 880 917 902 910 901 920 889 885 907 915 918 940 939 940 898 915 923 919 952 907 916 907 NA 915 829 763 949 Sex Ratio (No. of Females per 1000 Males) 2011(P) Total 6 940 918 907 936 935 925 950 920 903 929 924 938 947 952 964 931 921 937 945 986 934 960 924 1007 961 926 788 1004 Rural 7 947 947 910 940 938 932 954 936 932 938 946 949 954 953 970 952 918 937 948 989 945 961 936 1003 982 975 922 1009 Urban 8 926 880 900 915 923 906 933 901 898 907 908 924 940 951 947 901 927 934 928 959 922 952 901 1040 917 850 757 957

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 1.17  CHILD POPULATION AND DECADAL GROWTH BY RESIDENCE - PERSONS, 2011(P) Sr. No. India/Gujarat/ Districts Child Population, 0-6 Years Total 1 INDIA Gujarat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Kachchh Banas Kantha Patan Mahesana Sabar Kantha Gandhinagar Ahmedabad Surendranagar Rajkot Jamnagar Porbandar Junagadh Amreli Bhavnagar Anand Kheda Panch Mahals Dohad Vadodara Narmada Bharuch The Dangs Navsari Valsad Surat Tapi 2 3 158789287 7494176 310192 498790 179392 227701 337374 159378 801967 234196 424061 254066 63820 301395 168715 369460 243653 277300 348959 402903 474479 75226 170565 39387 129530 206309 710805 84553 Rural 4 117585514 4676249 218532 445861 148979 177246 295454 95631 155848 180360 187368 148339 35057 207834 128153 235713 176911 222159 307805 376293 275270 69318 115456 36696 88677 137252 133976 76061 Urban 5 41203773 2817927 91660 52929 30413 50455 41920 63747 646119 53836 236693 105727 28763 93561 40562 133747 66742 55141 41154 26610 199209 5908 55109 2691 40853 69057 576829 8492 Percentage Decadal Growth of Child Population, 0-6 Years, 2001-2011(P) Total 6 -3.08 -0.51 21.91 6.49 -5.68 -12.06 3.90 -8.17 3.00 -5.30 -0.73 -7.37 -16.14 -18.47 -15.07 -8.04 -4.54 -7.21 2.25 20.65 -3.80 -7.09 -12.09 7.77 -13.23 0.35 18.34 -14.60 Rural 7 -7.04 -8.06 15.41 4.49 -6.59 -15.45 -0.04 -23.23 -16.58 -6.97 -16.58 -9.36 -16.30 -23.98 -18.37 -12.36 -9.35 -11.38 0.63 21.02 -8.48 -8.20 -22.32 0.41 -19.84 -12.81 -28.66 -15.94 Urban 8 10.32 15.18 40.81 26.90 -0.93 2.31 43.80 30.10 9.19 0.77 16.84 -4.42 -15.93 -2.85 -2.64 0.70 11.11 14.49 16.25 15.65 3.53 8.22 21.42 NA 5.68 43.36 39.71 -0.39

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 1.18  PERCENTAGE OF CHILD POPULATION BY RESIDENCE - PERSONS, 2001 & 2011(P) Sr. No. India/Gujarat/ Districts Percentage of Child Population (0-6 Years) 2001 Total 1 INDIA Gujarat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Kachchh Banas Kantha Patan Mahesana Sabar Kantha Gandhinagar Ahmedabad Surendranagar Rajkot Jamnagar Porbandar Junagadh Amreli Bhavnagar Anand Kheda Panch Mahals Dohad Vadodara Narmada Bharuch The Dangs Navsari Valsad Surat Tapi 2 3 15.93 14.87 16.07 18.70 16.08 14.04 15.59 14.03 13.21 16.32 13.48 14.40 14.18 15.10 14.25 16.27 13.75 14.66 16.85 20.41 13.54 15.74 14.16 19.57 12.14 14.58 14.05 13.76 Rural 4 17.03 16.02 17.08 19.14 16.89 14.63 15.91 14.71 16.20 17.42 14.55 15.32 15.21 15.74 14.52 17.53 14.47 15.37 17.26 21.01 15.07 16.33 14.60 19.57 12.39 15.29 13.92 13.92 Urban 5 13.05 12.92 13.71 15.14 12.87 11.98 12.95 12.54 12.48 13.27 12.46 13.23 13.09 13.54 13.31 14.20 11.82 11.85 13.97 14.72 11.69 10.48 12.87 N.A. 11.49 12.64 14.11 12.26 Percentage of Child Population (0-6 Years) 2011(P) Total 6 13.12 12.41 14.84 16.01 13.36 11.23 13.90 11.49 11.13 13.34 11.16 11.77 10.89 10.99 11.15 12.84 11.66 12.06 14.61 18.95 11.41 12.74 11.00 17.37 9.73 12.11 11.69 10.48 Rural 7 14.11 13.49 16.02 16.50 14.03 11.71 14.31 12.14 13.56 14.33 11.78 12.48 11.68 11.32 11.36 13.88 12.15 12.51 14.99 19.44 13.12 13.11 11.29 18.16 9.62 12.84 10.84 10.45 Urban 8 10.93 10.96 12.63 12.80 10.82 9.81 11.55 10.63 10.66 10.83 10.72 10.89 10.06 10.32 10.51 11.33 10.53 10.54 12.31 13.93 9.67 9.59 10.43 10.90 9.99 10.89 11.91 10.75

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 1.19  CHILD SEX RATIO BY RESIDENCE, 2001 & 2011(P) Sr. No. India/Gujarat/ Districts Child Sex Ratio (0-6 Years)(No. of Females per 1000 Males), 2001 Total 1 INDIA Gujarat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Kachchh Banas Kantha Patan Mahesana Sabar Kantha Gandhinagar Ahmedabad Surendranagar Rajkot Jamnagar Porbandar Junagadh Amreli Bhavnagar Anand Kheda Panch Mahals Dohad Vadodara Narmada Bharuch The Dangs Navsari Valsad Surat Tapi 2 3 927 883 922 907 865 801 879 816 835 886 854 898 898 903 892 881 849 876 935 967 886 945 918 974 915 933 859 951 Rural 4 934 906 927 916 880 813 884 824 877 901 878 909 905 913 898 898 853 882 944 973 920 952 935 974 932 948 928 958 Urban 5 906 837 906 818 793 751 830 795 822 832 829 982 889 874 869 847 833 844 861 881 834 857 864 NA 868 888 829 879 Child Sex Ratio (0-6 Years)(No. of Females per 1000 Males), 2011(P) Total 6 914 886 913 890 884 845 899 847 859 889 854 898 894 904 879 885 877 887 923 937 894 937 914 963 921 926 836 944 Rural 7 919 906 917 895 889 860 905 859 888 899 870 911 902 909 885 899 875 894 928 940 920 940 926 965 945 941 922 948 Urban 8 902 852 904 844 861 794 853 830 852 856 842 880 886 893 860 861 883 859 892 900 860 893 889 932 872 898 817 904

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 1.20  LITERATE POPULATION AND LITERACY RATE BY RESIDENCE - PERSONS, 2011(P) Sr. No. 1 INDIA Gujarat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Kachchh Banas Kantha Patan Mahesana Sabar Kantha Gandhinagar Ahmedabad Surendranagar Rajkot Jamnagar Porbandar Junagadh Amreli Bhavnagar Anand Kheda Panch Mahals Dohad Vadodara Narmada Bharuch The Dangs Navsari Valsad Surat Tapi India/Gujarat/ Districts 2 Literates Total 3 778454120 41948677 1274242 1737654 854764 1516781 1601010 1053415 5551238 1113674 2774740 1417294 400196 1876671 1001768 1927573 1584180 1704430 1474896 1044494 2990876 377542 1145960 143908 1018311 1211437 4651812 499811 Rural 4 493020878 21896928 756239 1444152 643595 1101657 1327311 575659 720512 745909 1066461 728887 186294 1201067 715725 1055489 1072940 1291554 1217511 907216 1288732 328354 724865 124229 687613 686431 859263 439263 Urban 5 285433242 20051749 518003 293502 211169 415124 273699 477756 4830726 367765 1708279 688407 213902 675604 286043 872084 511240 412876 257385 137278 1702144 49188 421095 19679 330698 525006 3792549 60548 Total 6 74.04 79.31 71.58 66.39 73.47 84.26 76.60 85.78 86.65 73.19 82.20 74.40 76.63 76.88 74.49 76.84 85.79 84.31 72.32 60.60 81.21 73.29 83.03 76.80 84.78 80.94 86.65 69.23 Literacy Rate Rural 7 68.91 73.00 65.99 63.99 70.51 82.43 75.04 83.15 72.52 69.16 75.97 70.08 70.25 73.77 71.60 72.19 83.85 83.14 69.73 58.19 70.71 71.47 79.92 75.12 82.55 73.67 78.01 67.43 Urban 8 84.98 87.58 81.68 81.43 84.26 89.54 85.24 89.17 89.25 82.99 86.63 79.59 83.21 83.13 82.85 83.34 90.16 88.21 87.76 83.46 91.49 88.30 88.97 89.43 89.80 92.92 88.88 85.90

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 1.21  LITERACY RATE BY RESIDENCE - MALE & FEMALE, 2011(P) Sr. No. 1 INDIA Gujarat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Kachchh Banas Kantha Patan Mahesana Sabar Kantha Gandhinagar Ahmedabad Surendranagar Rajkot Jamnagar Porbandar Junagadh Amreli Bhavnagar Anand Kheda Panch Mahals Dohad Vadodara Narmada Bharuch The Dangs Navsari Valsad Surat Tapi India/Gujarat/ Districts 2 Literacy Rate (Male) Total 3 82.14 87.23 80.60 79.45 84.28 91.88 87.45 93.59 92.44 83.47 88.67 82.35 84.56 85.80 81.82 86.15 93.23 93.40 84.07 72.14 87.59 82.60 88.80 84.98 90.06 86.48 91.05 76.86 Rural 4 78.57 83.10 76.37 77.66 82.34 90.90 86.63 92.98 84.85 80.66 84.83 79.55 79.73 83.79 79.35 83.53 92.58 93.28 82.47 70.18 79.88 81.26 86.88 83.79 88.33 80.46 84.25 75.25 Urban 5 89.67 92.44 88.23 90.56 91.31 94.68 91.97 94.38 93.81 90.18 91.34 85.66 89.50 89.81 88.87 89.70 94.70 93.81 93.48 90.49 95.07 93.61 92.40 94.15 93.85 95.73 92.65 91.32 Literacy Rate (Female) Total 6 65.46 70.73 61.62 52.58 62.01 76.12 65.29 77.37 80.29 62.20 75.26 65.97 68.32 67.59 66.97 66.92 77.76 74.67 59.95 49.02 74.40 63.62 76.79 68.75 79.30 74.96 81.02 61.69 Rural 7 58.75 62.41 54.58 49.59 58.01 73.44 62.99 72.77 59.38 56.98 66.70 60.15 60.40 63.31 63.70 60.39 74.41 72.38 56.34 46.20 61.04 61.31 72.50 66.55 76.69 66.74 71.24 59.74 Urban 8 79.92 82.08 74.41 71.56 76.68 83.94 78.10 83.44 84.21 75.12 81.49 73.06 76.56 76.16 76.57 76.32 85.29 82.27 81.63 76.20 87.63 82.76 85.17 84.96 85.41 89.59 83.85 80.28

Source : Office of Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS
1.22  DISTRICTWISE DECADAL VARIATION (IN PERCENTAGE) IN POPULATION SINCE 1901 Sr. No. State/ Districts Percentage Decadal Variation 19011911 3 7.79 5.21 -4.26 -1.05 -0.37 13.32 1.40 -5.20 12.39 17.92 2.12 10.68 10.42 7.62 7.83 -2.00 -2.00 29.29 29.29 18.05 15.09 14.60 57.78 6.94 6.94 6.94 N.A. 19111921 4 3.79 -5.63 5.36 7.73 8.22 10.23 7.65 6.80 2.12 -0.65 0.01 7.90 7.22 -0.72 -1.85 1.57 1.57 16.35 16.35 8.32 2.53 1.53 -16.54 0.38 0.38 0.38 N.A. 19211931 5 12.92 7.42 8.27 10.25 10.64 18.69 10.73 10.98 9.92 15.73 18.31 18.13 17.85 14.35 14.13 8.79 8.79 19.01 19.01 16.38 13.80 13.33 38.74 9.94 9.94 9.94 N.A. 19311941 6 19.25 -2.42 14.96 13.63 13.38 17.15 21.89 38.70 12.32 17.83 21.71 26.24 25.82 20.77 21.68 18.97 18.97 15.06 15.06 19.02 19.35 19.41 20.13 20.64 20.64 20.64 N.A. 19411951 7 18.69 11.76 26.90 20.36 19.08 19.39 22.73 28.66 17.99 16.27 19.13 13.66 13.74 14.98 15.88 20.66 20.66 19.55 19.55 15.92 11.28 10.40 17.51 18.66 18.66 18.66 N.A. 19511961 8 26.88 22.70 30.05 25.32 20.07 34.29 18.41 33.40 30.97 29.94 34.29 24.73 26.75 22.04 27.79 20.37 24.82 27.91 32.94 25.98 39.05 19.94 51.36 18.53 24.59 25.80 25.49 19611971 9 29.39 22.02 27.35 26.11 36.32 29.29 12.65 40.13 27.51 34.39 34.15 31.61 33.79 25.69 25.44 22.44 25.41 24.63 27.73 29.96 27.39 22.93 31.60 24.52 26.70 35.01 39.00 19711981 10 27.67 23.58 32.10 23.21 21.07 26.49 29.14 33.79 22.32 28.88 25.35 20.28 28.79 26.37 34.76 23.42 22.78 24.28 27.51 29.58 20.14 15.35 20.68 24.18 24.17 47.83 15.40 19811991 11 21.19 20.22 30.87 12.35 17.35 17.23 24.49 24.25 16.89 20.12 12.24 10.23 15.29 14.97 23.13 13.39 14.81 22.34 34.60 21.07 19.85 18.36 26.77 19.34 25.87 41.00 18.75 19912001 12 22.66 25.40 26.38 14.16 12.05 18.25 23.86 26.79 25.34 26.08 21.79 14.35 17.07 6.50 19.31 13.04 13.29 20.39 28.44 19.87 14.47 19.37 29.59 13.24 29.65 54.30 14.78 20012011(P) 13 19.17 32.03 24.43 13.53 9.91 16.56 12.15 22.31 15.89 19.87 13.38 9.17 12.01 8.59 16.53 12.57 12.81 17.92 29.95 14.16 14.77 13.14 21.44 8.24 20.74 42.19 12.07

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2 GUJARAT

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

Kachchh Banas Kantha Patan Mehsana Sabar Kantha Gandhinagar Ahmedabad Surendranagar Rajkot Jamnagar Porbandar Junagadh Amreli Bhavnagar Anand Kheda Panch Mahals Dohad Vadodara Narmada Bharuch The Dangs Navsari Valsad Surat Tapi

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS
1.23  DISTRICTWISE SEX-RATIO, SINCE 1901 Sr. No. 1 State/ Districts 2 GUJARAT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Kachchh Banas Kantha Patan Mehsana Sabar Kantha Gandhinagar Ahmedabad Surendranagar Rajkot Jamnagar Porbandar Junagadh Amreli Bhavnagar Anand Kheda Panch Mahals Dohad Vadodara Narmada Bharuch The Dangs Navsari Valsad Surat Tapi Sex-Ratio (Number of Females per 1000 Males) 1901 3 954 995 925 950 956 996 952 947 968 970 968 956 955 952 947 897 897 975 975 914 953 960 938 992 992 992 N.A. 1911 4 946 1034 921 944 948 982 935 913 934 978 981 964 963 951 947 865 865 958 958 905 935 940 887 990 990 990 N.A. 1921 5 944 1059 919 949 955 994 923 863 957 984 982 962 962 950 943 872 872 951 951 904 937 943 888 988 988 988 N.A. 1931 6 945 1066 934 967 973 964 943 889 964 974 991 960 960 956 949 875 875 931 931 902 918 921 848 982 982 982 N.A. 1941 7 941 1095 948 968 972 967 912 824 956 977 988 962 962 955 947 896 896 938 938 899 927 932 848 977 977 977 N.A. 1951 8 952 1079 951 971 1002 973 992 832 958 988 986 1001 976 974 955 906 918 922 954 914 934 947 877 1041 1001 973 959 1961 9 940 1041 947 955 974 954 962 850 943 963 952 962 949 959 936 890 913 925 954 906 952 945 913 1013 1005 967 972 1971 10 934 1012 941 957 961 965 936 863 941 947 942 952 933 957 944 880 907 930 964 900 961 944 946 1002 992 943 957 1981 11 942 999 947 963 974 976 943 888 934 947 949 967 954 980 954 905 924 942 984 915 954 938 970 975 989 908 989 1991 12 934 964 934 944 951 965 934 897 921 946 949 960 960 985 944 912 924 934 976 913 947 925 983 958 957 882 987 2001 2011(P) 13 920 942 930 932 927 947 913 892 924 930 941 946 955 987 937 910 923 938 985 919 949 921 987 955 920 810 996 14 918 907 936 935 925 950 920 903 929 924 938 947 952 964 931 921 937 945 986 934 960 924 1007 961 926 788 1004

