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HANDBOOK OF STATISTICS

ON THE
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public finances, foreign trade, balance of payments and select socio-economic indicators,
which are released at various frequencies.
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Contents
Table
No.

1
2
3
3 (A)
4
Current Prices)
5
Constant Prices)
6

8
(At Current Prices)
9
(At Constant Prices)
10
11
(At Current Prices)
12
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Table
No.
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III
Table
No.
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(Outstanding)
49
50
51
posits
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54

55
Short-Term
56
Long-Term
57
58
59

60

61

62
Outstanding
63

64
Group-Wise
65

66

67
Outstanding
68
69
IV
Table
No.
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90

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V
Table
No.
96
97
98
99
Capitalisation
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
Central Government
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
ments
117
118
119
curities
120
121
122

123
standing as at end-March)
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Table
No.
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125
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128
129
130
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132
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134
135
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139
140
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VII

Table
No.
149
150
151
152
153
US Dollar
154
- Rupees
155
156
157
158
159
160
India
161
162
163
Employed by Broad Groups of Industry for Various Rounds

PART II : QUARTERLY/ MONTHLY SERIES


OUTPUT AND PRICES
Quarterly Estimates of Gross Domestic Product at Factor Cost
164
(At Current Prices) New Series (Base : 2004-05)
Quarterly Estimates of Gross Domestic Product At Market Prices
164 (a)
(At Current Prices) New Series (Base : 2004-05)
Quarterly Estimates of Gross Domestic Product at Factor Cost
165
(At Constant Prices) New Series (Base : 2004-05)
Quarterly Estimates of Gross Domestic Product At Market Prices
165 (a)
(At Constant Prices) New Series (Base : 2004-05)
Sector-Wise Index Numbers of Industrial Production (Base :
166
2004-05 = 100)
Index Numbers of Seventeen Major Industry Groups of the
167
Manufacturing Sector (Base : 2004-05 = 100)

VIII
Table
No.
168
169
170
171

172
173
174
174 (a)
174 (b)
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182

183

184
185
186
187

188

189
190
191
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Table

No.
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193
194
195
196
197
198

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200
201

202

203
during the Month)
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
Banks
212
213
214
215
216
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Table
No.
217
218

219
220
221
222

223

224

225

226

227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234

235

236

237
238
239
240
241
242
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PART V : EXPLANATORY NOTES


Notes on Tables

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1 Billion = 100 Crore,

PART I
ANNUAL SERIES
NATIONAL INCOME,
SAVING AND EMPLOYMENT
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TABLE 1 : MACRO-ECONOMIC AGGREGATES


(At Current Prices)
(Amount in ` Billion)
Year

1
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79

1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
(Continued)

TABLE 1 : MACRO-ECONOMIC AGGREGATES


(At Current Prices) (Contd.)
(Amount in ` Billion)
Year

1
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57

1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12

2012-13

TABLE 1 : MACRO-ECONOMIC AGGREGATES


(At Current Prices) (Concld.)
(Amount in ` Billion)
Year

1
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
2. Data for 2011-12 are First Revised Estimates.
3. Data for 2010-11 are Second Revised Estimates.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Central Statistics Office (CSO).

TABLE 2 : MACRO-ECONOMIC AGGREGATES


(At Constant Prices)
(` Billion)
Year
1
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69

1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
(Continued)

TABLE 2 : MACRO-ECONOMIC AGGREGATES


(At Constant Prices) (Contd.)
(` Billion)
Year

1
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13

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TABLE 2 : MACRO-ECONOMIC AGGREGATES


(At Constant Prices) (Concld.)
(` Billion)
Year

1
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
2. Data for 2011-12 are First Revised Estimates.
3. Data for 2010-11 are Second Revised Estimates.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Central Statistics Office (CSO).

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TABLE 3 : COMPONENTS OF GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT


(At Factor Cost)
(` Billion)
Year

1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56

1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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

2011-12
2012-13
(Continued)

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TABLE 3 : COMPONENTS OF GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT


(At Factor Cost) (Contd.)
(` Billion)
Year

1
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13

13

TABLE 3 : COMPONENTS OF GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT


(At Factor Cost) (Concld.)
(` Billion)
Year

1
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68

1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Notes
2. Data for 2011-12 are First Revised Estimates.
3. Data for 2010-11 are Second Revised Estimates.
Source : Central Statistics Office (CSO).

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TABLE 3 (a) : COMPONENTS OF GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT


(At Market Prices)

(` Billion)
Year

1
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
(Continued)

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TABLE 3 (a) : COMPONENTS OF GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT


(At Market Prices)
(` Billion)
Year

1
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73

1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note :
2. Data for 2011-12 are First Revised Estimates.
3. Data for 2010-11 are Second Revised Estimates.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Central Statistics Office (CSO).

16

TABLE 4 : NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR COST - STATE-WISE


(At Current Prices)
(` Billion)
Year

1
1983-84
1984-85
1985-86
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
(Continued)

17
TABLE 4 : NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR COST - STATE-WISE
(At Current Prices) (Contd.)
(` Billion)
Year
1
1983-84
1984-85

1985-86
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14

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TABLE 4 : NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR COST - STATE-WISE
(At Current Prices) (Concld.)
(` Billion)
Year

1
1983-84
1984-85
1985-86
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1990-91

1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note
Source : Central Statistics Office (CSO) website as on 01.03.2013.

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TABLE 5 : NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR COST - STATE-WISE


(At Constant Prices)
(` Billion)
Year
1
1983-84
1984-85
1985-86
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93
1993-94

1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
(Continued)

20
TABLE 5 : NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR COST - STATE-WISE
(At Constant Prices) (Contd.)
(` Billion)
Year
1
1983-84
1984-85
1985-86
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97

1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14

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TABLE 5 : NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR COST - STATE-WISE
(At Constant Prices) (Concld.)
(` Billion)
Year

1
1983-84
1984-85
1985-86
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
1999-00

2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note
Source : Central Statistics Office (CSO) website as on 01.03.2013.

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TABLE 6 : COMPONENTS OF NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR


COST BY INDUSTRY OF ORIGIN (At Current Prices)
(Base : 2004-2005)
(` Billion)
State/ Union
Territory /
Year

1
ANDHRA PRADESH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
ARUNACHAL PRADESH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
ASSAM
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10

2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
BIHAR
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
CHHATTISGARH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
GOA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
(Continued)

23

TABLE 6 : COMPONENTS OF NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR


COST BY INDUSTRY OF ORIGIN (At Current Prices)
(Base : 2004-2005) (Contd.)
(` Billion)
State/ Union
Territory /
Year

1
ANDHRA PRADESH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
ARUNACHAL PRADESH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11

2011-12
2012-13
ASSAM
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
BIHAR
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
CHHATTISGARH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
GOA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13

24

TABLE 6 : COMPONENTS OF NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR


COST BY INDUSTRY OF ORIGIN (At Current Prices)
(Base : 2004-2005) (Contd.)
(` Billion)
State/ Union
Territory /
Year

1
GUJARAT
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
HARYANA

2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
HIMACHAL PRADESH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
JAMMU & KASHMIR
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
JHARKHAND
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
KARNATAKA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13

25

TABLE 6 : COMPONENTS OF NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR


COST BY INDUSTRY OF ORIGIN (At Current Prices)
(Base : 2004-2005) (Contd.)
(` Billion)
State/ Union
Territory /
Year

1
GUJARAT
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10

2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
HARYANA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
HIMACHAL PRADESH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
JAMMU & KASHMIR
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
JHARKHAND
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
KARNATAKA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13

26

TABLE 6 : COMPONENTS OF NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR


COST BY INDUSTRY OF ORIGIN (At Current Prices)
(Base : 2004-2005) (Contd.)
(` Billion)
State/ Union
Territory / Year

KERALA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
MADHYA PRADESH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
MAHARASHTRA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
MANIPUR
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
MEGHALAYA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
MIZORAM
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
NAGALAND
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13

27

TABLE 6 : COMPONENTS OF NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR


COST BY INDUSTRY OF ORIGIN (At Current Prices)

(Base : 2004-2005) (Contd.)


(` Billion)
State/ Union
Territory / Year

1
KERALA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
MADHYA PRADESH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
MAHARASHTRA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
MANIPUR
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
MEGHALAYA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
MIZORAM
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
NAGALAND
2007-08

2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13

28

TABLE 6 : COMPONENTS OF NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR


COST BY INDUSTRY OF ORIGIN (At Current Prices)
(Base : 2004-2005) (Contd.)
(` Billion)
State/ Union
Territory /
Year

1
ORISSA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
PUNJAB
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
RAJASTHAN
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
SIKKIM
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
TAMIL NADU
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11

2011-12
2012-13
TRIPURA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
UTTAR PRADESH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13

29

TABLE 6 : COMPONENTS OF NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR


COST BY INDUSTRY OF ORIGIN (At Current Prices)
(Base : 2004-2005) (Contd.)
(` Billion)
State/ Union
Territory /
Year

1
ORISSA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
PUNJAB
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
RAJASTHAN
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
SIKKIM

2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
TAMIL NADU
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
TRIPURA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
UTTAR PRADESH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13

30

TABLE 6 : COMPONENTS OF NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR


COST BY INDUSTRY OF ORIGIN (At Current Prices)
(Base : 2004-2005) (Contd.)
(` Billion)
State/ Union
Territory / Year

1
UTTARAKHAND
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
WEST BENGAL
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10

2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
CHANDIGARH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
DELHI
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
PUDUCHERRY
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13

31

TABLE 6 : COMPONENTS OF NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR


COST BY INDUSTRY OF ORIGIN (At Current Prices)
(Base : 2004-2005) (Concld.)
(` Billion)
State/ Union
Territory / Year

1
UTTARAKHAND
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
WEST BENGAL

2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
CHANDIGARH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
DELHI
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
PUDUCHERRY
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
Note
Source : Central Statistics Office (CSO) website as on 27.02.2013.

32

TABLE 7 : COMPONENTS OF NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR


COST BY INDUSTRY OF ORIGIN (At Constant Prices)
(Base : 2004-2005)
(` Billion)
State/ Union
Territory /
Year

1
ANDHRA PRADESH
2007-08

2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
ARUNACHAL PRADESH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
ASSAM
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
BIHAR
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
CHHATTISGARH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
GOA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
(Continued)

33

TABLE 7 : COMPONENTS OF NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR


COST BY INDUSTRY OF ORIGIN (At Constant Prices)
(Base : 2004-2005) (Contd.)
(` Billion)
State/ Union
Territory /
Year

1
ANDHRA PRADESH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
ARUNACHAL PRADESH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
ASSAM
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
BIHAR
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
CHHATTISGARH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
GOA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13

34

TABLE 7 : COMPONENTS OF NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR


COST BY INDUSTRY OF ORIGIN (At Constant Prices)
(Base : 2004-2005) (Contd.)
(` Billion)

State/ Union
Territory /
Year

1
GUJARAT
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
HARYANA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
HIMACHAL PRADESH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
JAMMU & KASHMIR
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
JHARKHAND
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
KARNATAKA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13

35

TABLE 7 : COMPONENTS OF NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR


COST BY INDUSTRY OF ORIGIN (At Constant Prices)

(Base : 2004-2005) (Contd.)


(` Billion)
State/ Union Territory /
Year

1
GUJARAT
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
HARYANA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
HIMACHAL PRADESH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
JAMMU & KASHMIR
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
JHARKHAND
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
KARNATAKA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13

36

TABLE 7 : COMPONENTS OF NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR


COST BY INDUSTRY OF ORIGIN (At Constant Prices)
(Base : 2004-2005) (Contd.)
(` Billion)
State/ Union
Territory / Year

1
KERALA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
MADHYA PRADESH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
MAHARASHTRA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
MANIPUR
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
MEGHALAYA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
MIZORAM
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12

2012-13
NAGALAND
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13

37

TABLE 7 : COMPONENTS OF NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR


COST BY INDUSTRY OF ORIGIN (At Constant Prices)
(Base : 2004-2005) (Contd.)
(` Billion)
State/ Union
Territory / Year

1
KERALA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
MADHYA PRADESH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
MAHARASHTRA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
MANIPUR
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
MEGHALAYA
2007-08

2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
MIZORAM
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
NAGALAND
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13

38

TABLE 7 : COMPONENTS OF NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR


COST BY INDUSTRY OF ORIGIN (At Constant Prices)
(Base : 2004-2005) (Contd.)
(` Billion)
State/ Union
Territory /
Year

1
ORISSA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
PUNJAB
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
RAJASTHAN
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12

2012-13
SIKKIM
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
TAMIL NADU
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
TRIPURA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
UTTAR PRADESH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13

39

TABLE 7 : COMPONENTS OF NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR


COST BY INDUSTRY OF ORIGIN (At Constant Prices)
(Base : 2004-2005) (Contd.)
(` Billion)
State/ Union
Territory /
Year

1
ORISSA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
PUNJAB
2007-08

2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
RAJASTHAN
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
SIKKIM
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
TAMIL NADU
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
TRIPURA
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
UTTAR PRADESH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13

40

TABLE 7 : COMPONENTS OF NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR


COST BY INDUSTRY OF ORIGIN (At Constant Prices)
(Base : 2004-2005) (Contd.)
(` Billion)
State/ Union
Territory / Year
Agriculture

1
UTTARAKHAND
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
WEST BENGAL
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
CHANDIGARH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
DELHI
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
PUDUCHERRY
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13

41

TABLE 7 : COMPONENTS OF NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR


COST BY INDUSTRY OF ORIGIN (At Constant Prices)
(Base : 2004-2005) (Concld.)
(` Billion)
State/ Union
Territory / Year

1
UTTARAKHAND
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
WEST BENGAL
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
CHANDIGARH
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
DELHI
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
PUDUCHERRY
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
Note
Source : Central Statistics Office (CSO) website as on 27.02.2013.

42
TABLE 8 : PER CAPITA NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR COST - STATE-WISE
(At Current Prices)

(`)
State /
Union
Territory
1
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
(Continued)

43
TABLE 8 : PER CAPITA NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR COST - STATE-WISE
(At Current Prices) (Contd.)
(`)
State /
Union
Territory
1
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00

1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14

44
TABLE 8 : PER CAPITA NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR COST - STATE-WISE
(At Current Prices) (Concld.)
(`)
State /
Union
Territory
1
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12

2012-13
2013-14
Note
Source :

45
TABLE 9 : PER CAPITA NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR COST - STATE-WISE
(At Constant Prices)
(`)
State /
Union
Territory
1
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
(Continued)

46
TABLE 9 : PER CAPITA NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR COST - STATE-WISE
(At Constant Prices) (Contd.)
(`)
State /
Union
Territory

1
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14

47

TABLE 9 : PER CAPITA NET STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT FACTOR COST - STATE-WISE
(At Constant Prices) (Concld.)
(`)
State /
Union
Territory
1
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04

2004-05
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note
Source :

48

TABLE 10 : SECTOR-WISE DOMESTIC SAVINGS


(At Current Prices) (Base Year: 2004-05)
(` Billion)
Year

1
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75

1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
Note
2. Data for 2011-12 are based on Quick Estimate.
Source : Central Statistics Office (CSO).

49

TABLE 11: CHANGES IN FINANCIAL ASSETS / LIABILITIES OF THE HOUSEHOLD SECTOR


(At Current Prices)
(` Billion)
Year

1
1972-73
1973-74

1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
(Continued)

50

TABLE 11: CHANGES IN FINANCIAL ASSETS / LIABILITIES OF THE HOUSEHOLD SECTOR


(At Current Prices) (Concld.)
(` Billion)
Year

1
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75

1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note : 1. Data for 2011-12 and 2012-13 are provisional.
2. Data for 2012-13 data is based on preliminary estimates.
3. Deposits with co-operative non-credit societies are included in bank deposits up to 1999-00.Since 2000-01,these deposits are
included in non-banking deposits.
4. Life Insurance Fund includes State/Central Government and postal insurance funds.
5. Non banking Deposits owing to changes in coverage of non-banking deposits, data prior to 1997-98 are not strictly comparable with those of 1997-98
and onwards.
6. Shares and Debentures include investment in shares and debentures of credit / non-credit societies, public sector bonds and investment in mutual funds
(other than UTI).
7. Units of UTI Since 2005-06, the data shown under 'Units of UTI' pertain to Administrator of the Specified Undertaking of the UTI. The UTI Mutual Fund is
included in 'Shares and Debentures'.
8. The sum of componenets of changes in financial assets do not add up to the total due to rounding off.
Also see Notes on Tables.

51

TABLE 12 : GROSS / NET DOMESTIC CAPITAL FORMATION

(At Current Prices) (Base Year : 2004-05)


(` Billion)
Year

1
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
Note
2. Data for 2011-12 are First Revised Estimates.
3. Data for 2010-11 are Second Revised Estimates.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Central Statistics Office (CSO).

52

TABLE 13 : SECTOR-WISE GROSS CAPITAL FORMATION


(Base Year : 2004-05)
(` Billion)
Year

1
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75

1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
Note

Source :

53

TABLE 14 : EMPLOYMENT IN PUBLIC AND ORGANISED PRIVATE SECTORS


(In Million)

Year

1
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77

1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
Note
Also See Notes on Tables.
Source : Directorate General of Employment and Training. Ministry of Labour & Employment, Government of India.

OUTPUT AND PRICES


57

TABLE 15 : INDEX NUMBERS OF AREA, PRODUCTION AND YIELD OF FOODGRAINS,


NON-FOODGRAINS AND ALL CROPS IN INDIA
Year
1
Weights
Trienn 1993-94
1994-95
1995-96

1996-97
1997-98

M
1998-99
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
Weights
Trienn 2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
A : Area
Notes
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India.

58

TABLE 16 : INDEX NUMBERS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION MAJOR CROPS


Year

1
Weights

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
Weights

2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
(Continued)

59

TABLE 16 : INDEX NUMBERS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION MAJOR CROPS (Concld.)


Year

1
Weights
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
Weights
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
Notes
2. Oilseed data comprises of total for nine oilseeds out of the eleven in all.
3. -: Not Available.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India.

60

TABLE 17 : AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION - FOODGRAINS

( Million tonnes)
Year

1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India.

61

TABLE 18 : AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION - MAJOR COMMERCIAL CROPS


(Million tonnes)
Year

1
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
2. Data for 1956-57 to 1969-70 relate to total five major oilseeds viz., groundnut, castorseed, sesamum, rapeseed and mustard, and linseed.
3. Oilseed data comprises total for nine oilseeds out of the eleven in all.
4. Coffee and Tea data measured in million kg.
5. Cotton data measured in million bales of 170 kg each.
6. Raw jute and the mesta data measured in million bales of 180 kg each.
7. - : Not Available.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India, Coffee Board of India, Tea Board of India.

62

TABLE 19 : AREA UNDER CULTIVATION - FOODGRAINS


(Million hectares)
Year

1
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62

1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
Source :

63

TABLE 20 : AREA UNDER CULTIVATION - MAJOR COMMERCIAL CROPS


(Million hectares)
Year

1
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
2. Data for 1953-54 to 1969-70 relate to total of five major oilseeds,viz., groundnut, castorseed, sesamum, rapeseed and
mustard, and linseed.
3. Data for 1950-51 and 1951-52 under the head Raw Jute & Mesta.
4. Oilseed data comprises total for nine oilseeds out of the eleven in all.
5. -: Not Available.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India.

64

TABLE 21 : YIELD PER HECTARE - FOODGRAINS


(Kg / hectare)
Year

1
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77

1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India.

65

TABLE 22 : YIELD PER HECTARE - MAJOR COMMERCIAL CROPS


(Kg / hectare)
Year

1
1952-53

1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
2. Data for 1950-51 to 1969-70 relate to total of five major oilseeds,viz., groundnut, castorseed, sesamum, rapeseed and
mustard, and linseed.
3. Data for 1950-51 and 1951-52 relate to Jute crop only.
4. Oilseed data comprises total for nine oilseeds out of the eleven in all.
5. -: Not Available.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India.

66

TABLE 23 : STATE-WISE PRODUCTION OF FOODGRAIN AND


MAJOR NON-FOODGRAIN CROPS
(Thousand tonnes)
State / Union
Territory
1
1. Andhra
Pradesh

2. Arunachal
Pradesh

3. Assam
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

(Continued)

67

TABLE 23 : STATE-WISE PRODUCTION OF FOODGRAIN AND MAJOR


NON-FOODGRAIN CROPS (Contd.)
(Thousand tonnes)
State / Union
Territory
1
4. Bihar
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

5. Chhattisgarh

6. Goa
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

7. Gujarat

68

TABLE 23 : STATE-WISE PRODUCTION OF FOODGRAIN AND MAJOR


NON-FOODGRAIN CROPS (Contd.)
(Thousand tonnes)
State / Union
Territory
1
8. Haryana

9. Himachal
Pradesh

10. Jammu &


Kashmir

69

TABLE 23 : STATE-WISE PRODUCTION OF FOODGRAIN AND MAJOR


NON-FOODGRAIN CROPS (Contd.)
(Thousand tonnes)
State / Union
Territory
1
11. Jharkhand

12. Karnataka

13. Kerala

14. Madhya
Pradesh
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

70

TABLE 23 : STATE-WISE PRODUCTION OF FOODGRAIN AND MAJOR


NON-FOODGRAIN CROPS (Contd.)
(Thousand tonnes)
State / Union
Territory
1
15. Maharashtra

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
16. Manipur

17. Meghalaya

71

TABLE 23 : STATE-WISE PRODUCTION OF FOODGRAIN AND MAJOR


NON-FOODGRAIN CROPS (Contd.)
(Thousand tonnes)
State / Union
Territory
1
18. Mizoram

19. Nagaland

20. Orissa

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
2012-13

72

TABLE 23 : STATE-WISE PRODUCTION OF FOODGRAIN AND MAJOR


NON-FOODGRAIN CROPS (Contd.)
(Thousand tonnes)
State / Union
Territory
1
21. Punjab

22. Rajasthan
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

23. Sikkim

73

TABLE 23 : STATE-WISE PRODUCTION OF FOODGRAIN AND MAJOR


NON-FOODGRAIN CROPS (Contd.)
(Thousand tonnes)

State / Union
Territory
1
24. Tamil Nadu

25. Tripura

26. Uttar Pradesh

74

TABLE 23 : STATE-WISE PRODUCTION OF FOODGRAIN AND MAJOR


NON-FOODGRAIN CROPS (Contd.)
(Thousand tonnes)
State / Union
Territory
1
27. Uttarakhand

28. West Bengal

All States

75

TABLE 23 : STATE-WISE PRODUCTION OF FOODGRAIN AND MAJOR


NON-FOODGRAIN CROPS (Concld.)
(Thousand tonnes)
State / Union
Territory
1
Union Territories

All India

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
2012-13
Note :
2. Cotton data measured in thousand bales of 170 kg each.
3. Jute and Mesta data measured in thousand bales of 180 kg each.
4. All India data are inclusive of Union Territories.
5. The States of Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Uttarakhand were carved out of Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh,
respectively during 2000-01.The production figures of Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh for the period 1980-81
to 1999-2000 refer to those of the undivided States.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Agricultural Statistics at a Glance, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India.

76

TABLE 24 : PATTERN OF LAND USE AND SELECT INPUTS FOR


AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION
( Area in million hectares)
Year

1
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65

1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12

Note
3. -: Not Available.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India.

77

TABLE 25 : MINIMUM SUPPORT PRICE FOR FOODGRAINS


ACCORDING TO CROP YEAR (Fair Average Quality)
(` per quintal)
Year
1

1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Notes
common and Grade A, as against the earlier three categories of common, fine and super fine.
2. Wheat prices for 1992-93 and 1993-94, include a Central bonus of ` 25 per quintal.
3. Wheat price for 2006-07 and Paddy common for year 2007-08 include an additional incentive bonus of
` 100 per quintal is payable over the MSP.
4. Wheat prices for 1996-97 includes a Central bonus of ` 60 per quintal payable up to June 30, 1997.
5. Wheat prices for 2005-06 and 2010-11 include a bonus of ` 50 per quintal payable over the MSP.
6. Paddy common for 2006-07 include an additional incentive bonus of ` 40 per quintal on procurement
between October 1, 2006 to March 31, 2007.
7. Arhar, Moong and Urad for 2007-08 includes a bonus of ` 40 per quintal payable over and above the

MSP.
8. An additional incentive bonus of ` 50 per quintal over the MSP included for paddy common for the years
2008-09 and 2009-10.
9. For Arhar, Moong and Urad for 2010-11 and 2011-12 an additional incentive at the rate of ` 500 per
quintal payable during the harvest/arrival period of two months is included.
Also See Notes on Tables.
Source
2. Commission on Agriculture Costs & Prices (CACP).

78

TABLE 26 : MINIMUM SUPPORT PRICE FOR NON-FOODGRAINS


ACCORDING TO CROP YEAR (Fair Average Quality)
(` per quintal)
Year
1

1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note

proportionate premium for every 0.1 per cent increase in recovery above that level. The SMP for 2002-03 includes the one
time drought relief.
2. Minimum Support Price (MSP) of cotton for H-4.
3. Cotton for 2006-07 and onwards is long Staple .
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source
2. Economic Survey 2011-12, Government of India.

79

TABLE 27 : PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM - PROCUREMENT,


OFF-TAKE AND STOCKS
(Million tonnes)
Year

1
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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

2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note :
2. Procurement for 2013-14 is for April-July 15, 2013; Off-take for April-June 2013 and Stocks at end-August 2013.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Ministry of Food, Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution, Government of India.

80

TABLE 28 : INDEX NUMBERS OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION


Year
1
Weight
1981-82
1982-83
1983-84
1984-85
1985-86
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
Weight
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
Weight
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13

Source

81

TABLE 29 : INDEX NUMBERS OF TWENTY TWO MAJOR INDUSTRY


GROUPS OF MANUFACTURING SECTOR
(Base : 2004-05 = 100)
Industry group
1
1. Food products and
beverages
2. Tobacco products
3. Textiles
4. Wearing apparel, dressing
and dyeing of fur
5. Luggage, handbags,
saddlery, harness &
footwear, tanning and
dressing of leather
products
6. Wood and products of
wood & cork except
furniture, articles of straw
& plating materials
7. Paper and paper products
8. Publishing, printing &
reproduction of recorded
media
9. Coke, refined petroleum
products & nuclear fuel
10. Chemicals and chemical
products
11. Rubber and plastics
products
12. Other non-metallic
mineral products
13. Basic metals
14. Fabricated metal
products, except
machinery & equipment
15. Machinery and equipment
n.e.c.
16. Office, accounting &
computing machinery
17. Electrical machinery &
apparatus n.e.c.
18. Radio, TV and
communication equipment
& apparatus
19. Medical, precision &
optical instruments,

watches and clocks


20. Motor vehicles, trailers &
semi-trailers
21. Other transport equipment
22. Furniture, manufacturing
n.e.c.
Manufacturing Index
See Notes on Tables.
Source

82

TABLE 30 : INDEX NUMBERS OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION USE-BASED CLASSIFICATION


Year

1
Weight

1981-82
1982-83
1983-84
1984-85
1985-86
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
Weight

1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
Weight

2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11

2011-12
2012-13
See Notes on Tables.
Source

83

TABLE 31 : INDEX NUMBERS OF INFRASTRUCTURE INDUSTRIES


Base Year : 1993-94 = 100
Year

1
Weight
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
Year

1
Weight
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
Note
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India for base 1993-94 = 100 and base 2004-05 = 100.

84

TABLE 32 : ANNUAL INDICES OF SELECT ITEMS


(Base : 2004-05 = 100)
Industry
1
I. Basic goods industries

1. Electricity
2. Cement, all kinds
3. Steel casting
4. Stamping and forgings
5. Caustic soda
6. Copper metal (cathode)
7. Diesel, high speed
8. H R coils/skelp
9. Plates
10. Sponge iron
11. Bars and rods
12. Carbon steel
13. Urea
14. Stainless/alloy steel
15. Ferro manganese
II. Capital goods industries
16. Commercial vehicles
17. Textile machinery
18. Ship building and repairing
19. Complete tractors
20. Boilers
21. Three-wheelers (including
passenger & goods carrier)
22. Refractory bricks
23. Grinding wheels
24. Engines incl.Interanl combustion
and diesel engine
25. Plastic machinery incl. moulding
machinery
26. Transformers (small)
27. Computers
28. Earth moving machinery
29. Relays, fuses and switchgears
30. Conductor, aluminium
(Continued)

85

TABLE 32 : ANNUAL INDICES OF SELECT ITEMS (Concld.)


(Base : 2004-05 = 100)
Industry
1
III. Intermediate goods industries
31. Cotton yarn
32. Tin containers
33. Gas, liquified petroleum
34. Non-cotton yarn
35. Fasteners (high tensile)/bolts & nuts
36. Petrol (motor spirit)
37. Synthetic yarn
38. Steel structures
39. Naphtha

40. Block board


IV. Consumer goods industries
41. Cotton cloth
42. Sugar
43. Tea
44. Maida
45. Cigarettes
46. Beer
47. Edible hydrogenated oil
48. Antibiotics and its preparations
49. Apparels
50. Passenger cars
51. Gems and jewellery
52. Newspapers
53. Motor cycles
Note :
2. Production data is based on the information received from the source
Source : Central Statistics Office (CSO), Government of India.

86

TABLE 33: ANNUAL SURVEY OF INDUSTRIES PRINCIPAL CHARACTERISTICS


(Value in ` Billion, Man days in Thousand and Others in Number)
Industry Characteristics
1
1. Number of factories
2. Fixed capital
3. Working capital
4. Invested capital
5. Outstanding loans
6. Number of workers
7. Mandays-workers
8. Number of employees
9. Mandays-employees
10. Total persons engaged
11. Wages to workers
12. Total emoluments
13. Provident & other funds
14. Workmen & staff welfare
expenses
15. Fuels consumed
16. Material consumed
17. Total inputs
18. Products and by-products
19. Value of output
20. Depreciation
21. Net value added
22. Rent paid
23. Interest paid
24. Net income

25. Net fixed capital


formation
26. Gross fixed capital
formation
27. Addition in stock of
(i) Material, fuels, etc
(ii) Semi finished goods
(iii) Finished goods
(iv) Total
28. Gross capital formation
29. Profits
Source : Annual Survey of Industries, Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, Government of India

87

TABLE 34 : PRODUCTION AND IMPORTS OF CRUDE OIL AND


PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
(Million tonnes)
Year

1
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
POL : Petroleum, oil and lubricants.
Note
Source

88

TABLE 35: PERFORMANCE OF SSI SECTOR


Year

1
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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 #
2011-12 #
Note :
& warehousing (except cold storage) for which data were extracted from Economic Census 2005, Central Statistics Office,
MoSPI.
2. * is estimated on the basis of per enterprises value obtained from sample survey of unregistered sector for activities
wholesale/retail trade, legal, education & social services, hotel & restaurants, transports and storage & warehousing
(except cold storage) which were excluded from Fourth All India Census of MSME, unregistered sector.
3. # indicates projected figures.
4. The data for the period up to 2005-06 is of Small Scale Industries (SSI). Subsequent to 2005-06, data with reference to
Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) are being compiled.
5. For column 3, since 2001-02, production figures are at 2001-02 prices.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source

89
TABLE 36 : POSITION OF SICK SSI UNITS AND SICK/WEAK NON-SSI UNITS FINANCED BY
SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS
(Amount in ` Billion)
Year
(endMarch)
1
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008 #
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Note
2. 1989 data relate to end-September.
3. SSI stands for Small Scale Industry.
4. O/S stands for Outstanding.
5. # : The data for the period up to 2007 is of Small Scale Industries (SSI). Subsequent to 2007, data with reference to Micro and Small

Enterprises (MSEs) are being compiled.


6. Data for 2013 are provisional.
7. * : The definition of sickness was revised with effect from November 01, 2012. For details refer the Notes on Tables.

90

TABLE 37 : IMPLEMENTATION OF CENTRAL SECTOR PROJECTS - STATUS


(End-March)
(Number of projects)
Sector/Year

1
1. Atomic energy
a) Ahead
b) On Schedule
c) Delayed
d) Without D.O.C.
2. Civil aviation
a) Ahead
b) On Schedule
c) Delayed
d) Without D.O.C.
3. Coal
a) Ahead
b) On Schedule
c) Delayed
d) Without D.O.C.
4. Finance
a) Ahead
b) On Schedule
c) Delayed
d) Without D.O.C.
5. Fertilisers
a) Ahead
b) On Schedule
c) Delayed
d) Without D.O.C.
6. Mines
a) Ahead
b) On Schedule
c) Delayed
d) Without D.O.C.
7. Steel
a) Ahead
b) On Schedule
c) Delayed
d) Without D.O.C.
8. Petro-chemicals
a) Ahead
b) On Schedule
c) Delayed
d) Without D.O.C.
9. Petroleum
a) Ahead

b) On Schedule
c) Delayed
d) Without D.O.C.
(Continued)

91

TABLE 37 : IMPLEMENTATION OF CENTRAL SECTOR PROJECTS - STATUS


(End-March) (Concld.)
(Number of projects)
Sector
1
10. Power
a) Ahead
b) On Schedule
c) Delayed
d) Without D.O.C.
11. Railways
a) Ahead
b) On Schedule
c) Delayed
d) Without D.O.C.
12. Surface transport
a) Ahead
b) On Schedule
c) Delayed
d) Without D.O.C.
13. Telecommunication
a) Ahead
b) On Schedule
c) Delayed
d) Without D.O.C.
14. Health & family welfare
a) Ahead
b) On Schedule
c) Delayed
d) Without D.O.C.
15. Urban development
a) Ahead
b) On Schedule
c) Delayed
d) Without D.O.C.
16. Others
a) Ahead
b) On Schedule
c) Delayed
d) Without D.O.C.
Total
a) Ahead
b) On Schedule
c) Delayed
d) Without D.O.C.

Note :
2. For some delayed projects, information about the delay is not available, but they have date of commissioning.
3. Data relate to central sector projects costing ` 1 billion and above up to 2010. From 2011 onwards data pertain to
projects costing ` 1.5 billion and above.
4. Delay is considered with reference to anticipated date of commissioning up to 2010. From 2011 onwards project is
considered with reference to the original schedule of the projects..
Source : Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, Government of India.

92

TABLE 38 : SECTOR-WISE COST OVERRUN OF DELAYED CENTRAL


SECTOR PROJECTS (End-March)
(` Billion)
Sector / Year
1
1. Atomic energy
a) Number of projects
b) Original estimate
c) Now anticipated
d) Cost overrun
2. Civil aviation
a) Number of projects
b) Original estimate
c) Now anticipated
d) Cost overrun
3. Coal
a) Number of projects
b) Original estimate
c) Now anticipated
d) Cost overrun
4. Finance
a) Number of projects
b) Original estimate
c) Now anticipated
d) Cost overrun
5. Fertilisers
a) Number of projects
b) Original estimate
c) Now anticipated
d) Cost overrun
6. Mines
a) Number of projects
b) Original estimate
c) Now anticipated
d) Cost overrun
7. Steel
a) Number of projects
b) Original estimate
c) Now anticipated
d) Cost overrun
8. Petro-chemicals

a) Number of projects
b) Original estimate
c) Now anticipated
d) Cost overrun
9. Petroleum
a) Number of projects
b) Original estimate
c) Now anticipated
d) Cost overrun
(Continued)

93

TABLE 38 : SECTOR-WISE COST OVERRUN OF DELAYED CENTRAL


SECTOR PROJECTS (End-March) (Concld.)
(` Billion)

1
10. Power

c) Now anticipated
d) Cost overrun
11. Railways
a) Number of projects
b) Original estimate
c) Now anticipated
d) Cost overrun
12. Surface transport
a) Number of projects
b) Original estimate
c) Now anticipated
d) Cost overrun
13. Telecommunication
a) Number of projects
b) Original estimate
c) Now anticipated
14. Others

Total

Note
2. Projects without date of commissioning are not considered.
3. Cost overrun is taken as the difference between the 'anticipated cost' and the 'original cost'.

Source : Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, Government of India.

94

TABLE 39 : WHOLESALE PRICE INDEX - ANNUAL AVERAGE


Year

1
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
1983-84
1984-85
1985-86
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
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
2012-13
AC : All commodities
FA : Food articles
F&P : Fuel and power
FA and NF are part of PA.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Office of the Economic Adviser, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India.

95

TABLE 40 : CONSUMER PRICE INDEX - ANNUAL AVERAGE


Year

1
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
1983-84
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
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
IW :
Note :
for the 'General Index' and 4.58 for the 'Food Group'. New CPI was intoduced from January 2011.
Source : 1. Labour Bureau, Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India.
2. Central Statistics Office (CSO), Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, Government of India.

96

TABLE 41 : AVERAGE PRICE OF GOLD AND SILVER IN


DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN MARKETS
Year

1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
India. For the period 2000-01 onwards, the data sources are (i) Business Standard/ Business Line and Economic
Times, Mumbai for gold and silver price in Mumbai and LBMA for gold price in London and (ii) IMF-IFS for silver price in
New York.
2. Data provided in this Table for the period 1970-71 to 1999-2000 and 2000-01 to 2010-11 may not be strictly comparable
due to different sources of information.

MONEY AND BANKING


99

TABLE 42 : RESERVE BANK OF INDIA - LIABILITIES AND ASSETS


(` Billion)
Year
(endMarch)

1
1979
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
2012
2013
(Continued)

100

TABLE 42 : RESERVE BANK OF INDIA - LIABILITIES AND ASSETS (Contd.)


(` Billion)
Year
(endMarch)

1
1979
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
2012
2013

101

TABLE 42 : RESERVE BANK OF INDIA - LIABILITIES AND ASSETS (Concld.)


(` Billion)
Year
(endMarch)

1
1979
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
2012
2013
-665.14
Note
under Market Stabilisation Scheme for 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 respectively.
2. Data in parentheses indicate the value of gold under other assets.
Also see Notes on Tables

102

TABLE 43 : COMPONENTS OF MONEY STOCK


(` Billion)
Year

1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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

2011-12
2012-13
Note : 1. Data for 2012-13 are provisional.
2. Excluding the impact of merger on May 3, 2002, data on time deposits and broad money for the year 2002-03 work out
` 12147.08 billion and ` 16882.89 billion, respectively.
3. Excluding the impact of conversion of a non-banking entity into a banking entity on October 11, 2004, data on time dep
and broad money for the year 2004-05 work out to ` 15923.74 billion and ` 22421.64 billion, respectively.
Also see Notes on Tables

103

TABLE 44 : SOURCES OF MONEY STOCK


(` Billion)
Year

1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
(Continued)

104

TABLE 44 : SOURCES OF MONEY STOCK (Concld.)


(` Billion)
Year

1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note:
2. Data include the impact of merger on May 3, 2002.
3. Excluding the impact of conversion of a non-banking entity into a banking entity on October 11, 2004, data on
"Net Bank Credit to Government" and "Bank Credit to Commercial Sector" for the year 2004-05 worked out to
` 7402.43 billion and ` 12430.30 billion, respectively.
Also see Notes on Tables.

105

TABLE 45 : AVERAGE MONETARY AGGREGATES


(` Billion)
Year

1
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61

1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note : 1. Data for 2012-13 are provisional.
2. Data include the impact of merger in the banking system on May 3, 2002 and conversion of a non-banking entity into a banking entity on October 11, 2004.

Also see Notes on Tables.

106
TABLE 46 : MAJOR MONETARY POLICY RATES AND RESERVE REQUIREMENTS - BANK RATE,
LAF (REPO, REVERSE REPO AND MSF) RATES, CRR & SLR
(Per cent)
Fix Range LAF Rates
Effective Date
1
19-03-1998
28-03-1998
03-04-1998
11-04-1998
29-04-1998
29-08-1998
02-03-1999
13-03-1999
08-05-1999
06-11-1999
20-11-1999
02-04-2000
08-04-2000
22-04-2000
22-07-2000
29-07-2000
12-08-2000
17-02-2001
24-02-2001
02-03-2001
10-03-2001
27-04-2001
30-04-2001
19-05-2001
28-05-2001
07-06-2001
23-10-2001
03-11-2001
29-12-2001
05-03-2002
28-03-2002
15-06-2002
27-06-2002
29-10-2002
12-11-2002
16-11-2002
03-03-2003
07-03-2003
19-03-2003
29-04-2003
14-06-2003
25-08-2003
31-03-2004

18-09-2004
02-10-2004
27-10-2004
29-04-2005
26-10-2005
24-01-2006
08-06-2006
25-07-2006
31-10-2006
23-12-2006
06-01-2007
31-01-2007
17-02-2007
03-03-2007
31-03-2007
14-04-2007
28-04-2007
04-08-2007
10-11-2007
26-04-2008
10-05-2008
24-05-2008
12-06-2008
25-06-2008
05-07-2008
19-07-2008

107
TABLE 46 : MAJOR MONETARY POLICY RATES AND RESERVE REQUIREMENTS - BANK RATE,
LAF (REPO, REVERSE REPO AND MSF) RATES, CRR & SLR- (Concld.)
(Per cent)
Fix Range LAF Rates
Effective Date
1
30-07-2008
30-08-2008
11-10-2008
20-10-2008
25-10-2008
03-11-2008
08-11-2008
08-12-2008
05-01-2009
17-01-2009
05-03-2009
21-04-2009
07-11-2009
13-02-2010
27-02-2010
19-03-2010
20-04-2010
24-04-2010
02-07-2010

27-07-2010
16-09-2010
02-11-2010
18-12-2010
25-01-2011
17-03-2011
03-05-2011
16-06-2011
26-07-2011
16-09-2011
25-10-2011
28-01-2012
13-02-2012
10-03-2012
17-04-2012
11-08-2012
22-09-2012
03-11-2012
29-01-2013
09-02-2013
19-03-2013
03-05-2013
15-07-2013
Note : "-" Indicates No change.
1. Data for cash reserve ratio (CRR) are as percentage of net demand and time liabilities (NDTL) as per Section 42 of the RBI Act, 1934.
2. Till March 29, 1985, banks were required to maintain statutory liquidity ratio (SLR) as a prescribed proportion of demand and time liabilities (DTL) as on
every Friday in the following week on a daily basis. Thereafter, it is being maintained daily on a fortnightly basis as a prescribed portion of NDTL as on
last Friday of second preceding fortnight.
3. Data for CRR for the following period excludes additional reserve requirements or release/ exemption of CRR on incremental NDTL
(i) March 6, 1960 to November 10, 1960, (ii) January 14, 1977 to July 30, 1981; and (iii) November 12, 1983 to April 16, 1993.
4. It was announced that with effect from February 29, 1992, SLR would be based on NDTL as on April 3, 1992. In addition, there will be 30 per cent SLR on
the increase in NDTL over April 3, 1992 level which was continued till January 8, 1993.
5. With effect from October 16, 1993 to October 28, 1994, SLR was applicable on NDTL as on September 17, 1993 which was continued till 16.9.1994.
In addition, there was 25 per cent SLR on the increase in NDTL over September 17, 1993 level which was continued till August 19, 1994.
6. With effect from October 29, 1994, SLR was applicable on NDTL as on September 30, 1994.
In addition, 25 per cent SLR was prescribed on the increase in NDTL over September 30, 1994 level.
7. The Liquidity Adjustment Facility (LAF) system was operating on 'auction based variable rate' during the period from April 27, 2001 to March 28, 2004,
moved to 'fixed rate' mode from March 29, 2004 in terms of circular RBI/115/2004 dated March 25, 2004.
8. In order to improve cash management by banks, effective from the fortnight beginning November 6, 1999, prescribed CRR was required to be maintained
by every scheduled commercial bank based on its NDTL as on the last Friday of the second preceding fortnight. Further, to facilitate banks to tide over
the contingency during the millennium change, it was decided to treat cash in hand maintained by banks for compliance of CRR for a limited period of two
months commencing from December 1, 1999 to January 31, 2000. It was also announced that cash in hand, which was counted for CRR purpose during
the above period, cannot be treated as eligible asset for SLR purpose simultaneously.
9. Scheduled banks were allowed to avail additional liquidity support under the Reserve Banks liquidity adjustment facility (LAF) to the extent of up to one
per cent of their NDTL and seek waiver of penal interest during September 17-November 7, 2008 after which SLR was reduced. Since October 15, 2008,
banks were temporarily allowed to avail additional liquidity support to the extent of 0.5 per cent of their NDTL exclusively for the purpose of meeting the
liquidity requirements of mutual funds and on November 1, 2008, the limit was increased to 1.5 per cent of their NDTL against their liquidity support for
mutual funds and non-banking financial companies.
10. Scheduled banks were allowed to avail additional liquidity support under Reserve Bank's liquidity adjustment facility (LAF) to the extent of up to
0.5 per cent of their NDTL and seek waiver of penal interest during May 28-July 16, 2010 purely as an ad-hoc measure.
11. Till Oct. 28, 2004, nomenclature of Repo indicated absorption of liquidity where Reverse Repo meant injection of liquidity by the Reserve Bank.
However, with effect from 29 October 2004 nomenclature of Repo and Reverse Repo has been interchanged as per international usages. The current
nomenclature is being followed in this Table.
12. Beginning May 03, 2011 the repo rate became the single independently varying policy rate to single the monetary policy stance. The reverse repo rate
continues to be operative but it is now pegged at a fixed 100 basis points below the repo rate and is no longer an independent rate.

13. Marginal Standing Facility (MSF) was introduced in May 2011. Under MSF, SCBs can borrow overnight up to two per cent of their respective NDTL, at a
rate, determined with a spread of 100 basis points above the repo rate.

108

TABLE 47 : SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS - SELECT AGGREGATES


(` Billion)
Year

1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
(Continued)

109

TABLE 47 : SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS - SELECT AGGREGATES (Concld.)


(` Billion)
Year

1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83

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
2011-12
2012-13
Note :
2. Excluding the impact of the merger on May 3, 2002, the time deposits and aggregate desposits figures for 2002-03 were ` 10808.9
Billion and ` 12511.82 Billion, respectively.
3. Excluding the impact of the conversion of a non-banking entity into a banking entity on October 11, 2004, the time deposits,
aggregate desposits, investments in Government securities, investments, non-food credit and bank credit figures for 2004-05
were ` 14486.58 Billion, ` 16966.85 Billion, ` 7067.89 Billion, ` 7269.61 Billion, ` 10264.26 Billion and ` 10675.46 Billion
respectively.
Also see Notes on Tables.

110

TABLE 48 : SECTORAL DEPLOYMENT OF NON-FOOD GROSS BANK CREDIT


(Outstanding)
(` Billion)
Year

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
2011-12
2012-13
Note : Data include the impact of mergers since May 3, 2002.
Also see Notes on Tables.

111

TABLE 49 : INDUSTRY-WISE DEPLOYMENT OF GROSS BANK CREDIT


(` Billion)
Industry
1
of which
1 . Coal

of which
6 . Electricity
8 . Jute Textiles

10 . Sugar
11 . Tea

18 . Cement

22 . Petroleum

(Continued)

112

TABLE 49 : INDUSTRY-WISE DEPLOYMENT OF GROSS BANK CREDIT (Concld.)


(` Billion)
Industry
1
of which
1 . Coal

of which
6 . Electricity
8 . Jute Textiles
10 . Sugar
11 . Tea

of which

18 . Cement

22 . Petroleum

Note : 1. Data include the impact of mergers since May 3, 2002.


2. Data for coal from 2005 onwards include mining.
3. Data for electricity from 2005 onwards is clubbed with infrastructure.
4. Data for Minning and Quarrying including Coal up to March 2004 is for mining only.
Also see Notes on Tables.

113

TABLE 50 : SAVINGS DEPOSITS WITH COMMERCIAL BANKS


(` Billion)
Year
(As on Last Reporting Friday)
1

1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note : Data are of weekly frequency till 1984-85 and fortnightly frequency thereafter.

114

TABLE 51 : SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS - MATURITY PATTERN


OF TERM DEPOSITS
(No. in thousand; Amount in ` Billion)
Year
(endMarch)

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002

2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Year
(endMarch)
1

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Note
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Basic Statistical Returns of Scheduled Commercial Banks in India, various volumes.

115

TABLE 52 : BANK GROUP-WISE DISTRIBUTION OF EMPLOYEES OF


SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS
Year
(endMarch)
1
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

Note : Data for 2011-12 are provisional.


Source : Basic Statistical Returns of Scheduled Commercial Banks.

116

TABLE 53 : INDUSTRIAL REFINANCE BY RESERVE BANK OF INDIA


(` Billion)
Year

1
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
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
2012
2013
Note :
2. Data for short-term finance outstanding by SFCs for 1993 are as per Under Section 17(4)(a) of the Reserve Bank of India
Act, 1934.
3. For EXIM BANK, outstandings have been converted into tier I bonds of Government of India since 2002-03.
4. Pursuant to the Industrial Development Bank (Transfer of undertaking and repeal) Act 2003, IDBI Act was repealed on October
1, 2004 and IDBI was converted into bank w.e.f. that date.
5. ICICI was merged with ICICI Bank Ltd. effective March 30, 2002
6. IIBI is in the process of voluntary winding up.
7. Data relate to end-March for Long term finance and last Friday of March for Short term finance.
Also see Notes on Tables.

117

TABLE 54 : DEPOSITS AND CREDIT OF SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS ACCORDING TO POPULATION GROUP
(Amount in ` Billion)
(No. of Accounts in Thousands)

Year

1
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
2012
(Continued)

118

TABLE 54 : DEPOSITS AND CREDIT OF SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS ACCORDING TO POPULATION GROUP (Concld.)
(Amount in ` Billion)
(No. of Accounts in Thousands)
Credit
Year

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
2012
Note
Source

119

TABLE 55 : DIRECT INSTITUTIONAL CREDIT FOR AGRICULTURE AND

ALLIED ACTIVITIES - SHORT-TERM


(` Billion)
Year

1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
Note
to July-June period.
2. RRBs came into existence in 1975-76.
3. Data for Co-operatives cover only PACS as short-term loans are being provided by them.
4. Data on total loans issued includes loans issued by the State Governments.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : 1. Reserve Bank of India.
2. National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development.

120

TABLE 56 : DIRECT INSTITUTIONAL CREDIT FOR AGRICULTURE


AND ALLIED ACTIVITIES - LONG-TERM
(` Billion)
Year

1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
Note
to July-June period.
2. RRBs came into existence in 1975-76.
3. The data since 1999-2000 are strictly not comparable with the earlier years as it covers not only PACS but also SCARDBs
and PCARDBs, while the earlier period covers PACS only.

4. Data on total loans issued includes loans issued by the State Governments.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source :
2. National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development.

121

TABLE 57 : DIRECT INSTITUTIONAL CREDIT FOR AGRICULTURE AND


ALLIED ACTIVITIES -TOTAL (Short-term and Long-term)
(` Billion)
Year

1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
Note
July-June period.
2. RRBs came into existence in 1975-76.
3. The data since 1999-2000 are strictly not comparable with the earlier years as it covers not only PACS but also SCARDBs and
PCARDBs, while the earlier period covers PACS only.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : 1. Reserve Bank of India.
2. National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development.

122

TABLE 58 : INDIRECT INSTITUTIONAL CREDIT FOR


AGRICULTURE AND ALLIED ACTIVITIES
(` Billion)
Year

1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
July-June period.
2. RRBs came into existence in 1975-76.
3. Since 1999-2000, the data are strictly not comparable with the earlier years as it covers not only PACS but also SCARDBs and
PCARDBs, while the earlier period covers PACS only.
4. Data for loans from co-operatives since 1993-94 are not strictly comparable with the earlier period as many defaulters became
non-defaulters with the implementation of Agricultural and Rural Debt Relief (ARDR) Scheme resulting in an increase in the
assistance from banks; introduction/stabilisation of Lead Bank Returns (LBR); increase in the number of banks as also
increase in the awareness and consequent improvement in the data maintenance and reporting system at the field level,
resulting in an increase in the amount of loans reported in subsequent years.
5. In respect of loans issued by SCBs, the data from 1991-92 to 2006-07 are disbursements to priority sectors as at end-June.
6. In respect of outstanding loans by SCBs, data from 1991-92 onwards relates to priority sector advances as at end-March.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : 1. Reserve Bank of India (in case of SCBs).
2. National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (in case of RRBs and co-operatives).
3. Rural Electrification Corporation Ltd. (in case of REC).

123

TABLE 59 : SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS' DIRECT FINANCE TO FARMERS


ACCORDING TO SIZE OF LAND HOLDINGS (DISBURSEMENTS)
SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM LOANS
(Number of accounts in thousands; Amount in ` Billion)
Year
(end-June)

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

124

TABLE 60 : SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS' DIRECT FINANCE TO FARMERS


ACCORDING TO SIZE OF LAND HOLDINGS (OUTSTANDING)
SHORT-TERM AND LONG-TERM LOANS
(Number of accounts in thousands; Amount in ` Billion)

Year
(end-June)

1
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

125

TABLE 61 : SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS ADVANCES TO SMALL-SCALE


INDUSTRIES AND ALLIED SERVICES - OUTSTANDING
(` Billion)
Year
(end-March)

1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note : 1. Data for 2012-13 are Provisional.
2. For the period from 1980-81 to 1987-88, data relate to end-December. Further, for the year 1988-89, data relate to end-September.
3. * : The data for the period up to 2006-07 is of Small Scale Industries (SSI). Subsequent to 2006-07, data with reference to
Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) are being compiled.

Also see Notes on Tables.

126

TABLE 62 : SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS ADVANCES TO


AGRICULTURE OUTSTANDING
(` Billion)
Year
(end-March)

1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12

PACS
FSS
LAMPS
Note

Source

127

TABLE 63 : CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET OF SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS


(Excluding Regional Rural Banks)
(` Billion)
Year
(end-March)

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
Year
(endMarch)

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

128

TABLE 64 : GROSS AND NET NPAs OF SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS


BANK GROUP-WISE
Year (endMarch)

1
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03

2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
Note : 1. Data for 2011-12 are provisional.
2. Data on Scheduled Commercial Banks & Public Sector Banks for 2004-05 include the impact of conversion of a non-banking entity into a banking entity.

129

TABLE 65 : DISTRIBUTION OF SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS BY CRAR


(Number of banks)
Year

Between 9-10 per cent


Above 10 per cent
2003-04 Below 4 per cent
Between 4-9 per cent
Between 9-10 per cent
Above 10 per cent
2004-05 Below 4 per cent
Between 4-9 per cent
Between 9-10 per cent
Above 10 per cent
2005-06 Below 4 per cent
Between 4-9 per cent
Between 9-10 per cent
Above 10 per cent
2006-07 Below 4 per cent
Between 4-9 per cent
Between 9-10 per cent
Between 10-12 per cent
12 per cent and above
2007-08 Below 9 per cent
Between 9-10 per cent
Above 10 per cent
2008-09 Below 9 per cent
Between 9-10 per cent
Above 10 per cent
2009-10 Below 9 per cent
Between 9-10 per cent
Above 10 per cent
2010-11 Below 9 per cent
Between 9-10 per cent
Above 10 per cent
2011-12 Below 9 per cent

Note : 1. Scheduled Commercial Banks (SCBs) had to comply with minimum Capital to Risk-weighted Assets Ratio (CRAR) of 8 per cent up
to end-March 1999 and 9 per cent from end-March 2000.
2. Nationalised Banks' data includes data for IDBI Bank Ltd. for the years 2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11 and 2011-12.

130

TABLE 66 : POPULATION GROUP-WISE NUMBER OF BRANCHES OF


SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS
(Number)
Year
1

1973

1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
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
2012
2013
Note
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Data up to 2005 are based on Basic Statistical Returns of Scheduled Commercial Banks. Thereafter data are based on Master
Office File as on September 4, 2013.

131

TABLE 67 : IMPORTANT BANKING INDICATORS - REGIONAL RURAL BANKS - OUTSTANDING


(` Billion)
Year

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
2011-12
2012-13
Note : 1. Data for 2012-13 are provisional.
2. Data as on last Friday of March up to 1984-85 and last reporting Friday of March thereafter.

132

TABLE 68 : STATE CO-OPERATIVE BANKS MAINTAINING ACCOUNTS WITH THE


RESERVE BANK OF INDIA
(` Billion)
Year
(endMarch)

1
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81

1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note : Data for 2012-13 are provisional.
Also see Notes on tables.

133

TABLE 69 : LOANS AND ADVANCES OF PACS, SCARDBs AND PCARDBs


(Numbers in million; Amount in ` Billion)
Year

1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
PACS
SCARDB
PCARDB
Note

Source

134

TABLE 70 : GROSS NON-PERFORMING ASSETS OF CO-OPERATIVE BANKS


(Per cent of gross advances)

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
StCBs
DCCBs
PACS
SCARDBs
Note
2. Data on short-term structure NPAs of PACS represents percentage of overdues to demand.
3. Prudential norms were made applicable to the UCBs since 1992-93, the StCBs and DCCBs since 1996-97 and SCARDBs and
PCARDBs since 1997-98.
Source : Reserve Bank for UCBs and NABARD for Rural Co-operative Banks (excluding PACS for which the source is NAFSCOB).

TABLE 71 : SELF-HELP GROUP-BANK LINKAGE PROGRAMME


(Amount in ` Billion)
Year (end - March)
1
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
Note :
2. Data relates to Commercial Banks, RRBs and Co-operative Banks.
3. From 2006-07 onwards, data on number of SHGs financed by banks and bank loans are inclusive of 'Swarnajayanti
Gram Swarozgar Yojna' (SGSY) SHGs and exisiting groups receiving repeat loans. Owing to this change, NABARD
discontinued the publication of data on a cumulative basis from 2006-07.
Source : NABARD.

135

TABLE 72 : REMITTANCES THROUGH THE RBI - TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFERS


(` Billion)

Year

1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
136

TABLE 73 : CHEQUE CLEARANCES


(Numbers in million; Amount in ` Billion)
Year

1
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note : 1. Data for 2012-13 are Provisional.
2. $: Migration of Cheque Clearing from Kolkata to Chennai Grid has started which is reflected in the reduction of volume and value of cheques
cleared under Kolkata MICR cheque processing centre.
3. *: Cheque Truncation System (CTS) implemented in New Delhi and Chennai - grid (which includes some of the clearing houses in the state of
Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Punjab (Ludhiana), Tamil Nadu, West Bengal (Kolkata), and Union Territories of Puducherry and Chandigarh).
Also see Notes on Tables.

FINANCIAL MARKETS

139

TABLE 74 : STRUCTURE OF INTEREST RATES


(Per cent per annum)
Year
(as at
end March)

2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14@
*:
#:
@:
Note :
case may be for the relevant year.
2. BPLR system effective November 2003 was replaced by the Base Rate System effective from July 1, 2010.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source: Respective financial institutions and Reserve Bank of India.

140

TABLE 75 : PRICES AND REDEMPTION YIELD ON CENTRAL GOVERNMENT


SECURITIES (SGL TRANSACTIONS)
Sr.No.
1

A) Terminable under 5 years


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
B) Between 5 and 10 years
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
(Continued)

141

TABLE 75 : PRICES AND REDEMPTION YIELD ON CENTRAL GOVERNMENT


SECURITIES (SGL TRANSACTIONS) (Concld.)
Sr.No.
1

B) Between 5 and 10 years

46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
C) Between 10 and 15
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
D) Over 15 years
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
Note : 1. Yields are based on redemption yield, which is computed from 2000-01 as the mean of the daily weighted average yield of the
transactions in each traded security. The weight is calculated as the share of the transaction in a given security in the aggregate
value of transactions in the said security.Prior to 2000-01, the redemption yield was not weighted and was computed as an
average of daily prices of each security.
2. 6.72 % 2007/ 2012 GOI securities was issued with call and put options exercisable on or after 5 years from the date of issue.

142

TABLE 76 : RESOURCE MOBILISATION IN THE PRIVATE PLACEMENT MARKET


(` Billion)
Year

1
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
2012-13
Note
Source : Compiled in RBI based on data received from Merchant Bankers and Financial Institutions.

TABLE 77 : NET RESOURCES MOBILISED BY BANK-SPONSORED AND


FI-SPONSORED MUTUAL FUNDS
(` Billion)
Year

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
2012-13
Notes
2. All Schemes of Indian Bank MF, BOI MF, PNB MF, GIC MF and IDBI MF have been transferred to other mutual funds.
Also See Notes on Tables.
Source : Respective Mutual Funds.

143

TABLE 78 : NET RESOURCES MOBILISED BY MUTUAL FUNDS


(` Billion)
Year
1

1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note :
2. For Unit Trust of India (UTI), data are gross values (with premium) of net sales under all domestic schemes. Data
from 1970-71 to 1990-91 for UTI relate to July-June period. Data for the year 1996-97 excludes re-investment
sales. Data for net sales at face value (excluding premium) during 1993-94, 1994-95, 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99,
1999-2000,2000-01 and 2001-02 are ` 74.53 billion, ` 68 billion,
` 13 billion, ` 57.62 billion, ` 12.01 billion and
3. Data for UTI for 2003-04 relates to UTI Mutual Fund for the period from February 01, 2003 to March 31, 2004,
being the first year in operation after the bifurcation of the erstwhile UTI into UTI Mutual Fund and Specified
Undertaking of the Unit Trust of India. Subsequent annual data (from 2004-05 onwards) pertain to UTI Mutual
Fund only.
Also see notes on Tables.
Source : UTI and Respective Mutual Funds.

144
TABLE 79 : NET RESOURCES MOBILISED BY PRIVATE SECTOR MUTUAL FUNDS
(` Billion)

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
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
Note
2. Data for 2012-13 are provisional.
Also See Notes on Tables.
Source : Respective mutual funds, SEBI and AMFI.

145

TABLE 80 : AGGREGATE PUBLIC DEPOSITS OF THE NBFC SECTOR


(Amount in ` Billion)
Year (End-March)

1
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
2012-13 P
NBFC : Non-banking financial company
Note
2. NBFCs include Deposit taking NBFCs (NBFCs-D), Mutual Benefit Financial Companies (MBFCs )/Notified Nidhis, Mutual Benefit
Companies (MBCs)/Potential Nidhis,
Source: Reserve Bank of India

146

TABLE 81 : NEW CAPITAL ISSUES BY NON-GOVERNMENT


PUBLIC LIMITED COMPANIES
(` Billion)
Year

1
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note: 1. Data for 2012-13 are provisional.
2. Up to 1980, data are on January-December basis and from 1981 to 2013, on April-March basis.
3. In conformity with the Controller of Capital issues, the initial and further capital issues were changed to new and existingalong with conceptual
changes from 1971.

147

TABLE 82 : PUBLIC ISSUES AND PRIVATELY PLACED BONDS OF PUBLIC


SECTOR UNDERTAKINGS
(` Billion)
Year
1
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
2012-13

Note
2. The data for the table include both public issues of bonds and privately placed bonds.
3. The data for the table also contains issues wherein tax benefit in provided under either of section 80CCF
or section 10 of Income Tax Act,1961.
Source : 1. Respective public sector undertakings for years up to 1997-98 and merchant bankers and prospectus thereafter.
2. SEBI.

148

TABLE 83 : FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE SANCTIONED AND DISBURSED BY ALL


FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
(` Billion)
Year
1
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12

2012-13
(Continued)

149

TABLE 83 : FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE SANCTIONED AND DISBURSED BY ALL


FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS (Contd.)
(` Billion)
Year
1
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13

150

TABLE 83 : FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE SANCTIONED AND DISBURSED BY ALL


FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS (Concld.)
(` Billion)
Year
1
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
2. Totals are adjusted for inter-institutional flows.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Report on Development Banking of the erstwhile, Industrial Development Bank of India and respective financial institutions.

151

TABLE 84 : INVESTMENTS BY LIC


(` Billion)
Year
(end-March)

1
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
2012
2013
Note
2. Instrument-wise loans for the years 2003 to 2012 exclude policy loans to HPF, Money Market investments,
Foreign investments.
Source : Life Insurance Corporation of India.

152

TABLE 85 : ASSETS UNDER MANAGEMENT OF MUTUAL FUNDS

(` Billion)
Year (end-March)

Note
Source : Securities and Exchange Board of India.

153

TABLE 86 : OPERATIONS OF HDFC


(` Billion)

Year
1

1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note : 1. Data for 2012-13 are provisional.
2. Data are on July-June basis up to 1987-88 and on April-March basis thereafter.
Source : Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd.
154

TABLE 87 : NATIONAL BANK FOR AGRICULTURE AND RURAL


DEVELOPMENT - FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
(` Billion)
Year
1
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12

2012-13
Note : 1. Data for 2012-13 are provisional.
2. Data on disbursements exclude short-term disbursements made for Integrated Cotton Development Project in the States of Haryana,
Punjab and Maharashtra for the period 1977-78 to 1981-82.
3. Data for the period 1980-81 to 1987-88 are on July-June basis.
4. Data relate to financial assistance on a cummulative basis at the end of each year and data in parentheses indicate financial
assistance during the year.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development.

155

TABLE 88 : DISBURSEMENTS BY NATIONAL HOUSING BANK


UNDER ITS REFINANCE SCHEMES
(` Billion)
Year
(JulyJune)
1
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
2012-13
Note :
2. Banks include Private Sector, Public Sector, Foreign Banks and Regional Rural Banks (RRBs).
3. Others include Urban Co-operative Banks(UCBs), Agriculture and Rural Development Banks (ARDBs) and Apex Co-operative
Housing Finance Societies (ACHFs).
Source : National Housing Bank.

156

TABLE 89 : DEPOSIT INSURANCE AND CREDIT GUARANTEE


CORPORATION - INSURED DEPOSITS
(Number in million; Amount in ` Billion)

Year
1

1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
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
2012-13
Note :
2003; as on the last working day of September 2004 through September 2012.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation.

157
TABLE 90 : DEPOSIT INSURANCE AND CREDIT GUARANTEE CORPORATION
LIABILITIES AND ASSETS (Deposit Insurance Fund)
(` Billion)
Year

1
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
2012-13
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation.

TABLE 91 : DEPOSIT INSURANCE AND CREDIT GUARANTEE CORPORATION LIABILITIES AND ASSETS
( Credit Guarantee Fund )

(` Billion)
Year

1
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
2012-13
Note : Data on liabilities and assets of DICGC relate to financial year (April-March).
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation.

158

TABLE 92 : DEPOSIT INSURANCE AND CREDIT GUARANTEE CORPORATION


LIABILITIES AND ASSETS (General Fund)
(` Billion)
Year

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
2012-13
Note : Data on liabilities and assets of DICGC relate to the financial year (April-March).
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation.

159

TABLE 93 : LIABILITIES AND ASSETS OF NABARD


(` Billion)
Year
(end-March)

1
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012

2013
Year
(end-March)

1
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
(Continued)

160

TABLE 93 : LIABILITIES AND ASSETS OF NABARD (Concld.)


(` Biilion)
Year
(end-March)

1
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007

2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Year
(end-March)

1
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Note
2. Other liabilities for the year 1995 includes borrowings from RBI under GSRF and short-term borrowings.
3. Other liabilities for the years 1997, 1998 and 1999 include ` 0.04 billion, ` 2.57 billion and ` 3.5 billion, respectively as deposits.
4. Other liabilities for the years 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 include ` 0.9 billion, ` 0.63 billion,
` 0.56 billion, ` 0.78 billion,
` 353.02 billion respectively, as deposits.
5. Investments in GOI securities for the year 2000 include treasury bills also.
6. Equity to ADFC for the year 2000 contributed in 1999-2000.
Also See Notes on Table.
Source : National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development.

161

TABLE 94 : LIABILITIES AND ASSETS OF IFCI


(` Billion)
Year

1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
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
2012
2013
(Continued)

162

TABLE 94 : LIABILITIES AND ASSETS OF IFCI


(` Billion)
Year

1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
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
2012
2013
Note :
2. Data for the year 2013 are provisional.
3. Data on Reserve Fund represents Special Reserve Fund and other reserves.
4. Other Liabilities includes specific grant from Government of India in terms of agreement with KfW-Germany from December 1973.
5. With effect from August 1980, Reserve for doubtful debts is netted against Loans and advances.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Industrial Finance Corporation of India Ltd.

163

TABLE 95 : LIABILITIES AND ASSETS OF EXIM BANK


Year

1
1986
1987
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Year

1
1986
1987
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000

2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Note:
2. For the period up to 1987, data pertain to end-December and from 1989 onwards end-March. Therefore, data for accounting year 1989
pertain to 15-months, i.e., January 1988 - March 1989.
3. Other Liabilities for the years 1986 & 1987 includes ` 0.1 billion and ` 0.135 billion for 1985-86 and 1986-87, respectively, on account
of grant from Government towards Export Development Fund (EDF). Other liabilities from 1988-89 onwards includes ` 0.1415 billion on
account of grant from Government towards EDF.
4. For the years 2002 to 2012, "Borrowings from Bonds & Debentures" includes Tier-I capital bonds (8 per cent 2022) issued to Govt. of
India.
5. Data for the Borrowing from IDBI for the years 2004 to 2011 pertain to borrowings from banks/RBI and borrowings under CBLO
(collateralised borrowing & lending obligation).
6. Some figures pertaining to assets for the year 2008 have been re-grouped.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source: Export Import Bank of India.

164

TABLE 96 : LIABILITIES AND ASSETS OF NHB


(` Billion)
Year
(endJune)

s
1

1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008

2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Year
(end June)

1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
HLAS : Home Loan Account Scheme
Note : 1. Data for 2013 are provisional.
2. With effect from 1993-94, Voluntary Deposit Scheme (VDS) has been segregated from General Fund.
Source : National Housing Bank.

165

TABLE 97 : LIABILITIES AND ASSETS OF SFCs


(` Billion)
Year
(endMarch)

1
1978
1979
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
2012
(Continued)

166

TABLE 97 : LIABILITIES AND ASSETS OF SFCs (Concld.)


(` Billion)
Year
(end-March)

1
1978
1979

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
2012
Note :
2. Data for 1992 and 1993 excludes Jammu & Kashmir State Financial Corporation.
3. Data for 1994 excludes Jammu & Kashmir and Punjab State Financial Corporations.
4. Data for 1995 excludes Bihar, Jammu & Kashmir and Kerala State Financial Corporations.
5. Data for 1996 excludes Haryana, Jammu & Kashmir and Punjab State Financial Corporations.
6. In the year ended March 1993, borrowings from IDBI includes the figures for borrowing from SIDBI also. In the same year, data on investments in
Government securities includes investments in shares and debentures also.
7. In the years 1999 and 2000, data on loans and advances includes loans and advances and other advances. In the same years, other assets includes
fixed assets, other assets and miscellaneous expenses not written off.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Industrial Development Bank of India up to 1998 and Small Industries Development Bank of India thereafter.

167

TABLE 98 : LIABILITIES AND ASSETS OF SIDBI


(` Billion)
Year
(end-March)

1
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Year
(end-March)

1
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Note : Data for March 2013 are provisional.

* Includes cash and bank balance of ` 11.75 billion and other fixed assets of ` 0.0425 billion.
** Includes cash and bank balance of ` 16.18 billion and other fixed assets of ` 0.0212 billion.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Small Industries Development Bank of India.

168

TABLE 99 : ANNUAL AVERAGES OF SHARE PRICE INDICES AND


MARKET CAPITALISATION
(Amount in ` Billion)
Year

1
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
2012-13
Note : 1. Market capitalisation data are as at end-December up to 1987-88 and at end-March from 1988-89 onwards.
2. Compilation of RBI index was discontinued by the Reserve Bank of India since 1999-2000. Similarly, the compilation of data on the
all-India market capitalisation was discontinued by Bombay Stock Exchange Limited (BSE), since 1999-2000.
3. BSE 100 Index introduced from October 14, 1996 was previously known as BSE National Index. BSE National Index
(Base:1983-84 = 100) comprised 100 stocks listed at five major stock exchanges in India - Mumbai, Calcutta, Delhi, Ahmedabad and
Madras, while BSE 100 index takes into account only the prices of stocks listed at BSE.
4. BSE 100 index has been re-based as 1983-84=58 with effect from June 04, 2012. Since 2009-10, data is based on re-based index
value of 58.
Source : 1. Bombay Stock Exchange Limited (BSE).

2. Reserve Bank of India.

PUBLIC FINANCES
171

TABLE 100 : KEY DEFICIT INDICATORS OF THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT


(` Billion)
Year

1
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14

Note :
2. Primary Revenue Deficit is Revenue Deficit net of interest payments.
3. Drawdown of cash balances represents conventional budget deficit prior to 1997-98. With discontinuation of the
treasury bills and 91-day tap treasury bills, the concept of conventional budget deficit has lost its relevance since April 1,1997.
4. Net RBI Credit represents variation over end-March, as per RBI records, after closure of Government accounts.
5. Negative (-) sign indicates surplus.
6. Since 1999-2000, Gross Fiscal Deficit excludes States share in Small Savings as per the new system of accounting.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Budget documents of the Government of India.

172

TABLE 101: CENTRAL GOVERNMENT RECEIPTS - MAJOR COMPONENTS


(` Billion)
Year

tax
1
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note :
2. All the tax revenues in this table are net of State Governments share and amount assigned to National Calamity Contingency Fund
(NCCF).
3. Capital receipts for 2002-03, 2003-04 and 2004-05 include receipts under the state debt swap scheme.
4. Capital receipts and total receipts of 2007 includes an amount of ` 343.09 billion which represents the Reserve Bank's surplus
transferred to the Central Government on account of transfer of its stake in SBI to the Central Government.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Budget documents of the Government of India and Finance Accounts (various issues).

173

TABLE 102 : MAJOR HEADS OF CAPITAL RECEIPTS OF THE


CENTRAL GOVERNMENT
(` Billion)
Year

1
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note : 1. Data for 2012-13 are Revised Estimates and data for 2013-14 are Budget Estimates.
2. Market Borrowing comprise dated Securities and 364-day Treasury Bills.
3. Since 1998-99, Provident Funds data represent only state provident fund as public provident fund is included
under small savings.
4. Data are net of repayments. Also excludes amount raised under Market Stabilisation Scheme (MSS) and
variation in cash balances.
5. Disinvestment receipts and total capital receipts of 2007-08 include an amount of ` 343.09 billion
under miscellaneous capital receipts which represents the Reserve Bank's surplus transferred to the Central
Government on account of transfer of its stake in SBI to the Central Government.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Budget documents of the Government of India.

174

TABLE 103 : MAJOR HEADS OF EXPENDITURE OF THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT


( ` Billion)
Year

1
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note : 1. Data for 2012-13 are Revised Estimates and data for 2013-14 are Budget Estimates.
2. Capital Expenditure for 2002-03 , 2003-04 and 2004-05 include repayments to National Small Saving Fund (NSSF)
apart from loans and advances and capital outlay.
3. Total Expenditure, Capital Outlay and Capital Expenditure for 2007-08 include an amount of ` 355.31 billion, on
account of transactions relating to transfer of RBIs stake in SBI to the Central Government.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Budget documents of the Government of India.

175

TABLE 104 : MAJOR HEADS OF DEVELOPMENTAL AND NON-DEVELOPMENTAL


EXPENDITURE OF THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT
(` Billion)
Year

1
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
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Notes :
2. Total Expenditure and Developmental Expenditure of 2007-08 include an amount of ` 355.31 billion on account of
transactions relating to transfer of Reserve Bank's stake in SBI to the Central Government.
3. Data on development and non development expenditure are inclusive of gross expenditure of commercial and postal
departments.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source :Budget documents of the Government of India.

176

TABLE 105 : CENTRES GROSS FISCAL DEFICIT AND ITS FINANCING


(` Billion)
Year

1
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
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Notes : 1. Data for 2012-13 are Revised Estimates and data for 2013-14 are Budget Estimates.
2. GFD receipts includes revenue receipts and disinvestments proceeds from 1991-92 onwards and only revenue receipts for all
other years.
3. GFD expenditure includes revenue expenditure, capital outlay and loans and advances net of recoveries.
4. Drawdown of cash balances represent variation in
March 31,1997.
5. Market Borrowing include dated securities and 364-day treasury bills.
6. Other borrowings comprise small savings, state provident fund, special deposits, reserve funds, treasury bills excluding 364-day
treasury bills,etc.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Budget documents of the Government of India.

177

TABLE 106 : GROSS CAPITAL FORMATION FROM BUDGETARY RESOURCES


OF THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT
(` Billion)
Year

1
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79

1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
2. Gross financial assistance for capital formation to non-departmental commercial undertakings includes public undertakings operated by
autonomous corporations and companies.
3. Gross financial assistance for capital formation to others includes loans and grants to local authorities for capital formation.
4. From 1993-94 onwards, Delhi is not included.
5. From 1997-98 onwards, loans to States/UTs are exclusive of loans against States/UTs share in small saving collections.
Source : Economic Survey, Government of India, 2012-13.

178

TABLE 107 : PUBLIC SECTOR PLAN OUTLAY


(At current prices)
(` Billion)
Year

1
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
2012-13
Note : 1. Data for 2011-12 are based on Revised Estimates and data for and 2012-13 are based on Budget Estimates.
2. Data for Education include Sports and Youth Services and Art and Culture'.
3. Data under Others include communications, information and broadcasting, science, technology and environment, general services and other social
services.
Source :

179

TABLE 108 : FINANCING OF PUBLIC SECTOR PLAN


(` Billion)
Year

1
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
2012-13
Note :
and for 2012-13 are Annual Plan Estimates.
2. Deficit financing refers to
3. Others include provident funds, term loans from financial institutions etc. and issue of bonds/debentures by PSUs, opening balance and
other resources, miscellaneous capital receipts, negotiated loans and Government of India loans and local bodies.
4. Since 2005-06, Central Assistance has been included in the total resources.
5. From 2006-07 contribution of public enterprises includes internal and extra budgetary resources.
Source : Economic Survey, Government of India.

180

TABLE 109 : KEY DEFICIT INDICATORS OF THE STATE GOVERNMENTS


(` Billion)
Year

1
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note : 1. Data for 2011-12 relate to Revised Estimates while 2012-13 are Budget Estimates.
2. Negative (-) sign indicates surplus in deficit indicators.
3. Net RBI Credit refers to variation in loans and advances given to States by the RBI net of their incremental deposits
with the RBI, for the State Government having accounts with the RBI. This is an indicator of means of financing.
4. Overall deficit for the years 1982-83, 1983-84 and 1985-86 excludes medium-term loans given by the Centre to the
States to clear overdrafts of ` 17.43 billion as on March 31, 1982; ` 4 billion as on March 31, 1983; and ` 16.28
billion (for 17 States) as on January 28, 1985, respectively.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Budget documents of the State Governments.

181

TABLE 110 : PATTERN OF RECEIPTS OF THE STATE GOVERNMENTS


(` Billion)
Year

1
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79

1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
2. Data for capital receipts prior to 1991-92 are adjusted for remittances (net).
3. Regarding share in Central tax revenue, see Notes on Tables.
4. Capital receipts include Public Accounts on a net basis.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Budget documents of the State Governments.

182

TABLE 111 : PATTERN OF MAJOR CAPITAL RECEIPTS OF


THE STATE GOVERNMENTS
(` Billion)
Year

1
1974-75

1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note : 1. Data for 2011-12 relate to Revised Estimates while 2012-13 are Budget Estimates.
2. State Provident Fund, etc. (Net) include insurance and pension funds and special deposit accounts.
3. Data for capital receipts prior to 1991-92 are adjusted for remittances (net).
4. Capital receipts include Public Accounts on a net basis.
5. With the change in the system of accounting with effect from 1999-00, States share in small savings, which was included earlier
under loans from the Centre is shown separately as special securities issued to National Small Savings Fund (NSSF) under internal
debt.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Budget documents of the State Governments.

183

TABLE 112 : EXPENDITURE PATTERN OF THE STATE GOVERNMENTS


(` Billion)
Year

1
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
2. Data of Pension and Misc. General Services for the year 1970-71 and 1971-72 include only miscellaneous general services.
3. Data for capital expenditures prior to 1991-92 are adjusted for remittances (net).
4. Capital expenditure are given exclusive of Public Accounts.
5. Capital Outlay and Loans and Advances by State Governments are the components of Capital Expenditure.
6. Developmental Expenditure includes Expenditure on social and Economic Services while Non-Developmental Expenditure includes Interest
Payments, Admn. Services and Pension and Misc. General Services.

Also see Notes on Tables.


Source : Budget documents of the State Governments.

184

TABLE 113 : STATES' GROSS FISCAL DEFICIT AND ITS FINANCING


(` Billion)
Year

1
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
2. Receipts include revenue receipts and non-debt capital receipts.
3. Expenditure includes revenue expenditure, capital outlay and loans and advances, net of recoveries.
4. All figures of Financing of Gross Fiscal Deficit are on a net basis.
5. Others consist of State Provident Fund, loans from financial institutions, reserve funds, deposits and
advances, etc.
6. With the change in the system of accounting with effect from 1999-2000, States share in small savings which
was included earlier under loans from the Centre is shown separately as special securities issued to National
Small Savings Fund (NSSF) under internal debt.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Budget documents of the State Governments.

185

TABLE 114: COMBINED DEFICITS OF CENTRAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS


(` Billion)
Year
1
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
2. Negative (-) sign indicates surplus.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Budget documents of the Government of India and the State Governments.

186

TABLE 115 : RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS OF


CENTRAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS
(` Billion)

Year

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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
2. Discharge of internal debt (repayment by state governments) is included as part of capital and aggregate disbursements.
3. Data in respect of Combined finances are exclusive of NCT Delhi from 2005-06 onwards.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Budget documents of the Government of India and the State Governments.

187

TABLE 116 : DIRECT AND INDIRECT TAX REVENUES OF


CENTRAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS
(` Billion)

Year
1

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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
2. States direct taxes, indirect taxes and total taxes exclude States' share in Central taxes as reported in Central
Government Budget documents.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Budget documents of the Government of India and the State Governments.

