.

Andhra Pradesh
Economy in Brief
2012

Directorate of Economics and Statistics
Government of Andhra Pradesh
Hyderabad

Abbreviations
PREFACE
The Directorate of Economics and
Statistics publishes an annual publication
“Andhra Pradesh Economy in Brief”, keeping
in view the needs of users and covering various
aspects of the State Economy in latest
Present publication for year 2012 brings
out selected indicators on different sectors of
Economy for a quick over view of the level of
development in the State. Inter state data for
15 major states on selected indicators is also
furnished in this publication.
I hope the information contains in this
publication will enhance the knowledge of
Readers in assessing the present SocioEconomic Scenario of the State.
HYDERABAD
Date:16-02-2012

Dr. D.Dakshinamurthy
DIRECTOR

Sq. Kms. Kgs.
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Square Kilometers
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Metric Tonne
Milli Meters
Mega Watts
Million Units
Kilo Watt Hours
Acres
Provisional
Revised
Budget Estimates
Quick Estimates
Revised Estimates

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G.A
N.A

Provisional Estimates
Advance Estimates
Geographical Area
Not avialable

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CONTENTS
Page No.
No.
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1.

Demography

1- 2

2.

State Economy

3-6

3.

Public Finance

7

4.

Economic Services

4.1

Agriculture and Allied activites
4.1 a Rainfall

8

4.1 b Agriculture

9-14

4.1 c Census of Land Holdings

15

4.1 d Veterinary Services

16

4.1 e

Livestock Census

16-17

4.1 f

Fisheries

18

4.1 g

Forests

18

1. DEMOGRAPHY:

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CONTENTS
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4.2 Industries
19-20
4.3 Mineral Production
21-22
5. Infrastructure Services
5.1 Irrigation
23
5.2 Energy
24-25
5.3 Transport
25
5.4 Roads
26
5.5 Communications
26
5.6 Commercial Banks
27
6. Social Services
6.1 Education
27-29
6.2 Medical Facilities
30
6.3 Labour & Employment
30-31
6.4 Assignment of Govt. Lands
31
6.5 for House Sites & Agl. Purpose
7. Price Statistics
32-34
8. Planning
35
9. SELECTED INDICATORS OF
15 MAJOR STATES / All INDIA 36-59

(B)

Vital Statistics, 2010:

(A) Population, 2011 Census (Provisional) :
Item
i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
v.
vi.
vii.
viii.
ix.

x.

xi.

Unit

A.P. All India

Area
(‘000 Sq.Km)
275
3287
Population
(Crores) 8.47 1 2 1 . 0 2
Males
( “ ) 4.25
62.37
Females
( “
)
4.22 58.65
Sex Ratio (Females
per 1,000 Males) (No.)
992
940
Urban Population (Crores) 2.84
37.71
Rural Population (Crores) 5.63 8 3 . 3 1
Density of
Population (per Sq.Km.)
308
382
Literates
(Crores)
5.14
77.84
(a) Males
( “
)
2.87
44.42
b) Females
( “
)
2.27
33.42
Literacy Rate
( ) 67.66 74.04
(a) Males
( “ ) 75.56 8 2 . 1 4
(b) Females
( “ ) 59.74 65.46
Child Population(0-6Years)
(a)Persons
(Crores)
0.86
15.88
(b) Males
(
“ ) 0.44
8.30
(c) Females
( “ )
0.42
7.58
1

i. Birth Rate (per 1000 A . P.
Population)
Total
17.9
Rural
18.3
Urban
16.7
ii. Death Rate (per 1000
Population)
Total
7.6
Rural
8.6
Urban
5.4
iii.Infant Mortality Rate
(per 1000 Live Births)
Total
46
Rural
51
Urban
33
i v.Expectation of life at Birth
(2011-15) (in years)
Male
66.9
Female
70.9

2

All India
22.1
23.7
18.0

7.2
7.7
5.8

47
51
31

67.3
69.6

2. STATE ECONOMY :
(A) Gross State Domestic Product by Industry
of Origin at Current Prices
(Rs. Crores)
Sl.
Sector
2010-11 2011-12
No.
(Q.E) (A.E)
1. Agriculture, Forestry
& Fishing:
1 . 1 Agriculture
85706 84427
1 . 2 Livestock
3 0 4 1 1 35776
1 . 3 Forestry & Logging
5334
5915
1 . 4 Fishing
11275 14651
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Sub-Total: Agriculture Sector132725 140769
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2. Mining & Quarrying 1 7 0 3 9 1 9 5 9 1
3.
Manufacturing:
3.1 Registered
48043 57506
3.2 Un-Registered
14769 17028
4. Electricity, Gas and
13417 14720
Water Supply
5. Construction
66472 77128
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Sub-Total: Industry Sector 159740 185973
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Sl. Sector
2009-10
No.
(Q.E)
6. Trade, Hotels &
Restaurants
76627
7. Transport, Storage and
Communications:
7.1 Railways
5676
7.2 Transport by other means 29689
and Storage
7 . 3 Communications
9843
8 . Financing, Insurance,
Real Estate and Banking
Services:
8 . 1 Banking & Insurance
25951
8 . 2 Real Estate, Ownership of 72674
Dwellings & Business Services
9 . Community, Social &
Personal
Services:
9 . 1 Public Administration
24560
9.2 Other Services
51479

2010-11
(A.E)

Sub- Total: Services Sector

349492

Gross State Domestic
Product

5

6292
33700
11645

30004
88494

27127
61481

588963 676234

Net State Domestic
Product at Current Prices

531139 609434

Per Capita Income (in Rupees) 62912

71540

4

3

(B) Gross Fixed Capital Formation by
Industry of use at Current Prices
in Andhra Pradesh
(Rs. in Crores)
_________________________________________
Sl.
Sector
2007-08 2008-09
No.
(R)
(P)
1 . Agriculture
15107 16085
2 . Livestock
890
1156
3 . Forestry and Logging
102
106
4. Fishing
1109
1327
5 . Mining and Quarrying
3 0 77
2831
6. Manufacturing
26784 27419
7 . Construction
8089
9830
8 . Electricity, Gas &
Water Supply
6529
9448
9. Trade, Hotels&Restaurants 5369
4925
10. Transport, Storage and
6135
8264
Communications
11.
Finance, Banking, Insurance
,
Real Estate, Ownership
& Business Services
28217 32409
12. Public Administration
3045
3667
13. Other Services
5299
4917
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Total
109752 122384

