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Report

on
Employment &
Unemployment Survey
(2009-10)

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Ninistiy of Laboui & Employment
Laboui Buieau
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Contents

Executive Summary
Chapter-I
INTRODUCTION
1-10
Chapter-II
CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS

11-20
Chapter-III DEMOGRAPHIC PARTICULARS 21-28
Chapter-IV
LABOUR FORCE, EMPLOYMENT &
UNEMPLOYMENT
29-37
Chapter-V
EMPLOYMENT BY ENTERPRISE TYPES
& WORKING CONDITIONS
38-43
Chapter-VI
SAMPLING DESIGN & ESTIMATION
PROCEDURE
44-53
Chapter-VII LIMITATIONS AND LOOKING AHEAD 54-57
ANNEXURES 58 & 59
DETAILED TABLES

60-151
Preface
In India, a stated objective of economic policy planning is achievement of
high rates of growth of the economy and sustained improvement in the
standards of living of people. A rapid growth in employment opportunities
for all sections of the society, associated with rising GDP growth is essential
to realize this objective as also to achieve the goal of Inclusive Growth.
However, despite impressive economic growth over the years, the situation
on employment front leaves much to be desired.

Growing integration of our economy with the global economy has increased
the susceptibility of the economy to the vagaries of global economic forces.
Recent global recession adversely affected Indian economy and hence the
employment scenario in the country as well. Substantiation of such
observations calls for availability of reliable data on the current
employment-unemployment situation of the country. This underscores the
importance of having a mechanism in place to assess the employment-
unemployment situation at frequent intervals. Availability of data at
frequent intervals is crucial to monitor the dynamics of growth and
employment as also to assess the impact of economic events such as
recession on employment. The findings of surveys on the extent and nature
of unemployment is of immense use to policy makers and planners to
identify the sectors and subsectors which call for interventions to improve
the employment situation in the country.

In this background, the task of conducting such a survey on employment-
unemployment was entrusted to the Labour Bureau by the Ministry of
Labour & Employment, Government of India. The present Employment-
Unemployment survey is the first such Household survey undertaken by the
Bureau at the National level. The survey was undertaken across 28 States
and UTs of the country.

The report offers an assessment of the employment-unemployment situation
experienced by the economy over the years, defines the various concepts
and terminologies used in the survey, provides a range of demographic
particulars of the population and significantly provides various labour force
estimates at state and overall level which have enormous relevance. Various
parameters of employment by types of enterprise and working conditions of
labour force have also been reported based on the survey results.

Labour Bureau conveys its sincere thanks to the Secretary, Ministry of
Labour & Employment, Government of India for entrusting the task of
conducting the Survey. The Bureau is also thankful to the Labour &
Employment Adviser and the Deputy Director General in the ESA division of
the Ministry in guiding us at every stage of the survey. We are indeed
grateful to the Group of Experts, comprising of the officers of the Central
Statistical Organisation, the National Sample Survey Organisation, the
Directorate General of Employment & Training and the Ministry of Labour &
Employment, for providing their expert guidance in the finalization of the
Questionnaires, Sampling Design and the Estimation Procedure adopted in
the survey. My sincere thanks are also due to the National Sample Survey
Organisation including its Zonal, regional and sub regional offices for
making available the Urban Frame Survey maps. I am also grateful to the
State/UT Directorates of Economics & Statistics for their whole hearted
support and cooperation extended in collection of data and its supervision.

The report is a product of exemplary team work carried out in the Bureau
during the last six months. My appreciation for hard work rendered goes to
all the Investigators, Economic Officers, Statistical Officers and the senior
officers of the Bureau who have been part of this team. I am confident that
the findings of the survey would prove to be highly useful to all
stakeholders.


Chandigarh B.N. NANDA
29
th
October 2010 DIRECTOR GENERAL

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Executive Summary

1. The present Employment-Unemployment survey is the first such
household survey conducted by the Labour Bureau.
2. The survey has been conducted in 28 States/UTs spread across the
country in which about 99 per cent of the countrys population reside.
3. A multi stage stratified systematic sampling technique has been
adopted for the survey. In each State, districts have been divided into
four strata based on the population of the district.
4. The four strata formed include: i) districts having more than 50 lakh
populations, ii) 25-50 lakh population, iii) 10-25 lakh population and
(iv) less than 10 lakh population.
5. From the 28 States/UTs surveyed, 300 districts were selected for
coverage under the survey.
6. From each selected district, sixteen second stage units, i.e, villages in
case of rural areas and urban blocks in case of urban areas have been
selected.
7. The survey has been conducted during the period 01-04-2010 to 15-
08-2010. Information through the survey has been collected for the
fixed reference period of financial year 2009-10 (i.e. 1-04-2009 to 31-
03-2010).
8. Under the survey, 45,859 household schedules have been canvassed of
which 24,653 are rural and 21,206 are urban household schedules. A
total of 2,33,410 persons have been interviewed to gather information
from 45,859 households.
9. Various Employment-Unemployment estimates in the survey are
derived on the basis of usual principal status approach only.
10. The survey results are shown in proportions (per thousand persons) for
the States/UTs surveyed. At the Overall level of the States/U.Ts
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surveyed, absolute estimates are also derived in addition to the


proportion estimates.
11. The 28 States/UTs surveyed are estimated to have 238 million
households, of which 172 million are rural and 66 million are urban.
12. The household size is estimated at 5.0 at overall level, while it is 5.1 in
the rural sector and 4.7 in the urban sector.
13. In the 28 States/UTs surveyed, population is estimated at 1182 million
with 63.5 per cent population in the working class age of 15-59 years.
14. In the rural sector at overall level, population is estimated to be 872
million, which is 74 per cent of the total estimated population in the
States/U.Ts surveyed.
15. The sex ratio (no. of females per 1000 males) is estimated at 917 for the
rural and urban sectors combined, with 915 in the rural areas and 924
in the urban areas.
16. The literacy rate for the population of age group 7 years & above is
estimated to be 77.7 per cent at the overall level, with 74.6 per cent in
rural areas and 86.0 per cent in urban areas.
17. In case of male and female population of age group 7 years & above, the
literacy rate is estimated to be 85.0 per cent and 69.7 per cent
respectively at the overall level.
18. The worker population ratio is estimated at 325 persons per 1000
population at the overall level. In the working age population (i.e. 15-59
years of age), the worker population ratio is 465.
19. In the rural areas, the worker population ratio is estimated at 329
persons per 1000 population.
20. The worker population ratio in case of female members is 140 females
employed per 1000 female persons at the overall level.
21. The sex ratio of the employed persons reveals that, 259 females are
employed per 1000 employed males at the overall level. In the rural and
urban areas, the sex ratio of the employed persons is estimated at 278
and 204 respectively.
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22. The labour force participation rate is estimated to be 359 persons out of
1000 persons in the labour force at the overall level. In the rural and
urban sectors, it is 365 and 340 respectively.
23. The sex ratio of the labour force shows that there are 279 females per
1000 males in the labour force at overall level. In the rural and urban
sector, the sex ratio in the labour force is 299 and 222 respectively.
24. The unemployment rate is estimated at 94 persons out of 1000 persons
in the labour force, which implies that 9.4 per cent of the labour force
is unemployed at the overall level as per the usual principal status.
25. In the rural sector, the unemployment rate is estimated at 101 persons
out of 1000 persons in the labour force. Similarly in the urban areas,
the unemployment rate is 73 persons out of 1000 persons in the labour
force.
26. Among females, the unemployment rate is 146 out of 1000 females in
the labour force at the overall level, whereas for male members the
same is 80 per thousand males.
27. The proportion unemployed is the number of unemployed persons per
thousand population. At the overall level, the proportion unemployed is
estimated at 34 persons per 1000 population. While for male members,
it is 43 and for females, it is 24 per 1000.
28. In the working age population (i.e. 15-59 years of age), the proportion
unemployed is 49 persons per 1000 persons.
29. In rural areas, the proportion unemployed is estimated at 37 persons
per 1000 population in these areas. Similarly, in urban areas, the
proportion unemployed is 25 persons per 1000 population in these
areas.
30. Within the employed population, self employment is the dominant
category. Out of 1000 persons employed, 439 persons are self
employed, 168 persons are regular wage/salaried and the rest 393
persons are employed as casual labour at the overall level.
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31. In the rural sector, 457 persons and 435 persons out of 1000 persons
are in the categories of self employed and casual labour respectively.
Rest 108 employed persons belong to regular wage/salaried class in the
rural areas.
32. The survey results of the employed population are further classified into
nine broad industrial groups based on the activity undertaken by the
employed person in the reference period.
33. The survey results reveal that 455 persons out of 1000 persons
employed are employed in agriculture, forestry and fisheries group at
the overall level, followed by 89 persons in the manufacturing group, 88
persons in the wholesale & retail trade, etc, 84 persons in the
community services group and 75 in the construction group of
industries.
34. In the rural sector, 576 persons out of 1000 persons employed are
engaged in the agriculture, forestry & fisheries group, followed by 72
persons in the construction group and 67 persons in the
manufacturing group of industries.
35. In the urban sector, a maximum 173 persons out of 1000 persons are
employed in the wholesale & retail trade group followed by 154 persons
in the manufacturing and 146 in the community services group.
36. Among the self employed persons, majority of them are employed in
agriculture, forestry & fisheries group ( 572 persons out of 1000
persons) followed by 135 persons in the wholesale & retail trade group
at the overall level.
37. In the rural sector, 694 persons out of 1000 self employed persons are
engaged in the agriculture, forestry & fisheries group at the overall
level.
38. In the urban sector, out of 1000 self employed persons, 299 persons are
employed in wholesale retail trade group followed by 173 persons in the
manufacturing group at overall level.
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39. In case of regular wage/salaried persons, 227 persons per 1000


persons in this category are employed in the community services group
followed by 153 persons in the manufacturing group at the overall level.
40. In case of casual labour category of persons, 467 persons per 1000
persons in this category are engaged in agriculture, forestry & fisheries
group followed by 148 persons in the construction group at overall
level.
41. The survey results also reveal the type of enterprises in which the
employed persons worked during the reference period. It is observed
that out of 1000 persons employed, 494 persons are employed in the
proprietary type of enterprises followed by 100 in the public/private
limited companies.
42. The employed persons are also classified on the basis of total number of
workers in the enterprises in which the person is employed during the
reference period. The survey results reveal that 658 persons out of
1000 persons employed, in the enterprises having less than 10
workers.
43. During the survey, capturing the nature of the enterprise, like
perennial, seasonal or ad-hoc, in which the person is employed is also
attempted. The survey results show that 436 persons out of 1000
persons are either employed in seasonal or ad-hoc type of enterprises at
the overall level.
44. The survey result indicate that out of 1000 persons, 157 persons are
either getting or are eligible for paid leave in the establishment in which
they are employed at the overall level.
45. A maximum of 443 persons out of 1000 persons in community services
group are getting paid leave. On the other hand, in agriculture, forestry
& fisheries group, a minimum of 54 persons out of 1000 persons have
reported payment of paid leave by the employer.
46. In case of other social security benefits such as the provident fund,
gratuity, health care & maternity benefits, pension etc, 163 persons out
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of 1000 persons have reported the provision of any one of the above
benefits in the unit, in which they are employed at the overall level.
47. In community services group, a maximum of 400 persons out of 1000
persons are reported having access to any one of the social security
benefits.

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CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTION

BACKGROUND
The twin objectives of ensuring economic growth with equity and social justice
have guided Indias strategies for planned economic development since
independence. The initial Five Year Plans, however, focused essentially on
realizing a high rate of growth while poverty alleviation through generation of
employment opportunities was viewed as a natural outcome of this
development process. The so-called trickledown theory, an acronym for the
mechanism of economic processes through which the benefits of growth
percolate down to the lowest rungs of the social classes and groups, was
thought by planners to adequately address the problem of high unemployment
and poverty in the country. Overtime, however, it was realized that these
economic processes were too slow and uneven and hence incapable of solving
the problem of unemployment and poverty itself despite the economy
registering economic growth. Economic growth itself was moderate and shied
away from the steady state growth path due to many reasons and tended to
hover around a low equilibrium growth rate of 3.5 percent dubbed by some
economists as the Hindu Rate of Growth. This was thought to be far short of
the rate which could make a tangible dent on the massive problem of
unemployment and hence poverty in the country.

STRUCTURE OF THE ECONOMY
In addition, another major challenge before a viable employment strategy was
posed by the structure of the economy and the work force. Historically, Indian
economy has been characterized as agrarian economy with a small
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manufacturing sector and hence an overwhelming share of agricultural


employment in the total work force. This share remained static over a long
period despite the fact that the structure of the GDP underwent a
transformation resulting in the share of agriculture in GDP declining
consistently over the years. Combined with the limited growth of the
manufacturing and services sectors and preference for a capital intensive
technology by the organised manufacturing sector, the opportunities for
generation of productive employment could not get expanded beyond a point.
Despite a near Zero employment elasticity in the agriculture sector, additions
to the labour force (surplus labour) had to wily nilly fall back on this sector
thereby swelling the ranks of the disguised unemployed and the
underemployed. These processes resulted in low productivity and low income
levels of the agricultural labourers. Doubts were also expressed on the
employability of the labour force in the organised sector due to lack of
appropriate skills necessary for their productive absorption in value added sub-
sectors of manufacturing and services sector.
INTERVENTIONS
The critical and emergent nature of the problems of unemployment and poverty
called for state interventions to create employment generation through a host
of policy planning initiatives. Economic policies were re-designed for which the
mandate was spelt out in unambiguous terms in the Five Year Plans. It was
during the Fifth Five Year Plan that removal of unemployment and poverty
alleviation was spelt out as one of the principal objectives of economic planning
in the country. The seventies, eighties and the nineties saw emergence of
special schemes in the rural development sector such as IRDP, NREP, RLEGP,
JRY etc. to tackle the problem of unemployment and poverty through
employment generation and asset creation. As a result, the seventies and
eighties witnessed steady increase in employment generation, though the rate
of growth of employment continued to somewhat lag behind that of the growth
of the labour force all along.
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With the launching of the economic reforms during the year 1991 and
subsequent removal of trade restrictions and other economic controls, it was
widely believed that this would result in expansion of the economy, higher
output growth and hence creation of new employment opportunities which will
lead to a fall in the level of poverty and inequality. The economy has indeed
experienced high rates of growth in the post reforms period. The optimism on
employment creation, however, has not been realized to the fullest extent. The
jury is still out on the beneficial effects of this economic growth on growth of
employment. A minority holds an extreme view that post reforms period in
recent times has witnessed jobless growth. Evidence however suggests that
employment generation has at best absorbed additions to the labour force
without making a tangible dent on the backlog of the unemployed. Post
reforms period has also witnessed decelerating trend in the employment
elasticity in certain sectors. There are, however, a few sectors where the
employment elasticity has not decreased viz, the Construction sector and
certain tertiary activities like tourism, trade etc. Evidence however suggests
that the Indian economy has witnessed a tendency towards casualization of
labour.

EMPLOYMENT - UNEMPLOYMENT
Considering the present employment unemployment scenario in the country,
the Eleventh Five Year Plan strategizes rapid growth in employment
opportunities along with improvement in the quality of employment. It
recognizes the need to increase the share of regular employment in total
employment and a corresponding reduction in casual employment. The
employment generation strategy of the Eleventh Five Year Plan has also
envisaged reduction in underemployment and a movement of surplus low wage
labour in agriculture sector to higher wage and more gainful employment in the
non-agricultural sector. Agriculture sector is projected to generate no
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additional employment during the Eleventh Plan period. Employment in


manufacturing is however expected to grow at 4 per cent while construction
and transport & communication are expected to grow at around 8.2 per cent
and 7.6 per cent, respectively. The projected increase in total labour force
during 11
th
Plan is 45 million. As against this, 58 million employment
opportunities are targeted to be created during the Eleventh Plan. This is
expected to reduce unemployment rate to below 5 per cent.
The Eleventh Plan emphasizes that the growth in various sectors of the
economy can be achieved only if supported by appropriate skill development
programmes at various levels. The Eleventh Plan document has spelt out
certain deficiencies in the skill development scenario in the country as it exists
presently. The thrust of the plan therefore will be on creating a pool of skilled
manpower in appropriate number with adequate skills, in line with the
requirements of the ultimate users of manpower such as the industry, trade
and service sector. Such an effort is necessary to support the employment
expansion through inclusive growth including in particular a shift of surplus
labour from agriculture to non-agriculture.

RECENT INTERVENTIONS
In the recent past, the Government has taken several steps to provide
employment to the labour force. One of the significant efforts in this direction is
the enactment of the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee
Act, 2005 (MGNREGA). MGNREGA is an important step towards the realization
of the right to work and to enhance the livelihood security of the households in
the rural areas of the country. The scheme provides at least 100 days of
guaranteed wage employment in every financial year to every household whose
adult member volunteers to do unskilled manual work.

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SOURCES OF DATA ON EMPLOYMENT-UNEMPLOYMENT AND


ESTIMATION OF EMPLOYMENT-UNEMPLOYMENT SITUATION IN INDIA
Periodic Employment & Unemployment data are crucial to undertake
appropriate policy planning decisions as well as to measure the effectiveness of
Government policies aimed at eradicating poverty by providing employment
opportunities to the people of the country.
Integration of Indian economy with the global economy in the post reforms
period has increased volatility of the economy and hence has necessitated
availability of data on important indicators of the economy at regular intervals.
One such important data requirement relates to statistics on Employment and
Unemployment. The impact of the Government policies on employment
generation can be assessed from time to time only in case a mechanism to
gather employment-unemployment data at regular and frequent intervals is put
in place. Presently however, reliable data on the employment-unemployment
situation in the country is available after a gap of five years in the form of
quinquennial survey of the National Sample Survey Organization (NSSO). In
the developed countries like the United States on the other hand, monthly
statistics on unemployment are released by the Bureau of Labour Statistics.
Such vital information enables the policy makers to evaluate the existing
policies/programmes and to immediately replace or modify such policies which
are not effective. Such frequent availability of data needs to be ensured in our
country as well. This would enable the Government to assess the impact of
various measures and policies in time so as to take appropriate corrective
action, if necessary.
Presently in our country, the main sources of data on employment-
unemployment are the various surveys being conducted by the National
Sample Survey Organization (NSSO), the Population Census and the
Employment Market Information Programme of DGET which provides
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information on the organized sector employment and Employment Exchange


Statistics.
Of all the data sources available, surveys conducted by the NSSO are the main
data source on employment and unemployment in the country. Beginning with
the 27
th
round survey and based on the concepts, definitions and procedures
as recommended by the Dantwala Committee (1970), NSSO has been
conducting quinquennial surveys on employment and unemployment in the
country.
So far eight quinquennial surveys on employment and unemployment have
been conducted by the NSSO.
1. 27
th
Round Survey (1972-73)
2. 32
nd
Round Survey (1977-78)
3. 38
th
Round Survey (1983)
4. 43
rd
Round Survey (1987-88)
5. 50
th
Round Survey (1993-94)
6. 55
th
Round Survey (1999-2000)
7. 61st Round Survey (2004-05)
8. 66
th
Round Survey (2009-10) *
(*) Report not yet released
Apart from these quinquennial surveys on employment and unemployment,
NSSO has been regularly collecting information on certain key items of
employment and unemployment, as a part of its Annual series from a smaller
sample of households in each round since its 45
th
round (July 1989 June
1990) through the schedule relating to Household Consumer Expenditure.
Initially, the annual series aimed at measuring employment and unemployment
indicators in terms of the usual and current weekly status only. The
employment estimates based on the two concepts continued till the 59
th
round
of NSS. In the NSS 60
th
round survey, there was a significant change in the
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procedure of data collection and contents as compared to the earlier annual


rounds. In the NSS 60
th
round, a separate schedule on employment and
unemployment was canvassed for a separate set of sample households for
providing estimates of employment and unemployment on the basis of current
daily status approach also.
Based on the data available from the 61
st
round, the employment (Current
daily status) growth accelerated during 1999-2000 to 2004-05 as compared to
the previous period of 1993-94 to 1999-2000. During 1999-2000 to 2004-05,
about 47 million work opportunities were created as compared to 24 million
during the period 1993-94 to 1999-2000. Employment growth accelerated from
1.25 per cent per annum during 1993-94 to 1999-2000 to 2.62 per cent per
annum during 1999-2000 to 2004-05. However, a higher labour force growth of
2.84 per cent per annum during 1999-2000 to 2004-05, which exceeded the
growth in workforce of 2.62 per cent per annum, resulted in an increase in
unemployment rate from 7.3 per cent in 1999-2000 to 8.3 per cent in 2004-05.
Long term trends in employment situation emerge when comparisons are made
over two relatively longer periods, that is, 1983 to 1993-94 (Period I) and 1993-
94 to 2004-05 (Period II). Long term trend analysis suggests that, employment
grew more slowly than the labour force in period II which raised the
unemployment rate from 6.1 per cent in 1993-94 to 8.3 per cent in 2004-05. In
absolute terms, the average annual increase in employment opportunities
during period II was 6.45 million, which is lower than the annual increase of
7.09 million in period I (Eleventh Plan, Planning Commission). Assessment of
employment situation based on the UPSS over the same periods i.e. 1983-1994
and 1993-94 to 2004-05, suggests that employment growth in period I was
2.06 per cent per annum as against 1.87 per cent in the period II (DGET
Report, 2010).
In recent years, the quality of employment created has also been a matter of
concern as reflected in deceleration in organized sector employment and low
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share of regular employees in total employment indicating a process of


casualisation of the workforce. During 1999-2000 to 2004-05, most of the
growth of 4.7 per cent per annum in non agriculture employment, was in the
unorganized sector. According to data available from DGET, organized sector
employment increased at a rate of 1.2 per cent per annum in the period 1983
to 1993-94 but declined at a rate of 0.03 per cent per annum in the period
1994-2007. This decline is attributed primarily to a decline in employment in
PSUs.
At present, the main challenges on the employment front, therefore, are not
only to ensure a rapid growth of employment creation but also improvement in
the quality of employment created. These constitute the thrust of the
employment strategy being adopted in the Eleventh Five Year Plan. The
Eleventh Plan rightly emphasizes the need to achieve rapid growth of
employment and to increase the number of regular wage employment
opportunities through a process of inclusive growth.
NEED FOR THE PRESENT SURVEY
As stated earlier, the main data sources available in our country for
comprehensive information on employment & unemployment are the surveys
conducted by the NSSO, on quinquennial basis. Since these surveys make the
data available only after a gap of five years, it becomes desirable to have the
data gap for the interregnum filled-up so that such data are available at an
interval of at least a year. Accordingly, the Ministry of Labour & Employment
entrusted the task of conducting the household employment-unemployment
survey on an annual basis to the Labour Bureau.

REFERENCE PERIOD
Information in the present Employment-Unemployment survey has been
collected for the fixed reference period from 1.4.2009 to 31.3.2010.
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METHODOLOGY
The Survey has been conducted in 28 selected States/UTs during the period
from 1.4.2010 to 15.8.2010. In most of the States/UTs (except Tamil Nadu,
Pondicherry and Sikkim) data collection has been undertaken by the
Investigators recruited by the Labour Bureau for the survey on contract basis.
Supervision of field work, including scrutiny of filled-in schedules, in these
States/UTs was entrusted to district level officers of the Directorates of
Economics & Statistics (DES) of the concerned States/UTs. In case of Tamil
Nadu, Pondicherry and Sikkim, both the activities, viz., collection of data and
supervision of field work have been undertaken by the DES of these
States/UTs. Extensive training to all personnel engaged in collection of data as
well as its supervision was imparted by the officers of the Labour Bureau at the
Regional/State level.

In certain States, some contract Investigators recruited by the Labour Bureau
for the survey either did not join their duties or left during the currency of the
field work. In some such States, namely, Punjab, U.P., M.P. and Rajasthan,
Labour Bureaus regular Investigators were deputed for data collection. In
other cases, the respective States DES were requested to get the data collected
in such districts wherein contract Investigators engaged by Labour Bureau
were not available for this purpose.

Labour Bureau was required to submit the report on the survey by the end
September, 2010. Canvassing of around 46000 household schedules was
ensured upto 15
th
August, 2010.

With a view to ensure the quality of data collected, Labour Bureaus officers
also supervised the field work in some cases, in addition to supervision
undertaken by the States/UTs DES officers.

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FINALIZATION OF QUESTIONNAIRES, SAMPLE DESIGN & ESTIMATION


PROCEDURE USED IN THE SURVEY
The Questionnaires used in the present Employment-Unemployment Survey
have been designed under the supervision and guidance of a Group of Experts
chaired by the Additional Director General, Central Statistical Organization
(CSO). Members of the Expert Group included subject-experts from various
wings of the National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) such as Survey
Design & Research Division (SDRD) and Data Processing Division, from the
Directorate General of Employment & Training, from the National Accounts
Division (NAD) of CSO and from the Ministry of Labour & Employment.
Composition of the Group of Experts is annexed.
Sample Design & Estimation Procedure used in the survey has also been
finalized with the approval of the Group of Experts.

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Chapter-II

CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS


Important concepts and definitions used in the survey are explained below.
Household: A group of persons normally living together and taking food from a
common kitchen constitutes a household. The members of a household may or
may not be related by blood or marriage to one another.
Household size: The number of members normally residing in a household is
its size. It will include temporary stay-aways (those whose total period of
absence from the household is expected to be less than 6 months) but exclude
temporary visitors and guests (expected total period of stay less than 6
months). Even though the determination of the actual composition of a
household will be left to the judgment of the head of the household, the
following procedures will be adopted.

(i) In deciding the composition of a household, more emphasis is to be
placed on 'normally living together' than on 'ordinarily taking food from
a common kitchen'.
(ii) A resident employee, or domestic servant, or a paying guest (but not just
a tenant in the household) will be considered as a member of the
household with whom he or she resides even though he or she is not a
member of the same family.

(iii) When a person sleeps in one place (say, in a shop or in a room in
another house because of space shortage) but usually takes food with
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his or her family, he or she should be treated not as a single member


household but as a member of the household in which other members
of his or her family stay.
(iv) If a member of a household (say, a son or a daughter of the head of the
household) stays elsewhere (say, in hostel for studies or for any other
reason), he/she will not be considered as a member of his/her parent's
household. However, he/she will be listed as a single member
household if the hostel is listed.

Economic activity: The entire spectrum of human activity falls into two
categories: economic activity and non-economic activity. Any activity that
results in production of goods and services that adds value to national product
is considered as an economic activity. 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. Such activities include production of all goods and services for market
including those of government services, etc. Non-market activities are those
involving the production of primary commodities for own consumption and own
account production of fixed assets.
The term economic activity in the Employment and Unemployment survey will
include:
(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) of the non-market activities,

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(a) all the activities relating to the primary sector (i.e. industry Divisions of
NIC-08) which result in production (including free collection of
uncultivated crops, forestry, firewood, hunting, fishing, mining,
quarrying, etc.) of primary goods for own consumption .

(b) the activities relating to the own-account production of fixed assets,
which include construction of 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 labour
or a supervisor.

Activity status: It is the activity in which a person is found engaged during
the reference period, which decides the person's participation in economic and
/or non-economic activities. According to this, a person will be in one or a
combination of the following three status during a reference period:
(i) Working or engaged in economic activity (work),
(ii) Not engaged in economic activity (work) but either making tangible
efforts to seek 'work' or being available for 'work' in case the 'work' is
available and
(iii) Neither engaged in any economic activity (work) nor available for 'work'.

Activity status mentioned against sl.no. (i) & (ii) above, are associated with
'being in labour force' and the last sl.no. (iii) With 'not being in the labour
force'. Being in labour force is further categorised into (i) employment and (ii)
unemployment. The three broad activity statuses have been further sub-
divided into detailed activity categories. These are listed below:
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(i) working or being engaged in economic activity (employed):


(a) worked in household enterprise (self-employed) as an own-
account worker
(b) worked in household enterprise (self-employed) as an employer
(c) worked in household enterprise (self-employed) as 'helper'
(d) worked as regular salaried/wage employee
(e) worked as casual wage labour in public works
(f) worked as casual wage labour in other types of works

(ii) not working but seeking or available for work (unemployed) :
(a) sought work
(b) did not seek but was available for work

(iii) neither working nor available for work (not in labour force) :
(a) attended educational institutions
(b) attended to domestic duties only
(c) attended to domestic duties and was also engaged in free
collection of goods, tailoring, weaving, etc. for household use
(d) recipients of rent, pension, remittance, etc.
(e) not able to work due to disability
(f) others ( including beggars, prostitutes etc.)

Various categories like, workers, unemployed, labour force, out of labour
force are as explained below:
(a) 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,
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festivals, social or religious functions or other contingencies necessitating


temporary absence from work constitute workers. Unpaid helpers who assist in
the operation of an economic activity in the household, farm or non-farm
activities are also considered as workers. All the workers are assigned one of
the detailed activity status under the broad activity category 'working or being
engaged in economic activity'.

(b) 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 condition of work and remuneration are considered as those
who are seeking or available for work (or unemployed).
(c) Labour force: Persons who are either 'working' (or employed) or 'seeking
or available for work' (or unemployed) during the reference period together
constitute the labour force.

(d) Out of labour force: Persons who are neither 'working' and at the same
time nor 'seeking or available for work' for various reasons during the reference
period are considered to be 'out of labour force'. The persons under this
category are students, those engaged in domestic duties, rentiers, pensioners,
recipients of remittances, those living on alms, infirm or disabled persons, too
young or too old persons, prostitutes, etc.

Workers have been further categorized as self-employed, regular salaried/wage
employee and casual wage labour. These categories are defined in the following
paragraphs.
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Self-employed: 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 the self-employed is that they have autonomy (i.e., regarding how,
where and when to produce) and economic independence (i.e., regarding
market, scale of operation and money) for carrying out operation. The fee or
remuneration received by them consists of two parts - the share of their labour
and profit of the enterprise. In other words, their remuneration is determined
wholly or mainly by sales or profits of the goods or services which are produced
by themselves.

The self-employed persons may again be categorised into the following three
groups:
(i) own-account workers: They are the self-employed 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: The 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 are the employers, and

(iii) helpers in household enterprise: The helpers are a category of self-
employed persons mostly family members who keep themselves engaged
in their household enterprises, working full or part time and do not receive
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any regular salary or wages in return for the work performed. They do not
run the household enterprise on their own but assist the related person
living in the same household in running the household enterprise.

Home Workers: There is a category of workers who work at a place of
their choice which is outside the establishment that employs them or buys
their product. Different expressions like home workers, home based
workers and out workers are synonymously used for such workers. For
the purpose of this survey, all such workers will be commonly termed as
home workers and will be categorised as self-employed. The home
workers have some degree of autonomy and economic independence in
carrying out the work, and their work is not directly supervised as is the
case for the employees. Like the other self-employed, these workers have
to meet certain costs, like actual or imputed rent on the buildings in
which they work, costs incurred for heating, lighting and power, storage or
transportation, etc., thereby indicating that they have some tangible or
intangible means of production. It may be noted that employees are not
required to provide such inputs for production.
Regular salaried/wage employee: 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. The category not only includes persons getting time wage but
also persons receiving piece wage or salary and paid apprentices, both full
time and part-time.
Casual wage labour: A person engaged in casual labour in others farm or
non-farm enterprises (both household and non-household) and getting in
return wage according to the terms of the daily or periodic work contract is
a casual wage labour. Usually, in the rural areas, casual labourers are
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normally engaged in 'public works' activities. 'Public works' are those


activities which are sponsored by Government or local bodies for
construction of roads, bunds, digging of ponds, etc. as relief' measures
such as flood relief, drought relief and famine relief, and also various
employment generation scheme under poverty alleviation programmes.

DEFINITIONS OF VARIOUS TYPES OF ENTERPRISES:

(i) Proprietary: When an individual is the sole owner of an enterprise, it is
a proprietary enterprise. Own account production of fixed assets for own
use, when produced by a single member, will be classified as proprietary
enterprise.

(ii) Partnership: Partnership is defined as the "relation between persons
who have agreed to share the profits of a business carried on by all or
any one of them acting for all". There may be two or more owners,
belonging to the same or different households, on a partnership basis,
with or without formal registration (where there is a tacit
understanding about the distribution of profit among the so-called
partners). Own account production of fixed assets, when produced by
two or more members belonging to the same or different households will
be classified as partnership enterprises. Thus, own account production
of fixed assets by a group of households for community use will be
classified as partnership enterprise.

(iii) Government/public sector enterprise: This category includes
enterprises, which are wholly owned/ run/managed by Central or State
governments, quasi-government institutions, local bodies like universities,
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education boards, municipalities, etc. An enterprise should not be treated


as a public sector enterprise if it is run on a loan granted by government,
local body etc.

(iv) Private limited company: Private company means a company which
by its articles:
(a) restricts the right to transfer its shares, if any,
(b) limits the number of its members to fifty not including-
(i) persons who are in the employment of the company, and
(ii) persons who, having been formerly in the employment of the
company, were members of the company while in that
employment and have continued to be members after the
employment ceased; and
(c) prohibits any initiation to the public to subscribe for any share in,
or debentures of, the company.

(v) Public limited company: A public limited company is defined as a
company that is not a private company. As such, public companies can
have an unlimited number of members and can invite the public to
subscribe to its shares and debentures.

(vi) Co-operative societies: Co-operative society is one that is formed
through the co-operation of a number of persons, recognized as members
of the society, to benefit themselves. In the process, the funds are raised
by members contributions/investments and the profits generated out of
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the societys activities are shared by the members. A government agency


can also be a member or shareholder of a registered co-operative society
but this fact cannot render the society into a public sector enterprise for
the purpose of this survey.

(vii) Trust: An arrangement through which one set of people, the
trustees, are the legal owners of property which is administered in the
interest of another set, the beneficiaries. Trusts may be set up to provide
support for individuals or families, to provide pensions, to run charities,
to liquidate the property of the bankrupts for the benefit of their
creditors, or for the safe keeping of securities bought by trusts with their
investors money. The assets, which trusts hold are regulated by law.
These must be administered in the interests of the beneficiaries, and not
for the profit of the trustees.

