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Report No. 476(56/1.

0/1)

Household Consumer Expenditure and


Employment - Unemployment Situation
in India, 2000 - 2001

NSS 56th Round


(July 2000 June 2001)

National Sample Survey Organisation


Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation
Government of India
September 2002

PREFACE
In 1972 the National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) began a quinquennial
series of all-India surveys on Consumer Expenditure, Employment and Unemployment.
In addition to this, an annual series of Consumer Expenditure Surveys was started in
1986, which had other subjects of enquiry as their focus. Apart from the main subject(s)
of enquiry, a consumer expenditure schedule was canvassed in four households (two
households up to the 48 th round, 1992) in every surveyed village and urban block. The
schedule was enlarged, from the 45th round (1989-90) onwards to collect some basic
information on employment and unemployment. As a result, an annual series of data on
both Consumer Expenditure, and Employment - Unemployment has since been
available.
The present Report is based on data on the data on consumer expenditure and
employment-unemployment collected during its 56th Round (July 2000- June 2001) of
NSS. The main findings of the enquiry on consumer expenditure are presented in section
Two, which discusses the pattern of variation of monthly per capita consumer expenditure
over rural and urban areas of selected States, North-Eastern States and the Group of
Union Territories. Section Three presents the key indicators of employment and
unemployment obtained from the survey. The estimates of employment unemployment are based on two approaches followed in the NSS : Usual Status and
Current Weekly Status. To give a comparative picture of the employment situation over
the period 1983 (38th round) to 2000-01 (56th round), corresponding results obtained
from the earlier surveys are given alongside. The discussion in section Two is confined
to the all-India estimates. Some key estimates are presented at broad levels for some
selected States, North-Eastern States and the Group of Union Territories. Concepts and
definitions involved in collection of consumption data are discussed at the beginning of
section Two and those related to employment and unemployment, at the beginning of
section Three. Detailed tables at the national level are given in Appendix A. The sample
design and estimation procedure are explained in Appendix B.
The field work for the survey was handled by the Field Operations Division, the
collected data was processed by the Data Processing Division, the overall survey
activity was coordinated by the Coordination and Publication Division and the report
was prepared by the Survey Design and Resear ch Division of NSSO. I am grateful to
the Chairman and the members of the Governing Council of the NSSO, as well as the
working Group, and all officers of various divisions of NSSO for their contributions at
various stages. The report, I hope, will be useful to planners and policy makers.
Comments/suggestions from readers will be most welcome.

New Delhi
August 2002

S. RAY
Director-General & Chief Executive Officer
National Sample Survey Organisation

Contents
Pages
i ii

Highlights

iii iv

Contents
Section One

Introduction

1 2

Section Two

Household Consumer Expenditure

3 61

Section Three

Employment and Unemployment

Appendix A

Tables

A-1 A-52

Appendix B

Sample Design and Estimation Procedure

B-1 B-12

62 101

Appendix A
Table No.

Tables

Pages

Per 1000 distribution of households and persons by monthly per capita expenditure
(MPCE) class and number per 1000 households of adults and children by sex in
different MPCE classes

A-1

2R & 2U

Quantity of consumption of cereals, gram and cereal substitutes in kg per person per
30 days for each MPCE class

A-2

3R & 3U

Value of consumption of cereals, gram and cereal substitutes in Rs per person per 30
days for each MPCE class

A-3

4R & 4U

Break-up of total monthly per capita consumption expenditure (MPCE) over broad
groups of items for households in different MPCE classes

A-4 A-6

Per 1000 distribution of households by food availability status for each MPCE class

A-7

6R & 6U

Per 1000 distribution of males, females and persons by level of education for each agegroup

A-8 A-13

7R & 7U

Per 1000 distribution of households by occupancy status of the dwelling unit for each
state

A-14 A-15

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Tables

8R & 8U

Per 1000 distribution of households by type of dwelling unit and type of structure for
each state

A-16 A-17

9R & 9U

Per 1000 distribution of households by primary source of energy for cooking


separately for different MPCE classes

A-18 A-19

10

Per 1000 distribution of households by primary source of energy for lighting


separately for different MPCE classes

A-20

11R & 11U

Average covered area of dwelling unit for households occupying different types of
dwellings in each state/union territory

A-21 A-22

12
13R & 13U

Pages

Per 1000 distribution of households by social group for each MPCE class: all-India

A-23

Per 1000 distribution of households by household type for each MPCE class: all-India

A-24

14

Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons by current weekly activity for
each age-group: all-India

A-25 A-30

15

Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons by principal usual activity
category for each age-group: all-India

A-31 A-36

16

Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons by usual activity category
taking also into consideration the subsidiary economic status of person categorised
not working in the principal status for each age-group: all-India
Per 1000 distribution of usually working males, females and persons by industry
division NIC 1998 tabulation category : all-India

A-37 A-42

18

Per 1000 distribution of males, females and persons by current weekly activity for
each usual activity taking also into consideration the subsidiary economic activity of
persons categorised not working in principle status : all-India

A-44 A-46

19R

Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons (15 years and above) by usual
activity category taking also into consideration the subsidiary economic status of
persons categorised as not working for each household type for rural areas: all-India

A-47 A-49

19U

Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons (15 years and above) by usual
activity category taking also into consideration the subsidiary economic status of
persons categorised as not working for each household type for urban areas: all-India

A-50 A-52

17

A-43

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Highlights
There is a declining trend in the share of
food in total expenditure. It is 56% in rural
areas and 44% in urban areas during NSS 56th
round compared to 64% in rural areas and
56% in urban areas during NSS 43rd round
(1987-88).

Consumer expenditure

About 75% of the Indian population lives in


rural areas and 25%, in urban areas. There
were 942 females per 1000 males in rural
areas and 908 females per 1000 males in urban
areas.

Adequacy of food

The all-India average monthly per capita


consumer expenditure (MPCE) is Rs 495 and
Rs 914 for rural and urban areas, respectively.
Thus, the average MPCE for urban areas at
all-India level is 85% higher than that in rural
areas.

At the all-India level the proportion of


chronically hungry households (not getting
enough to eat during even some months of the
year) is less than 1% for rural areas and less
than 0.5% for urban. As for seasonal hunger,
19 per 1000 households in rural areas and 4 per
1000 households in urban areas reported
getting enough food only in some months of the
year.

Average MPCE in rural areas has


increased by 2% (Rs 9) from the previous year
and in urban areas, by 7% (Rs 60).
For rural India, average MPCE of Rs 495
comprised Rs 279 for food, and Rs 216 for
non-food. Food expenditure included Rs 100
for cereals and cereal substitutes, and Rs 90
for milk, milk products, vegetable s and edible
oil. Non-food expenditure included Rs 41 for
fuel and light, and Rs 41 for clothing and
footwear.

Other living conditions


The percentage of households living in
dwelling units owned by them was 93 in rural
India and only about 61 per cent in urban
areas, while 34 per cent lived in rented
dwelling units in urban areas.
There is an increase of around 3 percent in
the proportion of urban households using LPG
for cooking over the previous year. The
percentage of urban households depending on
firewood and chips for cooking came down by
1 whereas the same for rural areas remained
more or less stable.

For the urban sector, average MPCE of


Rs 914 comprised Rs 400 for food and Rs 514
for non-food. Of food expenditure, only Rs 102
went towards cereals and cereal substitutes
while Rs 143 is spent on milk, milk products,
vegetables and edible oil, and Rs 58 on
beverages, refreshments and processed food.
Rs 77 is spent per person per month on fuel
and light, and Rs 69 on clothing and footwear.

About 99% of the households are


dependant on kerosene and electricity for their
lighting purposes in both rural and urban India.
At the all-India level the percentage of
households using electricity is 91% in urban
areas and 51% in rural areas; the remaining
households are, mostly, users of kerosene.

At the all-India level, the share of cereals


and cereal substitutes in total consumption
expenditure is 20% in rural India and 11% in
urban India.

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Employment and unemployment

Over two-fifths of the population


(42%) in rural areas and more than
one-third (35%) in urban areas are in
the employed category as per their usual
status (ps + ss, that is, if principal and
subsidiary status workers are taken
together).

In rural India, according to the usual


status (ps+ss), about 69 per cent of the
male workers and 82 per cent of the
female workers are engaged in
agricultural activities. In urban India,
about 58 per cent of the male workers
and about 48 per cent of the female
workers are engaged in the tertiary sector
activities as per the usual status (ps+ss).

The worker population ratio (WPR)


according to the usual status (ps+ss)
differed between males and females in
both rural and urban areas. In rural areas,
the rates are 54 and 29 per cent for males
and female s, respectively. In urban areas,
the corresponding rates are 53 and 14 per
cent, respectively.

The proportion of usually employed


(ps+ss) who reported themselves as not
employed (i.e. unemployed or out of
labour force) as per current weekly status
is higher for females than for males. For
females, it is 25 per cent in the rural areas
and 18 per cent in the urban areas.

Both for males and females, the


unemployment rates are appreciably higher
in urban areas than in the rural areas.

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Section One

Introduction
1.0 Beginning from the first round (1950-51)
of the National Sample Survey (NSS), data
on household consumer expenditure were
collected in every round up to the 28th
(1973-74). After the 26th round of the
survey, the Governing Council of NSSO
decided that the surveys on consumer
expenditure and employment situation might
be undertaken together on a large scale once
in
every
five
years.
Accordingly,
"quinquennial"
surveys
on
consumer
expenditure and employment were conducted
in the 27th, 32nd, 38th, 43rd, 50th and 55 th
rounds of NSS, at roughly 5-year intervals. In
these rounds both survey schedules - Sch.1.0
dealing with household consumer expenditure
and Sch.10 with employment - were
canvassed.
1.1 Annual series: The need for an annual
series of data on consumer expenditure was
also felt at the same time by planners and
research workers. The Governing Council
therefore decided that while the quinquennial
consumer- expenditure-cum- employment
surveys would be carried on as before, every
other round of NSS, starting from the 42 nd
(1986-87), would include a consumer
expenditure enquiry on a reduced scale (2 or
4 sample households per sample village/block)
with a slightly abridged version of Sch.1.0.
From the 45th round, it was decided to
extend the scope of this "annual" survey by
introducing some important questions on
activity status of household members so as to

be able to generate some indicators on


employment and unemployment as well.
1.2 The present report gives the results of the
56th round survey (July 2000 - June 2001) on
consumer expenditure and employmentunemployment, the twelfth survey of the
"annual" series. In the 56th round of NSS, the
main enquiry was on economic and
operational characteristics of unorganized
manufacturing and repairing enterprises. In
addition, Sch.1.0 was canvassed in 4 sample
households per sample village/block. In all
5696 villages and 9092 blocks were selected
for the central sample. But, survey could be
conducted in 5433 villages and 8912 urban
blocks and the schedule was ultimately
canvassed in 21649 rural households and
35624 urban households.
1.3
Geographical
coverage:
The
geographical coverage of the survey was to be
the whole of the Indian Union except Ladakh
and Kargil districts of Jammu & Kashmir, 768
interior villages of Nagaland and 172 villages
in Andaman & Nicobar Islands which remain
inaccessible throughout the year. In addition,
certain districts of Jammu & Kashmir viz.,
Doda, Anantnag, Pulwama, Srinagar,
Badgam, Baramula and Kupwara, as well as
Amritsar district in Punjab, had to be excluded
from the survey coverage due to unfavourable
field conditions.

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1.4 Contents of the Report: The sample


design and estimation procedure is explained
in Appendix B. The main findings of the
enquiry on consumer expenditure are
presented in Section Two, which discusses the
pattern of variation of monthly per cap-ita
consumer expenditure over rural areas of 23
States and urban areas of 25 States and for
both rural and urban areas of one group of
States (North-Eastern) and one group of
Union Territories. Section Three presents the
key indicators of employment and
unemployment obtained from the 56th round
survey. The estimates are based on two
approaches followed in NSS surveys for
collection of information on
employment
and unemployment: the usual

status approach and the current weekly status


approach. To give a comparative picture of
the employment situation over the period from
1977-78 (32nd round) to 2000-01 (56th
round), corresponding results obtained from
the earlier surveys are given alongside. The
discussion in Section Three is confined to the
all-India estimates. Some key estimates are
presented at broad levels for the States or
Union Territories as mentioned above.
Concepts and definitions used in the collection
of data pertaining to this report are explained
in Sections Two and Three, separately for
consumer expenditure and employmentunemployment. Detailed tables at all-India
level are given in the Appendix A.

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Section Two
Household Consumer Expenditure
2.0.3 Household consumer expenditure:
The expenditure incurred by a household on
domestic consumption during the reference
period is the household's consumer
expenditure.
Household
consumer
expenditure is the total of the monetary
values of consumption of various groups of
items, namely (i) food, pan (betel leaves),
tobacco, intoxicants and fuel & light, (ii)
clothing and footwear and (iii) miscellaneous
goods and services and durable articles.

Concepts and Definitions


2.0.0 Household: A group of persons
normally living together and taking food
from a common kitchen constitutes a
household. The word "normally" means that
temporary visitors are excluded but
temporary stay-aways are included. Thus, a
son or daughter residing in a hostel for
studies is excluded from the household of
his/her parents, but a resident employee or
resident domestic servant or paying guest
(but not just a tenant in the house) is included
in the employer/host's household. "Living
together" is usually given more importance
than "sharing food from a common kitchen"
in drawing the boundaries of a household in
case the two criteria are in conflict; however,
in the special case of a person taking food
with his family but sleeping elsewhere (say,
in a shop or a different house) due to space
shortage, the household formed by such a
person's family members is taken to include
the person also. Each inmate of a mess, hotel,
boarding and lodging house, hostel, etc. is
considered as a single- member household
except that a family living in a hotel (say) is
considered as one household only; the same
applies to residential staff of such
establishments.

2.0.4 For groups (i) and (ii), the total value


of consumption is derived by aggregating the
monetary value of goods actually consumed
during the reference period. An item of
clothing and footwear would be considered to
have been consumed if it is brought into
maiden or first use during the reference
period. The consumption may be out of (a)
purchases made during the reference period
or earlier; (b) home grown stock; (c) receipt
in exchange of goods and services; (d) any
other receipt like gift, charity, borrowing and
(e) free collection. Home produce is
evaluated at the ex farm or ex factory rate.
For evaluating the consumption of the items
of group (iii), i.e., items categorised as
miscellaneous goods and services and
durable articles, a different approach is
followed. In this case, the expenditure made
during the reference period for the purchase
of goods and services is considered as
consumption.

2.0.1 Adult: A person who has completed


15 years of age.
2.0.2 Household size: The size of a
household is the total number of persons in
the household.

2.0.5 It is pertinent to mention here that the


consumer expenditure of a household on food

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items relates to the actual consumption by the


normal resident members of the household
and also by the guests whether during
ceremonies or otherwise. To avoid double
counting, transfer payments like charity, loan
advance, etc. made by the household are not
considered as consumption for items of
groups (i) and (ii), since transfer receipts of
these items have been taken into account.
However, the item "cooked meals" is an
exception to the rule. Meals prepared in the
household kitchen and provided to the
employees and/or others would automatically
get included in domestic consumption of
employer (payer) household. There is a
practical difficulty of estimating the
quantities and values of individual items used
for preparing the meals served to employees
or others. Thus, to avoid double counting,
cooked meals received as perquisites from
employer household or as gift or charity are
not recorded in the recipient household. As a
general principle, cooked meals pur chased
from the market for consumption of the
normal resident members and for guests and
employees will also be recorded in the
purchaser household.

data for any nutritional studies relating to the


nutritional status of households.
2.0.7 Value of consumption: Consumption
out of purchase is evaluated at the purchase
price. Consumption out of home produce is
evaluated at ex farm or ex factory rate. Value
of consumption out of gifts, loans, free
collection, and goods received in exchange of
goods and services is imputed at the rate of
average local retail prices prevailing during
the reference period.
2.0.8
Monthly per capita consumer
expenditure (MPCE): For a household, this
is its total consumer expenditure divided by
its size and expressed on a per month basis.
A persons MPCE is understood as that of the
household to which he or she belongs.
2.0.9 For presentation of data two group s of
States and Union Territories have been
formed. These groups are as follows:
North-Eastern States: Arunachal Pradesh,
Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland,
Sikkim, Tripura.
Group of UTs: Andaman & Nicobar Islands,
Chandigarh, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman
& Diu, Lakshadweep, Pondicherry.

2.0.6 This procedure of recording cooked


meals served to others in the expenditure of
the serving households only leads to bias-free
estimates of average per capita consumption
as well as total consumer expenditure.
However, as the proportions of donors and
recipients of free cooked meals are likely to
vary in opposite directions over the
expenditure classes, the nutritional intake
derived from the consumer expenditure
survey data may present a somewhat
distorted picture. These derived nutrition
intakes may get inflated for the rich (net
donors) and understated for the poor (net
recipients). This point has to be kept in mind
while using the NSS consumer expenditure

2.0.13
Reference period: The reference
periods used for collection of consumption
data for different groups of items are given
below:
food, pan, tobacco and intoxicants,
fuel & light, miscellaneo us goods
& services, and medical care
(non-institutional)
education, medical care
(institutional), clothing, footwear
and durable goods

last
30
days
last
365
days

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2.0.14 Milk and milk products: This


includes ghee, butter, curd, ice-cream etc.
Milk-based sweetmeats (pera, rosogolla etc.)
come under "beverages, refreshments and
processed food" unless they are prepared
from milk, sugar, etc. within the household.
In the latter case, consumption of milk, sugar,
etc. are accounted separately instead of the
entire consumption being accounted under
"milk products".

in construction of roofs will be regarded as


pucca materials.
2.0.20
Semi-pucca:
A semi-pucca
structure is one of which either the roof or
the walls but not both is made of pucca
materials like burnt bricks, stone, cement,
concrete or timber.
2.0.21 Chawl/bustee: A chawl/bustee is a
collection of huts (thatched houses or huts) or
tenements which is generally constructed of
katcha or semi-pucca materials like mud,
bamboo, grass, leaves, reeds, thatch, unburnt
bricks etc., and is inhabited by a large number
of households.

2.0.15 Clothing and footwear: This


category includes bedsheets, bedcovers,
pillows, curtains, mattresses, blankets, rugs,
mats and mattings, cotton yarn, wool, and
knitting wool. It, however, excludes tailoring
charges, which come under "miscellaneous
goods and services".

2.0.22 Independent house: An independent


house is one which has a separate structure
and
entrance
with
self-contained
arrangements. In other words, if the dwelling
unit and the entire structure of the house are
physically the same, it is considered as an
independent house. Here dwelling unit means
living rooms, kitchen, bathroom, latrine,
store-room, verandah (both open and closed).

2.0.16 Miscellaneous goods and services:


This is a residual group containing items
other than food, pan, tobacco, intoxicants,
fuel and light, clothing, footwear, rent, taxes
and durable goods.
2.0.17 Durable goods: Items included here
are distinguished from miscellaneous goods
by having a longer expected lifetime of use
(roughly, one year or more). Expenditure
incurred on repairs, and purchase and
construction of durables used for domestic
purpose is included in "expenditure on
durable goods".

2.0.23 Flat: A flat, generally, is a part of a


building and has one or more rooms with selfcontained arrangements and normal housing
facilities like water supply, latrine, toilet etc.,
which are used exclusively by the family
residing therein or jointly with other families.
It also includes detatched room or rooms with
or without other housing facilities.

2.0.18 Katcha: A katcha structure is one


whose walls and roof are made of mud,
bamboo, grass, leaves, reeds, thatch or
unburnt bricks.

2.1 Results of the Survey: The NSS survey


of
household
consumer
expenditure
generates, first and foremost, a very
important indicator of human living standards
called monthly per capita consumer
expenditure (MPCE). The present report like
previous reports on the same subject, brings
out various facets of this indicator. The
distributions of households and persons by

2.0.19 Pucca: A pucca structure is one


whose walls and roof are made of burnt
bricks, stone, cement, concrete, jackboard
(cement-plastered reeds) and timber. Tiles,
galvanised tin or asbestos cement sheets used

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MPCE for each State and sector will be


presented first. Next, the results for States
where at least 75 FSUs were surveyed in a
sector will be presented for that sector. In
addition, results are also being provided
separately for North-Eastern States and
Group of UTs. These two groups will also be
referred as State hereafter. Including these
two groups, results are being brought out for
rural areas of 25 States and for urban areas of
27 States. The absolute and percentage
composition of MPCE by items of
consumption, which is also available for each
State and sector, will be taken up next.
Inter-State and rural-urban variation in
consumption of cereals - the major
constituent of the Indian diet - will be studied
through the estimates of per capita quantity
and value of cereal consumption. Thereafter,
the results of this round will be compared
with those of earlier rounds of NSS. Finally,
certain demographic and social features of
the populatio n, such as, literacy, and social
group, and some other aspects of household
living standards, such as structure of dwelling
unit, nature of occupancy of dwelling, and
energy sources used for cooking and lighting,
on which information was collected through
the consumer expenditure schedule will be
discussed.

2.2.2 Average household size in rural India


was 5.1 including 1.9 children per household.
In urban India the average household size
was 4.5 with 1.4 children per household. In
lower MPCE classes, average household
sizes were, as usual, much higher than the
all classes average. At the all-India level
average rural household size declined
steadily from 6.1 in the lowest MPCE class to
3.6 in the highest. In urban areas the decline
was from 6.2 to 2.9. The difference was
accounted mainly by the under 15 age group.
The average number of members under 15
per rural household is seen to decline from
3.1 in the lowest MPCE class to 0.7 in the
highest class. In urban India the average
number of "children" per household was less
than 0.5 in the highest MPCE class.
2.2.3 State-level averages of household size
are shown in column 15 of Statements 2.2R
and 2.2U. It is seen that inter-State variation
in household size was considerable in both
rural and urban areas. The lowest averages
are seen for rural areas of Tamil Nadu (3.9),
Group of UTs (4.1) and Andhra Pradesh (4.2)
and in urban areas of Himachal Pradesh (3.7),
Rajasthan (3.8), Tamil Nadu (3.9). The
highest averages were found for the rural
areas of Assam, Bihar, and Uttar Pradesh (5.7
or more) and for urban areas of Tripura,
Punjab and Madhya Pradesh (5.2 to 5.3).

The major findings of the survey are given


below.

2.3 Distributions of households and


persons by MPCE: sectoral and interState comparison

2.2 Population structure


2.2.1 Statement 2.1 presents some key
indicators of population in rural and urban
India estimated from the sample data. About
75% of the population of the country was
found to reside in rural areas and 25% in
urban areas. The rural population had 942
females per 1000 males and the urban, 908
females per 1000 males.

2.3.1 Statements 2.2R and 2.2U show


distributions of households over 12 classes of
MPCE for selected States, Group of UTs and
all India for rural and urban sectors,
respectively. Statements 2.3R and 2.3U show
the corresponding distributions of persons.
As could be anticipated, the rural population
was more concentrated in the lower levels of

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Statement 2.1: Selected demographic


differences
between
rural and urban India
population characteristic
(1)
average household size
average no. of adults per
household
average no. of children
per household
sex-ratio
sex-ratio among adults
sex-ratio among
children
% of population

rural

2.3.4 Table 1 of the Appendix gives, in


addition to information on distributions of
households and persons over classes of
MPCE, some idea of average size and
household composition, in terms of number
of adult males, adult females, male children
and female children per 1000 households, in
different MPCE classes at all-India level.
Numbers per 1000 households are shown in
order to avoid decimal points; division by
1000 yie lds per household figures.

urban

(2)
5.1
3.2

(3)
4.5
3.1

1.9

1.4

942
966
902

908
906
911

25.1

74.9

2.4 Average MPCE: States and all-India


2.4.1 Statements 2.3R and 2.3U present
average MPCE for selected States, Group of
UTs and all-India, for rural and urban
sectors respectively. The averages of MPCE
for selected States, Group of UTs and allIndia are shown in the map of India given in
Figures 1R and 1U, separately for rural and
urban areas.

MPCE compared to urban areas. For


example, the population having MPCE below
Rs 775 accounted for 90% in rural areas
while it accounted for only 57% in urban
areas.

2.4.2 The all-India rural average of MPCE


was Rs 495. At State level, average MPCE
ranged between Rs 385 (Jharkhand) and Rs
841(Kerala). Among 23 States and UTs for
which result is published for rural areas,
average MPCE was below Rs 400 in five
States, between Rs 400 and Rs 600 in ten
States, and above Rs 600 in eight States.

2.3.2 It may be observed that the level of


consumption in urban sector is much higher
than that in the rural sector. In rural sector,
10% of population of the country as a whole
had MPCE below Rs 255 whereas in urban
sector less than 5% of population had MPCE
below Rs 255. Similarly, the top 10% of
population in rural sector had MPCE Rs 775
or more whereas for the urban sector the
corresponding decile was above Rs 1500.

2.4.3 The all-India average MPCE in the


urban sector was Rs 914. State-level average
MPCE exceeded Rs 725 for all States and
UTs except in Bihar and Jharkhand where it
was Rs 595 and Rs 691, respectively.
Average urban MPCE was more than Rs
1200 in Kerala and Delhi.

2.3.3 The inter-State variation is substantial


in the distribution of population by MPCE in
each of the two sectors. The State level
distributions of population were found to be
highly skewed towards left in rural areas of
Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Chattisgarh and
Jharkhand and in urban areas of Bihar,
Orissa, Uttar Pradesh and Jharkhand.

2.4.4 Average urban MPCE exceeded


average rural MPCE by about 85% at the allIndia level. Rural- urban disparity was
relatively small for Punjab (26%) and
Haryana (32%) but large in Maharashtra

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(90%).

2.5.6 The gap between rural and urban


averages of MPCE was of the order of Rs
420. The item-groups viz. milk and milk
products, beverages etc, fuel and light,
education, miscellaneous consumer goods,
consumer services, conveyance and rent
accounted for the gap significantly.

2.5 Per capita expenditure on different


items of consumption: all-India
2.5.1 Statements 2.4R and 2.4U show the
break-up of MPCE by item group and the
corresponding percentage composition of the
total MPCE is given in Statements 2.5R &
2.5U for selected States/UTs and all-India.

2.5.7 Non-food expenditure per person in the


urban sector was more than double of that for
the rural sector, where it was about Rs 216.

2.5.2 Looking at the all-India columns of


Statements 2.4R and 2.4U, a picture of
average rural and urban consumption
patterns for the country as a whole emerges.
The following are the main features.

2.6 Percentage break-up of MPCE by


item group: all-India
2.6.1 Statements 2.5R and 2.5U express the
expenditure figures of Statements 2.4R and
2.4U as percentages of total MPCE, for
selected States/UTs and all-India. Figures 2R
and 2U present the percentage break-up of
MPCE into seven groups of items viz.
cereals, milk & milk products, vegetables,
other food items, fuel & light, clothing &
footwear and other non- food items at allIndia level. Examination of the all-India
columns in statements 2.5R and 2.5U reveals
that, for the country as a whole,

2.5.3 For rural India, per capita 30 days'


consumer expenditure of Rs 495 was split up
into Rs.279, on an average, for food, and Rs
216 for non-food. Food included Rs 100 for
cereals and cereal substitutes, and Rs 90 for
milk, milk products, vegetables and edible
oil. Non- food included Rs 41 for fuel and
light, and another Rs 41 for clothing and
footwear.
2.5.4 For the urban sector, average MPCE of
Rs 914 split up into Rs 400 for food and Rs
514 for non- food. Of food expenditure, Rs
102 went towards cereals and cereal
substitutes while Rs 143 was spent on milk,
milk products, vegetables and edible oil. Rs
77 was spent per person on fuel and light,
and Rs 69 on clothing and footwear.

(a) The percentage shares in total MPCE of


only a few item groups like milk & milk
products and fuel & light were more or less
equal in both the sectors.
(b) Important rural-urban differences were
present in the budget share of cereals (rural
share exceeding urban by 9 percentage
points), and in case of miscellaneous
consumer services and education (both of
which had a larger share in the urban sector
than in the rural).

2.5.5 Urban expenditure levels per capita


exceeded rural levels for all the item groups
except for cereals and cereal substitutes.
However, the average per capita expenditures
for 30 days on cereals and cereal substitutes
for rural and urban areas are very close to
each other.

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Figure 2R : Percentage Composition of Consumer Expenditure - Rural


India
cereals
20%
other non-food
28%

milk & products


9%

vegetables
6%

clothing & footwear


8%

fuel & light


8%

other food
21%

Figure 2U : Percentage Composition of Consumer Expenditure - Urban India


cereals
11%

milk & products


8%
other non-food
41%

vegetables
5%

other food
20%

clothing & footwear


7%

fuel & light


8%

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2.7 Per capita expenditure on different


item groups: inter-State variation

milk products which pulled up their monthly


per capita food expenditures.

2.7.1 One may now turn to inter-State


differences in cons umption pattern as
revealed by Statements 2.4R and 2.4U and
also by Statements 2.5R and 2.5U.

2.7.5 A comparison of the various columns


of Statements 2.5R and 2.5U brings out the
diversity in consumption patterns in different
regions of the country in great detail. The
statement can be used to identify the item
groups such as vegetables or fuel & light,
for which the percentage-to -total-MPCE
figures for the different States lie closely
around the national average, and other item
groups, such as milk & milk products, or
meat, fish & egg, where there is
considerable heterogeneity in consumption
patterns in the country.

2.7.2 For the rural sector of the country,


State-level food expenditure per person
varied in the range Rs 200-Rs 430. Punjab,
Kerala, Himachal Pradesh and Haryana,
which had a high level of average MPCE in
the rural sector, can be seen to have incurred
high per capita food expenditures as well.
Likewise, food expenditure per person is
found to have been very low in the States
judged very poor in terms of MPCE, namely,
Bihar, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar
Pradesh, Jharkhand and Chattisgarh. Per
capita non-food expenditure appears to have
varied more unevenly among the States. It
was under Rs 160 for four of the major States
- Bihar, Orissa, Assam and Jharkhand - and
exceeded Rs 400 for only one State, viz.,
Kerala in the rural sector.

2.7.6 The share of food in total expenditure is


seen to have exhibited some variation from
State to State, either rural or urban areas. It
ranged from 50% (Kerala) to 66% (Assam)
in the rural sector, and from 36% (Delhi) to
53% (Assam, Tripura and Jharkhand) in
urban sector. Within a State, the share of food
in the rural sector exceeded that in the urban
by 2-18 percentage points.

2.7.3 Within the urban sector inter-State


variation in average monthly food
expenditure per person was smaller compared
to the rural sector. It varied from Rs 306
(Bihar) to Rs 542 (Himachal Pradesh). Only
five States had average monthly food
expenditure per person above Rs 500.
Non-food spending levels were markedly
higher than in rural areas. However, there
were only three States where the figure was
above Rs 600 (Himachal Pradesh, Kerala and
Mizoram) and one State (Bihar) where the
figure was less than Rs 300.

2.8 Consumption of cereals


2.8.1 Statements 2.6R and 2.6U show
average per capita quantity of consumption
of cereals per 30 days at State and all-India
levels. The corresponding per capita values
of consumption of cereals per person per 30
days at State and all- India levels have been
shown in Statements 2.7R and 2.7U. Note
here that the value of consumption of home
produce is imputed at ex farm prices. The
following points are of interest.
(a) All-India average of per capita monthly
consumption of cereals was 12.4 kg in the
rural sector and 10.1 kg in the urban. The
break-up by different cereals is depicted in
Figure 3.
(b) Rice and wheat together accounted for
11.3 kg of monthly per capita cereal

2.7.4 In the urban sector high levels of per


capita expenditure on cereals (Rs 146) and
meat, fish & egg (Rs 63) are seen to have
raised Assam's food expenditure per person
to Rs 417, while for Punjab, Haryana and
Rajasthan it was expenditure on milk &

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consumption in the rural sector and 9.6 kg in


the urban. About 500 gms of cereals other
than rice and wheat, therefore, was consumed
per person per month in the urban sector of
the country as a whole. The corresponding
figure for rural Ind ia was 1.13 kg.
Consumption of jowar was largely confined
to Karnataka and Maharashtra, and of bajra,
to Gujarat, Maharashtra and Rajasthan. In
almost all other States rice and wheat
accounted for an overwhelming proportion of
total cereals consumed.

rural sector, where per capita consumption


continues to increase though only slightly up
to the highest MPCE class. (See Table 2R
and 2U in Appendix.)
(f) While average quantity of cereals
consumed per person per 30 days varied from
10.0 to 15.2 kg in the rural sector and from
8.1 to 18 kg in the urban sector across the
States, average value of cereals consumed
per capita per month varied across the States
from Rs 70 to Rs 210 in both the sectors. In
particular, the population in the eastern and
north-eastern States of Assam, West Bengal,
Bihar and Orissa spent more money
compared to other States on cereals per
person per month especially in rural sector.
Average value of per capita cereal
consumption was more or less the same
(around Rs 70) in both sectors for only two
States - Punjab and Haryana.

(c) Per capita consumption of cereals in rural


areas is uniformly higher than that in urban
areas for all the States other than NorthEastern States.
Figure 3 : Per capita consumption (kg) of
cereals over a period of 30 days

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2.9 Trends in all-India average per capita


consumption
expenditure,
and
in
consumption pattern at all-India level,
since 1987 - 88:

12

Kg

10
8
6
4
2

2.9.1 The composition of household MPCE


at the all- India level is shown for three
quinquennial consumer expenditure surveys
of NSS ( 43rd, 50th and 55th rounds) along
with 56th round of NSS in Statements 2.8R
and 2.8U. Apart from absolute values of
average MPCE, the second line from bottom
of each table presents indices of average
MPCE using the 43 rd round figure as base
(=100). The corresponding consumer price
indices (CPI for agricultural workers for rural
areas and CPI for non- manual employees for
urban areas), again with 1987-88 as base are
shown in the last row of the table. Statements
2.9R and 2.9U give the percentage
composition
of
household
MPCE
corresponding to the figures given in
Statements 2.8R and 2.8U. The following are
among the noticeable features of the data:

rice wheat jowar bajra maize

other
cereal

all

rural

6.7

urban

5.04 4.57 0.26 0.11 0.04 0.06 10.08

4.59 0.39 0.33 0.24 0.17 12.43

rural

urban

(d) Value of average monthly consumption of


cereals per person was around Rs 99 for the
rural sector and Rs 101 for the urban sector
of the country as a whole.
(e) As one moves from lower MPCE to
higher MPCE households, per capita quantity
of cereal consumption per month in the urban
sector reaches a peak around the level of
about 10.5 kg after which it seems to drop to
some extent with further increase in MPCE.
No such saturation level of cereal
consumption is, however, observed in the

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(a) The rural average MPCE at all-India level


has risen from Rs 158 in the 43rd round to Rs
495 in the 56th round. The corresponding
estimate of per capita expenditure on food
has increased from Rs 101 to Rs 279 and
while that for per capita expenditure on nonfood has increased from Rs 57 to Rs 216.

manual employees with base 1984-85 =100.)


An increasing trend in average MPCE at
constant prices was observed during the
period 1987-2001 in both rural and urban
sectors. But monthly per capita quantity of
consumption of cereals showed a decreasing
trend over the period 1987 2001 in both the
sectors. However, average household size
during the same period was more or less
constant for both the sectors.

(b) The urban average MPCE at all-India


level has risen from Rs 250 in the 43rd round
to Rs 914 in the 56th round. The
corresponding estimates of per capita
expenditure on food has increased from Rs
140 to Rs 400 and for per capita expenditure
on non- food has increased from Rs 110 to Rs
514.

2.10 Perception of households regarding


sufficiency of food
2.10.1 The incidence of hunger as perceived
by people could be considered for an
alternative approach to assess the poverty in
this country. Perception of food availability
by the population was investigated, as usual,
through the question Do all members of
your household get enough to eat?
(Answers: A. Yes, throughout the year B.
Only some months of the year C. not even
some months of the year.) The responses are
summarised (estimated proportions of
households in each category) statewise in
Statements 2.11R and 2.11U for rural and
urban areas separately. The all-India table
with classification by MPCE (Table 5) has
been provided in Appendix.

(c) The percentage share of cereals in


household consumer expenditure has fallen
steadily in both rural and urban areas. In rural
areas it has fallen from 26% to 20% and in
urban areas from 15% to 11%.
(d) In the rural sector, the share of food as a
whole has also substantially reduced since
the 43rd round (1987-88). The shares of
some food groups, meat, egg & fish,
vegetables and beverages, refreshments &
processed food, have increased slightly in
this sector.
(e) In the urban sector, the share of food has
continued to fall throughout the period
1987-2001. In this sector, there was a fall in
the shares of all the food groups.

2.10.2 In this round at the all-India level the


proportion of chronically hungry (not getting
enough to eat even some months of the year)
households was estimated as 6 and 2 per
thousand households in rural and urban
India respectively; and the seasonal hunger
(getting enough to eat for only some months
of the year) has been estimated as 19 and 4
per thousand households in rural and urban
sectors, respectively. The data indicate that
both seasonal and chronic hunger, at all
India level, have somewhat fallen from the
last round for both rural and urban sectors.

2.9.2 Trends, if any, in certain other


parameters of interest, such as average
household size, average MPCE and selected
percentiles (20th, 50th and 80th) of the
distribution of persons by MPCE, may be
studied from Statement 2.10, which gives
estimates for the 43rd, 50th , 55th and 56th
rounds, separately for rural and urban India.
This statement also shows average MPCE at
constant (1987-88) prices. (For rural areas,
the price index used is the CPI used is that for
agricultural labourers with base 1986-87=100
and for urban areas, the CPI for urban non-

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2.11 Literacy

Other Aspects of Living Conditions

2.11.1 Statements 2.12R and 2.12U


present distribution of persons by level
of education for different States, UTs
and all-India, separately for males,
females and persons by rural and urban
areas. In addition, Figures 5R and 5U
give the literacy rates (in the form of
percentages) at all-India level. These
figures reveal the following points.

2.12 Occupancy position: Occupancy


position of households, or their break-up
according to whether they owned, rented or
otherwise occupied their dwelling units, is
given in Statements 2.13R and 2.13U by
State, separately, for rural and urban areas.
For India as a whole, the proportion of
households living in dwelling units owned
by them was 93% in rural areas and only
about 61% in urban areas, whereas 4% and
34% lived in rented dwelling units in rural
and urban areas, respectively. The
proportion of urban households owning their
dwelling unit varied between 38% and 85%
across the States.

Literacy rate (%)

Figure 5R: Literacy rate - all-India (rural)


80
60
40
20
0

2.13 Energy for cooking


Male

Female

Person

55-th round

68

43

56

56-th round

72

47

60

2.13.1 Statements 2.14R and 2.14U show the


distribution of households by primary source
of energy used for cooking by State,
separately for rural and urban areas. It
appears that in the rural areas of the country,
the households used mainly three primary
sources of energy for cooking, viz.,
firewood and chips, dung cake and LPG.
Among the different sources, firewood and
chips was used by almost three-fourths of
the rural households; and the percentage of
households using firewood and chips over
the period 1999-2001 was more or less
stable at 75%. However, the use of LPG
increased by 2 percentage points and that of
dung cake decreased by 1% between 19992000 and 2000-2001 at all-India level. Only
7% of rural households use coke, coal,
kerosene, etc as the primary source of
energy for their cooking.
2.13.2 In urban areas of the country, the
households used mainly three primary
sources of energy, viz., LPG, firewood and
chips and kerosene. Around 21% of urban
households used firewood and chips. The
percentage of households using firewood
and chips decreased since the previous

Literacy rate (%)

Figure 5U: Literacy rate - all-India (urban)


100
80
60
40
20
0

Male

Female

Person

55-th round

87

72

80

56-th round

88

73

81

2.11.2 At all-India level, literacy rate (%)


increased marginally during a period of one
year from 1999-2000 to 2000-2001. For
males, it decreased from 68 to 72 in rural
areas and from 87 to 88 in urban areas. For
females, the corresponding figures were 43
and 47 in rural areas and 72 and 73 in urban
areas. The figures for persons were 56 and
60 in rural areas and 80 and 81 in urban
areas.

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round by about 1 percentage point. Of the


three sources, LPG was predominant. Only
44% households were using LPG as primary
source of energy for cooking in 1999-2000
while 47% used it in 2000-2001. Use of
kerosene decreased by 2 percentage points
from the previous round.

above 60 sq. m. in both rural and urban areas


of Kerala only.

Other Characteristics of households


2.16 Household social group
2.16.1 All-India distributions of households
over social groups by States for rural and
urban sectors are shown in Statements 2.17R
and 2.17U. In the rural sector, at all-India
level 10%, 22% and 38% of the households
belonged to ST, SC and OBC, respectively.
Although the proportions of ST and OBC
households are more or less stable at 10%
and 38% respectively, the corresponding
proportion of SC households has increased
marginally by over 1% over the previous
round. However, the corresponding increases
in urban India, are 7 percentage point for
each type of household belonging to ST, SC
and OBC.

2.14 Energy for lighting


2.14.1 Statements 2.15R and 2.15U show the
distribution of households by primary source
of energy for lighting by state and sector. The
different energy sources for lighting were:
kerosene, electricity, and others, this last
including gas, other oil, etc. Among these,
only kerosene and electricity were more
common. At the national level, these two
accounted for 99% of the households in both
rural and urban areas. At the all-India level
the percentage of households using electricity
was 91% in urban areas and 51% in rural
areas; the remaining households were,
predominantly, users of kerosene.

2.17 Household (occupational) type

2.14.2 Comparing these results with the NSS


55th round, it is seen that the percentage of
households using kerosene decreased and
that for electricity increased in both rural
and urban areas between the years 19992000 and 2000-2001. Probably, this was due
to increase in electrification over the period,
which lessened the dependence on kerosene.

2.17.1 The distributions of rural and urban


households by household type are given
separately for different States, and separately
for rural and urban areas, respectively, in
Statements 2.18R and 2.18U. The five rural
house hold types were: self-employed in nonagriculture, agricultural labour, other labour,
self-employed in agriculture, and other
households. The four urban household types
were: self-employed, regular wage/salary
earning, casual labour, and other households.
In rural India, 63% of the households were
belonging to either self-employed in
agriculture or agricultural labour. However,
the proportion in both types decreased from
the previous round when their combined
figure was 69%. In urban India although the
proportion, of households belonging to selfemployed decreased from 39% to 35%
between the two rounds, that of the regular
wage/salary earning households increased
from 40% to 42% over the previous round.

2.15 Covered area of dwelling unit


2.15.1 Statements 2.16R and 2.16U give
average covered area of different types of
dwelling units - independent house, chawl
/bustee and flat - in rural and urban areas for
different States. At the all-India level, the
average cove red area per household are 42.42
sq. m. and 42.34 sq. m. in rural and urban
areas respectively. Average covered area per
household is seen to be the highest, for rural
areas, in Arunachal Pradesh and, among
urban areas, in Jammu & Kashmir. Among
other States, the average covered area was

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Statement 2.2R: Per 1000 distribution of households in rural sector over MPCE classes for selected States, UTs and all-India
MPCE (Rs)
Rural
state/ group of
UTs

0225

225255

255300

300340

340380

380420

420470

470525

525615

615775

775950

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

950-

all
classes

average
hh.size

(14)

(15)

no. of
sample
hhs
(16)

estd. no.
of hhs
(00)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

38

31

129

80

88

76

96

99

103

155

52

54

1000

4.2

1800

134997

3
3

0
39

22
47

36
79

50
83

181
163

74
160

73
167

127
121

210
88

73
31

150
18

1000
1000

5.1
5.7

365
1116

1374
38518

Bihar
Gujarat

48
21

69
10

133
22

140
44

73
70

116
59

147
89

74
151

92
142

72
188

15
78

23
126

1000
1000

5.7
5.1

1456
724

97525
57707

Haryana
Himachal Pradesh

13
2

10
9

5
10

28
20

29
23

40
50

107
61

60
57

145
185

241
211

180
161

144
212

1000
1000

5.1
4.7

428
636

24892
8708

Jammu & Kashmir


Karnataka

0
19

2
25

21
61

26
80

17
104

35
94

95
78

66
89

127
143

283
162

174
73

154
73

1000
1000

5.3
4.6

508
813

8226
51978

Kerala
Madhya Pradesh

1
105

1
118

4
117

16
87

25
153

29
70

60
90

86
76

110
53

182
60

161
38

324
33

1000
1000

4.5
5.5

1168
1006

43521
84182

Maharashtra
Orissa

45
107

37
65

64
120

68
93

83
173

89
90

85
117

95
64

141
46

144
70

70
16

79
38

1000
1000

4.9
4.8

1108
997

107356
54427

Punjab
Rajasthan

0
12

1
13

9
29

13
38

44
65

57
97

62
127

93
117

114
169

206
187

117
74

283
71

1000
1000

5.3
5.5

625
921

29456
64279

Tamil Nadu
Tripura

20
0

28
10

40
41

86
57

101
41

106
67

107
97

95
100

106
163

159
165

66
99

87
160

1000
1000

3.9
4.7

1534
468

98447
4690

Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal

40
52

53
23

94
81

86
78

105
108

110
106

122
106

85
101

105
136

91
121

57
42

51
45

1000
1000

6.1
4.9

1702
1459

221234
127082

Jharkhand
Chhatisgarh
North-Eastern
States

54
80

88
64

116
140

129
140

146
173

115
61

65
45

82
72

54
85

70
62

30
40

51
36

1000
1000

5.2
4.8

758
312

33677
31411

23

32

42

57

81

110

217

205

111

118

1000

5.1

1930

12850

Group of UTs

30

23

26

65

31

115

241

139

327

1000

4.1

296

1429

41

41

79

79

96

91

103

93

112

128

61

77

1000

5.1

21649

1355977

Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam

all-India

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MPCE (Rs)
Urban
state/ group of
UTs

0300

300 350

350425

425500

500575

575665

665775

775915

9151120

11201500

15001925

1925-

all
classes

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(14)

ave
rage
hhd.
size
(15)

no. of
sample
hhs
(16)

estd.
no. of
hhs
(00)
(17)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

41

36

60

73

73

101

102

117

94

125

82

96

1000

4.2

2140

47288

28
107

14
87

64
116

60
118

130
102

122
72

122
87

120
84

138
82

105
56

50
38

47
49

1000
1000

4.2
5.1

776
1444

5123
13567

27
8

10
18

52
63

53
43

64
85

98
96

105
143

98
140

122
139

207
118

78
57

86
90

1000
1000

4.5
4.7

1909
683

27813
9366

1
7

5
1

18
13

14
27

48
33

47
69

84
79

93
138

146
249

241
244

93
92

211
48

1000
1000

3.7
5.1

560
855

1239
3991

Karnataka
Kerala

40
9

33
16

38
33

91
28

88
62

88
78

114
89

72
79

108
149

157
133

78
90

92
233

1000
1000

4.5
4.1

1424
1006

29310
12851

Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra

57
20

61
32

123
49

105
57

99
50

109
82

97
89

80
102

82
131

88
153

49
103

49
132

1000
1000

5.2
4.4

2130
4077

24438
81142

Manipur
Meghalaya

1
0

5
1

40
0

132
5

112
9

257
75

178
85

98
134

111
242

56
221

8
82

2
146

1000
1000

4.8
4.7

477
468

965
632

Mizoram
Orissa

79
9

60
6

95
25

85
49

66
68

81
86

90
114

70
140

121
160

119
190

63
83

70
71

1000
1000

4.4
4.4

991
1583

11387
15546

Punjab
Rajasthan

11
22

20
25

71
52

121
92

99
94

127
75

99
99

106
113

122
125

105
130

55
60

64
112

1000
1000

5.2
3.8

1801
2654

21476
53814

Tamil Nadu
Tripura

0
74

11
67

55
105

53
110

125
94

115
99

76
85

106
78

115
76

137
85

66
50

140
76

1000
1000

3.9
5.3

542
4175

1123
52074

Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal

18
7

37
13

66
40

84
26

79
45

99
75

119
61

93
71

125
134

118
210

66
109

97
208

1000
1000

4.0
4.2

2316
540

48152
29924

Delhi
Jharkhand

68
30

47
53

115
118

104
117

115
131

100
105

94
81

71
74

106
84

102
97

39
74

39
36

1000
1000

4.8
4.8

1048
463

8840
8226

Chhatisgarh
North-Eastern
States

41

36

60

73

73

101

102

117

94

125

82

96

1000

4.2

2140

47288

23

34

46

67

92

119

230

188

98

89

1000

5.1

2254

65241

Group of UTs

30

31

33

73

50

117

301

158

186

1000

4.1

368

5855

33

35

65

77

77

91

98

96

117

135

74

103

1000

4.5

35624

518922

Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir

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Rural

MPCE (Rs)

state/ group
of UTs
(1)
Andhra
Pradesh
Arunachal
Pradesh

0225

225255

255300

300340

340380

380420

420470

470525

525615

615775

775950

950-

all
classes

aveMPCE
(Rs)

no. of
sam-ple
hhs

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

35

143

103

95

72

104

91

133

62

40

1000

490.15

29

93

1800

estd. no.
of
persons
(00)
(17)
571940

39

51

52

241

85

84

136

175

59

76

1000

569.32

365

6971

Assam
Bihar

4
58

49
82

57
142

98
175

77
70

169
119

155
139

174
59

105
72

80
56

24
8

10
20

1000
1000

457.27
396.33

1116
1456

220137
552172

Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal
Pradesh
Jammu &
Kashmir
Karnataka

21
22

11
12

24
7

56
34

76
33

78
40

90
109

168
67

158
148

184
239

56
166

79
124

1000
1000

591.20
682.28

724
428

295297
126646

11

13

20

35

62

75

78

201

208

148

145

1000

700.77

636

41257

0
12

3
36

16
72

25
92

22
113

49
95

95
94

70
98

148
130

280
139

169
55

124
62

1000
1000

679.76
531.02

508
813

43853
239610

39

72

103

123

192

152

261

1000

841.30

1168

194440

Kerala
Madhya
Pradesh
Maharashtra

18

31

110

145

142

104

125

73

82

72

45

41

35

26

1000

389.99

1006

460802

55

46

74

84

99

101

90

92

127

124

53

54

1000

506.84

1108

521729

Orissa
Punjab

122
0

68
2

114
11

89
21

231
53

78
58

92
63

67
110

45
140

59
195

10
96

26
250

1000
1000

392.48
771.24

997
625

259649
155736

Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu

16
24

18
36

35
49

42
103

71
90

113
109

140
111

135
100

152
108

174
150

59
57

44
62

1000
1000

538.25
525.73

921
1534

355105
379099

Tripura
Uttar Pradesh

0
52

14
62

46
115

59
87

43
119

71
109

102
128

110
82

183
92

145
77

88
43

139
34

1000
1000

634.48
452.70

468
1702

22037
1354703

West Bengal
Jharkhand

74
72

29
114

94
136

84
150

108
169

104
94

109
61

91
54

132
56

101
56

40
21

35
18

1000
1000

473.07
385.12

1459
758

617943
175526

Chhatisgarh
North-Eastern
States

108

64

150

155

158

67

40

72

100

39

29

19

1000

394.83

312

150130

23

34

46

67

92

119

230

188

98

89

1000

620.00

1930

69048

Group of UTs

30

31

33

73

50

117

301

158

186

1000

791.00

296

5854

49

51

92

91

102

94

106

94

105

111

50

54

1000

494.90

21649

6899880

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Urban

MPCE (Rs)
0300

300350

350425

425500

500575

575665

665775

775915

9151120

11201500

15001925

1925-

all
classes

(1)
Andhra
Pradesh
Assam

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

average
MPCE
(Rs)
(15)

Bihar
Gujarat

state/ group
of UTs

no. of
sample
hhs
(16)

estd. no.
of
persons
(00)
(17)