296498

90747

(C)

Gross Fixed Capital Formation as a
Percentage to GSDP at Current Prices
in Andhra Pradesh
Sl.
Sector
2007-08 2008-09
No.
(R)
(P)
1 . Agriculture
27.38
25.52
2 . Livestock
4.72
5.35
3 . Forestry and Logging
2.22
2.13
4. Fishing
13.64
14.62
5 . Mining and Quarrying
20.53 20.45
6. Manufacturing
63.20 59.29
7 . Construction
24.91 25.20
8 . Electricity, Gas &
Water Supply
73.51 100.29
9 . Trade, Hotels&Restaurants 1 0 . 1 4
8.11
10. Transport, Storage and
23.56
26.63
Communications
11. Finance, Banking, Real
Estate & Buisiness Services 49.86 47.72
12. Public Administration
23.82 26.53
13. Other Services
17.12 13.98
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Total
30.08 29.43

6

3. PUBLIC FINANCE :
State Government

Revenue:

2011-12(B.E)

Receipts and Expenditure (Rs. in Crores)
(A) Revenue Receipts:
i. Tax Receipts
73263
ii. Non-tax Receipts
12340
iii. Grant in Aid &
Contribution
15392
Total Receipts:
100995
(B)

Expenditure:
i. Developmental
Expenditure
ii. Non-Developmental
Expenditure
iii. Grant in Aid &
Contribution
Total Expenditure:

65951
30849
370
97170

4. ECONOMIC SERVICES
4.1.AGRICULTURE & ALLIED ACTIVITIES:
4.1a RAINFALL, 2010-11(MM)
Rainfall
i. Actual (M.M)
1227.0
ii. Normal (M.M)
940.1
Season-wise Rainfall: (MM)
Normal Actual
South-West Monsoon
624.1
809.9
(June to September)
North-East Monsoon
224.3
332.5
(Oct. to December)
Winter Period
13.9
13.5
(January to February)
Hot Weather Period
77.8
71.1
(March to May)
Region-wise
Rainfall: (MM)
Normal
Actual
Coastal Andhra
1078
1556
Rayalaseema
714
880
Telangana
907
1105

7

4.1 b AGRICULTURE:
Land Utilisation, 2010-11

8

Extent
% to
(Lakh Hects.) Total G.A
62.30
22.7

i. Forests
ii. Barren &Un-Culturable
Land
iii. Land put to Non-Agricultural uses
iv. Culturable Waste
v. Permanent Pastures and
Other grazing lands
vi. Land under Misc.Tree
Crops and Groves not
included in net area sown
vii. Current Fallows
viii. Other Fallow Lands
ix. Net Area Sown

20.26

7.4

27.71
6.26

10.1
2.3

5.54

2.0

2.90

1.1

22.29
14.90
112.88

8.1
5.4
41.0

(including fish ponds area)
x. Total Geographical Area

275.04 100.0
(contd.)

9

Unit
Extent
Gross Cropped area (Lakh Hects.) 145.1
Net Area Irrigated
(“)
50.3
Gross Area Irrigated
(“)
71.5
Gross Irrigated Area to
Gross Cropped Area
( )
49.3
x v. Gross Cropped Area to
(“)
52.8
Total Geographical Area
Agriculture Area under different
Crops, 2010-11(in‘000 Hectares) Extent
(A) Cereals & Millets
5898
i. Rice
4751
ii. Wheat
10
iii. Jowar
254
iv. Bajra
67
v. Maize
744
vi. Others
72
(B) Pulses
2131
i. Bengalgram
584
ii. Redgram
638
iii. Greengram
378
iv. Blackgram
464
v. Others
67
Total Area under Foodgrains (A+B) 8029
xi.
xii.
xiii.
xiv.

10

Area(Hects.)
(C) Oil Seeds
i. Groundnut
ii. Sesamum
iii. Castor
i v. Sunflower
v. Others

2472
1622
125
188
225
312

(D) Other Crops
i. Chillies
ii. Sugarcane(Gur)
iii. Cotton
i v. Tobacco (Cured leaf)

195
192
1776
157

Yields of Principal Crops, 2010-11
(in kgs per Hectare)
Yield
i. Rice
ii. Wheat
iii. Bajra
i v. Jowar
v. Maize
vi. Groundnut
vii. Cotton (Lint)
viii. Sugar cane (Gur)
ix. Bengalgram
x. Redgram
xi. Greengram
xii. Blackgram

3035
1303
1517
1211
5317
898
372
7872
1233
416
439
546

Production of Different Crops, 2010-11
(in ‘000 Tonnes )
Production
(A) Cereals & Millets
18874
i. Rice
14419
ii. Wheat
13
iii. Jowar
308
i v. Bajra
102
v. Maize
3953
vi. Others
79
(B) Pulses
1440
i. Bengalgram
719
ii. Redgram
265
iii. Greengram
166
i v. Blackgram
253
v. Others
36
Total Foodgrains(A+B)
20314
(C) Oil Seeds
i. Groundnut
ii. Sesamum
iii. Castor
i v. Sunflower
v. Others

11

12

(D) Other Crops
i.
Chillies
ii.
Sugarcane(Gur)
iii.
Cotton Lint *
iv.
Tobacco (Cured leaf)
*: Bales of 170 kgs.

(A)
i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
v.
vi.
vii.
viii.
ix.
x.
xi.
xii.

3074
1457
26
121
156
1314
(contd.)

Production
638
1509
3890
281

Fruits and Vegetables, 2010-11:
Area(‘000 Hectares)
Mango
375
Lemon(bearing)
33
Batavia(bearing)
78
Banana(for harvest)
59
Cashewnut
138
Coconut
104
To m ato
68
Onion
43
Turmeric
69
Bhendi
25
Guava(bearing)
8
Brinjal
27
(contd.)