(viii) Employer Households (i.e. private households employing maid
servant, watchman, cook etc.): The households which are employing
maid servant, watchman, cook, private tutor, etc. will be considered
notionally as enterprise for the purpose of this survey and will be
classified as Employer households.


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CHAPTER III

DEMOGRAPHIC PARTICULARS


GENERAL

While studying the Employment-Unemployment situation in the selected
States/UTs, an effort was also made to collect information on demographic
data of the individuals covered during the survey. This Chapter as well as
others present demographic findings based on such data, mainly at overall
level of States/UTs covered in the Survey. State-wise details are presented in
the Tables annexed. Population estimates derived from the present survey are
found to be comparable with the census population projections at overall level.
Hence, population estimates of the survey have been used to derive ratios of
various parameters, which are expected to be reliable. At disaggregated level, it
may, however, be advisable to estimate an absolute number in any specific
category on the basis of census population projection for that category.
Further, the per thousand distribution figures presented in various tables are
rounded off figures. These ratios need to be used for deriving estimates, if any,
keeping this fact in view.

It may also be noted that some estimates at State/UT level may not be as
reliable as overall estimates because of small sample size at disaggregated level.

ALLOCATION AND ACTUAL COVERAGE OF SAMPLE UNITS

Information on the allocated and the surveyed sample units is depicted in
Statement 3.1. It may be observed that a total of 4794 villages/Urban Frame
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Survey (UFS) blocks were initially allocated for coverage, out of which 3829
have actually been covered. Total sample of 4794 units included 2400 villages
(Panchayat wards in Kerala) and 2394 Urban Frame Survey blocks allocated for
coverage. Against this, 2056 villages and 1773 UFS blocks could actually be
covered. In fact, equal number of rural and urban units was allocated for
coverage in all the States/UTs, except Dadra & Nagar Haveli, wherein equal
number of urban units were not available for allocation. Significantly, lower
coverage of urban units is observed in the States, namely, Assam, Gujarat,
Jammu & Kashmir and Maharashtra, whereas no urban unit could be covered
in Dadra & Nagar Haveli.

Statement 3.1: Allocation and coverage of sample villages/urban blocks
Sector Sample Allocated Sample Surveyed
Rural 2400 2056
Urban 2394 1773
Total 4794 3829

Comparatively low coverage of allocated sample units in some urban areas is
on account of late availability of maps of the sample UFS blocks. In certain
other cases, like non-joining/late joining/intermittent drop out of the contract
Investigators recruited by Labour Bureau to undertake the field work are also
responsible for low coverage in urban as well as rural areas.
A total of 45859 households have actually been surveyed, of which 24653 (53.8
per cent) are rural households and the remaining 21206 (46.2 per cent) are
urban households.
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POPULATION ESTIMATES
Derived on the basis of the data collected during the survey, estimates of
population by sex and the sex ratio in rural & urban areas as well as at overall
level of the 28 States/UTs covered in the survey are presented in Statement
3.2. Total population of these States/UTs is estimated to be 1182 million, of
which about 52 per cent are male and 48 percent are female. Out of the total
population of the States/UTs covered, 872 million persons (73.8 per cent) live
in rural areas and 310 million persons (26.2 per cent) live in urban areas.
Gender-wise composition of population is more or less the same in the rural as
well as the urban areas.
Statement 3.2: Estimates of population (in millions) by sex in Urban and Rural
Areas and the sex ratio
Sector Male Female Persons Sex Ratio
Rural 455 417 872 915
Urban 161 149 310 924
Overall 616 566 1182 917

Sex ratio (number of females per thousand males) is estimated to be 917 at
overall level i.e. for the rural and the urban areas combined. The sex ratio in
the rural areas is 915 and in the urban areas it stands at 924.
A comparison of the population projections for the year 2009-10 based on the
RGI Report of Population Projections for India and States 2001-2026 and the
population estimated by using the Bureaus survey data shows a variation only
of 2.2 per cent. Based on the RGI projections for the year 2009-10, the
estimated population in the 28 States/UTs covered during the survey is 1157
million whereas the Bureaus estimated population in these States/UTs is 1182
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million. Further, as per the RGI report, the sex ratio is estimated at 932 during
the year 2009-10 as against the Bureaus estimate of 917 for this period.
ESTIMATES OF HOUSEHOLDS AND AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE
Information on estimated number of households, per thousand distributions of
these households and average household size in urban and rural areas is
shown in Statement 3.3.
Statement 3.3: Estimated Number of Households, distribution in per 1000
household and Average Household size sector wise
Estimates Rural Urban Overall
Number of Households
(in millions)
172 66 238
Distribution of Households
(per thousand)
722 278 1000
Average Households Size 5.1 4.7 5.0

It is observed that the total estimated population of the 28 selected States/UTs,
which is 1182 million, lives in 238 million households. In rural areas, 872
million persons are living in 172 million households, whereas in urban areas
310 million persons reside in 66 million households.
Per thousand distribution of households indicates that 722 households are
rural and the remaining 278 are urban. Average household size has been
worked out to be 5.1 in rural areas, 4.7 in urban areas and 5.0 at overall level.
The NSSO estimates for average household size based on 2007-08 survey
results shows the household size 4.5 at overall level with 4.7 in rural areas and
4.2 in the urban areas.
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HOUSEHOLDS BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE


Per thousand distribution of households in rural areas by household type may
be perused from Statement 3.4.
Statement 3.4: Per thousand distribution of rural households by type of
household
Household Type Estimated Number
of Households (in
millions)
Per thousand
distribution of
households
1. Self Employed in Agriculture
50 288
2. Self Employed in non-agriculture
24 139
Total self-employed
74 427
3. Agriculture Labour
38 223
4. Other Labour
32 189
Total Rural Labour
70 412
5. Other Households
28 161
Total Households
172 1000

Per thousand distribution of households in rural areas indicates that 288 are
self-employed in agriculture and 139 are self-employed in non-agriculture
taking the total number of self-employed households to 427. Total rural labour
households are estimated to be 412 per thousand, of which 223 are agriculture
labour households and 189 are other labour households. Number of other
households works out to be 161 per thousand.

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Statement 3.5: Per thousand distribution of Urban Households by Household


Type
Household Type Estimated Number of
Households
(in millions)
Per thousand distribution
of households
Self-employed 22 331
Regular Wage 21 315
Casual Labour 13 205
Other households 10 149
Total Households 66 1000

Per thousand distribution of urban households presented in Statement 3.5
indicates that 331 households belong to the self-employed category, 315 are
regular wage households and 205 are casual labour households. Remaining
149 households have income sources other than those specified above as the
major source of income.

LITERACY RATE
RGIs population census as well as the NSSO survey reports present literacy
rates for the population in the age group of 7 years and above. For comparative
purpose, the literacy rate in the present survey are also derived for the 7 years
and above age population and presented in Statement 3.6 by sex for the rural
and urban areas.
It may be observed that in rural areas, number of per thousand literate persons
is 746. Such proportion for males is 829 and for females it is 656 in rural
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areas. With per thousand literate persons in urban areas being 860, per
thousand literate males are 908 and per thousand literate females are 808 in
these areas.
Statement 3.6: Literacy Rate (per 1000 persons) by Sex in Rural & Urban Areas
Sector Male Female Persons
Rural 829 656 746
Urban 908 808 860
Overall 850 697 777

Results of the Survey indicate that the literacy rates in urban areas are higher
than those in rural areas for both the genders. Similarly, literacy rates of males
in urban as well as rural areas are higher than those of females.
At overall the literacy rate is 777 persons per 1000 persons. The NSSO
estimates for the literacy in the year 2007-08 survey results have shown 708
persons out of 1000 persons. Planning commission in its 11
th
plan document
has set a target of 85 per cent or more literacy rate for the population of age 7
years and above.
Statement 3.7: Distribution of persons by General Educational level (per 000)
of age 7 years & above in Rural & Urban Areas.
Sector Not literate Upto secondary
Level
Above secondary
level
M F P M F P M F P
Rural 171 344 254 752 621 689 77 35 57
Urban 92 192 140 709 669 690 199 138 170
Overall 150 303 223 741 634 690 109 63 87
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Statement 3.7 contains information on per thousand distribution of male and


female population by level of education in urban and rural areas. Per thousand
Not literate persons are estimated to be 254 in rural areas, 140 in urban areas
and 223 at overall level. In terms of educational attainment, males outnumber
females in both the categories of upto secondary level and above secondary
level in rural as well as in urban areas. Educational attainments for males up
to secondary level have been estimated to be 741 as against 634 females per
thousand in this category. Similarly, 109 males are estimated to be educated
above secondary level per thousand against 63 per thousand females educated
up to this level.
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Chapter-IV
LABOUR FORCE, EMPLOYMENT & UNEMPLOYMENT

GENERAL
Labour force refers to that segment of population which supplies or offers to
supply labour for production and therefore, includes both employed and
unemployed persons. In the present survey, various estimates of the labour
force have been derived on the basis of usual principal status approach only.
The estimates of the labour force according to the usual principal status
indicate the number of persons who either worked or were looking/available for
work for a relatively longer part of the reference period, which in case of the
present survey is financial year 2009-10 (from 1.4.2009 to 31.3.2010).
The basic concepts of important Labour Force parameters are given below:
Labour force participation rate: - Labour force participation rate (LFPR) is
defined as the number of persons in the labour force per 1000 persons.
LFPR =
no. of employeu + no. of unemployeu peisons
Total Population
1uuu

Worker-population ratio: - Worker-population ratio (WPR) is defined as the
number of persons employed per 1000 persons.
wPR =
Numbei of employeu peisons
Total population
1uuu

Proportion Unemployed: - Proportion Unemployed (PU) is defined as the
number of persons unemployed per 1000 persons.
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Pu =
Numbei of unemployeu peisons
Total population
1uuu

Unemployment Rate: - Unemployment rate (UR) is defined as the number of
persons unemployed per 1000 persons in the labour force (employed &
unemployed).

uR =
Numbei of unemployeu peisons
Laboui Fouice
1uuu


ESTIMATES OF VARIOUS PROPORTIONS

Based on the survey results, the proportion estimates(per thousand) of labour
force, worker population ratio, proportion unemployed, unemployment rate etc
have been derived for different age groups as well as by sex. The results are
presented in the form of proportions (per 1000 persons) for the States/UTs as
well as at the overall level. At overall level in addition to the proportions the
number of persons has also been estimated and presented in the tables.


WORKER POPULATION RATIO

At overall level, the worker population ratio is estimated to be 325 persons
which implies that at overall level of the States/UTs covered, 32.5 per cent of
the population is employed. In absolute terms at overall level the employed
persons are estimated to be 384 million. Further while analyzing sex wise
worker population ratio, it is observed that per thousand population, 495
males and 140 females are estimated to be employed at overall level. The
survey results further reveal that the sex ratio of the employed persons is 259
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at overall level indicating that 259 females are employed for every 1000
employed males.

In the rural and urban sector, the worker population ratio is estimated to be
329 and 314 respectively. The sex ratio of the employed persons is 278 and
204 respectively in rural and urban sector.


LABOUR FORCE PARTICIPATION RATE (LFPR)

At overall level, the LFPR has been worked out to be 359 thereby implying that
359 persons are either employed or available for work per 1000 population. At
overall level, the LFPR of males and females is estimated to be at 538 and 163
persons respectively. The sex ratio of the labour force, at overall level is
estimated to be 279.

In the rural and urban sectors, the LFPR is estimated at 365 and 340
respectively. The sex ratio of the labour force in rural sector is 299 at overall
level whereas for the urban sector the same is 222.


UNEMPLOYMENT RATE

The unemployment rate is the ratio of the number of unemployed persons in
the labour force per thousand. At overall level the unemployment rate is
estimated at 94, which imply that 9.4 per cent of the labour force is
unemployed and looking for jobs. In absolute terms about 40 million persons
are found unemployed based on the survey results at overall level of the
State/UTs surveyed. For male and female persons the unemployment rate at
overall level is 80 and 146 respectively.

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A majority of the estimated unemployed persons (80 per cent) is in the rural
sector at overall level. While comparing the unemployment rate in the rural and
the urban sectors at overall level, it is observed the same is higher in the
former (101) as compared to the latter (73).

Comparison of Labour Bureaus present survey results for the year 2009-10
with NSSOs Employment-Unemployment survey results for 2007-08, reveals
that the unemployment rate derived on the basis of the Bureaus survey is
quite high. Higher unemployment rate may be parting attributed to as much as
10 per cent difference in the contribution of agriculture sector to total
employment estimated in the present survey vis--vis the NSSO 2007-08
survey estimates. While the shift of workforce from agriculture to other sectors
is a positive trend for a fast growing economy, the steep reduction in lower
share of agriculture employment based on the Bureaus survey could be
attributed to lack of adequate probing skills of the Contract Investigators.

There could be some underestimation in the agriculture sector employment
due to lesser-probing by the contract investigators especially in case of women
workers who tend to be employed more casually in the agriculture and allied
sectors such as forestry, livestock and fisheries.

PROPORTION UNEMPLOYED

The proportion unemployed for a particular age group is derived by dividing the
unemployed in that age group by total population of the age group per
thousand. The survey results reveal that at overall level, the proportion of
unemployed per thousand is 34 which implies that 3.4 per cent of the total
population is unemployed at overall level. In rural and urban sectors the
proportion unemployed is estimated at 37 and 25 respectively.

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Based on the usual principal status approach the various parameters of the
labour force obtained from the data collected during the survey are
summarized below in statement 4.1:
Statement 4.1: LFPR, WPR, PU and UR estimates
Indicator Rural Urban Rural + Urban
Male Female Persons Male Female Persons Male Female Persons
LFPR 539 176 365 534 129 340 538 163 359
WPR 492 150 329 503 111 314 495 140 325
PU 46 26 37 32 18 25 43 24 34
UR 87 148 101 59 138 73 80 146 94


USUAL PRINCIPAL ACTIVITY OF THE PERSONS OF AGE 5 YEARS & ABOVE

The sample persons covered in the survey are categorized into various activities
on the basis of usual principal status approach. Based on the major time
criterion of his/her activities, a person may be in the working/ employed
category or unemployed category or in the category of not in the labour force.
In the working/ employed category a persons activity is further divided into
three categories viz, self employed, regular wage/salaried and casual labour.

Findings of the survey show that out of 1000 persons, 351 persons are in the
employed category, 36 in the unemployed category and the rest 613 persons
are out of labour force at overall level of the States/UTs surveyed. Within the
employed category, out of 351 persons, 154 are self employed, 59 are regular
wage/salaried and the remaining 138 are in casual labour category at overall
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level. A comparison of the gender data indicates that 534 males and 151
females are employed per thousand of each gender at the overall level.

In the rural sector for every 1000 persons, 356 persons are in the employed
category, 40 are unemployed and the rest 604 persons are not in the labour
force. Sex wise data at overall level of the rural sector, more or less compares
with the trend obtained for rural and the urban sectors combined.

In the urban sector out of every 1000 persons, the number of employed
persons is 335, number of unemployed is 27 and the remaining 638 persons
are not in the labour force. Majority of the females in the urban sector (86 per
cent) and the rural sector (81 per cent) are out of labour force.

Statement 4.2: Activity-wise categorization of persons by sex in rural and
urban sectors
Activity Rural Urban Rural + Urban
Male Female Persons Male Female Persons Male Female Persons
employed
534 163 356 538 117 335 534 151 351
unemployed 51 28 40 34 19 27 46 26 36
Not in
labour force
415 809 604 428 864 638 420 823 613
All 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000



EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY GROUPS

Based on the survey results the employed persons are further classified into 9
broad industry groups based on NIC 2008 classification. These 9 broad
industry groups are given below in the table:
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Sl.
No.
Broad Industry Group Coverage as
per NIC 2008
Sections
1 Agriculture, forestry & fishing A
2 Mining & Quarrying B
3 Manufacturing C
4 Electricity, gas & water supply D,E
5 Construction F
6
Wholesale & Retail trade and Restaurants &
hotels
G,I
7 Transport, storage and communications H,J
8
Financing, Insurance, Real Estate and Business
services
K,L,M,N
9 Community, social and personal services O,P,Q,R,S
10 others T,U

It may be observed from the statement 4.3 that at overall level (Rural + Urban
and all States/UTs covered), out of 1000 employed persons, 455 are employed
in agriculture, forestry and fishing group. In the manufacturing and
construction sectors 89 and 75 persons out of 1000 persons respectively are
found to be employed.
As already known, findings of the present survey reveal that in the rural sector
majority of the employed persons are in the agriculture, forestry and fishing
related industry group (576 persons out of 1000 persons). This is followed by
construction (72 persons), Manufacturing (67 persons) and Community
Services (63 persons).
Survey findings further indicate that in urban sector out of 1000 persons, 173
persons are employed in the wholesale and retail trade etc industry group
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followed by 154 persons in the manufacturing industry, 146 persons in the


community services etc.
Statement 4.3: Per thousand distribution of employed persons by broad
industry groups
Industrial
Classification
Rural Urban Rural + Urban
Agriculture, forestry &
fishing
576 99 455
Mining & Quarrying 22 15 21
Manufacturing 67 154 89
Electricity etc. 13 33 18
Construction 72 86 75
Wholesale, retail etc. 59 173 88
Transport, storage etc. 28 78 41
Financing, insurance
etc
14 61 26
Community services
etc.
63 146 84
others 86 155 103
All 1000 1000 1000






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Categories of Employment by Industry Groups



The proportions of various categories of employment, namely self employed,
regular wage/salaried person and casual labour obtained from the survey data
are distributed into 9 broad industrial groups cited in the preceding paragraph.

It is seen that in the self employed persons category, maximum proportion of
persons is engaged in agriculture, forestry & fishing group (572 out of 1000
persons) followed by wholesale and retail trade (135 out of 1000 persons) at
overall level.

In the second employment category of regular wage/salaried person, maximum
proportion of the employed is engaged in the community services (227 persons
out of 1000 persons) followed by 153 in manufacturing industry.

In the third employment category i.e. casual labour; a majority of the persons
are in the agriculture, forestry and fishing industry group (467 persons out of
1000 persons) followed by 148 in the construction sector.

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Chapter-V
EMPLOYMENT BY ENTERPRISE TYPES & WORKING
CONDITIONS

INTRODUCTION

The working conditions, social security, etc. are important indicators of the
level of wellbeing derived by the employed person. In the survey, information
has been collected to study the working conditions of the employed persons.
Further, the collection of information on the type of enterprise in which the
person is employed, nature of enterprise viz. perennial, seasonal or ad-hoc,
whether person is getting paid leave, social security benefits etc. has also been
compiled through the present survey. Findings in respect of these parameters
have been summarized which are as follows.

TYPE OF ENTERPRISES

The persons categorized as employed on the basis of usual principal status
approach are distributed among the following broad categories of enterprise
type.
i) Proprietary
ii) Partnership
iii) Government/Public sector
iv) Public/Private Limited Company.
v) Co-operative society/trust/non-profit institution
vi) Employers households
vii) Other categories.

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The survey results reveal that majority of the employed persons are
employed in proprietary type of enterprises (494 persons out of 1000
persons) followed by public/private limited companies (200 persons) etc at
overall level.

At the level of rural and urban sector also, majority of the workers are
reportedly employed in the proprietary type of enterprises (517 persons and
428 persons respectively out of 1000 persons).

Statement 5.1: Distribution of workers by type of enterprise
Type of Enterprise Rural Urban Rural + Urban
Proprietary 517 428 494
Partnership 32 37 33
Govt./Public Sector 69 146 89
Public/Private Limited
Company.
77 168 200
Co-operative Society 12 19 14
Employer Household 28 26 27
Others 265 176 243
All 1000 1000 1000

ENTERPRISES WISE EMPLOYMENT BY BROAD INDUSTRY GROUP

The persons treated as employed in various types of enterprises on the basis
of usual principal status approach are further classified into 9 broad
industry groups.

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Analysis of collected data indicates that out of the total persons employed in
the proprietary type of enterprises a majority is employed in the agriculture,
forestry and fisheries group ( 580 persons out of 1000 persons), followed by
wholesale and retail trade group (120 persons out of 1000 persons) at
overall level.

In the partnership type of enterprises also, maximum proportion of persons
employed is in the agriculture, forestry and fisheries group (392 persons out
of 1000 persons) followed by manufacturing group (147 persons out of 1000
persons) at overall level.

In the government/public sector type of enterprises, 340 out of 1000
persons are employed in the community services group at overall level.

In public/private Limited companies per 1000 persons employed, 244
persons are employed in the manufacturing sector followed by 179 persons
in agriculture, forestry and fisheries group at overall level.

In the co-operative society/trust/other non-profit institution type of
enterprises, for every thousand persons employed, 282 persons are
employed in the community services group followed by 152 persons in
agriculture, forestry & fisheries group at overall level of the States/UTs
surveyed.

ENTERPRISES BY EMPLOYMENT SIZE

The employed population estimated on the basis of data collected in the
survey is further classified into three broad categories based on the strength
of the unit/enterprise in which they are working. These three broad
categories are given below:

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I. Less than 10 workers


II. 10-19 workers
III. 20 or more workers
IV. Not reported/unknown

The survey results show that at overall level, per thousand employed persons,
658 persons are working in the units employing less than 10 workers. About
one fourth of the employed persons were not able to report the number of
workers employed in the enterprise in which they are working.
Statement 5.2: Per thousand distributions of employed persons among units of
different employment size
Employment size of the enterprise Rural + Urban
Less than 10 658
10-19 32
20 & above 67
Not reported 243
All employment sizes 1000


EMPLOYMENT BY NATURE OF ENTERPRISE

The estimates of employed population are also classified into three
categories of enterprises based on their nature of working viz. perennial,
seasonal and ad-hoc.

It may be seen from statement 6.3 that 564 persons out of 1000 persons
have reported working in perennial type of enterprises at overall level. In
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seasonal and ad-hoc type of enterprises, 367 and 69 persons out of 1000
persons have respectively reported to be employed.

Statement 5.3: Employed persons by type of enterprise
Enterprise Type Rural + Urban
Perennial 564
Seasonal 367
Ad-hoc 69
All Enterprises 1000


SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS

During the course of survey, the employed persons were also asked to reveal
information on various benefits made available to them by their employer
namely paid leave, social security benefits such as the provident fund,
gratuity, health care, maternity benefits, pension, etc.

The survey results reveal that at overall level out of 1000 persons, 157
persons are getting paid leave or are eligible for paid leave. The industry
wise break up shows that in community services group, a maximum of 443
persons out of 1000 persons are eligible for paid leave. On the other hand in
agriculture, forestry & fisheries group, a minimum of 54 persons out of
1000 persons have reported paid leave at overall level.

In case of other social security benefits such as the provident fund, gratuity,
health care & maternity benefits, pension etc., 163 persons out of 1000
persons have reported receiving some social security benefits in the
enterprises in which they are employed. Again in community services group,
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a maximum of 400 persons out of 1000 persons have reported social


security benefits in the units in which they are employed. In agriculture,
forestry & fishery group however a minimum of 82 persons out of 1000
persons have reported receiving social security benefits.

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Chapter-VI


SAMPLE DESIGN & ESTIMATION PROCEDURE


SAMPLE DESIGN

A stratified multi-stage sampling design has been adopted for the employment-
unemployment survey. The first stage units (FSU) are the 2001 census
districts. The second stage units (SSU) are the 2001 census villages (Panchayat
wards in case of Kerala) in the rural sector and Urban Frame Survey (UFS)
blocks in the urban sector. The ultimate stage units (USU) are households in
both the sectors. In case of large SSUs i.e. villages/urban blocks requiring
hamlet-group (hg)/ sub-block (sb) formation, one intermediate stage is the
selection of two hgs/ sbs from each SSU.
Selection of First Stage Units (Districts): All the 593 districts (Census 2001)
were first categorized into four size classes of population namely, less than 10
lakh, 10 lakh to less than 25 lakh, 25 lakh to less than 50 lakh and 50 lakh &
more State-wise. From these four size classes, selection of districts was done
from each State/UT by using the procedure which is as follows:-

(a) Strata/districts with 50 lakh & more population: Complete enumeration (no
sampling of districts);
(b) Selection criteria for the other 3 strata/groups of districts in any given
State/UT are as under:
If total number of districts (N) in the frame is 2 or less, complete
enumeration is done.
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In case N is 3 or more, sample size (n) for the stratum is arrived at as a


pre-specified percentage of "N" (specified below) with the conditions that
"n" is an even number and its minimum value is 2.

Strata/Districts population Sample Size (n as % of N)
25 lakh to less than 50 lakh 75 %
10 lakh to less than 25 lakh 50%
Less than 10 lakh 25%


Once value of "n" is determined, required number (n) of sample districts from a
stratum are selected by circular systematic sampling with PPS (size being the
population of the district) in the form of 2 independent sub-samples after
arranging the districts in ascending order of literacy rates.

Selection of SSUs: Within each selected district of a State/ UT, two basic strata
have been formed: i) rural stratum comprising of all rural areas of the district
and (ii) urban stratum comprising of all the urban areas of the district. Eight
SSUs each from rural and urban stratum of a sample district are selected
using circular systematic sampling as the circular systematic sampling is likely
to give an evenly spaced sample which is essential for an accurate and precise
estimate of the population mean.
Selection of hamlet-groups/ sub-blocks/ households

Large SSUs having approximate present population of 1200 or more was
divided into a suitable number (say, D) of hamlet-groups in the rural sector
and sub-blocks in the urban sector as stated below.
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approximate present population of the
sample village/block
No. of hgs/sbs to be formed (D)
Less than 1200 (no hamlet-groups/sub-
blocks)
1
1200 to 1799 3
1800 to 2399 4
2400 to 2999 5
3000 to 3599
..and so on
6

For rural areas of Himachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Udhampur, Doda districts of
Jammu & Kashmir and Idukki district of Kerala, the number of hamlet-groups
formed are as follows.


approximate present population of the
sample village/block
No. of hgs/sbs to be formed (D)
Less than 600 (no hamlet-groups) 1
600 to 899 3
900 to 1199 4
1200 to 1499
..and so on
5

Two hamlet-groups (hg)/ sub-blocks (sb) are selected from a large SSU
wherever hamlet-groups/ sub-blocks have been formed, by SRSWOR. Listing
and selection of the households are done independently in the two selected
hamlet-groups/ sub-blocks to be described as sample hg/ sb 1 and 2. The
SSUs without hg/ sb formation will be treated as sample hg/ sb number 1.

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Formation of Ultimate Stage Strata (USS) and allocation of households

All the households listed in the selected SSU/ hamlet-groups/ sub-blocks are
stratified into three ultimate stage strata (USS) as given below:
Rural:
The three ultimate-stage-strata (USS) in the rural sector are formed in the
following order:
USS 1: relatively affluent households

USS 2: from the remaining households, households having principal
earnings from non-agricultural activities

USS 3: other remaining households


In rural areas a household is classified as affluent if


it owns any of the items such as motor car/ jeep/ tractor/ combine-
harvester/ truck/ bus/ van, consumer durables like fridge/ washing
machine or spacious pucca house in good condition or
a household whose member is a professional such as doctor/ advocate or
has a high salaried job or
the household owns 7 hectares or more cultivable land or 3.5 hectare or
more irrigated land or
Owns at least 10 heads of cattle.

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Urban:

In the urban sector, the three ultimate-stage-strata (USS) are formed as under:

In the urban sector two cut-off points, say A (Upper Point) and B (Lower
Point) of Monthly Per Capita Expenditure (MPCE) based on NSS 64
th
round
data for each NSS region has been taken for determining the three strata. The,
three ultimate-stage-strata (USS) are formed in the urban sector in the
following order:

USS 1: households with MPCE more than A (i.e. MPCE > A)

USS 2: households with MPCE equal to or less than A but equal to or
more than B (i.e. B<=MPCE<=A)

USS 3: households with MPCE less than B (i.e. MPCE < B)


The number of households to be surveyed in each SSU is 12 and the
composition of USS with number of households to be surveyed is as follows:

USS Composition of USS No. of hhs to be surveyed
Without
hg/sb
formation
With hg/sb formation
(for each hg/sb)
rural

USS 1: Relatively affluent
households
2 1 (1)

USS 2: Of the rest, households
having principal earnings
from non-agricultural
activities
5 3 (2)

USS 3: Other households 5 2 (3)
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urban

USS 1: households with MPCE > A 2 1 (1)

USS 2: households with MPCE equal to or
less than A but equal to or more
than B (i.e. B <= MPCE <= A)
5 3 (2)

USS 3: households with MPCE < B 5 2 (3)


Selection of households: From each SSS the sample households are to be
selected by SRSWOR.
Sample Size:
From each SSU 12 households are to be surveyed. At All-India level 2400 rural
SSU and 2394 urban SSU have been selected. Accordingly a sample of 57,528
households has been arrived at All-India level.

1. Estimation Procedure


Notations:

s= size class (s=1,2,3,4) of district
i= subscript for ith SSU (village (panchayat ward in Kerala)/UFS block) ( i= 1 to
8)
r=subscript for a hamlet-group/sub-block (r=1,2)
j= subscript for jth ultimate stage stratum (uss) in an SSU/hg/sb (j=1,2,3)
k= subscript for kth sample household under a ultimate stage stratum in
SSU/hg/sb
D= total number of hgs/sbs formed in the sample village (panchayat
50

ward)/block
D*= 1 if D=1
= D/2 for SSU if D>1
d= d-th district in a size class
Nd= total number of urban SSU in the dth urban district
Z= total size of the sth size class (rural/urban)
Zd= total size of the rural/urban district
z= size of the ith sample village/block
n= number of sample villages/UFS blocks in the dth district
H= total number of households listed in the ultimate stage stratum of a
village/block of sample SSU
h= number of households surveyed in the ultimate stage stratum of a
village/block of sample SSU
H
i1j
= total number of households listed in jth stratum of ith sample
village/UFS block
h
i1j =
number of households surveyed in jth stratum of ith sample village/UFS
block
H
i2j
= total number of households listed in j-th stratum for subsample-2 of i-th
sample village/UFS block
h
i2j
= number of households surveyed in j-th stratum for subsample-2 of i-th
sample village/UFS block
x,y= observed value of characteristic x,y under estimation
X, Y= estimate of population total X, Y for the characteristic x,y

Under the above symbols,
Ydirjk= observed value of the characteristic y for the kth household in the jth
stratum of the rth hg/sb of the ith SSU belonging to the dth district.

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Estimation formula for aggregates in Rural/Urban sector



Schedule (Listing)

Rural district: For estimating the number of households possessing a
characteristic in the d
th
rural district:

`
d
=
Z
d
n

-
z

n
=1
{y
1
+y
2
]

Where y
i1
, y
i2
are the total number of households possessing the characteristic
y in the hgs 1 & 2 of the i
th
SSU respectively.

y
i
= 1 if it possesses the characteristic
= 0 otherwise

Urban district:
(i) For estimating the number of households possessing a characteristic
in the d
th
urban district.

`
d
=
N
d
n

-
n
=1
{y
1
+y
2
]


Where y
i1
, y
i2
are the total number of households possessing the characteristic
y in the sb 1 & 2 of the i
th
SSU respectively.


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Schedule A: (Employment Unemployment Survey Schedule)



Estimation formula for a rural District:

For all selected households in d
th
rural district:

`
d
=
Z
d
n
]
3
]=1

-
z

n
]
=1
_
E
1]
b
1]
y
1]k
+
h
i1]
k=1
E
2]
b
2]
y
2]k
h
i2]
k=1
_


Estimation formula for an urban District:

For households selected in d
th
urban district:

`
d
=
N
d
n
]
3
]=1

-
n
]
=1
_
E
1]
b
1]
y
1]k
+
h
i1]
k=1
E
2]
b
2]
y
2]k
h
i2]
k=1
_



Estimation formula at Size Class level:

Estimation formula for a rural size class:

For all selected households in s
th
rural size class:

`
s
=
Z
n
d

Z
d
n
d
d=1

where

`
s
= estimate of s
th
size class population total Y for the characteristic y

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Estimation formula for urban size class:

For all selected households in urban size class:

`
s
=
Z
n
d

Z
d
n
d
d=1



Overall Estimates of Aggregates at State/UT/all-India level:

The overall estimate
`
at the State/UT/All-India level is obtained by summing
the size class estimates belonging to the State/UT/all-India.

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Chapter-VII


LIMITATIONS & LOOKING AHEAD



Limitations of the survey
1. The present survey on Employment-Unemployment is a thin sample
survey. The survey results are based on the information collected from
about 46,000 households covered across 28 States/UTs of the country.
2. The estimates at State/UT level are provided in proportions only due to
thin sample size. Hence, the results for State/UT need to be derived and
used cautiously.
3. In most of the States/UTs, data are collected through the regular
employees of Labour Bureau and Contract Investigators recruited for a
short period. An intensive training was imparted to all investigators. In
each selected sample district, two officials of the Directorate of
Economics & Statistics were appointed for supervision of field work and
data scrutiny. However, it is possible that the probing skills of the newly
appointed Contract Investigators may not be at par with the regular and
experienced employees of Labour Bureau.
4. The unemployment rate in the present survey comes out to be
significantly higher than the NSSOs previous rounds estimates. As per
the present survey, the share of agriculture sector employment in the
total employment is 45 per cent as compared to about 55 per cent share
shown by NSSO estimate for the year 2007-08. While the shift of
workforce from agriculture to other sectors is a positive trend of an
emerging economy, the steep decline in share of agriculture employment
estimated in the present survey may be due to lack of adequate probing
skills of the Contract Investigators. This low share of agriculture sector
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employment may have somewhat contributed to a higher unemployment


rate estimated in the present Survey.
5. The Survey results are based only on the usual principal status
approach to employment-unemployment. The other measures of
employment- unemployment which capture intermittent unemployment
and seasonality; namely Current Weekly Status (CWS) and Current Daily
Status (CDS) approach could not be followed due to a shorter survey
period.
6. Labour Bureau has only four regional offices (ROs). Effective co-
ordination and supervision at the regional level for the present National
level employment-unemployment household survey has been provided by
these ROs.
7. An expert group was formed to discuss and finalize the schedules,
sampling design, estimation procedure and tabulation plan of the survey.
This group included experts from the NSSO, the Central Statistical
Organization, the DGE&T and the Ministry of Labour and Employment.
However, due to shorter period available with the Bureau for preparatory
work and field work, wider consultations with other experts and
stakeholders could not be carried out extensively.
8. The advice of the technical committee of the Ministry of Statistics & P.I.
could not be taken because of the time limit provided for the Survey.
9. Labour Bureau conducts enterprise surveys on periodic basis. However,
this was the first household survey conducted by the Bureau at the
National level. There may have been some shortfalls on the
conceptualization of the subject, designing of the schedules, sampling
design, methodology etc. These would be adequately addressed in the
future surveys.