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 2.1  GROSS STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT BY INDUSTRY GROUPS AT CURRENT PRICES Sr. No. 1 1 Industry Group 2 Unit 3 2004-05 4 39732 19.5 26746 13.2 74320 36.5 55443 27.3 48016 23.6 24717 12.2 2005-06 5 50431 20.6 35323 14.4 90907 37.1 69538 28.4 56929 23.3 27474 11.2 2006-07 6 58413 20.6 42075 14.8 105692 37.3 80726 28.5 66953 23.6 31113 11.0 2007-08 7 66770 20.3 51077 15.5 122837 37.3 90498 27.5 78809 23.9 36222 11.0 2008-09 (P) 8 68506 18.6 51088 13.9 137575 37.4 100043 27.2 92121 25.0 41838 11.4 2009-10 (P) 9 78931 18.5 60193 14.1 160182 37.5 114089 26.7 105998 24.8 47490 11.1 2010-11 (Q) 10 107473 20.9 87789 17.1 184168 35.9 132083 25.7 125563 24.5 54568 10.6

Agriculture, forestry Rs. Crore and logging, fishing, mining & quarrying %

1.1 Of which, Rs. Crore Agriculture including % Animal Husbandry 2 Manufacturing, electricity, gas and water supply, construction Rs. Crore % Rs. Crore %

2.1 Of which manufacturing 3

Rs. Crore Trade,hotels and restaurants, transport, % storage and communication Banking and Rs. Crore insurance, real estate, % ownership of dwellings and business services Public administration Rs. Crore and other services % Sub Total : Tertiary (3 + 4 + 5) Total Gross State Domestic Product Percentage change over previ us year in GSDP Per Capita Gross State Domestic Product Percentage change over previous year in per capita GSDP Rs. Crore % Rs. Crore % %

4

5 6 7 8

16588 8.2 89321 43.9 203373 100.0 -

18995 7.8 103398 42.2 244736 100.0 20.3

21522 7.6 119588 42.2 283693 100.0 15.9

24647 7.5 139678 42.4 329285 100.0 16.1

27872 7.6 161831 44.0 367912 100.0 11.7

34954 8.2 188442 44.1 427555 100.0 16.2

41401 8.1 221532 43.2 513173 100.0 20.0

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Rs.

37803

44789

51139

58490

64423

73831

87420

10

%

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18.5

14.2

14.4

10.1

14.6

18.4

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 2.2  GROSS STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT BY INDUSTRY GROUPS AT CONSTANT(2004-05) PRICES Sr. No. 1 1 Industry Group 2 Agriculture,forestry and logging, fishing, mining & quarrying Of which, Agriculture including Animal Husbandry Manufacturing, electricity, gas and water supply, construction Of which manufacturing Trade, hotels and restaurants, tranport, storage and communication Banking and insurance, real estate, ownership of dwellings and business services Public administration and other services Sub Total : Tertiary (3 + 4 + 5) Total Gross State Domestic Product Percentage change over previous year in GSDP Per Capita Gross State Domestic Product Percentage change over previous year in per capita GSDP Unit 3 Rs.Crore % Rs.Crore % Rs.Crore % Rs.Crore % Rs.Crore % Rs.Crore % 200405 4 39732 19.5 26746 13.2 74320 36.5 55443 27.3 48016 23.6 24717 12.2 2005-06 5 47448 20.3 33982 14.5 86065 36.8 65683 28.1 54549 23.3 27640 11.8 200607 6 47206 18.6 33616 13.3 94804 37.4 72537 28.6 61500 24.3 30655 12.1 200708 7 50739 18.0 37155 13.2 105787 37.6 78244 27.8 69911 24.9 34087 12.1 2008-09 (P) 8 47235 15.7 33920 11.3 113542 37.8 81582 27.2 80315 26.7 37000 12.3 2009-10 (P) 9 47561 14.4 34021 10.3 131515 39.8 92643 28.0 86390 26.1 40267 12.2 2010-11 (Q) 10 53321 14.6 39839 10.9 144021 39.4 100730 27.6 97082 26.6 44188 12.1

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2

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4

5

Rs.Crore % Rs.Crore % Rs.Crore % %

16588 8.2 89321 44.0 203373 100.0 -

18074 7.7 100263 42.9 233776 100.0 14.9

19228 7.6 111383 44.0 253393 100.0 8.4

20749 7.4 124747 44.4 281273 100.0 11.0

22249 7.4 139564 46.5 300341 100.0 6.8

24938 7.5 151595 45.8 330671 100.0 10.1

26683 7.3 167953 46.0 365295 100.0 10.5

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Rs.

37803

42783

45677

49961

52591

57101

62229

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13.2

6.8

9.4

5.3

8.6

9.0

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 2.3   NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT BY INDUSTRY GROUPS AT CURRENT PRICES Sr. No. 1 1 Industry Group 2 Agriculture,forestry and logging, fishing, mining & quarrying Of which, Agriculture including Animal Husbandry Manufacturing, electricity, gas and water supply, construction Of which manufacturing Trade,hotels and restaurants, transport, storage and communication Banking and insurance, real estate, ownership of dwellings and business services Public administration and other services Sub Total : Tertiary (3 + 4 + 5) Total Net State Domestic Product Percentage change over previous year in NSDP Per Capita Net State Domestic Product Percentage change over previous year in per capita NSDP Unit 3 Rs. Crore % Rs. Crore % Rs. Crore % Rs. Crore % 3 Rs. Crore % Rs. Crore % Rs. Crore % Rs. Crore % 7 Rs. Crore % 8 % 2004-05 2005-06 4 36378 21.1 24803 14.4 55417 32.2 40265 23.4 43955 25.5 22109 12.8 14406 8.4 80470 46.7 172265 100.0 5 46503 22.5 33141 16.1 66733 32.3 49775 24.1 52283 25.3 24465 11.9 16456 8.0 93204 45.2 206440 100.0 19.8 2006-07 6 54051 22.5 39575 16.4 78702 32.7 59089 24.5 61757 25.7 27689 11.5 18534 7.7 107980 44.8 240733 100.0 16.6 2007-08 7 61956 22.0 48237 17.1 93299 33.1 66733 23.7 72901 25.9 32203 11.4 21220 7.5 126324 44.9 281579 100.0 17.0 2008-09 (P) 8 61971 19.7 46865 14.9 106264 33.8 73939 23.5 85006 27.0 37005 11.8 24239 7.7 146250 46.5 314485 100.0 11.7 2009-10 (P) 9 73060 19.9 56536 15.4 124493 33.8 85414 23.2 97768 26.6 41817 11.4 30875 8.4 170460 46.3 368013 100.0 17.0 2010-11 (Q) 10 95268 21.6 77942 17.7 144992 32.9 100840 22.9 115979 26.3 47892 10.9 36811 8.3 200682 45.5 440942 100.0 19.8

1.1

2

2.1

4

5

6

9

Rs.

32021

37780

43395

50016

55068

63549

75115

10

%

-

18.0

14.9

15.3

10.1

15.4

18.2

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 2.4 NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT BY INDUSTRY GROUPS AT CONSTANT (2004-05) PRICES Sr. No. 1 1 Industry Group 2 Agriculture, forestry and logging, fishing, mining & quarrying Of which, Agriculture including Animal Husbandry Manufacturing, electricity, gas and water supply, construction Of which manufacturing Trade,hotels and restaurants, transport, storage and communication Banking and insurance, real estate, ownership of dwellings and business services Public administration and other services Sub Total : Tertiary (3 + 4 + 5) Total Net State Domestic Product Percentage change over previous year in NSDP Per Capita Net State Domestic Product Percentage change over previous year in per capita NSDP Unit 3 Rs.Crore % Rs.Crore % Rs.Crore % Rs.Crore % Rs.Crore % 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 4 36378 21.1 24803 14.4 55417 32.2 40265 23.4 43955 25.5 5 43702 22.2 31896 16.2 63011 31.9 46822 23.7 50110 25.4 6 43256 20.2 31372 14.7 69900 32.7 52472 24.5 56702 26.5 2007-08 7 46581 19.5 34750 14.5 79475 33.2 56893 23.8 64694 27.0 2008-09 (P) 8 42085 16.9 30683 12.3 85090 34.1 58361 23.4 69756 28.0 2009-10 (P) 9 41352 14.7 29816 10.6 100918 35.9 67871 24.2 80798 28.8 2010-11 (Q) 10 46291 15.0 34921 11.3 110010 35.6 74092 23.9 90346 29.2

1.1

2

2.1 3

4

Rs.Crore %

22109 12.8

24794 12.6

27594 12.9

30741 12.8

33300 13.3

36146 12.9

39553 12.8

5

Rs.Crore % Rs.Crore % Rs.Crore % %

14406 8.4 80470 46.7 100.0 -

15653 7.9 90557 45.9 100.0 14.5

16502 7.7 100798 47.1 213954 100.0 8.5

17762 7.4 113197 47.3 239253 100.0 11.8

19249 7.7 122305 49.0 249480 100.0 4.3

21715 7.7 138659 49.4 280929 100.0 12.6

23209 7.5 153108 49.5 309409 100.0 10.1

6 7 8

172265 197270

9 10

Rs. %

32021 -

36102 12.7

38568 6.8

42498 10.2

43685 2.8

48511 11.0

52708 8.7

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 2.5  INDEX NUMBER OF NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AND NET NATIONAL PRODUCT AT CONSTANT (2004-05) PRICES Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09(P) 2009-10(P) 2010-11(Q) Year Index of Net State Domestic Product (NSDP) 3 114.5 124.2 138.9 144.8 163.1 179.6 Index of Net National Product (NNP) 4 109.4 119.8 131.3 139.4 150.6 162.4

2

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 3.1  DISTRICTWISE ANNUAL AVERAGE RAINFALL (In M.M.) Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 District 2004 2 Kachchh Banas Kantha Patan Mahesana Sabar Kantha Gandhinagar Ahmedabad Surendranagar Rajkot Jamnagar Porbandar Junagadh Amreli Bhavnagar Anand Kheda Panch Mahal Dohad Vadodara Narmada Bharuch Surat The Dangs Navsari Valsad Tapi 3 283 391 462 565 822 806 751 608 558 536 583 1003 592 459 679 841 954 1041 1018 1130 786 1819 2642 2102 2589 N.A. 2005 4 304 744 749 1218 1035 1369 1138 967 739 618 827 987 1089 827 1298 1271 873 560 1327 1164 889 2319 3825 2865 3130 N.A. 2006 5 571 1371 945 1420 1721 1066 941 654 833 767 951 1009 823 734 1014 1388 1445 1104 1674 1596 920 2059 2622 2159 2500 N.A. 2007 6 557 844 906 1119 1294 1104 864 840 1047 1173 1316 1592 1063 995 876 1114 1016 872 1183 1390 900 1555 1860 1733 2245 N.A. Year 2008 7 338 545 516 616 646 731 738 731 788 642 661 1122 706 708 783 772 680 590 855 1118 759 1552 2469 2185 2333 1390 2009 8 473 377 291 458 659 549 358 302 538 890 1372 1169 498 390 352 428 491 377 483 750 389 1375 1316 1382 1842 924 2010 9 864 856 733 781 851 918 1003 807 1142 1515 1672 1550 878 759 833 778 758 546 917 1051 886 1596 1809 1961 2408 1139 2011 10 667 775 717 750 978 696 612 680 853 858 937 1069 689 587 724 551 792 575 839 1013 634 1394 1635 1909 2281 955

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 3.2  LAND UTILISATION Sr. No. Item 1980-81 1 1 2 Forests ($) Barren and Uncultivable Land Area under NonAgricultural Uses Cultivable Waste Permanent Pasture and other Grazing Land Land under Miscellaneous Tree Crops and Other Groves not included in Net Area Sown Current Fallows Other Fallows Net Area Sown ($) 2 3 19655 25034 1990-91 4 18847 26092 2000-01 5 18653 25997 Year 2003-04 6 18536 26074 2004-05 7 18536 26075 2005-06 8 18605 25998 2006-07 9 18334 25950

(Area in `00 Hectares)

3

10670

11221

11419

11453

11467

11482

11632

4 5

19856 8483

19700 8457

19849 8507

19767 8503

19765 8505

19731 8506

19758 8525

6

41

40

40

40

40

40

35

7 8 9

5394 3322 95765 188220 54871 52588

10379 521 92962 188219 52553 53795

9189 131 94333 188118 44165 60805

5681 112 98515 188118 51175 63035

6701 123 97469 188118 48958 63611

6960 136 97222 188118 50882 64065

6227 192 98009 188102 53260 64814

10 Total Reporting Area 11 Area under Food Crops 12 Area under Non-food Crops 13 Gross Cropped Area ($)

107459

106348

104970

114210

112569

114947

118074

($) Cropped areas of Dangs has been included in forest areas. Source:- Directorate of Agriculture, Gujarat State, Gandhinagar.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS
3.3  AREA (In ‘000 HECTARES), PRODUCTION (In ‘000 TONNES) AND YIELD (In KG.) PER HECTARE OF PRINCIPAL CROPS Sr. Crops A YEAR No. P 1980-81 1985-86 1990-91 1995-96 1999 2005- 2006- 20072008200920102000 2006 2007 2008(*) 2009(*) 2010(*) 2011(*) Y 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 1 Rice A P Y 2 Wheat A P Y 3 Jowar A P Y 4 Bajra A P Y 5 Maize A P 6 Total Cereals Tur Y A P Y A P Y 8 Gram A P 9 Total Pulses Y A P Y A P Y A P 12 Total Oilseeds 13 Cotton (**) 14 Tobacco Y A P Y A P Y A P Y 575 681 1185 617 1276 2069 1092 687 629 1502 1227 817 313 400 1276 4324 4438 1026 287 233 810 70 54 763 794 520 655 5118 4958 969 2179 1616 741 2651 2005 756 1566 1738 189 131 191 1460 585 550 939 507 887 1750 1134 420 370 1506 713 473 309 109 353 4213 2762 656 360 264 733 88 45 571 870 385 442 5083 3147 619 1868 473 253 2492 964 387 1451 2122 249 129 204 1580 623 990 1590 609 1296 2128 697 387 556 1394 1091 782 366 515 1406 3800 4459 1174 429 365 851 129 80 611 949 623 657 4748 5083 1070 1826 983 538 2818 2044 725 1042 1531 250 142 244 1725 726 1093 1505 592 1232 2081 490 304 622 1328 1172 883 415 428 1030 3634 4287 1180 387 278 717 90 54 598 877 486 555 4511 4774 1058 1871 1032 552 2912 2212 760 1517 2408 270 134 216 1614 720 1043 1450 518 1077 2079 304 243 800 1154 982 851 446 587 1317 3207 3992 1245 369 297 807 77 39 505 792 446 563 3999 4438 1110 1849 733 397 2864 1826 638 1611 2146 226 142 260 1834 737 771 759 1474 1943 1274 3838 3013 128 156 1222 922 1307 1418 424 583 1375 3600 7462 2073 265 294 1110 215 210 979 881 744 844 4481 8206 1831 1857 3299 1776 2852 4699 1648 2422 8276 581 46 79 1722 747 1303 1743 1091 2593 2375 174 208 1195 703 961 1367 419 603 1439 3199 5736 1793 266 263 987 175 177 1008 784 609 777 3983 6345 1593 1907 2661 1395 2874 3932 1368 2354 7014 507 49 70 1425 680 1293 1903 878 2351 2678 163 171 1048 673 828 1231 412 397 963 2861 5086 1778 267 242 906 132 125 945 736 519 706 3596 5605 1559 1822 1757 964 2686 3010 1121 2464 7401 511 63 102 1616 808 1666 2061 1589 5013 3156 126 139 1105 873 1501 1720 566 978 1728 4015 9349 2328 277 273 986 176 200 1138 890 722 812 4905 10071 2053 1922 3575 1860 3110 5142 1653 2623 9825 637 148 281 1899 1120 1312 1520 1702 892 1067 2388 2790 2678 2616 149 181 986 164 170 956

1212 1037 1250 1000 1267 1047 483 760 460 238

1575 518 3293 3464 5740 5551 1743 1603 294 309 1052 138 137 294 244 831 185 173

7

10 Total Foodgrains 11 Groundnut

996 931 787 864 671 581 853 672 4080 4328 6411 6132 1571 1417 1958 1868 3405 3285 1739 3051 4772 1564 1759 2927 4597 1570