(B) Production, 2010-11( ‘000 Tonnes)
i. Mango
2417
ii. Lemon
269
iii. Batavia
1526
iv. Banana
1920
v. Cashewnut
34
vi. Coconut (‘000 Nuts)
1220268
vii. To m ato
858
viii. Onion
861
ix. Turmeric
467
x. Bhendi
145
xi. Guava
85
xii. Brinjal
311
(A)
i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
(B)
i.
ii.
iii.
iv.

Floriculture, 2010-11:
Area
Rose
Jasmine
Marigold
Kanakambara
Production
Rose
Jasmine
Marigold
Kanakambara

13
14

Hectares
783
2412
2784
1415
Tonnes
7132
3148
3046
2671

4.1 c

Census of Land Holdings, 2005-06:
No.
% to total Average
Size Class
(in ‘000) holdings sizeof
holding
Marginal
7417
61.58
0.44
Small
2639
21.91
1.41
Medium
1932
16.04
3.41
(incl. Semi Medium)
Large
56
0.47 1 5 . 6 8
Total
12044 100.00
1.20
Area
% to total
Size Class
(in ‘000
Area
hectares)
Marginal
3287
22.69
Small
3730
25.74
Medium
6594
45.51
(incl.Semi Medium)
Large
878
6.06
Total

14489

100.00

4.1 d Veterinary Services, 2010-11:
Sl.
Item
Unit
Total
No.
i. Veterinary
(No.)
5279
Institutions
ii. Cases
(‘000)
60051
treated
iii. Castrations
(“)
916
done
iv. Vaccinations
(“)
113425
done
v. Artificial
(No)
4933
Insemination Centres
v i . Artificial
(‘000)
4571
Inseminations done
vii. Calves born
(‘000)
1668
4.1 e A. Livestock Census, 2007:
i. Cattle
ii. Buffaloes
iii. Sheep

Unit
(Lakh Nos.)
(“)
(“)

Total
112.23
132.72
255.39
(contd.)

15
16

iv. Goats
(Lakh Nos.)
96.26
v. Other Livestock
(“)
5.41
(without dogs)
vii.Total Poultry
(“)
1239.85
Livestock Production, 2010-11
i. Production of Milk (‘000 MTs)
11204
ii. Production of Meat (‘000 Kgs.)
347054
iii. Production of Chicken ( ‘‘ )
399520
iv. Production of Eggs (Lakh Nos.)
201277
B. Agricultural Machinery &
Implements, 2007
Unit
1. Ploughs
(‘000)
2 . Irrigation Pumpsets
(“)
3 . Tractors
(“)
4. Fishing gears
( No.)
5 . Mechanised Boats
(“)
(including Beach
Landing Crafts)
6. Non-Mechanised Boats ( “ )
17

Total
3163
N.A
N.A
493510
63016

4.1 f

Fisheries, 2010-11 :
Production (in ‘000 Tonnes)

i. Inland Fish
(a) Prawns
(b) Fish
ii. Marine Fish
(a) Prawns & Fish

36
1189
291

4.1 g Forests, 2010-11 :
Amount Realised on
Sale of Forest Products:
Share of Item
i.Timber
ii. Fire wood
iii. Bamboos
iv. Beedi Leaves
v. Other Forest Produce
vi. Miscellaneous

79666
18

(Rs. in
Lakhs) 6305
Unit
Share
( )
73.89
(“ )
0.46
(“)
22.59
(“)
0.22
(“)
1.55
(“)
1.29

4.2

(B)

Industries :

Index of Industrial Production, 2009-10
(Base : 1993-94=100)

(A) Annual Survey of Industries, 2008-09
Sl.No. Item

Unit

Total

(No.)

17329

(Rs. Crores)

82391

(“ )

28111

(‘000)

967

(“)

1157

(Rs. Crores)

183227

vii. Total Output

(“)

226198

viii. Net Value Added

(“)

37385

ix. Depreciation

(“)

5586

x. Gross Value Added

(“)

42971

i. Factories
ii. Fixed Capital
iii. Working Capital
iv. Workers
v. Total Employees
vi. Total Input

Sl.No. Month
i.
ii.
iii.
i v.
v.
vi.
vii.
viii.
ix.
x.
xi.
xii.

Index

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

221.3
235.7
254.5
246.7
255.2
253.8
274.5
230.5
266.5
284.8
287.5
443.3

Growth over
previous
period
7.2
6.4
-3.2
3.7
7.2
5.6
10.4
-0.9
0.4
10.7
11.5
31.0

Cumulative (April- March) 273.8

19

9.3

20

4 . 3 MINERALS, 2010-11:

(B) Value of Principal Minerals:

(A) Production of Minerals
Unit
Fuel Minerals :
Coal
( ‘000 Tonnes )
Metallic
Minerals:
i. Gold
(Kgs.)
ii. Iron Ore ( ‘000 Tonnes )
iii. Manganese Ore
(“)
i v. Silver
(“)
Non-Metallic Minerals:
i. Asbestos
(Tonnes)
ii. Barytes (‘000 Tonnes )
iii. Dolomite
(“)
iv. Limestone
(“)
v. Mica(Crude)
(Tonnes)

21

Unit

Value

(Rs. Crores)

6414

Quantity

51314

Fuel Minerals
Coal
Metallic

N.A
1397
670
N.A

i
ii.
iii.
iv.

Minerals:

Gold
(Rs. Crores)
Iron Ore
(“)
Manganese Ore
(“)
Silver
(“)

N.A
30
116
N.A

Non-Metallic Minerals
281
1204
1352
49876
9031

i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
v.