188

TABLE 117 : DEVELOPMENTAL AND NON-DEVELOPMENTAL EXPENDITURE OF


THE CENTRAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS
(` Billion)
Year

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
2012-13
Note
2. Centre Developmental, Non-development and Total Expenditure include gross expenditure of commercial departments and postal
in respect of Central Governments Revenue Account.
3. States - Other Expenditure comprise discharge of internal debt, repayment of loans to the Centre (including prepayment under debt
swap scheme during 2002-03 to 2004-05) and compensation and assignments to local bodies and Panchayati Raj institutions.
4. Central & State Combined - Other Expenditure adjusted for repayment of loans by the State Governments to the Centre as
given in Central Government Budget documents. Includes repayments to National Small Saving Fund (NSSF) by the Centre for
the years 2002-03 to 2004-05.
5. Centre Developmental and Total Expenditure of 2007-08 include an amount of ` 355.31 billion on account
of transaction relating to transfer of the Reserve Banks stake in SBI to the Government.
6. Data in respect of Combined finances are exclusive of NCT Delhi from 2005-06 onwards.
7. For the period 1993-94 to 2004-05 NCT Delhi was included in the expenditure of the States.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Budget documents of the Government of India and the State Governments.

189

TABLE 118 : MARKET BORROWINGS OF THE CENTRAL


AND STATES GOVERNMENTS
(` Billion)
Year

1
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
2012-13
2013-14
Note : 1. Net market borrowing of centre and state combined for 2008-09 includes `5.47 billion pertaining to a
security with call and put option.
2.Gross State Govt Market Borrowing includes additional market borrowings of `100 billion for 2002-2003,
` 266.23 billion for 2003-04 and ` 169.43 billion for 2004-05 under the State Debt Swap Scheme.
3.Gross borrowings of the State Governments for 2013-14 have been estimated while those of Centre are
budget estimates.
4. Market borrowing of the Centre include dated securities and 364-day treasury bills.
Source : Reserve Bank of India.

190

TABLE 119 : INTEREST RATES ON CENTRAL AND STATE


GOVERNMENT DATED SECURITIES
(Per cent per annum)
Year
1
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Source : Reserve Bank of India records.

191

TABLE 120 : OUTSTANDING LIABILITIES OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT


(` Billion)
Year
(end-March)

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
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note
2. External Liabilities are calculated at current exchange rate.
3. Sharp decline in 91-day treasury bills is on account of conversion of
4. Internal Debt Data from 2004-05 to 2012-13 include liabilities on account of Market Stabilisation Scheme (MSS).
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source :

192

TABLE 121 : OUTSTANDING LIABILITIES OF THE STATE GOVERNMENTS


(` Billion)
Year
(End March)

1
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
2. Total liabilites have been revised to include reserve funds, deposits and advances and contingency funds.
3. Market Loans include Power Bonds.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source
State Governments.

193

TABLE 122 : COMBINED LIABILITIES OF THE CENTRAL


AND STATE GOVERNMENTS
(` Billion)

Year
(end-March)

1
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
2012-13
2013-14

Note :
2. States data for 2011-12 and 2012-13 are Revised Estimates and Budget Estimates, respectively.
3. External liabilities of the Centre is at current exchange rate.
4. Total liabilities of the States, Combined domestic liabilities of Centre & States and Combined total liabilities of the centre & states
have been revised to include reserve funds, deposits and advances and contingency fund of State Governments.
5. Data in respect of Combined finances are exclusive of NCT Delhi from 2005-06 onwards.
6. Combined and Centres liabilities are inclusive of securities/treasury bills under market stabilisation scheme (MSS).
Source :
2. Combined Finance and Revenue Accounts of the Union and the State Governments in India and Budget
documents of the State Governments.

194
TABLE 123 : OWNERSHIP OF CENTRAL AND STATE GOVERNMENT SECURITIES st
(OUTSTANDING AS ON 31
Category of Holders
1
Total (A)
1. Reserve Bank of India (own account)
2. Scheduled Commercial Banks (i+ii+iii+iv)
of which
i) State Bank of India & associates
ii) Nationalised Banks
iii) Other Scheduled Commercial Banks
iv) Regional Rural Banks
3. Primary Dealers
4. Insurance Companies
5. Financial Institutions
6. Mutual Funds
7. Provident Funds
8. Others (A-Sum(1 to 7))
Category of Holders
1
Total (B)
1. Reserve Bank of India (own account)
2. Scheduled Commercial Banks (i+ii+iii+iv)
of which
i) State Bank of India & associates
ii) Nationalised Banks
iii) Other Scheduled Commercial Banks
iv) Regional Rural Banks
3. Primary Dealers
4. Insurance Companies
5. Financial Institutions
6. Mutual Funds
7. Provident Funds
8. Others (B-Sum(1 to 7))
Category of Holders
1

Total (C)
1. Reserve Bank of India (own account)
2. Scheduled Commercial Banks (i+ii+iii+iv)
of which
i) State Bank of India & associates
ii) Nationalised Banks
iii) Other Scheduled Commercial Banks
iv) Regional Rural Banks
3. Primary Dealers
4. Insurance Companies
5. Financial Institutions
6. Mutual Funds
7. Provident Funds
8. Others (C-Sum(1 to 7))
Memo Item:
Investments by sample companies in Govt./Semi-govt. securities
No. of companies in sample
Note:
bearing outstanding rupee securities excluding Treasury Bills, Saving Prize Bonds, expired loans and interest-free non-negotiable
securities of Government of India.
2. The format of the Table has been revised from 2010-11 Handbook of Statistics to improve the sectoral coverage.
Source: Data are compiled from:
1. Reserve Bank of India records for total holdings, holdings of Reserve Bank of India on its own account, primary
dealers and public limited companies.
2. BSR 5 returns filed by commercial banks with the Reserve Bank for holdings of commercial banks.
3. Employees Provident Fund Scheme for holdings of Provident Funds.
4. Data received from various insurance companies, mutual funds and financial institutions for their holdings.
5. Data related to Finances of Non-Government Non-Financial (NGNF) Public Limited Companies, 2011-12, released on
May 24, 2013.

195
TABLE 124 : SMALL SAVINGS SCHEMES
Name of
the
Scheme

1
Post Office
Savings
Bank
Accounts
Minimum Rs 500
Public
Provident
Fund 1968
Financial Year

Post Office
Time
Deposit
Account
(i) 1 Year
(ii) 2 Year
(iii) 3 Year
(iv) 5 Year
Post Office
Recurring
Deposit
Account

National
Savings
Scheme
1992
Minimum Rs
1500 and
Post Office
Monthly
Income
Account and Rs.
Scheme

Indira
Vikas
Patra
Kisan
Vikas
Patra
NSC VIII
issue
Senior
Citizens
Saving
Scheme
# Open-ended scheme.
## 4.5 per cent for individual/joint and group account, 4 per cent for public account and security deposit accounts - for purchase of motor vehicles or tractors,
3 per cent for official capacity accounts and other accounts.

### 3.5 per cent for individual/joint and group account, 3 per cent for public account and security deposit accounts - for purchase of motor vehicles or tractors,
2 per cent for official capacity accounts and other accounts.
+ Maturity period is 5 years from 1.12.2011.
& Interest accrued annually will be added to the income but will be treated as deemed to be reinvested under Section 80C.
^ Introduced in August 2004.
@ Compounded interest rate.

@@ Maturity period was raised to 6 1/2 years with effect from January 15, 2000, 7 years 3 months from March 1, 2001, 7 years 8 months from March 1, 2002
and 8 years 7 months from March 1, 2003.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source :
2. Receipts Budget, Government of India.
3. Accountant General, Posts & Telegraph.
4. Press releases and Indian Public Finance Statistics, Ministry of Finance, Government of India.
5. Report of the Advisory Committee to Advise on the Administered Interest Rates and Rationalisation of Savings Instruments.

196

TABLE 125 : SMALL SAVINGS


(` Billion)
Year

1
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source :
2. Accountant General, Post and Telegraphs.

197

TABLE 126 : MATURITY PATTERN OF GOVERNMENT OF INDIA RUPEE LOANS


(` Billion)
Year
(end-March)
1
1976
1977
1978
1979
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
2012
2013

Note :
compensation bond.
Also see Notes on Tables.

TRADE AND BALANCE


OF PAYMENTS
201

TABLE 127 : INDIAS FOREIGN TRADE - US DOLLAR


(US $ million)
Year
1
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics.

202

TABLE 128 : INDIAS FOREIGN TRADE - RUPEES


(` Billion)
Year
1
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note

Also see Notes on Tables.


Source : Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics.

203

TABLE 129 : EXPORTS OF PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES - US DOLLAR


(US $ million)
Commodity / Year
1
I. Primary Products
A. Agriculture and Allied Products
1. Tea
2. Coffee
3. Rice
4. Wheat
5. Cotton Raw including Waste
6. Tobacco
7. Cashew including Cashew Nut Shell Liquid
8. Spices
9. Oil Meals
10. Fruits and Vegetables
11. Processed Fruits, Juices, Miscellaneous Processed Items
12. Marine Products
13. Sugar and Mollases
14. Meat and Meat Preparations
15. Other Agriculture and Allied Products
B. Ores and Minerals
1. Iron Ore
2. Mica
3. Other Ores and Minerals
II. Manufactured Goods
A. Leather and Manufactures
B. Chemicals and Related Products
1. Basic Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals & Cosmetics
2. Plastic and Linoleum Products
3. Rubber, Glass, Paints, Enamels and Products
4. Residual Chemicals and Allied Products
C. Engineering Goods
1. Iron & Steel
2. Manufacture of Metals
3. Machinery and Instruments
4. Transport Equipnment
5. Electronic Goods
6. Other Engineering Goods
D. Textile and Textile Products
1. Cotton Yarn, Fabrics, Madeups, etc.
2. Natural Silk Yarn, Fabrics, Madeups, etc.,incl. Silk Waste
3. Manmade Yarn, Fabrics, Madeups, etc.
4. Manmade Staple Fibre
5. Woolen Yarn, Fabrics, Madeups, etc.
6. Readymade Garments
7. Jute & Jute Manufactures
8. Coir & Coir Manufactures

9. Carpets
(a) Carpet Handmade
(b) Carpet Millmade
(c) Silk Carpets
E. Gems and Jewellery
F. Handicrafts (excluding Handmade Carpets)
G. Other Manufactured Goods
III. Petroleum Products
IV. Others (All Commodities)
Total Exports
(Continued)

204

TABLE 129 : EXPORTS OF PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES - US DOLLAR (Concld.)


(US $ million)
Commodity / Year
1
I. Primary Products
A. Agriculture and Allied Products
1. Tea
2. Coffee
3. Rice
4. Wheat
5. Cotton Raw including Waste
6. Tobacco
7. Cashew including Cashew Nut Shell Liquid
8. Spices
9. Oil Meals
10. Fruits and Vegetables
12. Marine Products
13. Sugar and Mollases
14. Meat and Meat Preparations
15. Other Agriculture and Allied Products
B. Ores and Minerals
1. Iron Ore
2. Mica
3. Other Ores and Minerals
II. Manufactured Goods
A. Leather and Manufactures
B. Chemicals and Related Products
1. Basic Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals & Cosmetics
2. Plastic and Linoleum Products
3. Rubber, Glass, Paints, Enamels and Products
4. Residual Chemicals and Allied Products
C. Engineering Goods
1. Iron & Steel
2. Manufacture of Metals
3. Machinery and Instruments
4. Transport Equipnment
5. Electronic Goods
6. Other Engineering Goods

D. Textile and Textile Products


1. Cotton Yarn, Fabrics, Madeups, etc.
3. Manmade Yarn, Fabrics, Madeups, etc.
4. Manmade Staple Fibre
5. Woolen Yarn, Fabrics, Madeups, etc.
6. Readymade Garments
7. Jute & Jute Manufactures
8. Coir & Coir Manufactures
9. Carpets
(a) Carpet Handmade
(b) Carpet Millmade
(c) Silk Carpets
E. Gems and Jewellery
F. Handicrafts (excluding Handmade Carpets)
G. Other Manufactured Goods
III. Petroleum Products
IV. Others (All Commodities)
Total Exports
Note
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics.

205

TABLE 130 : EXPORTS OF PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES - RUPEES


(` Billion)
Commodity / Year
1
I. Primary Products
A. Agriculture and Allied Products
1. Tea
2. Coffee
3. Rice
4. Wheat
5. Cotton Raw including Waste
6. Tobacco
7. Cashew including Cashew Nut Shell Liquid
8. Spices
9. Oil Meals
10. Fruits and Vegetables
11. Processed Fruits, Juices, Miscellaneous
Processed Items
12. Marine Products
13. Sugar and Mollases
14. Meat and Meat Preparations
15. Other Agriculture and Allied Products
B. Ores and Minerals
1. Iron Ore
2. Mica
3. Other Ores and Minerals
II. Manufactured Goods

A. Leather and Manufactures


B. Chemicals and Related Products
1. Basic Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals & Cosmetics
2. Plastic and Linoleum Products
3. Rubber, Glass, Paints, Enamels and Products
4. Residual Chemicals and Allied Products
C. Engineering Goods
1. Iron & Steel
2. Manufacture of Metals
3. Machinery and Instruments
4. Transport Equipnment
5. Electronic Goods
6. Other Engineering Goods
D. Textile and Textile Products
1. Cotton Yarn, Fabrics, Madeups, etc.
2. Natural Silk Yarn, Fabrics, Madeups, etc.,incl. Silk Waste
3. Manmade Yarn, Fabrics, Madeups, etc.
4. Manmade Staple Fibre
5. Woolen Yarn, Fabrics, Madeups, etc.
6. Readymade Garments
7. Jute & Jute Manufactures
8. Coir & Coir Manufactures
9. Carpets
(a) Carpet Handmade
(b) Carpet Millmade
(c) Silk Carpets
E. Gems and Jewellery
F. Handicrafts (excluding Handmade Carpets)
G. Other Manufactured Goods
III. Petroleum Products
IV. Others
Total Exports
(Continued)

206

TABLE 130 : EXPORTS OF PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES - RUPEES (Concld.)


(` Billion)
Commodity / Year
1
I. Primary Products
A. Agriculture and Allied Products
1. Tea
2. Coffee
3. Rice
4. Wheat
5. Cotton Raw including Waste
6. Tobacco
7. Cashew including Cashew Nut Shell Liquid
8. Spices
9. Oil Meals
10. Fruits and Vegetables

11. Processed Fruits, Juices, Miscellaneous


Processed Items
12. Marine Products
13. Sugar and Mollases
14. Meat and Meat Preparations
15. Other Agriculture and Allied Products
B. Ores and Minerals
1. Iron Ore
2. Mica
3. Other Ores and Minerals
II. Manufactured Goods
A. Leather and Manufactures
B. Chemicals and Related Products
1. Basic Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals & Cosmetics
2. Plastic and Linoleum Products
3. Rubber, Glass, Paints, Enamels and Products
4. Residual Chemicals and Allied Products
C. Engineering Goods
1. Iron & Steel
2. Manufacture of Metals
3. Machinery and Instruments
4. Transport Equipnment
5. Electronic Goods
6. Other Engineering Goods
D. Textile and Textile Products
1. Cotton Yarn, Fabrics, Madeups, etc.
3. Manmade Yarn, Fabrics, Madeups, etc.
4. Manmade Staple Fibre
5. Woolen Yarn, Fabrics, Madeups, etc.
6. Readymade Garments
7. Jute & Jute Manufactures
8. Coir & Coir Manufactures
9. Carpets
(a) Carpet Handmade
(b) Carpet Millmade
(c) Silk Carpets
E. Gems and Jewellery
F. Handicrafts (excluding Handmade Carpets)
G. Other Manufactured Goods
III. Petroleum Products
IV. Others
Total Exports
Note
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics.

207

TABLE 131 : IMPORTS OF PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES - US DOLLAR


(US $ million)

1
I.

6. Metalliferrous Ores, Metal Scrap,


7. Iron and Steel
II. Non-Bulk Imports
A. Capital Goods
1. Manufactures of Metals
2. Machine Tools

3. Machinery except Electrical and E

4. Electrical Machinery except Elect


5. Electronic Goods
6. Computer Goods
7. Transport Equipment
8. Project Goods
B. Mainly Export Related Items

1. Pearls, Precious and Semi-Precio

2. Organic and Inorganic Chemicals


3. Textile Yarn, Fabrics, Made-Ups,
4. Cashew Nuts
C. Others
1. Gold and Silver
a) Gold
b) Silver

2. Artificial Resins and Plastic Mater

3. Professional, Scientific Controllin

Instruments, Photographic Optical G


4. Coal, Coke and Briquittes, etc.

5. Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Pro

6. Chemical Materials and Products

7. Non-Metallic Mineral Manufacture


8. Others
Total Imports
(Continued)

208

TABLE 131 : IMPORTS OF PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES - US DOLLAR (Concld.)

(US $ million)

1
I.

II.

3. Machinery except Electrical and E

4. Electrical Machinery except Elect


5. Electronic Goods
6. Computer Goods
7. Transport Equipment
8. Project Goods
B. Mainly Export Related Items

1. Pearls, Precious and Semi-Precio

2. Organic and Inorganic Chemicals


3. Textile Yarn, Fabrics, Made-Ups,
4. Cashew Nuts
C. Others
1. Gold and Silver
a) Gold
b) Silver

2. Artificial Resins and Plastic Mater

Note
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics.

209

TABLE 132 : IMPORTS OF PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES - RUPEES


(` Billion)
Commodity / Year
1
I. Bulk Imports
A. Petroleum, Crude and Products
B. Bulk Consumption Goods
1. Cereals and Cereal Preparations
2. Edible Oils
3. Pulses
4. Sugar
C. Other Bulk Items
1. Fertilisers
a) Crude
b) Sulphur and Unroasted Iron Pyrites
c) Manufactured
2. Non-Ferrous Metals
3. Paper, Paper Boards, Manufactures
including News Prints
4. Crude Rubber, including Synthetic
and Reclaimed
5. Pulp and Waste Paper
6. Metalliferrous Ores, Metal Scrap, etc.
7. Iron and Steel
II. Non-Bulk Imports
A. Capital Goods
1. Manufactures of Metals
2. Machine Tools
3. Machinery except Electrical and Electronic
4. Electrical Machinery except Electronic
5. Electronic Goods
6. Computer Goods
7. Transport Equipment
8. Project Goods
B. Mainly Export Related Items
1. Pearls, Precious and Semi-Precious Stones
2. Organic and Inorganic Chemicals
3. Textile Yarn, Fabrics, Made-Ups, etc.
4. Cashew Nuts
C. Others
1. Gold and Silver
a) Gold
b) Silver
2. Artificial Resins and Plastic Materials, etc.
3. Professional, Scientific Controlling
Instruments,Photographic Optical Goods
4. Coal, Coke and Briquittes, etc.
5. Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Products
6. Chemical Materials and Products
7. Non-Metallic Mineral Manufactures

8. Others
Total Imports
Note
2. Due to change in commodity classification by the DGCI&S, data on 'Chemical elements and compounds', 'Machinery, other than electric and electrical
machinery apparatus and appliances' from 1970-71 to 1956-76 and 1976-77 to 1986-87 may not be strictly comparable.
* : Cereals and Cereal Preparations includes wheat from 2006-07.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics.

210

TABLE 133 : EXPORTS OF SELECT COMMODITIES TO PRINCIPAL


COUNTRIES - US DOLLAR
Commodity /
Country
1
Tea
Germany
Iran
Iraq
Japan
Kazakhstan
Poland
Russia
U.A.E.
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total
Coffee
Belgium
Germany
Italy
Latvia
Netherlands
Russia
Spain
Switzerland
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total
Rice
Bangladesh
France
Kuwait
Saudi Arabia
Singapore
South Africa
U.A.E.

U.K.
U.S.A
Yemen
Others
Total
Tobacco
Belgium
Germany
Netherlands
Russia
Saudi Arabia
Singapore
U.A.E.
U.K.
U.S.A
Yemen
Others
Total
Spices
Bangladesh
Germany
Japan
Saudi Arabia
Singapore
Spain
Sri Lanka
U.A.E.
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total
(Continued)

211

TABLE 133 : EXPORTS OF SELECT COMMODITIES TO PRINCIPAL


COUNTRIES - US DOLLAR (Contd.)
(US $ million)
Commodity /
Country
1
Cashew including Cashew Nut Shell Liquid
Canada
France
Israel
Italy
Japan
Netherlands
Saudi Arabia
U.A.E.
U.K.
U.S.A

Others
Total
Oil Meals
Bangladesh
Indonesia
Japan
Korea, Republic of
Pakistan
Russia
Singapore
Sri Lanka
Thailand
Vietnam
Others
Total
Marine Products
China People's Republic of
Chinese Taipei
Hong Kong
Italy
Japan
Spain
Thailand
U.A.E.
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total
Iron Ore
Belgium
Chile
China People's Republic of
Chinese Taipei
Iran
Japan
Korea, Republic of
Pakistan
South Africa
Turkey
Others
Total
Leather and Manufactures
France
Germany
Hong Kong
Italy
Netherlands
Portugal
Russia
Spain
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total

212

TABLE 133 : EXPORTS OF SELECT COMMODITIES TO PRINCIPAL


COUNTRIES - US DOLLAR (Contd.)
(US $ million)
Commodity /
Country
1
Gems and Jewellery
Belgium
Hong Kong
Israel
Japan
Singapore
Switzerland
Thailand
U.A.E.
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total
Chemicals & allied products
Brazil
China People's republic of
Germany
Hong Kong
Italy
Netherlands
Russia
U.A.E.
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total
Engineering Goods
Bangladesh
Germany
Hong Kong
Italy
Malaysia
Singapore
Sri Lanka
U.A.E.
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total
Cotton yarn, fabrics, madeups, etc.
Bangladesh
Germany
Hong Kong
Italy
Japan

Korea, Republic of
Mauritius
U.A.E.
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total
Readymade Garment
Canada
France
Germany
Italy
Japan
Netherlands
Russia
U.A.E.
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total

213

TABLE 133 : EXPORTS OF SELECT COMMODITIES TO PRINCIPAL


COUNTRIES - US DOLLAR (Concld.)
(US $ million)
Commodity /
Country
1
Jute & Jute Manufacturers
Australia
Belgium
Egypt, Arab
Republic of
Germany
Italy
Japan
Saudi Arabia
Turkey
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total
Carpets
Australia
Canada
France
Germany
Italy
Japan
Spain
Sweden
U.K.

U.S.A
Others
Total
Note : Data for 2011-12 are revised and for 2012-13 are provisional.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics.

214

TABLE 134 : EXPORTS OF SELECT COMMODITIES TO PRINCIPAL


COUNTRIES - RUPEES
(` Billion)
Commodity/
Country
1
Tea
Germany
Iran
Iraq
Japan
Kazakhstan
Poland
Russia
U.A.E.
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total
Coffee
Belgium
Germany
Italy
Latvia
Netherlands
Russia
Spain
Switzerland
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total
Rice
Bangladesh
France
Kuwait
Saudi Arabia
Singapore
South Africa
U.A.E.
U.K.

U.S.A
Yemen
Others
Total
Tobacco
Belgium
Germany
Netherlands
Russia
Saudi Arabia
Singapore
U.A.E.
U.K.
U.S.A
Yemen
Others
Total
Spices
Bangladesh
Germany
Japan
Saudi Arabia
Singapore
Spain
Sri Lanka
U.A.E.
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total
(Continued)

215

TABLE 134 : EXPORTS OF SELECT COMMODITIES TO PRINCIPAL


COUNTRIES - RUPEES(Contd.)
(` Billion)
Commodity/
Country
1
Cashew including cashew nut shell liquid
Canada
France
Israel
Italy
Japan
Netherlands
Saudi Arabia
U.A.E.
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total

Oil Meals
Bangladesh
Indonesia
Japan
Korea, Republic of
Pakistan
Russia
Singapore
Sri Lanka
Thailand
Vietnam
Others
Total
Marine Products
China People's Republicof
Chinese Taipei
Hong Kong
Italy
Japan
Spain
Thailand
U.A.E.
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total
Iron Ore
Belgium
Chile
China People's Republicof
Chinese Taipei
Iran
Japan
Korea, Republic of
Pakistan
South Africa
Turkey
Others
Total
Leather and Manufactures
France
Germany
Hong Kong
Italy
Netherlands
Portugal
Russia
Spain
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total

216

TABLE 134 : EXPORTS OF SELECT COMMODITIES TO PRINCIPAL


COUNTRIES - RUPEES(Contd.)
(` Billion)
Commodity/
Country
1
Gems and Jewellery
Belgium
Hong Kong
Israel
Japan
Singapore
Switzerland
Thailand
U.A.E.
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total
Chemicals & allied products
Brazil
China People's Republic
Germany
Hong Kong
Italy
Netherlands
Russia
U.A.E.
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total
Engineering Goods
Bangladesh
Germany
Hong Kong
Italy
Malaysia
Singapore
Sri Lanka
U.A.E.
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total
Bangladesh
Germany
Hong Kong
Italy
Japan
Korea, Republic of

Mauritius
U.A.E.
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total
Readymade Garments
Canada
France
Germany
Italy
Japan
Netherlands
Russia
U.A.E.
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total

217

TABLE 134 : EXPORTS OF SELECT COMMODITIES TO PRINCIPAL


COUNTRIES - RUPEES(Concld.)
(` Billion)
Commodity/
Country
1
Jute & Jute Manufactures
Australia
Belgium
Egypt, Arab Republic of
Germany
Italy
Japan
Saudi Arabia
Turkey
U.K.
U.S.A
Others
Total
Carpets
Australia
Canada
France
Germany
Italy
Japan
Spain
Sweden
U.K.
U.S.A
Others

Total
Note
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics.

218

TABLE 135 : DIRECTION OF FOREIGN TRADE - US DOLLAR


(US $ million)
Group / Country
1
I.
A. EU

II.

III.

A. Asia

B. Africa

Note
Source : Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics.

219

TABLE 136 : DIRECTION OF FOREIGN TRADE - RUPEES


(` Billion)
Group / Country
1
I. OECD countries
A. EU
of which:
1. Belgium
2. France
3. Germany
4. Italy
5. Netherlands
6. U.K.
B. North America
1. Canada
2. U.S.A
C. Asia and Oceania
of which:
1. Australia
2. Japan
D. Other OECD countries
of which:
1. Switzerland

II. OPEC
of which:
1.Indonesia
2. Iran
3. Iraq
4. Kuwait
5. Saudi Arabia
6. U.A.E.
III. Eastern Europe
of which:
1. Romania
2. Russia
IV. Developing countries
of which:
A. Asia
a) SAARC
1. Afghanistan
2. Bangladesh
3. Bhutan
4. Maldives
5. Nepal
6. Pakistan
7. Sri Lanka
b) Other Asian
developing countries
of which
1. China People's Republic of
2. Hong Kong
3. South Korea
4. Malaysia
5. Singapore
6. Thailand
B. Africa
of which:
1. Benin
2. Egypt, Arab Republic of
3. Kenya
4. South Africa
5. Sudan
6. Tanzania
7. Zambia
C. Latin American countries
V. Others / unspecified
Total Trade
Note :

Data for 2011-12 are revised and for 2012-13 are provisional.

Source : Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics.

220

TABLE 137 : INDEX NUMBERS AND TERMS OF FOREIGN TRADE


Year
1

1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
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
2012-13
Note : 1. Gross terms of trade implies volume index of imports expressed as percentage of volume index of exports.
2. Net terms of trade implies unit value index of exports expressed as percentage of unit value index of imports.
3. Income terms of trade implies the product of net terms of trade and volume index of exports expressed as a percentage.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics.

221

TABLE 138: INDEX NUMBERS OF EXPORTS - QUANTUM AND UNIT VALUE


(Base : 1999-2000 = 100)

Commodity/ Year
1
I. Food & live animals
1. Meat and meat preparations
2. Fish and fish preparations
3. Cereals and cereal
preparations
of which :
(a) Rice
4. Vegetables, fruit and nuts
(a) Vegetables
(b) Fruits and nuts
5. Coffee, tea, cocoa, spices and
manufactures thereof
of which :
(a) Coffee
(b) Tea
(c) Spices
6. Oilseed cake
II. Beverages & tobacco
1. Tobacco and tobacco
manufactures
III. Crude materials, inedible,
except fuels
1. Textile fibers and their wastes
of which :
(a) Raw cotton
2. Minerals (excluding coal,
petroleum, crude fertilisers,
sulphur and precious stones)
3. Metalliferous ores and metal
scrap
of which :
(a) Iron ore and concentrates
4. Crude animals and vegetables
material n.e.s.
IV. Mineral fuels, lubricants and
related materials
1. Coal, coke and briquettes
2. Petroleum, petroleum
products and related materials
of which :
(a) Petroleum other than
crude
(b) Petroleum products
3. Gas (natural and

manufactured)
V. Animal & vegetable oil, fats
& waxes
1. Fixed vegetables fats and oils
VI. Chemicals & related products
1. Organic chemicals
2. Dyeing, tanning and colouring
materials
3. Medicinal and pharmaceutical
products
4. Plastics
5. Insecticides, rodenticides,
fungicides, herbicides, etc.
6. Starches, inulin and wheat
gluten, albuminoidal substances,
glues
(Continued)

222

TABLE 138: INDEX NUMBERS OF EXPORTS - QUANTUM AND UNIT VALUE


(Base : 1999-2000 = 100)
Commodity/ Year
1
VII. Manufactured goods
classified chiefly by
material
1. Leather & leather manufactures
and dressed fur skins
2. Textile yarn, fabrics, made-up
articles and related products
of which :
(a) Textile yarn
(b) Cotton fabrics woven
(c) Textile fibers other than
cotton
(d) Made-up articles of textile
materials
(e) Floor coverings
3. Pearls and precious/
semiprecious stones
4. Iron & steel
5. Tools for use in the hand/
machines
VIII. Machinery & transport
equipment
1. Power generating machinery
and equipment
2. Machinery specialised for
particular industries
3. Metal working machinery

4. General industrial machinery,


equipments and parts
5. Office machines and automatic
data processing machines
6. Telecommunication and sound
recording/ reproducing
apparatus and equipment
7. Electrical machinery, apparatus,
appliances and electrical parts
8. Road vehicles (including air
cushion), parts and accessories
9. Other transport equipment
IX. Miscellaneous manufactured
articles
1. Travel goods, handicrafts and
similar containers
2. Articles of apparel and clothing
accessories
3. Footwear
4. Miscellaneous manufactured
articles
of which :
(a) Jewellery, goldsmiths' and
silver smiths' wares
(b) Musical instruments, parts
and accessories
General index
Q : Quantum index
. : Means trade negligible or is not recorded during the period
n. e. s.: not elsewhere specified or included.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics.

223

TABLE 139: INDEX NUMBERS OF IMPORTS - QUANTUM AND UNIT VALUE


(Base : 1999-2000 = 100)

1
I. Food & live animals
1. Dairy products & bird's
eggs
2. Cereals & cereal
preparations
3. Vegetables, fruits & nuts
of which :
(a) Fruits & nuts
4. Coffee, tea, cocoa, spices
and manufactures thereof
of which :
(a) Spices
5. Feeding stuff for animals

II. Beverages & tobacco


1. Beverages
2. Tobacco and tobacco
manufactures
III. Crude materials, inedible,
except fuels
1. Crude rubber including
synthetic & reclaimed
2. Cork and wood
3. Pulp & waste paper
4. Textile fibers & their
wastes
5. Crude fertilisers
6. Minerals (excluding coal,
petroleum, crude fertilisers,
sulphur and precious
stones)
7. Metalliferous ores and
metal scrap
of which :
(a) Ferrous waste and scrap
(b) Copper ores &
concentrates
IV. Mineral fuels, lubricants and
related materials
1. Coal, coke and briquettes
2. Petroleum & petroleum
products
of which :
(a) Petroleum crude
(b) Petroleum other than
crude
(c) Petroleum products
3. Gas, natural and
manufactured
V. Animal & vegetable oil,
fats & waxes
1. Fixed vegetables fats and
oils, crude, refined or
fractionated
VI. Chemicals & related
products
1. Organic chemicals
2. Inorganic chemicals
3. Dyeing, tanning & colouring
materials
4. Medicinal & pharmaceutical
products
5. Fertilisers, manufactured
6. Plastics in primary & non
primary form
7. Insecticides, rodenticides,
fungicides, herbicides etc
8. Prepared additives for
mineral oils and the like

(Continued)

224

TABLE 139: INDEX NUMBERS OF IMPORTS - QUANTUM AND UNIT VALUE


(Base : 1999-2000 = 100)

1
VII. Manufactured goods
classified chiefly by material
1. Paper, paperboard &
articles of paper pulp
2. Textile yarn, fabrics, madeup articles and related
products
of which :
(a) Textile yarn
3. Pearls and precious or
semiprecious stones
4. Iron & steel
5. Non-ferrous metals
of which :
(a) Copper
(b) Aluminum
6. Nails, screws, nuts, bolts
rivets and the like of metals
7. Tools for use in the hand or
in machines
VIII. Machinery & transport
equipment
1. Power generating
machinery & equipment
2. Machinery specialised for
particular industries
3. Metal working machinery
4. General industrial
machinery, equipment &
machine parts
5. Office machines &
automatic data processing
machines
6. Telecommunication, sound
recording/ reproducing
appratus and equipment
7. Electrical machinery,
apparatus, appliances and
parts thereof
of which :
(a) Switches, voltage limiters,
plugs and sockets &
junction boxes, etc.
(b) Electro diagnostic
apparatus for medical &

radiological apparatus
8. Road vehicles (including air
cushion), parts and accessories
9. Other transport equipment
IX. Miscellaneous manufactured
articles
1. Professional, scientific and
controlling investment and
apparatus
2. Photographic apparatus,
equipments & supplies and
optical goods, watches & clocks
3. Miscellaneous manufactured
articles
of which :
(a) Musical instruments, parts &
accessories
General index
Q : Quantum index
. : Means trade negligible or is not recorded during the period
- : Means not available.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics.

225

TABLE 140 : INDIA'S OVERALL BALANCE OF PAYMENTS


US DOLLAR
(US $ million)
Item/Year
1
A. Current account
1. Merchandise
2. Invisibles (a+b+c)
a) Services
i) Travel
ii)Transportation
iii) Insurance
iv) G.n.i.e.
v) Miscellaneous
of which :

b) Transfers
i) Official
ii) Private
c) Income
i) Investment income
Total Current account (1+2)
B. Capital account

1. Foreign investment (a+b)


a) Foreign direct investment (i+ii)
i) In India
Equity
Reinvested earnings
Other Capital
ii) Abroad
Equity
Reinvested earnings
Other capital
b) Portfolio investment
i) In India
of which:
ii) Abroad
2. Loans (a+b+c)
a) External assistance
i) By India
ii) To India
b) Commercial borrowings
i) By India
ii) To India
c) Short term to India

3. Banking capital (a+b)


a) Commercial Banks
i) Assets
ii) Liabilities
of which:
b) Others
4. Rupee debt service
5. Other capital
Total capital account (1 to 5)
C. Errors & omissions
D. Overall balance (A+B+C)
E. Monetary movements (i+ii)
i) I.M.F.
of which: SDR Allocation
(Continued)

226

TABLE 140 : INDIA'S OVERALL BALANCE OF PAYMENTS


US DOLLAR (Contd.)
(US $ million
Item/Year
1
A. Current account
1. Merchandise
2. Invisibles (a+b+c)
a) Services

i) Travel
ii)Transportation
iii) Insurance
iv) G.n.i.e.
v) Miscellaneous
of which :

b) Transfers
i) Official
ii) Private
c) Income
i) Investment income
Total Current account (1+2)
B. Capital account
1. Foreign investment (a+b)
i) In India
Equity
Reinvested earnings
Other Capital
ii) Abroad
Equity
Reinvested earnings
Other capital
b) Portfolio investment
i) In India
of which:
ii) Abroad
2. Loans (a+b+c)
a) External assistance
i) By India
ii) To India
b) Commercial borrowings
i) By India
ii) To India
c) Short term to India

3. Banking capital (a+b)


a) Commercial Banks
i) Assets
ii) Liabilities
of which:
b) Others
4. Rupee debt service
5. Other capital
Total capital account (1 to 5)
C. Errors & omissions
D. Overall balance (A+B+C)
E. Monetary movements (i+ii)
i) I.M.F.

of which: SDR Allocation


G.n.i.e. : Government not included elsewhere.
Note :
2. Total may not tally due to rounding off.
Also see Notes on Tables.

227

TABLE 141 : INDIA'S OVERALL BALANCE OF PAYMENTS - RUPEES


(` Billion)
Item/Year
1
A. Current account
1. Merchandise
2. Invisibles (a+b+c)
a) Services
i) Travel
ii)Transportation
iii) Insurance
iv) G.n.i.e.
v) Miscellaneous
of which:

b) Transfers
i) Official
ii) Private
c) Income

Total Current account (1+2)


Item/Year
B. Capital account

i) In India
Equity
Other capital
ii) Abroad
Equity
Other capital
b) Portfolio investment
i) In India
of which:
ii) Abroad
2. Loans (a+b+c)
a) External assistance
i) By India

ii) To India
ii) By India
ii) To India
c) Short term to India

3. Banking capital (a+b)


a) Commercial banks
i) Assets
ii) Liabilities
of which:
b) Others
4. Rupee debt service
5. Other capital
Total capital account (1 to 5)
C. Errors & omissions
D. Overall balance (A+B+C)
E. Monetary movements (i+ii)
i) I.M.F.

(Continued)

228

TABLE 141 : INDIA'S OVERALL BALANCE OF PAYMENTS - RUPEES (Contd.)


(` Billion)
Item/Year
1
A. Current account
1. Merchandise
2. Invisibles (a+b+c)
a) Services
i) Travel
ii)Transportation
iii) Insurance
iv) G.n.i.e.
v) Miscellaneous
of which:

b) Transfers
i) Official
ii) Private
c) Income
i) Investment income
Total Current account (1+2)
Item/Year
B. Capital account

i) In India
Equity
Other capital
ii) Abroad
Equity
Other capital
b) Portfolio investment
i) In India
of which:
ii) Abroad
2. Loans (a+b+c)
a) External assistance
i) By India
ii) To India
ii) By India
ii) To India
c) Short term to India

3. Banking capital (a+b)


a) Commercial banks
i) Assets
ii) Liabilities
of which:
b) Others
4. Rupee debt service
5. Other capital
Total capital account (1 to 5)
C. Errors & omissions
D. Overall balance (A+B+C)
i) I.M.F.

G.n.i.e.: Government not included elsewhere.


Note
2. Total may not tally due to rounding off.
Also see Notes on Tables.

229

TABLE 142 : KEY COMPONENTS OF INDIA'S BALANCE OF PAYMENTS


- US DOLLAR
(US $ million)
Item/ Year
1
I. Merchandise

A) Exports, f.o.b.
B) Imports, c.i.f.
Trade balance (A-B)
II. Invisibles, net
III. Current account (I+II)
IV. Capital account (A to F)
A) Foreign Investment
B) External assistance, net
C) Commercial borrowings, net
D) Rupee debt service
E) NRI deposits, net
F) Other capital
V. Overall balance (III+IV)
VI. Monetary movements (VII+VIII+IX)
VII. Reserves (increase -/ decrease +)
VIII. IMF, net
IX. SDR allocation
Item/ Year
1
I. Merchandise
A) Exports, f.o.b.
B) Imports, c.i.f.
Trade balance (A-B)
II. Invisibles, net
III. Current account (I+II)
IV. Capital account (A to F)
A) Foreign Investment
B) External assistance, net
C) Commercial borrowings, net
D) Rupee debt service
E) NRI deposits, net
F) Other capital
V. Overall balance (III+IV)
VI. Monetary movements (VII+VIII+IX)
VII. Reserves (increase -/ decrease +)
VIII. IMF, net
IX. SDR allocation
Item/ Year
1
I. Merchandise
A) Exports, f.o.b.
B) Imports, c.i.f.
Trade balance (A-B)
II. Invisibles, net
III. Current account (I+II)
IV. Capital account (A to F)
A) Foreign Investment
B) External assistance, net
C) Commercial borrowings, net
D) Rupee debt service
E) NRI deposits, net
F) Other capital
V. Overall balance (III+IV)
VI. Monetary movements (VII+VIII+IX)
VII. Reserves (increase -/ decrease +)

VIII. IMF, net


IX. SDR allocation
Note : 1. Data for 2012-13 are preliminary estimates and data for 2011-12 are partially revised.
2. Capital account includes Errors and omissions.
Also see Notes on Tables.

230

TABLE 143 : KEY COMPONENTS OF INDIA'S BALANCE OF


PAYMENTS - RUPEES
(` Billion)
Item / Year
1
I. Merchandise
A) Exports, f.o.b.
B) Imports, c.i.f.
I. Trade balance (A-B)
II. Invisibles, net
III. Current account (I+II)
IV. Capital account (A to F)
A) Foreign Investment
B) External assistance, net
C) Commercial borrowings, net
D) Rupee debt service
E) NRI deposits, net
F) Other capital
V. Overall balance (III+IV)
VI. Monetary movements (VII+VIII+IX)
VII. Reserves (increase -/ decrease +)
VIII. IMF, net
IX. SDR allocation
Item / Year
1
I. Merchandise
A) Exports, f.o.b.
B) Imports, c.i.f.
I. Trade balance (A-B)
II. Invisibles, net
III. Current account (I+II)
IV. Capital account (A to F)
A) Foreign Investment
B) External assistance, net
C) Commercial borrowings, net
D) Rupee debt service
E) NRI deposits, net
F) Other capital
V. Overall balance (III+IV)
VI. Monetary movements (VII+VIII+IX)
VII. Reserves (increase -/ decrease +)
VIII. IMF, net
IX. SDR allocation
Item / Year

1
I. Merchandise
A) Exports, f.o.b.
B) Imports, c.i.f.
I. Trade balance (A-B)
II. Invisibles, net
III. Current account (I+II)
IV. Capital account (A to F)
A) Foreign Investment
B) External assistance, net
C) Commercial borrowings, net
D) Rupee debt service
E) NRI deposits, net
F) Other capital
V. Overall balance (III+IV)
VI. Monetary movements (VII+VIII+IX)
VII. Reserves (increase -/ decrease +)
VIII. IMF, net
IX. SDR allocation
Note :
2. Capital account includes Errors and omissions
Also see Notes on Tables.

231

TABLE 144 : INVISIBLES BY CATEGORY OF TRANSACTIONS - US DOLLARS


(US $ million)
Item/Year
1

I. Non-factor Services, Net (i to v)


Receipts
Payments
i) Travel, Net
Receipts
Payments
ii) Transportation, Net
Receipts
Payments
iii) Insurance, Net
Receipts
Payments
iv) G.n.i.e., Net
Receipts
Payments
v) Miscellaneous, Net
Receipts
Payments
II. Income, Net
Receipts
Payments
i) Investment income, Net
Receipts

Payments
ii) Compensation of Employees, Net
Receipts
Payments
III. Private Transfers, Net
Receipts
Payments
IV. Official Transfers, Net
Receipts

Item/Year
1

Receipts
Payments
iv) G.n.i.e., Net
Receipts
Payments
v) Miscellaneous, Net
Receipts
Payments
II. Income, Net
Receipts
Payments
i) Investment income, Net
Receipts
Payments
ii) Compensation of Employees, Net
Receipts

Note
2. Totals may not tally due to rounding off.
Also see Notes on Tables.

232

TABLE 145 : INVISIBLES BY CATEGORY OF TRANSACTIONS - RUPEES


(` Billion)
Item/Year
1

Receipts
Payments
iv) G.n.i.e., Net
Receipts
Payments
v) Miscellaneous, Net
Receipts
Payments
II. Income, Net
Receipts
Payments
i) Investment Income, Net
Receipts
Payments

ii) Compensation of Employees, Net


Receipts

Item/Year
1

Receipts
Payments
ii) Transportation, Net
Receipts
Payments

iii) Insurance, Net


Receipts
Payments
iv) G.n.i.e., Net
Receipts
Payments
v) Miscellaneous, Net
Receipts
Payments
II. Income, Net
Receipts
Payments
i) Investment Income, Net
Receipts
Payments

ii) Compensation of Employees, Net


Receipts
Payments
III. Private Transfers, Net
Receipts
Payments
IV. Official Transfers, Net
Receipts
Payments
V. Invisibles, Net (I to IV)
Receipts
Payments
Note
2. Totals may not tally due to rounding off.
Also see Notes on Tables.

233

TABLE 146 : EXCHANGE RATE OF THE INDIAN RUPEE VIS-A-VIS THE SDR,
US DOLLAR, POUND STERLING, D. M. / EURO AND JAPANESE YEN
(Calendar Year - Annual Average)
(` per unit of foreign currency)
Year
1
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
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
2012
Note : 1. The exchange rate for Japanese Yen is in ` per 100 Yen.
2. Data from 1973 to1992 are based on official exchange rates.
3. Data from 1993 onwards are based on FEDAI (Foreign Exchange Dealers' Association of India) indicative rates.
4. The Euro replaced the Deutsche Mark w.e.f. January 1, 1999.

234
TABLE 147 : EXCHANGE RATE OF THE INDIAN RUPEE VIS--VIS THE SDR,
US DOLLAR, POUND STERLING, D. M. / EURO AND JAPANESE YEN
(Financial Year - Annual Average and End-year Rates)
(` per unit of foreign currency)

Year
1
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note : 1. The data on exchange rate for Japanese Yen is in ` per 100 Yen.
2. The end year rate for 1998-99 pertain to March 26, 1999 of Deutsche Mark rate.
3. Data from 1971 to1991-92 are based on official exchange rates.
4. Data from 1992-93 onwards are based on FEDAI (Foreign Exchange Dealers' Association of India) indicative rates.
5. Data from 1971 to 1972-73 for the Deutsche Mark and the Japanese Yen are cross rates with the US Dollar.
6. The Euro replaced the Deutsche Mark w.e.f. January 1, 1999.

235

TABLE 148 : INDICES OF REAL EFFECTIVE EXCHANGE RATE (REER) AND NOMINAL EFFECTIVE
EXCHANGE RATE (NEER) OF THE INDIAN RUPEE (36- Currency Bilateral Weights)
(Calendar Year - Annual Average)
Year
1
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001

2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Note : 1. Data for 2011 and 2012 are provisional.
2. REER indices are recalculated from April 1993 onwards using the new Wholesale Price Index (WPI) series (Base : 1993-94 = 100).
3. The Base year is changed from 1993-94 to 2004-05.
4. A new 36-currency REER and NEER series has been introduced with effect from December 2005. The details regarding the new
series are available in the December 2005 issue of RBI Monthly Bulletin.
5. Annual average for 1993 is calculated taking data from April 1993 to December 1993.
Also see Notes on Tables.

236
TABLE 149 : INDICES OF REAL EFFECTIVE EXCHANGE RATE (REER) AND NOMINAL EFFECTIVE
EXCHANGE RATE (NEER) OF THE INDIAN RUPEE (36- Currency Bilateral Weights)
(Financial Year - Annual Average)
Year
1
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
2012-13
Note :
2. REER indices are recalculated from 1993-94 onwards using the new Wholesale Price Index (WPI) series (Base : 1993-94 = 100).
3. The Base year is changed from 1993-94 to 2004-05.

4. The 36-Country REER & NEER are revised as 36- Currency REER & NEER respectively and for note on Methodology on the
indices, please see 2005 Issue of RBI Bulletin.
Also see Notes on Tables.

237

TABLE 150 : EXTERNAL ASSISTANCE - US DOLLAR


(US $ million)
Year

1
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
2011-12
2012-13
(Continued)

238

TABLE 150 : EXTERNAL ASSISTANCE - RUPEES (Concld.)


(` Billion)

Year

1
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note :
Figures of utilisation are at current rates applicable at the date of transaction.
2. Figures of authorisation and utilisation include loans and grants on both government and non-government accounts.

239

TABLE 151 : NRI DEPOSITS OUTSTANDING - US DOLLAR


(US $ million)
Year
(end-March)
1

1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002

2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
FCNR(A)
FCNR(B)
FC(B&O)D
NRO

Year
(end-March)
1
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
FCNR(A)
FCNR(B)
FC(B&O)D
NRO

240

TABLE 153 : INFLOWS (+) / OUTFLOWS (-) UNDER VARIOUS


NRI DEPOSIT SCHEMES - US DOLLAR
(US $ million)

Year
(end-March)

1
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
2012-13
FCNR(A)
FCNR(B)
FC(B&O)D
NRO
Note : All figures are inclusive of accrued interest and valuation factor.

TABLE 154 : INFLOWS (+) / OUTFLOWS (-) UNDER VARIOUS


NRI DEPOSIT SCHEMES - RUPEES
(` Billion)

Year
(end-March)
1
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
2012-13
FCNR(A)

FCNR(B)
FC(B&O)D
NRO
Note : All figures are inclusive of accrued interest and valuation factor.

241

TABLE 155 : FOREIGN INVESTMENT INFLOWS


Year

1
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
Note :
2. Data from 1995-96 onwards include acquisition of shares of Indian companies by non-residents under Section 6 of FEMA, 1999. Data on such acqu
included as part of FDI since January 1996.
3. Data on FDI have been revised since 2000-01 with expanded coverage to approach international best practices.
4. Negative (-) sign indicates outflow.
5. Direct Investment data for 2006-07 include swap of shares of 3.1 billion.
Also see Notes on Tables.

242

Table 156 : FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES


End of
Financial
Year

1
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64

1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
'-'
: Foreign Currency Assets excludes US $ 250.00 millon invested in foreign currency denominated bonds issued by IIFC (UK)
since March 20, 2009, excludes US $ 380.00 million since September 16, 2011, US $ 550.00 million since February 27,
2012 and US $ 673 million since 30th March 2012 (as also its equivalent value in Indian Rupee).
# : Includes ` 314.63 Billion(US $ 6699 million) reflecting the purchase of 200 metric tonnes of gold from IMF on November 3,
2009

## : Includes SDRs 3082.5 million allocated under general allocation and SDRs 214.6 million allocated under special allocation
by the IMF done on August 28, 2009 and September 9, 2009, respectively.
Also see Notes on Tables.

243

TABLE 157 : INDIA'S EXTERNAL DEBT - US DOLLAR


(End - March)
(US $ million)
Item
1
I.
A.

B.

II.

III.

(Continued)

244

TABLE 157 : INDIA'S EXTERNAL DEBT - US DOLLAR


(End - March) (Contd.)
(US $ million)
Item
1
V. Commercial borrowing
a) Commercial bank loans
b) Securitized borrowings (inclu. IDBs and FCCBs )
c) Loans/Securitized borrowings,
multilateral/bilateral guarantee and IFC(W)
d) Self liquidating loans
VI. NRI & FC(B&O) deposits
VII. Rupee debt.
a) Defence
b) Civilian
VIII. Total long-term debt (I to VII)
IX. Short-term debt
a) NRI deposits
(up to 1 year maturity)
b) FC(B&O) deposits
(up to 1 year maturity)
c) Trade related Credits
1) 6 Months and above
up to 1 year
2) Up to 6 months
d) FII Investments on Govt. T Bills
and other instruments
e) Investments in Treasury Bills by Foreign
Central Banks and International Institutions
f) External Debt Liabilities of (i+ii)
i) Central Bank
ii) Commercial Bank
X. Gross Total Debt
Concessional Debt as % of Total Debt
Short Term Debt as % of Total Debt
Debt Stock- GDP Ratio (%)
Debt Service Ratio (%)

245

TABLE 157 : INDIA'S EXTERNAL DEBT - US DOLLAR


(End-March) (Contd.)
(US $ million)
Item
1
I.
A.

B.

II.

III.

246

TABLE 157 : INDIA'S EXTERNAL DEBT - US DOLLAR


(End-March) (Concld.)
(US $ million)
Item
1

c) Loans/Securitized borrowings,

multilateral/bilateral guarantee and IF


d) Self liquidating loans
VI. NRI & FC(B&O) deposits
VII. Rupee debt.
a) Defence
b) Civilian

VIII. Total long-term debt (I to VII)


IX. Short-term debt
a) NRI deposits
(up to 1 year maturity)
b) FC(B&O) deposits
(up to 1 year maturity)
c) Trade related Credits
1) 6 Months and above
up to 1 year

IDBs
Note
2. Multilateral non-concessional Government/ public sector/ financial institutions other borrowings refers to debt outstanding against loans from ADB.
3. Securitised commercial borrowings (inclu. IDBs and FCCBs) includes net Investment by 100% Fll debt funds, Resurgent India Bonds (RIBs) and
India Millennium Deposits (IMDs).
4. Rupee debt refers to debt owed to Russia denominated in Rupees and converted at current exchange rates, payable in exports.
5. Civilian's rupee debt includes Suppliers credit from end-March 1990 onwards.
6. Short-term debt does not include suppliers credit of up to180 days from 1994 till 2004.
7. Multilateral loans do not include revaluation of IBRD pooled loans and exchange rate adjustment under IDA loans for Pre-1971 credits.
8. Debt- service ratio from the year 1992 - 93 includes the revised private transfer contra-entry on account of gold and silver imports.
Source : External Debt Management Unit, Ministry of Finance and Reserve Bank of India.

247

TABLE 158 : INDIAS EXTERNAL DEBT - RUPEES


(End-March)
(` Billion)
Item
1
I. Multilateral

II.

(Continued)

248

TABLE 158 : INDIAS EXTERNAL DEBT - RUPEES


(End-March) (Contd.)
(` Billion)
Item
1
V. Commercial Borrowing
a) Commercial Bank Loans
b) Securitized Borrowings
(inclu. IDBs and FCCBs)
c) Loans/Securitized Borrowing

d) Self Liquidating Loans


VI. NRI & FC(B&O) Deposits
VII. Rupee Debt
a) Defence
b) Civilian
VIII. Total Long-term Debt (I to VII)
IX. Short-term Debt

a) NRI Deposits
(up to 1 year maturity)
b) FC (B&O) Deposits
( up to 1 year maturity)
c) Trade related credits
1) Up to 6 Months
2
d) FII Investments in Govt. T Bills
and Other Instruments

f) External Debt Liabilities of (i+ii)


i) Central Bank
ii) Commercial Bank
X. Gross Total Debt
Concessional Debt as % of Total Debt
Short-term Debt as % of Total Debt
Debt Stock- GDP Ratio (%)
Debt Service Ratio (%)

249

TABLE 158 : INDIAS EXTERNAL DEBT - RUPEES


(End-March) (Contd.)
(` Billion)
Item
1
I. Multilateral

II.

250

TABLE 158 : INDIAS EXTERNAL DEBT - RUPEES


(End-March) (Concld.)
(` Billion)
Item
1

VII. Rupee Debt


a) Defence
b) Civilian
IX. Short-term Debt

i) Central Bank
X. Gross Total Debt

Debt Service Ratio (%)


IDBs

Note
2. Multilateral non-concessional Government/ public sector/ financial institutions other borrowings refers to debt outstanding against loans from ADB.
3. Securitised commercial borrowings (inclu. IDBs and FCCBs) includes net Investment by 100% Fll debt funds, Resurgent India Bonds (RIBs) and
India Millennium Deposits (IMDs).
4. Rupee debt refers to debt owed to Russia denominated in Rupees and converted at current exchange rates, payable in exports.
5. Civilian's rupee debt includes Suppliers credit from end-March 1990 onwards.
6. Short-term debt does not include suppliers credit of up to180 days from 1994 till 2004.
7. Multilateral loans do not include revaluation of IBRD pooled loans and exchange rate adjustment under IDA loans for Pre-1971 credits.
8. Debt- service ratio from the year 1992 - 93 includes the revised private transfer contra-entry on account of gold and silver imports.
Source : External Debt Management Unit, Ministry of Finance and Reserve Bank of India.

CURRENCY AND
COINAGE
253

TABLE 159 : NOTES AND COINS IN CIRCULATION


(` Billion)
Year

1
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note : 1. Notes of ` 1000 denomination were demonetised w.e.f. January 16, 1978 and subsequently re-introduced in 2000-01.
2. For the period from 1970-71 to 1974-75, the amount for Rupee 1 coins also includes various commemorative
Ten Rupee coins.
3. Data for 1986-87 exclude figures from Kolkata.
4. Data from 1980-81 for small coins, include small coins of the denominations 1p, 2p, 3p and Anna Pie coins.
5. Data from 1980-81 onwards for ` 1 coins Include Mahatma Gandhi Centenary Ten Rupee silver coin, World Food
Agricultural Organisation Commemorative Ten Rupee silver coin and Independence Day Silver Jubliee Ten Rupee coin.
6. Data on ` 2 and ` 5 coins relates to coins minted.
7. Ten Rupee Coins are intoduced from 2009-10.

254

TABLE 160 : CURRENCY CHESTS / REPOSITORIES AND


SMALL COIN DEPOTS - ALL INDIA
Year
(end-March)
1
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Note :

Tamil Nadu and Delhi 1978-79.


2. Position for 2002-03 as on June 30, 2003.
3. For the year 2003 onwards position are as on end-December.
Also see Notes on Tables.

SOCIO-ECONOMIC
INDICATORS
257

TABLE 161 : NUMBER OF RECOGNISED EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS


Year

1
1955-56
1960-61
1965-66
1970-71
1975-76
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
Note
nursing/ pharmacy, etc.) and teacher training colleges.
2. Data on colleges for professional education for the years 1975-76, 1980-81 & 1985-86 includes institutions of post matric
courses.
Source : Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India.

258

TABLE 162 : NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION BELOW


POVERTY LINE
Year

1
2004-05
(Based on
MRP
Consumption)
Bihar
Chhattisgarh
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
Odisha
Punjab
Rajasthan

Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
West Bengal
Andaman & Nicobar Islands
Chandigarh
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
Daman and Diu
Delhi
Lakshwadeep
Puducherry

(Continued)

259
TABLE 162 : NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION BELOW
POVERTY LINE (Contd.)
Year

1
2009-10
(Based on
MRP
Consumption)

Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
Odisha
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh

Uttarakhand
West Bengal
Andaman & Nicobar Islands
Chandigarh
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
Daman and Diu

260
TABLE 162 : NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION BELOW
POVERTY LINE (Concld.)
Year

1
2011-12
(Based on
MRP
Consumption)

Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
Odisha
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
West Bengal
Andaman & Nicobar Islands
Chandigarh
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
Daman and Diu

MRP : Mixed Reference Period.


Also see Notes on Tables.
Source: Planning Commission, Government of India.

261

TABLE 163: EMPLOYMENT SITUATION IN INDIA - PER 1000 DISTRIBUTION OF USUALLY


EMPLOYED BY BROAD GROUPS OF INDUSTRY FOR VARIOUS ROUNDS

Round

1
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
64
66
68
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

57
58
59
60
61
62
64
66
68
PS : Principal status
Primary sector
Tertiary sector
Note
Source : National Sample Survey Organisation, Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, Government of India.

PART II
QUARTERLY/MONTHLY
SERIES
OUTPUT AND PRICES
267

TABLE 164 : QUARTERLY ESTIMATES OF GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT


AT FACTOR COST (At Current Prices)
New Series (Base : 2004-05)
(` Billion)

2
3
4

5
6

8
9

2
3
4
5
6

8
9

Note
Source

268

TABLE 164 (a) : QUARTERLY ESTIMATES OF GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT


AT MARKET PRICES (At Current Prices)
New Series (Base : 2004-05)
(` Billion)
Industry / Year

1. PFCE
2. GFCE
3. GFCF
4. Change in Stock
5. Valuables
Export of goods &
6
Import of goods &
7
8. Discrepancies
GDP at market

9
Industry / Year

1. PFCE
2. GFCE
3. GFCF
4. Change in Stock
5. Valuables
Export of goods &
6
Import of goods &
7
8. Discrepancies
GDP at market
9
prices
PFCE: Private Final Consumption Expenditure
GFCE: Government Final Consumption Expenditure
GFCF: Gross Fixed Capital Formation
Note:
Source: Central Statistics Office (CSO).

269
TABLE 165 : QUARTERLY ESTIMATES OF GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT
AT FACTOR COST (At Constant Prices)
New Series (Base : 2004-05)
(` Billion)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

8
9

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

8
9

Note
Source

TABLE 165 (a) : QUARTERLY ESTIMATES OF GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT


AT MARKET PRICES (At Constant Prices)
New Series (Base : 2004-05)
(` Billion)
Industry / Year

1. PFCE
2. GFCE
3. GFCF
4. Change in Stock
5. Valuables
Export of goods &
6
Services
Import of goods &
7
Services
8. Discrepancies
GDP at market
9
prices
Industry / Year

1. PFCE
2. GFCE
3. GFCF
4. Change in Stock

5. Valuables
Export of goods &
6
Services
Import of goods &
7
Services
8. Discrepancies
GDP at market
9
prices
PFCE: Private Final Consumption Expenditure
GFCE: Government Final Consumption Expenditure
GFCF: Gross Fixed Capital Formation
Note:
Source: Central Statistics Office (CSO).

271

TABLE 166 : SECTOR-WISE INDEX NUMBERS OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION


(Base : 2004-05 = 100)
Year / Month
1
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13

2013-14
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Central Statistics Office (CSO), Government of India.

272

TABLE 167 : INDEX NUMBERS OF TWENTY TWO MAJOR INDUSTRY


GROUPS OF THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR
(Base : 2004-05 = 100)

1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

1
1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8
9

(Continued)

273

TABLE 167 : INDEX NUMBERS OF TWENTY TWO MAJOR INDUSTRY


GROUPS OF THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR (Contd.)
(Base : 2004-05 = 100)

1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

274

TABLE 167 : INDEX NUMBERS OF TWENTY TWO MAJOR INDUSTRY


GROUPS OF THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR (Contd.)
(Base : 2004-05 = 100)

1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

275

TABLE 167 : INDEX NUMBERS OF TWENTY TWO MAJOR INDUSTRY


GROUPS OF THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR (Contd.)
(Base : 2004-05 = 100)

1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

276

TABLE 167 : INDEX NUMBERS OF TWENTY TWO MAJOR INDUSTRY


GROUPS OF THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR (Contd.)
(Base : 2004-05 = 100)

1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

277

TABLE 167 : INDEX NUMBERS OF TWENTY TWO MAJOR INDUSTRY


GROUPS OF THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR (Contd.)
(Base : 2004-05 = 100)

1
1
2
3

4
5
6
7
8
9

1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

278

TABLE 167 : INDEX NUMBERS OF TWENTY TWO MAJOR INDUSTRY


GROUPS OF THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR (Contd.)
(Base : 2004-05 = 100)

1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

279

TABLE 167 : INDEX NUMBERS OF TWENTY TWO MAJOR INDUSTRY

GROUPS OF THE MANUFACTURING SECTOR (Concld.)


(Base : 2004-05 = 100)
Industry Group
1
1. Food products and beverages
2. Tobacco products
3. Textiles

7. Paper and paper products

10. Chemicals and chemical products


11. Rubber and plastics products
12. Other non-metallic mineral products
13. Basic metals
15. Machinery and equipment n.e.c.

21. Other transport equipment


22. Furniture, manufacturing n.e.c.
23. Manufacturing Index
Industry Group
1
1. Food products and beverages
2. Tobacco products
3. Textiles

7. Paper and paper products

10. Chemicals and chemical products


11. Rubber and plastics products
12. Other non-metallic mineral products
13. Basic metals
15. Machinery and equipment n.e.c.

21. Other transport equipment


22. Furniture, manufacturing n.e.c.
23. Manufacturing Index

Note
Also see Notes on Tables.

280

Table 168 : Use-based Classification of Index Numbers of Industrial Production


(Base : 2004-05 = 100)
Year / Month
1
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2007-08
2008-09

2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Central Statistics Office (CSO), Government of India.

281

TABLE 169 : WHOLESALE PRICE INDEX - MONTHLY


Year /Month
1
All commodities
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Primary articles
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Food articles
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Non-food articles
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Fuel & Power
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Manufactured products
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12

2012-13
2013-14
Note
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Office of the Economic Adviser, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India.

282

TABLE 170 : CONSUMER PRICE INDEX - MONTHLY


Year/Month
1
CPI-Rural
New CPI Rural
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
CPI-Urban
New CPI Urban
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14

2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14

2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14

2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14

2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14

Note
Source :
2. Central Statistics Office (CSO), Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, Government of India.

283

TABLE 171 : MONTHLY AVERAGE PRICE OF GOLD AND SILVER IN DOMESTIC


AND FOREIGN MARKETS
Year/Month

1
2009-10
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
Average
2010-11
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
Average
2011-12
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb

Mar
Average
2012-13
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
Average
2013-14
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Average
Note
and LBMA for Gold price in London and (ii) IMF-IFS for silver price in New York.

MONEY AND BANKING


287

TABLE 172 : COMPONENTS OF MONEY STOCK


(` Billion)
Year/
Month

1
2009-10
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
2010-11
April

May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
2011-12
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
2012-13
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
2013-14
April
May
June
July
Note : Data from 2012-13 onwards are provisional.

288

TABLE 173 : SOURCES OF MONEY STOCK


(` Billion)
Year/ Month

1
2009-10
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
2010-11
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
2011-12
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
2012-13
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
2013-14
April

May
June
July
(Continued)

289

TABLE 173 : SOURCES OF MONEY STOCK (Concld.)


(` Billion)
Year/ Month

1
2009-10
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
2010-11
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
2011-12
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February

March
2012-13
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
2013-14
April
May
June
July
Note : Data from 2012-13 onwards are provisional.
Also see Notes on Tables.

290

TABLE 174 : SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS - SELECT AGGREGATES


(` Billion)
Month

1
2009
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
2010
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr

May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
2011
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
2012
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
2013
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Note Data relate to amount outstanding as on the last reporting Friday of the month.
Also see Notes on Tables

291
Table 174 (a) DEPLOYMENT OF BANK CREDIT BY MAJOR SECTORS
(` Billion)
Outstanding as on
Sr.
No.

1
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.6.1
3.6.2
3.7
3.8
3.9
4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
Memo:
5
5.1
5.2
5.2(b) Services
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
(Continued)

292
Table 174 (a) DEPLOYMENT OF BANK CREDIT BY MAJOR SECTORS (Concld.)
(` Billion)
Outstanding as on
Sr.
No.

1
2

2.1
2.2
2.3
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.6.1
3.6.2
3.7
3.8
3.9
4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
Memo:
5
5.1
5.2
5.2(b) Services
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8

Note: 1. Data are provisional and relate to select 47 banks, which account for 95 per cent of total non-food credit extended by all scheduled commercial banks

293

Table 174 (b) INDUSTRY - WISE DEPLOYMENT OF BANK CREDIT


(` Billion)
Sr.
No.
2.1
2.2
2.2.1
2.2.2
2.2.3
2.2.4
2.3

2.4
2.4.1
2.4.2
2.4.3
2.4.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.9.1
2.9.2
2.9.3
2.9.4
2.10
2.11
2.12
2.13
2.13.1
2.13.2
2.14
2.14.1
2.14.2
2.15
2.16
2.17
2.18
2.18.1
2.18.2
2.18.3
2.18.4
2.19

(Continued)

294

Table 174 (b) INDUSTRY - WISE DEPLOYMENT OF BANK CREDIT (Concld.)


(` Billion)
Sr.
No.
2.1
2.2
2.2.1
2.2.2
2.2.3
2.2.4
2.3
2.4
2.4.1
2.4.2
2.4.3

2.4.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.9.1
2.9.2
2.9.3
2.9.4
2.10
2.11
2.12
2.13
2.13.1
2.13.2
2.14
2.14.1
2.14.2
2.15
2.16
2.17
2.18
2.18.1
2.18.2
2.18.3
2.18.4
2.19

Note: 1. Data are provisional and relate to select 47 banks, which account for 95 per cent of total non-food credit extended by all scheduled commercial banks

295

TABLE 175 : RESERVE BANK OF INDIA SURVEY


(` Billion)
Item/Month

1
Month
/ Item
C.I
C.II
C.II.1
C.III
C.IV
Month
Sources
/ Item
S.I
S.I.1
S.I.1.1

S.I.1.1.1
S.I.1.1.2
S.I.1.1.3
S.I.1.1.4
S.I.1.1.5
S.I.1.2
S.I.2
S.I.2.1
S.I.3
S.I.3.1
S.I.3.2
S.II
S.III
S.III.1
S.III.2
S.IV
S.V
Item/Month

1
Month
/ Item
C.I
C.II
C.II.1
C.III
C.IV
Month
Sources
/ Item
S.I
S.I.1
S.I.1.1
S.I.1.1.1
S.I.1.1.2
S.I.1.1.3
S.I.1.1.4
S.I.1.1.5
S.I.1.2
S.I.2
S.I.2.1
S.I.3
S.I.3.1
S.I.3.2
S.II
S.III
S.III.1
S.III.2
S.IV
S.V

(Continued)

296

TABLE 175 : RESERVE BANK OF INDIA SURVEY (Concld.)


(` Billion)
Item/Month

1
Month /
Item
C.I
C.II
C.II.1
C.III
C.IV
Month /
Sources
Item
S.I
S.I.1
S.I.1.1
S.I.1.1.1
S.I.1.1.2
S.I.1.1.3
S.I.1.1.3.1
S.I.1.1.4
S.I.1.1.5
S.I.1.2
S.I.2
S.I.2.1
S.I.3
S.I.3.1
S.I.3.2
S.II
S.III
S.III.1
S.III.2
S.IV
S.V
Note : 1. Investments in treasury bills includes secondary market purchases (earlier accounted in S.I.1.1.3.1) from September 2000 onwards.
2. Data from 2012-13 onwards are provisional.
Also see Notes on Tables.

297

TABLE 176 : MONETARY SURVEY


(` Billion)

Item/Month

1
Monetary Aggregates
NM1
NM2
NM3
Components
C.I
C.II
C.II.1
C.II.2
C.II.2.1
C.II.2.1.1
C.II.2.2
C.III
C.IV
Sources
S.I
S.I.1
S.I.1.1
S.I.1.2
S.I.2
S.I.2.1
S.I.2.2
S.I.2.2.1
S.II
S.III
S.III.1
S.III.2
S.IV
S.V
Item/Month

1
Monetary Aggregates
NM1
NM2
NM3
Components
C.I
C.II
C.II.1
C.II.2
C.II.2.1
C.II.2.1.1
C.II.2.2
C.III
C.IV
Sources
S.I
S.I.1

S.I.1.1
S.I.1.2
S.I.2
S.I.2.1
S.I.2.2
S.I.2.2.1
S.II
S.III
S.III.1
S.III.2
S.IV
S.V
(Continued)

298

TABLE 176 : MONETARY SURVEY (Contd.)


(` Billion)
Item/Month

1
Monetary Aggregates
NM1
NM2
NM3
Components
C.I
C.II
C.II.1
C.II.2
C.II.2.1
C.II.2.1.1
C.II.2.2
C.III
C.IV
Sources
S.I
S.I.1
S.I.1.1
S.I.1.2
S.I.2
S.I.2.1
S.I.2.2
S.I.2.2.1
S.II
S.III
S.III.1
S.III.2
S.IV
S.V
Note : Data from 2012-13 onwards are provisional.
Also see Notes on Tables.

299

TABLE 177 : COMMERCIAL BANK SURVEY


(` Billion)
Item/Month

1
C.I
C.I.1
C.I.2
C.I.2.1
C.I.2.1.1
C.I.2.2
C.II
Sources
S.I
S.I.1
S.I.2
S.I.2.1
S.I.2.1.1
S.I.2.2
S.I.2.3
S.I.2.4
S.II
S.II.1
S.II.2
S.II.3
S.III
S.III.1
S.III.2
S.III.3
S.IV
S.V
S.V.1
S.V.2
Item/Month

1
C.I
C.I.1
C.I.2
C.I.2.1
C.I.2.1.1
C.I.2.2
C.II
Sources
S.I
S.I.1
S.I.2

S.I.2.1
S.I.2.1.1
S.I.2.2
S.I.2.3
S.I.2.4
S.II
S.II.1
S.II.2
S.II.3
S.III
S.III.1
S.III.2
S.III.3
S.IV
S.V
S.V.1
S.V.2
(Continued)

300

TABLE 177 : COMMERCIAL BANK SURVEY (Concld.)


(` Billion)
Item/Month

1
Components
C.I
C.I.1
C.I.2
C.I.2.1
C.I.2.1.1
C.I.2.2
C.II
Sources
S.I
S.I.1
S.I.2
S.I.2.1
S.I.2.1.1
S.I.2.2
S.I.2.3
S.I.2.4
S.II
S.II.1
S.II.2
S.II.3
S.III
S.III.1
S.III.2
S.III.3
S.IV

S.V
S.V.1
S.V.2
Note : Data from 2012-13 onwards are provisional.
Also see Notes on Tables.

301

TABLE 178 : LIQUIDITY AGGREGATES


(` Billion)
Year / Month

1
2010-11
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
2011-12
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
2012-13
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

January
February
March
2013-14
April
May
June
July
CDs : Certificates of Deposit
Note : 1. Postal Deposits comprise post office savings bank deposits, post office time deposits, post office recurring deposits,
other deposits and post office cumulative time deposits.
2. Financial Institutions (FIs), here, comprise IFCI, EXIM Bank, IIBI, SIDBI, NABARD, NHB, TFCI and IDFC.Since October 2004,
data on FIs do not include that of IDBI reflecting its conversion into a banking entity.
3. Since July 2001, the term money borrowings of the FIs comprise borrowings from corporate and others.
4. Since August 2002, Term Deposits include CP and Others.
5. Estimates of public deposits are generated on the basis of returns received from all NBFCs with public deposits of ` 200
million and more as had been recommended by the Working Group.
6. While L1 and L2 are compiled on a monthly basis, L3 is compiled on a quarterly basis.
7. Data from 2012-13 onwards are provisional. Wherever data are not available, the estimates for the last available month
have been repeated.
Also see Notes on Tables.

FINANCIAL MARKETS
305

TABLE 179 : WEIGHTED AVERAGE CALL MONEY RATES


(Per cent per annum)
Year
1
2007-08
High
Low
Average
2008-09
High
Low
Average
2009-10
High
Low
Average
2010-11
High
Low
Average
2011-12
High
Low
Average
2012-13

High
Low
Average
2013-14
High
Low
Average

306

TABLE 180 : MONTHLY OPEN MARKET OPERATIONS OF


THE RESERVE BANK OF INDIA
(` Billion)
Year/
Month

1
2010-11
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
2011-12
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
2012-13
April
May
June
July
August

September
October
November
December
January
February
March
2013-14
April
May
June
July
Note 1. Data exclude transactions of RBI with the Government of India and the Welfare Commissioner, Bhopal and include transactions on
behalf of the State Governments and others.
2. With effect from April 2006, the data are classified separately for market (banks, PDs, etc.), State Governments and others.
3. Amount includes purchase of Oil Marketing Companies Government of India Special Bonds (Oil Bonds) under Special Market Operations
(SMOs).

307
TABLE 181 : SECONDARY MARKET TRANSACTIONS IN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
(` Billion)

Year /
Month

2010
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

2011
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October

November
December

2012
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

2013
January
February
March
April
May
June
(Continued)

308
TABLE 181 : SECONDARY MARKET TRANSACTIONS IN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES (Concld.)
(` Billion)

Year /
Month

2010
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

2011
January
February
March
April
May

June
July
August
September
October
November
December

2012
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

2013
January
February
March
April
May
June

309

TABLE 182 : YIELD OF SGL TRANSACTIONS IN TREASURY BILLS


FOR RESIDUAL MATURITIES
(Per cent per annum)

Term To Maturity
(In days)
1
2008-09
Upto 14
15-91
92-182
183-364
2009-10
Upto 14
15-91
92-182
183-364
2010-11
Upto 14
15-91
92-182
183-364
2011-12

Upto 14
15-91
92-182
183-364
2012-13
Upto 14
15-91
92-182
183-364
2013-14
Upto 14
15-91
92-182
183-364

310

TABLE 183 : MONTH-END YIELD OF SGL TRANSACTIONS IN GOVERNMENT


DATED SECURITIES FOR VARIOUS MATURITIES
(Per cent per annum)
Term to maturity
(in years)
1
2010-11
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
2011-12
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
(Continued)

311

TABLE 183 : MONTH-END YIELD OF SGL TRANSACTIONS IN GOVERNMENT


DATED SECURITIES FOR VARIOUS MATURITIES (Concld.)
(Per cent per annum)
Term to maturity
(in years)
1
2012-13
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
2013-14
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
27
28
29
30

312

TABLE 184 : NEW CAPITAL ISSUES BY NON-GOVERNMENT


PUBLIC LIMITED COMPANIES
(Amount in ` Billion)
Security & Type of Issue

1
1) Equity Shares (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
2) Preference Shares (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
3) Debentures/Bonds (i+ii)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
i) Convertible (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
ii) Non-convertible (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
4) Total (1+2+3)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
Security & Type of Issue

1
1) Equity Shares (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
2) Preference Shares (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
3) Debentures/Bonds (i+ii)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
i) Convertible (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
ii) Non-convertible (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
4) Total (1+2+3)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
(Continued)

313

TABLE 184 : NEW CAPITAL ISSUES BY NON-GOVERNMENT


PUBLIC LIMITED COMPANIES (Contd.)
(Amount in ` Billion)
Security & Type of Issue

1
1) Equity Shares (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
2) Preference Shares (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
3) Debentures/Bonds (i+ii)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
i) Convertible (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
ii) Non-convertible (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
4) Total (1+2+3)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
Security & Type of Issue

1
1) Equity Shares (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
2) Preference Shares (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
3) Debentures/Bonds (i+ii)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
i) Convertible (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
ii) Non-convertible (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
4) Total (1+2+3)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights

314

TABLE 184 : NEW CAPITAL ISSUES BY NON-GOVERNMENT


PUBLIC LIMITED COMPANIES (Concld.)
(Amount in ` Billion)
Security & Type of Issue

1
1) Equity Shares (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
2) Preference Shares (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
3) Debentures/Bonds (i+ii)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
i) Convertible (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
ii) Non-convertible (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
4) Total (1+2+3)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
Security & Type of Issue

1
1) Equity Shares (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
2) Preference Shares (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
3) Debentures/Bonds (i+ii)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
i) Convertible (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
ii) Non-convertible (a+b)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights
4) Total (1+2+3)
a) Prospectus
b) Rights

Note
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Securities and Exchange Board of India.

315

TABLE 185 : NUMBER AND QUANTUM OF EURO ISSUES


(` Billion)
Year/
Month
1
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13

Note
2. Data within parentheses indicate number of issues.
Source

Year /
Month
1
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note
2. The data relate to investment in equities only.
Source : Reserve Bank of India.

TABLE 187 : MONTHLY AND ANNUAL AVERAGES OF BSE 100


(Base : 1983-84 = 58)
Year/
Month
1
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14

Note
Source : Bombay Stock Exchange Limited (BSE).

316

TABLE 188 : MONTHLY AND ANNUAL AVERAGES OF S&P CNX NIFTY


(Base : November 3, 1995 = 1000)
Year/
Month
1
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note

Year/
Month
1
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note

Year/
Month
1
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note
Source : Bombay Stock Exchange Limited (BSE).

317

TABLE 191 : MONTHLY TURNOVER AT NSE


(` Billion)
Year/

Month
1
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note

Year/ Month
(end-period)
1
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note : Compilation of all-India market capitalisation has been discontinued by Bombay Stock Exchange Limited (BSE) since August 1999.
Source : Bombay Stock Exchange Limited (BSE).

TABLE 193 : MARKET CAPITALISATION - NSE


(` Billion)
Year/ Month
(end-period)
1
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Source

318

TABLE 194 : TURNOVER IN THE EQUITY DERIVATIVES MARKET


(` Billion)
Year/
Month

1
2010-11
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep

Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
Total
2011-12
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
Total
2012-13
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
Total
2013-14
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Total
Note

Source

319
TABLE 195 : MONTH-WISE GROSS FISCAL DEFICIT OF THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT
(` Billion)

Month
1
April
May

June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
Note
2. Negative (-) sign indicates surplus.
Source : Controller General of Accounts, Government of India.

EXTERNAL SECTOR
323

TABLE 196 : INDIAS FOREIGN TRADE - US DOLLAR


(US $ million)
Month

1
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
Annual
Note
2. Monthly data in some cases may not add up to annual total because of data revision.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics.

324

TABLE 197 : INDIAS FOREIGN TRADE - RUPEES


(` Billion)
Month

1
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
Annual
Note
2. Monthly data in some cases may not add up to annual total because of data revision.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics.

325

TABLE 198 : BROAD COMMODITY COMPOSITION OF INDIAS MERCHANDISE


TRADE - OIL AND NON-OIL EXPORTS AND IMPORTS - US DOLLAR
(US $ million)
Year/
Month
1
2009-10
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
2010-11
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November

December
January
February
March

Note
2. Monthly data may not add up to the annual data in other tables on account of revision in monthly figures.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics.

326

TABLE 199 : BROAD COMMODITY COMPOSITION OF INDIAS MERCHANDISE


TRADE - OIL AND NON-OIL EXPORTS AND IMPORTS - RUPEES
(` Billion)
Year/
Month
1
2009-10
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
2010-11
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March

Note
2. Monthly data may not add up to the annual data in other tables on account of revision in monthly figures.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics.

327

TABLE 200 : INDIA'S OVERALL BALANCE OF PAYMENTS QUARTERLY - US DOLLARS


(US $ million)
Item/Year
1
A. Current account
1. Merchandise
2. Invisibles (a+b+c)
a) Services
i) Travel
ii) Transportation
iii) Insurance
iv) G.n.i.e.
v) Miscellaneous
of which

b) Transfers
i) Official
ii) Private
c) Income
i) Investment income
Total current account(1+2)
Item/Year
B. Capital account
1. Foreign investment (a+b)
i) In India
Equity
Other capital
ii) Abroad
Equity
Other capital
b) Portfolio investment
i) In India
of which

FIIs
ii) Abroad
2. Loans (a+b+c)
a) External assistance
i) By India
ii) To India
b) Commercial borrowings
i) By India
ii) To India
c) Short term to India
Buyers' Credit
3. Banking capital (a+b)
a) Commercial banks
i) Assets
ii) Liabilities
of which:
b) Others
4. Rupee debt service
5. Other capital
Total capital account (1 to 5)
C. Errors & omissions
D. Overall balance (A+B+C)
E. Monetary movements (i+ii)
i) I.M.F.
ii) Foreign Exchange Reserves
(Increase - / Decrease +)
of which:
(Continued)

328

TABLE 200 : INDIA'S OVERALL BALANCE OF PAYMENTS QUARTERLY - US DOLLARS (Contd.)