2005 2294 7780 7417 660 119 194 550 104 180

1636 1737

(*) Based on final forecast, (**) In `000 bales of 170 kgs. each A = Area, P = Production, Y = Yield per hectare Source:- Directorate of Agriculture, Gujarat State, Gandhinagar.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 3.4  AREA IRRIGATED BY SOURCES (‘00 Hectares) Sr. No. Source 1980-81 1 1 2 3 4 5 2 Government Canals Wells-Tubewells Tanks Other Sources Total Net Irrigated Area (NIA) Gross Irrigated Area (GIA) Percentage of NIA to Net Area Sown Percentage of GIA to Gross Cropped Area 3 3668 15884 409 65 20026 1990-91 4 4731 19301 314 30 24376 2000-01 5 3476 24347 153 84 28060 Year 2003-04 6 5997 27364 262 252 33875 2004-05 7 6762 27764 334 416 35276 2005-06 8 7782 30242 422 628 39074 2006-07 9 7892 33070 398 1016 42376

6

23344

29105

33421

41112

42795

47642

52787

7

20.91

26.22

29.75

34.39

36.19

40.19

43.24

8

21.72

27.37

31.84

36.00

38.02

41.85

44.71

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 3.5  AREA IRRIGATED BY SOME IMPORTANT CROPS (‘00 Hectares) Sr. No. Crop 1980-81 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Rice Wheat Jowar Bajra All Food Crops Cotton Groundnut Total Oil seeds Tobacco All Non-food Crops GIA 2 3 2001 4741 335 1408 12656 4435 1853 N.A. 798 10688 23344 1990-91 4 3108 4823 347 1730 16272 3250 1498 6923 955 12833 29105 2000-01 5 3756 3295 105 1855 16914 6619 1127 6598 879 16507 33421 Year 2003-04 6 4135 6419 127 1960 22891 7570 1533 6596 1212 18221 41112 2004-05 7 4211 6762 193 1592 23090 9400 1250 6647 1162 19705 42795 2005-06 8 4270 8115 84 1841 25842 10465 1601 7854 1075 21800 47642 2006-07 9 4880 9578 266 2116 28015 12999 2060 8365 897 24772 52787

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS
3.6  NUMBER OF OPERATIONAL HOLDINGS AND AREA OPERATED BY SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF OPERATIONAL HOLDINGS : 2005-06 (Area in Hectares) Sr. No. District Below 0.5 No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 2 Kachchh Banskantha Patan Mahesana Sabarkantha Gandhinagar Ahmedabad Surendranagar Rajkot Jamnagar Porbandar Junagadh Amreli Bhavnagar Anand Kheda Panchmahals Dohad Vadodara Narmada Bharuch Surat The Dangs Navsari Valsad Tapi Gujarat 3 5655 28411 19751 55293 53904 28431 32173 5105 18540 9771 3754 21623 10947 13218 87835 101579 53474 14485 45429 4703 21301 29840 777 56313 54693 13424 790429 Area 4 1223 7525 5598 15742 12556 7585 6548 1282 3690 2059 1040 5954 2151 3849 21962 24238 11707 3654 13094 1218 5288 6954 181 9638 9998 2640 187374 0.5- 0.99 No. 5 13107 38148 23124 56905 50272 26549 25515 20126 52725 26557 10820 53014 29443 43928 50023 56679 37361 16660 56004 7758 21795 24210 830 20625 22127 10308 794613 Area 6 10448 28797 17303 42049 37744 19601 19189 16365 42567 21640 8586 41780 24089 34589 36080 41152 27720 12441 42195 5976 16399 18283 624 15142 16248 7766 Size Group 1.0 - 1.99 No. 7 42432 83477 38485 63529 74719 29161 47786 56400 136484 87232 23927 98542 76884 88722 40489 54720 49410 25363 76892 13878 33660 38139 1827 21215 22923 19052 Area 8 63011 122672 56239 90887 108117 41541 68771 83357 201549 130791 34832 144008 113636 130278 56723 77404 71272 36749 110364 20079 48848 55216 2755 30108 32546 27535 2.0 - 2.99 No. 9 35297 52468 24190 26304 33473 11960 31380 44197 67285 49545 10062 40506 48132 42757 13460 21273 24948 15358 38948 7526 19303 20066 1686 9550 9959 9454 Area 10 86542 128129 59327 64028 81341 29115 76287 108602 162681 119924 24301 98112 117159 103155 32581 51400 60630 37607 92929 18125 46911 49224 4187 23297 24270 23171 3.0 - 3.99 No. 11 24736 31303 15199 12436 17186 5742 17789 24668 31101 25730 5071 20935 21540 19918 5631 9515 12554 9135 18313 4028 10989 11155 1497 4796 5249 5308 Area 12 85467 108250 52518 42814 59261 19777 61544 85295 106841 88532 17480 71930 74100 68598 19340 32737 43279 31540 63282 13868 38020 38578 5210 16530 18097 18292 1281179

604773 1345348 1959288

709087 1723034 371524

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3.6  NUMBER OF OPERATIONAL HOLDINGS AND AREA OPERATED BY SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF OPERATIONAL HOLDINGS : 2005-06 (Area in Hectares) Size Group 4.0 -4.99 No. 13 20462 20540 10015 6290 9138 3021 12863 17674 17456 15904 2865 11779 13000 12110 2717 4987 6983 5451 10905 2206 7416 6513 1157 2543 3088 3182 Area 14 90633 91470 44791 27958 40655 13452 57435 78824 77580 70746 12737 52391 57879 53836 12073 22210 31098 24288 48536 9824 33077 29053 5174 11336 13747 14150 5.0 - 7.49 No. 15 Area 16 7.50 - 9.99 No. 17 Area 18 10.0 - 19.99 No. 19 Area 20 20.0 & above No. 21 1206 483 312 121 492 172 1068 766 312 330 34 249 262 401 79 158 384 136 206 149 231 101 94 96 129 110 Area 22 No. 23 Total Area 24 792010 775707 407830 340730 456831 169462 593043 733822 783757 633588 134206 561394 560357 564354 211265 307292 322358 220497 495806 110792 323703 270871 56738 142157 158990 141705 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Sr. No.

25452 156840 23687 142574 13364 5474 9092 2726 18455 80920 32539 54220 16253 112368

12779 109763 7358 4550 1256 2461 588 9061 10404 4747 5405 1035 3844 4523 4334 796 1303 1702 1783 3098 804 3791 1917 1158 775 987 1168 62773 39020 10644 20941 4974 78690 89270 40356 46003 8792 32654 38644 37024 6818 11133 14443 15194 26342 6870 32385 16346 9989 6589 8430 9962

9784 122091 4633 3172 578 1455 297 6332 7615 2474 2886 547 2041 2898 2909 489 808 871 1016 1716 588 2704 1020 1037 527 534 772 57747 39969 7251 18682 3700 79365 96608 30820 36072 6775 25690 36748 37106 6097 10374 10782 12539 21682 7879 34422 12774 13346 6818 6961 9778

65992 190910 25769 290508 12145 152162 6817 228186 23313 252192 13465 108647 32844 202422 27813 211000

24045 146406 17046 102134 16758 100833 3030 12616 13655 13130 2522 4758 6690 5975 11384 2347 9814 6670 2082 2772 3150 3643 18200 75834 82136 79094 15063 28468 39967 35851 68106 14052 59428 39935 12773 16585 18910 21949

15538 348170 16986 1463 240118 61145

13040 265149 13816 221284 16825 241427 4530 204041 8176 255780 11460 194377 10634 95362

9276 262895 12901 43987

8925 131004 4508 139631 2501 6114 12145 119212

9784 122839 6462 66421

230265 1024953 260337 1571438

91627 784049

59703 752076

8081 381097 4661014 10269264

Note:- Totals may not tally due to rounding off Source:- Agricultural Census-2005-06, Revenue Department, Gandhinagar.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS
3.7  NUMBER AND AREA OF OPERATIONAL HOLDINGS (TOTAL) AS PER AGRICULTURAL CENSUS - 2005-06 (Area in Hectares) Sr. No. Size class in Hectares Individual Holdings Number 1 1 Below 0.50 0.50 - 0.99 Total Marginal 2 Small 1.00 - 1.99 3 Semi Medium 2.00 - 2.99 3.00 - 3.99 Total Semi Medium 4 Medium 4.00 - 4.99 5.00 - 7.49 7.50 - 9.99 Total Medium 5 Large 10.00 - 19.99 20.00 & above Total Large Grand Total 33383 4048 37431 2804249 416610 175573 592183 6275528 25553 3211 28764 1851345 325205 133989 459194 3902719 767 822 1589 5420 10262 71532 81794 91017 59703 8081 67784 4661014 752077 381094 1133171 10269264 143085 159204 55141 357430 636464 960686 471914 2069063 86940 100783 36261 223984 387435 608612 310191 1306239 240 350 225 815 1055 2141 1944 5140 230265 260337 91627 582229 1024954 1571440 784049 3380443 455704 229946 685650 1104483 792379 1896861 252885 141223 394108 617348 487569 1104917 498 355 853 1204 1232 2435 709087 371524 1080611 1723034 1281179 3004213 868293 1269202 476319 689010 736 1076 1345348 1959288 394651 460794 855445 92794 355425 448219 394837 333333 728170 94373 248985 343358 941 486 1427 210 362 572 790429 794613 1585042 187377 604772 792149 2 3 Area 4 Joint Holdings Number 5 Area 6 Institutional Holdings Number 7 Area 8 Total Holdings Number 9 Area 10

Note :- Totals may not tally due to rounding off Source:- Agricultural Census-2005-06, Revenue Department, Gandhinagar.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 3.8  AGRICULTURE PRODUCE MARKET COMMITTEES, MAIN YARDS AND SUB - MARKET YARDS BY DISTRICTS (As on 31st March) Sr. No. State/District Number of Market Committees 2010 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Kachchh Banaskantha Patan Mehsana Sabarkantha Gandhinagar Ahmedabad Surendranagar Rajkot Jamnagar Porbandar Junagadh Amreli Bhavnagar Anand Kheda Panch Mahals Dohad Vadodara Narmada Bharuch Surat The Dangs Navsari Valsad Tapi GUJARAT 2 3 8 12 7 8 13 4 8 9 10 9 2 13 11 11 8 10 10 6 12 4 7 8 1 4 5 5 205 2011 4 8 12 7 8 13 4 8 9 10 9 2 13 11 11 8 10 10 6 12 4 7 8 1 4 5 5 205 Number of Main Yards of Market Committees 2010 5 8 12 7 8 13 4 8 9 9 9 2 13 11 10 7 10 10 6 12 4 7 7 1 4 3 5 199 2011 6 8 12 7 8 13 4 8 9 9 9 2 13 11 10 7 10 10 6 12 4 7 7 1 4 3 5 199 7 10 1 12 15 7 11 1 9 2 2 5 7 12 17 8 19 3 14 14 7 13 12 201 Number of Sub-Market Yards 2010 2011 8 2 12 1 12 15 7 11 1 9 2 2 5 9 12 17 6 19 4 13 14 3 13 12 201

Source : Directorate of Agricultural Marketing and Rural Economy, Gujarat State, Gandhinagar.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 3.9  LIVESTOCK AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Sr. No. Item Unit 1977 2 Livestock : Cattle (a)  Females over 2.5 years (b)  Total Cattle 2 Buffaloes (a)  Females over 2.5 years (b)  Total Buffaloes 3 4 5 6 7 B. 1 Total Sheep Total Goats Other Livestock Total Livestock (**) Total Poultry Implements : Ploughs : (a) Wooden (b) Iron (c) Total 2 3 Carts Oil Engines with Pump sets (used for Irrigation) Electric Pump/ Submercible Pump sets used for Irrigation `00 ,, ,, ,, ,, 13754 2401 16155 7583 4221 13102 4640 17742 7589 3920 12972 5858 18830 7283 4714 12289 6488 18777 6552 4191 11286 6387 5711 3672 11120 6079 5354 4367 11986 5849 17835 4527 N.A. 7.79 -3.78 3.70 -15.45 N.A. ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, 2093 3473 1592 3084 251 14406 3426 2558 4443 2357 3300 1346 18440 3572 2601 4502 1559 3584 1458 17343 5492 3148 5268 2027 4241 1333 19672 5657 3935 6285 2158 4386 1393 4232 7140 2062 4541 1680 4829 8774 2002 4640 402 23794 13373 14.11 22.89 -2.91 2.18 -76.07 4.15 64.03 `000 ,, 1697 6006 1958@ 6994 1811@ 6240 2136@ 6803 2432@ 6748 2682 7424 2826 7976 5.37 7.44 3 4 1982 5 1988 6 Year 1992 7 1997 8 2003 9 2007 10 %age (+)/(-) in 2007 over 2003 11

1 A. 1

20970 22846 7236 8153

17673 17199

4

,,

794

1722

2908

3356

4072

4683

N.A.

N.A.

Tractors (used ,, 146(*) 281 478 662 1221 1476 N.A. for agricultural purpose) (*) Including Crawler tractors, N.A. = Not Available (**) Inculding Dogs @ Females over three years and above including over 2.5 years of cross -bred type. Note : 1. Other livestock includes Horses & Ponnies, Mules, Donkey, Camels, Pigs , Dogs and Rabits.     2. Census of Dogs has been carried out from 1982 onwards. Source : Directorate of Animal Husbandry, Gujarat State, Gandhinagar. S-44 Socio-Economic Review, Gujarat State, 2011-12

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 3.10  ESTIMATED PRODUCTION OF MILK, EGGS AND WOOL OF GUJARAT STATE Sr. No 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Year 2 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Milk Production (‘000 Tonnes) 3 3093.13 3238.92 3270.35 3246.37 2996.61 3041.25 3350.66 3524.73 3591.43 3795.17 3934.58 4459.13 4608.41 4830.66 4912.69 5059.04 5255.12 5317.32 5876.01 6089.41 6420.67 6745.41 6960.00 7533.11 7911.73 8387.18 8842.84 9320.84 Eggs Production ( In Lakh Nos.) 4 2373.63 2611.27 2513.33 2534.76 2531.68 3216.95 3864.17 4123.72 4591.28 4730.63 5058.12 4681.67 4942.87 5017.34 4884.57 4671.14 4771.22 3460.00 3701.00 3848.00 4423.00 5031.00 5775.00 7757.05 8256.34 12675.22 12761.94 13269.23 Wool Production (‘000 Kgs.) 5 2519.00 2548.00 2524.00 2466.00 2075.00 1776.00 1844.00 1791.00 1511.00 1671.00 1948.00 2301.07 2377.53 2418.21 2604.83 2607.85 2646.00 2740.00 2808.00 2711.00 2780.00 2950.00 3123.00 2962.00 2996.00 2854.00 2918.67 2917.91

Source : Directorate of Animal Husbandry, Gujarat State, Gandhinagar.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 4.1  MARINE AND INLAND FISH PRODUCTION Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 1971-72 1980-81 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Year Marine 2 3 147023 218872 306577 315942 327560 414075 432364 500462 530017 609103 619836 645261 598351 660068 702355 551660 670951 620474 650829 743638 609136 584951 663884 676762 680848 683855 687445 688930 Fish Production (In Tonnes) Inland 4 14167 17331 24172 24451 22551 22315 27146 45687 39870 51154 65019 70100 60158 65278 70450 80068 70330 40261 50774 34267 45436 50628 69935 76821 78780 82047 84071 85972 Total 5 161190 236203 330749 340393 350111 436390 459510 546149 569887 660257 684855 715361 658509 725346 772805 631728 741281 660735 701603 777905 654572 635579 733819 753583 759628 765902 771516 774902 Value (Rs.in crore) 6 7.81 67.52 186.28 208.95 228.96 273.15 293.85 410.39 518.02 689.01 821.42 1010.18 959.33 1111.31 1266.10 1195.24 1452.93 1374.10 1683.33 1889.36 1688.15 1701.10 2435.46 2705.33 2844.01 3063.23 3493.74 4151.05