Asbestos
Barytes
Dolamite
Limestone
Mica(Crude)

(Rs. Lakhs)
(Rs. Crores)
(“)
(“)
(“)

22

138
135
35
623
30

5. INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES:
5.1. Source-Wise Irrigation :
(A) Gross Area irrigated
(in ‘000 hects)
2010-11 % to Total
i. Canals
2503
34.99
ii. Tanks
755
10.56
iii. Wells
3672
51.34
iv Other Sources
223
3.12
Total
7153
100.00
(B) Net Area Irrigated
(in ‘000 hects)
2010-11 % to Total
i. Canals
1747
34.70
ii. Tanks
650
12.91
iii. Wells
2461
48.89
iv. Other Sources
176
3.50
Total
5034
100.00
(C) Minor Irrigation Census, 2006-07(P)
Unit
Total
i. Dug Wells
(Lakh
10.07
Numbers)
ii. Tube Wells
(“)
11.93
iii. Lift Irrigation
(“)
0.25
iv. Flow Irrigation
(“)
0.81
To t a l
23.06

5 . 2 Energy, 2010-11 :
Unit
i. Installed Capacity
(M.W)
ii. Electricity Generated
(a) Thermal
(MU)
(b) Hydro
(“)
(c) Others
(“)

No.of Weaker Section
Housing Colonies Electrified
viii. No.of Dalitwadas
Electrified
5.3

Transport, 2010-11 : Unit

i. Stage Carriages
(No.)
ii. Goods Vehicles
(“)
iii. Tractors/Trailers
(“)
(Commercial & Agriculture)
i v.
Contract Carriages
(“)
v. Taxi Cabs
(“)
vi. Auto Rickshaws
(“)
vii. Four Wheelers
(Cars & Jeeps)
(“)
viii. Two Wheelers
(“)
i x . Others
(“)
Total Vehicles

26845.62
7717.67
43200.76

iii. Power Consumption(P)
Consumption
(A) Low Tension
(MU)
39362
(a) Domestic
(Percent)
36.30
(b) Commercial
(“)
9.45
(c) Industrial
(“)
6.85
(d) Agriculture
(“)
42.45
(e) Others
(“)
4.95
(B) High Tension
(MU)
iv. Percapita Consumption(P)
of Electricity
(All categories)
(KWH)
v. Agricultural Pumpsets
energized(‘000 No’s)
vi. No.of Villages Electrified

23

vii.

Total
15003.03

23257

952
2909
26613
(100 )
(contd.)

24

Total
32026
56340

Vehicles
26161
399989
496652
69361
171653
507687
1157805
7604498
87250
10521056

5.4

Roads length, 2010-11(Kms.)

Length

i. P. W. D.
ii. National Highways

66148
4730

iii. Panchayat

138781

5.5

Raj

Communications, 2010-11:

(A) Post Offices :
i. Head Offices
ii. Sub-Offices
iii. Mukhya Dak Ghar
iv.
Branch Offices
Total

Unit
(No.)
(“)
(“)
(“)

(B) Telecommunications:U n i t

Total
95
2334
9
13703
16141
Total

i. Telegraph Offices
(No.)
169
ii. Telephone Exchs.
(“)
4266
iii. Telephone Connecs. (‘000 No.) 2279 *
i v. Public Telephones
(No.) 127961
*excluding Cell Phones including Land Line
&WLL Phones.

25
26

5.6 Commercial Banks,

Total Banks
i. Rural
ii. Semi Urban
iii. Urban
iv. Average population
per Bank Office
6.
6.1

Unit

March- 2011:
Unit
(No.)
(“)
(“)

Total
7365
2562
1788
3015

(‘000)

11.50

SOCIAL SERVICES:
Education, 2010-11 : U n i t

Total

(A)
Recognised Institutions:
i. Primary Schools
(No.)
ii. Upper Primary Schools (“)
iii. High Schools/Higher
Secondary Schools
(“)
(B) Enrolment:
i. Primary Schools
(in ‘000)
ii. Upper Primary Schools ( “ )
iii. High Schools/Higher
Secondary Schools
(“)

66834
15421
18949
5464
2330

Girls Enrolment Ratio :
Primary Schools
( )
Upper Primary Schools ( “ )
( VI-VII)
iii. High Schools(VIII-X)
(“)

(C)

i.
ii.

100.46
84.76
69.51

(D) Teachers:
i. Primary Schools
(No.) 1 7 4 0 6 9
ii. UpperPrimary Schools ( “ ) 93003
iii. High Schools/Higher
Secondary Schools
( “ ) 209483
(E) Teacher - Pupil Ratio :
(Without Vidya Volunteers)
i. Primary Schools
(No.)
31
ii. Upper Primary Schools ( “ )
25
iii. High Schools/Higher
Secondary Schools
(“)
26

5525
28

27

Unit

Total
6.2

(F) Teacher - Pupil Ratio :
(With Vidya Volunteers)
i. Primary Schools
(No.)
26
ii. Upper Primary Schools ( “ )
21
iii. High Schools/Higher
Secondary Schools
(“)
25
(G) Dropout Rate -ALL :
Rate
i. I-V
17.43
ii. I-VII
22.34
iii. I-X
46.21
(H) Dropout Rate -SC :
i. I-V
19.61
ii. I-VII
23.91
iii. I-X
49.68
(I) Dropout Rate -ST :
i. I-V
36.85
ii. I-VII
40.49
iii. I-X
72.66

29

Total

Medical Facilities, 2010-11:
Allopathic Hospitals
Unit Total
i.
Hospitals(including Allied)(No.) 479
ii. Hospitals for Special
Treatment
(“)
35
iiii.
Dispensaries
( “ ) 1803
(including PHCs)
iv.
Beds
( “ ) 42765
v.
Govt.Doctors
( “ ) 9433
(incl. contract)
6.3 Labour and Employment, 2010 :
(As on 31st December)
Unit
Total
(A) Employment, 2010
i.
Employment
Exchanges
( No.)
42
ii.
Registrations
during the year
(‘000)
228
iii.
Placements
( No.) 1 3 4 3
iv.
Applicants on
Live Register
(‘000 ) 1826

30

(B) Labour, 2010:
Industrial Disputes( in Number)
i. Number of Disputes
17
ii Number of Workers
involved in Strike
17105
iii Number of Mandays lost
2425955
6.4 Assignment of Govt.Lands:
for House sites purpose during 2009-10
i. Beneficiaries
(No.) 508842
ii. Extent of Land distributed (Ac.)
13201
6.5

Assignment of Govt.Land in Phase-V
for Agriulture purpose on 14.4.2010
Beneficiaries Extent
(No.)
(Ac.)