(US $ million)
Item/Year
1
A. Current account
1. Merchandise
2. Invisibles (a+b+c)
a) Services
i) Travel
ii) Transportation
iii) Insurance
iv) G.n.i.e.
v) Miscellaneous
of which

b) Transfers
i) Official
ii) Private
c) Income
i) Investment income
Total current account(1+2)
Item/Year
B. Capital account
1. Foreign investment (a+b)
i) In India
Equity
Other capital
ii) Abroad
Equity
Other capital
b) Portfolio investment
i) In India
of which
FIIs
ii) Abroad
2. Loans (a+b+c)
a) External assistance
i) By India
ii) To India
b) Commercial borrowings
i) By India
ii) To India
c) Short term to India
Buyers' Credit
3. Banking capital (a+b)
a) Commercial banks
i) Assets
ii) Liabilities
of which:
b) Others
4. Rupee debt service
5. Other capital
Total capital account (1 to 5)
C. Errors & omissions
D. Overall balance (A+B+C)
E. Monetary movements (i+ii)
i) I.M.F.
ii) Foreign Exchange Reserves
(Increase - / Decrease +)
of which:

329

TABLE 200 : INDIA'S OVERALL BALANCE OF PAYMENTS QUARTERLY - US DOLLARS (Contd.)


(US $ million)
Item/Year
1
A. Current account
1. Merchandise
a) Services

b) Transfers

c) Income

Item/Year
B. Capital account

i) In India

ii) Abroad

i) In India

ii) Abroad
2. Loans (a+b+c)
i) By India
ii) To India
i) By India

ii) To India

i) Assets
of which:
b) Others
5. Other capital
C. Errors & omissions

i) I.M.F.

of which:

330

TABLE 200 : INDIA'S OVERALL BALANCE OF PAYMENTS QUARTERLY - US DOLLARS (Concld.)


Item/Year
1
A. Current account
1. Merchandise
a) Services

b) Transfers

c) Income

tem/Year
B. Capital account

2. Loans (a+b+c)

i) Assets
of which:
b) Others
5. Other capital
C. Errors & omissions

i) I.M.F.

EOf which:
G.n.i.e. : Government not included elsewhere.
Note Data for the quarter 2012-13: Q4 (January-March) are preliminary estimates and for 2011-12: Q1 to 2012-13: Q3 are partially revised.
Also see Notes on Tables.

331
TABLE 201 : INDIA'S OVERALL BALANCE OF PAYMENTS QUARTERLY - RUPEES
(` Billion)
Item/Year

1
A. Current account
1. Merchandise
2. Invisibles (a+b+c)
a) Services
i) Travel
ii) Transportation
iii) Insurance
iv) G.n.i.e.
v) Miscellaneous
of which

b) Transfers
i) Official
ii) Private
c) Income

Total current account (1+2)


Item/Year
B. Capital account
1. Foreign investment (a+b)
i) In India
Equity
Other capital
ii) Abroad
Equity
Other capital
b) Portfolio investment
i) In India
of which

ii) Abroad
2. Loans (a+b+c)
a) External assistance
i) By India
ii) To India
(MT&LT)
i) By India
ii) To India
i) Suppliers' Credit >
ii) Suppliers' credit
up to 180 days
3. Banking capital (a+b)
a) Commercial banks

i) Assets
ii) Liabilities
of which:
b) Others
4. Rupee debt service
5. Other capital
Total capital account (1 to 5)
C. Errors & omissions
D. Overall balance (A+B+C)
i) I.M.F.

of which:
(Continued)

332
TABLE 201 : INDIA'S OVERALL BALANCE OF PAYMENTS QUARTERLY - RUPEES (Contd.)
(` Billion)
Item/Year
1
A. Current account
1. Merchandise
2. Invisibles (a+b+c)
a) Services
i) Travel
ii) Transportation
iii) Insurance
iv) G.n.i.e.
v) Miscellaneous
of which

b) Transfers
i) Official
ii) Private
c) Income
i) Investment income
Total current account (1+2)
Item/Year
B. Capital account
1. Foreign investment (a+b)
a) Foreign direct investment (i+ii)
i) In India
Equity
Reinvested earnings
Other capital

ii) Abroad
Equity
Reinvested earnings
Other capital
b) Portfolio investment
i) In India
of which
FIIs
ii) Abroad
2. Loans (a+b+c)
a) External assistance
i) By India
ii) To India
b) Commercial borrowings
(MT&LT)
i) By India
ii) To India
c) Short term Credit to India
i) Suppliers' Credit >
180 days & Buyers' Credit
ii) Suppliers' credit
up to 180 days
3. Banking capital (a+b)
a) Commercial banks
i) Assets
ii) Liabilities
of which:
b) Others
4. Rupee debt service
5. Other capital
Total capital account (1 to 5)
C. Errors & omissions
D. Overall balance (A+B+C)
E. Monetary movements (i+ii)
i) I.M.F.
ii) Foreign exchange reserves
(Increase - / Decrease +)
of which:

333
TABLE 201 : INDIA'S OVERALL BALANCE OF PAYMENTS QUARTERLY - RUPEES (Contd.)
(` Billion)
Item/Year
1
A. Current account
1. Merchandise
2. Invisibles (a+b+c)
a) Services
i) Travel
ii) Transportation

iii) Insurance
iv) G.n.i.e.
v) Miscellaneous
of which

b) Transfers
i) Official
ii) Private
c) Income

Total current account (1+2)


Item/Year
B. Capital account
1. Foreign investment (a+b)
i) In India
Equity
Other capital
ii) Abroad
Equity
Other capital
b) Portfolio investment
i) In India
of which

ii) Abroad
2. Loans (a+b+c)
a) External assistance
i) By India
ii) To India
(MT&LT)
i) By India
ii) To India
i) Suppliers' Credit >
ii) Suppliers' credit
up to 180 days
3. Banking capital (a+b)
a) Commercial banks
i) Assets
ii) Liabilities
of which:
b) Others
4. Rupee debt service
5. Other capital
Total capital account (1 to 5)

C. Errors & omissions


D. Overall balance (A+B+C)
i) I.M.F.

of which:

334
TABLE 201 : INDIA'S OVERALL BALANCE OF PAYMENTS QUARTERLY - RUPEES (Concld.)
(` Billion)
Item/Year
1
A. Current account
1. Merchandise
2. Invisibles (a+b+c)
a) Services
i) Travel
ii) Transportation
iii) Insurance
iv) G.n.i.e.
v) Miscellaneous
of which

b) Transfers
i) Official
ii) Private
c) Income

Total current account (1+2)


Item/Year
B. Capital account
1. Foreign investment (a+b)
i) In India
Equity
Other capital
ii) Abroad
Equity
Other capital
b) Portfolio investment
i) In India
of which

ii) Abroad
2. Loans (a+b+c)
a) External assistance
i) By India
ii) To India
b) Commercial borrowings
(MT&LT)
i) By India
ii) To India
c) Short term Credit to India
i) Suppliers' Credit >
ii) Suppliers' credit
up to 180 days
3. Banking capital (a+b)
a) Commercial banks
i) Assets
ii) Liabilities
of which:
b) Others
4. Rupee debt service
5. Other capital
Total capital account (1 to 5)
C. Errors & omissions
D. Overall balance (A+B+C)
E. Monetary movements (i+ii)
i) I.M.F.

of which:
G.n.i.e. : Government not included elsewhere.
Note : Data for the quarter 2012-13: Q4 (January-March) are preliminary estimates and for 2011-12: Q1 to 2012-13: Q3 are partially revised.
Also see Notes on Tables.

335
TABLE 202 : EXCHANGE RATE OF THE INDIAN RUPEE
POUND STERLING, EURO AND JAPANESE YEN
(Monthly average and end-month rates)
(` per unit of foreign currency)
Year/
Month
1
2009
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
2010

Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
2011
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
2012
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
2013
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Note :
2. Data are based on FEDAI (Foreign Exchange Dealers' Association of India) indicative rates.
3. The Euro replaced the Deutsche Mark w.e.f. January 1, 1999.

336

TABLE 203 : EXCHANGE RATE OF THE INDIAN RUPEE THE SDR,

US DOLLAR, POUND STERLING, EURO AND JAPANESE YEN


(High and low during the month)
(` per unit of foreign currency)
Year/
Month
1
2009
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
2010
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
2011
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
2012
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct

Nov
Dec
2013
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Note :
2. Data are based on RBI reference rate.

337
TABLE 204 : INDICES OF REAL EFFECTIVE EXCHANGE RATE (REER) AND NOMINAL
EFFECTIVE EXCHANGE RATE (NEER) OF THE INDIAN RUPEE
(36- Currency bilateral weights)
(Monthly average)
Year/

aMonth
1
2009
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun

#
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
2010
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun

#
Jul
Aug
Sep

Oct
Nov
Dec
2011
Jan
Feb
Mar

#
Apr
May
Jun
Note : 1. Base:2004-05 data are provisional.
2. The 36-Country REER & NEER are revised as 36-Currency REER & NEER and for note on Methodology on the indices,
please see December 2005 issue of RBI Bulletin.
3. For old 36-country REER & NEER series, please see Handbook of Statistics on Indian Economy, 2004-05.
4. For Base:2004-05, Denmark and Myanmar have been replaced by Taiwan and Vietnam in the list of countries covered
under the index.
Also see Notes on Tables.

338
TABLE 205 : TURNOVER IN FOREIGN EXCHANGE MARKET
(US $ million)
Year /
Month

1
Apr

May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep

2
Oct
Nov

Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar

Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep

2
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
FCY
Note :
2. Inter-bank - Transactions with banks including Reserve Bank of India.

339

TABLE 206 : FORWARD PREMIA (Inter-bank)


(Monthly average)
(Per cent per annum)
Year /
Month
1
2009
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug

Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
2010
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
2011
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Note : Market-based exchange rate system was introduced from March 1, 1993.

340

TABLE 207 : FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES


Month

1
2010
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
2011
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct

Nov
Dec
2012
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
2013
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Note : 1.Foreign Currency Assets excludes US $ 250.00 millon invested in foreign currency denominated bonds issued by
IIFC (UK) since March 20, 2009, excludes US $ 380.00 million since September 16, 2011, US $ 550.00 million since
February 27, 2012 and US $ 673 million since 30th March 2012 (as also its equivalent value in Indian Rupee).
2. Data on SDR includes SDRs 3,082.5 million allocated under general allocation and SDRs 214.6 million allocated under
special allocation by the IMF done on August 28, 2009 and September 9, 2009, respectively.
3. Gold data Include ` 314.63 billion (US $ 6,699 million) reflecting the purchase of 200 metric tonnes of gold from IMF on
November 3, 2009.
Also see Notes on Tables.

341

TABLE 208 : SALES AND PURCHASES OF US DOLLAR BY


THE RESERVE BANK OF INDIA
(US $ million)
Month /
Year

1
2009
Apr
May

Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
2010
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
2011
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
'-' : No transaction
Note
Source : RBI Bulletin, various issues.

PART III

SERIES WITH LESS THAN


MONTHLY FREQUENCY
345

TABLE 209 : SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS - SELECT AGGREGATES


(` crore)
Fortnight
ended

1
2010-11
09-Apr-10
23-Apr-10
07-May-10
21-May-10
04-Jun-10
18-Jun-10
02-Jul-10
16-Jul-10
30-Jul-10
13-Aug-10
27-Aug-10
10-Sep-10
24-Sep-10
08-Oct-10
22-Oct-10
05-Nov-10
19-Nov-10
03-Dec-10
17-Dec-10
31-Dec-10
14-Jan-11
28-Jan-11
11-Feb-11
25-Feb-11
11-Mar-11
25-Mar-11
2011-12
08-Apr-11
22-Apr-11
06-May-11
20-May-11
03-Jun-11
17-Jun-11
01-Jul-11

15-Jul-11
29-Jul-11
12-Aug-11
26-Aug-11
09-Sep-11
23-Sep-11
07-Oct-11
21-Oct-11
04-Nov-11
18-Nov-11
02-Dec-11
16-Dec-11
30-Dec-11
13-Jan-12
27-Jan-12
10-Feb-12
24-Feb-12
09-Mar-12
23-Mar-12
(Continued)

346

TABLE 209 : SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS - SELECT AGGREGATES (Concld.)


(` crore)
Fortnight
ended

1
2012-13
06-Apr-12
20-Apr-12
04-May-12
18-May-12
01-Jun-12
15-Jun-12
29-Jun-12
13-Jul-12
27-Jul-12
10-Aug-12
24-Aug-12
07-Sep-12
21-Sep-12
05-Oct-12
19-Oct-12
02-Nov-12
16-Nov-12
30-Nov-12
14-Dec-12
28-Dec-12

11-Jan-13
25-Jan-13
08-Feb-13
22-Feb-13
08-Mar-13
22-Mar-13
2013-14
05-Apr-13
19-Apr-13
03-May-13
17-May-13
31-May-13
14-Jun-13
28-Jun-13
Note
Also see Notes on Tables.

347

TABLE 210 : COMMERCIAL PAPER


(` Billion)
Fortnight ended
1
2010-11
April
April
May
May
June
June
July
July
August
August
September
September
October
October
November
November
December
December
January
January
February
February
March
March
2011-12
April
April
May
May
June

June
July
July
August
August
September
September
October
October
November
November

Note
2. Range of discount pertains to range of discount rate per annum during the fortnight.

348

TABLE 211 : ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT BY


SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS
(` Billion)
Fortnight ended
1
2010-11
April
April
May
May
June
June
July
July
July
August
August
September
September
October
October
November
November
December
December
December
January
January
February
February
March
March
2011-12
April

April
May
May
June
June
July
July
July
August
August
September
September
October
October
November
November
December
Note : Rate of interest refers to effective interest rate per annum.

349

TABLE 212 : FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES - WEEKLY


Year / Week
Ended

1
2011-12
01-Apr-11
08-Apr-11
15-Apr-11
22-Apr-11
29-Apr-11
06-May-11
13-May-11
20-May-11
27-May-11
03-Jun-11
10-Jun-11
17-Jun-11
24-Jun-11
01-Jul-11
08-Jul-11
15-Jul-11
22-Jul-11
29-Jul-11
05-Aug-11
12-Aug-11
19-Aug-11
26-Aug-11
02-Sep-11
09-Sep-11

16-Sep-11
23-Sep-11
30-Sep-11
07-Oct-11
14-Oct-11
21-Oct-11
28-Oct-11
04-Nov-11
11-Nov-11
18-Nov-11
25-Nov-11
02-Dec-11
09-Dec-11
16-Dec-11
23-Dec-11
30-Dec-11
06-Jan-12
13-Jan-12
20-Jan-12
27-Jan-12
03-Feb-12
10-Feb-12
17-Feb-12
24-Feb-12
02-Mar-12
09-Mar-12
16-Mar-12
23-Mar-12
30-Mar-12
2012-13
06-Apr-12
13-Apr-12
20-Apr-12
27-Apr-12
04-May-12
11-May-12
18-May-12
25-May-12
01-Jun-12
08-Jun-12
15-Jun-12
22-Jun-12
(Continued)

350

TABLE 212 : FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES - WEEKLY (Concld.)


Year /

07-Sep-12
14-Sep-12
21-Sep-12
28-Sep-12
05-Oct-12
12-Oct-12
19-Oct-12
26-Oct-12
02-Nov-12
09-Nov-12
16-Nov-12
23-Nov-12
30-Nov-12
07-Dec-12
14-Dec-12
21-Dec-12
28-Dec-12
04-Jan-13
11-Jan-13
18-Jan-13
25-Jan-13
01-Feb-13
08-Feb-13
15-Feb-13
22-Feb-13
01-Mar-13
08-Mar-13
15-Mar-13
22-Mar-13
29-Mar-13
2013-14
05-Apr-13

'-'

Note : Foreign Currency Assets excludes US $ 250.00 millon invested in foreign currency denominated bonds issued by IIFC (UK) since March 20,
excludes US $ 380.00 million since September 16, 2011, excludes US $ 550.00 million since February 27, 2012 and US $ 673 million since 30th March 2012
and US $ 790 million since July 5, 2012 (as also its equivalent value in Indian Rupee).
## : Data on SDR includes SDRs 3,082.5 million allocated under general allocation and SDRs 214.6 million allocated under special allocation
by the IMF done on August 28, 2009 and September 9, 2009, respectively.
#:
Also see Notes on Tables.

351

TABLE 213 : SECONDARY MARKET OUTRIGHT TRANSACTIONS IN GOVERNMENT


SECURITIES (FACE VALUE)
Week Ended

1
2012-13
02-Nov-12

09-Nov-12

16-Nov-12

23-Nov-12

30-Nov-12

07-Dec-12

14-Dec-12

21-Dec-12

28-Dec-12

04-Jan-13

11-Jan-13

18-Jan-13

25-Jan-13

01-Feb-13

08-Feb-13

15-Feb-13

22-Feb-13

01-Mar-13

08-Mar-13

15-Mar-13

22-Mar-13

29-Mar-13

(Continued)

352
TABLE 213 : SECONDARY MARKET OUTRIGHT TRANSACTIONS IN GOVERNMENT
SECURITIES (FACE VALUE)

Week Ended

1
2012-13
02-Nov-12

09-Nov-12

16-Nov-12

23-Nov-12

30-Nov-12

07-Dec-12

14-Dec-12

21-Dec-12

28-Dec-12

04-Jan-13

11-Jan-13

18-Jan-13

25-Jan-13

01-Feb-13

08-Feb-13

15-Feb-13

22-Feb-13

01-Mar-13

08-Mar-13

15-Mar-13

22-Mar-13

29-Mar-13

353
TABLE 213 : SECONDARY MARKET OUTRIGHT TRANSACTIONS IN GOVERNMENT
SECURITIES (FACE VALUE)
Week Ended

1
2013-14
05-Apr-13

12-Apr-13

19-Apr-13

26-Apr-13

03-May-13

10-May-13

17-May-13

24-May-13

31-May-13

07-Jun-13

14-Jun-13

21-Jun-13

28-Jun-13

05-Jul-13

12-Jul-13

19-Jul-13

26-Jul-13

354
TABLE 213 : SECONDARY MARKET OUTRIGHT TRANSACTIONS IN GOVERNMENT
SECURITIES (FACE VALUE)
Week Ended

1
2013-14
05-Apr-13

12-Apr-13

19-Apr-13

26-Apr-13

03-May-13

10-May-13

17-May-13

24-May-13

31-May-13

07-Jun-13

14-Jun-13

21-Jun-13

28-Jun-13

05-Jul-13

12-Jul-13

19-Jul-13

26-Jul-13

#: Includes Transactions of Cash Management Bills.


Note : 1. Data as reported in SGL accounts at RBI, Mumbai.
2. Minimum and Maximum YTMs (% Indicative) include transactions of standard lot size (` 0.05 Billion or more).
3.RBI Sales and purchases include transactions in other offices also.

355

TABLE 214 : TURNOVER IN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES MARKET


(FACE VALUE)
(` Billion)
Week Ended

1
2012-13
01-Jun-2012
08-Jun-2012
15-Jun-2012
22-Jun-2012
29-Jun-2012
06-Jul-2012
13-Jul-2012
20-Jul-2012
27-Jul-2012
03-Aug-2012
10-Aug-2012
17-Aug-2012
24-Aug-2012
31-Aug-2012
07-Sep-2012

14-Sep-2012
21-Sep-2012
28-Sep-2012
05-Oct-2012
12-Oct-2012
19-Oct-2012
26-Oct-2012
02-Nov-2012
09-Nov-2012
16-Nov-2012
23-Nov-2012
30-Nov-2012
07-Dec-2012
14-Dec-2012
21-Dec-2012
28-Dec-2012
04-Jan-2013
11-Jan-2013
18-Jan-2013
25-Jan-2013
01-Feb-2013
08-Feb-2013
15-Feb-2013
22-Feb-2013
01-Mar-2013
08-Mar-2013
15-Mar-2013
22-Mar-2013
29-Mar-2013
2013-14
05-Apr-2013
12-Apr-2013
19-Apr-2013
26-Apr-2013
03-May-2013
10-May-2013
17-May-2013
24-May-2013
31-May-2013
07-Jun-2013
14-Jun-2013
21-Jun-2013
28-Jun-2013
05-Jul-2013
12-Jul-2013
19-Jul-2013
26-Jul-2013
Note :
2. RBIs sale and purchase include transactions in other offices also.

356
TABLE 215 : AUCTIONS OF 91-DAY GOVERNMENT OF INDIA TREASURY BILLS

(` Billion)
Date of
Auction

1
2012-13
04-Jul-2012
11-Jul-2012
18-Jul-2012
25-Jul-2012
01-Aug-2012
08-Aug-2012
14-Aug-2012
22-Aug-2012
29-Aug-2012
05-Sep-2012
12-Sep-2012
20-Sep-2012
26-Sep-2012
03-Oct-2012
10-Oct-2012
17-Oct-2012
23-Oct-2012
31-Oct-2012
07-Nov-2012
12-Nov-2012
21-Nov-2012
27-Nov-2012
05-Dec-2012
12-Dec-2012
19-Dec-2012
26-Dec-2012
02-Jan-2013
09-Jan-2013
16-Jan-2013
23-Jan-2013
30-Jan-2013
06-Feb-2013
13-Feb-2013
20-Feb-2013
27-Feb-2013
06-Mar-2013
13-Mar-2013
20-Mar-2013
26-Mar-2013
2013-14
03-Apr-2013
10-Apr-2013
17-Apr-2013
23-Apr-2013

30-Apr-2013
08-May-2013
15-May-2013
22-May-2013
29-May-2013
05-Jun-2013
12-Jun-2013
19-Jun-2013
26-Jun-2013
03-Jul-2013
10-Jul-2013
24-Jul-2013
31-Jul-2013
07-Aug-2013
Note:
2. Past data are available in the CD version of this publication.

357
TABLE 216 : AUCTIONS OF 182-DAY GOVERNMENT OF INDIA TREASURY BILLS
(` Billion)
Date of
Auction

1
2012-13
04-Jul-2012
18-Jul-2012
01-Aug-2012
14-Aug-2012
29-Aug-2012
12-Sep-2012
26-Sep-2012
10-Oct-2012
23-Oct-2012
07-Nov-2012
21-Nov-2012
05-Dec-2012
19-Dec-2012
02-Jan-2013
16-Jan-2013
30-Jan-2013
13-Feb-2013
27-Feb-2013
13-Mar-2013
26-Mar-2013
2013-14
10-Apr-2013

23-Apr-2013
08-May-2013
22-May-2013
05-Jun-2013
19-Jun-2013
03-Jul-2013
31-Jul-2013
Note:
2. Auctions were held on a monthly basis up to June 1988 and on a fortnightly basis thereafter.
3. Auction was not held for 182-day treasury bills from April 28, 1992 to May 25, 1999 and from May 14, 2001 to April 5, 2005.
4. Notified amount includes issuances under Market stabilisation Scheme (MSS).
5. The Presentation of implicit yield at cut-off price is based on actual/365 day count convention.

358

TABLE 217 : AUCTIONS OF 364-DAY GOVERNMENT OF INDIA TREASURY BILLS


(` Billion)
Date of
Auction

1
2012-13
04-Apr-2012
18-Apr-2012
02-May-2012
16-May-2012
30-May-2012
13-Jun-2012
27-Jun-2012
11-Jul-2012
25-Jul-2012
08-Aug-2012
22-Aug-2012
05-Sep-2012
20-Sep-2012
03-Oct-2012
17-Oct-2012
31-Oct-2012
12-Nov-2012
27-Nov-2012
12-Dec-2012
26-Dec-2012
09-Jan-2013
23-Jan-2013
06-Feb-2013
20-Feb-2013
06-Mar-2013

20-Mar-2013
2013-14
03-Apr-2013
17-Apr-2013
30-Apr-2013
15-May-2013
29-May-2013
12-Jun-2013
26-Jun-2013
10-Jul-2013
24-Jul-2013
07-Aug-2013
Note: Notified amount includes issuances under Market stabilisation Scheme (MSS).

359

TABLE 218 : DETAILS OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT MARKET BORROWINGS


(Amount in ` Billion; Rate in per cent)
Date of
Auction

1
2012-13
16-Nov-2012
16-Nov-2012
16-Nov-2012
23-Nov-2012
23-Nov-2012
23-Nov-2012
30-Nov-2012
30-Nov-2012
30-Nov-2012
07-Dec-2012
07-Dec-2012
07-Dec-2012
21-Dec-2012
21-Dec-2012
21-Dec-2012
28-Dec-2012
28-Dec-2012
28-Dec-2012
18-Jan-2013
18-Jan-2013
18-Jan-2013
01-Feb-2013
01-Feb-2013
01-Feb-2013
08-Feb-2013

08-Feb-2013
08-Feb-2013
15-Feb-2013
15-Feb-2013
15-Feb-2013
2013-14
05-Apr-2013
05-Apr-2013
05-Apr-2013
05-Apr-2013
12-Apr-2013
12-Apr-2013
12-Apr-2013
12-Apr-2013
18-Apr-2013
18-Apr-2013
18-Apr-2013
18-Apr-2013
03-May-2013
03-May-2013
03-May-2013
03-May-2013
10-May-2013
10-May-2013
10-May-2013
10-May-2013
17-May-2013
17-May-2013
17-May-2013
17-May-2013
24-May-2013
24-May-2013
24-May-2013
24-May-2013
31-May-2013
31-May-2013
31-May-2013
31-May-2013
04-Jun-2013
07-Jun-2013
07-Jun-2013
07-Jun-2013
07-Jun-2013
21-Jun-2013
21-Jun-2013
21-Jun-2013
21-Jun-2013
25-Jun-2013
28-Jun-2013
28-Jun-2013
28-Jun-2013
28-Jun-2013
05-Jul-2013
05-Jul-2013
05-Jul-2013

05-Jul-2013
12-Jul-2013
12-Jul-2013
12-Jul-2013
12-Jul-2013
19-Jul-2013
19-Jul-2013
19-Jul-2013
19-Jul-2013
GS : Government Stock
Note :
2. In case of GoI FRB stocks, the coupon rate is marked up (spread) over the base rate.
3. Data on securities auctioned on July 19, 2003 relates to four securities reissued for equivalent face value of 19 securities repurchased in buy-back auction.
Also see Notes on Tables.

360

TABLE 219 : SECONDARY MARKET REPO TRANSACTIONS IN


GOVERNMENT SECURITIES (FACE VALUE)
(Amount in ` Billion)
Week
Ended

1
2012-13
07-Dec-12

14-Dec-12

21-Dec-12

28-Dec-12

04-Jan-13

11-Jan-13

18-Jan-13

25-Jan-13

01-Feb-13

08-Feb-13

15-Feb-13

22-Feb-13

01-Mar-13

08-Mar-13

15-Mar-13

22-Mar-13

29-Mar-13

Note :
2. Repo rate in per cent per annum and repo period is in days. Transactions exclude repo transactions with RBI.

361

TABLE 220 : DAILY EXCHANGE RATE OF THE INDIAN RUPEE


(` per unit of foreign currency)
Date
1
2012-13
05-Dec-12
06-Dec-12
07-Dec-12
10-Dec-12
11-Dec-12
12-Dec-12
13-Dec-12
14-Dec-12
17-Dec-12
18-Dec-12
19-Dec-12
20-Dec-12
21-Dec-12
24-Dec-12
26-Dec-12
27-Dec-12
28-Dec-12
31-Dec-12
01-Jan-13
02-Jan-13
03-Jan-13
04-Jan-13
07-Jan-13
08-Jan-13
09-Jan-13
10-Jan-13
11-Jan-13
14-Jan-13
15-Jan-13
16-Jan-13
17-Jan-13
18-Jan-13

21-Jan-13
22-Jan-13
23-Jan-13
24-Jan-13
28-Jan-13
29-Jan-13
30-Jan-13
31-Jan-13
01-Feb-13
04-Feb-13
05-Feb-13
06-Feb-13
07-Feb-13
08-Feb-13
11-Feb-13
12-Feb-13
13-Feb-13
14-Feb-13
15-Feb-13
18-Feb-13
20-Feb-13
21-Feb-13
22-Feb-13
25-Feb-13
26-Feb-13
27-Feb-13
28-Feb-13
01-Mar-13
04-Mar-13
05-Mar-13
06-Mar-13
07-Mar-13
08-Mar-13
11-Mar-13
12-Mar-13
13-Mar-13
14-Mar-13
15-Mar-13
18-Mar-13
19-Mar-13
20-Mar-13
21-Mar-13
22-Mar-13
25-Mar-13
26-Mar-13
28-Mar-13
Note :
2. Data are based on FEDAI (Foreign Exchange Dealers' Association of India) indicative rates.
3. Data from April 2012 based on RBI Reference Rate.

362

TABLE 221 : DAILY FORWARD PREMIA (INTER-BANK)


(Per cent per annum)

Date
1
2012-13
01-Mar-13
04-Mar-13
05-Mar-13
06-Mar-13
07-Mar-13
08-Mar-13
11-Mar-13
12-Mar-13
13-Mar-13
14-Mar-13
15-Mar-13
18-Mar-13
19-Mar-13
20-Mar-13
21-Mar-13
22-Mar-13
25-Mar-13
26-Mar-13
28-Mar-13
2013-14
02-Apr-13
03-Apr-13
04-Apr-13
05-Apr-13
08-Apr-13
09-Apr-13
10-Apr-13
12-Apr-13
15-Apr-13
16-Apr-13
17-Apr-13
18-Apr-13
22-Apr-13
23-Apr-13
25-Apr-13
26-Apr-13
29-Apr-13
30-Apr-13
02-May-13
03-May-13
06-May-13
07-May-13
08-May-13
09-May-13
10-May-13
13-May-13
14-May-13
15-May-13

16-May-13
17-May-13
20-May-13
363

TABLE 222 : DAILY WEIGHTED AVERAGE CALL / NOTICE MONEY RATES


(Rates in Per cent per Annum; Amounts in ` Billion)
As on

1
2012-13
26-Feb-13
27-Feb-13
28-Feb-13
01-Mar-13
02-Mar-13
04-Mar-13
05-Mar-13
06-Mar-13
07-Mar-13
08-Mar-13
09-Mar-13
11-Mar-13
12-Mar-13
13-Mar-13
14-Mar-13
15-Mar-13
16-Mar-13
18-Mar-13
19-Mar-13
20-Mar-13
21-Mar-13
22-Mar-13
23-Mar-13
25-Mar-13
26-Mar-13
28-Mar-13
30-Mar-13
2013-14
02-Apr-13
03-Apr-13
04-Apr-13
05-Apr-13
06-Apr-13
08-Apr-13

09-Apr-13
10-Apr-13
12-Apr-13
13-Apr-13
15-Apr-13
16-Apr-13
17-Apr-13
18-Apr-13
20-Apr-13
22-Apr-13
23-Apr-13
25-Apr-13
26-Apr-13
27-Apr-13
29-Apr-13
30-Apr-13
02-May-13
03-May-13
04-May-13
06-May-13
07-May-13
08-May-13
09-May-13
10-May-13
11-May-13
13-May-13
14-May-13

15-May-13
16-May-13

PART IV
MAJOR GROWTH RATES
AND RATIORS
367
TABLE 223 : SELECT MACRO-ECONOMIC AGGREGATES - GROWTH, SAVING AND INVESTMENT RATES
(At Current Prices) (Base: 2004-05)
(Per cent)
Year

1
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79

1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
2. Rate of GDS and GDCF rates are percentages to GDP at current market prices.
3. Rate of NDS and NDCF rates are percentages to GDP at current market prices.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Central Statistics Office (CSO).

368
TABLE 224 : SELECT MACRO-ECONOMIC AGGREGATES - GROWTH, SAVING AND INVESTMENT RATES
(At Consant Prices) (Base: 2004-05)
(Per cent)
Year

1
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55

1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
2. Rate of GDCF rates are percentages to GDP at market prices.
3. Rate of NDCF rates are percentages to NDP at market prices.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Central Statistics Office (CSO).

369

TABLE 225 : INDEX NUMBERS OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION - GROWTH RATES


(Base: 2004-05)
(Per cent)
1
Weight
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
Source : Central Statistics Office (CSO), Government of India.

TABLE 226 : USE-BASED CLASSIFICATION OF INDEX NUMBERS OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION GROWTH RATES (Base: 2004-05)
(Per cent)

1
Weight
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
See Notes on Tables.
Source : Central Statistics Office (CSO), Government of India.

TABLE 227 : INDEX NUMBERS OF INFRASTRUCTURE INDUSTRIES - GROWTH RATES


(Base: 2004-05)
(Per cent)

1
Weight
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
See Notes on Tables.
Source : Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India.

370

TABLE 228 : SELECT MONETARY AGGREGATES - GROWTH RATES


(Per cent)
Year

1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
-: not applicable
Note :
2. Growth rates are based on end-March outstanding amounts. Growth rates for 2005-06 are worked out between April 1, 2005
and March 31, 2006, except for Reserve Money, net RBI credit to Central Government and RBI credit to commercial sector.
3. Data include the impact of mergers in the banking system on May 3, 2002 and conversion of non-banking entity on October 11, 2004.
Also see Notes on Tables.

371

TABLE 229 : SELECT AGGREGATES OF SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS GROWTH RATES


Year

1
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79

1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
2. Excluding the impact of merger on May 3, 2002, the growth rates of time deposits and aggregate deposits in
2002-03 were 13.7 per cent and 13.4 per cent, respectively.
3. Excluding the impact of conversion of a non-banking entity into a banking entity on October 11, 2004, the growth
rates of time deposits, aggregate deposits, investments in Government securities, investments, non-food credit and
bank credit in 2004-05 were 13.2 per cent, 12.8 per cent, 7.9 per cent, 7.3 per cent, 27.5 per cent and 27.0 per cent,
respectively.
4. Variation during 2005-06 is worked out from April 1, 2005.
Also see Notes on Tables.

372

TABLE 230 : SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS - RATIOS


(Per cent)

Year

1
1951-52

1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note:
2. Excluding the impact of merger on May 3, 2002, credit as percentage to aggregate deposit in 2002-03 was 54.7 percent, while
credit and aggregate deposits as percentage to GDP were 27.9 per cent and 50.9 per cent, respectively.
3. Excluding the impact of conversion of a non-banking entity into a banking entity on October 11, 2004, credit, total investments
and investments in Government securities as percentage of aggregate deposits in 2004-05 were 62.9 per cent, 42.8 per cent
and 41.7 per cent, respectively. Further, credit, total investments, investments in Government securities and aggregate
deposits as percentage to GDP were 32.9 per cent, 22.4 per cent, 21.8 per cent and 52.3 per cent, respectively.
Also see Notes on Tables.

373

TABLE 231 : SELECT MONETARY RATIOS

1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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

M
M
2. Data are based on an average monetary aggregates and annual GDP.

374

TABLE 232 : WHOLESALE PRICE INDEX - ANNUAL VARIATION


Year
1
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82

1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note :
2. PA: Primary Articles
3. FA: Food Articles
4. NF: Non-food Articles
5. F&P: Fuel and Power
6. MP: Manufactured Products
7. FA and NF are part of PA
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Office of the Economic Adviser, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India.

375

TABLE 233 : CONSUMER PRICE INDEX (Average of Months)


ANNUAL VARIATION
Year

1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note
2. AL : Agricultural Labourers.
3. IW and IW - Food data since January 2006 are based on New Series (Base : 2001=100).
4. Inflation as per the New CPI is available from January 2012.
Source :1. Labour Bureau, Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India.
2. Central Statistics Office (CSO), Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, Government of India.

376

TABLE 234 : SELECT FISCAL INDICATORS OF THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT


(As percentage to GDP)
Year

1
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14

377

TABLE 234 : SELECT FISCAL INDICATORS OF THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT


(As percentage to GDP) (Contd.)

Year

1
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14

378

TABLE 234 : SELECT FISCAL INDICATORS OF THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT


(As percentage to GDP) (Concld.)
Year

1
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note :
2. Net tax revenues are netted for States' share and amount assigned to NCCF.
3. Negative (-) sign indicates surplus.
Also see Notes on Tables.

379

TABLE 235 : SELECT FISCAL INDICATORS OF THE STATE GOVERNMENTS


(As Percentage to GDP)

Year

1
1973-74
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note :
2. Negative(-) sign indicates surplus in deficit indicators.
3. Up to 2003-04, the percentages are calculated based on the data for GDP at current market prices with base year
1999-2000, and thereafter, based on GDP at current market prices with base year 2004-2005.
4. Also see footnotes as given for Tables 109, 110, 112 and 121.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Budget documents of the State Governments.

380

TABLE 236 : COMBINED DEFICITS OF THE CENTRAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS


(As percentage to GDP)
Year
1
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note :
2. Negative (-) sign indicates surplus.
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Budget documents of Government of India and the State Governments.

381

TABLE 237 : SELECT DEBT INDICATORS OF THE CENTRAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS
(As percentage to GDP)
Year
(end-March)

1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note :
2. States data for 2011 - 12 and 2012 - 13 are Revised Estimates and Budget Estimates, respectively.
3. External liabilities of the Centre is at current exchange rate.
4. Total liabilities of the States, Combined domestic liabilities of Centre & States and Combined total liabilities of the centre &
states have been revised to include reserve funds,deposits and advances and contingency fund of State Governments.
5. Data in respect of Combined finances are exclusive of NCT Delhi from 2005-06 onwards.
6. Combined and Centres liabilities are inclusive of securities/treasury bills under market stabilisation scheme (MSS).
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source :
2. Combined Finance and Revenue Accounts of the Union and the State Governments in India and Budget
documents of the State Governments.

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TABLE 238 : BALANCE OF PAYMENTS - INDICATORS


(Per cent)
Year

1
1974-75
1975-76
1976-77
1977-78
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
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
2011-12
2012-13
Note : Current receipts is defined as current account receipts minus official transfer receipts.
Also see Notes on Tables.

383

TABLE 239 : WHOLESALE PRICE INDEX MONTHLY - ANNUAL VARIATION


(Base : 2004-05 = 100)
(Per cent)

Year/ Month
1

All commodities
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Primary articles
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Food articles
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Non-food articles
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Fuel and power
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Manufactured products
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note
Also see Notes on Tables.
Source : Office of the Economic Adviser, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India.

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TABLE 240 : CONSUMER PRICE INDEX - ANNUAL VARIATION


(Per cent)

1
2011-12

2012-13
2013-14
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note
2. In case of New CPI, data for the latest month is provisional.
Source : 1. Labour Bureau, Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India.
2. Central Statistics Office (CSO), Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, Government of India.

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TABLE 241 : AVERAGE PRICE / EARNING RATIO OF BSE SENSITIVE INDEX


Year/
Month
1
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note

Year/

Month
1
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Note
Source : Bombay Stock Exchange Limited (BSE).

PART V
EXPLANATORY NOTES
389

NOTES ON TABLES
Tables 1, 2, 12, 223 & 224
GDP
GNP
GDCF
GDS
GFCF
GFCE

Table 11
The difference between financial assets and financial liabilities, i.e. financial savings, may not tally with the financial savings
of the household sector presented in Table No. 10 due to the differences in reporting periods.

Table 14
(i)
and local bodies.
(ii)
(iii)
(iv) Data on number of persons on live register also include the cumulative number of applicants who remain on the registers
of employment exchanges as needing employment assistance at the end of the year.

Table 15
Base : The index numbers of agricultural production are computed on the basis of weights. The weight of a commodity for
the production index is taken as the average production of the commodity in the base year, multiplied by the national average
price of the commodity during the base year as obtained from the National Accounts Statistics. The average of triennium is
taken to fix the base production by eliminating the cyclical fluctuations and evaluate the production with the same price for all
States in view of wide variations observed in State prices.

The Index numbers of agricultural production covers 46 crops under two main groups and eight sub-groups.
Tables 15, 21 & 22
Yield : The average production per hectare of any crop/class of crops attained in any given area (such as State) in a year/
cropping season. This is usually given in kilograms per hectare as the unit.

Tables 16, 18, 20, 22 & 23


The eleven oilseeds comprise groundnut, castorseed, sesamum, nigerseed, rapeseed and mustard, linseed, safflower,
sunflower, soyabean, cottonseed and coconut. Output of cottonseed and coconut is not included in the total.

Tables 17 & 18
For details on crops and groups, please see Area, Production and Yield of Principal Crops in India and Agricultural Statistics
at a Glance, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India.

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Table 24
High yielding varieties of seeds : The varieties of seeds have been developed scientifically with the help of genetic engineering
over a period of time for most of the cereals and other crops. These have higher resistance to pests, diseases and moisture
stress. The cultivation of these seeds is usually associated with higher levels of inputs such as chemical fertilisers and
pesticides.

Table 27
Public Distribution System (PDS) : Under this scheme, various important items of consumption are distributed to ration card
holders at subsidised rates. The commodities that are distributed under PDS include inter alia, rice, wheat, sugar, edible
oil and kerosene oil. The PDS is perceived as an essential component of Indias food security policy. A new scheme was
implemented, with effect from June 1, 1992, under Revamped Public Distribution System (RPDS) in order to improve PDSs
reach to the consumers living in areas of relative economic disadvantage. Subsequently, in 1997, the Government of India
decided to convert the universal PDS into a targeted PDS (TPDS) and dual issue pricing was introduced for rice and wheat
for households above and below the poverty line level (APL and BPL).
Procurement: The act of purchasing foodgrains (by Central and State Government agencies as well as the Food Corporation
of India (FCI)) from farmers at Minimum Support Price (MSP) so as to provide remunerative prices to farmers as also for
distributing under various schemes of the Government, including TPDS, etc.
Minimum Support Price (MSP) : The price at which the Government assures to purchase foodgrains from farmers to provide
remunerative prices to the producers. The MSPs are declared before each procurement season (Kharif marketing season for
rice covering the period October to September, and Rabi marketing season for wheat covering the period April to March), and
are generally based on the recommendations of the Commission of Agricultural Costs and Prices.
Off-take : The quantity of foodgrains sold and distributed under various schemes of the Government including TPDS, open
market sales and other welfare schemes.
Open Market Sale (OMS): The sale of foodgrains by FCI to private traders and millers for exports as well as domestic
consumption.
Other Welfare Schemes (OWS): Various Central Government schemes other than TPDS, under which foodgrains are
distributed either freely or at subsidised rates. Various schemes covered under OWS include Antyodaya Anna Yojana, Food
for Work Programme, Nutrition Programme, Relief Work, Flood Relief, Mid-Day Meal, etc.

Stocks: The Stocks of foodgrains that are available with the public sector agencies including FCI, Central Warehousing
Corporation and State Warehousing Corporations.
Buffer Stocks : The amount of stocks that are maintained with the public sector agencies to meet the food security requirements
of the country. The buffer stocks are maintained in accordance with the buffer stock norms: those quantities of foodgrains, that
are deemed to be sufficient to meet the food security requirement. These norms have been fixed for four quarters of the year,
i.e., 1st April, 1st July, 1st October and 1st January, based on the production and consumption requirements of foodgrains
during the respective quarters.

Tables 28, 29, 30, 31, 166, 167, 168, 226, 227 & 228
With a view to ensuring stability in the monthly series of Index of Industrial Production (IIP) and remove the effect of change
of deflators from the growth rates, the whole series of 2-digit level as well as use-based indices from April 1994 to May 2000
have been revised in July 2000 consequent to the shift in the base of the Wholesale Price Index (WPI) series from 1981-82
to 1993-94. On account of the above one-time revision, the growth rates under certain industry groups/use-based categories
have undergone some changes. As most of the new deflators have been used in Industry Group 38, i.e., Other Manufacturing
Industries, the effect of onetime revision in the indices in this industry group is more prominent.
Another revision of IIP was made in January 2001 for the entire period April 1998 to November 2000 due to several reasons,
such as: (i) the need for exclusion from the IIP commodity basket, few items, such as radio receivers, photo sensitised paper,
chasis for heavy commercial vehicle (HCV) and engines, as they are highly prone to month to month variations, and (ii)
availability of revised data on monthly indices of mining sector from the Indian Bureau of Mines (IBM), Nagpur, for the period
April 1994 onwards. The IBM had revised the index by incorporating the data on production of natural gas by private sector
and joint venture companies and the internal utilisation part of the output of natural gas by public sector.

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Tables 35 & 61
The small scale industries (SSI) sector covers a wide spectrum of industries categorised under (a) small scale industrial
undertakings, (b) Ancillary Industrial Undertakings (ANC), (c) Export Oriented Units (EOU), (d) Tiny Enterprises (TINY), (e)
Small Scale Service Enterprises (SSSEs), (f) Small Scale Service Business (Industry Related) Enterprises (SSSBEs), (g)
artisans, village and cottage industries, and (h) women entrepreneurs enterprises, i.e., a small scale unit where one or more
women entrepreneurs have not less than 51 per cent financial holding.
The definition of small scale industries sector is broadly based on the criterion of original value of plant and machinery which
is revised periodically. A small scale industry cannot be owned, controlled or be subsidiary of another industrial undertaking.
Consequent to enactment of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act, 2006, the SME sector has been defined
as micro, small and medium enterprises with effect from October 02, 2006.

UPPER LIMIT OF ORIGINAL VALUE OF PLANT AND MACHINERY


(` lakh)
Year
1
1970
1975
1977

1980
1985

1991

1997
1999
2000

2006

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Tables 36
The definition of sickness was revised with effect from November 01, 2012. The revision is as under:
Sr. No.
1
a) If any of the borrowal accounts of the unit remains
substandard for more than six months i.e. principal or interest,
in respect of any of its borrowal accounts has remained overdue
for a period exceeding 1 year. The requirement of overdue
period exceeding one year will remain unchanged even if the
present period for classification of an account as sub-standard
is reduced in due course;
OR
in commercial production for at least two years
b) There is erosion in the net worth due to accumulated cash
losses to the extent of 50 per cent of its net worth during the
previous accounting year; and
AND
c) The unit has been in commercial production for at least 2
years.

Tables 39, 169, 232 & 240


Pursuant to the recommendations of the Working Group for the Revision of Index Numbers of the Wholesale Prices in India
(Chairman: Prof. Abhijit Sen, Member, Planning Commission), a revised series of wholesale price index with base year 200405 was introduced. In the revised series, the three major groups, viz., primary articles, fuel and power, and manufactured
products have been accorded a weight of 20.12 per cent, 14.91 per cent and 64.97 per cent respectively.

Table 40, 170, 233 & 240


The Central Statistics Office (CSO) of the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (MOSPI) has introduced a
new series of Consumer Price Index (CPI) for the urban population, viz. CPI (Urban), and CPI for the rural population, viz. CPI
(Rural) and also Combined CPI (Rural + Urban) with effect from January 2011 with base year 2010=100. In the combined CPI
(Rural+Urban) for all India, rural and urban areas have a weight of 56.65 per cent and 43.35 per cent respectively.

Table 42
(i)
1982 and five rupee coins issued since November 1985.
(ii)
employees provident fund deposits, surplus earmarked pending transfer to the government and sundry deposits.
(iii)
(EEA), Currency and Gold Revaluation Account (CGRA), Contingency Reserve and Asset Development Reserve. The
reserves, viz., Contingency Reserve, Asset Development Reserve, CGRA and EEA reflected in Other Liabilities are in
addition to the Reserve Fund of `65 billion held by the Reserve Bank as a distinct balance sheet head. Gains/losses
on valuation of foreign currency assets and gold due to movements in the exchange rates and/or prices of gold are not
taken to Profit and Loss Account but instead booked under CGRA [earlier known as Exchange Fluctuation Reserve
(EFR)]. The balance in CGRA, therefore, represents accumulated net gain on valuation of foreign currency assets
and gold. The balance in EEA represents provision made for exchange losses arising out of forward commitments.
Contingency Reserve represents the amount set aside on a year-to-year basis for meeting unexpected and unforeseen
contingencies including depreciation in value of securities, exchange guarantees and risks arising out of monetary/
exchange rate policy compulsions. In order to meet the internal capital expenditure and make investments in subsidiaries
and associate institutions, a further specified sum is provided and credited to the Asset Development Reserve.
(iv) Consequent to the establishment of NABARD, data from 1982-83 are not comparable with those of the earlier periods.
National Rural Credit (Stabilisation) Fund and National Rural Credit (LTO) Fund were earlier designated as National
Agricultural Credit (Stabilisation) Fund and National Agricultural Credit (LTO) Fund, respectively, and were maintained
by the Reserve Bank of India prior to the formation of NABARD on July 12, 1982.

393
(v) Data on loans and advances to ARDC/NABARD since 1980-81 relate to NABARD.
(vi) Consequent to the establishment of NABARD, the data on loans and advances to state co-operative banks from the
year 1982-83 are not comparable with those of the earlier periods.
(vii) Following the announcement in the Union Budget for 1992-93, it was decided to discontinue the practice of appropriating
amounts from the Reserve Bank of India for advancing loans to industrial and agricultural financial institutions, before
transferring the surplus profits of the Reserve Bank to the Government of India. Therefore, no allocation was made to
IDBI, EXIM Bank, IIBI, and SIDBI out of NIC (LTO) Fund and to NHB out of NHC (LTO) Fund in 1992-93. Thereafter,
the Reserve Bank has been making only token contributions to these funds. It was decided in 1997-98 to transfer the
unutilised balance in the NIC (LTO) Fund, arising from repayments to Contingency Reserve on a year-to-year basis.
Furthermore, loans and advances granted out of NIC (LTO) Fund by the Bank have been transferred on March 30, 2002
to the Government of India.
(viii) Loans and advances to state governments also include temporary overdrafts to state governments.
(ix) Balances held abroad include cash, short-term securities and fixed deposits.
(x) Data may not add up due to rounding-off.

Table 43 to 45 & 172, 173, 175 to 178


(i)
Reserve Money (M0)

M1

M2
M3

M4
NM1
NM 2
NM3
L1
L2
L3
Net bank credit to
government
of which:
Net RBI credit to
central government
Bank credit to the
commercial sector

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Net foreign assets of
the banking sector
Net non-monetary
liabilities of
the banking sector
* Since April 2004 Centres cash balances also include amounts mobilised under the market stabilisation scheme (MSS)
which are maintained with the Reserve Bank.
(ii)
to the last reporting Friday of the month except for March wherein data relate to a) March 31 for the Reserve Bank data
and b) last reporting Friday (last Friday prior to March 1985) for scheduled commercial banks data.
(iii)
regards co-operative banks, data up to February 1970 include State co-operative banks, while that from March 1970
onwards are also inclusive of central co-operative banks and primary cooperative banks.
(iv)
on Money Supply: Analytics and Methodology of Compilation (WGMS) (Chairman: Dr. Y. V. Reddy), June 1998. The
acronyms NM1 NM2 and NM3 are used to distinguish the new monetary aggregates as proposed by the WGMS from
the existing monetary aggregates.
(v)
methodology suggested by the WGMS. The revision is in respect of pension and provident funds with commercial banks
which are classified as other demand and time liabilities and includes those banks which have reported such changes
so far.

(vi)
time in March 1978. Savings bank accounts are now bifurcated into demand and time portions depending on whether
interest is actually paid on such deposits vide circular DBOD. No. Ref. BC. 127/C-96 (Ret)-77 dated October 15,1977.
Banks are required to report (vide circular DBOD. No. Ref. BC. 142/09.16.001797-98 dated November 19, 1997) such
classification on the basis of the position as at close of business at September 30 and March 31 instead of as at endJune and as at end- December as was done hitherto.
(vii)
deposits. Inter-bank deposits are, however, not a part of money supply. As separate data on interbank deposits were
not available for the period prior to November 1960, estimates of inter-bank deposits were derived based on information
available in the corresponding data on demand deposits obtained from Form XIII (see pages 1215-1220 of the RBI
Bulletin, August 1962 for detailed estimation methodology). These estimates of inter-bank deposits have been deducted
from demand deposits for the period up to November 1960.
(viii)
Resurgent India Bonds (RIBs) on August 28,1998; `256.62 billion on account of proceeds from India Millennium Deposits
(IMDs) on November 17, 2000; the redemption of RIBs of `226.93 billion on October 1, 2003; and the redemption of
IMDs of `319.59 billion on December 29, 2005.
(ix)
repatriable fixed deposits in the form of FCNR(B) deposits, Resurgent India Bonds (RIBs) and India Millennium Deposits
(IMDs).
(x)
certain assets and liabilities of the Reserve Bank were transferred to NABARD, necessitating some reclassification of
aggregates on the sources side of money stock since that date.
(xi)
loans to them and holdings of internal bills purchased and discounted. In case of the new monetary aggregates, the
RBIs refinance to the NABARD, which was earlier part of RBIs claims on banks, has been classified as part of RBI
credit to commercial sector.
(xii)
following its revaluation close to international market price effective October 17, 1990. Such appreciation has a
corresponding effect on Reserve Banks net non-monetary liabilities.
(xiii)
residual, balancing the components and sources of the monetary and banking accounts and includes other demand and
time liabilities, net inter-bank liabilities etc. as applicable.

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Tables 47, 174, 209, 229 & 230
(i)
1966-67 onwards.
(ii)
these pertain to the last reporting Friday of the month.
(iii)
portion of savings bank deposits, margins held against letters of credit/guarantees, balances in overdue fixed deposits,
cash certificates and cumulative/recurring deposits, outstanding Telegraphic Transfers (TTs), Mail Transfer (MTs),
Demand Drafts (DDs), unclaimed deposits, credit balances in the Cash Credit account and deposits held as security for
advances which are payable on demand.

(iv)
cumulative and recurring deposits, time liabilities portion of savings bank deposits, staff security deposits, margin held
against letters of credit if not payable on demand, deposits held as securities for advances which are not payable on
demand, and gold deposits.
(v)
suspense account balances representing amounts due to other banks or public, net credit balances in branch adjustment
account, any amounts due to the Banking System which are not in the nature of deposits or borrowing. Such liabilities
may arise due to items like collection of bills on behalf of other banks and interest due to other banks.
(vi)
institutions in other accounts, funds made available to the banking system by way of loans or deposits repayable at call
or short notice of a fortnight or less and loans other than money at call and short notice made available to the banking
system.
(vii)
in March 1978. Savings bank accounts are now bifurcated into demand and time portions depending on whether interest
is actually paid on such deposits.
(viii)
sum of (a) loans, cash credit and overdrafts, and (b) inland and foreign bills - purchased and discounted. Data for
1950-51 are inclusive of money at call and short notice and due from banks but exclude foreign bills purchased and
discounted. The series for 1952-53 to 1953-54 includes due from banks but excludes foreign bills purchased and
discounted. The series for 1954-55 to 1960-61 (up to October 1960) is inclusive of due from banks. (For details, see
the article Major Banking Aggregates: 1950-51 to 1997-98; RBI Bulletin, November 1998).

Tables 48 & 49
(i)
credit extended by all scheduled commercial banks.
(ii)
institutions and inter-bank participations. Net bank credit data are exclusive of bills rediscounted with RBI, IDBI, EXIM
Bank and other approved financial institutions.

Table 51
The data on scheduled commercial banks - maturity pattern of term deposits exclude inter-bank deposits. For the year 1990,
the data cover only about 72 per cent of the total term deposits.

Table 53
Short-term finance outstanding to IFCI is made under Section 17(4B)(b) of the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934.
Short-term finance outstanding to SFCs is made under Section 17(4A)/17(BB)(b) of the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934.
SFCs also include Tamil Nadu Industrial Investment Corporation Ltd.
Short-term finance outstanding to ICICI is made under Section 17(4BB)(b) of the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934.
Short-term finance outstanding to IDBI is made under Section 17(4H)(b) of the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934.
Short-term finance outstanding to DFHI was made under Section 17(4BB)(a) and 17(4.1) of the Reserve Bank of India Act,
1934. Refinance facility under Section 17(4.1) of the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934 was withdrawn with effect from August
25, 1994 and that under Section 17(4BB)(a) was withdrawn effective from June 4, 1996.

396
Consequent to coming into force of the Public Financial Institutions Laws (Amendment) Act, 1975, shareholding of the Reserve

Bank of India in all the SFCs and IDBI have been transferred to and vested with IDBI and Government of India, respectively,
from February 16, 1976.
Long-term finance to Export-Import Bank of India is given out of NIC (LTO) Fund for the purpose of any business of the Exim
Bank.
Long-term finance to Industrial Investment Bank of India (previously known as Industrial Reconstruction Bank of India) is
given out of NIC (LTO) Fund for the purpose of any business of IIBI.
Long-term finance to National Housing Bank (NHB) is given out of National Housing Credit (LTO) Fund for the purpose of any
business of NHB, under Section 46C(2)(c) of RBI Act, 1934.
Long-term finance to Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) is given out of NIC (LTO) Fund for any of the eligible
purposes stipulated in Section 46C(2)(c) of RBI Act, 1934.
Consequent on the announcement in the Union Budget for 1992-93, it has been decided to discontinue the practice of
appropriating amounts from the Reserve Bank of India for advancing loans to industrial and agricultural financial institutions,
before transferring the surplus profits of the Bank to the Government of India. Accordingly, the Reserve Bank has been
making only token contributions to these funds, thereafter. Further, loans and advances granted out of NIC (LTO) Fund by the
Bank have been transferred on March 30, 2002 to the Government of India.

Table 54
Rural, Semi-urban, Urban and Metropolitan centres comprise places having population up to 9,999; 10,000 to 99,999;
1,00,000 to 9,99,999 and 10,00,000 & above, respectively. Population group-wise classification of banked centres is based
on 1971 Census for the years 1980 to 1983, 1981 Census for the years 1984 to 1994 and 1991 Census for the years 1995 to
2005 and 2001 Census for the year 2006 onwards. Credit is as per place of utilisation.
Data relate to last Friday of June for the years 1980 to 1989 and end-March for the years from 1990 onwards.

Tables 55, 56 & 57


Direct Institutional Credit for Agriculture: Loans advanced to agriculture by institutions such as co-operatives, scheduled
commercial banks, regional rural banks and State Governments. These loans are issued directly to the beneficiary/ borrower
by the concerned institutions.

Table 58
Indirect Institutional Credit for Agriculture : Comprise loans advanced for agriculture and allied activities to promote agricultural
productivity or increase agricultural income. These loans are advanced by such institutions as co-operatives, scheduled
commercial banks, regional rural banks and Rural Electrification Corporation Ltd. These loans are normally routed through
some other agency/conduit/tier.

Table 62
Total direct finance includes direct finance (short-term, medium-term and long-term) to farmers for agricultural operations and
other types of direct finance to farmers. Other types of indirect finance include advances to State-supported corporations/
agencies for on-lending to weaker sections in agriculture (i.e., small and marginal farmers and those engaged in allied
activities with limits up to `10,000).

Table 66
Data relate to last Friday of June for the years 1969, 1970, 1971 and 1973 to 1989 and end-March for the years from 1990
onwards. Data for 1972 relate to last Friday of December.
The population group Rural includes centres with population of less than 10,000. The population group Semi-Urban
includes centres with population of greater than 10,000 and less than 1 lakh. The population group Urban includes centres

with population of greater than 1 lakh and less than 10 lakh. And the population group Metropolitan includes centres with
population of greater than 10 lakh.
Population group-wise classification of banked centres is based on 1961 Census for the year 1969 to 1971, 1971 Census
for the years 1972 to 1983, 1981 Census for the years 1984 to 1994 and 1991 Census for the years 1995 to 2005 and 2001
Census for the year 2006 onwards.

397
The data represent number of branches (excluding administrative offices) of all scheduled commercial banks. Data up to
2005 are based on Basic Statistical Returns of Scheduled Commercial Banks. Thereafter data are based on Master Office
File. There are continuous changes in geographical boundaries on account of reorganization of States, Districts, Centers
as notified through gazettes by Central/ State Governments. These changes are effected in MOF database as soon as the
gazette notifications in respect of these changes are received. As such, the data presented is as per the present geographical
boundaries to the extent updated in latest MOF database

Table 68
Data relate to March 31 for the years 1982-83, 1995-99 and 2000-01 onwards; for the years 1989-93 and 1999- 2000, data
relate to last reporting Friday of March; for the years 1993-94, data relate to February 25. For all other years data relate to
last Friday or March.
Aggregate deposits represent total of demand and time deposits from Others. Investment in government securities are at
book value and include treasury bills and treasury deposit receipts, treasury saving deposit certificates and postal obligations.
Bank credit represents total of loans, cash-credits and overdrafts, and bills purchased and discounted.

Table 73
The data cover the number and amount of cheques, drafts, bills, interest warrants, payment orders, etc., which pass through
the clearing houses, including the documents returned unpaid.
Data do not cover cheques encashed over the counter, outstation cheques collected directly without passing through the
clearing houses and transfer transactions.
The data include both high value clearing and MICR clearing.

Tables 74, 179 & 222


(i)
notice money market. The extent of coverage over the years is explained below :
Period
Since August 6, 2005
October
October 5, 2002 - August 5, 2005
May 2001 to October 5, 2002
1998-99 to May 2001
Up to 1997-98
were also published in Volume II of the Report on Currency and Finance).
(ii)
30 days and up to 1 year was not exceeding Bank Rate minus two percentage points. Effective October 22, 1997, the
ceiling was removed and banks were given the freedom to determine their own interest rates on term deposits of 30

days and over. The stipulation of a minimum maturity period of term deposits was reduced to 15 days effective April 29,
1998, reduced to 7 days effective April 19, 2001 for wholesale deposit of `15 lakh and above and further reduced to 7
days effective November 1, 2004 for retail domestic term deposits (under `15 lakh).
(iii)
of advances granted by the bank.
(iv) The data relate to all commercial banks including SBI until 1993-94. In the revised interest rates structure which became
effective March 2, 1981, no general minimum lending rate was fixed but a broad framework of interest rates was
provided with fixed rates on certain types of advances and ceiling rate on other types of advances. Wherever ceiling
rates were prescribed, the rates of interest fixed for the preceding advance would serve as floor rate for advances in that
category. Effective September 22, 1990, a new structure of lending rates of scheduled commercial banks linking interest
rate to the size of the loan (for loans over `2 lakh) was introduced and, for food procurement, banks were advised to
follow the same minimum rate as far as possible. The six slabs of credit size were reduced to four effective April 22,
1992 and then to three effective April 8, 1993.

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(v) Effective October 18, 1994, the lending rates were deregulated except those for the credit limit up to `2 lakh. For credit
limits of over `2 lakh, the prescription of minimum lending rates was abolished and the banks were given freedom to fix
a lending rate for such limits. The banks were required to obtain the approval of their respective Boards for the prime
lending rate which would be the minimum rate charged by the banks for credit limits over `2 lakh. Effective April 29,
1998, it has been stipulated that the lending rates for credit limits of `2 lakh and below should not exceed the prime
lending rate. Effective April 19, 2001, PLR has been converted to a benchmark rate for banks rather than treating it as
the minimum rate chargeable to the borrowers. Banks are now allowed to offer loans above `2 lakh at or below PLR
rates to exporters or other creditworthy borrowers on the lines of a transparent and objective policy approved by their
Board. Following the announcement in the Monetary and Credit Policy in April 2003 and operational guidelines issued
by Indian Banks Association in November 2003, banks switched over to the new system of benchmark PLR (BPLR) in
the year 2004.
(vi) IRBI has been reconstituted as Industrial Investment Bank of India Ltd. (IIBI) with effect from March 27, 1997.
(vii) Lending rate charged to small-scale industries.
(viii) Dividend as percentage of weighted average sale price during the year worked out with weights proportional to the
number of units sold at different prices.
(ix) Redemption yields are based on BSE quotations up to 1994-95 and from 1995-96 onwards, on transactions in the SQL
account.

Table 77
1
amounts mobilised by off-shore funds.
2
3
4
5
6
7

Table 78
1
amounts mobilised by off-shore funds.
2
3

4
5
6
the Unit Trust of India.
7

Table 79
1
amounts mobilised by off-shore funds.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

399
9
with effect from May 31, 2008.
10
the PNB Mutual Fund were taken over by Principal Mutual Fund w.e.f. April 30, 2005.
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Management Company.
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Table 83
1
2
the process of voluntary winding up.

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10. Pursuant to the Industrial Development Bank (Transfer of Undertaking and Repeal) Act, 2003, IDBI Act was repealed
on October 1, 2004 and the accounting period for FY 2003-04 was extended by six months up to September 30,2004.
11. The UTI Act 1963 was repealed in 2002-03 and UTI has been reorganised into two separate institutions. As such UTI
ceased to be an AIFI.
12. Following the merger of ICICI with ICICI Bank in 2002-03, ICICI ceases to be an AlFl.

Table 87
Data on disbursements relate to loans drawn from and debentures subscribed by NABARD, excluding short-term disbursement.

400
Data relate to the position as at the end of each year on a cumulative basis, suitably adjusted on account of schemes
withdrawn/ replaced subsequently.
NABARD has switched over to the accounting year April-March from the year 1988-89.

Table 89
The data on insured deposits are inclusive of commercial banks, co-operative banks and regional rural banks.
Number of fully protected accounts represent number of accounts with balance not exceeding `10,000 till December 31, 1975,
`20,000 till June 30, 1980, `30,000 till April 30, 1993 and `1,00,000 with effect from May 1, 1993.
Total amount of insured deposits represent deposits up to `10,000 till December 31, 1975, `20,000 till June 30, 1980 `30,000
till April 30, 1993 and `1,00,000 with effect from May 1, 1993.
Assessable deposits mean the entire amount of deposits including portions which are not provided insurance cover.

Table 90 to 92
Data on liabilities and assets of DICGC relate to end-December up to 1989 and from 1989-90 onwards, they refer to the
financial year (April-March).

Table 93
NRC (LTO)
NRC (Stabilisation)
IBRD
IDA
ARDR
RIDF
MT and LT
ST
ADFC
The General Line of Credit from RBI was discontinued from January 31, 2007.

Table 94
Data on other liabilities are inclusive of specific grant from Government of India in terms of agreement with KfW, Germany
from December 1973.

Table 95
Exim Bank has switched over to the accounting on April-March basis from 1989. Data relate to General Fund and Export
Development Fund (EDF).
Previous years figures have been regrouped wherever necessary.
Data on borrowing from IDBI show balance payable on transfer of export loan/guarantee business.

Table 97
Number of corporations also include Tamil Nadu Industrial Investment Corporation Ltd. Fixed deposits include cash certificates
of one corporation.
Figures for the year 2004-05 are available in respect of 17 SFCs. Figures for the year 2005-06 are available in respect of 12
SFCs.

Table 98
Bonds and debentures include SLR bonds and unsecured bonds.

401
For the years 1994 to 1996, deposits represent amounts placed with SIDBI by foreign banks in lieu of shortfall in their
advances to priority sector. For the year 1997 and onwards, deposits represent deposits from foreign banks and private sector
banks in lieu of shortfall in their advances to priority sector and deposits under SIDBIs fixed deposits scheme.
Borrowings from other sources include (a) consideration payable to IDBI against transfer of outstanding portfolio relating to
small scale sector, and (b) foreign currency borrowings.
Other assets include cash in hand/transit and balances with banks.

Tables 100, 105, 109, 114, 234 to 236


Major deficit indicators presented in these tables are defined as follows : revenue deficit denotes the difference between
revenue receipts and revenue expenditure. The conventional deficit (budgetary deficit) is the difference between all receipts
and expenditure, both revenue and capital. Since March 1997, conventional deficit is represented as draw down of cash
balances. The gross fiscal deficit (GFD) is the excess of total expenditure (including loans net of recovery) over revenue
receipts (including external grants) and non-debt capital receipts. Since 1999-2000, GFD excludes States share in small
savings as per the new system of accounting. The net fiscal deficit is the gross fiscal deficit less net lending of the Central
Government. Gross primary deficit is defined as GFD minus interest payments. The net primary deficit denotes net fiscal deficit
minus net interest payments. Primary revenue balance denotes revenue deficit minus interest payments. The net RBI credit to
the Central Government represents the sum of variations in the RBIs holdings of (i) Central Government dated securities,(ii)
treasury bills, (iii) Rupee coins, and (iv) loans and advances from RBI to the Centre since April 1, 1997 adjusted for changes in
the Centres cash balances with RBI. Regarding State Governments, net RBI credit refers to variation in loans and advances
given to them by the RBI net of their incremental deposits with the RBI, for the State Governments having accounts with the
RBI. The combined deficit indicators have been worked out after netting out the inter-Governmental transactions between
Centre and States. Combined GFD is the GFD of Central Government plus GFD of State Governments minus net lending
from Central Government to State Governments. Revenue deficit is the difference between revenue receipts and revenue
expenditure of the Central and State Governments adjusted for inter-Governmental transactions in the revenue account.

Combined gross primary deficit is defined as combined GFD minus combined interest payments.

Tables 101 to 103 & 234


The accounting classification of the Central Budget has undergone two major changes since 1970-71, once in 1974-75 and
again in 1987-88. Besides, there have been regrouping and reclassification of certain receipts and expenditure items between
revenue and capital accounts. These regrouping/reclassifications were in the nature of (i) external grants, which were treated
as capital receipts prior to 1991-92, have been reclassified under revenue receipts since then; (ii) prior to 1982-83, capital
expenditure was inclusive of discharge of debt (both internal and external debt) and since then, capital expenditures have
been shown net of discharge of debt; (iii) beginning 1987-88, the budgetary classification has been changed by regrouping the
expenditures into plan and non-plan heads from the classification of developmental and non-developmental heads followed
then; (iv) receipts under small savings were shown net of loans to States and UTs against their collections, prior to 199091. The 1991-92 Central Government Budget published the back data up to 1982-83 incorporating the above regrouping/
reclassification. Data presented in the Handbook for the period prior to 1982-83 have also been adjusted for these changes to
the extent possible to build a consistent and comparable time-series data, while retaining the deficit figures unaltered as given
in the Budget documents. Accordingly, the receipts and expenditure figures of the Central Government given in these tables
will not tally with the figures published in the respective Budget documents prior to 1991-92.

Table 102
In the Union Budget 1999-2000, a National Small Savings Fund (NSSF) has been created in the Public Account of India
and all collections/ disbursements under small savings certificates, deposits and public provident fund are made into/ out of
this Fund. Under the new accounting system, investments from the Fund are being made in Central and State Government
special securities as per the norms decided from time to time by the Government of India. Therefore, the figures for small
savings since 1999-2000 relate to Centres share in small savings and prior to this period, the figures represent total small
saving collections. From 2002-03 to 2006-07, the entire net collections under the small saving schemes were transferred to
States/Union Territories. From 2007-08 to 2011-12, the states were allowed to opt for a share of net collections between 80
per cent and 100 per cent. The minimum share to be taken by the states was reduced to 50 per cent from 2012-13. Amounts
received on redemption of both the central and state government securities are being re-invested in central government
special securities and from 2007-08 were allowed to be invested in other instruments as well. From 2012-13, the redemption
amount is to be invested in the central and state government special securities in the ratio of 50:50.

Table 104
402
The expenditure figures given in the table differ from the data given in the Expenditure Budget of the Central Government on
account of inclusion of the gross transactions of commercial departments in the revenue account. Regarding classification of
budgetary figures into developmental and non-developmental, data from 1974-75 onwards cover expenditure on food subsidy
under the head agriculture and allied services under developmental expenditure; in earlier years, data on the expenditure
on these items were included under the head other expenditure as part of non-developmental expenditure. The expenditure
figures for the years 1986-87 to 1988-89 have been revised in the later Budgets. As the component wise details are not
available, these revisions have been effected only in the totals. Hence, the individual components of developmental and nondevelopmental heads will not add up to totals for these years.

Table 105
For the years 1994-95 to 1996-97, GFD receipts include values of bonus shares also. For the years 1999-2000 to 2001-02,
small savings and public provident funds are represented by National Small Savings Fund (NSSF) investment in Central
Government special securities which form part of Centres public debt and are included in other borrowings. Reinvestments
of redemption proceeds by NSSF in Central Government special securities also form part of Centres public debt and are
included in other borrowings from 2003-04 onwards.

Tables 109 to 113, 121 & 235

All Data relate to 28 State Governments.


The account figures of 2000-01 include the data of Chhattisgarh and Uttarakhand for the period November 2000 to March
2001 and do not include those of Jharkhand.

Table 110
In terms of the change in the constitutional provision for sharing Central taxes between the Centre and the States, all taxes
and duties (except surcharge on taxes and duties and any cess for specific purpose) are distributed between the Union and
the States from the year 2000-01 as against the earlier provision for sharing of income tax and union excise duty. As full
details of States share in the Central taxes are not uniformly available in the State Budgets for the period 2000-01 to 2005-06,
only aggregate position of the States share in Central taxes has been presented.

Tables 114, 115 & 117


Figures for Centre and States do not add up to the combined position due to inter-Government adjustments. The data relating
to combined receipts and expenditure of Central Government and State Governments are shown net of inter-Governmental
transactions. The adjustments are thus: (i) revenue receipts of the States and revenue expenditure of the Centre are adjusted
for grants from the Centre to the States, (ii) revenue expenditure of the States and revenue receipts of the Centre are net of
interest payments to the Centre by the States, (iii) capital receipts of the States and capital disbursements of the Centre are
adjusted for loans from the Centre to States, and (iv) capital disbursements of the States and capital receipts of the Centre are
net of repayments of loans by the States to the Centre, (v) the tax revenue for 2000-01 onward is net of amount transferred
to National Calamity Contingency Fund (NCCF).

Table 116
Centres gross tax revenue excludes amounts transferred to National Calamity Fund from 2000-01.

Table 117
Regarding Centre, the expenditure data for the years 1986-87 to 1988-89 have been revised in the later budgets. As the
component-wise details are not available, these revisions have been effected in the totals. Hence, the individual components
of developmental and non-developmental heads will not add up to totals for these years.

Table 120
With the creation of National Small Savings Fund (NSSF) in April 1999, the outstanding balances under small savings
amounting to `1802.73 billion were converted into Central Government special securities which formed part of internal debt.
All investments by NSSF in Central Governments special securities form part of internal debt since 1999-2000. The sharp

403
increase in internal debt and corresponding decline in small savings and provident funds in 1999-2000 is due to this accounting
change. Internal debt also includes liabilities on account of Market Stabilisation Scheme (MSS).

Table 121
(i)
clear their overdrafts outstanding with the Reserve Bank of India. These include `17.43 billion in 1982-83, `4.00 billion
in 1983-84 and `16.28 billion in 1985-86.
(ii)
loans from National Rural Credit (Long-Term Operations) Fund of the NABARD, National Cooperative Development
Corporation, Life Insurance Corporation of India, Employees State Insurance Corporation, Khadi and Village Industries
Commission, etc.

(iii)
included earlier under loans from the Centre is included under internal debt and shown as special securities issued to
National Small Savings Fund (NSSF) of the Central Government.
(iv) Total liabilities include Internal Debt (including market loans and Special Securities issued to NSSF), loans and Advances
from the Centre, small savings, State provident funds, insurance and pension funds, trusts endowments, reserve funds,
deposits & advances and contingency funds.
(v) Outstanding liabilities from 1980-81 to 1989-90 have been derived by adding budgetary flows to CAGs data series on
outstanding liabilities of State Governments with a base year (1986-87). However, outstanding debt for contingency
funds has been derived by backward method of deducting budgetary flow from its outstanding liabilities in 1990-91.
(vi) Debt series from 1990-91 onwards have been compiled by taking the data from Reserve Bank records, CAGs
Combined Finance and Revenue Accounts of the Union and State Governments in India and Ministry of Finance for
the appropriate heads. For the years in which data are not available under the relevant heads, the flow data from the
State budgets have been added to the respective outstanding stock.

Tables 122 & 237


Domestic liabilities of the Centre include internal debt and other liabilities viz., National Small Savings Fund, State Provident
Fund, special deposits and reserve funds and deposits. Data on combined liabilities are net of intergovernmental transactions
between the Centre and State governments viz., (a) NSSF investment in State governments special securities, (b) Loans and
advances by the Centre to States and (c) State governments investment in Centres treasury bills.
Also see note on Table 126.

Table 124
(i)
(ii)
be applicable on cumulative outstanding balance.
(iii)
(iv) National Savings Scheme 1992 was withdrawn with effect from November 1, 2002.
(v) In addition to the interest, post office monthly income scheme also includes a bonus of 10 per cent payable on maturity
after 6 years. However, the 10 per cent bonus payment is not available to accounts opened on or after February 13,
2006
(vi) Interest rate on NSC VIII is compounded semi-annually.
(vii) Indira Vikas Patra has been discontinued with effect from July 17, 1999.
(viii) Kisan Vikas Patra has been discontinued from December 2011.
(ix) The Deposit Scheme for Retiring Government Employees 1989 & Deposit Scheme for Retiring Employees of Public
Sector Companies 1991 have been discontinued with effect from July 9, 2004.
(x) The Senior Citizens Savings Scheme was introduced from August 2, 2004. The scheme is available at post offices and
designated public sector banks. Persons of 60 years of age and above and retired employees of 55 years of age and
above but less than 60 years are eligible to open deposits under the scheme. The deposits are subject to a maximum
ceiling of `15 lakh (limited to retirement benefits in case of eligible retired employees below 60 years of age) and interest
is paid on a quarterly basis.

404
(xi) Section 80C, introduced vide Finance Act, 2005, allows for deduction from income, an amount not exceeding `1 lakh with
respect to sums paid or deposited in the previous year, out of income chargeable to tax, in certainspecified schemes.

(xii) Investments under all small saving schemes including Kisan Vikas Patra have been restricted to individuals only with
effect from May 13, 2005.

Table 125
Data on Public Provident Fund up to 1992-93 relate to State Bank of India transactions only and from 1993-94 onwards they
relate to post office transactions only.

Table 126
The statement on Government of India loans also includes (i) 5.5% Banks (Acquisition of Shares) Compensation Bonds,
1999, (ii) 4.5% Jayanti Shipping Company (Acquisition and Transfer) Compensation Bonds, 1981, and (iii) 5.75% Bonds,
1985, (Voluntary Disclosure of Income and Wealth Ordinance, 1975), now (Voluntary Disclosure of Income and Wealth Act,
1976). Special Bearer Bonds issued on February 2, 1981 are not covered.

Tables 127 to 139, 196 & 197


The above tables relating to Indias foreign trade are based on the data received from the Directorate General of Commercial
Intelligence and Statistics (DGCI&S), Ministry of Commerce, Government of India. Some of the important aspects of coverage
and composition of the data presented in these tables are briefly given below; for details, reference may be made to the
DGCI&S publications, namely: (i) Monthly Statistics of the Foreign Trade of India, Volume I and II, and (ii) Foreign Trade
Statistics of India (Principal Commodities and Countries).
Foreign trade data relate to merchandise trade through all the recognised seaports, airports, land custom stations and inland
containers depots, export processing zones, foreign post offices, etc. located all over India. Data on exports, which include
re-exports, relate to free on board (f.o.b.) values and imports relate to cost, insurance and freight (c.i.f.) values. Exports and
imports are based on the general system of recording, according to which exports relate to Indian merchandise and re-exports
relate to foreign merchandise previously imported into India. Imports relate to foreign merchandise, whether intended for
home consumption, bonding or re-exportation.
Indian Trade Classification, Revision-2 (ITC-Rev. 2) which was based on Standard International Trade Classification Revision-2
(SITC-Rev. 2), was in vogue from April 1977 to March 1987. A new system of commodity classification known as Indian Trade
Classification (based on Harmonised Commodity Description and Coding System), in short ITC (HS) has been adopted from
April 1987. The ITC (HS) is an extended version of the International Classification System called Harmonized Commodity
Description and Coding System evolved by World Customs Organisation previously known as Customs Cooperation
Council, Brussels. Due to changes in trade classification of the commodities, as indicated above, time series data on exports
and imports relating to certain commodity groups may not be strictly comparable. Moreover, some country and/ or group
definitions have also changed over time. Some of these are stated below:
Data for Russia prior to 1993-94 relate to erstwhile USSR with the exception of 1992-93, wherein the data relate to the
Commonwealth of Independent States (C.I.S.) representing a group of following fifteen countries, viz., Armenia, Azerbaijan,
Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan,
Ukraine and Uzbekistan.
From the year 2008-09, data in respect of European Union (E.U.) group consist of twenty-seven countries, viz., Austria,
Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czechoslovakia Rep, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland,
Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovak Rep, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden
and U. K. From the 1995-96 to 2007-08, data reported under E.U. relate to fifteen countries and prior to 1995-96, relate to
twelve countries.
Current 13 members of the OPEC are Algeria, Angola, Ecuador, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi
Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Venezuela. Ecuador and Gabon withdrew from OPEC membership at the end of 1992
and 1994, respectively. The two countries, viz., Angola and Ecuador have been added to OPEC during 2008. Data on OPEC
totals, therefore, relate to the 13 countries for the period from 1987-88 to 1992-93, 12 countries for the period 1993-94 to
1994-95 and the 11 countries till 2007-08.

Data on Indias trade with Germany relate to Federal Republic of Germany up till 1989-90 and to unified Germany from 199091 onwards.
Trade balance and its components have been defined as:

405
(i)
(ii)

Tables 129 & 130


(i)
and saddlery & harness.
(ii)
machine tools, machinery & instruments, transport equipment, residual engineering items, iron & steel bar/rod, etc.,
primary & semi-finished iron and steel, electronic goods, computer software in physical form and project goods.
(iii)
and fine chemicals, dyes, intermediates & coal tar chemicals, organic/inorganic/agrochemicals, cosmetics/toilet
preparations, etc. (b) plastic and linoleum products (c) rubber, glass, paints and enamels, etc. (rubber manufactured
products except footwear, footwear of rubber/canvas, etc., paints/enamels/ varnishes, etc., glass/glassware/ceramics/
refractories, etc.) , and (d) residual chemicals and allied products.
(iv) Textile and textiles products includes : (a) cotton yarn, fabrics, made-ups, etc., (b) natural silk yarn, fabrics made-ups,
etc. including silk waste, (c) man-made yarn, fabrics, made-ups, etc., (d) man-made staple fibre, (e) woolen yarn,
fabrics, made-ups, etc., (f) readymade garments (RMG) consists of RMG cotton including accessories, RMG silk, RMG
man-made fibres, RMG wool, RMG other than textile material (g) jute and jute manufactures consists of jute yarn, jute
hessian, floor covering of jute and other jute manufactures (h) coir and coir manufactures, and (i) carpets consist of hand
made, mill made and silk carpets.