Source: Commissioner of Fisheries, Gujarat State, Gandhinagar.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS
5.1  CO-OPERATIVE STATISTICS Sr No. Type of Co-operative Societies Year No. of Societies No.of Memers (in ‘000) 5 7901 7195 6696 6788 6853 6926 6973 7190 7787 7860 7328 7435 7445 7512 7588 7587 678 677 676 676 678 680 678 676 37 37 35 36 35 36 37 38 At the end of the March Share Capital (Rs.in lakh) 6 61052 65082 70308 61150 64846 64570 68308 75525 80997 83553 89391 96040 94580 102454 102156 116149 6080 5817 6755 5317 5274 5205 4908 4676 28774 30067 31198 31618 29459 34262 34230 34572 Working Capital (Rs. in lakh) 7 909492 1016461 1194098 1126856 1200944 1088881 1254574 1409677 2602184 3533479 2640852 3262307 2946429 3283541 3286329 3367178 117921 109668 96183 89764 85856 81033 82671 80492 1433501 1405271 1331824 1394392 1509936 1700352 1831313 2222752 Loans (Rs. in lakh) Reco veries 8 168439 223522 344184 307270 273572 286488 387356 337857 462143 494553 675237 475309 569323 481662 454979 414554 15956 22082 16771 18903 22846 13345 25074 23147 344265 688051 419392 632992 765764 792902 759954 942070 Out standing 9 255392 278450 445500 453165 449050 463379 368238 363635 1228531 1898934 1026149 1178389 1252534 1298209 1354241 1525622 71131 63475 60373 60619 61850 66459 61357 59668 634032 776035 668016 686830 773608 703571 820767 925433 Loan Advances during the year (Rs. in lakh) 10 345560 267918 407083 379142 308128 332995 324627 416638 735221 786455 714109 690378 859648 719167 720086 738265 5991 5992 7007 10297 13682 14720 10544 12932 609760 685788 676262 703104 774593 854330 776218 967221

1 1

2 Agricultural

3 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

4 26034 26037 26224 26756 27503 28126 29111 29879 33013 32412 32241 32570 33363 34197 34302 34937 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19

2

NonAgricultural

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

3

Land Development Banks

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

4

State & Central Co-operative Banks

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Source:- Registrar of Co-operative Societies, Gujarat State, Gandhinagar.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 6.1  REGISTRATION OF MICRO, SMALL & MEDIUM (MSMED), EM PART-II (P) UNITS IN GUJARAT STATE Sr. No. Item 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 (Upto November, 2011) 8 29089 8465.92 218054 1450 23250 4389 577 289 1683 3158 26599 2381 109

1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

2 Total No. of Units Registered Total Investment (Rs. in Crore) Employment Units Registered in Metropolitan Area Units Registered in Urban Area Units Registered in Rural Area Units promoted by S.C. Entrepreneurs Units promoted by S.T. Entrepreneurs Units promoted by S.E.B.C. Entrepreneurs Units promoted by Women Entrepreneurs Micro Units Small Units Medium Units

3 4130

4 13184

5 17865

6 19992

7 27939 11118.38 264845 884 20305 6750 638 610 2385 4442 24577 3194 168

3044.52 8323.91 76097 68 2882 1180 41 23 484 821 2589 1486 55 197329 183 9362 3639 180 136 1707 3070 9707 3316 161

8236.15 9189.12 251911 448 13208 4209 216 265 1630 3602 14615 3142 108 246989 524 14027 5441 412 515 1576 3670 16754 3104 134

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 6.2  RESULTS OF ANNUAL SURVEY OF INDUSTRIES-FACTORY SECTOR- ALL INDUSTRIES GUJARAT STATE Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Year Number of factories 3 11208 10349 10305 10697 10655 11103 10881 10943 11094 11210 11821 12094 13770 13363 13416 15455 14710 14090 13950 13180 12795 13603 14055 14327 15107 14863 15576 Productive Capital (Rs. Crore) 4 3973 7104 7400 7596 10185 10745 11348 15937 17062 26013 31743 38871 73286 60467 82213 85050 81472 87416 103502 99938 104467 109020 147801 168227 196521 229054 298637 Persons Employed (Number) 5 699427 685019 665746 676572 671685 668635 707150 675447 690053 726151 760432 770626 956644 816939 870122 815986 822884 752013 712804 717055 729310 808618 887511 983922 1045475 1125543 1158719 Output (Rs. Crore) 6 7160 12079 13424 15150 16395 20116 24080 27593 30763 41429 46904 62039 84808 87229 110899 113191 118551 127977 147550 182700 207334 260749 307955 372581 448243 508088 629513 Net Value Added (Rs. Crore) 7 1139 2132 2152 2594 2859 3389 3702 4468 4092 8038 9425 13054 17621 19293 19232 18896 19276 16856 16886 22889 28865 36016 47872 47952 62108 60417 76938

2 1980-81 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 (P)

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 6.3  NUMBER OF WORKING FACTORIES AND WORKERS EMPLOYED DAILY THEREIN (At the end of the year) Sr. No. Year Number of working factories Average number of workers employed daily in working factories 4 346462 413782 437554 527225 635684 663614 747569 760908 787596 795552 812848 826167 843413 855074 860492 864674 866720 777597 815462 876483 926516 978257 1038134 1093040 1175091 1257957 1317634 Average number of workers per factory

1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27

2 1960 1965 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 (P) 2009 (P) 2010 (P)

3 3649 4534 5544 8040 10674 13067 14513 14661 15449 15060 16810 18451 19682 19381 19574 19877 20424 18880 19661 20389 21536 22155 22480 23308 23942 24453 25206

5 94.95 91.26 78.92 65.58 59.55 50.79 51.51 51.90 50.98 52.83 48.36 44.78 42.85 44.12 43.96 43.50 42.44 41.19 41.48 42.99 43.02 44.16 46.18 46.90 49.08 51.44 52.27

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 6.4  NUMBER OF WORKING FACTORIES AND WORKERS EMPLOYED DAILY THEREIN BY INDUSTRY GROUP (At the end of the year) Sr. Industry group with two digit code No. of working Average No. of workers No. factories employed daily therein 2009 2010 % age 2009 (P) 2010 (P) % age (P) (P) (+)/(-) (+)/(-) Over Over 2009 2009 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Agri. Hunting and related service activities (01) Mining of coal and lignite, extraction of peat (10) Extraction of crude petroleum production and natural gas etc. (11) Mining of uranium & thorium ores (12) Mining of Metal Ores (13) Other Mining and Quarrying (14) Mfg.of food products and beverages (15) Mfg. of tobacco products (16) Mfg. of textiles (17) Mfg. of wearing apparels dressing and dying of Fur (18) Tenning and Dressing of leather, luggage etc. (19) Mfg. of wood products and cork (20) Mfg. of paper & paper products (21) Publishing, Printing and Reproduction of Recording Media (22) Mfg. of Coke, Ref. Petro. Prod. & Nuclear fuel (23) Mfg. of Chemicals and Chemical products (24) Mfg. of rubber, plastics products (25) Mfg. of non-metallic mineral prod.(26) Mfg. of Basic metal (27) Mfg. of Fabricated metal products and equipments (28) Mfg. of Machinery and equipments N.E.C. (29) Mfg. of Office, Accounting and Computer Machinery (30) Mfg. of Electrical, Mechanical and Apparatus NEC (31) Mfg. of Radio, TV and Communication Equipments (32) Mfg. of Medical, Proc., Opt watches and clock (33) 713 19 16 3 3 73 2208 189 2775 351 53 939 591 379 176 3904 1248 2217 1747 2159 2144 78 522 98 148 728 19 16 3 3 73 2246 190 2871 364 56 954 624 380 182 3963 1314 2336 1821 2226 2218 80 544 99 157 2.10 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.72 0.53 3.46 3.70 5.66 1.60 5.58 0.26 3.41 1.51 5.29 5.37 4.24 3.10 3.45 2.56 4.21 1.02 6.08 35608 422 423 457 56 2998 99885 11757 219156 28628 2025 16935 22750 11853 15353 199364 54049 94613 73805 77638 83345 2634 36412 4650 10989 36037 422 363 457 56 2998 99490 11777 229306 30158 2345 17523 24680 11932 15664 207617 59649 100990 79792 84614 88856 4884 37447 4670 11299 1.20 0.00 -14.18 0.00 0.00 0.00 -0.40 0.17 4.63 5.34 15.80 3.47 8.48 0.67 2.03 4.14 10.36 6.74 8.11 8.99 6.61 85.42 2.84 0.43 2.82

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 6.4  NUMBER OF WORKING FACTORIES AND WORKERS EMPLOYED DAILY THEREIN BY INDUSTRY GROUP (At the end of the year) Sr. Industry group with two digit code No. of working Average No. of workers No. factories employed daily therein 2009 2010 % age 2009 (P) 2010 (P) % age (P) (P) (+)/(-) (+)/(-) Over Over 2009 2009 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Mfg. of Motor Vehicles, Trailors and semitrailors etc. (34) Mfg. of Other Transport Equipments (35) Mfg. of Furniture, N.E.C. (36) Recycling (37) Electricity, Gas, Stream & Hot water supply (40) Collection Purification & Distribution of water (41) Construction (45) Sale, M & R of Motor Vehi. etc. (50) Wholesale Trade and Commission Trade etc. (51) Retail trade except of Motor Vehicles etc. (52) Restaurants and Hotels (55) Land Transport and Transport via pipelines (60) Supporting & Auxiliary transport activities etc. (63) Post & Telecommunication (64) Renting Machinery & Equip. etc. (71) Computer & Related Activities (72) Research & Development (73) Other Business Activities (74) Public administration & defence services (75) Education (80) Health & Social work (85) Sewage & Refuse Disposal Sanitation etc. (90) Activities of Mem. Org. N.E.C. (91) Other services activities (93) Private House Hold with Employed Persons (95) Grand Total Note : (P) = Provisional N.E.C. = Not Elsewhere Classified Source:- Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health, Ahmedabad. 81 178 378 52 58 52 14 373 54 159 5 23 72 1 2 6 9 31 9 76 2 25 6 31 3 83 185 401 52 66 51 14 376 55 155 5 28 72 1 2 6 9 27 9 75 2 26 6 30 3 2.47 3.93 6.08 0.00 13.79 -1.92 0.00 0.80 1.85 -2.52 0.00 21.74 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 -12.90 0.00 -1.32 0.00 4.00 0.00 -3.23 0.00 6382 18842 56242 5120 10630 6589 515 23933 2450 7124 221 1685 1540 1 90 451 1420 955 213 3538 70 2402 200 1457 82 5502 20792 60183 5120 10575 6489 515 23903 2470 5124 221 1815 1540 1 90 451 1420 485 213 3488 70 2422 200 1437 82 1317634 -13.79 10.35 7.01 0.00 -0.52 -1.52 0.00 -0.13 0.82 -28.07 0.00 7.72 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 -49.21 0.00 -1.41 0.00 0.83 0.00 -1.37 0.00 4.74

24453 25206

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 6.5  INDUSTRYWISE STRIKES AND LOCKOUTS Sr. No. Industry Group No. of Strikes and Lockouts (P) 2010 Upto Septmber-11 4 1 0 1 0 1 0 Total Workers Affected 2010 Upto Septmber-11 6 26 0 294 0 430 0 Total Mandays Lost 2010 Upto Septmber-11 8 546 0 2352 0 860 0

1 1 2 3 4 5 6

2 Chemical Industries Local authority Rubber Plastic Industries Textile Industries Food Product & Beverages Non-Metallic Mineral Products Electricity Industries Engineering Industries Mining & Quaring Wood Product Readymade Garment Industries Others Total

3 1 0 3 0 0 1

5 65 0 575 0 0 150

7 130 0 2265 0 0 5821

7 8 9 10 11

2 8 0 0 0

0 13 0 0 2

204 1028 0 0 0

0 1397 0 0 731

2953 10953 0 0 0

0 15653 0 0 2924

12

5 20

5 23

944 2966

1066 3944

19398 41520

11652 33987

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 7.1   VALUE OF MINERAL PRODUCTION (Rs. in Lakh) Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Year 2 Oil and Natural Gas 3 12216 26161 37417 48312 52893 59506 68953 88220 95174 139272 150004 151653 146281 224245 241032 253623 247651 257619 254487 342263 408705 418166 436259 444178 451609 463110 451472 437851 1077494 1075018 Major Minerals 4 1216 1534 2026 2414 3477 4141 4807 5216 6116 8924 11851 15300 15802 20020 21765 24779 29995 29261 31501 32742 49558 54612 69237 68407 79541 98627 110680 145521 137806 121237 Minor Minerals 5 882 956 1018 1041 1164 1179 1013 1150 1393 1835 2592 3923 4172 5501 6670 8053 9265 11194 13703 15378 15978 16908 22820 27337 29985 49281 60559 72566 89896 104371 Total 6 14314 28651 40461 51767 57534 64826 74773 94586 102683 150031 164447 170876 166255 249766 269467 286455 286911 298074 299691 390383 474241 489686 528316 539922 561135 611018 622711 655938 1305196 1300626

Note : (1)  Data for the year 1989-90 and onwards relate to financial year April to March.     (2)  Major & Minor Minerals figures for the year 1996-97 and onwards are provisional.     (3)  Oil (Petroleum Crude) & Natural Gas figures are final. Source: (1)  Commissioner of Geology and Mining, Gujarat State, Gandhinagar.     (2)  Indian Bureau of Mines, Govt. of India, Nagpur.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 7.2  PRODUCTION OF IMPORTANT MINERALS Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 Agate Bentonite Bauxite Laterite Calcite China Clay : 6.1 Crude 6.2 Refined 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Dolomite Fire clay Flourspar (Crude) Gypsum Limestone Manganese ore Ochre Quartz Silica/Glass sand Steatite (Soap stone) Lignite Chalk Clay (Others) Ball Clay Moulding sand Pipe clay Perlite Pozonic Clay Oil (Petroleum Crude) Natural Gas (Uti.) Name Unit 2005-06 (P) 2 3 Tonnes ‘000 Tonnes ‘000 Tonnes ‘000 Tonnes Tonnes ‘000 Tonnes ‘000 Tonnes ‘000 Tonnes ‘000 Tonnes ‘000 Tonnes Tonnes Tonnes ‘000 Tonnes Tonnes Tonnes ‘000 Tonnes ‘000 Tonnes Tonnes ‘000 Tonnes ‘000 Tonnes ‘000 Tonnes Tonnes Tonnes Tonnes Tonnes ‘000 Tonnes ‘000 Tonnes Million Cubic Metres 4 56 491 2997 199 98 393 369 24 156 146 8828 49 24080 2342 330 134 834 336 9096 116 5076 45041 4130 221 109 443 6251 3831 2006-07 (P) 5 38 896 6692 262 50 492 469 23 325 232 0 156 23323 62186 772 223 961 1105 9810 202 5607 27812 5296 152 33 464 6213 3294 Year 2007-08 (P) 6 10 926 13065 237 100 612 586 26 493 247 35634 390 23390 17040 420 211 1767 1149 11787 176 5081 6832 2416 497 0 462 6177 2932 2008-09 (P) 7 20 1099 3586 60 0 1420 1392 28 647 422 25203 1739 22843 88536 360 306 1149 668 11007 214 5805 9397 20 0 0 59 5944 2605 2009-10 (P) 8 0 1485 2834 186 0 1627 1594 33 831 404 100236 34110 34796 0 650 421 1105 2360 7677 181 10175 25674 800 0 184 462 5960 2444

Note : Oil (Petroleum Crude) & Natural Gas figures are final.    (P) = Provisional Source:- (1)  Commissioner of Geology and Mining, Gujarat State, Gandhinagar.     (2)  Indian Bureau of Mines, Govt. of India, Nagpur.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 8.1  INSTALLED CAPACITY OF ELECTRICITY IN GUJARAT STATE (In MW)
Sr. No. As on 31st March of the Year Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Ltd. Hydro Steam Gas Diesel and Wind Total

1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

2 1961 1966 1969 1974 1978 1985 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

3 300.00 300.00 365.00 425.00 425.00 425.00 427.00 427.00 427.00 427.00 487.00 547.00 547.00 547.00 547.00 547.00 547.00 547.00 547.00 547.00 547.00 547.00 547.00 547.00

4 110.50 374.50 384.50 649.50 1120.50 2352.50 3329.00 3399.00 3609.00 3729.00 3729.00 3729.00 3729.00 3804.00 3759.00 3759.00 3759.00 3759.00 3759.00 3759.00 3759.00 3759.00 4179.00 4179.00 3865.00 3865.00 3940.00 3720.00

5 54.00 54.00 54.00 54.00 54.00 54.00 114.00 189.00 189.00 189.00 189.00 234.00 234.00 234.00 234.00 207.00 27.00 27.00 27.00 242.00 242.00 354.00 354.00 729.00 729.00

6 32.50 10.50 32.70 9.10 -

7 143.00 385.00 417.20 712.60 1474.50 2706.50 3748.00 3878.00 4088.00 4268.00 4345.00 4345.00 4345.00 4420.00 4480.00 4540.00 4540.00 4540.00 4513.00 4333.00 4333.00 4333.00 4968.00 4968.00 4766.00 4766.00 5216.00 4996.00