i. S.Cs
ii. S.Ts
iii. B.Cs
iv. Minorities
iv. Others
Total

15634
13938
23793
1098
8574
63037

19311
25300
31795
1657
2993
91056

7. PRICE STATISTICS:
(A)Consumer Price Index Numbers
for Industrial Working Class(CPI-IW)
Sl. Annual Average for:
(Base: 2001=100)
No.
April’ 10 - March’11
Central Series
i. Hyderabad
167
ii. Guntur
185
iii. Visakhapatnam
178
iv. Warangal
201
v. Vijayawada
182
vi. Godavarikhani
195
State Series :
i. Vizianagaram & Chittivalasa
192
ii. Kakinada & Rajahmundry
191
iii. Jaggaiahpet & Miryalaguda
193
iv. Tirupathi & Renugunta
182
v. Kothagudem & Palwancha
188
vi. Nizamabad & Bodhan
193
Andhra

Pradesh

All India

( B ) Index Numbers of Agricultural
Labour in Andhra Pradesh, 2010-11
(Base :1986-87=100)
Group
Number
i. Food Index
614
ii. General Index
589

General Index

33

180
32

31

(C) Index Numbers for Wholesale
of Agricultural Commodities,
(Base :1981-82=100)
Commodities
i. Cereals
ii. Pulses
iii. Condiments & spices
iv. Fruits
v. Vegetables
vi. Sugarcane
vii. Fibres
viii. Oil seeds
ix. Drugs & Narcotics

185

Prices
2008-09
Number
706
909
765
840
778
888
600
968
725
778

(D) Category wise Index Numbers of Daily
wages of Agricultural Labour, 2010-11
(Base :1980-81=100)
Number
Skilled Labour
i. Carpenter
1577
ii. Blacksmith
1446
iii. Cobbler
1465
Field Labour
i. Men
2567
ii. Women
2610
iii. Non Adult
2445
Herdsmen
i. Men
2013
ii. Women
2162
iii. Non Adult
2081
Other Agl. Labour
i. Men
2512
ii. Women
2589
iii. Non Adult

2255

34

8. PLANNING
State Plan Expenditure by Heads of
Development,
2010-11(Rs.Lakhs)
Sl.
Sector
Expen- % to Total
No.
diture
Budget
i. Agriculture & Allied
Services
188975
5.98
ii. Rural Development
403545
12.78
iii. Special Area
1545
0.05
Development
iv. Irrigation & Flood
Control
967802
30.65
v. Energy
53078
1.68
vi. Industry & Minerals
40482
1.28
vii. Transport
194871
6.17
viii. Science, Technology
& Environment
229
0.01
ix. General Economic
Services
38541
1.22
x . Social Services
1247864
39.52
xi. General Services
20702
0.66
Total

3157636

SELECTED INDICATORS
OF
15 MAJOR STATES

100.00

35

GeograPopulation
phical Area
(in lakhs)
(in Lakh Sq.Kms)
—————————————————————
As per 2011 Census (P)
—————————————————————
1 . Andhra Pradesh
2.75
846.66
2 . Assam
0.78
311.69
3 . Bihar
0.94
1038.05
4. Gujarat
1.96
603.84
5 . Haryana
0.44
253.53
6. Karnataka
1.92
611.31
7 . Kerala
0.39
333.88
8 . Madhya Pradesh
3.08
725.96
9 . Maharashtra
3.08
1123.73
1 0 . Orissa
1.56
419.47
1 1 . Punjab
0.50
277.04
1 2 . Rajasthan
3.42
686.21
1 3 . Tamilnadu
1.30
721.39
1 4 . Uttar Pradesh
2.41
1995.81
1 5 . West Bengal
0.89
913.48
—————————————————————
All India
32.87
1210.19
Sl.No. Major States

36

Density of
Sex Ratio
Population
(Females per
(per Sq. Km) 1000 Males)
—————————————————————
As per 2011 Census (P)
—————————————————————
1 . Andhra Pradesh
308
992
2 . Assam
397
954
3 . Bihar
1102
916
4. Gujarat
308
918
5 . Haryana
573
877
6. Karnataka
319
968
7 . Kerala
859
1084
8 . Madhya Pradesh
236
930
9 . Maharashtra
365
925
1 0 . Orissa
269
978
1 1 . Punjab
550
893
1 2 . Rajasthan
201
926
1 3 . Tamilnadu
555
995
1 4 . Uttar Pradesh
828
908
1 5 . West Bengal
1029
947
—————————————————————
All India
382
940
Sl.No. Major States

37

Literacy Rate( Percentage)
Sl.No. Major States ———————————
As per 2011 Census(P)
————————————————————
Male
Female Total
—————————————————————
1. Andhra Pradesh 75.56
59.74
67.66
2. Assam
78.81 67.27
73.18
3. Bihar
73.39 5 3 . 3 3
63.82
4. Gujarat
87.23 70.73
79.31
5 . Haryana
8 5 . 3 8 66.77 76.64
6. Karnataka
82.85 68.13
75.60
7 . Kerala
96.02 91.98
93.91
8. Madhya Pradesh 80.53 60.02
70.63
9 . Maharashtra
85.97 67.03 76.87
1 0 . Orissa
82.40
64.36
73.45
1 1 . Punjab
81.48
71.34
76.68
1 2 . Rajasthan
8 0 . 5 1 52.66
67.06
1 3 . Tamilnadu
8 6 . 8 1 73.86
80.33
1 4 . Uttar Pradesh
79.24 59.26
69.72
1 5 . West Bengal
82.67 71.16
77.08
—————————————————————
All India
82.14
65.46
74.04

Inter State Indicators - 2001 Census
Population Sex Ratio
Sl.No. Major States
(in lakhs.) (Females
per 1000
Males)
—————————————————————
2001
2001
—————————————————————
1. Andhra Pradesh
14.59
978
2 . Assam
18.92
935
3 . Bihar
28.62
919
4. Gujarat
22.66
920
5 . Haryana
28.43
861
6. Karnataka
17.51
965
7 . Kerala
9.43
1058
8 . Madhya Pradesh
24.26
919
9 . Maharashtra
22.73
922
1 0 . Orissa
16.25
972
1 1 . Punjab
20.10
876
1 2 . Rajasthan
28.41
921
1 3 . Tamilnadu
11.72
987
1 4 . Uttar Pradesh
25.85
898
1 5 . West Bengal
17.77
934
—————————————————————
All India
21.54
933