49

42

86

85

79

117

106

121

85

97

67

65

1000

928.43

2140

198618

41

22

78

67

159

133

120

124

109

83

30

33

1000

789.40

776

21380

148
34

101
13

136
80

137
66

115
74

77
111

85
112

73
99

55
121

38
169

17
63

19
60

1000
1000

595.40
953.19

1444
1909

68904
125850

Haryana
Himachal
Pradesh
Jammu &
Kashmir

12

27

93

44

106

118

139

154

110

93

47

56

1000

897.91

683

43823

16

26

21

65

58

120

104

161

241

65

123

1000

1178.48

560

4567

15

25

37

82

105

152

237

230

71

35

1000

1047.58

855

20448

Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya
Pradesh
Maharashtra

44
11

53
11

53
39

107
40

86
116

102
90

116
104

77
87

104
157

150
129

49
69

58
148

1000
1000

900.47
1203.65

1424
1006

132058
52703

70
29

75
42

140
69

113
68

104
69

106
96

104
97

75
108

75
125

71
131

41
75

27
91

1000
1000

727.39
1033.93

2130
4077

126367
353143

Manipur
Meghalaya

1
0

5
0

53
0

130
30

130
19

242
129

157
95

97
104

131
302

46
178

7
83

1
59

1000
1000

729.67
1066.63

477
320

4666
2537

Mizoram
Orissa

0
88

2
78

0
108

7
110

11
79

92
98

97
90

146
60

245
108

227
97

77
46

98
37

1000
1000

1172.38
772.67

468
991

3001
49779

Punjab
Rajasthan

14
19

12
27

35
85

64
163

92
108

95
142

119
109

140
89

142
111

170
67

62
34

55
48

1000
1000

973.20
793.40

1583
1801

67673
112388

Tamil Nadu
Tripura

30
0

34
11

59
81

107
64

99
130

86
147

104
83

115
105

128
117

109
106

49
56

80
101

1000
1000

969.47
988.62

2654
542

206793
4428

Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal

105
21

89
41

128
91

124
118

93
83

98
109

75
132

73
82

57
102

63
95

41
60

55
66

1000
1000

737.75
902.17

4175
2316

275692
194631

Delhi
Jharkhand

15
90

25
61

68
138

37
110

71
128

105
101

75
98

75
68

144
90

181
69

55
25

149
23

1000
1000

1308.70
690.62

540
1048

125608
42116

Chhatisgarh
North-Eastern
States
Group of UTs

33

73

141

133

136

93

71

76

74

89

55

26

1000

739.99

463

39160

37

67

71

145

104

120

178

150

56

61

1000

988

2254

18332

15

34

11

37

105

265

64

124

123

172

46

1000

1054

368

14623

all -India

46

46

86

94

88

103

103

95

107

110

54

68

1000

914.57

35624

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Statement 2.4R: Average monthly expenditure (Rs) per person on groups of items of consumption for rural areas of
selected States/UTs
item/state
(1)
cereal
gram
cereal substitutes
pulses & their products
milk & milk products
edible oil
meat, fish and eggs
vegetables
fruits (fresh)
fruits (dry)
sugar
salt
spices
beverages, etc.
food total
pan
tobacco
intoxicants
pan, tobacco & intoxicants
fuel and light
clothing
footwear
education
medical (institutional)
medical (non-institutional)
entertainment
goods personal care & effects
toilet articles
sundry articles
misc. consumer goods
consumer services
conveyance
misc. consumer services
rent
taxes and cesses
misc. consumer goods &
services
durable goods
non-food total
total consumer expenditure
clothing (second hand)
durable goods (second hand)
estd. no. of hhs (00)
estd. no. of persons (00)
no. of sample households

Andhra
Pradesh
(2)

Arunachal
Pradesh
(3)

Assam

Bihar

Gujarat

Haryana

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Himachal
Pradesh
(8)

Rural
Jammu &
Kashmir
(9)

104.12
0.17
0.00
15.65
29.08
17.01
24.70
26.64
7.41
1.48
6.85
1.08
12.73
26.20
273.14
0.54
15.52
9.10
25.16
37.53
32.69
3.30
6.73
8.92
24.44
5.10
0.34
16.17
11.06
32.67
11.49
11.94
23.43
5.19
0.93

155.09
0.08
0.97
8.76
16.49
9.92
62.22
42.85
5.90
0.08
6.74
1.98
6.58
18.14
335.81
3.36
6.44
27.82
37.62
91.01
27.71
5.47
9.48
4.41
7.92
4.19
5.36
12.15
7.21
28.92
6.22
5.62
11.85
0.39
0.16

141.92
0.16
0.00
13.15
15.57
14.36
42.28
35.48
4.85
0.13
7.57
1.36
7.55
15.52
299.90
9.72
5.13
5.55
20.40
34.55
29.18
3.68
7.22
2.77
12.65
2.45
1.52
8.66
6.70
19.34
7.07
8.55
15.61
0.17
0.03

113.46
1.22
0.00
13.95
30.38
14.41
12.24
29.89
3.46
0.43
6.71
0.92
7.13
9.97
244.15
1.20
4.16
2.83
8.19
33.61
30.75
2.80
9.14
2.72
21.61
1.22
1.35
8.32
7.26
18.15
12.17
3.67
15.83
0.15
0.00

86.66
0.47
0.10
22.08
82.31
35.46
5.20
40.43
7.68
1.39
19.18
0.64
13.33
31.45
346.39
3.17
11.32
0.88
15.36
56.81
35.01
6.92
8.69
7.80
18.81
3.48
1.26
12.67
12.32
29.73
19.05
22.58
41.63
1.65
1.96

69.59
0.96
0.00
16.94
155.81
11.71
2.51
30.00
9.15
1.40
24.86
1.20
10.79
25.26
360.18
0.00
12.31
7.01
19.31
66.82
44.38
12.43
32.39
17.16
36.08
1.12
2.17
13.28
14.42
30.99
17.89
29.67
47.56
0.78
0.53

116.82
3.33
0.00
30.36
107.19
24.49
14.90
27.32
8.90
2.08
19.24
1.43
13.20
29.01
398.26
0.84
12.33
6.47
19.64
53.66
51.72
15.67
20.36
11.46
35.04
2.48
2.41
15.10
15.50
35.49
21.33
21.90
43.23
1.66
0.41

135.79
1.58
0.02
19.84
87.97
25.43
25.38
42.56
11.40
1.48
10.62
1.88
14.85
32.32
411.13
0.02
12.35
3.43
15.79
50.09
47.04
14.90
27.04
2.04
15.22
0.52
2.97
11.18
11.84
26.51
20.07
26.47
46.54
2.16
0.63

62.22
16.02
217.01
490.15
0.07
1.37
134997
571940
1800

41.32
8.57
233.51
569.32
0.46
0.09
1374
6971
365

35.15
11.76
157.37
457.27
0.76
0.51
38518
220137
1116

34.14
9.21
152.17
396.33
0.09
0.07
97525
552172
1456

74.97
20.44
244.81
591.20
1.51
0.09
57707
295297
724

79.86
13.67
322.10
682.28
0.02
3.19
24892
126646
428

80.79
14.16
302.51
700.77
0.59
0.08
8708
41257
636

75.84
20.66
268.63
679.76
1.18
0.64
8226
43853
508
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Statement 2.4R(contd.): Average monthly expenditure (Rs) per person on groups of items of consumption for rur al
areas of selected States/UTs
item/state

Karnataka

Kerala

(1)

(10)

(11)

cereal
gram
cereal substitutes
pulses & their products
milk & milk products
edible oil
meat, fish and eggs
vegetables
fruits (fresh)
fruits (dry)
sugar
salt
spices
beverages, etc.
food total
pan
tobacco
intoxicants
pan, tobacco & intoxicants
fuel and light
clothing
footwear
education
medical (institutional)
medical (non-institutional)
entertainment
goods personal care & effects
toilet articles
sundry articles
misc. consumer goods
consumer services
conveyance
misc. consumer services
rent
taxes and cesses
misc. consumer goods &
services
durable goods
non-food total
total consumer expenditure
clothing (second hand)
durable goods (second hand)
estd. no. of hhs (00)
estd. no. of persons (00)
no. of sample households

Madhya
Pradesh
(12)

Maharashtra

Orissa

Punjab

Rajasthan

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

Rural
Tamil
Nadu
(17)

95.81
1.26
0.01
19.70
30.98
17.48
21.18
23.45
12.26
2.81
12.22
1.09
13.48
36.44
288.16
5.25
8.55
6.63
20.43
42.65
41.88
4.75
8.46
8.45
23.86
3.93
0.93
15.45
12.24
32.55
16.05
20.55
36.60
3.95
1.38

119.40
1.90
4.88
14.32
44.55
15.75
64.54
30.02
32.90
1.14
13.78
1.07
16.95
56.37
417.56
2.14
9.73
6.74
18.62
54.61
53.41
6.87
30.41
22.58
44.62
4.68
2.65
19.46
13.72
40.51
30.62
48.77
79.39
7.47
1.99

73.82
0.50
0.26
16.06
34.95
13.80
5.59
21.05
4.23
0.58
12.05
0.86
8.89
14.51
207.16
2.18
8.51
4.83
15.52
35.20
32.57
4.79
5.93
6.23
21.57
0.84
1.29
9.26
9.60
20.99
14.01
11.22
25.24
0.59
0.19

82.16
0.36
2.22
22.77
32.51
21.11
15.79
24.27
8.24
8.50
15.88
1.03
11.96
24.40
271.21
2.87
6.29
3.85
13.01
44.14
40.55
5.45
9.68
11.15
24.63
1.22
1.92
14.00
12.10
29.23
16.03
20.92
36.95
3.40
3.83

130.69
0.24
0.00
10.34
9.62
10.94
14.54
33.74
4.11
0.13
6.23
1.10
6.94
18.03
246.66
4.06
3.11
2.00
9.17
34.67
27.34
2.39
5.24
3.03
20.27
0.90
0.88
9.08
6.30
17.16
4.92
6.00
10.92
1.43
0.34

71.95
2.45
0.00
20.34
133.22
20.37
7.32
33.54
8.54
2.09
30.36
1.14
12.26
31.66
375.25
0.62
3.82
7.90
12.35
84.12
49.23
11.25
30.94
31.92
54.43
0.45
0.20
20.41
18.73
39.79
25.51
34.50
60.01
2.05
0.27

86.11
0.33
0.00
13.19
108.15
15.64
3.66
24.19
4.71
1.62
16.51
1.09
12.40
17.39
304.98
0.09
13.06
2.49
15.64
47.95
41.10
8.77
10.75
7.50
30.73
0.40
0.60
10.12
13.09
24.20
16.98
15.53
32.51
0.82
0.95

91.85
0.94
0.24
20.61
25.24
16.08
27.57
31.37
10.00
0.54
7.08
1.10
19.36
39.02
290.99
3.40
10.18
7.90
21.48
39.44
33.65
3.52
11.69
6.84
17.75
6.77
0.46
17.41
14.00
38.63
14.77
21.33
36.10
9.86
1.35

74.48
17.91
242.86
531.02
0.15
0.15
51978
239610
813

129.35
63.27
423.75
841.30
0.04
0.75
43521
194440
1168

47.01
14.01
182.83
389.99
0.49
0.25
84182
460802
1006

73.41
13.60
235.62
506.84
0.09
0.33
107356
521729
1108

29.84
13.88
145.82
392.48
0.17
0.04
54427
259649
997

102.11
19.65
395.99
771.24
0.33
0.70
29456
155736
625

58.48
12.36
233.27
538.25
0.22
0.08
64279
355105
921

85.94
14.42
234.74
525.73
0.04
0.24
98447
379099
1534
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Statement 2.4R (contd.): Average monthly expenditure (Rs) per person on groups of items of
consumption for rural areas of selected States/UTs
Rural
item/state
(1)
cereal
gram
cereal substitutes
pulses & their products
milk & milk products
edible oil
meat, fish and eggs
vegetables
fruits (fresh)
fruits (dry)
sugar
salt
spices
beverages,etc.
food total
pan
tobacco
intoxicants
pan, tobacco & intoxicants
fuel and light
clothing
footwear
education
medical (institutional)
medical (non-institutional)
entertainment
goods personal care & effects
toilet articles
sundry articles
misc. consumer goods
consumer services
conveyance
misc. consumer services
rent
taxes and cesses
misc. consumer goods &
services
durable goods
non-food total
total consumer expenditure
clothing (second hand)
durable goods (second hand)
estd. no. of hhs (00)
estd. no. of persons (00)
no. of sample households

Tripura

Uttar
Pradesh

West
Bengal

Jharkhand Chhatisgarh

NorthEastern
States
(23)

Group of
UTs

all-India

(18)

(19)

(20)

(21)

(22)

(24)

(25)

157.19
0.01
0.25
13.00
24.23
17.42
71.84
51.97
9.68
0.38
6.73
2.04
10.69
17.33
382.74
7.62
15.36
7.34
30.32
46.07
43.32
5.51
21.52
5.63
24.17
1.66
1.78
13.94
8.62
26.01
10.75
18.33
29.07
0.35
0.00

81.25
0.38
0.09
19.81
48.48
15.81
7.57
26.17
7.53
1.47
12.98
0.70
8.95
13.92
245.11
2.19
7.33
1.65
11.17
35.92
35.07
5.43
11.15
7.48
35.19
1.35
1.20
10.38
8.86
21.80
16.14
12.83
28.97
0.38
0.00

128.15
0.06
0.10
12.25
14.68
17.34
36.23
38.24
5.08
0.21
7.22
1.14
10.06
20.65
291.41
2.15
7.06
1.22
10.44
40.53
35.97
3.57
13.34
5.10
19.18
1.74
1.07
11.18
7.68
21.67
7.74
10.28
18.02
0.64
0.08

122.53
0.61
0.00
12.70
16.58
12.96
13.48
30.64
3.06
0.09
6.87
1.10
7.70
10.88
239.20
0.98
3.98
5.05
10.01
33.08
28.88
3.36
8.90
2.11
16.61
0.95
1.48
9.00
8.24
19.67
7.93
7.07
15.00
2.23
0.00

124.82
0.17
0.00
12.87
8.57
12.60
11.13
27.82
3.82
0.33
8.01
0.80
8.12
11.21
230.28
0.94
4.81
6.49
12.24
31.58
31.02
3.96
7.27
4.48
25.18
0.96
0.66
10.81
9.92
22.36
6.40
6.72
13.12
2.52
0.07

159.04

112.74

0.10

1.94

99.12
0.59
0.37
16.96
42.97
16.92
17.78
29.29
7.43
1.58
11.69
0.98
10.82
22.07
278.57
2.35
8.36
4.22
14.93
41.39
35.94
5.20
11.55
7.79
25.95
2.18
1.19
12.14
10.31
25.82
14.26
15.06
29.33
2.30
0.76

55.43
19.79
251.74
634.48
1.27
0.17
4690
22037
468

51.15
15.03
207.59
452.70
0.10
0.07
221234
1354703
1702

40.41
13.12
181.67
473.07
0.25
0.28
127082
617943
1459

36.89
6.07
145.92
385.12
0.08
0.01
33677
175526
758

38.06
10.76
164.56
394.83
0.10
1.00
31411
150130
312

0.59

0.44

11.49

24.87

18.00

58.95

14.27

28.98

67.68

50.05

47.00

51.04

7.98

11.32

0.22

1.38

8.01

12.91

1.80

1.55

8.34

19.92

22.61

56.65

367.13
11.04

432.77
8.50

11.12

9.58

6.37

18.93

28.53
55.15

37.01
56.96

41.54

52.60

9.44

9.02

24.53

12.18

3.29

3.12

14.38

15.30

2.43

8.20

2.98

1.90

13.72

23.09

9.85

18.99

28.98

52.18

13.06

20.67

16.67

32.83

29.73

53.51

1.73

37.72

0.11

2.74

60.55

146.15

15.32

25.94

252.73

358.28

619.86
3.74

791.05
0.25

0.29

0.26

12850

1429

65241

5855

1930

296

58.20
15.38
216.34
494.90
0.27
0.37
1355977
6899880
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Statement 2.4U: Average monthly expenditure (Rs) per person on groups of items of consumption for urban areas
of selected States/UTs
Urban
item/state
(1)
cereal
gram
cereal substitutes
pulses & their products
milk & milk products
edible oil
meat, fish and eggs
vegetables
fruits (fresh)
fruits (dry)
sugar
salt
spices
beverages, etc.
food total
pan
tobacco
intoxicants
pan, tobacco & intoxicants
fuel and light
clothing
footwear
education
medical (institutional)
medical (non-institutional)
entertainment
goods personal care & effects
toilet articles
sundry articles
misc. consumer goods
consumer services
conveyance
misc. consumer services
rent
taxes and cesses
misc. consumer goods &
services
durable goods
non-food total
total consumer expenditure
clothing (second hand)
durable goods (second hand)
imputed rent
estd. no. of hhs (00)
estd. no. of persons (00)
no. of sample households

Andhra
Pradesh
(2)

Assam

Bihar

Gujarat

Haryana

Himachal
Pradesh
(7)

Jammu &
Kashmir
(8)

Karnataka

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

118.65
0.22
0.01
22.73
58.36
23.02
30.20
33.39
12.26
3.06
9.51
1.43
14.60
55.95
383.37
1.30
11.67
6.71
19.67
76.39
62.61
8.87
58.77
10.62
33.95
17.58
1.01
26.17
18.26
63.03
43.31
51.88
95.19
77.45
6.92

145.63
0.84
0.00
20.23
35.92
25.52
63.21
46.47
13.62
0.69
12.39
1.83
10.02
40.57
416.93
11.24
6.49
5.91
23.64
73.11
52.44
8.40
28.23
6.14
19.38
5.57
1.35
20.27
14.24
41.42
22.84
29.75
52.59
48.97
1.46

108.20
1.27
0.24
17.59
50.20
18.93
16.42
34.38
7.11
2.10
10.14
1.19
9.10
29.45
306.33
2.34
3.57
2.81
8.72
53.49
43.31
7.46
42.89
6.88
26.07
2.75
1.10
14.69
10.47
29.01
17.21
16.44
33.65
23.61
0.61

83.05
0.71
0.27
24.12
120.62
41.05
9.40
50.76
15.41
4.07
18.35
0.88
14.53
49.66
432.88
3.39
8.05
0.29
11.74
96.63
62.98
12.45
44.13
17.53
28.55
15.14
2.31
24.09
19.60
61.14
53.41
65.55
118.96
24.89
10.35

68.58
1.55
0.00
19.15
150.85
19.45
3.91
39.69
17.61
3.28
20.77
1.37
11.96
48.56
406.74
0.45
7.57
3.33
11.36
94.17
57.98
15.20
63.12
9.59
37.22
6.65
1.81
22.17
16.98
47.61
37.14
39.87
77.01
19.19
4.79

121.48
3.78
0.00
32.25
149.21
31.85
17.16
41.27
18.81
9.15
21.23
1.47
17.42
75.75
540.84
0.53
12.37
9.25
22.14
77.23
85.51
30.19
51.08
26.84
50.59
9.90
3.83
28.31
22.30
64.34
64.73
60.39
125.12
59.40
2.65

149.24
1.44
0.00
16.54
120.38
33.58
45.81
56.56
16.86
6.01
9.92
2.12
16.24
53.09
527.78
0.02
15.35
2.90
18.27
83.33
61.33
18.25
77.58
5.44
33.94
5.55
3.14
22.93
18.90
50.53
33.43
53.92
87.36
13.02
1.72

106.98
1.04
0.17
24.82
57.57
23.04
31.85
29.61
17.07
3.67
13.41
1.30
13.72
66.02
390.27
2.20
7.07
6.13
15.39
75.49
59.71
9.81
42.10
23.62
35.23
11.45
1.10
23.55
17.47
53.57
42.78
48.60
91.38
66.69
9.38

(9)

242.59
31.60
545.06
928.43
0.13
0.86
108.51
47288
198618
2140

144.44
16.69
372.47
789.40
0.45
0.00
134.57
5123
21380
776

86.88
13.38
289.07
595.40
0.12
0.01
93.97
13567
68904
1444

215.33
30.98
520.31
953.19
0.99
0.16
234.78
27813
125850
1909

148.61
53.93
491.18
897.91
0.14
0.45
209.67
9366
43823
683

251.51
42.56
637.65
1178.48
0.91
1.75
195.59
1239
4567
560

152.62
69.04
519.80
1047.58
1.11
0.10
224.83
3991
20448
855

221.02
27.82
510.19
900.47
0.18
0.76
134.25
29310
132058
1424
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Statement 2.4U(contd.): Average monthly expenditure (Rs) per person on groups of items of consumption for urban
areas of selected States/UTs
Urban
item/state
(1)

Kerala

Maharashtra

Manipur

Meghalaya

Mizoram

Orissa

Punjab

Rajasthan

(12)

(13)

(14)

(17)

(18)

(15)

(16)

cereal

109.68

80.09

99.57

209.75

137.69

166.82

123.76

73.23

84.34

gram

2.61

0.27

0.85

0.36

0.02

0.16

0.30

2.63

0.20

cereal substitutes

2.02

0.82

2.00

0.01

0.63

0.65

0.10

0.00

0.00

pulses & their products

21.20

21.39

26.26

15.42

12.09

18.49

20.39

20.59

15.39

milk & milk products

66.44

69.83

73.18

13.03

34.37

42.21

40.68

133.82

116.29

edible oil

17.59

21.17

32.49

16.22

23.30

22.01

19.84

25.54

24.02

meat, fish and eggs

78.54

10.70

26.25

47.62

93.33

109.42

33.35

8.76

8.27

vegetables

36.79

32.39

46.98

31.66

48.39

99.76

46.37

39.79

36.81

fruits (fresh)

36.50

8.42

20.69

9.52

12.00

12.07

11.16

16.52

13.27

2.05

3.46

9.35

0.24

0.44

0.51

1.11

3.04

2.97

13.86

15.79

16.18

6.39

12.40

15.74

10.68

25.09

17.85

1.20

1.27

1.37

2.30

1.45

2.51

1.59

1.39

1.23
13.44

fruits (dry)
sugar
salt
spices

(10)

Madhya
Pradesh
(11)

19.47

11.15

13.39

10.40

7.04

9.38

10.47

13.89

beverages, etc.

112.30

35.28

68.45

23.30

99.98

40.83

52.87

54.38

36.87

food total
pan

520.25
1.93

312.04
4.74

437.01
3.85

386.22
10.04

483.15
28.54

540.55
24.06

372.67
8.67

418.68
0.61

370.95
1.02
9.20

tobacco

9.01

7.09

6.41

7.74

23.27

24.95

3.99

6.37

intoxicants

10.39

3.56

5.77

2.81

10.48

3.82

3.72

8.88

4.01

pan, tobacco & intoxicants


fuel and light

21.34
76.31

15.39
60.84

16.03
85.63

20.59
75.84

62.29
68.30

52.83
94.62

16.39
65.44

15.87
107.36

14.23
76.97

clothing

73.34

45.41

61.83

34.25

73.09

89.62

51.95

66.36

53.26

footwear

10.69

8.74

11.42

13.55

21.99

40.36

6.67

16.24

12.27

education

66.39

41.27

57.76

44.53

90.09

53.78

39.95

61.66

35.82

medical (institutional)

26.77

14.29

27.99

8.99

5.95

11.30

8.70

21.12

12.34

medical (non-institutional)

49.39

39.07

41.90

11.81

13.57

20.15

33.12

49.80

33.51

entertainment

15.43

7.19

13.83

8.43

9.68

13.07

6.03

7.55

6.02

3.80

2.27

1.88

5.77

6.33

5.84

1.65

1.50

1.46

toilet articles

25.21

20.28

28.53

17.77

25.39

28.47

20.77

27.50

20.96

sundry articles

19.19

16.84

22.55

12.57

18.47

19.95

13.44

21.41

19.28

misc. consumer goods

63.64

46.59

66.79

44.54

59.87

67.33

41.89

57.96

47.72

consumer services

69.99

29.85

64.65

14.40

47.88

78.22

26.67

42.82

35.82

conveyance

74.89

47.78

60.44

39.46

46.24

31.63

39.74

53.08

43.74

144.88

77.63

125.09

53.86

94.12

109.85

66.41

95.90

79.56

39.04

23.91

42.20

9.13

75.08

39.49

45.03

20.30

19.91

goods personal care & effects

misc. consumer services


rent
taxes and cesses
misc. consumer goods &
services

6.67

5.30

19.26

3.69

0.58

6.93

1.56

5.18

5.66

254.22

153.43

253.34

111.21

229.65

223.60

154.89

179.33

152.85

durable goods

104.95

36.91

41.03

22.68

18.54

45.56

22.90

36.78

31.20

non-food total

683.40

415.35

596.91

343.45

583.48

631.83

400.00

554.51

422.45

1203.65
0.09

727.39
0.22

1033.93
0.18

729.67
0.87

1066.63
3.80

1172.38
9.83

772.67
0.10

973.20
0.79

793.40
0.25

total consumer expenditure


clothing (second hand)
durable goods (second hand)

2.10

1.14

1.26

0.03

0.05

0.43

0.08

1.85

2.37

imputed rent

235.43

101.77

198.50

96.03

171.81

346.75

86.53

224.98

181.00

estd. no. of hhs (00)

12851

24438

81142

965

688

632

11387

15546

21476

estd. no. of persons (00)

52703

126367

353143

4458

2537

3001

49779

67673

112388

no. of sample households

1006

2130

4077

477

320

468

991

1583

1801
Contd.

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Statement 2.4U(contd.): Average monthly expenditure (Rs) per person on groups of items of consumption for
urban areas of selected States/UTs
Urban
item/state
(1)

Tamil
Nadu

Tripura

Uttar
Pradesh

West
Bengal

Delhi
(23)

Jharkhand Chhatisgarh

NorthEastern
States
(26)

Group of
UTs

all-India

(19)

(20)

(21)

(22)

(24)

(25)

(27)

(28)

cereal

106.18

166.38

80.42

129.78

80.73

126.94

116.40

172.44

101.02

100.67

gram

1.45

0.00

0.65

0.16

2.23

2.02

0.46

0.22

2.72

0.92

cereal substitutes

0.02

0.14

0.01

0.10

0.00

0.16

0.16

0.26

0.12

0.45

pulses & their products

27.71

19.42

20.94

17.51

20.35

17.95

21.61

17.16

25.54

22.13

milk & milk products

56.85

47.73

76.40

40.75

131.13

52.03

44.26

38.54

95.95

75.90

edible oil

20.27

26.86

19.18

26.12

25.49

22.09

23.18

21.95

27.99

24.90

meat, fish and eggs

35.02

112.80

12.69

63.10

27.06

22.80

19.35

90.13

52.48

27.71

vegetables

37.83

64.87

37.06

53.70

53.67

46.83

43.79

60.23

47.96

41.75

fruits (fresh)

16.64

22.33

11.66

13.42

19.22

7.74

10.67

14.27

21.06

15.34

1.77

1.77

3.65

0.96

3.94

1.98

2.43

0.87

3.01

3.84

10.18

10.42

15.14

10.75

13.55

11.47

13.40

10.98

14.69

14.11

fruits (dry)
sugar
salt

1.27

2.52

1.06

1.61

1.38

1.50

1.28

2.21

1.64

1.32

spices

20.46

13.13

11.62

13.69

15.45

10.05

10.15

10.33

17.50

13.84

beverages, etc.

79.97

34.41

40.28

55.47

83.36

40.74

35.08

47.24

77.84

57.67

food total

415.63

522.78

330.76

427.12

477.56

364.32

342.21

486.84

489.51

400.57

pan

1.64

7.53

4.20

3.30

3.78

2.69

4.86

15.04

3.46

3.15

tobacco

9.48

16.64

7.91

14.89

11.33

4.39

5.27

15.48

12.26

8.70

intoxicants

5.31

0.11

3.15

4.40

10.98

4.40

7.49

5.11

12.23

5.22

pan, tobacco & intoxicants

16.43

24.29

15.26

22.59

26.09

11.47

17.62

35.64

27.95

17.07

fuel and light

68.67

71.83

62.95

79.84

97.12

52.08

60.30

78.92

64.85

76.77

clothing

51.24

61.23

48.40

63.96

81.49

45.08

46.72

64.15

64.39

58.16

footwear

7.07

8.42

8.96

9.22

16.25

8.14

8.28

19.73

14.40

10.50

education

46.16

48.46

47.97

57.73

71.69

39.66

32.32

60.62

63.72

51.75

medical (institutional)

17.38

25.87

9.51

9.25

7.70

5.34

7.92

15.08

8.72

15.16

medical (non-institutional)

46.52

46.09

39.03

45.84

24.97

23.72

32.72

23.57

37.59

37.69

entertainment

16.06

1.81

4.75

7.59

21.65

6.05

8.01

8.51

13.48

11.09

goods personal care & effects

0.82

3.18

1.82

2.83

6.69

2.05

1.49

6.32

0.82

2.09

toilet articles

25.65

21.90

18.40

24.37

29.37

18.32

22.56

23.68

27.42

23.89

sundry articles

24.34

13.98

15.54

15.72

24.54

14.16

15.66

15.52

24.14

18.90

misc. consumer goods

66.87

40.87

40.50

50.51

82.24

40.57

47.72

54.02

65.86

55.96

consumer services

44.41

31.65

34.41

40.73

82.63

21.76

31.16

39.31

52.65

45.45

conveyance

63.60

37.76

48.99

38.65

180.05

35.88

33.89

38.68

67.11

57.97

108.02

69.41

83.40

79.38

262.67

57.64

65.05

77.99

119.76

103.42

82.14

26.56

21.28

34.76

117.92

20.93

26.10

35.35

60.98

45.74

6.07

0.54

4.48

1.16

6.57

0.45

2.48

2.40

5.14

7.36
212.48

misc. consumer services


rent
taxes and cesses
misc. consumer goods &
services

263.09

137.39

149.66

165.81

469.40

119.60

141.35

169.75

251.74

durable goods

37.27

42.25

25.25

20.82

36.42

21.22

50.56

34.04

31.74

34.41

non -food total

553.84

465.83

407.00

475.06

831.14

326.30

397.78

501.51

565.12

514.01

total consumer expenditure

969.47

988.62

737.75

902.17

1308.70

690.62

739.99

988.35

1054.63

914.57

clothing (second hand)

0.03

0.56

0.27

0.13

0.56

0.12

0.06

3.71

0.20

0.29

durable goods (second hand)

0.90

1.00

0.77

0.25

0.18

0.34

0.16

0.35

0.94

imputed rent

108.10

76.65

136.86

165.07

279.74

101.69

106.76

139.44

138.42

161.15

estd. no. of hhs (00)

53814

1123

52074

48152

29924

8840

8226

4251

3082

518922

206793

4428

275692

194631

125608

42116

39160

18124

14623

2317508

2654

542

4175

2316

540

1048

463

2254

368

35624

estd. no. of persons (00)


no. of sample households

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Statement 2.5R: Percentage distribution of monthly expenditure (Rs) per person over groups of items of
consumption for rural areas by selected States/UTs
item/state
(1)
cereal
gram
cereal substitutes
pulses & their products
milk & milk products
edible oil
meat, fish and eggs
veget ables
fruits (fresh)
fruits (dry)
sugar
salt
spices
beverages, etc.
food total
pan
tobacco
intoxicants
pan, tobacco & intoxicants
fuel and light
clothing
footwear
education
medical (institutional)
medical (non-institutional)
entertainment
goods personal care & effects
toilet articles
sundry articles
misc. consumer goods
consumer services
conveyance
misc. consumer services
rent
taxes and cesses
misc. consumer goods &
services
durable goods
non-food total
total consumer expenditure

Andhra
Pradesh
(2)

Arunachal
Pradesh
(3)

Assam

Bihar

Gujarat

Haryana

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

Himachal
Pradesh
(8)

Rural
Jammu &
Kashmir
(9)

21.24
0.03
3.19
5.93
3.47
5.04
5.44
1.51
0.30
1.40
0.22
2.60
5.35
55.73
0.11
3.17
1.86
5.13
7.66
6.67
0.67
1.37
1.82
4.99
1.04
0.07
3.30
2.26
6.67
2.34
2.44
4.78
1.06
0.19

27.24
0.01
0.17
1.54
2.90
1.74
10.93
7.53
1.04
0.01
1.18
0.35
1.16
3.19
58.98
0.59
1.13
4.89
6.61
15.99
4.87
0.96
1.67
0.77
1.39
0.74
0.94
2.13
1.27
5.08
1.09
0.99
2.08
0.07
0.03

31.04
0.03
2.88
3.40
3.14
9.25
7.76
1.06
0.03
1.66
0.30
1.65
3.39
65.58
2.13
1.12
1.21
4.46
7.56
6.38
0.80
1.58
0.61
2.77
0.54
0.33
1.89
1.47
4.23
1.55
1.87
3.41
0.04
0.01

28.63
0.31
3.52
7.67
3.64
3.09
7.54
0.87
0.11
1.69
0.23
1.80
2.52
61.60
0.30
1.05
0.71
2.07
8.48
7.76
0.71
2.31
0.69
5.45
0.31
0.34
2.10
1.83
4.58
3.07
0.93
3.99
0.04
-

14.66
0.08
0.02
3.73
13.92
6.00
0.88
6.84
1.30
0.24
3.24
0.11
2.25
5.32
58.59
0.54
1.91
0.15
2.60
9.61
5.92
1.17
1.47
1.32
3.18
0.59
0.21
2.14
2.08
5.03
3.22
3.82
7.04
0.28
0.33

10.20
0.14
2.48
22.84
1.72
0.37
4.40
1.34
0.21
3.64
0.18
1.58
3.70
52.79
1.80
1.03
2.83
9.79
6.50
1.82
4.75
2.52
5.29
0.16
0.32
1.95
2.11
4.54
2.62
4.35
6.97
0.11
0.08

16.67
0.48
4.33
15.30
3.49
2.13
3.90
1.27
0.30
2.75
0.20
1.88
4.14
56.83
0.12
1.76
0.92
2.80
7.66
7.38
2.24
2.91
1.64
5.00
0.35
0.34
2.15
2.21
5.06
3.04
3.13
6.17
0.24
0.06

19.98
0.23
0.00
2.92
12.94
3.74
3.73
6.26
1.68
0.22
1.56
0.28
2.18
4.75
60.48
0.00
1.82
0.50
2.32
7.37
6.92
2.19
3.98
0.30
2.24
0.08
0.44
1.64
1.74
3.90
2.95
3.89
6.85
0.32
0.09

12.69
3.27
44.27
100.00

7.26
1.51
41.02
100.00

7.69
2.57
34.42
100.00

8.61
2.32
38.39
100.00

12.68
3.46
41.41
100.00

11.70
2.00
47.21
100.00

11.53
2.02
43.17
100.00

11.16
3.04
39.52
100.00
Contd.

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Statement 2.5R(contd.): Percentage distribution of monthly expenditure (Rs) per person over groups of items of
consumption for rural areas by selected States/UTs
item/state

Karnataka

Kerala

(1)

(10)

(11)

cereal
gram
cereal substitutes
pulses & their products
milk & milk products
edible oil
meat, fish and eggs
vegetables
fruits (fresh)
fruits (dry)
sugar
salt
spices
beverages, etc.
food total
pan
tobacco
intoxicants
pan, tobacco & intoxicants
fuel and light
clothing
footwear
education
medical (institutional)
medical (non-institutional)
entertainment
goods personal care & effects
toilet articles
sundry articles
misc. consumer goods
consumer services
conveyance
misc. consumer services
rent
taxes and cesses
misc. consumer goods &
services
durable goods
non-food total
total consumer expenditure

Madhya
Pradesh
(12)

Maharashtra

Orissa

Punjab

Rajasthan

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

Rural
Tamil
Nadu
(17)

18.04
0.24
3.71
5.83
3.29
3.99
4.42
2.31
0.53
2.30
0.21
2.54
6.86
54.27
0.99
1.61
1.25
3.85
8.03
7.89
0.89
1.59
1.59
4.49
0.74
0.18
2.91
2.30
6.13
3.02
3.87
6.89
0.74
0.26

14.19
0.23
0.58
1.70
5.30
1.87
7.67
3.57
3.91
0.14
1.64
0.13
2.01
6.70
49.63
0.25
1.16
0.80
2.21
6.49
6.35
0.82
3.61
2.68
5.30
0.56
0.31
2.31
1.63
4.82
3.64
5.80
9.44
0.89
0.24

18.93
0.13
0.07
4.12
8.96
3.54
1.43
5.40
1.08
0.15
3.09
0.22
2.28
3.72
53.12
0.56
2.18
1.24
3.98
9.03
8.35
1.23
1.52
1.60
5.53
0.22
0.33
2.37
2.46
5.38
3.59
2.88
6.47
0.15
0.05

16.21
0.07
0.44
4.49
6.41
4.17
3.12
4.79
1.63
1.68
3.13
0.20
2.36
4.81
53.51
0.57
1.24
0.76
2.57
8.71
8.00
1.08
1.91
2.20
4.86
0.24
0.38
2.76
2.39
5.77
3.16
4.13
7.29
0.67
0.76

33.30
0.06
2.63
2.45
2.79
3.70
8.60
1.05
0.03
1.59
0.28
1.77
4.59
62.85
1.03
0.79
0.51
2.34
8.83
6.97
0.61
1.34
0.77
5.16
0.23
0.22
2.31
1.61
4.37
1.25
1.53
2.78
0.36
0.09

9.33
0.32
2.64
17.27
2.64
0.95
4.35
1.11
0.27
3.94
0.15
1.59
4.11
48.66
0.08
0.50
1.02
1.60
10.91
6.38
1.46
4.01
4.14
7.06
0.06
0.03
2.65
2.43
5.16
3.31
4.47
7.78
0.27
0.04

16.00
0.06
2.45
20.09
2.91
0.68
4.49
0.88
0.30
3.07
0.20
2.30
3.23
56.66
0.02
2.43
0.46
2.91
8.91
7.64
1.63
2.00
1.39
5.71
0.07
0.11
1.88
2.43
4.50
3.15
2.89
6.04
0.15
0.18

17.47
0.18
0.05
3.92
4.80
3.06
5.24
5.97
1.90
0.10
1.35
0.21
3.68
7.42
55.35
0.65
1.94
1.50
4.09
7.50
6.40
0.67
2.22
1.30
3.38
1.29
0.09
3.31
2.66
7.35
2.81
4.06
6.87
1.88
0.26

14.03
3.37
45.73
100.00

15.38
7.52
50.37
100.00

12.05
3.59
46.88
100.00

14.48
2.68
46.49
100.00

7.60
3.54
37.15
100.00

13.24
2.55
51.34
100.00

10.86
2.30
43.34
100.00

16.35
2.74
44.65
100.00
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Statement 2.5R(contd.): Percentage distribution of monthly expenditure (Rs) per person over groups of
items of consumption for rural areas by selected States/UTs
Rural
item/state
(1)
cereal
gram
cereal substitutes
pulses & their products
milk & milk products
edible oil
meat, fish and eggs
vegetables
fruits (fresh)
fruits (dry)
sugar
salt
spices
beverages,etc.
food total
pan
tobacco
intoxicants
pan, tobacco & intoxicants
fuel and light
clothing
footwear
education
medical (institutional)
medical (non-institutional)
entertainment
goods personal care & effects
toilet articles
sundry articles
misc. consumer goods
consumer services
conveyance
misc. consumer services
rent
taxes and cesses
misc. consumer goods &
services
durable goods
non-food total
total consumer expenditure

Tripura

Uttar
Pradesh

West
Bengal

Jharkhand

NorthChhatisgarh Eastern
States
(22)
(23)

Group of
UTs

all-India

(24)

(25)

20.03
0.12
0.07
3.43
8.68
3.42
3.59
5.92
1.50
0.32
2.36
0.20
2.19
4.46
56.29
0.47
1.69
0.85
3.02
8.36
7.26
1.05
2.33
1.57
5.24
0.44
0.24
2.45
2.08
5.22
2.88
3.04
5.93
0.46
0.15

(18)

(19)

(20)

(21)

24.77
0.04
2.05
3.82
2.75
11.32
8.19
1.53
0.06
1.06
0.32
1.68
2.73
60.32
1.20
2.42
1.16
4.78
7.26
6.83
0.87
3.39
0.89
3.81
0.26
0.28
2.20
1.36
4.10
1.69
2.89
4.58
0.06
-

17.95
0.08
0.02
4.38
10.71
3.49
1.67
5.78
1.66
0.32
2.87
0.15
1.98
3.07
54.14
0.48
1.62
0.36
2.47
7.93
7.75
1.20
2.46
1.65
7.77
0.30
0.27
2.29
1.96
4.82
3.57
2.83
6.40
0.08
-

27.09
0.01
0.02
2.59
3.10
3.67
7.66
8.08
1.07
0.04
1.53
0.24
2.13
4.37
61.60
0.45
1.49
0.26
2.21
8.57
7.60
0.75
2.82
1.08
4.05
0.37
0.23
2.36
1.62
4.58
1.64
2.17
3.81
0.14
0.02

31.82
0.16
3.30
4.31
3.37
3.50
7.96
0.79
0.02
1.78
0.29
2.00
2.83
62.11
0.25
1.03
1.31
2.60
8.59
7.50
0.87
2.31
0.55
4.31
0.25
0.38
2.34
2.14
5.11
2.06
1.84
3.89
0.58
-

31.61
0.04
3.26
2.17
3.19
2.82
7.05
0.97
0.08
2.03
0.20
2.06
2.84
58.32
0.24
1.22
1.64
3.10
8.00
7.86
1.00
1.84
1.13
6.38
0.24
0.17
2.74
2.51
5.66
1.62
1.70
3.32
0.64
0.02

25.66

14.25

0.02

0.25

0.10

0.06

1.85

3.14

2.90

7.45

2.30

3.66

10.92

6.33

7.58

6.45

1.29

1.43

0.04

0.17

1.29

1.63

0.29

0.20

1.35

2.52

3.65

7.16

59.23
1.78

54.71
1.07

1.79

1.21

1.03

2.39

4.60
8.90

4.68
7.20

6.70

6.65

1.52

1.14

3.96

1.54

0.53

0.39

2.32

1.93

0.39

1.04

0.48

0.24

2.21

2.92

1.59

2.40

4.68

6.60

2.11

2.61

2.69

4.15

4.80

6.76

0.28

4.77

0.02

0.35

8.74
3.12
39.68
100.00

11.30
3.32
45.86
100.00

8.54
2.77
38.40
100.00

9.58
1.58
37.89
100.00

9.64
2.73
41.68
100.00

9.77

18.48

2.47

3.28

40.77

45.29

100.00

100.00

11.76
3.11
43.71
100.00

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Statement 2.5U: Percentage distribution of monthly expenditure (Rs) per person over groups of items of
consumption for rural areas by selected States/UTs
Urban
item/state
(1)

Andhra
Pradesh
(2)

Assam

Bihar

Gujarat

Haryana

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Himachal
Pradesh
(7)

Jammu &
Kashmir
(8)

Karnataka
(9)

cereal

12.78

18.45

18.17

8.71

7.64

10.31

14.25

11.88

gram

0.02

0.11

0.21

0.07

0.17

0.32

0.14

0.12

0.04

0.03

0.02

pulses & their products

2.45

2.56

2.95

2.53

2.13

2.74

1.58

2.76

milk & milk products

6.29

4.55

8.43

12.65

16.8

12.66

11.49

6.39

edible oil

2.48

3.23

3.18

4.31

2.17

2.7

3.21

2.56

meat, fish and eggs

3.25

8.01

2.76

0.99

0.44

1.46

4.37

3.54

3.6

5.89

5.77

5.33

4.42

3.5

5.4

3.29

fruits (fresh)

1.32

1.73

1.19

1.62

1.96

1.6

1.61

1.9

fruits (dry)

0.33

0.09

0.35

0.43

0.37

0.78

0.57

0.41

sugar

1.02

1.57

1.7

1.93

2.31

1.8

0.95

1.49

salt

0.15

0.23

0.2

0.09

0.15

0.12

0.2

0.14

spices

1.57

1.27

1.53

1.52

1.33

1.48

1.55

1.52

beverages, etc.

6.03

5.14

4.95

5.21

5.41

6.43

5.07

7.33

41.29
0.14

52.82
1.42

51.45
0.39

45.41
0.36

45.3
0.05

45.89
0.04

50.38
-

43.34
0.24

tobacco

1.26

0.82

0.6

0.84

0.84

1.05

1.47

0.79

intoxicants

0.72

0.75

0.47

0.03

0.37

0.78

0.28

0.68

pan, tobacco & intoxicants


fuel and light

2.12
8.23

2.99
9.26

1.46
8.98

1.23
10.14

1.27
10.49

1.88
6.55

1.74
7.95

1.71
8.38

clothing

6.74

6.64

7.27

6.61

6.46

7.26

5.85

6.63

footwear

0.96

1.06

1.25

1.31

1.69

2.56

1.74

1.09

education

6.33

3.58

7.2

4.63

7.03

4.33

7.41

4.68

medical (institutional)

1.14

0.78

1.16

1.84

1.07

2.28

0.52

2.62

medical (non-institutional)

3.66

2.46

4.38

4.15

4.29

3.24

3.91

entertainment

1.89

0.71

0.46

1.59

0.74

0.84

0.53

1.27

goods personal care & effects

0.11

0.17

0.18

0.24

0.2

0.32

0.3

0.12

toilet articles

2.82

2.57

2.47

2.53

2.47

2.4

2.19

2.62

sundry articles

1.97

1.8

1.76

2.06

1.89

1.89

1.8

1.94

misc. consumer goods

6.79

5.25

4.87

6.41

5.3

5.46

4.82

5.95

consumer services

4.66

2.89

2.89

5.6

4.14

5.49

3.19

4.75

conveyance

5.59

3.77

2.76

6.88

4.44

5.12

5.15

5.4

10.25

6.66

5.65

12.48

8.58

10.62

8.34

10.15

cereal substitutes

vegetables

food total
pan

misc. consumer services


rent

8.34

6.2

3.97

2.61

2.14

5.04

1.24

7.41

taxes and cesses


misc. consumer goods &
services

0.75

0.18

0.1

1.09

0.53

0.22

0.16

1.04
24.54

26.13

18.3

14.59

22.59

16.55

21.34

14.57

durable goods

3.4

2.11

2.25

3.25

6.01

3.61

6.59

3.09

non-food total

58.71

47.18

48.55

54.59

54.7

54.11

49.62

56.66

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100
Contd.

total consumer expenditure

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Statement 2.5U(contd.): Percentage distribution of monthly expenditure (Rs) per person on groups over items of
consumption for rural areas by selected States/UTs
Urban
item/state

Kerala

(1)

(10)

Madhya
Pradesh
(11)

Maharashtra

Manipur

Meghalaya

Mizoram

Orissa

Punjab

Rajasthan

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

(16)

(17)

(18)

cereal

9.11

11.01

9.63

28.75

12.91

14.23

16.02

7.52

10.63

gram

0.22

0.04

0.08

cereal substitutes

0.17

0.11

0.19

0.05

0.01

0.04

0.27

0.03

0.06

0.06

0.01

pulses & their products

1.76

2.94

2.54

2.11

1.13

1.58

2.64

2.12

1.94

milk & milk products

5.52

edible oil

1.46

9.60

7.08

1.79

3.22

3.60

5.26

13.75

14.66

2.91

3.14

2.22

2.18

1.88

2.57

2.62

meat, fish and eggs

3.03

6.53

1.47

2.54

6.53

8.75

9.33

4.32

0.90

1.04

vegetables

3.06

4.45

4.54

4.34

4.54

8.51

6.00

4.09

4.64

fruits (fresh)

3.03

1.16

2.00

1.30

1.13

1.03

1.44

1.70

1.67

fruits (dry)

0.17

0.48

0.90

0.03

0.04

0.04

0.14

0.31

0.37

sugar

1.15

2.17

1.56

0.88

1.16

1.34

1.38

2.58

2.25

salt

0.10

0.17

0.13

0.32

0.14

0.21

0.21

0.14

0.16

spices

1.62

1.53

1.30

1.43

0.66

0.80

1.36

1.43

1.69

beverages, etc.

9.33

4.85

6.62

3.19

9.37

3.48

6.84

5.59

4.65

43. 22
0.16

42.90
0.65

42.27
0.37

52.93
1.38

45.30
2.68

46.11
2.05

48.23
1.12

43.02
0.06

46.75
0.13

tobacco

0.75

0.97

0.62

1.06

2.18

2.13

0.52

0.65

1.16

intoxicants

0.86

0.49

0.56

0.39

0.98

0.33

0.48

0.91

0.51

pan, tobacco & intoxicants


fuel and light

1.77
6.34

2.12
8.36

1.55
8.28

2.82
10.39

5.84
6.40

4.51
8.07

2.12
8.47

1.63
11.03

1.79
9.70

clothing

6.09

6.24

5.98

4.69

6.85

7.64

6.72

6.82

6.71

footwear

0.89

1.20

1.10

1.86

2.06

3.44

0.86

1.67

1.55

education

5.52

5.67

5.59

6.10

8.45

4.59

5.17

6.34

4.51

medical (institutional)

2.22

1.96

2.71

1.23

0.56

0.96

1.13

2.17

1.56

medical (non-institutional)

4.10

5.37

4.05

1.62

1.27

1.72

4.29

5.12

4.22

entertainment

1.28

0.99

1.34

1.16

0.91

1.11

0.78

0.78

0.76

goods personal care & effects

0.32

0.31

0.18

0.79

0.59

0.50

0.21

0.15

0.18

toilet articles

2.09

2.79

2.76

2.44

2.38

2.43

2.69

2.83

2.64

sundry articles

1.59

2.32

2.18

1.72

1.73

1.70

1.74

2.20

2.43

misc. consumer goods

5.29

6.41

6.46

6.10

5.61

5.74

5.42

5.96

6.01

consumer services

5.81

4.10

6.25

1.97

4.49

6.67

3.45

4.40

4.51

conveyance

6.22

6.57

5.85

5.41

4.34

2.70

5.14

5.45

5.51

12.04

10.67

12.10

7.38

8.82

9.37

8.59

9.85

10.03

rent

3.24

3.29

4.08

1.25

7.04

3.37

5.83

2.09

2.51

taxes and cesses


misc. consumer goods &
services

0.55

0.73

1.86

0.51

0.05

0.59

0.20

0.53

0.71
19.27

food total
pan

misc. consumer services

21.12

21.09

24.50

15.24

21.53

19.07

20.05

18.43

durable goods

8.72

5.07

3.97

3.11

1.74

3.89

2.96

3.78

3.93

non-food total

56.78

57.10

57.73

47.07

54.70

53.89

51.77

56.98

53.25

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00
Contd.

total consumer expenditure

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Statement 2.5U(contd.): Percentage distribution of monthly expenditure (Rs) per person over groups of items of
consumption for rural areas by selected States/UTs
Urban
tem/state

Tamil
Nadu

Tripura

Uttar
Pradesh

West
Bengal

Delhi

Jharkhand

Chattisgarh

(1)

(19)

(20)

(21)

(22)

(23)

(24)

(25)

NorthEastern
States
(26)

Group of
UTs

all-India

(27)

(28)

cereal

10.95

16.83

10.90

14.39

6.17

18.38

15.73

17.45

9.58

11.01

gram

0.15

0.09

0.02

0.17

0.29

0.06

0.02

0.26

0.10

0.01

0.01

0.02

0.02

0.03

0.01

0.05

pulses & their products

2.86

1.96

2.84

1.94

1.55

2.60

2.92

1.74

2.42

2.42

milk & milk products

5.86

4.83

10.36

4.52

10.02

7.53

5.98

3.90

9.10

8.30

edible oil

2.09

2.72

2.60

2.90

1.95

3.20

3.13

2.22

2.65

2.72

meat, fish and eggs

3.61

11.41

1.72

6.99

2.07

3.30

2.61

9.12

4.98

3.03

vegetables

3.90

6.56

5.02

5.95

4.10

6.78

5.92

6.09

4.55

4.56

fruits (fresh)

1.72

2.26

1.58

1.49

1.47

1.12

1.44

1.44

2.00

1.68

fruits (dry)

0.18

0.18

0.49

0.11

0.30

0.29

0.33

0.09

0.29

0.42

sugar

1.05

1.05

2.05

1.19

1.04

1.66

1.81

1.11

1.39

1.54

salt

0.13

0.25

0.14

0.18

0.11

0.22

0.17

0.22

0.16

0.14

spices

2.11

1.33

1.58

1.52

1.18

1.46

1.37

1.05

1.66

1.51

beverages, etc.