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 8.1  INSTALLED CAPACITY OF ELECTRICITY IN GUJARAT STATE (In MW)
Private Sector GSECL AEC/ GIPCL ESSAR Torrent Power Ltd. 9 210.00 420.00 420.00 420.00 420.00 555.00 661.60 661.60 * * * * * * 157.50 217.50 217.50 217.50 217.50 400.00 495.50 482.00 550.00 550.00 550.00 550.00 550.00 550.00 550.00 550.00 550.00 550.00 490.00 490.00 490.00 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00 500.00 10 32.00 145.00 145.00 145.00 145.00 145.00 145.00 305.00 305.00 555.00 555.00 555.00 555.00 555.00 555.00 555.00 555.00 555.00 560.00 560.00 810.00 11 192.00 300.00 300.00 300.00 300.00 300.00 300.00 300.00 300.00 300.00 300.00 515.00 300.00 300.00 300.00 GPEC GSEG Bhav. GMDC SUGEN Ele Co./ Akrimota Adani 14 156.00 156.00 156.00 156.00 156.00 156.00 156.00 156.00 156.00 156.00 12.00 16.00 16.00 16.00 16.00 500 1500 15 250 250 250 250 250 16 Total Central Total Sr. Sector Installed No. Share Capacity (7+17+18)

8

12 414.00 655.00 655.00 655.00 655.00 655.00 655.00 655.00 655.00 655.00 655.00 655.00 655.00 655.00

13

17 169.50 233.50 233.50 233.50 233.50 400.00 495.50 514.00 695.00 695.00

18 277.00 580.00 702.00 810.00 994.50

19 312.50 618.50 650.70 946.10 1708.00 3383.50 4823.50 5094.00 5593.00 5957.50 6140.50 6241.00 6363.00 6630.00 7582.00 8093.00 8343.00 8582.00 8651.00 8606.00 8712.60 8722.60 8974.00 9561.00 9827.00 9864.00 12008.00 13134.00

1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

695.00 1100.50 695.00 1201.00 695.00 1323.00 887.00 1323.00

- 1779.00 1323.00 - 2230.00 1323.00 - 2480.00 1323.00 - 2480.00 1562.00 - 2576.00 1562.00 - 2711.00 1562.00 - 2817.60 1562.00 - 2827.60 1562.00 - 2166.00 1840.00 - 2416.00 2177.00 - 2631.00 2430.00 - 2421.00 2677.00 1147 4068.00 2724.00 1147 5318.00 2820.00

Note : *  Gujarat has moved towards corporatization/unbunding of Generation, Transmission and activities of the GEB on generation side. GSECL made Functional from 1st April, 2006. Source : Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd., Vadodara

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8.2  GENERATION OF ELECTRICITY IN GUJARAT STATE (In Million Units) Sr. No. As on 31st March Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Ltd./GEB Hydro Steam Gas Diesel and Wind Total

1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

2 1961 1966 1969 1974 1978 1985 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

3 1292 626 997 1524 833 659 1213 1375 741 842 1285 1346 1040 436 287 588 859 831 795 1273 1241 550 456 596

4 351 1110 2153 3284 4384 9951 16134 15807 17033 19404 19348 19650 21211 20956 21470 20715 20947 22037 21814 22049 20504 22062 24525 24833 25891 25785 24706 23327

5 64 132 60 101 253 238 672 962 1092 1100 1055 1091 1190 854 819 245 1810 1432 2109 2055 3345 3839

6 42 40 20 1 1 1 2 1 -

7 393 1150 2173 3349 5808 10577 17191 17433 18120 20303 21234 21987 23044 22898 23810 23152 23177 23327 22920 22882 21363 22893 27130 27538 29241 28390 28507 27762

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8.2  GENERATION OF ELECTRICITY IN GUJARAT STATE (In Million Units) Private Sector GSECL A.E.C./ GIPCL ESSAR GPEC GACL RPOL GSEG GMDC Others Total Torrent Power Ltd. 8 844 2133 2884 3156 4044 4231 5094 * * * * * * 9 1258 1257 1736 2540 2455 2658 2721 2869 2926 2928 3133 3153 3194 3393 3361 3134 3169 2951 3592 3906 3855 3979 4010 4093 3615 10 469 983 1064 1061 1113 1050 1383 2100 2069 2528 2749 3585 3438 4063 4195 3906 2265 3927 4096 4495 11 390 2012 3169 2819 2083 1968 2975 2516 3387 3444 3390 3574 2966 2732 2752 12 285 2828 3854 2480 724 1535 3676 3634 4756 4391 4068 3974 4594 3667 13 26 312 195 166 14 249 114 163 769 263 504 611 15 190 1028 789 1151 1182 1069 1112 973 1112 1023 16 367 1009 1106 17 18 1258 1257 1736 2540 2455 3127 3704 3933 3987 4041 4573 6833 Central Sector Share Total Gen. (7+18+ 19) Sr. No.

19 153 61 104 956 1004 1637 3103 4542 5726 4988 6725 6934 9647 10539 10851 9790 11373 13534 15065 15140 15500 13891 13334 16602 17979 20378 13334 7709

20 546 1211 2277 5563 8069 13950 22834 24430 26973 28995 31892 32908 36732 38010 41494 45103 49379 50506 50069 55127 54727 58209 58724 61543 65656 68962 69883 71256

1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

- 12161 - 14829 - 13645 - 12084 - 17105 - 17864 - 21425 - 18260 425 17403 2429 18436 3238 20194

1394 10021 28042 1171 19062 35785

Note : *  Gujarat has moved towards corporatization/unbunding of Generation, Transmission and activities of the GEB on generation side. GSECL made functional from 1st April, 2006. Source : Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd., Vadodara

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 8.3  CONSUMPTION OF ELECTRIC POWER BY USES (In Million Units) Sr. No. Year Dome- Commestic rcial Industrial Public Agrilighting culture Public Rail- Others Total Per water way consu- capita works traction mption consumption (KWH) 8 102 114 116 110 108 106 369 405 431 460 510 566 611 612 685 721 762 816 863 1001 1064 1179 1264 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 301 331 345 349 358 379 383 406 409 420 477 501 518 590 625 666 683 10 4460 5206 5734 7028 7854 8726 1736 2030 2134 2399 2482 2640 2603 2907 3439 3785 3965 5596 9265 11117 10941 6560 5993 11 17875 19946 21620 24477 26476 29492 23903 27138 28082 29350 31068 33829 34325 34797 33860 34145 34418 38358 45862 53473 55610 55005 58670 12 363 382 429 568 581 622 633 693 724 786 848 932 953 963 944 932 1321 1313 1354 1424 1446 1491 1512

1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

2 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

3 1393 1595 1756 1942 2086 2315 2521 2838 2968 3171 3486 3699 3981 3922 4136 4613 5026 5490 6102 7160 7825 8366 9353

4 448 505 544 592 638 748 798 890 931 1003 1097 1178 1279 1278 1353 1543 1713 1905 2155 3183 3572 3925 4412

5 6968 7278 7689 7729 7880 8822 9590 10376 11048 11065 10940 10284 9813 9817 10708 11270 12340 13244 15740 18987 19610 21226 23415

6 91 95 103 100 107 109 112 117 120 129 134 149 166 160 165 168 177 189 203 226 240 257 265

7 4413 5153 5678 6976 7803 8666 8476 10151 10105 10774 12061 14934 15489 15695 12965 11625 9958 10617 11016 11209 11733 12826 13285

Note :  Per Capita Consumption for the year 2004-05 onwards is based on generation of electricity as per the guidiline of Central Electricity Authority. Source :  (1)  Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Ltd., Vadodara.      (2)  Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd. ,Vadodara.       (3)  Torrent Power Ltd., Ahmedabad.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 9.1  RAILWAY ROUTE LENGTH IN KILOMETRE (As on 31st March) Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Year 2 1961 1971 1976 1981 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Broad Gauge 3 903 1127 1153 1312 1713 1713 1713 1713 1713 1713 1711 1711 1745 1745 1881 1881 1881 1913 1956 1956 2014 2089 2459 2643 2736 2984 3100 3177 3193 Metre Gauge 4 3338 3417 3328 3172 2807 2807 2807 2807 2610 2610 2713 2713 2652 2652 2513 2509 2509 2478 2436 2480 2422 2345 1940 1756 1665 1417 1422 1364 1364 Narrow Gauge 5 1155 1135 1120 1104 1099 1099 1099 1099 921 921 921 919 874 874 874 876 876 876 876 876 876 876 787 787 787 787 787 787 771 Total 6 5396 5679 5601 5588 5619 5619 5619 5619 5244 5244 5345 5343 5271 5271 5268 5266 5266 5267 5268 5312 5312 5310 5186 5186 5188 5188 5309 5328 5328

Source : Western Railway, Mumbai.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 9.2  LENGTH OF ROADS BY CATEGORY (In Kms.) Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Year National Highways 3 1435 1421 1421 1421 1421 1421 1572 1572 1572 1572 1570 1570 1570 1570 1570 1877 2091 2382 2382 2354 2356 2647 2867 3244 3244 3245 State Highways 4 9097 9387 9442 9533 9520 15575 16430 19048 19390 19489 19609 19655 19717 19761 19796 19518 19379 19129 19163 19175 19163 18863 18702 18625 18447 18460 Major District Roads 5 10542 11195 11320 11433 11509 21322 21931 20060 20037 20172 20268 20364 20501 20815 20915 20939 20950 20964 20953 20906 20858 20663 20707 20458 20564 20530 Other District Roads 6 10571 12330 12441 12510 12539 10262 10022 9986 10167 10203 10337 10355 10481 10435 10495 10541 10600 10577 10422 10586 10599 10519 10503 10243 10352 10254 Village Roads 7 13463 23512 26118 26842 27153 15600 15610 16399 17078 17464 18175 18665 18991 19584 19815 20075 20377 20567 21098 20882 21042 20939 21259 21494 21505 21628 Total

2 1979-80 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

8 45108 57845 60742 61739 62142 64180 65565 67065 68244 68900 69959 70609 71260 72165 72591 72950 73397 73619 74018 73903 74018 73631 74038 74064 74112 74117

Note :- (1) Excluding Non-Plan, Community , Urban and Project Roads. (2) Road Kms. reclassified from 1989 as per the 20 years Road Development Plan, 1981-2001. Source : Roads and Buildings Department, Government of Gujarat, Gandhinagar.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 9.3  LENGTH OF ROADS BY TYPE OF SURFACE Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Year Cement Concrete 3 418 22 22 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Black Top 4 21110 31377 33316 35126 36444 38203 39070 40863 43528 46191 48454 50235 51654 53947 55548 57015 59253 61400 63261 64191 65037 63697 66307 67147 67591 68578 Water Bound Macadam 5 8367 16843 18438 18849 18413 18476 18628 18005 16858 15686 14866 13791 13365 12924 12233 11502 10142 8614 7439 6449 5884 6956 4876 4285 3916 3084 Total Surfaced Roads 6 29895 48242 51776 53978 54860 56682 57700 58870 60388 61879 63322 64028 65021 66873 67783 68519 69397 70016 70702 70640 70921 70653 71183 71432 71507 71662 Total Unsurfaced Roads 7 15213 9603 8966 7761 7282 7498 7865 8195 7856 7021 6637 6581 6239 5292 4808 4431 4000 3603 3316 3263 3097 2978 2855 2632 2605 2455 (In Kms.) Grand Total 8 45108 57845 60742 61739 62142 64180 65565 67065 68244 68900 69959 70609 71260 72165 72591 72950 73397 73619 74018 73903 74018 73631 74038 74064 74112 74117

2 1979-80 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 9.4  NUMBER OF MOTOR VEHICLES REGISTERED Sr. No. Class of Vehicles At the end of March 1980 1990 2000 2008 2009 2010 2011 2011-12 As on 30 Sept.-11 10 9961421 533880 164458 1303540 50713 77060 3480 5373 710810

1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

2 Motor Cycles (Two Wheelers) Autorickshaws Jeep Motor Cars (Four wheels) Taxi Cabs Passenger Buses School Buses Private Service Vehicles Goods Vehicles (Including Tempos and three Wheeler vehicles) Trailers Tractors Ambulances Others (Including police vans) Total

3 241165 31053 14328 52817 2896 10997 206 751 44392

4 1257826 98917 33796 141584 9069 19768 243 2027 119461

5 3673658 223908 89087 398028 31759 38496 457 3695 317151

6 7579457 396828 135014 869808 42534 61053 2116 4672 553792

7 8087416 426616 141565 952400 44319 64751 2485 4901 586598

8 8716981 464862 152985 1057383 46100 68659 2867 5042 626344

9 9507556 511270 160800 1218030 49124 73924 3230 5231 678804

10 11 12 13

25461 32492 575 1371 458504

67828 85386 1285 3154 1840344

172504 230050 2539 9400

248751 362799 4251 27981

263807 386951 4712 32130

278921 410516 5095 36818

294885 442737 5389 42155

306016 468401 5548 45019

5190732 10289056 10998651 11872573 12993135 13635719

Source : Commissioner of Transport, Gujarat State, Gandhinagar.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 9.5 NUMBER OF MOTORCYCLES (TWO WHEELERS) REGISTERED PER LAKH OF POPULATION IN GUJARAT Sr. No. Year Population/ Projected Population (In lakh) 3 206 267 340 413 507 520 529 538 546 555 563 571 579 587 604 Number of Two wheelers (at the end of March) 4 8132 49934 281597 1412007 3964869 4306000 4702529 5162167 5744353 6352109 7003860 7579457 8087416 8716981 9507556 Number of Two wheelers Per lakh Population 5 39 187 828 3419 7820 8281 8889 9595 10521 11445 12440 13274 13968 14850 15741

1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

2 1961 1971 1981 1991 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011(P)

Note : From the year 2002 to 2010 is projected population as on 1st October. (P) = Provisional Source : (1) Census Results-2011, Commissioner of Transport, Gandhinagar. (2) Registar General of India, New Delhi for projeted population.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 9.6  WORKING OF THE GUJARAT STATE ROAD TRANSPORT CORPORATION Sr. No. Particulars 1980-81 2 No. of Routes Operated (@) Route kms. (In ‘000)(@) Average number of vehicles on road Fleet held by the Corporation excluding vehicles awaiting scrapping(@) Average Daily Traffic Earnings(Rs. in’000) Average number of passengers travelled per day (In ‘000) Total Effective kms. Operated (In lakh) Total Earnings (including miscellaneous receipts) (Rs. in Lakh) Revenue Expenditure ($) ( Rs. in lakh) Total Revenue Expenditure (Rs.in lakh) Fixed Capital Expenditure at the end of the period (Rs. in lakh) ($) 3 11202 559 5168 6678 1990-91 4 15631 858 6733 8244 2000-01 5 20104 1205 8573 10048 Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 (P) (P) 6 15416 1127 6932 7981 7 15227 1146 6697 7561 8 14947 1116 6514 7624 9 14867 1121 6327 7621

1 1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8

3605 3656 5513 13687

10711 3596 7714 46525

32833 3742 11517 124854

44558 2329 9970 171424

46798 2397 10107 177423

50091 2323 9786 188528

53919 2206 9485 197850

9 10 11

14058 16246 13409

41848 46095 32779

136993 156650 66943

172757 183760 92414

180761 193397 92133

200637 211263 104697

227340 239742 113260

(P) = Provisional (@) Figures at the end of the year. ($) Excluding the provisions made for depreciation and interest. Source : Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation, Ahmedabad.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 9.7  CARGO HANDLED BY PORTS IN GUJARAT Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Year Imports 2 1980-81 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 3 82.41 151.75 148.54 162.81 164.39 167.56 172.70 181.48 205.02 209.52 224.96 246.58 270.63 315.32 337.27 360.34 281.03 284.57 302.37 310.80 313.87 347.80 399.80 466.86 531.58 616.51 609.96 Major Port Kandla Exports 4 5.75 13.10 13.40 17.59 13.68 21.70 24.15 28.55 24.07 35.48 38.51 44.66 44.63 38.80 41.80 36.68 47.87 77.04 103.74 103.08 95.45 101.76 117.36 165.09 180.25 176.07 206.39 Transhipment 5 0.43 1.55 12.14 22.03 34.89 27.30 66.01 38.51 15.67 0.22 1.35 6.19 9.51 12.66 16.98 10.42 2.42 2.45 Total 6 88.16 164.85 161.94 180.83 178.07 189.26 196.85 210.03 229.09 245.00 265.02 303.38 337.29 389.01 406.37 463.03 367.41 377.28 406.33 415.23 415.51 459.07 529.82 648.93 722.25 795.00 818.80 Imports 7 14.92 34.17 29.37 21.59 33.68 39.54 41.53 48.50 60.96 68.59 93.42 89.89 108.36 154.25 169.50 337.06 467.87 530.83 534.56 555.56 611.04 703.99 874.28 974.93 1079.92 1442.95 1535.81 Exports 8 12.88 17.12 19.00 17.35 22.45 31.32 34.01 40.02 45.45 62.15 65.45 81.61 83.58 103.05 81.33 150.94 263.93 294.63 306.68 337.92 360.24 376.76 450.14 501.05 448.22 612.45 773.26 (Lakh Tonnes) Intermediate and Minor Ports Total 9 27.80 51.29 48.37 38.94 56.13 70.86 75.54 88.52 106.41 130.74 158.87 171.50 191.94 257.30 250.83 488.00 731.80 825.46 841.24 893.48 971.28 1080.75 1324.42 1475.98 1528.14 2055.40 2309.07