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Looking Ahead
1. In order to provide precise and robust estimates of proportions as well
as of absolute figures at State/UT and National level, the sample size of
the survey will be suitably increased in the future surveys.
2. In the current survey, 300 districts have been covered. The ultimate
objective of this initiative is to cover all the districts in a phased manner.
3. The present survey provides estimates by Usual Principal Status
approach only. The other measures of the employment-unemployment
will be attempted in the future surveys after wider consultations with
the experts on the subject.
4. The focus of the Government policies is to create skilled manpower in
tandem with the requirement of the Industry, Trade and Services
sectors. The employment schedules to be canvassed will be designed
appropriately to capture the availability of skilled manpower in the
country.
5. The migration of the labour force is proposed to be studied in the future
surveys.
6. The data on underemployment will also be captured in the forthcoming
surveys.
7. Different employment generating schemes are being implemented by the
Central and the State/UT Governments to generate additional
employment opportunities. The survey schedules will be designed
suitably to capture data on the impact of the important employment
generating schemes.
8. For further improving the quality of the estimates, training of the
Investigators and other officials engaged in the survey will receive
priority attention. Intensive training will be imparted to all personnel
engaged in the Survey.
9. The estimates of employment-unemployment will be attempted for
various social groups and minorities as well.
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10. The survey schedules will be designed appropriately to capture


information on contract category of workers and home based workers in
the future surveys.


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ANNEXURE-I
Composition of Group of Experts for Designing the Questionnaires and for
finalisation of Sample Design & Estimation Procedure in respect of the
Employment-Unemployment Survey of Labour Bureau.
Sh. Ramesh Kolli,
Additional Director General,
Central Statistical Organisation, New Delhi
Chairman
Sh. G.C.Manna, Deputy Director General,
Survey Design & Research Division, NSSO, Kolkata.
Member
Dr. G.M. Boopathy, Deputy Director
General,Central Statistical Organisation,
New Delhi.
Member
Sh. T.K. Saha, Deputy Director General,
Data Processing Division (DPD), NSSO,
Kolkata.
Member
Ms. Amarjeet Kaur, Deputy Director General,
Directorate General of Employment & Training,
Ministry of Labour & Employment, New Delhi.
Member
Dr. Harcharan Singh,Deputy Director General,
Ministry of Labour & Employment,
New Delhi.
Member
Director General, Labour Bureau, Chandigarh.

Member
Secretary






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Annexure-II
Comparative Statement
Indicators Unit
Bureaus
2009-10
NSSO
2007-08
Other
Sources
Population Million 1182 1009 1157 *
Households Million 238 222

Household size Average 5.0 4.5

Sex Ratio 1000 917 947 932 *
Literacy Rate
(7 years &
above)
% 77.7 70.8 85% **
LFPR % 35.9 38.1

LFPR Million 424 385

WPR % 32.5 37.1

WPR Million 384 374

UR % 9.4 2.8

UR Million 40 11

PU % 3.4 1.1


(*): The population estimates and sex ratio for 2009-10 are based on the Report
of the Technical Group on Population Projections for India and States 2001-
2026
(**): In the 11th Five year plan, the Planning Commission set target of
increasing literacy rate for persons of age 7 years or more to 85 per cent.
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DETAILED TABLES