8.25

3.48

5.46

6.15

6.37

5.90

4.74

4.78

7.38

6.31

42.87

52.88

44.83

47.34

36.49

52.75

46.25

49.26

46.42

43.80

pan

0.17

0.76

0.57

0.37

0.29

0.39

0.66

1.52

0.33

0.34

tobacco

0.98

1.68

1.07

1.65

0.87

0.64

0.71

1.57

1.16

0.95

intoxicants

0.55

0.01

0.43

0.49

0.84

0.64

1.01

0.52

1.16

0.57

pan, tobacco & intoxicants

1.69

2.46

2.07

2.50

1.99

1.66

2.38

3.61

2.65

1.87

fuel and light

7.08

7.27

8.53

8.85

7.42

7.54

8.15

7.99

6.15

8.39

clothing

5.29

6.19

6.56

7.09

6.23

6.53

6.31

6.49

6.11

6.36

footwear

0.73

0.85

1.21

1.02

1.24

1.18

1.12

2.00

1.37

1.15

education

4.76

4.90

6.50

6.40

5.48

5.74

4.37

6.13

6.04

5.66

medical (institutional)

1.79

2.62

1.29

1.03

0.59

0.77

1.07

1.53

0.83

1.66

medical (non-institutional)

4.80

4.66

5.29

5.08

1.91

3.43

4.42

2.38

3.56

4.12

entertainment

1.66

0.18

0.64

0.84

1.65

0.88

1.08

0.86

1.28

1.21

goods personal care & effects

0.08

0.32

0.25

0.31

0.51

0.30

0.20

0.64

0.08

0.23

toilet articles

2.65

2.22

2.49

2.70

2.24

2.65

3.05

2.40

2.60

2.61

sundry articles

2.51

1.41

2.11

1.74

1.88

2.05

2.12

1.57

2.29

2.07

misc. consumer goods

6.90

4.13

5.49

5.60

6.28

5.87

6.45

5.47

6.24

6.12

consumer services

4.58

3.20

4.66

4.51

6.31

3.15

4.21

3.98

4.99

4.97

conveyance

6.56

3.82

6.64

4.28

13.76

5.20

4.58

3.91

6.36

6.34

cereal substitutes

food total

misc. consumer services

11.14

7.02

11.30

8.80

20.07

8.35

8.79

7.89

11.36

11.31

rent

8.47

2.69

2.88

3.85

9.01

3.03

3.53

3.58

5.78

5.00

taxes and cesses


misc. consumer goods &
services

0.63

0.05

0.61

0.13

0.50

0.07

0.34

0.24

0.49

0.80

27.14

13.90

20.29

18.38

35.87

17.32

19.10

17.18

23.87

23.23

3.84

4.27

3.42

2.31

2.78

3.07

6.83

3.44

3.01

3.76

durable goods
non -food total
total consumer expenditure

57.13

47.12

55.17

52.66

63.51

47.25

53.75

50.74

53.58

56.20

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

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Statement 2.6R : Average Quantity of consumption of different cereals in kg per person per 30 days
for selected States/UTs and all-India

state/ group of UTs

(1)
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Jharkhand
Chhatisgarh
North-Eastern States
Group of UTs
all-Indi a

rice
(2)
10.86
11.77
12.76
7.51
2.30
0.81
4.38
8.80
5.75
8.86
1.91
2.76
14.29
0.97
0.19
9.82
13.68
4.11
12.71
10.65
12.37
13.16
7.86
6.70

wheat

jowar

(3)
0.20
0.77
0.67
6.69
4.13
10.12
6.45
4.28
0.95
1.11
8.24
3.40
0.56
9.26
10.54
0.21
0.26
8.40
0.89
3.08
0.78
0.30
2.14
4.59

(4)
0.29
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.46
0.00
0.00
0.00
2.49
0.00
0.31
3.08
0.00
0.00
0.09
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.02
0.00
0.18
0.39

bajra
(5)
0.03
0.00
0.00
0.00
3.00
0.16
0.02
0.00
0.04
0.00
0.05
1.26
0.00
0.00
1.42
0.02
0.00
0.11
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.33

maize
(6)
0.01
0.73
0.00
0.47
0.74
0.10
2.39
0.73
0.10
0.00
0.77
0.03
0.02
0.18
1.07
0.00
0.00
0.14
0.00
0.09
0.09
0.15
0.02
0.24

other
cereals
(7)
0.25
0.74
0.00
0.00
0.01
0.00
0.04
0.01
2.01
0.00
0.03
0.29
0.29
0.00
0.04
0.62
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.07
0.14
0.22
0.55
0.17

Rural
total
cereals
(8)
11.65
14.00
13.44
14.67
10.64
11.19
13.29
13.81
11.35
9.97
11.32
10.81
15.17
10.41
13.34
10.68
13.94
12.76
13.60
13.89
13.40
13.70
10.58
12.43

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Statement 2.6U : Average Quantity of consumption of different cereals in kg per person per 30 days
for selected States/UTs and all-India

state/ group of UTs

rice

wheat

jowar

bajra

maize

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Mizoram
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Delhi
Jharkhand
Chhatisgarh
North-Eastern States
Group of Uts
all-India

9.64
10.53
6.27
1.94
1.03
3.85
8.28
5.59
7.48
1.99
3.37
17.56
11.85
9.95
1.11
0.55
8.55
12.42
2.65
8.53
1.79
6.98
8.46
13.02
5.41
5.04

0.84
1.44
6.48
5.27
7.99
7.27
4.38
1.64
1.26
7.79
4.61
0.40
1.39
2.44
7.95
9.73
0.71
0.77
7.69
2.87
6.32
5.54
2.57
0.89
4.06
4.57

0.13
0.00
0.00
0.18
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.50
0.00
0.15
0.96
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.01
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.03
0.26

0.01
0.00
0.01
0.72
0.03
0.00
0.00
0.09
0.00
0.01
0.26
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.34
0.04
0.00
0.01
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.01
0.11

0.00
0.00
0.24
0.07
0.01
0.47
0.00
0.01
0.00
0.09
0.00
0.00
0.02
0.01
0.06
0.19
0.00
0.00
0.08
0.00
0.00
0.05
0.00
0.02
0.04
0.04

other
cereals
(7)
0.05
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.01
0.00
0.76
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.09
0.00
0.00
0.11
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.01
0.01
0.06
0.14
0.06

Urban
total
cereals
(8)
10.66
11.97
13.00
8.18
9.07
11.60
12.66
9.59
8.74
10.04
9.20
17.96
13.27
12.49
9.13
10.82
9.39
13.19
10.44
11.40
8.12
12.58
11.03
13.93
9.55
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Statement 2.7R : Average Value of consumption of different cereals in Rs per person for 30 days for
selected states and all-India

state/ group of UTs

(1)
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Jharkhand
Chhatisgarh
North-Eastern States
Group of UTs
all-India

rice
(2)
98.49
134.48
136.87
67.38
25.79
8.92
49.19
93.95
61.19
104.93
16.55
28.87
123.47
11.10
2.53
85.20
153.92
31.94
120.53
95.97
117.22
153.48
88.53
62.55

wheat
(3)
2.41
6.81
5.03
43.90
32.11
58.71
51.99
37.48
9.08
14.43
51.13
26.24
5.61
59.54
69.15
2.92
3.27
48.37
7.62
25.69
6.22
3.40
20.01
30.06

jowar
(4)
1.58
0.00
0.00
0.00
3.89
0.02
0.01
0.00
14.89
0.00
1.59
17.33
0.00
0.00
0.55
0.02
0.00
0.01
0.00
0.00
0.11
0.00
1.62
2.27

bajra
(5)
0.18
0.00
0.00
0.01
19.97
1.24
0.17
0.01
0.20
0.00
0.26
7.64
0.01
0.01
7.69
0.12
0.00
0.40
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.98

maize
(6)
0.04
4.56
0.01
2.16
4.80
0.71
15.15
4.30
0.47
0.00
4.10
0.12
0.10
1.29
5.93
0.04
0.00
0.53
0.00
0.45
0.40
1.03
0.19
1.30

other
cereals
(7)
1.42
9.24
0.01
0.01
0.09
0.00
0.31
0.05
9.98
0.04
0.19
1.97
1.49
0.02
0.25
3.55
0.00
0.00
0.01
0.42
0.86
1.14
2.33
0.95

Rural
total
cereals
(8)
104.12
155.09
141.92
113.46
86.66
69.59
116.82
135.79
95.81
119.40
73.82
82.16
130.69
71.95
86.11
91.85
157.19
81.25
128.15
122.53
124.82
159.04
112.68
99.12

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Statement 2.7U : Average Value of consumption of different cereals in Rs per person for 30 days for
selected states and all-India

state/ group of UTs

(1)
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Delhi
Jharkhand
Chhatisgarh
North-Eastern States
Group of UTs
all-India

rice
(2)
106.65
129.21
60.03
27.29
13.61
52.04
100.93
73.43
92.18
23.04
44.32
206.38
122.7
150.05
96.76
14.16
8.53
94.72
156.86
26.61
100.95
23.56
76.47
90.99
160.94
62.98
58.48

wheat
(3)
10.66
16.37
47.03
48.64
54.56
66.22
48.22
18.49
17.47
55.49
46.04
3.36
14.56
16.54
26.48
58.47
72.84
10.29
9.53
53.3
28.81
57.1
50.12
25.35
11.29
37.28
38.93

jowar
(4)
0.96
0
0
1.51
0
0
0.04
9.68
0
1.01
7.29
0
0
0
0
0
0.02
0.02
0
0.02
0
0
0
0
0.00
0.25
1.9

bajra
(5)
0.03
0
0.03
5.09
0.27
0.01
0
0.43
0
0.04
1.8
0
0
0
0
0.01
1.85
0.21
0
0.05
0
0.01
0
0
0.00
0.07
0.7

maize
(6)
0
0.02
1.1
0.5
0.07
3.14
0.04
0.03
0
0.5
0.01
0
0.22
0.22
0.04
0.59
1.09
0
0
0.38
0.01
0.06
0.33
0.03
0.15
0.37
0.23

other
cereals
(7)
0.34
0.03
0
0.02
0.06
0.07
0.01
4.92
0.02
0.02
0.11
0.01
0.21
0
0.49
0.01
0.01
0.93
0
0.06
0.01
0
0.02
0.03
0.06
0.06
0.43

Urban
total
cereals
(8)
118.65
145.63
108.2
83.05
68.58
121.48
149.24
106.98
109.68
80.09
99.57
209.75
137.69
166.82
123.76
73.23
84.34
106.18
166.38
80.42
129.78
80.73
126.94
116.4
172.44
101.02
100.67

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Statement 2.8R : Average Value of consumption of broad groups of items in Rs per


person for 30 days by NSS rounds
Rural
item
(1)
cereals
gram
cereal subst.
pulses & prod.
milk & prod.
edible oil
meat,egg,fish
vegetables
fruits & nuts
sugar
salt & spices
beverages etc.
food total
pan,tobacco & intoxicants
fuel & light
clothing
footwear
mis c. goods & services*
durable goods
non-food total
total expenditure(Rs)

43rd round
(2)
41.33
0.38
0.21
6.27
13.63
7.88
5.11
8.23
2.57
4.51
4.52
6.18
100.82
5.03
11.77
10.52
1.55
22.78
5.64
57.28
158.10

50th round
(3)
68.10
0.50
0.30
10.70
26.70
12.50
9.40
17.00
4.90
8.60
7.40
11.70
177.80
8.90
20.70
15.10
2.50
48.70
7.70
103.60
281.40

55th round
(4)
107.75
0.64
0.36
18.50
42.56
18.16
16.14
29.98
8.36
11.57
14.41
20.38
288.80
13.96
36.56
33.28
5.37
95.43
12.76
197.36
486.16

56th round
(5)
99.12
0.59
0.37
16.96
42.97
16.92
17.78
29.29
9.01
11.69
11.80
22.07
278.57
14.93
41.39
35.94
5.20
58.20
15.38
216.34
494.90

MPCE index
100
178
308
313
(43rd round = 100)
Consumer Price index**
(43rd round = 100)
100
176
271
267
* includes rents and taxes
** For rural areas, CPI for agricultural labourers with base 1986 - 87 = 100 and for urban areas, CPI for
urban non-manual employees with base 1984-85 = 100 have been used.
43rd round - July 1987 to June 1988
55th round - July 1999 to June 2000
50th round - July 1993 to June 1994
56th round - July 2000 to June 2001

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Statement 2.8U : Average Value of consumption of broad groups of items in Rs per person for 30 days
by NSS rounds

Urban
item
(1)
cereals
gram
cereal subst.
pulses & prod.
milk & prod.
edible oil
meat,egg,fish
vegetables
fruits & nuts
sugar
salt & spices
beverages etc.
food total
pan,tobacco & intoxicants
fuel & light
clothing
footwear
misc. goods & services*
durable goods
non-food total
total expenditure(Rs)

rd

th

th

th

43 round
(2)
36.97
0.41
0.17
8.44
23.84
13.23
8.85
13.12
6.27
5.86
5.78
16.82
139.73
6.53
16.72
15.00
2.69
58.64
10.60
110.18
249.92

50 round
(3)
64.30
0.80
0.30
13.90
44.90
20.10
15.50
25.00
12.20
10.90
9.40
33.00
250.30
10.70
30.20
21.40
4.20
126.00
15.20
207.70
458.00

55 round
(4)
105.57
0.95
0.35
24.25
74.17
26.81
26.78
43.90
20.68
14.00
19.11
54.28
410.84
16.22
66.26
51.76
10.05
232.62
30.85
444.08
854.92

56 round
(5)
100.67
0.92
0.45
22.13
75.90
24.90
27.71
41.75
19.18
14.11
15.16
57.67
400.57
17.07
76.77
58.16
10.50
212.48
34.41
514.01
914.57

100

183

342

366

100

173

279

294

MPCE index
(43rd round = 100)
Consumer Price index**
(43rd round = 100)
* includes rents and taxes
** See footnote to Statement 2.8R

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Statement 2. 9R: Percentage distribution of MPCE by 18 groups of consumption items over NSS
rounds
Rural
item
43rd round
50th round
55th round
56th round
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)

cereals
gram

26.1
0.2

24.2
0.2

22.2
0.1

20.0
0.1

cereal substitutes
pulses & products

0.1
4.0

0.1
3.8

0.1
3.8

0.1
3.4

milk & products


edible oil

8.6
5.0

9.5
4.4

8.8
3.7

8.7
3.4

meat, egg & fish


vegetables
fruits & nuts

3.2
5.2
1.6

3.3
6.0
1.7

3.3
6.2
1.7

3.6
5.9
1.8

sugar
salt & spices
beverages etc.

2.9
2.9
3.9

3.1
2.6
4.2

2.4
3.0
4.2

2.4
2.3
4.5

63.8
3.2

63.2
3.2

59.4
2.9

56.3
3.0

7.4

7.4

7.5

8.4

6.7
1.0
14.4
3.6

5.4
0.9
17.3
2.7

6.8
1.1
19.6
2.6

7.3
1.1
11.8
3.1

36.2
100.0

36.8
100.0

40.6
100.0

43.7
100.0

food total
pan, tobacco & intoxicants
fuel & light
clothing
footwear
misc. goods & services*
durable goods
non-food total
total expenditure(Rs)

* includes rents and taxes


55th round - July 1999 to June 2000
56th round - July 2000 to June 2001

43rd round - July 1987 to June 1988


50th round - July 1993 to June 1994

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Statement 2. 9U: Percentage distribution of MPCE by 18 groups of consumption items over NSS
rounds

item
(1)
cereals
gram
cereal substitutes

rd

43 round
(2)
14.8
0.2
0.1

th

50 round
(3)
14.0
0.2
0.1

th

55 round
(4)
12.3
0.1
0.0

Urban
56 round
(5)
th

11.0
0.1
0.0

pulses & products


milk & products
edible oil

3.4
9.5
5.3

3.0
9.8
4.4

2.8
8.7
3.1

meat, egg & fish


vegetables
fruits & nuts

3.5
5.2
2.5

3.4
5.5
2.7

3.1
5.1
2.4

3.0

sugar
salt & spices

2.3
2.3

2.4
2.1

1.6
2.2

1.5

beverages etc.

6.7

7.2

6.3

6.3

food total
pan, tobacco & intoxicants
fuel & light
clothing

55.9
2.6
6.7
6.0

54.7
2.3
6.6
4.7

48.1
1.9
7.8
6.1

footwear
misc. goods & services*
durable goods

1.1
23.5
4.2

0.9
27.5
3.3

1.2
27.2
3.6

44.1
100.0

45.3
100.0

51.9
100.0

non-food total
total expenditure(Rs)

2.4
8.3
2.7

4.6
2.1

1.7

43.8
1.9
8.4
6.4
1.1
23.2
3.8
56.2
100.0

* includes rents and taxes


55th round - July 1999 to June 2000
56th round - July 2000 to June 2001

43rd round - July 1987 to June 1988


50th round - July 1993 to June 1994

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Statement 2.10 : Average number of persons per household; average MPCE; 20th, 50th and 80th
percentiles of MPCE with respect to population; and average monthly per capita
quantity of cereals consumed in rural and urban areas over different NSS rounds
characteristic
(1)
1. average hh size
2. average MPCE at current prices
-do- at constant (1987 - 88)
prices
CPI*
3. percentile value of MPCE (Rs)
(i) 20th
(ii) 50th
(iii) 80th
4. monthly per capita quantity of
consumption of cereals (kg)

43rd
(2)
5.1
158
158

rural
50th
55th
(3)
(4)
4.9
5.0
281
486
159
179

56th
(5)
5.1
495
184

43rd
(6)
4.5
246
246

urban
50th
55th
(7)
(8)
4.5
4.5
458
855
265
307

56th
(9)
4.5
915
311

114

201

309

304

128

221

357

376

91
131
202
14.4

167
237
352
13.4

299
419
615
12.7

303
429
634
12.4

123
190
322
11.2

233
359
603
10.6

426
667
1124
10.4

443
705
1231
10.0

* For rural areas, CPI for agricultural labourers with base 1986 - 87 = 100 and for urban areas, CPI for urban nonmanual employees with base 1984-85 = 100 have been used.

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Statement 2.11R : Per 1000 distribution of households by food availability status


by selected States/UTs and all-India

state/ group of UTs

(1)
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Jharkhand
Chhatisgarh
North-Eastern States
Group of UTs
all-India (56 th round)
all-India (55 th round)

Rural
no. per 1000 of households getting enough food everyday
no
only some
throughout
month
months of the
all
the year
of the
year
year
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
986
883
947
990
997
996
999
1000
1000
983
992
980
897
998
999
997
944
988
899
945
968
963
996
975
962

13
103
12
7
3
0
0
0
0
10
7
20
88
2
1
3
0
12
75
32
25
15
4
19
26

0
14
41
3
1
4
1
0
0
7
1
0
15
0
0
1
56
1
26
23
7
22
0
6
12

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

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Statement 2.11U : Per 1000 distribution of households by food availability status


by selected States/UTs and all-India

state/ group of UTs


(1)
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Delhi
Jharkhand
Chhatisgarh
North-Eastern States
Group of UTs
all-India (56 th round)
all-India (55 th round)

Urban
no. per 1000 of households getting enough food everyday
only some
throughout
months of the
no
all
the year
year
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
998
983
988
999
994
999
1000
999
977
998
997
968
1000
1000
971
1000
999
997
958
994
979
1000
980
997
981
977
993
987

0
6
7
1
5
0
0
1
22
1
2
32
0
0
17
0
1
3
0
6
16
0
8
3
8
0
4
6

2
12
5
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
42
1
5
0
12
0
11
23
2
7

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

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Statement 2.12R : Per 1000 distribution of persons by level of education for the age group 7 years & above
Male

Rural

state/ group of UTs

not
literate

(1)

(2)

Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Jharkhand
North-Eastern States
Group of UTs
all-India

331
213
213
429
245
260
130
271
334
40
312
234
310
301
260
171
240
132
307
259
287
145
169
284

literate
without
formal
schooling
(3)

16
13
20
10
7
11
14
2
5
5
9
7
15
13
10
36
4
26
16
27
22
16
25
13

lit. but
below
primary

primary

middle

secondary

higher
secondary

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

196
182
194
91
139
186
261
148
135
211
272
209
165
179
198
210
227
220
132
226
118
203
193
178

147
203
235
154
177
130
164
215
215
387
139
229
191
143
150
192
195
205
183
170
220
224
237
183

206
173
206
171
273
156
161
146
124
113
174
135
214
146
229
284
171
272
164
204
188
213
147
181

65
133
81
79
92
174
179
151
114
143
42
105
52
140
75
53
67
79
97
65
86
110
130
86

24
65
27
28
57
28
64
44
47
50
37
52
21
55
53
32
39
49
57
23
39
62
32
41

diploma/
certificate
course
(9)

1
1
1
3
5
4
5
5
10
12
1
6
5
5
10
3
16
5
7
1
6
4
35
5

graduate
&
above

all

(10)

(11)

15
16
22
35
4
51
23
19
17
40
14
24
25
18
15
19
40
12
38
26
35
24
31
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1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

Statement 2.12R : Per 1000 distribution of persons by level of education for the age group 7 years & above
Female

Rural

state/ group of UTs

not
literate

(1)

(2)

Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Jharkhand
North-Eastern States
Group of UTs
all-India

597
405
377
680
450
569
336
554
515
103
538
447
584
451
688
343
433
269
624
419
636
269
320
526

literate
without
formal
schooling
(3)

9
16
26
5
10
0
19
0
1
2
6
4
11
15
8
6
2
22
10
28
23
21
16
10

lit. but
below
primary

primary

middle

secondary

higher
secondary

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

128
176
176
72
116
121
226
166
143
193
90
165
84
177
72
197
208
251
95
195
74
217
195
130

87
166
174
72
123
68
116
93
159
293
54
173
120
91
63
132
130
172
75
120
97
186
140
109

109
94
178
111
224
123
137
106
109
119
290
137
152
120
141
246
123
226
125
167
128
192
229
148

60
92
48
34
37
100
117
55
52
184
12
55
31
82
23
70
57
50
36
52
26
75
38
49

7
48
12
13
16
7
41
23
11
61
3
12
14
30
4
4
31
5
24
8
13
26
47
17

diploma/
certificate
course
(9)

0
1
1
5
2
4
0
2
1
9
3
1
1
10
0
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
5
2

graduate
&
above

all

(10)

(11)

4
2
8
8
23
8
6
0
9
36
3
7
3
23
2
0
15
5
11
11
2
13
11
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1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

Statement 2.12R : Per 1000 distribution of persons by level of education for the age group 7 years & above
Person

Rural

state/ group of UTs

not
literate

(1)

(2)

Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Jharkhand
North-Eastern States
Group of UTs
all-India

460
309
292
552
344
398
234
406
426
73
417
341
446
372
459
252
338
197
461
339
454
205
244
402

literate
without
formal
schooling
(3)

13
14
23
8
8
6
16
1
3
4
8
5
13
14
9
22
3
24
13
27
22
18
21
12

lit. but
below
primary

primary

middle

secondary

higher
secondary

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

163
179
186
82
128
157
243
157
139
202
187
187
124
178
139
204
217
235
114
210
97
209
194
155

118
185
205
114
151
102
140
157
186
338
100
201
156
118
110
164
162
190
130
145
161
206
189
147

159
134
193
142
249
141
149
127
116
116
228
136
184
134
188
266
147
250
145
185
159
202
188
165

62
113
65
57
65
141
148
105
83
164
28
80
42
113
51
61
62
66
67
59
57
93
85
68

16
57
19
20
37
19
52
34
29
56
21
32
18
43
30
19
35
28
41
16
26
44
39
29

diploma/
certificate
course
(9)

1
1
1
4
4
4
2
4
5
10
2
3
3
7
5
2
8
3
4
1
4
3
20
4

graduate
&
above

all

(10)

(11)

10
9
16
22
14
32
14
10
13
38
9
16
14
21
9
10
27
8
25
18
19
19
21
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1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

Statement 2.12U : Per 1000 distribution of persons by level of education for the age group 7 years & above
Male

Urban

state/ group of UTs

not
literate

(1)

(2)

Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Delhi
Jharkhand
Chhatisgarh
North-Eastern States
Group of UTs
all-India

157
102
199
86
132
57
98
132
35
115
74
65
39
2
121
144
144
39
90
68
228
98
99
120
74
55
138
122

literate
without
formal
schooling
(3)

10
16
13
6
6
14
1
5
1
8
6
2
0
3
16
22
11
23
4
6
13
38
17
13
9
5
5
12

lit. but
below
primary

primary

middle

secondary

higher
secondary

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

132
196
115
145
157
126
186
158
142
188
171
144
172
152
122
162
176
191
212
194
139
198
169
113
180
164
249
165

182
243
158
198
139
125
187
189
376
172
253
227
258
339
219
173
186
235
191
235
151
197
121
228
173
248
143
194

132
127
131
144
192
238
172
171
170
100
177
159
145
197
136
165
114
121
153
118
102
108
165
152
97
152
158
141

121
112
150
156
139
111
79
109
82
175
101
92
152
147
137
141
155
215
149
183
147
131
160
148
164
144
66
134

109
101
94
100
104
150
123
97
58
110
98
119
111
87
76
101
85
53
72
70
85
91
93
105
165
100
134
95

diploma/
certificate
course
(9)

23
8
16
15
26
13
14
40
23
12
14
22
9
9
15
17
6
31
27
16
12
9
14
15
12
18
15
17

graduate
&
above

all

(10)

(11)

134
96
125
150
105
166
140
99
112
121
106
171
115
64
159
74
122
94
103
110
123
129
164
106
126
114
93
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1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

Statement 2.12U : Per 1000 distribution of persons by level of education for the age group 7 years & above
Female

Urban

state/ group of UTs

not
literate

(1)

(2)

Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Delhi
Jharkhand
Chhatisgarh
North-Eastern States
Group of UTs
all-India

351
150
414
214
259
147
244
292
101
299
187
224
71
19
308
224
381
112
238
182
370
236
218
336
285
141
202
269

literate
without
formal
schooling
(3)

13
11
14
5
11
22
2
4
3
7
7
1
9
10
8
14
12
10
7
9
20
33
29
10
1
11
11
13

lit. but
below
primary

primary

middle

secondary

higher
secondary

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

121
170
81
158
175
142
93
145
138
167
170
94
226
184
119
159
140
211
208
145
101
172
121
125
179
154
243
150

145
320
140
176
128
132
193
172
277
138
241
222
220
355
198
138
139
208
192
261
118
168
121
163
109
255
159
171

101
93
105
138
114
200
146
134
161
70
128
137
135
196
101
128
68
159
103
99
79
90
127
112
99
147
78
108

124
118
149
139
148
109
129
109
101
163
110
87
110
147
109
135
147
184
112
174
136
174
145
136
166
126
205
133

75
68
47
64
57
111
106
66
92
72
64
122
112
55
66
110
44
39
69
52
74
49
100
51
62
83
34
68

diploma/
certificate
course
(9)

4
6
4
7
11
9
3
7
20
6
7
6
30
4
5
7
4
0
6
2
7
4
6
10
6
11
6
7

graduate
&
above

all

(10)

(11)

67
64
46
99
98
129
85
70
107
77
86
107
88
29
86
85
65
78
65
77
95
75
132
56
94
73
63
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1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

State ment 2.12U : Per 1000 distribution of persons by level of education for the age group 7 years & above
Person

Urban

state/ group of UTs

not
literate

(1)

(2)

Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Delhi
Jharkhand
Chhatisgarh
North-Eastern States
Group of UTs
all-India

252
124
297
150
190
99
169
211
68
202
127
141
56
11
209
182
258
74
163
125
293
163
152
221
177
98
173
192

literate
without
formal
schooling
(3)

11
14
13
6
8
17
1
5
2
8
6
1
5
7
12
19
11
17
5
8
16
35
22
12
5
8
8
12

lit. but
below
primary

primary

middle

secondary

higher
secondary

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

127
183
99
152
165
133
141
152
140
178
171
120
201
168
120
161
158
200
210
169
122
186
148
118
179
159
246
158

164
279
150
187
134
128
190
181
327
155
248
224
237
347
209
157
164
222
191
248
136
183
121
198
142
251
152
183

116
111
119
141
156
220
160
152
166
86
154
149
140
197
119
148
91
139
129
109
91
100
148
133
98
150
115
125

122
115
149
147
143
110
103
109
92
169
105
89
129
147
124
138
151
200
131
178
142
151
153
142
165
135
141
133

92
85
73
82
83
132
115
82
75
92
82
120
111
71
71
105
65
46
71
61
80
71
96
80
115
91
80
82

diploma/
certificate
course
(9)

14
7
11
11
19
11
9
24
21
9
11
14
20
6
10
13
5
16
17
9
10
7
10
13
9
14
10
12

graduate
&
above

all

(10)

(11)

101
81
89
125
102
149
113
85
110
100
96
140
100
47
124
79
95
86
84
93
110
103
150
83
111
93
77
103

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1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

Statement 2.13R : Per 1000 distribution oh households by occupancy status of


the dwelling unit for each state
Rural
type of dwelling
state/ group of UTs
no dwelling
owned
hired
others
total
unit
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Andhra Pradesh
846
101
0
53
1000
Arunachal Pradesh
770
17
4
210
1000
Assam
931
28
0
42
1000
Bihar
984
6
0
10
1000
Gujarat
958
26
0
16
1000
Haryana
975
18
0
7
1000
Himachal Pradesh
942
50
2
7
1000
Jammu & Kashmir
953
44
0
4
1000
Karnataka
904
56
0
40
1000
Kerala
909
43
0
48
1000
Madhya Pradesh
962
18
0
19
1000
Maharashtra
891
75
0
33
1000
Orissa
948
26
0
25
1000
Punjab
940
38
0
22
1000
Rajasthan
960
22
0
18
1000
Tamil Nadu
845
136
0
19
1000
Tripura
967
25
0
7
1000
Uttar Pradesh
976
8
0
16
1000
West Bengal
968
7
9
17
1000
Jharkhand
946
49
0
6
1000
Chhatisgarh
907
65
0
25
1000
North-Eastern States
942
29
0
29
1000
Group of UTs
619
331
0
50
1000
all-India
929
43
1
27
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Statement 2.13U : Per 1000 distribution oh households by occupancy status of


the dwelling unit for each state
Urban
type of dwelling
state/ group of UTs
no dwelling
owned
hired
others
total
unit
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Andhra Pradesh
488
472
0
40
1000
Assam
547
363
2
88
1000
Bihar
680
273
0
48
1000
Gujarat
745
201
0
54
1000
Haryana
762
187
2
50
1000
Himachal Pradesh
501
423
7
70
1000
Jammu & Kashmir
820
153
1
26
1000
Karnataka
523
409
0
68
1000
Kerala
748
199
0
53
1000
Madhya Pradesh
703
259
0
38
1000
Maharashtra
562
377
0
61
1000
Manipur
854
143
0
1
1000
Meghalaya
383
379
0
238
1000
Mizoram
719
262
2
12
1000
Orissa
538
388
2
72
1000
Punjab
672
288
0
40
1000
Rajasthan
769
183
19
29
1000
Tamil Nadu
489
467
0
44
1000
Tripura
750
222
5
19
1000
Uttar Pradesh
713
237
0
50
1000
West Bengal
646
289
1
65
1000
Delhi
541
432
4
24
1000
Jharkhand
540
303
11
145
1000
Chhatisgarh
548
344
14
94
1000
North-Eastern States
621
272
1
103
1000
Group of UTs
494
374
42
90
1000
all-India
607
337
2
53
1000

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Statement 2.14R: Per 1000 distribution of households by primary source of energy used for cooking
Rural
state/ group of UTs
(1)
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Jharkhand
Chhatisgarh
North-Eastern States
Group of UTs
all-India (56 th round)
all-India (55 th round)

coke,
coal
(2)
1
5
4
13
0
4
1
0
0
0
3
1
6
0
8
0
1
4
64
170
8
2
0
13
15

primary source of energy used for cooking


firewood
dung
no
LPG
kerosene others
and chips
cake
cooking
(3)
(4)
(6)
(8)
(10)
(11)
836
117
9
11
4
19
914
69
0
8
5
0
964
30
0
1
0
1
667
10
209
6
94
0
695
108
86
92
1
11
456
122
387
12
0
1
801
153
0
44
1
0
656
135
83
127
0
0
877
60
0
25
0
21
765
198
0
16
13
5
927
26
25
9
0
6
713
125
4
43
90
17
858
3
34
8
67
3
385
199
357
38
10
2
937
33
5
15
0
2
830
101
1
47
0
15
955
44
0
0
0
0
602
44
312
10
27
0
745
48
49
7
76
10
793
14
16
0
0
3
903
16
35
27
0
5
902
78
1
9
3
5
529
251
1
167
53
0
754
72
95
24
29
8
755
54
106
27
32
11

all
(12)
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

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Statement 2.14U: Per 1000 distribution of households by primary source of energy used for cooking
Urban
state/ group of UTs
(1)
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Delhi
Jharkhand
Chhatisgarh
North-Eastern States
Group of UTs
all-India (56 th round)
all-India (55 th round)

coke,
coal
(2)
8
3
126
5
0
0
0
0
0
25
9
0
0
0
57
1
2
7
4
21
210
0
421
53
1
3
38
41

Primary source of energy for used cooking


firewood
dung
no
LPG
kerosene others
and chips
cake
cooking
(3)
(4)
(6)
(8)
(10)
(11)
261
495
0
183
1
43
362
479
2
133
1
19
250
274
95
144
55
50
138
613
3
178
20
39
158
666
58
100
0
16
101
730
0
124
17
23
103
707
19
142
0
22
306
430
0
183
0
75
356
503
0
42
10
78
345
443
13
140
2
17
93
536
3
282
8
68
345
526
0
94
0
0
228
331
0
121
118
103
310
642
0
48
0
0
347
285
14
167
13
80
93
566
61
262
3
13
340
528
13
109
0
7
223
431
0
285
0
53
414
475
2
90
1
15
316
429
79
121
5
22
143
345
7
157
78
56
5
596
6
348
0
45
170
260
13
38
19
66
360
370
8
88
16
80
345
495
1
85
45
28
120
620
0
212
0
44
210
474
17
194
13
48
223
442
21
217
13
43

all
(12)
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

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Statement 2.15R : Per 1000 distribution of households by primary source of energy


used for lighting
Rural
primary source of energy used for lighting
no
state/ group of UTs
lighting
kerosene
electricity
others
all
arrangements
(1)
(2)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
Andhra Pradesh
220
776
0
4
1000
Assam
763
219
0
11
1000
Gujarat
164
825
0
10
1000
Haryana
117
853
0
17
1000
Himachal Pradesh
40
952
1
3
1000
Jammu & Kashmir
96
891
11
1
1000
Karnataka
240
755
0
5
1000
Kerala
216
743
0
6
1000
Madhya Pradesh
383
616
0
1
1000
Maharashtra
228
769
0
3
1000
Orissa
759
241
0
0
1000
Punjab
90
898
0
8
1000
Rajasthan
456
529
0
6
1000
Tamil Nadu
275
719
0
5
1000
Tripura
455
537
0
7
1000
Uttar Pradesh
705
276
2
6
1000
West Bengal
726
267
0
7
1000
North-Eastern States
367
598
18
16
1000
Groups of UTs
187
813
0
0
1000
all-India (56th round)
479
509
2
5
1000
th
all-India (55 round)
506
484
5
5
1000

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Statement 2.15U : Per 1000 distribution of households by primary source of energy


used for lighting
Urban
primary source of energy used for lighting
no
state/ group of UTs
lighting
kerosene
electricity
others
all
arrangements
(1)
(2)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
Andhra Pradesh
46
954
0
1
1000
Assam
224
775
0
0
1000
Bihar
363
634
1
1
1000
Gujarat
39
960
0
0
1000
Haryana
42
931
0
1
1000
Himachal Pradesh
36
961
0
0
1000
Jammu & Kashmir
5
994
0
2
1000
Karnataka
83
913
1
2
1000
Kerala
98
896
0
5
1000
Madhya Pradesh
50
947
0
2
1000
Maharashtra
30
969
0
1
1000
Manipur
106
890
0
2
1000
Meghalaya
61
923
0
16
1000
Mizoram
5
991
0
0
1000
Orissa
237
759
0
3
1000
Punjab
11
985
0
3
1000
Rajasthan
77
917
0
2
1000
Tamil Nadu
72
928
0
0
1000
Tripura
59
934
0
0
1000
Uttar Pradesh
198
797
1
1
1000
West Bengal
150
845
0
4
1000
Delhi
1
991
0
5
1000
Jharkhand
229
766
0
3
1000
Chhatisgarh
86
907
0
4
1000
North-Eastern States
63
930
4
3
1000
Groups of UTs
16
953
0
30
1000
all-India (56th round)
90
906
0
2
1000
th
all-India (55 round)
103
891
3
3
1000

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Statement 2.16R : Average covered area (sq. m.) of dwelling unit for households
occupying different types of dwellings in each state
state/ group of UTs

(1)
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamilnadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Jharkhand
Chhatisgarh
North-Eastern States
Groups of Uts
all-India

chawl/bustee
(2)
16.20
82.08
44.41
33.64
34.97
125.42
22.68
46.53
34.37
61.78
30.79
28.98
30.56
46.34
25.81
36.00
21.96
24.19
66.70
41.67
33.84
40.40
66.67
16.75
35.95

independent house
(3)
27.03
61.69
47.45
41.20
53.30
38.73
44.28
56.94
39.76
62.47
45.16
37.72
34.01
47.19
43.06
33.74
32.36
26.57
58.12
34.46
49.05
63.32
43.32
34.24
43.63

flat
(4)
21.69
24.16
28.74
29.52
24.14
40.77
39.00
20.05
30.37
46.23
23.16
32.51
161.02
18.94
60.24
22.05
35.16
46.00
38.10
32.58
36.25
0.00
56.23
32.76
28.34

Rural
all
(5)
25.64
68.83
47.18
40.59
49.77
39.61
42.58
54.10
38.75
62.22
44.15
35.17
33.61
45.79
42.88
32.72
31.95
26.53
58.17
35.41
47.75
60.94
52.27
30.86
42.46

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Statement 2.16U : Average covered area (sq. m.) of dwelling unit for households
occupying different types of dwellings in each state
state/ group of UTs

(1)
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamilnadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Jharkhand
Chhatisgarh
North-Eastern States
Group of UTs
all-India

chawl/bustee
(2)
23.74
31.32
28.94
27.04
37.09
17.81
28.53
31.72
50.27
28.55
18.69
34.66
61.94
94.69
25.87
30.57
25.28
22.33
44.69
22.41
114.10
31.16
28.79
165.26
15.51
32.63

independent house
(3)
31.94
42.74
42.32
47.03
46.03
40.13
83.01
44.79
72.95
71.45
38.26
74.99
40.39
52.11
37.26
41.90
47.68
42.38
32.37
49.56
47.93
53.65
45.46
48.71
45.78
46.15

flat
(4)
27.40
43.96
24.61
47.98
23.69
24.98
37.72
46.39
43.32
42.12
46.65
51.04
17.39
49.40
30.43
25.18
44.35
29.67
46.39
31.39
41.25
41.05
47.47
36.09
31.08
38.55

Urban
all
(5)
30.22
41.54
37.63
44.07
44.32
34.55
73.74
42.76
66.15
64.36
31.56
65.66
34.52
53.41
34.53
39.27
45.62
37.17
33.08
44.14
57.83
48.12
42.79
56.13
37.41
42.34

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Stateme nt 2.17R: Per 1000 distribution of households by social group for selected State/UTs
and all-India
Rural
all social
state/ group of UTs
ST
SC
OBC
others
groups
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)

Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Jharkhand
Chhatisgarh
North-Eastern States
Groups of UTs
all-India (56th round)
all-India (55th round)

96
746
144
13
180
14
41
0
136
9
221
150
226
4
158
17
176
8
60
311
362
513
173
101
105

174
4
87
225
112
240
229
168
178
90
276
145
211
415
188
258
210
241
333
201
159
81
177
216
204

523
12
207
569
243
301
110
132
307
502
349
237
325
120
405
693
159
497
69
379
367
107
264
381
375

207
233
561
193
464
446
620
700
379
398
154
468
239
461
249
32
455
253
538
109
112
299
387
303
316

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

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Statement 2.17U: Per 1000 distribution of households by social group for selected State/UTs
and all-India
Urban
all social
state/ group of UTs
ST
SC
OBC
others
groups
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)

Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Jharkhand
Chhatisgarh
North-Eastern States
Groups of Uts
all-India (56th round)
all-India (55th round)

40
34
8
35
28
14
4
69
12
58
30
121
33
44
8
35
6
18
163
171
424
39
37
34

118
176
123
119
152
189
86
118
81
129
107
151
267
136
133
269
160
221
91
126
87
191
143
144

444
127
536
159
198
80
75
233
407
352
164
264
146
342
684
191
360
50
343
385
109
352
296
304

398
663
333
687
622
717
835
580
500
458
699
464
555
477
174
501
474
710
403
316
378
418
524
518

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

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Statement 2.18R: Per 1000 distribution of households by household type


Rural
no. per 1000 of households by household type
state/ group of UTs

(1)
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Jharkhand
Chhatisgarh
North-Eastern States
Groups of UTs
all-India (56 th round)

all-India (55th round)

selfemployed
in nonagriculture
(2)

agricultural
labour

other
labour

selfemployed in
agriculture

others

all

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

130
64
143
167
87
212
140
180
139
162
70
107
138
156
125
111
211
151
270
171
48
134
83

349
43
174
373
323
178
34
27
389
194
288
356
413
269
65
381
175
155
294
214
368
117
199

114
18
151
16
89
89
172
156
58
251
118
112
85
88
96
148
273
45
41
109
67
109
339

248
436
398
321
369
390
477
433
326
207
449
339
276
282
592
190
182
524
232
345
394
411
226

158
431
135
122
132
131
177
203
87
185
74
85
89
206
122
170
160
125
145
155
123
227
153

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

144
138

274
311

89
74

356
377

135
100

1000
1000

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Statement 2.18U: Per 1000 distribution of households by household type


Urban

state/ group of UTs


(1)
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Delhi
Jharkhand
Chhatisgarh
North-Eastern States
Group of UTs

all-India (56th round)


all-India (55th round)

no. per 1000 of households by household type


regular
casual
self-employed
others
wage/salary
labour
earning
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
333
403
153
112
448
335
110
104
445
233
125
193
354
388
138
119
434
378
88
100
266
469
89
176
395
385
77
143
334
348
191
127
336
327
182
155
372
394
154
80
281
539
113
67
419
320
134
126
176
476
107
241
393
347
130
124
294
439
152
115
401
441
94
64
433
395
101
71
287
422
202
89
456
338
110
93
371
407
144
77
352
545
45
49
298
369
161
156
273
474
144
108
307
418
131
138
299
568
70
63
350
419
134
96
392
401
143
64

all
(6)
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

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Section Three
Employment and Unemployment
3.0 Introduction
3.0.1 As mentioned in Section One, collection of
data to generate an annual series of key indicators
of 'employment and unemployment' was resumed
from the 45th round survey operations. For this
purpose, the collection of data was integrated
with the annual survey on consumer expenditure
with appropriate provision being made in the
'demographic' block of the schedule on 'consumer
expenditure'.

3.1 Conceptual framework adopted


for the survey
3.1.1 The main objective being to generate annual
indicators of employment and unemployment, the

code

11
12
21
31
41
51
61
62
71
72

information collected is aimed at classifying the


population into
different activity categories on the basis of the
activities pursued by the household members
during specified reference periods adopting two
different approaches. The approaches are :
(i) usual status approach with a reference period
of 365 days preceding the date of the
interview.
(ii) current weekly status approach with a
reference period of 7 days preceding the
date of the interview.
3.1.2 The various activity categories along with
the corresponding codes used in the 56th round
were as follows:

description
working (or employed)
worked (self-employed) in household enterprises as own-account worker
worked (self-employed) in household enterprises as an employer
worked (self-employed) in household enterprises as helper
worked as regular salaried/wage employee
worked as casual wage labour in public works
worked as casual wage labour in other types of works
did not work owing to sickness though there was work in household enterprise
did not work owing to other reasons though there was work in household enterprise
did not work owing to sickness but had regular salaried/wage employment
did not work owing to other reasons but had regular salaried/wage employment

not working but seeking/available for work (or unemployed)


81
81
82

sought work or did not seek but was available for work (for usual status approach)
sought work (for current weekly status approach)
did not seek but was available for work (for current weekly status approach)
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code

description

neither working nor available for work


(or not in labour force)
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99

attended educational institutions


attended to domestic duties only
attended to domestic duties and was also engaged in free collection of goods (vege-tables,
roots, firewood, cattle feed, etc.), tailoring, weaving, etc., for household use
rentiers, pensioners, remittance recipients, etc.
not able to work owing to disability
beggars, prostitutes, etc.
others
did not work owing to sickness (for casual workers only)
children of age 0-4 years

Note: Codes 61,62,71,72, 82 and 98 were applicable only for current weekly status
approach.
3.1.3 Persons reported as engaged in any one
or more of the activities listed under the
category codes 11 to 72 (11 to 51 for usual
status) during the specified reference period
constituted the 'working' (or employed) group.
A person assigned activity category code 81
or 82 (81 for usual status) was considered
'seeking and/or available for work' (or
unemployed). The employed and unemployed
together constituted the 'labour force'. Any
person reported to be engaged in or as
belonging to one or more of the activities under
the categories 91 to 99 (91 to 97 and 99 for
usual status) was classified as 'not in labour
force'.

classification is applied for classification


according to usual status approach. The
procedure involves a classification into labour
force and out of labour force in the first
stage and thereafter the labour force into
employed and unemployed in the secondstage. Within the broad principal usual status
category identified for a person, detailed
principal status is assigned on the basis of the
relative duration of time spent on different
activities. A person categorised as a worker
or employed on the basis of his principal
status is referred to as principal status worker.
A 'non-worker' (on the basis of the principal
usual activity status) who pursued some
economic activity in a subsidiary capacity was
considered to be usually working in a
subsidiary capacity and is referred to as
'subsidiary status worker'. These two groups,
viz. 'principal status workers' and 'subsidiary
status workers', together constituted 'all
workers' according to the usual status
classification. These concepts are identical to
those adopted from the NSS 50th round
survey onwards for classification of population
according to the usual status.

3.1.4 Classification according to usual


status approach: In the usual status
approach, the status of activity on which a
person spent a relatively longer time of the
reference period of 365 days preceding the
date of interview is first considered for
deciding the principal usual activity status of
the person. The activities pursued by a person
are grouped into three broad categories: (i)
working or employed, (ii) seeking or available
for work, i.e., unemployed, and (iii) not in
labour force. A two-stage dichotomous

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3.1.5 Classification according to current


weekly status approach: For classification of
persons according to current weekly status,
they had to be initially assigned a unique
activity status with reference to a period of 7
days preceding the date of the interview. This
posed no problem in the case of persons
having only one status during the reference
week. But a unique status was assigned to
persons pursuing more than one activity during
the week by adopting a priority-cum-majortime rule. For assigning broad activity category
(status), the status of 'working' got priority
over the status of 'not working but
seeking/available for work' and the status of
'seeking/available for work' got priority over
the status of 'not working and not seeking/not
available for work'. But within the broad
category of 'working' or 'not working', the
detailed activity category was assigned by
major time criterion, i.e., the activity in which
a major part of time was spent was considered
the current weekly activity. More specifically,
a person was considered 'working' (or
employed) if he/she was engaged in any one or
more of the economic activities (11 to 72) for
at least one hour on any one day of the
reference week. Further, he/she was assigned
that economic activity category (11 to 72) in
which he/she spent major share of the working
time during the reference week. A person who
had not worked for even one hour on any one
day of the week, but had been seeking work
or had been available for work (although not
seeking) at any time during the week was
considered 'seeking/available for work' (or
unemployed). Others were considered 'not
available for work' (or not in the labour force).
Each member of the sample household was,
thus, assigned a unique current weekly activity
status for the week. Aggregates of persons
under different activity statuses thus assigned
provided the distribution of persons by activity
during an average week of the survey period.

3.2.1(a) Economic activity: Economic


activity is any activity that results in production
of goods and services that adds value to
national product. Such activities include production of all goods and services for market,
i.e., production for pay or profit and
production of primary commodities for own
consumption and own-account production of
fixed assets, among the non-market activities.
The entire spectrum of human activity falls into
two categories: economic and non-economic
activities. The economic activities have two
parts: market activities and non-market activities. Market activities are those that involve
remuneration to those who perform it, i.e.,
activity performed for pay or profit. These are
essentially production of goods including that
of Government services, etc.. Non-market activities are production for own consumption of
primary products including own account
processing of primary products and ownaccount production of fixed assets. The full
spectrum of economic activities as defined in
the UN System of National Accounts is not
covered in the definition adopted for the current survey or in the previous surveys. The
term economic activity as adopted in the
survey includes:
i) All the market activities described
above, i.e., the activities performed for
pay or profit which result in production
of goods and services for exchange.
ii) Among the non-market activities,
a) all the activities relating to the
agricultural sector (industry divisions
01 to 05 of NIC 1998) which result
in production (including gathering of
uncultivated crops, forestry, collection
of firewood, hunting, fishing, etc.) of
agricultural produce for own
consumption and
b) the activities relating to the
own-account production of fixed
assets. Own-account production of
fixed assets include construction of

3.2 Definitions

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own houses, roads, wells, etc., and of


machinery, tools, etc., for household
enterprise and also construction of
any private or community facilities
free of charge. A person may be
engaged in own-account construction
in the capacity of either a labourer or
a supervisor.

economically active population as a generic


term and use two other measures, viz., the
usually active population in relation to a long
reference period such as a year and the
currently active population measured in
relation to a short reference period such as a
week or a day. Generally, the term labour
force is used to denote the currently active
population. In this report the term labour
force is meant to imply the population
segment comprising the employed and the
unemployed. In conventional terms, the
employed, unemployed and those in the labour
force are defined as follows.
(b) Workers (or employed) : Persons who
are engaged in any economic activity or who,
despite their attachment to economic activity,
have abstained from work for reasons of
illness, injury or other physical disability, bad
weather, festivals, social or religious functions
or other contingencies necessitating temporary
absence constitute workers. Unpaid helpers
who assist in the operation of an economic
activity in the household farm or non-farm
activities are also regarded as workers.

3.2.2 In this context, it may be noted that up


to the 49th round of NSS the term used was
gainful activity. The above definition is very
close to the gainful activity concept except
for the inclusion of own-account production of
fixed assets. The contribution of this
component was found to be negligible from a
separate tabulation of this component in the
43rd round survey and as such the
comparability of the survey results will be
unaffected by this change.
3.2.3 According to the international standards,
the term economically active population
comprises persons of either sex who furnish
the supply of labour for production of goods
and services as defined in the United Nations
System of National Accounts and balances
during a specified time reference period.
According to this system, the production of
goods and services includes all production and
processing of primary products, whether for
market, for barter or for own consumption,
production of all other goods and services for
the market and, in the case of households
which produce such goods and services for the
market, corresponding production for own
consumption.1 The definition adopted in the
NSS follows the above approach very closely
except for the processing of primary
commodities for own consumption by the
producers of these items, which is not
covered by the NSS definition. Further, the
international standards use the term

(c) Seeking, or available for, work (or


unemployed): Persons who, owing to lack of
work, had not worked but either sought work
through
employment
exchanges,
intermediaries, friends or relatives or by
making applications to prospective employers,
or expressed their willingness or availability for
work under the prevailing conditions of work
and remuneration, are regarded as those
seeking or available for work or as
unemployed.
(d) In labour force and not in labour force:
Persons who are either working or seeking
or available for work (i.e. are unemployed)
during the reference period constitute the
labour force. Persons who are not working
and at the same time are neither seeking nor
available for work during the reference period
are considered to be out of labour force.
The persons under this category are students,

Surveys of economically active population,


employment, unemployment and underemployment:
An ILO manual on concepts and methods, I L O ,
Geneva, 1990.