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 9.8  NUMBER OF POST OFFICES AND TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS IN GUJARAT Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Note As on 31st March 2 1981 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 : * Telephone Connecation up to October, 2011. Post Offices 3 8415 8596 8597 8598 8630 8690 8707 8856 8933 8948 8949 8949 8962 8979 9010 9037 9046 9056 9070 9023 8983 8971 8967 8970 8972 8976 8982 Telephone Connections including WLL (BSNL) 4 198889 312269 342484 347462 381266 415008 453114 519517 576037 658224 780731 915563 1078616 1292440 1547828 1921850 2398691 2833880 2978506 2775500 2718472 2655519 2484758 2313509 2186695 2182676 *1914747

Source : (1) Post Master General, Gujarat Circle, Ahmedabad. (2) Chief General Manager, Gujarat Circle, Department of Telecommunications, Ahmedabad.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 10.1 NUMBER OF OFFICES, DEPOSITS AND BANK CREDIT OF ALL SCHEDULED COMMERICAL BANKS IN GUJARAT Sr. No. Year No. of offices at the end of December 3 1008 1644 2318 2467 2574 2770 2953 3147 3094 3119 3210 3314 3361 3390 3415 3456 3475 3510 3523 3553 3578 3630 3667 3672 3656 3667 3689 3710 3793 3970 5672 5748 6091 6433 As on last Friday of December Deposits (Rs. In Crore) 4 510 984 2563 3042 3592 4152 4691 5326 6201 7311 8464 9790 11063 12975 15478 17722 22765 23959 27633 31836 37334 44842 49056 59645 68215 78387 93152 100379 109917 137740 185590 191871 225299 272076 Bank Credit (Rs. In Crore) 5 302 600 1490 1754 1915 2139 2579 2898 3462 4011 4937 5739 6257 7090 8385 8366 9842 12377 13783 15236 17948 21773 25090 27013 30530 33638 41344 53946 68589 87592 126227 131842 155575 187803 Credit Deposit Ratio 6 59.22 60.98 58.13 57.66 53.31 51.52 54.98 54.41 55.83 54.86 58.33 58.62 56.56 54.64 54.17 47.21 43.23 51.66 49.88 47.86 48.07 48.55 51.15 45.29 44.76 42.91 44.38 53.74 62.40 63.59 68.01 68.71 69.05 69.03

1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34

2 1970 1975 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009* 2010* 2011*

Note : From the year 2008 figures are including Private sector, RRBs, DCCBs, GSCARDBs branches. * As on 31st March Source : Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 11.1  EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS, STUDENTS AND TEACHERS Sr. No. 1 1 Primary (a) (b) (c) 2 (a) Item 2 2005-06 3 37256 1361 6810 3312 206693 103156 7654 539 5194 280 2460 259 2537 1008 1969 779 568 229 72084 31304 40780 18855 838 67 521 241 8102 2588 2006-07 4 39143 1394 7543 3492 216575 113735 7967 548 5419 276 2548 272 2669 1077 2043 820 626 258 76054 31883 44171 20413 903 74 409 191 8263 2533 2007-08 5 39565 1397 7666 3553 234507 125234 8328 601 5523 306 2805 295 2772 1128 2147 863 625 264 78645 32410 46235 21674 1247 233 534 242 12656 4296 2008-09 6 39106 1395 7713 3586 238032 128293 9015 667 5883 364 3132 303 2990 1197 2185 859 805 338 84401 36714 47687 24726 1187 171 589 266 20766 6040 2009-10 7 39952 1428 7818 3628 247901 134700 9299 674 5791 386 3508 288 3045 1257 2231 908 813 349 86775 42829 43946 26117 1405 94 643 285 20054 6420 2010-11 8 40723 1442 8145 3754 260237 141659 9844 694 6269 400 3575 294 3105 1290 2294 947 845 361 74929 40048 34881 23827 1567 109 680 313 24445 7793

Total Institutions (Nos.) - Of which only for Girls Total Students (‘000) - Of which Girls Total Teachers (Nos.) - Of which Women Secondary/Higher Secondary Total Institutions (Nos.) - Of which only for Girls i) Std. 8 to 10 - Of which only for Girls ii) Std. 8 to 12 - Of which only for Girls

(b)

Total Students (‘000) - Of which Girls i) Std. 8 to 10 - Of which Girls ii) Std. 11 to 12 - Of which Girls

(c)

Total Teachers (Nos.) i) Std. 8 to 10 ii) Std. 8 to 12 - Of which Women

3 (a) (b) (c)

Higher Education Total Institutions (Nos.) - Of which only for Girls Total Students (‘000) - Of which Girls Total Teachers (Nos.) - Of which Women

Source : (1)  Directorate of Primary Education, Gandhinagar (S.S. Mission) (2)  Commissionerate of Schools, Gandhinagar (3)  Commissionerate of Higher Education, Gandhinagar.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 11.2 NUMBER OF SANCTIONED SEATS AND ACTUAL ADMISSIONS IN TECHNICAL EDUCATION Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Year 2 1980-81 1985-86 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12(P) 3 2339 3011 3555 3632 3859 3866 4166 4726 5436 6136 6789 7780 9430 10924 11057 12373 15628 16228 17836 19716 26296 41130 46569 53788 Sanctioned Seats Degree Diploma 4 4549 6355 7076 7541 7566 7650 7795 8985 9640 10250 10615 11950 13368 16053 17588 18713 19463 22523 18820 21370 34185 45811 48913 51978 5 2508 3254 3845 3911 4248 4318 4709 5077 6170 6365 7128 8009 8840 8554 9130 9103 14383 15289 15241 18241 24576 39418 42272 44512 Actual Admissions Degree Diploma 6 5041 6467 6778 7132 8011 7946 9111 9131 10044 10594 10434 10325 11088 15062 13880 10373 15368 18493 21444 24024 33445 42796 46880 50098

Note : (1) The figures are inclusive of all Pharmacy Colleges/Institutions in the State. (P) = Provisional (2) The figures are inclusive of P.G.Degree / Diploma, Full Time and Part Time Degree and Diploma, Post Diploma/Advance Diploma/DLM Diploma etc. Source : Directorate of Technical Education, Gujarat State, Gandhinagar.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 12.1 STATEWISE PROVISIONAL ESTIMATES OF BIRTH RATE, DEATH RATE AND NATURAL GROWTH RATE, 2010 Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 India/State/ Union Territory 2 INDIA Andhra Pradesh Assam Bihar Chhatisgarh Gujarat Haryana Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Orissa Punjab Rajasthan Tamilnadu Uttar Pradesh West Bengal Arunachal Pradesh Goa Jharkhand Himachal Pradesh J&K Manipur Meghalaya Mizoram Nagaland Sikkim Tripura Uttaranchal Union Territory : A & N Islands Chandigarh D & N Haveli Daman & Diu Delhi Lakshadweep Pondicherry Birth Rate R 4 23.7 18.3 24.4 28.8 26.8 23.3 23.3 20.2 14.8 29.2 17.6 21.4 17.2 27.9 16.0 29.2 18.6 22.1 12.6 26.7 17.5 19.5 14.8 26.6 21.1 17.0 18.1 15.6 20.2 15.5 21.6 26.0 19.1 19.7 15.5 16.7 Death Rate R U 7 8 7.7 5.8 8.6 5.4 8.6 5.8 7.0 5.6 8.4 6.2 7.5 5.5 7.0 5.6 8.1 5.4 7.1 6.7 9.0 6.0 7.5 5.3 9.0 6.6 7.7 5.8 6.9 6.0 8.2 6.9 8.5 6.3 6.0 6.3 6.9 2.3 8.1 5.7 7.4 5.4 7.2 4.2 5.9 4.7 4.3 4.0 8.4 5.6 5.4 3.7 3.7 3.3 5.9 3.8 4.8 5.7 6.7 5.1 4.8 3.7 5.1 4.9 4.6 6.1 8.2 3.3 3.9 3.3 4.8 4.1 6.7 7.0 Natural Growth Rate C R U 9 10 11 14.9 15.9 12.2 10.2 9.7 11.3 14.9 15.8 10.1 21.3 21.8 16.4 17.3 18.4 12.4 15.1 15.8 14.0 15.7 16.3 14.3 12.1 12.1 12.1 7.8 7.7 8.1 18.9 20.2 14.5 10.6 10.2 11.1 11.9 12.4 8.6 9.6 9.5 9.8 20.0 20.9 16.9 8.3 7.8 8.9 20.2 20.7 17.9 10.7 12.6 5.6 14.6 15.2 12.3 6.6 4.5 8.0 18.3 19.3 13.9 10.0 10.3 7.3 12.6 13.6 8.8 10.7 10.5 11.3 16.6 18.2 9.2 12.5 15.7 9.3 13.2 13.3 12.7 12.3 12.3 12.3 9.9 10.8 5.8 13.0 13.5 11.1 11.3 11.6 21.9 13.9 13.6 8.0 9.3 10.7 17.9 20.9 14.2 15.0 9.5 8.5 12.6 11.0 25.3 13.6 13.4 6.5 9.6

C 3 22.1 17.9 23.2 28.1 25.3 21.8 22.3 19.2 14.8 27.3 17.1 20.5 16.6 26.7 15.9 28.3 16.8 20.5 13.2 25.3 16.9 18.3 14.9 24.5 17.1 16.8 17.8 14.9 19.3 15.6 15.6 26.6 18.8 17.8 14.3 16.7

U 5 18.0 16.7 15.8 22.0 18.6 19.4 19.8 17.5 14.8 20.5 16.4 15.2 15.6 22.9 15.8 24.2 11.9 14.6 13.7 19.3 11.5 13.5 15.3 14.8 13.0 16.0 16.1 11.5 16.2 15.8 15.0 28.6 18.3 17.5 13.2 16.7

C 6 7.2 7.6 8.2 6.8 8.0 6.7 6.6 7.1 7.0 8.3 6.5 8.6 7.0 6.7 7.6 8.1 6.0 5.9 6.6 7.0 6.9 5.7 4.2 7.9 4.5 3.6 5.6 5.0 6.3 4.3 3.9 4.7 4.9 4.2 6.4 7.4

C=Combined, R = Rural, U= Urban Source : S.R.S. Bulletine, December-2011, Registrar General of India, New Delhi.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 12.2  BIRTH RATE, DEATH RATE AND INFANT MORTALITY RATE - GUJARAT Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Year Crude Birth Rate Rural 2 1980 1985 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 3 37.3 33.8 30.2 28.2 29.5 29.1 28.5 27.9 26.9 27.0 27.0 27.0 26.8 26.7 26.6 26.5 26.3 25.5 25.0 24.5 24.1 23.8 23.3 Urban 4 31.8 31.2 28.3 25.9 24.6 25.8 24.5 24.0 23.0 22.6 21.9 22.0 21.9 21.5 20.6 20.5 21.1 21.0 21.1 20.7 20.3 19.9 19.4 Combined 5 35.8 33.0 29.6 27.5 28.1 28.0 27.1 26.7 25.7 25.6 25.5 25.4 25.2 24.9 24.7 24.6 24.3 23.7 23.5 23.0 22.6 22.3 21.8 Rural 6 13.0 11.8 9.6 8.8 9.5 8.9 9.6 8.3 8.3 8.3 8.6 8.8 8.3 8.9 8.3 8.2 7.8 8.0 8.2 8.1 8.0 7.7 7.5 Death Rate Urban 7 10.0 8.7 7.2 7.9 8.3 6.8 6.9 6.2 6.2 6.2 6.3 5.9 5.8 5.6 6.4 6.3 5.5 5.8 5.9 5.8 5.4 5.6 5.5 Combined 8 12.2 10.8 8.9 8.5 9.2 8.2 8.7 7.6 7.6 7.6 7.9 7.9 7.5 7.8 7.7 7.6 6.9 7.1 7.3 7.2 6.9 6.9 6.7 Infant Mortality Rate Rural 9 119 112 79 73 72 65 70 68 68 69 71 70 69 68 68 65 62 63 62 60 58 55 51 Urban 10 94 64 54 57 53 42 51 47 46 46 46 45 45 42 37 36 38 37 37 36 35 33 30 Combined 11 113 98 72 69 67 58 64 62 61 62 64 63 62 60 60 57 53 54 53 52 50 48 44

Source : (1) Sample Registration Bulletin, Registrar General of India, Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi. (2) Commissionerate of Health, Medical Services and Medical Education (Health), Gujarat State, Gandhinagar.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 12.3 NUMBER OF ALLOPATHIC MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Year/ District Total CHCs 4 188 206 224 244 254 261 273 273 273 273 273 283 291 305 13 20 13 15 21 8 12 11 18 11 3 16 14 15 11 12 14 12 16 4 7 13 1 10 10 5 PHC’s 5 960 967 984 1001 1044 1052 1067 1070 1072 1073 1073 1084 1105 1114 37 77 29 50 63 24 43 31 44 38 10 57 39 47 45 50 65 61 78 21 38 50 9 37 41 30 Rural Dispen- Others saris 6 7 5 51 5 51 5 51 5 56 5 49 5 50 5 40 5 39 5 40 5 52 5 52 5 47 5 5 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 52 59 2 3 0 5 6 6 4 2 3 0 0 2 1 1 1 3 4 0 4 0 4 4 0 1 2 1 Total 8 1204 1229 1264 1306 1352 1368 1385 1387 1390 1403 1403 1419 1453 1483 52 100 42 71 90 40 59 44 65 49 13 75 54 63 57 65 83 73 98 25 49 68 10 48 53 37 Hospi- PHC’s tals 9 10 84 0 85 0 84 0 84 0 84 0 83 0 83 0 84 0 83 0 83 0 83 0 86 0 86 85 5 2 2 5 2 3 8 3 12 5 1 2 3 3 1 2 3 2 6 1 2 4 1 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Urban Dispen Others Total saris 11 12 13 181 132 397 182 129 396 182 132 398 184 128 396 184 122 390 183 121 387 180 99 362 180 107 371 180 100 363 180 83 346 180 83 346 166 82 334 166# 166 6 0 0 3 4 17 45 2 14 4 0 11 1 11 3 5 4 1 14 0 2 15 0 1 3 0 82* 89 3 2 0 2 3 2 30 6 3 0 0 2 0 3 2 5 3 0 8 0 4 9 0 1 0 1 334 340 14 4 2 10 9 22 83 11 29 9 1 15 4 17 6 12 10 3 28 1 8 28 1 5 5 3

2 3 1997-98 1601 1998-99 1625 1999-00 1662 2000-01 1702 2001-02 1742 2002-03 1755 2003-04 1747 2004-05 1758 2005-06 1753 2006-07 1749 2007-08 1749 2008-09 1753 (Revised) 2009-10 1787 2010-11 1823 Districts : 2010-11 Kachchh 66 Banas Kantha 104 Patan 44 Mahesana 81 Sabar Kantha 99 Gandhinagar 62 Ahmadabad 142 Surendranagar 55 Rajkot 94 Jamnagar 58 Porbandar 14 Junagadh 90 Amreli 58 Bhavnagar 80 Anand 63 Kheda 77 Panch Mahals 93 Dohad 76 Vadodara 126 Narmada 26 Bharuch 57 Surat 96 The Dangs 11 Navsari 53 Valsad 58 Tapi 40

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 13.1  STERILISATION AND IUD INSERTIONS Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Year 2 1980-81 1990-91 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Vasectomy 3 37467 12428 8195 4554 3118 2786 2539 1997 1897 1831 1677 1587 1446 1032 20646 11530 9504 6912 Sterilisation Tubectomy 4 163127 228092 271859 238395 239246 247593 257684 251909 253007 270170 261219 276546 278888 266517 289418 313577 318931 318913 I.U.D Insertions Total 5 200594 240520 280054 242949 242364 250379 260223 253906 254904 272001 262896 278133 280334 267549 310064 325107 328435 325825 6 40942 451694 452077 409248 401736 413198 414350 410900 402505 422236 413632 426399 466230 464484 494529 591564 579454 599749

Source : Commissionerate of Health, Medical Services and Medical Education (Health Section), Gujarat State, Gandhinagar. 13.2  BIRTHS (In ‘000) AVERTED DUE TO VARIOUS METHODS OF FAMILY WELFARE Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Year 2 1980-81 1990-91 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Sterilisation 3 313.2 545.1 593.8 602.7 602.8 600.6 599.7 599.9 599.4 599.0 601.0 603.2 606.7 610.9 613.5 624.7 637.3 651.4 Births Averted I.U.D. C.C.& O.P. users 4 5 26.6 24.7 264.0 225.2 355.9 196.8 365.9 196.9 363.8 178.0 360.0 161.0 361.4 171.3 362.0 172.2 361.2 174.0 359.9 180.8 361.0 203.0 361.4 220.0 365.4 218.3 376.7 209.1 385.8 225.8 402.7 249.2 434.2 230.2 455.0 187.4 Total 6 364.5 1034.3 1146.5 1165.5 1144.6 1121.6 1132.4 1134.1 1134.6 1139.7 1165.0 1184.6 1190.4 1196.7 1225.1 1275.9 1301.7 1293.8