38

39

of
of
of
SC Pop. S.T Pop. Workers
Sl.No. Major States to total to total
to total
Pop.
Pop.
Pop.
2001
1 . Andhra Pradesh
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

2001

2001

16.2

6.6

45.79

Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamilnadu
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal

6.9
15.7
7.1
19.3
16.2
9.8
15.2
10.2
16.5
28.9
17.2
19.0
21.1
23.0

12.4
0.9
14.8
6.6
1.1
20.3
8.9
22.1
12.6
1.0
0.1
5.5

35.78
33.70
41.95
39.62
44.53
32.30
42.74
42.50
38.79
37.47
42.06
44.67
32.48
36.77

All India

16.2

8.2

39.10

40

Sl.No. Major States

of Agrl. Work PartiWorkers to
cipation
Total
Rate( )
Workers Male Female

2001
2001
—————————————————————
1 . Andhra Pradesh
62.16 56.23 35.11
2 . Assam
52.36 49.87 20.71
3 . Bihar
77.25 47.37 18.84
4. Gujarat
51.58 54.87 27.91
5 . Haryana
51.29 50.30 27.22
6. Karnataka
55.71 56.64 31.98
7 . Kerala
22.80 50.20 15.38
8 . Madhya Pradesh
71.49 51.50 33.21
9 . Maharashtra
54.96 53.28 30.81
10. Orissa
64.77 52.53 24.66
1 1 . Punjab
38.95 53.06 19.05
1 2 . Rajasthan
65.91 49.95 33.49
1 3 . Tamilnadu
49.33 57.64 31.54
1 4 . Uttar Pradesh
65.89 46.80 16.54
1 5 . West Bengal
44.15 53.99 18.32
—————————————————————
All India
58.20 51.68 25.63
— — — — — — — — — — — — — —— — — — — — —
41

—————————————————————
Literacy Rate( Percentage)
Sl.No. Major States ———————————
2001 Census
—————————————————————
Male
Female Total
—————————————————————
1 . Andhra Pradesh 70.32
50.43 60.47
2 . Assam
7 1 . 2 8 54.62 63.25
3 . Bihar
59.68 33.11
47.00
4. Gujarat
79.66 57.79
69.14
5 . Haryana
78.50 55.72 6 7 . 9 1
6. Karnataka
76.10 56.87
66.74
7 . Kerala
94.24 87.72
90.87
8. Madhya Pradesh 76.06 50.29
63.74
9 . Maharashtra
85.97
67.03 76.87
1 0 . Orissa
75.35
50.52
63.08
1 1 . Punjab
75.23
63.37
69.65
1 2 . Rajasthan
75.70 43.85
60.41
1 3 . Tamilnadu
82.42 64.43
73.45
1 4 . Uttar Pradesh
68.82 42.22 56.27
1 5 . West Bengal
77.02
59.61 68.64
—————————————————————
All India
75.26
53.67
64.84
—————————————————————

Projected levels of
Expectation of Life at
Birth (Without AIDS)
(2011-15)
—————————————————————-Males
Females
—————————————————————-1 . Andhra Pradesh
66.9
70.9
2 . Assam
63.6
64.8
3 . Bihar
68.6
68.7
4. Gujarat
69.2
72.5
5 . Haryana
68.9
71.3
6. Karnataka
68.0
72.3
7 . Kerala
73.2
77.6
8 . Madhya Pradesh
64.5
65.3
9 . Maharashtra
68.9
72.5
1 0 . Orissa
64.3
67.3
1 1 . Punjab
69.7
72.8
12. Rajasthan
67.6
70.7
1 3 . Tamilnadu
68.6
71.8
1 4 . Uttar Pradesh
66.0
66.9
1 5 . West Bengal
69.2
72.1
—————————————————————-All India
67.3
69.6
Sl.No.

Major States

42

43

Birth
Death
Rate
Rate
( per 1000 persons)
—————————————————————-2010
2010
—————————————————————-1 . Andhra Pradesh
17.9
7.6
2 . Assam
23.2
8.2
3. Bihar
28.1
6.8
4. Gujarat
21.8
6.7
5 . Haryana
22.3
6.6
6. Karnataka
19.2
7.1
7 . Kerala
14.8
7.0
8 . Madhya Pradesh
27.3
8.3
9 . Maharashtra
17.1
6.5
1 0 . Orissa
20.5
8.6
1 1 . Punjab
16.6
7.0
1 2 . Rajasthan
26.7
6.7
1 3 . Tamilnadu
15.9
7.6
1 4 . Uttar Pradesh
28.3
8.1
1 5 . West Bengal
16.8
6.0
————————————————————
All India
22.1
7.2
Sl.No.

Major States

44

Infant
of Persons
Sl. Major States
Mortality Rate
Below
No.
‘000 Live Births Poverty Line
—————————————————————-2010
2004-05
—————————————————————-1 . Andhra Pradesh
46
11.1
2 . Assam
58
15.0
3 . Bihar
48
32.5
4. Gujarat
44
12.5
5 . Haryana
48
9.9
6. Karnataka
38
17.4
7 . Kerala
13
11.4
8 . Madhya Pradesh
62
32.4
9 . Maharashtra
28
5.2
1 0 . Orissa
61
39.9
1 1 . Punjab
34
5.2
1 2 . Rajasthan
55
17.5
1 3 . Tamilnadu
24
17.8
1 4 . Uttar Pradesh
61
25.5
1 5 . West Bengal
31
20.6
—————————————————————-All

India

47
45

21.8

Sl.No.

Per Capita
Income at
Current
Prices(Rs.)