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those engaged in domestic duties, rentiers,


pensioners, recipients of remittances, those
living on alms, or infirm or disabled, those who
are too young or too old, prostitutes,
smugglers, etc., and casual workers not
working due to sickness, etc.. However, a
domestic servant who is considered a member
of the employers household is treated as a
worker though he/she may be performing only
household chores.

household running the enterprise. Here it is


to be noted that a departure was made in
the case of identifying helpers from the
earlier surveys. Persons who worked in
the capacity of helpers but had a share in
their family earnings were not considered
to be helpers in the rounds prior to the
50th round of the NSS, but are considered
so in the present survey.
(f) Worked as regular salaried/wage
employee - usual and current status code
31: Persons working in others farm or
non-farm enterprises, both household and non-household, and getting in return salary or
wages on a regular basis (and not on the basis
of daily or periodic renewal of work contract)
are the regular salaried/wage employees. This
category not only includes persons getting time
wage but also those receiving piece wage or
salary and paid apprentices, both full-time and
part-time.

(e) Worked as self-employed in household


enterprises: Persons who operate their own
farm or non-farm enterprises or are engaged
independently in a profession or trade on
own-account or with one or a few partners are
self-employed in household enterprises. The
essential feature of self-employment is that the
remuneration is determined wholly or mainly
by sales or profits of the goods or services
which are being produced. The self-employed
persons are further categorised into three
groups:

(g) Worked as casual wage labour - usual


and current status codes 41 and 51: A
person casually engaged in others farm or
non-farm enterprises (both household and
non-household) and, in return, getting wage
according to the terms of the daily or periodic
work contract is a casual wage labour.
Depending on whether they are so employed
in public works sponsored by Govt. agencies
or local bodies or in other types of work, the
casual workers are classified into the two
groups, viz. casual labour in public works (41)
and casual labour in other types of work (51).

(i) Own-account workers - usual and


current status code 11: They are the
self-employed persons who operate their
enterprises on their own-account or with
one or a few partners and who, during the
reference period, by and large, run their
enterprise without hiring any labour. They
may, however, have unpaid helpers to
assist them in the activity of the enterprise.
(ii) Employers - usual and current
status code 12: These are self-employed
persons who work on their own-account
or with one or a few partners and, by and
large, run their enterprise by hiring labour.

(h) Had work in household enterprise but


did not work due to sickness/ other
reasons - current status code 61/62, and
had regular salaried/wage employment but
did not work due to sickness/other
reasons - current status code 71/72 :
Persons engaged in farm or non-farm
enterprises or working in others' farm or nonfarm enterprises but absenting from work
temporarily due to sickness/for enjoying leave
or holiday, or for other reasons, belong to

(iii) Helpers in household enterprises


- usual and current status code 21: The
helpers are mostly family members who
keep themselves engaged in their
household enterprises, working full or part
time and do not receive any regular salary
or wages in return for the work. They do
not run the enterprise on their own, but
assist the related person living in the same

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these two categories 61/62 and 71/72,


respectively, depending on whether they are
self-employed in household (farm or non-farm)
enterprises or employed in others' (farm or
non-farm) enterprises as regular wage/salaried
employees.

estimates are presented at the broad levels


only for the major states and groups of smaller
states and UTs. in Statements 3.8 to 3.11.
Detailed all-India tables are given in Appendix
A to the report.

(i) Attended domestic duties and was also


engaged in free collection of goods,
sewing, tailoring, weaving, etc., for
household use - usual and current status
code 93 : In rural areas in general and
particularly in tribal areas, domestic work
usually includes, among other things, a lot of
work in free collection of vegetables, roots,
firewood, etc., and in spinning and weaving of
cloth for household use. Persons found to be
regularly spending some of their time in
performing the above activities along with
household chores belong to this category.

3.3.2
While interpreting the comparative
estimates obtained from various rounds, it is to
be noted that the results pertaining to 1983,
1987-88, 1993-94 and 1999-2000 are based
on quinquennial surveys with a relatively large
number of sample households, while estimates
for other rounds are based on the annual
surveys conducted for smaller numbers of
households. Further, in the 47th, 49th and 54th
rounds, the survey period was of six months
only. The 47th round covered the period from
July to December, 1991, the 49th round, from
January to June, 1993 and the 54th round,
from January to June, 1998.

3.3 Summary of findings

3.4 The employed

3.3.1
As mentioned earlier, in NSS 56th
round, 5,433 villages and 8,912 blocks were
surveyed covering 21,649 and 35,624
households, respectively, in rural and urban
sectors of India. Two approaches, viz, usual
status approach and current weekly status
approach, were followed for collection of
information
on
employment
and
unemployment. The key indicators of
employment and unemployment obtained from
the 56th round survey based on these two
approaches are presented here. The
discussions are mostly confined to all-India
estimates only. In order to have a comparative
picture of the employment-unemployment
situation over the period from 1983 (38th
round) to July 2000 June 2001 (56th round),
corresponding results obtained from the earlier
surveys, wherever available, are placed side
by side. While comparing the estimates
obtained from the 56th round with those from
other rounds, it must kept in mind that as in the
other annual surveys, due to a smaller sample
size in the NSS 56th round, some key

3.4.1 The estimates of number of persons


employed per 1000 persons or Worker
Population Ratios (WPRs), also called the
Work Force Participation Rates (WFPRs),
have been obtained according to the usual
status and current weekly status approaches.
The employed - in terms of usual status, are
classified into 'principal status workers' (ps)
and 'all workers' (ps+ss - principal and
subsidiary status workers taken together). The
usual status approach is
based on a
reference
period of last 365 days and
provides the long-term picture of employment
and unemployment. Therefore, the estimates
based on this approach do not reveal the
seasonal fluctuations in the activity pattern over
the quarters of a year. The current weekly
status approach, on the other hand, is based
on the last weeks activity situation and,
therefore, reflects the overall effects caused by
intermittent changes in the activity pattern
during the year. In the following discussions,
the term 'usually working' is used to mean both
the principal and subsidiary status working.

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Statement 3.1 : Number of persons employed per 1000 persons according to usual
status and current weekly status approaches for different rounds
all-India
round
(survey period)

(1)

male
usual status
ps
all
(2)

current
weekly
status
(4)

(3)

female
usual status
ps
all
(5)

(6)

current
weekly
status
(7)

rural
56(July00-June01)
55(July99-June00)
54(Jan-June98)
53 (Jan-Dec.97)
52(1995-96)
51(1994-95)

532
522
530
541
542
547

544
531
539
550
551
560

525
510
524
535
538
541

221
231
207
222
234
237

287
299
263
291
295
317

217
253
202
222
233
241

50(1993-94)
49(Jan-June'93)
48(Jan-Dec'92)
47(July-Dec'91)
46(1990-91)
45(1989-90)
43(1987-88)
38(1983)

538
532
541
538
542
537
517
528

553
545
556
546
553
548
539
547

531
527
536
534
535
528
504
511

234
243
250
244
242
252
245
248

328
311
313
294
292
319
323
340

267
232
244
238
230
230
220
227

urban
56(July00-June01)
55(July99-June00)
54(Jan-June98)
53 (Jan-Dec.97)
52(1995-96)
51(1994-95)

525
513
506
516
522
514

531
518
509
521
525
519

519
509
504
513
520
511

116
117
99
111
107
112

140
139
114
131
124
136

117
128
99
114
109
117

50(1993-94)
49(Jan-June'93)
48(Jan-Dec'92)
47(July-Dec'91)
46(1990-1991)
45(1989-90)
43(1987-88)
38(1983)

513
506
502
511
508
501
496
500

521
509
507
516
513
512
506
512

511
504
501
509
506
503
492
492

121
113
125
120
123
124
118
120

155
130
146
132
143
146
152
151

139
109
122
117
124
121
119
118

Note: For the 51st Round, the estimates are based on sample type 1.

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Figure 6: Age-specific usual status work force participation rate - All India
1000

rural male
800

urban male

WFPR

600

rural female

400

200

urban female

0
5-9

10-14

15-19

20-24

25-29

30-34

35-39

Age-group (years)

3.4.1.1 From the WPRs by sex given in


Statement 3.1 for rural and urban India, it is
seen that at the all-India level, the employment
scenario has remained generally stable over
the years 1983 to 2001 (July 2000 June
2001). According to the usual status (all), the
WPR, which, in 1983, was around 55 per
cent for rural males, rose to 56 per cent in
1994-95 and then gradually declined to 54
per cent in July 2000 June 2001. In the
case of urban males, the WPR remained at
around 52 per cent from 1994-95 to 1997,
then fell by about 1 percentage point in
January - June, 1998, after which it rose to
53 per cent in 2000-01. The corresponding
WPRs for females varied between 26 and 32
per cent in the rural sector and between 11
and 14 per cent in the urban sector during the
period 1994-95 to 2000-01.

40-44

45-49

50-54

55-59

60 &
above

rates, the difference being larger for rural


India than for urban.
3.4.2 Age-specific work participation
rates (ASWPRs): The WPRs for 'all
workers' as obtained from the present survey,
are given for certain broad age-groups in
Statement 3.2. The detailed tables in the
appendix provide ASWPRs for 5-yearly agegroups. These have been plotted in the
accompanying figure 6 separately for males
and females in the rural and urban sectors. It
is seen from the statement that during 200001, WPR for persons of age 15-59 years was
87 per cent for rural males and 79 per cent
for urban males. For females, the
corresponding percentages were 46 in rural
areas and 21 in urban areas. During the
period from 1998 to 2001, for the age-group
15-59 years, the WPR values tended to
increase for three categories, viz., rural males,
urban males and urban females. In urban
areas, the increase was larger for females than
for males.

3.4.1.2 The current weekly status proportions


show a similar pattern as the usual status
proportions. As expected, they are found to
be somewhat lower than the usual status

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Statement 3.2: Number of persons usually employed (ps + ss) per 1000 persons by broad
age-groups for different rounds
allIndia
agegroup
(years)
(1)

rural

urban

male

female

male

female

54th
(2)

55th
(3)

56th
(4)

54th
(5)

55th
(6)

56th
(7)

54th
(8)

55th
(9)

56th
(10)

54th
(11)

55th
(12)

56th
(13)

5-14

53

47

45

42

49

39

38

27

31

13

19

21

15-29

732

741

750

351

400

373

573

593

596

119

149

145

30-59

969

973

980

477

552

543

942

952

957

217

260

261

60 +

714

639

695

219

218

198

420

402

404

78

94

92

15-59

860

867

873

420

482

464

772

784

786

172

209

207

5+

607

602

617

296

340

323

559

572

582

126

153

153

Statement 3.3: Work force participation rates (WPRs), unemployment rates (URs) and labour force
participation rates (LFPRs) according to usual status (ps + ss) for persons of age
15 years and above separately for each household type
all-India
household
type
(1)

WPR
M
(2)

F
(3)

56th Round
UR
M
F
(4)

(5)

54th Round
UR
M
F

LFPR
M
F

WPR
M
F

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

LFPR
M

(11)

(12)

(13)

rural
self-emp. in agrl.

865

444

10

874

445

858

378

865

381

self-emp. in non-agrl.

853

349

14

865

351

857

275

22

14

872

279

agrl. labour

892

570

899

570

881

551

20

13

899

559

other labour

878

437

12

20

889

446

834

372

44

29

872

382

others

698

216

43

728

218

643

159

67

54

689

169

all

852

433

14

864

435

844

399

21

12

862

404

urban
self-emp.

810

197

21

25

827

201

808

158

22

31

826

163

reg. wage/ salaried

739

163

51

30

778

169

726

146

57

75

770

159

casual labour

874

364

25

895

367

833

277

65

54

891

294

others

201

66

282

258

280

89

234

57

230

164

304

67

all

753

195

38

30

784

201

740

164

49

57

778

174

Legends: M: Male ; F: Female


Note: The estimates for NSS 54th Rd. correspond to the period January June 1998 and that for the 56th Rd. to the
period July2000 June 2001. Hence, the estimates of the 56th Rd. are not strictly comparable with that of the
54 th Rd.

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terms of status of employment shows that


more than half of the employed in the rural
areas were in the 'self-employed' category. In
2000-01, the percentages of regular
employees among the employed in usual
principal status were about 10 for males and
4 for females in the rural sector. The
proportion of the self-employed has increased
among rural males and females between the
period from 1998 and 2000-01 while there
was a decrease in that of casual employment
during this period. During the same period, in
the urban sector, the proportion of the selfemployed has slightly decreased for males but
has increased appreciably for females. On the
other hand, the proportion of the regular wage
earners has increased for the males but
remained almost the same for females. The
proportion of casual labourers showed
decrease for both males and females; the
decrease for females being fairly large.

3.4.3 Worker population ratio by


household type: The type/nature of work
which fetched the maximum income from
economic activities of the household during
the reference period of 365 days preceding
the date of interview determines its household
type. The WPRs (according to ps + ss) for
persons belonging to various household types
have been obtained for persons of age 15
years and above, and these are given in
Statement 3.3. The estimates obtained from
the earlier 54th round annual survey during
January June 1998 are also given side by
side. Since the estimates for 54th round
relate to the 6-monthly period January
June only, they are not strictly comparable
with the 56th round estimates. The WPR is
the highest for the agricultural labour
households in the rural and for casual labour
households in the urban areas. This is true for
both males and females. During 2000-01,
about 89 per cent of the adult males and 57
per cent of the adult females belonging to the
agricultural labour households were working.
For the casual labour households the WPRs
in the urban areas were 87 and 36 per cent
among the adult males and females
respectively. The variation in WPRs by
household type is quite prominent, particularly
among the adult females.

3.4.5 Distribution of usually employed by


broad groups of industry: The distribution
of workers by industry and the shift of the
work force away from the agricultural sector
(primary sector) to the manufacturing and the
tertiary sectors is an important aspect in the
study of the structure of employment.
Statement 3.5 gives the per 1000 distribution
of the usually working by broad group of
industry. For the purpose of study, the
industry divisions (01-99) of NIC 1998 have
been categorized as (i) primary (01-05), (ii)
secondary (10-45) and tertiary (50-99)1. It
may be mentioned that from the NSS 45th
round till the NSS 54th round, NIC 1987 was
used, while in NSS 43rd and 38th rounds,
NIC 1970 was used. It is clearly seen from
the quinquennial survey results that there has
been a decreasing trend in the percentage of

3.4.4 Distribution of the usually employed


by category of employment: Persons
employed are categorised into three broad
groups according to their status of
employment. These groups are: (i) selfemployed, (ii) regular wage/ salaried
employees and (iii) casual labour. The
distribution of the usually employed by
category of employment is given in Statement
3.4. The basic distribution of the employed in

Industry division codes (as per NIC 1998): agriculture: 0105, mining and quarrying: 10-14, manufacturing: 15-37,
electricity, water etc.:40-41, construction:45, wholesale and
retail trade and restaurant and hotels:50-55, transport,
storage and communication services:60-64, financial
intermediation, insurance, real estates and business services:
65-74, public administration, education community services
etc.:75-99.

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population usually working in the primary


sector. As compared to the results of the 55th
round (1999-2000), the results of the 56th
round

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Statement 3.4 : Per 1000 distribution of the usually employed by status of employment for
different rounds
allIndia
round

(1)

principal status
self- employed
regular
wage/salaried
(2)

56(July00-June01)
55(July99-June00)
54(Jan-June98)
53 (Jan-Dec.97)
52(1995-96)
51(1994-95)
50(1993-94)
49(Jan-June'93)
48(Jan-Dec'92)
47(July-Dec'91)
46(1990-91)
45(1989-90)
43(1987-88)
38(1983)

582
544
547
590
585
597
567
583
601
593
552
591
575
595

56(July00-June01)
55(July99-June00)
54(Jan-June98)
53 (Jan-Dec.97)
52(1995-96)
51(1994-95)
50(1993-94)
49(Jan-June'93)
48(Jan-Dec'92)
47(July-Dec'91)
46(1990-91)
45(1989-90)
43(1987-88)
38(1983)

532
500
482
518
507
510
513
531
548
524
545
565
549
541

56(July00-June01)
55(July99-June00)
54(Jan-June98)
53 (Jan-Dec.97)
52(1995-96)
51(1994-95)
50(1993-94)
49(Jan-June'93)
48(Jan-Dec'92)
47(July-Dec'91)
46(1990-91)
45(1989-90)
43(1987-88)
38(1983)

410
412
422
397
408
402
411
387
406
425
404
413
410
402

56(July00-June01)
55(July99-June00)
54(Jan-June98)
53 (Jan-Dec.97)
52(1995-96)
51(1994-95)
50(1993-94)
49(Jan-June'93)
48(Jan-Dec'92)
47(July-Dec'91)
46(1990-91)
45(1989-90)
43(1987-88)
38(1983)

371
384
330
333
347
363
372
345
368
425
439
435
393
373

(3)
rural males
98
90
71
74
78
69
87
81
85
91
131
100
104
106
rural females
38
39
31
27
30
30
34
29
36
37
45
33
49
37
urban males
415
419
397
419
427
433
427
397
399
401
445
421
444
445
urban females
372
385
372
360
380
357
355
301
336
308
301
331
342
318

casual
labour

all (ps + ss)


selfregular casual
employed wage/salaried labour

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

320
366
382
336
337
334
346
336
314
316
317
309
321
299

589
550
553
594
590
604
577
591
608
595
557
597
586
605

95
88
70
73
77
68
85
79
83
92
128
98
100
103

316
362
377
333
333
328
338
330
309
313
315
305
314
292

430
461
486
455
463
460
453
440
416
439
410
399
402
422

593
573
534
570
564
570
586
585
591
568
586
609
608
619

32
31
25
21
24
22
27
23
32
31
38
28
37
28

375
396
442
409
412
408
387
392
377
401
376
363
355
353

175
169
181
184
165
165
162
216
195
174
151
166
146
153

414
415
425
400
410
404
417
389
412
489
407
423
417
409

411
417
395
415
425
431
420
395
394
399
442
413
437
437

175
168
181
185
165
165
163
216
193
172
151
164
146
154

257
231
298
307
273
280
273
354
296
267
260
234
265
309

444
453
384
397
400
426
458
407
425
470
490
486
471
458

315
333
327
313
332
301
284
262
288
280
259
292
275
258

241
214
288
290
268
273
258
331
287
250
251
222
254
284

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(2000-2001) showed a further decrease in


the share of employment in the primary sector

in rural areas. On the other hand, in the urban


sector, according to the present

Statement 3.5 : Per 1000 distribution of usually employed by broad groups of industry, for different
rounds
all-India
round
male
female
primary
secondary
tertiary
primary
secondary
tertiary
ps
all ps
all
ps
all
ps
all
ps
all
ps
all
(1)
(2)
(3) (4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9) (10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
rural
56
688
690 137
136 175 174 812
818 139
133
49
49
55
712
714 127
126 161 160 841
854
93
89
66
57
54
755
757 103
102 142 141 876
885
70
66
54
49
53
757
758 106
106 137 136 875
885
77
72
47
42
52
746
748 115
114 139 137 854
868
87
80
59
52
51
752
756 104
103 144 141 862
871
88
83
50
46
50
739
741 113
112 148 147 847
862
91
83
62
55
49
749
750 110
109 141 141 862
872
77
74
61
54
48
753
757 106
104 141 139 858
862
78
78
64
60
47
748
749 112
112 140 139 859
863
79
79
62
58
46
705
710 123
121 172 169 842
849
83
81
75
70
45
716
717 120
121 164 162 800
814 130
124
70
61
43
739
745 123
121 138 134 825
847 112
100
63
53
38
772
775 102
100 123 122 862
875
78
74
57
48
urban
56
63
66 359
356 579 578 136
183 342
342
522
475
55
65
66 329
328 606 606 146
177 293
293
561
529
54
90
92 324
322 586 586 187
221 292
280
520
499
53
76
78 343
340 582 581 165
200 328
324
507
476
52
81
82 335
335 584 583 179
209 310
309
512
482
51
86
88 330
329 584 583 154
205 354
343
492
452
50
87
90 331
329 582 581 193
247 299
291
508
462
49
101
102 345
344 554 554 232
258 306
306
462
436
48
104
107 345
343 551 550 195
224 304
308
501
468
47
95
95 306
307 599 598 217
237 278
282
505
481
46
91
92 336
336 573 572 223
249 318
316
459
435
45
95
100 323
319 582 582 214
241 297
303
489
456
43
85
91 343
340 572 569 218
294 324
317
458
389
38
97
103 344
342 551 550 255
310 307
306
430
376

survey, the share of the primary sector


employment for males remained almost at the
same level as that of 1999-2000 (55th round).
Between January - June, 1998 and 2000-01, the
share of employment in the secondary sector
increased appreciably in rural as well as in urban
areas. During the same period, the share of the
tertiary sector has increased steadily among rural
working males. For the other three categories of
persons, the shares showed a decrease in 200001 as compared to those obtained for 19992000.

3.5 The unemployed


3.5.1 Two different estimates are obtained from
the annual survey data for the 'unemployed', viz.
(i) number of persons unemployed based on the
usual status classification and (ii) number of
persons unemployed based on the current weekly
status classification. The first estimate relates to
persons unemployed for a relatively longer period
during the reference period of last 365 days and
approximates to an indicator of the chronic
unemployment. Two estimates of the

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Statement 3.6 : Unemployment rates (number of persons unemployed per 1000


persons in the labour force)
India
round

(1)

56
55
54
53
52
51
50

usual
status
(2)

male
usual
adjusted
(3)

16
(9)
21
(11)
24
(13)
16
( 9)
15
( 8)
12
( 7)
20
(11)

14
(8)
17
(9)
21
(11)
12
( 7)
13
( 7)
10
( 6)
14
( 8)

current
weekly
(4)
rural
23
(12)
39
(21)
29
(15)
20
(11)
18
(10)
18
(10)
30
(17)

usual
status
(5)

female
usual
adjusted
(6)

current
weekly
(7)

6
(1)
15
(4)
20
( 4)
9
( 2)
8
( 2)
5
( 1)
14
( 3)

4
(1)
10
(3)
15
(4)
7
( 2)
7
( 2)
4
( 1)
8
( 3)

18
(4)
37
(10)
27
(6)
18
( 4)
9
( 2)
12
( 3)
30
( 8)

urban
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
Note: 1.
2.

42
39
48
38
29
(23)
(22)
(26)
(5)
(4)
48
45
56
71
57
(26)
(24)
(30)
(9)
(8)
53
51
54
81
68
(28)
(27)
(29)
(9)
(8)
37
39
43
51
44
(21)
(21)
(23)
(6)
(6)
40
38
41
36
31
(22)
(21)
(22)
(4)
(4)
37
34
39
41
34
(20)
(18)
(21)
(5)
(5)
45
40
52
83
62
(24)
(22)
(28)
(11)
(10)
For the 51st Round, the estimates are based on sample type 1.
The figures in the parentheses are the number of persons unemployed per 1000 persons.

usually unemployed are presented - usually


unemployed in terms of their principal status
(ps) and usually unemployed excluding the
subsidiary status workers (usual adjusted). Some
of the unemployed identified on the basis of
principal status might be working in a subsidiary
capacity. Hence the unemployment rate derived on
the basis of usual status adjusted is expected to be
lower than that based on principal status.

39
(5)
73
(10)
78
(8)
58
(7)
35
(4)
40
(5)
84
(12)

The other estimate, i.e., the one based on


current weekly status, gives the average
weekly picture of unemployment during the
survey year and covers both chronic
unemployment and intermittent unemployment
caused by seasonal fluctuations in the
employment of those categorised as usually
employed.

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be the reason why the unemployment rate is very


high in this category of households. Another
important fact to be noted is that the incidence of
unemployment is the lowest for the households
mainly depending on the earnings from selfemployment in farm or non-farm business. The
reason may be that some of the members of such
households work nominally or seasonally in
household enterprises instead of reporting
themselves as available for work.

3.5.2 Unemployment rates (URs): Number


of persons unemployed per thousand persons
in the labour force (i.e., total of employed and
unemployed) is termed as the unemployment
rate. Statement 3.6 gives the UR along with
the number of persons unemployed per 1000
persons. As usual, the proportion of
unemployed in the population as well as the
unemployment rate are higher in urban areas
than in rural areas. Further, they are higher
among males than among females in rural
areas. In urban areas, the URs are generally
higher among females than among males,
although the reverse is true for the present
survey. Among the four categories of persons
shown in statement 3.6, UR is the highest
among urban males. Compared to the previous
annual round (NSS 54th
round), the
proportions of unemployed as well as the
unemployment rates according to both the
usual and the current weekly statuses have
decreased in the present survey.
3.5.3 Unemployment rate by household type:
In Statement 3.3 given earlier, the unemployment
rate in terms of usual status (ps+ss), by household
type, is presented separately for rural and urban
areas of India. The URs have been obtained for
persons aged 15 years and above. It is seen that
unlike the WPRs, the UR is the highest among
persons belonging to the household type others.
For rural areas, the others category includes
mainly the households depending largely upon
regular wage earnings and households whose
major income is from activities other than
economic activities. But, for the urban areas, the
others category comprises households whose
major income is from activities other than
economic activity only. Possibly, the households
without any working member, i.e. with
unemployed members only, form a major part of
this household type and this seems to

3.5.4 Under-utilisation of labour time of the


usually employed: In an economy such as ours,
where agriculture-based activities are the
mainstay of a majority of the population in rural
areas, there is a strong possibility of underutilisation of labour time or incidence of underemployment. This is because many of the
agriculture-related activities can absorb a large
number of persons at a very low productivity level
and with a marginal engagement. Moreover, as
agriculture-related activities are seasonal in
nature, persons may not find enough work in lean
seasons, though they may get categorised as
employed as per their usual status. A classification
of the usually employed by their current weekly
status helps to reveal the dimension of real
engagement of the persons categorised as
employed according to their usual status. Taking
into account both the principal and the subsidiary
status, Statement 3.7 gives the distribution of the
usually employed by their current weekly status.
The corresponding results obtained from the 43rd
round onwards are also presented in the
Statement. Compared to the previous annual
rounds, in the 56th round, in both rural and urban
areas the current employment of those who are
usually employed have remained almost stable for
males but have decreased somewhat for females.

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Statement 3.7: Per 1000 distribution of usually employed (ps +ss) by their broad current weekly status

round
(survey period)

(1)

usually employed males


current weekly activity
employed
unemployed
(2)

(3)
rural

56(July00-June01)
55(July99-June00)
54(Jan-June98)
53 (Jan-Dec.97)
52(1995-96)
51(1994-95)
50(1993-94)
49(Jan-June'93)
48(Jan-Dec'92)
47(July-Dec'91)
46(1990-91)
45(1989-90)
43(1987-88)

964
956
968
970
974
962
957
964
961
972
962
961
931

9
22
8
7
4
8
15
7
8
7
10
11
23
urban

56(July00-June01)
55(July99-June00)
54(Jan-June98)
53 (Jan-Dec.97)
52(1995-96)
51(1994-95)
50(1993-94)
49(Jan-June'93)
48(Jan-Dec'92)
47(July-Dec'91)
46(1990-91)
45(1989-90)
43(1987-88)

975
977
987
984
990
983
977
983
983
982
980
977
967

9
11
4
5
3
5
11
6
3
8
8
7
17

77

not in
labour
force
(4)

India
usually employed females
current weekly activity
employed
un- not in labour
employed
force
(5)

(6)

(7)

27
22
24
23
22
30
28
29
31
21
28
28
46

749
832
757
753
781
748
807
738
768
799
762
708
675

10
21
6
7
3
6
14
3
5
4
10
9
8

242
148
236
240
216
246
179
259
227
197
228
283
317

16
12
9
12
7
12
12
11
14
10
12
16
16

823
900
869
856
877
851
884
827
827
885
843
826
768

6
9
4
6
2
1
9
3
3
5
6
8
17

171
91
127
139
126
148
107
170
170
110
151
166
215

3.6.3 The groups of smaller states/union territories


shown in these Statements are:

3.6 State-wise estimates

i) North-Eastern States: Arunachal Pradesh,


Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland,
Sikkim and Tripura.
ii) Union Territories: Andaman & Nicobar
Islands, Chandigarh, Dadra & Nagar Haveli,
Daman & Diu, Lakshadweep and
Pondicherry.

3.6.1 In view of the relatively small sample size at


the State level in the annual survey on consumer
expenditure and employment unemployment
carried out in the 56th round, the detailed statelevel tables are not presented in the Appendix to
the report. Key results are, however, presented
for the major states and groups of smaller states
and union territories in Statement 3.8 to 3.11. The
titles of statements are listed below:

3.6.4 Broad activity statuses used for the purpose


are:
(i) self-employed, (ii) regular wage/salaried
employees, (iii) casual labour, (iv) unemployed,
(v) students, (vi) engaged in domestic duties and
(vii) others not in labour force.

Statement 3.8 : Per 1000 distribution of persons


by broad current weekly activity.
Statement 3.9 : Per 1000 distribution of persons
by broad usual activity (principal).

3.6.5 The estimated total population (or no. of


workers) figures are also shown in the
Statements 3.8 to 3.10 (Statement 3.11) for each
of the states and group of States/UTs. It is to be
noted that the population estimates of the NSS
are generally lower than the census-based
population figures due to differences in coverage,
methodology, etc. Therefore, these totals can be
used to combine the proportions at the desired
level only and should not be used for generating
absolute figures for national aggregates under any
category. To do this, one is advised to use the
NSS proportions on either the census population
or census-based projected population.

Statement 3.10: Per 1000 distribution of persons


by broad usual activity (principal and subsidiary).
Statement 3.11: Per 1000 distribution of usually
working persons by broad group of industry.
3.6.2 The first three statements give the
Statewise distributions of population by broad
activity status according to current weekly status,
usual status (principal) and usual status (principal
and subsidiary), respectively. The distribution of
the usually working persons according to the
principal status and both the principal and
subsidiary status over the three broad groups of
industry sections, viz., primary, secondary and
tertiary, are presented in Statement 3.11.

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Statement 3.8: Per 1000 Distribution of Persons by Broad Current Weekly Activity by State
state
selfemployed

(1)

(2)

working
regular casual
wage/ labour
salaried
(3)

(4)

all

unemp loyed

students

(6)

(7)

(8)

(5)

not in labour force


engaged others
in
domestic
duties

all

estd.
persons
(00)

sample
person

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

rural male
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat

272
150
356
272
304

60
110
50
22
74

239
11
133
199
229

570
270
538
493
606

12
14
16
10
13

242
284
265
193
173

3
60
8
22
7

173
370
174
282
202

418
715
446
497
381

291737
3498
112164
283120
154051

3674
877
3089
4209
1813

Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala

269
344
338
318
198

45
71
86
57
63

120
110
87
212
243

435
525
511
586
504

8
8
5
10
52

341
343
311
197
264

0
5
4
5
5

216
119
168
202
175

557
467
483
404
444

70648
20843
23632
118067
93818

1207
1512
1476
1938
2645

Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan

350
260
326
274
367

34
52
41
79
36

152
214
201
177
59

535
527
568
530
461

14
10
18
18
3

242
257
188
252
329

4
5
7
1
7

204
202
219
199
199

451
463
414
452
535

244648
264462
129505
83242
189254

2864
2687
2349
1751
2666

Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal

235
229
373
298

112
51
35
50

270
203
78
199

617
483
485
548

12
10
7
16

194
345
249
215

2
12
7
8

174
150
251
213

371
507
508
436

188798
11730
705222
314086

2895
1197
5168
3708

Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh

305
244

57
45

136
173

499
462

13
21

263
218

3
21

222
278

489
517

91390
78438

2055
794

North- Eastern states


Group of UTs

292
246

65
237

99
165

457
648

8
20

321
185

19
5

196
141

536
331

33952
2832

5091
750

all - India

308

52

165

525

12

240

216

463

3552636

55183

(contd.)

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Statement 3.8 (contd.): Per 1000 Distribution of Persons by Broad Current Weekly Activity by State
state
selfemployed

(1)

(2)

working
regular casual
wage/ labour
salaried
(3)

(4)

all

unemp loyed

students

not in labour force


engaged others
in
domestic
duties

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

all

estd.
persons
(00)

sample
person

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

rural female
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat

147
139
46
25
163

16
4
14
0
9

182
5
60
56
114

344
148
120
81
285

5
18
1
1
2

174
313
245
136
127

249
214
414
477
405

227
307
219
305
181

651
834
878
918
713

280203
3473
107973
269052
141247

3647
790
2817
3958
1709

Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala

39
413
82
189
60

8
6
1
7
23

44
10
0
158
56

90
429
83
354
139

0
3
0
0
17

217
263
240
184
233

465
183
518
264
463

228
122
160
198
148

910
568
917
646
844

55998
20414
20221
121542
100622

1045
1514
1400
2009
2795

Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan

183
168
130
106
196

5
13
7
17
3

123
186
93
10
23

311
368
230
133
223

6
8
3
0
0

210
241
131
229
171

232
208
393
478
342

243
175
243
160
265

683
624
767
867
777

216154
257267
130144
72493
165851

2517
2600
2406
1560
2429

Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal

131
25
100
74

30
13
1
9

194
16
21
40

355
54
122
123

5
0
0
4

186
303
186
182

284
449
418
483

170
194
274
207

640
946
878
873

190302
10307
649481
303857

3033
1025
4798
3539

Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh

151
197

0
8

48
111

200
317

21
14

151
160

345
275

284
235

779
670

84136
71693

1878
760

North- Eastern states


Group of UTs

162
65

13
28

20
64

195
157

3
7

305
231

291
370

206
234

802
835

31289
3022

4567
680

all - India

123

85

217

188

363

230

779

3347244

52508

(contd.)

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Statement 3.8 (contd.): Per 1000 Distribution of Persons by Broad Current Weekly Activity by State
state
selfemployed

(1)

(2)

working
regular casual
wage/ labour
salaried
(3)

(4)

all

unemp loyed

students

not in labour force


engaged others
in
domestic
duties

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

all

estd.
persons
(00)

sample
person

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

rural person
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat

210
144
204
152
236

38
57
32
11
43

211
8
97
129
174

460
209
333
292
452

8
16
9
6
8

209
299
255
165
151

124
137
206
244
197

200
339
195
294
192

532
774
658
702
540

571940
6971
220137
552172
295297

7321
1667
5906
8167
3522

Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala

167
378
220
253
127

29
39
47
31
42

86
60
47
185
146

282
477
314
468
315

5
5
3
5
34

286
303
278
190
248

206
93
241
136
242

222
121
164
199
161

713
517
683
527
651

126646
41257
43853
239610
194440

2252
3026
2876
3947
5440

Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan

272
215
228
196
287

20
33
24
50
20

138
201
146
99
42

430
448
399
345
350

10
9
11
10
2

227
249
159
241
256

111
105
200
223
163

222
189
231
181
230

560
543
591
645
648

460802
521729
259649
155736
355105

5381
5287
4755
3311
5095

Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal

183
134
242
188

71
33
19
30

232
116
50
121

486
282
311
339

8
5
4
10

190
325
219
199

144
216
204
242

172
171
262
210

506
712
685
651

379099
22037
1354703
617943

5928
2222
9966
7247

Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh

231
222

30
27

94
143

355
393

17
17

210
190

167
143

252
258

628
590

175526
150130

3933
1554

North- Eastern states


Group of UTs

229
153

40
129

61
113

331
395

5
14

313
209

149
193

200
190

664
591

65241
5855

9658
1430

all - India

219

31

126

375

214

180

223

616

6899880

107691

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Statement 3.8 (contd.): Per 1000 Distribution of Persons by Broad Current Weekly Activity by State
state
selfemployed

(1)

(2)

working
regular casual
wage/ labour
salaried
(3)

(4)

all

unemp loyed

students

not in labour force


engaged others
in
domestic
duties

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

all

estd.
persons
(00)

sample
person

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

urban male
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana

202
302
251
220
250

223
190
99
217
202

108
57
72
90
37

532
550
422
526
489

22
21
21
15
24

278
232
320
273
280

4
7
10
6
5

164
191
226
180
202

446
430
557
459
487

102067
11213
37265
63427
23957

4728
1676
4056
4609
1800

Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh

199
234
240
208
219

248
182
187
148
173

61
29
148
174
85

509
445
575
531
478

19
25
21
38
13

314
328
232
277
309

5
4
4
2
3

152
199
169
152
197

472
530
404
431
510

2474
10697
66114
25861
67001

1159
2356
3357
2122
5708

Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Orissa

169
285
124
246
189

282
114
232
155
212

77
47
93
74
76

528
446
449
474
477

27
27
6
8
41

274
327
382
343
278

5
4
14
25
4

166
195
148
150
200

444
527
544
517
482

187177
2409
1145
1496
26688

9759
1261
592
1140
2387

Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh

241
244
174
230
259

242
188
245
162
162

67
55
149
104
71

550
486
567
496
491

24
22
36
22
23

286
289
229
274
271

4
4
3
5
8

136
199
165
202
206

426
492
396
481
485

35964
58906
106278
2258
148303

3852
4861
5292
1102
12414

West Bengal
Delhi
Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh
Uttaranchal

243
223
188
144
243

206
299
168
226
178

89
35
86
85
72

538
558
441
455
493

50
11
40
20
11

250
262
311
302
359

7
6
9
14
2

156
164
198
209
136

412
431
518
525
496

102420
68250
22294
20277
9291

4852
1252
2713
1145
674

North- Eastern states


Group of UTs

213
163

171
308

70
57

454
528

18
69

321
263

9
2

197
138

528
403

9241
6880

5090
839

all - India

215

216

88

519

26

272

177

455

1214678

86990

(contd.)

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Statement 3.8 (contd.): Per 1000 Distribution of Persons by Broad Current Weekly Activity by State
state
selfemployed

(1)

(2)

working
regular casual
wage/ labour
salaried
(3)

(4)

all

unemp loyed

students

not in labour force


engaged others
in
domestic
duties

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

all

estd.
persons
(00)

sample
person

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

urban female
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana

70
18
27
25
17

58
63
15
26
36

34
26
19
37
15

163
107
62
88
69

3
5
2
1
1

215
282
249
231
280

451
448
447
508
484

169
158
240
172
167

835
888
936
911
930

96551
10167
31639
62423
19866

4655
1431
3556
4167
1442

Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh

87
34
62
44
44

89
18
30
61
28

24
11
54
34
26

200
62
146
139
99

3
22
7
15
2

298
274
222
216
266

385
497
428
454
453

114
145
197
176
182

797
916
847
846
900

2093
9752
65945
26843
59366

994
1986
3250
2255
5163

Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Orissa

36
117
63
221
37

57
60
123
53
41

31
25
35
22
38

123
202
220
296
116

6
20
13
15
8

257
258
391
287
214

446
308
204
219
485

167
212
172
183
177

871
778
767
689
876

165966
2258
1392
1505
23091

8521
1194
652
1128
2127

Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh

44
50
66
13
46

31
22
78
75
26

4
13
52
16
8

80
85
195
104
80

3
0
5
11
1

270
268
196
220
246

507
463
456
444
463

138
183
148
220
209

916
914
800
885
919

31709
53482
100515
2170
127389

3189
4320
5248
1075
11027

West Bengal
Delhi
Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh
Uttaranchal

58
7
30
59
45

41
58
19
20
41

25
1
29
42
6

124
66
78
121
91

6
4
2
2
2

223
261
276
283
336

486
468
444
386
454

161
200
199
207
117

870
930
920
877
907

92211
57357
19823
18882
8513

4345
970
2343
1077
645

North- Eastern states


Group of UTs

88
35

73
61

20
13

181
109

13
83

282
315

304
337

220
156

806
809

9081
7742

4954
745

all - India

46

43

27

117

242

459

178

879

1103038

78714

(contd.)

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Statement 3.8 (contd.): Per 1000 Distribution of Persons by Broad Current Weekly Activity by State
state
selfemployed

(1)

(2)

working
regular casual
wage/ labour
salaried
(3)

(4)

all

unemp loyed

students

not in labour force


engaged others
in
domestic
duties

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

all

estd.
persons
(00)

sample
person

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

urban person
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana

138
167
148
123
144

142
130
61
122
127

72
42
48
63
28

353
339
257
309
299

12
13
13
8
13

247
256
288
253
280

221
218
211
255
222

166
175
232
177
186

635
648
731
684
688

198618
21380
68904
125850
43823

9383
3107
7612
8776
3242

Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh

148
139
151
125
137

175
104
109
104
105

44
20
101
103
57

367
263
361
331
299

12
24
14
26
8

307
302
227
246
289

179
239
216
232
214

135
173
183
164
190

621
714
625
642
693

4567
20448
132058
52703
126367

2153
4342
6607
4377
10871

Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Orissa

107
204
90
233
119

176
88
172
104
133

55
36
61
48
58

338
328
324
385
310

17
24
10
12
26

266
294
387
315
248

213
152
118
122
227

166
203
161
166
188

645
648
666
603
665

353143
4666
2537
3001
49779

18280
2455
1244
2268
4514

Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh

149
152
121
123
161

143
109
163
120
99

38
35
102
61
42

330
295
387
304
301

14
12
21
17
13

278
279
213
248
259

240
223
224
221
219

137
191
156
211
207

656
693
592
679
686

67673
112388
206793
4428
275692

7041
9181
10540
2177
23441

West Bengal
Delhi
Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh
Uttaranchal

156
124
114
103
148

128
189
98
127
112

58
20
59
64
40

342
333
270
294
301

29
8
22
12
7

238
261
295
293
348

233
217
213
194
218

159
181
198
209
127

629
659
707
694
693

194631
125608
42116
39160
17804

9197
2222
5056
2222
1319

North- Eastern states


Group of UTs

151
95

122
178

45
34

319
306

16
76

302
291

155
180

209
147

666
618

18322
14623

10044
1584

all - Indi a

135

134

59

327

16

258

221

178

656

2317716

165704

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Statement 3.9 : Per 1000 Distribution of Persons by Broad Usual Activity ( principal) by State
state
selfemployed

(1)

(2)

working
regular casual
wage/ labour
salaried
(3)

(4)

all

unemp loyed

students

not in labour force


engaged others
in
domestic
duties

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

152
292
160
274
156
202

estd.
no. of
persons
(00)

no. of
sample
persons

(10)

(11)

(12)

415
701
446
495
374

291737
3498
112164
283120
154051

3674
877
3089
4209
1813

all

rural male
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat

264
169
350
278
308

60
111
49
22
68

254
19
137
196
242

579
299
536
497
618

6
0
18
9
8

260
349
279
201
216

4
60
8
19
3

Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala

275
338
365
310
198

46
69
87
56
61

126
118
65
223
265

447
525
517
588
524

3
5
5
5
39

348
353
315
220
274

0
2
2
6
2

115
161
181
160

550
470
477
406
437

70648
20843
23632
118067
93818

1207
1512
1476
1938
2645

Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan

352
265
309
270
374

32
52
44
81
36

160
228
230
176
58

544
545
583
527
468

11
6
10
17
1

252
273
201
266
347

5
5
10
1
12

187
171
196
190
172

445
448
407
457
531

244648
264462
129505
83242
189254

2864
2687
2349
1751
2666

Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal

242
227
372
320

112
53
36
50

273
210
79
188

627
490
486
558

7
4
4
13

205
368
267
220

2
12
6
22

159
126
236
187

366
505
510
429

188798
11730
705222
314086

2895
1197
5168
3708

Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh

284
248

58
45

157
197

499
490

12
7

265
273

3
3

220
228

488
504

91390
78438

2055
794

North- Eastern states


Group of UTs

293
258

68
238

103
163

463
660

5
19

355
206

21
0

156
115

532
321

33952
2832

5091
750

all - India

310

52

171

532

255

195

459

3552636

55183

(contd.)

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Statement 3.9 (contd.): Per 1000 Distribution of Persons by Broad Usual Activity ( principal) by State
state
selfemployed

(1)

(2)

working
regular casual
wage/ labour
salaried
(3)

(4)

all

unemp loyed

students

not in labour force


engaged others
in
domestic
duties

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

192
225
181
284
130
194

estd.
no. of
persons
(00)

no. of
sample
persons

(10)

(11)

(12)

620
835
873
918
702

280203
3473
107973
269052
141247

3647
790
2817
3958
1709

all

rural female
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat

147
155
46
21
163

18
4
16
0
7

214
6
63
61
126

379
165
125
82
297

1
0
2
0
1

185
347
265
139
165

243
263
426
495
408

Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala

21
362
68
210
61

4
6
1
7
21

28
9
0
186
58

54
376
69
403
140

0
3
0
0
19

223
285
246
208
244

529
237
541
228
466

100
144
161
132

946
621
931
597
842

55998
20414
20221
121542
100622

1045
1514
1400
2009
2795

Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan

187
182
102
7
169

5
7
9
17
3

140
202
111
9
23

332
391
222
33
195

0
0
0
0
0

245
256
137
230
197

224
205
429
600
378

200
148
212
138
230

668
609
778
967
805

216154
257267
130144
72493
165851

2517
2600
2406
1560
2429

Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal

143
24
90
67

30
21
1
9

210
16
19
40

383
62
111
116

3
0
0
3

192
317
186
190

266
472
442
509

157
150
262
182

614
938
889
880

190302
10307
649481
303857

3033
1025
4798
3539

Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh

140
201

0
8

75
189

215
399

1
1

152
196

361
214

271
191

784
600

84136
71693

1878
760

North- Eastern states


Group of UTs

171
73

17
30

19
84

206
186

3
7

331
256

309
372

152
178

791
806

31289
3022

4567
680

all - India

117

95

221

200

375

203

778

3347244

52508

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Statement 3.9 (contd.): Per 1000 Distribution of Persons by Broad Usual Activity ( principal) by State
state
selfemployed

(1)

(2)

working
regular casual
wage/ labour
salaried
(3)

(4)

all

unemp loyed

students

not in labour force


engaged others
in
domestic
duties

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

171
259
170
279
144
200

estd.
no. of
persons
(00)

no. of
sample
persons

(10)

(11)

(12)

515
767
655
701
531

571940
6971
220137
552172
295297

7321
1667
5906
8167
3522

all

rural person
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat

207
162
201
153
239

39
58
33
11
39

235
13
100
131
187

481
232
335
295
464

4
0
10
5
5

223
348
273
171
191

121
161
213
251
197

Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala

163
350
228
259
127

27
38
47
31
40

83
64
35
204
158

273
451
311
494
325

2
4
3
3
28

293
319
283
214
259

234
117
250
118
242

107
152
171
146

725
545
686
503
646

126646
41257
43853
239610
194440

2252
3026
2876
3947
5440

Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan

275
224
206
147
278

20
30
26
51
20

150
216
170
98
42

445
469
402
297
340

6
3
5
9
1

249
265
169
249
277

108
104
220
280
183

194
159
204
165
200

549
528
593
694
659

460802
521729
259649
155736
355105

5381
5287
4755
3311
5095

Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal

192
132
237
195

71
38
19
30

242
119
50
115

504
290
306
341

5
2
2
8

198
344
229
205

134
226
215
261

158
136
249
184

491
708
692
651

379099
22037
1354703
617943

5928
2222
9966
7247

Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh

215
226

30
27

118
193

363
447

7
4

211
236

175
104

245
210

630
550

175526
150130

3933
1554

North- Eastern states


Group of UTs

234
163

43
131

63
122

340
415

4
13

344
232

159
192

153
148

656
572

65241
5855

9658
1430

all - India

217

31

134

381

228

185

199

614

6899880

107691

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Statement 3.9 (contd.): Per 1000 Distribution of Persons by Broad Usual Activity ( principal) by State
state
selfemployed

(1)

(2)

working
regular casual
wage/ labour
salaried
(3)

(4)

all

unemp loyed

students

not in labour force


engaged others
in
domestic
duties

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

estd.
no. of
persons
(00)

no. of
sample
persons

(10)

(11)

(12)

all

urban male
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana

200
306
249
222
254

225
191
99
217
202

111
58
75
95
43

536
554
423
533
499

17
23
21
11
16

296
241
330
287
284

4
5
10
5
4

177
216
165
197
139

447
422
556
456
485

102067
11213
37265
63427
23957

4728
1676
4056
4609
1800

Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh

202
236
237
195
224

248
183
189
149
173

63
29
158
179
86

514
449
584
523
483

20
24
17
34
11

323
332
251
287
335

4
3
4
3
2

192
145
153
170

467
527
399
443
507

2474
10697
66114
25861
67001

1159
2356
3357
2122
5708

Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Orissa

170
279
124
248
191

285
116
232
160
214

80
54
92
73
82

535
450
449
480
488

24
27
6
9
38

288
396
451
388
288

4
5
14
16
3

441
523
545
510
475

187177
2409
1145
1496
26688

9759
1261
592
1140
2387

Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh

240
243
173
235
259

242
189
247
172
164

69
55
150
106
74

552
488
571
513
496

23
20
33
29
18

292
298
236
283
283

4
4
3
4
8

425
492
396
458
486

35964
58906
106278
2258
148303

3852
4861
5292
1102
12414

398
430
516
524
499

102420
68250
22294
20277
9291

4852
1252
2713
1145
674

149
122
80
106
183
128
191
157
170
195

West Bengal
Delhi
Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh
Uttaranchal

244
226
186
141
232

210
303
168
226
184

103
35
89
94
74

557
563
444
461
490

45
7
40
15
12

262
271
323
307
371

7
5
8
14
3

128
154
186
204
125
177

North- Eastern states


Group of UTs

211
164

178
319

73
62

463
545

20
66

372
274

7
0

137
116

517
390

9241
6880

5090
839

all - India

215

218

92

525

23

285

162

452

1214678

86990

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Statement 3.9 (contd.): Per 1000 Distribution of Persons by Broad Usual Activity ( principal) by State
state
selfemployed

(1)

(2)

working
regular casual
wage/ labour
salaried
(3)

(4)

all

unemp loyed

students

not in labour force


engaged others
in
domestic
duties

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

141
143
225
146
160
96

estd.
no. of
persons
(00)

no. of
sample
persons

(10)

(11)

(12)

837
891
939
914
937

96551
10167
31639
62423
19866

4655
1431
3556
4167
1442

all

urban female
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana

63
15
25
22
13

57
63
16
28
36

41
26
18
35
14

161
104
59
86
63

2
5
2
0
1

231
290
253
239
284

465
458
460
529
494

Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh

77
16
58
49
43

90
18
33
59
28

26
11
57
36
30

192
45
149
145
102

4
22
11
18
1

315
276
263
220
284

393
521
441
453
449

136
138
164
164

804
933
841
837
897

2093
9752
65945
26843
59366

994
1986
3250
2255
5163

37
115
62
236
35

57
60
123
53
41

38
26
35
24
42

132
201
220
313
117

4
35
13
16
9

273
299
421
351
221

452
351
223
210
494

140
115
122
109
161

864
764
767
670
874

165966
2258
1392
1505
23091

8521
1194
652
1128
2127

Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh

32
44
62
13
41

31
22
75
75
26

3
16
55
16
7

66
82
192
104
73

3
0
5
17
1

275
274
200
233
254

532
475
462
476
482

122
168
141
169
189

930
918
803
879
926

31709
53482
100515
2170
127389

3189
4320
5248
1075
11027

West Bengal
Delhi
Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh
Uttaranchal

62
7
29
45
44

41
50
19
20
42

25
1
30
57
6

128
59
79
122
92

5
4
2
1
2

232
294
278
287
340

510
490
455
385
458

125
153
186
203
108

867
937
920
876
906

92211
57357
19823
18882
8513

4345
970
2343
1077
645

North- Eastern states


Group of UTs

89
35

74
61

21
13

184
109

19
83

324
328

340
345

134
135

797
808

9081
7742

4954
745

all - India

43

43

30

116

256

471

153

880

1103038

78714

Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Orissa

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Statement 3.9 (contd.): Per 1000 Distribution of Persons by Broad Usual Activity ( principal) by State
state
selfemployed

(1)

(2)

working
regular casual
wage/ labour
salaried
(3)

(4)

all

unemp loyed

students

not in labour force


engaged others
in
domestic
duties

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

145
160
220
155
179
120

estd.
no. of
persons
(00)

no. of
sample
persons

(10)

(11)

(12)