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 13.3 NUMBER OF COUPLES EFFECTIVELY PROTECTED BY VARIOUS METHODS OF FAMILY WELFARE Sr. No. As on 31st March Estimated couples in the age group 15-44 (In ‘000) 3 5434 6929 7060 7233 7470 7611 7750 7801 7922 7980 8098 8500 8691 8904 9066 9235 9919 10176 10404 10501 10718 10326 Couples effectively protected by Sterilisations 4 1694562 2896901 2949495 2808346 2875692 2949217 2992976 2984519 2984183 2980375 2986881 2996911 2989088 2995798 2993290 3009898 3027488 3036852 3083493 3143465 3203560 3258121 I.U.D. 5 92361 820476 817949 831329 787645 856240 882192 985799 978682 978087 977735 975911 966734 976447 975164 984684 1017560 1037457 1077074 1172426 1225164 1285217 C. C. & O.P.users 6 92059 519363 502374 465121 684692 838884 737821 666945 568867 618131 618745 630697 632674 713097 791476 802024 746724 778969 908145 873830 702344 599459 Total 7 1878982 4236740 4269818 4104796 4348029 4644341 4612989 4637263 4531732 4576593 4583361 4603519 4588496 4685342 4759930 4796606 4791772 4853278 5068712 5189721 5131068 5142797

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2 1981 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 14.1  EMPLOYMENT IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR (In ‘000) Sr. No. 1 A Category 2 Public Sector 1 Central Government 2 State Government 3 Quasi-Government 4 Local Bodies Private Sector Total - (A + B) 1995 3 969 142 215 303 309 748 1717 2000 4 920 138 201 297 284 770 1690 Number of persons employed as on 31st March 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 5 6 7 8 9 10 819 832 824 796 786 798 121 116 110 107 92 86 185 183 182 174 173 172 244 245 241 229 235 229 269 288 291 286 286 311 803 861 931 1008 1053 1106 1622 1693 1755 1804 1839 1904 2010 11 786 80 174 227 305 1196 1982 2011 12 793 79 170 229 315 1307 2100

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: Under the Employment Market Information (EMI) Scheme, information is collected from all public sector establishments. Among private sector establishments, data for those employing 25 or more persons are obtained statutorily under the provisions of the Employment Exchanges (Compulsory Notification of Vacancies) Act, 1959 and the data from non-agricultural establishments engaging 10 to 24 persons are collected on a voluntary basis. The Employment Market Information Scheme does not cover defence establishments, self-employed persons and establishments in the private sector employing less than 10 employees.

Source : Directorate of Employment and Training, Gujarat state, Gandhinagar. 14.2  EMPLOYMENT IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BY INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION (In ‘000) Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Industrial Classification 2 Agriculture, Hunting, Forestry and Fishing Mining and Quarrying Manufacturing Electric, Gas and Water Construction Wholesale and Retail Trade and Restaurants Transport, Storage and Communications Financing, Insurance, Real Estate and Business Services Community, Social and Personal Services Total 1995 3 24 23 643 44 70 23 189 105 596 1717 2000 4 18 19 655 45 68 25 187 106 567 1690 Number of persons employed as on 31st March 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 5 6 7 8 9 10 27 26 26 25 24 24 15 617 53 49 33 160 110 558 1622 15 637 55 54 42 159 115 590 1693 16 677 56 54 45 154 120 607 1755 14 729 56 52 49 152 125 602 1804 14 742 55 50 54 148 147 605 1839 16 765 57 50 58 140 167 627 1904 2010 11 23 17 811 58 51 59 138 194 631 1982 2011 12 22 16 876 60 56 62 135 230 643 2100

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: Under the Employment Market Information (EMI) Scheme, information is collected from all public sector establishments. Among private sector establishments, data for those employing 25 or more persons are obtained statutorily under the provisions of the Employment Exchanges (Compulsory Notification of Vacancies) Act, 1959 and the data from non-agricultural establishments engaging 10 to 24 persons are collected on a voluntary basis. The Employment Market Information Scheme does not cover defence establishments, self-employed persons and establishments in the private sector employing less than 10 employees.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 14.3 WOMEN EMPLOYMENT IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR (In ‘000) Sr. No. 1 1 As on 31st March 2 1995 Persons/Women 3 Persons Women Persons Women Persons Women Persons Women Persons Women Persons Women Persons Women Persons Women Persons Women Persons Women Persons Women Public Sector 4 969 148 (15.27) 920 138 (15.46) 850 134 (15.76) 819 135 (16.48) 832 145 (17.43) 824 147 (16.74) 796 147 (18.47) 786 150 (19.08) 798 168 (21.05) 786 167 (21.25) 793 176 (22.19) Private Sector 5 748 77 (10.29) 770 71 (8.67) 780 80 (10.26) 803 82 (9.12) 861 90 (10.45) 931 94 (10.10) 1008 103 (10.22) 1053 108 (10.26) 1106 113 (10.22) 1196 122 (10.20) 1307 131 (10.02) Total 6 1717 225 (13.10) 1690 209 (12.31) 1630 214 (13.13) 1622 217 (12.31) 1693 235 (13.88) 1755 241 (13.73) 1804 250 (13.86) 1839 258 (14.03) 1904 281 (14.76) 1982 289 (14.58) 2100 307 (14.62)

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 14.4 WORKING OF EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGES (In ‘000) Sr. No. Year Registration during the year 3 248 147 160 206 187 182 228 188 188 157 171 193 237 226 234 320 339 252 238 277 204 227 284 354 331 408 411 235 No. placed in employment during the year 4 21 12 13 16 13 17 17 16 32 30 36 37 54 75 67 80 80 75 72 73 73 131 142 201 163 178 230 128 No. on Live Register at the end of the year 5 483 771 865 779 876 954 951 991 1026 930 899 916 924 926 934 989 1071 1070 1047 964 900 831 778 792 825 888 897 896 No. of Vacancies notified during the year 6 47 33 33 35 31 38 29 30 41 33 36 37 48 60 67 76 113 76 71 73 93 154 193 240 209 211 281 163

1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 1980-81 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12*

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 14.5 NUMBER OF JOB SEEKERS BY LEVEL OF EDUCATION - REGISTERED WITH EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGES Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 S.S.C Inter Diploma Graduates (a) Arts (b) Science (c) Commerce (d) Others 5 Engineering Graduates (a) Civil (b) Mechanical (c) Electrical (d) Others 6 Post Graduates (a) Arts (b) Science (c) Commerce (d) Others 7 Engineering Post Graduates I Total Educated Unemployed II Total Uneducated Unemployed Grand Total (I+II) Level of Education 1990 2 3 435429 81724 8766 55007 16443 8479 20584 9501 4085 2368 681 370 666 8129 2355 2050 1891 1833 15 593155 363826 956981 1995 4 439642 127454 10787 76483 29366 10974 22603 13540 3725 1431 630 619 1045 12184 5452 2369 2475 1888 6 670281 241901 2000 5 435996 230074 19319 144952 59314 23252 44825 17561 7579 1892 1689 1589 2409 17595 8561 3369 3023 2642 2 855517 212234 As on 31st December 2005 6 278020 238881 23317 169139 74470 20592 48172 25905 9142 1157 2115 2194 3676 23739 11730 3811 4483 3715 65 742303 112963 855266 2007 7 236613 212687 23317 198943 84949 20939 44717 48338 9336 1138 2050 2374 3774 33629 16037 4753 5628 7211 79 714604 84678 799282 2008 8 236396 230085 23650 221652 96666 21599 46907 56480 8707 1016 1899 2185 3607 38771 16589 4890 6003 11289 64 759325 72117 831442 2009 9 232224 268799 28095 244491 104175 23536 48531 68249 9921 1074 2113 2320 4414 49083 18908 7104 7247 15824 61 832674 72807 905481 2010 10 219480 267209 28341 246037 103441 22887 47382 72327 9876 966 2133 2326 4451 50155 18599 7340 7261 16955 63 821161 70488 891649 2011* 11 218907 273468 30402 244508 102550 21669 45939 74350 10600 1044 2108 2380 5068 52620 18843 7681 7567 18529 51 830556 65473 896029

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 15.1 ALLOTMENT AND LIFTING OF SUPERIOR KEROSENE OIL Sr. No. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Year 2 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Allotment 3 1051206 1060174 1048136 1096710 1075562 1078758 1087687 1013207 983922 961369 956528 955726 955728 955728 954792 928872 747684 Monthly average allotment 4 87600 88348 90345 91392 89630 89897 90641 84433 81993 80114 79710 79644 79644 79644 79566 77406 62309 Lifting 5 1050000 1064327 1086027 1105351 1077966 1076361 1072867 1001323 983297 962072 956068 955641 955728 955706 954613 928631 747403 (In Kilolitres) Monthly average lifting 6 87500 88694 90502 92112 89830 89697 89406 83443 81941 80173 79672 79612 79644 79642 77447 77368 62284

Source : Food and Civil Supply Department, Government of Gujarat, Gandhinagar 15.2 LIFTING OF LIGHT DIESEL OIL (CRUDE OIL) AND HIGH SPEED DIESEL OIL (In Kilolitres) Sr. No. Year Light Diesel Oil High Speed Diesel Oil Lifting Monthly Lifting Monthly average lifting average lifting 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 1995 234732 19561 2687748 223979 2 1996 409712 17476 3116882 259740 3 1997 201585 16799 3541693 295141 4 1998 163610 13634 3059127 254927 5 1999 85813 7151 2580498 215041 6 2000 82120 6843 2535467 211289 7 2001 57051 4754 2211555 184296 8 2002 64455 5371 1972049 164337 9 2003 50319 4193 1871866 155989 10 2004 39980 3332 1994948 166246 11 2005 83786 6982 1996291 166357 12 2006 126715 10559 2808872 234072 13 2007 58484 7311 2493165 207763 14 2008 0 0 2984403 248700 15 2009 0 0 2898908 241576 16 2010 0 0 3618808 301567 17 2011 0 0 4028892 335741 Note : As per the Oil Co. Report, LDO was not sold from the year 2008. Source : Food and Civil Supply Department, Government of Gujarat, Gandhinagar Socio-Economic Review, Gujarat State, 2011-12 S-81

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 16.1 INDEX OF ALL INDIA WHOLESALE PRICES BY GROUP AND SUB GROUP Year/Month All Commodities I Primary Articles Food Non MineArticles food rals Articles II Fuel Power, Light and Lubricants 6 113.6 120.9 121.0 135.0 132.1 148.3 164.7 141.1 142.8 143.2 147.8 148.0 147.6 148.1 148.6 150.2 151.3 153.5 157.6 159.5 160.4 161.6 165.6 167.1 168.4 170.0 III Manufactured Food BeveTexProducts rages, tiles Tobacco & Tobacco Products 7 8 9 101.2 106.5 110.3 119.9 136.1 141.2 149.7 138.0 137.5 136.8 139.0 139.2 140.4 141.0 142.2 144.2 145.3 145.1 145.1 146.2 148.3 148.8 150.3 150.9 151.7 152.0 104.7 110.0 117.2 128.3 136.2 146.2 161.0 144.0 143.7 143.8 143.7 144.3 144.4 144.5 144.5 144.9 150.6 151.5 154.5 155.1 157.7 161.9 161.8 163.8 163.8 162.6 98.9 100.8 101.5 103.2 106.7 119.6 129.7 114.5 115.4 115.5 115.7 116.1 116.1 117.1 118.7 121.1 124.8 128.0 132.4 133.8 133.9 132.2 128.9 126.6 126.4 126.0

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 16.1 INDEX OF ALL INDIA WHOLESALE PRICES BY GROUP AND SUB GROUP Year/Month Paper Leather and and Paper Leather Products Products Rubber and Rubber Products 13 101.9 107.6 112.2 117.3 118.2 126.1 133.3 121.9 122.9 123.0 123.7 123.8 124.1 125.0 126.7 127.6 130.0 131.3 133.0 133.5 132.9 132.9 133.3 133.6 133.4 133.5 III Manufactured Products ChemiNonBasic Machinery Transcals MetaMetal and port and llic Alloys Machine equipment Chemical Mineral and Tools and Products Products Metal parts Products 14 15 16 17 18 (Base Year : 2004-05=100) 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 * April, 2010 May June July August Sept ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, 103.6 108.4 111.6 116.3 118.9 125.2 131.5 122.4 121.9 122.0 123.4 125.6 125.6 125.6 125.8 125.7 126.6 128.2 129.5 130.8 131.5 131.5 131.3 131.7 131.6 132.4 104.3 112.5 116.0 122.3 128.4 127.1 128.9 126.9 128.3 127.8 128.7 128.8 128.2 128.2 127.8 127.8 123.2 123.8 125.5 126.7 127.6 129.3 130.0 129.6 129.2 129.8 103.8 108.9 112.8 118.1 117.8 124.0 132.7 122.6 122.6 122.4 122.1 122.6 122.8 123.0 123.3 124.2 125.9 127.7 129.3 131.0 131.8 132.2 132.7 133.0 133.5 134.4 103.4 115.4 128.3 131.7 140.9 144.6 149.9 143.7 145.0 143.3 145.1 144.0 143.4 145.0 143.8 143.6 144.2 146.1 148.3 148.9 150.2 149.8 150.2 149.6 149.4 151.2 102.2 111.7 123.2 138.0 129.5 140.7 152.4 138.9 138.7 138.3 137.2 137.5 138.9 139.8 139.9 141.2 143.5 146.6 148.3 149.3 150.3 151.5 151.8 154.1 154.1 155.7 103.6 110.1 114.1 117.4 118.0 121.3 124.4 120.5 120.2 120.4 120.5 120.8 121.1 121.0 121.2 121.9 122.3 122.5 123.3 123.9 123.9 124.0 124.2 124.6 125.0 125.2 102.7 105.0 107.6 113.3 116.8 120.3 123.7 120.1 120.1 120.2 120.4 119.3 119.3 119.6 119.7 119.9 121.5 121.6 122.4 122.6 121.8 123.8 124.2 124.6 124.3 124.8

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 16.2 CONSUMER PRICE INDEX FOR AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS AND RURAL LABOURERS IN GUJARAT AND INDIA (Base Year : 1986-87 = 100) Year/Month GUJARAT Agricultural Labourers Rural Labourers General Food General Food 2 3 4 5 314 322 315 323 320 324 322 324 332 336 333 336 339 344 341 344 350 354 351 354 369 377 371 377 403 415 403 415 424 434 425 435 459 469 460 469 538 569 538 569 583 614 583 615 613 638 611 638 573 575 575 574 574 596 600 586 582 584 587 593 599 609 619 624 611 612 612 609 608 636 639 615 605 604 606 613 621 633 645 651 572 574 574 573 573 595 598 586 581 584 587 593 598 607 617 623 611 612 612 610 608 636 639 616 605 605 607 614 622 633 645 651 ALL INDIA Agricultural Labourers Rural Labourers General Food General Food 6 7 8 9 304 299 306 300 311 304 313 305 323 316 325 317 332 326 335 327 342 335 344 335 358 351 360 352 388 384 389 384 417 416 418 416 462 464 462 463 530 540 529 541 577 582 577 582 612 606 612 607 554 557 562 566 570 581 589 584 585 587 592 598 604 610 615 619 563 564 571 574 578 590 599 589 584 585 588 593 599 604 608 613 554 556 562 565 569 580 588 584 584 587 592 597 604 610 614 620 564 566 571 575 579 591 600 589 585 585 589 594 600 605 609 614