Tables 135 & 136


In the tables pertaining to direction of trade, country-wise data on exports from the year 2002-03 onwards include exports of
petroleum (crude and products). Country-wise breakup of this item is not available for the earlier years and it is included in
the others/unspecified group. In the case of imports, country-wise data from 2000-01 to 2005-06 do not include imports of
petroleum (crude and products); these are included in the others/unspecified group. The import figures for 2006-07 onwards
include country-wise distribution of petroleum imports.

Table 137 to 139


The index number of foreign trade of a country serves as an instrument to indicate the temporal fluctuations in the export/
import of the country in terms of volume and unit price. An index number, in general, may be defined as a measure of average
change in a group of related variables over two different situations. The index numbers of foreign trade have been computed
as:
(i)

UVI =
(ii)

QI
P0 Qo

Where Pt is the unit value of an item in the current period.


Qt stands for quantity of the same item in the current period.
Po and Qo are respectively the unit value and the quantity for the item during the base period.
denotes summation across commodities in the index.
(iii)
The three types of terms of trade are calculated as:
(a) Gross terms of trade (GTT) is the ratio of quantum index (Ql) of imports to that of exports.

406
QI (Imports)
GTT =
QI (Exports)
(b) Net terms of trade (NTT) is the ratio of unit value index (UVI) of exports to that of imports

NTT = UVI (Exports)


UVI (Imports) X 100
(c) Income terms of trade (ITT) is the product of net terms of trade (NTT) and quantum index (QI) of exports

NTT
ITT
100
= UVI (Exports) X QI (Exports)
UVI (Imports)
Tables 140 to 145, 155, 200, 201 & 239
(i)
payments and added as reinvestment in NRI deposits under Banking Capital - NRD. This treatment has been effected
from 1988-89 onwards.
(ii)
in 2004-05.
(iii)
(iv)
(5th edition) from May 1993 onwards; these entries have been included under merchandise or other capital payments
depending upon the nature of transaction.
(v)
are recorded under imports (merchandise debit) with credits financing such imports shown under Loans (External
Commercial Borrowings to India) in the capital account. Interest payments on defence debt owed to the General
Currency Area (GCA) are recorded under Investment Income debit and principal repayments under debit to Loans
(External Commercial Borrowings to India). In the case of Rupee Payment Area (RPA), interest payment on and
principal repayment of debt is clubbed together and shown separately under the item Rupee Debt Service in the capital
account. This is in line with the recommendations of the High Level Committee on Balance of Payments (Chairman: Dr.
C. Rangarajan).
(vi)

Government of India by the RBI has been excluded from the BoP statistics. Data for the earlier years have, therefore,
been amended by making suitable adjustments in Other Capital Receipts and Foreign Exchange Reserves.
(vii)
and DGCI&S Data on Merchandise Trade, data on gold and silver brought in by the Indians returning from abroad have
been included under import payments with contra entry under Private Transfer Receipts since 1992-93.
(viii)
under the head, Income with effect from 1997-98; earlier, compensation of employees was recorded under the head
Services - miscellaneous.
(ix)
under travel in services.
(x)
(xi)
1972 and on the basis of average of the Banks spot buying and selling rates for sterling and the monthly averages of
cross rates of non-sterling currencies based on London market thereafter. Effective March 1993, conversion is made by
crossing average spot buying and selling rate for US Dollar in the forex market and the monthly averages of cross rates
of non-dollar currencies based on the London market.
(xii)
best practices, the coverage of FDI has been expanded since 2000-01 to include, besides equity capital, reinvested
earnings (retained earnings of FDI companies) and other capital (inter-corporate debt transactions between related
entities). Data on equity capital include equity of unincorporated entities (mainly foreign bank branches in India and
Indian bank branches operating abroad) besides equity of incorporated bodies.

407
Tables 148, 149, 204, 254 & 255
With the revision of REER & NEER, the Reserve Bank has been compiling revised 36 - currency REER & NEER series
effective 1993.

Tables 156, 207 & 212


(i)
figures) and month-end (for month-end figures) New York closing exchange rates. Prior to April 1, 1999, conversion of
foreign currency assets into US dollar was done at representative exchange rates released by the IMF.
(ii)
(iii)
the international best practices. Foreign exchange reserve figures (monthly) have accordingly been revised for 2002-03
and 2003-04 to include RTP position in the IMF.

Table 160
The Reserve Bank maintains currency chests and small coin depots, not only with the State Bank of India (SBI), its Associates and
nationalised banks but also with treasuries and sub-treasuries. Currency chests/small coin depots have also been established
with scheduled private sector banks, one foreign bank and a state cooperative bank.

Table 162
1
onwards. As per Tendulkar Methodology, the poverty line has been expressed in terms of MPCE (Monthly Per capita
Consumption Expenditure) based on Mixed Reference Period.

2
footwear, durable goods, education and institutional medical expenses, which are collected by using 365-day reference
period and the consumption data for the remaining items are collected by using 30-day reference period.
3
(2011 Census population extrapolated).
4
5
line.
6
7
8

Table 174(a) & 174(b)


1
commercial banks.
2
3
4
services sector.
5

borrower.
6
April 30, 2007.
7
in definition with effect from September 2009.

408
Table 184
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
convertible debentures.

Table 218
Amounts are at face value.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

10. Allotment to non-competitive Bidders at wrt. average yield/price of competitive bids.


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Period

Part I : Annual Series


National Income, Saving And Employment
Macro-Economic Aggregates (At Current Prices) 1951-52 to 2012-13
Macro-Economic Aggregates (At Constant Prices)
1951-52 to 2012-13
Components Of Gross Domestic Product (At Factor
1951-52
Cost) to 2012-13
Components Of Gross Domestic Product (At Market
1951-52
Prices)
to 2012-13
Net State Domestic Product At Factor Cost - State-Wise (At
1983-84 to 2013-14
Net State Domestic Product At Factor Cost - State-Wise (At
1983-84 to 2013-14
Components Of Net State Domestic Product At Factor Cost By
2004-05 to 2012-13
Industry Of Origin (At Current Prices) (Base : 2004-2005)
Components Of Net State Domestic Product At Factor Cost
2004-05 to 2012-13
By Industry Of Origin (At Constant Prices) (Base : 2004-2005)
PerCapitaNetStateDomesticProductAtFactorCost-State-Wise
1993-94 to 2013-14
PerCapitaNetStateDomesticProductAtFactorCost-State-Wise
1993-94 to 2013-14
Sector-Wise Domestic Savings (At Current Prices)
1951-52 to 2011-12
Changes In Financial Assets/ Liabilities Of The Household Sector
1972-73 to 2012-13
Gross/ Net Domestic Capital Formation (At Current
1951-52
Prices)to 2011-12
Sector-Wise Gross Capital Formation
1951-52 to 2011-12
Employment In Public And Organised Private Sectors
1973-74 to 2010-11

Output And Prices


Index Numbers Of Area, Production And Yield Of Foodgrains,
1993-94 to 2012-13

Non-Foodgrains And All Crops In India


Index Numbers Of Agricultural Production - Major1993-94
Crops to 2012-13
Agricultural Production - Foodgrains
1955-56 to 2012-13
Agricultural Production - Major Commercial Crops1956-57 to 2012-13
Area Under Cultivation - Foodgrains
1955-56 to 2012-13
Area Under Cultivation - Major Commercial Crops1956-57 to 2012-13
Yield Per Hectare - Foodgrains
1955-56 to 2012-13

Table Title

Period

Yield Per Hectare - Major Commercial Crops


1952-53 to 2012-13
State-Wise Production of Foodgrains and Major Non-Foodgrain
1993-94 to 2012-13
Crops
Pattern of Land Use and Select Inputs for Agricultural Produc1954-55 to 2011-12
tion
Minimum Support Price for Foodgrains According to Crop Year
1980-81 to 2013-14
(Fair Average Quality)
Minimum Support Price for Non-Foodgrains According to Crop
1980-81 to 2013-14
Year (Fair Average Quality)
Public Distribution System - Procurement, Off-Take
1975-76
and Stocks
to 2013-14
Index Numbers of Industrial Production
1981-82 to 2012-13
Index Numbers of Seventeen Major Industry Groups of Manu2005-06 to 2012-13
facturing Sector (Base : 2004-05 = 100)
Index Numbers of Industrial Production - Use-Based Clas1981-82 to 2012-13
sification
Index Numbers of Infrastructure Industries
1994-95 to 2012-13
Annual Inddices of Select Industries
2005-06 to 2012-13
Annual Survey of Industries - Principal Characteristics
2003-04 to 2010-11
Production and Imports of Crude Oil and Petroleum
1977-78
Products
to 2012-13
Performance of SSI Sector
1977-78 to 2011-12
Position of Sick SSI Units and Sick/ Weak Non-SSI Units Fi1991 to 2013
nanced by Scheduled Commercial Banks
Implementation of Central Sector Projects - Status
1999
(end-March)
to 2013
Sector-Wise Cost Overrun of Delayed Central Sector Projects
2000 to 2013
(end-March)
Wholesale Price Index - Annual Average
1970-71 to 2012-13
Consumer Price Index - Annual Average
1971-72 to 2012-13
Average Price of Gold and Silver in Domestic and Foreign
1972-73 to 2012-13
Markets

MONEY AND BANKING


Reserve Bank of India - Liabilities and Assets
Components of Money Stock
Sources of Money Stock

1979 to 2013
1956-57 to 2012-13
1961-62 to 2012-13

Average Monetary Aggregates


1955-56 to 2012-13
Major Monetary Policy Rates and Reserve Requirements Bank Rate, LAF (Repo, Reverse Repo and MSF)1998
Rates,
to Jul
CRR
2013
& SLR
Scheduled Commercial Banks - Select Aggregates
1955-56 to 2012-13

Table Title
Sectoral Deployment of Non-Food Gross Bank Credit

Industry-Wise Deployment of Gross Bank Credit


Savings Deposits With Commercial Banks
Scheduled Commercial Banks - Maturity Pattern of Term De-

Bank Group-Wise Distribution of Employees of Scheduled


Commercial Banks
Industrial Refinance by Reserve Bank of India
Deposits and Credit of Scheduled Commercial Banks - According to Population Group
Direct Institutional Credit for Agriculture and Allied Activities -

Direct Institutional Credit for Agriculture and Allied Activities -

Direct Institutional Credit for Agriculture and Allied Activities


-Total (Short-Term and Long-Term)
Indirect Institutional Credit for Agriculture and Allied Activities
Scheduled Commercial Banks' Direct Finance to Farmers
According to Size of Land Holdings (Disbursements) ShortTerm and Long-Term Loans
Scheduled Commercial Banks' Direct Finance to Farmers
According to Size of Land Holdings (Outstanding) Short-Term
and Long-Term Loans
Scheduled Commercial Banks Advances to Small-Scale
Industries and Allied Services - Outstanding
Scheduled Commercial Banks Advances to Agriculture

Consolidated Balance Sheet of Scheduled Commercial Banks


(Excluding Regional Rural Banks)
Gross and Net NPAs of Scheduled Commercial Banks Bank

Distribution of Scheduled Commercial Banks by CRAR

Population Group-Wise Number of Branches of Scheduled


Commercial Banks
Important Banking Indicators

- Regional Rural Banks

State Co-Operative Banks Maintaining Accounts With the


Reserve Bank of India
Loans and Advances of PACS, SCARDBs and PCARDBs

Table Title

Period

Gross Non-Performing Assets of Co-operative Banks


1994-95 to 2011-12
Self-Help Group-Bank Linkage Programme
1995-96 to 2011-12
Remittances Through the RBI - Telegraphic Transfers
1974-75 to 2012-13
Cheque Clearances
1974-75 to 2012-13

FINANCIAL MARKETS
Structure of Interest Rates
2000-01 to 2013-14
Prices and Redemption Yield On Central Government Securi1999-00 to 2009-10
ties (SGL Transactions)
Resource Mobilisation in the Private Placement Market
1999-00 to 2012-13
Net Resources Mobilised by Bank-Sponsored and FI1991-92 to 2012-13
Sponsored Mutual Funds
Net Resources Mobilised by Mutual Funds
1973-74 to 2012-13
Net Resources Mobilised by Private Sector Mutual
1999-00
Funds to 2012-13
Aggregate Deposits of the NBFC Sector
1997-98 to 2012-13
New Capital Issues by Non-Government Public Limited Com1974 to 2012-13
panies
Bonds Issued by Public Sector Undertakings
1988-89 to 2012-13
Financial Assistance Sanctioned and Disbursed by All Finan1974-75 to 2012-13
cial Institutions
Investments by LIC
1982 to 2013
Assets Under Management of Mutual Funds
2000 to 2013
Operations of HDFC
1982-83 to 2012-13
National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development - Finan1978-79 to 2012-13
cial Assistance
Disbursements by National Housing Bank Under its Refinance
1992-93 to 2012-13
Schemes
Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation - Insured
1975 to 2012-13
Deposits
Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation
1991-92 to 2012-13
Liabilities and Assets ( Deposit Insurance Fund )

Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation


1991-92 to 2012-13
Liabilities and Assets ( Credit Guarantee Fund )
Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation
1991-92 to 2012-13
Liabilities and Assets ( General Fund )
Liabilities and Assets of NABARD
1995 to 2013
Liabilities and Assets of IFCI
1975 to 2013
Liabilities and Assets of EXIM Bank
1986 to 2013

Table Title

Period

Liabilities and Assets of NHB


1994 to 2013
Liabilities and Assets of SFCs
1978 to 2012
Liabilities and Assets of SIDBI
1995 to 2013
Annual Averages of Share Price Indices and Market
1985-86 to 2012-13

PUBLIC FINANCES
Key Deficit Indicators of the Central Government 1974-75 to 2013-14
Central Government Receipts - Major Components
1972-73 to 2013-14
Major Heads of Capital Receipts of the Central Government
1974-75 to 2013-14
Major Heads of Expenditure of the Central Government
1974-75 to 2013-14
Major Heads of Developmental and Non-Developmental Ex1984-85 to 2013-14
penditure of the Central Government
Centres Gross Fiscal Deficit and its Financing 1984-85 to 2013-14
Gross Capital Formation From Budgetary Resources of the
1974-75 to 2012-13
Public Sector Plan Outlay (At Current Prices)
1989-90 to 2012-13
Financing of Public Sector Plan
1985-86 to 2012-13
Key Deficit Indicators of the State Governments 1974-75 to 2012-13
Pattern of Receipts of the State Governments 1974-75 to 2012-13
Pattern of Major Capital Receipts of the State Governments
1974-75 to 2012-13
Expenditure Pattern of the State Governments 1974-75 to 2012-13
States' Gross Fiscal Deficit and its Financing
1984-85 to 2012-13
Combined Deficits of Central and State Governments
1984-85 to 2012-13
Receipts and Disbursements of Central and State1983-84
Governments
to 2012-13
Direct and Indirect Tax Revenues of Central and State Govern1984-85 to 2012-13
Developmental and Non-Developmental Expenditure of the
1985-86 to 2012-13
Central and State Governments
Market Borrowings of the Central and States Governments
1985-86 to 2013-14
Interest Rates On Central and State Government Dated Se1982-83 to 2012-13
Outstanding Liabilities of Central Government 1984-85 to 2013-14
Outstanding Liabilities of the State Governments 1983-84 to 2012-13
Combined Liabilities of the Central and State Governments
1985-86 to 2013-14

Ownership of Central and State Government Securities (Out2010 to 2012

Table Title

Period

Small Savings Schemes


Apr-92 to Mar.12
Small Savings
1973-74 to 2011-12
Maturity Pattern of Government of India Rupee Loans
1976 to 2013

TRADE AND BALANCE OF PAYMENTS


Indias Foreign Trade - US Dollar
1974-75 to 2012-13
Indias Foreign Trade - Rupees
1974-75 to 2012-13
Exports of Principal Commodities - US Dollar (1987-88 on1997-98 to 2012-13
wards)
Exports of Principal Commodities - Rupees (1987-88
1997-98
onwards)
to 2012-13
Imports of Principal Commodities - US Dollar (1987-88 on1997-98 to 2012-13
wards)
Imports of Principal Commodities - Rupees (1987-88
2005-06
onwards)
to 2012-13
Exports of Select Commodities to Principal Countries - US
1998-99 to 2012-13
Dollar
Exports of Select Commodities to Principal Countries
1998-99
- Rupees
to 2012-13
Direction of Foreign Trade - US Dollar
2008-09 to 2012-13
Direction of Foreign Trade - Rupees
2008-09 to 2012-13
Index Numbers and Terms of Foreign Trade (Base: 1978-1979
1975-76 to 2011-12
= 100)
Index Numbers of Exports - Quantum and Unit Value (Base :
2004-05 to 2011-12
1999-2000 = 100)
Index Numbers of Imports - Quantum and Unit Value (Base :
2004-05 to 2011-12
1999-2000 = 100)
India's Overall Balance of Payments - US Dollar 2007-08 to 2012-13
India's Overall Balance of Payments - Rupees 2007-08 to 2012-13
Key Components of India's Balance of Payments1983-84
- US Dollar
to 2012-13
Key Components of India's Balance of Payments1983-84
- Rupeesto 2012-13
Invisibles by Category of Transactions - US Dollars
1993-94 to 2012-13
Invisibles by Category of Transactions - Rupees 1993-94 to 2012-13
Exchange Rate of the Indian Rupee vis-a-vis the SDR, US Dollar, Pound Sterling, D. M./ Euro and Japanese Yen
1972
(Calendar
to 2012
Year - Annual Average)
Exchange Rate of the Indian Rupee vis-a-vis the SDR, US Dollar, Pound Sterling, D. M./ Euro and Japanese Yen
1972-73
(Financial
to 2012-13
Year - Annual Average and end-Year Rates)
Indices of Real Effective Exchange Rate (REER) and Nominal
Effective Exchange Rate (NEER) of the Indian Rupee
1993 (36to 2012
Currency Bilateral Weights) (Calendar Year - Annual Average)

Table Title

Period

Indices of Real Effective Exchange Rate (REER) and Nominal


Effective Exchange Rate (NEER) of the Indian Rupee
1993-94
(36-to 2012-13
Currency Bilateral Weights) (Financial Year - Annual Average)
External Assistance - US Dollar
1984-85 to 2012-13
NRI Deposits Outstanding - US Dollar
1995 to 2013
NRI Deposits Outstanding - Rupees
1995 to 2013
Inflows (+)/ Outflows (-) Under Various NRI Deposit Schemes 1994-95 to 2012-13
Inflows (+)/ Outflows (-) Under Various NRI Deposit Schemes
1994-95 to 2012-13
Foreign Investment Inflows
Foreign Exchange Reserves
India's External Debt - US Dollar (end - March)
Indias External Debt - Rupees (end-March)

2000-01 to 2012-13
1955-56 to 2012-13
1995 to 2013
1995 to 2013

CURRENCY AND COINAGE


Notes and Coins in Circulation
1974-75 to 2012-13
Currency Chests/ Repositories and Small Coin Depots - All
1979-80 to 2013

SOCIO-ECONOMIC INDICATORS
Number of Recognised Educational Institutions 1955-56 to 2008-09
Number and Percentage of Population Below Poverty
2004-05
Lineto 2011-12
Employment Situation in India - Per 1000 Distribution of Usually
1989-90 to 2011-12

2008-09:Q1 to 2013-14:Q1

267

2008-09:Q1 to 2013-14:Q1

268

2008-09:Q1 to 2013-14:Q1

269

2007-08:Q1 to 2012-13:Q4

270

Apr-05 to Jun-13

271

Apr-05 to Jun-13

272

Table Title

Period

Use-Based Classification of Index Numbers of Industrial


Apr-07 to Jun-13
Production (Base : 2004-05 = 100)
Wholesale Price Index - Monthly Average
Apr-08 to Jul-13
Consumer Price Index - Monthly
Apr-08 to Jul-13
Monthly Average Price of Gold and Silver in Domestic and
Apr-09 to Jul-13
Foreign Markets

MONEY AND BANKING


Components of Money Stock
Apr-09 to Jul-13
Sources of Money Stock
Apr-09 to Jul-13
Scheduled Commercial Banks - Select Aggregates
Jan-09 to Jul-13
Deployment of Bank Credit by Major Sectors
Jun-12 to Jul-13
Industry-Wise Deployment of Bank Credit
Jun-12 to Jul-13
Reserve Bank of India Survey
Aug-11 to Jun-13
Monetary Survey
Aug-11 to Jun-13
Commercial Bank Survey
Aug-11 to Jun-13
Liquidity Aggregates
Apr-10 to Jul-13

FINANCIAL MARKETS
Weighted Average Call Money Rates
Apr-07 to Jul-13
Monthly Open Market Operations of the Reserve Apr-10
Bank oftoIndia
Jul-13
Secondary Market Transactions in Government Securities
Apr-10 to Jun-13
Yield of SGL Transactions in Treasury Bills for Residual
Apr-10 to Aug-13
Maturities
Month-EndYield of SGL Transactions in Government Dated
Apr-10 to Jun-13
Securities for Various Maturities
New Capital Issues by Non-Government Public Limited
Apr-10 to Mar-13
Companies
Number and Quantum of Euro Issues
Apr-08 to Mar-13
Net Investments by FIIs in the Indian Capital Market
Apr-09 to Jul-13
Monthly and Annual Averages of BSE National Index (Base :
Apr-09 to Aug-13
1983-84 = 100)
Monthly and Annual Averages of S&P CNX Nifty (Base :
Apr-09 to Aug-13
November 3, 1995 = 1000)
Monthly and Annual Averages of BSE Sensitive Index (Base :
Apr-09 to Jul-13
1978-79 = 100)
Monthly Turnover at BSE
Apr-09 to Jul-13
Monthly Turnover at NSE
Apr-09 to Jul-13

Table Title

Period

Market Capitalisation - BSE


Apr-09 to Jul-13
Market Capitalisation - NSE
Apr-09 to Jul-13
Turnover in the Equity Derivatives Market
Apr-10 to Jul-13
Month-Wise Gross Fiscal Deficit of the Central Government
Apr-08 to Jul-13

EXTERNAL SECTOR
Indias Foreign Trade - US Dollar
Apr-10 to Jul-13
Indias Foreign Trade - Rupees
Apr-10 to Jun-13
Broad Commodity Composition of Indias Merchandise Trade Apr-09 to Jun-13
Oil and Non-Oil Exports and Imports - US Dollar
Broad Commodity Composition of Indias Merchandise Trade Apr-09 to Jun-13
Oil and Non-Oil Exports and Imports - Rupees
India's Overall Balance of Payments - Quarterly - 2009-10:Q1
US Dollars to 2012-13:Q4
India's Overall Balance of Payments - Quarterly - Rupees
2009-10:Q1 to 2012-13:Q4
Exchange Rate of the Indian Rupee vis-a-vis the SDR, US
Dollar, Pound Sterling, Euro and Japanese Yen (Monthly Average
Jan-07 to Jul-13
and end-Month Rates)
Exchange Rate of the Indian Rupee vis-a-vis the SDR, US
Dollar, Pound Sterling, Euro and Japanese Yen (High
Apr-09
and
to Low
Aug-13
Indices of Real Effective Exchange Rate (REER) and Nominal
Effective Exchange Rate (NEER) of the Indian Rupee
Jan-09
(36to Aug-13
Currency Bilateral Weights) (Monthly Average)
Turnover in Foreign Exchange Market
Apr-11 to Aug-13
Forward Premia (Inter-Bank) (Monthly Average) Apr-09 to Jul-13
Foreign Exchange Reserves
Apr-10 to Aug-13
Sales and Purchases of US Dollar by the ReserveApr-09
Bank to
of Jun-13
India

PART III : SERIES WITH LESS THAN MONTHLY FREQUENCY


Scheduled Commercial Banks - Select Aggregates
Apr-10 to Jul-13
Commercial Paper
Apr-10 to Jul-13
Issue of Certificates of Deposit by Scheduled Commercial
Apr-10 to Jul-13
Foreign Exchange Reserves - Weekly
Apr-11 to Jul-13
Secondary Market Outright Transactions in Government
Nov-12 to Jul-13
Securities (Face Value)
Turnover in Government Securities Market (FaceJun-12
Value) to Jul-13
Auctions of 91-Day Government of India TreasuryJul-12
Bills to Jul-13
Auctions of 182-Day Government of India Treasury
Jul-12
Billsto Jul-13

Table Title
Auctions of 364-Day Government of India Treasury
Apr-12
Bills to Sep-13
Details of Central Government Market BorrowingsNov-12 to Jul-13
Secondary Market Repo Transactions in Government Securities

Dec-12 to Jul-13
(Face Value)
Daily Exchange Rate of the Indian Rupee
Dec-12 to Aug-13
Daily Forward Premia (Inter-Bank)
Mar-13 to Jul-13
Daily Weighted Average Call/ Notice Money Rates
Feb-13 to Jul-13

PART IV : MAJOR GROWTH RATES AND RATIOS


Select Macro-Economic Aggregates - Growth, Saving and
1951-52 to 2012-13
Investment Rates (At Current Prices)
Select Macro-Economic Aggregates
- Growth Rate and
1951-52 to 2012-13
Investment Rate (At Constant Prices)
Index Numbers of Industrial Production - Growth Rates
2005-06 to 2012-13
(Base: 2004-05)
Use-Based Classification of Index Numbers of Industrial
2005-06 to 2012-13
Production - Growth Rate (Base: 2004-05)
Index Numbers of Infrastructure Industries - Growth Rate (Base:
2005-06 to 2012-13
2004-05)
Select Monetary Aggregates - Growth Rates
1975-76 to 2012-13
Select Aggregates of Scheduled Commercial Banks - Growth
1956-57 to 2012-13
Rates
Scheduled Commercial Banks - Ratios
1951-52 to 2012-13
Select Monetary Ratios
1956-57 to 2012-13
Wholesale Price Index - Annual Variation
1971-72 to 2012-13
Consumer Price Index (Average of Months) - Annual
1971-72
Variation
to 2012-13
Select Fiscal Indicators of the Central Government (As Percentage
1973-74 to 2013-14
to GDP)
Select Fiscal Indicators of the State Governments (As Percentage
1973-74 to 2012-13
to GDP)
Combined Deficits of the Central and State Governments (As
1981-82 to 2012-13
Percentage to GDP)
Select Debt Indicators of the Central and State Governments
1980-81 to 2013-14
(As Percentage to GDP)
Balance of Payments - Indicators
1974-75 to 2012-13
Wholesale Price Index - Monthly Average - Annual
Apr-08
Variation
to Jul-13
Consumer Price Index - Annual Variation
Apr-08 to Jul-13
Average Price/ Earning Ratio of BSE Sensitive Index
Apr-09 to Jul-13
Average Price/ Book Value Ratio of BSE Sensitive
Apr-09
Indexto Jul-13

The following general symbols have been used throughout in the publication:
Not Available.
Not Applicable.

Nil / Negligible / Zero


10 Million = 1 Crore;

1 Million = 10 Lakh;

Population

GDP at

(Million)

Factor Cost
2

365

105.96

372

104.49

379

113.78

386

106.89

393

108.61

401

129.65

409

132.55

418

148.27

426

155.74

434

170.49

444

179.92

454

192.38

464

219.86

474

256.86

485

268.95

495

306.13

506

359.76

518

379.38

529

417.22

541

443.82

554

472.21

567

519.43

580

636.58

593

749.30

607

795.82

620

855.45

634

976.33

648

1049.30

664

1145.00

679

1368.38

692

1602.13

708

1789.85

723

2093.56

739

2351.13

755

2627.17

771

2929.24

788

3320.68

805

3962.95

822

4565.40

839

5318.13

856

6135.28

872

7037.23

892

8179.61

910

9553.85

928

11185.86

946

13017.88

964

14476.13

983

16687.39

1001

18582.05

1019

20007.43

1040

21752.60

1056

23438.64

1072

26258.19

1089

29714.64

1106

33905.03

1122

39532.76

1138

45820.86

1154

53035.67

1170

61089.03

1186

72669.66

1202

83534.95

1217

94610.13

Net Factor

GNP at

Income from

Factor Cost

Abroad
9

10

-0.35

105.61

-0.25

104.24

-0.19

113.59

-0.29

106.60

-0.10

108.51

-0.17

129.48

-0.20

132.35

-0.35

147.92

-0.57

155.17

-0.72

169.77

-0.98

178.94

-1.08

191.30

-1.12

218.74

-1.45

255.41

-1.64

267.31

-2.30

303.83

-2.58

357.18

-2.55

376.83

-2.71

414.51

-2.84

440.98

-2.91

469.30

-3.02

516.41

-3.25

633.33

-2.91

746.39

-2.55

793.27

-2.33

853.12

-2.33

974.00

-1.56

1047.74

1.53

1146.53

3.45

1371.83

0.40

1602.53

-6.34

1783.51

-9.44

2084.12

-14.24

2336.89

-14.29

2612.88

-18.05

2911.19

-26.19

3294.49

-44.96

3917.99

-57.31

4508.09

-75.45

5242.68

-100.77

6034.51

-116.45

6920.78

-120.80

8058.81

-130.83

9423.02

-134.84

11051.02

-130.82

12887.06

-132.05

14344.08

-149.68

16537.71

-154.31

18427.74

-227.33

19780.10

-200.68

21551.92

-166.90

23717.74

-207.08

26051.11

-223.75

29490.89

-261.16

33643.87

-332.34

39200.42

-205.12

45615.74

-329.23

52706.44

-380.00

60709.03

-818.07

71851.59

-768.30

82766.65

-999.00

93611.13

NDP of Public
Sector
16
13.99
15.74
18.21
21.04
23.42
26.64
29.67
33.65
38.69
44.19
49.36
55.03
60.37
70.60
90.82
107.82
127.63
140.77
156.16
177.39
207.73
258.20
317.22
375.81
426.80
494.49
589.13
682.93
811.48
940.43
1058.99
1254.84
1430.77

1652.63
1919.61
2275.64
2458.52
2928.55
3400.97
3798.94
4014.59
4389.85
4889.04
5207.11
5715.14
6096.55
6874.02
7686.95
9120.37
11156.03
13055.02
14796.09
:

1. Data for 2012-13 are Provisional.

GDP at Factor

Consumption of

Cost

Fixed Capital
2

2861.47

227.54

2942.67

222.49

3121.77

218.52

3254.31

188.45

3337.66

193.05

3527.66

202.26

3485.00

209.77

3749.48

221.64

3831.53

229.51

4102.79

229.78

4230.11

241.09

4319.60

254.75

4538.29

269.19

4882.47

288.67

4704.02

305.05

4751.89

326.79

5138.60

349.13

5272.70

367.83

5616.30

392.18

5897.86

438.05

5957.41

457.27

5938.43

474.52

6208.72

495.60

6280.79

526.96

6846.34

555.76

6931.91

591.99

7449.72

617.80

7859.64

643.02

7450.83

674.32

7985.06

711.44

8434.26

748.43

8680.91

791.54

9362.69

831.01

9733.57

888.77

10138.66

948.55

10576.12

1006.13

10949.92

1077.45

12062.43

1135.60

12802.28

1203.21

13478.89

1287.35

13671.71

1376.63

14405.03

1458.47

15223.43

1520.23

16196.94

1622.92

17377.40

1725.89

18763.19

1836.11

19570.31

1980.48

20878.27

2118.88

22549.42

2286.51

23484.81

2441.16

24749.62

2599.44

25709.35

2733.67

27757.49

2910.27

29714.64

3198.91

32530.73

3508.93

35643.64

3857.00

38966.36

4276.29

41586.76

4689.04

45161.00

5219.06

49370.00

5720.54

52435.82

6247.73

55054.37

6823.50

Net factor Income

GNP at Factor

from Abroad

Cost

-5.88

2855.58

-4.76

2937.91

-3.94

3117.84

-6.01

3248.30

-2.24

3335.42

-3.48

3524.18

-5.30

3479.70

-7.29

3742.19

-12.89

3818.64

-15.40

4087.39

-20.58

4209.53

-23.66

4295.94

-23.82

4514.46

-30.54

4851.93

-32.47

4671.55

-31.66

4720.24

-38.95

5099.65

-37.12

5235.58

-39.78

5576.52

-41.15

5856.72

-40.39

5917.03

-37.05

5901.38

-33.74

6174.98

-26.42

6254.37

-22.78

6823.55

-20.95

6910.96

-17.49

7432.23

-16.67

7842.97

-3.10

7447.72

-0.02

7985.04

-11.02

8423.24

-38.03

8642.88

-42.18

9320.51

-58.72

9674.85

-58.67

10079.99

-65.41

10510.71

-87.83

10862.09

-125.46

11936.97

-134.61

12667.67

-168.49

13310.40

-176.30

13495.41

-178.12

14226.92

-162.05

15061.38

-164.30

16032.64

-176.72

17200.69

-169.49

18593.70

-138.24

19432.08

-146.87

20731.40

-163.75

22385.67

-238.00

23246.81

-213.71

24535.91

-189.60

25519.75

-206.93

27550.56

-223.75

29490.89

-248.96

32281.77

-295.15

35348.49

-171.79

38794.57

-253.84

41332.92

-277.57

44883.14

-547.57

48822.49

-467.34

51968.48

-563.33

54491.04

GDP of Public
sector
13
341.81
382.48
446.42
490.14
533.65
584.27
620.74
661.62
717.11
774.29
843.79
893.73
951.11
1048.01
1071.83
1166.31
1288.72
1354.43
1453.22
1515.76
1664.92
1750.98
1923.90
2044.86

2190.79
2385.89
2567.48
2733.24
2919.10
3168.88
3241.05
3425.14
3516.56
3666.75
3945.62
4292.15
4434.01
4876.52
5177.85
5714.80
5732.21
6061.89
6384.05
6589.44
6805.19
7186.50
7803.53
8279.64
9121.77
10272.39
11223.97
11966.56
:

1. Data for 2012-13 are Provisional.

Agriculture & Allied


Activities
At Constant
Prices
2
Year :

Year :
1472.16
1518.59
1635.53
1683.61
1669.06

1759.80
1680.75
1850.10
1831.47
1954.82
1956.47
1917.55
1962.41
2143.43
1906.75
1879.62
2159.14
2155.72
2294.28
2456.99
2410.87
2289.88
2454.79
2417.40
2728.99
2571.31
2829.37
2894.52
2524.75
2850.15
2981.30
2972.93
3273.82
3325.71
3336.16
3322.50
3269.75
3781.13
3826.09
3979.71
3902.01
4161.53
4299.81
4502.58
4471.27
4914.84
4789.33
5092.03
5227.95
5227.55
5541.57
5175.59
5643.91
5654.26
5944.87
6191.90
6550.80
6556.89
6609.87
7134.77

7394.95
7536.10

Manufacturing
At Constant

At Current

Prices

Prices
10

11

258.89

11.70

267.89

11.02

288.63

12.42

308.85

12.88

333.04

13.24

358.04

15.76

371.84

16.79

390.26

17.92

416.76

20.07

451.34

23.37

489.88

25.78

525.54

28.62

575.25

32.64

615.03

35.90

620.74

38.26

625.63

41.85

628.04

44.71

662.83

48.39

733.94

55.73

751.18

60.83

775.73

67.48

806.14

74.98

842.01

90.74

866.55

116.61

884.82

121.29

962.42

134.21

1022.32

150.33

1148.59

173.12

1111.59

198.24

1113.76

221.41

1204.75

260.40

1244.36

284.31

1371.68

337.08

1429.40

378.67

1474.96

419.83

1556.00

464.13

1643.14

527.15

1782.75

621.31

1940.33

749.32

2032.95

859.34

1984.19

933.01

2045.51

1080.92

2221.24

1252.98

2461.61

1548.14

2842.21

1935.70

3112.26

2205.75

3113.85

2294.04

3211.37

2503.73

3384.58

2712.55

3631.63

3062.96

3714.08

3184.96

3969.12

3485.34

4220.62

3911.90

4532.25

4532.25

4990.20

5216.69

5704.58

6348.28

6290.73

7327.20

6563.02

8183.22

7304.35

9221.51

8014.76

10807.50

8230.23

12020.86

8316.48

12799.66

Trade, Hotels, Transport &


Communication
At Constant
Prices
18
316.08
326.41
338.61
360.65
387.00
415.37
428.31
449.65
477.79
518.79
552.59
585.03
626.50
668.90
680.79
698.62
728.52

761.55
802.75
842.05
861.21
879.91
916.86
971.76
1059.80
1106.97
1180.84
1277.72
1267.51
1339.06
1420.57
1499.03
1575.45
1650.37
1781.95
1888.88
1985.78
2104.05
2260.74
2377.36
2431.78
2568.97
2746.82
3019.97
3425.36
3702.00
3981.09
4286.13
4760.88
5067.42
5503.83
5969.06
6634.32
7277.20
8154.07
9100.84
10095.20
10851.25
11978.91
13456.60
14403.12
15320.34
:

1. Data for 2012-13 are Provisional.

Private final
consumption
expenditure
At

At

Constant

Current

Prices

Prices
2

2604.54

103.07

2709.64

102.84

2872.54

111.90

2966.78

104.14

2995.14

104.17

3127.64

122.86

3065.85

124.62

3347.30

141.48

3385.38

147.07

3577.95

158.91

3638.95

166.17

3686.36

175.01

3823.49

194.30

4051.90

228.73

4055.48

241.44

4108.19

281.19

4340.61

335.09

4454.63

335.24

4620.08

362.65

4776.97

384.74

4869.92

414.96

4902.54

457.36

5022.85

551.35

5019.07

667.99

5304.09

683.14

5409.85

710.24

5850.99

817.88

6208.59

889.50

6069.33

965.90

6615.62

1180.68

6903.31

1356.76

6972.35

1497.73

7513.52

1753.57

7730.09

1940.37

8052.71

2141.54

8306.82

2402.09

8591.53

2666.49

9127.79

3104.97

9580.75

3468.07

10008.67

3985.29

10224.58

4577.35

10488.25

5161.18

10944.17

5913.08

11476.07

6871.54

12174.72

7920.15

13121.14

9286.29

13513.42

10185.59

14391.95

11663.00

15266.89

13125.37

15792.01

14066.61

16732.09

15316.72

17212.38

16202.93

18232.27

17713.05

19175.08

19175.08

20833.09

21527.02

22598.92

24766.67

24713.97

28407.27

26496.10

32492.84

28453.03

37075.66

30888.80

43498.89

33349.00

50562.19

34667.23

56943.62

Exports of Goods and


Services
At

At

Constant

Current

Prices

Prices
12

13

227.90

8.46

200.85

7.15

176.25

6.44

214.11

7.05

232.06

7.57

208.17

7.67

209.81

8.00

181.36

7.19

191.17

7.79

188.91

7.87

188.56

8.04

187.47

8.37

203.22

9.87

189.99

10.02

163.65

9.38

205.93

13.30

216.14

15.17

222.92

16.08

218.60

16.28

287.59

17.71

290.62

18.38

314.56

22.25

330.17

28.30

357.24

38.35

416.00

48.12

498.45

61.39

480.67

66.40

518.18

71.15

575.97

83.40

606.14

90.29

601.19

102.56

637.38

115.63

631.55

131.39

677.64

158.46

634.85

149.51

669.34

165.43

754.52

202.81

810.91

259.13

908.05

346.09

1008.88

406.35

1106.37

562.54

1160.50

673.12

1320.41

861.47

1492.65

1016.07

1961.28

1307.33

2084.64

1448.54

2036.10

1652.03

2318.80

1952.80

2736.17

2276.97

3232.88

2781.26

3372.21

2907.57

4083.24

3555.56

4474.50

4174.25

5690.51

5690.51

7174.24

7120.87

8634.59

9048.72

9146.28

10189.07

10481.40

13287.65

9990.30

12987.80

11957.64

17101.93

13792.25

21436.47

14200.94

23877.41

1. Data for 2012-13 are Provisional.

Andhra

Arunachal

pradesh

pradesh
2

111.64

1.73

119.67

2.03

133.54

2.47

142.45

2.80

171.72

2.99

219.38

3.52

251.50

3.68

298.67

4.60

362.51

5.72

393.37

6.76

487.85

8.15

516.65

8.12

617.89

8.73

717.96

10.71

815.17

10.83

857.91

11.92

1039.15

13.54

1129.66

14.57

1163.60

14.97

1307.56

16.65

1421.60

19.61

1510.19

19.20

1724.11

21.93

1902.07

25.49

2013.03

31.88

2293.67

34.39

2691.20

37.65

3259.55

44.07

3840.05

51.99

4275.60

68.40

5124.91

83.45

5875.39

100.71

6718.17

110.80

Kerala

Madhya
Pradesh
13

14

55.23

101.51

61.41

103.24

65.03

120.92

73.54

124.91

82.58

161.12

91.82

189.94

106.68

211.19

121.73

265.15

151.02

278.49

171.75

310.70

196.88

385.00

238.51

339.37

290.22

374.27

353.30

420.96

406.99

485.90

448.83

531.41

510.21

613.91

569.44

690.51

613.59

726.55

638.13

710.11

679.63

775.22

758.60

766.61

847.34

908.71

955.72

936.54

1047.76

999.40

1202.69

1096.12

1351.04

1276.63

1539.81

1429.17

1801.34

1755.03

2060.70

2026.52

2394.26

2311.39

2808.71

2769.00

3246.82

Sikkim

Tamil Nadu

24

25

0.75

102.22

0.95

120.28

1.13

136.82

1.35

153.05

1.56

181.66

1.67

204.23

1.85

239.35

2.13

276.74

2.37

325.84

2.43

379.22

3.35

461.52

3.64

516.43

3.95

612.76

4.67

697.20

5.31

791.18

6.12

926.89

7.11

1057.28

7.59

1125.54

7.65

1197.04

8.55

1304.13

9.56

1313.92

10.78

1382.53

12.09

1538.74

13.56

1772.22

15.11

1936.45

17.33

2288.46

18.71

2767.11

21.39

3138.12

27.96

3593.91

54.63

4300.13

66.36

5279.12

77.00

6004.61

88.86
-

6711.92
-

: Owing to differences in methodology of compilation, data for different States / Union Territories are not strictly comparable.

Andhra

Arunachal

Pradesh

Pradesh
2

90.22

1.25

87.49

1.37

93.03

1.54

90.50

1.65

102.74

1.75

120.29

1.90

129.86

1.95

135.80

2.31

143.42

2.64

139.55

2.71

155.43

3.10

516.55

8.12

545.64

7.96

579.51

9.15

619.55

8.60

603.21

8.84

680.36

9.10

709.04

9.48

1163.60

14.97

1260.35

16.07

1317.50

18.64

1347.49

17.75

1479.50

19.68

1587.14

22.22

2013.03

31.88

2209.01

32.81

2445.87

34.58

2727.26

38.73

2922.58

41.91

3036.68

45.51

3329.25

47.01

3588.01

51.52

3788.79

53.78

Kerala

Madhya
Pradesh
13

14

37.12

78.99

39.42

75.16

40.86

81.72

39.93

78.09

41.66

88.76

45.84

95.27

48.92

97.25

52.62

111.07

53.65

103.06

57.52

110.62

63.47

122.40

238.51

339.37

259.08

345.29

269.47

366.01

280.26

390.57

286.33

411.01

306.04

438.15

327.85

484.15

613.59

726.55

629.09

667.50

660.52

715.25

708.85

677.95

754.79

754.00

825.90

778.74

1047.76

999.40

1155.00

1049.75

1246.25

1145.45

1357.47

1199.58

1440.94

1351.24

1571.23

1484.27

1702.37

1584.66

1869.98

1777.86

1962.53

Sikkim

Tamil Nadu

24

25

0.61

79.88

0.69

90.33

0.76

93.91

0.89

93.10

1.08

98.93

1.15

107.33

1.23

114.68

1.35

124.23

1.44

127.55

134.13

145.83
3.64

516.43

3.68

579.43

4.02

598.61

4.29

623.16

4.61

678.22

4.94

705.05

5.08

746.85

7.65

1197.04

8.14

1263.49

8.81

1239.01

9.47

1245.21

10.22

1322.81

11.02

1479.94

15.11

1936.45

16.62

2215.88

17.60

2562.86

18.62

2723.40

21.06

2867.44

36.59

3167.60

40.28

3599.61

43.48

3867.68

46.81
-

4026.03
-

Agriculture and Allied Activities


Agriculture

Forestry &
Logging

696.95

45.44

812.72

47.67

919.75

48.65

1110.61

61.15

1186.47
-

77.14
-

8.54

7.04

9.15

7.15

13.44

10.43

20.45

12.88

26.13

17.76

32.70

19.05

143.79

14.59

164.85

15.42

200.23

16.48

241.54

18.25

251.93

20.87

274.65

22.25

241.16

30.72

332.68

31.73

329.05

31.99

421.01

34.69

545.20

37.30

617.16

40.11

119.73

30.80

120.57

32.21

138.82

36.01

179.43

38.94

207.28

39.84

227.04

42.12

7.02

1.31

7.96

1.52

8.19

2.35

9.32

3.35

13.36

3.39

Construction

Transport,
Storage &
Communication
12

13

310.27

231.17

402.18

274.41

439.72

321.38

548.42

385.96

624.84
-

463.92
-

9.67

1.19

13.24

1.41

12.02

1.79

15.35

1.96

22.01

2.23

22.23

2.42

39.01

42.22

64.55

45.20

71.25

54.94

81.06

64.12

96.75

74.76

109.12

93.27

109.86

58.55

137.67

66.86

180.11

80.50

212.00

90.47

252.51

106.28

292.43

120.04

63.84

33.44

75.75

39.35

90.98

48.21

111.10

54.58

127.75

66.75

146.09

81.07

15.81

20.44

18.74

27.32

20.19

32.94

21.71

37.81

23.29
-

42.15
-

Agriculture and Allied Activities


Agriculture

Forestry &
Logging

482.37

43.58

468.65

52.22

550.49

55.64

906.26

65.13

1068.89
-

67.64
-

305.37

21.05

382.03

21.56

421.29

26.50

489.28

30.06

579.68
-

31.36
-

51.08

19.23

51.30

20.77

52.59

23.94

61.51

25.44

69.75

32.06

80.49

34.09

61.51

16.78

63.71

18.12

69.93

19.09

80.50

19.95

91.66

21.04

103.59

22.24

91.07

27.92

114.89

26.43

105.89

29.65

118.03

32.13

131.57

34.81

146.65

37.72

362.81

61.03

374.45

70.23

429.90

60.22

535.35

87.22

573.36

98.20

614.85

111.01

Construction

Transport,
Storage &
Communication
12

13

239.11

171.59

280.81

192.68

301.06

235.27

336.37

276.22

387.43
-

328.33
-

134.08

116.69

156.85

133.89

193.21

168.02

224.89

194.61

267.74
-

226.57
-

66.19

13.79

68.61

14.41

68.96

15.97

76.26

18.17

84.29

19.62

93.35

21.06

61.57

12.39

68.05

12.09

71.17

14.35

77.64

16.09

88.48

19.03

97.21

22.58

57.31

48.56

70.03

54.19

76.68

67.79

90.06

73.90

105.79

85.45

124.25

98.82

256.37

146.89

282.52

171.83

292.16

205.20

336.40

242.84

381.50

284.84

439.10

321.15

Agriculture and Allied Activities


Agriculture

Forestry &
Logging

180.20

25.72

213.16

34.68

214.49

41.16

282.92

37.53

328.81
-

43.54
-

328.66

40.77

405.24

46.93

492.27

55.16

521.35

61.38

666.58

72.38

799.08

79.33

603.84

139.90

552.04

147.05

686.64

160.16

1074.15

187.34

1011.83
-

387.05
-

11.48

2.09

13.26

2.46

16.45

2.70

16.95

2.91

19.33

3.13

22.27

3.37

14.70

4.67

15.30

5.30

15.80

4.99

16.53

5.22

17.13

5.54

17.77

5.67

4.74

2.55

6.03

2.67

7.02

2.88

7.45

2.95

8.28

3.10

0.00

0.00

15.96

4.73

19.16

5.39

21.00

5.67

22.54

5.99

23.99

6.20

25.54

6.45

Construction

Transport,
Storage &
Communication
12

13

208.19

137.82

220.95

166.43

268.51

193.84

322.77

224.21

375.88

261.03

142.44

83.92

198.22

95.67

215.87

111.17

253.56

124.92

302.56

146.46

358.91

178.62

427.72

426.55

498.74

487.00

651.75

601.37

857.08

691.45

1154.40
-

833.77
-

18.20

1.76

17.48

2.01

18.02

2.36

19.06

2.70

19.91

3.15

20.63

3.60

10.02

5.74

19.30

6.55

19.99

7.68

21.47

9.14

25.42

10.65

32.08

12.59

4.98

0.91

6.99

1.00

7.42

1.03

10.19

1.24

12.30

1.38

0.00

0.00

8.59

7.67

12.05

6.85

12.17

7.33

13.25

7.76

14.39

8.59

15.64

9.21

Agriculture and Allied Activities


Agriculture

Forestry &
Logging

251.75

31.98

250.70

32.28

273.15

35.20

295.67

44.62

283.54

42.14

418.37

46.98

431.28

18.12

495.14

26.96

540.28

40.13

596.56

42.46

657.26

55.98

722.06

72.11

391.97

62.88

442.03

74.53

462.22

93.66

737.02

110.50

975.58
-

143.06
-

3.42

0.32

3.97

0.37

4.39

0.34

5.04

0.36

5.85
-

0.38
-

335.62

31.29

373.94

41.53

512.73

45.67

602.61

58.12

635.32

60.17

700.16

76.27

19.80

3.74

21.68

3.79

23.70

5.25

25.71

6.70

27.89

7.31

30.26

7.97

845.33

92.21

1084.98

95.48

1239.20

107.12

1383.41

130.70

1649.78

145.01

1832.29

160.20

Construction

Transport,
Storage &
Communication
12

13

124.42

82.39

138.24

100.82

149.58

120.41

162.95

148.49

187.04

171.47

208.15

208.94

110.24

73.08

125.90

79.67

144.70

94.44

157.97

99.56

179.64

113.31

200.18

123.87

225.98

86.45

261.77

98.40

266.73

123.33

283.85

142.82

309.27
-

169.92
-

4.47

0.79

5.09

0.91

5.86

1.18

7.08

1.45

8.68
-

1.81
-

330.52

254.59

382.86

296.11

430.72

351.53

486.77

399.55

572.92

452.39

658.06

505.70

20.50

3.90

25.29

4.36

24.05

5.59

29.10

6.32

33.46

7.13

40.49

7.57

308.11

262.89

394.32

289.51

445.71

366.50

506.84

435.91

567.91

507.66

649.13

586.81

Agriculture and Allied Activities


Agriculture

Forestry &
Logging

44.28

19.74

51.97

22.42

64.43

25.28

65.72

31.14

73.51

35.78

81.96

41.00

539.79

31.69

578.98

36.37

732.95

42.10

842.96

43.92

938.66

50.72

1090.83

57.11

2.07

0.12

2.56

0.16

2.64

0.21

2.66

0.32

2.68
-

0.41
-

0.84

0.08

0.92

0.06

0.97

0.07

0.94

0.07

0.91
-

0.08
-

11.35

0.79

12.33

0.80

18.47

0.82

21.98

0.83

26.17

0.84

2.55

0.59

3.41

0.70

4.16

0.81

3.95

0.91

4.16

0.90

4.39

1.02

Construction

Transport,
Storage &
Communication
12

13

43.77

26.45

45.11

31.84

55.67

40.95

64.21

49.27

75.08

58.07

89.38

70.43

203.33

228.16

202.68

266.43

230.93

273.76

270.44

329.81

314.66

380.71

370.65

440.33

10.01

3.58

8.27

5.17

8.44

6.45

8.74

7.13

9.13

7.60

16.00

4.88

9.79

5.28

12.54

6.33

14.52

7.27

16.68
-

8.67
-

136.06

111.96

155.91

130.57

205.44

152.40

239.89

179.65

285.59
-

211.82
-

10.25

2.52

8.12

2.83

11.06

3.39

11.38

4.09

8.65

4.27

13.67

4.65

: Owing to differences in methodology of compilation, data for different States / Union Territories are not strictly comparable.

Agriculture and Allied Activities


Agriculture

Forestry &
Logging

558.48

39.38

562.99

40.35

562.01

40.06

598.67

41.88

588.40
-

42.42
-

7.77

6.38

6.64

6.45

6.55

6.38

8.00

6.44

8.68

6.43

9.01

6.56

113.61

14.75

117.07

15.43

124.49

16.20

133.18

16.68

135.85

17.61

140.13

18.44

202.61

25.24

227.46

24.78

203.31

24.33

229.87

23.86

271.45

23.38

277.63

22.92

119.73

30.80

120.57

32.21

138.82

36.01

179.43

38.94

207.28

39.84

227.04

42.12

5.66

0.79

5.30

0.88

5.32

0.84

4.92

0.85

6.85

0.90

Construction

Transport,
Storage &

Communication
12

13

220.00

221.39

244.61

244.50

248.61

311.48

266.19

372.75

279.74
-

439.19
-

8.11

1.26

10.37

1.43

8.47

1.78

9.21

1.98

11.56

2.18

11.67

2.44

32.37

40.90

49.72

44.70

54.00

50.39

54.79

63.63

56.32

71.19

59.73

80.52

89.25

55.26

101.13

60.89

126.89

77.40

138.90

93.81

153.70

102.77

165.26

109.66

63.84

33.44

75.75

39.35

90.98

48.21

111.10

54.58

127.75

66.75

146.09

81.07

15.10

21.85

15.92

29.19

17.01

31.96

21.95

37.94

23.81

44.56
-

Agriculture and Allied Activities


Agriculture

Forestry &
Logging

347.50

45.03

306.83

45.32

293.39

45.85

376.50

45.54

400.52
-

45.54
-

220.58

11.12

236.78

11.31

231.12

11.53

245.08

11.82

266.11
-

12.07
-

46.36

17.37

43.77

17.51

33.78

19.03

43.52

19.00

38.75

17.95

45.34

17.68

56.30

13.26

57.62

13.14

57.44

12.96

59.91

12.68

62.45

12.83

65.26

13.09

77.62

22.09

94.59

22.74

84.64

24.47

90.03

25.51

95.76

26.58

103.60

27.71

299.97

43.42

302.76

45.75

313.76

47.72

341.45

53.91

330.49

55.63

334.76

58.64

Construction

Transport,
Storage &
Communication
12

13

197.44

171.51

231.48

201.40

234.67

231.35

247.86

270.26

271.28

316.91

107.46

102.20

112.04

108.07

125.81

118.05

136.14

126.36

144.68
-

137.57
-

61.91

14.95

60.75

16.03

61.00

17.78

64.05

18.41

67.30

20.26

69.93

22.02

52.31

14.48

50.75

14.40

50.39

16.72

50.47

17.13

51.01

17.86

52.60

19.15

47.00

44.49

51.32

50.72

56.32

61.75

62.27

69.93

68.86

80.73

76.14

93.54

209.32

142.16

203.51

157.88

203.61

166.75

220.55

192.74

228.23

210.26

239.82

222.07

Agriculture and Allied Activities


Agriculture

Forestry &
Logging

126.45

22.32

136.85

23.03

129.82

23.73

123.92

22.67

122.21
-

23.11
-

274.24

33.67

301.43

34.39

333.44

36.38

330.53

36.68

396.93

37.51

456.08

38.70

481.93

100.45

383.98

106.25

398.86

94.95

473.91

97.92

430.77

111.92

9.81

1.89

11.17

1.88

13.14

1.89

13.38

1.89

14.73

1.89

16.52

1.88

10.84

3.91

11.41

3.90

11.43

4.16

11.53

4.22

11.62

4.27

11.81

4.35

4.32

2.37

5.33

2.30

6.01

2.29

6.18

2.27

6.66

2.25

0.00

0.00

15.64

4.41

16.83

4.91

17.38

4.94

18.59

5.14

19.77

5.24

20.83

5.35

Services
Construction

Transport,
Storage &
Communication
12

13

174.65

154.75

178.83

182.54

195.39

218.73

212.81

254.72

228.59
-

306.50
-

116.09

78.26

147.62

83.72

153.43

105.55

168.14

121.63

188.87

147.94

208.02

178.35

363.44

380.33

395.61

398.98

469.99

531.46

558.46

617.41

682.93
-

667.00
-

15.27

2.03

15.64

2.21

16.12

2.43

16.65

2.75

17.06

3.18

17.45

3.61

7.47

5.43

12.81

5.90

12.70

6.59

12.71

7.35

14.25

7.91

16.74

8.63

4.24

0.91

5.46

0.96

5.63

0.95

6.95

1.09

7.85

1.16

0.00

0.00

8.11

7.59

9.58

6.75

9.63

8.28

10.07

9.16

10.92

9.41

11.85

9.69

Agriculture and Allied Activities


Agriculture

Forestry &
Logging

150.88

27.00

152.81

27.37

167.60

27.57

171.00

26.72

159.40

26.96

193.01

26.53

303.55

12.80

309.07

13.30

305.06

13.75

308.55

14.16

311.51

14.66

312.35

15.21

281.49

48.76

294.60

49.11

281.64

49.82

389.82

51.53

392.04

51.61

2.80

0.36

3.04

0.34

3.16

0.34

3.25

0.34

3.41
-

0.34
-

239.24

17.65

230.85

17.43

245.17

17.99

255.47

18.82

275.85

19.34

278.60

19.50

23.40

2.59

24.18

3.54

23.45

5.16

23.91

6.19

24.39

6.96

24.88

7.52

692.21

67.41

716.95

68.78

704.39

70.28

738.27

71.89

773.43

73.59

793.08

75.30

Services
Construction

Transport,
Storage &
Communication
12

13

99.82

73.43

100.28

83.86

104.15

90.45

104.44

104.72

108.79

114.18

112.11

128.52

90.11

67.49

97.17

71.38

101.08

76.94

102.05

80.69

104.12

87.48

108.55

93.75

186.66

82.16

185.64

88.24

184.83

97.51

185.83

108.85

191.76
-

122.30
-

3.88

0.81

3.72

0.89

4.09

1.04

4.58

1.21

5.16
-

1.47
-

267.44

250.12

280.46

271.91

293.64

297.10

308.67

323.79

336.98

352.54

359.21

373.47

18.79

4.32

20.51

4.91

22.52

6.80

24.32

7.96

26.50

9.12

29.62

10.22

243.47

235.20

287.51

254.56

286.28

275.24

305.65

310.14

325.10

346.17

344.28

365.99

Agriculture and Allied Activities


Forestry &
Logging

36.79

14.48

33.45

15.20

38.29

15.20

40.18

16.39

41.15

17.29

42.49

18.26

418.83

25.94

402.02

26.06

435.49

26.43

433.83

25.66

440.85

26.15

452.46

26.39

1.95

0.11

2.10

0.14

2.08

0.16

2.12

0.22

2.18
-

0.27
-

0.69

0.06

0.74

0.07

0.63

0.07

0.59

0.07

0.55
-

0.07
-

9.49

0.71

9.40

0.72

12.40

0.73

13.05

0.74

13.79
-

Construction

0.75
-

2.56

0.14

3.20

0.66

2.26

0.78

2.15

0.87

2.22

0.81

3.56

0.97

Transport,

Storage &
Communication
12

13

35.11

24.44

33.23

27.61

36.56

31.70

40.25

36.05

45.45

40.42

51.21

45.24

171.35

231.97

156.52

258.58

170.26

251.67

181.30

289.07

192.67

321.85

211.71

364.23

8.39

3.09

6.62

4.14

6.43

4.60

6.73

5.77

7.08
-

6.79
-

12.80

5.69

7.08

6.23

8.58

6.85

9.81

7.43

11.67
-

8.44
-

101.36

105.60

103.34

119.43

119.55

129.52

121.08

147.50

133.18
-

169.21
-

8.46

1.77

8.90

2.41

8.80

4.70

8.41

6.54

6.38

6.66

9.33

7.17

: Owing to differences in methodology of compilation, data for different States / Union Territories are not strictly comparable.

STATE-WISE

Andhra

Arunachal

Pradesh

Pradesh
2

7416

8733

8732

9148

9999

10956

11202

10816

11650

11642

13965

12955

15049

13669

15427

13990

17195

15260

18573

17664

19434

17124

21931

19322

23925

22185

25321

26610

28539

28054

33135

30000

39727

34352

46345

39656

51114

51042

60703

61002

68970

72091

78177
-

77647
-

STATE-WISE

Kerala

Madhya
Pradesh
13

14

7983

6584

9632

7099

11626

7809

13280

8819

14523

9440

16370

10678

18117

11764

19461

12384

20094

11862

21257

12697

23484

12303

25999

14306

29071

14471

31871

15442

36276

16631

40419

19028

45700

20935

53046

25278

60226

28712

69465

32223

80924

37994

43864
-

STATE-WISE

Sikkim

24
8402
8888
10239
11332
12665
14270
14761
14890
16077
17324
19428
21476
23791
26690
30252
32199
36448
46983
90749
108972
124791

142625
:

STATE-WISE

Andhra

Arunachal

Pradesh

Pradesh
2

7416

8733

7711

8342

8071

9352

8514

8590

8191

8634

9144

8712

9445

8890

15427

13990

16574

14726

17213

16793

17340

15832

18819

17340

19963

19339

25321

26610

27486

26759

30114

27554

33239

30187

35272

31971

36303

33963

39434

34366

42119

36877

44089
-

37690
-

STATE-WISE

Kerala

Madhya
Pradesh

13

14

7983

6584

8598

6550

8868

6790

9145

7089

9265

7301

9819

7621

10430

8248

19461

12384

19809

11150

20659

11715

21944

10880

23159

11870

25122

12032

31871

15442

34837

15927

37284

17073

40288

17572

42433

19462

45921

21029

49391

22091

53877

24395

26514
-

COST - STATE-WISE

Sikkim

24
8402
8277
8822
9146
9539
9914
9874
14890
15305
15953
17065
18159

19332
26690
29008
30293
31722
35394
60774
66136
70477
75137
:

Financial
Savings

2
0.14
0.72
1.42
2.82
4.29
3.33
2.91
3.62
4.33
4.56
4.89
4.99
7.43
7.14
10.72
8.64
8.65
7.95
9.19
13.71
15.55
21.28
36.12
23.74

39.18
48.52
58.53
66.58
60.81
86.10
96.14
127.39
132.94
178.79
185.38
233.36
268.20
271.83
379.98
496.40
621.01
653.67
947.38
1207.33
1057.19
1416.61
1467.77
1803.46
2066.03
2152.19
2474.75
2532.55
3132.60
3279.56
4383.31
4842.56
5802.10
5710.26
7747.53
8083.34
7195.29
:

1. Data for 2010-11 are Provisional.

USEHOLD SECTOR

Currency

Bank
deposits

6.37

12.14

7.69

15.11

0.18

16.54

3.42

21.20

11.40

39.20

7.03

35.21

14.30

46.26

13.32

46.59

16.25

55.50

9.65

51.94

20.26

66.61

27.76

79.78

29.38

98.59

22.20

106.03

30.90

145.10

48.15

146.74

42.56

147.47

76.55

139.87

62.51

187.77

81.57

178.48

65.62

295.18

133.67

362.36

159.16

558.35

165.25

399.41

136.43

509.02

127.80

740.99

218.22

794.33

208.45

828.92

156.32

947.09

281.56

1130.33

286.32

1226.97

426.75

1559.34

369.77

1750.45

521.51

2657.16

671.94

4292.82

812.78

3890.08

921.88

4178.33

969.40

3981.41

1371.31

5482.99

1089.27

5281.51

1121.32

5965.64

USEHOLD SECTOR

Bank advances

Loans & advances


from other financial
institutions
12

13

4.93

0.45

6.74

0.44

6.05

0.79

01,these deposits are

are not strictly comparable with those of 1997-98

blic sector bonds and investment in mutual funds

d Undertaking of the UTI. The UTI Mutual Fund is

8.99

0.78

12.32

0.87

14.81

1.25

21.25

3.52

28.68

3.93

30.93

1.82

35.07

2.44

29.46

3.49

44.69

4.60

50.02

4.20

60.43

6.46

73.45

5.22

81.59

5.55

114.36

7.13

83.03

10.53

74.29

11.54

36.89

15.51

114.21

28.97

119.72

18.67

216.18

24.09

156.05

23.98

136.75

25.93

198.85

42.03

207.93

46.88

298.59

46.31

254.39

47.41

433.54

68.78

543.88

52.47

578.85

122.61

1119.71

83.10

1755.64

83.98

2736.66

93.62

1795.02

86.82

1547.35

88.12

1944.43

88.99

2690.10

88.04

2720.10

88.12

3093.39

88.27

GFCF
At Constant
Prices
2
397.72
371.31
387.05
435.46
509.47
622.24
575.79
567.84
616.13
667.60
731.10
800.82
907.36
985.65
1018.21
1022.57
1073.40
1113.72
1117.24
1075.41
1189.95
1249.12
1230.58
1289.51
1286.83
1415.13
1586.20
1658.42
1650.92
1782.87
1854.01
1971.59
2097.80
2172.83
2292.15
2510.20
2660.72
2844.66
3063.11
3479.66
3285.94
3581.62
3548.48
3884.10
4515.96
4653.55
5067.06
5559.13

5999.73
5916.10
6821.43
6791.70
7509.40
9310.28
10817.92
12312.65
14307.64
14809.43
15944.75
18175.84
18973.09
:

1. Data for 2012-13 are Provisional.

Household Sector
At Constant
Prices
2
-

4357.29
4157.52
4624.24
4553.92
5950.46
6428.51
7235.35
8460.33
:

1. Data for 2012-13 are Provisional.


2. Data for 2011-12 are First Revised Estimates.
Central Statistics Office (CSO).

SECTORS
Public Sector
(end-March)
2
12.73
13.13
13.63
14.18

14.73
15.58
15.12
15.48
16.28
16.75
17.22
17.58
17.68
18.24
18.32
18.51
18.77
19.06
19.21
19.33
19.45
19.47
19.43
19.56
19.42
19.41
19.31
19.14
18.77
18.58
18.20
18.01
18.19
18.00
17.67
17.80
17.86
17.55
:

Data from 1990-91 to 1998-99 and for 2002-03 onwards are based on Quarterly Emplo

ment, Government of India.

OODGRAINS,

Foodgrains
A

Pr
2

3
50.63

127.4

135.1

128.8

141.0

125.4

131.4

128.4

145.1

128.7

140.9

130.0

150.0

127.8

152.9

125.7

141.9

127.5

155.3

118.2

126.6

128.2

155.1

124.7

144.2

126.3

152.5

128.5

158.8

128.8

168.6
50.66

101.2

105.4

100.9

106.5

100.0

100.6

104.4

114.3

104.0

119.5

102.1
Pr : Production

118.5
Y : Yield

: Data for 2012-13 are based on Advance Estimates.

All

Food-

crops

grains
2

100.0
123.0
130.1
126.8
137.8
130.8
137.8
140.7
134.1
142.1
123.9
133.0
130.9
146.8
167.8
172.9

50.63
135.1
141.0
131.4
145.1
140.9
150.0
152.9
141.9
155.3
126.6
155.1
144.2
152.5
158.8
168.6

100.0

50.66

107.0
107.0
102.8
121.1
125.3
122.8

105.4
106.5
100.6
114.3
119.5
118.5

Coconut

14
2.78
97.4
1.19
97.4
97.5
104.0
104.1
143.5
144.9
:

Rice
2

27.56
29.04
25.53
30.85
31.68
34.58
35.66
33.21
37.00
39.31
30.59
30.44
37.61
39.76
40.43
42.22
43.07
39.24
44.05
39.58
48.74
41.92
52.67
53.77
42.33
53.63
53.25
47.12
60.10
58.34
63.83
60.56
56.86
70.49
73.57
74.29
74.68
72.86
80.30
81.81
76.98
81.73
82.54
86.08
89.68
84.98
93.34
71.82

88.53
83.13
91.79
93.35
96.69
99.18
89.09
95.98
105.30
104.40
:

Data for 2012-13 are based on Advance Estimates.

Groundnut
2
4.37
4.71
5.18
4.56
4.81
4.99
5.06
5.30
6.00
4.26
4.41
5.73
4.63
5.13
6.11
6.18
4.09
5.93
5.11
6.76
5.26
6.09
6.21
5.77
5.01
7.22
5.28
7.09
6.44
5.12

5.88
5.85
9.66
8.10
7.51
7.09
8.56
7.83
8.06
7.58
8.64
7.37
8.98
5.25
6.41
7.03
4.12
8.13
6.77
7.99
4.86
9.18
7.17
5.43
8.27
6.96
4.75
:

peseed and mustard, and linseed.

Rice

2
31.52
32.28
32.30
33.17
33.82
34.13
34.69

35.69
35.81
36.46
35.47
35.25
36.44
36.97
37.68
37.59
37.76
36.69
38.29
37.89
39.48
38.51
40.28
40.48
39.42
40.15
40.71
38.26
41.24
41.16
41.14
41.17
38.81
41.73
42.17
42.69
42.65
41.78
42.54
42.81
42.84
43.43
43.45
44.80
45.16
44.71
44.90
41.18
42.59
41.91
43.66
43.81
43.91
45.54
41.87
42.56
43.97
42.41
:

Data for 2012-13 are based on Advance Estimates.


Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India.

Groundnut
Groundn
ut
2
5.53
6.42
6.25
6.44
6.46
6.89
7.28
6.89
7.38
7.70
7.30
7.55
7.09
7.13
7.33
7.51
6.99
7.02
7.06
7.22
7.04
7.03
7.43
7.17
6.80
7.43
7.22
7.54
7.17
7.12
6.98
6.84
8.53
8.71
8.31
8.67
8.17
8.32
7.85
7.52
7.60
7.09
7.40
6.87

6.56
6.24
5.94
5.99
6.64
6.74
5.62
6.29
6.64
5.42
5.95
5.31
4.77
:
rapeseed and

Rice
2
874
900
790
930
937
1013
1028
931
1033
1078
862
863
1032
1076
1073
1123
1141
1070
1151
1045
1235
1089

1308
1328
1074
1336
1308
1231
1457
1417
1552
1471
1465
1689
1745
1740
1751
1744
1888
1911
1797
1882
1900
1921
1986
1901
2079
1744
2077
1984
2102
2131
2202
2178
2130
2240
2372
2462
:

Data for 2012-13 are based on Advance Estimates.

Groundn
Groundnut
ut

2
611

811
766
752
783
734
828
708
745
725
695
769
814
554
604
759
653
720
834
823
585
845
724
935
747
866
835
805
736
972
732
940
898
719
841
855
1132
930
904
818
1049
941
1027
1007
1138
1040
1214
766
977
1127
694
1357
1020
1187
866
1459

1163
1007
1268
1305
996
:
rapeseed and

Year

Rice

1993-94

9562.0

1994-95

9276.7

1995-96

9014.2

1996-97

10686.0

1997-98

8510.0

1998-99

11878.0

1999-00

10637.8

2000-01

12458.0

2001-02

11389.8

2002-03

7327.0

2003-04

8953.0

2004-05

9601.0

2005-06

11704.0

2006-07

11872.0

2007-08

13324.0

2008-09

14241.0

2009-10

11030.0

2010-11

14385.0

2011-12

12888.0

2012-13

10914.6

1993-94

144.0

1994-95

105.8

1995-96

124.5

1996-97

129.4

1997-98

129.5

1998-99

114.1

1999-00

134.8

2000-01

132.7

2001-02

134.6

2002-03

152.5

2003-04

154.6

2004-05

135.0

2005-06

146.2

2006-07

146.2

2007-08

158.1

2008-09

163.9

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

1993-94

3361.1

1994-95

3309.1

1995-96

3390.0

1996-97

3328.2

1997-98

3382.9

1998-99

3254.8

1999-00

3861.0

2000-01

3998.5

2001-02

3854.0

2002-03

3738.0

2003-04

3880.0

2004-05

3470.7

2005-06

3552.5

2006-07

2916.0

2007-08

3319.0

2008-09

4008.5

2009-10

3815.0

2010-11

4752.0

2011-12

4009.0

2012-13

4562.0

Year

Rice

1993-94

6108.5

1994-95

6297.9

1995-96

6640.0

1996-97

7280.7

1997-98

7133.2

1998-99

6769.4

1999-00

7251.9

2000-01

5442.6

2001-02

5202.9

2002-03

5085.5

2003-04

5447.8

2004-05

2472.2

2005-06

3495.5

2006-07

4989.3

2007-08

4418.1

2008-09

5590.3

2009-10

3595.0

2010-11

3320.2

2011-12

7201.0

2012-13

7336.0

2000-01

2369.3

2001-02

5073.7

2002-03

2634.9

2003-04

5567.6

2004-05

4383.3

2005-06

5011.6

2006-07

5041.4

2007-08

5426.6

2008-09

4391.8

2009-10

4110.4

2010-11

6159.0

2011-12

6028.4

2012-13

6608.8

1993-94

137.8

1994-95

133.0

1995-96

128.1

1996-97

148.0

1997-98

147.5

1998-99

151.2

1999-00

208.9

2000-01

142.1

2001-02

126.5

2002-03

134.8

2003-04

170.7

2004-05

145.2

2005-06

147.3

2006-07

130.3

2007-08

121.6

2008-09

123.3

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13
1993-94

838.6

1994-95

942.1

1995-96

826.6

1996-97

946.0

1997-98

1042.3

1998-99

1015.8

1999-00

984.9

2000-01

472.3

2001-02

1040.0

2002-03

541.7

2003-04

1277.0

2004-05

1238.2

2005-06

1298.0

2006-07

1390.0

2007-08

1474.0

2008-09

1303.0

2009-10

1300.0

2010-11

1523.0

2011-12

1764.0

2012-13

1503.0

Year

Rice

1993-94

2057.0

1994-95

2227.0

1995-96

1847.0

1996-97

2463.0

1997-98

2556.0

1998-99

2425.0

1999-00

2583.0

2000-01

2695.0

2001-02

2726.0

2002-03

2468.0

2003-04

2790.0

2004-05

3023.0

2005-06

3210.0

2006-07

3371.0

2007-08

3613.0

2008-09

3298.0

2009-10

3625.0

2010-11

3472.0

2011-12

3759.0

2012-13

3976.0

1993-94

101.9

1994-95

112.2

1995-96

111.2

1996-97

108.6

1997-98

120.4

1998-99

117.8

1999-00

120.4

2000-01

124.9

2001-02

137.4

2002-03

85.7

2003-04

120.6

2004-05

122.0

2005-06

112.1

2006-07

123.5

2007-08

121.5

2008-09

118.3

2009-10

51.0

2010-11

131.2

2011-12

131.6

2012-13

134.3

1993-94

507.0

1994-95

584.7

1995-96

508.5

1996-97

431.4

1997-98

549.3

1998-99

589.1

1999-00

391.1

2000-01

414.9

2001-02

421.8

2002-03

421.0

2003-04

504.2

2004-05

492.2

2005-06

556.8

2006-07

554.0

2007-08

561.3

2008-09

563.1

2009-10

497.4

2010-11

507.7

2011-12

544.7

2012-13

545.6

Year

Rice

2000-01

1644.7

2001-02

1821.7

2002-03

1381.0

2003-04

2310.0

2004-05

1677.0

2005-06

1558.0

2006-07

2967.8

2007-08

3336.4

2008-09

3420.2

2009-10

1491.0

2010-11

1136.9

2011-12

3418.1

2012-13

3026.7

1993-94

3182.8

1994-95

3167.5

1995-96

3023.9

1996-97

3211.6

1997-98

3212.7

1998-99

3656.9

1999-00

3716.7

2000-01

3846.7

2001-02

3234.0

2002-03

2390.1

2003-04

2550.3

2004-05

3547.0

2005-06

5744.0

2006-07

3446.0

2007-08

3717.0

2008-09

3802.0

2009-10

3536.0

2010-11

4047.0

2011-12

4038.0

2012-13

3283.0

1993-94

1004.0

1994-95

975.1

1995-96

953.0

1996-97

831.6

1997-98

764.6

1998-99

726.7

1999-00

770.8

2000-01

751.3

2001-02

703.4

2002-03

688.9

2003-04

570.0

2004-05

667.1

2005-06

629.9

2006-07

631.0

2007-08

528.5

2008-09

590.3

2009-10

614.3

2010-11

542.9

2011-12

555.4

2012-13

531.0

1993-94

5963.1

1994-95

6463.0

1995-96

5839.1

1996-97

5939.1

1997-98

4528.2

1998-99

5060.6

1999-00

6376.5

2000-01

982.1

2001-02

1692.7

2002-03

1031.8

2003-04

1750.3

2004-05

1169.0

2005-06

1656.3

2006-07

1368.4

2007-08

1461.9

2008-09

1559.7

2009-10

1260.6

2010-11

1772.1

2011-12

1838.2

2012-13

2775.0

Year

Rice

1993-94

2484.4

1994-95

2397.1

1995-96

2562.8

1996-97

2614.4

1997-98

2394.6

1998-99

2467.6

1999-00

2558.9

2000-01

1929.2

2001-02

2651.4

2002-03

1854.0

2003-04

2835.0

2004-05

2164.0

2005-06

2695.0

2006-07

2569.0

2007-08

2996.0

2008-09

2284.0

2009-10

2243.2

2010-11

2669.0

2011-12

2806.0

2012-13

3042.0

1993-94

348.8

1994-95

478.3

1995-96

331.8

1996-97

367.3

1997-98

351.7

1998-99

382.2

1999-00

365.0

2000-01

381.7

2001-02

387.3

2002-03

332.6

2003-04

381.2

2004-05

435.9

2005-06

388.1

2006-07

386.1

2007-08

406.2

2008-09

397.0

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

1993-94

117.8

1994-95

111.5

1995-96

111.8

1996-97

141.1

1997-98

150.1

1998-99

149.7

1999-00

170.7

2000-01

179.0

2001-02

189.0

2002-03

190.9

2003-04

200.7

2004-05

193.7

2005-06

151.9

2006-07

200.2

2007-08

200.0

2008-09

203.9

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

Year

Rice

1993-94

96.7

1994-95

100.2

1995-96

101.5

1996-97

111.2

1997-98

110.3

1998-99

109.2

1999-00

88.4

2000-01

103.7

2001-02

105.7

2002-03

109.2

2003-04

114.6

2004-05

104.1

2005-06

99.2

2006-07

29.5

2007-08

15.7

2008-09

46.0

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

1993-94

180.0

1994-95

174.0

1995-96

185.0

1996-97

153.0

1997-98

187.3

1998-99

209.6

1999-00

132.4

2000-01

230.0

2001-02

237.3

2002-03

225.0

2003-04

248.0

2004-05

259.8

2005-06

263.1

2006-07

263.5

2007-08

290.6

2008-09

345.1

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

1993-94

6616.3

1994-95

6353.2

1995-96

6226.2

1996-97

4438.4

1997-98

6204.6

1998-99

5391.5

1999-00

5187.0

2000-01

4614.0

2001-02

7148.0

2002-03

3276.7

2003-04

6733.7

2004-05

6466.0

2005-06

6859.0

2006-07

6824.7

2007-08

7540.7

2008-09

6812.7

2009-10

6960.6

2010-11

6558.2

2011-12

5815.2

2012-13

7639.5

Year

Rice

1993-94

7642.0

1994-95

7703.0

1995-96

6768.0

1996-97

7334.0

1997-98

7904.0

1998-99

7940.0

1999-00

8716.0

2000-01

9154.0

2001-02

8816.0

2002-03

8880.0

2003-04

9656.0

2004-05

10437.0

2005-06

10193.0

2006-07

10138.0

2007-08

10489.0

2008-09

11000.0

2009-10

11236.0

2010-11

10837.0

2011-12

10542.0

2012-13

11374.0

1993-94

143.1

1994-95

173.2

1995-96

117.6

1996-97

174.2

1997-98

190.3

1998-99

205.5

1999-00

252.6

2000-01

155.7

2001-02

180.0

2002-03

67.9

2003-04

164.8

2004-05

150.4

2005-06

153.0

2006-07

169.8

2007-08

259.6

2008-09

241.1

2009-10

228.3

2010-11

265.6

2011-12

253.4

2012-13

222.5

1993-94

20.7

1994-95

20.7

1995-96

21.9

1996-97

22.1

1997-98

21.4

1998-99

22.0

1999-00

23.4

2000-01

21.4

2001-02

22.3

2002-03

21.2

2003-04

21.2

2004-05

21.6

2005-06

21.5

2006-07

21.5

2007-08

22.9

2008-09

21.7

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

Year

Rice

1993-94

6749.8

1994-95

7562.8

1995-96

5290.0

1996-97

5805.3

1997-98

6893.7

1998-99

8141.4

1999-00

7532.1

2000-01

7366.3

2001-02

6584.0

2002-03

3577.1

2003-04

3222.8

2004-05

5062.2

2005-06

5220.0

2006-07

6610.6

2007-08

5040.2

2008-09

5182.7

2009-10

5916.9

2010-11

6139.4

2011-12

6893.9

2012-13

4399.5

1993-94

493.2

1994-95

413.9

1995-96

465.5

1996-97

544.8

1997-98

535.8

1998-99

491.5

1999-00

505.7

2000-01

513.4

2001-02

587.4

2002-03

602.3

2003-04

516.6

2004-05

545.1

2005-06

552.9

2006-07

620.5

2007-08

624.6

2008-09

627.1

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

1993-94

10210.1

1994-95

10365.0

1995-96

10362.5

1996-97

11770.7

1997-98

12165.4

1998-99

11386.6

1999-00

13231.0

2000-01

11679.2

2001-02

12856.0

2002-03

9594.9

2003-04

13018.8

2004-05

9555.6

2005-06

11133.7

2006-07

11124.0

2007-08

11780.0

2008-09

13097.0

2009-10

10784.3

2010-11

12014.1

2011-12

14025.0

2012-13

14413.0

Year

Rice

2000-01

621.5

2001-02

614.4

2002-03

483.0

2003-04

569.0

2004-05

572.0

2005-06

590.0

2006-07

556.0

2007-08

593.0

2008-09

582.0

2009-10

610.0

2010-11

545.0

2011-12

599.0

2012-13

581.0

1993-94

12110.9

1994-95

12235.9

1995-96

11887.0

1996-97

12636.8

1997-98

13236.6

1998-99

13316.5

1999-00

13759.7

2000-01

12428.1

2001-02

15256.7

2002-03

14389.2

2003-04

14662.3

2004-05

14884.8

2005-06

14510.8

2006-07

14745.9

2007-08

14719.5

2008-09

15037.2

2009-10

14606.8

2010-11

12332.7

2011-12

14853.0

2012-13

14961.7

1993-94

80181.6

1994-95

81682.9

1995-96

76837.7

1996-97

81616.9

1997-98

82422.4

1998-99

85972.7

1999-00

89560.7

2000-01

84852.3

2001-02

93194.0

2002-03

71684.9

2003-04

88390.8

2004-05

82995.1

2005-06

91653.4

2006-07

93206.2

2007-08

96559.0

2008-09

99050.9

2009-10

87511.8

2010-11

93109.9

2011-12

2012-13

Year

Rice

1993-94

116.7

1994-95

131.1

1995-96

137.6

1996-97

119.8

1997-98

112.1

1998-99

104.0

1999-00

122.2

2000-01

127.7

2001-02

146.0

2002-03

135.3

2003-04

135.2

2004-05

136.6

2005-06

140.0

2006-07

149.1

2007-08

133.9

2008-09

131.5

2009-10

1794.0

2010-11

2215.2

2011-12

2012-13

1993-94

80298.3

1994-95

81814.0

1995-96

76975.3

1996-97

81733.7

1997-98

82544.5

1998-99

86076.7

1999-00

89682.9

2000-01

84976.6

2001-02

93340.0

2002-03

71820.2

2003-04

88526.0

2004-05

83131.7

2005-06

91793.4

2006-07

93355.3

2007-08

96692.9

2008-09

99182.5

2009-10

89092.9

2010-11

95979.8

2011-12

104322.0

2012-13

104398.7

1. Oilseeds data comprises total for nine oilseeds out of eleven in all.

Uttar Pradesh,

Net
Sown
Area

2
127.85
129.16
130.85
129.08
131.83
132.94
133.20
135.40
136.34
136.48
138.12

136.20
137.23
139.88
137.31
138.77
140.27
139.72
137.14
142.42
137.79
141.65
139.48
141.95
142.98
138.90
140.00
141.93
140.22
142.84
140.89
140.90
139.58
134.09
141.89
142.34
143.00
141.63
142.72
142.34
142.96
142.20
142.93
141.95
142.75
141.06
141.34
140.70
132.05
140.71
140.64
141.16
139.85
141.38
141.93
140.02
N : Nitrogen, P : Phosphorus, K : Potassium
:

2. Consumption of Fertilizer data relate to February-January upto 1982-83 and April-March from 1

Paddy
common
2

105
115
122
132
137
142
146
150
160
185
205
230
270
310
340
360
380
415
440
490
510
530
530
550
560
570
580
645
900
1000
1000
1080
1250
1310
:

: 1. Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India.