637
645
732
683
690

198618
21380
68904
125850
43823

9383
3107
7612
8776
3242

all

urban person
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana

134
168
146
123
145

143
130
61
123
127

77
43
49
65
30

353
340
256
311
301

10
15
12
5
9

264
264
295
263
284

229
220
217
265
226

Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh

145
131
148
121
139

176
104
111
103
105

46
21
107
107
60

366
256
367
331
304

12
23
14
26
6

319
306
257
253
311

182
250
222
232
212

165
142
158
166

621
721
620
644
690

4567
20448
132058
52703
126367

2153
4342
6607
4377
10871

Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Orissa

107
200
90
242
119

178
89
172
106
134

60
41
61
48
63

345
330
323
396
316

14
31
10
13
24

281
349
435
369
257

215
172
129
114
230

144
119
103
107
172

640
640
667
591
660

353143
4666
2537
3001
49779

18280
2455
1244
2268
4514

Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh

143
149
119
126
158

143
110
163
124
100

38
37
104
62
43

324
295
387
313
301

14
11
20
23
10

284
287
219
259
270

252
228
226
236
227

127
180
149
170
191

662
694
594
664
689

67673
112388
206793
4428
275692

7041
9181
10540
2177
23441

West Bengal
Delhi
Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh
Uttaranchal

158
126
112
95
142

130
188
98
127
116

66
20
62
76
41

354
333
272
297
299

26
6
22
9
7

248
281
302
297
356

245
227
218
193
220

128
154
185
204
117

620
661
706
694
694

194631
125608
42116
39160
17804

9197
2222
5056
2222
1319

North- Eastern states


Group of UTs

151
95

127
182

47
36

325
314

20
75

348
303

172
184

136
126

656
611

18322
14623

10044
1584

all - India

133

135

62

330

14

271

227

158

655

2317716

165704

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Statement 3.10: Per 1000 Distribution of Persons by Broad Usual Activity ( principal and subsidiary) by State
state
selfemployed

(1)

(2)

working
regular casual
wage/ labour
salaried
(3)

(4)

all

unemp loyed

students

not in labour force


engaged others
in
domestic
duties

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

estd.
no. of
persons
(00)

no. of
sample
persons

(10)

(11)

(12)

all

rural male
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat

269
178
367
283
317

60
111
49
22
68

255
20
137
197
242

584
309
553
502
627

6
0
12
9
8

256
343
272
199
208

4
60
8
18
3

150
288
156
272
156

410
691
434
489
366

291737
3498
112164
283120
154051

3674
877
3089
4209
1813

Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala

279
373
395
322
220

46
69
87
56
62

128
118
65
224
272

454
559
547
601
554

3
2
4
5
34

345
322
288
208
265

0
2
1
5
2

198
115
161
180
145

543
439
449
393
412

70648
20843
23632
118067
93818

1207
1512
1476
1938
2645

Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan

355
275
315
279
376

32
52
44
81
36

161
231
232
178
59

549
558
590
538
470

11
6
8
14
1

248
265
198
258
346

4
4
8
1
12

187
167
194
190
170

440
436
402
449
529

244648
264462
129505
83242
189254

2864
2687
2349
1751
2666

Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal

248
229
387
335

112
53
36
50

274
210
80
189

633
492
503
574

6
4
3
11

201
366
253
207

2
12
6
22

158
126
236
186

361
504
494
415

188798
11730
705222
314086

2895
1197
5168
3708

Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh

290
254

58
45

157
197

505
495

12
6

259
272

3
2

220
225

483
499

91390
78438

2055
794

North- Eastern states


Group of UTs

302
263

68
238

103
163

472
665

4
19

347
202

20
0

156
114

523
316

33952
2832

5091
750

all - India

320

52

172

544

247

193

449

3552636

55183

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Statement 3.10: Per 1000 Distribution of Persons by Broad Usual Activity ( principal & subsidiary) by State
state
selfemployed

(1)

(2)

working
regular casual
wage/ labour
salaried
(3)

(4)

all

unemp loyed

students

not in labour force


engaged others
in
domestic
duties

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

all

estd.
persons
(00)

sample
person

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

rural female
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat

176
163
127
35
225

18
4
17
0
7

222
6
66
88
162

417
173
210
123
394

1
0
1
0
1

185
347
262
139
151

207
261
346
454
324

191
218
180
283
130

583
827
789
877
605

280203
3473
107973
269052
141247

3647
790
2817
3958
1709

Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala

156
501
282
228
138

5
6
1
7
22

58
9
2
192
65

219
516
285
427
225

0
3
0
0
15

221
266
234
208
242

370
116
338
205
389

190
100
143
161
129

781
481
715
573
760

55998
20414
20221
121542
100622

1045
1514
1400
2009
2795

Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan

220
219
160
222
287

5
13
9
18
3

153
214
141
13
35

377
446
310
253
325

0
0
0
0
0

244
255
137
228
188

179
152
343
382
260

200
148
210
138
227

623
554
689
747
675

216154
257267
130144
72493
165851

2517
2600
2406
1560
2429

Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal

171
35
148
107

30
21
1
10

216
16
29
46

417
72
179
164

3
0
0
3

190
316
185
184

234
462
376
468

157
150
261
182

580
928
821
833

190302
10307
649481
303857

3033
1025
4798
3539

Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh

164
223

0
8

80
214

245
446

1
1

151
196

332
168

271
191

754
554

84136
71693

1878
760

North- Eastern states


Group of UTs

200
118

17
30

20
86

237
234

2
7

324
256

287
326

151
177

761
759

31289
3022

4567
680

all - India

170

108

287

197

312

202

712

3347244

52508

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Statement 3.10 (contd.): Per 1000 Distribution of Persons by Broad Usual Activity ( principal and subsidiary) by State
state
selfemployed

(1)

(2)

working
regular casual
wage/ labour
salaried
(3)

(4)

all

unemp loyed

students

not in labour force


engaged others
in
domestic
duties

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

all

estd.
persons
(00)

sample
person

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

rural person
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat

224
170
250
162
273

39
58
33
11
39

239
13
102
144
204

502
241
385
317
515

3
0
7
4
4

221
345
267
170
181

104
160
173
230
156

170
254
168
278
144

494
759
608
678
480

571940
6971
220137
552172
295297

7321
1667
5906
8167
3522

Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala

225
436
343
274
177

28
38
47
31
41

97
64
36
208
165

350
538
426
513
384

2
3
2
3
24

290
294
263
208
253

163
58
157
106
202

196
107
152
170
138

648
460
572
485
592

126646
41257
43853
239610
194440

2252
3026
2876
3947
5440

Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan

292
247
237
252
334

20
33
26
52
21

157
223
186
101
48

468
503
450
405
403

6
3
4
7
0

246
260
168
244
272

86
77
176
178
128

193
158
203
165
198

526
494
546
588
597

460802
521729
259649
155736
355105

5381
5287
4755
3311
5095

Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal

209
138
273
223

71
38
19
31

245
119
56
119

525
296
347
372

4
2
1
7

196
343
220
196

118
222
183
241

157
136
248
184

471
702
651
620

379099
22037
1354703
617943

5928
2222
9966
7247

Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh

230
239

30
27

120
205

381
472

6
3

207
235

161
82

245
209

613
525

175526
150130

3933
1554

North- Eastern states


Group of UTs

253
188

43
131

63
124

359
442

4
13

336
230

148
169

153
147

637
545

65241
5855

9658
1430

all - India

247

31

141

419

223

156

197

576

6899880

107691

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Statement 3.10 (contd.): Per 1000 Distribution of Persons by Broad Usual Activity ( principal and subsidiary) by State
state
selfemployed

(1)

(2)

working
regular casual
wage/ labour
salaried
(3)

(4)

all

unemp loyed

students

not in labour force


engaged others
in
domestic
duties

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

all

estd.
persons
(00)

sample
person

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

urban male
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana

204
318
256
227
263

227
191
100
217
202

111
58
76
95
43

542
566
432
539
508

16
20
21
8
16

293
238
325
284
278

3
5
9
5
4

146
171
212
165
194

442
413
547
453
476

102067
11213
37265
63427
23957

4728
1676
4056
4609
1800

Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh

211
248
241
241
228

248
183
189
150
173

64
29
158
184
87

524
460
588
574
488

19
24
16
28
10

315
322
248
286
331

4
3
4
3
2

138
191
144
111
168

458
516
396
398
501

2474
10697
66114
25861
67001

1159
2356
3357
2122
5708

Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Orissa

172
286
145
249
200

286
116
232
160
214

80
54
93
77
82

539
456
470
486
496

23
27
6
8
35

286
391
436
383
285

4
5
14
16
3

148
121
73
106
180

438
517
524
506
468

187177
2409
1145
1496
26688

9759
1261
592
1140
2387

Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh

240
246
176
235
264

243
190
249
172
164

69
55
151
106
74

552
491
576
513
502

23
20
32
29
18

292
295
234
283
279

4
4
3
4
7

128
190
156
170
194

424
489
392
458
480

35964
58906
106278
2258
148303

3852
4861
5292
1102
12414

West Bengal
Delhi
Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh
Uttaranchal

250
227
188
142
232

210
303
170
226
189

104
37
90
96
74

563
566
447
463
495

42
7
39
15
7

260
270
321
307
371

7
5
8
12
3

128
152
186
203
125

395
426
513
521
498

102420
68250
22294
20277
9291

4852
1252
2713
1145
674

North- Eastern states


Group of UTs

216
166

178
319

74
63

469
548

20
65

368
273

7
0

136
115

511
387

9241
6880

5090
839

all - India

220

218

93

531

22

282

161

447

1214678

86990

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Statement 3.10 (contd.): Per 1000 Distribution of Persons by Broad Usual Activity ( principal and subsidiary) by State
state
selfemployed

(1)

(2)

wo rking
regular casual
wage/ labour
salaried
(3)

(4)

all

unemp loyed

students

not in labour force


engaged others
in
domestic
duties

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

all

estd.
persons
(00)

sample
person

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

urban female
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana

79
46
42
36
52

58
63
16
29
37

46
39
26
42
15

183
147
85
107
104

2
5
2
0
1

230
289
253
239
283

445
418
436
507
454

141
141
224
146
158

815
848
913
893
895

96551
10167
31639
62423
19866

4655
1431
3556
4167
1442

Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh

109
67
68
96
59

91
18
33
59
28

28
11
58
38
38

227
96
159
194
126

2
22
10
16
1

310
275
263
219
281

365
474
430
413
428

95
132
137
159
164

771
881
830
791
873

2093
9752
65945
26843
59366

994
1986
3250
2255
5163

Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Orissa

52
163
73
242
57

58
60
123
53
41

40
29
35
25
49

150
251
230
321
147

4
35
13
15
7

272
291
419
348
221

434
309
216
207
466

139
115
122
109
159

846
714
757
665
846

165966
2258
1392
1505
23091

8521
1194
652
1128
2127

Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh

56
71
92
16
62

32
22
78
82
26

4
23
57
16
12

93
117
226
114
100

3
0
4
17
1

275
274
198
233
253

505
441
432
473
457

122
168
140
162
189

903
883
770
869
900

31709
53482
100515
2170
127389

3189
4320
5248
1075
11027

West Bengal
Delhi
Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh
Uttaranchal

78
11
37
55
59

43
53
19
20
42

26
4
30
66
6

147
68
87
142
107

4
2
2
1
2

230
291
278
287
335

493
489
447
371
447

125
151
186
198
108

848
931
911
857
891

92211
57357
19823
18882
8513

4345
970
2343
1077
645

105
39

76
61

23
13

204
113

19
82

321
328

324
342

132
135

778
804

9081
7742

4954
745

62

44

34

140

254

450

153

856

1103038

78714

North- Eastern states


Group of UTs
all - India

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Statement 3.10 (contd.): Per 1000 Distribution of Persons by Broad Usual Activity ( principal and subsidiary) by State
state
selfemployed

(1)

(2)

working
regular casual
wage/ labour
salaried
(3)

(4)

all

unemp loyed

students

not in labour force


engaged others
in
domestic
duties

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

all

estd.
persons
(00)

sample
person

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

urban person
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana

144
188
158
132
167

145
130
61
124
127

79
49
53
68
31

367
367
272
324
325

9
13
12
4
9

262
262
292
262
280

218
201
205
254
208

144
156
219
155
178

623
620
715
671
666

198618
21380
68904
125850
43823

9383
3107
7612
8776
3242

Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh

164
162
154
167
148

176
104
111
104
105

47
21
108
109
64

388
287
374
380
318

11
23
13
21
6

313
300
255
252
308

170
227
217
212
202

118
164
140
135
166

601
690
613
598
676

4567
20448
132058
52703
126367

2153
4342
6607
4377
10871

Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Orissa

115
226
105
246
134

179
89
172
106
134

62
42
61
51
67

356
357
339
403
334

14
31
10
12
22

279
343
427
366
255

206
152
125
112
217

144
117
100
107
171

630
612
652
585
643

353143
4666
2537
3001
49779

18280
2455
1244
2268
4514

Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh

154
163
135
128
171

144
110
166
128
100

39
40
105
62
45

337
313
406
318
316

14
11
18
23
10

284
285
216
259
267

239
212
211
234
215

126
180
148
167
191

649
677
576
659
674

67673
112388
206793
4428
275692

7041
9181
10540
2177
23441

West Bengal
Delhi
Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh
Uttaranchal

169
128
117
100
149

131
189
99
127
119

67
22
62
82
41

366
339
278
308
309

24
5
22
9
5

246
280
301
297
354

237
226
215
185
216

128
152
185
201
117

610
657
701
683
686

194631
125608
42116
39160
17804

9197
2222
5056
2222
1319

North- Eastern states


Group of UTs

161
98

128
183

48
36

337
318

19
74

344
302

165
181

134
126

643
608

18322
14623

10044
1584

all - India

145

135

65

345

13

269

217

155

642

2317716

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Statement 3.11 : Per 1000 Distribution of Usually Working Persons by Broad Group of Industry
primary
(01 05)

(1)

secondary
(10 - 45)

ps

all

ps

(2)

(3)

(4)

tertiary
(50- 99)

all

ps

all

estimated
no. of
workers (00)
ps
all

no. of
sample
workers
ps
all

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

rural male
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat

680
576
740
795
772

682
589
748
794
775

115
57
66
78
123

114
55
64
77
122

205
367
194
127
105

204
356
188
129
103

168799
1047
60150
140597
95205

170400
1080
62069
142180
96514

2271
349
1701
2011
1088

2293
356
1757
2039
1101

Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala

595
545
529
747
423

602
570
553
737
439

146
238
256
121
244

143
224
243
134
234

259
218
215
132
334

255
207
204
129
327

31548
10941
12226
69473
49168

32060
11654
12919
70993
51946

603
804
791
1182
1397

616
848
817
1195
1467

Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan

807
729
716
638
706

808
733
716
644
707

112
121
159
186
163

112
120
160
182
163

81
149
125
176
131

80
147
124
174
131

133138
144231
75516
43839
88521

134297
147594
76418
44762
89003

1527
1469
1330
958
1288

1555
1488
1363
974
1311

Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal

568
441
731
541

566
441
730
548

216
181
111
190

214
182
110
187

216
378
159
270

219
376
161
265

118336
5751
342740
175128

119544
5770
354503
180281

1787
575
2495
2082

1802
580
2576
2142

Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh

617
824

621
817

191
74

189
78

192
102

190
106

45630
38410

46198
38855

1053
416

1074
425

North- Eastern
states
Group of UTs

633
464

639
467

104
278

103
276

264
258

259
257

15717
1868

16039
1883

2395
451

2446
464

all- India

688

690

137

136

175

174

1891034

1931007

29539

30216

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Statement 3.11 (contd.) : Per 1000 Distribution of Usually Working Persons by Broad Group of Industry
primary
(01 05)

(1)

secondary
(10 - 45)

ps

all

ps

(2)

(3)

(4)

tertiary
(50- 99)

all

ps

all

estimated
no. of
workers (00)
ps
all

no. of
sample
workers
ps
all

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

rural female
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat

844
928
784
862
914

841
932
840
850
913

104
23
57
94
62

102
22
60
84
66

52
49
159
43
24

58
46
100
65
21

106289
573
13530
22078
41924

116764
602
22671
33112
55669

1568
244
333
428
478

1724
252
520
605
664

Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala

845
931
671
834
382

897
944
870
822
556

53
42
301
131
340

33
31
117
142
237

102
27
28
34
278

70
24
14
36
207

3004
7676
1397
49001
14045

12240
10530
5753
51874
22658

49
501
108
750
474

209
698
317
813
669

Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan

836
905
759
390
872

823
891
733
808
882

141
74
203
135
98

151
85
234
107
76

22
21
38
475
30

26
25
33
85
43

71787
100622
28859
2405
32332

81551
114697
40353
18312
53946

687
975
513
53
479

868
1113
807
389
827

Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal

689
279
884
427

699
256
897
477

242
303
92
468

230
387
79
435

69
418
24
105

71
358
24
88

72907
637
71851
35331

79367
744
115982
49803

1244
65
600
444

1356
82
971
705

Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh

750
948

745
952

228
29

223
26

22
23

32
22

18077
28632

20618
31946

313
318

430
357

North- Eastern
states
Group of UTs

752
656

760
723

96
253

107
202

152
91

133
74

6455
564

7412
706

1090
129

1261
198

all- India

812

818

139

133

49

49

740080

960611

11784

15834

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Statement 3.11 (contd.) : Per 1000 Distribution of Usually Working Persons by Broad Group of Industry
primary
(01 05)

(1)

secondary
(10 - 45)

ps

all

ps

(2)

(3)

(4)

tertiary
(50- 99)

all

ps

all

estimated
no. of
workers (00)
ps
all

no. of
sample
workers
ps
all

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

rural person
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat

743
701
748
804
815

747
712
772
804
825

111
45
64
80
104

109
43
63
79
101

146
254
188
116
80

144
245
165
117
73

275088
1621
73680
162676
137130

287164
1681
84740
175292
152182

3839
593
2034
2439
1566

4017
608
2277
2644
1765

Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala

617
704
543
783
414

683
747
651
773
474

137
157
261
125
265

113
132
204
137
235

246
139
196
92
321

204
120
145
90
291

34552
18617
13623
118474
63213

44300
22184
18673
122866
74603

652
1305
899
1932
1871

825
1546
1134
2008
2136

Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan

818
801
728
625
750

813
802
722
692
773

122
102
171
183
146

127
105
186
160
130

60
97
101
191
104

60
93
92
148
97

204925
244853
104375
46244
120853

215848
262291
116772
63075
142948

2214
2444
1843
1011
1767

2423
2601
2170
1363
2138

Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal

614
425
757
522

619
420
771
533

226
193
107
236

220
206
102
241

160
382
136
242

160
374
127
227

191243
6388
414591
210459

198911
6514
470485
230085

3031
640
3095
2526

3158
662
3547
2847

Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh

655
877

659
878

201
55

200
54

144
68

141
68

63707
67042

66816
70801

1366
734

1504
782

North- Eastern
states
Group of UTs

667
508

677
537

102
272

104
256

231
219

219
207

22172
2432

23452
2589

3485
580

3707
662

all- India

723

732

137

135

140

132

2631115

2891619

41323

46050

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Statement 3.11 (contd.) : Per 1000 Distribution of Usually Working Persons by Broad Group of Industry
primary
(01 05)

(1)

secondary
(10 - 45)

ps

all

ps

(2)

(3)

(4)

tertiary
(50- 99)

all

ps

all

estimated
no. of
workers(00)
ps
all

no. of
sample
workers
ps
all

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

urban male
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana

51
46
161
46
71

51
55
164
50
71

368
220
200
448
320

367
216
199
444
315

581
734
639
506
609

583
730
637
506
614

54703
6216
15773
33825
11963

55299
6348
16100
34161
12180

2641
930
1785
2644
918

2674
950
1820
2663
936

Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh

38
47
74
152
110

51
68
77
210
112

263
224
348
234
275

258
219
347
221
273

699
729
577
615
615

691
713
576
569
615

1270
4802
38599
13533
32344

1295
4923
38881
14854
32716

611
1201
1903
1121
2850

627
1225
1919
1182
2893

Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Orissa

39
286
73
369
93

40
292
109
365
98

390
201
204
161
287

390
201
196
165
282

571
512
723
470
620

571
507
696
470
620

100130
1084
514
718
13018

100797
1099
538
727
13248

5293
546
285
544
1198

5332
560
290
552
1224

Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh

45
49
90
23
78

45
50
91
23
78

379
371
389
101
333

378
370
389
101
331

576
580
520
876
589

577
580
520
876
591

19849
28746
60706
1159
73589

19861
28908
61237
1159
74490

2152
2486
3128
574
6219

2155
2507
3160
574
6319

West Bengal
Delhi
Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh
Uttaranchal

27
9
77
102
34

27
9
77
106
34

401
415
388
298
285

399
413
387
297
282

572
576
535
600
681

574
578
536
598
684

57034
38435
9903
9342
4548

57681
38656
9968
9391
4599

2883
713
1240
584
344

2920
718
1246
587
346

North- Eastern
states
Group of UTs

158
28

164
32

165
268

166
267

676
704

670
702

4278
3747

4330
3768

2394
482

2424
490

63

66

359

356

579

578

637928

645270

45895

46493

all- India

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Statement 3.11 (contd.) : Per 1000 Distribution of Usually Working Persons by Broad Group of Industry
primary
(01 05)

(1)

secondary
(10 - 45)

ps

all

ps

(2)

(3)

(4)

tertiary
(50- 99)

estimated
no. of
workers (00)
ps
all

no. of
sample
workers
ps
all

all

ps

all

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

urban female
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana

130
53
278
110
132

154
203
337
207
244

297
111
182
328
254

306
91
235
305
253

573
836
540
562
614

540
705
428
488
503

15507
1055
1855
5337
1242

17667
1497
2674
6668
2072

853
152
197
396
83

954
183
283
505
166

Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh

235
13
190
155
207

328
353
209
290
223

177
328
389
282
334

162
322
387
253
342

588
658
421
564
459

510
325
404
457
435

402
436
9801
3897
6050

476
940
10518
5198
7453

156
100
520
309
648

204
232
578
416
782

Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Orissa

170
103
71
425
234

189
117
87
425
280

262
287
40
143
235

263
272
39
141
245

569
609
889
432
530

548
611
874
434
476

21832
454
306
471
2705

24968
567
321
483
3398

1112
246
127
314
229

1269
295
139
327
308

Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh

87
183
139
3
76

153
309
203
7
147

302
410
494
55
336

355
375
466
58
375

611
407
367
942
589

492
316
331
935
478

2100
4383
19259
225
9328

2955
6238
22766
247
12706

219
354
1189
106
1077

322
524
1296
111
1481

West Bengal
Delhi
Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh
Uttaranchal

25
9
180
204
192

30
8
200
235
201

452
194
393
342
224

469
213
373
368
237

523
798
428
454
584

501
779
427
397
562

11840
3362
1560
2307
780

13576
3898
1721
2672
909

469
61
152
159
75

588
68
174
176
86

North- Eastern
states
Group of UTs

171
8

174
42

144
185

145
179

685
806

681
779

1673
844

1850
875

924
100

1013
114

all- India

136

183

342

342

522

475

127837

154132

9577

11779

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Statement 3.11 (contd.) : Per 1000 Distribution of Usually Working Persons by Broad Group of Industry
primary
(01 05)

(1)

secondary
(10 - 45)

ps

all

ps

(2)

(3)

(4)

tertiary
(50- 99)

estimated
no. of
workers (00)
ps
all

no. of
sample
worke rs
ps
all

all

ps

all

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

urban person
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana

68
47
173
55
77

76
83
188
75
96

352
204
199
432
314

352
192
204
422
306

579
749
628
513
609

572
725
607
503
598

70210
7271
17629
39162
13205

72967
7845
18774
40829
14252

3494
1082
1982
3040
1001

3628
1133
2103
3168
1102

Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh

86
44
98
153
125

125
114
105
231
132

242
233
356
244
284

232
235
355
230
286

672
723
546
603
591

643
651
540
540
582

1673
5238
48400
17429
38394

1771
5863
49399
20052
40169

767
1301
2423
1430
3498

831
1457
2497
1598
3675

Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Orissa

62
232
72
391
117

69
232
100
389
135

367
227
143
154
278

365
225
137
156
275

571
541
785
455
605

566
542
762
455
590

121962
1538
820
1189
15723

125765
1666
859
1210
16646

6405
792
412
858
1427

6601
855
429
879
1532

Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamil Nadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh

49
67
102
20
77

59
96
121
21
88

371
376
415
93
334

375
371
410
93
338

580
557
483
886
589

566
533
469
886
574

21950
33129
79965
1385
82917

22816
35146
84003
1407
87197

2371
2840
4317
680
7296

2477
3031
4456
685
7800

West Bengal
Delhi
Jharkhand
Chhattisgarh
Uttaranchal

27
9
91
122
58

28
9
95
134
62

410
398
389
307
276

412
395
385
313
274

563
594
520
571
667

560
597
520
553
664

68874
41796
11463
11650
5329

71256
42554
11688
12063
5507

3352
774
1392
743
419

3508
786
1420
763
432

North- Eastern
states
Group of UTs

162
25

167
34

159
253

160
250

679
723

673
716

5951
4590

6181
4643

3318
582

3437
604

75

88

356

354

569

558

765765

799402

55472

58272

all- India

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Appendix Tables

Table 1 : Per 1000 distribution oh households and persons by MPCE class, number per 1000 households of adults and
children by sex in different MPCE classes
all-India
MPCE class (Rs)

no. per
1000 of
hhs

(1)

(2)

no. per
1000 of
persons
(3)

000-225
225-255
255-300
300-340
340-380
380-420
420-470
470-525
525-615
615-775
775-950
950-more
all classes
estd. no (00)
sample no.

41
41
79
79
96
91
103
93
112
128
61
77
1000
1355977
21649

49
51
92
91
102
94
106
94
105
111
50
54
1000
6899880
107691

1411
1696
1540
1698
1570
1720
1773
1705
1739
1587
1614
1414
1635
2217111
35281

1524
1476
1581
1710
1618
1677
1556
1709
1537
1563
1565
1355
1580
2142989
34206

000-300
300-350
350-425
425-500
500-575
575-665
665-775
775-915
915-1120
1120-1500
1500-1925
1925-more
all classes
estd. no (00)
sample no.

33
35
65
77
77
91
98
96
117
135
74
103
1000
518922
35624

46
46
86
94
88
103
103
95
107
110
54
68
1000
2317716
165704

1609
1692
1718
1715
1745
1782
1660
1674
1648
1562
1486
1380
1630
845839
59857

1658
1702
1756
1717
1668
1594
1576
1528
1396
1316
1210
1101
1477
766649
54022

adults

children
all

sex
ratio

estd. no
of
persons

no. of
sample
hhs

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)
Rural

1431
1549
1544
1398
1186
941
1037
918
801
622
620
426
985
1335525
19902

1718
1590
1255
1117
1026
962
881
807
723
617
443
359
888
1204255
18302

6084
6312
5920
5922
5400
5300
5247
5140
4799
4389
4242
3554
5088
6899880
107691

1141
945
920
913
959
991
867
959
890
987
899
932
942
-

335206
350426
634977
630857
703104
652032
734032
647691
727725
762638
348196
372996
6899880
-

743
656
1375
1560
1682
1699
2108
2004
2637
2953
1742
2490
21649
-

1503
1265
1308
1087
853
866
725
675
539
430
320
235
711
368839
27133

1399
1329
1172
947
844
777
738
549
492
343
261
230
648
336388
24692

6169
5988
5954
5465
5111
5018
4699
4427
4075
3652
3278
2946
4466
2317716
165704

982
1025
967
951
967
896
970
884
863
833
814
824
908
-

105543
107352
199492
217672
204679
238021
238431
219940
247190
255715
126257
157424
2317716
-

Urban
1340
1222
2436
2799
2860
3426
3592
3673
4274
4661
2408
2933
35624
-

male

female

male

female

(4)

(5)

(6)

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Table 2R : Quantity (kg 0.00) of consumption of cereals, gram and cereal substitutes per person for a period of 30 days for each MPCE class
Rural
all-India
MPCE class (Rs)
item
(1)
rice
wheat
jowar
bajra
maize
barley
small millets
ragi
total cereals
gram
cereal substitutes
estd. no. of persons (00)
no. of sample hhs

000225

225255

255300

300340

340380

380420

420470

470525

525615

615775

775950

950all classes
more

(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
5.65
5.20
6.43
7.01
7.36
7.14
6.98
6.67
6.74
6.48
6.73
6.78
3.30
4.73
3.95
4.16
4.30
4.55
4.54
4.65
4.89
5.12
5.48
5.62
0.36
0.49
0.38
0.46
0.42
0.46
0.32
0.49
0.36
0.28
0.32
0.33
0.21
0.16
0.30
0.27
0.19
0.24
0.36
0.47
0.55
0.41
0.34
0.24
0.32
0.28
0.30
0.24
0.21
0.26
0.29
0.29
0.21
0.15
0.20
0.22
0.01
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.01
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.01
0.01
0.08
0.05
0.01
0.01
0.02
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.02
0.01
0.02
0.03
0.21
0.11
0.15
0.13
0.13
0.15
0.19
0.09
0.20
0.17
0.20
0.06
10.13 11.03 11.52 12.28 12.63 12.81 12.69 12.66 12.98 12.62 13.31 13.29
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.03
0.01
0.02
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.04
0.06
0.07
0.00
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.05
0.04
0.07
0.07
0.17
0.18
335206 350426 634977 630857 703104 652032 734032 647691 727725 762638 348196 372996
743
656 1375
1560 1682
1699 2108 2004 2637 2953
1742 2490

(14)
6.70
4.59
0.39
0.33
0.24
0.00
0.02
0.15
12.43
0.03
0.05
6899880
21649

no. reporting consumption


estd. no.
hhs per
of persons sample hhs
1000
(00)
(15)
(16)
(17)
933 6512550
20369
761 5551751
15608
87
581842
1410
62
473718
962
70
537162
1905
2
13527
65
8
58153
275
70
422996
1324
987 6880901
21446
146 1038028
913
75
507068
1621
-

Table 2U : Quantity (kg 0.00) of consumption of cereals, gram and cereal substitutes per person for a period of 30 days for each MPCE class
all-India
MPCE class (Rs)
item
(1)
rice
wheat
jowar
bajra
maize
barley
small millets
ragi
total cereals
gram
cereal substitutes
estd. no. of persons (00)
no. of sample hhs

000300

300350

350425

425500

500575

575665

665775

775915

9151120

11201500

15001925

1925all classes
more

(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
4.20
4.84
4.72
5.09
5.33
5.15
5.55
5.31
5.37
4.81
4.90
4.28
4.22
4.47
4.59
4.53
4.40
4.58
4.48
4.58
4.77
4.82
4.51
4.55
0.40
0.49
0.43
0.48
0.28
0.24
0.22
0.19
0.15
0.22
0.10
0.06
0.31
0.08
0.20
0.11
0.18
0.15
0.08
0.08
0.09
0.04
0.01
0.02
0.15
0.10
0.06
0.07
0.03
0.03
0.04
0.02
0.02
0.01
0.01
0.02
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
0.05
0.04
0.05
0.06
0.08
0.06
0.08
0.04
0.08
0.05
0.04
0.06
9.34 10.02 10.04 10.33 10.31 10.23 10.46 10.22 10.47
9.95
9.57
8.99
0.01
0.01
0.02
0.02
0.03
0.03
0.04
0.04
0.05
0.06
0.06
0.08
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.02
0.03
0.04
0.03
0.04
0.04
0.04
0.04
105543 107352 199432 217672 204636 237971 238381 219938 247188 255715 126256 157424
1340 1222 2436
2799 2860
3426 3592 3673 4274 4661
2408 2933

(14)
5.04
4.57
0.26
0.11
0.04
0.00
0.00
0.06
10.08
0.04
0.03
2317508
35624

Urban
no. reporting consumption
estd. no.
hhs per
of persons sample hhs
1000
(00)
(15)
(16)
(17)
923 2234999
32911
870 2131975
31075
79
212903
2022
33
94016
1212
19
55253
982
1
3772
40
5
15182
121
41
97574
1109
950 2289620
34008
216
532766
1709
92
232832
2582
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Table 3R : Value (Rs 0.00) of consumption of cereals, gram and cereal substitutes per person for a period of 30 days for each MPCE class
Rural
all-India
MPCE class (Rs)
item
(1)
rice
wheat
jowar
bajra
maize
barley
small millets
ragi
total cereals
gram
cereal substitutes
estd. no. of persons (00)
no. of sample hhs

000225

225255

255300

300340

340380

380420

420470

470525

525615

615775

775950

950all classes
more

(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
44.20 42.64 53.22 62.15 65.55 64.61 64.09 63.36 65.31 67.08 71.73 77.43
19.25 28.26 24.72 26.08 27.29 28.22 29.33 30.58 32.53 35.71 38.25 42.23
1.58
2.40
1.92
2.60
2.37
2.44
1.86
2.83
2.47
2.05
2.09
2.36
1.11
0.83
1.75
1.54
1.12
1.49
2.22
3.08
3.17
2.51
1.92
1.70
1.65
1.60
1.36
1.18
1.15
1.34
1.47
1.67
1.16
0.86
1.20
1.37
0.04
0.00
0.00
0.02
0.01
0.07
0.00
0.02
0.01
0.01
0.04
0.10
0.32
0.19
0.08
0.08
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.06
0.12
0.08
0.10
0.22
1.28
0.62
0.91
0.74
0.75
0.83
0.96
0.50
1.13
0.95
0.97
0.38
69.43 76.55 83.97 94.38 98.26 99.02 99.96 102.09 105.90 109.24 116.29 125.79
0.16
0.17
0.20
0.53
0.23
0.45
0.51
0.72
0.67
0.85
1.36
1.57
0.04
0.07
0.06
0.10
0.14
0.17
0.40
0.38
0.49
0.67
1.06
1.22
335206 350426 634977 630857 703104 652032 734032 647691 727725 762638 348196 372996
743
656 1375
1560 1682
1699 2108 2004 2637 2953
1742 2490

(14)
62.55
30.06
2.27
1.98
1.30
0.02
0.09
0.84
99.12
0.59
0.37
6899880
21649

no. reporting consumption


estd. no.
hhs per
of persons sample hhs
1000
(00)
(15)
(16)
(17)
933 6512550
20369
761 5551751
15608
87
581842
1410
62
473718
962
70
537162
1905
2
13527
65
8
58153
275
70
422996
1324
987 6880901
21446
146 1038028
913
75
507068
1621
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Table 3U : Vlaue (Rs 0.00) of consumption of cereals, gram and cereal substitutes per person for a period of 30 days for each MPCE class
all-India
MPCE class (Rs)
item
(1)
rice
wheat
jowar
bajra
maize
barley
small millets
ragi
total cereals
gram
cereal substitutes
estd. no. of persons (00)
no. of sample hhs

000300

300350

350425

425500

500575

575665

665775

775915

9151120

11201500

15001925

1925all classes
more

(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
37.32 44.80 46.21 50.62 56.61 57.19 63.17 62.92 66.80 64.35 70.10 67.58
28.64 31.42 33.88 34.38 34.62 37.57 37.50 39.37 42.72 45.76 45.40 50.55
2.50
3.24
2.78
3.22
1.89
1.88
1.61
1.54
1.26
1.80
0.83
0.58
1.70
0.48
1.29
0.66
1.26
1.02
0.55
0.50
0.59
0.26
0.11
0.15
0.64
0.49
0.27
0.37
0.18
0.22
0.26
0.17
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.15
0.00
0.03
0.02
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.02
0.01
0.02
0.00
0.00
0.02
0.01
0.01
0.02
0.02
0.01
0.02
0.03
0.03
0.04
0.03
0.00
0.03
0.29
0.22
0.30
0.39
0.55
0.38
0.52
0.27
0.55
0.36
0.30
0.54
71.09 80.69 84.76 89.67 95.12 98.28 103.66 104.82 112.08 112.67 116.85 119.60
0.28
0.17
0.45
0.40
0.61
0.63
0.85
1.05
1.29
1.39
1.50
2.14
0.13
0.16
0.21
0.25
0.29
0.43
0.51
0.62
0.56
0.68
0.75
0.61
105543 107352 199432 217672 204636 237971 238381 219938 247188 255715 126256 157424
1340 1222 2436
2799 2860
3426 3592 3673 4274 4661
2408 2933

(14)
58.48
38.93
1.90
0.70
0.23
0.01
0.02
0.40
100.67
0.92
0.45
2317508
35624

Urban
no. reporting consumption
estd. no.
hhs per
of persons sample hhs
1000
(00)
(15)
(16)
(17)
923 2234999
32911
870 2131975
31075
79
212903
2022
33
94016
1212
19
55253
982
1
3772
40
5
15182
121
41
97574
1109
950 2289620
34008
216
532766
1709
92
232832
2582
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Appendix Tables

Table 4R : Break-up of total monthly per capita consumer expenditure (MPCE) by broad groups of items for households in
different MPCE classes
all-India

Rural
MPCE class (Rs)

item

(1)
cereal
gram
cereal substitutes
pulses & their products
milk & milk products
edible oil
meat, fish and eggs
vegetables
fruits (fresh)
fruits (dry)
sugar
salt
spices
beverages, refreshments
and processed food
food total
pan
tobacco
intoxicants
pan, tobacco &
intoxicants
fuel and light
clothing
footwear
education
medical (institutional)
medical (noninstitutional)
entertainment
goods prs. care &
effects
toilet articles
sundry articles
misc. consumer goods
consumer services
conveyance
misc. consumer services
rent
taxes and cesses
misc. consumer goods
& services
durable goods
non-food total
total consumer
expenditure
clothing (second hand)
durable goods (second
hand)
estd. no. of hhs (00)
estd. no. of persons (00)

no. reporting consumption


estd. no. no. of
hhs
all
of
sample
per
classes
persons hhds.
1000
(00)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)

000
225

225
255

255
300

300
340

340
380

380
420

420
470

470
525

525
615

615
775

775
950

950
more

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

83.97
0.20
0.06
11.55
14.59
10.73
7.97
20.71
2.45
0.49
6.17
0.78
7.15

94.38
0.53
0.10
12.86
16.24
12.57
10.43
23.34
2.90
0.68
7.84
0.84
8.22

98.26
0.23
0.14
14.62
22.17
13.37
11.71
25.38
3.96
0.68
9.67
0.85
8.98

99.02
0.45
0.17
16.36
30.40
15.47
14.26
26.69
5.20
1.12
10.54
0.92
9.48

99.96 102.09 105.90 109.24


0.51
0.72 0.67 0.85
0.40
0.38 0.49 0.67
16.92 17.62 19.55 21.65
35.48 41.11 56.61 75.03
16.45 18.32 19.88 22.38
16.24 19.44 23.98 26.28
28.29 31.02 32.71 37.73
7.05
6.92 8.49 11.77
1.17
1.84 2.20 2.54
10.77 12.21 14.11 16.19
0.96
1.04 1.08 1.19
10.48 12.36 12.53 14.12

116.29
1.36
1.06
25.02
97.33
25.11
32.69
41.74
15.47
3.17
19.52
1.30
15.61

125.79
1.57
1.22
30.53
139.35
32.52
44.10
52.96
28.17
5.55
24.99
1.54
19.63

99.12
0.59
0.37
16.96
42.97
16.92
17.78
29.29
7.43
1.58
11.69
0.98
10.82

987
146
75
971
764
984
624
986
765
244
952
983
985

6880901
1038028
507068
6781485
5505663
6860349
4266469
6879749
5383511
1759516
6703833
68548
6871584

21446
3638
1621
20834
16202
21214
14779
21428
16372
4654
20472
21367
21348

4.78 7.21 8.65 11.61 12.51 15.26 17.80 21.52 24.56 35.42 42.81
125.98 151.56 175.47 202.53 222.53 245.35 262.49 286.59 322.78 375.05 438.47
0.68 0.70 0.96 1.39 2.06 2.23
2.26
3.20 3.39 2.99 4.47
3.22 5.11 6.33 5.76 6.87 7.16
7.18
8.60 10.33 12.01 11.22
1.28 2.13 1.80 2.37 3.04 3.83
3.59
3.65 6.35 5.58 6.77

79.85
587.77
3.48
16.78
11.98

22.07
278.57
2.35
8.36
4.22

969
998
310
662
190

6726120
6897404
2368668
4855962
1302260

20883
21636
7151
14080
4379

69.43 76.55
0.16 0.17
0.04 0.07
7.94 9.42
4.34 8.96
7.86 10.03
5.12 5.60
14.75 18.10
1.22 1.67
0.22 0.34
4.21 6.09
0.66 0.75
5.25 6.60

5.18 7.94 9.08 9.52 11.97 13.23


19.78 23.84 26.11 27.60 31.90 34.98
14.91 21.44 21.43 25.69 27.91 29.86
1.60 2.35 2.35 2.99 3.51 3.90
2.04 2.77 4.15 5.12 5.68 6.04
1.30 0.74 1.78 1.56 2.26 2.35

13.03
39.21
33.60
4.83
7.85
5.05

15.44
43.92
36.60
5.49
9.94
5.76

20.07
48.12
42.00
6.23
14.85
8.70

20.57
56.79
47.57
7.74
16.51
13.52

22.46
67.11
57.38
9.69
27.90
17.76

32.24
87.02
84.18
14.00
50.76
46.98

14.93
41.39
35.94
5.20
11.55
7.79

745
993
995
957
599
147

5423347
6889554
6886695
6694012
4774016
1125165

16029
21576
21542
20740
12865
3633

8.99 12.32 15.34 16.80


1.13 0.89 0.85 1.04

23.43
1.53

31.24
1.89

29.47
2.70

38.25 49.96
3.49 5.45

93.16
9.37

25.95
2.18

678 4951342
205 1455563

13866
4465

0.10 0.11 0.27 0.63 0.48 0.69


4.83 5.17 7.08 7.67 8.89 9.50
4.08 5.56 6.05 6.64 7.59 8.54
9.13 11.01 14.53 15.82 17.81 19.78
4.81 5.44 6.23 8.00 8.84 9.39
1.56 3.09 2.97 4.70 5.58 7.87
6.37 8.52 9.20 12.70 14.42 17.27
0.08 0.36 0.17 0.06 0.17 0.54
0.12 0.14 0.22 0.27 0.35 0.49

0.87
11.35
9.40
23.15
13.05
8.67
21.72
0.28
0.59

1.12
12.57
10.61
26.19
12.22
11.05
23.27
1.30
0.74

1.41
13.99
11.78
29.87
13.99
13.59
27.58
1.36
0.89

1.95
18.49
15.08
39.00
17.41
23.09
40.51
6.26
1.16

2.69
19.88
16.82
44.84
28.27
41.59
69.86
4.07
2.04

5.27
29.23
24.56
68.44
61.01
88.23
149.25
18.44
2.92

1.19
12.14
10.31
25.82
14.26
15.06
29.33
2.30
0.76

170
990
993
998
937
706
961
65
293

1285993
6857511
6874598
6897466
6600723
4990861
6732130
371609
1890719

3882
21420
21464
21613
19749
15544
20560
1690
6017

15.70 20.03 24.13 28.85 32.75 38.07 45.74 51.51 59.70 86.94 120.82
2.81 3.95 4.35 5.49 6.09 7.92
8.11
8.93 13.08 18.03 42.19
68.30 88.72 102.36 119.14 137.42 153.15 180.85 208.83 242.22 305.90 415.26

239.04
103.04
750.42

58.20
15.38
216.34

999 6898083
987 6825495
1000 6899880

21625
21034
21649

194.29 240.29 277.83 321.67 359.94 398.50 443.34 495.43 565.01 680.95 853.73
0.24 0.60 0.23 0.27 0.32 0.15
0.21
0.39 0.26 0.28 0.23
0.01 0.06 0.06 0.17 0.19 0.12
0.02
0.10 0.11 0.08 2.28

1338.18
0.19
3.10

494.90
0.27
0.37

1000 6899880
70 482122
12
81816

21649
2180
245

55099 55517 107254 106521 130216 123034 139894 126014 151628 173778 82086

104937

1355977

335206 350426 634977 630857 703104 652032 734032 647691 727725 762638 348196

372996

6899880

4.98
0.11

5.68
0.16

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Appendix Tables

Table 4U : Break-up of total monthly per capita consumer expenditure (MPCE) by broad groups of items for households in different MPCE classes
all-India

Urban
no. reporting consumption
MPCE class (Rs)
item

(1)
cereal
gram
cereal substitites
pulses & their products
milk & milk products
edible oil
meat, fish and eggs
vegetables
fruits (fresh)
fruits (dry)
sugar
salt
spices
beverages, refreshments
and processed food
food total
pan
tobacco
intoxicants
pan, tobacco &
intoxicants
fuel and light
clothing
footwear
educatio
medical (institutional)
medical (noninstitutional)
entertainment
goods prs. care & effects
toilet articles
sundry articles

estd. no. of no. of sample


persons
hhds.
(00)
(16)
(17)

000300

300 350

350 425

425 500

500 575

575 665

665 775

775 915

915 1120

1120 1500

1500 1925

1925 more

all
classes

hhs per
1000

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

(15)

71.09
0.28
0.13
10.39
11.55
10.23
6.93
17.25
1.95
0.55
6.50
0.73
6.67

80.67
0.17
0.16
13.80
20.03
12.63
10.01
22.80
3.21
0.83
8.29
0.83
8.11

84.78
0.44
0.21
14.98
26.49
15.65
13.59
26.40
4.00
1.18
9.84
0.95
9.39

89.66
0.40
0.25
16.70
34.09
17.95
16.64
29.99
6.02
1.46
11.26
1.08
11.11

95.12
0.60
0.29
18.44
42.31
19.43
19.99
33.08
7.27
1.58
12.15
1.13
11.84

98.28
0.63
0.43
19.80
54.80
22.51
23.38
37.34
8.85
2.06
12.94
1.23
12.57

103.66 104.83
0.82
1.05
0.51
0.62
21.40 24.03
66.35 80.24
23.87 26.93
26.29 29.13
38.70 43.16
11.47 14.82
2.56
3.37
13.78 15.67
1.32
1.44
13.52 14.81

112.09
1.29
0.56
26.84
96.74
30.17
34.33
50.53
18.53
4.20
16.72
1.57
16.20

112.65
1.39
0.68
28.68
125.08
34.29
35.90
55.27
25.30
5.95
18.07
1.64
17.34

116.86
1.50
0.75
31.52
146.14
37.06
50.12
62.49
31.61
8.42
18.48
1.74
19.02

119.53
2.14
0.61
33.60
192.77
40.49
61.19
74.88
52.43
15.32
21.23
1.85
22.11

100.67
0.92
0.45
22.14
75.91
24.89
27.65
41.74
15.33
3.84
14.12
1.32
13.84

950
216
92
938
881
942
607
945
881
382
927
943
942

2285682
530998
232825
2272475
2142317
2277254
1465022
2282556
2075822
951827
2249329
22769
2279785

34008
1709
2582
45935
31151
33757
21762
33861
30465
12062
33269
33794
33788

15.62 18.64 24.84 29.23 33.95


197.17 226.53 261.44 292.45 328.78
1.52
2.62
2.27
3.14
3.09
4.63
5.24
6.81
6.80
7.40
2.69
2.20
3.69
3.90
4.79

41.45 48.90
365.70 409.00
2.88
3.58
7.09
7.98
4.37
6.05

60.44
470.22
3.62
10.31
5.96

84.39
546.62
3.77
10.49
4.72

116.09
641.80
4.62
13.42
6.36

227.89
866.05
4.60
19.84
16.37

57.69
400.51
3.15
8.70
5.22

993
998
244
419
113

2302851
2312579
632895
1052220
275069

35343
35580
9889
15831
3891

11.01
155.26
0.96
4.63
1.95
7.55
27.86
19.64
2.68
4.39
0.79

8.84
35.24
25.79
3.57
6.07
1.30

10.06
40.34
29.16
4.23
9.35
2.31

12.77
49.00
32.69
4.92
13.15
3.61

13.85
55.84
38.16
5.92
17.25
4.38

15.27
63.35
42.15
7.34
24.40
5.35

14.34
69.53
47.18
8.67
31.35
6.58

17.61
79.33
55.12
10.25
39.48
10.23

19.89
89.74
63.41
12.29
55.04
11.90

18.98
105.85
79.14
16.07
78.01
19.98

24.41
123.35
99.43
19.18
119.60
30.97

40.81
172.24
173.31
31.17
253.13
99.84

17.07
76.76
58.13
10.50
51.70
15.15

540
988
996
981
705
154

1350024
2307042
2305281
2281511
1810799
390681

20342
35112
35503
34912
24498
5715

8.41
0.83
0.29
7.02
5.75

9.22
1.07
0.30
9.71
8.05

13.12
2.34
0.49
11.34
8.86

17.65
2.83
0.75
13.83
11.07

20.34
4.47
0.83
16.30
12.54

24.13
4.85
1.02
18.32
14.32

34.04
7.50
1.20
20.16
16.38

34.44
10.00
1.54
24.59
19.14

49.16
12.22
2.23
28.51
22.40

54.57
18.78
3.65
34.51
27.38

71.82
25.48
4.83
41.75
32.78

116.16
46.67
8.79
58.83
46.99

37.70
11.10
2.09
23.89
18.90

670
455
208
998
991

1647482
1051010
499178
2311242
2301647

23612
14552
7655
35521
35389

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Table 4U : Break-up of total monthly per capita consumer expenditure (MPCE) by broad groups of items for households in different MPCE classes
all-India

Urban
no. reporting consumption
MPCE class (Rs)
item
000300

(1)
misc. consumer goods
consumer services
conveyance
misc. consumer services
rent
taxes and cesses
misc. consumer goods &
services
durable goods
non-food total
total consumer
expenditure
clothing (second hand)
durable goods (second
hand)
imputed rent
estd. no. of hhs (00)
estd. no. of persons (00)
no. of sample persons

(2)
13.89
6.00
3.32
9.32
2.47
0.86

300 350
(3)
19.12
7.23
4.37
11.60
3.85
1.27

350 425
(4)
23.03
9.64
6.79
16.43
8.73
1.56

425 500
(5)
28.49
11.04
9.42
20.46
9.68
1.97

500 575
(6)
34.14
13.27
15.56
28.83
15.49
2.57

575 665
(7)
38.51
16.24
20.71
36.96
19.69
3.49

665 775
(8)
45.25
20.46
26.34
46.80
27.44
4.84

775 915

915 1120

1120 1500

1500 1925
(12)
104.85
108.31
152.75
261.06
108.65
15.84

1925 more

all
classes

hhs per
1000

(9)
55.27
28.26
39.13
67.38
37.44
6.60

(10)
65.37
39.57
52.33
91.90
42.87
7.88

(11)
84.32
64.88
84.64
149.52
68.29
12.48

(13)
161.28
266.14
338.38
604.53
236.05
31.79

(14)
55.98
45.45
57.96
103.40
45.77
7.37

(15)
999
953
783
977
358
481

208.03
25.48
534.95

estd. no. of no. of sample


persons
hhds.
(00)
(16)
(17)
2312760
35580
2232193
33630
1830056
26923
2275876
34750
698258
11492
1214049
8865

26.53
2.71
100.57

35.85 49.75 60.60 81.03 98.66


3.91
4.64
8.20
7.92
9.86
129.78 162.98 202.59 244.70 290.52

124.33 166.69
13.79 17.28
349.81 430.43

314.60 490.40 1033.64


47.45
69.97 242.07
734.64 1049.13 2162.37

212.52
34.44
513.98

999
992
1000

2312973
2302360
2313561

20689
34936
41746

255.83
0.71

326.94 389.51 464.04 537.15 619.30


0.25
0.44
0.30
0.30
0.30

715.52 839.43 1005.17 1281.26 1690.94 3028.42


0.19
0.28
0.23
0.21
0.15
0.29

914.49
0.29

1000
47

2313561
114692

41746
2564

0.02
0.14
0.06
0.14
0.19
0.17
0.43
0.41
0.67
0.86
3.68
6.38
0.94
39.86
47.10 63.58 73.50 81.95 100.02 113.48 139.42 176.37 231.61 321.93 594.19 161.03
17108 17900 33384 39785 40000 47427 50609 49615 60577 69927 38476 53281 518090
105543 107167 198559 217432 204384 237900 237691 219598 246838 255298 126190 156959 2313561
8634
7661 14528 15910 15515 17693 17326 16592 17720 17273
8062
8747 165661