Major States

2009-10 (Q.E)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamilnadu
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal

51025
27197
16715
63961
78781
52097
59179
27250
74027
33226
60746
34042
63547
23395
41219

All

46492

India
46

Yield per Hectare
Sl.No.
Major States
(in Quintals.)
————————
Ragi
Jowar
—————————————————————
2009-10
—————————————————————
1 . Andhra Pradesh
11.78
11.4
2. Assam
3 . Bihar
8.08
10.6
4. Gujarat
7.86
10.5
5 . Haryana
5.0
6. Karnataka
17.15
10.3
7 . Kerala
6.83
7.5
8 . Madhya Pradesh
2.50
12.7
9 . Maharashtra
9.08
8.5
1 0 . Orissa
6.39
6.4
1 1 . Punjab
10.0
1 2 . Rajasthan
1.5
1 3 . Tamilnadu
19.76
9.3
1 4 . Uttar Pradesh
13.33
8.9
1 5 . West Bengal
11.80
4.3
—————————————————————
All India
14.9
8.6
48

Yield per Hectare
(in Quintals.)
——————
Rice
Wheat
—————————————————————
2009-10
—————————————————————
1 . Andhra Pradesh
30.6
10.0
2 . Assam
17.4
10.9
3 . Bihar
11.2
20.8
4. Gujarat
19.0
26.8
5 . Haryana
30.1
42.1
6. Karnataka
24.8
8.9
7 . Kerala
25.6
8 . Madhya Pradesh
8.7
19.7
9 . Maharashtra
14.9
16.1
1 0 . Orissa
15.9
14.5
1 1 . Punjab
40.1
43.1
1 2 . Rajasthan
15.2
31.3
1 3 . Tamilnadu
30.7
1 4 . Uttar Pradesh
20.8
28.5
1 5 . West Bengal
25.5
26.8
—————————————————————
All India
21.3
28.4
Sl.No.

Major States

47

Yield per Hectare
(in Quintals.)
Sl.No.
Major States
————————
Bajra
Maize
—————————————————————
2009-10
—————————————————————
1 . Andhra Pradesh
11.8
35.3
2. Assam
7.2
3 . Bihar
11.0
23.4
4. Gujarat
12.3
10.7
22.5
5 . Haryana
15.9
6. Karnataka
5.0
24.3
7 . Kerala
8 . Madhya Pradesh
15.0
12.6
9 . Maharashtra
7.4
23.0
1 0 . Orissa
6.1
21.6
1 1 . Punjab
13.3
34.2
1 2 . Rajasthan
3.9
10.4
1 3 . Tamilnadu
15.1
46.9
1 4 . Uttar Pradesh
16.4
14.7
1 5 . West Bengal
4.3
39.4
—————————————————————
All India
7.3
20.2
49

Yield per Hectare
(in Quintals.
Sl.No.
Major States
———————
Cotton
Chillies
—————————————————————-2009-10
—————————————————————-1 . Andhra Pradesh
3.7
32.9
2 . Assam
0.8
6.4
3 . Bihar
10.3
4. Gujarat
5.5
8.9
5 . Haryana
6.5
8.6
6. Karnataka
3.2
11.3
7 . Kerala
2.2
9.7
8 . Madhya Pradesh
2.4
7.7
9 . Maharashtra
2.9
4.6
1 0 . Orissa
4.6
8.4
1 1 . Punjab
6.7
16.6
1 2 . Rajasthan
3.5
13.2
1 3 . Tamilnadu
3.7
6.2
1 4 . Uttar Pradesh
1.7
10.0
1 5 . West Bengal
4.3
15.0
All India

4.0

15.7

Yield per Hectare
(in Quintals)
————————
Total
Total
Cereals
Pulses
———————————————-——————
2009-10
—————————————————————
1 . Andhra Pradesh
29.3
7.4
2 . Assam
17.1
5.6
3 . Bihar
16.0
8.4
4. Gujarat
17.7
7.1
5 . Haryana
34.6
7.6
6. Karnataka
18.0
4.5
7 . Kerala
25.3
9.9
8 . Madhya Pradesh
15.6
8.7
9 . Maharashtra
11.7
7.0
1 0 . Orissa
15.8
4.6
1 1 . Punjab
41.5
9.0
1 2 . Rajasthan
11.9
2.0
1 3 . Tamilnadu
29.3
3.8
1 4 . Uttar Pradesh
24.6
7.5
1 5 . West Bengal
25.7
8.3
—————————————————————All India
20.8
6.3

Sl.No.

Major States

51

50

Yield per Hectare
(in Quintals.)
Sl.No.
Major States
———————————
Total
Groundnut
Food Grains (nuts in shells)
————————————————————
2009-10
2009-10
—————————————————————
1 . Andhra Pradesh
22.9
7.7
2. Assam
16.6
-3 . Bihar
15.3
17.5
4. Gujarat
15.6
9.6
5 . Haryana
33.8
10.0
6. Karnataka
13.8
6.3
7 . Kerala
24.7
7.6
8 . Madhya Pradesh
12.9
11.6
9. Maharashtara
10.4
11.2
1 0 . Orissa
14.0
12.7
1 1 . Punjab
41.4
12.4
1 2 . Rajasthan
9.3
10.9
1 3 . Tamilnadu
24.8
21.6
1 4 . Uttar Pradesh
22.4
6.7
1 5 . West Bengal
25.2
17.2
________________________________________
All India
18.0
9.9

52

Yield Per Hec.
Per Capita
Sugarcane
Production of
(in Quintals) Food Grains
(Kgs.)
—————————————————————
2009-10
2009-10
—————————————————————
1 . Andhra Pradesh 7 4 1 . 0
182.2
2 . Assam
390.8
148.4
3 . Bihar
434.2
105.3
4. Gujarat
805.2
98.9
5 . Haryana
721.0
613.8
6. Karnataka
903.4
186.3
7 . Kerala
950.0
17.8
8 . Madhya Pradesh 408.2
225.4
9 . Maharashtra
878.7
113.3
1 0 . Orissa
612.4
187.0
1 1 . Punjab
616.7
984.7
1 2 . Rajasthan
574.2
185.0
1 3 . Tamilnadu
1014.5
112.1
1 4 . Uttar Pradesh
592.5
219.0
1 5 . West Bengal
725.2
177.5
_________________________________________
Sl.No. Major States

All India

700.2
53

185.4

Consumption
of Fertilizers per
Hect.of Cropped
Area (Kgs.)
—————————————————————
2009-10(P)
—————————————————————
1 . Andhra Pradesh
225.65
2. Assam
63.11
3 . Bihar
165.60
4. Gujarat
147.23
5 . Haryana
209.92
6. Karnataka
159.66
7 . Kerala
132.16
8 . Madhya Pradesh
81.37
9 . Maharashtra
135.31
1 0 . Orissa
57.60
1 1 . Punjab
237.05
1 2 . Rajasthan
48.33
1 3 . Tamilnadu
205.82
1 4 . Uttar Pradesh
170.96
Sl.No.