Rural Urban Total Rural Urban Total Rural Urban Total
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
1 Andhra Pradesh 112 112 224 90 96 186 1080 1148 2228
2 Assam 72 72 144 61 33 94 732 396 1128
3 Bihar 176 176 352 147 111 258 1763 1331 3094
4 Chhatisgarh 64 64 128 47 47 94 563 564 1127
5 Delhi 32 32 64 32 32 64 384 384 768
6 Goa 16 16 32 9 12 21 108 144 252
7 Gujarat 120 120 240 102 42 144 1223 504 1727
8 Haryana 80 80 160 78 76 154 936 912 1848
9 Himachal Pradesh 40 40 80 40 40 80 480 480 960
10 Jammu & Kashmir 48 48 96 40 28 68 480 334 814
11 Jharkhand 72 72 144 65 44 109 780 524 1304
12 Karnataka 120 120 240 110 100 210 1316 1199 2515
13 Kerala 72 72 144 54 37 91 648 444 1092
14 Madhya Pradesh 176 176 352 113 109 222 1356 1308 2664
15 Maharashtra 168 168 336 137 103 240 1643 1235 2878
16 Megahlaya 16 16 32 7 5 12 84 60 144
17 Orissa 120 120 240 120 120 240 1440 1440 2880
18 Punjab 64 64 128 64 64 128 768 768 1536
19 Rajasthan 136 136 272 126 123 249 1512 1476 2988
20 Sikkim 8 8 16 8 8 16 96 96 192
21 Tamil Nadu 144 144 288 144 144 288 1726 1725 3451
22 Uttaranchal 48 48 96 48 46 94 576 552 1128
23 Uttar Pradesh 352 352 704 309 269 578 3707 3220 6927
24 West Bengal 112 112 224 80 64 144 952 727 1679
25 Chandigarh 8 8 16 8 8 16 96 96 192
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 8 2 10 6 0 6 72 0 72
27 Daman & Diu 8 8 16 6 8 14 72 96 168
28 Pondicherry 8 8 16 5 4 9 60 43 103
Overall 2400 2394 4794 2056 1773 3829 24653 21206 45859
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Table (1) : Number of villages/urban blocks & households surveyed for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Number of villages/blocks
allocated
Number of villages/blocks
surveyed
Number of households
surveyed
Rural Urban Total Rural Urban Total
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 Andhra Pradesh 763 237 1000 3.9 4.1 4.0
2 Assam 894 106 1000 5.1 4.7 5.0
3 Bihar 909 91 1000 5.8 5.8 5.8
4 Chhatisgarh 838 162 1000 4.8 4.7 4.8
5 Delhi 63 937 1000 5.3 5.2 5.2
6 Goa 482 518 1000 4.1 4.6 4.4
7 Gujarat 543 457 1000 5.2 4.5 4.9
8 Haryana 623 377 1000 5.2 4.9 5.0
9 Himachal Pradesh 905 95 1000 4.7 4.1 4.6
10 Jammu & Kashmir 809 191 1000 5.3 5.3 5.3
11 Jharkhand 858 142 1000 5.3 5.0 5.3
12 Karnataka 681 319 1000 4.9 4.7 4.8
13 Kerala 707 293 1000 4.4 4.4 4.4
14 Madhya Pradesh 754 246 1000 5.1 5.2 5.1
15 Maharashtra 614 386 1000 4.8 4.4 4.6
16 Meghalaya 762 238 1000 5.8 5.6 5.7
17 Orissa 856 144 1000 4.9 4.6 4.8
18 Punjab 567 433 1000 5.3 4.7 5.0
19 Rajasthan 770 230 1000 5.7 5.5 5.6
20 Sikkim 772 228 1000 5.0 5.0 5.0
21 Tamil Nadu 580 420 1000 4.0 3.9 4.0
22 Uttaranchal 773 227 1000 5.2 4.7 5.1
23 Uttar Pradesh 809 191 1000 5.9 5.8 5.9
24 West Bengal 645 355 1000 4.6 4.3 4.5
25 Chandigarh 122 878 1000 5.1 4.5 4.6
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 1000 - 1000 6.8 - 6.8
27 Daman & Diu 530 470 1000 4.1 4.8 4.5
28 Pondicherry 383 617 1000 4.5 3.9 4.1
Overall 722 278 1000 5.1 4.7 5.0
1719742 661091 2380833 X X X
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Table (2) : Per 1000 distribution of households and average household size in rural & urban areas for each State/UT
Estimated households at
Overall in (00)
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Per 1000 distribution of households Average household size (0.0)
Rural
Agriculture
Non-
agriculture
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 Andhra Pradesh 144 190 402 116 148 1000
2 Assam 238 127 216 215 204 1000
3 Bihar 182 125 202 294 197 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 490 98 152 125 135 1000
5 Delhi 167 267 40 90 436 1000
6 Goa 9 55 172 102 662 1000
7 Gujarat 408 116 236 116 124 1000
8 Haryana 332 160 120 172 216 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 341 165 9 102 383 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 238 164 88 142 368 1000
11 Jharkhand 430 112 91 238 129 1000
12 Karnataka 300 157 295 136 112 1000
13 Kerala 159 110 189 235 307 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 363 131 162 191 153 1000
15 Maharashtra 354 111 289 67 179 1000
16 Meghalaya 469 41 218 44 228 1000
17 Orissa 198 169 257 206 170 1000
18 Punjab 331 87 108 265 209 1000
19 Rajasthan 251 149 235 233 132 1000
20 Sikkim 261 306 0 158 275 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 187 153 336 156 168 1000
22 Uttaranchal 355 154 36 179 276 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 415 100 111 246 128 1000
24 West Bengal 208 225 304 157 106 1000
25 Chandigarh 415 186 0 76 323 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 497 79 19 169 236 1000
27 Daman & Diu 219 200 168 129 284 1000
28 Pondicherry 30 23 142 108 697 1000
Overall 288 139 223 189 161 1000
495243 239394 382974 324838 277293 1719742
7495 3825 4285 4481 4567 24653
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All
Table (3) : Per 1000 distribution of households by household type for each State/UT
Sample households
Estimated households at
Overall in (00)
Self employed
Agriculture
labour
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Other labour Others
Urban
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 Andhra Pradesh 269 366 206 159 1000
2 Assam 370 357 130 143 1000
3 Bihar 370 197 211 222 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 406 350 148 96 1000
5 Delhi 370 509 28 93 1000
6 Goa 281 453 35 231 1000
7 Gujarat 348 352 146 154 1000
8 Haryana 344 201 219 236 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 380 376 137 107 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 424 437 54 85 1000
11 Jharkhand 216 371 174 239 1000
12 Karnataka 258 230 356 156 1000
13 Kerala 218 163 411 208 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 259 257 327 157 1000
15 Maharashtra 262 525 96 117 1000
16 Meghalaya 264 465 46 225 1000
17 Orissa 323 403 173 101 1000
18 Punjab 326 318 253 103 1000
19 Rajasthan 387 231 195 187 1000
20 Sikkim 483 457 17 43 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 295 265 261 179 1000
22 Uttaranchal 323 216 194 267 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 401 175 284 140 1000
24 West Bengal 461 278 151 110 1000
25 Chandigarh 267 348 163 222 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli
27 Daman & Diu 466 387 147 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 241 423 50 286 1000
Overall 331 315 205 149 1000
219394 208155 135330 98213 661091
6958 5550 5474 3224 21206
64
Table (4) : Per 1000 distribution of households by household type for each State/UT surveyed
Estimated households at
Overall in (00)
Sample households
Self employed Regular wage
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Casual labour Others All
Rural+Urban
Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
1 Andhra Pradesh 477 470 948 349 343 693 398 389 786 505 495 1000 979 9086
2 Assam 481 450 931 348 310 659 386 333 719 512 488 1000 952 5787
3 Bihar 481 428 909 306 260 567 342 283 625 530 470 1000 886 18622
4 Chhatisgarh 471 453 925 339 313 652 378 348 726 506 494 1000 975 5492
5 Delhi 501 423 924 333 295 627 352 335 687 544 456 1000 840 3589
6 Goa 487 465 952 348 352 701 422 415 837 517 483 1000 933 1108
7 Gujarat 465 458 923 326 328 655 365 366 731 515 485 1000 942 8998
8 Haryana 504 435 939 349 312 661 385 345 730 540 460 1000 850 9419
9 Himachal Pradesh 479 458 937 323 330 653 381 383 764 507 493 1000 973 4326
10 Jammu & Kashmir 491 445 936 333 305 639 372 336 708 523 477 1000 912 4399
11 Jharkhand 469 440 910 327 302 629 353 328 681 517 483 1000 933 6656
12 Karnataka 490 458 949 341 330 671 386 373 759 516 484 1000 938 12409
13 Kerala 452 476 928 296 329 625 358 400 758 485 515 1000 1061 4856
14 Madhya Pradesh 485 439 924 333 298 631 371 329 700 524 476 1000 909 13746
15 Maharashtra 481 449 929 332 312 645 387 370 757 520 480 1000 923 13365
16 Meghalaya 476 428 904 329 289 618 353 303 656 522 478 1000 916 805
17 Orissa 480 454 934 332 309 641 380 354 734 514 486 1000 947 14032
18 Punjab 509 440 948 362 314 676 414 362 776 535 465 1000 868 8021
19 Rajasthan 497 429 927 332 300 632 365 329 694 535 465 1000 870 16936
20 Sikkim 516 444 960 371 316 687 425 352 777 530 470 1000 886 976
21 Tamil Nadu 472 469 940 331 341 672 391 396 787 502 498 1000 992 13900
22 Uttaranchal 463 458 921 312 317 629 351 368 720 506 494 1000 977 5886
23 Uttar Pradesh 491 422 913 311 276 587 350 307 657 536 464 1000 865 40603
24 West Bengal 487 449 936 345 330 675 395 367 762 516 484 1000 937 7777
25 Chandigarh 484 443 927 318 300 619 398 356 754 526 474 1000 902 967
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 464 446 910 260 278 537 299 310 609 509 491 1000 963 446
27 Daman & Diu 485 460 945 320 331 651 373 387 760 519 481 1000 925 751
28 Pondicherry 433 521 955 302 371 673 345 443 788 458 542 1000 1184 452
Overall 483 444 927 329 306 635 372 344 716 522 478 1000 917 233410
571886 524782 1096668 389036 361617 750653 439838 406526 846364 616925 565921 1182847 X X
65
All ages
Sample
persons
Estimated population at
Overall in (000)
Table (5.1) : Per 1000 distribution of number of persons by age and sex, for each State/UT surveyed
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
5 years & above 15-59 years 15 years & above
Sex ratio
Rural
Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
1 Andhra Pradesh 476 468 943 345 339 684 395 386 782 507 493 1000 973 4362
2 Assam 482 446 928 352 304 656 387 326 713 515 485 1000 941 3849
3 Bihar 478 429 906 305 258 563 340 282 622 529 471 1000 892 10870
4 Chhatisgarh 464 454 918 333 309 642 371 344 715 501 499 1000 995 2774
5 Delhi 512 424 936 336 303 639 383 349 732 555 445 1000 802 1967
6 Goa 496 474 970 353 375 728 436 427 863 508 492 1000 969 448
7 Gujarat 473 459 932 319 323 642 356 368 724 513 487 1000 950 6483
8 Haryana 500 432 932 341 302 643 381 341 721 539 461 1000 855 4887
9 Himachal Pradesh 478 456 934 320 327 647 379 381 761 507 493 1000 972 2313
10 Jammu & Kashmir 501 434 936 341 310 651 386 344 729 535 465 1000 868 2637
11 Jharkhand 462 443 906 320 299 619 346 323 669 513 487 1000 951 4191
12 Karnataka 492 454 946 339 326 664 386 368 754 518 482 1000 929 6417
13 Kerala 456 472 928 300 327 627 367 393 759 487 513 1000 1055 2933
14 Madhya Pradesh 485 434 919 332 293 625 369 323 692 527 473 1000 897 6991
15 Maharashtra 479 443 923 324 297 621 380 355 736 522 478 1000 916 7783
16 Meghalaya 494 412 906 347 268 615 372 281 654 538 462 1000 857 469
17 Orissa 475 457 932 326 307 633 373 352 726 509 491 1000 966 7136
18 Punjab 507 433 939 353 310 663 413 363 776 538 462 1000 860 4135
19 Rajasthan 496 428 923 328 299 627 359 324 683 534 466 1000 874 8656
20 Sikkim 517 443 959 370 307 677 425 343 768 528 472 1000 895 489
21 Tamil Nadu 469 464 933 329 338 667 388 390 778 503 497 1000 988 6979
22 Uttaranchal 457 460 916 296 311 607 338 365 703 502 498 1000 992 3148
23 Uttar Pradesh 492 420 912 309 273 581 349 304 653 537 463 1000 862 22018
24 West Bengal 485 444 930 340 321 661 381 354 736 517 483 1000 934 4503
25 Chandigarh 538 387 925 377 299 676 428 345 772 581 419 1000 721 496
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 464 446 910 260 278 537 299 310 609 509 491 1000 963 446
27 Daman & Diu 484 471 955 336 341 677 382 397 779 512 488 1000 951 296
28 Pondicherry 441 504 946 324 396 720 366 428 793 470 530 1000 1126 264
Overall 483 440 923 324 299 623 367 336 703 522 478 1000 915 127940
421123 384309 805433 283082 260658 543740 320268 292781 613049 455654 416956 872610 X X
66
Estimated population at
Overall in (000)
Table (5.2): Per 1000 distribution of number of persons by age and sex, for each State/UT surveyed
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
5 years & above 15-59 years 15 years & above All ages
Sample
persons
Sex ratio
Urban
Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
1 Andhra Pradesh 482 478 960 364 356 721 405 397 801 501 499 1000 997 4724
2 Assam 466 490 956 316 366 682 378 399 778 485 515 1000 1060 1938
3 Bihar 513 419 932 321 281 602 354 300 654 546 454 1000 831 7752
4 Chhatisgarh 510 449 960 371 334 706 414 368 782 534 466 1000 873 2718
5 Delhi 500 423 923 332 294 626 350 334 684 543 457 1000 842 1622
6 Goa 480 456 936 344 333 678 411 405 816 525 475 1000 904 660
7 Gujarat 455 456 911 337 335 672 377 364 741 518 482 1000 930 2515
8 Haryana 512 440 952 362 330 692 391 354 745 543 457 1000 842 4532
9 Himachal Pradesh 486 476 963 360 360 720 402 402 804 504 496 1000 985 2013
10 Jammu & Kashmir 448 488 936 301 286 587 316 303 619 472 528 1000 1120 1762
11 Jharkhand 514 421 935 372 319 691 398 355 753 547 453 1000 828 2465
12 Karnataka 486 468 954 348 340 687 387 384 771 511 489 1000 956 5992
13 Kerala 440 486 926 286 334 620 336 419 756 481 519 1000 1077 1923
14 Madhya Pradesh 486 453 939 338 312 650 377 347 724 514 486 1000 946 6755
15 Maharashtra 483 458 941 346 339 685 399 395 794 517 483 1000 935 5582
16 Meghalaya 418 481 899 269 360 628 289 375 664 467 533 1000 1141 336
17 Orissa 512 435 947 372 322 695 422 363 785 545 455 1000 836 6896
18 Punjab 512 450 961 376 320 696 416 360 776 532 468 1000 880 3886
19 Rajasthan 503 435 938 345 306 651 387 343 730 539 461 1000 856 8280
20 Sikkim 512 449 962 374 346 721 425 380 805 539 461 1000 856 487
21 Tamil Nadu 476 475 951 334 345 679 395 405 800 500 500 1000 999 6921
22 Uttaranchal 488 451 939 372 338 710 402 380 782 520 480 1000 922 2738
23 Uttar Pradesh 488 431 918 321 288 610 353 318 671 532 468 1000 879 18585
24 West Bengal 489 459 949 354 348 702 421 391 813 515 485 1000 943 3274
25 Chandigarh 476 452 928 309 300 610 393 358 751 517 483 1000 934 471
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 0
27 Daman & Diu 486 449 935 305 322 627 364 378 742 526 474 1000 901 455
28 Pondicherry 428 534 961 285 353 639 330 454 784 449 551 1000 1227 188
Overall 486 453 939 342 325 667 385 367 752 520 480 1000 924 105470
150763 140472 291236 105953 100960 206913 119571 113744 233315 161271 148965 310236 X X
67
Estimated population at
Overall in (000)
Table (5.3) : Per 1000 distribution of number of persons by age and sex, for each State/UT surveyed
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
5 years & above 15-59 years 15 years & above All ages
Sample
persons
Sex ratio
Rural + Urban
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 328 99 99 152 147 73 20 62 20 1000 8362
2 Assam 112 106 215 291 128 88 8 46 6 1000 5177
3 Bihar 267 169 132 174 124 67 8 48 11 1000 16120
4 Chhatisgarh 236 117 199 196 113 84 4 37 15 1000 4942
5 Delhi 141 144 132 203 96 133 3 117 32 1000 3170
6 Goa 56 51 75 153 235 211 32 146 42 1000 1034
7 Gujarat 215 117 167 179 141 80 18 64 20 1000 8055
8 Haryana 176 91 160 189 165 110 24 65 19 1000 8561
9 Himachal Pradesh 139 81 157 185 193 151 17 50 28 1000 3953
10 Jammu & Kashmir 289 60 172 154 158 97 5 44 22 1000 3920
11 Jharkhand 221 109 151 210 142 85 7 70 6 1000 5811
12 Karnataka 252 112 129 168 157 84 41 51 5 1000 11307
13 Kerala 38 91 176 289 165 103 28 82 29 1000 4326
14 Madhya Pradesh 255 143 171 175 94 82 12 52 16 1000 12295
15 Maharashtra 181 63 153 211 187 109 12 61 21 1000 11987
16 Meghalaya 237 180 191 204 105 47 3 30 4 1000 685
17 Orissa 199 121 190 176 163 70 12 59 10 1000 12621
18 Punjab 196 75 144 182 187 120 23 40 33 1000 7279
19 Rajasthan 258 124 177 184 112 63 7 56 19 1000 15062
20 Sikkim 125 107 146 217 182 142 1 71 10 1000 914
21 Tamil Nadu 173 89 169 195 161 96 31 63 23 1000 12672
22 Uttaranchal 155 118 145 208 158 106 10 65 34 1000 5236
23 Uttar Pradesh 260 137 166 183 107 76 5 48 18 1000 35199
24 West Bengal 161 121 228 249 98 62 4 61 16 1000 7064
25 Chandigarh 141 44 144 151 144 106 14 170 87 1000 859
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 482 2 60 184 208 45 12 3 5 1000 383
27 Daman & Diu 109 45 177 180 216 183 50 38 1 1000 691
28 Pondicherry 117 56 112 204 183 160 49 87 32 1000 419
Overall 223 117 163 194 133 83 13 57 17 1000 208104
68
All
Not
literate
Below
primary
Primary Middle Secondary
Higher
secondary
Diploma
Table (6.1) : Per 1000 distribution of number of persons of age 7 years & above by level of general education for each State/UT surveyed
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Sample
persons
Graduate
PG &
above
(Rural + Urban) male
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 259 103 86 165 163 87 27 82 28 1000 4222
2 Assam 81 93 193 303 142 113 9 57 8 1000 2635
3 Bihar 187 154 132 188 149 89 12 71 19 1000 8663
4 Chhatisgarh 156 109 209 211 129 107 5 52 22 1000 2521
5 Delhi 88 131 184 225 67 125 4 151 24 1000 1756
6 Goa 28 36 54 159 236 233 47 161 48 1000 532
7 Gujarat 149 123 161 196 166 89 21 75 22 1000 4144
8 Haryana 96 79 156 209 193 132 30 82 22 1000 4570
9 Himachal Pradesh 69 82 144 185 223 180 21 64 31 1000 2007
10 Jammu & Kashmir 193 63 174 176 200 107 6 53 29 1000 2032
11 Jharkhand 129 92 168 225 170 104 11 94 8 1000 3094
12 Karnataka 182 114 121 178 181 96 53 68 6 1000 5901
13 Kerala 23 87 169 320 161 100 32 78 31 1000 2103
14 Madhya Pradesh 173 140 184 193 105 107 16 59 22 1000 6454
15 Maharashtra 114 59 157 210 222 126 19 73 19 1000 6168
16 Meghalaya 216 180 196 214 117 50 0 23 3 1000 334
17 Orissa 137 117 180 181 193 76 15 85 16 1000 6516
18 Punjab 147 69 140 189 213 154 25 35 27 1000 3833
19 Rajasthan 147 113 176 220 146 83 10 79 26 1000 7978
20 Sikkim 92 127 145 192 206 149 1 78 10 1000 488
21 Tamil Nadu 110 90 172 203 183 103 42 72 24 1000 6320
22 Uttaranchal 72 110 142 220 200 128 9 77 40 1000 2698
23 Uttar Pradesh 167 138 174 208 132 95 6 59 21 1000 18727
24 West Bengal 107 126 224 257 110 74 7 75 21 1000 3633
25 Chandigarh 104 37 136 167 172 119 26 170 70 1000 461
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 351 3 69 200 297 41 23 6 9 1000 192
27 Daman & Diu 52 37 168 153 219 262 50 56 3 1000 354
28 Pondicherry 65 42 128 170 242 121 59 139 32 1000 197
Overall 150 115 163 208 155 99 17 71 21 1000 108533
69
Table (6.2) : Per 1000 distribution of number of persons of age 7 years & above by level of general education for each State/UT surveyed
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Not
literate
Below
primary
Primary Middle Secondary
Higher
secondary
Diploma Graduate
PG &
above
All
Sample
persons
(Rural + Urban) female
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 399 94 113 140 130 59 14 41 11 1000 4140
2 Assam 146 121 238 277 113 60 7 34 4 1000 2542
3 Bihar 358 185 132 159 96 42 3 22 3 1000 7457
4 Chhatisgarh 319 125 189 180 97 59 3 21 7 1000 2421
5 Delhi 205 158 70 176 131 142 1 76 41 1000 1414
6 Goa 85 67 97 147 234 188 16 130 35 1000 502
7 Gujarat 281 111 174 162 117 71 15 52 18 1000 3911
8 Haryana 266 105 166 167 132 84 17 46 17 1000 3991
9 Himachal Pradesh 211 80 170 186 161 120 12 35 25 1000 1946
10 Jammu & Kashmir 395 56 169 130 111 86 4 34 14 1000 1888
11 Jharkhand 320 127 133 194 113 64 3 43 4 1000 2717
12 Karnataka 327 110 139 156 132 71 28 32 4 1000 5406
13 Kerala 51 96 182 260 168 106 26 86 26 1000 2223
14 Madhya Pradesh 347 146 155 156 81 55 7 43 10 1000 5841
15 Maharashtra 253 67 150 212 149 91 5 49 23 1000 5819
16 Meghalaya 262 179 184 192 90 42 7 38 5 1000 351
17 Orissa 264 126 200 172 131 63 8 31 5 1000 6105
18 Punjab 253 81 149 175 156 81 20 46 40 1000 3446
19 Rajasthan 385 137 179 144 73 40 3 30 10 1000 7084
20 Sikkim 164 82 147 248 153 134 0 63 9 1000 426
21 Tamil Nadu 236 88 165 187 139 89 20 53 22 1000 6352
22 Uttaranchal 238 125 148 196 116 85 11 53 27 1000 2538
23 Uttar Pradesh 369 135 155 156 78 55 3 36 13 1000 16472
24 West Bengal 218 116 232 241 84 50 1 47 11 1000 3431
25 Chandigarh 181 51 154 133 113 92 0 169 105 1000 398
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 617 0 51 167 116 49 0 0 0 1000 191
27 Daman & Diu 169 54 186 209 213 100 49 19 0 1000 337
28 Pondicherry 160 67 98 232 134 192 41 45 31 1000 222
Overall 303 120 162 178 110 65 9 41 13 1000 99571
70
Table (6.3) : Per 1000 distribution of number of persons of age 7 years & above by level of general education for each State/UT surveyed
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Not
literate
Below
primary
Primary Middle Secondary
Higher
secondary
Diploma Graduate
PG &
above
All
Sample
persons
Rural
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 374 109 101 152 136 61 16 38 12 1000 4020
2 Assam 120 115 225 296 124 77 7 33 3 1000 3405
3 Bihar 285 175 135 172 112 61 7 43 10 1000 9314
4 Chhatisgarh 257 123 213 196 110 74 1 21 5 1000 2459
5 Delhi 134 86 141 141 81 271 13 94 39 1000 1727
6 Goa 68 79 80 163 237 212 32 112 19 1000 427
7 Gujarat 272 144 187 157 120 71 18 24 6 1000 5817
8 Haryana 205 97 166 186 169 100 17 46 14 1000 4433
9 Himachal Pradesh 149 82 163 189 189 147 14 43 25 1000 2090
10 Jammu & Kashmir 285 68 148 172 166 102 2 37 20 1000 2360
11 Jharkhand 245 121 157 203 135 76 3 56 4 1000 3582
12 Karnataka 283 123 141 156 149 74 34 37 4 1000 5850
13 Kerala 34 98 180 287 164 106 25 78 26 1000 2619
14 Madhya Pradesh 285 158 178 171 80 73 12 35 7 1000 6182
15 Maharashtra 242 76 176 220 173 78 8 23 4 1000 6934
16 Meghalaya 286 177 172 202 91 40 0 30 1 1000 396
17 Orissa 215 129 195 178 158 64 9 44 8 1000 6357
18 Punjab 222 86 155 199 183 109 18 19 9 1000 3741
19 Rajasthan 292 132 183 186 107 50 5 37 8 1000 7635
20 Sikkim 149 123 149 241 172 112 0 51 4 1000 455
21 Tamil Nadu 195 98 193 198 147 87 29 41 12 1000 6329
22 Uttaranchal 161 131 145 212 168 102 10 54 18 1000 2758
23 Uttar Pradesh 267 139 169 193 105 72 4 39 12 1000 18932
24 West Bengal 201 139 241 268 79 40 1 25 5 1000 4039
25 Chandigarh 134 106 121 161 269 143 0 38 27 1000 434
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 482 2 60 184 208 45 12 3 5 1000 383
27 Daman & Diu 118 52 179 164 247 170 43 24 3 1000 282
28 Pondicherry 178 52 144 190 210 90 71 63 2 1000 244
Overall 254 129 171 195 124 71 10 37 9 1000 113204
71
Table (6.4) : Per 1000 distribution of number of persons of age 7 years & above by level of general education for each State/UT surveyed
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Not
literate
Below
primary
Primary Middle Secondary
Higher
secondary
Diploma Graduate
PG &
above
All
Sample
persons
Rural male
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 306 119 87 166 157 76 22 51 18 1000 2050
2 Assam 87 101 202 309 141 105 8 43 4 1000 1756
3 Bihar 200 161 135 188 139 83 11 65 17 1000 4928
4 Chhatisgarh 174 117 229 211 127 98 1 34 8 1000 1228
5 Delhi 60 110 116 150 91 302 18 111 43 1000 942
6 Goa 42 41 44 160 260 255 36 149 13 1000 213
7 Gujarat 191 151 190 168 147 90 20 34 9 1000 3019
8 Haryana 117 88 162 209 197 122 21 64 19 1000 2372
9 Himachal Pradesh 75 85 149 189 224 177 17 56 27 1000 1073
10 Jammu & Kashmir 182 70 162 194 210 114 3 41 23 1000 1246
11 Jharkhand 147 104 177 221 164 96 4 81 6 1000 1883
12 Karnataka 205 121 130 178 173 90 47 51 5 1000 3069
13 Kerala 24 86 175 318 159 103 31 77 27 1000 1286
14 Madhya Pradesh 191 152 198 194 92 101 17 42 12 1000 3262
15 Maharashtra 150 72 182 231 210 106 13 31 6 1000 3604
16 Meghalaya 260 176 189 208 103 43 0 21 0 1000 198
17 Orissa 149 124 190 183 193 70 12 67 12 1000 3246
18 Punjab 174 80 153 211 203 134 18 22 5 1000 2005
19 Rajasthan 169 125 185 230 144 72 8 56 13 1000 4067
20 Sikkim 112 151 154 210 204 107 0 62 0 1000 248
21 Tamil Nadu 125 96 203 212 172 93 39 48 12 1000 3181
22 Uttaranchal 64 123 140 225 220 129 7 67 26 1000 1392
23 Uttar Pradesh 167 141 177 220 132 90 6 50 16 1000 10188
24 West Bengal 136 149 241 279 94 55 2 35 9 1000 2091
25 Chandigarh 75 102 107 184 303 157 0 52 19 1000 242
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 351 3 69 200 297 41 23 6 9 1000 192
27 Daman & Diu 36 39 187 154 255 232 50 41 5 1000 144
28 Pondicherry 108 24 168 167 297 72 74 90 0 1000 115
Overall 171 127 173 214 148 90 14 50 13 1000 59240
72
Table (6.5) : Per 1000 distribution of number of persons of age 7 years & above by level of general education for each State/UT surveyed
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Not
literate
Below
primary
Primary Middle Secondary
Higher
secondary
Diploma Graduate
PG &
above
All
Sample
persons
Rural female
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 444 99 116 138 115 46 11 25 7 1000 1970
2 Assam 157 131 250 281 105 45 6 22 3 1000 1649
3 Bihar 380 190 134 153 83 37 2 19 2 1000 4386
4 Chhatisgarh 342 129 197 180 91 50 0 7 3 1000 1231
5 Delhi 219 59 171 130 69 235 7 74 35 1000 785
6 Goa 95 118 117 165 213 167 29 73 24 1000 214
7 Gujarat 353 137 185 145 93 51 17 15 4 1000 2798
8 Haryana 304 108 170 161 138 74 12 27 7 1000 2061
9 Himachal Pradesh 226 80 177 188 152 115 11 30 22 1000 1017
10 Jammu & Kashmir 403 67 132 146 114 89 1 31 16 1000 1114
11 Jharkhand 348 139 136 185 103 55 2 30 1 1000 1699
12 Karnataka 368 125 152 132 123 56 21 22 2 1000 2781
13 Kerala 44 110 185 258 170 109 20 79 25 1000 1333
14 Madhya Pradesh 392 165 155 145 67 41 7 27 2 1000 2920
15 Maharashtra 341 80 169 209 134 47 4 14 3 1000 3330
16 Meghalaya 319 178 151 195 76 37 0 42 2 1000 198
17 Orissa 283 134 200 173 122 58 6 20 3 1000 3111
18 Punjab 277 93 157 185 160 80 18 16 13 1000 1736
19 Rajasthan 434 141 181 135 64 26 1 15 3 1000 3568
20 Sikkim 193 90 142 278 134 117 0 37 8 1000 207
21 Tamil Nadu 265 100 183 184 123 81 19 33 12 1000 3148
22 Uttaranchal 255 138 150 201 117 75 13 41 10 1000 1366
23 Uttar Pradesh 383 138 158 162 73 50 2 26 9 1000 8744
24 West Bengal 270 128 241 256 64 25 0 14 2 1000 1948
25 Chandigarh 216 111 140 130 223 123 0 18 39 1000 192
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 617 0 51 167 116 49 0 0 0 1000 191
27 Daman & Diu 204 65 170 175 238 106 36 6 0 1000 138
28 Pondicherry 239 75 124 211 135 106 68 38 3 1000 129
Overall 344 132 168 175 97 50 7 23 6 1000 53964
73
Table (6.6) : Per 1000 distribution of number of persons of age 7 years & above by level of general education for each State/UT surveyed
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Not
literate
Below
primary
Primary Middle Secondary
Higher
secondary
Diploma Graduate
PG &
above
All
Sample
persons
Urban
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 185 67 93 154 179 110 33 136 44 1000 4342
2 Assam 43 32 125 246 165 182 21 158 28 1000 1772
3 Bihar 96 111 104 199 239 119 18 93 20 1000 6806
4 Chhatisgarh 131 83 128 196 132 130 21 116 64 1000 2483
5 Delhi 141 148 132 207 97 123 2 119 31 1000 1443
6 Goa 46 26 71 145 233 210 32 176 62 1000 607
7 Gujarat 134 78 139 210 171 93 16 119 38 1000 2238
8 Haryana 126 81 151 195 157 128 36 97 29 1000 4128
9 Himachal Pradesh 32 62 97 153 231 191 48 117 68 1000 1863
10 Jammu & Kashmir 306 23 272 78 123 74 16 76 32 1000 1560
11 Jharkhand 77 36 112 251 188 136 28 151 19 1000 2229
12 Karnataka 185 89 104 194 176 107 55 82 9 1000 5457
13 Kerala 47 74 165 292 165 94 36 91 36 1000 1707
14 Madhya Pradesh 170 99 150 188 131 110 10 100 42 1000 6113
15 Maharashtra 80 43 116 196 209 162 19 126 49 1000 5053
16 Meghalaya 76 188 252 210 149 67 13 29 15 1000 289
17 Orissa 101 74 158 165 190 105 27 151 28 1000 6264
18 Punjab 160 58 129 159 191 135 30 70 68 1000 3538
19 Rajasthan 143 98 159 180 128 106 13 120 53 1000 7427
20 Sikkim 43 50 136 136 216 248 3 140 30 1000 459
21 Tamil Nadu 143 77 135 191 181 108 34 93 39 1000 6343
22 Uttaranchal 136 71 146 194 122 123 12 106 90 1000 2478
23 Uttar Pradesh 233 124 153 142 116 97 7 89 39 1000 16267
24 West Bengal 85 88 203 214 132 103 10 130 36 1000 3025
25 Chandigarh 142 34 148 149 124 100 16 190 96 1000 425
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli
27 Daman & Diu 100 39 175 197 185 196 56 53 0 1000 409
28 Pondicherry 74 59 88 214 163 210 34 105 53 1000 175
Overall 140 85 141 189 160 115 21 110 39 1000 94900
74
Table (6.7) : Per 1000 distribution of number of persons of age 7 years & above by level of general education for each State/UT surveyed
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Not
literate
Below
primary
Primary Middle Secondary
Higher
secondary
Diploma Graduate
PG &
above
All
Sample
persons
Urban male
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 114 55 83 160 184 120 43 179 60 1000 2172
2 Assam 28 18 106 250 151 186 27 194 42 1000 879
3 Bihar 60 91 104 180 247 137 27 124 29 1000 3735
4 Chhatisgarh 74 67 110 212 136 148 25 137 91 1000 1293
5 Delhi 89 133 189 231 66 112 3 154 23 1000 814
6 Goa 16 31 62 158 214 213 57 170 78 1000 319
7 Gujarat 91 83 119 234 192 88 21 133 40 1000 1125
8 Haryana 60 65 144 208 187 149 46 112 27 1000 2198
9 Himachal Pradesh 12 45 95 132 211 216 67 145 77 1000 934
10 Jammu & Kashmir 242 34 229 90 149 73 16 108 58 1000 786
11 Jharkhand 30 27 115 247 201 147 46 167 21 1000 1211
12 Karnataka 132 98 99 179 198 109 67 107 9 1000 2832
13 Kerala 21 88 155 326 164 91 32 79 44 1000 817
14 Madhya Pradesh 124 105 143 190 141 123 13 110 51 1000 3192
15 Maharashtra 51 38 114 175 244 161 31 143 43 1000 2564
16 Meghalaya 41 196 226 240 173 78 0 28 18 1000 136
17 Orissa 68 73 124 168 194 110 33 192 39 1000 3270
18 Punjab 107 54 122 157 228 184 35 54 60 1000 1828
19 Rajasthan 75 73 145 186 154 122 18 157 70 1000 3911
20 Sikkim 22 44 112 128 215 297 5 134 44 1000 240
21 Tamil Nadu 89 82 130 190 200 117 46 106 40 1000 3139
22 Uttaranchal 100 68 150 206 131 127 18 112 88 1000 1306
23 Uttar Pradesh 165 124 161 153 129 115 8 98 46 1000 8539
24 West Bengal 51 82 191 214 140 111 16 150 45 1000 1542
25 Chandigarh 109 26 141 164 149 112 30 191 79 1000 219
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli
27 Daman & Diu 69 35 148 151 183 292 50 73 0 1000 210
28 Pondicherry 34 55 98 173 201 158 49 175 56 1000 82
Overall 92 82 137 192 174 125 27 128 44 1000 49293
75
Table (6.8) : Per 1000 distribution of number of persons of age 7 years & above by level of general education for each State/UT surveyed
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Not
literate
Below
primary
Primary Middle Secondary
Higher
secondary
Diploma Graduate
PG &
above
All
Sample
persons
Urban female
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 257 80 103 147 174 100 21 91 27 1000 2170
2 Assam 58 45 143 242 179 179 15 125 14 1000 893
3 Bihar 140 135 105 222 230 98 7 55 8 1000 3071
4 Chhatisgarh 196 101 148 178 128 109 16 92 33 1000 1190
5 Delhi 204 166 63 179 136 135 1 76 41 1000 629
6 Goa 77 21 79 131 253 207 6 181 45 1000 288
7 Gujarat 178 74 159 186 150 99 12 105 37 1000 1113
8 Haryana 201 99 160 179 122 102 26 79 32 1000 1930
9 Himachal Pradesh 52 80 100 173 250 166 29 90 60 1000 929
10 Jammu & Kashmir 365 13 313 67 99 75 15 45 8 1000 774
11 Jharkhand 137 47 109 255 173 123 5 132 18 1000 1018
12 Karnataka 240 80 109 209 152 105 42 55 8 1000 2625
13 Kerala 69 63 173 263 165 97 39 102 29 1000 890
14 Madhya Pradesh 220 92 157 187 121 96 6 89 33 1000 2921
15 Maharashtra 109 47 118 218 173 163 7 108 56 1000 2489
16 Meghalaya 108 182 275 183 127 57 25 30 12 1000 153
17 Orissa 140 74 197 162 186 100 21 104 16 1000 2994
18 Punjab 220 63 137 160 150 81 24 88 76 1000 1710
19 Rajasthan 220 126 175 172 100 87 8 79 33 1000 3516
20 Sikkim 66 57 162 144 216 192 1 147 14 1000 219
21 Tamil Nadu 196 73 139 191 162 99 22 82 37 1000 3204
22 Uttaranchal 174 74 141 181 112 120 6 100 92 1000 1172
23 Uttar Pradesh 310 125 144 128 101 77 5 78 32 1000 7728
24 West Bengal 120 94 215 214 124 95 3 109 27 1000 1483
25 Chandigarh 176 43 156 134 98 88 0 190 114 1000 206
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli
27 Daman & Diu 132 43 203 245 187 94 62 33 0 1000 199
28 Pondicherry 106 61 80 246 133 251 22 49 50 1000 93
Overall 192 89 145 186 145 106 14 90 35 1000 45607
76
Table (6.9) : Per 1000 distribution of number of persons of age 7 years & above by level of general education for each State/UT surveyed
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Not
literate
Below
primary
Primary Middle Secondary
Higher
secondary
Diploma Graduate
PG &
above
All
Sample
persons
Rural + Urban
Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
1 Andhra Pradesh 583 279 432 721 351 538 699 336 519 551 266 410 472 3321
2 Assam 583 90 345 742 126 452 722 120 443 547 83 321 145 1858
3 Bihar 445 48 258 630 71 373 618 67 368 404 43 235 95 4385
4 Chhatisgarh 611 317 467 769 425 604 761 412 594 569 291 432 499 2114
5 Delhi 552 69 331 802 98 472 785 87 445 509 63 306 105 1125
6 Goa 492 140 320 622 182 401 568 156 364 464 135 305 271 351
7 Gujarat 569 211 391 747 270 508 721 258 489 514 199 361 365 3411
8 Haryana 485 59 288 657 79 384 634 73 369 452 56 270 105 2589
9 Himachal Pradesh 493 140 320 650 168 406 618 167 392 466 130 300 272 1286
10 Jammu & Kashmir 497 47 283 668 67 381 656 61 374 467 44 265 85 1155
11 Jharkhand 449 120 290 596 166 390 596 160 386 407 110 264 251 1851
12 Karnataka 600 256 434 773 326 553 754 309 535 570 242 411 399 4732
13 Kerala 496 132 309 692 175 419 625 157 378 462 122 287 280 1463
14 Madhya Pradesh 546 171 368 718 219 483 707 218 477 506 157 340 282 4616
15 Maharashtra 574 296 440 744 379 567 709 356 536 530 277 409 482 5230
16 Meghalaya 452 342 400 637 483 565 609 483 551 412 306 361 679 283
17 Orissa 558 89 330 740 122 442 699 110 415 521 83 308 151 4201
18 Punjab 511 71 307 646 95 390 621 85 371 485 67 291 120 2429
19 Rajasthan 485 149 329 681 200 453 656 191 436 451 138 305 265 4988
20 Sikkim 540 334 445 664 439 561 649 422 546 525 316 427 533 366
21 Tamil Nadu 618 273 447 770 341 552 745 323 532 581 257 420 439 5515
22 Uttaranchal 458 134 297 629 174 400 604 166 380 420 124 274 289 1685
23 Uttar Pradesh 493 45 286 691 58 393 686 59 393 451 41 261 79 10595
24 West Bengal 587 110 358 768 141 462 721 132 437 554 102 335 173 2581
25 Chandigarh 544 74 320 699 109 412 662 92 393 501 69 296 124 282
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 545 84 321 756 97 421 709 100 399 509 80 303 146 227
28 Pondicherry 435 60 230 614 85 322 546 71 279 411 58 220 167 82
Overall 534 151 351 712 199 465 690 191 450 495 140 325 259 72744
305443 78996 384439 276864 71964 348829 303573 77621 381194 305443 78996 384439 X X
77
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Table (7.1) : Worker Population Ratio (WPR) by different age groups (in Per 1000 )
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
5 years & above 15-59 years 15 years & above All ages
Sample
persons
Sex ratio of
employed
persons
Rural
Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
1 Andhra Pradesh 594 332 464 727 416 573 714 399 558 558 315 438 549 1771
2 Assam 588 89 348 744 125 457 729 120 450 550 82 323 140 1272
3 Bihar 446 48 258 626 72 372 617 68 368 403 44 234 97 2585
4 Chhatisgarh 622 362 493 778 491 640 777 475 632 576 329 453 569 1236
5 Delhi 489 73 301 699 102 416 654 89 385 451 70 281 124 567
6 Goa 416 134 278 522 165 338 473 149 313 406 130 270 309 134
7 Gujarat 567 262 417 766 343 553 746 317 528 523 246 388 447 2553
8 Haryana 497 56 292 679 76 396 650 70 376 461 52 272 97 1357
9 Himachal Pradesh 493 145 323 653 174 411 621 174 397 465 135 302 281 733
10 Jammu & Kashmir 503 56 296 663 78 384 653 70 378 471 53 277 97 700
11 Jharkhand 448 123 289 597 171 391 599 166 390 404 112 262 262 1187
12 Karnataka 607 299 459 781 384 586 765 361 567 576 281 434 454 2676
13 Kerala 499 130 312 680 166 412 619 157 380 468 120 289 270 864
14 Madhya Pradesh 560 190 385 735 241 504 728 243 502 515 174 354 303 2495
15 Maharashtra 589 376 487 757 494 632 738 464 605 541 349 449 591 3348
16 Meghalaya 457 402 432 640 595 620 605 589 598 419 359 391 734 185
17 Orissa 567 94 335 755 131 452 715 117 425 529 87 312 159 2185
18 Punjab 532 48 309 674 63 388 646 56 370 501 45 291 78 1254
19 Rajasthan 473 174 334 672 235 464 648 224 447 440 159 309 316 2638
20 Sikkim 551 372 468 677 495 595 661 480 580 539 349 449 580 214
21 Tamil Nadu 628 307 469 767 383 573 758 365 561 585 287 437 484 2948
22 Uttaranchal 430 150 290 609 199 399 581 189 377 391 139 266 352 837
23 Uttar Pradesh 492 44 286 691 57 394 689 58 395 451 40 261 77 5674
24 West Bengal 582 102 352 767 131 458 736 125 442 546 94 328 161 1468
25 Chandigarh 558 16 331 723 21 412 702 18 397 517 15 306 21 157
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 592 98 349 749 109 427 751 117 428 560 95 333 161 99
28 Pondicherry 244 86 160 319 110 204 295 102 191 229 82 151 405 39
Overall 533 163 356 711 217 474 696 209 463 492 150 329 278 41199
224388 62490 286878 201167 56533 257700 222750 61221 283972 224388 62490 286878 X X
78