11
638

28152
1616746

319
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Table 5: Per 1000 distribution of households by food availability status for each MPCE class
all-India

MPCE class (Rs)


(1)
000 - 225
225 - 255
255 - 300
300 - 340
340 - 380
380 - 420
420 - 470
470 - 525
525 - 615
615 - 775
775 - 950
950 - more
all classes
estd.no. of hhs (00)
no. of sample hhs

909
938
947
969
957
965
987
991
992
993
994
992
975

only some
months of the
year
(3)
67
40
41
24
25
32
11
7
7
7
6
6
19

1318355
21020

25633
395

throughout the
year
(2)

no

all

(4)
25
22
12
7
18
3
2
2
2
1
0
2
6

(5)
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

(6)
55099
55517
107254
106521
130216
123034
139894
126014
151628
173778
82086
104937
1355977

Rural
no. of
sample
households
(7)
743
656
1375
1560
1682
1699
2108
2004
2637
2953
1742
2490
21649

8458
173

1352447
21588

estd. no. of
households

Urban
000 - 300
300 - 350
350 - 425
425 - 500
500 - 575
575 - 665
665 - 775
775 - 915
915 - 1120
1120 - 1500
1500 - 1925
1925 - more
all classes

955
980
982
991
989
997
993
998
997
998
1000
1000
993

29
15
12
5
7
1
6
2
3
1
0
0
4

17
5
6
4
4
2
1
0
0
1
0
0
2

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

17108
17928
33508
39828
40050
47437
50745
49683
60665
70021
38518
53430
518922

1340
1222
2436
2799
2860
3426
3592
3673
4274
4661
2408
2933
35624

estd.no. of hhs (00)


no. of sample hhs

515127
35286

2288
160

1127
119

518542
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Table 6R: Per 1000 distribution of persons by level of education for each age-group
all-India
Male

age-group

(1)
0-4
5-6
7-9
10-14
15-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60 & above
5 -9
7 & above
15-49
15 & above
age not
recorded
all
estd. no. of
persons (00)
no. of sample
persons

Rural

1
7
7
1
1
5
12
12
32
16
24
43
27
24
7
13
13
16

21
386
765
250
82
68
91
98
97
109
106
92
130
127
607
181
91
97

0
2
26
444
177
123
138
142
136
158
133
135
124
119
16
178
146
142

0
1
3
185
341
247
221
237
171
163
159
114
128
65
2
183
236
204

0
0
0
9
174
172
121
98
94
71
97
99
60
45
0
86
126
112

0
0
0
1
54
114
81
63
51
39
42
23
23
7
0
41
66
54

0
0
0
0
1
15
17
3
11
3
12
2
2
1
0
5
9
7

0
0
0
0
1
46
57
62
57
50
43
31
22
18
0
28
42
38

(11)
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

estd.
no. of
persons
per
1000
(12)
119
54
76
127
108
73
73
72
63
55
43
36
27
72
130
827
488
624

1000
384

0
11

0
174

0
147

0
151

0
71

0
34

0
4

0
23

1000
1000

1362719

40447

616194

522034

536963

252836

120973

15812

83146

19323

670

9696

8474

8872

4562

2003

279

1280

not
literate
(2)
978
603
200
110
167
209
262
283
349
391
383
462
485
595
369
284
272
330

literate
without
formal
schooling

literate
but
below
primary

primary

middle

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

secondary

higher
secondary

diploma/
certificate
course

graduate
& above

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

all

estd.
no. of
persons
(00)

no. of
sample
person

(13)
420828
192961
268277
452658
381989
269217
257605
255432
224371
193994
151382
127294
97466
257310
461238
2936994
1733989
2216059

(14)
6081
2854
3917
7029
5744
4528
4157
3762
3729
3100
2714
2079
1593
3862
6771
46214
27734
35268

0
1000

339
3551123

10
55159

3551123

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Table 6R: Per 1000 distribution of persons by level of education for each age-group
all-India
Female

age-group

(1)
0-4
5-6
7-9
10-14
15-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60 & above
5 -9
7 & above
15-49
15 & above
age not
recorded
all
estd. no. of
persons (00)
no. of sample
persons

Rural

not
literate
(2)
968
579
267
213
318
443
512
616
650
693
750
818
882
896
398
526
541
616

literate
without
formal
schooling

literate
but
below
primary

primary

middle

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

secondary

higher
secondary

diploma
/certificate
course

graduate
& above

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

all

estd.
no. of
persons
per
1000

estd. no.
of
persons
(00)

no. of
sample
person

1
12
4
6
5
7
17
16
9
14
9
14
13
14
7
10
11
12

30
405
703
255
69
78
81
65
68
95
43
38
29
34
579
148
72
63

0
3
20
364
149
125
118
104
111
72
84
64
31
36
12
130
114
98

0
0
6
150
250
137
157
118
94
77
73
46
23
11
3
109
139
113

0
0
0
11
148
132
59
48
35
31
27
15
17
2
0
49
77
61

0
0
0
1
52
40
28
16
17
15
5
1
1
0
0
17
28
21

0
0
0
0
3
5
3
1
3
0
2
0
2
0
0
2
3
2

0
0
0
0
5
33
26
16
13
3
6
3
0
6
0
10
16
13

(11)
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

(12)
110
52
73
124
85
86
86
71
67
49
48
36
33
76
125
838
496
640

(13)
368178
174890
243714
416434
284867
297381
289292
237024
223837
164196
161147
120237
111147
252747
418604
2802023
1657744
2141875

(14)
5618
2743
3670
6243
4805
4615
4486
3923
3659
2735
2561
1891
1626
3889
6413
44103
26784
34190

1000
577

0
9

0
148

0
109

0
91

0
41

0
14

0
1

0
9

1000
1000

0
1000

401
3345491

15
52479

1931415

30650

495641

365989

305737

136200

46346

4892

28620

3345491

28202

543

7807

6366

5667

2432

904

120

438

52479

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Table 6R: Per 1000 distribution of persons by level of education for each age-group
all-India
Person

age-group

(1)
0-4
5-6
7-9
10-14
15-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60 & above
5 -9
7 & above
15-49
15 & above
age not
recorded
all
estd. no. of
persons (00)
no. of sample
persons

Rural

not
literate
(2)
973
592
232
159
232
332
394
443
499
530
572
635
696
744
382
402
404
471

literate
without
formal
training

literate
but
below
primary

primary

middle

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

secondary

higher
secondary

diploma/
certificate
course

graduate
& above

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

all

estd.
no. of
persons
per
1000

estd. no.
of
persons
(00)

no. of
sample
person

1
9
6
3
3
6
14
14
21
15
16
29
20
19
7
12
12
14

25
395
736
253
76
73
85
83
83
102
74
66
76
81
593
165
82
80

0
2
23
406
165
124
127
124
124
118
108
100
74
78
14
155
130
120

0
1
4
168
302
189
187
180
133
124
115
81
72
38
3
147
189
159

0
0
0
10
163
151
89
74
65
53
61
58
37
24
0
68
102
87

0
0
0
1
53
75
53
40
34
28
23
12
11
4
0
29
47
38

0
0
0
0
2
10
10
2
7
2
7
1
2
1
0
4
6
5

0
0
0
0
3
39
41
40
35
28
24
17
10
12
0
19
29
26

(11)
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

(12)
114
53
74
126
97
79
79
71
65
52
45
36
30
74
128
832
492
632

(13)
789006
367851
511991
869093
666855
566598
546897
492456
448209
358190
312529
247531
208613
510057
879842
5739017
3391734
4357934

(14)
11699
5597
7587
13272
10549
9143
8643
7685
7388
5835
5275
3970
3219
7751
13184
90317
54518
69458

1000
478

0
10

0
161

0
129

0
122

0
56

0
24

0
3

0
16

1000
1000

0
1000

739
6896614

25
107638

3294134

71097

1111835

888023

842700

389036

167319

20703

111766

6896614

47525

1213

17503

14840

14539

6994

2907

399

1718

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Table 6U: Per 1000 distribution of persons by level of education for each age-group
all-India
Male

Urban

age-group

not
literate

literate
without
formal
schooling

literate
but
below
primary

primary

middle

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

0-4
5-6
7-9
10-14
15-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60 & above
5 -9
7 & above
15-49
15 & above
age not
recorded
all
estd. no. of
persons (00)
no. of sample
persons

secondary

higher
secondary

diploma/
certificate
course

graduate
& above

all

estd.
no. of
persons
per
1000

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

estd. no.
of persons
(00)

no. of
sample
person

(13)

(14)

918
379
124
68
80
82
95
144
152
156
152
154
178
238
229
122
116
131

2
12
11
1
4
9
6
14
11
13
14
38
24
31
12
12
9
13

80
601
830
216
43
40
56
51
69
58
64
73
100
103
736
134
53
60

0
7
32
458
139
121
105
110
133
139
144
99
149
154
22
165
126
128

0
0
3
240
321
215
206
197
170
191
149
131
165
128
2
194
218
203

0
0
0
17
246
136
180
163
154
167
148
190
159
149
0
141
175
173

0
0
0
1
154
225
123
91
96
80
87
77
55
53
0
95
132
119

0
0
0
0
8
34
27
29
21
16
17
26
19
13
0
17
22
21

0
0
0
0
5
139
202
201
193
180
224
214
150
130
0
121
149
151

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

87
42
60
114
113
85
85
79
72
64
52
40
29
60
102
871
567
696

105650
51108
73217
138392
137311
125117
102746
95517
87344
77582
62774
48018
35391
72799
124325
1056208
688390
844599

7885
3772
5321
10112
9669
8623
7450
6489
6326
5462
4512
3367
2446
5453
9093
75230
48531
59797

1000
203

0
11

0
149

0
144

0
169

0
122

0
83

0
15

0
105

1000
1000

0
1000

131
1213097

15
86902

245721

13137

180513

174288

204693

148573

100397

17887

127889

1213097

18689

919

13254

12089

14934

10823

6742

1158

8294

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Table 6U: Per 1000 distribution of persons by level of education for each age-group
all-India
Female

Urban

age-group

not
literate

literate
without
formal
training

(1)

(2)

(3)

0-4
5-6
7-9
10-14
15-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60 & above
5-9
7 & above
15-49
15 & above
age not
recorded
all
estd. no. of
persons (00)
no. of sample
persons

literate
but
below
primary

primary

middle

secondary

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

higher
secondary

diploma/
certificate
course

gradua te
& above

all

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

estd.
no. of
persons
per
1000
(12)

estd. no.
of persons
(00)

no. of
sample
person

(13)

(14)

929
410
123
92
105
172
255
322
320
334
371
486
503
617
241
269
250
311

3
9
2
1
4
8
12
12
26
14
13
18
35
32
5
13
12
15

68
575
833
214
59
49
45
54
62
59
61
69
78
83
728
133
55
60

0
5
37
413
114
110
117
114
139
107
124
107
117
108
24
150
118
116

0
0
4
259
300
178
167
168
152
162
140
112
107
74
3
171
190
170

0
0
0
18
245
149
121
98
122
130
139
84
78
41
0
108
149
132

0
0
0
1
157
151
105
76
51
60
46
41
27
12
0
68
101
85

0
0
0
0
8
10
11
12
6
13
6
6
6
2
0
7
9
8

0
0
0
0
7
173
166
144
123
121
100
77
48
31
0
82
116
103

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

90
41
59
115
108
90
90
77
81
59
50
39
26
73
100
869
558
695

98864
45146
65454
126442
119177
102414
99273
84739
89113
65025
55051
42797
28463
79972
110599
957921
614793
766025

7297
3416
4838
9107
8241
7451
6924
6115
5928
4597
3913
2861
2236
5717
8254
67928
43169
53983

1000
334

0
12

0
145

0
131

0
148

0
94

0
59

0
6

0
71

1000
1000

0
1000

148
1102079

12
78653

368183

12772

159943

143832

163478

103261

65571

6303

78736

1102079

26460

949

11435

10366

11638

7691

4596

481

5037

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Table 6U: Per 1000 distribution of persons by level of education for each age-group
all-India
Person

Urban

age-group

not
literate

literate
without
formal
schooling

literate
but
below
primary

primary

middle

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

0-4
5-6
7-9
10-14
15-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60 & above
5-9
7 & above
15-49
15 & above
age not
recorded
all
estd. no. of
persons (00)
no. of sample
persons

secondary

higher
secondary

diploma/
certificate
course

graduate
& above

all

estd.
no. of
persons
per
1000

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

estd. no.
of persons
(00)

no. of
sample
person

(13)

(14)

923
394
124
80
92
123
174
228
237
237
254
310
323
436
235
192
179
216

2
11
7
1
4
8
9
13
18
14
14
28
29
32
8
12
11
14

74
589
832
215
50
44
51
53
66
58
63
71
90
93
732
133
54
60

0
6
34
437
128
116
111
112
136
124
135
103
135
130
23
158
122
122

0
0
3
249
311
198
187
183
161
178
145
122
139
100
2
183
205
187

0
0
0
18
246
142
151
132
138
150
144
140
123
93
0
125
163
153

0
0
0
1
155
192
114
84
74
71
68
60
43
32
0
82
117
103

0
0
0
0
8
23
19
21
13
15
12
16
13
7
0
12
16
15

0
0
0
0
6
154
184
174
158
153
166
149
104
78
0
103
134
128

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

88
42
60
114
111
87
87
78
76
62
51
39
28
66
101
870
563
696

204515
96254
138670
264835
256488
227532
202020
180256
176456
142607
117825
90816
63854
152771
234924
2014129
1303183
1610624

15182
7188
10159
19219
17910
16074
14374
12604
12254
10059
8425
6228
4682
11170
17347
143158
91700
113780

1000
265

0
11

0
147

0
137

0
159

0
109

0
72

0
10

0
89

1000
1000

0
1000

279
2315176

27
165555

613904

25908

340456

318121

368171

251834

165967

24190

206625

2315176

45149

1868

24689

22455

26572

18514

11338

1639

13331

165555

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Table 7R: Per 1000 distribution of households by occupancy status of the dwelling unit for selected states
all-India

Rural
state

(1)
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamilnadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Jharkhand
Chattisgarh
all-India

owned
(2)
846
770
931
984
958
975
942
953
904
909
962
891
948
940
960
845
967
976
968
946
907
929

hired
(3)
101
17
28
6
26
18
50
44
56
43
18
75
26
38
22
136
25
8
7
49
65
43

no
dwelling
(4)
0
4
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
1

others
(5)
53
210
42
10
16
7
7
4
40
48
19
33
25
22
18
19
7
16
17
6
25
27

total
(6)
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

estd. no.
of hhs
(00)
(7)
134997
1374
38518
97525
57707
24892
8708
8226
51978
43521
84182
107356
54427
29456
64279
98447
4690
221234
127082
33677
31411
1355977

no. of sample
hhs
(8)
1800
365
1116
1456
724
428
636
508
813
1168
1006
1108
997
625
921
1534
468
1702
1459
758
312
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Table 7U: Per 1000 distribution of households by occupancy status of the dwelling unit for selected states
all-India

Urban
state

owned

hired

no
dwelling

others

total

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamilnadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Delhi
Jharkhand
Chattisgarh
all-Indi a

488
153
680
745
762
501
820
523
748
703
562
854
383
719
538
672
769
489
750
713
646
541
540
548
607

472
201
273
201
187
423
153
409
199
259
377
143
379
262
388
288
183
467
222
237
289
432
303
344
337

0
0
0
0
2
7
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
2
0
19
0
5
0
1
4
11
14
2

40
646
48
54
50
70
26
68
53
38
61
1
238
12
72
40
29
44
19
50
65
24
145
94
53

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

estd. no.
of hhs
(00)
(7)
47288
282
13567
27813
9366
1239
3991
29310
12851
24438
81142
965
688
632
11387
15546
21476
53814
1123
52074
48152
29924
8840
8226
518922

no. of sample
hhs
(8)
2140
160
1444
1909
683
560
855
1424
1006
2130
4077
477
320
468
991
1583
1801
2654
542
4175
2316
540
1048
463
35624

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Table 8R : Per 1000 distribution of households by type of dwelling unit and type of structure for selected states
Rural
katcha
state

chwal/
basti

(1)

(2)

Andhra Pradesh

independent
house
(3)

semi-pucca
flat

all

chwal/
basti

(4)

(5)

(6)

independent
house
(7)

pucca

flat
(8)

all

chwal/
basti

(9)

(10)

independent
house
(11)

all
flat

all

chwal/
basti

(12)

(13)

(14)

independent
house
(15)

flat

all

(16)

(17)

estd. no.
of hhs
(00)

no. of
sample
hhs

(18)

(19)

51

145

28

225

11

197

213

21

483

58

563

83

825

92

1000

134997

308

442

757

55

61

116

13

113

126

376

615

1000

1364

362

Assam

53

577

631

23

252

275

84

93

85

914

1000

38501

1113

Bihar

32

409

447

12

263

282

258

272

52

929

19

1000

97525

1456

Gujarat

55

129

185

85

279

365

17

412

22

451

157

821

22

1000

57707

724

Haryana

91

92

214

222

663

18

686

10

968

23

1000

24892

428

Himachal Pradesh

25

86

113

35

368

25

428

431

22

459

66

885

49

1000

8693

631

Jammu & Kashmir

162

168

43

450

503

277

49

329

47

889

64

1000

8220

507

11

109

119

33

345

379

79

418

502

123

872

1000

51524

812

88

96

11

195

207

19

665

13

697

38

948

14

1000

43521

1168

Arunachal Pradesh

Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh

1800

278

282

44

470

514

20

183

203

68

931

1000

84149

1005

41

118

159

139

291

13

444

103

293

397

283

703

14

1000

107262

1106

Orissa

195

458

653

20

143

165

176

182

221

776

1000

54403

996

Punjab

26

28

21

157

22

200

13

734

26

773

35

917

48

1000

29443

623

Rajasthan

14

243

260

157

171

547

14

569

31

948

21

1000

64279

921

Tamil Nadu

30

298

330

16

248

10

274

381

12

396

49

927

25

1000

98403

1533

Tripura

Maharashtra

20

858

878

83

83

38

38

20

979

1000

4690

468

Uttar Pradesh

233

246

31

305

341

23

372

18

413

62

910

28

1000

221108

1698

West Bengal

127

376

503

16

313

330

141

20

166

148

830

22

1000

125930

1453

Jharkhand

17

504

522

53

309

363

98

13

115

74

912

14

1000

33676

757

Chattishgrh

34

281

314

85

556

641

39

45

125

875

1000

31327

311

all-India
average MPCE (Rs)

42
383

253
410

5
462

300
407

35
442

276
449

5
467

316
449

23
573

341
594

21
740

384
598

100
450

870
496

31
638

1000
495

1353904

21616

estd. no. of hhs (00)

56383

342781

6369

405532

47937

373456

6577

427970

30679

461336

28386

520402

134999

1177574

41332

1353904

897

5604

85

6586

625

5984

162

6771

414

7384

461

8259

1936

18972

708

21616

no. of sample hhs

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Table 8U : Per 1000 distribution of households by type of dwelling unit and type of structure for selected states
Urban
katcha
state

chwal/
basti

(1)

(2)

independent
house
(3)

semi-pucca
flat

all

chwal/
basti

(4)

(5)

(6)

independent
house
(7)

pucca

flat

all

chwal/
basti

(8)

(9)

(10)

independent
house
(11)

all
flat

all

chwal/
basti

(12)

(13)

(14)

independent
house
(15)

flat

all

estd. no.
of hhs
(00)

(16)

(17)

(18)

no. of
sample
hhs
(19)

Andhra Pradesh

16

59

10

85

37

107

18

162

26

531

195

753

79

698

224

1000

47183

Assam

74

311

393

13

194

13

220

22

299

67

387

109

803

88

1000

5112

774

Bihar

17

79

99

19

160

22

201

32

480

187

699

68

719

213

1000

13564

1443

Gujarat

28

35

56

52

108

77

501

279

857

161

559

280

1000

27813

1908

Haryana

2135

24

29

20

54

74

25

817

55

897

50

895

55

1000

9351

679

Himachal Pradesh

30

29

65

10

111

26

147

14

526

248

788

54

666

280

1000

1230

552

Jammu & Kashmir

18

25

205

213

18

592

152

762

39

804

157

1000

3986

853

Karnataka

17

46

64

44

162

210

104

530

92

726

165

738

96

1000

29294

1418

Kerala

11

34

47

29

116

151

23

605

174

802

63

756

182

1000

12851

1006

Madhya Pradesh

23

56

79

36

231

275

39

518

88

645

99

805

96

1000

24342

2125

Maharashtra

27

17

47

133

61

197

273

273

209

755

434

351

215

1000

81039

4060

Manipur

66

169

11

246

101

482

31

614

85

47

141

176

736

89

1000

963

476

Meghalaya

63

70

116

121

540

263

809

13

719

268

1000

686

319

Mizoram

123

130

24

410

51

485

14

245

125

385

45

778

176

1000

617

461

Orissa

102

139

241

30

159

196

24

408

130

563

157

706

137

1000

11367

989

Punjab

13

16

47

72

10

778

127

915

31

833

136

1000

15536

1581

Rajasthan

42

44

10

39

55

16

729

156

901

28

810

163

1000

21061

1795

Tamil Nadu

32

50

15

98

26

155

43

224

21

434

222

678

80

640

280

1000

53739

2651

Tripura

25

442

468

241

243

260

28

289

28

943

29

1000

1110

537

Uttar Pradesh

59

70

42

122

170

38

562

160

760

86

744

171

1000

52050

4168

West Bengal

33

54

89

89

100

197

56

404

254

714

177

557

265

1000

48025

2309

Delhi

15

17

18

180

487

297

965

204

497

299

1000

29776

538

Jharkhand

39

130

171

61

183

15

259

72

291

207

570

171

604

225

1000

8702

1030

41

45

81

292

373

70

354

158

582

155

687

158

1000

8106

460

23

47

74

53

110

11

174

85

475

191

752

162

632

206

1000

517322

35505

Chattishgrh
all-India
average MPCE (Rs)

552

507

845

536

636

586

720

607

854

910

1486

1025

738

825

1428

914

estd. no. of hhs (00)

11975

24161

2095

38231

27590

57001

5679

90269

44064

245749

99008

388821

83629

326911

106782

517322

846

1997

110

2953

1676

4778

400

6854

2445

17507

5746

25698

4967

24282

6256

35505

no. of sample hhs

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Table 9R : Per 1000 distribution of households by primary source of energy for cooking for different MPCE classes
Rural
no. of hhs

primary source of energy for cooking


MPCE class (Rs )

(1)
000 - 225
225 - 255
255 - 300
300 - 340
340 - 380
380 - 420
420 - 470
470 - 525
525 - 615
615 - 775
775 - 950
950 - more
all classes

coke
(2)

firewood
and
chips
(3)

LPG

gobar
gas

dung
cake

charcoal

kerosene

electricity

others

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

no
cooking
arrangement
(11)

all

estd.
(00)

sample

(12)

(13)

(14)

6
1
18
8
10
19
20
12
11
11
6
27
13

781
859
827
824
842
808
812
805
754
698
591
450
754

3
13
23
2
7
12
18
33
53
144
218
324
72

0
4
0
2
3
1
1
0
8
3
13
7
3

77
81
98
111
87
118
114
95
108
81
105
50
95

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0

6
2
2
9
6
11
11
21
20
35
47
109
24

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
5
1

70
40
32
40
42
30
22
33
41
8
14
6
29

58
0
1
3
2
0
3
1
4
18
4
21
8

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

55099
55428
107254
106472
130208
123034
139812
125950
151569
173754
82086
104832
1355497

743
655
1375
1558
1681
1698
2104
2003
2636
2952
1742
2484
21631

average MPCE (Rs)

479

463

858

699

463

637

745

933

403

743

495

estd. no. of hhs (00)

17895

1022404

97631

4664

129150

335

32310

976

39650

10482

1355497

379

16321

1930

72

1581

659

20

491

174

21631

sample no. of hhs

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Table 9U : Per 1000 distribution of households by primary source of energy for cooking for different MPCE classes
Urban
no. of hhs

primary source of energy for cooking


MPCE class (Rs)

(1)

coke
(2)

firewood
and
chips
(3)

LPG

gobar
gas

dung
cake

charcoal

kerosene

electricity

others

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

no
cooking
arrangement
(11)

all

estd.
(00)

sample

(12)

(13)

(14)

000 - 300
300 - 350
350 - 425
425 - 500
500 - 575
575 - 665
665 - 775
775 - 915
915 - 1120
1120 - 1500
1500 - 1925
1925 - more
all classes

52
125
64
73
65
48
52
26
27
10
3
9
38

622
542
540
459
337
259
202
130
84
42
22
12
210

33
74
115
208
266
358
475
572
593
695
691
758
474

2
21
1
0
3
1
2
2
1
0
0
1
2

60
60
36
29
21
16
12
14
6
9
4
4
17

0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
1

120
122
174
187
265
283
225
223
247
164
180
57
194

0
1
1
3
4
4
2
1
4
3
3
8
3

44
25
47
27
19
13
7
8
3
8
2
2
13

66
29
21
12
20
16
22
22
35
69
94
149
48

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

17091
17928
33501
39826
40029
47431
50719
49595
60619
69961
38403
53307
518409

1339
1221
2434
2798
2857
3423
3589
3665
4271
4652
2403
2930
35582

average MPCE (Rs)

572

513

1209

547

573

681

731

1095

536

1770

914

estd. no. of hhs (00)

19948

108702

245652

969

8761

312

100496

1611

6867

25090

518409

1369

8481

16712

35

726

66

6170

117

370

1536

35582

sample no. of hhs

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Table 10 : Per 1000 distribution of households by primary source of energy for lighting for different MPCE classes
all-India

Rural
no. of hhs

primary source of energy for lighting


MPCE
class (Rs)

000 - 225
225 - 255
255 - 300
300 - 340
340 - 380
380 - 420
420 - 470
470 - 525
525 - 615
615 - 775
775 - 950
950 - more
all classes
average MPCE (Rs)
estd. no. of hhs (00)
no. of sample hhs

kerosene

718
710
637
629
606
578
572
442
439
291
212
148
479
408
649525
9000

other
oil

0
13
1
0
7
7
2
0
1
6
17
0
4
469
5681
58

gas

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
529
340
9

candle

electricity

others

no
lighting
arrangements

0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
495
646
16

266
268
359
364
384
405
412
554
551
698
757
848
509
579
690042
12295

0
0
2
0
0
0
5
0
3
1
5
1
2
562
2179
80

15
8
1
6
2
7
7
3
3
3
9
3
5
438
6715
172

all

estd.
(00)

1000
54634
1000
55428
1000
107254
1000
106516
1000
130127
1000
122999
1000
139834
1000
126014
1000
151628
1000
173729
1000
82082
1000
104884
1000 1355128
495
1355128
21630
-

sample

741
655
1375
1559
1680
1696
2106
2004
2637
2950
1740
2487
21630
Urban

000 - 300
300 - 350
350 - 425
425 - 500
500 - 575
575 - 665
665 - 775
775 - 915
915 - 1120
1120 - 1500
1500 - 1925
1925 - more
all classes
average MPCE (Rs)
estd. no. of hhs (00)
no. of sample hhs

425
344
237
190
120
73
65
43
28
23
14
4
90
457
46640
3560

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
849
193
35

0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1042
185
21

2
0
1
0
3
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
588
367
28

571
654
760
805
876
924
931
953
968
975
982
994
906
962
470221
31839

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
832
87
13

2
2
2
4
1
1
4
3
1
1
2
2
2
738
1040
97

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
914
518731
35593

17108
17928
33487
39794
40042
47414
50741
49638
60665
70017
38518
53381
518731
-

1340
1222
2433
2796
2857
3418
3590
3667
4274
4657
2408
2931
35593
-

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Table 11R : Average covered area of dwelling unit for households occupying different types of
dwelling in each state

state
(1)
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujrat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamilnadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Jharkhand
Chattisgarh
North-Eastern States
Groups od UTs
all-India

Rural
average covered area (sq. metre) of dwelling unit of type
estd. no.
no. of
independent
chwal/bustee
flat
all
of hhs
sample
house
(00)
hhs
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
16.20
82.08
44.41
33.64
34.97
125.42
22.68
46.53
34.37
61.78
30.79
28.98
30.56
46.34
25.81
21.96
24.19
66.70
41.67
33.84
40.40
66.67
16.75
35.95

27.03
61.69
47.45
41.20
53.30
38.73
44.28
56.94
39.76
62.47
45.16
37.72
34.01
47.19
43.06
32.36
26.57
58.12
34.46
49.05
63.32
43.32
34.24
43.63

21.69
24.16
28.74
29.52
24.14
40.77
39.00
20.05
30.37
46.23
23.16
32.51
161.02
18.94
60.24
35.16
46.00
38.10
32.58
36.25
0.00
56.23
32.76
28.34

25.64
68.83
47.18
40.59
49.77
39.61
42.58
54.10
38.75
62.22
44.15
35.17
33.61
45.79
42.88
31.95
26.53
58.17
35.41
47.75
60.94
52.27
30.86
42.46

134997
1374
38518
97525
57707
24892
8708
8226
51978
43521
84182
107356
54427
29456
64279
98447
4690
221234
127082
33677
31411
12850
1429
1355977

1800
365
1116
1456
724
428
636
508
813
1168
1006
1108
997
625
921
1534
468
1702
1459
758
312
2622
408
21649

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Table 11U : Average covered area of dwelling unit for households occupying different types of
dwelling in each state
Urban

state
(1)
Andhra Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu & Kashmir
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Orissa
Punjab
Rajasthan
Tamilnadu
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal
Delhi
Jharkhand
Chattisgarh
North-Eastern States
Groups od UTs
all-India

average covered area (sq. metre) of dwelling unit of type


estd. no.
no. of
independent
chwal/bustee
flat
all
of hhs
sample
house
(00)
hhs
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
23.74
31.32
28.94
27.04
37.09
17.81
28.53
31.72
50.27
28.55
18.69
34.66
61.94
94.69
25.87
30.57
25.28
22.33
44.69
22.41
114.10
22.60
31.16
28.79
165.26
15.51
32.63

31.94
42.74
42.32
47.03
46.03
40.13
83.01
44.79
72.95
71.45
38.26
74.99
40.39
52.11
37.26
41.90
47.68
42.38
32.37
49.56
47.93
38.23
53.65
45.46
48.71
45.78
46.15

27.40
43.96
24.61
47.98
23.69
24.98
37.72
46.39
43.32
42.12
46.65
51.04
17.39
49.40
30.43
25.18
44.35
29.67
46.39
31.39
41.25
49.58
41.05
47.47
36.09
31.08
38.55

30.22
41.54
37.63
44.07
44.32
34.55
73.74
42.76
66.15
64.36
31.56
65.66
34.52
53.41
34.53
39.27
45.62
37.17
33.08
44.14
57.83
38.38
48.12
42.79
56.13
37.41
42.34

47288
5123
13567
27813
9366
1239
3991
29310
12851
24438
81142
965
688
632
11387
15546
21476
53814
1123
52074
48152
29924
8840
8226
4247
3082
518922

2140
776
1444
1909
683
560
855
1424
1006
2130
4077
477
320
468
991
1583
1801
2654
542
4175
2316
540
1048
463
3035
504
35624

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Table 12 : Per 1000 distribution of households by social group for each MPCE class
no. per 1000 hhs in the i-th MPCE class among the hhs
of social group
MPCE class (Rs)

ST

SC

OBC

others

all social
groups

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

estd. no.
of
persons
(00)
(7)

no. of
sample
hhs

000 - 225
225 - 255
255 - 300
300 - 340
340 - 380
380 - 420
420 - 470
470 - 525
525 - 615
615 - 775
775 - 950
950 - more
all classes

252
152
148
133
143
103
86
88
68
61
51
44
101

281
433
204
245
255
229
295
209
210
146
123
85
216

270
292
486
435
362
395
364
441
354
407
336
308
381

196
123
162
186
239
273
256
262
368
386
490
564
303

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

335206
350426
634977
630857
703104
652032
734032
647691
727725
762638
348196
372996
6899880

(8)
Rural
743
656
1375
1560
1682
1699
2108
2004
2637
2953
1742
2490
21649

average MPCE (Rs)

408

426

478

589

495

648588

1405932

2727152

2116316

6899880

3113

3920

7665

6939

21649

Urban

73
79
46
39
47
44
41
27
37
24
27
19
37

248
244
214
218
166
198
197
143
118
61
75
39
143

393
371
426
379
382
305
322
327
268
240
207
140
296

286
306
315
365
404
451
439
502
577
673
692
801
524

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

105543
107352
199432
217672
204636
237971
238381
219938
247188
255715
126256
157424
2317508

1340
1222
2436
2799
2860
3426
3592
3673
4274
4661
2408
2933
35624

749

670

745

1096

914

78362

349333

701423

1187395

2317508

2120

4376

10557

18557

35624

estd. no. of persons (00)


no. of sample hhs

000 - 300
300 - 350
350 - 425
425 - 500
500 - 575
575 - 665
665 - 775
775 - 915
915 - 1120
1120 - 1500
1500 - 1925
1925 - more
all classes
average MPCE (Rs)
estd. no. of persons (00)
no. of sample hhs

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Table 13R : Per 1000 distribution of households by household type for each MPCE class
Rural

000 - 225
225 - 255
255 - 300
300 - 340
340 - 380
380 - 420
420 - 470
470 - 525
525 - 615
615 - 775
775 - 950
950 - more
all classes

no. per 1000 of hhs for MPCE classes by hh type


selfselfagr.
other
others
empl. in
empl. in
labour
labour
non-agr.
agr.
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
114
529
43
185
130
116
494
74
286
28
132
392
51
244
169
158
377
94
289
81
119
327
129
346
78
131
333
90
371
75
188
292
71
364
85
162
268
97
386
86
139
211
65
470
114
156
150
129
372
188
141
114
97
430
218
128
74
87
357
353
144
274
89
356
135

average MPCE (Rs)


estd. no. of persons (00)
estd. no. of hhs (00)
no. of sample hhs

495
1046971
195170
4037

MPCE class (Rs)


(1)

390
1734703
371993
4880

509
569975
121225
2398

519
2725181
482086
7236

631
810910
182587
3053

(7)
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

estd no.
of hhs
(00)
(8)
55099
55517
107254
106521
130216
123034
139894
126014
151628
173778
82086
104937
1355977

no. of
sample
hhs
(9)
743
656
1375
1560
1682
1699
2108
2004
2637
2953
1742
2490
21649

495
6899880
1355977
21649

all

Table 13U : Per 1000 distribution of households by household type for each MPCE class
Urban

MPCE class (Rs)


(1)
000 - 300
300 - 350
350 - 425
425 - 500
500 - 575
575 - 665
665 - 775
775 - 915
915 - 1120
1120 - 1500
1500 - 1925
1925 - more
all classes
average MPCE (Rs)
estd. no. of persons (00)
estd. no. of hhs (00)
no. of sample hhs

no. per 1000 of hhs for MPCE classes by hh type


regular
selfcasual
others
all
wage/salary
employed
labour
earning
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
359
140
401
94
1000
353
192
396
57
1000
412
265
264
59
1000
381
297
265
53
1000
439
271
228
61
1000
393
391
147
69
1000
405
398
142
54
1000
358
468
98
75
1000
343
487
57
112
1000
291
548
44
114
1000
253
587
22
138
1000
272
518
11
199
1000
350
419
134
96
1000
862
931425
181443
14214

1057
940425
217632
13823

525
312050
69470
4402

1192
129558
49617
3114

914
2317508
518922
35624

17108
17928
33508
39828
40050
47437
50745
49683
60665
70021
38518
53430
518922

no. of
sample
hhs
(8)
1340
1222
2436
2799
2860
3426
3592
3673
4274
4661
2408
2933
35624

estd no. of
hhs (00)
(7)

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Table 14: Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons by current weekly activity for each age-group: all-India
all-India
current weekly
activity
status
industry
(1)
(2)

age group (years)


30-34
35-39 40-44 45-49

0-4

5-9

10-14

15-19

20-24

25-29

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

01-05
0
2
10-45
0
0
50-93
0
0
01-93
0
2
0
0
31,71 &
01-05
72
10-45
0
0
50-99
0
0
01-99
0
0
0
0
01-05
41 &51
10-45
0
0
50-93
0
0
01-93
0
1
0
2
01-05
11-72
10-45
0
1
50-99
0
0
01-99
0
3
0
0
81 & 82
x
0
3
11-82
x
0
693
91
x
92
x
0
2
93
x
0
1
94 - 97
x
0
301
98
x
0
0
99
x
1000
0
91-99
x
1000
997
1000 1000
11-99
x
118
130
per 1000 distn. of persons
estd. no. of persons (00)
420902 461579
no. of sample persons
6083
6776

31
4
4
40
3
1
1
5
22
6
1
28
57
11
5
73
3
76
790
8
10
116
0
0
924
1000
127

246
26
32
304
5
7
28
39
119
46
15
180
369
79
75
523
23
546
374
9
4
67
0
0
454
1000
108

337
37
69
443
7
21
39
67
189
64
29
283
534
123
137
794
60
853
97
6
2
41
1
0
147
1000
76

352
62
112
526
9
20
45
74
254
55
17
326
615
137
174
926
30
957
13
6
1
21
1
0
43
1000
73

361
57
100
518
7
33
89
129
199
75
48
322
566
166
237
969
9
977
0
1
4
16
1
0
23
1000
72

360
65
103
528
12
25
96
133
231
57
21
309
603
147
220
970
10
980
0
6
1
10
3
0
20
1000
63

452705
7033

382250
5745

269217
4528

257637
4158

255460
3764

224381
3732

11,12,21
61, 62

(9)

(10)

50-54

55-59

(12)

(13)

(14)

396
67
105
568
15
20
91
125
213
29
19
261
625
115
215
955
6
961
1
2
4
31
1
0
39
1000
43

435
51
68
554
11
15
115
140
209
36
5
250
655
101
188
944
10
954
1
0
1
42
2
0
46
1000
36

494
63
55
612
5
14
63
82
211
13
10
233
710
90
128
927
1
928
0
1
2
68
0
0
72
1000
27

194690 151382 127317


3102 2715
2082

97466
1593

(11)
411
66
100
577
8
22
76
106
190
84
17
291
609
173
192
974
8
982
0
1
4
13
1
0
18
1000
55

(17)

rural male
no. of persons
total estimated sample
(00)
(18)
(19)
(20)

359
50
76
485
8
18
57
82
189
50
20
258
555
117
153
826
19
845
78
5
3
69
1
0
155
1000
624

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
0
0
1000
1000
0

228
32
48
308
5
11
36
52
121
32
12
165
354
74
96
525
12
537
240
4
3
97
1
118
463
1000
1000

257310 2217111
3862
35281

339
10

3552636
55183

60 & 15 &
above above
(15)
(16)
407
38
45
490
2
3
3
9
145
8
4
157
554
49
52
656
3
659
3
5
4
328
1
0
341
1000
72

n.r.

811418
112587
171153
1095158
18501
39230
127364
185095
428341
112641
43719
584701
1258260
264459
342236
1864954
43286
1908240
851216
14573
11450
344048
2205
420902
1644396
3552636
X
X
X

11826
2645
2937
17408
367
908
1948
3223
5451
2152
809
8412
17644
5705
5694
29043
844
29887
13318
253
244
5358
40
6083
25296
55183
X
X
X

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Table 14 (contd.): Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons by current weekly activity for each age-group: all-India
all-India
current weekly
activity
status
industry
(1)
(2)

age group (years)


30-34
35-39 40-44 45-49

0-4

5-9

10-14

15-19

20-24

25-29

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

01-05
0
3
24
10-45
0
0
6
50-93
0
0
1
01-93
0
3
31
0
0
0
31,71 &
01-05
72
10-45
0
0
0
50-99
0
0
0
01-99
0
0
0
0
0
21
01-05
41 &51
10-45
0
0
2
50-93
0
0
1
01-93
0
1
24
0
3
46
01-05
11-72
10-45
0
0
8
50-99
0
0
2
01-99
0
4
56
0
0
2
81 & 82
x
0
4
57
11-82
x
0
641
653
91
x
92
x
0
6
103
93
x
0
6
49
94 - 97
x
0
343
138
98
x
0
0
0
99
x
1000
0
0
91-99
x
1000
996
943
1000 1000
1000
11-99
x
per 1000 distn. of persons
110
125
125
estd. no. of persons (00)
368276 418817 416762
no. of sample persons
5621
6420
6246

71
27
2
101
0
3
1
5
61
15
1
78
132
46
5
183
7
190
266
322
152
70
1
0
810
1000

120
37
4
161
1
4
5
9
115
12
1
128
236
53
10
298
7
305
30
421
205
38
2
0
695
1000

114
38
5
157
1
10
8
19
137
14
1
152
252
62
14
329
5
333
3
406
218
39
1
0
667
1000

181
32
9
222
4
7
19
30
138
14
6
157
322
53
34
409
6
415
2
314
242
26
1
0
585
1000

206
35
12
253
4
4
12
20
150
43
6
199
360
82
30
473
14
487
1
285
196
30
1
0
513
1000

85
285177
4812

89
297405
4617

86
289301
4487

71
237024
3923

67
223837
3659

11,12,21
61, 62

(9)

(10)

50-54

55-59

(12)

(13)

(14)

198
66
13
277
2
1
8
11
112
13
1
126
313
80
22
414
3
417
2
358
183
41
0
0
583
1000

184
42
7
233
2
2
7
11
156
4
2
162
341
49
17
406
6
412
0
308
195
85
0
0
588
1000

180
38
14
232
0
2
12
14
84
4
2
90
264
43
28
335
1
335
0
353
215
96
1
0
665
1000

82
9
9
100
3
1
2
6
44
2
1
48
130
12
12
154
2
156
3
283
131
427
0
0
844
1000

49
48
36
164196 161171 120251
2735 2563
1892

33
111162
1627

76
253465
3891

(11)
214
35
15
264
1
2
8
11
136
16
2
154
351
52
25
429
4
433
2
275
257
33
0
0
567
1000

(17)

rural female
no. of persons
total estimated sample
(00)
(18)
(19)
(20)

144
34
8
186
2
4
8
14
111
14
2
127
256
53
18
327
6
333
41
338
196
92
1
0
667
1000

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
0
0
1000
1000

95
23
5
123
1
3
5
9
74
9
2
85
170
35
12
217
4
221
188
230
133
119
1
110
779
1000

640
2142989
34206

0
401
15

1000
3347244
52508

60 & 15 &
above above
(15)
(16)

n.r.

319452
75753
17756
412961
3808
8922
16747
29477
246188
31582
5339
283109
569448
116257
39842
725547
13048
738595
628133
768769
443747
398011
1712
368276
2608649
3347244
X
X
X

5355
1759
475
7589
79
229
373
681
3031
514
116
3661
8465
2502
964
11931
237
12168
10125
11791
6667
6115
21
5621
40340
52508
X
X
X

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Table 14 (contd.): Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons by current weekly activity for each age-group: all-India
all-India
current weekly
activity
status
industry
(1)
(2)

age group (years)


30-34
35-39 40-44 45-49

0-4

5-9

10-14

15-19

20-24

25-29

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

01-05
0
2
10-45
0
0
50-93
0
0
01-93
0
3
0
0
31,71 &
01-05
72
10-45
0
0
50-99
0
0
01-99
0
0
0
0
01-05
41 &51
10-45
0
0
50-93
0
0
01-93
0
1
0
3
01-05
11-72
10-45
0
1
50-99
0
0
01-99
0
3
0
0
81 & 82
x
0
3
11-82
x
0
668
91
x
92
x
0
4
93
x
0
3
94 - 97
x
0
321
98
x
0
0
99
x
1000
0
91-99
x
1000
997
1000 1000
11-99
x
per 1000 distn. of persons
114
128
estd. no. of persons (00)
789178 880396
no. of sample persons
11704 13196

28
5
3
36
2
1
0
3
22
4
1
26
52
9
4
65
2
67
724
53
29
126
0
0
933
1000

171
26
19
217
3
5
16
25
94
33
9
136
268
65
45
378
16
394
328
143
67
68
0
0
606
1000

223
37
35
295
4
12
21
37
151
37
14
202
377
86
70
534
32
565
62
224
108
40
1
0
435
1000

226
50
55
331
5
15
26
45
192
33
9
234
423
98
90
610
17
627
8
218
116
31
1
0
373
1000

274
45
56
375
5
21
55
81
169
46
28
243
449
112
139
699
7
707
1
152
119
21
1
0
293
1000

283
50
57
391
8
15
54
77
190
50
14
254
482
115
125
722
12
734
0
145
99
20
2
0
266
1000

126
869467
13279

97
667428
10557

82
566621
9145

79
546939
8645

71
492484
7687

65
448218
7391

11,12,21
61, 62

(9)

(10)

50-54

55-59

(12)

(13)

(14)

294
66
58
418
8
10
48
66
161
21
10
191
464
97
115
676
4
680
1
185
96
36
0
0
320
1000

313
47
38
398
6
9
63
78
183
20
4
207
502
76
105
683
8
691
0
150
95
63
1
0
309
1000

326
50
33
409
3
7
35
45
143
8
6
157
472
65
74
611
1
612
0
189
115
83
0
0
388
1000

52
45
36
358886 312553 247568
5837 5278
3974

30
208628
3220

(11)
321
52
61
434
5
13
45
63
166
53
10
228
491
118
116
724
6
731
1
126
120
22
0
0
269
1000

(17)

rural person
no. of persons
total estimated sample
(00)
(18)
(19)
(20)

253
42
43
338
5
11
33
49
150
32
11
194
408
85
87
581
12
593
60
168
98
80
1
0
407
1000

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
0
0
1000
1000

164
27
27
219
3
7
21
31
98
21
7
126
265
55
55
375
8
384
214
114
66
108
1
114
616
1000

74
632
510775 4360100
7753
69487

0
739
25

1000
6899880
107691

60 & 15 &
above above
(15)
(16)
246
23
27
296
3
2
3
7
95
5
2
103
343
31
32
407
3
409
3
143
67
377
1
0
591
1000

n.r.

1130871
188340
188908
1508119
22309
48152
144112
214573
674528
144223
49058
867810
1827708
380716
382078
2590502
56334
2646835
1479350
783342
455198
742059
3918
789178
4253045
6899880
X
X
X

17181
4404
3412
24997
446
1137
2321
3904
8482
2666
925
12073
26109
8207
6658
40974
1081
42055
23443
12044
6911
11473
61
11704
65636
107691
X
X
X

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Table 14 (contd.): Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons by current weekly activity for each age-group: all-India
all-India
current weekly
activity
status
industry
(1)
(2)
11,12,21
61, 62

01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
31,71 &
01-05
72
10-45
50-99
01-99
01-05
41 &51
10-45
50-93
01-93
01-05
11-72
10-45
50-99
01-99
81 & 82
x
11-82
x
91
x
92
x
93
x
94 - 97
x
98
x
99
x
91-99
x
11-99
x
per 1000 distn. of persons
estd. no. of persons (00)
no. of sample persons

age group (years)


30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49

0-4

5-9

10-14

15-19

20-24

25-29

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
1000
1000
87

0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
3
0
0
3
4
0
4
814
3
0
179
0
0
996
1000
103

2
3
8
13
0
6
8
13
4
11
10
25
5
20
26
52
3
55
840
6
2
97
0
0
945
1000
114

9
31
67
108
0
39
45
85
10
73
36
119
20
144
147
311
47
357
568
7
1
66
0
0
643
1000
113

19
60
170
249
1
106
145
252
12
91
36
140
32
257
352
641
88
729
237
4
3
27
1
0
271
1000
103

25
95
225
345
3
130
207
340
16
107
54
177
43
332
486
862
75
937
38
5
1
20
0
0
63
1000
85

26
101
270
397
2
174
251
428
13
80
32
124
41
355
553
949
33
982
1
4
0
12
0
0
18
1000
79

105708 124555
7893 9105

138445
10120

137534
9679

125391
8632

103004
7455

95577
6497

(9)

50-54

55-59

(12)

(13)

(14)

34
86
300
420
2
134
272
409
19
73
43
134
55
294
615
963
15
978
1
1
1
18
1
0
22
1000
72

26
35
87 107
277 235
390 377
3
4
158 165
281 296
443 465
20
16
77
62
29
35
127 112
50
55
323 334
587 566
960 955
5
10
965 965
0
0
1
3
1
1
22
29
11
2
0
0
35
35
1000 1000
64
52

45
78
238
362
3
142
340
486
13
40
16
70
62
261
595
917
7
924
3
8
1
63
1
0
76
1000
40

37
87
212
335
5
129
258
392
41
37
20
98
83
253
489
825
5
830
0
9
0
160
1
0
170
1000
29

87376
6335

77757 62795
5467 4515

48031
3369

35499
2450

(10)

(11)

(17)

urban male
no. of persons
total estimated sample
(00)
(18)
(19)
(20)

28
75
204
307
2
114
192
307
16
72
34
122
46
261
430
736
37
774
133
5
1
86
1
0
226
1000
696

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
0
0
1000
1000
0

20
53
143
215
2
80
134
216
11
51
25
88
32
184
302
519
26
545
272
4
1
89
1
87
455
1000
1000

72875 845839
5458 59857

131
15

1214678
86990

60 & 15 &
above above
(15)
(16)
56
63
161
279
2
21
35
58
18
18
12
48
76
102
208
385
6
391
4
10
1
593
0
0
609
1000
60

n.r.

23701
64217
173844
261762
1918
96857
163132
261907
13797
62531
30451
106779
39416
223605
367427
630448
32006
662454
330141
5335
1295
108505
1241
105708
552224
1214678
X
X
X

2019
6524
13222
21765
161
5881
10984
17026
804
3830
1997
6631
2984
16235
26203
45422
1999
47421
22974
411
110
8142
39
7893
39569
86990
X
X
X

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Table 14 (contd.): Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons by current weekly activity for each age-group: all-India
all-India
current weekly
activity
status
industry
(1)
(2)
11,12,21
61, 62

01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
31,71 &
01-05
72
10-45
50-99
01-99
01-05
41 &51
10-45
50-93
01-93
01-05
11-72
10-45
50-99
01-99
81 & 82
x
11-82
x
91
x
92
x
93
x
94 - 97
x
98
x
99
x
91-99
x
11-99
x
per 1000 distn. of persons
estd. no. of persons (00)
no. of sample persons

age group (years)


30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49

0-4

5-9

10-14

15-19

20-24

25-29

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
1000
1000
90

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
784
5
2
209
0
0
999
1000
100

1
7
4
12
0
1
7
8
2
3
2
8
3
11
12
27
0
27
793
72
14
94
0
0
973
1000
115

4
31
8
43
0
6
24
30
5
7
4
16
9
44
37
89
6
95
525
283
51
47
0
0
905
1000
108

7
23
12
41
0
11
35
46
8
13
5
26
15
46
52
114
20
133
152
566
106
43
0
0
867
1000
93

7
29
20
56
2
13
59
75
8
23
7
37
17
65
86
168
17
186
12
651
128
23
0
0
814
1000
90

10
33
35
79
1
13
80
93
18
20
17
55
29
66
132
227
3
230
2
633
106
28
0
0
770
1000
77

98891 110652
7301 8263

126697
9116

119194
8245

102552
7457

99395
6931

84788
6122

(9)

50-54

55-59

(12)

(13)

(14)

11
42
40
93
1
12
70
83
11
29
16
57
22
84
126
232
2
234
1
620
111
34
0
0
766
1000
81

10
19
37
34
33
33
80
86
0
2
9
10
71
69
80
82
12
20
22
23
17
17
51
59
22
41
67
67
121 118
211 226
2
1
213 227
1
1
631 651
125
96
30
25
0
0
0
0
787 773
1000 1000
59
50

18
31
37
87
1
16
77
94
12
17
14
42
31
64
129
223
0
223
2
602
82
89
0
0
777
1000
39

17
25
33
74
1
2
44
47
12
10
16
38
29
37
93
160
1
161
1
647
80
111
0
0
839
1000
26

89260
5931

65114 55092
4601 3915

42797
2861

28465
2238

(10)

(11)

(17)

urban female
no. of persons
total estimated sample
(00)
(18)
(19)
(20)

9
30
25
64
1
10
51
61
10
17
11
38
20
56
87
163
7
170
105
551
93
81
0
0
830
1000
695

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
0
0
1000
1000
0

6
22
18
46
0
7
36
43
7
12
8
27
14
41
62
117
5
121
242
392
67
88
0
90
879
1000
1000

79993 766649
5721 54022

148
12

1103038
78714

60 & 15 &
above above
(15)
(16)
6
18
20
44
0
1
8
9
6
5
9
21
12
24
37
73
0
73
5
449
48
425
0
0
927
1000
73

n.r.