Major States

1 5 . West Bengal
All

168.64

India

135.76

of Gross
Net Area
Irrigated Area Sown per
Sl.No. Major States to Gross
Cultivator
Cropped Area (Hectares)
—————————————————————
2007-08
2008-09
—————————————————————
1 . Andhra Pradesh
46.3
1.4
2 . Assam
2.4
0.7
3 . Bihar
60.6
0.7
4. Gujarat
41.7
1.7
5 . Haryana
86.0
1.2
6. Karnataka
29.4
1.5
7 . Kerala
16.5
2.9
8 . Madhya Pradesh
32.2
1.4
9 . Maharashtra
19.6
1.5
1 0 . Orissa
36.7
1.3
1 1 . Punjab
97.7
2.0
1 2 . Rajasthan
36.4
1.3
1 3 . Tamilnadu
55.9
1.0
1 4 . Uttar Pradesh
75.5
0.7
1 5 . West Bengal
56.9
0.9
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All India
44.6
1.1
* Cultivators as per 2001 Census are taken
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Post Offices Bank Branper lakh
ches per
Popn.
lakh Popn.
—————————————————————
2009-10* March, 2011
—————————————————————
1 . Andhra Pradesh
19
9
2 . Assam
13
5
3 . Bihar
9
4
4. Gujarat
15
8
5 . Haryana
11
10
6. Karnataka
17
10
7 . Kerala
15
14
8 . Madhya Pradesh
12
6
9 . Maharashtra
12
7
1 0 . Orissa
20
7
1 1 . Punjab
14
14
1 2 . Rajasthan
15
6
1 3 . Tamilnadu
18
9
1 4 . Uttar Pradesh
9
5
1 5 . West Bengal
10
6
————————————————————
All India
13
7
Sl.No.

Major States

*Projected Population for 2010 are taken
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Per Capita
Per Capita
Bank Deposits Bank Credit
(Rs.)
(Rs.)
_________________________________________
Sl.No. Major States

March, 2011 March, 2011
_________________________________________
1 . Andhra Pradesh
34521
37958
2 . Assam
18961
6754
3 . Bihar
11479
3330
4. Gujarat
43304
28722
5 . Haryana
51166
36592
6. Karnataka
57092
41407
7 . Kerala
51081
36787
8 . Madhya Pradesh
19226
11474
9 . Maharashtra
130964
106488
1 0 . Orissa
24608
12613
1 1 . Punjab
55492
42920
1 2 . Rajasthan
18696
16828
1 3 . Tamilnadu
47635
54357
14. Uttar Pradesh
18721
8162
1 5 . West Bengal
34303
21849
_________________________________________
All India
44840
33688

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Sl.No.

Major States

Credit Deposits
Ratio ( )
—————————————————————-March, 2011
—————————————————————-1 . Andhra Pradesh
109.95
2 . Assam
35.62
3 . Bihar
29.01
4. Gujarat
66.33
5 . Haryana
71.52
6. Karnataka
72.53
7 . Kerala
72.02
8 . Madhya Pradesh
59.68
9 . Maharashtra
81.31
1 0 . Orissa
51.26
1 1 . Punjab
77.34
1 2 . Rajasthan
90.01
1 3 . Tamilnadu
114.11
1 4 . Uttar Pradesh
43.60
1 5 . West Bengal
63.69
—————————————————————-All India
75.13

Annual Per Capita
Consumption of
Sl.No.
Major States
Electricity(Utilities
& Non Utilities
(In KWH)
—————————————————————
2008-09
—————————————————————
1 . Andhra Pradesh
928.2
2 . Assam
199.2
3 . Bihar
107.1
4. Gujarat
1457.3
5 . Haryana
1278.9
6. Karnataka
854.4
7 . Kerala
444.0
8 . Madhya Pradesh
583.8
9 . Maharashtra
969.4
1 0 . Orissa
775.2
1 1 . Punjab
1553.0
1 2 . Rajasthan
747.1
1 3 . Tamilnadu
1134.5
1 4 . Uttar Pradesh
371.9
1 5 . West Bengal
442.5
—————————————————————
All India
733.5

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References

Demography:
Directorate of Census Operations, A.P.
S.R.S. Bulletin, December, 2011
Population Projections for India and States
2001-2006, Report by Registral general and
Census Commissioner, India
State Economy:
Directorate of Economics and Statistics
Public Finance:
Budget in Brief, Finance Department
Economic Services:
Directorate of Economics and Statistics
Directorate of Animal Husbandry
Directorate of Fisheries
Chief Conservator of Forests
Directorate of Mines & Geology
Indian Bureau of Mines, Nagpur
Infrastructure Services:
Directorate of Economics and Statistics
A.P. Transco
Commissioner of Transport

References
Chief Engineer(P.W.D., R&B, National High
Ways and Panchayat Raj)
Chief Postmaster General, Andhra Pradesh
Chief General Manager, Telecommunications
Publiations of Reserve Bank of India
Social Services
Directorates of Health, Medical Education,
and Insurance Medical Services
Commissioners of A.P. Vaidya Vidhana
Parishad and Health & Family Welfare
Director of School Education
Director of Employment and Training
Commissioner of Labour
Chief Commissioner of Land Administration
Commissioner of Social Welfare
Price Statistics
Directorate of Economics and Statistics
Planning
Planning Department, A.P. Secretariat

References
Selected Indicators of 15 Major States
S.R.S. Bulletin, December, 2011
Population Projections for India and States
2001-2006, Report by Registral General and
Commissioner of India, New Delhi
Fertiliser Statistics, 2008-09,The Fertiliser
Association of India, New Delhi
Planning Commission, GOI.
General Review of Electricity, 2009 of
Central Electricity Authority, GOI,
New Delhi
Statistical Abstract of A.P-2011
Statistical Abstract of India, 2012
CSO, Government of India, New Delhi
Publication of Reserve Bank of India
Bombay

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