Sugarcane

Cotton
2

13.00 13.00 13.00 13.50


14.00
16.50
17.00
18.50
19.50
23.00
22.00
26.00
31.00
34.50
39.10
42.50
45.90
48.45
52.70
56.10
59.50
62.05
69.50
73.00
74.50
79.50
80.25
81.18
81.18
129.84
139.12
145.00
170.00
210.00

527.00
535.00
535.00
540.00
550.00
600.00
690.00
750.00
840.00
950.00
1050.00
1200.00
1350.00
1380.00
1530.00
1650.00
1775.00
1825.00
1875.00
1875.00
1925.00
1960.00
1980.00
1990.00
2030.00
3000.00
3000.00
3000.00
3300.00
3900.00
4000.00

ncludes the one

: 1. Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India.

Procurement
Rice

Wheat

2
5.96
5.23
4.57
6.15
4.43
5.34
7.02
7.14
7.58
9.82
9.62
9.36
7.04
7.64
11.17
12.92
9.41
12.72
13.56
13.12
9.93
11.88
14.54
11.55
16.62
18.93
21.12
19.00
20.78
24.04
26.69
26.30
26.29
32.84
32.59
31.13

3
4.05
6.59
5.16
5.47
7.99
5.86
6.59
7.71
8.29
9.30
10.35
10.54
7.88
6.53
9.00
11.07
7.75
6.38
12.84
11.87
12.33
8.16
9.30
12.65
14.14
16.36
20.63
19.03
15.80
16.80
14.79
9.23
11.13
22.69
25.38
25.92

37.91
33.53
7.85

28.33
38.15
25.08

1. Total Stocks Include coarse cereals.

Mining & Quarrying


2
11.46
117.7
132.3
147.8
160.9
167.5
177.9
184.6
199.1
211.6
221.2
222.5
223.7
231.5
Mining & Quarrying
10.47
109.8
120.5
118.2
126.4
125.4
126.7
130.3
131.9
139.6
146.9
153.4
Mining & Quarrying
14.16
102.3
107.5
112.5
115.4
124.5
131.0
128.5
125.5

See Notes on Tables.


:

Central Statistics Office (CSO), Government of India.

Weight

2005-06
2

7.28

113.2

1.57

101.0

6.16

108.3

2.78

114.1

0.58

90.9

1.05

106.8

1.00

106.3

1.08

113.7

6.71

100.6

10.06

101.0

2.02

112.3

4.31

107.8

11.33

115.5

3.08

111.1

3.76

126.1

0.30

145.3

1.98

116.8

0.99

122.7

0.57

95.4

4.06

110.1

1.82

115.3

2.99

116.2

75.53

110.3

: Central Statistics Office (CSO), Government of India

Basic goods

Capital goods

39.42
110.9
118.7
125.8
139.8
149.3
163.2
172.2
189.2
199.4
213.0
226.9
232.9
254.9

16.43
106.7
110.6
123.5
127.2
140.7
166.3
192.8
206.4
251.5
291.8
266.8
266.4
255.4

35.57
109.6
121.4
125.0
133.6
135.8
143.3
148.5
152.5
159.9
168.6
177.9

9.26
109.2
115.0
128.2
135.6
152.7
163.3
166.2
160.6
177.4
201.5
254.2

45.68
106.1
115.6
125.9
128.1
134.1
142.2

8.83
118.1
145.6
216.2
240.6
243.0
278.9

Basic Goods

Basic Goods

150.0
153.6

267.8
251.6

: Central Statistics Office (CSO), Government of India.

Overall
Index
2
26.68
111.1
122.8
127.3
134.5
138.3
150.9
158.6
163.7
171.9
182.4
193.0
Overall
Index
2
37.90
103.9
112.6
118.5
121.8
129.9
138.4
145.3
150.7
:

e 2004-05 = 100.

2005-06

2006-07
2

105.2

112.8

112.1

123.5

116.0

119.8

112.9

129.2

104.8

106.6

127.4

137.5

103.7

116.5

113.5

131.2

115.2

129.5

122.9

178.2

108.5

122.3

169.0

219.5

99.2

100.2

118.1

129.2

81.2

76.0

111.7

148.6

100.2

124.9

106.7

131.6

125.9

160.1

126.3

174.0

117.0

149.8

104.9

100.8

102.6

146.4

105.1

121.1

161.6

188.4

108.7

175.3

161.0

173.4

133.2

181.4

113.9

135.9

137.2

116.9

2005-06

2006-07
2

110.9

124.3

107.0

107.3

98.7

107.7

98.5

104.1

99.6

124.8

95.3

113.8

106.8

126.0

119.2

129.2

102.5

116.4

117.7

147.0

115.3

126.0

139.3

182.2

107.5

114.3

104.1

107.2

101.1

103.3

123.0

177.3

62.9

67.7

91.6

106.1

123.0

160.2

108.5

128.3

126.2

119.5

113.9

123.3

121.1

138.9

1. Data for 2012-13 are Provisional.

2003-04

2004-05
2

129074

136353

4733.31

5130.69

1192.30

1600.54

6795.98

7594.18

2897.76

3346.34

6086908

6599298

1840986

1995220

7803395

8383278

2368602

2544598

7870081

8453624

304.78

336.35

583.37

644.06

87.84

80.76

53.34

58.31

919.82

858.54

7750.15

10243.47

10396.23

13629.41

11357.43

14452.03

12874.01

16725.61

448.23

497.13

2029.54

2599.07

41.61

45.38

339.72

324.54

1648.21

2229.15

127.10

255.37

575.34

752.50

131.89

237.75

13.09

64.20

21.56

46.27

166.54

348.22

741.88

1100.73

923.66

1446.02

rnment of India

Production
Crude oil

POL products

2
11
13
9
11
20
25
28
30
31
30
32
34
33
33
28
27
27
32
35
33
34
33
32
32
32
33
33
34
32
34

3
24
26
24
24
30
32
33
39
42
45
45
49
48
49
51
50
51
53
55
59
65
68
83
100
104
109
118
123
124
140

34
34
34
38
38
38

150
157
185
196
204
218

: Data for 2012-13 are Provisional.


: Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Government of India.

Units (Million

Production (` Billion)

nos.)

At constant
prices

2
0.67
0.73
0.81
0.87
0.96
1.06
1.16
1.24
1.35
1.46
1.58
1.71
1.82
6.79
7.06
7.35
7.65
7.96
8.28
8.62
8.97
9.34
9.72
10.11
10.52
10.95
11.40
11.86
12.34
36.18 +

37.74 39.37 41.08 -

3
528.00
582.00
664.00
722.00
783.00
847.00
935.00
1046.00
1181.00
1336.00
1505.00
1699.00
1899.00
847.28
873.55
922.46
987.96
1087.74
1211.75
1348.92
1462.63
1575.25
1703.79
1844.01
2822.70
3067.71
3363.44
3729.38
4188.84

42.88 44.77 1. + includes activities of wholesale/retail trade, legal, education & social services, hotel & restaurants, transports and storage

Statistics Office,

ith reference to

: Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises, Government of India.

ANCED BY

SSick SSI/ MSE


Units
2
221472
245575
238176
256452
268815
262376
235032
221536
306221
304235
249630
177336
167980
138811
138041
126824
114132
85187
103996
77723
90141
85591
249903*
:

reference to Micro and Small

1. 1987 and 1988 data relate to end-June.

1999

2000

2
4
0
1
3
0
2
0
0
2
0
21
0
5
16
0
1
0
0
1
0
2
0
1
0
1
3
1
2
0
0
4
0
0
4
0
1
0
0
1
0
29
3

3
4
1
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
0
5
15
0
1
0
0
1
0
3
0
2
0
1
3
1
1
1
0
3
0
0
3
0
1
0
0
1
0
33
2

4
22
0

14
17
0

1999

2000

2
31
4
7
19
1
74
0
7
27
40
22
1
3
18
0
2
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0

3
25
2
7
15
1
85
2
7
27
49
21
0
4
17
0
2
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0

197

202

- STATUS

33

41

113

102

42

51

1. D.O.C. stands for Date of Commissioning.

2000

2001

19.38

0.00

57.14

0.00

37.76

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

15

71.92

53.56

86.86

63.48

14.94

9.92

1.18

1.18

3.49

3.02

2.31

1.84

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

1.58

1.58

1.58

1.84

0.00

0.26

26.93

4.31

37.88

4.67

10.95

0.36

Sector / Year

34.84

0.00

38.09

0.00

3.25

0.00

17

159.05

1.34

168.99

1.18

9.94

-0.16

2000
2

a) Number of projects

15

b) Original estimate

91.44

c) Now anticipated

246.46

d) Cost overrun

155.02

11. Railways
a) Number of projects

27

b) Original estimate

79.10

c) Now anticipated

124.32

d) Cost overrun

45.22

12. Surface transport


a) Number of projects

17

b) Original estimate

33.26

c) Now anticipated

52.91

d) Cost overrun

19.64

13. Telecommunication
a) Number of projects

b) Original estimate

7.31

c) Now anticipated

7.31

d) Cost overrun

0.00

a) Number of projects

b) Original estimate

0.00

c) Now anticipated

0.00

d) Cost overrun

0.00

a) Number of projects

102

b) Original estimate

525.99

c) Now anticipated

825.01

d) Cost overrun

299.02

:
projects costing

AC

PA

AC

PA

100.0

100.0

105.6

100.9

116.2

110.7

139.7

141.8

174.9

177.5

173.0

165.8

176.6

167.2

185.8

183.8

185.8

181.4

217.6

206.5

257.3

237.5

100.0

100.0

104.9

106.7

112.8

118.2

120.1

125.5

125.4

125.7

132.7

137.1

143.5

152.6

154.2

160.1

165.7

163.6

182.7

184.9

207.8

218.3

228.7

234.6

247.8

250.9

100.0

100.0

112.6

115.8

121.6

125.3

127.2

135.8

132.8

139.4

140.7

156.2

145.3

158.0

155.7

162.5

161.3

168.4

166.8

174.0

175.9

181.5

187.3

188.1

104.5

104.3

111.4

114.3

116.6

123.9

126.0

137.5

130.8

154.9

143.3

182.4

156.1

200.3

167.6

220.0
PA : Primary articles
NF : Non-food articles

IW

IW - Food
2

192

205

207

223

250

279

317

358

313

342

301

317

324

345

331

347

360

373

401

419

451

476

486

508

547

581

111

117

118

122

126

128

137

141

149

152

163

169

173

177

193

199

219

230

240

254

258

272

284

304

313

337

342

369

366

388

414

445

428

446

444

453

463

466

482

477

500

495

520

506

542

527

579

575

125

126

133

136

145

153

163

176

180

194

195

206

227

245

Industrial workers AL : Agricultural labourers


Base: 2001=100 for CPI(IW). Data at the new base were reported beginning January 2006 ; the conversion factor is 4.63

Mumbai
Rupees per
10 gms.
2

242.57
369.33
519.19
545.21
549.82
637.93
791.22
1158.75
1522.44
1719.17
1722.54
1858.47
1983.92
2125.47
2323.49
3082.43
3175.22
3229.33
3451.52
4297.63
4103.66
4531.87
4667.24
4957.60

5070.71
4347.07
4268.17
4393.56
4473.60
4579.12
5332.36
5718.95
6145.38
6900.56
9240.32
9995.62
12889.74
15756.09
19227.08
25722.42
30163.93
:

ctly comparable

Liabilities
Notes in

Notes held in

Circulation

Banking
Department

102.67

0.51

118.20

0.24

137.33

0.23

147.52

0.15

170.00

0.46

199.31

0.15

231.32

0.18

255.19

0.16

287.62

0.13

338.12

0.15

386.44

0.24

467.30

0.14

537.84

0.23

622.71

0.19

697.81

0.14

838.25

0.07

1023.02

0.40

1200.73

0.35

1348.89

0.18

1485.20

0.31

1725.41

0.32

1924.83

0.51

2128.51

0.85

2446.08

0.47

2754.02

0.42

3197.32

0.29

3612.13

0.16

4219.22

0.18

4959.38

0.11

5815.77

0.22

6810.99

0.14

7882.79

0.20

9369.35

0.14

10537.86

0.13

11756.35

0.09

Central

State

Govern-

Govern-

ment

ments

10

7.06

0.17

6.81

0.29

7.78

0.11

2.73

0.03

38.44

0.14

2.48

0.05

54.21

0.04

1.60

0.19

0.54

0.15

0.76

0.15

10.26

0.15

1.92

0.39

0.61

0.33

1.95

0.10

0.61

0.14

0.55

0.12

12.09

2.16

0.54

0.18

0.53

0.44

0.51

4.02

0.51

0.17

5.00

0.41

5.00

1.07

5.00

3.15

5.01

0.41

5.01

0.41

799.45

0.00

654.04

0.41

950.48

0.41

2293.61

0.41

957.27

18.59

110.92

0.41

1.00

3.99

184.20

0.42

675.19

0.42

Central

State

Govern-

Govern-

ment

ments
21

22

1.70

1.91

5.99

19.06

2.66

12.45

17.58

0.00

2.70

2.46

2.88

4.39

9.16

12.09

5.39

7.66

2.75

3.05

11.44

18.53
28.73

14.93

9.82

75.19

53.95

68.11

51.76

87.58

0.00

41.28

0.00

37.90

0.00

52.83

0.00

14.81

0.00

3.28

0.00

14.68

0.00

16.78

0.00

0.46

0.00

29.19

0.00

13.67

0.00

1.21

1. Deposits from Central Government include ` 290.62 billion, ` 629.74 billion, ` 1683.92 billion, ` 880.77 billion and ` 27.37 billion balances

Currency

Cash with

in Circula-

Banks

tion
2

16.68

0.45

17.20

0.46

18.46

0.54

20.01

0.70

21.54

0.56

22.56

0.54

24.39

0.60

26.70

0.64

28.41

0.72

31.12

0.78

32.89

0.90

34.68

0.92

37.94

1.12

41.60

1.65

45.57

1.86

50.06

2.05

56.80

2.42

65.95

2.74

67.01

3.54

70.53

3.48

82.88

4.15

91.52

5.21

108.35

6.04

123.82

7.28

143.07

8.81

154.11

9.37

176.39

9.80

206.43

10.40

238.75

12.03

265.24

14.65

299.13

15.31

351.22

15.63

401.19

17.90

482.86

19.86

552.82

22.34

637.38

26.40

713.26

30.53

853.96

30.95

1046.81

40.00

1225.69

43.11

1372.17

51.30

1510.56

54.77

1758.46

69.02

1970.61

79.79

2182.05

86.54

2509.74

101.79

2824.73

108.92

3270.28

120.57

3686.61

123.47

4295.78

174.54

5040.99

212.44

5908.01

223.90

6911.53

257.03

7995.49

320.56

9496.59

378.23

10672.30

445.80

11909.75

462.33

02-03 work out

ata on time dep

Net RBI Credit

Net RBI Credit

to Central

to State

Government

Governments
2

32.91
36.67
42.49
54.61
60.92
66.20
63.31
71.47
68.87
90.77
117.27
152.78
184.86
218.53
258.02
318.57
380.47
451.38
516.97
582.00
720.13
867.58
922.66
965.23
967.83
989.13
1187.68
1207.02

2.04
3.33
6.21
2.35
3.68
5.01
5.93
6.15
7.57
3.39
6.78
11.65
19.54
9.70
10.08
24.93
6.31
11.47
9.90
14.15
16.70
20.90
17.50
19.26
25.17
25.65
25.81
34.79

1336.17
1454.16
1398.29
1465.34
1413.84
1129.85
369.20
-232.58
51.60
21.36
-1146.36
617.61
2115.81
3940.35
5344.13
5904.99

15.43
71.23
84.35
73.43
107.94
76.95
79.88
52.83
14.39
2.87
14.27
-1.81
0.05
25.20
13.24
0.79

Net Foreign

Net Foreign

Exchange

Exchange

Assets of the

Assets of

RBI

Other Banks

10

1.19
0.91
1.22
0.94
0.59
1.25
1.51
3.02
5.74
5.30
6.08
5.69
6.61
3.69
9.24
25.99
45.32
54.31
53.88
47.75
27.06
17.29
16.24
28.99
37.41

0.03
-0.12
-0.08
0.00
0.12
0.24
0.11
0.24
0.10
0.21
0.11
0.14
0.02
0.45
0.15
-0.70
-0.87
-0.93
-0.45
-0.45
0.62
0.99
0.22
2.35
1.31

46.21
54.16
62.01
60.68
79.83
188.38
226.47
514.22
747.20
740.92
948.17
1158.90
1379.54
1658.80
1971.87
2639.79
3582.49
4844.19
6127.95
6729.86
8661.52
12361.31
12801.08
12319.44
13285.69
14721.95
15580.59

1.94
2.56
5.99
7.50
25.98
23.88
17.96
31.90
43.12
80.49
106.79
222.04
399.00
397.68
526.45
470.66
354.71
421.73
364.65
532.11
470.26
590.01
720.68
495.20
647.74
715.85
785.99

1. Data for 2012-13 are provisional.

Currency

Demand

with the

Deposits

Public

14.32

6.08

15.61

6.54

16.09

7.12

16.74

7.08

18.14

7.23

19.56

7.50

ng entity into a banking entity on October 11, 2004.

20.62

7.67

22.35

8.45

24.38

10.12

26.34

12.04

28.41

13.76

30.28

15.84

31.99

17.79

34.36

19.27

37.64

21.99

41.43

27.03

45.60

31.30

49.48

37.71

58.23

44.99

62.92

52.35

65.21

59.87

72.84

71.28

82.32

82.01

94.16

59.70

109.92

72.22

123.64

82.90

138.78

98.89

155.31

108.86

180.07

122.96

213.40

143.87

239.16

166.74

268.58

197.23

313.01

221.96

356.82

257.57

423.69

313.57

497.72

364.22

573.27

452.99

644.50

515.77

762.12

568.41

922.82

733.10

1120.80

802.78

1267.12

897.45

1421.87

1022.44

1588.54

1171.90

1847.02

1323.48

2015.81

1518.26

2271.64

1675.05

2586.75

1838.04

2947.97

2161.96

3364.45

2621.33

3851.86

3264.38

4513.25

4016.39

5174.34

4713.24

6147.96

5186.97

7133.95

6011.99

8504.49

6865.31

9688.90

6601.26

10857.12

6983.86

TS - BANK RATE,

Bank Rate

Repo
2

10.50 -

10.00 -

9.00 -

8.00 -

7.00 -

8.00 -

7.50 -

7.00 -

8.75

8.5
6.50 -

6.25 -

7.5

7.1

7
6.00 -

6.25

6.5

6.75

7.25

7.5

7.75

8.5

TS - BANK RATE,

Bank Rate

Repo
2

8
-

7.5
-

6.5

5.5

4.75

5.00

5.25
5.50

5.75

6.00

6.25

6.50

6.75

7.25

7.50

8.00

8.25

8.50

9.50 -

9.00

8.00

8.75

7.75
-

8.50

7.50

8.25

7.25

10.25 -

ection 42 of the RBI Act, 1934.

ortion of demand and time liabilities (DTL) as on

basis as a prescribed portion of NDTL as on


CRR on incremental NDTL

3 to April 16, 1993.

1992. In addition, there will be 30 per cent SLR on


17, 1993 which was continued till 16.9.1994.
continued till August 19, 1994.

e period from April 27, 2001 to March 28, 2004,

9, prescribed CRR was required to be maintained

night. Further, to facilitate banks to tide over

or compliance of CRR for a limited period of two

d, which was counted for CRR purpose during

justment facility (LAF) to the extent of up to one

ch SLR was reduced. Since October 15, 2008,

TL exclusively for the purpose of meeting the


their NDTL against their liquidity support for

tment facility (LAF) to the extent of up to

njection of liquidity by the Reserve Bank.

ed as per international usages. The current

e monetary policy stance. The reverse repo rate

ger an independent rate.

ht up to two per cent of their respective NDTL, at a

Demand Deposits

Time Deposits

6.31
7.04
7.31
7.22
7.81
7.10
7.86
8.67
10.71
12.39
14.27
16.49
18.45
19.34
22.35
26.26
31.27
37.94
43.36
49.63
58.17
69.43
48.72
58.26
66.43
77.98
83.83
99.84
113.12
141.32
156.12
192.27
202.47
233.42
288.56
331.92
450.88
464.61
565.72
769.03
806.14
906.10
1025.13

4.12
4.72
7.21
9.13
11.21
10.26
11.31
11.75
12.14
13.44
15.23
17.76
20.11
24.04
27.93
32.80
39.79
48.49
58.03
68.65
83.38
106.23
173.40
211.90
251.16
301.90
353.50
413.74
492.84
581.13
697.92
834.96
977.98
1168.08
1381.03
1593.49
1856.70
2221.11
2585.60
3099.56
3532.05
4149.89
4959.72

1174.23
1273.66
1425.52
1530.48
1702.89
2250.22
2480.28
3646.40
4297.31
5243.10
5230.85
6456.10
6417.05
6253.30
6622.99

5966.02
6859.78
8200.66
9503.12
11105.64
12793.94
14521.71
17444.09
21822.03
26726.30
33110.25
38472.16
45662.64
52837.52
60881.55

S (Concld.)

Investment

Investment

in

in Other

Government

Approved

Securities

Securities
8

3.60
3.47
4.40
6.13
7.15
5.59
6.01
5.93
6.40
7.18
8.11
8.93
9.67
10.55
11.67
13.62
16.50
21.61
23.62
28.26
32.83
39.30
59.07
66.22
74.44
92.19
101.57
120.78

3.14
4.10
5.39
7.36
9.24
10.88
13.24
16.06
19.90
24.88
31.81
39.67
49.84
62.57

134.73
186.97
190.45
248.47
305.17
358.15
422.92
499.98
627.27
759.45
1012.02
1176.85
1322.27
1588.90
1869.57
2232.17
2784.56
3400.35
4111.76
5234.17
6547.58
7189.82
7007.42
7760.58
9586.61
11557.86
13783.95
14971.48
17350.18
20036.53

77.72
94.41
115.09
137.35
159.87
188.47
220.78
250.67
274.69
297.11
313.21
315.68
325.55
316.24
317.48
313.77
304.88
301.25
270.93
241.29
228.30
201.72
167.12
154.58
130.53
106.24
63.58
44.71
27.70
24.52

1. Data relate to amount outstanding as on last Friday of March up to 1984-85 and last reporting Friday of March thereafter.

or 2002-03 were ` 10808.9

4, the time deposits,

figures for 2004-05

of which

Priority Sector

Agriculture

Total
2

149
184
216
251
291
342
404
429
454
498
539
642
733
849
995
1146
1318
1544
1753
2116
2638
3815
5107
6360
7481
9325
10922
12624
14203
15398

61
77
91
106
120
140
165
168
182
200
212
240
270
314
349
396
444
519
608
735
905
1253
1740
2304
2753
3387
4161
4806
5484
5899

1994
2
Industry (Small, Medium and Large)

805
5

2. Mining and Quarrying including Coal

3 . Iron and Steel

45

4 . Other Metal and Metal Products

32

5 . All Engineering
: Electronics

171
25
14

7 . Cotton Textiles

48
4

9 . Other Textiles

49
14
9

12 . Food Processing

16

13 . Vegetable Oils (including vanaspati)

11

14 . Tobacco and Tobacco Products

15 . Paper and Paper Products

17

16 . Rubber and Rubber Products

12

17 . Chemicals, Dyes, Paints,etc.

100

of which
i) Fertilisers

15

ii) Petro-Chemicals

iii) Drugs and Pharmaceuticals

14
12

19 . Leather and Leather Products

13

20 . Gems and Jewellery

20

21 . Construction

17
2

23 . Automobiles including Trucks

24 . Computer Software

25 . Infrastructure

of which
i) Power

ii) Telecommunications

iii) Roads and Ports

iv) Other Infrastructure

26 . Ships acquired from abroad


under new scheme
27 . Other Industries

187

2004
12
Industry (Small, Medium and Large)

3131
12

2. Mining and Quarrying including Coal


3 . Iron and Steel
4 . Other Metal and Metal Products
5 . All Engineering
: Electronics

16
263
82
263
84
141

7 . Cotton Textiles

172

9 . Other Textiles

159

11
64
12

12 . Food Processing

99

13 . Vegetable Oils (including vanaspati)

32

14 . Tobacco and Tobacco Products

15 . Paper and Paper Products

60

16 . Rubber and Rubber Products

26

17 . Chemicals, Dyes, Paints,etc.

306

i) Fertilisers

62

ii) Petro-Chemicals

72

iii) Drugs and Pharmaceuticals

87
57

19 . Leather and Leather Products

32

20 . Gems and Jewellery

92

21 . Construction

60
123

23 . Automobiles including Trucks

53

24 . Computer Software

30

25 . Infrastructure
513
of which
i) Power

337

ii) Telecommunications

84

iii) Roads and Ports

92

iv) Other Infrastructure

26 . Ships acquired from abroad


under new scheme
27 . Other Industries

605

Scheduled Commercial Banks


Indian Banks

Foreign Banks
2

29.23
34.80
42.17
54.82
70.69
86.03
106.67
126.92
147.19
174.30
213.00
240.71

1.68
1.82
1.93
2.08
2.24
2.41
2.70
3.04
3.36
3.81
4.27
4.85

287.87
325.46
367.56
437.44
495.42
555.54
572.56
694.34
890.19
993.47
1125.70
1367.70
1608.89
1871.73
2174.52
2721.19
3028.16
3731.37
4435.73
5563.03
6505.28
7471.89
8740.46
11011.71
13396.54
15010.18
17163.15

5.67
6.25
6.90
8.23
9.59
13.48
13.17
17.18
23.05
25.14
28.75
31.94
38.36
47.27
55.30
69.88
87.48
122.32
150.45
188.27
218.39
250.93
269.21
355.04
376.34
381.59
384.21

Up to 90 Days
No. of
Amount
Accounts
2

3973
6384
6118
6454
6562
6201
6320
5434
6000
6960
12095

137.85
215.45
257.37
313.75
312.66
320.73
416.35
389.68
490.69
585.81
861.97

12687
11557
10580
9674
9556
6421
3908
4326
2788
2845

1041.12
1210.59
1479.79
1682.48
1670.42
1510.43
1678.27
1913.53
2324.83
2966.41

2 Years and above but


less than 3 Years
No. of
Accounts

Amount
10

11

19068
16170
20094
18730
21805
21837
20693
20616
21134
21272
21098
28382
20074
19986
17695
16480
14445
23035
25203
26187
20974

256.42
236.31
269.75
344.04
489.88
580.61
648.41
696.40
805.65
896.60
995.89
1490.55
1091.49
1137.42
1182.83
1148.53
1364.21
2634.07
3427.46
4162.26
3574.62

Employee

State Bank of
India and its
Associates
2

Officers
Clerks
Subordinates

3
76759
158675
74643

Total
Officers
Clerks
Subordinates
Total
Officers
Clerks
Subordinates
Total
Officers
Clerks
Subordinates
Total
Officers
Clerks
Subordinates
Total
Officers
Clerks
Subordinates
Total
Officers
Clerks
Subordinates
Total
Officers
Clerks
Subordinates
Total
Officers
Clerks
Subordinates
Total
Officers
Clerks
Subordinates
Total
Officers
Clerks
Subordinates
Total
Officers
Clerks
Subordinates
Total
Officers
Clerks
Subordinates
Total
Officers
Clerks
Subordinates

310077
75390
157599
75828
308817
76142
156161
75559
307862
75452
155541
75205
306198
70196
145678
71371
287245
72957
140394
68599
281950
76001
134656
70732
281389
71328
128823
64195
264346
74536
125012
64239
263787
76763
120571
62410
259744
83831
117668
65680
267179
69075
102378
57152
228605
77248
116354
56636
250238
98462
119876
57833

Total

276171

Officers

113222

Clerks

131903

Subordinates

55503

Total

300628

Officers

104466

Clerks

125878

Subordinates

55026

Total

285370

IDBI

SIDBI
2

3.20 3.85 5.17 6.14 8.68 10.97 13.03 15.20 18.28 20.85 23.41 25.95 28.85 31.99 35.31 38.22 -

37.05

4.00

35.77

8.40

34.22

8.40

32.44

11.72

30.33

13.80

28.09

16.04

25.63

17.30

22.66

20.04

20.00

20.04

17.40

20.04

14.40

114.54

0.00

102.52

0.00

83.61
85.49

85.23

112.95

124.61

114.89

147.86

227.19

261.05

303.85

322.09

1. Data for 2013 are Provisional.

erve Bank of India

as repealed on October

Deposits
Rural
No. of

Amount

Accounts

Outstanding
2

47322

76.72

52497

92.43

57514

104.11

65873

128.09

73664

155.22

84749

192.15

89235

220.46

102113

262.34

108876

310.10

114808

357.50

117814

414.10

121299

493.31

109944

518.20

112904

613.13

116693

737.70

120060

867.06

122660

1026.97

125852

1205.39

131723

1394.31

133000

1594.23

136733

1765.02

138760

1950.82

141908

2131.04

139570

2260.61

149663

2530.14

168034

3034.23

199695

3639.10

224155

4203.38

250254

4932.66

283072

5731.86

Rural
No. of

Amount

Accounts

Outstanding
10

11

14655

62.56

16233

69.79

19315

82.22

21918

96.27

24100

112.82

26677

142.06

28401

254.68

32465

266.44

34015

275.20

32881

303.83

32310

308.63

29407

335.29

28795

386.14

27280

402.59

26761

481.32

24473

539.09

25080

594.26

22511

688.82

25163

877.13

25637

1064.79

25565

1099.07

29357

1604.79

29054

1994.23

31029

2357.04

33546

3231.32

33823

3096.26

37074

3851.50

40018

3924.49

41749

4422.12

: Basic Statistical Returns of Scheduled Commercial Banks in India, DSIM.

Loans Issued
Co-

SCBs

operatives

SCBs : Scheduled Commercial Banks

7.50
8.81
10.16
10.58
12.07
12.60
13.86
17.96
19.08
21.58
23.23
27.47
26.20
31.20
35.94
39.74
34.48
39.34
43.94
60.39
69.96
92.43
94.89
100.84
106.98
172.55
185.56
216.70
236.29
293.26
318.87
356.24
407.96
473.90
480.22
619.51

1.46
2.13
2.54
2.88
3.65
4.55
5.17
6.23
5.65
8.72
10.35
12.52
14.82
16.72
17.65
18.98
20.48
23.41
24.32
28.60
38.42
46.28
56.25
62.33
77.42
95.05
107.04
126.61
168.25
241.34
299.78
456.44
652.45
682.43
1077.66
1246.46
1460.63
2178.97

Loans Issued
Co-

SCBs

operatives

SCBs : Scheduled Commercial Banks


:

but also SCARDBs

2.89
3.05
4.14
3.87
4.15
5.62
6.43
6.83
8.09
7.80
8.31
9.27
10.81
15.91
12.79
14.33
13.72
18.63
20.89
24.45
28.79
32.40
37.65
40.75
44.01
84.23
87.39
88.99
104.11
107.23
131.22
124.99
132.23
102.53
107.65
129.87
72.35
75.00

1.28
1.92
2.54
2.81
4.35
5.20
7.46
8.73
6.60
9.86
14.26
14.77
18.51
18.54
20.48
23.85
26.28
24.65
25.28
25.40
35.66
46.47
50.50
53.04
69.21
68.45
57.36
59.77
84.31
120.69
183.89
349.55
500.21
452.29
529.24
636.07
767.29
949.80

1. Reserve Bank of India.

Co-

State

operatives

Governments
2

10.39
11.87
14.31
14.44
16.21
18.21
20.29
24.79
27.17
29.38
31.54
36.74
37.01
47.10
48.73
54.07
48.19
57.97
64.84
84.84
98.76
124.83
132.54
141.59
150.99
256.78
272.95
305.69
340.40
400.49
450.09
481.23
540.19
576.43
587.87
749.38

0.78
0.82
0.82
0.98
1.19
1.33
1.44
1.53
1.88
1.85
2.41
3.54
2.10
4.78
2.75
2.92
3.59
3.39
3.89
3.77
4.07
5.54
6.68
8.58
4.20
5.20
4.87
4.43
-

SCBs : Scheduled Commercial Banks.


:

but also SCARDBs and

Co-

SCBs

operatives
2

5.57
6.15
5.69
8.35
8.95
11.54
14.97
19.56
24.00
29.93
37.44
18.64
24.53
19.42
16.88
17.27
20.02
20.73
100.76
123.37
173.71
189.27
199.72
208.18
821.86
913.37
840.92
921.52
935.66
1141.32
1220.67

2.66
1.94
2.07
2.00
1.98
1.58
3.32
5.83
10.36
12.71
19.04
19.97
34.31
39.67
79.90
62.61
89.36
217.28
277.51

1357.40
1457.78
-

387.66
402.78
737.21
828.39
867.32
-

SCBs : Scheduled Commercial Banks.


:

but also SCARDBs and

any defaulters became

an increase in the

tors as at end-June.
as at end-March.

E TO FARMERS

Up to 2.5 Acres
Number of

Amount

Accounts
2

1950
2045
2236
2191
2057
1960
1862
1871
1886
2032
2024
2076
2104
2308
2342
2382

6.17
7.58
8.24
8.81
10.33
11.81
11.72
11.71
13.12
16.92
20.01
21.76
22.88
27.87
33.38
37.40

2679
2494
3711
4478
5004
5963
6605
8544
8127
9253
13735

Up to 2.5 Acres
Number of
Accounts

43.52
48.34
79.53
108.33
168.23
232.46
253.52
342.67
426.26
460.19
897.14

Amount
2
5104
5227
5871
6073
6082
6137
6063
6057
6007
5463
5557
5296
4890
4408
4544
4600
4902
4749
6086
7299
8239
9954
11345
11708
17321
12567
16423

3
15.26
16.82
20.15
23.24
27.27
28.95
32.39
34.37
35.95
38.89
43.26
48.94
50.58
55.11
61.85
72.15
87.59
98.13
148.05
204.99
297.19
373.36
464.57
601.99
779.52
887.12
1244.39

Balance Outstanding
Small Enterprises

ta relate to end-September.

a with reference to

Small Road and Water Transport


Operators
2

10.40
11.53
14.03
17.04
22.32
26.95
39.53
44.64
53.89
65.37
78.29
91.27
106.59
129.68
146.35
159.69
179.38
189.39
209.75
239.78
291.75
342.46
381.96
457.71
516.79
570.35
601.41
671.07
647.07
712.09
834.98
1012.85
1273.23
2135.39
2561.28
3622.91
4785.27
5276.84
6847.97

1.33
2.13
2.91
3.51
4.41
5.41
9.97
12.47
16.28
18.95
20.04
20.88
21.54
23.19
24.28
25.42
26.79
26.26
26.46
27.01
29.79
33.92
38.32
38.11
42.07
48.93
49.73
54.51
65.68
86.31
98.10
149.40
264.16
-

Total Direct
Total
Direct
Finance

7.51
10.06
12.85
17.29
27.89
28.88
40.61
49.03
61.36
76.12
91.60
106.07
124.01
138.44
155.00
161.45
173.97
189.49
194.65
213.34
238.14
274.48
294.43
330.94
364.66
404.85
465.81
568.57
707.81
955.65
1347.98
1721.28
2146.44
2648.93
3177.67
3602.53
4407.58

Primary Agricultural Credit Societies

Farmers Service Societies

Large-sized Adivasi Multipurpose Societies

1. Data for 2004-05 to 2011-12 are provisional.


2. For 1979-80, data relate to end-December.
3. :- Not Available.

Also see Notes on Tables.

ERCIAL BANKS

Liabilities
Capital
2

161.80
163.47
165.78
195.39
182.02
186.11
190.95
214.73
215.35
223.22
259.05
252.07
295.59
399.63
432.89
486.48
589.75
636.64

Cash and

Balances with

Balances with

Banks and

RBI

Money at Call
and Short
Notice
7

630.50
701.94
609.30
715.90
813.42
853.71
845.04

174.42
303.61
470.05
601.95
888.58
810.20
1059.00

867.60
860.64
1132.46
1180.75
1444.74
1952.64
3229.71
2972.67
3658.12
4587.83
3737.17

1175.18
745.31
819.62
953.57
1164.40
1582.98
1091.09
1965.16
1834.55
1840.82
2437.24

(Amount in ` Billion)
Advances
Gross

Net

5587.66

5263.28

6809.58

6458.59

7780.43

7404.73

9020.26

8626.43

11526.82

11156.63

15513.78

15168.11

20125.10

19812.37

25078.85

24769.36

30382.54

29999.24

35449.65

34970.92

40120.79

42987.04

46655.44

50746.00

4421.34

4152.07

5093.68

4806.81

5778.13

5493.51

6619.75

6313.83

8778.25

8489.12

11347.24

11062.88

14644.93

14401.46

18190.74

17974.01

22834.73

22592.12

27334.58

27013.00

30798.04

33056.32

35003.89

38783.00

397.38

379.73

440.57

422.86

513.29

494.36

579.08

556.48

704.12

677.42

851.54

829.57

948.72

928.87

1134.04

1116.70

1303.52

1285.04

1563.57

1541.36

1872.96

1846.47

2329.18

2301.00

314.99

300.86

769.01

741.87

947.18

895.15

1195.11

1151.06

1274.20

1236.55

2325.36

2300.05

3252.73

3218.65

4124.41

4067.33

4547.13

4468.24

4877.13

4783.58

5450.14

6128.86

6475.28

7363.00

453.95

430.63

506.31

487.05

541.84

521.71

626.32

605.06

770.26

753.54

989.65

975.62

1278.72

1263.39

1629.66

1611.33

1697.16

1653.85

1674.37

1632.60

1993.21

1955.39

2347.10

2298.00

sion of a non-banking entity into a banking entity.

CRAR

State
Bank
Group
2

1999-00 Below 4 per cent


Between 4-9 per cent
Between 9-10 per cent
Above 10 per cent
2000-01 Below 4 per cent
Between 4-9 per cent
Between 9-10 per cent

0
0
0
8
0
0
0

Above 10 per cent


2001-02 Below 4 per cent
Between 4-9 per cent
Between 9-10 per cent
Above 10 per cent
2002-03 Below 4 per cent
Between 4-9 per cent
Between 9-10 per cent
Above 10 per cent
2003-04 Below 4 per cent
Between 4-9 per cent
Between 9-10 per cent
Above 10 per cent
2004-05 Below 4 per cent
Between 4-9 per cent
Between 9-10 per cent
Above 10 per cent
2005-06 Below 4 per cent
Between 4-9 per cent
Between 9-10 per cent
Above 10 per cent
2006-07 Below 4 per cent
Between 4-9 per cent
Between 9-10 per cent
Between 10-12 per cent
12 per cent and above
2007-08 Below 9 per cent
Between 9-10 per cent
Above 10 per cent
2008-09 Below 9 per cent
Between 9-10 per cent
Above 10 per cent
2009-10 Below 9 per cent
Between 9-10 per cent
Above 10 per cent
2010-11 Below 9 per cent
Between 9-10 per cent
Above 10 per cent
2011-12 Below 9 per cent
Between 9-10 per cent
Above 10 per cent

8
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
3
5
0
0
8
0
0
7
0
0
7
0
0
6
0
0
6

ted Assets Ratio (CRAR) of 8 per cent up

09-10, 2010-11 and 2011-12.

Rural
2

5561

6166
6807
7690
9537
11806
13337
15105
17656
20401
22686
25380
30185
29703
30209
31114
33014
34791
35206
35269
35389
35329
33004
32995
32915
32878
32857
32734
32562
32380
32303
32121
32082
30106
30248
30772
31453
32473
33909
36428
39336
:

Data are exclusive of administrative offices.

Thereafter data are based on Master

ANKS - OUTSTANDING

Deposits
Demand

Time

1.94
2.58
3.24
4.17
5.36
6.45
8.17
9.41
10.44
10.93
13.94
21.15
24.75
29.47
38.05
46.88
51.05
60.98
73.05
85.13
107.27
127.57
173.55
200.03
210.22
243.53
287.10
336.63
344.79
372.69

4.94
7.15
9.90
13.37
17.35
22.82
29.98
36.19
42.27
52.77
66.51
87.33
108.95
140.25
171.73
207.40
249.46
298.97
351.89
391.31
426.63
455.29
468.40
616.17
733.90
894.75
1071.04
1230.39
1389.14
1591.54

Aggregate
Deposits

Total

2
2.42
2.70
3.52
4.27
4.94
5.70
6.23

3
1.31
1.40
2.06
2.55
2.98
3.11
3.67

6.67
7.33
7.98
9.23
10.29
11.94
13.81
16.97
20.17
21.52
25.76
28.31
34.15
38.50
42.86
53.77
56.28
75.11
88.70
96.82
121.19
122.26
137.82
145.81
156.65
171.05
204.33
230.94
268.96
285.59
313.42
356.51

4.46
5.94
6.33
8.59
9.19
9.79
11.88
14.59
17.95
18.31
21.98
25.08
20.31
22.16
29.96
32.15
30.16
36.30
33.45
47.00
48.88
55.83
74.41
56.27
60.65
73.24
78.04
85.87
97.46
116.72
118.40
127.17

PACS
Advanced
No. of
Borrowers
2

20.0
21.0
20.0
20.0
19.0
19.0

18.0
20.0
21.0
18.0
17.0
19.0
24.0
14.0
17.0
24.0
39.0
41.0
44.0
43.0
47.0
56.0
64.0
51.0
45.0
46.0
48.0
: Primary Agricultural Credit Societies

1. Date for 2011-12 in provisional


3. :- Not Available.

Year (end-March)

Urban Cooperative
Banks (UCBs)
2

13.9
13.0
13.2
11.7
11.7
12.2
16.1
21.9
19.0
22.7

23.2
18.9
18.3
15.5
13.0
10.1
8.4
7.0
: State Co-operative Banks
: District Central Co-operative Banks
: Primary Agricultural Credit Societies
: State Co-operative Agriculture and Rural Development Banks
PCARDBs : Primary Co-operative Agriculture and Rural Development Banks
:

1.Data for 2011-12 are provisional.

97 and SCARDBs and

which the source is NAFSCOB).

No. of SHGs Linked


During the year

Cumulative
2

2635

4757

3841

8598

5719

14317

18678

32995

81780

114775

149050

263825

197653

461478

255882

717360

361731

1079091

539365

1618456

620109

2238565

1105749 1227770 1609586 1586822 1196134 1147878 -

17
1. Data for 2011-12 are provisional.

Telegraphic transfers - issued


of which
Mumbai

Total

Total Cheque
Clearances
All India

215
307
359
476
529
489
782
851
898
758
824
946
959
1049
1078
1546
2058
2482
2613
2662
3332
3399
3843
4947
6024
7129
8946
10097
11466
13311
17022
17838
13732
5558
2149
2702
2844
364

31
55
81
126
144
107
190
274
153
99
125
132
193
167
225
366
695
941
902
778
1100
1114
1338
1655
2193
2898
3546
3834
4298
5096
7039
7364
5823
2000
661
846
807
89

All India
Number

ction of volume and value of cheques

me of the clearing houses in the state of

erritories of Puducherry and Chandigarh).

Amount
2

198

906.96

226

1069.20

275

1395.24

329

1645.32

275

1793.28

308

2289.48

315

2435.16

371

3045.24

393

3405.96

416

3849.96

462

4575.36

514

5176.08

645

6580.08

711

7246.32

569

6706.08

590

9261.74

764

22873.53

868

34042.54

768

37020.08

761

38689.13

737

41010.79

759

46246.40

783

54234.76

858

65981.50

866

75765.54

891

92320.18

941

107471.19

902

125752.54

1014

134243.13

1023

115959.60

1167

104588.95

1287

113291.34

1367

120424.26

1461

133960.66

1397

124691.35

1380

104099.42

1387

101341.28

1341

98940.24

1314

100181.77

Call/ Notice
Money Rates
Savings#

9.15

4.00

7.16

4.00

5.89

3.50

4.62

3.50

4.65

3.50

5.60

3.50

7.22

3.50

6.07

3.50

7.06

3.50

3.24

3.50

5.75

3.50

8.12

4.00

4.00

4.00

4.00

4.00

five major banks.


Savings deposit rate from 2011-12 onwards relates to balance up to
from October 25, 2011.
As on August 14, 2013.
1. Data on lending rates relate to either Prime Lending Rate (PLR) or Benchmark Prime Lending Rate (BPLR) or Base Rate, as the

Nomenclature of the
loan

2005-06
2

5.48% 2009
6.65% 2009
7.00% 2009
11.50% 2009

95.10
100.25
100.93
115.10

11.99% 2009
5.87% 2010
7.50% 2010
7.55% 2010
8.75% 2010
11.30% 2010
11.50% 2010
12.25% 2010
12.29% 2010
6.57% 2011
8.00% 2011
9.39% 2011
10.95% 2011
11.50% 2011
12.00% 2011
12.32% 2011
6.72% 2007/2012
6.85% 2012
7.40% 2012
9.40% 2012
10.25% 2012
11.03% 2012
7.27% 2013
9.00% 2013
9.81% 2013
12.40% 2013

116.71
97.32
101.65
103.34
107.93
118.27
118.28
121.60
120.09
103.90
111.91
118.64
121.81
124.51
124.14
101.15
99.94
102.30
113.05
116.87
121.54
101.63
111.37
116.04
131.28

6.07% 2014
6.72% 2014
7.32% 2014
7.37% 2014
7.56% 2014
10.00% 2014
10.50% 2014
11.83% 2014
6.49% 2015
7.38% 2015
9.85% 2015
10.47% 2015
10.79% 2015
11.43% 2015
11.50% 2015

97.88
102.04
117.54
121.53
130.76
102.03
118.45
121.87
125.02
129.20
129.35

Nomenclature of the
loan

2005-06
2

5.59% 2016
7.02% 2016
7.59% 2016
10.71% 2016
12.30% 2016
7.46% 2017
7.49% 2017
7.99% 2017
8.07% 2017
5.69% 2018
6.25% 2018
8.24% 2018
10.45% 2018
12.60% 2018
5.64% 2019
6.05% 2019
6.90% 2019
10.03% 2019
6.35% 2020
10.70% 2020
11.60% 2020
7.94% 2021
10.25% 2021
5.87% 2022
8.08% 2022
8.13% 2022
8.20% 2022
8.35% 2022
6.17% 2023
6.30% 2023
6.35% 2023
7.35% 2024
10.18% 2026
8.24% 2027
8.26% 2027
8.28% 2027
6.01% 2028
6.13% 2028
7.95% 2032
8.28% 2032
8.32% 2032
8.33% 2032
7.5% 2034
7.40% 2035
8.33% 2036
6.83% 2039
daily weighted average yield of the

curity in the aggregate

computed as an

om the date of issue.

88.28
125.60
136.99
101.92
101.78
106.43
87.09
92.11
125.25
140.47
86.08
89.59
122.85
91.56
128.20
137.79
125.66
85.24
109.27
88.19
89.60
128.11
85.04
86.00
104.57
99.39
98.24
-

Financial institutions
No. of

Amount

issues
2

176

108.75

208

132.63

363

160.19

327

94.54

344

125.51

255

209.74

375

264.63

632

484.14

905

882.91

687

605.86

1630

1424.41

878

719.77

530

389.37

603

843.08
: Data for 2012-13 are Provisional.

SBI MF

Canara
Robeco
MF
2

5.25
10.41
1.05
2.18
0.76
0.03
1.90
-0.72
6.59
2.52
6.14
6.86
19.27
10.24
52.80

12.68
0.16
0.43
2.06
0.03
0.02
0.47
-0.17
-3.61
-0.05
1.40
2.37
4.95
-0.11
0.56

32.08
73.39
26.17
54.37
42.42
4.22
44.99

-0.96
2.95
13.17
31.30
-24.17
-3.64
-0.46

MF : Mutual Fund

SBI : State Bank of India

1. Data for 2012-13 are provisional.

UTI

Bank-sponsored

r mutual funds.

mutual funds
2

0.31
0.17
0.29
0.35
0.73
1.02
0.58
0.52
1.57
1.67
3.30
7.56
8.92
12.61
20.59
38.55
55.84
45.53
86.85
110.57
92.97
86.11
-63.14
-30.43
28.75
1.70
45.48
3.22
-72.84
-94.34
10.50
-24.67

2.50
3.20
8.89
23.52
21.40
12.04
1.48
7.66
1.13
0.07
2.37
-0.89
3.36
2.49
8.63
10.33
45.26
7.06

34.24
73.26
106.78
-41.12
156.53
-166.36
-31.79
46.29

53.65
30.33
75.97
44.89
98.55
13.04
3.89
58.30

1. Data for 2012-13 are provisional.

` 28.77 billion,

` 8.55 billion, ` 25.92 billion,

` 61.19 billion, respectively.

Year/Mutual Fund

1999-00

AIG Global Investment Mutual Fund

2
Alliance Capital MF

25.06

Anagram Wellington MF

Apple Mutual Fund

AXIS Mutual Fund

Benchmark Mutual Fund

BOI AXA Mutual Fund

Birla Sun Life Mutual Fund

18.20

BNP Paribus MF

Baroda Pioneer MF

CRB Mutual Fund

Deutsche Mutual Fund

DSP Blackrock MF *

6.38

Dundee Mutual Fund


Edelweiss Mutual Fund

3.86
-

Escorts Mutual Fund

0.11

Fidelity Mutual Fund

First India Mutual Fund

Fortis Mutual Funds

Franklin Templeton MF

12.51

Goldman Sachs Mutual Fund

HB Mutual Fund

HDFC Mutual Fund

HSBC Mutual Fund

ICICI Prudential MF
IDFC Mutual Fund

34.34
-

IL&FS Mutual Fund

8.17

ING Mutual Fund

1.68

ITC Classic Thread. MF

Jardine Fleming MF

1.68

JM Mutual Fund

11.83

JP Morgan Mutual Fund

Kotak Mahindra MF

6.57

L&T Mutual Fund

Lotus Mutual Fund

LIC Mutual Find

Mirae Asset Mutual Fund

Morgan Stanley MF

Peerless Mutual Fund

Pioneer ITI Mutual Fund

19.14

Pinbridge Mutual Fund

Principal Mutual Fund

Quantum Mutual Fund

Reliance Capital MF

1.70

Raligare M.F.

Sahara Mutual Fund

SBI Mutual Fund

Shriram Mutual Fund

Sun F&C Mutual Fund

5.98

Sundaram MF

2.11

Tata Mutual Fund

4.20

Taurus Mutual Fund

-0.60

UTI Mutual Fund

Total

162.92

1. Private sector mutual funds commenced operations in the year 1993-94.

NBFCs
No of Reporting

Public Deposits

Companies
2

1420

135.72

1536

97.85

996

83.38

974

64.59

905

59.33

870

50.35

774

43.17

700

39.26

428

24.48

401

20.77

364

20.42

336

19.71

308

28.31

297

40.98

271

57.35

254

70.85
RNBC : Residuary non-banking company

: 1. Data format has changed after 1996-97 due to new reporting format following changes in the regulatory framework in1998.

ed Nidhis, Mutual Benefit


etc.

till 2004-05 and only NBFCs-D thereafter.

Ordinary Shares

No. of

Amount

issues
2

0.46

0.89

0.59

0.95

0.85

1.13

0.89
357

3.05

570

2.59

734

3.82

402

3.63

758

8.98

424

10.08

174

11.05

256

10.34

269

12.20

246

12.84

366

19.16

868

99.53

983

99.60

1548

174.14

1591

118.77

801

61.01

89

11.62

33

25.63

69

27.53

128

26.08

8.60

4.60

35

24.71

51

114.52

128

208.99

114

297.56

111

568.48

45

146.71

67

252.99

70

248.30

49

81.52

48

138.84

o new and existingalong with conceptual

Tax-free Bonds
2
24.12
33.17
25.45
24.69
0.11
14.14
11.98
5.47
0.67
5.70
4.06
4.00
6.62
2.74
2.86
19.26
16.42
280.82
148.60

1. Data for 2012-13 are provisional.

ction 80CCF
bankers and prospectus thereafter.

IDBI
Sanctions

Disbursements
2

2.59

2.03

3.05

2.24

5.40

3.41

6.80

4.10

7.25

6.18

11.25

7.53

16.91

12.59

18.35

15.04

19.27

15.95

23.91

19.76

33.54

21.99

36.56

27.98

45.66

32.59

52.89

40.05

44.11

33.82

72.69

51.21

62.78

45.01

65.90

57.69

92.49

67.11

120.86

80.96

181.99

106.72

164.76

106.95

156.34

114.68

239.82

151.70

237.45

144.70

269.67

170.59

268.33

174.77

158.68

110.13

58.98

66.15

39.38

49.86

107.99

61.83

SCICI
Sanctions

Disbursements
12

13

1.44

0.61

3.12

1.38

3.21

2.26

3.32

1.67

4.09

1.71

7.61

4.86

16.98

10.07

37.20

14.41

50.49

24.65

UTI
Sanctions
22
0.07
0.08
0.09
0.27
0.51
0.75
0.40
0.86
1.28
1.66
3.57
6.97
4.65
9.66
18.78
12.03
28.10
38.14
103.03
83.33
75.23
36.86
36.33
45.33
38.99
68.45
67.70
9.91
3.07
-

nd respective financial institutions.

Sector-wise
Public

: 1. Data for 2013 are provisional.

et investments,

Private

54.11
61.90
70.21
79.20
90.64
102.59
118.37
140.32
164.04
199.80
244.25
289.83
362.47
443.19
540.03
659.17
792.36
964.11
1170.59
1412.56
1805.74
2195.97
2717.79
3220.22
3788.07
4338.10
5033.88
5720.50
6783.74
7990.09
8996.55
10203.69

6.99
7.87
8.91
10.11
11.21
14.08
16.25
19.73
26.41
33.10
42.40
53.97
58.94
70.17
88.14
95.89
118.34
150.48
192.68
227.80
237.08
294.07
519.24
684.85
1051.48
842.94
1284.68
1871.41
2361.35
2675.18
3005.10
3251.21

Year (end-March)

Amount
1

2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013

1079.46
905.87
1005.94
1092.99
1396.16
1496.00
2318.62
3262.92
5051.52
4173.00
6139.79
5922.50
5872.17
7014.43

: Data for 2013 are provisional.

Loan Approvals/ Sanctions

Loan Disbursements
2

0.76
1.03
1.35
1.86
2.38
3.05
3.33
6.03
8.14
7.12
8.59
10.25
14.95
20.72
25.22
32.51
40.72
53.05
68.80
90.41
117.32
152.16
197.15
256.34
333.32

0.48
0.75
0.93
1.46
1.76
2.35
2.55
4.89
6.69
6.28
7.20
8.89
12.12
16.84
21.01
27.54
34.24
44.93
58.03
76.17
99.51
126.97
162.07
206.79
261.78

425.20
491.66
606.11
751.85
901.54
1032.60

No. of Schemes

328.75
396.50
504.13
603.14
711.13
824.52

Total Financial Assistance

Sanctioned

Sanctioned
2

8655

27.27

12225

36.56

16574

46.29

19611

55.78

24410

67.72

28114

77.61

34722

96.57

42557

114.23

52620

131.89

62615

157.50

69652

175.10

78863

203.56

89513

231.64

96219

261.21

102712

301.25

109526

344.50

116880

392.78

118029

422.36

118949

476.35

119579

521.33

120020

577.89

120373

641.45

121097

712.41

-724

-70.96

122058

787.75

-961

-75.34

122555

869.50

-497

-81.75

130181

952.99

-7626

-83.49

130342

1045.76

-161

-92.77

130474

1134.42

-132

-88.66

130543

1230.73

-69

-96.31

130564

1327.77

-21

-97.04

130592

1443.98

-28

-116.21

130595

1567.06

-3

-123.08

130598

1714.44

-3

-147.38

130600

1872.02

-2

-157.58

130601

2052.64

-1

-180.62

ject in the States of Haryana,

ses indicate financial

Housing Finance Companies


Disbursementt

s
2
3.88
2.41
2.75
2.48
3.28
3.81
5.45
6.51
7.62
7.19
17.72
18.51
26.23
18.40
12.10
11.89
70.55

35.44
33.09
53.02
60.67
1. Data for 2012-13 are provisional.

and Apex Co-operative

Number of fully
protected accounts

Total number of
accounts
2

58
72
84
92
107
127
137
158
179
200
215
232
252
271
306
298
317
340
350
496
482
427
371
454
430
432
464
578
519
620
506
683

60
73
86
93
109
129
138
160
182
203
224
236
257
278
314
309
329
354
353
499
487
435
411
464
442
446
482
600
544
650
537
717

962
1204
1267
977
996
1393

1039
1349
1424
1052
1073
1482

As on the last Friday of September 1974 through September 1979; as on the last Friday of June 1980 through June

Fund

ES AND ASSETS

Surplus
Balance

1.23

2.83

0.89

2.22

0.80

1.25

1.69

0.02

2.03

0.02

2.98

0.00

2.49

17.73

3.53

27.54

4.34

28.76

5.01

32.05

5.63

36.87

8.31

46.83

8.71

50.37

8.75

69.42

10.26

80.77

12.11

97.67

15.53

118.09

18.17

143.39

32.75

168.77

37.74

209.30

47.68

253.25

52.65

308.55

Fund

Surplus
Balance

7.51

0.00

9.07

0.00

15.21

0.00

17.93

0.00

17.75

0.00

29.26

0.00

6.79

0.00

5.48

2.10

0.48

11.40

0.00

11.34

0.00

12.62

0.00

13.93

0.00

15.10

0.00

2.50

0.00

3.45

0.00

3.49

0.00

3.67

0.00

3.85

0.00

2.98

0.00

3.10

0.00

3.00

0.00

3.25

Capital

General

provided

reserves

by RBI

0.50
0.50

0.18
0.14

0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50

Capital

0.12
0.09
0.14
0.15
0.17
0.17
0.17
0.18
0.20
0.22
0.24
0.26
0.74
0.70
1.64
1.68
4.28
4.38
4.30
4.57

Advance
towards
capital

2
3.30
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
30.00

3
0.00
0.00
5.00
10.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00

40.00

0.00

Liabilities
Borrowings from

Open market

RBI under

borrowings

ARDR scheme,
1990

9
3.18
2.04
1.10
0.45
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00

10
10.00
10.45
12.45
13.70
16.33
21.41
36.14
60.78
87.02
143.83
215.04
233.13
313.92
326.22
264.45
245.40
338.42
423.24
502.69

Refinance
outstanding (MT and
LT)

15
101.34
111.45
123.59
137.30
157.52
178.58
204.86
228.71
254.16
280.79
279.42
301.67
317.25

324.67
334.30
358.27
389.84
431.79
486.28
Loans

Investment

under

in

ARDR

Government

Scheme

securities
1990
21

22

2.92

17.45

1.98

12.98

1.04

12.42

0.45

12.42

0.00

12.45

0.00

12.26

0.00

11.31

0.00

12.51

0.00

12.48

0.00

22.71

0.00

47.55

0.00

24.72

0.00

14.38

0.00

16.83

0.00

17.11

0.00

19.92

0.00

25.48

0.00

21.47

0.00

24.14

: 1. Data for end-March 2013 are provisional.

spectively as deposits.

clude ` 0.9 billion, ` 0.63 billion,


` 0.82 billion, ` 1.06 billion,

` 51.04 billion, ` 101.27 billion, ` 148.99 billion, ` 202.91 billion and

Paid-up

Reserve

capital

funds

0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.13
0.15
0.18
0.20
0.23
0.28
0.35
0.45
0.58
0.70
0.83
1.00
1.35
1.42
2.03
3.39
3.52
3.53
3.53
4.53
7.90
10.96
10.88
10.68
10.68
10.68
10.68
10.68
10.68
11.90
11.08
10.02
10.02
10.02
19.26

0.19
0.24
0.26
0.31
0.35
0.33
0.40
0.51
0.67
0.88
1.14
1.45
1.82
2.25
2.71
3.27
3.89
4.61
5.74
9.98
10.43
12.83
13.51
12.44
9.36
9.07
5.05
4.98
4.70
4.55
4.47
4.43
8.74
21.35
26.32
36.08
40.02
45.34
47.57

Assets
Cash in hand
with Banks

Government
Securities

1. Data relate to last Friday of March.

any from December 1973.

(` Billion)

16

17

0.11
0.14
0.09
0.21
0.10
0.41
0.21
0.48
0.40
0.54
1.42
2.09
1.37
1.93
1.41
0.47
0.66
2.68
2.99
5.84
3.08
2.96
7.46
4.73
6.51
6.90
6.61
2.20
4.13
1.22
2.00
10.31
14.78
34.82
4.84
0.39
5.28
8.99
5.15

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
4.02
4.02
7.89
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.20
4.94
4.65
4.00
4.00
4.00

Capital

Reserve and

(issued

reserve fund

and
paid-up)
2

1.73

0.44

1.95

0.58

2.21

0.80

2.34

0.99

2.57

1.20

2.96

1.48

3.36

1.82

3.57

2.25

4.40

3.12

5.00

4.00

5.00

5.45

5.00

7.06

5.00

8.35

5.50

9.58

5.50

10.66

6.50

12.03

6.50

13.17

6.50

14.93

8.50

16.62

9.50

17.70

10.00

18.74

11.00

21.06

14.00

24.68

17.00

28.32

20.00

32.30

23.00

37.00

30.59

41.80

Investments

Central

Others

Government
securities
12

13

2.58

0.00

3.64

0.00

2.43

0.50

1.20

1.76

0.00

2.40

0.00

2.84

0.00

2.51

0.00

4.08

2.54

4.59

2.29

3.20

2.36

3.99

3.06

3.37

3.06

3.29

3.74

5.83

0.75

7.00

1.13

6.63

5.73

10.68

3.22

11.35

2.92

6.79

3.28

5.94

5.62

7.27

8.32

13.44

7.87

13.74

11.37

12.24

12.45

15.80

18.14

13.98

17.14

7.84

1. Data for 2013 are provisional.

, data for accounting year 1989

-87, respectively, on account

s includes ` 0.1415 billion on


cent 2022) issued to Govt. of

borrowings under CBLO

Capital

Reserves

2.50
2.50
3.00
3.00
3.50
3.50
3.50
3.50
3.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50

1.92
2.32
2.85
3.71
4.25
4.81
5.66
6.71
7.67
10.88
12.06
12.01
12.88
13.89
15.58

4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50

15.01
17.69
20.67
24.42
28.78

Assets
Cash and

Money at

bank

call and

balances

short notice

12

13

0.15
0.35
0.10
0.39
2.36
2.78
6.21
8.93
9.70
23.28
31.14
49.63
21.58
9.72
10.90
14.98
17.89
21.18
16.84
26.55

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.31
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00

No. of
Corporations

Paid-up
capital

18

0.62

18

0.72

18

0.88

18

1.06

18

1.26

18

1.48

18

1.59

18

1.71

18

1.82

18

2.17

18

2.83

18

7.26

18

8.16

18

9.29

17

10.04

17

10.24

16

10.63

15

10.43

15

10.93

18

11.57

18

12.08

18

13.58

18

14.15

18

14.80

18

15.01

18

15.18

18

15.17

18

16.53

18

15.96

18

20.39

18

26.12

18

30.21

18

32.18

18

32.83

15

28.86

Cash in Hand

Investments

and Balances

in

Cash in Hand

Government

and Balances

Securities
15

16

0.33

0.01

0.44

0.01

0.51

0.02

0.30

0.01

0.39

0.01

0.49

0.01

0.59

0.00

0.89

0.00

0.80

0.01

0.91

0.01

0.84

0.01

1.46

0.01

1.87

0.01

2.92

0.00

3.29

0.04

3.39

0.09

3.11

0.00

3.71

0.00

5.04

0.00

8.62

0.02

8.06

0.02

7.79

0.02

7.28

0.02

7.95

0.00

6.61

0.00

5.05

0.68

5.82

0.37

7.41

0.00

7.42

0.00

7.40

0.00

12.19

0.00

9.95

0.00

8.25

0.00

7.14

0.00

8.29

0.00

1. Data for 2012 are provisional.

In the same year, data on investments in

ces. In the same years, other assets includes

of India thereafter.

Paid-up

Reserve

capital

and

reserve
Rve ffunds
2

4.50

4.94

4.50

7.50

4.50

11.14

4.50

20.68

4.50

26.22

4.50

24.24

4.50

36.11

4.50

38.23

4.50

39.81

4.50

41.43

4.50

43.10

4.50

45.07

4.50

46.91

4.50

48.10

4.50

51.49

4.50

54.57

4.50

58.68

4.50

63.28

4.50

70.53
Investments

Government
securities

11
1.61
1.38
2.16
5.72
4.50
6.24
5.87
12.62
17.22
28.03
26.55
25.40
23.47
2.44
0.09
0.47
1.11
1.59
2.77

BSE Sensex

BSE 100

(Base : 1978-79 =100)

(Base : 1983-84 = 100)

-79 =100)

988-89 onwards.

e compilation of data on the

tta, Delhi, Ahmedabad and

s based on re-based index

= 100)
2

492.23

216.99

567.39

256.85

454.46

232.23

613.66

307.84

729.49

384.84

1049.53

536.99

1879.51

916.63

2895.67

1321.04

2898.69

1373.00

3974.91

1899.53

3288.68

1525.93

3469.24

1554.64

3812.86

1650.07

3294.78

1457.07

4658.63

2278.16

4269.69

2170.51

3331.95

1587.70

3206.29

1597.32

4492.19

2315.70

5740.99

3083.25

8278.55

4380.71

12277.33

6242.73

16568.89

8691.47

12365.55

6434.69

15585.21

4748.60

18605.18

5707.30

17422.88

5277.55

18202.10

5539.74

Gross fiscal

Net fiscal

deficit

deficit
2

23.02

8.65

30.29

13.64

38.02

15.72

36.80

18.13

57.10

21.26

63.92

31.33

82.99

51.10

86.66

45.91

106.27

59.73

130.30

77.70

174.16

109.72

218.58

135.44

263.42

170.36

270.44

184.31

309.23

207.70

356.32

237.22

446.32

306.92

363.25

246.22

401.73

302.32

602.57

459.94

577.03

403.13

602.43

424.32

667.33

463.94

889.37

630.62

1133.49

799.44

1047.16

899.10

1188.16

1078.54

1409.55

1230.74

1450.72

1338.29

1232.73

1155.58

1257.94

1262.52

1464.35

1457.43

1425.73

1512.45

1269.12

1207.14

3369.92

3290.24

4184.82

4114.48

3735.92

3610.26

5159.90

5141.03

5209.25

5136.60

5424.99

5330.84

1. Data for 2012-13 are Revised Estimates and data for 2013-14 are Budget Estimates.
ad hoc

e since April 1,1997.

Tax

Direct tax

revenue

34.43

7.52

39.00

8.48

50.97

11.42

60.10

14.80

65.81

16.86

70.60

17.42

85.68

18.42

85.67

19.50

93.58

18.93

115.42

25.18

130.17

27.23

154.41

31.31

176.51

33.75

211.40

36.98

243.19

40.23

280.15

41.00

337.51

60.21

383.49

60.28

429.78

69.03

500.69

101.03

540.44

120.75

534.49

125.22

674.54

184.09

819.39

222.87

937.01

253.74

956.72

271.72

1046.52

321.20

1282.71

414.36

1366.58

496.51

1335.32

477.03

1585.44

616.12

1869.82

765.90

2247.98

959.44

2702.64

1206.92

3511.82

1697.38

4395.47

2315.74

4433.19

2481.52

4565.36

2716.23

5698.69

3135.01

6297.65

3433.10

7421.15

3973.45

8840.78

4728.61

1. Data for 2012-13 are Revised Estimates and Data for 2013-14 are Budget Estimates.

Calamity Contingency Fund

eserve Bank's surplus

Market

Small

borrowings

savings

(net)
2

4.81

2.77

4.96

3.93

8.45

4.13

11.85

5.45

16.53

8.47

19.51

11.05

26.79

11.21

29.13

13.99

37.71

17.23

40.38

24.08

40.95

36.51

48.84

42.92

55.32

32.76

58.62

36.33

84.18

54.75

74.04

79.58

80.01

83.09

75.10

56.54

36.76

43.73

289.28

71.57

203.26

144.47

340.01

101.04

190.93

121.74

324.99

204.63

689.88

330.35

620.76

89.79

734.31

83.16

908.12

87.55

1041.26 888.70 509.39 1062.41

13.47

1148.01

29.84

1306.00

-113.02

2469.75

-13.02

3943.71

132.56

3263.99

112.33

4841.11

-103.02

5074.76

86.26

4840.00

57.98

ERNMENT

Revenue

Revenue
Defence

expendi-

Defence
expenditure

ture

expenditure
2

56.77

19.20

69.78

22.51

82.70

23.47

91.08

23.86

106.82

26.14

118.03

30.94

144.10

32.78

154.08

38.44

187.42

44.94

222.51

51.89

276.91

63.24

339.24

70.21

408.60

91.79

461.74

88.61

541.06

95.58

642.10

101.94

735.16

108.74

822.92

114.42

927.02

121.09

1081.69

149.78

1221.12

164.26

1398.61

188.41

1589.33

209.97

1803.35

261.74

2164.61

298.61

2490.78

352.16

2778.39

372.38

3014.68

380.59

3387.13

407.09

3620.74

432.03

3843.29

438.62

4393.76

482.11

5146.09

516.82

5944.33

542.19

7937.98

733.05

9118.09

906.69

10407.23

920.61

11457.85

1030.11

12630.72

1089.25

14361.69

1169.31

Developmental
expenditure
Developmental

ic services
Economic
Economicservices
2
273.75
329.09
354.98
365.73
415.36
542.04

3
120.21
140.14
162.75
157.22
180.22
256.02

586.45
593.13
654.79
724.64
828.03
844.27
941.97
1109.94
1372.57
1291.51
1393.86
1593.64
1841.97
1954.28
2149.55
2290.60
2557.18
3256.70
4713.99
5282.42
6660.69
7053.21
7678.31
8532.78

245.88
236.81
262.48
275.71
338.97
350.29
372.53
442.46
543.75
609.56
717.31
808.68
1038.20
1080.71
1150.30
1330.53
1427.72
1729.55
2732.22
3044.40
4043.12
4369.43
4892.82
5091.53

1. Data for 2012-13 are Revised Estimates and data for 2013-14 are Budget Estimates.

GFD

GFD

receipts

expenditure

GFD

GFD

234.66

408.82

280.35

498.93

330.83

594.25

370.37

640.81

435.91

745.14

522.96

879.28

549.54

995.86

690.69

1053.94

760.89

1162.62

754.05

1356.62

966.91

1543.94

1115.27

1717.70

1267.34

1934.68

1347.98

2237.35

1553.59

2687.07

1832.06

2879.22

1947.30

3135.46

2049.52

3459.07

2339.85

3790.57

2807.65

4040.38

3104.15

4362.09

3486.58

4950.93

4349.21

5774.94

5806.59

7075.71

5408.25

8778.17

5973.92

10158.74

8113.17

11849.08

7695.25

12855.15

8958.28

14167.52

11121.45

16546.44

evenue receipts for all

treasury bills issued net of changes in cash balances with RBI


adup
hoc
to

y bills excluding 364-day

Fixed assets

2
8.23
9.50
10.90
11.19
12.42

14.43
17.51
24.11
28.14
32.19
39.53
44.52
58.17
56.83
69.77
78.00
81.93
90.56
116.43
131.06
148.04
168.58
176.32
186.93
203.24
249.83
209.53
109.82
209.63
228.28
265.08
331.82
348.97
423.81
500.69
564.10
628.82
675.13
920.02
:

public undertakings operated by

or capital formation.

aving collections.

Agriculture

Rural

and allied

develop-

services

ment and
special
area programmes

31.05

50.15

34.05

51.36

38.51

52.09

42.16

63.75

42.63

83.97

53.50

101.45

50.82

103.75

59.84

100.12

59.29

109.48

76.98

121.69

73.65

127.94

75.77

108.97

82.48

151.54

76.55

208.19

87.76

222.69

109.63

209.69

125.54

299.51

165.73

357.57

200.83

409.16

271.17

660.79

294.98

664.90

403.70

771.01

460.37

804.39

566.69

912.11

Budget Estimates.

vironment, general services and other social

Economic Survey 2012-13.

Balance

Contribution

from

of Public

Current

Enterprise

Revenue
(including
ARM)
2

39.05

52.68

55.77

44.81

27.34

52.14

24.58

53.60

-14.54

93.04

-105.28

112.73

-90.00

132.77

-22.74

187.43

-174.22

249.54

-190.92

264.50

-128.31

344.44

-81.99

264.15

-237.92

303.38

-618.52

311.32

-814.67

313.99

-712.06

326.64

-888.30

374.03

-878.39

326.76

-748.82

323.50

-532.94

350.83

-100.30

492.72

532.20

1260.17

1358.09

1584.74

202.26

2065.01

-892.51

2266.20

624.55

2378.02

-273.86

2895.62

1171.35

3490.70

1. Data for the period from 2002-03 to 2008-09 are latest estimates, for 2009-10, 2010-11 and 2011-12 are latest/revised estimates
91-day Treasury bills, discontinued since April 1, 1997.

ad hoc

by PSUs, opening balance and

Gross Fiscal
Deficit

Gross Primary
Deficit
2
12.43
11.02
15.15
20.38
26.43
28.73
37.13
40.62
49.86
63.59
81.99
75.21
92.69
112.19
116.72

3
7.04
4.14
7.58
12.16
16.90
19.31
24.88
26.23
32.81
43.96
57.33
45.81
51.68
63.21
57.37

154.33
187.87
189.00
208.92
203.64
273.08
308.70
365.61
434.74
732.95
900.98
879.22
942.61
997.27
1206.31
1077.74
900.84
775.09
754.55
1345.89
1888.19
1614.61
2078.75
2152.66

82.47
101.32
79.56
76.81
45.64
78.95
90.31
111.75
136.75
378.54
454.58
369.37
326.65
306.99
402.35
213.53
60.60
-156.72
-243.76
316.34
760.12
366.41
685.49
598.29

Total
Total
Revenue
Revenu
Receipts
e
Receipt
s
2
64.32
79.38
90.37
99.31
116.47

136.29
162.94
184.55
211.25
240.14
274.25
334.24
382.26
440.00
504.21
565.35
664.67
805.36
910.90
1049.97
1203.03
1345.07
1500.41
1668.20
1727.87
2029.27
2325.09
2494.22
2736.74
3091.87
3635.12
4310.21
5305.56
6237.48
6946.57
7681.36
9353.47
11414.69
13309.78
:

Loans from

Recovery of

Centre (Gross)

Loans &
Advances

2
10.75

3
2.88

12.94
14.46
19.11
32.29
26.69
30.22
33.72
41.65
49.03
59.10
83.68
77.03
90.34
99.37
112.58
139.75
130.70
131.00
142.77
187.42
188.04
229.31
297.45
393.66
213.54
187.07
243.95
268.31
258.70
258.78
89.07
57.17
72.52
70.05
81.07
94.78
159.89
202.12

4.20
3.60
2.79
3.66
3.95
4.49
6.51
6.67
7.85
10.30
8.09
9.97
10.44
13.31
10.38
15.01
33.10
19.23
24.18
51.88
34.72
57.25
54.88
32.47
31.10
67.77
73.08
36.98
161.58
80.40
89.04
75.78
77.70
110.72
80.88
49.95
182.37
53.03

hich was included earlier

und (NSSF) under internal

Revenue

Expenditure
Revenu
e
Expendit
ure
2
60.37
69.67
79.40
89.11
105.11
120.81
148.08
170.75
202.38
238.03
283.49
327.70
380.57
450.88
522.28
602.17
717.76
861.86
962.05
1088.68
1270.09
1431.27
1669.19
1843.12
2172.49
2574.75
2878.25
3098.19
3308.53
3725.94
4026.70
4380.34
5056.99
5808.05
6819.85
7991.54
9322.97
11353.76
12884.11
:

us general services.

mental Expenditure includes Interest

Receipts
Receipts

mall savings which


ued to National

Expenditure
Expenditure

2
274.25
334.24
382.26
440.01
504.21
565.35
664.67
805.36
910.90
1049.97
1203.03
1345.07
1502.34
1668.20
1732.92
2029.27
2325.09
2494.22
2736.74
3091.87
3635.12
4310.30
5324.62
6307.03
6949.23
7689.49
9365.88
11416.72
13312.00

3
356.24
409.45
474.95
552.20
620.93
719.68
852.54
994.35
1119.82
1253.61
1476.11
1653.77
1867.95
2102.94
2465.87
2930.26
3204.32
3436.82
3734.00
4298.16
4712.86
5211.14
6099.71
7061.57
8295.12
9577.67
10980.50
13495.48
15464.67

Gross fiscal deficit

2
220.13
221.74
307.89
324.32
358.87
431.35
535.80
458.50
524.04
709.52
716.39
776.71
872.44
1107.43
1570.53
1848.26
1998.52
2264.25
2349.87
2345.01
2347.21
2395.60
2191.28
1991.10
4671.35
6046.68
5340.32
7280.79
7262.61
1. Data for 2011-12 are Revised Estimates and data for 2012-13 are Budget Estimates

Revenue
Receipts

390.99
452.96
540.69
631.12
709.58
826.58
980.94
1057.57
1273.89
1430.17
1548.56
1866.39
2175.27
2463.99
2637.23
2883.66
3437.09
3788.17
4001.62
4538.50
5186.11
6156.44
7070.54
8770.75
10609.29
11170.98
12105.59
15788.20
17508.02
20708.54
:

e disbursements.

Direct
2
46.27
55.63
62.36
67.48
88.25
100.05
110.24
152.07

181.31
202.98
269.66
335.63
388.91
482.74
465.91
579.58
683.06
691.97
830.85
1050.90
1328.47
1652.49
2302.49
3122.43
3338.54
3774.87
4459.94
5006.51
5702.57

:
eported in Central

Developmental
expenditure
2

329.09
354.98
365.73
415.36
542.04
586.45
593.13
654.79
724.64
828.03
844.27
941.97
1109.94
1372.57

1291.51
1393.86
1593.64
1841.97
1954.28
2149.55
2290.60
2557.18
3256.70
4713.99
5282.42
6660.69
7112.76
7767.11
:

al departments and postal

ding prepayment under debt

ayati Raj institutions.

nts to the Centre as

SF) by the Centre for

Centre
Gross

Net
2
57.64
63.51
78.21
77.25
80.44
89.89
89.19
138.85
503.88
381.08
405.09
361.52
596.37

3
51.01
53.00
70.00
72.51
74.05
80.01
75.01
84.61
285.26
200.74
267.90
263.56
404.94

939.53
996.30
1151.83
1338.01
1511.26
1476.36
1065.01
1600.18
1793.73
1882.05
3185.50
4924.97
4794.82
6003.82
6884.71
7094.83

629.03
730.77
737.87
923.02
1041.18
888.16
460.50
982.37
1112.75
1095.04
2423.17
3943.58
3263.99
4843.19
5074.73
4840.00

Central Government securities


Range
6.25
7.75
7.75
9.00
10.00
10.50
10.00
10.50
10.50
10.50
12.00
12.00
11.00
13.25
13.40
10.85
11.10
10.73

2
-9.00
-10.00
-10.50
-11.50
-11.50
-11.50
-11.50
-11.50
-11.50
-12.50
-12.75
-13.40
-12.71
-14.00
-13.85
-13.05
-12.60
-12.45

9.47
6.98
6.57
4.62
4.49
6.70
7.06
7.55
7.69
6.07
5.98
7.80
7.86

Internal

-11.70
-11.00
-8.62
-6.35
-8.24
-7.79
-8.75
-8.64
-8.81
-8.43
-8.67
-10.01
-8.82

Market
Loans

debt
Market
loans

585.37
710.39
863.12
986.46
1144.98
1331.93
1540.04
1727.50
1991.00
2457.12
2664.67
3078.69
3444.76
3889.98
4596.96
7142.54
8036.98
9130.61
10206.89
11417.06
12759.71
13897.58
15449.75
17996.51

303.60
352.41
408.32
466.95
551.15
625.20
705.20
780.23
816.93
1106.11
1309.08
1639.86
1841.01
2165.98
2855.85
3558.62
4287.93
5165.17
6191.05
7079.65
7589.95
8623.70
9728.01
11045.64

20198.41
23283.39
26671.15
32166.22
37346.02
43033.10

13381.94
17466.19
20720.33
25169.53
29843.37
34723.37

: 1. Data for 2012-13 are Revised Estimates and data for 2013-14 are Budget Estimates.
treasury bills into special securities in Year 1997-98.

ad hoc

Budget documents of the Government of India.