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample
persons
Table (7.2) : Worker Population Ratio by different age groups (in Per 1000 )
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
5 years & above 15-59 years 15 years & above All ages
Sex ratio
of
employed
persons
Urban
Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
1 Andhra Pradesh 549 119 335 701 157 432 653 143 400 528 114 321 215 1550
2 Assam 537 99 312 719 128 402 661 121 384 516 94 299 193 586
3 Bihar 436 41 258 667 60 384 630 56 367 410 37 241 76 1800
4 Chhatisgarh 558 83 335 724 107 432 687 101 411 533 80 322 131 878
5 Delhi 557 68 333 809 98 475 795 86 449 513 63 307 104 558
6 Goa 558 145 356 708 197 457 651 162 408 510 139 334 247 217
7 Gujarat 571 141 355 722 174 448 688 176 436 501 133 324 247 858
8 Haryana 465 65 280 619 84 364 607 79 356 438 62 266 120 1232
9 Himachal Pradesh 492 85 290 620 107 364 594 100 347 475 81 279 169 553
10 Jammu & Kashmir 473 11 232 694 18 365 671 17 351 449 10 217 25 455
11 Jharkhand 452 103 295 593 133 381 576 123 362 425 96 276 187 664
12 Karnataka 584 164 378 757 202 483 730 200 466 555 157 361 271 2056
13 Kerala 488 136 303 722 196 438 639 157 372 446 127 281 307 599
14 Madhya Pradesh 505 116 317 669 157 423 647 150 409 477 108 298 215 2121
15 Maharashtra 548 162 360 722 205 466 661 188 426 511 154 338 281 1882
16 Meghalaya 431 170 292 624 204 384 624 219 395 386 154 262 454 98
17 Orissa 504 58 299 655 70 383 611 68 360 474 55 283 98 2016
18 Punjab 480 103 304 608 141 393 584 128 373 462 99 292 189 1175
19 Rajasthan 523 66 311 707 86 416 678 83 398 488 63 292 110 2350
20 Sikkim 505 207 365 622 267 452 609 244 436 480 201 351 359 152
21 Tamil Nadu 605 226 415 773 282 524 727 265 493 575 215 395 373 2567
22 Uttaranchal 556 71 323 690 90 405 675 84 388 522 67 304 119 848
23 Uttar Pradesh 494 48 285 688 63 392 676 62 385 453 44 262 86 4921
24 West Bengal 599 124 369 771 159 468 695 144 430 569 117 350 194 1113
25 Chandigarh 542 82 318 694 123 413 655 103 392 499 76 295 143 125
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 500 69 293 763 85 415 667 82 369 461 66 274 128 128
28 Pondicherry 576 42 280 853 64 417 746 50 343 548 41 269 92 43
Overall 538 118 335 714 153 440 676 144 417 503 111 314 204 31545
81055 16507 97561 75697 15432 91129 80823 16399 97222 81055 16507 97561 X X
79
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Table (7.3) : Worker Population Ratio by different age groups (in Per 1000 )
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
5 years & above 15-59 years 15 years & above All ages
Sample
persons
Sex ratio
of
employed
persons
Rural + Urban
Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
1 Andhra Pradesh 630 305 469 780 384 584 753 366 562 595 290 444 477 3321
2 Assam 615 102 367 786 142 483 762 135 471 577 94 341 154 1858
3 Bihar 525 69 310 744 101 449 724 97 440 476 62 282 116 4385
4 Chhatisgarh 635 325 483 800 436 625 791 421 614 592 299 447 492 2114
5 Delhi 558 70 335 811 101 477 793 89 450 514 65 309 106 1125
6 Goa 620 263 446 787 331 558 715 294 506 583 253 424 405 351
7 Gujarat 625 242 435 817 310 563 792 295 543 565 228 402 380 3411
8 Haryana 522 75 315 705 102 420 682 94 404 487 71 296 125 2589
9 Himachal Pradesh 526 147 341 698 175 434 660 175 417 497 136 319 267 1286
10 Jammu & Kashmir 521 51 298 703 71 401 687 65 392 489 48 279 89 1155
11 Jharkhand 576 208 398 770 283 536 762 276 528 523 190 362 338 1851
12 Karnataka 616 267 447 795 339 571 773 322 552 585 252 424 404 4732
13 Kerala 537 166 347 748 224 472 677 197 424 500 154 322 326 1463
14 Madhya Pradesh 584 194 399 771 253 526 756 249 518 541 179 369 300 4616
15 Maharashtra 601 325 467 778 415 602 741 390 570 555 304 434 505 5230
16 Meghalaya 520 377 452 726 535 636 701 533 623 475 337 409 651 283
17 Orissa 608 108 365 803 147 487 759 133 457 569 100 341 167 4201
18 Punjab 569 83 344 724 112 440 691 100 415 541 79 326 127 2429
19 Rajasthan 551 229 401 770 312 553 742 295 530 512 211 372 359 4988
20 Sikkim 567 368 475 697 485 600 678 464 581 551 348 456 559 366
21 Tamil Nadu 647 301 475 806 374 587 779 354 565 608 283 446 462 5515
22 Uttaranchal 485 140 314 665 181 421 639 174 401 444 130 289 286 1685
23 Uttar Pradesh 531 55 311 745 72 429 740 71 427 487 50 284 89 10595
24 West Bengal 634 147 400 828 190 516 776 176 487 598 136 374 214 2581
25 Chandigarh 554 78 327 713 114 422 674 97 401 510 73 303 128 282
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 574 91 339 800 107 448 747 109 422 537 87 321 151 227
28 Pondicherry 471 115 277 661 162 385 592 135 335 446 111 264 294 82
Overall 580 176 387 773 234 513 748 223 496 538 163 359 279 72744
331705 92517 424221 300790 84578 385367 329037 90856 419893 331705 92517 424221 X X
80
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Table (8.1) : Labour Force Participation Rate (LFPR) by different age groups (in Per 1000 )
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
5 years & above 15-59 years 15 years & above All ages
Sample
persons
Sex ratio
of labour
force
Rural
Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
1 Andhra Pradesh 648 360 505 795 452 625 776 433 606 608 341 476 546 1771
2 Assam 619 99 369 786 139 486 767 133 477 579 91 342 147 1272
3 Bihar 532 71 314 749 105 454 731 101 445 481 64 284 119 2585
4 Chhatisgarh 641 370 507 802 503 658 800 485 649 594 336 465 564 1236
5 Delhi 507 82 315 727 115 437 679 100 403 468 79 295 135 567
6 Goa 620 287 457 779 352 559 704 318 513 605 277 443 443 134
7 Gujarat 634 292 465 849 380 613 832 353 589 585 275 434 446 2553
8 Haryana 532 71 318 725 98 431 697 89 410 494 66 297 115 1357
9 Himachal Pradesh 527 150 343 703 179 438 664 179 421 497 139 321 272 733
10 Jammu & Kashmir 526 62 311 698 82 405 684 74 397 493 58 291 102 700
11 Jharkhand 594 223 412 796 307 560 789 301 553 536 202 373 359 1187
12 Karnataka 622 308 471 800 396 602 782 373 582 590 291 446 458 2676
13 Kerala 542 165 350 737 216 465 672 198 427 508 152 325 315 864
14 Madhya Pradesh 594 212 414 781 274 543 771 273 539 546 195 380 320 2495
15 Maharashtra 613 397 509 787 523 661 766 490 633 563 369 470 600 3348
16 Meghalaya 533 449 495 735 668 705 705 658 685 489 401 448 703 185
17 Orissa 617 111 369 816 153 495 774 138 465 576 103 343 173 2185
18 Punjab 570 55 333 724 72 419 691 64 398 537 52 313 83 1254
19 Rajasthan 550 272 421 778 374 585 750 354 562 510 250 389 428 2638
20 Sikkim 570 399 491 699 534 625 680 515 607 558 375 472 600 214
21 Tamil Nadu 664 345 505 811 426 616 799 408 603 619 322 471 515 2948
22 Uttaranchal 460 156 308 649 205 421 621 196 400 418 144 282 342 837
23 Uttar Pradesh 533 54 312 749 70 430 746 70 431 488 49 285 86 5674
24 West Bengal 631 154 403 832 200 526 795 188 503 592 142 375 223 1468
25 Chandigarh 602 41 367 785 52 461 757 45 439 557 37 339 48 157
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 637 104 374 813 117 463 807 124 459 602 101 358 159 99
28 Pondicherry 285 135 205 375 172 264 344 160 245 267 129 194 543 39
Overall 583 191 396 778 256 528 759 245 514 539 176 365 299 41199
245507 73338 318846 220284 66634 286918 243161 71809 314970 245507 73338 318846 X X
81
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Table (8.2) : Labour Force Participation Rate(LFPR) by different age groups (in Per 1000 )
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
5 years & above 15-59 years 15 years & above All ages
Sample
persons
Sex ratio
of labour
force
Urban
Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
1 Andhra Pradesh 575 137 357 736 180 461 685 164 427 554 131 343 236 1550
2 Assam 583 125 348 784 163 451 716 153 427 560 118 333 224 586
3 Bihar 460 46 274 704 69 407 664 65 389 432 43 255 82 1800
4 Chhatisgarh 608 89 365 792 116 472 748 109 447 581 86 350 130 878
5 Delhi 562 70 336 817 100 480 802 88 453 518 64 310 105 558
6 Goa 620 243 436 794 312 557 724 273 500 566 233 408 372 217
7 Gujarat 613 173 392 775 216 497 739 215 482 538 164 358 283 858
8 Haryana 503 83 309 672 107 403 656 101 393 475 80 294 142 1232
9 Himachal Pradesh 514 111 314 650 140 395 620 130 375 496 106 303 211 553
10 Jammu & Kashmir 495 12 244 727 21 383 702 20 368 470 12 228 27 455
11 Jharkhand 475 108 310 623 140 400 605 129 381 446 101 290 187 664
12 Karnataka 603 176 394 784 218 504 754 213 485 574 169 376 281 2056
13 Kerala 526 168 339 778 243 490 689 195 415 482 158 314 353 599
14 Madhya Pradesh 557 143 357 741 195 479 714 185 460 527 133 336 239 2121
15 Maharashtra 580 203 396 764 251 510 701 235 469 542 192 373 332 1882
16 Meghalaya 472 171 311 687 206 411 683 220 421 423 155 280 417 98
17 Orissa 561 87 343 729 109 441 677 102 411 527 83 325 131 2016
18 Punjab 568 123 359 725 169 469 691 153 441 546 118 346 190 1175
19 Rajasthan 554 82 335 747 108 447 716 103 428 517 78 314 129 2350
20 Sikkim 554 261 417 690 337 520 668 308 498 527 254 401 413 152
21 Tamil Nadu 623 239 432 799 301 546 749 280 512 593 227 410 383 2567
22 Uttaranchal 573 79 336 711 99 420 695 93 402 538 74 315 127 848
23 Uttar Pradesh 524 59 306 728 78 421 715 77 412 480 54 281 100 4921
24 West Bengal 639 134 394 819 172 498 741 155 459 608 126 374 196 1113
25 Chandigarh 545 83 320 699 124 416 660 105 395 502 77 297 144 125
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 514 78 305 786 97 432 686 93 384 475 74 285 141 128
28 Pondicherry 609 101 327 893 153 484 788 119 401 580 98 314 207 43
Overall 572 137 362 760 178 476 718 167 450 534 129 340 222 31545
86197 19178 105375 80506 17944 98450 85876 19047 104923 86197 19178 105375 X X
82
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Table (8.3) : Labour Force Participation Rate (LFPR) by different age groups (in Per 1000 )
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
5 years & above 15-59 years 15 years & above All ages
Sample
persons
Sex ratio
of labour
force
Rural + Urban
Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
1 Andhra Pradesh 73 83 76 75 84 78 71 83 75 73 83 76 538 3321
2 Assam 53 111 61 56 115 64 52 113 60 53 111 61 325 1858
3 Bihar 152 306 168 154 301 170 147 309 164 152 306 168 234 4385
4 Chhatisgarh 39 24 34 40 26 35 38 24 34 39 24 34 301 2114
5 Delhi 6 26 8 6 23 8 6 23 7 6 26 8 476 1125
6 Goa 206 468 281 209 451 282 206 469 281 206 468 281 922 351
7 Gujarat 90 126 100 85 125 96 89 125 99 90 126 100 536 3411
8 Haryana 70 218 87 68 221 86 70 217 86 70 218 87 386 2589
9 Himachal Pradesh 63 45 59 69 45 64 63 45 59 63 45 59 192 1286
10 Jammu & Kashmir 45 89 49 50 61 51 45 61 47 45 89 49 175 1155
11 Jharkhand 224 422 274 229 413 276 221 420 271 224 422 274 637 1851
12 Karnataka 25 39 29 26 39 30 24 38 28 25 39 29 626 4732
13 Kerala 75 205 107 74 219 110 75 205 107 75 205 107 891 1463
14 Madhya Pradesh 66 122 79 68 134 83 65 125 79 66 122 79 558 4616
15 Maharashtra 45 88 60 45 86 58 44 88 59 45 88 60 980 5230
16 Meghalaya 132 94 117 123 97 113 132 94 117 132 94 117 462 283
17 Orissa 83 173 96 79 169 92 79 171 92 83 173 96 350 4201
18 Punjab 101 141 105 106 142 111 101 140 105 101 141 105 177 2429
19 Rajasthan 119 349 180 116 358 181 116 351 178 119 349 180 1049 4988
20 Sikkim 47 91 63 47 97 65 42 91 60 47 91 63 1081 366
21 Tamil Nadu 45 91 60 46 86 59 44 89 58 45 91 60 930 5515
22 Uttaranchal 52 40 49 49 34 46 52 40 49 52 40 49 220 1685
23 Uttar Pradesh 73 179 82 73 190 82 72 176 80 73 179 82 217 10595
24 West Bengal 83 257 113 81 263 114 80 256 111 83 257 113 662 2581
25 Chandigarh 13 41 16 15 42 19 13 41 16 13 41 16 416 282
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 48 81 53 53 96 58 48 81 53 48 81 53 252 227
28 Pondicherry 77 476 168 71 476 165 77 476 168 77 476 168 1812 82
Overall 80 146 94 80 149 95 78 145 93 80 146 94 510 72744
26464 13499 39963 24105 12594 36700 25668 13214 38882 26464 13499 39963 X X
83
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Table (9.1) : Unemployment Rate (UR) by different age groups (in Per 1000 )
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
5 years & above 15-59 years 15 years & above All ages
Sample
persons
Sex ratio
of un-
employed
Rural
Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
1 Andhra Pradesh 82 78 81 85 79 83 80 78 79 82 78 81 514 1771
2 Assam 51 97 57 53 100 59 50 98 56 51 97 57 281 1272
3 Bihar 161 318 178 165 314 180 156 322 173 161 318 178 235 2585
4 Chhatisgarh 30 21 27 31 23 28 30 21 27 30 21 27 399 1236
5 Delhi 36 113 45 38 113 47 36 113 45 36 113 45 427 567
6 Goa 328 531 391 330 531 395 328 531 391 328 531 391 717 134
7 Gujarat 105 102 104 98 95 97 104 101 103 105 102 104 432 2553
8 Haryana 67 215 82 62 222 80 67 217 82 67 215 82 371 1357
9 Himachal Pradesh 65 32 58 71 30 62 65 32 58 65 32 58 133 733
10 Jammu & Kashmir 45 86 49 50 56 51 45 56 46 45 86 49 194 700
11 Jharkhand 245 449 299 250 441 301 241 447 295 245 449 299 659 1187
12 Karnataka 23 31 25 24 31 26 21 32 25 23 31 25 627 2676
13 Kerala 77 210 109 76 232 113 77 210 109 77 210 109 863 864
14 Madhya Pradesh 57 106 69 59 118 73 56 109 69 57 106 69 600 2495
15 Maharashtra 40 53 45 39 55 45 38 54 44 40 53 45 806 3348
16 Meghalaya 142 105 127 129 109 121 142 105 127 142 105 127 522 185
17 Orissa 80 155 91 75 147 86 76 151 87 80 155 91 334 2185
18 Punjab 65 127 70 68 128 73 65 123 69 65 127 70 162 1254
19 Rajasthan 139 362 206 135 372 207 135 365 204 139 362 206 1118 2638
20 Sikkim 35 68 47 32 73 48 29 68 44 35 68 47 1173 214
21 Tamil Nadu 55 109 74 55 100 71 53 107 71 55 109 74 1019 2948
22 Uttaranchal 61 34 54 58 27 50 61 34 54 61 34 54 191 837
23 Uttar Pradesh 77 178 85 77 189 86 77 173 84 77 178 85 199 5674
24 West Bengal 91 341 136 90 352 139 87 342 133 91 341 136 837 1468
25 Chandigarh 71 596 95 78 596 104 71 596 95 71 596 95 407 157
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 70 56 68 79 69 77 70 56 68 70 56 68 128 99
28 Pondicherry 144 362 221 149 362 226 144 362 221 144 362 221 1365 39
Overall 87 148 101 88 152 103 85 148 99 87 148 101 508 41199
21366 10862 32228 19336 10115 29451 20659 10600 31259 21366 10862 32228 X X
84
Table (9.2) : Unemployment Rate (UR) by different age groups (in Per 1000 )
Sex ratio
of un-
employed
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
5 years & above 15-59 years 15 years & above All ages
Sample
persons
Urban
Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
1 Andhra Pradesh 41 124 57 42 125 58 41 124 57 41 124 57 708 1550
2 Assam 76 207 100 80 212 106 73 207 98 76 207 100 614 586
3 Bihar 51 126 57 52 125 57 51 125 57 51 126 57 203 1800
4 Chhatisgarh 82 75 81 85 78 84 81 75 81 82 75 81 119 878
5 Delhi 4 19 5 4 16 5 4 16 5 4 19 5 505 558
6 Goa 100 404 183 109 368 180 100 405 183 100 404 183 1497 217
7 Gujarat 66 183 92 67 196 95 66 182 91 66 183 92 782 858
8 Haryana 77 221 95 79 219 97 76 217 93 77 221 95 411 1232
9 Himachal Pradesh 43 236 77 46 234 79 43 226 75 43 236 77 1160 553
10 Jammu & Kashmir 46 138 49 47 141 49 46 138 48 46 138 49 82 455
11 Jharkhand 74 47 69 75 48 71 74 47 69 74 47 69 119 664
12 Karnataka 30 66 38 31 69 39 29 62 37 30 66 38 624 2056
13 Kerala 70 193 102 70 194 103 70 193 102 70 193 102 969 599
14 Madhya Pradesh 94 187 112 96 198 116 93 190 112 94 187 112 477 2121
15 Maharashtra 56 202 92 55 183 86 56 202 92 56 202 92 1203 1882
16 Meghalaya 86 5 62 92 6 67 86 5 62 86 5 62 25 98
17 Orissa 100 330 127 102 352 130 97 334 124 100 330 127 433 2016
18 Punjab 152 149 152 159 151 158 153 150 152 152 149 152 186 1175
19 Rajasthan 54 194 70 52 201 69 51 195 67 54 194 70 462 2350
20 Sikkim 90 208 124 98 209 132 89 208 124 90 208 124 957 152
21 Tamil Nadu 30 54 37 32 59 39 30 54 37 30 54 37 684 2567
22 Uttaranchal 25 82 31 25 82 31 25 83 31 25 82 31 423 848
23 Uttar Pradesh 57 186 69 55 194 68 54 188 66 57 186 69 324 4921
24 West Bengal 68 73 68 63 75 65 67 73 68 68 73 68 211 1113
25 Chandigarh 1 5 2 2 5 2 1 5 2 1 5 2 501 125
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 23 115 34 24 129 36 23 115 34 23 115 34 707 128
28 Pondicherry 54 580 144 45 580 138 54 580 144 54 580 144 2224 43
Overall 59 138 73 59 138 74 58 137 73 59 138 73 517 31545
5098 2637 7736 4770 2479 7249 5010 2613 7623 5098 2637 7736 X X
85
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Sex ratio
of un-
employed
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Table (9.3) : Unemployment Rate by different age groups (in Per 1000 )
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
5 years & above 15-59 years 15 years & above All ages
Sample
persons
Rural + Urban
Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
1 Andhra Pradesh 47 25 36 59 33 46 55 31 43 44 24 34 3321
2 Assam 33 11 22 44 16 31 40 15 28 31 10 21 1858
3 Bihar 80 21 52 115 31 76 107 30 72 72 19 47 4385
4 Chhatisgarh 24 8 16 31 11 22 30 10 20 23 7 15 2114
5 Delhi 6 2 4 9 2 6 8 2 5 5 2 4 1125
6 Goa 127 123 125 165 149 157 147 138 142 120 119 119 351
7 Gujarat 57 31 44 71 39 55 71 37 54 51 29 40 3411
8 Haryana 37 16 27 49 23 36 48 20 35 34 16 26 2589
9 Himachal Pradesh 33 7 20 48 8 28 42 8 25 31 6 19 1286
10 Jammu & Kashmir 24 5 15 35 4 20 31 4 18 22 4 14 1155
11 Jharkhand 127 88 108 174 117 146 166 116 142 116 80 98 1851
12 Karnataka 16 11 14 22 14 18 19 13 16 15 10 13 4732
13 Kerala 41 34 38 57 49 53 52 41 46 38 32 35 1463
14 Madhya Pradesh 38 24 31 52 34 44 49 31 41 36 22 29 4616
15 Maharashtra 27 29 28 35 36 35 33 35 34 25 27 26 5230
16 Meghalaya 69 35 53 89 52 72 93 50 73 63 32 48 283
17 Orissa 50 19 35 63 25 45 60 23 42 47 17 33 4201
18 Punjab 58 12 37 78 17 49 70 15 44 55 12 35 2429
19 Rajasthan 66 80 72 90 112 100 86 104 94 61 74 67 4988
20 Sikkim 27 33 30 33 47 39 29 42 35 26 32 29 366
21 Tamil Nadu 29 28 28 36 33 34 33 32 33 27 26 26 5515
22 Uttaranchal 27 6 17 35 7 21 35 8 21 25 6 15 1685
23 Uttar Pradesh 39 10 25 54 14 35 53 13 34 36 9 23 10595
24 West Bengal 46 37 42 59 49 54 55 44 50 44 34 39 2581
25 Chandigarh 10 4 7 14 5 10 12 5 8 9 4 6 282
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 29 7 18 44 10 27 38 9 23 27 7 17 227
28 Pondicherry 36 55 46 47 77 64 46 65 56 34 53 44 82
Overall 46 26 36 61 35 49 58 33 46 43 24 34 72744
86
Table (10.1) : Proportion unemployed by different age groups (in Per 1000 )
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
5 years & above 15-59 years 15 years & above All ages
Sample
persons
Rural
Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
1 Andhra Pradesh 53 28 41 68 36 52 62 34 48 50 26 38 1771
2 Assam 31 10 21 42 14 29 38 13 27 29 9 19 1272
3 Bihar 85 22 56 123 33 82 114 32 77 77 20 50 2585
4 Chhatisgarh 19 8 13 24 11 18 23 10 17 17 7 12 1236
5 Delhi 18 9 14 28 13 21 24 11 18 17 9 13 567
6 Goa 203 152 178 257 187 221 231 169 201 199 147 173 134
7 Gujarat 67 30 49 83 37 60 87 36 61 61 28 45 2553
8 Haryana 36 15 26 46 22 35 47 19 34 33 14 25 1357
9 Himachal Pradesh 34 5 20 50 5 27 43 6 24 32 4 19 733
10 Jammu & Kashmir 24 5 15 35 5 21 31 4 18 22 5 14 700
11 Jharkhand 145 100 123 199 135 168 190 134 163 131 91 111 1187
12 Karnataka 15 10 12 19 13 16 17 12 15 14 9 12 2676
13 Kerala 42 35 39 57 50 53 53 42 47 40 32 36 864
14 Madhya Pradesh 34 23 28 46 32 39 43 30 37 31 21 26 2495
15 Maharashtra 24 21 23 30 29 30 28 26 27 22 20 21 3348
16 Meghalaya 76 47 63 95 73 85 100 69 87 69 42 57 185
17 Orissa 49 17 34 61 23 43 59 21 40 46 16 31 2185
18 Punjab 38 7 24 50 9 31 45 8 28 35 7 22 1254
19 Rajasthan 76 99 87 105 139 121 102 129 115 71 91 80 2638
20 Sikkim 20 27 23 22 39 30 20 35 26 19 25 22 214
21 Tamil Nadu 36 38 37 43 43 43 41 44 42 33 35 34 2948
22 Uttaranchal 30 6 18 40 6 23 40 7 23 27 5 16 837
23 Uttar Pradesh 41 10 26 58 13 37 57 12 36 37 9 24 5674
24 West Bengal 50 51 51 66 69 67 59 63 61 47 47 47 1468
25 Chandigarh 44 25 36 62 32 49 55 28 43 41 23 33 157
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 44 6 25 64 8 36 56 7 31 42 6 24 99
28 Pondicherry 41 49 45 56 62 59 50 58 54 39 47 43 39
Overall 50 28 40 68 39 54 64 36 51 46 26 37 41199
87
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Table (10.2) : Proportion unemployed by different age groups (in Per 1000 )
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
5 years & above 15-59 years 15 years & above All ages
Sample
persons
Urban
Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person Male Female Person
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
1 Andhra Pradesh 27 18 22 35 24 29 32 22 27 26 17 21 1550
2 Assam 46 26 36 65 35 49 55 32 43 44 25 34 586
3 Bihar 24 6 16 37 9 24 34 8 22 22 5 15 1800
4 Chhatisgarh 50 7 30 67 9 40 61 8 36 48 6 28 878
5 Delhi 5 1 3 8 2 5 7 1 4 5 1 3 558
6 Goa 62 98 80 87 115 101 73 110 91 57 94 75 217
7 Gujarat 42 32 37 54 43 48 51 40 45 37 30 34 858
8 Haryana 39 18 29 53 24 39 50 22 37 36 18 28 1232
9 Himachal Pradesh 22 26 24 30 33 31 27 29 28 21 25 23 553
10 Jammu & Kashmir 22 2 11 33 3 18 31 3 17 21 1 11 455
11 Jharkhand 23 5 15 30 7 19 29 6 18 21 5 14 664
12 Karnataka 20 12 16 27 16 21 24 14 19 19 12 15 2056
13 Kerala 38 33 35 56 48 52 50 38 43 35 31 33 599
14 Madhya Pradesh 53 27 40 71 39 56 66 35 51 50 25 38 2121
15 Maharashtra 33 41 37 42 46 44 39 48 43 30 39 34 1882
16 Meghalaya 40 1 19 63 1 28 59 1 26 36 1 17 98
17 Orissa 56 29 44 74 38 58 66 34 51 53 27 41 2016
18 Punjab 88 20 56 117 27 76 107 25 69 85 19 54 1175
19 Rajasthan 31 16 24 40 22 31 37 20 29 29 15 22 2350
20 Sikkim 50 54 52 67 71 69 59 64 62 47 53 50 152
21 Tamil Nadu 19 13 16 25 18 22 23 15 19 18 13 15 2567
22 Uttaranchal 17 7 12 22 9 16 21 8 15 16 7 12 848
23 Uttar Pradesh 30 11 21 40 15 28 39 14 27 27 10 19 4921
24 West Bengal 40 10 25 48 13 30 46 11 30 38 9 24 1113
25 Chandigarh 4 1 2 5 1 3 4 1 3 3 1 2 125
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 14 9 12 23 13 17 19 11 15 13 9 11 128
28 Pondicherry 33 59 47 40 89 67 43 69 58 31 57 45 43
Overall 34 19 27 45 25 35 42 23 33 32 18 25 31545
88
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Table (10.3) : Proportion unemployed by different age groups (in Per 1000 )
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
5 years & above 15-59 years 15 years & above All ages
Sample
persons
Rural + Urban (ps)
Self employed
Regular wage/
Salaried
Casual labour All
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 Andhra Pradesh 132 54 246 432 36 532 1000
2 Assam 135 51 158 344 22 634 1000
3 Bihar 94 33 131 258 52 690 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 261 59 148 468 16 516 1000
5 Delhi 106 185 40 331 3 666 1000
6 Goa 84 194 42 320 125 555 1000
7 Gujarat 182 80 130 392 43 565 1000
8 Haryana 145 54 88 287 27 686 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 188 83 50 321 20 659 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 128 85 70 283 15 702 1000
11 Jharkhand 159 44 87 290 109 601 1000
12 Karnataka 167 55 211 433 13 554 1000
13 Kerala 86 51 172 309 37 654 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 194 57 117 368 31 601 1000
15 Maharashtra 198 102 139 439 28 533 1000
16 Meghalaya 209 80 112 401 53 546 1000
17 Orissa 119 62 149 330 35 635 1000
18 Punjab 131 63 113 307 36 657 1000
19 Rajasthan 157 43 129 329 72 599 1000
20 Sikkim 254 100 92 446 30 524 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 151 95 200 446 28 526 1000
22 Uttaranchal 171 42 83 296 15 689 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 155 32 99 286 25 689 1000
24 West Bengal 165 68 125 358 45 597 1000
25 Chandigarh 115 141 63 319 5 676 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 149 92 79 320 18 662 1000
28 Pondicherry 59 127 44 230 46 724 1000
Overall 154 59 138 351 36 613 1000
168544 64855 151039 384439 39963 672266 1096668
32020 14394 26330 72744 7159 137515 217418
89
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Table (11.1) : Per 1000 distribution of persons of age 5 years & above by broad usual principal for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Working
Unemployed Not in labour
force
All
Rural + Urban (ps) male
Self employed
Regular wage/
Salaried
Casual labour All
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 Andhra Pradesh 201 85 297 583 46 371 1000
2 Assam 230 76 276 582 33 385 1000
3 Bihar 166 58 222 446 80 474 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 343 83 185 611 25 364 1000
5 Delhi 188 292 73 553 3 444 1000
6 Goa 138 297 57 492 127 381 1000
7 Gujarat 270 126 172 568 56 376 1000
8 Haryana 236 92 157 485 37 478 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 276 134 83 493 33 474 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 223 144 130 497 24 479 1000
11 Jharkhand 248 58 143 449 129 422 1000
12 Karnataka 246 83 271 600 15 385 1000
13 Kerala 145 63 288 496 40 464 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 286 82 177 545 38 417 1000
15 Maharashtra 253 152 169 574 27 399 1000
16 Meghalaya 207 101 144 452 69 479 1000
17 Orissa 213 106 238 557 50 393 1000
18 Punjab 231 89 190 510 57 433 1000
19 Rajasthan 224 69 192 485 66 449 1000
20 Sikkim 299 133 108 540 27 433 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 225 140 254 619 29 352 1000
22 Uttaranchal 241 69 148 458 25 517 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 268 53 171 492 39 469 1000
24 West Bengal 278 97 212 587 53 360 1000
25 Chandigarh 219 205 121 545 7 448 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 264 163 118 545 28 427 1000
28 Pondicherry 126 233 76 435 36 529 1000
Overall 240 90 204 534 46 420 1000
137280 51727 116437 305443 26464 239980 571886
26643 11626 21167 59436 4823 49367 113626
90
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Table (11.2) : Per 1000 distribution of persons of age 5 years & above by broad usual principal for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Working
Unemployed Not in labour
force
All
Rural + Urban (ps) female
Self employed
Regular wage/
Salaried
Casual labour All
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 Andhra Pradesh 63 23 194 280 25 695 1000
2 Assam 34 24 32 90 11 899 1000
3 Bihar 14 5 28 47 21 932 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 175 34 108 317 8 675 1000
5 Delhi 8 58 3 69 2 929 1000
6 Goa 28 86 25 139 123 738 1000
7 Gujarat 92 32 87 211 31 758 1000
8 Haryana 40 10 9 59 16 925 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 96 30 15 141 7 852 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 24 19 4 47 5 948 1000
11 Jharkhand 63 29 28 120 88 792 1000
12 Karnataka 84 26 146 256 10 734 1000
13 Kerala 29 40 63 132 34 834 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 91 28 51 170 24 806 1000
15 Maharashtra 140 49 107 296 29 675 1000
16 Meghalaya 211 56 75 342 35 623 1000
17 Orissa 20 14 55 89 19 892 1000
18 Punjab 14 34 24 72 12 916 1000
19 Rajasthan 79 13 57 149 80 771 1000
20 Sikkim 201 61 73 335 33 632 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 77 51 145 273 27 700 1000
22 Uttaranchal 101 15 18 134 6 860 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 23 8 14 45 10 945 1000
24 West Bengal 43 36 31 110 38 852 1000
25 Chandigarh 2 72 0 74 3 923 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 28 18 38 84 7 909 1000
28 Pondicherry 3 39 18 60 55 885 1000
Overall 60 25 66 151 26 823 1000
31265 13129 34603 78996 13499 432286 524782
5377 2768 5163 13308 2336 88148 103792
91
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Table (11.3) : Per 1000 distribution of persons of age 5 years & above by broad usual principal for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Working
Unemployed Not in labour
force
All
Rural (ps)
Self employed
Regular wage/
Salaried
Casual labour All
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 Andhra Pradesh 144 30 290 464 41 495 1000
2 Assam 136 43 170 349 21 630 1000
3 Bihar 93 30 135 258 56 686 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 285 49 160 494 14 492 1000
5 Delhi 129 121 50 300 14 686 1000
6 Goa 38 175 65 278 178 544 1000
7 Gujarat 204 38 175 417 48 535 1000
8 Haryana 160 37 95 292 26 682 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 195 79 50 324 20 656 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 135 77 83 295 15 690 1000
11 Jharkhand 172 33 84 289 123 588 1000
12 Karnataka 194 34 231 459 12 529 1000
13 Kerala 90 44 177 311 38 651 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 222 43 120 385 28 587 1000
15 Maharashtra 243 52 192 487 23 490 1000
16 Meghalaya 236 65 131 432 63 505 1000
17 Orissa 121 53 161 335 34 631 1000
18 Punjab 143 31 135 309 23 668 1000
19 Rajasthan 165 28 141 334 87 579 1000
20 Sikkim 280 72 116 468 23 509 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 155 67 247 469 37 494 1000
22 Uttaranchal 184 32 75 291 17 692 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 161 27 98 286 27 687 1000
24 West Bengal 159 40 153 352 55 593 1000
25 Chandigarh 203 100 28 331 35 634 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 167 79 103 349 25 626 1000
28 Pondicherry 22 67 71 160 45 795 1000
Overall 163 38 155 356 40 604 1000
131611 30566 124701 286878 32228 486327 805433
20180 5207 15812 41199 4508 72845 118552
92
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Table (11.4) : Per 1000 distribution of persons of age 5 years & above by broad usual principal for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Working
Unemployed Not in labour
force
All
Rural (ps) male
Self employed
Regular wage/
Salaried
Casual labour All
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 Andhra Pradesh 215 42 338 595 53 352 1000
2 Assam 228 64 296 588 31 381 1000
3 Bihar 164 52 230 446 86 468 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 363 63 196 622 19 359 1000
5 Delhi 225 185 80 490 18 492 1000
6 Goa 64 265 87 416 203 381 1000
7 Gujarat 290 56 221 567 67 366 1000
8 Haryana 262 66 169 497 36 467 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 281 129 83 493 34 473 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 226 125 152 503 24 473 1000
11 Jharkhand 269 38 141 448 145 407 1000
12 Karnataka 281 51 275 607 14 379 1000
13 Kerala 153 54 292 499 42 459 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 322 60 178 560 34 406 1000
15 Maharashtra 290 72 226 588 24 388 1000
16 Meghalaya 228 71 158 457 76 467 1000
17 Orissa 217 92 259 568 49 383 1000
18 Punjab 254 46 232 532 37 431 1000
19 Rajasthan 225 44 205 474 76 450 1000
20 Sikkim 309 107 135 551 20 429 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 238 91 299 628 37 335 1000
22 Uttaranchal 246 53 131 430 28 542 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 278 44 170 492 41 467 1000
24 West Bengal 269 52 261 582 57 361 1000
25 Chandigarh 340 170 48 558 43 399 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 291 156 146 593 44 363 1000
28 Pondicherry 46 95 102 243 41 716 1000
Overall 252 57 225 534 51 415 1000
105953 23822 94614 224388 21366 175369 421123
16316 4134 12274 32724 3005 26444 62173
93
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Table (11.5) : Per 1000 distribution of persons of age 5 years & above by broad usual principal for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Working
Unemployed Not in labour
force
All
Rural (ps) female
Self employed
Regular wage/
Salaried
Casual labour All
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 Andhra Pradesh 72 18 242 332 28 640 1000
2 Assam 36 20 33 89 10 901 1000
3 Bihar 14 5 30 49 22 929 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 205 33 123 361 8 631 1000
5 Delhi 14 44 14 72 9 919 1000
6 Goa 11 81 43 135 152 713 1000
7 Gujarat 116 19 127 262 30 708 1000
8 Haryana 43 4 8 55 15 930 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 104 26 16 146 5 849 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 30 22 4 56 5 939 1000
11 Jharkhand 70 28 24 122 100 778 1000
12 Karnataka 99 16 183 298 10 692 1000
13 Kerala 30 34 66 130 35 835 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 110 25 55 190 23 787 1000
15 Maharashtra 192 30 154 376 21 603 1000
16 Meghalaya 246 58 97 401 47 552 1000
17 Orissa 21 12 60 93 17 890 1000
18 Punjab 12 14 22 48 7 945 1000
19 Rajasthan 96 11 67 174 99 727 1000
20 Sikkim 247 32 94 373 27 600 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 71 42 195 308 38 654 1000
22 Uttaranchal 122 10 19 151 5 844 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 24 6 14 44 10 946 1000
24 West Bengal 39 27 36 102 52 846 1000
25 Chandigarh 13 3 0 16 24 960 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 40 0 58 98 6 896 1000
28 Pondicherry 0 42 44 86 49 865 1000
Overall 67 18 78 163 28 809 1000
25658 6744 30088 62490 10862 310958 384309
3864 1073 3538 8475 1503 46401 56379
94
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Table (11.6) : Per 1000 distribution of persons of age 5 years & above by broad usual principal for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Working
Unemployed Not in labour
force
All
Urban (ps)
Self employed
Regular wage/
Salaried
Casual labour All
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 Andhra Pradesh 96 127 111 334 20 646 1000
2 Assam 130 123 59 312 35 653 1000
3 Bihar 109 64 86 259 16 725 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 141 109 86 336 30 634 1000
5 Delhi 104 189 40 333 2 665 1000
6 Goa 124 211 21 356 80 564 1000
7 Gujarat 150 138 67 355 36 609 1000
8 Haryana 120 83 77 280 29 691 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 117 129 44 290 24 686 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 101 115 16 232 12 756 1000
11 Jharkhand 77 113 105 295 21 684 1000
12 Karnataka 110 102 166 378 15 607 1000
13 Kerala 75 68 161 304 35 661 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 113 95 110 318 40 642 1000
15 Maharashtra 123 188 50 361 37 602 1000
16 Meghalaya 117 128 47 292 19 689 1000
17 Orissa 111 116 72 299 43 658 1000
18 Punjab 113 109 81 303 55 642 1000
19 Rajasthan 130 93 88 311 23 666 1000
20 Sikkim 163 192 10 365 52 583 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 147 136 133 416 16 568 1000
22 Uttaranchal 126 82 116 324 10 666 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 129 57 99 285 21 694 1000
24 West Bengal 178 120 71 369 27 604 1000
25 Chandigarh 101 148 69 318 1 681 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 131 105 56 292 10 698 1000
28 Pondicherry 85 170 25 280 47 673 1000
Overall 127 118 90 335 27 638 1000
36933 34290 26338 97561 7736 185939 291236
11840 9187 10518 31545 2651 64670 98866
95
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Table (11.7) : Per 1000 distribution of persons of age 5 years & above by broad usual principal for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Working
Unemployed Not in labour
force
All
Urban (ps) male
Self employed
Regular wage/
Salaried
Casual labour All
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 Andhra Pradesh 159 218 172 549 24 427 1000
2 Assam 247 192 98 537 44 419 1000
3 Bihar 182 106 148 436 24 540 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 248 174 136 558 50 392 1000
5 Delhi 185 299 72 556 2 442 1000
6 Goa 201 325 32 558 62 380 1000
7 Gujarat 241 227 103 571 41 388 1000
8 Haryana 193 137 135 465 39 496 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 218 189 85 492 22 486 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 209 232 32 473 23 504 1000
11 Jharkhand 128 174 150 452 35 513 1000
12 Karnataka 166 155 262 583 18 399 1000
13 Kerala 126 84 278 488 37 475 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 182 148 175 505 52 443 1000
15 Maharashtra 188 290 70 548 32 420 1000
16 Meghalaya 126 218 88 432 40 528 1000
17 Orissa 194 191 120 505 56 439 1000
18 Punjab 199 152 129 480 87 433 1000
19 Rajasthan 222 154 147 523 30 447 1000
20 Sikkim 266 223 16 505 50 445 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 206 208 190 604 19 377 1000
22 Uttaranchal 221 128 207 556 14 430 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 225 94 175 494 30 476 1000
24 West Bengal 297 184 118 599 43 358 1000
25 Chandigarh 198 211 134 543 1 456 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 238 170 92 500 12 488 1000
28 Pondicherry 184 335 57 576 33 391 1000
Overall 208 185 145 538 34 428 1000
31327 27905 21823 81055 5098 64610 150763
10327 7492 8893 26712 1818 22923 51453
96
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Table (11.8) : Per 1000 distribution of persons of age 5 years & above by broad usual principal for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Working
Unemployed Not in labour
force
All
Urban (ps) female
Self employed