7164
24058
19342
50563
527
7442
39858
47827
8181
13196
8783
30160
15872
44695
67983
128551
5240
133791
267476
432084
73566
97199
30
98891
969247
1103038
X
X
X

725
2788
1413
4926
20
586
2438
3044
474
812
530
1816
1219
4186
4381
9786
387
10173
19084
29240
5444
7464
8
7301
68541
78714
X
X
X

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Table 14 (contd.): Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons by current weekly activity for each age-group: all-India
all-India
current weekly
activity
status
industry
(1)
(2)

age group (years)


30-34
35-39 40-44 45-49

0-4

5-9

10-14

15-19

20-24

25-29

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

01-05
0
0
10-45
0
0
50-93
0
0
01-93
0
0
0
0
31,71 &
01-05
72
10-45
0
0
50-99
0
0
01-99
0
0
0
0
01-05
41 &51
10-45
0
0
50-93
0
1
01-93
0
2
0
0
01-05
11-72
10-45
0
0
50-99
0
2
01-99
0
3
0
0
81 & 82
x
0
3
11-82
x
0
800
91
x
92
x
0
4
93
x
0
1
94 - 97
x
0
193
98
x
0
0
99
x
1000
0
91-99
x
1000
997
1000 1000
11-99
x
88
101
per 1000 distn. of persons
estd. no. of persons (00)
204599 235208
no. of sample persons
15194 17368

1
5
6
13
0
3
7
11
3
7
6
17
4
16
20
40
2
42
818
38
8
96
0
0
958
1000
114

7
31
40
77
0
24
35
59
8
42
21
71
14
97
96
208
28
236
548
135
24
57
0
0
764
1000
111

13
43
99
156
1
63
96
160
10
56
22
89
25
162
217
404
57
461
198
257
49
34
0
0
539
1000
98

16
63
124
203
2
73
134
210
12
65
31
108
30
201
290
521
47
568
25
322
63
21
0
0
432
1000
87

19
69
160
247
2
98
171
271
15
52
25
92
35
219
355
610
19
629
2
300
50
20
0
0
371
1000
78

22
64
169
255
1
73
170
244
15
51
29
95
38
188
368
594
8
602
1
314
57
26
0
0
398
1000
76

265142
19236

256728
17924

227943
16089

202400
14386

180365
12619

176636
12266

11,12,21
61, 62

(9)

(10)

50-54

55-59

(12)

(13)

(14)

28
73
140
241
3
93
190
286
18
44
26
87
48
209
357
614
6
620
0
306
46
27
1
0
380
1000
51

32
56
144
232
2
83
216
301
12
29
15
57
47
168
375
590
4
594
3
288
39
76
1
0
406
1000
39

28
59
132
219
3
73
163
239
28
25
18
71
59
157
313
529
3
532
0
293
36
138
1
0
468
1000
28

142870 117886
10068 8430

90829
6230

63964
4688

(11)
19
64
166
249
2
90
186
277
16
52
24
92
37
206
375
618
4
622
1
288
57
26
6
0
378
1000
62

(17)

urban person
no. of persons
total estimated sample
(00)
(18)
(19)
(20)

19
54
119
192
2
64
125
190
13
46
23
82
34
164
266
464
23
487
119
265
45
84
1
0
513
1000
696

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
0
0
1000
1000
0

13
38
83
135
1
45
88
134
9
33
17
59
24
116
188
327
16
344
258
189
32
89
1
88
656
1000
1000

152868 1612488
11179 113879

279
27

2317716
165704

60 & 15 &
above above
(15)
(16)
30
39
87
156
1
11
21
32
12
11
11
34
42
61
119
222
3
225
5
239
26
505
0
0
775
1000
66

n.r.

30865
88275
193186
312325
2445
104298
202990
309734
21979
75727
39234
136939
55289
268300
435410
758999
37246
796245
597617
437419
74861
205703
1271
204599
1521471
2317716
X
X
X

2744
9312
14635
26691
181
6467
13422
20070
1278
4642
2527
8447
4203
20421
30584
55208
2386
57594
42058
29651
5554
15606
47
15194
108110
165704
X
X
X

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Table 15: Per thousand distribution of males, female and persons by principal usual activity category for each age group: all-India
all-India
usual activity

rural male
0-4

status
(1)
11,12,21

industry
(2)

(3)

5-9
(4)

01-05
0
2
10-45
0
0
50-93
0
0
01-93
0
2
0
0
31
01-05
10-45
0
0
50-99
0
0
01-99
0
0
0
0
41
x
51
01-05
0
0
10-45
0
0
50-93
0
0
01-93
0
0
41 & 51
01-93
0
0
0
2
11-51
01-05
10-45
0
1
50-99
0
0
01-99
0
2
0
0
81
x
11-81
x
0
2
0
736
91
x
92
x
0
1
93
x
0
2
94
x
0
0
95
x
0
0
96
x
0
0
97
x
0
258
99
x
1000
0
91-99
x
1000
998
11-99
x
1000 1000
estd. no. of persons (00) 420902 461579
no. of sample persons
6083 6776

10-14

15-19

20-24

25-29

age group (years)


30-34
35-39 40-44

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

45-49

50-54

55-59

(12)

(13)

(14)

29
4
3
36
3
1
1
5
0
22
6
1
29
29
54
10
5
69
2
71
832
10
12
0
2
0
73
0
929
1000

243
20
27
290
5
7
28
40
2
122
43
14
179
181
371
71
69
511
19
530
411
12
5
0
12
0
29
0
470
1000

344
41
70
455
7
21
39
67
2
198
63
27
287
289
550
125
136
811
53
864
107
10
7
0
6
1
6
0
136
1000

383
56
96
535
7
24
46
76
8
255
48
17
320
328
652
128
159
939
27
966
15
6
1
0
3
0
9
0
34
1000

363
63
98
524
6
34
89
129
6
211
71
48
330
336
585
168
235
988
3
991
1
1
0
0
2
1
4
0
9
1000

357
69
98
524
9
26
96
131
6
259
47
17
323
328
629
143
211
983
0
984
0
4
1
2
5
0
4
0
16
1000

428
62
90
581
8
22
75
105
2
204
77
16
298
300
642
162
182
986
1
986
0
1
0
0
5
0
7
0
14
1000

399
67
101
567
15
20
91
126
3
229
35
16
280
283
644
122
210
976
1
977
1
2
0
5
6
1
9
0
23
1000

427
63
71
561
11
14
112
137
1
227
30
5
262
263
666
108
188
961
0
961
0
0
1
2
21
2
12
0
39
1000

498
60
60
618
4
13
66
83
0
223
13
9
246
246
725
87
135
948
0
948
0
1
1
11
8
2
30
0
52
1000

452705
7033

382250
5745

269217
4528

257637
4158

255460
3764

224381
3732

194690
3102

151382
2715

127317
2082

97466
1593

60 & 15 &
n.r. total
above above
(15)
(16) (17) (18)
423
39
45
507
1
4
3
8
2
156
7
2
165
167
581
50
51
682
0
682
2
4
2
75
43
1
191
0
318
1000

367
50
72
489
7
18
57
82
4
200
46
18
264
267
575
115
148
838
13
852
86
5
2
10
11
1
33
0
148
1000

257310 2217111
3862 35281

0 233
0
32
0
46
0 310
0
5
0
11
0
36
0
52
0
2
0 127
0
29
0
11
0 168
0 171
0 366
0
73
0
93
0 532
0
9
0 541
0 255
0
5
0
3
0
6
0
7
0
0
1000
64
0 118
1000 459
1000 1000
339 3552636
10 55183

estd.
(00)
(19)

persons
sample
(20)

826339
112413
161909
1100661
16645
40508
127296
184448
7800
452923
104445
40756
598125
605925
1300866
259143
331026
1891034
30457
1921491
906883
16312
11614
21965
26178
1583
225708
420902
1631145
3552636

12040
2619
2890
17549
357
923
1963
3243
155
5817
2020
755
8592
8747
18261
5634
5644
29539
590
30129
14288
228
216
336
395
23
3485
6083
25054
55183

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Table 15 (contd.): Per thousand distribution of males, female and persons by principal usual activity category for each age group: all-India
all-India
usual activity
status
(1)
11,12,21

industry
(2)

01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
31
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
41
x
51
01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
41 & 51
01-93
11-51
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
81
x
11-81
x
91
x
92
x
93
x
94
x
95
x
96
x
97
x
99
x
91-99
x
11-99
x
estd. no. of persons(00)
no. of sample persons

age group (years)


30-34
35-39 40-44

0-4

5-9

10-14

15-19

20-24

25-29

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
1000
1000

3
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
3
0
0
4
0
4
677
7
7
0
1
0
305
0
996
1000

23
5
1
29
0
0
0
0
0
23
1
1
25
25
45
7
2
55
1
55
695
101
53
0
7
0
90
0
945
1000

66
27
3
97
0
5
1
6
0
72
19
1
92
92
138
51
6
195
4
198
286
328
154
0
5
0
28
0
802
1000

118
33
3
154
2
4
5
10
0
140
10
1
151
151
260
47
9
316
5
320
38
413
219
3
1
0
6
0
680
1000

113
33
5
150
2
5
8
15
2
154
9
1
164
166
269
48
14
331
4
335
1
423
236
3
1
0
2
0
665
1000

158
27
8
194
2
7
17
27
0
155
13
4
172
172
316
48
30
393
1
394
1
338
258
3
1
0
6
0
606
1000

368276 418817

416762

285177

297405

289301

6246

4812

4617

4487

5621

6420

rural female
no. of persons
15 & n.r. total
estd.
sample
above
(00)
(16) (17) (18)
(19)
(20)

45-49

50-54

55-59

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

60 &
above
(15)

185
29
12
225
4
4
12
21
5
163
50
6
219
224
357
83
30
470
1
471
1
304
215
5
2
0
3
0
529
1000

220
27
12
260
1
2
8
11
0
151
14
2
167
167
372
43
22
438
0
438
2
275
277
4
3
0
2
0
562
1000

228
38
11
277
2
2
8
12
2
139
10
2
151
153
368
52
21
441
2
443
2
345
198
3
3
0
6
0
557
1000

196
36
6
239
2
3
7
12
0
168
3
1
172
172
366
42
15
423
0
423
0
312
212
12
3
0
39
0
577
1000

194
34
9
237
3
1
12
16
0
99
4
2
106
106
296
40
23
359
0
359
11
332
227
7
11
0
54
0
641
1000

84
7
5
96
3
1
2
6
0
48
2
1
51
51
134
10
8
153
0
153
2
291
137
42
30
1
345
0
847
1000

237024

223837

164196

161171

120251

111162

253465

2142989

3923

3659

2735

2563

1892

1627

3891

34206

142
0
94
28
0
19
7
0
5
177
0 117
2
0
1
4
0
2
8
0
5
13
0
8
1
0
1
126
0
84
14
0
9
2
0
1
143
0
94
144
0
95
271
0 180
46
0
31
17
0
11
334
0 221
2
0
1
336
0 222
45
0 200
343
0 233
210
0 142
8
0
5
6
0
5
0
0
0
52 1000
83
0
0 110
664 1000 778
1000 1000 1000
401 3347244
15 52508

315391
62699
15123
393213
4283
7726
16427
28436
2247
279955
31385
4845
316184
318431
601027
102627
36427
740080
4591
744671
669090
780221
474154
17775
15534
378
277145
368276
2602573
3347244

5010
1566
441
7017
89
225
377
691
37
3454
475
110
4039
4076
8563
2290
931
11784
132
11916
10845
12086
7352
258
294
11
4125
5621
40592
52508

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Table 15 (contd.): Per thousand distribution of males, female and persons by principal usual activity category for each age group: all-India
all-India
usual activity
status
(1)
11,12,21

industry
(2)

01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
31
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
41
x
51
01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
41 & 51
01-93
11-51
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
81
x
11-81
x
91
x
92
x
93
x
94
x
95
x
96
x
97
x
99
x
91-99
x
11-99
x
estd. no. of persons(00)
no. of sample persons

age group (years)


30-34
35-39 40-44

0-4

5-9

10-14

15-19

20-24

25-29

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
1000
1000

2
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
3
0
3
708
4
4
0
1
0
281
0
997
1000

26
4
2
33
2
1
0
3
0
22
4
1
27
27
50
9
4
62
1
63
766
53
31
0
4
0
81
0
937
1000

168
23
17
207
3
6
17
25
1
100
33
8
142
143
271
63
42
376
12
389
358
147
69
0
9
0
28
0
611
1000

226
37
35
297
4
12
21
37
1
167
35
13
216
217
398
84
69
551
27
579
71
221
118
2
3
1
6
0
421
1000

240
44
48
331
4
14
26
44
5
202
27
8
237
242
449
86
82
617
15
632
8
226
125
2
2
0
5
0
368
1000

264
46
55
365
4
21
55
80
3
184
43
27
254
257
455
110
136
702
2
704
1
163
124
2
1
0
5
0
296
1000

789178

880396

869467

667428

566621

546939

11704

13196

13279

10557

9145

8645

rural person
no. of persons
15 & n.r. total
estd. sample
above
(00)
(16) (17)
(18)
(19)
(20)

45-49

50-54

55-59

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

60 &
above
(15)

271
49
55
375
7
15
54
76
6
211
48
11
271
276
493
113
121
727
1
728
0
154
108
3
4
0
3
0
272
1000

333
46
55
434
5
13
44
62
1
180
49
10
238
239
518
108
109
735
0
735
1
126
127
2
4
0
5
0
265
1000

310
52
55
417
8
10
48
67
2
183
22
9
213
216
502
86
113
700
2
702
1
179
102
4
5
0
7
0
298
1000

315
50
40
405
7
9
61
76
0
198
17
3
218
219
520
76
104
700
0
700
0
152
103
7
12
1
25
0
300
1000

336
46
33
415
4
7
37
47
0
157
9
5
171
171
497
62
75
634
0
634
6
177
122
9
9
1
43
0
366
1000

255
23
25
303
2
2
3
7
1
102
5
2
109
109
359
30
30
419
0
419
2
146
69
59
36
1
268
0
581
1000

492484

448218

358886

312553

247568

208628

510775

4360100

7687

7391

5837

5278

3974

3220

7753

69487

256
0
39
0
40
0
336
0
4
0
11
0
33
0
48
0
2
0
164
0
30
0
10
0
204
0
207
0
426
0
81
0
84
0
590
0
8
0
598
0
66
0
171
0
104
0
9
0
9
0
0
0
42 1000
0
0
402 1000
1000 1000

165
25
26
217
3
7
21
31
1
106
20
7
133
134
276
52
53
381
5
386
228
115
70
6
6
0
73
114
614
1000

1141730
175112
177033
1493874
20927
48234
143723
212884
10048
732878
135830
45601
914309
924356
1901892
361770
367453
2631115
35047
2666162
1575973
796533
485768
39740
41712
1961
502853
789178
4233718
6899880

17050
4185
3331
24566
446
1148
2340
3934
192
9271
2495
865
12631
12823
26824
7924
6575
41323
722
42045
25133
12314
7568
594
689
34
7610
11704
65646
107691

739 6899880

25 107691

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Table 15 (contd.): Per thousand distribution of males, female and persons by principal usual activity category for each age group: all-India.
all-India
usual activity

age group (years)


30-34
35-39
40-44

0-4

5-9

10-14

15-19

20-24

25-29

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

01-05
0
0
10-45
0
0
50-93
0
0
01-93
0
0
31
01-05
0
0
10-45
0
0
50-99
0
0
01-99
0
0
41
x
0
0
51
01-05
0
0
10-45
0
0
50-93
0
3
01-93
0
3
41 & 51
01-93
0
3
11-51
01-05
0
0
10-45
0
0
50-99
0
3
01-99
0
4
81
x
0
0
11-81
x
0
4
91
x
0 848
92
x
0
2
93
x
0
0
94
x
0
0
95
x
0
0
96
x
0
0
97
x
0 146
99
x
1000
0
91-99
x
1000 996
11-99
x
1000 1000
estd. no. of persons(00) 105708 124555
no. of sample persons
7893 9105

2
3
7
12
0
6
8
14
0
4
11
11
25
25
5
20
26
51
3
54
879
5
2
0
1
0
58
0
946
1000

9
32
66
107
0
38
45
83
1
11
76
36
123
124
20
146
148
313
43
357
600
7
1
0
6
0
29
0
643
1000

20
61
167
248
2
108
143
253
2
12
91
37
140
142
34
262
348
643
85
728
248
4
3
0
3
0
14
0
272
1000

25
95
224
345
3
131
212
346
3
17
112
54
183
185
46
340
491
876
66
942
40
3
1
1
7
0
6
0
58
1000

24
102
271
397
3
179
252
434
2
13
81
33
128
129
40
364
557
961
24
985
2
4
0
2
3
0
4
0
15
1000

138445
10120

137534
9679

125391
8632

103004
7455

95577
6497

status
(1)
11,12,21

industry
(2)

45-49

50-54

55-59

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

60 &
above
(15)

35
86
305
425
2
135
274
411
3
19
73
44
136
138
56
297
622
975
8
983
1
1
1
1
7
0
5
0
17
1000

26
87
276
389
3
160
280
444
5
22
88
29
139
144
52
337
588
977
3
980
1
1
1
5
8
0
5
0
20
1000

37
108
234
380
4
167
301
471
2
17
64
37
118
119
58
340
573
970
3
973
0
3
1
6
10
0
6
0
27
1000

45
84
237
366
3
147
341
491
1
15
40
17
72
73
63
272
595
929
5
934
0
5
1
21
13
2
25
0
66
1000

31
89
210
331
5
128
265
398
2
41
41
19
101
103
78
258
495
831
3
834
1
9
0
96
15
1
43
0
166
1000

54
63
160
278
2
22
36
60
1
19
18
13
50
51
75
104
209
389
2
391
4
12
1
291
37
1
262
0
609
1000

87376
6335

77757
5467

62795
4515

48031
3369

35499
2450

72875
5458

15 &
above
(16)

n.r.
(17)

27
0
76
0
204
0
307
0
2
0
115
0
193
0
310
0
2
0
16
0
75
0
35
0
126
0
128
0
46
0
267
0
432
0
745
0
32
0
778
0
140
0
5
0
1
0
32
0
9
0
0
0
35 1000
0
0
222 1000
1000 1000
845839
59857

urban male
no. of persons
total
estd.
sample
(00)
(18)
(19)
(20)
19
54
143
215
2
81
135
218
1
12
53
26
91
92
33
188
304
525
23
548
285
4
1
22
7
0
46
87
452
1000

131 1214678
15
86990

23440
65026
173271
261737
2081
98098
164236
264414
1776
14454
64527
31020
110001
111777
40016
228733
369178
637928
27755
665682
345737
4935
1234
26818
8205
241
56118
105708
548996
1214678
x
x

2075
6541
13212
21828
164
5946
11067
17177
187
850
3872
1981
6703
6890
3100
16480
26315
45895
1826
47721
24186
389
101
1739
578
27
4356
7893
39269
86990
x
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Table 15 (contd.): Per thousand distribution of males, female and persons by principal usual activity category for each age group: all-India
all-India
usual activity
status
(1)
11,12,21

industry
(2)

01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
31
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
41
x
51
01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
41 & 51
01-93
11-51
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
81
x
11-81
x
91
x
92
x
93
x
94
x
95
x
96
x
97
x
99
x
91-99
x
11-99
x
estd. no. of persons(00)
no. of sample persons

age group (years)


30-34
35-39
40-44

0-4

5-9

10-14

15-19

20-24

25-29

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
6
3
10

3
26
7
37

5
21
12
37

6
24
19
48

8
29
33
70

0
0
0
0

0
0
1
1

0
1
7
8

0
6
20
26

0
11
34
45

2
13
58
73

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1

0
4
3
3
10
10
5
10
13
27
0
27

0
7
7
4
18
18
11
39
31
81
5
86

0
11
15
5
31
31
16
46
52
114
21
135

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
1000
1000

831
4
2
0
0
0
161
0
999
1000

841
73
14
0
1
0
44
0
973
1000

546
292
54
0
2
0
21
0
914
1000

98891 110652

126697
9116

7301

8263

15 & n.r.
above
(16) (17)

urban female
no. of persons
total
estd.
sample
(00)
(18)
(19)
(20)

45-49

50-54

55-59

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

60 &
above
(15)

8
40
39
87

12
46
32
90

19
33
32
84

17
30
37
84

16
24
33
72

7
16
20
43

8
28
24
60

0
0
0
0

6
20
17
43

6503
22390
18585
47478

669
2536
1340
4545

1
15
79
94

1
12
70
83

0
9
72
81

2
11
70
82

1
16
82
99

1
3
43
46

0
1
8
9

1
10
50
61

0
0
0
0

1
7
36
43

563
7552
39408
47523

24
604
2455
3083

0
9
24
7
40
40
18
61
83
162
19
180

0
22
20
17
59
59
30
63
129
223
2
225

0
15
32
14
61
61
23
84
123
231
2
232

0
14
20
17
51
51
26
75
121
222
0
222

0
22
22
17
62
62
43
66
119
228
0
228

1
15
18
14
46
47
33
65
133
231
0
231

0
13
10
17
40
40
29
37
92
158
0
158

0
8
5
10
23
23
14
23
38
75
0
75

0
13
17
11
41
41
22
55
85
162
7
169

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
9
12
8
30
30
16
40
61
116
5
120

126
10310
13694
8707
32711
32837
17381
43718
66738
127837
5077
132914

23
570
825
531
1926
1949
1266
3980
4331
9577
385
9962

159
581
114
0
2
0
8
0
865
1000

12
665
135
1
3
0
3
0
820
1000

2
649
116
2
2
0
3
0
775
1000

2
633
122
7
3
0
2
0
768
1000

2
642
125
5
1
0
3
0
778
1000

1
655
98
9
3
1
4
0
772
1000

2
618
88
20
5
0
36
0
769
1000

0
662
84
26
10
0
60
0
842
1000

3
458
50
55
32
1
325
0
925
1000

281949
441613
78013
7750
4571
152
57184
98891
970124
1103038

20117
30090
5834
587
317
18
4488
7301
68752
78714

119194

102552

99395

84788

89260

65114

55092

42797

28465

79993

766649

148

1103038

8245

7457

6931

6122

5931

4601

3915

2861

2238

5721

54022

12

78714

109
0
563
0
99
0
10
0
6
0
0
0
44 1000
0
0
831 1000
1000
1000

256
400
71
7
4
0
52
90
880
1000

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Table 15 (contd.): Per thousand distribution of males, female and persons by principal usual activity category for each age group: all-India
all-India
usual activity
status
(1)
11,12,21

industry
(2)
01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
31
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
41
x
51
01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
41 & 51
01-93
11-51
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
81
x
11-81
x
91
x
92
x
93
x
94
x
95
x
96
x
97
x
99
x
91-99
x
11-99
x
estd. no. of persons(00)
no. of sample persons

age group (years)


30-34
35-39 40-44

0-4

5-9

10-14

15-19

20-24

25-29

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

1
4
5
11

6
29
39
74

13
43
97
153

16
60
123
199

16
68
159
243

21
63
170
254

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
4
7
11

0
23
33
56

1
64
94
160

3
73
137
212

2
102
171
275

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
1
2
2
0
0
2
2
0
2

0
4
7
7
18
18
5
15
20
40
2
42

0
9
44
21
74
75
16
96
94
205
26
231

1
12
56
23
91
92
26
165
215
405
56
461

1
13
69
31
113
114
32
203
291
525
43
568

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
1000
1000

840
3
1
0
0
0
153
0
998
1000

861
37
7
0
1
0
51
0
958
1000

575
139
25
0
4
0
25
0
769
1000

208
264
53
0
3
0
11
0
539
1000

204599 235208
15194 17368

265142
19236

256728
17924

227943
16089

15 & n.r.
above
(16) (17)

urban person
no. of persons
total
estd.
sample
(00)
(18)
(19)
(20)

45-49

50-54

55-59

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

60 &
above
(15)

20
68
164
253

28
73
140
241

32
58
143
233

24
60
131
216

29
39
87
155

18
53
118
190

0
0
0
0

13
38
83
133

29943
87416
191855
309214

2744
9077
14552
26373

1
73
171
245

2
91
186
279

3
94
193
290

2
85
219
306

3
72
166
241

1
11
21
33

2
65
125
192

0
0
0
0

1
46
88
135

2644
105650
203644
311937

188
6550
13522
20260

1
17
52
26
95
96
35
222
356
614
14
628

1
17
52
29
98
99
39
189
370
599
5
604

3
18
57
23
99
102
40
218
375
633
2
635

1
19
45
28
92
92
51
212
361
623
2
625

1
15
30
15
60
61
49
174
377
600
3
603

1
29
27
18
74
75
56
159
316
532
2
533

1
13
11
11
36
36
43
62
120
225
1
226

1
15
47
23
85
87
35
166
267
468
20
488

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1
11
34
17
62
62
25
118
188
330
14
345

1902
24763
78221
39727
142711
144613
57397
272451
435917
765765
32831
798596

210
1420
4697
2512
8629
8839
4366
20460
30646
55472
2211
57683

27
329
67
1
5
0
4
0
432
1000

2
307
55
2
3
0
4
0
372
1000

1
320
62
4
5
0
4
0
396
1000

1
293
57
5
5
0
4
0
365
1000

0
308
47
8
7
0
5
0
375
1000

1
294
42
20
9
1
30
0
397
1000

0
300
37
65
13
1
51
0
467
1000

4
245
27
168
35
1
295
0
774
1000

271
193
34
15
6
0
49
88
655
1000

627687
446548
79247
34568
12776
393
113302
204599
1519120
2317716

44303
30479
5935
2326
895
45
8844
15194
108021
165704

202400
14386

180365
12619

176636
12266

142870
10068

117886
8430

90829
6230

63964
4688

152868
11179

2317716
165704

x
x

x
x

125
0
270
0
48
0
21
0
8
0
0
0
39 1000
0
0
512 1000
1000 1000
1612488
113879

279
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Table 16: Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons by usual activity category taking also into consideration the subsidiary economic status of persons categorised not
working for each age group: all-India
all-India
usual activity
( ps + ss)
status
industry
(1)
(2)
11,12,21

01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
31
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
41
x
51
01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
41 & 51
01-93
11-51
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
81
x
11-81
x
91
x
92
x
93
x
94
x
95
x
96
x
97
x
99
x
91-99
x
11-99
x
estd. persons(00)
sample persons

age group (years)


30-34
35-39 40-44

0-4

5-9

10-14

15-19

20-24

25-29

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

0
3
0
1
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
1
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
4
0 734
0
1
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 258
1000
0
1000 996
1000 1000

41
7
4
51
3
1
1
5
0
25
6
1
31
31
68
13
6
87
2
89
816
9
12
0
2
0
72
0
911
1000

272
21
36
329
5
7
28
40
2
125
44
15
184
186
403
73
79
555
17
572
372
10
5
0
12
0
28
0
428
1000

362
41
72
475
7
21
39
67
2
198
63
27
288
290
569
125
138
832
47
879
92
10
7
0
6
1
6
0
121
1000

392
60
96
548
7
24
46
76
8
255
48
17
320
328
661
133
159
953
21
974
8
6
1
0
2
0
9
0
26
1000

363
63
98
524
6
34
89
129
6
211
71
48
330
336
585
168
235
989
3
992
1
1
0
0
2
1
4
0
8
1000

420902 461579

452705

382250

269217

257637

7033

5745

4528

4158

6083

6776

45-49

50-54

55-59

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

359
69
98
525
9
26
96
131
6
260
47
18
324
330
631
143
212
986
0
986
0
4
1
2
4
0
3
0
14
1000

429
62
90
581
8
22
75
105
2
204
77
16
298
300
642
162
182
986
0
987
0
1
0
0
5
0
7
0
13
1000

399
67
103
568
15
20
91
126
3
229
35
16
280
283
644
122
211
977
1
978
1
2
0
5
6
1
7
0
22
1000

428
63
71
562
11
14
112
137
1
228
30
5
263
263
667
108
188
963
0
963
0
0
1
2
21
2
11
0
37
1000

503
60
60
624
4
13
66
83
0
224
13
9
247
247
732
87
136
954
0
954
0
1
1
9
8
2
25
0
46
1000

255460

224381

194690

151382

127317

97466

3764

3732

3102

2715

2082

1593

60 & 15 &
above above
(15)
(16)
435
40
45
519
1
4
3
8
2
156
7
2
165
167
592
51
51
695
0
695
2
4
2
70
43
1
184
0
305
1000

377
0 241
51
0
33
74
0
47
501
0 320
7
0
5
18
0
11
57
0
36
82
0
52
4
0
2
200
0 128
46
0
30
19
0
12
265
0 169
269
0 172
586
0 375
116
0
74
150
0
95
852
0 544
12
0
8
864
0 551
77
0 247
5
0
4
2
0
3
9
0
6
11
0
7
1
0
0
32 1000
62
0
0 118
136 1000 449
1000 1000 1000

257310 2217111
3862

rural male
no. of persons
n.r. total
estd.
sample
(00)
(17) (18)
(19)
(20)

35281

854502
115706
166359
1136568
16645
40529
127328
184502
7862
455755
104826
41494
602075
609937
1331861
262901
336246
1931007
26692
1957699
877849
15338
11318
20378
25669
1487
221994
420902
1594937
3552636

12528
2686
2931
18145
357
924
1967
3248
160
5863
2032
768
8663
8823
18795
5719
5702
30216
499
30715
13861
214
197
290
390
22
3411
6083
24468
55183

339 3552636

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Table 16 (contd.): Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons by usual activity category taking also into consideration the subsidiary economic status of persons categorised
not working for each age group: all-India
all-India
usual activity
( ps + ss)
status
industry
(1)
(2)
11,12,21

01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
31
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
41
x
51
01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
41 & 51
01-93
11-51
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
81
x
11-81
x
91
x
92
x
93
x
94
x
95
x
96
x
97
x
99
x
91-99
x
11-99
x
estd. persons(00)
sample persons

age group (years)


30-34
35-39 40-44

0-4

5-9

10-14

15-19

20-24

25-29

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

0
4
0
1
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
5
0
1
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
6
0 675
0
6
0
7
0
0
0
1
0
0
0 305
1000
0
1000 994
1000 1000

36
8
2
46
0
0
0
0
0
25
1
1
27
27
60
10
3
73
1
74
687
96
47
0
7
0
89
0
926
1000

122
36
4
162
0
5
1
6
0
83
19
1
104
104
206
59
7
272
4
276
274
290
128
0
5
0
27
0
724
1000

164
41
4
208
2
4
5
10
0
151
13
2
165
165
317
57
10
384
4
388
37
384
181
3
1
0
6
0
612
1000

177
47
6
230
2
10
8
20
2
196
12
1
210
211
375
70
15
461
4
464
1
363
167
3
1
0
2
0
536
1000

256
39
14
309
2
7
18
28
0
179
16
4
199
199
437
62
37
536
1
537
1
279
174
3
1
0
6
0
463
1000

368276 418817

416762

285177

297405

289301

6246

4812

4617

4487

5621

6420

45-49

50-54

55-59

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

272
40
16
328
4
4
12
21
5
176
52
7
235
241
458
96
36
590
0
590
1
250
152
5
2
0
1
0
410
1000

316
37
19
372
3
2
8
13
0
169
16
2
187
187
488
55
30
572
0
572
1
231
187
4
3
0
2
0
428
1000

304
48
17
368
2
2
8
12
2
145
10
2
158
160
451
62
27
540
2
542
2
300
145
3
3
0
6
0
458
1000

260
39
11
311
2
3
7
12
0
186
3
2
192
192
449
45
21
515
0
515
0
264
168
12
3
0
38
0
485
1000

249
41
24
314
3
1
12
16
0
117
5
2
124
124
370
47
38
454
0
454
0
297
179
7
11
0
53
0
546
1000

237024

223837

164196

161171

120251

111162

3923

3659

2735

2563

1892

1627

60 & 15 &
above above
(15)
(16)
118
9
6
134
3
1
2
6
0
51
2
5
58
58
173
12
13
198
0
198
2
274
115
41
29
1
342
0
802
1000

208
0 138
37
0
25
11
0
7
256
0 170
2
0
1
4
0
3
8
0
5
14
0
9
1
0
1
143
0
95
16
0
10
3
0
2
162
0 107
163
0 108
354
0 235
58
0
38
21
0
14
433
0 287
2
0
1
435
0 288
42
0 197
301
0 205
157
0 107
8
0
5
6
0
5
0
0
0
51 1000
82
0
0 110
565 1000 712
1000 1000 1000

253465 2142989
3891

rural female
no. of persons
n.r. total
estd.
sample
(00)
(17) (18)
(19)
(20)

34206

462597
83075
23656
569328
4639
9322
16687
30648
2307
317463
34603
6263
358328
360636
786097
127863
46651
960611
4151
964763
659565
687009
359474
17008
15322
348
275481
368276
2382481
3347244
401 3347244
x
15 52508
x

7749
2137
556
10442
92
236
384
712
46
3981
531
122
4634
4680
11832
2936
1066
15834
117
15951
10657
10413
5239
241
293
10
4083
5621
36557
52508
x
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Table 16 (contd.): Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons by usual activity category taking also into consideration the subsidiary economic status of persons categorised
not working for each age group: all-India
all-India
usual activity
( ps + ss)
status
industry
(1)
(2)
11,12,21

01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
31
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
41
x
51
01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
41 & 51
01-93
11-51
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
81
x
11-81
x
91
x
92
x
93
x
94
x
95
x
96
x
97
x
99
x
91-99
x
11-99
x
estd. persons(00)
sample persons

age group (years)


30-34
35-39 40-44

0-4

5-9

10-14

15-19

20-24

25-29

45-49

50-54

55-59

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

0
3
0
1
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
4
0
1
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
5
0 706
0
4
0
4
0
0
0
1
0
0
0 281
1000
0
1000 995
1000 1000

38
7
3
49
2
1
0
3
0
25
4
1
29
29
64
12
4
81
1
82
754
51
29
0
4
0
80
0
918
1000

208
27
22
258
3
6
17
26
1
107
34
9
150
151
319
67
48
434
11
446
330
129
57
0
9
0
28
0
554
1000

258
41
36
335
4
12
21
37
1
173
36
14
223
225
436
89
71
597
25
621
63
206
98
2
3
1
6
0
379
1000

278
53
49
380
4
17
26
46
5
224
29
9
262
266
509
100
83
693
12
704
4
195
89
1
1
0
5
0
296
1000

311
51
58
421
4
21
55
80
3
196
44
27
267
270
514
117
140
771
2
773
1
134
84
1
1
0
5
0
227
1000

315
54
57
427
7
15
54
76
6
218
50
12
280
285
544
120
124
788
0
788
0
127
76
3
3
0
2
0
212
1000

377
51
58
486
6
13
44
63
1
188
49
10
247
248
572
113
112
797
0
797
1
106
86
2
4
0
5
0
203
1000

350
57
58
465
8
10
48
67
2
186
22
9
217
219
545
91
116
752
2
753
1
156
75
4
5
0
7
0
247
1000

346
52
42
440
7
9
61
76
0
208
17
4
228
229
561
78
107
745
0
745
0
128
82
7
12
1
24
0
255
1000

368
50
41
459
4
7
37
47
0
167
9
5
181
181
539
65
83
688
0
688
0
159
96
8
9
1
40
0
312
1000

789178 880396

869467

667428

566621

546939

492484

448218

358886

312553

247568

208628

11704 13196

13279

10557

9145

8645

7687

7391

5837

5278

3974

3220

60 & 15 &
above above
(15)
(16)
278
25
26
328
2
2
3
7
1
104
5
3
112
113
384
32
32
448
0
448
2
138
58
55
36
1
262
0
552
1000

294
0 191
44
0
29
43
0
28
381
0 247
5
0
3
11
0
7
33
0
21
49
0
31
2
0
1
172
0 112
31
0
20
11
0
7
214
0 139
217
0 141
472
0 307
87
0
57
87
0
55
646
0 419
7
0
4
653
0 424
60
0 223
150
0 102
78
0
54
9
0
5
8
0
6
0
0
0
41 1000
72
0
0 114
347 1000 576
1000 1000 1000

510775 4360100
7753

rural persons
no. of persons
n.r. total
estd.
sample
(00)
(17) (18)
(19)
(20)

69487

1317099
198781
190016
1705896
21284
49851
144015
215150
10170
773218
139429
47756
960403
970573
2117958
390764
382897
2891619
30843
2922462
1537414
702347
370792
37386
40991
1835
497475
789178
3977418
6899880

20277
4823
3487
28587
449
1160
2351
3960
206
9844
2563
890
13297
13503
30627
8655
6768
46050
616
46666
24518
10627
5436
531
683
32
7494
11704
61025
107691

739 6899880

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Table 16 (contd.): Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons by usual activity category taking also into consideration the subsidiary economic status of persons categorised
not working for each age group: all-India
all-India
usual activity
( ps + ss)
status
industry
(1)
(2)
11,12,21

01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
31
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
41
x
51
01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
41 & 51
01-93
11-51
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
81
x
11-81
x
91
x
92
x
93
x
94
x
95
x
96
x
97
x
99
x
91-99
x
11-99
x
estd. persons(00)
sample persons

age group (years)


30-34
35-39 40-44

0-4

5-9

10-14

15-19

20-24

25-29

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
3
0
3
0
0
0
1
0
4
0
4
0
0
0
5
0 847
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 145
1000
0
1000 995
1000 1000

2
4
10
16
0
6
8
14
0
4
11
12
26
26
6
21
29
56
3
59
877
4
2
0
1
0
57
0
941
1000

10
35
72
117
0
38
46
84
1
11
76
37
125
125
22
149
156
327
41
368
589
7
1
0
6
0
29
0
632
1000

22
62
173
257
2
108
146
256
2
13
91
38
142
144
37
263
357
657
81
738
238
4
3
0
3
0
14
0
262
1000

27
96
227
349
3
131
213
347
3
17
112
55
183
186
47
341
495
882
63
945
37
3
1
1
7
0
6
0
55
1000

24
102
271
398
3
179
252
434
2
13
81
33
128
129
40
364
558
962
23
985
2
3
0
2
3
0
4
0
15
1000

105708 124555

138445

137534

125391

103004

10120

9679

8632

7455

7893

9105

45-49

50-54

55-59

60 & 15 &
above above
(15)
(16)

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

35
86
305
426
2
135
274
411
3
19
74
44
136
139
56
297
623
976
8
984
1
1
1
1
7
0
5
0
16
1000

27
87
276
390
3
161
280
444
5
22
88
29
139
144
53
338
588
978
3
981
1
1
1
4
8
0
5
0
19
1000

37
108
235
381
4
167
301
472
2
17
64
37
118
119
58
340
574
972
3
975
0
3
1
6
10
0
5
0
25
1000

45
84
240
370
3
147
341
491
1
15
40
17
72
73
63
272
598
933
3
936
0
4
1
20
13
1
25
0
64
1000

49
89
211
349
5
128
266
399
2
41
41
19
101
103
96
259
497
851
3
854
1
9
0
78
14
1
42
0
146
1000

62
65
164
291
2
22
36
61
1
19
18
13
51
52
83
107
214
404
2
406
4
11
1
280
37
1
259
0
594
1000

95577

87376

77757

62795

48031

35499

72875 845839

6497

6335

5467

4515

3369

2450

5458

urban male
no. of persons
n.r. total
estd.
sample
(00)
(17) (18)
(19)
(20)

30
0
21
77
0
54
207
0 145
313
0 220
2
0
2
115
0
81
193
0 136
311
0 218
2
0
1
17
0
12
75
0
53
35
0
26
126
0
91
128
0
93
49
0
35
268
0 189
436
0 307
753
0 531
31
0
22
784
0 553
136
0 282
4
0
4
1
0
1
30
0
21
9
0
7
0
0
0
35 1000
46
0
0
87
216 1000 447
1000 1000 1000
59857

131 1214678
15

86990

25533
65792
176178
267503
2081
98362
164775
265217
1776
14636
64732
31406
110774
112550
42292
229968
373010
645270
26448
671718
342319
4643
1193
25211
8168
236
55482
105708
542961
1214678

2234
6652
13438
22324
164
5963
11096
17223
187
860
3891
2008
6759
6946
3269
16627
26597
46493
1746
48239
23850
371
97
1643
572
26
4299
7893
38751
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Table 16 (contd.): Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons by usual activity category taking also into consideration the subsidiary economic status of persons categorised
not working for each age group: all-India
all-India
usual activity
( ps + ss)
status
industry
(1)
(2)
11,12,21

01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
31
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
41
x
51
01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
41 & 51
01-93
11-51
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
81
x
11-81
x
91
x
92
x
93
x
94
x
95
x
96
x
97
x
99
x
91-99
x
11-99
x
estd. persons(00)
sample persons

age group (years)


30-34
35-39 40-44

0-4

5-9

10-14

15-19

20-24

25-29

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
1000
1000

0
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
2
3
0
3
831
4
2
0
0
0
160
0
997
1000

1
10
4
16
0
1
7
8
0
5
4
3
12
12
7
15
14
36
0
36
838
68
13
0
1
0
43
0
964
1000

8
32
13
52
0
6
22
28
0
9
7
5
21
21
17
45
39
101
5
107
541
279
52
0
2
0
20
0
893
1000

15
31
18
64
0
11
35
46
0
14
15
7
36
36
30
57
59
146
20
166
157
567
100
0
2
0
8
0
834
1000

15
36
25
76
2
13
60
75
0
13
26
8
47
47
30
75
93
197
16
214
12
645
123
1
3
0
3
0
786
1000

23
41
41
105
1
15
81
96
0
25
21
18
64
64
49
77
140
265
2
267
2
623
101
2
2
0
3
0
733
1000

98891 110652

126697

119194

102552

99395

9116

8245

7457

6931

7301

8263

45-49

50-54

55-59

(11)

(12)

(13)

(14)

18
54
48
120
1
12
72
85
0
18
34
16
68
68
36
100
136
273
2
274
2
600
112
7
3
0
2
0
726
1000

24
61
38
123
0
9
72
81
0
18
22
19
60
60
42
92
130
264
0
264
2
616
110
5
1
0
3
0
736
1000

38
41
35
114
2
11
71
83
0
24
23
18
66
66
64
75
124
263
0
263
1
632
88
9
3
1
4
0
737
1000

38
35
41
114
1
16
82
100
1
16
21
14
51
51
55
73
137
265
0
265
2
592
81
19
5
0
36
0
735
1000

29
32
34
95
1
3
46
50
0
18
11
17
45
45
47
46
97
190
0
190
0
640
79
22
10
0
60
0
810
1000

84788

89260

65114

55092

42797

28465

6122

5931

4601

3915

2861

2238

60 & 15 &
above above
(15)
(16)
16
20
22
57
0
1
8
9
0
9
6
10
26
26
25
27
40
92
0
92
3
447
47
54
32
1
323
0
908
1000

19
38
29
86
1
10
52
62
0
16
18
12
46
46
36
66
93
195
6
201
108
543
90
10
6
0
44
0
799
1000

79993 766649
5721

54022

urban female
no. of persons
n.r. total
estd.
sample
(00)
(17) (18)
(19)
(20)
0
14
0
28
0
21
0
62
0
1
0
7
0
37
0
44
0
0
0
12
0
13
0
9
0
34
0
34
0
26
0
48
0
66
0 140
0
4
0 144
0 254
0 386
0
64
0
7
0
4
0
0
1000
52
0
90
1000 856
1000 1000
148 1103038
12

78714

14966
30380
23013
68359
563
7621
40437
48622
128
12710
14643
9670
37023
37151
28245
52729
73158
154132
4614
158746
280612
425307
70542
7440
4543
146
56811
98891
944291
1103038

1376
3353
1692
6421
24
612
2496
3132
24
702
907
593
2202
2226
2105
4888
4786
11779
357
12136
19949
28755
5205
569
315
17
4467
7301
66578
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Table 16 (contd.): Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons by usual activity category taking also into consideration the subsidiary economic status of persons categorised not
working for each age group: all-India
all-India
urban person
usual activity
age group (years)
no. of persons
( ps + ss)
0-4
5-9
10-14 15-19
20-24 25-29 30-34
35-39 40-44 45-49
50-54 55-59
60 & 15 &
n.r. total
estd.
sample
status
industry
above above
(00)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16) (17) (18)
(19)
(20)
11,12,21

31

41
51

41 & 51
11-51

81
11-81
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
99
91-99
11-99
estd. persons(00)
sample persons

01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
x
01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
01-93
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
1000
1000

0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
2
2
0
1
3
4
0
4
840
3
1
0
0
0
152
0
996
1000

2
7
7
16
0
4
7
11
0
4
8
7
19
19
6
18
22
46
2
48
858
35
7
0
1
0
50
0
952
1000

9
33
45
87
0
23
35
58
0
10
44
22
76
77
19
101
102
222
24
247
567
133
24
0
4
0
25
0
753
1000

19
48
103
170
1
65
96
161
1
14
57
24
94
96
33
171
223
427
53
481
202
257
47
0
3
0
11
0
519
1000

21
66
128
215
3
73
138
213
1
15
70
32
116
118
39
210
297
546
40
586
25
319
61
1
5
0
4
0
414
1000

23
73
163
260
2
102
172
275
1
19
53
26
98
99
44
229
361
634
13
648
2
295
48
2
3
0
4
0
352
1000

26
70
175
271
1
73
172
246
1
18
54
30
102
103
46
197
377
620
5
625
1
304
57
4
5
0
4
0
375
1000

26
75
167
268
2
91
186
279
3
20
58
24
103
105
48
226
379
653
2
654
1
281
51
4
5
0
4
0
346
1000

38
77
142
256
3
94
193
290
1
20
45
28
93
94
61
216
363
641
1
642
0
297
42
7
7
0
5
0
358
1000

42
61
146
249
2
85
219
306
1
15
31
15
62
63
59
178
381
618
1
620
1
281
38
19
9
1
30
0
380
1000

40
64
132
236
3
72
168
244
1
31
27
18
76
77
74
164
319
557
2
558
0
290
35
53
12
1
50
0
442
1000

38
41
90
169
1
11
21
34
1
14
12
12
38
38
53
65
123
241
1
242
4
239
25
162
34
1
293
0
758
1000

25
59
122
206
2
65
126
193
1
16
48
24
88
89
43
172
273
488
19
507
123
260
43
20
8
0
39
0
493
1000

204599 235208

265142

256728

227943

202400

180365

176636

142870

117886

90829

63964

152868 1612488

15194 17368

19236

17924

16089

14386

12619

12266

10068

8430

6230

4688

11179 113879

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
0
1000
1000

17
41
86
145
1
46
89
135
1
12
34
18
64
65
30
122
193
345
13
358
269
186
31
14
5
0
48
88
642
1000

40499
96173
199190
335862
2644
105983
205212
313839
1904
27346
79375
41075
147797
149701
70536
282698
446168
799402
31062
830464
622932
429950
71734
32651
12711
382
112293
204599
1487252
2317716

3610
10005
15130
28745
188
6575
13592
20355
211
1562
4798
2601
8961
9172
5374
21515
31383
58272
2103
60375
43799
29126
5302
2212
887
43
8766
15194
105329
165704

279 2317716

27 165704

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Table 17: Per 1000 distribution of usually working males, females and persons by industry division (NIC 1998
tabulation category): all-India
male
female
persons
industry division
principal all workers
principal all workers
principal
all workers
(NIC 1998 tabulation category )
status
including.
status
including.
status
including.
description
code
workers
subsidiary subsidiary
subsidiary subsidiary
subsidiary
workers
workers
workers
workers
workers
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
rural
Agriculture

(01-05)

688

690

812

818

723

732

Mining
(10-14)
Manufacturing
(15-37)
Electricity etc
(40-41)
Construction
(45)
sub-total 1
(10-45)
Wholesale & retail trade
(50-52)
Hotel & Restaurant
(55)
Transport, storage, etc.
(60-64)
Financial Instn.
(65-67)
Real Estate etc
(70-74)
Public admn. etc.
(75)
Education
(80)
Health & social work
(85)
Other comm.serv. activity (90-93)
Pvt hhs. with emp. persons
(95)
Extra-terr. orgn
(99)
sub-total 2
(50-99)
total
estimated no. of workers (00)
no. of sample workers

4
81
3
48
137
68
10
38
2
2
20
17
4
13
0
0
175
1000
1891034
29539

4
81
3
48
136
69
9
38
2
2
19
17
4
13
0
0
174
1000
1931007
30216
urban

5
108
0
26
139
12
3
1
0
0
2
14
3
13
0
0
49
1000
740080
11784

4
106
0
22
133
14
4
1
0
0
2
12
4
13
0
0
49
1000
960611
15834

4
89
2
42
137
53
8
28
2
1
15
17
4
13
0
0
140
1000
2631115
41323

4
90
2
39
135
51
7
26
1
1
14
15
4
13
0
0
132
1000
2891619
46050

Agriculture

(01-05)

63

66

136

183

75

88

Mining
Manufacturing
Electricity etc
Construction
sub-total 1
Wholesale & retail trade
Hotel & Rest.
Transport, storage, etc.
Financial Instn.
Real Estate etc
Public admn. etc.
Education
Health & social work
Other comm.serv. actvity
Pvt hhs. with emp. persons
Extra-terr. orgn
sub-total 2
total
estimated workers (00)
sample workers

(10-14)
(15-37)
(40-41)
(45)
(10-45)
(50-52)
(55)
(60-64)
(65-67)
(70-74)
(75)
(80)
(85)
(90-93)
(95)
(99)
(50-99)

9
247
9
94
359
242
34
100
19
32
72
30
13
37
0
0
579
1000
637928
45895

9
245
9
93
356
243
34
100
19
32
71
30
13
37
0
0
578
1000
645270
46493

8
266
3
65
342
110
25
16
14
16
45
122
35
139
0
0
522
1000
127837
9577

7
275
2
58
342
108
24
14
12
14
37
109
30
127
0
0
475
1000
154132
11779

9
250
8
89
356
220
32
86
18
30
67
45
16
54
0
0
569
1000
765765
55472

9
251
8
86
354
217
32
83
18
28
65
46
16
54
0
0
558
1000
799402
58272

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Table 18: Per 1000 distribution of males, females and persons by current weekly activity for each usual activity taking also into consideration the subsidiary economic activity
of persons categorised not working in the principal status: all-India
usual activity
status
(1)

11 - 51
81
11 - 81
91
92 - 97
91 - 97
99
91 - 99
11 - 99
estd. persons (00)
sample persons

current weekly activity status


11-72

81-82

11-82

91

92-97

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

964
24
951
3
2
2
0
2
525
1864954
29043

9
949
22
1
1
1
0
1
12
43286
844

10
2
10
946
6
708
0
522
240
851216
13318

16
25
16
51
992
288
0
212
104
370072
5855

973
973
973
3
3
3
0
2
537
1908240
29887

91-98

99

91-99

11-99

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

per 1000
distn. of
persons
(12)