Market
Loans

2
43.23
51.01
61.04
72.71
87.93
107.65
130.63
156.52
190.08
224.80
261.19
312.00
370.88
436.02
508.47
614.77
754.27
867.67
1040.27
1330.66
2089.01
2433.62
2605.06
2688.28
3216.51
4236.15

5345.69
6185.18
7517.08
9259.94
:

: Data are derived from Combined Finance and Revenue Accounts of the Union and the State Governments in India and Budget documents of the

Domestic
liabilities of the
Centre

External
liabilities of the
Centre

2
1193.31
1462.47
1723.38
2040.25
2398.49
2830.33
3177.14
3596.55
4306.23
4876.82
5549.83
6214.37
7229.62
8345.52
9625.92
11025.96
12948.62
14995.89
16905.54
19335.44
21659.02
24358.80
27253.94
30361.32
33958.77
37811.35
43331.64
48671.29
54689.22

3
323.12
365.78
468.38
541.00
660.17
663.14
1096.77
1209.79
1277.98
1425.14
1483.98
1495.64
1614.18
1779.34
1867.91
1899.90
1996.39
1960.67
1841.77
1911.82
1940.70
2011.99
2100.86
2640.59
2493.06
2788.77
3228.97
3320.04
3425.64

1. Data for 2012-13 are Revised Estimates and data for 2013-14 are Budget Estimates.

ities of the centre & states

1. Budget documents of the Government of India.

MARCH)
Central Government securities
2010

2011

21569.14

22688.51

2380.66

2462.95

10878.15

11655.75

2241.94

2200.53

5033.75

5673.22

3330.80

3549.55

271.66

232.45

19.28

19.69

3758.70

4416.87

412.85

407.03

53.38

120.46

732.33

836.75

3333.79

2769.01
State Government securities

2010

2011

5169.72

6058.70

0.00

0.00

3022.09

3116.45

940.00

987.38

1817.23

1804.99

175.14

229.58

89.72

94.50

11.00

6.65

1122.36

1493.98

141.49

159.82

1.08

3.62

418.19

485.98

453.51

792.20
Central and State Government securities

2010

2011

26738.86

28747.21

2380.66

2462.95

13900.24

14772.20

3181.94

3187.91

6850.98

7478.21

3505.94

3779.13

361.38

326.95

30.28

26.34

4881.06

5910.85

554.34

566.85

54.46

124.08

1150.52

1322.73

3787.30

3561.21

30.14

46.19

3041

3041

1. The total refers to aggregate issuances of Central and State Government securities which represent the face value of interest

est-free non-negotiable

Limits of
Investment

April

(Present Status)

1992

Minimum Rs.20
for opening
#

and Maximum
Rs. 1,00,000 in a
15

15

Minimum Rs 200
and no Maximum

1,2,3

Limit
and 5
Minimum Rs 10
per month or Any
Amount in
Multiples of Rs. 5
and No Maximum
Limit

Discontinued
4

Maximum Rs 4.5
Lakh in Single
9 Lakh in Joint
Account

Discontinued
5
Discontinued
5
Minimum Rs. 100
and No Maximum
Limit

Minimum Rs
1,000 and
Maximum Rs.15
Lakh

counts - for purchase of motor vehicles or tractors,

ccounts - for purchase of motor vehicles or tractors,

nder Section 80C.

arch 1, 2001, 7 years 8 months from March 1, 2002

1. National Savings Organisation.

Savings Instruments.

Total deposits
Receipts

Outstandings
2

12.22

22.72

12.43

25.71

14.45

31.79

15.95

36.07

18.46

41.30

21.88

47.77

25.09

56.58

27.58

66.32

31.95

74.70

31.62

81.40

37.38

91.12

42.70

102.84

52.85

117.72

41.27

115.18

48.23

115.83

61.50

119.42

84.78

145.15

94.55

170.22

105.51

202.55

101.51

216.94

122.29

236.53

157.91

280.66

159.20

302.48

164.28

318.00

226.22

382.74

276.21

471.24

370.53

606.39

448.69

806.54

517.46

1050.78

702.14

1402.16

942.72

1889.07

1226.16

2516.65

1304.47

3069.86

1163.03

3321.30

1042.50

3240.77

1207.70

3186.58

1796.83

3480.26

1920.12

3741.28

1665.51

3607.22

1. Reserve Bank of India Bulletin.

Undated

Under 5 years

2.58

11.77

2.58

14.13

2.58

15.77

2.58

17.62

2.58

18.64

2.58

24.58

2.58

31.44

2.58

32.82

2.58

34.25

2.51

36.01

0.00

43.55

0.00

46.85

0.00

50.86

0.00

68.91

0.00

60.56

0.00

56.54

0.00

65.85

0.00

237.03

0.00

348.40

0.00

650.10

0.00

872.63

0.00

1020.41

0.00

1290.78

0.00

1430.41

0.00

1588.32

0.00

1641.69

0.00

1779.00

0.00

1848.10

0.00

2212.28

0.00

2455.01

0.00

2751.58

0.00

4169.78

0.00

4031.78

0.00

4591.59

0.00

6244.73

0.00

5388.16

0.00

5568.87

0.00

9481.75

Includes floating rate bond and market loans taken by Government of India but excludes special security and

Oil
2
17.2
21.7
20.8
18.3
17.2
23.3
31.5
246.3
1278.0
1535.8
1529.4
527.0
321.8
500.4
348.7
418.4
522.7
414.7
476.2
397.8
416.9
453.7
481.8
352.8
89.4
38.9
1869.7
2119.1
2576.5
3568.4
6989.3
11639.6
18634.6
28363.1
27547.0
28192.0

41480.0
56038.5
60290.7
:

Exports
Oil

Non-Oil
2

0.14

33.15

0.19

40.17

0.19

51.24

0.16

53.92

0.14

57.12

0.19

64.00

0.25

66.86

2.21

75.85

12.35

75.68

15.88

81.83

18.18

99.26

6.45

102.50

4.11

120.41

6.49

150.25

5.05

197.27

6.97

269.62

9.38

316.20

10.22

430.20

13.79

523.09

12.48

685.04

13.09

813.65

15.18

1048.36

17.10

1171.07

13.11

1287.90

3.76

1393.77

1.69

1593.93

85.42

1950.29

101.07

1989.11

124.69

2426.68

163.97

2769.69

314.04

3439.35

515.33

4048.85

845.20

4872.59

1141.92

5416.72

1233.98

7173.57

1328.99

7126.35

1887.79

9541.43

2679.15

11980.45

3276.79

13075.82
: Data for 2011-12 are revised and for 2012-13 are provisional.

1997-98

1998-99
2

7687.3

6927.9

6626.2

6034.5

504.9

538.4

456.4

410.7

907.0

1492.9

0.1

0.3

221.1

49.2

288.0

181.1

378.6

387.8

379.3

388.0

924.3

461.5

158.7

128.4

173.5

169.5

1207.3

1038.4

68.6

5.8

217.5

187.3

740.9

595.0

1061.1

893.4

476.2

384.0

10.8

10.3

574.1

499.1

26546.6

25791.5

1656.7

1660.7

4396.3

4009.2

2821.8

2654.6

514.3

471.7

712.0

631.3

348.1

251.6

5336.2

4463.9

874.7

579.1

1023.2

1040.0

1195.7

1154.8

929.1

761.8

759.6

502.8

554.0

425.5

9050.4

8866.3

3264.3

2771.9

176.4

178.2

804.9

700.0

17.9

19.6

109.7

74.6

3876.2

4364.9

186.8

138.2

68.6

75.2

545.6

543.5

410.6

409.3

105.5

102.4

29.5

31.9

5345.5

5929.3

525.9

633.1

235.6

228.9

352.8

89.4

419.8

410.0

35006.4

33218.7

2005-06
10
16377.4
10213.8
390.9
358.8
1405.2
125.9
656.0
300.6
585.8
477.9
1101.1
481.9
11. Processed Fruits, Juices, Miscellaneous Processed Items

359.0
1589.2
135.0
621.2
1625.3
6163.6
3801.1
17.4
2345.1
72562.8
2697.7
14769.5
9127.1
2819.3
2105.2
717.9
21718.8
3548.3
4233.2
5077.5
4323.0
2173.1
2363.7

16402.1
3944.8
2. Natural Silk Yarn, Fabrics, Madeups, etc.,incl. Silk Waste

432.6
1957.8
81.8
85.3
8617.7
296.3
133.3
852.6
829.2
0
23.3
15529.1
462.0
983.7
11639.6
2510.7
103090.5

: Data for 2012-13 are provisional and data for 2011-12 are revised.

1997-98

1998-99
2

285.70

291.46

246.26

253.87

18.76

22.65

16.96

17.28

33.71

62.81

0.00

0.01

8.22

2.07

10.70

7.62

14.07

16.32

14.10

16.33

34.35

19.42

5.90

5.40

6.45

7.13

44.87

43.69

2.55

0.24

8.08

7.88

27.53

25.03

39.43

37.59

17.70

16.16

0.40

0.43

21.34

21.00

986.60

1085.06

61.57

69.87

163.39

168.67

104.87

111.68

19.12

19.84

26.46

26.56

12.94

10.59

198.32

187.80

32.51

24.36

38.03

43.75

44.44

48.59

34.53

32.05

28.23

21.15

20.59

17.90

336.36

373.01

121.32

116.62

6.56

7.50

29.91

29.45

0.67

0.83

4.08

3.14

144.06

183.64

6.94

5.82

2.55

3.17

20.28

22.87

15.26

17.22

3.92

4.31

1.10

1.34

198.67

249.45

19.54

26.64

8.76

9.63

13.11

3.76

15.60

17.25

1301.01

1397.53

2005-06
10
725.08
452.20
17.31
15.89
62.21
5.58
29.04
13.31
25.93
21.16
48.75
21.34

15.89
70.36
5.98
27.50
71.96
272.88
168.29
0.77
103.83
3212.61
119.44
653.90
404.09
124.82
93.20
31.78
961.57
157.10
187.42
224.80
191.39
96.21
104.65
726.18
174.65
2. Natural Silk Yarn, Fabrics, Madeups, etc.,incl. Silk Waste

19.15
86.68
3.62
3.78
381.54
13.12
5.90
37.75
36.71
0.00
1.03
687.53
20.45
43.55
515.33
111.16
4564.18

: Data for 2012-13 are provisional and data for 2011-12 are revised.

Commodity / Year

1997-98
2

Bulk Imports

14790.1

A. Petroleum, Crude and Products

8164.0

B. Bulk Consumption Goods

1483.4

1. Cereals and Cereal Preparations

291.5

2. Edible Oils

743.9

3. Pulses

321.4

4. Sugar

126.5

C. Other Bulk Items

5142.8

1. Fertilisers

1116.6

a) Crude

178.2

b) Sulphur and Unroasted Iron Pyrites

94.3

c) Manufactured

844.1

2. Non-Ferrous Metals

920.3

3. Paper, Paper Boards, Manufactures including News Prints

502.1

4. Crude Rubber, including Synthetic and Reclaimed

160.4

5. Pulp and Waste Paper

283.9

6. Metalliferrous Ores, Metal Scrap, etc.

738.4

7. Iron and Steel

1421.1

II. Non-Bulk Imports

26694.4

A. Capital Goods

9796.1

1. Manufactures of Metals

325.3

2. Machine Tools

422.2

3. Machinery except Electrical and Electronic

3621.9

4. Electrical Machinery except Electronic

378.2

5. Electronic Goods

2087.8

6. Computer Goods

170.1

7. Transport Equipment

1051.3

8. Project Goods

1739.4

B. Mainly Export Related Items

6913.3

1. Pearls, Precious and Semi-Precious Stones

3342.1

2. Organic and Inorganic Chemicals

2956.1

3. Textile Yarn, Fabrics, Made-Ups, etc.

408.6

4. Cashew Nuts

206.4

C. Others

9984.9

1. Gold and Silver

3169.3

a) Gold

b) Silver

2. Artificial Resins and Plastic Materials, etc.

692.6

3. Professional, Scientific Controlling


745.7
Instruments, Photographic Optical Goods
4. Coal, Coke and Briquittes, etc.

1192.5

5. Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Products

389.4

6. Chemical Materials and Products

298.8

7. Non-Metallic Mineral Manufactures


8. Others
Total Imports

138.5
3358.1
41484.5

Commodity / Year

2005-06
10

Bulk Imports

61086.1

A. Petroleum, Crude and Products

43963.1

B. Bulk Consumption Goods


1. Cereals and Cereal Preparations
2. Edible Oils

2766.6
36.1
2024.0

3. Pulses

559.3

4. Sugar

147.2

C. Other Bulk Items


1. Fertilisers
a) Crude
b) Sulphur and Unroasted Iron Pyrites

14356.5
2127.0
317.8
136.0

c) Manufactured

1673.3

2. Non-Ferrous Metals

1844.4

3. Paper, Paper Boards, Manufactures including News Prints

944.1

4. Crude Rubber, including Synthetic and Reclaimed

414.1

5. Pulp and Waste Paper

572.9

6. Metalliferrous Ores, Metal Scrap, etc.

3881.8

7. Iron and Steel

4572.2

Non-Bulk Imports

88079.6

A. Capital Goods

37666.2

1. Manufactures of Metals
2. Machine Tools
3. Machinery except Electrical and Electronic
4. Electrical Machinery except Electronic
5. Electronic Goods
6. Computer Goods
7. Transport Equipment
8. Project Goods
B. Mainly Export Related Items

1211.1
1076.2
10009.8
1504.3
13241.7
901.9
8838.5
882.7
18641.0

1. Pearls, Precious and Semi-Precious Stones

9134.4

2. Organic and Inorganic Chemicals

6984.1

3. Textile Yarn, Fabrics, Made-Ups, etc.

2050.5

4. Cashew Nuts

471.9

C. Others

31772.4

1. Gold and Silver

11317.7

a) Gold

10830.5

b) Silver

487.2

2. Artificial Resins and Plastic Materials, etc.

2267.7

3. Professional, Scientific Controlling

1972.7

Instruments, Photographic Optical Goods


4. Coal, Coke and Briquittes, etc.

3868.7

5. Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Products

1027.9

6. Chemical Materials and Products

1052.5

7. Non-Metallic Mineral Manufactures


8. Others
Total Imports
: Data for 2011-12 are revised and data for 2012-13 are provisional.

621.9
9643.2
149166.0

2005-06

2006-07
2

2704.50

3820.60

1946.40

2585.72

122.49

194.31

1.60

59.96

89.61

95.40

24.76

38.92

6.52

0.04

635.61

1040.58

94.17

142.27

14.07

16.34

6.02

4.95

74.08

120.98

81.66

117.87

41.80

54.61

18.33

28.54

25.37

28.93

171.86

377.65

202.43

290.71

3899.59

4584.46

1667.62

2129.86

53.62

72.56

47.65

67.03

443.17

626.72

66.60

88.68

586.26

722.75

39.93

43.76

391.31

427.09

39.08

81.27

825.30

808.69

404.41

338.81

309.21

354.33

90.78

97.34

20.90

18.21

1406.68

1645.91

501.08

662.72

479.51

654.40

21.57

8.33

100.40

116.96

87.34

105.93

171.28

207.10

45.51

58.66

46.60

59.80

27.54

35.30

426.94

399.44

6604.09

8405.06

: 1. Data for 2011-12 are revised and data for 2012-13 are provisional.

s', 'Machinery, other than electric and electrical

(US $ million)
1998-99
2

26.4

24.4

13.0

4.1

23.4

13.1

14.1

12.6

17.8

12.0

18.2

17.5

197.9

161.9

47.1

40.4

52.6

41.5

19.7

20.9

108.2

63.4

538.4

411.9

21.6

16.4

61.5

52.8

64.5

44.9

3.3

6.4

13.8

8.0

59.2

56.7

18.8

19.0

4.4

4.8

3.6

4.5

33.0

21.3

127.0

96.3

410.7

331.1

535.0

84.5

6.7

7.9

23.8

32.6

362.0

293.0

6.3

7.0

128.5

37.1

36.9

34.5

40.0

40.1

5.1

16.8

10.1

13.1

338.6

154.8

1492.9

721.4

21.2

22.2

6.6

17.9

3.3

7.5

25.5

47.3

9.0

8.2

4.0

7.0

14.4

9.0

19.7

28.1

8.4

14.1

2.2

4.6

66.8

67.1

181.1

232.8

4.3

10.9

17.5

16.7

19.4

19.1

6.2

8.2

17.4

11.4

3.8

8.4

5.5

11.3

18.2

17.0

25.4

25.2

123.2

134.2

147.0

145.5

388.0

407.9

2.4

9.2

10.8

10.8

6.3

7.1

4.6

5.7

25.7

29.8

72.0

108.8

5.9

6.7

15.3

19.5

28.4

44.8

171.3

271.7

45.1

53.7

387.8

567.9

1.8

7.1

51.8

50.7

43.2

40.0

53.5

45.6

24.5

19.8

2.8

5.4

41.4

33.5

8.8

9.5

30.7

28.1

20.0

29.8

183.0

108.5

461.5

378.0

51.5

87.7

7.4

10.8

14.9

18.3

20.5

23.3

488.3

491.0

32.5

40.0

24.5

23.5

84.0

63.3

33.5

46.0

148.5

180.6

132.8

198.2

1038.4

1182.6

7.9

1.5

2.3

87.8

81.3

27.9

27.3

15.3

25.0

184.9

96.0

13.3

15.2

6.2

1.6

0.7

2.5

39.9

18.6

384.0

271.2

77.4

82.6

369.2

293.0

54.0

54.5

199.6

165.1

50.2

44.1

29.8

24.4

24.4

26.7

70.1

66.5

235.5

262.9

255.9

258.0

294.7

312.5

1660.7

1590.2

1998-99

1999-00
2

827.8

855.5

1235.8

1814.8

216.6

342.3

344.1

449.4

56.9

117.9

104.8

131.9

122.7

171.5

246.6

259.0

146.2

133.5

2292.2

2923.0

335.6

303.6

5929.3

7502.3

49.1

70.7

76.2

99.3

189.5

184.1

130.2

128.1

88.5

105.4

118.1

155.1

69.6

143.2

114.6

156.4

118.2

132.1

341.0

339.9

1611.2

1894.8

2906.2

3409.0

125.7

134.3

224.8

209.6

119.5

175.5

119.2

149.4

73.5

155.8

168.7

223.5

163.6

166.7

313.2

366.0

291.2

336.0

771.0

932.0

2093.7

2303.3

4463.9

5152.1

123.4

157.0

136.6

128.9

210.4

170.0

151.6

129.4

79.3

104.1

84.0

189.8

86.8

91.2

91.6

98.2

193.2

194.2

383.9

447.8

1231.0

1379.1

2771.9

3089.6

177.1

203.5

312.1

341.2

393.4

319.4

126.9

138.4

72.7

76.4

144.0

147.5

139.4

245.6

404.1

490.2

291.8

346.9

1426.4

1478.6

877.0

977.4

4364.9

4765.1

4.5

4.8

22.4

24.7

4.6

5.2

4.0

3.9

2.9

2.5

6.0

6.5

5.6

5.2

10.5

5.7

14.0

10.4

26.3

25.6

37.5

31.3

138.2

125.7

9.2

11.0

10.6

11.8

17.2

19.2

119.0

155.5

12.9

10.5

15.3

17.1

7.3

9.6

12.3

13.9

23.3

26.2

241.9

289.4

74.5

81.1

543.5

645.1

1998-99

1999-00
2

1.11

1.06

0.55

0.18

0.99

0.57

0.59

0.55

0.75

0.52

0.77

0.76

8.33

7.02

1.98

1.75

2.21

1.80

0.83

0.91

4.55

2.75

22.65

17.85

0.91

0.71

2.59

2.29

2.71

1.95

0.14

0.28

0.58

0.35

2.49

2.46

0.79

0.82

0.19

0.21

0.15

0.20

1.39

0.92

5.34

4.17

17.28

14.35

22.51

3.66

0.28

0.34

1.00

1.41

15.23

12.70

0.26

0.30

5.41

1.61

1.55

1.49

1.68

1.74

0.21

0.73

0.42

0.57

14.24

6.71

62.81

31.26

0.89

0.96

0.28

0.77

0.14

0.32

1.07

2.05

0.38

0.35

0.17

0.30

0.60

0.39

0.83

1.22

0.35

0.61

0.09

0.20

2.81

2.91

7.62

10.09

0.18

0.47

0.74

0.72

0.82

0.83

0.26

0.36

0.73

0.50

0.16

0.36

0.23

0.49

0.77

0.74

1.07

1.09

5.18

5.81

6.19

6.31

16.33

17.67

0.10

0.40

0.46

0.47

0.26

0.31

0.19

0.25

1.08

1.29

3.03

4.72

0.25

0.29

0.64

0.85

1998-99 1999-00

1.20

1.94

7.21

11.77

1.90

2.33

16.32

24.61

0.08

0.31

2.18

2.20

1.82

1.73

2.25

1.98

1.03

0.86

0.12

0.23

1.74

1.45

0.37

0.41

1.29

1.22

0.84

1.29

7.70

4.70

19.42

16.38

2.17

3.80

0.31

0.47

0.63

0.79

0.86

1.01

20.54

21.28

1.37

1.73

1.03

1.02

3.53

2.74

1.41

1.99

6.25

7.83

5.59

8.59

43.69

51.25

0.33

0.06

0.00

0.10

3.69

3.52

1.17

1.18

0.64

1.08

7.78

4.16

0.56

0.66

0.26

0.07

0.00

0.00

0.03

0.11

1.68

0.81

16.16

11.75

3.26

3.58

15.53

12.70

2.27

2.36

8.40

7.16

2.11

1.91

1.25

1.06

1.03

1.16

2.95

2.88

9.91

11.39

10.77

11.18

12.40

13.54

69.87

68.91

1998-99
2
34.83
51.99
9.11
14.48
2.39
4.41
5.16
10.38
6.15
96.43
14.12
249.45
2.07
of

3.21
7.97
5.48
3.72
4.97
2.93
4.82
4.97
14.35
67.79
122.27
5.29
9.46
5.03
5.01
3.09
7.10
6.88
13.18
12.25
32.44
88.08
187.80

Cotton Yarn, Fabrics, Madeups, etc.


5.19
5.75
8.85
6.38
3.34
3.53

3.65
3.85
8.13
16.15
51.79
116.62
7.45
13.13
16.55
5.34
3.06
6.06
5.87
17.00
12.28
60.01
36.90
183.64

1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-052011-12


2005-062012-13
2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11
2

0.19

0.21

0.94

1.07

0.19

0.23

0.17

0.17

0.12

0.11

0.25

0.28

0.23

0.23

0.44

0.25

0.59

0.45

1.11

1.11

1.58

1.36

5.82

5.45

0.39

0.48

0.45

0.51

0.72

0.83

5.01

6.74

0.54

0.45

0.64

0.74

0.31

0.42

0.52

0.60

0.98

1.14

10.18

12.54

3.14

3.51

22.87

27.95

: Data for 2011-12 are revised and for 2012-13 are provisional.

2008-09
Export
2
OECD countries

68452.3
38965.3

of which:
1. Belgium

4415.7

2. France

2995.4

3.Germany

6347.6

4. Italy

3775.5

5. Netherlands

6281.3

6. U.K.
B. North America
1. Canada
2. U.S.A
C. Asia and Oceania

6597.6
22330.5
1358.2
20972.3
4618.3

of which:
1. Australia

1429.9

2. Japan

3002.1

D. Other OECD countries

2538.2

of which:
1. Switzerland

766.5

OPEC
38872.8
of which:
1. Indonesia

2517.3

2. Iran

2514.5

3. Iraq

430.8

4. Kuwait
5. Saudi Arabia
6. U.A.E.
Eastern Europe

788.9
4987.7
23966.3
2012.6

of which
1. Romania
2. Russia

1078.0

IV. Developing countries


68545.9
of which
51252.8
a) SAARC

8440.5

1. Afghanistan

396.5

2. Bangladesh

2460.9

3. Bhutan

110.6

4. Maldives

128.3

5. Nepal

1555.4

6. Pakistan

1420.3

7. Sri Lanka

2368.5

b) Other Asian developing countries

42812.3

of which

9275.6

1. China People's Republic of


2. Hong Kong

6607.6

3. South Korea

3990.5

4. Malaysia

3431.0

5. Singapore

8209.2

6. Thailand

1896.8
11576.1

of which
203.7
1. Benin
2. Egypt, Arab Republic of

1651.3

3. Kenya

1335.2

4. South Africa

1955.6

5. Sudan

482.2

6. Tanzania

1028.3

7. Zambia

106.7

C. Latin American countries

5717.0

V. Others / unspecified

7411.4

Total Trade

185295.0
: Data for 2011-12 are revised and for 2012-13 are provisional.

2008-09
Export

Import
2

3148.35

4433.16

1792.14

1944.35

203.09

260.58

137.77

211.65

291.95

549.22

173.65

199.84

288.90

86.70

303.45

267.68

1027.05

961.15

62.47

112.97

964.58

848.18

212.41

882.80

65.76

504.97

138.08

358.33

116.74

644.85

35.25

527.03

1787.89

4483.79

115.78

307.51

115.65

558.22

19.81

342.85

36.28

432.00

229.40

897.47

1102.29

1059.26

92.56

304.10

49.58

197.87

3152.65

4454.84

2357.29

3618.74

388.21

82.65

18.23

5.93

113.19

14.19

5.09

6.88

5.90

0.18

71.54

22.56

65.33

16.68

108.94

16.24

1969.08

3536.09

426.61

1476.06

303.91

297.33

183.54

396.58

157.80

325.92

377.57

345.61

87.24

123.53

532.42

574.02

9.37

4.91

75.95

97.65

61.41

3.76

89.94

248.82

22.18

18.40

47.30

9.18

4.91

9.92

262.95

262.09

226.10

68.47

8407.55

13744.36

Unit value index


Exports

Imports
2

e index of exports.

as a percentage.

83.9

99.1

89.4

96.3

100.3

88.0

100.0

100.0

105.4

114.1

108.5

134.2

124.1

133.1

132.0

136.3

151.0

125.8

169.8

161.7

170.8

158.8

179.4

139.4

195.4

160.0

232.2

185.5

276.6

228.4

292.5

267.7

369.5

309.1

421.5

331.0

474.1

327.2

494.6

324.6

484.2

351.0

504.7

399.8

589.4

404.2

611.7

407.8

604.0

450.0

624.0

487.0

618.0

493.0

620.0

546.0

672.0

545.0

732.0

663.0

798.0

592.0

863.0

608.0

939.0

575.0

100.0

100.0

102.0

109.0

103.0

112.0

106.0

128.0

114.0

132.0

131.0

157.0

139.0

179.0

158.0

206.0

166.0

210.0

194.0

239.0

196.0

215.0

223.0

243.0

268.0

425.0

284.0

459.0

2004-05
Q

133

121

184

126

112

113

223

131

156

139

112

118

178

113

95

117

84

106

69

109

98

106

93

97

168

118

119

111

110

112

318

140

243

133

405

133

213

105

620

183

472

271

122

111

3489

221

164

171

229

154

183

161

332

107

205

107

100

137

96

137

220

117

180

127

168

97

282

93

523

143

202

104

204

164

2004-05
Q

153

130

129

124

149

103

131

100

92

104

246

97

194

117

97

130

134

121

289

173

162

131

258

126

302

115

399

99

337

110

277

123

239

108

294

101

237

118

258

135

345

96

146

131

147

110

120

116

118

132

246

155

229

195

204

122

179

131

U : Unit value index

2004-05
Q

127

129

24

128

10

96

229

110

133

121

286

96

245

91

338

101

537

114

518

112

699

105

159

131

226

131

203

101

180

111

117

109

118

126

157

107

182

161

167

202

258

141

125

204

175

190

119

211

154

203

148

193

68

153

584

119

85

159

85

158

127

143

137

167

110

127

224

100

164

111

59

156

176

120

137

127

120

125

2004-05
Q

133

152

139

121

272

112

218

116

113

158

212

148

130

134

148

136

229

108

229

127

103

135

252

131

206

122

303

104

210

107

220

101

218

97

621

164

238

106

173

155

148

113

211

110

393

137

159

153

186

119

141

120

185

149

182

153

150

157

U : Unit value index

Credit
2
166163
148875
90342
11349
10014
1639
330
67010
Software services

40300

Business services

16772

Financial services

3217

Communication services

2408
44261
753
43509
14272
13811

ii) Compensation of employees

460
315037

271121
37322
34844
26866
7680
300
2477
2477
0
0
233800
233564
FIIs

226621

GDRs/ADRs

6645
236
82192
4240
24
4217
30293
1592
28701
47658

i) Suppliers' Credit >180 days & Buyers' Credit

42641

ii) Suppliers' credit up to 180 days

5017
55814
55736
19562
36172

Non-Resident Deposits

29401
79
0
29230
438357
1317
754709
0
0

ii) Foreign exchange reserves (Increase- / Decrease+)

0
0

Credit
2
256159
190488
124636

15793
14246
1945
535
92117
Software services

53100

Business services

24050

Financial services

6508

Communication services

1562
56265
647
55618
9587
8471

ii) Compensation of employees

1116
446647
292561

a) Foreign direct investment (i+ii)

38609
36047
22250
13102
695
2562
2562
0
0
253952
253175

FIIs
GDRs/ADRs

251125
2049
777
108781
7882
76
7806
24123
1840
22283
76776

i) Suppliers' Credit >180 days & Buyers' Credit


ii) Suppliers' credit up to 180 days

72086
4690
92323
90621
35369
55252

Non-Resident Deposits

49252
1702
0
9995
503660
0
949212
0
0

ii) Foreign exchange reserves (Increase- / Decrease+)

0
-

1. Data for 2012-13 are preliminary estimates and for 2011-12 are partially revised.

Credit
2
6680
5981
3630
455
402
66
13
2694
Software services

1620

Business services

674

Financial services

129

Communication services

97
1777
30
1747
573

i) Investment income
ii) Compensation of employees

555
18
12661

1. Foreign investment (a+b)


a) Foreign direct investment (i+ii)

10865
1499
1399
1077

Reinvested earnings

309
12
100
100

Reinvested earnings

0
0
9366
9357

FIIs
GDRs/ADRs

9079
266
9
3303
170
1

169
b) Commercial borrowings

1219
64
1155
1914

i) Suppliers' Credit >180 days & Buyers' Credit

1712

ii) Suppliers' credit up to 180 days

202
2240
2237
784
1453

Non-resident deposits

1181
3
0
1171
17579
52
30293
0
0

ii) Foreign exchange reserves (Increase- / Decrease+)

of which: SDR Allocation

Credit
11
11657
8672
5673
719
649
89
24
4193
Software services

2417

Business services

1095

Financial services

297

Communication services

71
2563
29
2533
437
386

ii) Compensation of employees

51
20329

1. Foreign investment (a+b)

13302

a) Foreign direct investment (i+ii)

1759
1643
1014

Reinvested earnings

597
32
116
116

Reinvested earnings

0
0
11543
11508

FIIs

11414

GDRs/ADRs

94
35
4954
359
3
355

b) Commercial borrowings

1098
84
1015
3497

i) Suppliers' Credit >180 days & Buyers' Credit

3284

ii) Suppliers' credit up to 180 days

214
4193
4116
1599
2516

Non-resident deposits

2243
77
0
452
22900
-49
43180

E. Monetary movements (i+ii)

0
0

ii) Foreign exchange reserves (Increase- / Decrease+)

of which: SDR Allocation

: 1. Data for 2012-13 are preliminary estimates and for 2011-12 are partially revised.

1983-84

1984-85
2

9861

10061

16575

15715

-6714

-5654

3499

3238

-3216

-2417

2655
-

3147
-

1148

1184

761
-

934
-

688

740

58

289

-561

730

561

-730

-750

-779

1310
-

49
-

1993-94

1994-95
12

13

22683

26855

26739

35904

-4056

-9049

2897

5680

-1159

-3369

9694

9156

4233

4922

1901

1526

608

1030

-1054

-983

1207

172

2800

2489

8535

5787

-8535

-5787

-8723

-4644

188
-

-1143
-

2003-04

2004-05
22

23

66285

85206

80003

118908

-13718

-33702

27801

31232

14083

-2470

17338

28629

15678

15298

-2754

2027

-2928

5426

-376

-417

3642

-964

4076

7259

31421

26159

-31421

-26159

-31421

-26159

1983-84

1984-85
2

101.69

119.59

170.93

186.80

-69.25

-67.21

36.10

38.50

-33.16

-28.73

27.38

37.40

11.83

14.07

7.85
-

11.10
-

7.09

8.79

0.59

3.42

-5.78

8.67

5.78

-8.67

-7.73

-9.26

13.51

0.59

1993-94

1994-95
12

13

711.47

843.29

838.70

1127.48

-127.23

-284.19

90.89

178.36

-36.34

-105.83

304.15

287.43

132.82

154.50

59.63

47.99

19.04

32.39

-33.02

-30.90

37.80

5.39

87.86

78.11

267.81

181.60

-267.81

-181.60

-273.68

-145.75

5.87

-35.85

0
2003-04

0
2004-05

22

23

3039.15

3817.85

3673.01

5335.50

-633.86

-1517.65

1273.69

1395.91

639.83

-121.74

800.10

1280.81

717.28

683.66

-125.53

89.93

-132.74

241.49

-17.56

-18.58

168.69

-44.39

189.96

328.70

1439.93

1159.07

-1439.93

-1159.07

-1439.93

-1159.07

1. Data for 2012-13 are preliminary estimates and data for 2011-12 are partially revised.

1993-94
2
I. Non-factor Services, Net (i to v)

534

Receipts

5264

Payments

4730

i) Travel, Net

1725

Receipts

2222

Payments

497

ii) Transportation, Net

-332

Receipts

1433

Payments

1765

iii) Insurance, Net

-72

Receipts

124

Payments
iv) G.n.i.e., Net

196
-123

Receipts

30

Payments

153

v) Miscellaneous, Net

-664

Receipts

1455

Payments

2119

II. Income, Net

-3270

Receipts

395

Payments

3665

i) Investment income, Net


Receipts

-3270
395

Payments

3665

ii) Compensation of Employees, Net

Receipts

Payments

III. Private Transfers, Net

5264

Receipts

5286

Payments

22

IV. Official Transfers, Net

369

Receipts

374

Payments

V. Invisibles, Net (I to IV)

2897

Receipts

11319

Payments

8422
2003-04
12

I. Non-factor Services, Net (i to v)

10144

Receipts

26868

Payments

16724

i) Travel, Net

1435

Receipts

5037

Payments

3602

ii) Transportation, Net

879

Receipts

3207

Payments

2328

iii) Insurance, Net

56

Receipts

419

Payments

363

iv) G.n.i.e., Net


Receipts
Payments
v) Miscellaneous, Net

28
240
212
7746

Receipts

17965

Payments

10219

II. Income, Net

-4505

Receipts
Payments
i) Investment income, Net

3904
8409
-3757

Receipts

3774

Payments

7531

ii) Compensation of Employees, Net

-748

Receipts
Payments

130
878

III. Private Transfers, Net

21608

Receipts

22182

Payments

574

IV. Official Transfers, Net

554

Receipts

554

Payments

V. Invisibles, Net (I to IV)

27801

Receipts

53508

Payments

25707

G.n.i.e. : Government not included elsewhere


:

1. Data for 2012-13 are preliminary estimates and 2011-12 are partially revised.

1993-94
2
I. Non-factor Services, Net (i to v)

16.77

Receipts

165.10

Payments

148.33

i) Travel, Net

54.12

Receipts

69.71

Payments

15.59

ii) Transportation, Net

-10.43

Receipts

44.94

Payments

55.37

iii) Insurance, Net

-2.23

Receipts

3.88

Payments

6.11

iv) G.n.i.e., Net

-3.87

Receipts

0.94

Payments

4.81

v) Miscellaneous, Net

-20.82

Receipts

45.63

Payments

66.45

II. Income, Net

-102.58

Receipts

12.38

Payments

114.96

i) Investment Income, Net

-102.58

Receipts

12.38

Payments

114.96

ii) Compensation of Employees, Net

Receipts

Payments

III. Private Transfers, Net

165.14

Receipts

165.82

Payments

0.68

IV. Official Transfers, Net

11.56

Receipts

11.71

Payments

0.15

V. Invisibles, Net (I to IV)

90.89

Receipts

355.01

Payments

264.12
2003-04
12

I. Non-factor Services, Net (i to v)

463.81

Receipts

1231.75

Payments

767.94

i) Travel, Net

65.20

Receipts

230.54

Payments

165.34

ii) Transportation, Net

40.26

Receipts

147.14

Payments

106.88

iii) Insurance, Net

2.50

Receipts

19.22

Payments

16.72

iv) G.n.i.e., Net

1.29

Receipts

11.05

Payments

9.76

v) Miscellaneous, Net

354.56

Receipts

823.80

Payments

469.24

II. Income, Net

-207.08

Receipts

179.09

Payments

386.17

i) Investment Income, Net

-172.72

Receipts

173.14

Payments

345.86

ii) Compensation of Employees, Net

-34.36

Receipts

5.95

Payments

40.31

III. Private Transfers, Net

991.65

Receipts

1017.98

Payments

26.33

IV. Official Transfers, Net

25.31

Receipts

25.31

Payments

V. Invisibles, Net (I to IV)

1273.69

Receipts

2454.13

Payments

1180.44

G.n.i.e. : Government not included elsewhere.


:

1. Data for 2012-13 are preliminary estimates and 2011-12 are partially revised.

SDR

US Dollar
2

9.759

8.0375

9.7043

8.4058

10.4016

9.0017

10.2279

8.7625

10.2782

8.2133

10.5284

8.1467

10.2611

7.88

10.2418

8.6926

10.4766

9.4924

10.831

10.1379

11.6482

11.3683

12.5625

12.364

14.8083

12.6053

16.7617

12.9552

18.6994

13.9147

20.7906

16.2238

23.7922

17.4992

31.095

22.689

36.5094

25.9206

42.6318

31.4439

44.9296

31.3742

49.1803

32.4198

51.435

35.428

49.9584

36.3195

56.0329

41.2665

58.8799

43.0552

59.2475

44.9401

60.0782

47.1857

62.9532

48.5993

65.2192

46.5818

67.1053

45.3165

65.1404

44.1

66.6775

45.307

63.2756

41.3485

68.6477

43.5049

74.588

48.4049

69.7509

45.7262

73.6424

46.6723

81.7876

53.4368

SDR
Average

End-year
2
9.6233
10.3642
10.35
10.1605
10.4315
10.4935
10.1777
10.3354
10.5628
10.9405
11.9328
12.9232

3
9.723
10.375
10.206
10.43
10.488
10.251
10.062
10.403
10.754
11.394
12.321
13.986

15.4472
17.1208
19.2619
21.3684
24.8431
33.4325
37.1415
43.8863
45.7908
50.4768
50.8858
50.6735
57.5129
58.9335
59.5459
60.215
64.1257
65.6876
66.9282
64.4898
67.2538
62.6506
71.277
73.7333
69.7228
75.3132
83.0262

16.621
17.97
20.208
22.409
26.414
35.5143
43.6511
44.3133
49.1558
50.1633
49.8032
52.7677
57.6132
58.7505
58.7969
60.8446
65.255
64.2393
66.0987
64.2566
65.8289
65.7307
76.1742
68.5335
70.793
79.2512
81.4764

ND NOMINAL EFFECTIVE
al Weights)

Export-based Weights
NEER

REER
2

3
(Base : 1993-94 = 100)

100.16
103.70
102.83
97.75
102.42
96.51
94.74
97.85
98.86

99.62
99.27
93.71
88.26
91.55
90.37
90.36
90.46
89.27

96.49
98.13
98.20

87.60
87.71
87.84
(Base : 2004-05 = 100)

102.48
100.86
107.37
101.64
94.36
104.74
105.62
98.22

101.97
98.61
104.39
97.42
90.56
94.80
91.09
81.52

ies (Base : 1993-94 = 100).

details regarding the new

MINAL EFFECTIVE

Export-based Weights
NEER

REER
2

3
(Base : 1993-94 = 100)

100.14
105.10
100.31
98.76
103.26
94.23
95.06
98.64
98.68
95.94
98.98
98.24

99.97
98.48
91.04
88.86
92.11
90.12
90.31
90.13
89.11
87.04
87.86
88.34
(Base : 2004-05 = 100)

102.72
100.93
108.57
98.16
96.67
106.08
104.06
97.42
1. Data for 2011-12 and 2012-13 are provisional.

s (Base : 1993-94 = 100).

102.21
98.00
105.61
94.00
91.42
94.74
89.13
80.05

on Methodology on the

Authorisation
Loans

Grants
2

3709

396

4362

256

4484

336

6327

819

8877

148

6070

433

4236

291

4766

364

4276

331

3718

773

3958

344

3250

399

4000

826

4007

566

1979

50

4091

604

3769

206

4439

711

4115

254

3223

571

3961

663

2542

356

6557

801

7145

1070

6268

322

10873

215

8041

337

11668

215

8048

242

Authorisation
Loans

Grants
2

44.09

4.71

53.37

3.13

57.30

4.30

82.03

10.62

128.56

2.14

101.06

7.20

76.01

5.22

118.06

9.02

130.82

10.12

116.19

24.15

123.84

10.76

108.33

13.30

142.09

29.33

148.65

21.01

83.21

2.10

177.04

26.15

171.84

9.41

216.30

34.65

199.15

12.30

148.09

26.25

177.85

29.76

113.60

15.89

282.68

34.55

286.74

42.94

316.61

16.25

489.83

9.67

358.95

15.06

593.77

10.95

435.13

13.07

1. Figures of authorisation have been arrived at by applying the average exchange rate of the rupee with individual donor currencies.

NR(E)RA

FCNR(A)
2

4556
3916
4983
5637
6045
6758
7147
8449

7051
4255
2306
1
-

14923
20559
21291
22070
24495
26716
23570
26251
26378
31408
45924

: Foreign currency non-resident (accounts)


: Foreign currency non-resident (banks)
: Foreign currency (bank and other) deposits
: Non-Resident Ordinary Rupee Accounts

NR(E)RA

FCNR(A)
2
143.48
134.52
178.86
222.67
256.29
294.65
333.57
412.05
711.84
929.77
931.59
984.43
1067.86
1068.24
1191.81
1244.73
1178.02
1606.84
2497.80

3
222.07
146.16
82.82
0.04
-

: Foreign currency non-resident (accounts)


: Foreign currency non-resident (banks)
: Foreign currency (bank and other) deposits
: Non-Resident Ordinary Rupee Accounts

FC(B&O)D

FCNR(A)

2
-533
-

3
-2249
-2796
-1949
-2270
-

: Foreign currency non-resident (accounts)


: Foreign currency non-resident (banks)
: Foreign currency (bank and other) deposits
: Non-Resident Ordinary Rupee Accounts

FCNR(A)

FCNR(B)
2
-70.62
-93.53
-69.19
-81.90

: Foreign currency non-resident (accounts)

3
61.72
100.00
72.58
65.39
-26.59
14.60
41.30
28.33
25.46
35.02
22.11
71.37
93.51
-38.63
-43.94
49.65
61.03
-30.19
13.26

: Foreign currency non-resident (banks)


: Foreign currency (bank and other) deposits
: Non-Resident Ordinary Rupee Accounts

Gross inflows/ Gross


Investments
` Billion US $ Million
2

184.04

4031

292.69

6130

246.81

5095

198.30

4322

272.34

6052

397.30

8962

1030.37

22826

1398.84

34844

1914.00

41902

1796.00

37745

1643.00

36047

2198.54

46556

1864.98

34298

ection 6 of FEMA, 1999. Data on such acqu

SDRs ##

US $
` Billion

Million
2

: Negligible.
issued by IIFC (UK)

IMF on November 3,

0.92

123

1.12

148

1.94

269

2.26

297

2.30

296

2.29

293

2.11

234

1.92

217

1.70

200

3.81

470

5.45

662

4.97

603

4.44

473

2.91

291

2.48

230

1.81

145

1.61

131

2.32

179

1.25

97

1.61

103

1.84

107

2.00

102

2.33

90

0.55

18

3.39

108

0.23

2.80

82

0.07

0.04

0.34

0.16

0.11

0.50

10

0.19

0.10

0.20

0.12

0.08

0.74

18

0.06

225.96

5006

204.01

4569

228.60

4469

235.40

4328

der special allocation

1995
2
Multilateral

28542

Government Borrowing

26127

i) Concessional

17777

a) IDA

17438

b) Others

339

ii) Non-concessional

8350

a) IBRD

7136

b) Others

1214

Non-Government Borrowing

2415

i) Concessional

ii) Non-concessional

2415

a) Public Sector

1033

IBRD

640

Others

393

b) Financial Institution

813

IBRD

510

Others

303

c) Private Sector

569

IBRD

512

Others

57

Bilateral

20270

A. Government Borrowing

16841

i) Concessional

16841

ii) Non-concessional
B. Non-government borrowing

0
3429

i) Concessional

603

a) Public Sector

208

b) Financial Institution

395

c) Private Sector

ii) Non-concessional

2826

a) Public Sector

1943

b) Financial Institutions
c) Private Sector

598
285

International Monetary Fund

4300

IV. Trade Credit

6629

a) Buyers Credit

1977

b) Suppliers credit

2042

c) Export credit component of bilateral credit

1464

d) Export credit for defence purpose

1146

etc,

with

2005
12
Multilateral

31744

Government Borrowing

29204

i) Concessional

24023

a) IDA

23693

b) Others

330

ii) Non-concessional

5181

a) IBRD

3771

b) Others

1410

Non-Government Borrowing

2540

i) Concessional

ii) Non-concessional

2540

a) Public Sector

1828

IBRD

1020

Others

808

b) Financial Institution

637

IBRD

58

Others

579

c) Private Sector

75

IBRD

Others

75

Bilateral

17034

A. Government Borrowing

13132

i) Concessional

13074

ii) Non-concessional

58

B. Non-government borrowing

3902

i) Concessional

1708

a) Public Sector

1292

b) Financial Institution

416

c) Private Sector

ii) Non-concessional

2194

a) Public Sector

995

b) Financial Institutions

650

c) Private Sector

549

International Monetary Fund

1029

IV. Trade Credit

5022

a) Buyers Credit

2980

b) Suppliers credit

905

c) Export credit component of bilateral credit

1137

d) Export credit for defence purpose

V. Commercial borrowing
a) Commercial bank loans
b) Securitized borrowings (inclu. IDBs and FCCBs )
c) Loans/Securitized borrowings,
multilateral/bilateral guarantee and IFC(W)
d) Self liquidating loans
VI. NRI & FC(B&O) deposits
VII. Rupee debt.
a) Defence
b) Civilian

etc,with

VIII. Total long-term debt (I to VII)


IX. Short-term debt
a) NRI deposits
(up to 1 year maturity)
b) FC(B&O) deposits
(up to 1 year maturity)
c) Trade related Credits
1) 6 Months and above
up to 1 year
2) Up to 6 months
d) FII Investments on Govt. T Bills
and other instruments
e) Investments in Treasury Bills by Foreign
Central Banks and International Institutions
f) External Debt Liabilities of (i+ii)
i) Central Bank
ii) Commercial Bank
X. Gross Total Debt
Concessional Debt as % of Total Debt
Short Term Debt as % of Total Debt
Debt Stock- GDP Ratio (%)
Debt Service Ratio (%)
: India Development Bonds
IFC(W) : International Finance Corporation (Washington)
:
debt outstanding against loans from ADB.

unds, Resurgent India Bonds (RIBs) and

ates, payable in exports.

IDA loans for Pre-1971 credits.

of gold and silver imports.

1995
2
898.19
A. Government Borrowing

822.23

i) Concessional

559.63

a) IDA

548.97

b) Others

10.66

ii) Non-concessional

262.60

a) IBRD

224.42

b) Others

38.18

B. Non-Government Borrowing

75.96

i) Concessional
ii) Non-concessional

0.00
75.96

a) Public Sector

32.48

IBRD

20.13

Others

12.35

b) Financial Institutions

25.59

IBRD

16.05

Others

9.54

c) Private Sector

17.89

IBRD

16.10

Others

1.79

Bilateral

637.61

A. Government Borrowing

529.65

i) Concessional

529.65

ii) Non-concessional
B. Non-Government Borrowing
i) Concessional
a) Public Sector
b) Financial Institutions
c) Private Sector

0.00
107.96
18.96
6.54
12.42
0.00

ii) Non-concessional

89.00

a) Public Sector

61.20

b) Financial Institutions

18.83

c) Private Sector

8.97

III. International Monetary Fund

135.45

IV. Trade Credit

208.76

a) Buyers Credit

62.27

b) Suppliers Credit

64.32

c) Export Credit Component of Bilateral Credit

46.04

d) Export Credit for Defence Purpose

36.13

1995
2
409.15
183.84
169.35
etc.
29.98
with Multilateral/Bilateral Guarantee and IFC(W)
25.98
390.06
303.15
276.03
27.12
2982.37
134.48

71.76

0.00
62.72
0.00
6 Months and Above up to 1 Year

62.72
0.00

e) Investments in Treasury Bills by Foreign


0.00
Central Banks and International Institutions
0.00
0.00
0.00
3116.85
45.30
4.30
30.80
25.90

2005
12
1388.97
A. Government Borrowing

1277.82

i) Concessional

1051.14

a) IDA

1036.71

b) Others

14.43

ii) Non-concessional

226.68

a) IBRD

165.00

b) Others
B. Non-Government Borrowing
i) Concessional
ii) Non-concessional

61.68
111.15
0.00
111.15

a) Public Sector

80.00

IBRD

44.62

Others

35.38

b) Financial Institutions

27.89

IBRD

2.52

Others

25.37

c) Private Sector

3.26

IBRD

0.00

Others

3.26

Bilateral

745.30

A. Government Borrowing

574.58

i) Concessional
ii) Non-concessional
B. Non-Government Borrowing

572.07
2.51
170.72

i) Concessional

74.71

a) Public Sector

56.53

b) Financial Institutions

18.18

c) Private Sector

0.00

ii) Non-concessional

96.01

a) Public Sector

43.53

b) Financial Institutions

28.47

c) Private Sector

24.01

III. International Monetary Fund

45.03

IV. Trade Credit

219.76

a) Buyers Credit

130.40

b) Suppliers Credit

39.61

c) Export Credit Component of Bilateral Credit

49.75

d) Export Credit for Defence Purpose

0.00

2005
12
V. Commercial Borrowing

1155.33

a) Commercial Bank Loans

628.96

b) Securitized Borrowings
489.92
(inclu. IDBs and FCCBs)
c) Loans/securitised borrowings etc

36.45

with multilateral/bilateral guarantee and IFC(W)


d) Self Liquidating Loans
VI. NRI & FC(B&O) Deposits

0.00
1432.67
100.71
88.87
11.84

VIII. Total Long-term Debt (I to VII)

5087.77
775.28

a) NRI Deposits
(up to 1 year maturity)

0.00

b) FC (B&O) Deposits
0.00
( up to 1 year maturity)
c) Trade related credits

711.73

1) Up to 6 Months

382.51

6 Months and Above up to 1 Year

329.22

d) FII Investments in Govt. T Bills


63.55
and Other Instruments
e) Investments in Treasury Bills by Foreign

0.00

Central Banks and International Institutions


f) External Debt Liabilities of (i+ii)

0.00

0.00
ii) Commercial Bank

0.00
5863.05

Concessional Debt as % of Total Debt

30.70

Short-term Debt as % of Total Debt

13.20

Debt Stock- GDP Ratio (%)

18.10
5.90

: India Development Bonds

FCCBs

IFC(W) : International Finance Corporation (Washington)


: 1. Other concessional multilateral Government borrowing refers to debt outstanding to Institutions like IFAD, OPEC & EEC (SAC).
debt outstanding against loans from ADB.

unds, Resurgent India Bonds (RIBs) and

ates, payable in exports.

IDA loans for Pre-1971 credits.

of gold and silver imports.

Small

Re. 1

Coins

Notes

Coins

Notes

all Coins . 1 Notes


2

2.09

2.90

2.25

2.93

2.33

2.74

1.97

2.72

2.09

2.56

2.25

2.14

2.43

2.07

2.63

2.12

2.77

2.05

2.90

1.98

3.07

2.04

3.66

2.38

4.39

3.01

4.98

3.52

5.39

3.60

6.40

3.48

6.85

3.35

7.29 7.80 -

8.29

3.28

8.81

3.20

9.40

3.22

9.91

3.16

10.55

3.19

11.16

3.16

11.88

3.08

13.00

3.07

13.28

3.08

13.46

3.05

13.53

2.99

13.53

2.99

13.58

2.99

13.64

3.01

14.55

3.00

14.55

3.00

14.55

2.99

14.58

2.99

7.39

2.99

7.00

2.99

re-introduced in 2000-01.

Total No. of
Currency Chests

Total Repositories
2
2866 3026
3205
3318
3445
3696
3813
3276
3506
3636
3677
3730
3791
3864
3902

3
397
458
484
505
590
599
470
487
489
483
489
494
505
492

3976
493
4059
500
4099
502
4101
504
4128
503
4157
502
4181
494
4242
442
4386
262
4422
204
4486
244
4454
193
4451
44
4426
13
4363
7
4291
2
4299 4300 4247 4241 4211 1. Data on repositories for the year 1978-79 includes figures for two repositories of nationalised banks, one each at

Primary Upper Primary

2
278135
330399
391064
408378
454270
494503
528872
560935
566744
571248
570455
586810

593410
603646
619222
628994
641695
638738
664041
651382
712239
767520
771082
756950
785950
:

ons of post matric

State/Union
Territory

No. of
Persons
(Thousands)
2

Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chhattisgarh
Goa

3
18000
320
8940
45100
9780
180

Gujarat

12850

Haryana

3880

Himachal Pradesh

1430

Jammu & Kashmir

1160

Jharkhand

11620

Karnataka

13470

Kerala

4220

Madhya Pradesh

25440

Maharashtra

27780

Manipur

670

Meghalaya

290

Mizoram

110

Nagaland
Odisha
Punjab
Rajasthan

150
19880
3670
16640

Sikkim

150

Tamil Nadu

13440

Tripura

1190

Uttar Pradesh

60050

Uttarakhand

2310

West Bengal

22750

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

10

Chandigarh

20

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

110

Daman and Diu

Delhi

110

Lakshwadeep

Puducherry

80

All India

325810

State/Union
Territory

No. of
Persons
(Thousands)
2

Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh

3
12790
270

Assam

10530

Bihar

49870

Chhattisgarh

10830

Goa

60

Gujarat

9160

Haryana

3040

Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir

560
730

Jharkhand

10220

Karnataka

9740

Kerala

2160

Madhya Pradesh

21690

Maharashtra

17980

Manipur

880

Meghalaya

350

Mizoram

160

Nagaland
Odisha
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh

280
13550
2510
13380
70
7830
540
60060

Uttarakhand

1030

West Bengal

17780

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

Chandigarh

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

100

Daman and Diu

20

Delhi

30

Lakshwadeep

Puducherry

All India

278210

State/Union

Rural

Territory

No. of
Persons
(Thousands)
2

Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chhattisgarh
Goa

3
6180
425
9206
32040
8890
37

Gujarat

7535

Haryana

1942

Himachal Pradesh

529

Jammu & Kashmir

1073

Jharkhand

10409

Karnataka

9280

Kerala

1548

Madhya Pradesh

19095

Maharashtra

15056

Manipur

745

Meghalaya

304

Mizoram

191

Nagaland

276

Odisha

12614

Punjab

1335

Rajasthan

8419

Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh

45
5923
449
47935

Uttarakhand

825

West Bengal

14114

Andaman & Nicobar Islands


Chandigarh
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
Daman and Diu
Delhi

4
0
115
0
50

Lakshwadeep

Puducherry

69

All India

216658

ON OF USUALLY

Survey Period

Primary
Sector
PS
2

3
Rural

July 1989 -June 1990

716

July 1990-June 1991

705

July-December 1991

748

January-December 1992

753

January-June 1993

749

July 1993-June 1994

739

July 1994-June 1995

752

July 1995 -June 1996

746

January-December 1997

757

January-June 1998

755

July 1999-June 2000

712

July 2000-June 2001

688

July 2001 -June 2002

672

July-December 2002

685

January-December 2003

704

January-June 2004

654

July 2004-June 2005

662

July 2005-June 2006

648

July 2007-June 2008

662

July 2009-June 2010

625

July 2011-June 2012

592
Urban

July 1989 -June 1990

95

July 1990-June 1991

91

July-December 1991

95

January-December 1992

104

January-June 1993

101

July 1993-June 1994

87

July 1994-June 1995

86

July 1995 -June 1996

81

January-December 1997

76

January-June 1998

90

July 1999-June 2000

65

July 2000-June 2001

63

July 2001 -June 2002

78

July-December 2002

69

January-December 2003

60

January-June 2004

61

July 2004-June 2005

60

July 2005-June 2006

62

July 2007-June 2008

58

July 2009-June 2010

59

July 2011-June 2012

56

: Agriculture and allied activities

tion, Government of India.

Industry / Year
Q1
2
Agriculture & allied
2180.83
activities
Mining & Quarrying
Manufacturing

336.33
2066.50

Electricity, Gas &


226.32
Water Supply
Construction

1108.60

Trade, Hotel,
Transport and
Communications
Finance, Insurance,

3231.10

Real Estate &

2018.55

Business Services
Community, Social &
Personal Services

1502.06

Gross Domestic
Product

12670.29

at factor cost
Industry / Year
Q1
14
Agriculture & allied
3324.89
activities
Mining & Quarrying

461.69

Manufacturing

2922.16

Electricity, Gas &

351.23

Water Supply
Construction

1596.14

Trade, Hotel,
Transport and

5066.81

Communications
Finance, Insurance,
Real Estate &

3303.40

Business Services
Community, Social &
Personal Services

2434.60

Gross Domestic
Product

19460.92

at factor cost
: Central Statistics Office (CSO).

2008-09
Q1

Q2
2

7519.54

7747.05

1258.48

1168.72

4512.54

4709.07

269.68

272.52

205.38

198.05

Services

3334.17

Services

3896.04
130.89

571.83

prices

13334.64
2011-12

Q1

Q2
14

15

11550.88

12007.58

2256.11

2280.88

6699.38

6659.53

460.38

456.45

656.02

506.78

Services

4879.45

Services

6286.50
457.52

263.58

20673.24

20781.95

Q1, Q2, Q3 & Q4 denote - April to June, July to September, October to December and January to March quarters, respectively.

Industry / Year
Q1
1
Agriculture & allied

1557.34

activities
Mining & Quarrying
Manufacturing
Electricity, Gas &

230.72
1666.91
206.14

Water Supply
Construction
Trade, Hotel, Transport

823.41
2661.49

and Communications
Finance, Insurance,
Real Estate & Business

1675.58

Services
Community, Social &

1187.88

Personal Services
Gross Domestic
Product
at factor cost
Industry / Year

10009.47

Q1
13
Agriculture & allied

1719.66

activities
Mining & Quarrying

262.05

Manufacturing

2033.49

Electricity, Gas &

245.08

Water Supply
Construction

984.10

Trade, Hotel, Transport

3489.03

and Communications
Finance, Insurance,
Real Estate & Business

2296.38

Services
Community, Social &

1445.17

Personal Services
Gross Domestic
Product

12474.96

at factor cost
: Central Statistics Office (CSO).

PRODUCT

2008-09
Q1

Q2
2

6394.66

6329.33

1035.01

924.65

3709.61

3806.47

216.62

215.26

165.86

157.41

2658.83

2782.79

3334.07

3829.68

-308.20

171.00

10538.33

10557.23

2011-12
Q1

Q2
14

15

8027.62

8085.19

1407.49

1391.96

4735.01

4632.17

317.87

312.44

367.69

281.72

3213.92

3249.21

4443.98

4473.73

-373.57

-272.42

13252.07

13206.54

Q1, Q2, Q3 & Q4 denote - April to June, July to September, October to December and January to March quarters, respectively.

RODUCTION

Apr.

May
2

100.9

103.4

103.1

106.5

106.3

109.7

112.3

115.6

115.8

119.3

126.4

128.6

128.4

130.9

124.8

130.0

120.7

122.3

Mining & Quarrying ( Weight : 14.16 )

Manufacturing ( Weight : 75.53 )


98.2

102.3

109.9

116.5

133.6

143.7

151.0

155.3

145.5

150.8

166.6

164.2

176.1

174.5

173.0

179.0

177.0

172.6

103.0

108.2

109.1

113.7

118.6

124.3

120.2

126.8

128.7

130.9

137.1

139.0

146.0

153.3

152.7

162.3

Electricity ( Weight : 10.32 )

159.1

172.4

General Index ( Weight : 100 )


99.1

103.1

108.8

114.8

128.2

136.9

142.3

146.7

139.6

144.3

157.8

156.5

166.2

166.2

164.1

170.3

167.2

165.5
: Data for 2013-14 are provisional.

Industry Group

Weight
2

Food products and beverages

7.28

Tobacco products

1.57

Textiles

6.16

Wearing apparel, dressing and dyeing of fur

2.78

Luggage, handbags, saddlery, harness & footwear, tanning and dressing of leather products

0.58

Wood and products of wood & cork except furniture, articles of straw & plating materials

1.05

Paper and paper products

1.00

Publishing, printing & reproduction of recorded media

1.08
6.72

Coke, refined petroleum products & nuclear fuel

10.06

10. Chemicals and chemical products

2.03

11. Rubber and plastics products

4.31

12. Other non-metallic mineral products

11.34

13. Basic metals


14. Fabricated metal products, except machinery & equipment

3.09

15. Machinery and equipment n.e.c.

3.76

16. Office, accounting & computing machinery

0.31

17. Electrical machinery & apparatus n.e.c.

1.98

18. Radio, TV and communication equipment & apparatus

0.99

19. Medical, precision & optical instruments, watches and clocks

0.57

20. Motor vehicles, trailers & semi-trailers

4.06

21. Other transport equipment

1.83
3.00

22. Furniture, manufacturing n.e.c.

75.53

23. Manufacturing Index


Industry Group

Weight
2

Food products and beverages

7.28

Tobacco products

1.57

Textiles

6.16

Wearing apparel, dressing and dyeing of fur

2.78

Luggage, handbags, saddlery, harness & footwear, tanning and dressing of leather products

0.58

Wood and products of wood & cork except furniture, articles of straw & plating materials

1.05

Paper and paper products

1.00

Publishing, printing & reproduction of recorded media

1.08
6.72

Coke, refined petroleum products & nuclear fuel

10.06

10. Chemicals and chemical products

2.03

11. Rubber and plastics products

4.31

12. Other non-metallic mineral products

11.34

13. Basic metals


14. Fabricated metal products, except machinery & equipment

3.09

15. Machinery and equipment n.e.c.

3.76

16. Office, accounting & computing machinery

0.31

17. Electrical machinery & apparatus n.e.c.

1.98

18. Radio, TV and communication equipment & apparatus

0.99

19. Medical, precision & optical instruments, watches and clocks

0.57

20. Motor vehicles, trailers & semi-trailers

4.06

21. Other transport equipment

1.83
3.00

22. Furniture, manufacturing n.e.c.

75.53

23. Manufacturing Index

Industry Group

Weight
2

Food products and beverages

7.28

Tobacco products

1.57

Textiles

6.16

Wearing apparel, dressing and dyeing of fur

2.78

Luggage, handbags, saddlery, harness & footwear, tanning and dressing of leather products

0.58

Wood and products of wood & cork except furniture, articles of straw & plating materials

1.05

Paper and paper products

1.00

Publishing, printing & reproduction of recorded media

1.08

Coke, refined petroleum products & nuclear fuel


10. Chemicals and chemical products
11. Rubber and plastics products
12. Other non-metallic mineral products
13. Basic metals

6.72
10.06
2.03
4.31
11.34

14. Fabricated metal products, except machinery & equipment

3.09

15. Machinery and equipment n.e.c.

3.76

16. Office, accounting & computing machinery

0.31

17. Electrical machinery & apparatus n.e.c.

1.98

18. Radio, TV and communication equipment & apparatus

0.99

19. Medical, precision & optical instruments, watches and clocks

0.57

20. Motor vehicles, trailers & semi-trailers

4.06

21. Other transport equipment

1.83

22. Furniture, manufacturing n.e.c.


23. Manufacturing Index

3.00
75.53

Industry Group

Weight
2

Food products and beverages

7.28

Tobacco products

1.57

Textiles

6.16

Wearing apparel, dressing and dyeing of fur

2.78

Luggage, handbags, saddlery, harness & footwear, tanning and dressing of leather products

0.58

Wood and products of wood & cork except furniture, articles of straw & plating materials

1.05

Paper and paper products

1.00

Publishing, printing & reproduction of recorded media

1.08

Coke, refined petroleum products & nuclear fuel

6.72
10.06

10. Chemicals and chemical products

2.03

11. Rubber and plastics products

4.31

12. Other non-metallic mineral products

11.34

13. Basic metals


14. Fabricated metal products, except machinery & equipment

3.09

15. Machinery and equipment n.e.c.

3.76

16. Office, accounting & computing machinery

0.31

17. Electrical machinery & apparatus n.e.c.

1.98

18. Radio, TV and communication equipment & apparatus

0.99

19. Medical, precision & optical instruments, watches and clocks

0.57

20. Motor vehicles, trailers & semi-trailers

4.06

21. Other transport equipment

1.83
3.00

22. Furniture, manufacturing n.e.c.

75.53

23. Manufacturing Index

Industry Group

Weight
2

Food products and beverages

7.28

Tobacco products

1.57

Textiles

6.16

Wearing apparel, dressing and dyeing of fur

2.78

Luggage, handbags, saddlery, harness & footwear, tanning and dressing of leather products

0.58

Wood and products of wood & cork except furniture, articles of straw & plating materials

1.05

Paper and paper products

1.00

Publishing, printing & reproduction of recorded media

1.08

Coke, refined petroleum products & nuclear fuel


10. Chemicals and chemical products
11. Rubber and plastics products
12. Other non-metallic mineral products
13. Basic metals

6.72
10.06
2.03
4.31
11.34

14. Fabricated metal products, except machinery & equipment

3.09

15. Machinery and equipment n.e.c.

3.76

16. Office, accounting & computing machinery

0.31

17. Electrical machinery & apparatus n.e.c.

1.98

18. Radio, TV and communication equipment & apparatus

0.99

19. Medical, precision & optical instruments, watches and clocks

0.57

20. Motor vehicles, trailers & semi-trailers

4.06

21. Other transport equipment

1.83
3.00

22. Furniture, manufacturing n.e.c.

75.53

23. Manufacturing Index


Industry Group

Weight
2

Food products and beverages

7.28

Tobacco products

1.57

Textiles

6.16

Wearing apparel, dressing and dyeing of fur

2.78

Luggage, handbags, saddlery, harness & footwear, tanning and dressing of leather products

0.58

Wood and products of wood & cork except furniture, articles of straw & plating materials

1.05

Paper and paper products

1.00

Publishing, printing & reproduction of recorded media

1.08
6.72

Coke, refined petroleum products & nuclear fuel

10.06

10. Chemicals and chemical products

2.03

11. Rubber and plastics products

4.31

12. Other non-metallic mineral products

11.34

13. Basic metals


14. Fabricated metal products, except machinery & equipment

3.09

15. Machinery and equipment n.e.c.

3.76

16. Office, accounting & computing machinery

0.31

17. Electrical machinery & apparatus n.e.c.

1.98

18. Radio, TV and communication equipment & apparatus

0.99

19. Medical, precision & optical instruments, watches and clocks

0.57

20. Motor vehicles, trailers & semi-trailers

4.06

21. Other transport equipment

1.83
3.00

22. Furniture, manufacturing n.e.c.

75.53

23. Manufacturing Index

Industry Group

Weight
2

Food products and beverages

7.28

Tobacco products

1.57

Textiles

6.16

Wearing apparel, dressing and dyeing of fur

2.78

Luggage, handbags, saddlery, harness & footwear, tanning and dressing of leather products

0.58

Wood and products of wood & cork except furniture, articles of straw & plating materials

1.05

Paper and paper products

1.00

Publishing, printing & reproduction of recorded media

1.08

Coke, refined petroleum products & nuclear fuel


10. Chemicals and chemical products
11. Rubber and plastics products
12. Other non-metallic mineral products
13. Basic metals

6.72
10.06
2.03
4.31
11.34

14. Fabricated metal products, except machinery & equipment

3.09

15. Machinery and equipment n.e.c.

3.76

16. Office, accounting & computing machinery

0.31

17. Electrical machinery & apparatus n.e.c.

1.98

18. Radio, TV and communication equipment & apparatus

0.99

19. Medical, precision & optical instruments, watches and clocks

0.57

20. Motor vehicles, trailers & semi-trailers

4.06

21. Other transport equipment

1.83
3.00

22. Furniture, manufacturing n.e.c.

75.53

23. Manufacturing Index


Industry Group

Weight
2

Food products and beverages

7.28

Tobacco products

1.57

Textiles

6.16

Wearing apparel, dressing and dyeing of fur

2.78

Luggage, handbags, saddlery, harness & footwear, tanning and dressing of leather products

0.58

Wood and products of wood & cork except furniture, articles of straw & plating materials

1.05

Paper and paper products

1.00

Publishing, printing & reproduction of recorded media

1.08
6.72

Coke, refined petroleum products & nuclear fuel

10.06

10. Chemicals and chemical products

2.03

11. Rubber and plastics products

4.31

12. Other non-metallic mineral products

11.34

13. Basic metals


14. Fabricated metal products, except machinery & equipment

3.09

15. Machinery and equipment n.e.c.

3.76

16. Office, accounting & computing machinery

0.31

17. Electrical machinery & apparatus n.e.c.

1.98

18. Radio, TV and communication equipment & apparatus

0.99

19. Medical, precision & optical instruments, watches and clocks

0.57

20. Motor vehicles, trailers & semi-trailers

4.06

21. Other transport equipment

1.83
3.00

22. Furniture, manufacturing n.e.c.

75.53

23. Manufacturing Index

Industry Group

Weight
2

Food products and beverages

7.28

Tobacco products

1.57

Textiles

6.16

Wearing apparel, dressing and dyeing of fur

2.78

Luggage, handbags, saddlery, harness & footwear, tanning and dressing of leather products

0.58

Wood and products of wood & cork except furniture, articles of straw & plating materials

1.05

Paper and paper products

1.00

Publishing, printing & reproduction of recorded media

1.08

6.72

Coke, refined petroleum products & nuclear fuel

10.06

10. Chemicals and chemical products

2.03

11. Rubber and plastics products

4.31

12. Other non-metallic mineral products

11.34

13. Basic metals


14. Fabricated metal products, except machinery & equipment

3.09

15. Machinery and equipment n.e.c.

3.76

16. Office, accounting & computing machinery

0.31

17. Electrical machinery & apparatus n.e.c.

1.98

18. Radio, TV and communication equipment & apparatus

0.99

19. Medical, precision & optical instruments, watches and clocks

0.57

20. Motor vehicles, trailers & semi-trailers

4.06

21. Other transport equipment

1.83
3.00

22. Furniture, manufacturing n.e.c.

75.53

23. Manufacturing Index


Industry Group

Weight
2

Food products and beverages

7.28

Tobacco products

1.57

Textiles

6.16

Wearing apparel, dressing and dyeing of fur

2.78

Luggage, handbags, saddlery, harness & footwear, tanning and dressing of leather products

0.58

Wood and products of wood & cork except furniture, articles of straw & plating materials

1.05

Paper and paper products

1.00

Publishing, printing & reproduction of recorded media

1.08
6.72

Coke, refined petroleum products & nuclear fuel

10.06

10. Chemicals and chemical products

2.03

11. Rubber and plastics products

4.31

12. Other non-metallic mineral products

11.34

13. Basic metals


14. Fabricated metal products, except machinery & equipment

3.09

15. Machinery and equipment n.e.c.

3.76

16. Office, accounting & computing machinery

0.31

17. Electrical machinery & apparatus n.e.c.

1.98

18. Radio, TV and communication equipment & apparatus

0.99

19. Medical, precision & optical instruments, watches and clocks

0.57

20. Motor vehicles, trailers & semi-trailers

4.06

21. Other transport equipment

1.83
3.00

22. Furniture, manufacturing n.e.c.

75.53

23. Manufacturing Index

Industry Group

Weight
2

Food products and beverages

7.28

Tobacco products

1.57

Textiles

6.16

Wearing apparel, dressing and dyeing of fur

2.78

Luggage, handbags, saddlery, harness & footwear, tanning and dressing of leather products

0.58

Wood and products of wood & cork except furniture, articles of straw & plating materials

1.05

Paper and paper products

1.00

Publishing, printing & reproduction of recorded media

1.08
6.72

Coke, refined petroleum products & nuclear fuel

10.06

10. Chemicals and chemical products

2.03

11. Rubber and plastics products

4.31

12. Other non-metallic mineral products

11.34

13. Basic metals


14. Fabricated metal products, except machinery & equipment

3.09

15. Machinery and equipment n.e.c.

3.76

16. Office, accounting & computing machinery

0.31

17. Electrical machinery & apparatus n.e.c.

1.98

18. Radio, TV and communication equipment & apparatus

0.99

19. Medical, precision & optical instruments, watches and clocks

0.57

20. Motor vehicles, trailers & semi-trailers

4.06

21. Other transport equipment

1.83
3.00

22. Furniture, manufacturing n.e.c.

75.53

23. Manufacturing Index


Industry Group

Weight
2

Food products and beverages

7.28

Tobacco products

1.57

Textiles

6.16

Wearing apparel, dressing and dyeing of fur

2.78

Luggage, handbags, saddlery, harness & footwear, tanning and dressing of leather products

0.58

Wood and products of wood & cork except furniture, articles of straw & plating materials

1.05

Paper and paper products

1.00

Publishing, printing & reproduction of recorded media

1.08
6.72

Coke, refined petroleum products & nuclear fuel

10.06

10. Chemicals and chemical products

2.03

11. Rubber and plastics products

4.31

12. Other non-metallic mineral products

11.34

13. Basic metals


14. Fabricated metal products, except machinery & equipment

3.09

15. Machinery and equipment n.e.c.

3.76

16. Office, accounting & computing machinery

0.31

17. Electrical machinery & apparatus n.e.c.

1.98

18. Radio, TV and communication equipment & apparatus

0.99

19. Medical, precision & optical instruments, watches and clocks

0.57

20. Motor vehicles, trailers & semi-trailers

4.06

21. Other transport equipment

1.83

22. Furniture, manufacturing n.e.c.

3.00
75.53

23. Manufacturing Index

Industry Group

Weight

2
Food products and beverages

7.28

Tobacco products

1.57

Textiles

6.16

Wearing apparel, dressing and dyeing of fur

2.78

Luggage, handbags, saddlery, harness & footwear, tanning and dressing of leather products

0.58

Wood and products of wood & cork except furniture, articles of straw & plating materials

1.05

Paper and paper products

1.00

Publishing, printing & reproduction of recorded media

1.08
6.72

Coke, refined petroleum products & nuclear fuel

10.06

10. Chemicals and chemical products

2.03

11. Rubber and plastics products

4.31

12. Other non-metallic mineral products

11.34

13. Basic metals


14. Fabricated metal products, except machinery & equipment

3.09

15. Machinery and equipment n.e.c.

3.76

16. Office, accounting & computing machinery

0.31

17. Electrical machinery & apparatus n.e.c.

1.98

18. Radio, TV and communication equipment & apparatus

0.99

19. Medical, precision & optical instruments, watches and clocks

0.57

20. Motor vehicles, trailers & semi-trailers

4.06

21. Other transport equipment

1.83
3.00

22. Furniture, manufacturing n.e.c.

75.53

23. Manufacturing Index


Industry Group

Weight
2

Food products and beverages

7.28

Tobacco products

1.57

Textiles

6.16

Wearing apparel, dressing and dyeing of fur

2.78

Luggage, handbags, saddlery, harness & footwear, tanning and dressing of leather products

0.58

Wood and products of wood & cork except furniture, articles of straw & plating materials

1.05

Paper and paper products

1.00

Publishing, printing & reproduction of recorded media

1.08

Coke, refined petroleum products & nuclear fuel


10. Chemicals and chemical products
11. Rubber and plastics products
12. Other non-metallic mineral products
13. Basic metals

6.72
10.06
2.03
4.31
11.34

14. Fabricated metal products, except machinery & equipment

3.09

15. Machinery and equipment n.e.c.

3.76

16. Office, accounting & computing machinery

0.31

17. Electrical machinery & apparatus n.e.c.

1.98

18. Radio, TV and communication equipment & apparatus

0.99

19. Medical, precision & optical instruments, watches and clocks

0.57

20. Motor vehicles, trailers & semi-trailers

4.06

21. Other transport equipment

1.83

22. Furniture, manufacturing n.e.c.


23. Manufacturing Index

3.00
75.53

Weight
2
7.28
1.57
6.16
4. Wearing apparel, dressing and dyeing of fur

2.78

5. Luggage, handbags, saddlery, harness & footwear, tanning and dressing of leather products

0.58

6. Wood and products of wood & cork except furniture, articles of straw & plating materials

1.05
1.00
1.08

8. Publishing, printing & reproduction of recorded media

6.72

9. Coke, refined petroleum products & nuclear fuel

10.06
2.03
4.31
11.34
14. Fabricated metal products, except machinery & equipment

3.09
3.76

16. Office, accounting & computing machinery

0.31

17. Electrical machinery & apparatus n.e.c.

1.98

18. Radio, TV and communication equipment & apparatus

0.99

19. Medical, precision & optical instruments, watches and clocks

0.57

20. Motor vehicles, trailers & semi-trailers

4.06
1.83
3.00
75.53
Weight
2
7.28
1.57
6.16

4. Wearing apparel, dressing and dyeing of fur

2.78

5. Luggage, handbags, saddlery, harness & footwear, tanning and dressing of leather products

0.58

6. Wood and products of wood & cork except furniture, articles of straw & plating materials

1.05
1.00

8. Publishing, printing & reproduction of recorded media


9. Coke, refined petroleum products & nuclear fuel

1.08
6.72
10.06
2.03
4.31
11.34

14. Fabricated metal products, except machinery & equipment

3.09
3.76

16. Office, accounting & computing machinery

0.31

17. Electrical machinery & apparatus n.e.c.

1.98

18. Radio, TV and communication equipment & apparatus

0.99

19. Medical, precision & optical instruments, watches and clocks

0.57

20. Motor vehicles, trailers & semi-trailers

4.06
1.83
3.00
75.53

: Data for 2013-14 are provisional.

Apr.

May
2

121.2
125.6
127.0
135.5
145.2
148.0
151.0
Capital Goods (Weight : 8.83)pital G Capital G
132.9
213.6
183.3
248.3
264.8
207.9
207.6
Intermediate Goods (Weight : 15.69)ntermedi
119.6
125.4
124.3
139.0
144.4
141.8
145.5

125.2
128.9
131.0
139.0
149.4
155.9
154.5

142.0
155.7
153.9
175.2
180.8
187.5
191.4

143.6
159.7
155.8
167.3
179.3
187.1
173.9

160.3
212.2
232.0
286.0
290.5
306.2
279.1

181.2
232.4
234.5
268.9
282.6
310.1
253.0

134.8
133.3

128.6
130.9

191.9
224.2
202.1
234.1
248.6
227.3
221.4
127.0
130.6
128.5
143.5
143.7
148.6
150.1

123.0
131.3
137.3
140.5
156.7

124.6
127.0
138.4
138.3
142.5

: Data for 2013-14 are provisional.

Apr.

May
2

123.5

124.1

125.0

125.9

138.6

139.1

152.1

152.4

163.5

163.9

171.3

171.4

132.1

134.2

140.8

143.3

171.0

172.6

196.8

194.9

215.6

215.0

226.5

227.3

128.9

130.2

140.1

141.8

168.8

172.1

186.8

186.3

207.2

206.1

219.8

223.1

123.5

126.8

128.3

131.4

151.5

150.8

192.2

183.1

194.9

198.8

209.7

208.5

130.2

131.4

124.2

124.8

141.1

142.8

159.5

160.4

178.8

178.9

193.7

191.9

119.2

119.2

120.2

120.8

127.9

127.9

136.6

137.4

143.8

144.6

149.1

149.3
: Data for last two months are Provisional.

Apr.
2

107.5
117.9
128.7

104.5
116.1
127.4
CPI-Combined(Rural+U
New CPI Combined (Rural+ Urban)
106.2
117.1
128.1
Industrial Workers
Industrial Workers (IW) : General Index
138
150
170
186
205
226
Industrial Workers
Industrial Workers : Food Group
144
159
182
197
218
245
Agricultural Labourers
Agricultural Labourers (AL)
429
468
538
587
633
711

1. New CPI was introduced from January 2011.

Gold
Mumbai

London

` per

$ per troy oz.