Regular wage/
Salaried
Casual labour All
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 Andhra Pradesh 33 36 50 119 17 864 1000
2 Assam 19 56 23 98 26 876 1000
3 Bihar 19 11 10 40 6 954 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 19 35 29 83 7 910 1000
5 Delhi 8 59 2 69 1 930 1000
6 Goa 43 91 10 144 98 758 1000
7 Gujarat 58 51 32 141 32 827 1000
8 Haryana 35 19 11 65 18 917 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 15 67 3 85 26 889 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 2 7 2 11 2 987 1000
11 Jharkhand 14 39 50 103 5 892 1000
12 Karnataka 51 46 67 164 12 824 1000
13 Kerala 28 53 54 135 33 832 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 38 38 40 116 27 857 1000
15 Maharashtra 54 80 28 162 41 797 1000
16 Meghalaya 109 50 12 171 1 828 1000
17 Orissa 14 28 16 58 29 913 1000
18 Punjab 16 61 26 103 18 879 1000
19 Rajasthan 24 22 20 66 16 918 1000
20 Sikkim 46 158 3 207 54 739 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 87 63 76 226 13 761 1000
22 Uttaranchal 23 32 17 72 6 922 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 19 15 14 48 11 941 1000
24 West Bengal 50 52 21 123 10 867 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 82 0 82 0 918 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 16 36 17 69 9 922 1000
28 Pondicherry 5 38 0 43 59 898 1000
Overall 40 45 32 117 19 864 1000
5607 6385 4515 16507 2637 121329 140472
1513 1695 1625 4833 833 41747 47413
97
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Table (11.9) : Per 1000 distribution of persons of age 5 years & above by broad usual principal for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Working
Unemployed Not in labour
force
All
Rural + Urban (ps)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 530 19 63 15 65 89 44 27 52 96 1000
2 Assam 436 18 51 7 56 100 54 35 113 130 1000
3 Bihar 385 23 68 15 70 83 29 24 106 197 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 635 31 37 16 33 65 15 9 92 67 1000
5 Delhi 13 1 150 20 68 266 223 93 155 11 1000
6 Goa 70 48 161 29 25 136 26 38 149 318 1000
7 Gujarat 421 8 100 6 75 94 36 15 112 133 1000
8 Haryana 351 13 70 29 83 116 64 49 130 95 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 435 6 35 32 131 95 38 23 134 71 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 279 9 88 34 119 88 63 8 100 212 1000
11 Jharkhand 484 59 82 16 45 59 27 12 97 119 1000
12 Karnataka 497 17 103 10 82 99 35 27 54 76 1000
13 Kerala 333 6 84 37 104 126 75 56 76 103 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 508 32 47 15 89 73 19 21 85 111 1000
15 Maharashtra 567 12 86 19 30 80 46 35 73 52 1000
16 Meghalaya 659 24 0 11 21 66 46 7 112 54 1000
17 Orissa 442 53 90 16 91 89 46 26 89 58 1000
18 Punjab 329 13 81 39 107 64 24 23 59 261 1000
19 Rajasthan 433 76 69 11 105 80 29 23 76 98 1000
20 Sikkim 276 0 286 1 88 133 54 0 37 125 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 406 8 141 22 82 94 51 29 96 71 1000
22 Uttaranchal 392 14 64 10 105 86 36 19 143 131 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 501 14 68 27 100 66 25 14 61 124 1000
24 West Bengal 351 5 198 17 66 107 57 33 100 66 1000
25 Chandigarh 54 0 159 17 27 169 144 50 269 111 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 372 8 46 39 2 318 63 134 18 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 167 83 113 347 62 38 84 42 64 0 1000
Overall 455 21 89 18 75 88 41 26 84 103 1000
174825 7905 34259 7010 29010 33726 15660 9959 32140 39947 384439
25479 1549 6524 33552 6285 8261 3531 2477 7764 9384 72744
98
All
Table (12.1) : Per 1000 distribution of persons of age 5 years & above in principal activity by broad industry group for each State/UT
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Construction
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Electricity Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban (ps) male
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 488 17 43 19 73 102 62 34 61 101 1000
2 Assam 424 14 54 7 62 108 61 38 107 125 1000
3 Bihar 380 23 65 14 73 87 32 26 97 203 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 599 31 47 15 29 80 22 9 106 62 1000
5 Delhi 14 0 163 21 74 281 243 99 100 5 1000
6 Goa 58 61 177 37 20 162 28 41 113 303 1000
7 Gujarat 377 8 119 8 78 111 44 19 99 137 1000
8 Haryana 356 13 75 32 87 123 70 52 99 93 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 372 7 45 39 148 116 46 29 120 78 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 291 7 70 36 124 94 68 9 84 217 1000
11 Jharkhand 477 62 90 17 48 65 32 11 83 115 1000
12 Karnataka 460 17 94 13 97 114 45 33 52 75 1000
13 Kerala 333 7 70 44 127 127 92 39 58 103 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 477 36 47 15 93 89 23 24 83 113 1000
15 Maharashtra 490 14 107 24 37 99 62 41 67 59 1000
16 Meghalaya 611 40 0 18 20 52 77 13 94 75 1000
17 Orissa 430 54 99 17 87 96 50 29 87 51 1000
18 Punjab 358 13 86 40 115 70 27 19 48 224 1000
19 Rajasthan 398 75 70 13 106 90 35 26 83 104 1000
20 Sikkim 258 0 287 1 107 103 57 0 53 134 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 373 9 122 28 93 116 70 34 87 68 1000
22 Uttaranchal 306 18 79 13 125 100 43 22 155 139 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 504 15 68 27 102 66 24 14 56 124 1000
24 West Bengal 365 5 187 18 71 118 66 36 79 55 1000
25 Chandigarh 60 0 171 19 31 189 147 48 212 123 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 338 9 53 36 3 339 70 132 20 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 157 64 102 402 64 18 87 45 61 0 1000
Overall 429 21 88 21 82 98 49 29 77 106 1000
131035 6403 27023 6282 25184 29940 14894 8731 23596 32355 305443
19573 1310 5380 26263 5500 7378 3310 2191 5840 7634 59436
99
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (12.2) : Per 1000 distribution of persons of age 5 years & above in principal activity by broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban (ps) female
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 619 25 105 7 46 62 7 10 34 85 1000
2 Assam 517 41 36 8 14 45 6 13 156 164 1000
3 Bihar 448 17 98 21 35 44 3 5 203 126 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 707 30 19 18 40 35 2 8 63 78 1000
5 Delhi 6 4 33 2 8 125 36 29 680 77 1000
6 Goa 114 0 104 0 40 38 16 28 281 379 1000
7 Gujarat 541 9 47 1 67 48 14 3 148 122 1000
8 Haryana 294 8 23 3 44 54 15 24 420 115 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 667 3 0 6 67 16 7 3 188 43 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 128 27 297 4 56 15 3 1 286 183 1000
11 Jharkhand 510 47 53 12 32 34 5 16 153 138 1000
12 Karnataka 591 16 124 2 45 63 9 10 59 81 1000
13 Kerala 331 4 134 12 23 124 17 116 141 98 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 618 17 48 14 73 15 4 7 92 112 1000
15 Maharashtra 726 10 43 10 16 41 13 23 85 33 1000
16 Meghalaya 730 0 0 0 22 87 1 0 139 21 1000
17 Orissa 521 45 26 12 111 40 21 6 103 115 1000
18 Punjab 90 10 34 25 34 13 4 60 150 580 1000
19 Rajasthan 565 83 64 5 99 41 8 8 52 75 1000
20 Sikkim 310 0 282 0 53 189 47 0 6 113 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 481 6 185 7 55 44 7 20 117 78 1000
22 Uttaranchal 690 0 14 1 37 37 13 8 99 101 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 461 11 75 20 71 64 27 13 117 141 1000
24 West Bengal 269 3 262 11 40 45 3 14 221 132 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 65 1 0 0 123 63 729 19 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 606 0 0 61 0 161 19 150 3 1000
28 Pondicherry 227 197 183 8 49 162 67 24 83 1000
Overall 554 19 92 9 48 48 10 16 108 96 1000
43790 1503 7236 728 3826 3786 766 1227 8544 7592 78996
5906 239 1144 7289 785 883 221 286 1924 1750 13308
100
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (12.3) : Per 1000 distribution of persons of age 5 years & above in principal activity by broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural (ps)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 625 18 58 5 58 61 29 15 51 80 1000
2 Assam 473 18 48 6 56 80 47 31 108 133 1000
3 Bihar 417 24 66 16 72 70 28 21 97 189 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 699 34 28 15 30 51 13 5 59 66 1000
5 Delhi 221 4 70 41 101 119 149 66 226 3 1000
6 Goa 136 63 134 1 0 98 35 12 170 351 1000
7 Gujarat 662 11 61 6 65 48 19 10 66 52 1000
8 Haryana 495 11 64 22 73 64 50 28 131 62 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 468 7 36 31 131 77 38 22 124 66 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 327 10 72 22 126 71 32 8 106 226 1000
11 Jharkhand 556 41 72 15 45 51 22 8 98 92 1000
12 Karnataka 625 17 83 4 61 74 21 10 41 64 1000
13 Kerala 421 3 72 39 86 123 67 46 68 75 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 616 34 40 7 83 49 13 16 58 84 1000
15 Maharashtra 764 7 46 10 22 41 26 7 34 43 1000
16 Meghalaya 783 22 0 12 18 29 30 9 74 23 1000
17 Orissa 489 56 90 15 91 73 35 15 82 54 1000
18 Punjab 508 9 56 9 133 24 23 17 50 171 1000
19 Rajasthan 530 92 57 7 105 52 22 10 51 74 1000
20 Sikkim 305 0 351 0 106 164 66 0 8 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 559 7 104 16 69 72 37 15 66 55 1000
22 Uttaranchal 502 18 54 8 117 76 37 8 105 75 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 586 15 52 27 98 41 19 9 49 104 1000
24 West Bengal 514 5 156 8 72 76 53 14 55 47 1000
25 Chandigarh 383 0 60 1 6 80 54 69 173 174 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 483 14 34 38 0 309 52 55 15 1000
28 Pondicherry 283 181 79 241 47 72 40 30 27 1000
Overall 576 22 67 13 72 59 28 14 63 86 1000
165177 6418 19211 3825 20642 16845 8072 3985 17932 24771 286878
22124 920 2875 25919 3151 2610 1363 654 3282 3624 41199
101
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (12.4) : Per 1000 distribution of persons of age 5 years & above in principal activity by broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural (ps) male
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 596 12 32 7 69 72 44 19 63 86 1000
2 Assam 459 15 50 5 62 87 53 36 106 127 1000
3 Bihar 411 25 63 15 75 72 30 22 90 197 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 679 36 35 14 27 61 19 4 63 62 1000
5 Delhi 237 4 71 42 111 129 162 63 177 4 1000
6 Goa 102 82 159 2 0 125 38 6 146 340 1000
7 Gujarat 624 11 70 9 65 57 24 13 66 61 1000
8 Haryana 500 11 68 23 77 66 55 31 104 65 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 402 8 46 39 149 96 46 27 112 75 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 346 9 48 24 133 76 35 9 89 231 1000
11 Jharkhand 552 40 76 15 49 56 27 6 85 94 1000
12 Karnataka 598 18 74 5 72 85 28 15 44 61 1000
13 Kerala 414 4 59 47 104 125 81 35 56 75 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 586 39 39 6 92 64 16 21 52 85 1000
15 Maharashtra 703 9 53 14 30 51 38 9 45 48 1000
16 Meghalaya 758 38 0 21 13 27 52 16 35 40 1000
17 Orissa 478 58 100 16 89 79 38 17 81 44 1000
18 Punjab 530 8 57 9 139 26 25 14 39 153 1000
19 Rajasthan 504 92 57 8 105 60 28 12 57 77 1000
20 Sikkim 288 0 363 0 132 131 73 0 13 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 523 8 103 22 74 91 54 21 50 54 1000
22 Uttaranchal 408 24 71 11 145 92 47 10 118 74 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 588 16 52 28 100 39 19 9 46 103 1000
24 West Bengal 527 5 133 9 77 81 61 16 47 44 1000
25 Chandigarh 391 0 61 1 6 82 55 71 171 162 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 424 17 40 44 0 332 61 64 18 1000
28 Pondicherry 240 117 111 337 66 39 10 42 38 1000
Overall 550 23 64 15 80 65 35 16 61 91 1000
123327 5116 14421 3425 17880 14679 7750 3621 13760 20410 224388
16858 758 2317 19933 2700 2236 1302 600 2457 2964 32724
102
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (12.5) : Per 1000 distribution of persons of age 5 years & above in principal activity by broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural (ps) female
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 678 28 106 3 37 41 3 7 28 69 1000
2 Assam 572 43 38 9 15 31 4 0 124 164 1000
3 Bihar 481 16 103 22 32 43 1 4 175 123 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 734 31 16 16 36 33 2 7 51 74 1000
5 Delhi 94 1 64 31 21 39 41 85 624 1000
6 Goa 248 0 53 0 0 10 27 30 247 385 1000
7 Gujarat 745 11 40 0 66 28 7 3 68 32 1000
8 Haryana 451 11 26 4 34 48 3 408 15 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 703 3 0 5 68 10 7 3 168 33 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 130 29 311 0 56 13 0 0 274 187 1000
11 Jharkhand 571 45 56 13 30 31 1 15 147 91 1000
12 Karnataka 684 14 103 2 38 49 4 1 34 71 1000
13 Kerala 447 2 120 13 20 114 12 86 115 71 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 712 18 45 11 55 1 1 0 80 77 1000
15 Maharashtra 866 5 34 3 8 24 6 3 16 35 1000
16 Meghalaya 819 0 0 0 25 31 125 1000
17 Orissa 555 44 23 12 106 35 14 4 87 120 1000
18 Punjab 226 15 49 12 55 0 0 59 190 394 1000
19 Rajasthan 613 90 59 4 103 29 4 4 31 63 1000
20 Sikkim 335 0 329 0 61 220 55 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 633 6 105 3 58 33 2 4 99 57 1000
22 Uttaranchal 771 0 7 1 37 30 9 4 67 74 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 556 13 51 20 68 63 23 7 94 105 1000
24 West Bengal 437 3 299 0 39 41 2 0 105 74 1000
25 Chandigarh 10 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 233 753 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 852 0 0 0 0 148 0 0 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 390 340 0 0 0 154 116 0 0 1000
Overall 670 21 77 6 44 35 5 6 67 69 1000
41850 1302 4790 400 2762 2165 322 364 4173 4361 62490
5266 162 558 5986 451 374 61 54 825 660 8475
103
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (12.6) : Per 1000 distribution of persons of age 5 years & above in principal activity by broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Urban (ps)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 129 26 81 55 93 206 108 76 60 166 1000
2 Assam 69 9 81 18 54 289 125 67 162 126 1000
3 Bihar 76 7 82 8 56 219 44 60 194 254 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 162 5 109 25 56 170 32 34 333 74 1000
5 Delhi 0 0 156 18 66 276 228 94 150 12 1000
6 Goa 25 38 180 47 41 161 19 56 134 299 1000
7 Gujarat 22 4 164 6 92 172 64 23 187 266 1000
8 Haryana 90 16 80 42 101 210 90 87 128 156 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 48 1 32 42 126 298 40 37 254 122 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 23 1 172 96 83 177 231 8 70 139 1000
11 Jharkhand 44 167 149 26 42 105 59 38 91 279 1000
12 Karnataka 156 17 155 24 137 167 73 70 90 111 1000
13 Kerala 112 13 112 31 149 134 97 82 97 173 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 128 25 70 42 107 156 40 37 180 215 1000
15 Maharashtra 115 24 180 41 48 169 92 100 163 68 1000
16 Meghalaya 43 33 0 4 34 253 128 0 304 201 1000
17 Orissa 117 31 89 24 85 199 126 98 143 88 1000
18 Punjab 68 18 116 81 68 122 26 32 72 397 1000
19 Rajasthan 82 21 112 27 104 178 54 68 168 186 1000
20 Sikkim 150 0 0 3 10 0 0 0 162 675 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 164 9 201 31 102 130 72 52 144 95 1000
22 Uttaranchal 30 3 96 17 67 119 34 53 268 313 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 139 10 139 24 106 173 47 34 109 219 1000
24 West Bengal 50 4 275 35 56 165 64 69 183 99 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 176 20 31 183 159 46 285 100 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 241 0 61 41 5 328 76 228 20 1000
28 Pondicherry 120 44 127 389 68 24 102 47 79 1000
Overall 99 15 154 33 86 173 78 61 146 155 1000
9648 1488 15048 3185 8368 16881 7588 5974 14208 15175 97561
3355 629 3649 7633 3134 5651 2168 1823 4482 5760 31545
104
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (12.7) : Per 1000 distribution of persons of age 5 years & above in principal activity by broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Urban (ps) male
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 131 31 79 59 87 200 123 85 53 152 1000
2 Assam 62 6 93 21 63 316 145 59 117 118 1000
3 Bihar 78 6 86 9 55 230 46 63 167 260 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 172 6 110 21 44 183 35 32 331 66 1000
5 Delhi 0 0 168 20 72 290 248 102 95 5 1000
6 Goa 29 47 189 59 34 186 22 64 91 279 1000
7 Gujarat 24 4 188 6 98 189 72 28 146 245 1000
8 Haryana 93 18 87 47 106 227 97 90 91 144 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 54 1 37 46 139 328 46 41 204 104 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 22 1 175 96 83 180 235 7 59 142 1000
11 Jharkhand 49 187 172 31 41 116 63 42 72 227 1000
12 Karnataka 137 15 141 30 155 181 84 77 72 108 1000
13 Kerala 126 15 97 37 186 130 118 50 65 176 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 116 27 73 46 97 172 45 36 186 202 1000
15 Maharashtra 98 22 208 42 49 187 106 100 110 78 1000
16 Meghalaya 0 47 0 6 50 156 184 0 337 220 1000
17 Orissa 113 30 91 26 78 209 129 105 130 89 1000
18 Punjab 81 20 133 90 77 141 29 27 62 340 1000
19 Rajasthan 75 21 112 28 108 182 56 71 160 187 1000
20 Sikkim 147 0 0 4 14 0 0 0 205 630 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 154 10 151 37 121 154 93 52 140 88 1000
22 Uttaranchal 29 4 100 19 70 121 32 54 257 314 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 142 10 137 25 108 182 47 34 101 214 1000
24 West Bengal 58 4 289 36 59 187 76 76 140 75 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 191 23 35 209 164 44 220 114 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 239 0 69 27 6 347 80 210 22 1000
28 Pondicherry 130 48 99 423 64 11 111 46 68 1000
Overall 95 16 155 35 90 188 88 63 121 149 1000
7708 1287 12602 2857 7304 15261 7144 5111 9836 11944 81055
2715 552 3063 6330 2800 5142 2008 1591 3383 4670 26712
105
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (12.8) : Per 1000 distribution of persons of age 5 years & above in principal activity by broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Urban (ps) female
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 123 0 90 36 121 236 36 35 93 230 1000
2 Assam 106 28 17 0 7 146 26 109 393 168 1000
3 Bihar 42 17 40 0 74 66 20 28 550 163 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 85 0 100 61 146 75 4 45 343 141 1000
5 Delhi 0 4 31 7 132 36 25 685 80 1000
6 Goa 7 144 72 61 7 26 308 375 1000
7 Gujarat 15 3 67 3 69 101 31 2 355 354 1000
8 Haryana 61 4 18 1 58 64 34 61 436 263 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 17 0 4 17 48 121 6 13 553 221 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 72 0 37 74 56 49 70 29 518 95 1000
11 Jharkhand 16 62 28 51 51 39 19 194 540 1000
12 Karnataka 226 24 208 73 115 28 47 157 122 1000
13 Kerala 69 9 163 10 30 147 29 184 200 159 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 184 17 58 26 155 79 18 39 149 275 1000
15 Maharashtra 178 29 81 39 44 108 43 101 351 26 1000
16 Meghalaya 136 467 5 233 159 1000
17 Orissa 156 49 60 6 161 95 92 29 276 76 1000
18 Punjab 0 6 24 34 20 21 7 61 123 704 1000
19 Rajasthan 142 21 107 15 67 149 43 41 237 178 1000
20 Sikkim 159 42 799 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 193 6 336 15 50 66 16 50 153 115 1000
22 Uttaranchal 44 0 66 0 39 94 44 41 359 313 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 95 5 168 20 83 68 43 37 208 273 1000
24 West Bengal 5 3 204 27 43 52 4 37 404 221 1000
25 Chandigarh 67 126 65 741 999
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 252 148 0 179 46 368 7 1000
28 Pondicherry 436 20 117 173 56 198 1000
Overall 117 12 148 20 64 98 27 52 265 197 1000
1939 200 2446 328 1063 1620 444 863 4371 3231 16507
640 77 586 1303 334 509 160 232 1099 1090 4833
106
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (12.9) : Per 1000 distribution of persons of age 5 years & above in principal activity by broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban (ps)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 432 7 71 8 34 197 64 35 69 83 1000
2 Assam 549 19 55 4 20 209 31 40 51 22 1000
3 Bihar 490 3 50 7 28 140 32 30 120 100 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 789 3 29 14 5 74 11 6 18 51 1000
5 Delhi 32 1 160 4 145 256 217 119 65 1 1000
6 Goa 12 82 91 23 40 283 7 2 249 211 1000
7 Gujarat 527 13 67 3 22 160 26 13 74 95 1000
8 Haryana 507 5 44 15 8 193 40 47 101 40 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 698 5 20 1 17 143 29 24 39 24 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 415 11 172 0 41 145 42 2 61 111 1000
11 Jharkhand 699 18 39 19 17 85 29 10 46 38 1000
12 Karnataka 577 6 88 3 17 159 24 38 27 61 1000
13 Kerala 461 4 68 13 26 209 100 39 37 43 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 711 17 38 5 9 107 6 18 53 36 1000
15 Maharashtra 667 5 55 11 17 115 40 21 36 33 1000
16 Meghalaya 764 3 0 20 2 93 45 14 45 14 1000
17 Orissa 492 29 69 10 30 191 31 40 61 47 1000
18 Punjab 573 13 92 7 8 117 17 13 53 107 1000
19 Rajasthan 563 64 45 9 43 118 31 27 50 50 1000
20 Sikkim 458 0 117 0 73 168 75 0 58 51 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 417 3 210 14 35 157 38 42 53 31 1000
22 Uttaranchal 607 7 18 6 16 106 33 27 124 56 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 725 12 35 7 15 85 16 12 34 59 1000
24 West Bengal 298 1 289 12 17 168 40 38 86 51 1000
25 Chandigarh 149 0 3 0 21 440 103 42 75 167 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 504 17 0 0 0 404 57 17 1 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 169 0 36 538 28 59 170 0 0 0 1000
Overall 572 12 82 9 22 135 32 25 56 55 1000
96342 2053 13875 112270 3675 22716 5377 4293 9392 9356 168544
15653 385 2385 18423 728 5718 1178 1238 2098 2288 32020
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
107
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (13.1) : Per 1000 distribution of self employed persons employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban (ps) male
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 392 6 54 11 44 200 83 42 78 90 1000
2 Assam 539 15 54 4 21 222 35 44 45 21 1000
3 Bihar 502 4 46 7 27 146 34 32 102 100 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 752 2 37 14 5 99 14 4 20 53 1000
5 Delhi 31 1 164 4 151 234 223 123 68 1 1000
6 Goa 15 98 62 28 48 318 9 2 191 229 1000
7 Gujarat 495 11 70 3 24 190 33 17 66 91 1000
8 Haryana 529 4 49 17 9 210 46 54 49 33 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 616 6 27 2 21 184 36 31 45 32 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 437 7 138 0 40 157 46 2 57 116 1000
11 Jharkhand 696 15 41 18 18 93 35 8 42 34 1000
12 Karnataka 569 7 75 3 22 164 32 43 25 60 1000
13 Kerala 467 5 61 15 27 176 114 44 43 48 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 682 20 38 5 8 132 7 22 47 39 1000
15 Maharashtra 599 6 63 10 19 143 53 23 45 39 1000
16 Meghalaya 729 6 0 38 4 49 86 27 34 27 1000
17 Orissa 489 28 73 11 28 195 32 42 61 41 1000
18 Punjab 588 14 97 6 7 121 17 13 44 93 1000
19 Rajasthan 510 68 52 11 37 137 38 34 55 58 1000
20 Sikkim 432 0 157 0 73 94 81 0 91 72 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 425 4 146 16 40 177 50 49 56 37 1000
22 Uttaranchal 489 11 26 8 23 139 44 36 159 65 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 726 12 35 7 15 86 16 12 31 60 1000
24 West Bengal 327 1 247 13 16 180 46 43 83 44 1000
25 Chandigarh 150 0 3 0 21 443 103 42 75 163 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 494 18 0 0 0 413 57 18 0 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 173 0 37 554 0 61 175 0 0 0 1000
Overall 555 13 76 9 23 147 38 29 54 56 1000
76252 1717 10385 88354 3107 20143 5153 3971 7400 7883 137280
12569 328 1878 14775 629 5098 1107 1130 1644 1960 26643
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
108
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (13.2) : Per 1000 distribution of self employed persons employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban (ps) female
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 564 8 126 0 0 189 1 11 38 63 1000
2 Assam 627 54 58 8 10 111 4 7 95 26 1000
3 Bihar 339 1 113 0 44 56 7 7 368 65 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 865 4 15 13 5 22 3 10 14 49 1000
5 Delhi 54 0 66 0 0 847 22 1 5 5 1000
6 Goa 0 0 240 0 0 106 0 0 546 108 1000
7 Gujarat 624 18 60 0 17 72 4 2 98 105 1000
8 Haryana 359 10 11 4 0 76 0 3 463 74 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 942 0 0 0 6 18 6 0 21 7 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 195 53 519 0 54 28 0 0 106 45 1000
11 Jharkhand 714 33 31 22 14 53 6 17 66 44 1000
12 Karnataka 604 4 127 2 2 145 0 20 32 64 1000
13 Kerala 433 0 99 0 21 363 30 14 12 28 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 810 7 36 4 12 19 3 2 74 33 1000
15 Maharashtra 796 5 41 14 14 63 15 17 18 17 1000
16 Meghalaya 804 0 0 0 0 140 0 0 56 0 1000
17 Orissa 525 37 21 10 51 146 23 22 61 104 1000
18 Punjab 278 0 3 31 22 45 0 14 241 366 1000
19 Rajasthan 739 49 20 3 66 57 8 2 32 24 1000
20 Sikkim 504 0 46 0 73 297 65 0 0 15 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 391 0 395 9 19 98 4 20 45 19 1000
22 Uttaranchal 891 0 0 1 0 28 5 7 41 27 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 718 8 41 7 25 66 18 5 73 39 1000
24 West Bengal 97 0 586 0 28 82 1 8 103 95 1000
25 Chandigarh 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 84 904 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 614 0 0 0 0 322 56 0 8 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 0 0 0 0 1000 0 0 0 0 0 1000
Overall 643 11 112 6 18 82 7 10 64 47 1000
20090 336 3490 23916 568 2573 225 323 1992 1473 31265
12569 328 1878 14775 629 5098 1107 1130 1644 1960 26643
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
109
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (13.3) : Per 1000 distribution of self employed persons employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural (ps)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 500 8 69 5 38 143 61 19 76 81 1000
2 Assam 602 21 49 4 18 170 25 37 53 21 1000
3 Bihar 533 4 48 7 30 120 34 22 115 87 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 833 3 19 15 4 54 9 4 15 44 1000
5 Delhi 396 9 52 26 53 207 137 73 43 4 1000
6 Goa 59 271 38 10 0 130 0 8 410 74 1000
7 Gujarat 784 18 45 3 3 87 13 4 29 14 1000
8 Haryana 663 7 42 13 6 92 26 29 104 18 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 734 5 20 1 16 110 28 22 40 24 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 486 13 141 0 47 122 24 1 68 98 1000
11 Jharkhand 739 19 29 18 13 68 22 8 49 35 1000
12 Karnataka 682 6 69 2 15 123 17 12 14 60 1000
13 Kerala 573 5 44 14 8 192 68 25 41 30 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 794 18 35 2 4 72 3 13 38 21 1000
15 Maharashtra 809 5 35 5 11 57 21 6 19 32 1000
16 Meghalaya 862 0 0 23 2 45 26 16 26 0 1000
17 Orissa 549 32 70 10 33 152 28 23 62 41 1000
18 Punjab 828 8 34 3 2 31 9 8 41 36 1000
19 Rajasthan 663 77 26 6 44 71 28 13 36 36 1000
20 Sikkim 480 0 137 0 85 197 88 0 13 0 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 540 4 133 13 31 134 40 25 49 31 1000
22 Uttaranchal 715 8 18 2 17 87 34 13 86 20 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 821 13 18 5 14 45 11 7 24 42 1000
24 West Bengal 455 0 248 12 17 116 40 15 60 37 1000
25 Chandigarh 625 0 0 0 0 81 29 1 61 203 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 623 30 0 0 0 280 67 0 0 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 326 0 0 418 0 205 51 0 0 0 1000
Overall 694 14 57 7 18 89 24 13 44 40 1000
91308 1867 7491 100666 2325 11679 3111 1719 5759 5461 131611
13776 296 1028 15100 405 1826 546 323 980 847 20180
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
110
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (13.4) : Per 1000 distribution of self employed persons employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural (ps) male
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 455 8 50 7 50 148 81 23 88 90 1000
2 Assam 593 16 47 4 19 184 29 43 47 18 1000
3 Bihar 545 4 42 7 29 125 36 23 98 91 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 808 3 22 16 3 73 12 2 17 44 1000
5 Delhi 391 10 38 27 56 207 145 77 46 3 1000
6 Goa 68 315 44 12 0 131 0 10 388 32 1000
7 Gujarat 764 16 42 4 2 101 18 4 29 20 1000
8 Haryana 690 6 47 14 7 96 29 33 56 22 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 656 7 27 2 21 145 36 30 47 29 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 520 9 97 0 46 133 26 1 65 103 1000
11 Jharkhand 740 15 28 16 15 74 27 6 45 34 1000
12 Karnataka 673 8 64 3 20 124 22 15 14 57 1000
13 Kerala 567 6 53 16 4 161 81 30 46 36 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 775 21 37 2 5 93 4 17 27 19 1000
15 Maharashtra 756 5 36 8 17 70 30 9 28 41 1000
16 Meghalaya 832 0 0 43 4 40 50 31 0 0 1000
17 Orissa 548 31 75 10 31 155 29 24 63 34 1000
18 Punjab 840 8 35 3 0 32 9 8 31 34 1000
19 Rajasthan 622 86 29 9 35 83 36 18 40 42 1000
20 Sikkim 469 0 197 0 91 118 102 0 23 0 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 528 5 110 16 34 144 50 32 49 32 1000
22 Uttaranchal 605 12 28 2 25 117 50 17 116 28 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 821 13 18 5 14 44 11 7 22 45 1000
24 West Bengal 493 0 189 13 19 120 46 17 62 41 1000
25 Chandigarh 642 0 0 0 0 83 30 1 61 183 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 592 34 0 0 0 298 76 0 0 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 326 0 0 418 0 205 51 0 0 0 1000
Overall 679 15 51 8 19 96 28 16 43 45 1000
71992 1549 5443 78984 2023 10183 3017 1650 4567 4725 105953
10926 248 805 11979 346 1538 525 305 759 728 16316
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
111
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (13.5) : Per 1000 distribution of self employed persons employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural (ps) female
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 637 9 125 0 0 130 0 8 40 51 1000
2 Assam 663 57 62 9 11 77 0 0 94 27 1000
3 Bihar 378 1 123 0 50 50 4 0 340 54 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 878 4 13 13 5 20 3 7 11 46 1000
5 Delhi 484 0 307 0 0 203 0 6 0 0 1000
6 Goa 0 0 0 0 0 125 0 0 545 330 1000
7 Gujarat 837 24 52 0 6 51 0 2 27 1 1000
8 Haryana 475 14 0 5 0 62 0 0 444 0 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 955 0 0 0 4 9 6 0 21 5 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 193 53 527 0 54 24 0 0 101 48 1000
11 Jharkhand 735 34 32 23 4 44 0 18 67 43 1000
12 Karnataka 712 1 84 2 0 121 0 4 14 62 1000
13 Kerala 602 0 0 0 30 348 0 0 17 3 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 858 7 29 3 0 2 3 0 72 26 1000
15 Maharashtra 896 4 34 1 0 35 6 1 5 18 1000
16 Meghalaya 895 0 0 0 0 50 0 0 55 0 1000
17 Orissa 553 41 12 11 55 128 14 17 61 108 1000
18 Punjab 532 0 5 0 42 0 0 17 277 127 1000
19 Rajasthan 774 51 18 0 68 37 4 0 24 24 1000
20 Sikkim 493 0 49 0 77 313 68 0 0 0 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 581 0 214 4 20 103 5 0 48 25 1000
22 Uttaranchal 934 0 0 1 0 28 0 5 24 8 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 820 10 12 7 16 56 12 0 49 18 1000
24 West Bengal 163 0 688 0 0 87 0 0 45 17 1000
25 Chandigarh 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 84 904 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 854 0 0 0 0 146 0 0 0 0 1000
28 Pondicherry
Overall 753 12 80 3 12 58 4 3 46 29 1000
19316 318 2048 21682 302 1496 94 69 1192 736 25658
2850 48 223 3121 59 288 21 18 221 119 3864
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
112
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (13.6) : Per 1000 distribution of self employed persons employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Urban (ps)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 119 0 80 21 16 443 76 108 36 101 1000
2 Assam 72 4 105 6 34 560 82 63 36 38 1000
3 Bihar 133 2 72 8 13 306 19 100 166 181 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 347 0 138 1 16 272 32 28 49 117 1000
5 Delhi 0 0 170 2 153 260 224 123 67 1 1000
6 Goa 0 32 105 27 51 323 9 0 207 246 1000
7 Gujarat 31 2 111 2 60 301 51 32 162 248 1000
8 Haryana 147 0 50 22 12 425 75 89 95 85 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 62 0 24 3 30 721 36 55 18 51 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 20 0 342 1 9 273 141 8 23 183 1000
11 Jharkhand 145 7 180 40 76 328 133 30 9 52 1000
12 Karnataka 171 5 159 4 25 301 53 138 77 67 1000
13 Kerala 133 0 138 10 77 258 194 79 28 83 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 234 13 53 21 34 307 24 45 141 128 1000
15 Maharashtra 187 8 122 31 40 313 103 71 92 33 1000
16 Meghalaya 107 26 0 0 2 416 170 0 172 107 1000
17 Orissa 113 8 64 16 11 451 52 154 51 80 1000
18 Punjab 114 24 198 15 20 273 31 21 75 229 1000
19 Rajasthan 140 9 122 20 42 322 44 84 110 107 1000
20 Sikkim 337 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 315 348 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 233 2 322 16 40 189 36 67 59 36 1000
22 Uttaranchal 34 5 17 30 11 206 27 105 330 235 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 212 5 128 17 24 300 40 40 86 148 1000
24 West Bengal 29 2 360 12 18 256 40 78 131 74 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 4 0 27 552 125 54 79 159 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 354 0 0 0 0 561 45 38 2 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 140 0 43 560 33 33 191 0 0 0 1000
Overall 136 5 173 16 37 299 61 70 98 105 1000
5033 186 6385 11604 1349 11036 2266 2574 3633 3895 36933
1877 89 1357 3323 323 3892 632 915 1118 1441 11840
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
113
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (13.7) : Per 1000 distribution of self employed persons employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Urban (ps) male
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 126 0 70 26 20 415 91 124 38 90 1000
2 Assam 71 4 114 6 37 554 84 58 29 43 1000
3 Bihar 140 2 74 9 14 324 18 103 131 185 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 363 0 138 1 17 281 33 19 39 109 1000
5 Delhi 0 0 174 2 159 236 231 127 70 1 1000
6 Goa 0 39 67 32 61 369 11 0 138 283 1000
7 Gujarat 30 3 117 2 63 342 59 39 130 215 1000
8 Haryana 153 0 52 25 14 474 87 101 32 62 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 66 0 26 3 25 722 38 58 20 42 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 18 0 345 1 9 273 142 8 19 185 1000
11 Jharkhand 156 8 197 43 52 327 125 33 7 52 1000
12 Karnataka 175 3 115 5 30 317 68 153 68 66 1000
13 Kerala 164 0 87 13 96 223 215 87 34 81 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 199 16 45 22 19 336 27 50 151 135 1000
15 Maharashtra 184 7 133 14 26 335 113 59 91 38 1000
16 Meghalaya 0 52 0 0 5 112 339 0 279 213 1000
17 Orissa 106 9 61 17 11 459 48 159 51 79 1000
18 Punjab 122 25 212 12 21 286 33 21 66 202 1000
19 Rajasthan 126 8 129 18 43 322 43 90 107 114 1000
20 Sikkim 279 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 363 358 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 258 3 205 17 49 230 49 77 66 46 1000
22 Uttaranchal 36 5 18 33 12 223 19 108 324 222 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 213 6 123 18 20 314 40 41 78 147 1000
24 West Bengal 34 3 348 14 10 285 46 87 121 52 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 4 0 27 552 125 54 79 159 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 377 0 0 0 0 548 35 40 0 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 145 0 44 579 0 34 198 0 0 0 1000
Overall 136 5 158 15 35 318 68 74 90 101 1000
4259 168 4942 9370 1084 9960 2136 2320 2833 3158 31327
1643 80 1073 2796 283 3560 582 825 885 1232 10327
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
114
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (13.8) : Per 1000 distribution of self employed persons employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Urban (ps) female
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 83 0 127 0 0 579 5 34 26 146 1000
2 Assam 82 0 0 0 0 627 58 115 118 0 1000
3 Bihar 55 0 41 0 0 101 31 60 574 138 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 107 0 131 0 0 144 18 169 187 244 1000
5 Delhi 0 0 36 0 0 929 25 0 5 5 1000
6 Goa 0 0 291 0 0 102 0 0 546 61 1000
7 Gujarat 36 0 84 0 50 132 16 4 292 386 1000
8 Haryana 107 0 33 0 0 106 0 10 503 241 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 0 0 0 0 114 702 0 11 0 173 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 274 0 0 0 0 289 0 0 437 0 1000