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 16.3 CONSUMER PRICE INDEX FOR INDUSTRIAL WORKERS BY MAJOR GROUPS FOR SELECTED CENTRES OF GUJARAT STATE (Base year : 2001=100) Centre Food Pan, Supari, Fuel & Housing Clothing, MiscellGeneral Year/Month Tobacco & Lighting Bedding & aneous Intoxicants Footwear 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Ahmedabad 2007 139 143 107 121 112 127 129 2008 151 159 111 124 114 138 138 2009 170 184 119 131 117 146 151 2010 195 228 126 161 126 153 171 2011* 201 288 135 186 133 168 183 January, 2011 February ,, March ,, April ,, May ,, June ,, July ,, August ,, September ,, Vadodara 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011* January 2011 February ,, March ,, April ,, May ,, June ,, July ,, August ,, September ,, Bhavnagar 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011* January 2011 February ,, March ,, April ,, May ,, June ,, July ,, August ,, September ,, 207 191 191 197 195 198 206 208 212 131 137 157 185 195 203 193 186 186 190 195 197 201 205 130 135 147 178 184 190 179 174 175 180 187 188 190 196 241 269 269 269 287 287 282 346 346 139 156 175 197 226 205 215 225 225 225 235 235 235 235 113 126 131 146 146 141 141 147 147 147 147 147 147 147 130 132 132 133 132 134 138 143 142 114 119 124 130 139 135 135 136 136 136 138 144 144 145 111 120 121 127 136 131 132 133 133 133 135 142 142 144 181 181 181 181 181 181 195 195 195 127 130 143 174 191 188 188 188 188 188 188 197 197 197 127 135 154 201 230 228 228 228 228 228 228 233 233 233 131 125 131 131 134 134 134 140 140 109 110 116 118 121 121 121 121 121 121 121 121 121 121 117 121 124 140 156 146 146 158 158 158 158 158 158 166 162 167 167 167 167 168 169 173 173 128 136 143 151 162 158 159 161 161 162 164 164 164 168 141 149 157 164 175 167 169 172 173 177 179 180 180 180 183 177 177 180 180 181 188 191 193 127 133 147 167 178 180 176 173 173 175 178 181 183 186 129 135 147 174 187 187 182 181 182 184 188 191 192 195 S-85

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 16.3 CONSUMER PRICE INDEX FOR INDUSTRIAL WORKERS BY MAJOR GROUPS FOR SELECTED CENTRES OF GUJARAT STATE (Base year : 2001=100) Centre Food Pan, Supari, Fuel & Housing Clothing, MiscellGeneral Year/Month Tobacco & Lighting Bedding & aneous Intoxicants Footwear 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Rajkot 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011* January 2011 February ,, March April May June July August ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, 132 136 153 182 205 202 197 197 196 200 211 212 215 217 112 116 122 141 170 144 144 150 157 165 185 195 195 195 110 117 121 125 135 130 130 130 132 133 134 142 142 143 123 127 147 197 213 208 208 208 208 208 208 233 220 220 115 125 140 156 156 154 154 154 154 154 158 158 158 158 127 136 145 153 158 155 155 156 156 157 161 161 161 163 126 132 146 174 190 186 184 184 184 186 193 200 198 199

September ,, Surat 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011* January 2011 February March April May June July August September ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,,

136 146 168 191 199 203 194 190 190 192 197 204 207 211

123 133 148 170 186 185 185 186 186 186 186 186 186 186

101 104 109 114 124 119 120 122 119 119 124 132 132 133

118 120 123 131 149 143 143 143 143 143 143 160 160 160

114 115 120 131 137 136 136 137 137 137 137 137 137 137

128 137 143 154 159 158 158 159 159 159 160 160 160 161

127 134 146 162 171 172 167 166 166 167 169 177 178 180

* Average of nine months (January-September, 2011) Source: Labour Bureau, Government of India, Shimla S-86 Socio-Economic Review, Gujarat State, 2011-12

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 17.1 GENERAL BUDGETARY POSITION OF GUJARAT STATE Sr. No. 1 I (i) Item 2 Consolidated Fund Revenue Account (A) Revenue Receipts (B) Revenue Expenditure (C) Surplus (+) or Deficit (-) (ii) Capital Account (A) Capital Receipts (B) Capital Expenditure (C) Surplus (+) or Deficit (-) Surplus (+) or Deficit (-) Within Consolidated Fund II III Contingency Fund (Net) Public Account (Net) Overall Surplus (+) or Deficit (-) 7748.58 9989.99 (-) 2241.41 (-) 471.32 73.61 19.75 (-) 377.96 8919.57 9164.07 (-) 244.50 1905.84 (-) 7.44 (-) 1784.76 113.64 10507.81 13178.42 (-)2670.61 (-)2736.36 (-)24.03 2903.32 142.93 14531.65 11719.41 2812.24 (-)4153.67 (-) 13.15 3941.72 (-) 225.10 17055.61 14189.06 2866.55 (-) 2209.83 46.46 2416.57 253.20 31002.22 29232.13 1770.09 35689.85 33539.51 2150.34 38675.71 38741.46 (-) 65.75 41672.36 48638.27 (-) 6965.91 52363.64 57440.02 (-) 5076.38 2006-07 3 2007-08 4 2008-09 5 2009-10 6 (Rs. in Crore) 2010-11(P) 7

Source : Finance Department, Government of Gujarat, Gandhinagar.

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 17.2 RECEIPTS ON STATE ACCOUNTS Sr. Item 2006-07 No. 1 2 3 I RECEIPTS ON REVENUE ACCOUNT A Tax Revenue (a) Share in Central Taxes 4425.83 (1) Corporation Tax 1370.04 (2) Income Tax other than 838.70 Corporation Tax (3) Tax on Wealth 1.73 (4) Custom Duties 865.39 (5) Union Excise Duties 933.48 (6) Service Tax 416.49 (b) State Taxes 18464.75 (1) Taxes on Profession etc. 131.07 (2) Land Revenue 498.71 (3) Stamps & Registration 1425.03 (4) State Excise 41.94 (5) Sales Tax/VAT 12817.46 (i) Central S.T. 1931.25 (ii) State S.T. 1406.98 (iii) Value Added Tax 9511.80 (iv) Others -32.57 (6) Taxes on Vehicles 1191.15 (7) Taxes on Goods & 5.96 Passengers (8) Electricity Duties 2087.77 (9) Entertainment Tax 28.18 (10) Other Taxes & Duties 237.48 Total Tax Revenue (a + b) 22890.58 B State Non-Tax Revenue 4948.78 C Other Revenue 3162.86 TOTAL - I 31002.22 II RECEIPTS ON CAPITAL ACCOUNT A Public Debt 6948.30 (1) Internal Debt of State 6653.50 Government (2) Loans & Advances from the 294.80 Central Government B Recovery of Loans & Advances 797.59 C Other Receipts 2.69 TOTAL - II 7748.58 TOTAL RECEIPTS ON 38750.80 GOVERNMENT ACCOUNT 2007-08 4 2008-09 5 2009-10 6 (Rs. in Crore) 2010-11(P) 7

5426.65 1722.09 1155.84 1.91 1025.63 979.10 542.08 21885.01 149.58 683.09 2018.43 47.20 15104.54 1905.50 188.84 12529.54 480.66 1310.09 151.62 2046.52 28.76 345.18 27311.66 4609.31 3768.88 35689.85 8611.10 8402.07 209.03 213.60 94.87 8919.57 44609.42

5726.19 1877.86 1179.02 1.75 1094.50 954.53 618.53 23556.70 185.84 543.50 1728.50 48.71 16810.65 1666.79 914.58 13672.19 557.09 1381.66 169.35 2369.91 34.11 284.47 29282.89 5099.32 4293.50 38675.71 10306.11 10079.33 226.78 181.11 20.59 10507.81 49183.52

5890.90 2424.36 1350.47 5.49 824.47 664.12 621.99 26740.26 196.87 1161.20 2556.72 65.94 18199.79 2548.59 1188.03 13927.97 535.20 1542.64 6.91 2643.65 47.28 319.26 32631.16 5451.70 3589.50 41672.36 14244.69 14158.44 86.25 150.66 136.30 14531.65 56204.01

6679.44 2610.72 1379.62 5.35 1168.07 849.66 666.02 36338.63 228.22 1788.79 3666.24 62.97 24893.46 4666.68 1659.41 17879.74 687.63 2003.68 6.38 3262.64 66.19 360.06 43018.07 4915.02 4430.55 52363.64 16681.34 16522.11 159.23 283.09 91.18 17055.61 69419.25

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 17.3 EXPENDITURE ON STATE ACCOUNTS (Rs. in Crore) Sr. Item 2006-07 No. 1 2 3 I EXPENDITURE ON REVENUE ACCOUNT A Developmental Expenditure (a) Social Services 10514.31 (1) Education, Sports, Art and 4726.55 Culture (2) Health and Family Welfare 1091.46 (3) Water supply, Sanitation, 1926.64 Housing and Urban Development (4) Information and Broadcasting 29.01 (5) Welfare of Scheduled 706.35 Castes,Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes (6) Labour and Labour Welfare 157.64 (7) Social Welfare and Nutrition 1845.69 (8) Others 30.97 (b) Economic Services 6622.17 (1) Agriculture and Allied Activities 1007.32 (2) Rural Development 959.48 (3) Special Area Programmes 29.52 (4) Irrigation and Flood control 521.31 (5) Energy 2003.36 (6) Industry and Minerals 285.62 (7) Transport 1298.23 (8) Communication 0.00 (9) Science, Technology and 45.24 Environment (10) General Economics Services 472.09 Total - A 17136.48 B Non-Developmental Expenditure (1) General Services 215.64 (2) Fiscal Services 196.79 (3) Interest Payment and Servicing of 7688.62 Debt (4) Adminstrative Services 1311.50 (5) Pension and Miscellaneous General 2550.68 Services Total - B 11963.23 C Other Expenditure 132.42 TOTAL - I 29232.13 2007-08 4 2008-09 5 2009-10 6 2010-11(P) 7

11800.66 14932.14 5433.20 5820.73 1285.08 2917.14 1428.86 5070.14

19605.30 7953.59 1995.46 6393.06

23701.58 10988.16 2499.41 5997.24

42.81 790.10

50.04 916.50

51.97 1053.50

76.93 1266.71

195.59 238.31 1101.60 1371.55 35.14 36.01 8044.19 10522.68 1479.11 1849.36 1104.93 1146.92 32.04 35.83 625.98 761.51 2394.98 3527.81 360.21 606.24 1555.04 1952.89 0.00 0.00 29.58 19.47 462.32 622.65 19844.85 25454.82 319.82 238.54 8384.45 1521.00 3083.52 259.73 227.59 8084.05 1578.19 2969.55

293.21 1812.47 52.04 12423.36 2340.70 1382.19 38.70 885.44 3213.33 789.81 2843.47 0.00 21.69 908.03 32028.66 466.08 308.57 9150.09 2055.65 4523.25 16503.64 105.97 48638.27

408.03 2412.88 52.22 14274.00 2737.21 2058.67 44.74 915.64 3146.33 895.25 3164.42 0.00 133.32 1178.42 37975.58 437.95 357.52 10127.32 2464.87 5891.50 19279.16 185.28 57440.02 (Contd..)

13547.33 13119.11 147.33 167.53 33539.51 38741.46

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 17.3 EXPENDITURE ON STATE ACCOUNTS (Rs. in Crore) Sr. Item 2006-07 No. 1 2 3 II EXPENDITURE ON CAPITAL ACCOUNT A Developmental Expenditure (a) Social Services 1607.52 (1) Education, Sports, Art and 259.65 Culture (2) Health and Family Welfare 54.65 (3) Water Supply, Sanitation, 1068.09 Housing and Urban Development (4) Information and Broadcasting 0.06 (5) Welfare of Scheduled 22.08 Castes,Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes (6) Social Welfare and Nutrition 8.00 (7) Others 194.99 (b) Economic Services 6539.67 (1) Agriculture and Allied Services 202.79 (2) Rural Development 0.00 (3) Special Area Programmes 0.62 (4) Irrigation and Flood control 3858.77 (5) Energy 1401.90 (6) Industry and Minerals 125.78 (7) Transport 855.94 (8) Communications 0.00 (9) Science, Technology and Envi0.00 ronment (10) General Economic Services 93.87 Total - A 8147.19 B Non-Developmental Expenditure (a) General Services 8.94 (b) Public Debt 1770.90 (1) Internal Debt of State 911.71 Government (2) Loans & Advances for Central 859.19 Government (c) Loans & Advances by the State 62.96 Government (d) Other Expenditure 0.00 Total - B 1842.80 TOTAL - II 9989.99 TOTAL EXPENDITURE ON STATE 39222.12 ACCOUNT Source : Finance Department, Government of Gujarat. S-90 Socio-Economic Review, Gujarat State, 2011-12 2007-08 4 2008-09 5 2009-10 6 2010-11(P) 7

1941.19 289.63 89.19 1062.65 0.86 42.96

2040.01 248.93 172.59 1269.17 0.79 59.34

2059.64 361.90 289.60 976.80 0.58 78.00

2705.20 424.61 511.04 1374.37 0.00 70.49

6.84 449.06 5236.58 151.86 0.00 0.92 3269.95 542.12 120.60 1096.72 0.00 0.00 54.41 7177.77 4.98 1934.28 1380.35 553.93 47.04 0.00 1986.30 9164.07 42703.58

63.60 225.59 8458.13 265.68 0.00 0.14 6519.86 392.70 111.82 1077.36 0.00 0.00 90.57 10498.14 3.71 2604.91 2045.86 559.05 71.66 0.00 2680.28 13178.42 51919.88

116.09 236.67 6330.10 291.10 0.00 0.00 3687.87 511.72 58.06 1591.63 0.00 0.00 189.72 8389.74 7.37 3245.07 2681.26 563.81 77.23 0.00 3329.67 11719.41 60357.68

111.05 213.64 7598.87 356.65 0.00 0.00 3624.01 994.51 552.64 1815.92 0.00 0.00 255.14 10304.07 6.63 3817.53 3194.20 623.33 60.83 0.00 3884.99 14189.06 71629.08

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STATISTICAL STATEMENTS 17.4 INCOME TAX STATISTICS - GUJARAT STATE Sr. No. 1 I Particulars 2 Year 2007-08 3 2008-09 4 2009-10 5 2010-11 6

Number of Effective Assessees on Record in Gujarat Region 1. Company 2. Individual 3. Hindu Undivided Families 4. Firms 5. Trusts 6. Others Total - I 23038 2439613 91495 144721 14558 9826 2723251 23397 2565058 102511 159001 13192 11345 2874504 24446 2756408 113890 163928 13310 11968 3083950 24894 2876849 121476 170240 13453 12025 3218937 (Rs. In Crore) 6284.25 5294.58 70.77 11649.60 6764.80 5881.00 49.00 12694.80 9044.40 6060.50 135.30 15240.20 11024.90 6727.00 30.30 17782.20

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Net Collections of Gujarat Region 1. Corporate Tax 2. Income Tax 3. Other Taxes Total - II

Source : Chief Commissioner of Income Tax, Ahmedabad.

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18.1 ELEVENTH FIVE YEAR PLAN (2007-12) OUTLAY AND OUTLAY & EXPENDITURE FOR THE ANNUAL PLANS BY HEDADS OF DEVELOPMENT (Rs. in Lakh) Annual Plan 20011-12) Outlay 12 257797.27 108544.03 618508.97 196991.00 104582.00 260850.22 17989.46 10896.80 71233.14 1028027.82 2115.43 5999.29 1712.66 11612.00 62960.21 319800.00 34119.88 33409.00 91666.50 334328.42 89885.20 342587.00 29113.49 20275.10 85988.76 155710.81 932756.80 201901.00 118158.17 371076.52 50506.67 37811.68 154027.42 938858.50 1299357.16 1159397.76 1502400.64 718.14 13214.00 2481.22 14200.00 3982.87 9558.66 2958.02 14895.00 Annual Plan (2007-08) Outlay 4 91817.00 50247.28 475449.00 61328.00 52115.00 152627.00 2800.00 10401.00 33469.00 667605.00 1073.00 1068.72 1900.43 688.68 3606.13 13127.00 679338.56 885616.35 35313.69 49764.87 40743.83 821395.73 7024.45 9585.00 8147.86 1447.91 3100.00 3214.22 118304.14 185670.00 168326.06 217925.00 22725.50 11700.00 42825.23 77266.00 63456.51 75224.20 63672.32 83050.00 80212.15 93550.00 96517.18 77599.19 481453.30 560520.00 787241.90 557020.00 574691.84 47021.53 68208.65 56690.53 84683.68 83449.95 130093.24 567020.00 89057.06 160486.00 138824.49 174586.00 178401.00 206280.00 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 207534.98 Expenditure Outlay Expenditure Outlay Expenditure Outlay Expenditure Annual Plan (2008-09) Annual Plan (2009-10) Annual Plan (2010-11)

S-92 2350000.00 2316146.49 3000000.00 3009705.24 3800000.00

Sr. No.

Major Heads of Development

Eleventh Plan (2007-12) Outlay (Tentive)

1

2

3

1

Agriculture & Allied Services

831558.57

2

Rural Development

344303.73

3

Irrigation & Flood Control

2952807.64

4

Energy

442426.18

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Industry & Minerals

406671.68

6

Transport

1004625.78

7

Communication

17025.22

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8

Science, Technology & Environment

54384.44

9

General Economic Services

262968.55

10 Social Services

4715074.09

11 General Services

17703.31

12 Border Area Development Programme

61550.81

Grand Total

11111100.00 1600000.00 1568047.30 2100000.00 2176368.00

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Source: General Administration Department (Planning), Government of Gujarat, Gandhinagar.

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