27
27
27
997
997
997
0
734
344
1223493
19213

0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
264
118
420902
6083

27
27
27
997
997
997
1000
998
463
1644396
25296

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
3552636
55183

544
8
551
247
83
330
118
449
1000
x
x

1931007
26692
1957699
877849
296185
1174034
420902
1594937
3552636
x
x

30216
499
30715
13861
4524
18385
6083
24468
55183
x
x

0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
155
110
368276
5621

242
170
241
1000
995
997
1000
997
779
2608649
40340

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
3347244
52508

287
1
288
197
405
602
110
712
1000
x
x

960611
4151
964763
659565
1354641
2014206
368276
2382481
3347244
x
x

15834
117
15951
10657
20279
30936
5621
36557
52508
x
x

98
(7)
rural male
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
2205
40

estimated
persons
(00)
(13)

sample
persons
(14)

rural female
11 - 51
81
11 - 81
91
92 - 97
91 - 97
99
91 - 99
11 - 99
estd. persons (00)
sample persons

749
15
745
0
5
3
0
3
217
725547
11931

10
816
13
0
0
0
0
0
4
13048
237

758
830
759
0
5
3
0
3
221
738595
12168

7
2
7
933
4
308
0
261
188
628133
10125

232
167
232
67
991
688
0
582
481
1610528
24573

2
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
1
1712
21

242
170
241
1000
995
997
0
843
669
2240373
34719

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Table 18 (contd.): Per 1000 distribution of males, females and persons by current weekly activity for each usual activity taking also into consideration the subsidiary economic
activity of persons categorised not working in the principal status: all-India
usual activity
status
(1)

11 - 51
81
11 - 81
91
92 - 97
91 - 97
99
91 - 99
11 - 99
estd. persons (00)
sample persons

current weekly activity status


11-72

81-82

11-82

91

92-97

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

892
23
883
2
4
3
0
2
375
2590502
40974

9
931
19
0
0
0
0
0
8
56334
1081

902
954
902
2
4
3
0
3
384
2646835
42055

9
2
9
940
5
456
0
365
214
1479350
23443

88
44
87
58
991
541
0
434
287
1980599
30428

91-98

99

91-99

11-99

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

per 1000
distn. of
persons
(12)

98
46
98
998
996
997
0
799
502
3463867
53932

0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
198
114
789178
11704

98
46
98
998
996
997
1000
997
616
4253045
65636

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
6899880
107691

419
4
424
223
239
462
114
576
1000
x
x

2891619
30843
2922462
1537414
1650826
3188240
789178
3977418
6899880
x
x

46050
616
46666
24518
24803
49321
11704
61025
107691
x
x

0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
195
87
105708
7893

16
21
16
996
996
996
1000
997
455
552224
39569

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1214678
86990

531
22
553
282
78
360
87
447
1000
x
x

645270
26448
671718
342319
94933
437252
105708
542961
1214678
x
x

46493
1746
48239
23850
7008
30858
7893
38751
86990
x
x

98
(7)
rural person
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
3918
61

estimated
persons
(00)
(13)

sample
persons
(14)

urban male
11 - 51
81
11 - 81
91
92 - 97
91 - 97
99
91 - 99
11 - 99
estd. persons (00)
sample persons

975
18
937
2
3
2
0
2
519
630448
45422

9
961
46
2
1
2
0
2
26
32006
1999

984
979
984
4
4
4
0
3
545
662454
47421

5
2
5
954
6
748
0
602
272
330141
22974

10
19
10
42
990
248
0
200
95
115134
8663

2
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
1
1241
39

16
21
16
996
996
996
0
802
368
446516
31676

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Table 18 (contd.): Per 1000 distribution of males, females and persons by current weekly activity for each usual activity taking also into consideration the subsidiary economic
activity of persons categorised not working in the principal status: all-India
usual activity
status
(1)

11 - 51
81
11 - 81
91
92 - 97
91 - 97
99
91 - 99
11 - 99
estd. persons (00)
sample persons

current weekly activity status


11-72

81- 82

11-82

91

92-97

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

823
13
800
2
2
2
0
2
117
128551
9786

6
879
31
0
0
0
0
0
5
5240
387

829
892
831
2
2
2
0
2
121
133791
10173

7
0
7
947
1
315
0
282
242
267476
19084

164
108
162
51
996
683
0
611
547
602849
42148

91-98

99

91-99

11-99

(8)

(9)

(10)

(11)

per 1000
dist. of
persons
(12)

171
108
169
998
998
998
0
893
789
870356
61240

0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
105
90
98891
7301

171
108
169
998
998
998
1000
998
879
969247
68541

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1103038
78714

140
4
144
254
512
766
90
856
1000
x
x

154132
4614
158746
280612
564788
845400
98891
944291
1103038
x
x

11779
357
12136
19949
39328
59277
7301
66578
78714
x
x

0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
138
88
204599
15194

46
34
46
997
997
997
1000
998
656
1521471
108110

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
2317716
165704

345
13
358
269
285
553
88
642
1000
x
x

799402
31062
830464
622932
659721
1282653
204599
1487252
2317716
x
x

58272
2103
60375
43799
46336
90135
15194
105329
165704
x
x

98
(7)
urban female
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
30
8

estimated
persons
(00)
(13)

sample
persons
(14)

urban person
11 - 51
81
11 - 81
91
92 - 97
91 - 97
99
91 - 99
11 - 99
estd. persons (00)
sample persons

946
17
911
2
2
2
0
2
327
758999
55208

8
949
43
1
1
1
0
1
16
37246
2386

954
966
954
3
3
3
0
2
344
796245
57594

5
2
5
951
2
463
0
399
258
597617
42058

39
32
39
46
996
534
0
461
310
717983
50811

2
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
1
1271
47

46
34
46
997
997
997
0
860
568
1316872
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Table 19R: Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons (15 years and above) by usual activity
category taking also into consideration the subsidiary economic status of persons categorised
'not working' in the principal status for each household type for rural areas: all-India
all - India
usual activity
status
industry

(1)

(2)

11, 12, 21

01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
x
01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
01-93
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99

31

41
51

41 & 51
11 - 51

81
x
11-81
x
91
x
92
x
93
x
94 97
x
91-97
x
11-97
x
per 1000 distribution
estd. persons (00)
sample persons

self employed in
agrinonculture
agriculture

household type
agr. other
all labour labour

(3)

(4)

(5)

797
9
19
825
2
4
12
19
0
11
6
4
21
21
810
20
35
865
9
874
83
4
2
37
126
1000
409
907808
13430

88
278
383
749
3
14
28
44
1
27
23
9
59
60
118
315
420
853
12
865
80
5
5
46
135
1000
154
341350
6847

603
82
118
804
2
7
17
26
1
15
11
5
31
32
621
101
140
862
10
872
82
4
3
39
128
1000
563
1249158
20277

(6)

others

(7)

(8)

39
51
5
14
11
12
56
77
14
8
6
71
18
93
37
172
6
10
749
72
32
398
13
148
793
618
799
628
807
132
43
488
42
258
892
878
7
11
899
889
45
53
7
2
2
0
47
56
101
111
1000
1000
245
79
543346 175601
7018
3638

206
16
33
255
12
65
326
403
9
17
6
7
30
39
244
88
366
698
31
728
136
4
1
130
272
1000
110
244875
4270

rural male
estd. sample
total persons persons
(incl.
(00)
n.r.)
(9)

377
51
74
501
7
18
57
82
4
200
46
19
265
269
586
116
150
852
12
864
77
5
2
53
136
1000
1000
2217111
35281

(10)

(11)

834902
112344
164449
1111695
15228
40057
127073
182358
7792
444499
102208
41060
587768
595559
1299587
256378
333647
1889612
25773
1915385
169672
10677
4954
116423
301726
2217111
x

12222
2603
2898
17723
344
917
1961
3222
155
5722
1992
749
8463
8618
18335
5584
5644
29563
487
30050
3035
149
123
1924
5231
35281

x
x

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Table 19R (contd.): Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons (15 years and above) by usual
activity category taking also into consideration the subsidiary economic status of persons
categorised 'not working' in the principal status for each household type for rural areas: allIndia
all - India
usual activity
status
industry

(1)

(2)

11, 12, 21

01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
x
01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
01-93
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

31

41
51
51
41 & 51
11 - 51

81
11-81
91
92
93
94 97
91-97
11-97
per 1000 distribution
estd. persons (00)
sample persons

self employed in
agrinonculture
agriculture

household type
agr. other
all labour labour

(3)

(4)

(5)

406
15
5
426
2
2
2
6
0
10
2
0
12
12
418
19
7
444
1
445
44
296
155
60
555
1000
395
847424
12810

86
155
46
287
1
2
4
7
0
49
4
1
55
55
136
161
51
348
2
351
44
358
183
64
649
1000
146
313273
6457

319
53
16
388
1
2
3
6
0
21
2
0
24
24
342
57
19
418
1
420
44
313
163
61
580
1000
542
1160697
19267

(6)

others

(7)

(8)

52
101
21
20
4
6
77
127
4
2
3
26
2
11
9
39
1
4
468
104
9
150
6
13
483
267
484
271
525
207
33
200
13
30
570
437
0
9
570
446
27
38
203
336
149
138
51
42
430
554
1000
1000
252
80
539452 170769
7050
3334

107
11
2
121
1
3
38
42
4
45
3
1
49
53
158
17
41
216
2
218
70
423
164
125
782
1000
125
268140
4474

rural female
estd. sample
total persons persons
(incl.
(00)
n.r.)
(9)

(10)

(11)

208
446213
37
79384
11
22614
256
548211
2
4633
4
9164
8
16653
14
30451
1
2199
143
306879
16
34020
3
5884
162
346783
163
348982
354
759124
58
123324
21
45197
433
927644
2
3908
435
931552
42
90800
301
644179
157
337080
65
139377
565
1211437
1000
2142989
1000
x
2142989
x
34206
x

7497
2014
537
10048
90
233
379
702
43
3839
512
115
4466
4509
11436
2788
1035
15259
114
15373
1859
9902
4940
2132
18833
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x
x

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Table 19R (contd.): Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons (15 years and above) by usual
activity category taking also into consideration the subsidiary economic status of persons
categorised 'not working' in the principal status for each household type for rural areas: allIndia
all - India
usual activity
status
industry

(1)

(2)

11, 12, 21

01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
x
01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
01-93
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

31

41
51

41 & 51
11 - 51

81
11-81
91
92
93
94 97
91-97
11-97
per 1000 distribution
estd. persons (00)
sample persons

self employed in
agrinonculture
agriculture

household type
agr. other
all labour labour

(3)

(4)

(5)

608
12
12
632
2
3
7
13
0
11
4
2
17
17
621
19
22
662
5
667
64
145
76
48
333
1000
403
1755233
26240

87
219
222
528
2
8
17
27
1
38
14
5
57
57
126
241
243
611
7
619
63
174
90
54
381
1000
150
654622
13304

466
68
69
604
2
5
10
16
0
18
7
3
28
28
487
80
82
648
6
654
64
153
80
50
346
1000
553
2409855
39544

(6)

others

(7)

(8)

46
76
13
17
8
9
66
102
9
5
4
49
10
53
23
107
3
7
609
88
20
276
9
82
639
445
642
452
666
169
38
346
27
146
731
661
4
10
735
671
36
46
105
166
75
68
49
49
265
329
1000
1000
248
79
1082797 346371
14068
6972

155
14
17
185
6
33
176
215
6
32
4
4
40
46
199
51
196
446
16
462
101
223
86
127
538
1000
118
513016
8744

rural person
estd. sample
total persons persons
(incl.
(00)
n.r.)
(9)
294
44
43
381
5
11
33
49
2
172
31
11
214
217
472
87
87
646
7
653
60
150
78
59
347
1000
1000
4360100
69487

(10)

(11)

1281115
191728
187062
1659906
19861
49222
143727
212809
9991
751378
136228
46944
934551
944542
2058711
379702
378843
2817257
29681
2846937
260473
654857
342033
255800
1513162
4360100

19719
4617
3435
27771
434
1150
2340
3924
198
9561
2504
864
12929
13127
29771
8372
6679
44822
601
45423
4894
10051
5063
4056
24064
69487

x
x
x

x
x
x

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Table 19U: Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons (15 years and above) by usual activity
category taking also into consideration the subsidiary economic status of persons categorised 'not
working' in the principal status for each household type in urban areas
all - India
usual activity
status
industry

(1)

11, 12, 21

31

41
51

41 & 51
11 - 51

(2)

01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
x
01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
01-93
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

81
11-81
91
92
93
94 - 97
91-97
11-97
per thousand distn.
estd. persons (00)
sample persons

household type

urban male
estimated sample
persons persons
(00)

selfemployed

regular
wage/
salaried

casual
labour

others

total
(incl.
n.r.)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

57
182
475
714
0
18
39
57
0
3
23
12
38
38
60
223
527
810
17
827
112
5
1
55
173
1000
394
332887
27083

7
9
34
49
5
249
407
661
1
2
15
11
28
28
14
273
452
739
40
778
156
4
1
61
222
1000
424
358817
22663

10
11
18
39
0
13
21
35
14
117
471
199
786
800
127
503
243
874
22
895
45
5
1
53
105
1000
124
105034
6528

56
7
47
109
0
15
48
64
1
3
19
6
28
28
59
42
100
201
79
280
359
8
2
351
720
1000
57
47844
3447

30
77
207
313
2
115
193
311
2
17
75
35
126
128
49
268
436
753
31
784
136
4
1
74
216
1000
1000
845839
59857

25185
65242
174743
265169
2064
97501
163645
263210
1755
14107
63240
29474
106822
108577
41397
227045
368513
636956
26034
662990
115404
3794
953
62698
182849
845839
x
x
x

2204
6508
13296
22008
163
5894
11019
17076
186
837
3806
1918
6561
6747
3215
16328
26288
45831
1718
47549
7621
297
77
4313
12308
59857
x
x
x

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Table 19U (contd.): Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons (15 years and above) by usual
activity category taking also into consideration the subsidiary economic status of persons
categorised 'not working' in the principal status for each household type in urban areas
all - India
usual activity
status
industry

(1)

11, 12, 21

31

41
51

41 & 51
11 - 51

(2)

01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
x
01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
01-93
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

81
11-81
91
92
93
94 - 97
91-97
11-97
per thousand distn.
estd. persons (00)
sample persons

household type

urban female
estimated sample
persons persons
(00)

selfemployed

regular
wage/
salaried

casual
labour

others

total
(incl.
n.r.)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

28
66
59
152
0
4
22
26
0
7
6
6
19
19
35
76
86
197
5
201
97
559
90
52
799
1000
394
302064
24331

9
20
9
39
2
19
93
113
0
4
3
4
12
12
15
42
106
163
5
169
130
567
81
52
831
1000
412
315575
19639

26
26
15
67
0
4
25
29
1
90
115
61
267
268
117
146
101
364
3
367
35
425
125
48
633
1000
125
95528
6108

18
5
8
31
0
1
25
26
0
1
3
4
9
9
19
9
38
66
23
89
163
515
69
164
911
1000
68
51981
3823

19
38
29
86
1
10
52
62
0
16
18
12
46
46
36
66
93
195
6
201
108
543
90
59
799
1000
1000
766649
54022

14758
29099
22447
66304
563
7517
39500
47581
128
12042
14110
9153
35305
35433
27368
50810
71139
149318
4596
153914
82456
416181
68667
45432
612736
766649

1352
3124
1659
6135
24
601
2451
3076
23
682
870
566
2118
2141
2061
4610
4681
11352
352
11704
5858
28098
5087
3275
42318
54022

x
x
x

x
x
x

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Appendix Tables

Table 19U (contd.): Per thousand distribution of males, females and persons (15 years and above) by usual
activity category taking also into consideration the subsidiary economic status of persons
categorised 'not working' in the principal status for each household type in urban areas
all - India
usual activity
status
industry

(1)

11, 12, 21

31

41
51

41 & 51
11 - 51

(2)
01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
x
01-05
10-45
50-93
01-93
01-93
01-05
10-45
50-99
01-99
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

81
11-81
91
92
93
94 - 97
91-97
11-97
per thousand distn.
estd. persons (00)
sample persons

household type

urban persons
estimated sample
persons persons
(00)

selfemployed

regular
wage/
salaried

casual
labour

others

total
(incl.
n.r.)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

43
127
277
447
0
11
31
42
0
5
15
9
29
29
48
153
317
518
11
529
105
268
44
54
471
1000
394
634952
51414

8
14
22
44
4
141
260
405
0
3
9
8
20
20
14
165
290
469
24
493
144
267
39
57
507
1000
418
674393
42302

17
18
17
52
0
9
23
32
8
104
301
133
539
547
122
333
176
631
13
643
40
205
60
51
357
1000
124
200562
12636

36
6
26
69
0
8
36
44
0
2
11
5
18
18
38
25
68
131
50
181
257
272
37
253
819
1000
62
99825
7270

25
59
122
206
2
65
126
193
1
16
48
24
88
89
43
172
273
488
19
507
123
260
43
67
493
1000
1000
1612488
113879

39943
94341
197189
331473
2627
105019
203145
310791
1883
26149
77350
38628
142127
144010
68766
277856
439652
786274
30630
816904
197860
419975
69620
108129
795584
1612488

3556
9632
14955
28143
187
6495
13470
20152
209
1519
4676
2484
8679
8888
5276
20938
30969
57183
2070
59253
13479
28395
5164
7588
54626
113879

x
x
x

x
x
x

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Appendix B
Sample Design and Estimation Procedure
1.0.0 Introduction: The NSS 56th round was
focused on unorganized manufacturing
enterprises. In addition, the annual consumer
expenditure enquiry covering some key
characteristics of employment-unemplo yment
was conducted, on a thin sample of four
households in each sample village/block.

1.0.2 Period of survey and work


programme : The fieldwork of the fifty-sixth
round commenced on 1st July 2000 and ended
on 30th June 2001. The survey period of this
round was divided into four sub-rounds of
three months duration each as follows:
sub-round no.

1.0.1 Subject coverage: The fifty-sixth round


of NSS covered broadly all unorganized
manufacturing enterprises under the two-digit
codes, 15 to 37 (Tabulation category D) of
NIC 98 and non-ASI enterprises under cotton
ginning, cleaning and baling (NIC 98 code
01405). Thus the survey covered:
(a) Manufacturing
enterprises
not
registered under Sections 2m(i) and
2m(ii) of the Factories Act, 1948
(b) Manufacturing enterprises registered
under Section 85 of Factories Act, 1948
(c) Non-ASI enterprises engaged in cotton
ginning, cleaning and baling (NIC 98
code 01405)
(d) Non-ASI enterprises manufacturing bidi
and cigar whether registered under bidi
and cigar workers (condition of
emplo yment) Act, 1966 or not.

1
2
3
4

period of survey
July-September 2000
October-December 2000
January-March 2001
April-June 2001

Equal number of sample FSUs was


allotted for survey in each of these four subrounds.
Because of the arduous field
conditions, this sub-round restriction was
relaxed in Andaman and Nicobar Islands,
Lakshadweep, rural areas of Arunachal
Pradesh and Nagaland.
1.0.3 Geographical coverage: The survey
covered the whole of the Indian Union except
(i) Ladakh and Kargil districts of Jammu &
Kashmir, (ii) interior villages of Nagaland
situated beyond five kilometers of the bus
route and (iii) villages in Andaman and
Nicobar Islands which remain inaccessible
throughout the year and (iv) some FSUs
(numbering less than 0.1% of total) where
EC98 work could not be conducted.
However, certain districts of Jammu &
Kashmir had to be excluded from the survey
coverage due to unfavourable field conditions.

The survey excluded:


(a) Repairing enterprises not falling under
Tabulation Category D of NIC 98
(b) Departmental units such as Railway
Workshops,
RTC
Workshops,
Government Mint, Sanitary, Water
supply, Gas, Storage, etc. in line with
ASI coverage
(c) Units covered under ASI

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1.0.4 Schedules of enquiry : The following


Table lists the schedules of enquiry for the
current round:
Table 2: Schedules being canvassed in NSS
56th round
srl.
no.
(1)
1.
2.
3.

schedule
no.
(2)
0.0
2.2
1.0

expenditure and employment-unemployment


survey, however, households were the USUs.
1.1.1 Sampling frame : EC 98 with
enterprise/ establishment level data was taken
as the frame for the survey for the whole of
India except Orissa, Bihar (EC 98 work not
completed) and 66 towns of Karnataka (EC98
work done not using UFS blocks). Population
Census 1991 was taken as sampling frame for
rural sector of both Orissa and Bihar. The
latest available list of UFS blocks was taken as
sampling frame for 66 towns of Karnataka and
for all towns of Orissa and Bihar.

title of the schedule


(3)
list of households and nonagricultural enterprises
unorganized manufacturing
household
consumer
expenditure

1.2.2 Stratification: Rural: Each district has


been treated as a stratum for all States/UTs. In
all States/UTs except Orissa and Bihar, each
district has been divided into three sub-strata
as under:

1.0.5 Participation of States: In this round


all the States and Union Territories except
Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Dadra & Nagar
Haveli and Lakshadweep have participated at
least on an equal matching basis. The
following table shows the prevalent matching
pattern of the participating States/UTs:

sub-stratum 1: FSUs with no unorganized


manufacturing enterprises
sub-stratum 2: FSUs with at least one DME in
the unorganized sector
sub-stratum 3: remaining FSUs

Table 3: Prevalent matching pattern of the


participating States/UTs
States / UTs
(1)
Nagaland (U), Delhi
J & K, Manipur
Goa, Maharashtra (U)
All other States / UTs

matching pattern
(2)
Triple
Double
One and half
Equal

Formation of a sub-stratum
has been considered only when there were at
least 20 FSUs in that sub-stratum;
otherwise that particular sub -stratum was not
formed and merged with other sub-stratum as
per the following working rule :
Sub-stratum 1 (sub-stratum 3) with less
than 20 FSUs has been merged with substratum 3 (sub -stratum 1). Sub-stratum 2 with
less than 8 FSUs has been merged with substratum 3. In case of merger of two or more
sub-strata, the FSUs have been identified with
the sub-stratum having larger number of
FSUs.

Note: i) Union Territory of Chandigarh has


not participated in the rural sector for state
sample.
ii) The matching pattern could not be
followed for Goa, Nagaland(U)
1.1.0 Sample design in outline : A stratified
multi-stage sample design was adopted with
villages (Panchayat wards in case of Kerala) /
UFS blocks as the first stage units (FSUs) and
manufacturing enterprises (OAME/ NDME /
DMEs) in the unorganized sector as the
ultimate stage units (USUs). For consumer

As EC 98 data were not available for


Orissa and Bihar at the time of sample
selection, stratification in these two states was
done on the basis of Population Census 1991.
In this case, each district has been taken as a

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stratum and each stratum has been divided into


two sub-strata only:

have been identified with the sub-stratum


having larger number of FSUs.

sub-stratum 1: All FSUs with


population from 0 to 50 as per Census 1991.
sub-stratum 2: The remaining FSUs.

For Karnataka, there were 66 towns


where UFS blocks were not used for EC 98
work. The stratification procedure has
therefore been modified for the urban sector of
Karnataka in the following manner:

Formation of a sub-stratum has been


considered only when there were at least 20
FSUs in that sub-stratum; otherwise no substratification has been effected and all FSUs in
this case have been taken to belong to substratum 2 for facilitating processing work
only.

All the towns of Karnataka have first


been grouped into NSS region town classes
as per the criteria given above for other
States/UTs. Then within each region town
class, two strata have been formed. The towns
included in the list of 66 special category
towns have formed a special stratum within a
region town class. The rest of the towns
within the region town class have formed a
general stratum.

Urban:
Strata have been formed
within each NSS region of a State/UT (except
Karnataka). The towns within an NSS region
have been grouped to form strata according to
the population of the towns as per 1991
population Census as given below (P stands
for population of '91 census):

Sub-stratification for general strata of


Karnataka has been the same as in the case of
other States/UTs. For special strata of
Karnataka and all the strata of Orissa and
Bihar, three sub-strata have been formed, as
follows:

i) Stratum 1: all towns with P 50000


ii) Stratum 2: all towns with 50000 < P 100000
iii) Stratum 3: all towns with 100000 < P 500000
iv) Stratum 4: all towns with 500000 < P 1000000
v) Stratum 5/ 6/ 7: Each town with P > 1000000

sub-stratum 1: all FSUs (i.e. UFS blocks as


per the latest UFS) identified as Industrial
Area (IA).
sub-stratum 2: all FSUs identified as
Bazar Area (BA).
sub-stratum 3: the remaining FSUs

Within each stratum (except for Orissa


and Bihar and specified 66 towns of
Karnataka) three sub-strata have been formed
based on EC-98 information, as under:
sub-stratum 1: FSUs with no unorganized
manufacturing enterprises
sub-stratum 2: FSUs with at least one DME in
the unorganized sector
sub-stratum 3: remaining FSUs.

Priority order that has been followed in


including a mixed area type FSU e.g. IA and
BA, BA and RA (i.e. Residential Area), etc. in
sub-strata is IA and then BA e.g. an FSU
identified as both IA and BA is included in
sub-stratum 1.

Sub-stratum 1 (sub-stratum 3) with less


than 20 FSUs has been merged with substratum 3 (sub-stratum 1) and has been
identified with the sub-stratum 3 (sub-stratum
1). Sub-stratum 2 with less than 8 FSUs has
been merged with sub-stratum 3. In case of
merger of two or more sub-strata, the FSUs

Sub-stratum with less than 20 FSUs


has been merged with other sub-stratum under
a working rule as given below:
Sub-stratum 1 is to be merged with substratum 2 if the latter has already been formed;

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otherwise sub-stratum1 is to be merged with


sub-stratum 3.
1.2.3 Sample Size : All-India sample size for
the round was fixed at 14788 FSUs for Central
sample and 16220 FSUs for the State sample.
The allotted numbers of sample FSUs by state
x sector, separately for Central and State
samples have been shown in Statement 0.
1.2.4 Allocation between rural and urban
sectors : The allocation of FSUs between rural
and urban sectors was made in proportion to
the number of workers engaged in
unorganized non-agricultural enterprises as
per EC 98 (Census 91 for Orissa and Bihar)
with 1.5 weightage to Urban sector.
1.2.5 Allocation among strata/sub-strata:
Allocations to strata/sub -strata in both rural
and urban sectors (except for Orissa, Bihar
and special urban strata in Karnataka) were
made in proportion to the number of nonagricultural workers in the unorga nized sector
as per EC 98.
For Orissa and Bihar rural, allocation was
made to strata/sub-strata in proportion to nonagricultural workers as per population
Census91. For urban strata of Orissa and
Bihar, allocation was made in proportion to
the number of FSUs in the strata. Allocations
to sub-strata within the urban stratum were
done in proportion to number of FSUs in the
sub-strata with weights 2, 2 and 1 for substratum 1, 2 and 3 respectively.
For the special urban strata of Karnataka,
stratum allocations were made in proportion to
number of non-agricultural workers in the
unorganized sector as per EC 98. But substratum allocations were made in the same
manner as for urban sub -strata of Orissa and
Bihar.
Allocation to any stratum/sub-stratum was
adjusted to a multiple of 2 FSUs. (When the

proportional allocation turned out to be less


than three, it was adjusted to 2. When the
allocation was greater than or equal to 3 but
less than 5, it was adjusted to 4 and so on.)
While allocating FSUs to stratum/sub-stratum
the representation of each (stratum x substratum sub-sample) was ensured.
1.2.6 Selection of FSUs : For sub -stratum 1of each
stratum in rural/urban sector of each State/UT
except urban sub-strata of Orissa and Bihar and all
special strata/sub -strata relating to 66 towns of
Karnataka, FSUs have been selected by simple
random
sampling
without
replacement
population
(P)

no. of
hgs/sbs to
be formed

no. of nonagricultural
enterprises (E)

no. of hgs
/sbs to be
formed

0
- 1200
1201 - 1600
1601 - 2000
2001 - 2400
and so on

1
4
5
6

0 - 120
121 - 160
161 - 200
201 - 240
and so on

1
4
5
6

(SRSWOR). For all urban sub-strata of Orissa and


Bihar and all special strata/sub -strata relating to
66 towns of Karnataka, FSUs have been selected
circular systematically (CSS) with equal
probability. For all other sub-strata in both rural
and urban sectors, FSUs have been selected
circular systematically (CSS) with probability
proportional to size (PPS), size being the number
of manufacturing workers in the unorganized
sector as per EC 98. (For Orissa and Bihar
rural, size was the number of manufacturing
workers as per census '91). For an FSU with no
manufacturing worker, size 1 has been assigned to
that FSU before drawing samples. However, some
manufacturing enterprises have been found to
have large number of workers as per EC 98 frame
even though they are in the unorganized sector.
Some adjustment to the size of workers for such
enterprises has, therefore, been made before
calculating the size of FSUs. For this purpose, any
unorganized manufacturing enterprise having
more than 200 workers has been deemed to have a
size equal to 200. Enterprise sizes have been

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thereafter added up to get the FSU size and substratum / stratum size.

number has been assigned against sample FSUs in


the sequence 1, 2, 3, 4.

Sample FSUs have been drawn in the form of two


independent sub-samples in both the sectors.
However, for sub -strata 2 and 3 of both the
sectors, except those belonging to urban sectors of
Bihar & Orissa and 66 towns of Karnataka, a little
modification in the usual procedure for CSS PPS
scheme was made at the selection stage so that
repetition of FSU within a sub-sample or between
sub-samples could be avoided. The modification
was as follows:

1.2.7 Formation of hamlet-group/ sub-block:


Hamlet-group/ sub-block (hg / sb) was formed in
large FSUs by considering the population and
enterprise criteria as indicated below:
Population
(P)
(1)
0 - 1200
1201 - 1600
1601 - 2000
2001 - 2400
and so on

In any cycle of CSS, if the selected FSU was


found to be already present in the sample (either
in the first or in the second sub -sample), it was
skipped and next cycle was executed by adding
the sampling interval in order to select a fresh
FSU. As a result, all the selected FSUs in the two
sub-samples taken together were distinct for the
sub-stratum. In some sub-strata where there were
some big-sized FSUs, the procedure did not result
in selection of required number of distinct FSUs
because a situation was encountered where the
sample FSUs were repeated again and again even
after adding the sampling interval. In a few such
cases, where a fresh FSU was not found even after
20 cycles, the first unselected FSU obtained by
scanning the sub-stratum from the top of the
frame was selected. In Central sample, the
selection of samples for 1 st sub-sample was
completed first and then the FSUs of 2nd subsample were drawn. In case of State sample,
sampling was done independently of Central
sample. But within the state sample, the procedure
of selection was same as in the case of Central
sample. It may be noted that in view of the above
modification, the two sub-samples are no more
independent.

No. of
h.gs/s.bs to
be formed
(2)
1
4
5
6

No. of nonagricultural
enterprises (E)
(3)
0 - 120
121 - 160
161 - 200
201 - 240
and so on

No. of h.gs
/s.bs to be
formed
(4)
1
4
5
6

For rural areas of HP, Sikkim and Poonch,


Rajouri, Udhampur and Doda districts of J &
K, number of hgs was formed in the village as
per population criterion were 1 for P < 600, 4
for 601 P 800, 5 for 801 P 1000 and so
on. For enterprise criterion, procedure was not
changed for the above areas.
The higher of the two values as per population
and enterprise criteria was accepted as the
number (D) of hgs/ sbs to be actually formed.
Hamlet-group/ sub -block was formed by more
or less equalizing population. Three hgs/ sbs
were selected - one with the maximum number
of DMEs (or with maximum number of
NDMEs if there was no DME or with
maximum number of OAMEs if there was no
DME/ NDME in the FSU) or with maximum
percentage share of population if there was no
manufacturing enterprise in the entire FSU,
was always selected and termed as Segment 1;
other
two
were
selected
circular
systematically with equal probability and
combined to form Segment 2.

For uniform spread of field work over the survey


period all the sample FSUs pertaining to a
State/UT have been arranged, separately for
central sample and state sample, first by stratum
and then each stratum by sub-stratum and each
sub-stratum by sub-sample and then sub -round

1.2.8 Sampling of households (for schedule


1.0) : A thin sample of 4 households was
selected from the households listed in the
sample village/block for canvassing schedule

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1.0. In villages/blocks with hg/sb formation,


two households were selected from each of the
two segments for this purpose. In case of a
shortfall in the required number of households
in a particular segment, the quota for the other
segment was increased so that a total of 4
households got selected in all. The households
were first arranged by their means of
livelihood and then the required number of
sample households was selected circular
systematically with equal probability for each
segment of the village/block separately.

1.9 Estimation Procedure


1.9.1 Notations:
s = subscript for s-th stratum
t = subscript for t-th sub-stratum (t = 1, 2 or 3)
m = subscript for sub-sample (m = 1, 2)
i = subscript for i-th village/block (FSUs)
1 = subscript for segment 1
2 = subscript for segment 2
j = subscript for j-th enterprise type (j =1 for
OAME; j =2 for NDME; j =3 for DME)
k = subscript for k-th sample enterprise under
a particular enterprise type for Sch.2.2 and
k-th sample household for Sch.1.0.
D = total no. of h.gs /s.bs formed in the sample
village/block
Z = total size of a stratum/sub -stratum
z = size of village/block used for selection
n' = number of sample village/blocks allotted
for a particular sub -sample.
n = number of sample village s/blocks
surveyed including zero cases for a particular
sub-sample.
p'A = inclusion probability for the sample FSU
E = total no. of enterprises listed for a
particular enterprise type in a segment of
sample FSU.
e = total no. of enterprises surveyed for a
particular enterprise type in a segment of
sample FSU.
H = total no. of households listed in a segment
of FSU.
h = total no. of households surveyed in a
segment of sample FSU.
x, y = observed value s of characters X, Y
under estimation.
X , Y = estimate of population total of the
characters X, Y.
Then ystmi1 jk = observed value of the character
Y for the k-th sample enterprise of the j-th
enterprise type belonging to segment- 1 of i-th
village/block (FSUs) of m-th sub-sample of the
t-th sub-stratum of s-th stratum.

Number of enterprises to be surveyed and


procedure of selection: Three second -stage strata
have been formed for DME, NDME and OAME
for each sample FSU/ segment. In an FSU at most
16 enterprises were to be surveyed. When the
frame was found to contain at most 16 such
enterprises all the available ones have been
surveyed. However, when the frame was found to
contain more than 16 such enterprises the
enterprises
were
arranged
by
Broad
Manufacturing Group (BMG) codes.
Activities under
NIC 98 codes
15-16
17-18
19-22
23-28
29-36
37

Broad manufacturing
group (BMG) code
1
2
3
4
5
6

After arranging the enterprises a total of 16


enterprises were selected circular systematically
with equal probability as given below.
Secondstage
stratum
(1)
DME
NDME
OAME
Total

FSUs not requiring


hamlet -group/subblock formation
Segment 1
(2)
8
4
4
16

FSUs requiring hamlet group/sub-block formation


Segment 1
(3)
6
2
2
10

Segment 2
(4)
2
2
2
6

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1.9.2 Formulae for estimation for a particular


stratum sub-stratum sub-sample :
A)

iii)

Estimate for stratum

Ysm =

Ystm

, (m =1, 2) (A3)

t =1

Sch. 0.0:

B) Sch. 1.0:
i)
Estimation formula for sub-stratum 1:
Z st n stm Hstmi1 h stmi1
Ystm =
[
ystmi1k
n stm i =1 h stmi1 k =1
Dstmi 1 Hstmi2 hstmi2
+(
)
ystmi2k ] ,
2
hstmi2 k =1
(t = 1 ; m =1, 2)
(B1)

i) Estimation formula for sub-stratum 1:


Z st n stm
D stmi 1
Ystm =
[ y stmi 1 + (
) y stmi 2 ] ,

n stm i =1
2

(t = 1 ; m =1, 2)

(A1)

ii) Estimation formula for sub -strata 2 & 3:


1) for all States except Orissa (Urban), Bihar
(Urban) and 66 towns of Karnataka :

i) Estimation formula for sub-strata 2 & 3:


a) for sub-sample 1:
1) for all States except Orissa (U), Bihar (U)
and 66 towns of Karnataka:

nstm 1
Dstmi 1
Ystm =
[ ystmi1 + (
) ystmi2] ,
2
i =1 pstmi
(t = 2, 3 ; m =1)

(A2.1)

a) for sub-sample 1:
nstm 1 Hstmi1 hstmi1
[

ystmi1k
i =1 pstmi h stmi1 k =1
Dstmi 1 Hstmi2 hstmi2
+(
)
ystmi2k] ,
2
hstmi2 k =1
(t = 2, 3 ; m =1)
(B2.1)
b) for sub-sample 2:

b) for sub -sample 2:

Ystm =

Ystm = A + B , (t = 2, 3 ; m =2)
where

nstm
Dstmi 1
[ystmi1 + ( 2 ) ystmi2] ,
i =1
(t = 2, 3 ; m =1)
and
A=

Ystm = A + B ,

(t = 2, 3 ; m =2)

where

nstm 1
Dstmi 1
B=
[ ystmi1 + (
) ystmi2] ,
2
i =1 p stmi
(t = 2, 3 ; m =2) ... (A2.2)

nstm Hstmi1 hstmi1


Dstmi 1 Hstmi2 hstmi2
[
y
stmi
1
k
+
(
)
hstmi1
ystmi2k ],
2
hstmi2 k =1
i =1
k =1
(t = 2, 3 ; m = 1)
and

A=

2) for Orissa (U), Bihar (U) and 66 towns of


Karnataka :

B=

Zst nstm
Dstmi 1
Ystm =
[ ystmi1 + (
) ystmi2] , (t =

nstm i=1
2
2, 3 ; m =1, 2)
(A2.3)

nstm 1 Hstmi1 hstmi1


p stmi [ hstmi1 ystmi1k
i =1
k =1
+(

Dstmi 1 Hstmi2 hstmi2


)
ystmi2k ] ,
2
hstmi2 k =1

(t = 2, 3 ; m = 2)

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nstmj Estmi1 j estmi1 j


Dstmi1 Estmi2 j estmi2 j
A = [
ystmi2 jk],
ystmi1 jk + ( 2 ) estmi2 j
i =1 estmi1 j k=1
k=1

(B2.2)
2) for Orissa (U), Bihar (U) and 66 towns of
Karnataka :
Zst nstm Hstmi1 hstmi1
Ystm =
[
ystmi1k
nstm i=1 hstmi1 k =1
Dstmi 1 Hstmi2 hstmi2
+(
)
ystmi2k ] ,
2
hstmi2 k =1
(t = 2, 3; m =1, 2)
(B2.3)

iii)

(t = 2, 3 ; j = 1, 2, 3 ; m =1)
and
nstmj 1 Estmi1 j estmi1 j
B=
[
ystmi1 jk]
i =1 p stmi estmi1 j k =1
Dstmi 1 Estmi2 j estmi2 j
+(
)
ystmi2 jk ],
2
estmi2 j k =1
(t = 2, 3 ; j = 1, 2, 3 ; m =2)
(C2.2)

Estimate for stratum:


3

2) for Orissa (U), Bihar (U) and 66 towns of


Karnataka:

Ysm = Ystm , (m =1, 2)


t =1

. ... (B3)
Zst nstmj Estmi1 j estmi1 j
Ystmj =
[
ystmi1 jk ]
nstmj i =1 estmi1 j k =1
Dstmi 1 Estmi2 j estmi2 j
+(
)
ystmi2 jk ,
2
estmi2 j k =1
(t = 2, 3 ; j = 1, 2, 3 ; m =1, 2)
(C2.3)

C) Sch. 2.2:
i) Estimation formula for sub -stratum 1:
Zst nstmj E stmi 1 j e stmi 1 j
Ystmj =
[
y stmi 1 jk ]
n stmj i =1 e stmi 1 j k = 1

Dstmi 1 Estmi2 j estmi2 j


)
ystmi2 jk ,
2
estmi2 j k =1
(t = 1 ; j = 1, 2, 3 ; m =1, 2)

(C1)
ii)Estimation formula for sub-strata 2 & 3:
+(

i)

Estimate for stratum:


3

Ysmj = Ystmj

1) for all States except Orissa(Urban), Bihar


(Urban) and 66 towns of Karnataka :

Ysm = Ysmj for all enterprises,


j =1

n stmj 1 E stmi1 j e stmi1 j


[

ystmi1 jk ,
i = 1 p stmi e stmi1 j k = 1

D stmi 1 Estmi2 j estmi2 j


+(
)
ystmi2 jk
2
estmi2 j k =1
(t = 2, 3 ; j = 1, 2, 3 ; m =1)

b) for sub-sample 2:
Ystm = A + B ,

j-th

enterprise type, (j = 1, 2, 3 ; m =1, 2)



(C3)

a) for sub-sample 1:
Ystmj =

for

t =1

(m =1, 2)

(C4)

Note: i) For rural sector of Orissa and Bihar,


there are only two sub-strata i.e. t = 1 or 2.
ii) For all sub-strata in the urban sector of
Bihar, Orissa and special strata of Karnataka
and for sub-stratum 1 in both rural and urban
sector of all other States/UTs, stratum/substratum size (Zst ) is the number of FSUs in the
stratum/sub-stratum.

(C2.1)

(t = 2, 3 ; m= 2)

where

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1.9.3 Combined Estimates for aggregate :


Combined estimate (denoted by Ycs ) of
two sub-samples is obtained as:
2

1
Ycs = Ysm . (D1)
2 m =1

1.10.2. Casualty cases : FSUs with survey code 7


as per sch. 0.0 are treated as casualties. In addition
to this, an FSU, although surveyed, may have to
be treated as casualties for a particular schedule
type and enterprise type as given in the following
para :

for stratum s.
1.9.4 Combined Estimate of aggregates for
Region/State/UT/all-India :
The combined estimate Yc at the
Region/State/UT/all- India level is obtained by
summing the stratum estimates Ycs over all
the strata belonging to the region/State/UT/allIndia i.e.
.
(D2)
Y c = Ycs
s

1.9.5. Estimates of ratios :


Let Yc and X c be the Region/State/UT/allIndia level combined estimates for two
aggregate characters X and Y respectively.
Then combined ratio estimate R c of the

1.10.2.1. Sch 1.0: FSUs with survey codes 1 and


4 having frame households greater than 0 but
surveyed households as per the data file as nil,
considering both segments together, (i.e. H stmi1
+ H stmi 2 > 0 but h stmi1 + h stmi 2 = 0) will be
taken as casualties. All the FSUs with survey
codes 1-6 minus the number of casualties as
identified above for sch. 1.0 will be taken as the
number of surveyed FSUs ( n stm) for that stratum
sub-stratum.
When casualty occurs for a particular
segment but not for the other segment, the FSU
will not be treated as casualty but some
adjustments in the value of H for the other
segment will be done as follows:
i) Suppose for segment 1, H stmi 1 >0 but
h stmi 1 =0 while for segment 2, H stmi 2 >0 and
h stmi 2 >0.

Y
ratio R =
will be given by
X
Y
R c = c
X

In that case ( D stmi 1 ) H stmi


2

be replaced by Hstmi1 + (

(D3)

will

Dstmi 1
)Hstmi2 in the
2

formula for multiplier of segment 2. Multiplier


for segment 1 will be 0.

ii) Suppose for segment 1, H stmi 1 >0 and


h stmi 1 >0 while for segment 2, H stmi 2 >0 but

1.10 Treatment for zero, casualty cases etc.:

h stmi 2 =0.

1.10.1. While counting number of FSUs (nstm )In


surveyed in a stratum/sub-stratum all the FSUs
with survey codes 3 and 6 (i.e. zero case) for sch.
0.0 will also be considered. In addition, if no USU
is available for a particular schedule in the frame
then also that FSU will be treated as surveyed in
respect of that schedule. However, if the USUs are
available in the frame of the FSU but could not be
surveyed then that FSU has to be treated as
casualty and it will not be treated as surveyed.

that

case H stmi 1

Hstmi1 + (

will

be

replaced

by

Dstmi 1
) Hstmi2 in the formula for
2

multiplier of segment 1. Multiplier for


segment 2 will be 0.
It may be noted that nstm will always be
the same for both segments of an FSU .
1.10.2.2. Sch. 2.2: There are three-second
stage strata (i.e. enterprise types) within each

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segment. Casualties will be calculated for each


second stage strata separately. FSUs with
survey codes 1,2,4 or 5 having frame
enterprises of a particular type greater than 0
but enterprises surveyed as per data file,
considering both segments together, as nil (i.e.
E stmi 1 j + Estmi 2 j >0 but e stmi 1 j + estmi 2 j =0
for the FSU as a whole) will be treated as
casualty for that enterprise type. FSUs with
survey codes 1-6 minus the number of
casualties identified above will be taken as the
number of FSUs surveyed ( n stmj ) for

1.11 Treatment in cases of void secondstage strata /sub-strata/ strata /NSS region
at FSU or enterprise level:
A stratum/sub-stratum may be void
because of the casualty of all the FSUs
belonging to the stratum/sub-stratum. This
may occur in one sub-sample or in both the
sub-samples. If it relates to only one subsample, then estimate for the void stratum/substratum may be replaced with the estimate as
obtained from the other sub-sample for the
same
stratum/sub-stratum.
When
a
stratum/sub-stratum is void in both the subsamples, the following procedure is
recommended:

enterprise type j. It may be noted n stmj may


not be equal for all j within the same stratum x
sub-stratum.
When casualty for a particular
enterprise type occurs in one segment but not
in the other segment, FSU will not be treated
as casualty for that enterprise type but some
adjustments in the values of E will be made in
the other segment in the following way:
i)

Case (1): Stratum void case at FSU


levels ( i.e. all FSUs having survey code 7): In
this case, as a general rule, the stratum/substratum may be merged with a similar
stratum/sub-stratum of the same NSS region
according to the guidelines given below:
i) When sub-stratum 1 of a
stratum is void, it may be merged with substratum 1 of another stratum belonging to the
same NSS region.
ii) When sub-stratum 2 (substratum 3) is void but sub -stratum 3 (substratum 2) of a stratum is not void, it may be
merged with sub-stratum 3 (sub-stratum 2) of
the same stratum.
iii) When sub-stratum 2 and 3 of
a stratum are both void, they may be merged
with the respective sub-stratum of another
stratum belonging to the same NSS region.
iv) When the entire stratum is
void, it may be merged with another stratum
of the same NSS region, merger being done
sub-stratum-wise.

Suppose for segment 1, Estmi1 j >0


but estmi1 j =0 while for segment 2,

Estmi 2 j >0 and estmi 2 j >0. In that


case

Dstmi 1
Estmi2 j will be replaced by
2

Estmi1 j +

D stmi 1
Estmi 2 j in the formula
2

for multipliers of segment 2. Multiplier


for segment 1 will be 0.
ii) Suppose for segment 1, Estmi1 j >0
and estmi1 j >0 while for segment 2,

Estmi 2 j >0 but

estmi 2 j =0. In that

case Estmi1 j will be replaced by


Estmi1 j +

D stmi 1
Estmi 2 j in the formula
2

Case (2): Stratum void case at


enterprise type level (i.e. all the FSUs are
casualties for a particular enterprise type):
An FSU may be casualty for a particular
enterprise type although survey code is not 7.
If all the FSUs of a stratum/sub-stratum

for multipliers of segment 1. Multiplier


for segment 2 will be 0.
It may be noted that n stmj will
always be same for both segments
of an FSU.

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become casualties in this manner for a


particular enterprise type, the stratum/substratum will become void. The adjustment for
this type of stratum/sub-stratum void case may
be done according to the following guidelines:

obtained following the guidelines given in


para 8.2 above and used for tabulation. It
includes zero cases but excludes casualty
cases.
d) The value of zsti is to be
taken from the column of sample list under the
heading size. [ zsti =1 for all sub -strata in the
urban sector of Bihar, Orissa and special strata
of Karnataka and for sub-stratum 1 in both
rural and urban sector of all States/UTs.]
e) Value of Dsti is to be taken from item 17,
block 1 of Sch. 0.0.
f) Values of Hsti 1 , Hsti 2 are to be taken from
Col. (3), block 7 of Sch. 0.0 for respective
segment.
g) Values of Esti1 j , Esti 2 j (j = 1, 2, 3) are to
be taken from Col. (3), block 6 of Sch.0.0 for
respective segment.
h) The values of hsti 1 and hsti 2
should not be taken from Col. (7), block
7 of Sch. 0.0. These should be obtained
by counting the number of households
(1.0) in the data file excluding the
casualty households (i.e. having survey
code 3 in item 17 of Block 1 of schedule
1.0).
i) The values of esti 1 j and esti 2 j (j =
1, 2, 3) are not to be taken from Col. (7),
block 6 of Sch. 0.0. These should be
counted from the data file and should
exclude casualty enterprises (i.e. having
a survey code 3 in item 18, block 1 of
Sch. 2.2).

The adjustment will be made involving the


strata/sub-strata belonging to an NSS region
only. Suppose A, B and C are the three strata
in an NSS region and sub-stratum i of C is
void. If Yaij, Ybij are the aggregate estimates
for sub-stratum i of A and B respectively for jth enterprise type, then estimate Ycij for the jth enterprise type for sub-stratum i of C may
be obtained as (Ya ij + Yb ij Zc i ) where Zai,
Za i + Zb i

Zbi, Zci are the sizes of sub-stratum i of strata


A, B and C respectively (i=1, 2 or 3; j = 1, 2 or
3).
For any other type of stratum void
case, reference may be made to SDRD, NSSO,
Calcutta for guidelines.
In case an NSS region could not be surveyed
at all, the same should be excluded from the
coverage of the survey. The state level
estimate will be based on the estimates of
NSS region for which acceptable estimates
are available.
1.12. References to the values of pst , pst
Z st , n st , zsti , Dsti , Hsti 1 , hsti 1 , Hsti 2 ,

hsti 2 , Esti 1 j , esti1 j , Esti 2 j , esti 2 j :

a) The values of pst , pst for rural central


sample FSUs are given in Table 4C and in
Table 5C for urban central sample. Similarly,
the values of pst , pst for state sample FSUs
are given in Tables 4S & 5S respectively for
rural and urban sectors.
b) The values of Z st are given in Table (2)
for rural sector and in Table (3) for urban
sector.
c) nst should not be taken from the
tables. The values of nst for Sch. 0.0/1.0 and
nstj for Sch. 2.2 for each sub-sample are to be

Estimation procedure laid down


above relates to the estima tes of
population characteristics on the
basis of the annual round data only.
As provision for generating subround/semi -round wise estimates has
not been made in the sample design
no attempt should be made to build
up
sub-round/semi -round
(six
months) estimates.

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Statement 0: Number of villages/ blocks allotted and surveyed and number of


households and persons surveyed

State/UT

no. of villages

no. of blocks

no. of households
surveyed
rural
urban
(6)
(7)
1800
2140
365
160
1116
776
1456
1444
758
1048

(1)
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Jharkhand

allotted
(2)
456
96
292
370
198

surveyed
(3)
451
94
279
367
190

allotted
(4)
536
40
196
362
262

surveyed
(5)
535
40
194
361
262

Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
J&K

20
184
116
172
180

20
181
109
159
127

36
480
172
140
364

36
478
171
140
214

80
724
428
636
508

143
1909
683
560
855

Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Chhattisgarh
Maharashtra

220
292
260
80
288

204
292
253
78
277

356
252
536
116
1024

356
252
534
116
1020

813
1168
1006
312
1108

1424
1006
2130
463
4077

Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
Orissa

72
64
44
56
264

70
64
43
55
252

120
80
120
56
248

120
80
117
52
248

280
256
172
217
997

477
320
468
208
991

Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Tripura

160
244
44
392
152

157
231
43
385
117

400
452
20
664
136

396
452
20
664
136

625
921
172
1534
468

1583
1801
79
2654
542

Uttar Pradesh
Uttaranchal
West Bengal
A.& N. Islands
Chandigarh

460
64
372
40
4

428
60
365
38
4

1016
100
580
24
20

1045
71
580
24
20

1702
240
1459
152
16

4175
284
2316
96
80

D.&N. Haveli
Daman & Diu
Delhi
Lakshadweep
Pondicherry

8
8
8
4
12

8
8
8
4
12

8
8
136
12
20

8
8
136
12
20

32
32
32
16
48

32
32
540
48
80

5696

5433

9092

8918

21649

35624

all-India

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