11 Jharkhand 19 0 0 0 337 331 219 0 29 65 1000
12 Karnataka 157 13 304 0 11 248 2 90 107 68 1000
13 Kerala 11 0 346 0 0 401 106 48 0 88 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 414 0 94 15 111 161 9 19 88 89 1000
15 Maharashtra 199 10 83 91 94 231 67 114 96 15 1000
16 Meghalaya 214 0 0 0 0 722 0 0 64 0 1000
17 Orissa 238 2 116 0 14 319 112 65 64 70 1000
18 Punjab 0 0 0 65 0 95 0 12 202 626 1000
19 Rajasthan 281 23 46 37 30 329 61 23 140 30 1000
20 Sikkim 717 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 283 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 174 0 601 13 18 93 3 43 41 14 1000
22 Uttaranchal 11 0 2 0 0 22 110 67 393 395 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 188 0 189 2 73 120 45 29 200 154 1000
24 West Bengal 0 0 437 0 69 75 1 20 189 209 1000
25 Chandigarh
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 0 0 0 0 0 771 200 0 29 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 0 0 0 0 1000 0 0 0 0 0 1000
Overall 138 3 257 20 47 192 23 45 143 132 1000
774 18 1442 2234 266 1076 130 254 799 738 5607
234 9 284 527 40 332 50 90 233 209 1513
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
115
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (13.9) : Per 1000 distribution of self employed persons employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban (ps)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 86 53 131 66 26 99 101 67 116 255 1000
2 Assam 236 14 58 19 7 19 69 26 251 301 1000
3 Bihar 70 49 116 33 97 48 60 72 201 254 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 262 57 78 62 51 40 32 23 320 75 1000
5 Delhi 2 1 174 32 23 327 92 96 235 18 1000
6 Goa 28 36 224 38 20 91 32 62 122 347 1000
7 Gujarat 41 2 245 14 45 73 76 30 305 169 1000
8 Haryana 35 31 83 67 94 27 113 108 318 124 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 49 7 25 118 81 22 67 36 420 175 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 91 0 16 109 50 67 135 21 196 315 1000
11 Jharkhand 222 172 149 19 6 13 22 13 335 49 1000
12 Karnataka 60 20 279 24 38 75 78 41 241 144 1000
13 Kerala 28 3 94 53 7 146 57 211 237 164 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 164 48 76 49 112 60 56 25 200 210 1000
15 Maharashtra 156 21 212 44 29 77 91 95 193 82 1000
16 Meghalaya 290 19 0 3 1 19 41 0 431 196 1000
17 Orissa 208 25 154 21 30 53 124 54 285 46 1000
18 Punjab 25 8 56 157 20 27 35 73 119 480 1000
19 Rajasthan 74 58 156 27 102 30 43 51 241 218 1000
20 Sikkim 27 0 535 2 0 0 0 0 16 420 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 128 7 168 43 43 96 113 58 216 128 1000
22 Uttaranchal 53 46 148 31 3 55 28 6 423 207 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 128 8 139 37 68 41 75 47 203 254 1000
24 West Bengal 218 6 144 36 18 56 56 59 263 144 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 208 6 2 2 154 78 548 2 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 45 0 118 136 0 266 110 287 38 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 114 109 147 250 72 42 74 76 116 0 1000
Overall 121 25 153 43 46 75 77 61 227 172 1000
7876 1594 9923 19392 3012 4866 5025 3956 14724 11082 64855
1144 393 1887 3424 628 964 1212 873 3929 2696 14394
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
116
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Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (14.1) : Per 1000 distribution of regular wage/salaried earner employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban (ps) male
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 101 63 81 73 25 118 120 82 120 217 1000
2 Assam 219 16 69 25 9 22 83 22 248 287 1000
3 Bihar 71 52 119 27 101 50 65 75 179 261 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 205 79 90 47 39 35 44 28 376 57 1000
5 Delhi 3 0 200 37 27 378 100 107 142 6 1000
6 Goa 36 47 261 48 10 110 39 67 82 300 1000
7 Gujarat 25 1 289 16 51 75 83 35 263 162 1000
8 Haryana 34 32 90 73 96 27 115 107 302 124 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 59 5 31 138 95 24 78 40 347 183 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 102 0 10 121 55 75 151 24 151 311 1000
11 Jharkhand 171 241 179 28 2 8 32 15 273 51 1000
12 Karnataka 63 12 273 31 44 85 90 43 216 143 1000
13 Kerala 43 0 86 79 12 195 71 181 182 151 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 118 51 64 54 123 75 70 22 203 220 1000
15 Maharashtra 110 18 252 54 36 91 113 98 130 98 1000
16 Meghalaya 291 28 0 5 2 26 60 0 348 240 1000
17 Orissa 204 27 169 23 30 56 128 60 268 35 1000
18 Punjab 29 8 73 195 22 33 44 60 101 435 1000
19 Rajasthan 72 61 159 28 96 32 46 50 242 214 1000
20 Sikkim 37 0 586 3 0 0 0 0 10 364 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 98 10 165 52 48 112 143 57 197 118 1000
22 Uttaranchal 45 56 162 37 3 67 31 3 435 161 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 133 8 149 39 71 39 78 45 200 238 1000
24 West Bengal 205 7 183 42 22 73 76 69 207 116 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 254 8 3 3 164 82 485 1 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 49 0 130 121 0 293 121 243 41 2 1000
28 Pondicherry 126 103 120 298 86 0 68 85 114 0 1000
Overall 106 27 165 49 51 86 91 63 199 163 1000
5462 1378 8516 15356 2658 4428 4717 3258 10283 8495 51727
821 345 1638 2804 543 852 1112 734 2903 2081 11626
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
117
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (14.2) : Per 1000 distribution of regular wage/salaried earner employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban (ps) female
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 31 15 320 36 31 27 30 9 98 403 1000
2 Assam 297 9 18 0 0 10 19 39 261 347 1000
3 Bihar 59 12 90 97 39 25 4 30 480 164 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 409 0 48 101 82 53 0 9 176 122 1000
5 Delhi 0 4 22 3 2 25 40 28 790 86 1000
6 Goa 0 0 89 0 57 24 7 45 266 512 1000
7 Gujarat 104 6 69 6 24 66 45 10 470 200 1000
8 Haryana 40 11 0 2 70 19 95 128 500 135 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 4 13 0 26 14 15 12 16 769 131 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 0 0 68 6 2 0 6 0 574 344 1000
11 Jharkhand 331 28 85 0 12 22 1 9 466 46 1000
12 Karnataka 47 48 299 0 19 39 38 36 327 147 1000
13 Kerala 6 7 106 15 0 73 35 255 319 184 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 315 40 112 32 78 13 11 33 189 177 1000
15 Maharashtra 310 33 81 10 4 32 17 86 401 26 1000
16 Meghalaya 287 0 0 0 0 3 4 0 598 108 1000
17 Orissa 237 15 33 6 28 35 96 2 421 127 1000
18 Punjab 12 6 5 41 13 8 8 113 175 619 1000
19 Rajasthan 87 37 138 21 140 18 20 56 240 243 1000
20 Sikkim 0 0 403 0 0 0 0 0 30 567 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 210 0 177 19 26 55 28 61 269 155 1000
22 Uttaranchal 92 0 83 0 1 1 9 19 366 429 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 93 10 58 17 43 62 44 65 220 388 1000
24 West Bengal 254 4 30 19 8 5 0 28 423 229 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 66 1 0 0 125 64 743 1 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 0 0 0 287 0 0 0 712 0 1 1000
28 Pondicherry 58 136 280 13 0 247 103 36 127 0 1000
Overall 184 16 107 20 27 33 23 53 338 199 1000
2414 217 1406 4037 354 438 308 698 4441 2587 13129
323 48 249 620 85 112 100 139 1026 615 2768
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
118
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (14.3) : Per 1000 distribution of regular wage/salaried earner employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural (ps)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 115 45 192 3 17 90 45 36 158 299 1000
2 Assam 283 13 55 13 0 1 58 5 242 330 1000
3 Bihar 77 57 122 38 108 36 61 73 169 259 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 369 82 90 60 57 45 26 3 178 90 1000
5 Delhi 52 0 118 73 52 51 159 62 427 6 1000
6 Goa 13 41 201 0 0 118 46 17 161 403 1000
7 Gujarat 142 3 204 26 24 9 65 52 407 68 1000
8 Haryana 19 7 112 85 134 8 94 50 429 62 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 51 8 24 123 89 24 70 37 401 173 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 113 0 20 80 26 51 63 28 228 391 1000
11 Jharkhand 342 55 110 13 5 16 23 3 411 22 1000
12 Karnataka 69 27 245 18 0 59 80 46 333 123 1000
13 Kerala 45 0 123 72 11 163 42 256 188 100 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 247 58 85 31 134 45 48 4 168 180 1000
15 Maharashtra 425 13 165 22 27 40 98 25 127 58 1000
16 Meghalaya 460 0 0 0 0 0 42 0 390 108 1000
17 Orissa 258 21 168 15 20 59 93 42 288 36 1000
18 Punjab 67 0 41 45 17 29 60 108 187 446 1000
19 Rajasthan 125 109 193 17 144 24 21 33 191 143 1000
20 Sikkim 48 0 952 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 261 13 151 41 53 92 88 28 153 120 1000
22 Uttaranchal 87 78 177 41 0 55 27 0 361 174 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 158 4 130 27 86 32 68 36 196 263 1000
24 West Bengal 421 0 109 10 7 69 23 30 181 150 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 187 2 7 8 116 224 446 10 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 50 0 92 167 0 448 90 117 36 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 67 242 0 257 112 106 80 71 65 0 1000
Overall 214 28 135 30 56 49 62 40 214 172 1000
6552 852 4138 11542 1703 1484 1887 1213 6526 5297 30566
753 150 701 1604 246 240 355 206 1503 847 5207
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
119
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Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (14.4) : Per 1000 distribution of regular wage/salaried earner employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural (ps) male
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 145 54 73 5 24 129 64 51 204 251 1000
2 Assam 262 17 65 17 0 1 70 6 247 315 1000
3 Bihar 78 62 124 31 114 36 66 76 147 266 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 311 124 117 43 45 38 39 0 209 74 1000
5 Delhi 62 0 140 77 56 61 177 74 346 7 1000
6 Goa 16 53 234 0 0 153 60 7 117 360 1000
7 Gujarat 89 3 259 34 20 8 87 59 390 51 1000
8 Haryana 12 8 118 89 131 9 96 53 420 64 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 61 6 29 141 104 25 81 41 327 185 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 131 0 12 92 30 59 72 32 177 395 1000
11 Jharkhand 304 94 125 22 0 10 40 5 363 37 1000
12 Karnataka 69 18 207 23 0 76 82 59 343 123 1000
13 Kerala 69 0 96 103 19 214 39 215 146 99 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 167 64 62 29 174 62 66 6 158 212 1000
15 Maharashtra 306 11 195 31 37 54 136 25 134 71 1000
16 Meghalaya 518 0 0 0 0 0 70 0 229 183 1000
17 Orissa 254 24 184 17 22 62 94 47 272 24 1000
18 Punjab 72 0 50 46 22 37 76 96 150 451 1000
19 Rajasthan 126 119 203 14 139 28 25 25 198 123 1000
20 Sikkim 60 0 940 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 228 19 162 54 58 120 126 35 107 91 1000
22 Uttaranchal 75 94 206 49 0 66 32 0 384 94 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 162 4 145 30 89 28 73 34 196 239 1000
24 West Bengal 378 0 146 15 6 101 35 44 149 126 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 189 2 7 8 117 227 440 10 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 50 0 92 167 0 448 90 117 36 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 33 205 0 387 169 0 0 107 99 0 1000
Overall 182 32 139 34 64 57 76 42 204 170 1000
4338 762 3320 8420 1525 1355 1813 1010 4854 4042 23822
505 134 601 1240 218 215 337 181 1102 655 4134
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
120
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (14.5) : Per 1000 distribution of regular wage/salaried earner employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural (ps) female
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 46 24 470 0 0 0 0 0 50 410 1000
2 Assam 358 0 20 0 0 0 17 0 227 378 1000
3 Bihar 67 0 97 120 37 29 0 37 444 169 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 482 0 38 92 80 60 0 8 119 121 1000
5 Delhi 1 0 8 51 33 0 68 0 839 0 1000
6 Goa 0 0 89 0 0 0 0 50 312 549 1000
7 Gujarat 306 1 32 0 38 13 0 30 461 119 1000
8 Haryana 148 0 0 0 199 0 39 0 614 0 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 0 16 0 28 11 18 15 16 791 105 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 0 0 73 0 0 0 0 0 565 362 1000
11 Jharkhand 397 0 88 0 12 26 0 0 477 0 1000
12 Karnataka 66 57 373 0 0 0 73 0 298 133 1000
13 Kerala 7 0 163 24 0 86 47 318 252 103 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 465 43 146 34 26 0 0 0 194 92 1000
15 Maharashtra 733 17 85 0 0 6 0 22 110 27 1000
16 Meghalaya 374 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 626 0 1000
17 Orissa 292 0 37 4 0 35 82 0 414 136 1000
18 Punjab 49 0 5 41 0 0 0 154 330 421 1000
19 Rajasthan 122 60 145 32 169 0 0 68 161 243 1000
20 Sikkim 0 0 1000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 334 0 128 13 44 30 5 12 255 179 1000
22 Uttaranchal 148 0 32 0 0 0 0 0 244 576 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 123 5 0 0 60 65 24 55 193 475 1000
24 West Bengal 511 0 31 0 10 0 0 0 249 199 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1000 0 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu
28 Pondicherry 134 314 0 0 0 314 238 0 0 0 1000
Overall 328 13 121 16 26 19 11 30 248 188 1000
2214 90 818 3122 177 129 74 203 1673 1255 6744
248 16 100 364 28 25 18 25 401 192 1073
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
121
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Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (14.6) : Per 1000 distribution of regular wage/salaried earner employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Urban (ps)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 66 59 87 111 33 105 142 89 85 223 1000
2 Assam 91 17 66 38 29 77 102 92 277 211 1000
3 Bihar 38 13 93 9 45 106 57 66 350 223 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 24 2 51 69 37 28 44 67 634 44 1000
5 Delhi 0 1 177 30 22 339 89 97 227 18 1000
6 Goa 40 33 240 64 34 72 22 95 94 306 1000
7 Gujarat 2 2 261 9 53 98 80 22 265 208 1000
8 Haryana 48 49 60 53 63 41 129 153 232 172 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 39 0 31 91 31 9 43 32 540 184 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 28 0 5 189 116 112 339 2 105 104 1000
11 Jharkhand 3 387 220 31 6 6 21 31 197 98 1000
12 Karnataka 53 15 304 28 67 87 77 38 172 159 1000
13 Kerala 1 7 49 24 0 119 79 139 314 268 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 54 35 63 73 84 80 66 52 243 250 1000
15 Maharashtra 30 25 235 54 30 94 87 128 223 94 1000
16 Meghalaya 0 51 0 9 4 50 41 0 502 343 1000
17 Orissa 66 38 114 36 58 37 213 87 278 73 1000
18 Punjab 8 11 62 203 21 25 25 58 92 495 1000
19 Rajasthan 21 5 117 37 59 37 66 70 293 295 1000
20 Sikkim 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 36 959 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 36 3 180 44 35 100 130 79 259 134 1000
22 Uttaranchal 7 0 108 16 7 55 28 14 510 255 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 69 16 156 56 31 60 88 69 216 239 1000
24 West Bengal 87 10 166 53 25 48 78 77 315 141 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 211 7 1 2 158 62 559 0 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 40 0 137 114 0 130 125 414 39 1 1000
28 Pondicherry 128 72 188 248 61 24 72 78 129 0 1000
Overall 39 22 169 55 38 99 92 80 239 167 1000
1323 742 5785 7850 1310 3382 3139 2743 8198 5785 34290
391 243 1186 1820 382 724 857 667 2426 1849 9187
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
122
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Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (14.7) : Per 1000 distribution of regular wage/salaried earner employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Urban (ps) male
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 75 68 87 114 25 111 153 100 71 196 1000
2 Assam 82 11 82 50 38 88 126 74 251 198 1000
3 Bihar 39 9 96 9 44 114 60 72 325 232 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 21 2 43 55 28 30 52 76 664 29 1000
5 Delhi 0 0 202 35 26 391 97 108 134 7 1000
6 Goa 50 42 280 82 17 80 25 109 57 258 1000
7 Gujarat 3 0 300 9 62 99 82 27 218 200 1000
8 Haryana 53 53 67 59 67 43 131 151 205 171 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 45 0 42 117 32 12 57 38 492 165 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 29 0 6 193 119 116 347 2 86 102 1000
11 Jharkhand 3 427 247 36 6 7 23 28 158 65 1000
12 Karnataka 59 7 321 37 76 92 96 31 122 159 1000
13 Kerala 0 0 70 41 0 165 123 125 239 237 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 59 35 67 83 62 90 74 42 258 230 1000
15 Maharashtra 26 20 276 64 36 106 103 129 128 112 1000
16 Meghalaya 0 64 0 12 5 60 47 0 502 310 1000
17 Orissa 64 35 126 39 51 38 222 97 258 70 1000
18 Punjab 10 12 82 260 22 31 30 44 80 429 1000
19 Rajasthan 19 5 116 42 54 35 67 74 284 304 1000
20 Sikkim 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 26 965 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 18 4 167 51 43 106 154 70 252 135 1000
22 Uttaranchal 3 0 99 20 8 68 30 8 508 256 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 73 16 157 58 33 60 90 67 210 236 1000
24 West Bengal 110 11 203 57 30 58 98 83 240 110 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 263 9 2 2 170 62 492 0 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 48 0 164 80 0 156 149 356 46 1 1000
28 Pondicherry 145 82 146 279 69 0 82 80 117 0 1000
Overall 40 22 186 62 41 110 104 81 195 159 1000
1124 616 5196 6936 1133 3072 2904 2248 5429 4453 27905
316 211 1037 1564 325 637 775 553 1801 1426 7492
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
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Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
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Table (14.8) : Per 1000 distribution of regular wage/salaried earner employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Urban (ps) female
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 9 0 88 92 80 70 76 22 173 390 1000
2 Assam 118 36 15 0 0 39 25 151 360 256 1000
3 Bihar 26 63 62 0 49 8 22 0 639 131 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 41 0 98 146 93 19 0 14 466 123 1000
5 Delhi 0 5 23 0 0 26 38 29 787 92 1000
6 Goa 0 0 90 0 100 43 12 42 230 483 1000
7 Gujarat 0 9 88 9 17 94 68 0 475 240 1000
8 Haryana 3 15 0 2 25 26 115 172 460 182 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 22 0 0 15 28 0 2 14 681 238 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 0 0 0 73 26 0 74 0 684 143 1000
11 Jharkhand 7 165 70 0 12 3 8 50 413 272 1000
12 Karnataka 32 41 242 0 34 68 12 63 349 159 1000
13 Kerala 3 16 21 0 0 54 17 160 421 308 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 33 34 47 29 175 39 31 94 180 338 1000
15 Maharashtra 45 43 79 17 7 49 27 127 584 22 1000
16 Meghalaya 0 0 0 0 0 13 17 0 502 468 1000
17 Orissa 80 59 21 12 110 34 136 7 442 99 1000
18 Punjab 0 8 5 41 17 10 10 99 125 685 1000
19 Rajasthan 30 0 128 3 94 48 53 37 368 239 1000
20 Sikkim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 51 949 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 96 0 222 24 11 77 50 107 283 130 1000
22 Uttaranchal 23 0 146 0 1 2 20 43 517 248 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 43 17 153 46 15 59 78 81 262 246 1000
24 West Bengal 0 8 28 38 7 10 0 57 596 256 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 67 1 0 0 126 65 741 0 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 0 0 0 287 0 0 0 713 0 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 0 0 493 23 0 196 0 64 224 0 1000
Overall 31 20 92 24 28 48 37 78 434 208 1000
199 126 588 914 177 309 235 495 2769 1332 6385
75 32 149 256 57 87 82 114 625 423 1695
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
124
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Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
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Table (14.9) : Per 1000 distribution of regular wage/salaried earner employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban (ps)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 681 19 43 7 89 29 21 13 30 68 1000
2 Assam 403 17 46 5 103 32 69 33 122 170 1000
3 Bihar 389 30 68 16 94 52 19 9 72 251 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 509 69 36 1 76 60 16 8 131 94 1000
5 Delhi 14 0 17 3 70 17 841 11 20 7 1000
6 Goa 377 32 12 0 14 44 35 0 70 416 1000
7 Gujarat 505 6 56 6 168 16 25 7 47 164 1000
8 Haryana 285 16 105 29 200 45 74 16 62 168 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 84 13 110 4 645 35 25 0 19 65 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 255 15 19 5 344 7 16 3 55 281 1000
11 Jharkhand 224 75 128 9 115 33 25 16 70 305 1000
12 Karnataka 549 25 68 12 145 58 32 14 27 70 1000
13 Kerala 359 9 88 44 172 79 69 19 48 113 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 338 49 49 16 210 22 21 24 82 189 1000
15 Maharashtra 727 16 38 13 48 31 22 11 38 56 1000
16 Meghalaya 725 65 0 0 69 51 53 0 11 26 1000
17 Orissa 498 84 80 19 164 21 26 3 31 74 1000
18 Punjab 218 14 81 8 269 24 28 8 31 319 1000
19 Rajasthan 395 98 70 9 180 49 22 8 54 115 1000
20 Sikkim 44 0 482 0 227 179 53 0 2 13 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 531 12 77 17 136 46 30 7 72 72 1000
22 Uttaranchal 122 12 116 8 340 60 49 7 39 247 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 271 20 97 54 242 44 22 5 56 189 1000
24 West Bengal 492 9 108 14 157 55 79 13 31 42 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 334 73 97 47 197 1 0 251 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 506 0 50 0 10 211 21 176 26 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 314 119 118 370 79 0 0 0 0 0 1000
Overall 467 28 69 18 148 41 35 11 53 130 1000
70607 4258 10461 85327 22323 6144 5257 1709 8024 19508 151039
8682 771 2252 11705 4929 1579 1141 366 1737 4400 26330
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
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Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
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Table (15.1) : Per 1000 distribution of casual labour employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban (ps) male
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 665 11 24 8 107 31 31 16 32 75 1000
2 Assam 385 13 49 4 111 36 77 36 120 169 1000
3 Bihar 368 31 65 16 101 53 21 10 73 262 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 490 62 46 2 71 66 25 9 144 85 1000
5 Delhi 15 0 13 4 67 14 866 7 11 3 1000
6 Goa 270 45 17 0 9 59 21 0 84 495 1000
7 Gujarat 450 9 70 9 184 15 31 11 30 191 1000
8 Haryana 285 17 105 31 199 47 78 17 57 164 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 65 15 128 5 657 41 29 0 3 57 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 253 16 19 4 344 7 16 3 57 281 1000
11 Jharkhand 222 71 138 11 119 39 28 15 79 278 1000
12 Karnataka 483 29 57 16 181 77 44 21 27 65 1000
13 Kerala 329 10 70 51 202 87 85 6 39 121 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 311 55 52 14 218 25 25 29 85 186 1000
15 Maharashtra 670 22 44 18 63 40 29 17 45 52 1000
16 Meghalaya 665 96 0 0 54 74 77 0 1 33 1000
17 Orissa 477 90 91 21 166 25 32 3 30 65 1000
18 Punjab 232 14 79 9 290 26 30 7 28 285 1000
19 Rajasthan 385 87 61 10 191 56 26 9 58 117 1000
20 Sikkim 50 0 278 0 336 256 61 0 2 17 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 478 12 78 25 165 66 47 8 54 67 1000
22 Uttaranchal 129 13 126 9 349 53 47 8 19 247 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 273 21 94 54 248 43 21 6 50 190 1000
24 West Bengal 487 10 111 14 165 57 89 13 15 39 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 334 73 97 47 197 1 0 251 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 390 0 66 0 13 239 27 231 34 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 224 50 152 472 102 0 0 0 0 0 1000
Overall 424 28 70 21 167 46 43 13 51 137 1000
49322 3308 8121 60751 19419 5369 5024 1502 5913 15977 116437
6183 637 1864 8684 4328 1428 1091 327 1293 3593 21167
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
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Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
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Table (15.2) : Per 1000 distribution of casual labour employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban (ps) female
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 705 32 73 6 62 25 6 9 26 56 1000
2 Assam 562 52 24 13 29 0 0 0 142 178 1000
3 Bihar 574 25 92 17 30 42 0 0 70 150 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 543 81 18 0 84 50 0 6 108 110 1000
5 Delhi 0 2 177 0 187 112 0 158 337 27 1000
6 Goa 632 0 0 0 26 10 67 0 36 229 1000
7 Gujarat 615 0 26 0 134 16 12 0 82 115 1000
8 Haryana 275 0 99 0 205 0 0 10 153 258 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 195 0 2 3 573 0 2 0 116 109 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 335 0 22 17 339 0 14 18 5 250 1000
11 Jharkhand 233 99 70 0 95 2 7 20 17 457 1000
12 Karnataka 678 18 92 2 74 19 9 0 27 81 1000
13 Kerala 491 4 167 15 39 45 0 76 87 76 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 443 24 34 21 177 8 3 2 71 217 1000
15 Maharashtra 823 6 28 6 24 16 10 2 27 58 1000
16 Meghalaya 852 0 0 0 101 2 0 0 33 12 1000
17 Orissa 593 55 26 14 155 2 0 2 37 116 1000
18 Punjab 91 21 93 0 71 0 3 12 59 650 1000
19 Rajasthan 433 142 107 4 136 23 5 6 37 107 1000
20 Sikkim 32 0 831 0 41 46 40 0 2 8 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 624 11 76 3 84 11 1 5 103 82 1000
22 Uttaranchal 62 0 32 0 271 118 62 0 204 251 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 242 17 139 43 161 61 34 0 135 168 1000
24 West Bengal 524 6 82 15 95 41 9 6 151 71 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 1000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 884 0 0 0 0 116 0 0 0 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 635 365 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1000
Overall 615 27 68 8 84 22 7 6 61 102 1000
21286 950 2339 24575 2903 775 233 207 2111 3531 34603
2499 134 388 3021 601 151 50 39 444 807 5163
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
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Financing,
insurance
Community
services
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Table (15.3) : Per 1000 distribution of casual labour employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural (ps)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 739 20 39 6 72 18 12 10 27 57 1000
2 Assam 418 18 46 5 101 28 61 33 119 171 1000
3 Bihar 413 31 67 17 92 43 16 9 70 242 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 560 75 25 0 69 47 16 9 100 99 1000
5 Delhi 179 1 1 3 343 58 152 55 208 0 1000
6 Goa 512 0 9 0 0 27 27 0 55 370 1000
7 Gujarat 631 4 48 6 147 10 15 8 37 94 1000
8 Haryana 398 20 84 13 163 38 75 18 60 131 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 88 13 115 4 644 36 23 0 17 60 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 267 15 6 3 346 6 15 1 52 289 1000
11 Jharkhand 266 80 143 9 127 30 21 9 76 239 1000
12 Karnataka 660 24 71 4 109 35 15 4 20 58 1000
13 Kerala 438 4 73 45 144 78 72 4 52 90 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 418 55 34 9 212 8 17 27 56 164 1000
15 Maharashtra 798 9 26 12 35 21 13 3 27 56 1000
16 Meghalaya 803 72 0 0 55 13 30 0 2 25 1000
17 Orissa 519 86 79 20 158 18 21 0 29 70 1000
18 Punjab 273 12 84 8 298 16 31 5 27 246 1000
19 Rajasthan 457 106 66 5 168 37 16 2 41 102 1000
20 Sikkim 45 0 494 0 223 183 55 0 0 0 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 651 8 72 11 97 27 21 6 53 54 1000
22 Uttaranchal 155 15 91 10 412 56 51 1 43 166 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 315 22 86 63 240 38 19 5 51 161 1000
24 West Bengal 601 12 74 4 146 35 74 8 17 29 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 37 0 40 332 8 11 2 570 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 590 0 45 0 0 243 0 97 25 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 472 179 178 171 0 0 0 0 0 0 1000
Overall 540 30 61 16 133 30 25 8 45 112 1000
67316 3699 7583 78597 16614 3681 3074 1053 5647 14013 124701
7595 474 1146 9215 2500 544 462 125 799 1930 15812
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
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Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
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Table (15.4) : Per 1000 distribution of casual labour employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural (ps) male
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 740 10 15 7 87 17 17 13 30 64 1000
2 Assam 399 14 48 4 108 31 68 37 121 170 1000
3 Bihar 392 32 64 17 100 43 18 10 71 253 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 559 68 31 1 65 46 26 10 101 93 1000
5 Delhi 206 0 1 4 394 67 174 0 154 0 1000
6 Goa 385 0 13 0 0 39 0 0 58 505 1000
7 Gujarat 578 7 58 9 160 10 16 12 31 119 1000
8 Haryana 395 21 81 13 164 40 78 19 57 132 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 68 16 135 5 655 43 28 0 0 50 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 264 16 6 3 345 6 16 1 54 289 1000
11 Jharkhand 260 72 152 11 127 35 23 6 89 225 1000
12 Karnataka 621 29 60 5 138 48 24 6 19 50 1000
13 Kerala 398 4 55 52 172 91 89 4 44 91 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 388 63 34 6 221 10 21 34 60 163 1000
15 Maharashtra 761 13 29 16 45 25 17 3 38 53 1000
16 Meghalaya 759 109 0 0 30 20 45 0 0 37 1000
17 Orissa 498 93 92 21 161 21 25 0 28 61 1000
18 Punjab 282 10 82 8 314 18 33 4 25 224 1000
19 Rajasthan 456 93 56 5 175 41 19 2 46 107 1000
20 Sikkim 52 0 288 0 332 265 63 0 0 0 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 609 7 79 18 111 40 34 8 34 60 1000
22 Uttaranchal 171 18 98 12 428 56 47 1 14 155 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 317 22 82 64 245 35 18 5 45 167 1000
24 West Bengal 591 12 73 4 151 37 82 9 11 30 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 37 0 40 332 8 11 2 570 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 489 0 63 0 0 278 0 135 34 1 1000
28 Pondicherry 392 88 266 254 0 0 0 0 0 0 1000
Overall 497 30 60 19 151 33 31 10 46 123 1000
46996 2805 5658 55459 14332 3141 2920 960 4339 11643 94614
5427 376 911 6714 2136 483 440 114 596 1581 12274
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
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Sample persons
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insurance
Community
services
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Table (15.5) : Per 1000 distribution of casual labour employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural (ps) female
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 737 34 73 5 51 18 5 7 22 48 1000
2 Assam 601 54 23 14 29 0 0 0 95 184 1000
3 Bihar 592 26 95 17 23 41 0 0 59 147 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 562 85 15 0 74 48 0 6 99 111 1000
5 Delhi 0 5 0 0 1 0 0 423 571 0 1000
6 Goa 781 0 0 0 0 0 85 0 46 88 1000
7 Gujarat 725 0 30 1 125 10 15 0 47 47 1000
8 Haryana 467 0 171 0 134 0 0 0 135 93 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 198 0 0 0 581 0 0 0 111 110 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 361 0 0 0 357 0 0 0 0 282 1000
11 Jharkhand 298 129 90 0 124 0 5 26 0 328 1000
12 Karnataka 724 17 88 3 62 15 0 0 21 70 1000
13 Kerala 605 3 153 12 26 23 0 5 87 86 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 531 27 33 18 177 0 0 0 42 172 1000
15 Maharashtra 856 4 23 6 20 14 6 2 11 58 1000
16 Meghalaya 889 0 0 0 105 0 0 0 6 0 1000
17 Orissa 609 54 24 14 146 1 0 1 31 120 1000
18 Punjab 168 33 102 0 98 0 0 22 49 528 1000
19 Rajasthan 463 151 102 5 141 22 5 0 22 89 1000
20 Sikkim 33 0 839 0 41 47 40 0 0 0 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 715 9 61 1 74 7 1 4 84 44 1000
22 Uttaranchal 46 0 39 0 297 60 76 0 248 234 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 292 21 135 49 158 74 42 0 129 100 1000
24 West Bengal 678 8 81 0 104 23 6 0 60 40 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 1000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 850 0 0 0 0 150 0 0 0 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 635 365 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1000
Overall 675 30 64 7 76 18 5 3 43 79 1000
20320 894 1925 23138 2283 540 154 92 1308 2370 30088
2168 98 235 2501 364 61 22 11 203 349 3538
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
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Financing,
insurance
Community
services
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Table (15.6) : Per 1000 distribution of casual labour employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Urban (ps)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 211 11 76 20 229 117 95 34 51 156 1000
2 Assam 19 7 60 2 149 131 270 25 200 137 1000
3 Bihar 31 8 88 8 119 192 67 7 114 366 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 32 17 136 10 145 184 14 1 416 45 1000
5 Delhi 0 0 19 3 46 13 902 7 4 6 1000
6 Goa 23 116 21 0 51 91 54 0 110 534 1000
7 Gujarat 42 11 83 6 243 36 60 5 85 429 1000
8 Haryana 47 6 148 63 278 58 73 13 66 248 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 41 3 57 5 656 23 43 0 46 126 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 9 16 284 30 304 37 29 42 117 132 1000
11 Jharkhand 14 48 50 11 57 50 47 52 36 635 1000
12 Karnataka 209 27 62 34 255 127 83 46 48 109 1000
13 Kerala 149 22 127 44 246 82 60 58 37 175 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 83 29 94 38 203 65 34 14 164 276 1000
15 Maharashtra 261 58 115 20 134 100 83 66 107 56 1000
16 Meghalaya 0 0 0 0 196 401 262 0 97 44 1000
17 Orissa 204 57 85 17 243 69 101 31 67 126 1000
18 Punjab 87 19 74 10 199 41 20 14 41 495 1000
19 Rajasthan 60 55 91 27 244 115 57 42 123 186 1000
20 Sikkim 0 0 0 0 380 0 0 0 90 530 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 218 23 90 33 238 94 54 8 119 123 1000
22 Uttaranchal 44 4 174 3 171 68 45 23 30 438 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 84 12 144 15 255 73 31 7 77 302 1000
24 West Bengal 39 0 248 59 204 136 102 33 92 87 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 353 78 101 29 209 0 0 230 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 352 0 60 0 27 152 59 323 27 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 0 0 0 762 238 0 0 0 0 0 1000
Overall 125 21 109 28 217 94 83 25 90 208 1000
3291 559 2878 6729 5708 2463 2183 657 2377 5496 26338
1087 297 1106 2490 2429 1035 679 241 938 2470 10518
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
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Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
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Table (15.7) : Per 1000 distribution of casual labour employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Urban (ps) male
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 205 14 78 20 228 114 115 31 43 152 1000
2 Assam 0 0 66 3 178 163 335 31 76 148 1000
3 Bihar 31 9 92 8 112 199 71 7 97 374 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 15 20 146 12 115 201 17 1 439 34 1000
5 Delhi 0 0 13 4 41 10 919 7 0 6 1000
6 Goa 0 151 27 0 30 105 70 0 143 474 1000
7 Gujarat 55 15 108 9 260 31 78 6 25 413 1000
8 Haryana 49 7 158 67 276 62 78 12 59 232 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 42 3 55 0 673 24 41 0 34 128 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 0 17 291 22 311 39 23 34 122 141 1000
11 Jharkhand 11 61 63 14 72 61 56 66 26 570 1000
12 Karnataka 160 28 49 42 281 147 88 56 45 104 1000
13 Kerala 146 25 110 47 283 77 73 11 27 201 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 78 32 107 39 209 71 38 16 161 249 1000
15 Maharashtra 163 72 127 26 164 123 99 91 82 53 1000
16 Meghalaya 0 0 0 0 227 457 305 0 11 0 1000
17 Orissa 203 55 86 19 228 76 113 30 54 136 1000
18 Punjab 102 22 73 11 228 49 23 16 36 440 1000
19 Rajasthan 55 57 83 30 263 124 63 38 112 175 1000
20 Sikkim 0 0 0 0 443 0 0 0 70 487 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 188 25 75 42 284 122 75 7 98 84 1000