10gms.
2

14474.57

890.20

14620.83

928.64

14638.85

945.67

14720.37

934.23

14952.08

949.38

15722.61

996.59

15882.39

1043.16

17056.80

1127.04

17159.42

1134.72

16705.80

1117.96

16525.43

1095.41

16613.96

1113.34

15756.09

1023.03

16692.92

1148.69

18024.20

1205.43

18744.62

1232.92

18269.81

1192.97

18457.20

1215.81

19055.63

1270.98

19474.23

1342.02

20140.21

1369.89

20506.30

1390.55

20203.80

1356.40

20321.09

1372.73

20835.00

1424.01

19227.08

1293.53

21469.78

1473.81

22129.50

1510.44

22213.85

1528.66

22627.40

1572.81

25877.92

1755.81

27486.80

1771.85

26667.50

1665.21

28562.92

1738.98

28062.96

1652.31

27597.80

1652.12

28118.70

1742.62

27853.95

1673.77

25722.42

1644.87

28562.73

1650.07

28830.96

1585.50

29818.62

1596.70

29468.46

1593.91

30179.79

1626.03

31672.83

1744.45

31055.63

1747.01

31547.95

1721.14

30832.80

1685.87

30520.19

1670.95

29963.48

1627.59

29513.75

1592.86

30163.93

1653.51

27742.60

1485.08

26768.65

1413.50

27178.13

1342.36

26928.15

1286.72

27154.38

1381.92

: The data sources are (i) Business Standard/ Business Line/ The Economic Times, Mumbai for Gold and Silver prices in Mumbai

Currency

Cash

in

with

Circulation

Banks

7144.22

272.95

7246.21

297.52

7208.45

304.82

7038.25

278.62

7065.62

274.33

7219.26

287.66

7436.93

307.43

7515.59

278.47

7673.68

291.22

7726.75

304.57

7862.08

306.97

7995.49

320.56

8291.50

307.40

8559.77

312.13

8644.50

325.02

8479.77

335.49

8568.67

336.10

8606.84

346.14

8766.80

359.39

9092.29

374.62

9069.72

383.06

9249.92

368.39

9413.70

360.19

9496.59

378.23

9830.43

361.58

10005.05

390.90

10008.81

394.32

9755.19

406.07

9830.63

406.53

9821.43

409.44

9968.22

447.94

10210.18

439.70

10198.00

431.91

10377.31

423.07

10566.45

419.95

10672.30

445.80

11082.32

433.77

11270.50

447.88

11176.50

479.34

11022.64

438.93

11186.55

528.69

11098.56

461.45

11098.19

445.15

11405.64

532.31

11421.07

506.50

11586.45

497.02

11785.37

524.74

11909.75

462.33

12258.50

447.46

12284.45

510.51

12174.96

500.69

12059.83

478.06

Net RBI Credit

Net RBI Credit

to Central

to State

Government

Governments

504.60

6.90

573.16

-0.41

502.64

1.71

278.87

-0.41

101.02

0.49

352.96

1.86

432.52

4.70

713.01

10.28

868.93

0.17

894.76

7.36

1527.88

-9.12

2115.81

0.05

1892.36

4.80

2125.26

-0.41

2273.88

-0.06

2226.76

-0.41

2072.91

3.20

2068.02

-0.41

2036.43

20.08

2580.95

14.18

2639.94

-0.41

2685.93

7.09

2990.53

11.58

3940.35

25.20

3647.05

5.75

3796.97

7.91

3756.15

4.94

3721.59

-0.26

3677.41

3.91

3562.52

4.08

3943.46

3.91

4156.23

12.80

4500.61

-0.01

5183.52

0.45

4882.98

0.71

5344.13

13.24

5478.56

15.37

5548.43

0.33

5672.21

3.40

5463.96

7.51

5399.56

-0.30

5356.19

5.84

5544.47

7.47

5356.87

1.53

5497.99

6.68

5850.28

0.95

5924.43

6.37

5904.99

0.79

6443.47

-3.41

6452.90

3.23

6772.57

12.02

6697.56

3.39

Net Foreign

Net Foreign

Exchange

Exchange

Assets of the

Assets of

RBI

Other Banks

10

12612.10

720.68

12280.40

720.68

12633.60

508.95

13029.53

508.95

13209.50

508.95

13134.80

486.83

12971.70

486.83

13031.54

486.83

12983.73

430.90

12736.13

430.90

12581.81

430.90

12319.44

495.20

12186.13

495.20

12508.87

495.20

12465.65

418.73

12919.37

418.73

12933.75

418.73

12999.87

634.11

12834.21

634.11

13159.13

634.11

13018.70

472.09

13335.07

472.09

13332.69

472.09

13285.69

647.74

13401.76

647.74

13521.71

647.74

13627.48

414.17

13767.26

414.17

14310.16

414.17

15077.33

461.04

15567.05

461.04

15433.34

461.04

15444.57

514.73

14351.67

514.73

14158.54

514.73

14721.95

715.85

14948.68

715.85

15490.45

715.85

15957.68

509.22

15700.83

509.22

15759.66

509.22

15575.44

455.27

15511.55

455.27

15736.44

455.27

15929.82

410.84

15626.75

410.84

15533.76

410.84

15580.59

785.99

15631.95

785.99

15949.54

785.99

16591.83

785.99

16197.09

785.99

Demand

Time

Deposit

Deposit

4624.61

32059.13

4757.91

32589.48

5230.85

33110.25

5013.41

34183.30

5084.02

34563.98

4901.62

34753.02

5281.71

35422.87

5378.35

35428.76

5546.60

35639.43

5353.32

36200.73

5199.78

36684.93

5255.16

36588.42

5632.63

37361.33

5714.64

37958.85

6456.10

38472.16

5829.65

39278.84

5740.06

39578.84

5708.00

39505.53

6216.34

40531.08

6046.71

40694.46

6161.31

40951.44

6572.83

42203.08

6379.64

42147.57

6444.35

43413.54

5908.23

43965.93

6040.50

44839.44

6417.05

45662.64

5856.31

47379.47

5629.50

47596.76

5504.16

47977.04

5671.04

49182.73

5615.35

49519.31

5607.44

49741.03

5678.19

50553.46

5599.77

50912.17

6410.03

51915.10

5955.56

51763.92

5970.66

52228.50

6253.30

52837.52

6002.23

54366.83

5817.75

54815.02

6512.93

55815.10

5939.23

56532.21

6062.55

56889.06

5986.84

56934.87

5851.72

58029.50

6225.70

58174.58

6371.93

58376.29

6103.64

59184.38

6304.97

59346.40

6622.99

60881.55

6317.90

61932.86

6550.61

62944.66

7162.43

63558.96

Sector
Jun 29, 2012

Non-food Credit (1 to 4)

44032.43

Agriculture & Allied Activities

5508.08

Industry (Micro & Small, Medium and Large)

20005.77

Micro & Small

2415.64

Medium

1177.87

Large

16412.26

Services

10433.74

Transport Operators

779.08

Computer Software

147.01

Tourism, Hotels & Restaurants

338.21

Shipping

74.75

Professional Services

490.65

Trade

2362.50

Wholesale Trade (other than food procurement)

1326.58

Retail Trade

1035.92

Commercial Real Estate

1160.22

Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs)

2542.13

Other Services

2539.19

Personal Loans

8084.84

Consumer Durables

74.73

Housing (Including Priority Sector Housing)

4143.57

Adv. against Fixed Deposits(Including FCNR(B),NRNR Dep. etc)


Advances to Individuals against share, bonds, etc.

523.07
27.78

Credit Card Outstanding

214.73

Education

509.23

Vehicle Loans

939.81

Other Personal Loans

1651.92

Priority Sector

14045.19

Agriculture & Allied Activities

5508.08

Micro & Small Enterprises

4936.90

5.2(a) Manufacturing

2415.64
2521.26

Housing

2554.35

Micro-Credit

151.88

Education Loans

487.71

State-Sponsored Orgs. for SC/ST

1.38

Weaker Sections

2387.16

Export Credit

391.72

Sector
Jan 25, 2013
Non-food Credit (1 to 4)
Agriculture & Allied Activities
Industry (Micro & Small, Medium and Large)

46621.19
5708.89
21427.89

Micro & Small

2649.87

Medium

1345.23

Large

17432.79

Services

10749.32

Transport Operators

775.03

Computer Software

160.71

Tourism, Hotels & Restaurants

358.90

Shipping

79.75

Professional Services

542.18

Trade

2580.68

Wholesale Trade (other than food procurement)

1404.60

Retail Trade

1176.08

Commercial Real Estate

1259.88

Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs)

2455.43

Other Services

2536.76

Personal Loans

8735.09

Consumer Durables

79.68

Housing (Including Priority Sector Housing)

4483.67

Adv. against Fixed Deposits(Including FCNR(B),NRNR Dep. etc)


Advances to Individuals against share, bonds, etc.

551.87
31.15

Credit Card Outstanding

252.44

Education

549.52

Vehicle Loans

1067.69

Other Personal Loans

1719.07

Priority Sector

14846.13

Agriculture & Allied Activities

5708.89

Micro & Small Enterprises

5329.77

5.2(a) Manufacturing

2649.87
2679.90

Housing

2628.03

Micro-Credit

151.09

Education Loans

524.63

State-Sponsored Orgs. for SC/ST

1.21

Weaker Sections

2618.62

Export Credit

409.35

credit extended by all scheduled commercial banks.

Industry
Jun 29, 2012
Mining & Quarrying (incl. Coal)

335.07

Food Processing

927.96

Sugar

298.14

Edible Oils & Vanaspati

124.65

Tea

22.17

Others

483.00

Beverage & Tobacco

146.61

Textiles

1615.18

Cotton Textiles

830.43

Jute Textiles

17.07

Man-Made Textiles

157.83

Other Textiles

609.86

Leather & Leather Products

82.16

Wood & Wood Products

66.19

Paper & Paper Products

257.51

Petroleum, Coal Products & Nuclear Fuels

620.36

Chemicals & Chemical Products

1268.85

Fertiliser

136.56

Drugs & Pharmaceuticals

460.48

Petro Chemicals

336.91

Others

334.90

Rubber, Plastic & their Products

298.95

Glass & Glassware

67.09

Cement & Cement Products

376.88

Basic Metal & Metal Product

2664.12

Iron & Steel

2009.15

Other Metal & Metal Product

654.97

All Engineering

1165.31

Electronics

273.21

Others

892.10

Vehicles, Vehicle Parts & Transport Equipment

560.49

Gems & Jewellery

536.08

Construction

491.45

Infrastructure

6488.30

Power

3420.72

Telecommunications

976.91

Roads

1159.06

Other Infrastructure

931.61

Other Industries

2037.20

Industries

20005.76

Industry
Jan 25, 2013
Mining & Quarrying (incl. Coal)
Food Processing

343.03
1095.03

Sugar

290.06

Edible Oils & Vanaspati

160.98

Tea
Others
Beverage & Tobacco
Textiles
Cotton Textiles
Jute Textiles
Man-Made Textiles

26.25
617.74
162.61
1743.04
872.83
21.47
183.64

Other Textiles

665.11

Leather & Leather Products

83.52

Wood & Wood Products

73.62

Paper & Paper Products

271.63

Petroleum, Coal Products & Nuclear Fuels

541.39

Chemicals & Chemical Products

1400.84

Fertiliser

213.10

Drugs & Pharmaceuticals

484.96

Petro Chemicals

347.48

Others

355.30

Rubber, Plastic & their Products

303.15

Glass & Glassware

70.14

Cement & Cement Products

444.27

Basic Metal & Metal Product

3034.39

Iron & Steel

2289.66

Other Metal & Metal Product

744.73

All Engineering

1233.94

Electronics

329.43

Others

904.51

Vehicles, Vehicle Parts & Transport Equipment

574.86

Gems & Jewellery

584.33

Construction

517.79

Infrastructure

7234.43

Power

4068.32

Telecommunications

926.47

Roads

1303.68

Other Infrastructure

935.95

Other Industries

1715.89

Industries

21427.90

credit extended by all scheduled commercial banks.

Aug 26,
2011
2
2011
Components
Currency in Circulation

9830.63

Bankers' Deposits with the RBI

3822.15

Scheduled Commercial Banks

3624.14

'Other' Deposits with the RBI


Reserve Money (C.I+C.II+C.III = S.I + S.II + S.III - S.IV - S.V)

27.66
13680.43
2011

RBI's Domestic Credit (S.I.1+S.I.2+S.I.3)

3717.13

Net RBI credit to the Government (S.I.1.1+S.I.1.2)

3681.32

Net RBI credit to the Central Government (S.I.1.1.1+S.I.1.1.2+S.I.1.1.3+S.I.1.1.4-S.I.1.1.5)

3677.41

Loans and Advances to the Central Government

211.92

Investments in Treasury Bills

0.00

Investments in Dated Government Securities

3464.01

S.I.1.1.3.1 Central Government Securities

3453.54

Rupee Coins

2.49

Deposits of the Central Government

1.01

Net RBI credit to State Governments

3.91

RBI's Claims on Banks

17.43

Loans and Advances to Scheduled Commercial Banks

17.01

RBI's Credit to Commercial Sector

18.39

Loans and Advances to Primary Dealers

5.16

Loans and Advances to NABARD

0.00

Government's Currency Liabilities to the Public

124.80

Net Foreign Exchange Assets of the RBI

14310.16

Gold

1119.40

Foreign Currency Assets

13190.94

Capital Account

4171.95

Other Items (net)

299.70

Apr 20,
2012
10
2012
Components
Currency in Circulation

11082.32

Bankers' Deposits with the RBI

3362.43

Scheduled Commercial Banks

3185.82

'Other' Deposits with the RBI


Reserve Money (C.I+C.II+C.III = S.I + S.II + S.III - S.IV - S.V)

15.59
14460.34
2012

RBI's Domestic Credit (S.I.1+S.I.2+S.I.3)

5568.59

Net RBI credit to the Government (S.I.1.1+S.I.1.2)

5493.92

Net RBI credit to the Central Government (S.I.1.1.1+S.I.1.1.2+S.I.1.1.3+S.I.1.1.4-S.I.1.1.5)

5478.56

Loans and Advances to the Central Government


Investments in Treasury Bills

0.00
0.00

Investments in Dated Government Securities

5477.60

S.I.1.1.3.1 Central Government Securities

5467.13

Rupee Coins

1.97

Deposits of the Central Government

1.01

Net RBI credit to State Governments

15.37

RBI's Claims on Banks

39.68

Loans and Advances to Scheduled Commercial Banks

39.35

RBI's Credit to Commercial Sector

34.99

Loans and Advances to Primary Dealers


Loans and Advances to NABARD
Government's Currency Liabilities to the Public
Net Foreign Exchange Assets of the RBI
Gold
Foreign Currency Assets

9.01
0.00
135.70
14948.68
1382.50
13566.35

Capital Account

5706.75

Other Items (net)

485.88

Dec 28,
2012
18
2012
Components
Currency in Circulation

11421.07

Bankers' Deposits with the RBI

3143.97

Scheduled Commercial Banks

2972.61

'Other' Deposits with the RBI


Reserve Money (C.I+C.II+C.III = S.I + S.II + S.III - S.IV - S.V)

15.00
14580.04
2012

RBI's Domestic Credit (S.I.1+S.I.2+S.I.3)

5787.34

Net RBI credit to the Government (S.I.1.1+S.I.1.2)

5504.67

Net RBI credit to the Central Government (S.I.1.1.1+S.I.1.1.2+S.I.1.1.3+S.I.1.1.4-S.I.1.1.5)

5497.99

Loans and Advances to the Central Government

0.00

Investments in Treasury Bills

0.00

Investments in Dated Government Securities

6322.72

Central Government Securities

6312.26

Rupee Coins
Deposits of the Central Government
Net RBI credit to State Governments

0.87
825.60
6.68

RBI's Claims on Banks

245.37

Loans and Advances to Scheduled Commercial Banks

244.25

RBI's Credit to Commercial Sector


Loans and Advances to Primary Dealers
Loans and Advances to NABARD
Government's Currency Liabilities to the Public
Net Foreign Exchange Assets of the RBI
Gold
Foreign Currency Assets

37.30
7.72
0.00
148.45
15929.82
1516.01
14413.99

Capital Account

6818.12

Other Items (net)

467.44

S.I.1.1.3.1) from September 2000 onwards.

Aug 26,

Aug 26,
(C.I+C.II.1+C.III)
(NM1+C.II.2.1)
(NM2+C.II.2.2+C.IV = S.I+S.II+S.III-S.IV-S.V)
Aug 26,
Currency with the Public
Aggregate Deposits of Residents (C.II.1+C.II.2)
Demand Deposits
Time Deposits of Residents (C.II.2.1+C.II.2.2)
Short-term Time Deposits
Certificates of Deposits (CDs)
Long-term Time Deposits
'Other' Deposits with RBI
Call/Term Funding from Financial Institutions
Aug 26,
Domestic Credit (S.I.1+S.I.2)
Net Bank Credit to the Government (S.I.1.1+S.I.1.2)
Net RBI credit to the Government
Credit to the Government by the Banking System
Bank Credit to the Commercial Sector (S.I.2.1+S.I.2.2)
RBI Credit to the Commercial Sector
Credit to the Commercial Sector by the Banking System
Other Investments ( Non-SLR Securities)
Government's Currency Liabilities to the Public
Net Foreign Exchange Assets of the banking sector (S.III.1+S.III.2)
Net Foreign Exchange Assets of the RBI
Net Foreign Currency Assets of the Banking System
Capital Account
Other items (net)

Apr 20,
(C.I+C.II.1+C.III)
(NM1+C.II.2.1)
(NM2+C.II.2.2+C.IV = S.I+S.II+S.III-S.IV-S.V)
Apr 20,
Currency with the Public
Aggregate Deposits of Residents (C.II.1+C.II.2)
Demand Deposits
Time Deposits of Residents (C.II.2.1+C.II.2.2)
Short-term Time Deposits
Certificates of Deposits (CDs)
Long-term Time Deposits
'Other' Deposits with RBI
Call/Term Funding from Financial Institutions
Apr 20,
Domestic Credit (S.I.1+S.I.2)
Net Bank Credit to the Government (S.I.1.1+S.I.1.2)

Net RBI credit to the Government


Credit to the Government by the Banking System
Bank Credit to the Commercial Sector (S.I.2.1+S.I.2.2)
RBI Credit to the Commercial Sector
Credit to the Commercial Sector by the Banking System
Other Investments ( Non-SLR Securities)
Government's Currency Liabilities to the Public
Net Foreign Exchange Assets of the banking sector (S.III.1+S.III.2)
Net Foreign Exchange Assets of the RBI
Net Foreign Currency Assets of the Banking System
Capital Account
Other items (net)

Dec 28,
2012
18
Dec 28,
(C.I+C.II.1+C.III)

18022.21

(NM1+C.II.2.1)

45005.29

(NM2+C.II.2.2+C.IV = S.I+S.II+S.III-S.IV-S.V)

80026.28
Dec 28,

Currency with the Public

10926.05

Aggregate Deposits of Residents (C.II.1+C.II.2)

67043.57

Demand Deposits

7081.16

Time Deposits of Residents (C.II.2.1+C.II.2.2)

59962.41

Short-term Time Deposits

26983.08

Certificates of Deposits (CDs)

3348.39

Long-term Time Deposits

32979.32

'Other' Deposits with RBI

15.00

Call/Term Funding from Financial Institutions

2041.67
Dec 28,

Domestic Credit (S.I.1+S.I.2)

82001.70

Net Bank Credit to the Government (S.I.1.1+S.I.1.2)

25499.56

Net RBI credit to the Government

5504.67

Credit to the Government by the Banking System

19994.90

Bank Credit to the Commercial Sector (S.I.2.1+S.I.2.2)

56502.14

RBI Credit to the Commercial Sector


Credit to the Commercial Sector by the Banking System
Other Investments ( Non-SLR Securities)
Government's Currency Liabilities to the Public

37.30
56464.84
3338.74
148.45

Net Foreign Exchange Assets of the banking sector (S.III.1+S.III.2)

14643.87

Net Foreign Exchange Assets of the RBI

15929.82

Net Foreign Currency Assets of the Banking System

-1285.95

Capital Account

13300.34

Other items (net)

3467.40

Aug 26,
2011
2
Components
Aggregate Deposits of Residents(C.I.1+C.I.2)

54383.27

Demand Deposits

5615.35

Time Deposits of Residents(C.I.2.1+C.I.2.2)

48767.93

Short-term Time Deposits

21945.57

Certificates of Deposits (CDs)

4126.14

Long-term Time Deposits

26822.36

Call/Term Funding from Financial Institutions

1623.55

Domestic Credit(S.I.1+S.I.2)

60577.89

Credit to the Government

16981.35

Credit to the Commercial Sector(S.I.2.1+S.I.2.2+S.I.1.2.3+S.I.1.2.4)

43596.54

Bank Credit

40476.30

Non-food Credit

39740.49

Net credit to Primary Dealers

30.82

Investments in Other Approved Securities

40.25

Other Investments (in non-SLR Securities)

3049.17

Net Foreign currency Assets of Commercial Banks (S.II.1-S.II.2-S.II.3)

-1296.26

Foreign Currency Assets

266.17

Non-resident Foreign Currency Repatriable Fixed Deposits

751.39

Overseas Foreign Currency Borrowings

811.03

Net Bank Reserves(S.III.1+S.III.2-S.III.3)

3962.36

Balances with the RBI

3624.14

Cash in Hand

355.24

Loans and Advances from the RBI

17.01

Capital Account

5226.44

Other items (net) (S.I+S.II+S.III-S.IV-C.I-C.II)(net) (S.I+S.II+S

2010.73

Other Demand & Time Liabilities (net of S.II.3)(net of S.II.3)

2790.73

Net Inter-Bank Liabilities (other than to PDs)

-379.44
Apr 20,
2012
10

Components
Aggregate Deposits of Residents(C.I.1+C.I.2)
Demand Deposits

59590.20
6002.23

Time Deposits of Residents(C.I.2.1+C.I.2.2)

53587.97

Short-term Time Deposits

24114.59

Certificates of Deposits (CDs)


Long-term Time Deposits
Call/Term Funding from Financial Institutions

4498.23
29473.39
1963.54

Domestic Credit(S.I.1+S.I.2)

67274.29

Credit to the Government

18159.04

Credit to the Commercial Sector(S.I.2.1+S.I.2.2+S.I.1.2.3+S.I.1.2.4)

49115.25

Bank Credit

46192.49

Non-food Credit

45376.05

Net credit to Primary Dealers

43.84

Investments in Other Approved Securities

29.27

Other Investments (in non-SLR Securities)

2849.64

S.II.3)

-889.65

Foreign Currency Assets

637.19

Non-resident Foreign Currency Repatriable Fixed Deposits

778.86

Overseas Foreign Currency Borrowings

747.98

Net Bank Reserves(S.III.1+S.III.2-S.III.3)

3521.43

Balances with the RBI

3185.82

Cash in Hand

374.96

Loans and Advances from the RBI

39.35

Capital Account

5834.25

Other items (net) (S.I+S.II+S.III-S.IV-C.I-C.II)(net) (S.I+S.II+S

2518.08

Other Demand & Time Liabilities (net of S.II.3)(net of S.II.3)

2713.76

Net Inter-Bank Liabilities (other than to PDs)

-561.14

Dec 28,
2012
18
Aggregate Deposits of Residents(C.I.1+C.I.2)
Demand Deposits

63894.44
6365.55

Time Deposits of Residents(C.I.2.1+C.I.2.2)

57528.89

Short-term Time Deposits

25888.00

Certificates of Deposits (CDs)


Long-term Time Deposits
Call/Term Funding from Financial Institutions

3348.39
31640.89
2041.67

Domestic Credit(S.I.1+S.I.2)

72914.98

Credit to the Government

19347.82

Credit to the Commercial Sector(S.I.2.1+S.I.2.2+S.I.1.2.3+S.I.1.2.4)

53567.16

Bank Credit

50237.73

Non-food Credit

49162.15

Net credit to Primary Dealers


Investments in Other Approved Securities
Other Investments (in non-SLR Securities)
S.II.3)

57.88
22.44
3249.12
-1285.95

Foreign Currency Assets

420.19

Non-resident Foreign Currency Repatriable Fixed Deposits

816.58

Overseas Foreign Currency Borrowings

889.56

Net Bank Reserves(S.III.1+S.III.2-S.III.3)

3174.78

Balances with the RBI

2972.61

Cash in Hand
Loans and Advances from the RBI
Capital Account

446.41
244.25
6240.51

Other items (net) (S.I+S.II+S.III-S.IV-C.I-C.II)(net) (S.I+S.II+S

2627.18

Other Demand & Time Liabilities (net of S.II.3)(net of S.II.3)

3061.66

Net Inter-Bank Liabilities (other than to PDs)

-659.28

NM3

Postal
Deposits

2
NM3

3
Postal Dep L1

56308.88

1175.11

56770.41

1181.14

56880.95

1188.13

58227.35

1194.82

58301.22

1201.77

58636.14

1204.07

60403.21

1205.79

60445.39

1209.21

61812.09

1210.06

62168.59

1199.05

63272.02

1188.76

64718.11
NM3

1198.32
Postal Dep L1

66180.93

1195.22

66359.15

1195.37

66648.78

1204.03

67869.12

1199.27

68314.12

1197.51

68609.15

1196.23

69588.09

1199.88

70065.08

1203.60

71799.64

1213.36

71711.75

1215.23

72369.38

1218.83

73707.58
NM3

1241.50
Postal Dep L1

75265.15

1248.76

75733.35

1264.23

77343.02

1279.35

77362.41

1294.68

77921.46

1309.14

77909.07

1323.93

78786.99

1337.12

79595.29

1349.94

80026.28

1364.76

80848.36

1372.05

81445.22

1379.08

83575.60
NM3

1398.81
Postal Dep L1

84605.52

1398.81

85965.68

1398.81

87228.05

1398.81

87310.16

1398.81

st office recurring deposits,

C.Since October 2004,

deposits of ` 200

available month

Apr.

May
2

20.00
1.50
8.33

9.50
0.10
6.96

8.00
1.00
6.11

8.25
1.75
6.62

4.90
1.20
3.28

3.75
0.50
3.17

4.10
0.25
3.49

5.30
0.30
3.83

7.10
2.85
6.58

8.45
3.25
7.15

9.60
6.75
8.62

8.60
7.10
8.27

8.50
5.50
7.53

7.65
6.00
7.29

Dated Securities - Face Value


Purchase
State
Market

Government and
Others
2

6.15

0.00

10.22

0.00

2.53

0.00

17.77

0.00

6.98

0.00

4.83

0.00

4.72

0.00

85.41

0.00

417.56

0.00

183.01

0.00

43.54

0.00

5.26

0.00

4.52

0.00

2.93

0.00

14.53

0.00

9.26

0.00

4.73

0.00

5.41

0.00

7.21

0.00

104.00

0.00

339.00

0.00

360.94

0.00

327.84

0.00

242.35

0.00

135.57

0.00

434.44

0.00

236.78

1.45

26.24
18.49

0.00

9.02

1.25

10.83

5.40

2.37

0.00

393.65

0.00

88.78

2.60

111.66

7.85

174.57

0.00

14.44

0.00

102.89

1.05

76.25

0.00

23.02

0.00

oner, Bhopal and include transactions on

ernments and others.

s) under Special Market Operations

Central

State

Govern-

Govern-

ment

ment

securities

securities
2

2136.32

79.28

3754.80

59.60

3194.95

58.62

2122.08

24.42

2622.47

30.62

2432.18

36.78

2174.52

25.02

1528.98

29.96

1526.55

29.06

1405.01

40.37

1398.87

35.11

1791.69

60.20

1108.50

22.55

1471.10

30.13

2697.21

28.86

2218.59

41.59

3147.40

27.80

2464.35

27.29

1841.63

33.11

2157.93

32.10

4320.11

87.71

4957.83

65.51

2966.24

43.41

1971.75

73.72

2821.27

85.23

3339.75

80.07

5410.06

66.25

4622.82

90.14

3746.69

110.44

4941.28

66.89

4590.37

147.60

2984.66

73.57

3932.57

94.39

10247.63

179.42

6739.66

97.69

5825.56

115.45

9328.53

137.21

18524.99

174.37

8557.24

133.45

ITIES (Concld.)

Central

State

Govern-

Govern-

ment

ment

securities

securities
11

12

3516.13

24.03

3443.20

11.08

1984.86

4.10

2663.42

17.99

2995.69

4.85

3006.95

14.68

2875.70

11.95

1953.78

7.03

2533.74

6.87

2093.50

12.53

2241.46

5.47

3231.22

6.29

1949.17

6.69

1973.05

11.10

2482.81

30.39

1570.90

45.04

1876.37

12.00

2116.22

17.48

1801.68

9.99

1649.94

8.23

1669.26

29.55

1521.11

6.59

1822.61

19.37

1435.65

32.34

998.82

12.71

1585.57

21.40

2165.04

9.98

1993.04

24.53

1892.81

120.98

2457.93

81.04

3343.19

148.75

2705.20

147.40

2466.86

76.67

3075.15

25.25

3458.95

4.51

3040.81

39.60

3398.80

12.37

4777.85

37.48

3123.30

22.61

Apr.

May
2

5.8988
6.9923
7.3218
7.5319

5.7524
7.417
7.45
7.5234

2.965
3.1159
3.4601 -

2.601
3.225

3.6609
3.9533
4.4078
4.8938 -

5.4929
5.084
5.1148

7.47
8.0727

7.5332
-

8.23
8.3029
8.3544
8.3506
8.16

8.3746
8.3848
8.3803
8.24

7.5702
7.5461
7.5439
7.5013

7.2609
7.2984
7.2669
7.2583

Apr.

May
2

5.0253

5.2199

5.9062

5.7731

6.3955

6.4002

6.8631

6.8003

7.282

7.2405

7.4902

7.5074

7.6367

7.6095

7.7957

7.5834

7.9548

7.5447

7.7766

7.5206

7.8811

7.6701

7.9846

7.8272

8.0536

8.0028

8.1226

8.0855

8.1916

8.0946

8.2605

8.1038

8.3295

8.1129

8.3562

8.1285

8.3683

8.1453

8.3805

8.1621

8.3926

8.1186

8.4048

8.2209

8.2089

8.1736

8.1384

8.1031

8.0678
-

6.3112

8.3124

6.9231

8.3554

7.535

8.3985

8.1469

8.4415

8.2318

8.4771

8.2385

8.478

8.169

8.478

8.1525

8.4513

8.1359

8.4246

8.1267

8.4123

8.2552

8.4895

8.3151

8.5213

8.351

8.5439

8.387

8.5665

8.423

8.589

8.459

8.6116

8.495

8.6182

8.6215

8.6248

8.6282

8.6315

8.6348

8.6382

8.6415

8.6448

8.6481

8.6515

8.6548

8.6581

8.6614

Apr.

May
2

8.004

8.0093

8.1086

8.0607

8.2132

8.1121

8.3178

8.201

8.4434

8.2914

8.6149

8.3686

8.5664

8.3337

8.5482

8.336

8.6047

8.4013

8.6523

8.4599

8.6739

8.4733

8.6851

8.4689

8.7123

8.4953

8.7583

8.5475

8.8042

8.5998

8.8273

8.618

8.8356

8.6211

8.844

8.6242

8.8555

8.6386

8.8715

8.6651

8.8876

8.6915

8.9036

8.7179

8.9197

8.7443

8.9357

8.7708

8.9307

8.7709

8.9232

8.7705

8.9156

8.7702

8.9081

8.7698

8.9006

8.7695

8.8931

8.7691

7.5004

7.1731

7.4794

7.2975

7.4684

7.3241

7.5412

7.3467

7.5743

7.2958

7.5935

7.2374

7.5832

7.3122

7.6419

7.4231

7.7491

7.4615

7.7879

7.4803

7.8422

7.5013

7.823

7.4553

7.7912

7.4349

7.8257

7.4484

7.8642

7.4614

7.9027

7.4744

7.9413

7.4874

7.9535

7.4955

7.9268

7.4985

7.9243

7.4807

7.9299

7.4586

7.8772

7.4364

7.8634

7.4879

7.8838

7.4708

7.9043

7.4518

7.9247

7.4615

7.9452

7.5213

7.9657

7.527

7.9572

7.5133

7.9021

7.4835

Apr.

May

Amount &

Amount &

no.of issues

no.of issues
2

23.04 (5)

3
24.86 (1)

23.04 (5)

24.86 (1)
0

0 5.00 (1)
0 5.00 (1)
0

0 5.00 (1)
0 5.00 (1)
0
23.04 (5)

0
29.86 (2)

23.04 (5)

29.86 (2)
0

Oct.

Nov.

Amount &

Amount &

no.of issues

no.of issues
8

24.74 (4)

9
16.86 (5)

24.74 (4)

16.51 (4)
0 0.35 (1)
0

2.61 (1)

2.61 (1)

0
0

2.61 (1)

2.61 (1)

0
0

27.34 (5)
27.34 (5)

0
16.86 (5)
16.51 (4)

0 0.35 (1)

Apr.

May

Amount &

Amount &

no.of issues

no.of issues
14

20.23 (6)

15
2.03 (4)

20.23 (6)

2.03 (4)
0

0
20.23 (6)

0
2.03 (4)

20.23 (6)

2.03 (4)
0

Oct.

Nov.

Amount &

Amount &

no.of issues

no.of issues
20

21

0 10.62 (2)
0 10.62 (2)
0

0 10.62 (2)
0 10.62 (2)
0

0 10.62 (2)
0 10.62 (2)
0

Apr.

May

Amount &

Amount &

no.of issues

no.of issues
26

2.00 (1)

27
2.46 (4)

2.00 (1)

1.88 (2)
0 0.58 (2)
0

0
2.00 (1)

0
2.46 (4)

2.00 (1)

1.88 (2)
0 0.58 (2)

Oct.

Nov.

Amount &

Amount &

no.of issues

no.of issues
32

0.09 (1)

33
1.10 (1)

0.09 (1)

1.10 (1)
0

0
0.09 (1)

0
1.10 (1)

0.09 (1)

1.10 (1)
0

: Data for 2012-13 are Provisional.

Apr.

May
2

21.51

19.01

-4

-3

1.67

0.00

-1 (-)
6.95

5.82

-3

-4

7.20

3.01

-6

-5

0.00

0.00

(-)

(-)

: 1. Data for the year 2012-13 are provisional.

: Reserve Bank of India.

Apr.

May
2

81.23

211.15

89.67

-86.47

32.49

-25.46

-12.18

-13.32

61.41

207.84

: 1. Data for the year 2013-14 are provisional.

Apr.

May
2

3233.17

3894.21

5447.01

5213.31

5885.55

5554.14

5287.41

4984.25

5709.87

6076.87

: The averages are based on daily closing index.

Apr.

May
2

3359.83

3957.96

5294.76

5052.97

5839.09

5492.20

5254.48

4966.51

5699.76

6064.52
: The averages are based on daily closing index.
Source : National Stock Exchange of India Ltd. (NSE).

Apr.

May
2

10911.20 13046.14 14782.47 14635.19 15414.67 16338.45 16825.66 16684.29 17090.31 17260.41 16183.81 17302.72 15585.21
17678.64 16844.54 17299.75 17847.83 18176.86 19352.86 20249.75 20126.35 19927.59 19288.54 18036.62 18456.86 18605.18
19450.14 18325.45 18228.94 18616.41 16887.53 16694.77 16822.84 16664.48 15959.97 16357.57 17836.33 17415.88 17422.88
17282.96 16396.23 16737.14 17210.19 17583.89 18125.30 18720.92 18672.11 19365.19 19874.66 19463.74 19147.18 18202.10
18815.78 19967.82 19129.29 19709.71

: The averages are based on daily BSE Sensex closing index.


Source : Bombay Stock Exchange Limited (BSE).

Apr.

May
2

889.43

1285.42

939.29

866.80

693.36

594.94

423.05

416.55

409.80

499.96
: Turnover pertains to the spot market at BSE.

Apr.

May

2666.97

3825.61

2765.66

2846.25

2283.48

2338.76

1983.24

2167.55

2107.98

2443.92
: Turnover pertains to the spot market at NSE.
Source : National Stock Exchange of India Ltd. (NSE).

Apr.

May
2

66406.11 66735.73 64002.95 62576.79

hange Limited (BSE) since August 1999.

Apr.

May
2

33750.25

45645.72

61178.58

59325.78

67536.14

65697.43

60592.58

56955.47

64903.73

65182.27
: National Stock Exchange of India Ltd. (NSE).

Index
futures
2
0.01
0.04
0.02
0.01
0.03
0.04

0.05
0.01
0.13
0.01
0.93
0.26
1.54
0.10
0.01
0.12
0.20
0.10
4.74
25.46
192.53
375.45
466.39
340.75
376.78
1782.63
315.89
208.59
204.54
170.98
86.24
45.16
36.36
22.74
24.00
36.74
34.84
27.73
1213.81
72.69
70.55
65.21
100.45
308.90
:

2008-09
2
329.39
402.62

129.25
298.54
9.10
-142.36
144.16
594.40
417.52
445.53
443.18
298.59
1. Data for March 2013 relates to provisional accounts.

Exports
2
18139.1
17282.0
20667.1
16954.5
17750.4
18984.2
19080.8
22575.0
23349.4
22691.8
23243.5
30418.5
251136.2
:

2010-11
Exports

Imports

807.18

1409.52

791.71

1362.76

962.40

1334.08

794.10

1389.66

826.60

1262.35

874.44

1359.36

847.39

1441.65

1016.29

1298.43

1054.38

1422.94

1030.06

1514.03

1056.09

1498.17

1368.57

1541.72

11429.22

16834.67

RCHANDISE

Exports
Oil
2
1516.6
1500.2
1417.7
1808.7
2110.1
2406.0
2739.4
2944.0
3082.2
2482.6
2453.8
3730.5
2747.6
2583.5
3343.3
2926.8
3031.3
3020.6
3482.1
3228.4

3936.7
4082.6
3914.7
5182.4

RCHANDISE

Exports
Oil

Non-Oil
2

75.92

548.63

72.81

524.95

67.73

582.27

87.68

607.56

101.99

554.70

116.55

591.84

127.99

563.76

137.09

558.28

143.72

625.35

114.10

600.90

113.68

616.34

169.72

751.77

122.27

684.91

118.35

673.36

155.69

806.72

137.08

657.02

141.16

685.44

139.13

735.31

154.64

692.75

145.34

870.95

177.77

876.62

185.32

844.73

177.87

878.22

233.17

1135.41

Credit
2
39166
38710
22414
2297
2501
388
100
17127
Software services

11004

Business services

2586

Financial services

1116

Communication services

418
13345
47
13298
2951
2723

ii) Compensation of employees

227
77876

48575
a) Foreign direct investment (i+ii)

9950
9825
7290

Reinvested earnings

2167
368
125
125

Reinvested earnings

38625
38602

38559
GDRs/ADRs

43
23
13111
1014
13
1001
1972
244
1728
10126

i) Suppliers' Credit > 180 days &


10126
ii) Suppliers' credit up to 180 days

15577
15577
4368
11209

Non-Resident Deposits

11172
545
77808
458
156143
-

SDR Allocation

Credit
14
57210
41753
25022
3004
3143
410
94
18371
Software services

11802

Business services

4819

Financial services

1228

Communication services

325
13754
59
13695
2977
2749

ii) Compensation of employees

227
98963

53703
a) Foreign direct investment (i+ii)

9637
9342
5991

Reinvested earnings

3275
76
294
294

Reinvested earnings

44066
43972
42858

GDRs/ADRs

1114
94
23448
3210
19
3191
4413
185
4228
15825

i) Suppliers' Credit > 180 days &


14681
ii) Suppliers' credit up to 180 days

1144
16745
16743
3263
13480

Non-Resident Deposits

11252
2
1478
95374
194337
-

SDR Allocation

Credit
26
78642
2. Invisibles (a+b+c)

52085
34055

i) Travel

3697

ii) Transportation

4355

iii) Insurance

569

iv) G.n.i.e.

139

v) Miscellaneous

25295

of which
Software services

14950

Business services

5780

Financial services

1282

Communication services

360
15538

i) Official

46

ii) Private

15491
2493

i) Investment income

1904

ii) Compensation of employees

589

Total current account(1+2)

130727

1. Foreign investment (a+b)

66052

a) Foreign direct investment (i+ii)

17351
16947

Equity

13445

Reinvested earnings

2051

Other capital

1451
404

Equity

404

Reinvested earnings

Other capital

b) Portfolio investment

48701
48607

of which
FIIs
GDRs/ADRs

48329
278
94
32191

a) External assistance

1236
17
1219

b) Commercial borrowings

6790
339

6451
c) Short term to India

24165

i) Suppliers' Credit > 180 days &


Buyers' Credit

22682

ii) Suppliers' credit up to 180 days

1483

3. Banking capital (a+b)

28767

a) Commercial banks

28736
10858

ii) Liabilities

17878

Non-Resident Deposits

12488
31

4. Rupee debt service

1672

Total capital account (1 to 5)

128683
-

D. Overall balance (A+B+C)


E. Monetary movements (i+ii)

259410
-

ii) Foreign Exchange Reserves


(Increase - / Decrease +)

SDR Allocation

(US $ million)

Credit
38
75001
2. Invisibles (a+b+c)

55403
35773

i) Travel

3506

ii) Transportation

4250

iii) Insurance
iv) G.n.i.e.
v) Miscellaneous

532
159
27326

of which
Software services

15631

Business services

7611

Financial services

1306

Communication services

419
17495

i) Official

40

ii) Private

17455
2135

i) Investment income
ii) Compensation of employees

1436
698

Total current account(1+2)

130403

1. Foreign investment (a+b)

43581

a) Foreign direct investment (i+ii)

8168

i) In India

7305

Equity

4683

Reinvested earnings

2259

Other capital

363

ii) Abroad

863

Equity

863

Reinvested earnings

Other capital

b) Portfolio investment

35413

i) In India

35175

of which
FIIs

35081

GDRs/ADRs

94

ii) Abroad

238
36777

a) External assistance

945

i) By India

13

ii) To India

932

b) Commercial borrowings

5624

i) By India

1068

ii) To India

4556

c) Short term to India

30208

i) Suppliers' Credit > 180 days &


Buyers' Credit
ii) Suppliers' credit up to 180 days

30208
-

3. Banking capital (a+b)

25787

a) Commercial banks

25787

ii) Liabilities

19352

6434
Non-Resident Deposits

19338
-

4. Rupee debt service

3209

Total capital account (1 to 5)

109355

D. Overall balance (A+B+C)

240838

1080
E. Monetary movements (i+ii)

ii) Foreign Exchange Reserves


(Increase - / Decrease +)
SDR Allocation

Q1 to 2012-13: Q3 are partially revised.

Credit

2
1911
1889
1094
112
122
19
5
836
Software services

537

Business services

126

Financial services

54

Communication services

20
651
2
649
144

i) Investment income

133

ii) Compensation of employees

11
3799

2370
a) Foreign direct investment (i+ii)

485
479
356

Reinvested earnings

106
18
6
6

Reinvested earnings

1884
1883

FIIs

1881

GDRs/ADRs

2
1
640
49
1
49

b) Commercial borrowings
96
12
84
c) Short term Credit to India

494

180 days & Buyers' Credit

494
760
760

213
547
Non-Resident Deposits

545
27
3796
22
7618

E. Monetary movements (i+ii)

ii) Foreign exchange reserves


(Increase - / Decrease +)

SDR Allocation

Credit
14
2610
1905
1142
137
143
19
4
838
Software services

538

Business services

220

Financial services

56

Communication services

15
628
3
625
136
125

ii) Compensation of employees

10
4515

2450
440
426
273
149
3

13
13
2011
2006
1955
GDRs/ADRs

51
4
1070
146
1
146
201
8
193
722
670
52
764
764
149
615

Non-Resident Deposits

513
67
4352
8867
-

SDR Allocation

Credit
26
3516
2329
1523
165
195

25
6
1131
Software services

668

Business services

258

Financial services

57

Communication services

16
695
2
693
111

i) Investment income

85

ii) Compensation of employees

26
5845

2953
a) Foreign direct investment (i+ii)

776
758
601

Reinvested earnings

92
65
18
18

Reinvested earnings

2177
2173

FIIs

2161

GDRs/ADRs

12
4
1439
55
1
55

b) Commercial borrowings
304
15
288
c) Short term Credit to India

1080

180 days & Buyers' Credit

1014
66
1286
1285
485
799

Non-Resident Deposits

558
1
75
5753

11598
E. Monetary movements (i+ii)

ii) Foreign exchange reserves


(Increase - / Decrease +)

SDR Allocation

Credit
38
4058
2998
1935
190
230
29
9
1478
Software services

846

Business services

412

Financial services

71

Communication services

23
947
2
944
115

i) Investment income

78

ii) Compensation of employees

38
7056

2358
a) Foreign direct investment (i+ii)

442
395
253

Reinvested earnings

122
20
47
47

Reinvested earnings

1916
1903

FIIs
GDRs/ADRs

1898
5

13
1990
51
1
50
304
58
247
1634
180 days & Buyers' Credit

1634
1395
1395
348
1047

Non-Resident Deposits

1046
0
174
5917
58
13031
-

ii) Foreign exchange reserves


(Increase - / Decrease +)

SDR Allocation

Q1 to 2012-13: Q3 are partially revised.

THE SDR, US DOLLAR,

VIS--VIS

SDR
Average

End-month
2

74.7001

75.2213

73.8537

73.2075

73.8062

74.3052

75.2912

74.8083

75.4311

76.5492

76.4008

75.7857

74.2886

74.6614

74.5264

74.8413

73.841

73.1797

71.8838

72.0679

71.2679

70.8511

69.5092

68.5335

67.4873

67.1542

67.7475

68.6153

68.3688

68.9166

70.5267

70.5502

70.7076

71.0394

70.2568

69.7282

69.7325

70.0074

70.1671

70.2469

69.3557

69.1477

70.1588

71.771

71.062

71.0702

71.1023

70.793

71.1192

71.9383

71.7406

72.0825

71.7212

71.5722

70.8262

70.612

72.7112

74.016

75.1172

76.6854

77.4141

77.5032

79.3706

80.9448

81.3655

81.7835

78.653

77.0576

76.1955

76.1516

77.5235

79.2512

79.9522

81.4346

83.2752

85.2086

84.9084

85.4533

83.5952

84.18

84.0775

84.8069

83.8967

81.2684

81.6234

83.3715

83.7145

83.6876

84.0363

84.2957

83.3885

82.1362

82.0755

81.4578

81.7708

81.4764

81.7909

81.8163

82.4347

84.674

88.3221

89.786

89.8964

92.483

95.9741

100.878

1. The exchange rate for Japanese Yen is in ` per 100 Yen.

SDR
High

Low
2

73.8285

75.4023

72.2789

75.6018

72.4223

75.5196

74.124

76.5808

74.2931

76.5492

75.7857

76.9687

73.2257

75.4882

73.8165

75.105

72.9916

74.838

71.3511

72.8794

70.5527

72.0295

68.2883

70.4439

67.0695

68.0976

66.4478

69.9795

67.35

69.1745

69.649

71.4403

70.3349

71.0772

69.5434

70.995

69.0861

70.0481

69.1773

70.7884

68.8544

69.9188

68.9631

71.771

70.3968

71.8819

70.612

71.7576

70.1956

71.9383

71.1602

72.3066

71.2078

72.1917

70.2731

71.3557

70.6509

74.239

73.1032

77.4665

76.1145

78.8612

77.0588

82.4429

79.9808

83.35

76.5972

82.1301

75.2219

77.0119

76.1893

79.2512

78.3484

81.6227

81.5016

85.4723

83.64

86.6228

82.4362

84.5974

83.2494

84.8069

81.2684

85.3986

79.7118

83.3715

82.3418

85.4124

83.0213

84.9668

82.1362

84.7666

81.4578

82.6549

81.3121

82.9229

81.2988

82.392

81.1912

84.674

84.881

91.1104

88.9506

92.483

91.6758

103.95

1. The exchange rate for Japanese Yen is in ` per 100 Yen.

Export-based Weights
REER

NEER
2

3
(Base: 2004-05 = 100)

93.77

90.71

94.36

92.45

91.08

89.11

91.96

89.90

93.48

90.96

94.26

91.37

93.58

89.86

94.15

89.60

93.48

88.72

96.28

91.19

97.56

91.20

98.32

91.66

101.45

93.29

101.62

93.81

103.90

95.47

107.02

97.30

106.21

96.42

105.46

95.54

103.98

93.47

103.13

92.99

104.41

93.95

106.49

95.69

105.54

94.54

107.62

95.16

108.13

94.09

107.12

93.70

107.90

94.02

109.01

94.36

107.65

93.36

108.01

93.46

gy on the indices,

untries covered

Purch-ase
Sales
Spott

2
2011-12
P

61445.9

59932.4

68309.2

71674.7

56888.2

56272.9

52167.2

51717.6

59448.7

60544.1

56081.2

54210.8

49418.9

49938.9

49648.2

49467.7

55149.7

53993.1

49694.3

46725.7

55396.0

51317.7

63837.6

62177.3

2012-13
P

43372.3

44031.8

53108.6

50382.8

49115.7

53708.1

47481.4

48534.1

44101.2

42966.5

51417.7

49245.6

49719.1

48902.5

46304.6

46156.8

60727.3

54689.7

54273.2

53842.0

51441.2

48105.2

59082.1

53803.0

Foreign Currency INR: Indian Rupees

1-month

3-month
2

3.77
3.64
3.46
2.69
2.98

3.34
3.42
3.29
2.57
2.80

2.61
2.68
2.25
2.67

2.66
2.93
2.46
2.51

2.83
2.18
3.44
3.47
3.44
4.40
5.26
5.69
6.00
7.85
7.18
7.05

2.93
2.78
3.28
3.43
2.88
3.72
4.73
5.38
5.75
6.94
6.50
6.59

6.79
6.33
8.03
7.42
6.77

6.78
6.66
7.31
7.48
6.68

SDRs
` billion

US $
million
2

221.42

4982

225.80

4861

227.19

4875

232.57

5006

234.20

4974

230.46

5130

230.80

5182

231.61

5031

227.53

5078

236.63

5150

234.36

5187

204.01

4569

207.31

4671

207.72

4613

206.32

4614

203.55

4609

213.46

4638

220.36

4504

223.52

4574

233.51

4476

235.93

4429

222.30

4475

219.72

4490

228.66

4469

234.96

4474

245.89

4358

246.59

4379

242.91

4353

244.76

4393

234.55

4451

240.62

4446

241.54

4430

243.00

4436

237.08

4449

235.14

4373

235.38

4328

236.17

4356

244.45

4327

259.21

4342

266.99

4369

291.26

4375

bonds issued by

allocated under

old from IMF on

Foreign

Foreign

Currency

Currency

Purchase

Sales

3
Purchase in US Sales in US Dol Outstanding Net

204

2691

923

2360

1279

235

570

625

415

234

260

180

125

50

234

270

Purchase in US Sales in US Dol Outstanding Net

370

260

260 450 1370

500
Purchase in US Sales in US Dol Outstanding Net

: This table is based on value dates.

Demand

Time
Deposits Deposits deposits

6036.70

39395.95

5829.65

39278.84

5776.38

39638.45

5740.06

39578.84

5832.35

39663.25

5708.00

39505.53

6154.76

40213.73

5769.94

40197.31

6216.34

40531.08

5916.37

40474.10

6046.71

40694.46

5907.61

41071.02

6161.31

40951.44

6020.90

41907.62

6572.83

42203.08

5905.55

42222.31

6379.64

42147.57

6040.63

42407.27

5785.14

42277.14

6444.35

43413.54

5700.07

43769.62

5908.23

43965.93

5752.52

44707.22

6040.50

44839.44

6001.41

45441.82

6417.05

45662.64

5852.71

47469.63

5856.31

47379.47

5742.94

47449.17

5629.50

47596.76

5585.62

48048.34

5504.16

47977.04

6046.73

48889.87

5454.07

48772.15

5671.04

49182.73

5477.33

49474.34

5615.35

49519.31

5503.88

49771.48

5607.44

49741.03

5780.19

50513.55

5678.19

50553.46

5655.14

50924.23

5599.77

50912.17

5725.50

51410.52

5617.01

51145.81

6410.03

51915.10

5975.87

51746.60

5955.56

51763.92

5933.27

52113.03

5970.66

52228.50

5991.59

52869.90

6253.30

52837.52

ES (Concld.)

Demand

Time Aggregate

deposits

deposits

6484.49

54503.57

6002.23

54366.83

6023.69

54631.99

5817.75

54815.02

5945.81

55482.62

5881.53

55300.34

6512.93

55815.10

5831.80

56428.43

5939.23

56532.21

5847.22

57015.96

6062.55

56889.06

5888.12

57386.70

5986.84

56934.87

6100.31

58016.68

5851.72

58029.50

5946.23

58389.39

5958.17

58103.95

6225.70

58174.58

6119.08

58190.90

6371.93

58376.29

6031.20

59292.05

6103.64

59184.38

6111.83

59635.86

6304.97

59346.40

6164.63

60406.46

6622.99

60881.55

6663.25

62309.00

6317.90

61932.86

6447.64

62240.47

6248.59

62312.93

6550.61

62944.66

6403.86

62954.58

7162.43

63558.96

: Data relate to outstanding figures.

Total
outstanding
2
15
30
15
31
15
30
15
31
15
31
15
30
15
31
15
30
15
31
15
31
15
28
15
31

831.65
987.69
1003.64
1090.39
1065.80
997.92
1077.55
1127.04
1272.71
1265.49
1232.25
1120.03
1320.93
1496.20
1231.08
1177.93
1021.56
825.42
989.13
1017.52
1037.26
1012.91
964.87
803.05

15
30
15
31
15

1055.18
1249.91
1268.35
1212.21
1234.00

30
15
31
15
31
15
30
15
31
15
30

1046.89
1283.47
1336.91
1424.52
1488.12
1597.01
1446.21
1664.62
1687.69
1760.69
1734.76

1. Data pertain to commercial paper issued at face value by companies.

Total
outstanding
2
9

3418.30

23

3368.07

3407.57

21

3403.43

3370.06

18

3215.89

3423.62

16

3277.20

30

3248.10

13

3275.82

27

3416.16

10

3482.03

24

3373.22

3441.58

22

3433.53

3321.26

19

3329.82

3331.09

17

3285.66

31

3614.08

14

3718.81

28

3776.40

11

4078.62

25

4185.24

11

4309.71

25

4247.40

4445.25

22

4473.54

4313.72

20

4332.87

4321.44

17

4237.67

4210.72

15

4059.73

29

4121.89

12

4047.43

26

4056.85

3864.70

23

3834.72

3873.13

21

3859.36

3822.01

18

3784.30

3825.89

SDRs ##
` Billion

USD
Million
2

203.44

4556

202.14

4590

205.01

4605

205.05

4629

207.31

4671

207.51

4634

206.39

4596

206.02

4585

207.54

4591

207.33

4623

206.65

4621

206.55

4597

205.91

4582

206.32

4614

203.14

4582

204.14

4584

205.28

4625

203.55

4609

205.88

4595

209.36

4614

211.31

4633

213.69

4640

211.87

4616

210.89

4547

Week
Ended

2012-13

215.96

4549

223.35

4497

220.36

4504

220.87

4495

222.97

4544

227.43

4542

225.00

4606

223.39

4552

227.69

4528

232.46

4527

234.21

4489

231.14

4501

234.64

4493

234.44

4439

234.50

4448

235.90

4429

233.00

4414

226.80

4410

222.80

4426

221.60

4463

219.10

4474

222.10

4475

219.30

4456

219.90

4481

220.00

4457

222.60

4450

222.40

4420

226.50

4449

228.60

4469

226.60

4438

228.90

4452

231.80

4457

235.50

4470

239.60

4460

237.90

4435

241.40

4399

244.10

4381

243.10

4347

241.40

4360

244.50

4386

249.10

4371

29-Jun-12
06-Jul-12
13-Jul-12
20-Jul-12
27-Jul-12
03-Aug-12
10-Aug-12
17-Aug-12
24-Aug-12
31-Aug-12
07-Sep-12
14-Sep-12
21-Sep-12
28-Sep-12
05-Oct-12
12-Oct-12
19-Oct-12
26-Oct-12
02-Nov-12
09-Nov-12
16-Nov-12
23-Nov-12
30-Nov-12
07-Dec-12
14-Dec-12
21-Dec-12
28-Dec-12
04-Jan-13
11-Jan-13
18-Jan-13
25-Jan-13
01-Feb-13
08-Feb-13
15-Feb-13
22-Feb-13
01-Mar-13
08-Mar-13
15-Mar-13
22-Mar-13
29-Mar-13
2013-14
05-Apr-13
12-Apr-13
19-Apr-13
26-Apr-13
03-May-13
10-May-13
17-May-13
24-May-13
31-May-13
07-Jun-13
14-Jun-13
21-Jun-13
28-Jun-13
05-Jul-13

12-Jul-13
19-Jul-13
:

Negligible.

nated bonds issued by IIFC (UK) since March 20, 2009,


2012 and US $ 673 million since 30th March 2012

on allocated under special allocation

Gold data Include ` 314.63 billion (US $ 6,699 million) reflecting the purchase of 200 metric tonnes of gold from IMF on November 3, 2009.

VERNMENT

Central Government Dated Securities Maturing in the Year


2012-13
2
Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

0.10

YTM% Min

11.6493

YTM% Max

11.6493

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

State
Government
Securities
Government
13
Amount
YTM% Min
YTM% Max
Amount

17.68
8.3102
8.87
14.05

YTM% Min

8.6

YTM% Max

8.901

Amount

3.30

YTM% Min

8.56

YTM% Max

8.8817

Amount

40.25

YTM% Min

8.3107

YTM% Max

9.0045

Amount

11.49

YTM% Min

8.74

YTM% Max

8.9864

Amount

23.78

YTM% Min

8.6831

YTM% Max

8.9813

Amount

13.53

YTM% Min

8.714

YTM% Max

8.9547

Amount

37.00

YTM% Min

8.5828

YTM% Max

9.0208

Amount

14.64

YTM% Min

8.6361

YTM% Max

8.9767

Amount

38.27

YTM% Min

8.4705

YTM% Max

8.9749

Amount

43.99

YTM% Min

8.4059

YTM% Max

8.7805

Amount

29.84

YTM% Min

8.3313

YTM% Max

8.6775

Amount
YTM% Min
YTM% Max
Amount

53.12
8.3972
8.67
21.60

YTM% Min

8.3803

YTM% Max

8.6975

Amount

31.67

YTM% Min

8.2

YTM% Max

8.7521

Amount

20.02

YTM% Min

8.0798

YTM% Max

8.7304

Amount

22.70

YTM% Min

8.3934

YTM% Max

8.6933

Amount

22.91

YTM% Min

8.445

YTM% Max

8.6806

Amount

32.67

YTM% Min

8.33

YTM% Max

8.7154

Amount
YTM% Min

25.45
8.2924

YTM% Max

8.6616

Amount

26.26

YTM% Min

8.355

YTM% Max

8.7512

Amount

29.49

YTM% Min

8.34

YTM% Max

8.74

2013-14
2
Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

3.05

YTM% Min

7.5772

YTM% Max

7.6312

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

Amount

0.10

YTM% Min

7.5256

YTM% Max

7.5561

Amount

6.80

YTM% Min

7.3943

YTM% Max

7.5042

Amount

5.10

YTM% Min

7.2165

YTM% Max

7.467

Amount

2.24

YTM% Min

7.2114

YTM% Max

7.3985

Amount

0.81

YTM% Min

7.2872

YTM% Max

7.4376

Amount

0.10

YTM% Min

7.3189

YTM% Max

7.3201

Amount

6.45

YTM% Min

7.4459

YTM% Max

7.5761

Amount

0.25

YTM% Min

7.4067

YTM% Max

7.5064

Amount
YTM% Min

0.55
7.3655

YTM% Max

7.5165

Amount

2.15

YTM% Min

7.2554

YTM% Max

7.4915

Amount

1.30

YTM% Min

7.3163

YTM% Max

7.3833

Amount

0.90

YTM% Min

7.539

YTM% Max

8.75

Amount

YTM% Min

YTM% Max

State
Government
Securities
Government
13
Amount

22.27

YTM% Min

8.3225

YTM% Max

8.6507

Amount

31.37

YTM% Min

8.22

YTM% Max

8.6605

Amount

32.89

YTM% Min

8.1636

YTM% Max

8.5358

Amount

33.47

YTM% Min

8.0399

YTM% Max

8.4161

Amount

34.31

YTM% Min

8.0414

YTM% Max

8.3002

Amount

46.35

YTM% Min

7.7182

YTM% Max

8.2225

Amount

43.41

YTM% Min

7.5607

YTM% Max

8.0997

Amount

43.56

YTM% Min

7.2746

YTM% Max

7.7603

Amount

23.93

YTM% Min

7.3414

YTM% Max

7.8323

Amount

42.43

YTM% Min

7.5618

YTM% Max

7.7853

Amount

18.31

YTM% Min

7.5913

YTM% Max

7.9468

Amount

43.15

YTM% Min

7.5432

YTM% Max

8.0991

Amount

29.56

YTM% Min

7.745

YTM% Max

8.19

Amount

24.93

YTM% Min

7.9088

YTM% Max

8.1197

Amount

19.09

YTM% Min

7.8738

YTM% Max

8.149

Amount

17.84

YTM% Min

7.8523

YTM% Max

9.2652

Amount

12.51

YTM% Min

8.4275

YTM% Max

9.1497

Central

State

Government

Government

Dated

Dated

Securities

Securities
2

1715

31

2558

41

3398

29

2433

27

1743

25

1757

27

2372

17

2853

77

1772

56

1305

2113

69

1214

46

1269

47

2084

53

2317

43

2746

24

2414

35

2405

32

2059

63

1858

41

2512

118

1496

46

2007

35

1769

28

842

1307

80

1300

23

1894

48

1386

27

2083

74

1909

29

4822

77

5408

88

5581

60

2801

106

2924

43

3287

63

4096

40

2600

45

4056

46

3251

65

3385

51

2472

53

1534

59

1959

45

4034

63

5125

66

5218

67

5094

69

7325

93

11027

87

8297

87

7629

48

4842

85

4834

37

4523

86

2915

59

3837

50

3897

38

2332

36

1817

25

1. Data excludes repo transactions, based on transactions as reported in SGL accounts, Mumbai.

Date of

Notified

Issue

Amount

06-Jul-2012

70.00

13-Jul-2012

70.00

20-Jul-2012

70.00

27-Jul-2012

70.00

03-Aug-2012

70.00

10-Aug-2012

70.00

16-Aug-2012

70.00

24-Aug-2012

70.00

31-Aug-2012

70.00

07-Sep-2012

70.00

14-Sep-2012

70.00

21-Sep-2012

70.00

28-Sep-2012

70.00

05-Oct-2012

50.00

12-Oct-2012

50.00

19-Oct-2012

50.00

25-Oct-2012

50.00

02-Nov-2012

50.00

09-Nov-2012

50.00

16-Nov-2012

50.00

22-Nov-2012

50.00

29-Nov-2012

50.00

06-Dec-2012

50.00

13-Dec-2012

50.00

20-Dec-2012

50.00

27-Dec-2012

50.00

03-Jan-2013

50.00

10-Jan-2013

50.00

17-Jan-2013

50.00

24-Jan-2013

50.00

31-Jan-2013

50.00

07-Feb-2013

50.00

14-Feb-2013

50.00

21-Feb-2013

50.00

28-Feb-2013

70.00

07-Mar-2013

70.00

14-Mar-2013

70.00

21-Mar-2013

70.00

28-Mar-2013

70.00

04-Apr-2013

50.00

12-Apr-2013

50.00

18-Apr-2013

50.00

25-Apr-2013

50.00

02-May-2013

50.00

09-May-2013

50.00

16-May-2013

50.00

23-May-2013

50.00

30-May-2013

70.00

06-Jun-2013

70.00

13-Jun-2013

70.00

20-Jun-2013

70.00

27-Jun-2013

70.00

04-Jul-2013

70.00

11-Jul-2013

70.00

25-Jul-2013

70.00

01-Aug-2013

70.00

08-Aug-2013

70.00

Date of

Notified

Issue

Amount

06-Jul-2012

50.00

20-Jul-2012

50.00

03-Aug-2012

50.00

16-Aug-2012

50.00

31-Aug-2012

50.00

14-Sep-2012

50.00

28-Sep-2012

50.00

12-Oct-2012

50.00

25-Oct-2012

50.00

09-Nov-2012

50.00

22-Nov-2012

50.00

06-Dec-2012

50.00

20-Dec-2012

50.00

03-Jan-2013

50.00

17-Jan-2013

50.00

31-Jan-2013

50.00

14-Feb-2013

50.00

28-Feb-2013

50.00

14-Mar-2013

50.00

28-Mar-2013

50.00

12-Apr-2013

50.00

25-Apr-2013

50.00

09-May-2013

50.00

23-May-2013

50.00

06-Jun-2013

50.00

20-Jun-2013

50.00

04-Jul-2013

50.00

01-Aug-2013

50.00
1. 182-days treasury bills were introduced in November 1986.

001 to April 5, 2005.

Date of

Notified

Issue

Amount

09-Apr-2012

50.00

20-Apr-2012

50.00

04-May-2012

50.00

18-May-2012

50.00

01-Jun-2012

50.00

15-Jun-2012

50.00

29-Jun-2012

50.00

13-Jul-2012

50.00

27-Jul-2012

50.00

10-Aug-2012

50.00

24-Aug-2012

50.00

07-Sep-2012

50.00

21-Sep-2012

50.00

05-Oct-2012

50.00

19-Oct-2012

50.00

02-Nov-2012

50.00

16-Nov-2012

50.00

29-Nov-2012

50.00

13-Dec-2012

50.00

27-Dec-2012

50.00

10-Jan-2013

50.00

24-Jan-2013

50.00

07-Feb-2013

50.00

21-Feb-2013

50.00

07-Mar-2013

50.00

21-Mar-2013

50.00

04-Apr-2013

50.00

18-Apr-2013

50.00

02-May-2013

50.00

16-May-2013

50.00

30-May-2013

50.00

13-Jun-2013

50.00

27-Jun-2013

50.00

11-Jul-2013

50.00

25-Jul-2013

50.00

08-Aug-2013

50.00

Date of

Notified

Issue

Amount

19-Nov-2012

30.00

19-Nov-2012

60.00

19-Nov-2012

40.00

26-Nov-2012

30.00

26-Nov-2012

70.00

26-Nov-2012

30.00

03-Dec-2012

70.00

03-Dec-2012

30.00

03-Dec-2012

30.00

10-Dec-2012

40.00

10-Dec-2012

20.00

10-Dec-2012

60.00

24-Dec-2012

30.00

24-Dec-2012

30.00

24-Dec-2012

60.00

31-Dec-2012

60.00

31-Dec-2012

30.00

31-Dec-2012

30.00

21-Jan-2013

30.00

21-Jan-2013

60.00

21-Jan-2013

30.00

04-Feb-2013

30.00

04-Feb-2013

60.00

04-Feb-2013

30.00

11-Feb-2013

30.00

11-Feb-2013

60.00

11-Feb-2013

30.00

18-Feb-2013

30.00

18-Feb-2013

60.00

18-Feb-2013

30.00

08-Apr-2013

30.00

08-Apr-2013

20.00

08-Apr-2013

40.00

08-Apr-2013

60.00

15-Apr-2013

30.00

15-Apr-2013

60.00

15-Apr-2013

30.00

15-Apr-2013

30.00

22-Apr-2013

60.00

22-Apr-2013

30.00

22-Apr-2013

30.00

22-Apr-2013

30.00

06-May-2013

30.00

06-May-2013

60.00

06-May-2013

30.00

06-May-2013

30.00

13-May-2013

70.00

13-May-2013

30.00

13-May-2013

20.00

13-May-2013

30.00

20-May-2013

70.00

20-May-2013

30.00

20-May-2013

20.00

20-May-2013

30.00

27-May-2013

30.00

27-May-2013

60.00

27-May-2013

30.00

27-May-2013

30.00

03-Jun-2013

30.00

03-Jun-2013

30.00

03-Jun-2013

30.00

03-Jun-2013

60.00

05-Jun-2013

10.00

10-Jun-2013

30.00

10-Jun-2013

60.00

10-Jun-2013

20.00

10-Jun-2013

30.00

24-Jun-2013

30.00

24-Jun-2013

30.00

24-Jun-2013

60.00

24-Jun-2013

30.00

26-Jun-2013

10.00

02-Jul-2013

30.00

02-Jul-2013

60.00

02-Jul-2013

30.00

02-Jul-2013

20.00

08-Jul-2013

30.00

08-Jul-2013

30.00

08-Jul-2013

60.00

08-Jul-2013

30.00

15-Jul-2013

30.00

15-Jul-2013

30.00

15-Jul-2013

60.00

15-Jul-2013

30.00

22-Jul-2013

30.00

22-Jul-2013

60.00

22-Jul-2013

30.00

22-Jul-2013

30.00
ZCB : Zero Coupon Bond

1. From January 2003 onwards, in case of Government Securities (GS) issued through auction, allotment to non-competitive bidders are made at weighted av

e of 19 securities repurchased in buy-back auction.

Dated Securities
Central
Govt.
2
Amount

546.34

Repo Rate Min

7.80

Repo Rate Max

8.50

Repo Period Min


Repo Period Max
Amount

1
4
673.60

Repo Rate Min

7.80

Repo Rate Max

8.20

Repo Period Min


Repo Period Max
Amount

1
7
551.33

Repo Rate Min

7.65

Repo Rate Max

8.60

Repo Period Min


Repo Period Max
Amount

1
7
548.42

Repo Rate Min

7.71

Repo Rate Max

8.50

Repo Period Min


Repo Period Max
Amount

1
5
701.36

Repo Rate Min

7.90

Repo Rate Max

9.85

Repo Period Min

Repo Period Max


Amount

7
805.49

Repo Rate Min

7.80

Repo Rate Max

8.60

Repo Period Min

Repo Period Max

15

Amount

698.73

Repo Rate Min

5.50

Repo Rate Max

8.60

Repo Period Min

Repo Period Max

12

Amount

557.52

Repo Rate Min

6.50

Repo Rate Max

8.60

Repo Period Min


Repo Period Max
Amount

1
8
563.30

Repo Rate Min

7.25

Repo Rate Max

8.50

Repo Period Min


Repo Period Max
Amount

1
8
815.91

Repo Rate Min

7.00

Repo Rate Max

8.25

Repo Period Min


Repo Period Max
Amount

1
7
915.32

Repo Rate Min

6.75

Repo Rate Max

8.50

Repo Period Min

Repo Period Max

14

Amount

880.18

Repo Rate Min

7.25

Repo Rate Max

8.25

Repo Period Min


Repo Period Max
Amount

1
7
870.66

Repo Rate Min

6.25

Repo Rate Max

8.87

Repo Period Min


Repo Period Max
Amount

1
7
991.09

Repo Rate Min

6.10

Repo Rate Max

8.50

Repo Period Min


Repo Period Max
Amount

1
14
776.71

Repo Rate Min

7.55

Repo Rate Max

8.10

Repo Period Min


Repo Period Max
Amount

1
3
832.59

Repo Rate Min

6.00

Repo Rate Max

8.10

Repo Period Min

Repo Period Max

Amount

313.22

Repo Rate Min

7.00

Repo Rate Max

16.50

Repo Period Min

Repo Period Max

33

1. Data based on first leg of transactions as reported in SGL accounts at RBI, Mumbai.

US Dollar

Pound
Sterling
2

54.569

87.8997

54.465

87.6287

54.2018

86.9993

54.3405

87.0888

54.316

87.3619

54.2725

87.4276

54.232

87.5304

54.388

87.7822

54.629

88.4006

54.849

88.9267

54.7365

89.018

54.842

89.1128

55.086

89.5368

55.0858

89.0958

54.9635

88.6781

54.8465

88.5497

54.8473

88.3974

54.7773

88.5092

54.832

89.2254

54.389

88.7574

54.4153

88.2888

54.8458

88.1646

54.978

88.1077

55.3278

89.0501

54.9625

88.2286

54.6305

87.5017

54.539

88.0532

54.6355

88.1735

54.5425

87.6934

54.826

87.9902

54.6428

87.4558

53.9465

86.2416

53.8735

85.5296

53.5115

84.8478

53.771

85.1356

53.8515

85.255

53.8905

84.926

53.7015

84.3543

53.5678

84.3746

53.289

84.2233

53.3238

84.5982

52.973

83.1703

53.2945

83.9655

53.0855

83.116

53.1445

83.2695

53.5695

84.2541

53.6793

84.8455

53.9585

84.4882

53.85

84.426

53.8715

83.587

53.9885

83.72

54.2895

84.0944

54.051

83.4493

54.48

82.7143

54.427

83.2026

54.0415

81.8026

54.0645

82.1537

53.835

81.2424

53.7735

81.569

54.4815

82.7193

55.0518

82.7484

54.652

82.6584

54.7065

82.7873

54.7393

82.1418

54.4035

81.5672

54.2933

81.087

54.3365

80.8989

54.11

80.8376

54.442

81.3336

54.1605

81.7444

54.2915

81.9394

54.2635

81.9352

54.378

82.07

54.281

82.0593

54.335

82.5566

54.099

82.4658

54.2735

82.4903

54.3893

82.3209
1. The exchange rate for Japanese Yen is in ` per 100 Yen.

1-month

3-month
2

8.48
8.72
8.56
8.55
8.77
8.60
9.06
9.05
8.65
8.60
9.64
9.28
8.85
8.83
9.06
9.05
9.76
7.74
7.72

7.89
7.77
7.76
7.97
7.75
7.79
7.81
7.88
8.06
7.79
7.90
7.81
7.96
8.09
8.11
7.95
8.06
7.52
7.57

8.39
8.16
7.90
7.87
8.00
8.15
7.70
7.60
7.47
7.95
7.45
7.33
7.97
7.96
7.31
7.29
7.52
7.30
7.15
7.23
7.90
7.52
7.31
7.30
7.04
7.43
7.36
7.12

7.95
7.80
7.83
7.87
7.82
7.79
7.63
7.53
7.40
7.36
7.45
7.33
7.16
7.29
7.24
7.22
7.07
7.23
7.07
7.12
7.23
7.30
7.24
6.93
6.89
6.85
6.81
6.94

7.01
7.21
7.63

Borrowing

6.79
6.85
6.76

Range
of
interest
2
201.97 6.40-7.90
188.02 6.40-7.90
224.79 6.40-7.90
207.07 6.40-7.95
10.55 5.00-7.65
185.67 6.25-7.90
190.46 6.15-7.85
235.35 6.30-7.95
190.23 6.30-8.00
316.98 6.25-8.00
23.07 6.50-7.80
193.50 6.40-7.90
204.37 6.40-7.85
229.58 6.40-7.90
219.47 6.40-7.85
281.54 6.40-8.10
24.67 6.00-8.00
235.71 6.40-8.25
206.47 6.40-7.95
233.81 6.15-7.75
224.04 6.15-7.80
297.68 6.10-8.00
22.11 6.89-10.15
247.60 6.10-10.10
285.46 6.10-10.50
146.44 6.80-18.00
42.12 7.00-9.50

275.25 5.50-7.70
280.05 5.50-7.65
289.15 6.00-7.55
357.10 6.00-7.75
27.21 6.60-8.30
284.91 6.10-7.70

246.59 6.10-7.65
261.92 6.10-7.90
228.37 6.10-7.65
25.90 6.50-7.36
252.83 6.30-7.65
238.14 6.10-7.70
240.83 6.10-7.65
220.63 6.00-7.60
6.97 6.70-7.50
164.10 6.00-7.70
192.13 6.40-7.80
207.84 6.40-7.65
184.54 6.40-7.60
12.08 6.50-7.60
183.99 6.40-7.60
231.05 6.40-8.50
214.23 6.40-7.65
227.87 6.30-7.60
7.59 6.40-7.30
204.63 6.25-7.40
192.79 6.25-7.50
200.64 6.00-7.40
199.88 6.30-7.35
165.46 6.25-7.35
7.89 6.40-7.35
146.59 6.25-7.45
137.74 6.25-7.35

140.15 6.25-7.40
134.21 6.25-7.35

ESTMENT RATES

GDP at
Factor Cost
2
5.6
-1.4
8.9
-6.1
1.6
19.4
2.2
11.9
5.0
9.5
5.5
6.9
14.3
16.8
4.7
13.8
17.5
5.5
10.0
6.4
6.4
10.0
22.6
17.7
6.2
7.5
14.1
7.5

9.1
19.5
17.1
11.7
17.0
12.3
11.7
11.5
13.4
19.3
15.2
16.5
15.4
14.7
16.2
16.8
17.1
16.4
11.2
15.3
11.4
7.7
8.7
7.8
12.0
13.2
14.1
16.6
15.9
15.7
15.2
19.0
15.0
13.3
:

ESTMENT RATES

GDP at Factor
Cost
2
2.3
2.8
6.1
4.2

2.6
5.7
-1.2
7.6
2.2
7.1
3.1
2.1
5.1
7.6
-3.7
1.0
8.1
2.6
6.5
5.0
1.0
-0.3
4.6
1.2
9.0
1.2
7.5
5.5
-5.2
7.2
5.6
2.9
7.9
4.0
4.2
4.3
3.5
10.2
6.1
5.3
1.4
5.4
5.7
6.4
7.3
8.0
4.3
6.7
8.0
4.1
5.4
3.9
8.0
7.1
9.5
9.6
9.3
6.7
8.6

9.3
6.2
5.0
:

Mining & Quarrying

Manufacturing
2

14.16

75.53

2.3

10.3

5.2

15.0

4.6

18.4

2.6

2.5

7.9

4.8

5.2

9.0

-2.0

3.0

-2.3

1.3

DUSTRIAL PRODUCTION -

Basic Goods

Capital Goods
2

45.68

8.83

6.1

18.1

8.9

23.3

8.9

48.5

1.7

11.3

4.8

1.0

6.0

14.8

5.5

-4.0

2.5

-6.0

ROWTH RATES

Composite

Electricity

Index
2

37.9

10.32

3.9

5.1

8.4

7.3

5.2

6.3

2.8

2.7

6.6

6.2

6.6

5.6

5.0

8.3

3.7

3.8

Reserve
Money
(M )

2.7
25.5
11.7
28.7
17.7
17.4
7.9
10.1
25.5
21.5
8.4
17.4
19.4
17.7
23.2
13.1
13.4
11.3
25.2
22.1
14.9
2.8
13.2
14.5
8.2
8.1

11.4
9.2
18.3
12.1
16.9
23.9
31.0
6.4
17.0
19.1
3.6
6.2
1. Data for 2012-13 are provisional.

etween April 1, 2005

ommercial sector.

ng entity on October 11, 2004.

(Per cent)
Demand
deposits

2
11.6
3.8
-1.2
8.2
-9.1
10.7
10.3
23.5
15.7
15.2
15.6
11.9
4.8
15.6
17.5
19.1
21.3
14.3
14.5
17.2
19.4
-29.8
19.6

14.0
17.4
7.5
19.1
13.3
24.9
10.5
23.2
5.3
15.3
23.6
15.0
35.8
3.0
21.8
35.9
4.8
12.4
13.1
14.5
8.5
11.9
7.4
11.3
32.1
10.2
47.0
17.9
22.0
-0.2
23.4
-0.6
-2.6
5.9
:

As per cent to Aggregate Deposits


Credit

Total
Investments
2

61.3

0.0

63.6

0.0

63.4

0.0

66.1

0.0

73.0

0.0

76.6

0.0

66.3

0.0

62.0

0.0

59.3

0.0

77.0

0.0

73.4

0.0

77.8

0.0

79.5

0.0

78.8

0.0

77.5

0.0

78.6

0.0

78.6

0.0

78.3

0.0

79.0

29.5

79.3

30.0

74.1

30.8

70.8

33.5

73.0

32.4

74.1

33.1

76.8

32.5

75.0

31.5

67.3

35.6

67.7

33.7

67.8

33.5

66.8

34.7

67.9

34.6

69.1

35.7

68.1

35.1

67.8

38.9

65.6

35.8

61.6

37.6

59.8

39.4

60.4

39.0

60.8

38.6

60.4

39.0

54.4

39.1

56.6

39.3

52.2

42.1

54.7

38.6

58.6

38.0

55.1

37.7

54.1

36.5

51.7

35.7

53.6

38.0

53.1

38.5

53.4

39.7

56.9

42.7

55.9

45.0

64.7

43.5

71.5

34.0

73.9

30.3

73.9

30.4

72.4

30.4

72.2

30.8

75.7

28.8

78.0

29.4

77.9

29.7

1. Data relate to amount outstanding as on last Friday of March up to 1984-85 and last reporting Friday of March thereafter.

was 54.7 percent, while

edit, total investments

cent, 42.8 per cent

Year
C/DD
2
1956-57

2.39

1957-58

2.26

1958-59

2.36

1959-60

2.51

1960-61

2.61

1961-62

2.69

1962-63

2.64

1963-64

2.41

1964-65

2.19

1965-66

2.07

1966-67

1.91

1967-68

1.80

1968-69

1.78

1969-70

1.71

1970-71

1.53

1971-72

1.46

1972-73

1.31

1973-74

1.29

1974-75

1.20

1975-76

1.09

1976-77

1.02

1977-78

1.00

1978-79

1.58

1979-80

1.52

1980-81

1.49

1981-82

1.40

1982-83

1.43

1983-84

1.46

1984-85

1.48

1985-86

1.43

1986-87

1.36

1987-88

1.41

1988-89

1.39

1989-90

1.35

1990-91

1.37

1991-92

1.27

1992-93

1.25

1993-94

1.34

1994-95

1.26

1995-96

1.40

1996-97

1.41

1997-98

1.39

1998-99

1.36

1999-00

1.40

2000-01

1.33

2001-02

1.36

2002-03

1.41

2003-04

1.36

2004-05

1.28

2005-06

1.18

2006-07

1.12

2007-08

1.10

2008-09

1.19

2009-10

1.19

2010-11

1.24

2011-12

1.47

2012-13

1.55
: Currency with the public

DD

: Demand deposits with banks

BR
AD

: Aggregate deposits

RM

: Reserve money
1 : Narrow money
3 : Broad money

Note

: 1. Data for 2012-13 are provisional.

AC

PA
2

5.6
10.0
20.2
25.2
-1.1
2.1
5.2
0.0
17.1
18.2
9.3

0.9
9.7
28.1
25.2
-6.6
0.8
9.9
-1.3
13.8
15.0
11.3

4.9
7.5
6.5
4.4
5.8
8.1
7.5
7.5
10.3
13.7
10.1
8.4

6.7
10.8
6.2
0.2
9.1
11.3
4.9
2.2
13.0
18.1
7.5
6.9

12.6
8.0
4.6
4.4
5.9
3.3
7.2
3.6
3.4
5.5
6.5

15.8
8.2
8.4
2.7
12.1
1.2
2.8
3.6
3.3
4.3
3.6

4.4
6.6
4.7
8.1
3.8
9.6
8.9
7.4

4.3
9.6
8.3
11.0
12.7
17.7
9.8
9.8

1. AC: All Commodities

IW
2

3.2
7.8
20.8
26.8
-1.3
-3.8
7.6
2.2
8.8
11.4
12.5
7.8
12.6
6.3
6.8
8.7
8.8
9.4
6.1
11.6
13.5
9.6
7.5
10.1
10.2
9.4
6.8
13.1
3.4
3.8
4.3
4.0
3.9
3.8
4.4
6.7
6.2
9.1
12.2
10.5
8.4
10.4
:

1. IW : Industrial Workers.

Gross

Net Fiscal

Fiscal

Deficit

Deficit
2

2.53

1.13

2.85

1.07

3.49

1.57

4.07

1.68

3.48

1.71

4.98

1.85

5.08

2.49

5.55

3.41

4.93

2.61

5.40

3.04

5.69

3.39

6.79

4.28

7.55

4.68

8.13

5.26

7.34

5.01

7.08

4.75

7.10

4.73

7.61

5.24

5.39

3.65

5.19

3.90

6.76

5.16

5.52

3.86

4.91

3.46

4.70

3.27

5.66

4.01

6.29

4.43

5.18

4.44

5.46

4.95

5.98

5.22

5.72

5.28

4.34

4.07

3.88

3.89

3.96

3.95

3.32

3.52

2.54

2.42

5.99

5.84

6.46

6.35

4.79

4.63

5.75

5.73

5.20

5.13

4.77

4.69

Gross tax
Direct

Indirect
10

11

2.12

5.61

2.15

7.23

2.67

6.47

2.62

6.60

2.39

6.33

2.32

7.23

2.34

7.57

1.94

6.84

2.02

6.98

1.97

7.01

1.89

7.15

1.80

7.34

1.92

7.98

1.92

8.21

1.83

8.40

2.02

8.16

1.99

8.29

1.88

7.94

2.26

7.74

2.34

7.30

2.28

6.22

2.58

6.25

2.74

6.33

2.74

6.33

3.07

5.78

2.58

5.39

2.86

5.62

3.14

5.51

2.94

4.97

3.28

5.19

3.70

5.20

4.10

5.26

4.47

5.40

5.36

5.62

6.26

5.60

5.93

4.79

5.83

3.76

5.72

4.40

5.50

4.36

5.65

4.67

5.88

4.95

Revenue

Interest

Expenditure

Payments

17

18

6.98

1.29

7.03

1.24

8.05

1.42

8.85

1.59

8.60

1.56

9.32

1.73

9.39

1.82

9.63

1.74

8.76

1.82

9.53

2.00

9.72

2.09

10.79

2.33

11.72

2.59

12.61

2.85

12.54

3.06

12.38

3.27

12.79

3.54

12.54

3.67

12.21

3.95

11.97

4.01

12.14

4.12

11.68

4.21

11.40

4.08

11.20

4.19

11.47

4.17

12.00

4.32

12.31

4.46

12.76

4.56

12.80

4.56

13.35

4.64

12.74

4.37

11.85

3.92

11.90

3.59

11.98

3.50

11.92

3.43

14.10

3.41

14.08

3.29

13.35

3.00

12.77

3.04

12.60

3.16

12.63

3.26

1. Data for 2012-13 are Revised Estimates and data for 2013-14 are Budget Estimates.

Revenue

Gross

Deficit

Fiscal
Deficit
2

0.18

2.21

-0.50

1.58

-1.15

1.31

-1.21

1.67

-0.99

1.98

-1.02

2.37

-1.27

2.35

-1.02

2.55

-0.81

2.38

-0.46

2.61

-0.09

2.86

0.37

3.29

-0.23

2.67

-0.05

2.94

0.30

3.14

0.43

2.75

0.75

3.16

0.93

3.30

0.86

2.89

0.68

2.78

0.45

2.35

0.66

2.69

0.72

2.59

1.22

2.65

1.15

2.85

2.54

4.19

2.79

4.62

2.63

4.18

2.65

4.14

2.33

4.06

2.30

4.38

1.21

3.32

0.19

2.44

-0.58

1.80

-0.86

1.51

-0.23

2.39

0.48

2.92

0.04

2.07

0.07

2.32

0.42

2.15

ERNMENTS

Gross fiscal deficit

Gross primary deficit


2
6.0
5.7
7.0
8.6
7.7
9.5
8.8
8.2
8.6
9.1
6.8
6.8
8.0
6.9
6.3
6.1
7.0
8.7
9.1
9.2
9.6
9.3
8.3
7.2
6.5
5.1
4.0
8.3
9.3
6.9
8.1
7.2

3
3.9
3.3
4.6
5.9
4.7
6.2
5.3
4.4
4.5
4.9
2.2
2.1
3.1
1.8
1.5
1.2
2.1
3.5
3.7
3.4
3.6
3.0
2.0
1.3
1.0
-0.3
-1.2
3.3
4.5
2.4
3.6
2.6

1. Data for 2011-12 are Revised Estimates and data for 2012-13 are Budget Estimates.

E GOVERNMENTS

Domestic
liabilities of
Centre

External
liabilities of
Centre

32.38
31.77
36.20
34.99
37.72
41.22
45.15
46.80
46.70
47.79
48.28
47.15
46.43
48.31
46.64
45.24
43.79
45.98
46.28
47.58
50.64
54.96
59.12
59.50
59.64
58.64
56.72
54.65
53.93
52.42
48.51
48.28
48.57
48.09

9.01
10.00
10.28
10.48
10.38
11.16
11.29
12.72
12.38
13.15
11.31
16.28
15.62
14.34
13.63
12.10
10.54
10.27
9.87
9.23
8.73
8.47
7.73
6.48
5.90
5.25
4.68
4.21
4.69
3.85
3.58
3.60
3.31
3.01
1. Data for 2012-13 are Revised Estimates and data for 2013-14 are Budget Estimates.

ities of the centre &

e Governments.

1. Budget documents of the Government of India.

Trade
Exports/

Imports/

GDP

GDP

4.1

5.7

5.0

6.4

5.7

6.0

5.3

5.9

5.0

7.0

5.2

8.0

4.6

8.9

4.5

8.3

4.8

8.3

4.6

7.7

4.8

7.5

4.1

7.5

4.2

7.2

4.6

7.2

4.9

8.1

5.8

8.3

5.8

8.8

6.9

7.9

7.3

9.6

8.2

9.7

8.3

11.1

9.1

12.3

8.8

12.6

8.7

12.5

8.2

11.4

8.3

12.3

9.9

12.6

9.4

11.8

10.6

12.7

11.0

13.3

12.1

16.9

13.0

19.4

13.6

20.1

13.4

20.8

15.4

25.2

13.4

22.0

15.0

22.4

16.5

26.7

16.6

27.3

Apr. May Jun.


2

(Base

(Base
7.9
1.2
10.9
9.7
7.5
4.8

(Base

8.2
1.5
10.5
9.6
7.5
4.6
(Base

9.4
6.6
21.4
15.1
9.6
5.1
(Base

10.7
6.8
20.4
12.9
10.3
5.7
(Base

6.1
8.7
20.5
10.7
10.9
6.1
(Base

6.5
8.9
21.4
8.3
10.6
8.2
(Base

11.8
3.9
18.1
26.9
1.4
7.6
(Base

16.2
3.6
14.8
21.4
8.6
4.9
(Base

9.6
-4.6
13.6
13.0
12.1
8.3
(Base

10.5
-5.0
14.4
12.3
11.5
7.3
(Base

6.8
0.8
6.4
6.8
5.3
3.7

6.7
1.3
5.9
7.4
5.2
3.3

: Data for latest two months are provisional.

Year/ Month

Apr.
2

New CPI Rural


-

9.7
9.2
New CPI Urban
11.1
9.7
New CPI Combined (Rural+Urban)
10.3
9.4
Industrial Workers: General Index
7.8
8.7
13.3
9.4
10.2
10.2
Industrial Workers: Food Group
10.8
10.4
14.5
8.2
10.7
12.4
Agricultural Labourers
8.9
9.1
15.0
9.1
7.8
12.3
:

1. Inflation as per the New CPI is available from January 2012.

Apr.

May
2
15.23
21.28
21.05
17.63
16.85

3
17.88
19.96
19.59
16.49
17.43
Source : Bombay Stock Exchange Limited (BSE).

Apr.

May

2
2.95
3.88
3.65
3.32
2.90

Gross Domestic Product


Gross National Product
Gross Domestic Capital Formation
Gross Domestic Savings
Gross Fixed Capital Formation
Government Final Consumption Expenditure

3
3.35
3.56
3.45
3.01
3.05

NDP
NNP
NDCF
NDS
PFCE

ally with the financial savings

The public sector comprises all Governmental agencies: Central, State, Quasi-Government (both Central and State)

The private sector comprises all establishments (under the organised sector) employing 10 or more persons.

The employment data for public and private sectors from 1970-71 to 1980-81 pertain to end-December.
nts who remain on the registers

e weight of a commodity for


ultiplied by the national average
The average of triennium is
ction with the same price for all

and eight sub-groups.

ea (such as State) in a year/

stard, linseed, safflower,


ed in the total.

ndia and Agricultural Statistics

h the help of genetic engineering


pests, diseases and moisture
chemical fertilisers and

are distributed to ration card


rice, wheat, sugar, edible
policy. A new scheme was
DS) in order to improve PDSs
97, the Government of India
ntroduced for rice and wheat

s well as the Food Corporation


ices to farmers as also for

grains from farmers to provide


n (Kharif marketing season for
the period April to March), and

nment including TPDS, open

rts as well as domestic

er which foodgrains are


Antyodaya Anna Yojana, Food

CI, Central Warehousing

eet the food security requirements


ose quantities of foodgrains, that
ed for four quarters of the year,
requirements of foodgrains

d remove the effect of change


s from April 1994 to May 2000
ex (WPI) series from 1981-82
groups/use-based categories
up 38, i.e., Other Manufacturing

2000 due to several reasons,


eivers, photo sensitised paper,
month variations, and (ii)
es (IBM), Nagpur, for the period
natural gas by private sector

r (a) small scale industrial


Tiny Enterprises (TINY), (e)
Enterprises (SSSBEs), (g)
scale unit where one or more

of plant and machinery which


another industrial undertaking.
e SME sector has been defined

SSI

ANC
2
7.5
10
10

3
10
15
15

20
35

25
45

60

75

300
100

300
100

100

100

Micro
enterprise
25

Existing Guidelines
A MSE unit is considered sick when:
a) any of the borrowal account of the enterprise
remains NPA for three months or more
OR
b) There is erosion in the net worth due to
accumulated losses to the extent of 50% of its
net worth.
The stipulation that the unit should have been
has been removed.

the Wholesale Prices in India


ice index with base year 2004nd power, and manufactured

n (MOSPI) has introduced a


for the rural population, viz. CPI
2010=100. In the combined CPI
er cent respectively.

New Guidelines
A MSE is considered sick when -

Rupee coins and small coins include ten rupee coins issued since October 1969, two rupee-coins issued since November

Deposits - Others include deposits from foreign central banks, multilateral institutions, financial institutions, RBI
d sundry deposits.
Other liabilities include internal reserves and provisions of the Reserve Bank such as Exchange Equalisation Account
elopment Reserve. The
n Other Liabilities are in
eet head. Gains/losses
/or prices of gold are not
Fluctuation Reserve
ign currency assets
rward commitments.
expected and unforeseen
sing out of monetary/
nvestments in subsidiaries
pment Reserve.
h those of the earlier periods.
esignated as National
y, and were maintained

o-operative banks from the

ue the practice of appropriating


ncial institutions, before
allocation was made to
n 1992-93. Thereafter,
1997-98 to transfer the
a year-to-year basis.
sferred on March 30, 2002

Key monetary and liquidity measures compiled in India and their definitions are set out
Table: Measures of Monetary and Liquidity Aggregates
Currency in circulation + Bankers deposits with the RBI + Other deposits with the RB
Net RBI credit to the government + RBI credit to the commercial sector + RBIs claims
banks + RBIs net foreign assets + Governments currency liabilities to the public - RBI

net non-monetary liabilities.


=
with the RBI.

Currency with the public + Demand deposits with the banking system + Other deposit

=
=

banking sector.
=
=
with the RBI.
=
of one year).
=
institutions.
=
Certificates).
=
=
=

=
=
sector.

M1 + Savings deposits of post office savings banks.


M1 + Time deposits with the banking system. = Net bank credit to the government
+ Bank credit to the commercial sector + Net foreign assets of the banking sector +
Governments currency liabilities to the public - Net non-monetary liabilities of the

M3 + All deposits with post office savings banks (excluding National Savings Certificate
Currency with the public + Demand deposits with the banking system + Other deposit

NM1 + Short-term time deposits of residents (including and up to the contractual matur
NM2+ Long-term time deposits of residents
NM3 + All deposits with the post office savings banks (excluding National Savings

L1 +Term deposits with term lending institutions and refinancing institutions (FIs) + Ter
borrowing by FIs + Certificates of deposit issued by FIs.
L2 + Public deposits of non-banking financial companies.
Net RBI credit to the Government (i.e., Net RBI credit to the Centre + Net RBI
credit to the state governments) + Other banks credit to the government.
Loans and advances to the centre + holding of government securities + Rupee
coins + Small coins - Net of centres cash balances* with the Reserve Bank.
RBI credit to the commercial sector + Other banks credit to the commercial

RBIs net foreign assets + Other banks foreign assets.

RBIs net non-monetary liabilities + Net non-monetary liabilities of other banks.

stabilisation scheme (MSS)

Date relate to the last Friday of each month for the period 1950-51 to 1984-85 and for subsequent period these pertain
r the Reserve Bank data
Banks include commercial and co-operative banks. The coverage of co-operative banks has increased over time. As
that from March 1970

The details of the compilation of the new monetary/banking aggregates are available in the Report of the Working Group
eddy), June 1998. The
sed by the WGMS from

Monetary data have been revised since April 1992 in line with the new accounting standards and consistent with the
ds with commercial banks
reported such changes

There was a change in the treatment of apportionment of savings deposits into its two components - demand and
depending on whether
dated October 15,1977.
ovember 19, 1997) such
31 instead of as at end-

Available data on demand deposits of scheduled banks for the period prior to November 1960 were inclusive of interbank
terbank deposits were
ved based on information
215-1220 of the RBI
osits have been deducted

Scheduled commercial banks time deposits take into account `179.45 billion on account of proceeds arising from
India Millennium Deposits
nd the redemption of

NM2 and NM3 are based on the residency concept and, hence, do not directly reckon non-resident foreign currency
India Millennium Deposits

On the establishment of the National Bank for Agricultural and Rural Development (NABARD) on July 12, 1982,
some reclassification of

The Reserve Banks credit to the commercial sector represents investments in bonds/shares of financial institutions,
etary aggregates, the
ssified as part of RBI

The Reserve Banks net foreign exchange assets take into account the impact of appreciation in the value of gold
ppreciation has a

In the new monetary aggregate NM3, capital account consists of paid-up capital and reserves. Other Items (net) is the
cludes other demand and

Banking data pertain to scheduled banks from 1950-51 to 1965-66 and to scheduled commercial banks (SCBs) from

The monthly data relate to the last Friday of the month for the period 1950-51 to 1984-85 and for the subsequent period

Demand deposits include all liabilities which are payable on demand and include current deposits, demand liabilities
n overdue fixed deposits,
Mail Transfer (MTs),
posits held as security for

Time deposits are those which are payable otherwise than on demand and they include fixed deposits, cash certificates,
y deposits, margin held
ch are not payable on

Other Demand and Time Liabilities (ODTL) include interest accrued on deposits, bills payable, unpaid dividends,
ances in branch adjustment
borrowing. Such liabilities

Assets with banking system include balances with banks in current accounts, balances with banks and notified financial
deposits repayable at call
available to the banking

There was a change in the treatment of apportionment of savings deposits into its two components - demand and time
ending on whether interest

Since November 25, 1960, the definition of bank credit conforms to the present definition of bank credit, namely, the
iscounted. Data for
eign bills purchased and
bills purchased and
anks. (For details, see

Data are provisional and relate to select scheduled commercial banks which account for about 90 per cent of the bank

Non-food gross bank credit data include bills rediscounted with RBI, IDBI, EXIM Bank, other approved financial
ed with RBI, IDBI, EXIM

k deposits. For the year 1990,

of India Act, 1934.


ve Bank of India Act, 1934.

k of India Act, 1934.


of India Act, 1934.
e Reserve Bank of India Act,
drawn with effect from August

975, shareholding of the Reserve

ernment of India, respectively,

se of any business of the Exim

nstruction Bank of India) is

O) Fund for the purpose of any

LTO) Fund for any of the eligible

continue the practice of


ricultural financial institutions,
Reserve Bank has been
d out of NIC (LTO) Fund by the

,999; 10,000 to 99,999;


n of banked centres is based
1 Census for the years 1995 to

1990 onwards.

co-operatives, scheduled
tly to the beneficiary/ borrower

activities to promote agricultural


co-operatives, scheduled
are normally routed through

s for agricultural operations and


ate-supported corporations/
those engaged in allied

arch for the years from 1990

ion group Semi-Urban


roup Urban includes centres

olitan includes centres with

1969 to 1971, 1971 Census


years 1995 to 2005 and 2001

mmercial banks. Data up to


are based on Master Office
f States, Districts, Centers
OF database as soon as the
as per the present geographical

989-93 and 1999- 2000, data


all other years data relate to

overnment securities are at


tificates and postal obligations.

ders, etc., which pass through

ithout passing through the

Currently, only scheduled commercial banks, co-operative banks and primary dealers are permitted to participate in call/

Extent of Coverage
Scheduled commercial banks, co-operative banks and primary dealers.
Scheduled commercial banks, co-operative banks, primary dealers,
financial institutions, mutual funds and insurance companies.
Scheduled commercial banks, primary dealers, financial institutions,
mutual funds and insurance companies (i.e., without co-operative banks).
Scheduled commercial banks, primary dealers and select FIs.
Select scheduled commercial banks at Mumbai only (Data up to 1997-98

Over 1 year were freed. Between April 16, 1997 and October 21, 1997, the ceiling for interest rate on term deposit for
e October 22, 1997, the
n term deposits of 30

15 days effective April 29,


nd further reduced to 7
Relates to State Banks prime lending rate, which is the benchmark interest rate for the various categories and classes

t rates structure which became


interest rates was
ces. Wherever ceiling
r rate for advances in that
rcial banks linking interest
anks were advised to
our effective April 22,

limit up to `2 lakh. For credit


were given freedom to fix
e Boards for the prime
kh. Effective April 29,
not exceed the prime
rather than treating it as
lakh at or below PLR
olicy approved by their
tional guidelines issued
nchmark PLR (BPLR) in

om March 27, 1997.

weights proportional to the

ds, on transactions in the SQL

Data also include amounts mobilised through existing open-ended schemes (sales less purchases). Data do not include

All schemes of Bank of India Mutual Fund have been transferred to Principal Mutual Fund.
All schemes of PNB Mutual Fund have been transferred to Principal Mutual Fund.
All schemes of GIC Mutual Fund have been transferred to Canbank Mutual Fund.
All schemes of IDBI Mutual Fund have been transferred to Principal Mutual Fund.
Erstwhile Canbank Mutual Fund has been renamed as Canara Robeco Mutual Fund.
Erstwhile BOB Mutual Fund has been renamed as Baroda Pioneer Mutual Fund.

Data also include amounts mobilised through existing open-ended schemes (sales less purchases). Data do not include

For Unit Trust of India (UTI), data are gross values (with premium) of net sales under all domestic schemes.
Data in parentheses pertain to net sales at face value (excluding premium).

Data from 1970-71 to 1990-91 for UTI relate to July-June period.


UTI data for the year 1996-97 excludes re-investment sales.
Data pertaining to UTI Mutual Fund for the year 2003-04 refer to the period February 01, 2003 to March 31, 2004, being
the first year in operation after the bifurcation of the erstwhile UTI into UTI Mutual Fund and Specified Undertaking of
Data for UTI from 2004-05 pertain to UTI Mutual Fund only.

Data also include amounts mobilised through existing open-ended schemes (sales less purchases). Data do not include

Pioneer ITI Mutual Fund was taken over by Templeton Asset Management (India) w.e.f. April 2002.
Kothari Pioneer was renamed as Pioneer ITI w.e.f. August 6, 2001.
HB Mutual Fund was merged with Taurus Mutual Fund w.e.f. February 25, 1999.
ITC Classic Threadneedle has migrated to Zurich India Mutual Fund w.e.f. December 15, 1999.
Zurich India Mutual Fund has migrated to HDFC Mutual Fund w.e.f. June 19, 2003.
First India Mutual Fund was renamed as Sahara Mutual Fund w.e.f. March 19, 2004.
ANZ Grindlays Mutual Fund was renamed as Standard Chartered Mutual Fund w.e.f. March 2001.

The schemes of Standard Chartered Mutual Fund have been transferred to IDFC Mutual Fund Company Private Limited

The IDBI Principal Mutual Fund was renamed as Principal Mutual Fund (Pvt.) Ltd. w.e.f. June 23, 2003. All schemes of

All schemes of Sun F & C Mutual Fund have been transferred to Principal Mutual Fund w.e.f. May 14, 2004.
Birla Mutual Fund took over Apple Mutual Fund in January 2000.
All schemes of Alliance Capital Mutual Fund have migrated to Birla Sun Life Mutual Fund w.e.f. September, 2005.
All schemes of IL & FS Mutual Fund have been transferred to UTI Mutual Fund w.e.f. July 5, 2004.
Jardine Fleming quit Indian Mutual Fund Industry in July 2002.
Anagram Wellingtone Mutual Fund was wound up in July 2000.
SEBI vide its order dated February 02, 2006 cancelled the certificate of Registration of Dundee Mutual Fund and
also withdrew the approval granted to Dundee Investment Management and Research Pvt. Ltd. to act as the Asset
DSP Merril Lynch Mutual Fund has been renamed as DSP Black Rock Mutual Fund.
ABN Amro Mutual Fund has been renamed as Fortis Mutual Fund.
Lotus India Mutual Fund has been renamed as Religare Mutual Fund.
Fidelity Mutual Fund was taken over by L&T Mutual Fund in 2012.
Bharti Axa is renamed as BOI AXA since May 7, 2012.Accordingly,
Bhartis stake has been aquired by BOI (51%).
the data in Apr 2012-Dec 2012 constitutes for the month of April 2012 only.
Sundaram BNP Paribus has been renamed as Sudaram Mutual Fund w.e.f. from Oct. 2011.
ING Vysya has been renamed as ING Mutual Fund w.e.f. from July 2007.
Benchmark has been renamed as Goldman Sachs Mutual Fund w.e.f. from Oct. 2011.
AIG has been renamed as Pinebridge w.e.f. from Nov. 2012.
Baroda Pioneer was earlier Bank of Baroda, a public sector mutual fund.
Shinsei MF was registered in Feb. 2009. It was renamed to Daiwa Mutual Fund in Jan. 2011.
Fortis Mutual Fund was registered in May 2004. It got renamed to BNP Paribas Mutual Fund w.e.f. from Oct.2010.
Private sector Mutual Funds commenced operations in 1993-94.
IDBIs data up to 1989-90 include assistance to small sector.
The IRBI was renamed as Industrial Invesments Bank of India Ltd.(IIBI) with effect from March 27, 1997. The IIBI is in

SIDBI commenced operations in April 1990, TDICI in July 1988, TFCI in February 1989 and GIC in 1973.
SCICIs assistance for 1987-88 covers the period from January 1987 to March 1988.
SCICI LTD. was merged with ICICI LTD. with effect from April 1, 1996.
RCTCs assistance up to 1987 relates to the calendar year; for 1988-89 to January-March and from 1989-90 onwards
to April-March. RCTC was renamed as IVCF with effect from February 28, 2000.
TDICI was renamed as ICICI Venture Funds Management Company Ltd. with effect from October 8, 1998.
Data for General Insurance Corporation of India also includes data for New India Assurance Company Ltd, United India
Insurance Company Ltd. and Oriental Insurance Company Ltd.
Data for GIC for the years 1998-99 to 2001-02 includes public sector bonds.

003, IDBI Act was repealed


to September 30,2004.
ate institutions. As such UTI

xcluding short-term disbursement.

on account of schemes

nal rural banks.


`10,000 till December 31, 1975,

000 till June 30, 1980 `30,000

ided insurance cover.

onwards, they refer to the

National Rural Credit (Long Term Operations)


National Rural Credit (Stabilisation)
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
International Development Association
Agricultural and Rural Debt Relief
Rural Infrastructure Development Fund
Medium Term and Long Term
Short Term
Agricultural Development Finance Companies

eement with KfW, Germany

General Fund and Export

deposits include cash certificates

are available in respect of 12

lieu of shortfall in their


oreign banks and private sector
eposits scheme.
tstanding portfolio relating to

es the difference between


fference between all receipts
ted as draw down of cash
of recovery) over revenue
udes States share in small
s net lending of the Central
y deficit denotes net fiscal deficit
payments. The net RBI credit to
overnment dated securities,(ii)
1, 1997 adjusted for changes in
ariation in loans and advances
ents having accounts with the
ental transactions between
ernments minus net lending
enue receipts and revenue
ns in the revenue account.

970-71, once in 1974-75 and


and expenditure items between
rnal grants, which were treated
(ii) prior to 1982-83, capital
, capital expenditures have
been changed by regrouping the
evelopmental heads followed
r collections, prior to 1990ating the above regrouping/
n adjusted for these changes to
eficit figures unaltered as given
ernment given in these tables

he Public Account of India


ent fund are made into/ out of
entral and State Government
refore, the figures for small
figures represent total small
schemes were transferred to
of net collections between 80
er cent from 2012-13. Amounts
ed in central government
From 2012-13, the redemption

of the Central Government on


unt. Regarding classification of
er expenditure on food subsidy
ars, data on the expenditure
expenditure. The expenditure
onent wise details are not
nts of developmental and non-

years 1999-2000 to 2001-02,


SF) investment in Central
r borrowings. Reinvestments
entres public debt and are

d November 2000 to March

ntre and the States, all taxes


buted between the Union and
union excise duty. As full
the period 2000-01 to 2005-06,

adjustments. The data relating


wn net of inter-Governmental
iture of the Centre are adjusted
eipts of the Centre are net of
bursements of the Centre are
capital receipts of the Centre are
is net of amount transferred

n the later budgets. As the


nce, the individual components

ces under small savings


h formed part of internal debt.
since 1999-2000. The sharp

99-2000 is due to this accounting

Loans and advances from the Central Government also include medium-term loans extended by the Centre to States to
n 1982-83, `4.00 billion

Loans from banks and other institutions include cash credit and loans from State Bank of India and other banks,
perative Development
di and Village Industries

With the change in the system of accounting with effect from 1999-2000, States share in small savings which was
cial securities issued to

d to NSSF), loans and Advances


dowments, reserve funds,

ows to CAGs data series on


debt for contingency
liabilities in 1990-91.
Bank records, CAGs
Ministry of Finance for
the flow data from the

Savings Fund, State Provident


intergovernmental transactions
pecial securities, (b) Loans and

All the postal savings schemes do not come under the purview of Wealth Tax Act from the assessment year 1993-94.
Interest rates on post office savings account and public provident funds are floating, i.e., changes in interest rates would
Interest on post office time deposit is compounded quarterly.

per cent payable on maturity


or after February 13,

tiring Employees of Public

s available at post offices and


of 55 years of age and
e subject to a maximum
years of age) and interest

mount not exceeding `1 lakh with


tainspecified schemes.

cted to individuals only with

nd from 1993-94 onwards they

es) Compensation Bonds,


981, and (iii) 5.75% Bonds,
re of Income and Wealth Act,

ctorate General of Commercial


e important aspects of coverage
ence may be made to the
d II, and (ii) Foreign Trade

and custom stations and inland


ta on exports, which include
ght (c.i.f.) values. Exports and
ian merchandise and re-exports
dise, whether intended for

al Trade Classification Revision-2


ification known as Indian Trade
C (HS) has been adopted from
ed Harmonized Commodity
Customs Cooperation
ve, time series data on exports
ome country and/ or group

ein the data relate to the


es, viz., Armenia, Azerbaijan,
Tajikistan, Turkmenistan,

n countries, viz., Austria,


y, Greece, Hungary, Ireland,
ep, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden
d prior to 1995-96, relate to

Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi


embership at the end of 1992
C during 2008. Data on OPEC
s for the period 1993-94 to

to unified Germany from 1990-

Trade balance = Total exports - Total imports.


Oil trade balance = Oil exports - Oil imports.
(iii) Non-oil trade balance = Non-oil exports - Non-oil imports.
Compositions of some of the important commodity/groups used in the tables (from 1987-88 onwards) are as follows:
Leather & manufactures include finished leather, leather goods, leather garments, footwear of leather & components

Engineering goods include ferro-alloys, aluminium other than products, non-ferrous metals, manufactures of metals,
& steel bar/rod, etc.,
nd project goods.
Chemicals and related products consists of (a) basic chemicals, Pharmaceuticals & cosmetics (drugs, Pharmaceuticals
als, cosmetics/toilet
(rubber manufactured
ss/glassware/ceramics/

l silk yarn, fabrics made-ups,


e, (e) woolen yarn,
essories, RMG silk, RMG
onsists of jute yarn, jute
(i) carpets consist of hand

03 onwards include exports of


er years and it is included in
06 do not include imports of
t figures for 2006-07 onwards

al fluctuations in the export/


efined as a measure of average
gn trade have been computed

Unit value index


The unit value index (UVI) is compiled on the basis of Paasches formula:
Pt Qt

-1
P0 Qt
Quantum index
Laspeyres formula is used for the construction of quantum index (QI):
= Po Qt

-2

Terms of trade

X 100

(QI) of exports

X QI(Exports)

Interest accrued during the year and credited to NRI deposits has been treated as notional outflow under invisible
ment has been effected
Data on business services are available only from 2004-05 onwards as new reporting arrangements were put in place

Data on Suppliers Credit up to 180 days has been included under Short-Term Credit from 2005-06.
The item Non-monetary Gold Movement has been deleted from invisibles in conformity with the IMF Manual on BoP
other capital payments

Since 1990-91, BoP data are presented in a format, in which in the year of imports, the value of defence related imports
der Loans (External
wed to the General
under debit to Loans
st payment on and
Debt Service in the capital
Payments (Chairman: Dr.

In accordance with the provisions of IMFs Balance of Payments Manual (5th edition), gold purchased from the

years have, therefore,


ange Reserves.
In accordance with the recommendations of the Report of the Technical Group on Reconciling Balance of Payments
urning from abroad have

In accordance with the IMFs Balance of Payments Manual (5th edition), compensation of employees has been shown
ecorded under the head

Since April 1998, the sale and purchase of foreign currency by the Full Fledged Money Changers (FFMCs) are included

In the table on BoP indicators, the GDP denotes GDP at current market prices.

Exchange Rates : Foreign currency transactions have been converted into rupees at the par/central rates up to June
he monthly averages of
3, conversion is made by
y averages of cross rates

Foreign direct investment: FDI to and by India up to 1999-2000 comprise mainly equity capital. In line with the international
ity capital, reinvested
tions between related
ranches in India and

cy REER & NEER series

With effect from April 1, 1999, the conversion of foreign currency assets into US dollar is done at weekend (for weekend
l 1, 1999, conversion of

Since March 1993, foreign exchange holdings are converted into Rupees at Rupee-US dollar RBI holding rates.
Reserve tranche position (RTP) in IMF has been included in total foreign exchange reserves from April 2, 2004 to match
been revised for 2002-03

ank of India (SBI), its Associates and


pots have also been established

Poverty is computed by using Tendulkar Methodology on the basis of Mixed Reference Period (MRP) from 2004-05
CE (Monthly Per capita

MRP Consumption: This is calculated by using consumer expenditure data for five non-food items, namely, clothing,
using 365-day reference

Population as on 1st March 2012 has been used for estimating number of persons below poverty line in 2011-12 period
Population as on 1st March 2010 has been used for estimating number of persons below poverty line in 2009-10 period
(interpolated between 2001 and 2011 population census).
For population in 2004-05, data as on 1st March 2005 has been used for estimating number of persons below poverty
Poverty line of Tamil Nadu has been used for Andaman & Nicobar Island.
Urban Poverty line of Punjab has been used for both rural and urban areas of Chandigarh.
Poverty line of Maharashtra has been used for Dadra & Nagar Haveli; Poverty line of Goa is used for Daman & Diu;
Poverty line of Kerala has been used for Lakshadweep.

Data are provisional and relate to select banks which cover 95 per cent of total non-food credit extended by all scheduled

Export credit under priority sector relates to foreign banks only.


Micro & small under item 2.1 includes credit to micro & small industries in manufacturing sector.
Micro & small enterprises under item 5.2 includes credit to micro & small enterprises in manufacturing as well as
Micro credit under priority sector includes loans of very small amount not exceeding `50,000 per borrower provided
by banks either directly or indirectly through a Self Help Groups (SHGs)/ Joint Liability Groups (JLGs) mechanism
or to Non-banking Finance Companies (NBFCs)/ Micro Finance Institutions (MFIs) for on-lending up to `50,000 per
For details of priority sector, please refer RBI Circular RBI/2006-2007/358 RPCD. No. Plan. BC. 84 /04.09.01/ 2006-07
Data on credit to commercial real estate since September 2009 are not comparable with the earlier data, due to change

New capital issues exclude bonus shares. Data on private placement and offer for sale are also excluded.
Preference shares include cumulative convertible shares.
Debentures also include bonds issued by certain financial institutions. Partly convertible debentures are included in

Indicates reissued security at price-based auctions.


Fresh issues through price based auctions.
Tap issue closed on May 23, 2000.
Yield based auctions.
Private Placement with the RBI.
Mark up (spread) over the base rate, Coupon for the first half year is 5.09%.
Mark up (spread) over the base rate, Coupon for the first half year is 7.01%.
Mark up (spread) over the base rate, Coupon for the first half year is 6.98%.
Uniform Price Auction.

For time series and

courier charges)

rX ^JVqgh mJ, ~B- 400 001. ^maV

266 2644 $g +91 22 2266 1784

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1974-75 to 2011-12

119

1974-75 to 2011-12

120

1974-75 to 2011-12

121

1975-76 to 2012-13

122

1985-86 to 2011-12

123

1985-86 to 2011-12

124

1974-75 to 2012-13

125

1975-76 to 2011-12

126

1994-95 to 2011-12

127

1999-00 to 2011-12

128

1999-00 to 2011-12

129

1973 to 2013

130

1983-84 to 2012-13

131

1974-75 to 2012-13

132

1980-81 to 2011-12

133

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389

1 Lakh = 1,00,000

Consumption

NDP at

of Fixed

Factor Cost

Capital
4

5
(Base Year : 2004-05 )

5.76

100.20

5.85

98.65

5.57

108.22

5.06

101.83

5.42

103.19

5.86

123.79

6.54

126.01

7.14

141.13

7.63

148.11

8.08

162.41

8.96

170.96

9.71

182.67

10.85

209.02

12.40

244.46

13.93

255.02

16.33

289.80

18.67

341.09

19.99

359.40

22.99

394.23

28.04

415.78

30.78

441.43

34.25

485.18

41.12

595.46

52.97

696.33

62.63

733.19

68.07

787.38

73.28

903.05

81.11

968.19

98.87

1046.13

114.22

1254.16

139.21

1462.92

161.14

1628.70

179.70

1913.87

209.76

2141.37

251.37

2375.80

283.38

2645.86

331.92

2988.76

388.50

3574.44

452.48

4112.92

526.50

4791.63

646.27

5489.01

741.38

6295.85

828.56

7351.04

967.49

8586.37

1125.86

10060.00

1298.48

11719.40

1472.67

13003.46

1637.40

15049.98

1864.72

16717.33

2068.92

17938.51

2288.50

19464.11

2461.80

20976.83

2721.55

23536.64

3198.91

26515.73

3637.21

30267.82

4187.29

35345.47

4846.96

40973.90

5651.97

47383.70

6597.99

54491.04

7628.00

65041.66

8767.30

74767.65

9934.07

84676.06

NNP at

GNP at

Factor Cost

Market
Prices
11

12
(Base Year : 2004-05 )

99.85

110.19

98.40

108.25

108.03

117.91

101.54

111.41

103.09

113.61

123.62

135.30

125.81

139.31

140.78

155.16

147.54

163.27

161.69

178.70

169.98

189.12

181.59

203.21

207.90

233.50

243.01

272.22

253.38

286.93

287.50

324.39

338.51

380.03

356.85

402.57

391.52

443.34

412.94

473.54

438.52

507.08

482.16

559.12

592.21

680.95

693.42

804.79

730.64

864.52

785.05

931.89

900.72

1056.15

966.63

1144.91

1047.66

1258.82

1257.61

1499.87

1463.32

1758.45

1622.36

1960.10

1904.43

2280.77

2127.13

2551.87

2361.51

2880.95

2627.81

3221.44

2962.57

3655.92

3529.48

4323.97

4055.61

4961.97

4716.18

5786.67

5388.24

6637.98

6179.40

7629.00

7230.24

8792.75

8455.54

10325.07

9925.16

12132.41

11588.58

14061.95

12871.41

15591.89

14900.30

17884.10

16563.02

20076.99

17711.18

21546.80

19263.43

23357.77

20809.93

25196.37

23329.56

28207.95

26291.98

32198.34

30006.66

36672.53

35013.13

42614.72

40768.78

49665.78

47054.47

55971.40

54111.04

64398.27

64223.59

77135.07

73999.35

88981.17

83677.06

99207.20

Gross Domestic

Net Domestic

Capital

Capital

Formation

Formation
17

18

12.62

6.86

9.20

3.35

9.30

3.73

11.21

6.15

14.61

9.19

20.56

14.70

19.58

13.04

18.26

11.12

20.34

12.71

25.60

17.52

25.56

16.60

30.53

20.82

33.52

22.67

39.58

27.18

46.85

32.92

54.49

38.16

54.66

35.99

52.97

32.98

65.26

42.27

72.15

44.11

81.65

50.87

82.49

48.24

118.58

77.47

141.35

88.39

149.49

86.86

162.73

94.65

188.80

115.52

242.38

161.27

256.48

157.61

286.84

172.62

333.03

193.82

375.22

214.08

417.56

237.86

490.78

281.02

596.48

345.11

650.48

367.10

805.32

473.40

997.96

609.46

1190.09

737.61

1526.04

999.54

1469.07

822.81

1784.37

1042.99

1977.85

1149.29

2585.61

1618.12

3100.45

1974.59

3361.25

2062.77

4020.92

2548.25

4365.21

2727.81

5388.34

3523.62

5282.99

3214.07

5711.46

3422.97

6277.43

3815.63

7624.16

4902.62

10640.41

7441.50

12797.54

9160.33

15314.33

11127.04

19007.62

14160.67

19313.80

13661.82

23631.32

17033.33

28716.49

21088.48

31414.65

22647.34

NDP at Factor

Indirect Taxes

Cost

less Subsidies
4

2633.93

164.52

2720.18

162.77

2903.25

174.66

3065.85

200.72

3144.62

229.18

3325.40

238.16

3275.23

265.33

3527.84

278.01

3602.02

301.67

3873.01

257.58

3989.02

292.59

4064.85

335.67

4269.10

396.03

4593.81

419.60

4398.97

458.30

4425.11

407.57

4789.47

424.64

4904.88

479.02

(Base Year : 2004-05 )

5224.11

511.57

5459.81

546.03

5500.15

592.35

5463.91

575.09

5713.11

519.46

5753.83

527.14

6290.58

584.51

6339.92

622.52

6831.91

652.77

7216.63

705.70

6776.51

665.85

7273.62

678.34

7685.83

749.48

7889.37

822.03

8531.68

832.91

8844.80

851.58

9190.10

1002.67

9569.99

1097.38

9872.47

1186.47

10926.83

1242.43

11599.07

1293.87

12191.54

1397.26

12295.07

1361.66

12946.56

1452.52

13703.20

1387.48

14574.02

1520.08

15651.52

1681.59

16927.08

1734.67

17589.84

1757.67

18759.39

1768.72

20262.91

2100.87

21043.65

2112.30

22150.18

2082.28

22975.68

2143.23

24847.22

2284.41

26515.73

2707.45

29021.80

2901.71

31786.64

3071.25

34690.08

3543.11

36897.72

2576.74

39941.65

2747.76

43649.52

3591.02

46188.09

3877.97

48230.87

3082.27

NNP at Factor

GNP at Market

Cost

Prices

10

11

2628.04

3020.10

2715.41

3100.68

2899.31

3292.50

3059.85

3449.02

3142.38

3564.60

3321.92

3762.34

3269.92

3745.03

3520.54

4020.20

3589.13

4120.31

3857.61

4344.97

3968.44

4502.12

4041.19

4631.61

4245.27

4910.49

4563.27

5271.53

4366.50

5129.85

4393.45

5127.81

4750.52

5524.29

4867.75

5714.60

5184.34

6088.09

5418.67

6402.75

5459.76

6509.38

5426.86

6476.47

5679.37

6694.44

5727.41

6781.51

6267.79

7408.06

6318.97

7533.48

6814.42

8085.00

7199.96

8548.67

6773.40

8113.57

7273.59

8663.38

7674.81

9172.72

7851.34

9464.91

8489.50

10153.42

8786.09

10526.43

9131.43

11082.66

9504.57

11608.09

9784.64

12048.56

10801.37

13179.40

11464.46

13961.54

12023.05

14707.66

12118.77

14857.07

12768.45

15679.44

13541.16

16448.86

14409.72

17552.72

15474.80

18882.28

16757.59

20328.37

17451.60

21189.75

18612.52

22500.12

20099.16

24486.54

20805.65

25359.11

21936.47

26618.19

22786.08

27662.98

24640.29

29834.97

(Base Year : 2004-05 )

26291.98

32198.34

28772.84

35183.48

31491.49

38419.74

34518.29

42337.68

36643.88

43909.66

39664.08

47630.90

43101.95

52413.51

45720.75

55846.45

47667.54

57573.31

NDP of Public

Gross Domestic

Sector

Capital
Formation
14

15
(Base Year : 2004-05 )

454.02

345.69

374.94

436.25

533.01

683.97

619.36

576.38

606.17
269.32

712.04

302.87

704.61

358.10

804.65

392.32

864.31

424.97

954.23

463.61

1053.31

488.89

1103.27

519.98

1057.44

569.81

1035.63

617.33

1149.95

677.73

1148.05

717.91

1244.04

763.03

1187.05

847.62

1417.82

854.37

1344.85

933.79

1209.45

1041.67

1430.53

1090.42

1668.43

1174.17

1985.41

1219.99

1754.45

1346.24

1904.72

1409.13

1800.32

1550.05

1854.56

1643.17

1980.20

1753.98

2079.92

1912.36

2245.67

2059.04

2326.23

2188.84

2632.65

2338.10

2956.54

2552.73

3196.89

2577.72

3794.36

2714.88

3167.69

2769.01

3577.10

2903.24

3659.48

3134.37

4372.24

3446.06

4712.42

3553.76

4755.26

3959.88

5462.85

4234.67

5669.30

4777.79

6669.08

4781.11

6300.56

5088.43

6588.27

5407.12

7086.37

5581.09

8199.25

5715.14

10640.41

6039.38

12369.27

6598.67

14023.69

7002.94

16568.92

7773.62

15703.33

8793.13

18412.63

9721.38

21203.77

10353.13
-

21318.40
-

Agriculture
At Current

At Constant

Prices

Prices
3

Year :

4
Year :

53.69

1188.77

52.30

1238.22

57.62

1349.58

49.02

1387.31

47.53

1366.79

60.39

1448.59

59.14

1374.97

68.61

1529.61

68.93

1507.30

72.56

1617.08

75.16

1611.87

76.74

1577.27

90.31

1606.82

110.34

1772.84

110.04

1534.04

128.01

1498.94

160.19

1754.84

165.12

1748.79

180.59

1875.56

186.20

2014.55

190.21

1960.89

209.21

1850.55

275.70

2006.48

302.04

1951.19

299.37

2228.17

305.85

2092.66

362.12

2354.55

372.17

2401.48

385.01

2080.60

484.26

2381.02

545.83

2496.45

588.49

2492.96

702.28

2761.04

757.31

2802.00

811.60

2807.47

871.11

2796.49

969.05

2748.20

1196.78

3211.14

1322.64

3223.84

1543.50

3361.76

1803.13

3284.07

2022.19

3515.84

2345.66

3627.64

2701.07

3799.59

2937.01

3762.43

3531.42

4153.77

3747.44

4030.30

4303.84

4317.19

4553.02

4421.13

4606.08

4394.32

4986.20

4678.15

4850.80

4297.52

5446.67

4763.24

5654.26

4766.34

6377.72

5029.96

7229.84

5237.45

8365.18

5569.56

9432.04

5554.42

10835.14

5577.15

13069.42

6068.48

14657.53

6305.40

16448.34

6413.64

Electricity, Gas & Water


Supply
At Constant

At Current

Prices

Prices
12

13
(Base Year : 2004-05)

8.83

0.30

9.23

0.31

9.96

0.33

10.82

0.36

12.02

0.42

13.12

0.49

15.13

0.60

17.06

0.70

19.66

0.83

21.27

0.95

24.31

1.08

27.30

1.26

32.27

1.49

35.23

1.78

38.92

2.01

42.32

2.52

47.00

2.92

53.05

3.48

57.82

4.14

61.41

4.69

66.40

5.11

69.47

5.53

71.02

5.97

74.24

7.68

84.98

9.39

94.74

12.45

99.26

14.23

110.58

17.00

111.94

19.64

118.38

22.71

129.60

26.38

138.13

31.19

147.67

36.85

163.68

44.55

176.67

53.82

194.89

61.21

210.01

68.71

230.38

79.92

252.81

95.60

269.71

114.89

295.87

140.67

316.40

177.64

340.13

209.41

372.03

262.73

397.31

306.12

418.93

330.37

451.27

388.42

483.00

480.62

508.91

465.25

520.30

481.29

529.90

496.92

555.03

569.93

580.62

592.64

626.75

626.75

671.23

691.07

733.62

761.53

794.30

838.30

830.50

910.70

882.18

1138.83

927.73

1310.08

988.14

1448.17

1029.18

1702.38

Fin
At Current

At Constant

Prices

Prices
19
(Base Year : 2004-05)
10.48

238.63

10.55

248.63

11.21

252.19

11.51

261.40

11.92

271.90

13.78

276.35

15.25

286.79

16.67

294.92

18.01

306.19

19.85

312.52

21.45

325.96

23.48

336.93

26.28

347.35

30.84

356.88

33.45

367.66

38.90

374.12

44.45

384.31

47.32

403.05

51.07

419.80

56.27

437.35

61.02

459.89

67.30

477.67

80.57

489.36

106.42

487.79

120.67

521.42

130.66

562.77

147.02

590.32

161.19

632.03

186.04

638.18

219.68

650.41

269.46

703.26

307.49

770.29

357.16

845.85

411.25

909.07

480.22

997.83

542.72

1102.95

619.63

1183.83

731.59

1299.34

856.30

1460.88

1003.18

1551.65

1155.70

1719.56

1362.50

1813.20

1609.90

2015.68

1921.42

2094.01

2311.75

2263.48

2731.35

2403.54

3130.93

2684.95

3585.38

2894.40

3990.94

3149.90

4417.85

3292.71

4902.90

3527.92

5421.32

3800.81

6232.46

4022.43

7277.20

4371.74

8466.06

4923.40

9983.79

5610.63

11500.44

6281.24

13108.45

7036.29

14816.23

7719.05

17747.08

8496.32

21025.58

9488.08

24099.65

10306.84

Government final
consumption
expenditure
At

At

Constant

Current

Prices

Prices
4

181.66

6.38

181.87

6.61

184.15

6.98

185.23

7.28

190.36

7.80

203.61

8.60

229.29

10.05

237.42

10.78

241.68

11.36

254.73

12.40

274.15

13.77

330.78

16.70

406.47

21.46

424.64

23.13

465.80

26.65

473.80

29.21

486.58

32.65

512.11

35.76

560.50

40.08

613.70

44.79

673.86

51.85

680.31

55.14

679.36

60.45

653.98

73.34

717.15

86.45

770.84

96.02

797.19

102.45

856.18

113.73

909.75

130.74

951.96

151.79

992.03

177.85

1087.47

210.22

1136.12

242.88

1220.59

279.27

1349.24

332.57

1476.10

393.22

1597.05

461.60

1684.58

532.80

1774.60

609.97

1834.88

695.25

1831.80

784.58

1895.03

888.46

2007.51

1030.66

2035.29

1146.72

2194.12

1358.83

2295.94

1540.89

2554.29

1822.45

2865.72

2257.16

3203.20

2588.68

3247.27

2734.00

3323.69

2911.89

3317.53

3015.73

3409.62

3247.83

3545.18

3545.18

3860.07

4016.19

4005.79

4434.77

4389.19

5130.21

4844.59

6153.33

5517.02

7711.51

5843.52

8910.33

6345.59

10426.77

6592.36

11867.61

Import of Goods and


Services
At

At

Constant

Current

Prices

Prices
14

15
(Base Year : 2004-05)

326.67

10.38

230.38

7.02

208.46

6.52

266.11

7.50

300.47

8.39

372.24

11.74

399.54

13.04

325.33

11.04

289.57

10.10

337.92

12.05

304.95

11.13

316.87

12.11

327.62

13.62

338.69

15.29

301.25

14.78

387.47

21.42

372.19

22.36

318.74

19.68

277.19

17.67

326.85

18.16

385.78

20.06

378.49

20.49

Assam

409.06

31.76

356.87

47.79

361.43

56.64

368.29

56.14

469.18

65.17

469.41

74.23

560.11

100.94

640.51

135.96

704.74

148.09

729.09

157.36

889.37

176.75

761.92

194.84

867.61

217.54

1015.83

223.59

998.89

252.59

1090.73

320.10

1113.46

402.12

1150.94

486.98

1151.11

562.49

1394.32

730.00

1662.97

859.99

2038.83

1047.10

2612.27

1449.53

2548.53

1610.22

2884.95

1843.33

3486.34

2247.45

3730.12

2657.02

3901.32

2975.23

4016.19

3110.50

4498.00

3799.81

5122.50

4368.78

6259.45

6259.45

8299.26

8134.66

10081.98

10405.35

11109.63

12191.09

13633.02

16140.40

13341.80

16471.39

15451.63

20501.82

18771.97

27224.54

20040.73

31601.59

Bihar

40.16

94.79

47.15

113.71

51.75

123.66

56.01

141.82

63.30

153.58

67.80

185.33

80.64

194.08

94.98

227.87

106.32

250.99

115.43

268.20

130.95

312.50

134.77

207.80

156.15

236.30

171.70

218.35

184.65

294.49

202.11

303.07

227.10

348.37

262.73

381.78

320.11

460.71

337.60

525.19

350.94

523.23

393.94

593.02

429.27

597.01

475.13

660.41

471.81

701.67

524.40

741.44

570.33

913.31

623.42

1028.53

714.78

1296.90

852.53

1481.51

1014.21

1866.53

1146.95

2254.82

1310.14

2825.62

Chhattis-

Maha-

garh

rashtra
15

16

211.52

228.90

264.67

284.31

337.70

404.72

501.39

581.37

658.08

820.76

997.29
121.63

1017.67

131.99

1165.07

144.35

1407.30

163.72

1586.83

183.45

1725.30

203.13

1863.64

213.31

2166.74

238.40

2171.98

222.41

2190.38

254.35

2353.70

278.25

2585.11

338.23

2942.02

378.57

3320.70

413.87

3700.23

456.64

4371.03

575.36

5269.10

693.48

6198.84

828.09

6777.81

841.96

7707.94

1004.16

9343.76

1191.96

10827.51

1369.92

12391.04

Tripura

Uttar
Pradesh
26

27

3.90

195.33

4.33

215.14

4.74

246.69

5.22

272.37

6.01

304.81

7.71

366.01

8.40

416.64

9.17

494.96

10.30

572.06

10.79

620.56

12.44

698.46

16.19

709.35

16.88

826.21

20.73

928.11

25.00

1121.46

30.15

1201.25

34.73

1330.22

41.93

1441.60

44.96

1568.09

51.14

1617.69

58.89

1683.70

62.23

1826.52

69.90

2004.63

76.48

2175.77

81.70

2310.29

90.40

2586.43

99.81

2967.67

108.08

3358.10

125.09

3927.71

141.62

4635.83

162.27

5320.96

182.69

6041.35

202.58
-

6863.80
-

es are not strictly comparable.

Assam

Bihar
4

27.93

74.22

28.07

81.17

29.92

82.93

29.07

89.50

30.37

84.55

30.60

95.23

32.86

93.65

34.26

102.53

35.77

96.73

36.13

91.00

37.54

93.20

134.77

207.80

137.96

231.63

141.25

195.82

144.67

245.69

147.04

234.04

145.74

248.79

150.78

261.37

320.11

460.71

328.21

536.56

336.68

505.79

357.08

569.75

379.05

533.01

392.07

600.45

471.81

701.67

486.02

698.61

507.97

815.14

529.68

859.15

561.23

967.29

612.94

1020.27

662.80

1176.05

705.44

1302.81

754.17

1496.21

Chhattis-

Maha-

garh

rashtra
15

16

171.28

173.48

187.14

189.69

202.48

223.62

260.51

272.24

271.39

312.43

346.88
121.63

1017.67

121.81

1037.43

124.96

1151.88

130.41

1197.32

135.51

1263.39

138.82

1313.68

137.19

1438.63

238.40

2171.98

223.72

2105.26

255.03

2179.63

250.72

2329.94

297.82

2509.89

313.77

2728.60

413.87

3700.23

420.63

4236.32

500.65

4819.83

541.12

5380.81

576.62

5465.33

592.63

5993.38

644.70

6614.69

687.96

7093.15

745.31

7603.08

Tripura

Uttar
Pradesh
26

27

2.79

160.76

2.87

163.31

2.90

169.71

3.07

177.06

3.47

185.06

3.90

209.19

4.16

215.01

4.47

227.80

4.59

228.73

4.76

231.19

5.29

236.92

16.19

709.35

16.01

746.35

17.33

770.46

19.23

855.97

21.32

846.86

23.33

853.10

25.32 44.96

1568.09

47.78

1600.15

54.33

1629.26

57.96

1681.98

61.36

1770.54

66.39

1859.20

81.70

2310.29

87.08

2445.14

94.58

2639.35

100.82

2808.51

111.46

3021.92

122.87

3209.89

132.54

3466.21

143.97

3694.91

156.46
-

3897.43
-

: Owing to differences in methodology of compilation, data for different States / Union Territories are not str

Total

Fishing

(2+3+4)

71.15

813.54

78.02

938.41

82.35

1050.75

95.82

1267.58
1376.46

112.84
-

0.29

15.88

0.31

16.61

0.33

24.20

0.38

33.71

0.38

44.28

0.39

52.14

12.88

171.26

13.68

193.95

15.65

232.36

21.10

280.89

22.25

295.05

26.94

323.84

12.49

284.37

20.22

384.63

20.70

381.74

20.11

475.81

27.57

610.08

32.04

689.31

6.59

157.11

7.48

160.27

9.69

184.53

16.98

235.34

21.30

268.42

27.85

297.01

3.79

12.12

3.71

13.19

4.00

14.54

4.06

16.73

5.70

22.45
-

Services
Trade, Hotels

Banking &

& Restaurants

Insurance

14

15

517.16

152.99

572.81

196.52

612.08

213.43

700.82

270.07

811.19
-

319.61
-

1.76

1.22

1.98

1.34

2.54

1.58

3.24

1.91

3.99

2.23

4.74

2.64

109.42

22.18

122.32

24.01

135.11

29.28

149.39

37.94

165.14

46.02

186.23

56.06

248.84

34.67

306.26

38.90

379.84

48.58

458.27

62.63

581.34

76.91

737.53

94.46

69.45

17.50

88.10

21.24

80.26

27.17

98.35

37.01

114.90

47.36

128.31

62.56

25.65

9.85

30.76

11.81

33.02

13.08

40.80

15.23

42.30

18.47

Fishing

Total
(2+3+4)

20.70

546.65

23.05

543.92

25.34

631.47

27.62

999.01

27.82

1164.35
-

1.68

328.10

2.66

406.24

3.03

450.83

5.87

525.20
618.48

7.45
-

0.35

70.66

0.39

72.45

0.37

76.90

0.36

87.31

0.49

102.31

0.49

115.06

1.62

79.90

1.89

83.72

2.06

91.08

2.19

102.64

2.36

115.05

2.50

128.32

2.43

121.43

2.67

144.00

3.07

138.61

3.75

153.91

4.72

171.10

5.94

190.31

7.98

431.82

12.82

457.50

14.88

504.99

21.33

643.90

23.53

695.09

26.44

752.30

Services
Trade, Hotels

Banking &

& Restaurants

Insurance

14

15

557.42

157.52

657.38

181.75

716.97

183.70

863.71

229.27

1014.26
-

279.72
-

265.67

48.68

324.33

56.85

408.14

65.23

513.20

88.09

611.29

116.88

32.92

10.77

41.46

12.72

51.00

15.87

55.25

21.50

64.23

24.13

68.84

27.54

26.53

12.16

28.47

13.27

29.48

14.24

34.61

18.31

39.17

21.59

43.65

26.34

95.45

20.16

101.44

22.64

118.26

27.20

135.90

36.06

151.68

42.46

179.48

50.00

380.12

148.59

425.09

179.89

460.27

196.66

574.78

228.82

633.94

275.02

685.81

326.91

Total

Fishing

(2+3+4)

23.06

228.98

23.07

270.91

27.06

282.71

28.53

348.97
403.01

30.66
-

2.79

372.22

3.70

455.86

4.09

551.52

4.40

587.13

5.20

744.17

6.36

884.77

15.74

759.48

14.93

714.02

16.67

863.47

20.41

1281.90
1423.85

24.98
-

1.19

14.76

1.21

16.93

1.27

20.42

1.33

21.19

1.41

23.86

1.47

27.12

0.24

19.61

0.25

20.84

0.31

21.11

0.33

22.07

0.35

23.01

0.38

23.82

0.18

7.47

0.18

8.88

0.23

10.13

0.30

10.70

0.38

11.76

0.00

0.00

0.26

20.95

0.40

24.94

0.44

27.11

0.47

29.01

0.50

30.69

0.57

32.55

Services
Trade, Hotels

Banking &

& Restaurants

Insurance

14

15

342.55

85.65

406.08

100.83

493.89

111.02

566.49

136.67

676.90

163.60

220.34

57.63

248.96

71.29

283.50

85.67

312.04

116.56

359.54

147.61

414.48

194.49

1022.46

683.18

1081.40

819.99

1261.22

878.90

1513.42

1077.34

1734.81
-

1240.99
-

4.98

1.16

5.42

1.21

6.26

1.54

6.98

1.99

7.82

2.33

8.75

2.74

10.44

2.21

10.81

2.57

12.50

3.00

13.38

4.22

14.84

5.35

15.62

6.47

3.82

1.00

4.43

1.15

5.00

1.33

5.79

1.44

6.61

1.60

0.00

0.00

2.91

1.44

3.58

1.49

3.89

1.77

4.63

2.47

5.58

3.10

6.60

3.59

Total

Fishing

(2+3+4)

12.08

295.81

14.56

297.54

16.05

324.40

20.09

360.37

22.53

348.21

22.44

487.78

2.96

452.37

3.26

525.36

4.14

584.55

4.35

643.38

4.86

718.09

5.26

799.43

1.25

456.09

1.34

517.89

1.64

557.52

2.20

849.73

2.81

1121.45

0.01

3.75

0.01

4.36

0.01

4.74

0.02

5.42
6.24

0.02
-

24.69

391.59

28.49

443.96

34.57

592.97

35.98

696.71

36.23

731.73

37.13

813.56

2.23

25.77

2.55

28.02

2.97

31.91

3.39

35.81

3.88

39.08

4.43

42.66

10.65

948.20

11.07

1191.53

12.33

1358.65

13.82

1527.93

23.55

1818.34

26.13

2018.62

Services
Trade, Hotels

Banking &

& Restaurants

Insurance

14

15

144.62

35.93

169.91

44.10

193.39

50.91

236.12

68.50

273.70

79.40

329.94

98.30

173.41

64.41

202.07

76.48

217.84

88.04

252.91

113.10

285.62

133.51

323.72

160.66

269.40

65.35

305.21

80.80

343.45

89.21

457.52

115.74

553.82
-

136.95
-

1.20

0.77

1.34

0.85

1.49

1.06

1.69

1.49

1.94
-

2.09
-

615.54

230.25

696.16

265.00

767.47

272.13

885.30

349.50

979.89

404.49

1067.63

437.82

14.51

2.50

16.26

2.83

18.22

3.50

19.31

4.17

20.47

4.88

21.70

5.13

497.20

133.54

549.99

161.66

599.31

189.74

693.26

236.54

773.46

280.94

878.24

329.54

Total

Fishing

(2+3+4)

0.11

64.13

0.13

74.52

0.18

89.90

0.23

97.09

0.30

109.59

0.38

123.34

92.89

664.37

102.85

718.19

118.34

893.39

128.27

1015.15

146.12

1135.51

165.72

1313.67

0.96

3.15

1.01

3.73

1.00

3.84

1.09

4.07
4.27

1.18
-

0.01

0.93

0.01

0.99

0.01

1.05

0.01

1.02
1.01

0.01
-

0.05

12.19

0.05

13.19

0.05

19.34

0.06

22.87

0.09

27.10

0.62

3.76

0.94

5.04

1.34

6.32

1.90

6.76

1.15

6.21

3.41

8.82

Services
Trade, Hotels

Banking &

& Restaurants

Insurance

14

15

90.02

14.42

116.90

17.65

160.38

20.14

193.98

25.52

215.50

30.66

244.14

37.05

476.50

184.15

543.15

201.80

621.16

217.62

794.66

259.18

915.73

303.71

1053.01

345.68

2.54

0.51

2.57

0.57

2.70

0.74

2.90

0.99

3.08

1.17

39.88

14.28

43.45

19.80

44.55

25.01

52.27

30.95

57.79
-

38.29
-

354.04

238.66

374.35

286.00

422.19

359.03

494.03

450.60

589.76
-

542.16
-

18.35

3.04

16.89

3.49

18.47

4.18

20.13

4.61

20.15

5.04

21.40

5.55

es are not strictly comparable.

Total

Fishing

(2+3+4)

70.55

668.41

72.65

675.99

71.20

673.27

81.30

721.85
726.29

95.48
-

0.16

14.30

0.16

13.25

0.16

13.08

0.17

14.61

0.18

15.29

0.18

15.75

6.36

134.72

6.93

139.43

7.99

148.68

7.36

157.22

7.85

161.31

8.40

166.97

10.15

238.00

9.98

262.22

9.66

237.30

9.38

263.11

11.19

306.02

11.60

312.15

6.59

157.11

7.48

160.27

9.69

184.53

16.98

235.34

21.30

268.42

27.85

297.01

2.32

8.77

2.20

8.38

2.18

8.34

2.10

7.86
9.80

2.05
-

Services
Trade, Hotels

Banking &

& Restaurants

Insurance

14

15

431.67

171.47

451.07

209.73

459.21

228.54

483.20

268.53

515.19
-

307.68
-

1.49

1.36

1.59

1.43

1.79

1.69

2.08

1.88

2.34

2.21

2.62

2.59

92.50

24.86

96.44

27.81

102.31

31.27

102.47

37.61

106.87

44.14

112.87

50.68

202.20

38.62

228.77

41.51

250.39

52.01

277.36

62.27

316.89

74.04

361.93

90.93

69.45

17.50

88.10

21.24

80.26

27.17

98.35

37.01

114.90

47.36

128.31

62.56

14.85

11.04

13.59

12.40

14.90

14.01

16.71

15.11

17.99

17.75
-

Total

Fishing

(2+3+4)

14.21

406.74

15.39

367.54

15.67

354.91

15.81

437.85
461.38

15.32
-

1.59

233.29

1.70

249.78

1.95

244.60

2.18

259.07
280.64

2.46
-

0.36

64.09

0.37

61.64

0.36

53.17

0.34

62.86

0.37

57.08

0.37

63.39

1.34

70.90

1.49

72.25

1.50

71.90

1.53

74.13

1.55

76.82

1.58

79.92

2.43

102.14

2.74

120.07

2.45

111.56

2.50

118.04

2.94

125.29

3.46

134.76

5.81

349.19

7.35

355.86

7.38

368.86

10.10

405.46

10.59

396.71

10.99

404.39

Services
Trade, Hotels

Banking &

& Restaurants

Insurance

14

15

475.43

176.55

496.16

193.99

574.04

196.79

638.95

226.91

717.55

261.34

226.75

54.23

255.87

60.67

309.60

69.85

354.58

87.63

386.54

112.57

26.62

13.05

31.51

13.25

33.62

16.99

33.96

21.61

36.78

23.48

37.46

24.41

21.93

13.58

24.74

17.02

24.21

18.31

24.96

20.72

25.77

22.58

26.62

23.48

81.23

22.59

80.01

24.16

93.35

29.12

102.31

35.61

112.14

41.82

122.90

49.10

314.95

166.49

326.24

191.99

331.91

210.52

379.27

225.78

399.96

247.55

414.15

272.61

Total

Fishing

(2+3+4)

14.73

163.50

14.70

174.58

14.63

168.18

13.92

160.50
158.96

13.64
-

2.37

310.29

2.65

338.47

2.39

372.21

2.26

369.46

2.49

436.93

2.62

497.41

13.65

596.03

12.81

503.04

12.62

506.43

12.95

584.77
555.98

13.28
-

1.07

12.77

1.08

14.12

1.09

16.13

1.11

16.39

1.13

17.75

1.15

19.55

0.20

14.95

0.20

15.52

0.22

15.81

0.24

15.99

0.25

16.14

0.26

16.42

0.17

6.87

0.17

7.81

0.21

8.51

0.26

8.71

0.32

9.23

0.00

0.00

0.25

20.30

0.32

22.07

0.34

22.65

0.35

24.08

0.37

25.37

0.41

26.59

Trade, Hotels

Banking &

& Restaurants

Insurance

14

15

307.31

96.00

317.39

107.61

355.57

118.88

387.81

134.95

423.18
-

154.78
-

186.13

64.59

192.67

76.08

206.40

91.74

215.68

114.97

229.82

139.36

245.95

170.52

875.24

761.28

860.93

875.13

973.65

940.69

1079.38

1063.32

1178.62
-

1220.45
-

4.35

1.30

4.46

1.29

4.96

1.64

5.28

1.96

5.66

2.26

6.09

2.59

8.41

2.47

8.59

2.74

9.40

3.21

10.19

3.89

10.68

4.63

10.97

5.42

3.35

1.12

3.67

1.23

4.04

1.43

4.52

1.55

5.02

1.74

0.00

0.00

2.68

1.61

2.85

1.59

3.07

1.90

3.23

2.43

3.42

2.68

3.63

2.95

Total

Fishing

(2+3+4)

10.53

188.40

10.86

191.04

10.67

205.84

11.31

209.03

11.26

197.62

11.48

231.01

2.41

318.75

2.63

325.00

2.89

321.70

2.92

325.62

2.93

329.10

2.96

330.52

0.99

331.24

1.04

344.75

1.13

332.59

1.19

442.54

1.27

444.92

0.01

3.16

0.01

3.38

0.01

3.50

0.01

3.60
3.76

0.01
-

19.38

276.27

19.18

267.45

19.68

282.83

21.28

295.57

21.46

316.64

22.10

320.19

1.84

27.83

2.08

29.80

2.40

31.00

2.73

32.84

3.10

34.45

3.93

36.33

10.34

769.96

10.86

796.59

12.16

786.83

12.92

823.09

13.30

860.32

14.76

883.14

Trade, Hotels

Banking &

& Restaurants

Insurance

14

15

123.02

40.25

133.79

47.15

145.98

54.52

162.68

67.57

172.56

78.14

193.87

92.73

128.87

71.51

140.70

81.26

145.96

94.39

158.47

112.04

174.35

129.52

190.50

147.35

219.66

73.25

236.73

86.23

247.99

95.53

294.93

114.29

311.76
-

134.71
-

0.90

0.87

0.93

0.91

0.98

1.13

1.00

1.47

1.04
-

Fishing

1.90
-

527.96

256.49

545.99

282.82

569.09

291.40

614.16

345.12

636.88

391.90

640.12

408.06

11.02

2.80

12.43

3.02

13.41

3.75

14.21

4.46

15.25

5.33

16.68

5.26

385.97

148.76

416.41

172.53

437.54

203.17

487.36

233.57

512.13

272.39

538.76

291.73

Total
(2+3+4)

0.10

51.36

0.10

48.75

0.10

53.58

0.11

56.68

0.11

58.55

0.11

60.86

77.83

522.60

78.71

506.78

77.98

539.91

76.53

536.03

78.78

545.78

80.89

559.74

0.61

2.67

0.79

3.03

0.81

3.06

0.85

3.19
3.35

0.90
-

0.01

0.76

0.01

0.81

0.01

0.71

0.01

0.67
0.63

0.01
-

0.03

10.23

0.03

10.15

0.03

13.16

0.04

13.82
14.59

0.04
-

0.22

2.93

0.61

4.46

0.52

3.56

0.71

3.73

0.29

3.32

1.32

5.85

Services
Trade, Hotels

Banking &

& Restaurants

Insurance

14

15

76.48

16.06

92.87

18.83

123.65

21.57

141.35

25.20

146.02

29.42

152.12

34.22

401.16

205.14

420.56

215.36

465.39

233.03

554.96

257.70

587.22

292.07

629.46

323.32

1.82

0.57

1.62

0.61

2.18

0.80

2.35

0.97

2.49
-

1.11
-

31.09

15.91

33.97

21.13

34.79

26.78

38.20

30.54

38.94
-

34.81
-

301.08

267.49

297.68

305.23

316.96

384.26

339.12

482.18

376.28
-

es are not strictly comparable.

552.55
-

17.49

3.39

16.41

3.72

17.29

4.48

17.51

4.55

18.30

5.04

20.17

5.24

Assam

Bihar

5715

3037

6493

3372

7001

3041

7394

4001

7966

4014

8826

4495

10080

4794

12282

5786

12803

6415

13059

6200

14421

6930

15487

6852

16900

7449

16782

7914

18396

8223

19737

9967

21290

11051

24099

13728

28383

15457

33348

19205

37250

22890

42036

28317

Chhattis-

Maha-

garh

rashtra
15

16

6539

12183

6983

13654

7479

16152

8353

17844

9218

19016

10056

20143

10405

22978

11629

23011

10744

22777

12170

24035

13002

26015

15515

29139

16976

32376

18559

36077

20117

41965

24800

49831

29385

57760

34360

62234

34366

69765

40166

83395

46743

95339

52689

107670

Tamil

Tripura

Nadu

25

26

8955

5534

10503

5656

11819

6828

13269

8109

15388

9658

17383

11012

18337

13195

19432

14119

20972

15983

20942

18368

21830

19059

24087

21138

27512

22836

30062

24394

35243

26668

42288

29081

47606

31111

54137

35587

64338

39815

78473

45087

88697

50175

98550
-

55004
Central Statistics Office (CSO) website as on 01.03.2013.

Assam

Bihar

5715

3037

5737

3306

5760

2728

5793

3338

5796

3100

5684

3210

5785

3282

12282

5786

12447

6554

12529

5994

13072

6658

13675

6117

13946

6772

16782

7914

17050

7748

17579

8896

18089

9231

18922

10239

20406

10645

21793

12100

22910

13226

24198

14994

Chhattis-

Maha-

garh

rashtra

15

16

6539

12183

6445

12158

6474

13221

6654

13464

6810

13925

6873

14199

6692

15257

11629

23011

10808

21892

12202

22258

11716

23447

13661

24859

14070

26603

18559

36077

18530

40671

21580

45582

22929

50138

23926

50183

24189

54246

25788

59037

26979

62457

28666

66066

Tamil

Tripura

Nadu

25

26

8955

5534

9932

5364

10147

5707

10451

6239

11260

6828

11592

7396

12167

7968

19432

14119

20319

14933

19748

16947

19662

17752

20707

18554

22975

19825

30062

24394

34126

25688

39166

27558

41314

29022

43193

31711

47394

34544

53507

36826

57131

39542

59113
-

42481
Central Statistics Office (CSO) website as on 01.03.2012.

Household Sector
Physical

Total (2+3)

Savings

6.20

6.34

6.23

6.95

5.30

6.72

4.92

7.74

6.12

10.41

8.89

12.22

7.37

10.28

6.24

9.86

8.34

12.67

7.70

12.26

7.48

12.37

10.20

15.19

8.46

15.89

11.83

18.97

15.24

25.96

22.97

31.61

24.10

32.75

24.82

32.77

34.56

43.75

31.60

45.31

36.74

52.29

32.02

53.30

44.08

80.20

63.03

86.77

58.72

97.90

63.54

112.06

78.26

136.79

98.24

164.82

102.57

163.38

95.06

181.16

93.99

190.13

92.33

219.72

136.61

269.55

149.17

327.96

181.28

366.66

187.75

421.11

304.84

573.04

398.80

670.63

449.87

829.85

589.63

1086.03

435.31

1056.32

625.76

1279.43

567.16

1514.54

664.08

1871.42

928.66

1985.85

829.93

2246.53

1373.50

2841.27

1717.68

3521.14

2322.48

4388.51

2485.30

4637.50

2978.13

5452.88

3109.06

5641.61

3443.27

6575.87

4357.29

7636.85

4306.57

8689.88

5101.40

9943.96

5381.37

11183.47

7598.46

13308.73

8560.46

16307.99

10245.67

18329.01

12841.91

20037.20

Non-

Life

banking

insurance

deposits

fund

1.08

3.07

0.45

3.56

0.92

3.44

1.30

4.23

1.14

5.24

2.27

5.92

2.32

6.83

4.77

7.73

3.78

9.15

8.94

10.37

8.70

12.35

10.19

13.76

9.60

15.56

14.23

17.79

15.12

21.59

13.26

25.89

15.80

34.23

18.39

44.15

12.86

55.99

22.18

70.03

60.35

71.14

116.54

95.48

115.47

113.70

131.98

138.94

259.80

161.21

67.33

194.10

76.70

234.28

38.44

286.44

30.04

338.61

-3.47

412.37

124.96

520.09

19.45

522.40

0.83

679.86

5.22

834.94

45.84

1148.51

12.86

1698.48

147.42

1528.61

185.16

2598.21

50.99

2101.02

208.94

1892.93

204.11

1794.69

Loans & advances

Loans & advances

from Government

from co-operative
non-credit societies
14

15

0.66

0.11

0.21

0.36

0.60

0.26

0.67

0.25

1.18

0.19

0.95

0.10

1.81

0.80

1.97

0.93

1.51

0.82

1.48

1.34

1.33

1.03

2.03

1.06

1.97

1.14

2.05

0.89

4.35

2.08

3.47

2.26

4.74

2.03

7.47

0.85

6.11

0.73

4.69

2.88

4.43

2.95

7.10

3.10

4.17

3.26

2.75

3.42

2.29

3.60

4.88

3.43

9.44

3.48

12.27

3.50

13.19

2.80

11.11

3.84

2.16

4.23

-2.69

1.05

-5.15

3.04

-4.89

2.77

-6.50

2.29

-2.48

2.45

-1.99

2.50

-1.47

2.52

-0.99

2.60

7.83

2.57

43.73

2.57

Change in Stocks
At Current

At Constant

Prices

Prices
3

10.45

39.49

9.74

10.46

9.68

-23.82

11.12

11.56

13.84

14.57

17.71

44.49

18.03

71.28

17.82

-4.80

20.03

44.79

22.90

61.28

25.54

52.04

28.42

45.08

33.74

36.80

39.72

62.18

44.20

46.95

48.66

66.21

53.95

55.90

56.72

14.35

61.92

72.45

64.88

86.31

74.79

114.55

84.80

32.42

96.75

117.95

120.80

148.63

138.95

21.70

155.46

76.07

178.35

112.60

197.19

217.55

225.64

155.28

268.15

10.04

326.50

235.90

389.05

178.57

440.05

74.83

504.49

173.74

596.40

272.76

694.76

212.03

812.04

60.09

956.17

241.71

1139.93

160.60

1396.63

150.63

1524.66

-17.91

1779.29

183.31

1914.56

-38.16

2284.42

215.29

2950.46

342.75

3280.46

-225.55

3724.01

169.29

4270.69

-52.21

4846.66

528.90

4951.96

173.20

5902.40

-34.81

6011.20

200.49

6974.78

216.68

9310.28

801.50

11202.92

1015.11

13437.74

1335.56

16416.73

1754.11

18210.99

852.90

20557.72

1430.52

24744.64

1855.09

27490.71

1286.55

Private Corporate Sector


At Current

At Constant

Prices

Prices
3
6.20 6.23 5.30 4.92 6.12 8.89 7.37 6.24 8.34 7.70 7.48 10.20 8.46 11.83 15.24 22.97 24.10 24.82 34.56 31.60 36.74 32.02 44.08 63.03 -

58.72 63.54 78.26 98.24 102.57 95.06 93.99 92.33 136.61 149.17 181.28 187.75 304.84 398.80 449.87 589.63 435.31 625.76 567.16 664.08 928.66 829.93 1373.50 1717.68 2322.48 2485.30 2978.13 3109.06 3443.27 4357.29

3348.69

4306.57

4855.56

5101.40

5783.77

5381.37

7683.52

7598.46

5419.02

8560.46

6449.89

10245.67

8124.89

12841.90

7085.02

3. Data for 2010-11 are Second Revised Estimates.

Private Sector
(end-March)

Number of Persons
on the live register
(end-December)
3
6.75
6.79
6.79
6.95

4
8.43
9.33
9.78
10.92

7.11
7.23
7.24
7.40
7.53
7.39
7.36
7.43
7.37
7.39
7.39
7.45
7.58
7.68
7.85
7.85
7.93
8.06
8.51
8.69
8.75
8.70
8.65
8.65
8.43
8.42
8.25
8.45
8.77
9.24
9.88
10.38
10.85
11.45

12.68
14.33
16.20
17.84
19.75
21.95
23.55
26.27
30.13
30.25
30.05
32.78
34.63
36.30
36.76
36.28
36.69
36.74
37.43
39.14
40.09
40.37
41.34
42.00
41.17
41.39
40.46
39.35
41.47
39.97
39.11
38.15
38.83
40.17

or 2002-03 onwards are based on Quarterly Employment Review.

A
4

5
(Base : Triennium ending 1993-94=100)

106.0

111.2

109.5

114.3

104.8

118.3

113.0

120.2

109.5

118.8

115.4

120.0

119.6

117.5

112.9

114.3

121.8

114.9

107.0

102.8

121.0

111.2

115.6

122.1

120.8

124.7

123.6

126.6

130.9

128.1
(Base : Triennium ending 2007-08=100)

104.2

103.2

105.5

106.1

100.6

104.3

109.5

114.0

114.8

116.5

88.1

115.3

Cereals

Rice

42.61
138.4
143.5
135.6
148.3
144.9
152.3
158.8
149.9
161.7
131.4
159.1
148.8
158.1
164.1
105.5

19.43
172.7
175.9
165.5
175.7
177.5
185.1
192.9
182.7
200.7
154.5
190.4
178.8
197.4
200.8
102.9

41.73

29.74

105.5
107.4
100.2
111.1
119.1
116.7

Fibres

102.9
105.6
94.8
102.2
112.1
110.9

Cotton
(Lint)

15

16

6.85

6.40

104.1

101.1

114.9

111.9

123.1

121.1

137.8

134.0

108.0

102.2

119.2

115.7

113.3

108.6

95.6

89.7

101.1

94.2

88.6

81.2

184.3

129.3

169.5

154.7

178.7

174.2

186.1

213.1

203.5

243.8

6.40

115.9

99.7

107.5

147.7

157.6

151.3

1. Data for 2012-13 are based on Advance Estimates.

Cereals
Wheat

Coarse Cereals
3

8.76
9.40
7.99
9.96
10.32
11.00
12.07
10.78
9.85
12.26
10.40
11.39
16.54
18.65
20.09
23.83
26.41
24.74
21.78
24.10
28.84
29.01
31.75
35.51
31.83
36.31
37.45
42.79
45.48
44.07
47.05
44.32
46.17
54.11
49.85
55.14
55.69
57.21
59.84
65.77
62.10
69.35
66.35
71.29
76.37
69.68
72.77
65.76

19.49
19.87
21.23
23.18
22.87
23.74
23.22
24.63
23.72
25.37
21.42
24.05
28.80
25.18
27.29
30.55
24.60
23.14
28.83
26.13
30.41
28.88
30.02
30.44
26.97
29.02
31.09
27.75
33.90
31.17
26.20
26.83
26.36
31.47
34.76
32.70
25.99
36.59
30.82
29.88
29.03
34.11
30.40
31.33
30.34
31.08
33.37
26.07

72.15
68.64
69.35
75.81
78.57
80.68
80.80
86.87
94.88
92.46

37.60
33.46
34.06
33.92
40.76
40.03
33.55
43.40
42.01
40.06

Oilseeds
Rapeseed

Soyabean

& Mustard
3

1.04 0.93 1.04 1.06 1.35 1.35 1.30 0.92 1.47 1.30 1.23 1.57 1.35 1.56 1.98

0.01

1.43