22 Uttaranchal 37 4 187 3 171 46 48 25 31 448 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 88 13 143 15 260 77 33 8 71 292 1000
24 West Bengal 40 0 275 59 227 142 116 34 33 74 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 353 78 101 29 209 0 0 230 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 238 0 70 0 32 179 69 380 32 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 0 0 0 762 238 0 0 0 0 0 1000
Overall 107 23 113 30 233 102 96 25 72 199 1000
2325 503 2464 5292 5087 2228 2104 542 1574 4334 21823
756 261 953 1970 2192 945 651 213 697 2012 8893
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
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insurance
Community
services
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Table (15.8) : Per 1000 distribution of casual labour employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Urban (ps) female
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 231 1 67 21 232 126 28 46 80 168 1000
2 Assam 96 35 35 0 32 0 1 0 714 87 1000
3 Bihar 37 0 13 0 238 65 0 0 409 238 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 123 0 81 0 305 95 0 0 298 98 1000
5 Delhi 0 0 283 0 297 179 0 0 198 43 1000
6 Goa 98 0 0 0 119 44 0 0 0 739 1000
7 Gujarat 0 1 1 0 187 54 0 2 278 477 1000
8 Haryana 14 0 0 0 302 0 0 22 177 485 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 0 0 117 153 162 0 117 0 398 53 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 137 0 191 141 205 0 120 151 38 17 1000
11 Jharkhand 22 0 3 0 1 9 12 0 72 881 1000
12 Karnataka 411 21 111 0 148 45 60 2 64 138 1000
13 Kerala 164 6 209 25 75 107 0 279 85 50 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 106 16 34 34 178 39 13 8 179 393 1000
15 Maharashtra 523 22 82 3 55 39 41 0 173 62 1000
16 Meghalaya 0 0 0 0 0 42 0 0 641 317 1000
17 Orissa 214 70 77 0 370 7 0 36 177 49 1000
18 Punjab 0 6 83 0 38 0 6 0 70 797 1000
19 Rajasthan 97 42 159 2 82 41 10 67 211 289 1000
20 Sikkim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 213 787 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 295 18 127 10 121 25 3 10 174 217 1000
22 Uttaranchal 129 0 0 0 161 365 0 2 16 327 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 20 0 156 17 175 3 0 0 161 468 1000
24 West Bengal 31 0 85 64 68 99 17 26 441 169 1000
25 Chandigarh
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 1000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1000
28 Pondicherry
Overall 214 12 92 14 138 52 18 25 178 257 1000
966 56 415 1437 621 235 79 115 803 1162 4515
331 36 153 520 237 90 28 28 241 458 1625
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
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Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (15.9) : Per 1000 distribution of casual labour employed in broad industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 Andhra Pradesh 466 36 82 74 6 4 332 1000
2 Assam 367 40 98 136 29 50 280 1000
3 Bihar 471 29 93 110 20 31 246 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 591 5 85 98 4 17 200 1000
5 Delhi 503 18 70 345 3 38 23 1000
6 Goa 295 66 178 322 15 1 123 1000
7 Gujarat 523 36 84 104 6 40 207 1000
8 Haryana 533 20 125 112 13 37 160 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 486 27 295 57 13 10 112 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 390 9 212 64 10 14 301 1000
11 Jharkhand 529 50 132 78 20 45 146 1000
12 Karnataka 428 24 68 116 12 34 318 1000
13 Kerala 380 47 86 48 11 8 420 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 429 48 106 77 37 66 237 1000
15 Maharashtra 514 26 61 98 13 15 273 1000
16 Meghalaya 473 6 159 84 116 11 151 1000
17 Orissa 418 36 136 170 10 25 205 1000
18 Punjab 479 34 167 56 8 30 226 1000
19 Rajasthan 410 57 82 104 12 25 310 1000
20 Sikkim 610 8 197 18 0 0 167 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 442 31 70 99 13 20 325 1000
22 Uttaranchal 446 27 180 85 6 16 240 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 581 32 74 77 9 23 204 1000
24 West Bengal 627 35 81 120 12 31 94 1000
25 Chandigarh 377 16 220 192 44 40 111 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 271 59 51 195 80 17 327 1000
28 Pondicherry 243 126 222 264 60 7 78 1000
Overall 494 33 89 100 14 27 243 1000
189970 12867 34080 236917 5277 10542 93139 384439
34411 2376 8664 45451 1214 1869 16522 72744
134
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
All
Table (16.1) : Per 1000 distribution of persons employed in various types of enterprises by usual principal status for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Proprietary Partnership Government/
public sector
Public/private
Ltd. Co.
Co-operative
society / trust
Employer
households
Others
Rural
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 Andhra Pradesh 469 39 57 61 3 3 368 1000
2 Assam 362 38 81 131 31 54 303 1000
3 Bihar 472 28 87 112 19 32 250 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 607 5 62 97 3 18 208 1000
5 Delhi 479 87 197 146 9 37 45 1000
6 Goa 226 74 147 319 17 2 215 1000
7 Gujarat 582 22 57 61 3 35 240 1000
8 Haryana 542 14 104 106 15 47 172 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 495 28 283 59 14 8 113 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 375 7 222 71 11 15 299 1000
11 Jharkhand 563 51 108 67 19 51 141 1000
12 Karnataka 470 23 42 88 8 32 337 1000
13 Kerala 362 48 87 54 13 10 426 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 451 57 90 55 31 79 237 1000
15 Maharashtra 593 18 30 34 11 4 310 1000
16 Meghalaya 505 0 125 72 140 12 146 1000
17 Orissa 426 34 120 166 10 27 217 1000
18 Punjab 535 27 80 56 6 38 258 1000
19 Rajasthan 426 53 58 86 12 30 335 1000
20 Sikkim 648 4 140 14 0 0 194 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 452 24 61 67 10 12 374 1000
22 Uttaranchal 478 22 153 75 6 20 246 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 592 32 66 71 7 24 208 1000
24 West Bengal 681 32 43 78 7 36 123 1000
25 Chandigarh 520 72 110 51 0 58 189 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 287 92 32 131 78 10 370 1000
28 Pondicherry 436 44 175 206 72 0 67 1000
Overall 517 32 69 77 12 28 265 1000
148259 9228 19867 177354 3412 8008 75979 286878
21155 1290 3733 26178 562 1074 9956 41199
135
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
All
Table (16.2) : Per 1000 distribution of persons employed in various types of enterprises by usual principal status for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Proprietary Partnership Government/
public sector
Public/private
Ltd. Co.
Co-operative
society / trust
Employer
households
Others
Urban
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 Andhra Pradesh 451 22 189 129 20 9 180 1000
2 Assam 409 56 269 187 19 11 49 1000
3 Bihar 470 35 152 94 33 20 196 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 473 4 256 104 5 10 148 1000
5 Delhi 504 14 62 358 3 38 21 1000
6 Goa 341 60 200 323 14 0 62 1000
7 Gujarat 424 58 128 177 11 48 154 1000
8 Haryana 517 29 163 122 9 20 140 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 371 18 434 41 7 25 104 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 470 21 160 29 4 5 311 1000
11 Jharkhand 323 43 278 145 25 8 178 1000
12 Karnataka 315 26 135 192 22 39 271 1000
13 Kerala 427 45 84 33 7 1 403 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 351 19 162 155 59 20 234 1000
15 Maharashtra 335 43 133 245 20 40 184 1000
16 Meghalaya 311 38 326 139 0 7 179 1000
17 Orissa 356 51 244 198 9 13 129 1000
18 Punjab 398 45 294 57 11 19 176 1000
19 Rajasthan 353 69 170 168 12 10 218 1000
20 Sikkim 449 26 446 38 0 0 41 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 426 41 84 150 20 33 246 1000
22 Uttaranchal 340 42 269 119 8 5 217 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 530 28 111 99 15 18 199 1000
24 West Bengal 526 41 151 198 22 21 41 1000
25 Chandigarh 354 7 238 215 52 38 96 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 251 19 74 271 82 25 278 1000
28 Pondicherry 165 159 240 288 55 10 83 1000
Overall 428 37 146 168 19 26 176 1000
41712 3639 14213 59564 1865 2534 17159 97561
13256 1086 4931 19273 652 795 6566 31545
136
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
All
Table (16.3) : Per 1000 distribution of persons employed in various types of enterprises by usual principal status for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Proprietary Partnership Government/
public sector
Public/private
Ltd. Co.
Co-operative
society / trust
Employer
households
Others
Rural + Urban
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 566 13 41 10 74 138 45 27 29 57 1000
2 Assam 559 22 42 2 44 205 46 16 26 38 1000
3 Bihar 553 10 74 8 39 131 21 19 59 86 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 746 2 32 16 12 83 10 5 19 75 1000
5 Delhi 20 0 201 3 101 191 267 95 106 16 1000
6 Goa 91 20 66 18 31 226 23 41 248 236 1000
7 Gujarat 552 11 78 2 75 122 46 9 53 52 1000
8 Haryana 506 6 50 16 30 173 55 46 66 52 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 659 6 29 5 27 143 38 21 44 28 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 473 5 166 13 29 160 69 2 24 59 1000
11 Jharkhand 689 18 68 12 22 75 31 6 26 53 1000
12 Karnataka 632 4 76 2 54 143 25 29 16 19 1000
13 Kerala 350 9 99 18 146 204 89 34 25 26 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 660 19 43 9 36 96 12 34 47 44 1000
15 Maharashtra 721 8 41 10 20 99 37 12 36 16 1000
16 Meghalaya 823 13 0 6 6 100 25 0 14 13 1000
17 Orissa 610 17 45 8 38 172 44 20 25 21 1000
18 Punjab 550 12 99 7 109 102 14 20 25 62 1000
19 Rajasthan 613 35 49 4 61 126 36 19 28 29 1000
20 Sikkim 409 0 205 0 67 166 48 0 55 50 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 465 6 176 9 56 125 45 37 50 31 1000
22 Uttaranchal 669 7 7 2 27 126 27 28 22 85 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 660 13 59 9 57 82 21 10 25 64 1000
24 West Bengal 393 1 218 11 58 136 56 22 59 46 1000
25 Chandigarh 135 0 59 0 62 401 144 51 22 126 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 360 0 16 0 0 552 34 29 9 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 194 144 83 197 123 0 175 35 49 0 1000
Overall 580 11 83 9 52 120 38 21 39 47 1000
110244 2070 15808 128122 9964 22866 7272 3943 7324 8850 189970
16682 438 2828 19948 1945 5863 1477 1121 1642 2064 34411
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
137
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (17.1) : Per 1000 distribution of persons employed in proprietary type of enterprises in various industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 539 9 102 0 50 136 75 30 36 23 1000
2 Assam 470 0 13 0 46 4 58 205 186 18 1000
3 Bihar 392 88 76 5 73 34 72 15 132 113 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 443 0 37 0 176 105 0 167 25 47 1000
5 Delhi 53 0 144 0 38 693 13 17 42 0 1000
6 Goa 129 118 29 0 157 0 0 0 347 220 1000
7 Gujarat 251 2 478 1 91 110 29 2 8 28 1000
8 Haryana 258 36 26 72 62 27 77 405 30 7 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 718 0 0 0 109 86 74 12 1 0 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 3 0 0 9 421 329 2 0 200 36 1000
11 Jharkhand 186 12 199 0 80 184 111 42 5 181 1000
12 Karnataka 405 4 231 58 8 95 0 35 52 112 1000
13 Kerala 432 0 25 0 4 230 11 214 70 14 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 567 8 10 47 162 151 1 0 22 32 1000
15 Maharashtra 467 0 114 72 92 116 12 47 76 4 1000
16 Meghalaya 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1000 0 1000
17 Orissa 395 194 120 13 109 65 15 47 25 17 1000
18 Punjab 278 7 96 0 86 195 44 16 140 138 1000
19 Rajasthan 398 146 78 0 94 152 35 40 23 34 1000
20 Sikkim 372 0 384 0 0 0 0 0 244 0 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 337 0 378 25 7 73 28 10 40 102 1000
22 Uttaranchal 147 135 207 0 2 112 74 16 68 239 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 405 22 155 24 109 32 10 24 37 182 1000
24 West Bengal 170 0 174 2 188 193 187 20 38 28 1000
25 Chandigarh 145 0 199 0 0 621 35 0 0 0 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 841 0 0 0 0 74 85 0 0 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 341 0 0 481 0 0 178 0 0 0 1000
Overall 392 32 147 20 91 116 46 40 50 66 1000
5038 409 1886 7332 1175 1491 588 510 646 864 12867
706 83 365 1154 242 314 145 110 165 208 2376
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
138
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (17.2) : Per 1000 distribution of persons employed in partnership type of enterprises in various industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 49 52 114 58 49 27 68 90 166 327 1000
2 Assam 55 5 31 48 47 14 67 85 410 238 1000
3 Bihar 79 21 21 64 152 6 25 55 339 238 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 66 120 12 70 48 44 17 40 447 136 1000
5 Delhi 9 0 11 241 3 24 114 47 551 0 1000
6 Goa 33 0 10 128 16 0 36 58 129 590 1000
7 Gujarat 37 2 9 19 181 49 17 65 316 305 1000
8 Haryana 55 4 37 77 45 21 54 69 490 148 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 77 6 30 88 234 3 40 40 366 116 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 162 2 12 122 103 1 3 30 311 254 1000
11 Jharkhand 65 250 70 51 29 24 15 13 433 50 1000
12 Karnataka 52 9 72 54 130 64 45 32 349 193 1000
13 Kerala 99 0 56 59 15 94 45 90 351 191 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 210 63 79 47 82 42 18 14 219 226 1000
15 Maharashtra 40 50 17 107 45 17 199 48 365 112 1000
16 Meghalaya 263 34 0 4 97 0 0 47 310 245 1000
17 Orissa 84 20 64 32 140 18 103 23 429 87 1000
18 Punjab 29 8 31 196 19 0 10 38 158 511 1000
19 Rajasthan 39 35 24 75 112 4 26 20 409 256 1000
20 Sikkim 46 0 446 3 36 51 0 0 6 412 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 76 1 22 64 65 35 85 47 437 168 1000
22 Uttaranchal 44 31 11 27 124 11 38 4 575 135 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 84 18 32 60 82 37 44 30 293 320 1000
24 West Bengal 45 11 53 38 16 26 75 54 431 251 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 0 78 1 0 11 82 827 1 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 282 0 0 144 0 0 188 300 86 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 67 37 133 331 27 89 86 0 230 0 1000
Overall 74 33 44 67 81 28 56 45 340 232 1000
2538 1120 1515 5173 2769 940 1901 1531 11570 7913 34080
521 251 377 1149 614 194 523 398 3242 1972 8664
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
139
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (17.3) : Per 1000 distribution of persons employed in Govt/public sector type of enterprises in various industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 123 52 294 46 37 72 86 67 57 166 1000
2 Assam 485 24 101 8 48 48 31 53 45 157 1000
3 Bihar 271 71 137 9 101 69 42 51 106 143 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 311 141 104 4 157 42 76 0 111 54 1000
5 Delhi 1 1 118 1 41 418 231 117 67 5 1000
6 Goa 1 72 419 3 7 181 18 38 46 215 1000
7 Gujarat 48 9 329 14 76 97 39 27 309 52 1000
8 Haryana 116 44 234 45 226 55 98 48 79 55 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 177 0 122 50 196 146 58 17 36 198 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 70 33 200 1 267 99 43 6 114 167 1000
11 Jharkhand 221 139 185 38 120 7 20 36 90 144 1000
12 Karnataka 144 20 373 24 178 91 66 26 51 27 1000
13 Kerala 14 2 339 20 55 54 103 229 75 109 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 207 45 134 41 172 44 126 23 100 108 1000
15 Maharashtra 57 9 334 25 58 133 76 201 64 43 1000
16 Meghalaya 316 0 0 89 16 89 49 0 441 0 1000
17 Orissa 307 61 270 18 121 48 54 59 51 11 1000
18 Punjab 96 14 179 22 239 21 102 92 62 173 1000
19 Rajasthan 212 93 161 15 175 68 52 95 56 73 1000
20 Sikkim 0 0 610 0 0 0 0 0 0 390 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 82 24 261 70 81 67 117 83 122 93 1000
22 Uttaranchal 25 12 404 31 90 50 100 24 173 91 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 266 14 197 39 178 34 42 22 57 151 1000
24 West Bengal 215 0 359 55 47 43 26 106 81 68 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 692 0 0 1 282 12 13 0 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 59 0 136 161 12 176 84 370 0 2 1000
28 Pondicherry 233 31 129 419 73 0 0 115 0 0 1000
Overall 179 34 244 31 108 83 71 73 89 88 1000
6921 1326 9391 17638 4156 3192 2752 2797 3444 3398 38564
1020 276 1768 3064 1040 651 631 500 788 754 7688
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
140
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (17.4) : Per 1000 distribution of persons employed in public/private ltd co. type of enterprises in various industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 149 0 29 0 298 71 51 0 207 195 1000
2 Assam 294 5 80 6 56 284 21 99 126 29 1000
3 Bihar 130 6 101 89 119 40 49 37 296 133 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 116 272 204 18 0 0 0 27 339 24 1000
5 Delhi 0 0 0 171 0 0 0 16 813 0 1000
6 Goa 248 0 0 0 0 0 0 244 492 16 1000
7 Gujarat 58 0 0 90 269 22 131 0 34 396 1000
8 Haryana 55 68 269 195 271 0 57 12 59 14 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 130 0 0 45 343 365 0 0 104 13 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 0 0 86 189 335 18 105 0 267 0 1000
11 Jharkhand 186 0 0 0 172 20 56 51 124 391 1000
12 Karnataka 24 73 106 38 48 38 5 40 425 203 1000
13 Kerala 149 0 15 0 0 98 0 360 377 1 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 175 82 74 10 67 78 7 28 367 112 1000
15 Maharashtra 102 46 52 48 54 86 45 124 367 76 1000
16 Meghalaya 987 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 4 0 1000
17 Orissa 12 195 263 26 192 57 71 28 149 7 1000
18 Punjab 6 54 0 0 270 0 30 34 28 578 1000
19 Rajasthan 131 222 40 27 114 55 30 38 204 139 1000
20 Sikkim
21 Tamil Nadu 79 38 117 52 126 75 106 46 262 99 1000
22 Uttaranchal 430 0 21 0 188 31 10 9 159 152 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 138 0 91 265 114 80 22 1 171 118 1000
24 West Bengal 109 81 80 29 38 88 0 0 573 2 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 0 0 0 0 728 157 0 115 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 250 0 0 0 0 513 55 132 50 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 0 530 318 0 0 132 0 0 20 0 1000
Overall 152 53 79 57 103 78 36 44 282 116 1000
800 280 415 1494 546 413 189 234 1487 615 5277
147 53 122 322 119 95 66 71 342 152 1214
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
141
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (17.5) : Per 1000 distribution of persons employed in co-operative society type of enterprises in various industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 108 120 0 95 217 35 0 0 190 235 1000
2 Assam 506 76 0 0 83 2 24 10 82 217 1000
3 Bihar 428 31 0 20 140 48 45 22 78 188 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 437 49 12 0 13 132 0 0 340 17 1000
5 Delhi 7 0 0 0 0 0 21 19 953 0 1000
6 Goa 1000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1000
7 Gujarat 180 0 20 14 34 12 12 0 304 424 1000
8 Haryana 345 16 67 25 147 90 111 37 109 53 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 178 0 498 0 120 143 10 0 36 15 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 0 0 0 4 416 163 77 0 10 330 1000
11 Jharkhand 515 0 18 4 2 22 0 0 95 344 1000
12 Karnataka 418 77 46 1 23 167 50 92 21 105 1000
13 Kerala 404 0 0 0 62 0 23 49 223 239 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 728 7 14 0 44 24 3 2 109 69 1000
15 Maharashtra 76 19 65 2 41 66 57 0 114 560 1000
16 Meghalaya 892 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 108 1000
17 Orissa 565 44 25 68 48 33 43 10 90 74 1000
18 Punjab 391 12 20 3 69 23 47 19 41 375 1000
19 Rajasthan 626 27 45 0 69 105 1 0 41 86 1000
20 Sikkim
21 Tamil Nadu 189 1 69 0 155 91 13 4 217 261 1000
22 Uttaranchal 122 0 0 0 41 211 79 0 486 61 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 241 29 57 6 305 120 77 9 89 67 1000
24 West Bengal 674 0 30 1 68 22 9 0 131 65 1000
25 Chandigarh 0 0 0 0 0 5 9 71 915 0 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 386 0 0 0 0 594 0 0 20 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 0 0 0 0 0 500 0 500 0 0 1000
Overall 429 23 31 8 95 59 30 13 138 174 1000
4525 245 322 5092 1001 625 314 135 1456 1836 10542
553 44 87 684 195 197 84 34 314 335 1869
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
142
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (17.6) : Per 1000 distribution of persons employed in employer household type of enterprises in various industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 701 14 27 5 56 35 25 2 53 82 1000
2 Assam 381 7 58 1 75 27 80 6 151 214 1000
3 Bihar 245 19 48 6 72 41 32 11 95 431 1000
4 Chhatisgarh 738 19 30 0 25 29 1 7 120 31 1000
5 Delhi 42 0 233 23 79 494 21 7 39 62 1000
6 Goa 188 90 27 0 0 86 53 0 60 496 1000
7 Gujarat 518 6 27 4 33 58 18 7 62 267 1000
8 Haryana 263 15 37 7 159 71 71 7 120 250 1000
9 Himachal Pradesh 528 17 8 2 255 69 20 0 14 87 1000
10 Jammu & Kashmir 183 14 22 3 186 44 101 2 43 402 1000
11 Jharkhand 392 31 82 0 83 30 2 9 85 286 1000
12 Karnataka 573 27 43 2 87 46 37 14 33 138 1000
13 Kerala 394 7 56 58 105 61 77 24 57 161 1000
14 Madhya Pradesh 443 42 24 2 160 50 4 7 50 218 1000
15 Maharashtra 636 13 98 11 27 36 22 14 64 79 1000
16 Meghalaya 511 80 0 0 9 71 204 0 85 40 1000
17 Orissa 460 111 42 16 136 12 12 10 35 166 1000
18 Punjab 151 16 61 4 136 30 32 3 46 521 1000
19 Rajasthan 376 122 78 4 142 28 14 2 67 167 1000
20 Sikkim 87 0 350 0 241 129 148 0 1 44 1000
21 Tamil Nadu 529 6 67 15 121 76 32 2 70 82 1000
22 Uttaranchal 314 4 80 7 256 70 24 12 16 217 1000
23 Uttar Pradesh 350 15 46 51 173 42 17 13 75 218 1000
24 West Bengal 495 21 63 1 146 63 60 13 61 77 1000
25 Chandigarh 4 0 5 1 36 63 0 0 365 526 1000
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 529 24 47 1 0 236 57 86 20 0 1000
28 Pondicherry 0 0 133 687 90 90 0 0 0 0 1000
Overall 481 26 53 14 101 45 28 9 67 176 1000
44760 2456 4921 52137 9399 4199 2643 808 6213 16470 93139
5850 404 977 7231 2130 947 605 243 1271 3899 16522
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
143
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (17.7) : Per 1000 distribution of persons employed in other type of enterprises in various industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 482 500 448 454 505 758 688 505 433 428 508
2 Assam 702 862 683 459 840 949 892 563 658 461 704
3 Bihar 709 421 526 639 453 831 502 410 468 424 586
4 Chhatisgarh 543 192 590 584 643 728 825 536 339 735 549
5 Delhi 924 407 599 106 623 886 625 535 579 888 672
6 Goa 655 288 193 211 521 555 626 388 623 226 380
7 Gujarat 839 653 385 516 780 849 808 656 423 347 671
8 Haryana 892 442 446 383 580 928 666 467 511 473 694
9 Himachal Pradesh 951 906 805 591 809 952 697 668 587 554 822
10 Jammu & Kashmir 695 465 854 240 473 900 814 627 220 355 570
11 Jharkhand 883 245 418 562 564 924 849 471 527 637 720
12 Karnataka 870 744 559 258 745 886 724 737 639 734 790
13 Kerala 641 520 511 634 786 760 745 656 427 399 627
14 Madhya Pradesh 775 839 712 614 588 834 681 809 663 611 730
15 Maharashtra 745 509 454 539 529 818 604 472 462 502 663
16 Meghalaya 675 512 937 143 656 623 0 447 412 615
17 Orissa 817 332 324 623 482 865 499 513 610 483 657
18 Punjab 841 545 611 155 743 864 514 602 456 333 614
19 Rajasthan 611 377 474 446 449 772 636 486 380 446 542
20 Sikkim 978 523 0 621 848 749 955 302 700
21 Tamil Nadu 566 421 552 424 542 771 499 629 450 478 558
22 Uttaranchal 973 463 302 617 717 951 885 795 566 816 805
23 Uttar Pradesh 851 719 574 543 631 857 673 558 561 600 743
24 West Bengal 775 800 722 589 838 920 790 508 626 571 745
25 Chandigarh 492 24 835 830 916 472 334 144 578 409
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 877 1000 9 9 0 783 531 230 503 656
28 Pondicherry 508 0 322 597 227 631 516 1000 0 452
Overall 730 513 553 501 617 841 668 556 513 501 658
127690 4059 18943 150692 17909 28348 10465 5539 16495 20033 252994
19257 801 3593 23651 3814 6956 2330 1543 3853 4848 47752
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
144
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (18.1) : Per 1000 distribution of persons employed in enterprises having less than 10 workers in various industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 30 16 30 35 28 21 25 86 79 78 37
2 Assam 2 35 154 120 18 43 25 325 75 55 44
3 Bihar 17 135 30 0 48 7 77 26 73 14 29
4 Chhatisgarh 12 357 35 17 78 15 0 0 14 14 26
5 Delhi 0 0 325 14 169 1 320 254 11 0 158
6 Goa 58 0 12 0 319 0 0 36 9 59 35
7 Gujarat 6 6 17 54 24 0 1 0 31 17 12
8 Haryana 2 0 119 84 37 7 73 35 95 52 39
9 Himachal Pradesh 34 88 123 158 88 0 157 81 240 202 91
10 Jammu & Kashmir 2 0 24 2 64 4 1 236 188 20 36
11 Jharkhand 19 20 19 118 42 21 13 92 213 12 40
12 Karnataka 15 34 90 292 72 33 22 116 81 68 43
13 Kerala 11 219 100 12 20 28 0 85 98 39 36
14 Madhya Pradesh 15 1 11 58 24 8 16 34 16 10 15
15 Maharashtra 6 10 48 50 9 27 22 124 38 7 20
16 Meghalaya 0 0 0 71 0 169 0 38 136 21
17 Orissa 22 131 77 71 50 36 41 120 65 9 44
18 Punjab 15 122 48 35 35 26 0 246 33 112 54
19 Rajasthan 35 6 25 42 16 11 15 68 74 11 29
20 Sikkim 0 46 0 0 30 0 0 61 25
21 Tamil Nadu 23 72 66 66 10 15 99 84 61 36 39
22 Uttaranchal 13 0 17 94 88 8 9 66 76 40 35
23 Uttar Pradesh 15 7 41 86 18 19 40 41 34 46 25
24 West Bengal 12 0 35 55 37 9 74 73 37 80 31
25 Chandigarh 42 0 0 0 18 0 11 0 0 6
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 39 0 120 0 0 87 93 123 477 79
28 Pondicherry 0 91 52 37 0 0 0 0 0 26
Overall 16 50 53 63 32 17 62 97 57 40 32
2769 396 1830 4996 928 567 970 964 1824 1611 12300
440 82 385 907 322 159 127 181 546 428 2758
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
145
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (18.2) : Per 1000 distribution of persons employed in enterprises having 10-19 workers in various industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 74 181 72 155 10 31 50 70 24 120 70
2 Assam 140 35 83 315 120 4 63 72 78 28 94
3 Bihar 2 168 101 97 93 21 99 172 38 37 40
4 Chhatisgarh 69 32 42 22 67 21 13 0 14 21 53
5 Delhi 22 593 76 847 183 112 43 208 347 94 155
6 Goa 84 183 566 623 149 122 228 400 293 81 235
7 Gujarat 2 52 403 95 41 41 126 130 115 45 74
8 Haryana 5 394 204 129 154 25 129 288 98 85 84
9 Himachal Pradesh 10 0 66 86 49 16 23 143 50 26 30
10 Jammu & Kashmir 14 0 0 0 62 0 0 0 16 7 14
11 Jharkhand 32 437 242 249 229 31 67 120 151 55 102
12 Karnataka 21 90 226 156 52 40 170 70 123 64 64
13 Kerala 33 39 128 164 10 39 60 96 121 86 62
14 Madhya Pradesh 14 23 3 123 99 11 126 17 39 24 28
15 Maharashtra 5 283 228 51 181 26 199 149 309 59 74
16 Meghalaya 198 488 0 426 0 0 0 85 0 161
17 Orissa 18 348 358 150 211 46 235 211 172 32 118
18 Punjab 19 148 190 712 31 14 129 64 279 99 102
19 Rajasthan 4 36 42 90 5 2 14 0 33 56 18
20 Sikkim 0 165 1000 45 0 0 32 534 120
21 Tamil Nadu 54 219 159 162 45 55 127 142 180 166 98
22 Uttaranchal 5 401 289 229 46 20 21 112 257 29 78
23 Uttar Pradesh 9 102 116 90 64 22 45 56 79 71 40
24 West Bengal 33 159 183 269 25 10 86 289 225 129 101
25 Chandigarh 0 119 6 0 37 342 585 463 35 232
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 0 0 171 0 0 0 0 56 0 16
28 Pondicherry 90 482 626 335 309 369 343 0 672 347
Overall 28 147 171 169 68 30 101 132 131 69 67
4860 1166 5843 11869 1978 998 1584 1314 4207 2744 25878
590 237 1054 1881 430 210 362 245 919 604 4887
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
146
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (18.3) : Per 1000 distribution of persons employed in enterprises having 20 & more workers in various industry group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 421 511 601 670 320 715 710 729 756 624 515
2 Assam 679 771 758 814 719 889 826 351 603 718 702
3 Bihar 181 335 590 748 241 686 668 771 605 388 381
4 Chhatisgarh 186 488 544 590 500 706 651 645 574 313 315
5 Delhi 918 1000 986 964 990 1000 997 999 995 969 993
6 Goa 686 640 922 1000 546 782 1000 1000 859 768 813
7 Gujarat 560 256 746 662 448 919 795 891 767 645 650
8 Haryana 589 925 721 714 442 858 651 810 766 620 666
9 Himachal Pradesh 855 1000 915 997 646 854 893 991 901 820 844
10 Jammu & Kashmir 562 422 878 825 589 902 874 914 816 798 729
11 Jharkhand 167 671 376 580 257 664 692 816 731 294 346
12 Karnataka 353 569 678 696 359 683 707 757 793 486 484
13 Kerala 561 510 836 940 604 874 715 933 797 641 700
14 Madhya Pradesh 343 412 443 687 394 733 732 887 744 549 463
15 Maharashtra 495 504 736 826 594 854 752 950 846 783 622
16 Meghalaya 257 158 1000 554 926 721 1000 870 864 441
17 Orissa 283 400 605 644 372 787 798 775 831 492 474
18 Punjab 751 574 779 970 306 867 847 966 902 674 715
19 Rajasthan 208 165 428 819 220 600 759 699 625 513 348
20 Sikkim 800 659 1000 472 608 323 822 970 702
21 Tamil Nadu 346 486 751 781 530 803 779 895 818 727 582
22 Uttaranchal 778 961 962 964 308 858 773 971 875 790 771
23 Uttar Pradesh 598 417 654 586 381 771 743 841 665 533 592
24 West Bengal 669 521 809 958 596 929 698 860 935 888 773
25 Chandigarh 992 1000 1000 299 979 873 1000 1000 665 921
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 832 1000 890 1000 1000 809 786 978 1000 855
28 Pondicherry 916 1000 886 941 945 1000 1000 1000 1000 949
Overall 442 419 697 751 418 799 759 832 763 584 564
77358 3309 23888 104555 12115 26952 11888 8287 24507 23337 216902
11848 765 4564 17177 2637 6523 2660 2040 6046 5793 44050
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
147
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (19.1) : Per 1000 distribution of persons employed in enterprises perennial in nature group for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 555 296 315 329 293 222 212 195 175 177 404
2 Assam 316 170 205 186 201 82 161 559 382 255 277
3 Bihar 777 571 366 197 563 253 295 180 337 505 548
4 Chhatisgarh 774 68 415 37 168 213 223 240 315 442 593
5 Delhi 79 0 14 36 10 0 2 0 3 18 6
6 Goa 314 316 73 0 420 155 0 0 81 219 162
7 Gujarat 428 624 101 313 275 41 99 82 158 191 270
8 Haryana 364 75 208 176 465 127 253 108 116 304 267
9 Himachal Pradesh 114 0 35 3 66 129 42 9 46 120 88
10 Jammu & Kashmir 431 566 109 10 118 49 67 0 118 105 192
11 Jharkhand 820 253 597 331 534 329 278 184 261 451 598
12 Karnataka 629 299 301 298 553 284 213 219 152 455 481
13 Kerala 299 18 30 6 98 15 29 47 144 225 153
14 Madhya Pradesh 546 391 349 313 324 130 114 95 112 300 397
15 Maharashtra 489 476 254 167 306 126 200 31 114 194 356
16 Meghalaya 743 768 0 446 74 279 0 130 114 556
17 Orissa 675 520 306 298 545 174 155 118 133 338 465
18 Punjab 192 336 72 10 111 60 47 24 54 190 144
19 Rajasthan 755 682 514 92 609 373 154 205 264 384 576
20 Sikkim 200 333 0 528 392 677 178 30 296
21 Tamil Nadu 642 461 166 155 354 172 106 80 137 237 374
22 Uttaranchal 202 39 9 1 122 98 192 23 61 117 133
23 Uttar Pradesh 370 376 289 181 342 180 194 121 258 248 315
24 West Bengal 327 479 163 41 304 49 253 110 51 43 201
25 Chandigarh 8 0 0 0 21 127 0 0 30 26
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 168 0 110 0 0 191 214 22 0 145
28 Pondicherry 84 0 114 59 55 0 0 0 0 51
Overall 525 438 241 167 359 156 168 127 176 281 367
91798 3463 8246 103508 10427 5274 2636 1267 5670 11220 141173
12827 611 1541 14979 2280 1408 631 333 1246 2474 23588
148
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (19.2) : Per 1000 distribution of persons employed in enterprises seasonal in nature for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 23 193 84 1 387 63 79 76 69 199 80
2 Assam 5 59 37 0 80 29 13 91 15 27 22
3 Bihar 42 94 43 55 196 61 36 49 58 108 70
4 Chhatisgarh 40 444 41 374 333 81 126 115 110 245 92
5 Delhi 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 13 1
6 Goa 0 44 5 0 33 63 0 0 61 13 25
7 Gujarat 12 119 153 25 277 40 106 26 75 164 80
8 Haryana 47 0 70 110 93 14 95 81 118 76 67
9 Himachal Pradesh 31 0 49 0 288 18 65 0 54 60 68
10 Jammu & Kashmir 7 12 14 166 293 49 60 86 66 97 80
11 Jharkhand 13 76 27 89 209 7 30 0 8 256 56
12 Karnataka 18 132 21 6 89 33 79 24 55 60 35
13 Kerala 141 473 135 54 299 112 256 21 59 134 147
14 Madhya Pradesh 111 197 208 0 282 137 153 18 143 151 140
15 Maharashtra 16 20 10 7 100 20 48 19 40 23 22
16 Meghalaya 0 74 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 3
17 Orissa 42 80 88 57 82 39 47 107 36 170 61
18 Punjab 57 90 148 20 583 73 105 10 44 136 141
19 Rajasthan 37 153 58 89 171 27 87 96 111 103 76
20 Sikkim 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
21 Tamil Nadu 12 53 83 63 116 26 116 24 45 36 44
22 Uttaranchal 20 0 29 35 570 44 35 6 64 93 96
23 Uttar Pradesh 31 207 57 234 277 48 64 38 77 219 94
24 West Bengal 5 0 27 1 100 23 49 30 13 69 26
25 Chandigarh 0 0 0 701 0 0 0 0 305 53
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
28 Pondicherry 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Overall 32 143 62 82 223 44 73 41 61 135 69
5669 1133 2124 8926 6468 1500 1136 405 1964 5390 26364
804 173 419 1396 1368 330 240 104 472 1117 5106
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
149
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (19.3) : Per 1000 distribution of persons employed in enterprises ad-hoc in nature for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 21 200 101 272 69 76 162 256 245 293 91
2 Assam 172 83 204 559 81 141 181 248 475 356 228
3 Bihar 50 227 387 453 128 210 293 302 300 146 160
4 Chhatisgarh 18 280 165 116 337 62 262 414 362 96 91
5 Delhi 174 11 140 907 548 282 292 362 485 123 329
6 Goa 84 420 647 789 453 449 479 685 399 496 482
7 Gujarat 21 46 296 521 89 103 215 544 615 377 193
8 Haryana 60 492 332 356 62 32 154 410 649 257 208
9 Himachal Pradesh 45 177 356 902 181 105 379 511 817 519 268
10 Jammu & Kashmir 95 184 190 770 37 29 58 803 725 593 287
11 Jharkhand 44 518 213 295 132 126 175 352 655 92 171
12 Karnataka 25 62 238 334 68 120 198 247 476 221 115
13 Kerala 57 29 179 244 35 172 131 592 595 294 187
14 Madhya Pradesh 26 146 261 392 42 130 184 495 331 267 121
15 Maharashtra 20 159 262 485 191 216 387 647 410 190 148
16 Meghalaya 61 158 747 300 50 6 1000 507 730 165
17 Orissa 72 84 279 268 61 114 302 476 685 255 184
18 Punjab 161 164 227 845 46 115 231 758 438 421 277
19 Rajasthan 22 42 162 498 33 73 119 209 398 271 104
20 Sikkim 75 343 1000 67 93 74 84 736 237
21 Tamil Nadu 9 143 239 427 63 135 300 298 420 292 151
22 Uttaranchal 45 455 162 356 28 85 208 61 710 219 187
23 Uttar Pradesh 118 53 175 164 38 101 239 343 364 261 152
24 West Bengal 111 225 173 423 72 155 201 374 464 365 197
25 Chandigarh 0 562 158 11 1 47 412 927 150 386
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 70 0 200 991 0 19 308 328 271 149
28 Pondicherry 477 329 661 212 404 333 495 202 795 394
Overall 54 149 221 380 77 135 237 402 443 272 157
9388 1180 7579 18147 2225 4561 3709 3999 14251 10875 60430
1602 315 1655 3572 448 871 853 883 3866 2641 13794
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
150
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (20.1) : Per 1000 distribution of persons providing paid leave for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage
Rural + Urban
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
1 Andhra Pradesh 42 183 150 250 67 66 213 236 289 258 105
2 Assam 223 59 213 560 54 42 166 161 380 270 213
3 Bihar 42 178 330 543 114 67 298 255 314 164 145
4 Chhatisgarh 97 381 156 112 232 92 260 380 352 81 139
5 Delhi 174 11 141 907 540 281 289 353 373 100 309
6 Goa 150 377 645 789 647 358 479 697 432 491 480
7 Gujarat 103 29 243 322 72 184 175 453 256 223 164
8 Haryana 70 499 333 372 78 18 118 248 659 237 202
9 Himachal Pradesh 41 0 251 804 165 28 270 524 744 449 231
10 Jammu & Kashmir 126 184 198 925 49 43 69 803 736 604 308
11 Jharkhand 39 523 192 294 146 143 139 357 589 77 159
12 Karnataka 133 67 342 384 160 197 218 249 542 312 206
13 Kerala 140 29 280 215 61 125 111 304 512 294 195
14 Madhya Pradesh 46 168 305 329 37 131 138 503 324 241 128
15 Maharashtra 51 159 217 493 203 208 416 621 376 214 161
16 Meghalaya 61 158 747 300 50 45 1000 441 142 128
17 Orissa 71 106 342 205 52 79 311 375 634 306 181
18 Punjab 285 85 198 822 40 282 208 748 505 396 321
19 Rajasthan 149 111 126 469 130 132 111 242 359 222 169
20 Sikkim 29 332 1000 67 93 74 84 746 223
21 Tamil Nadu 25 164 353 455 91 114 232 316 411 213 165
22 Uttaranchal 74 425 186 371 35 154 306 99 762 234 220
23 Uttar Pradesh 84 68 176 175 46 107 195 334 350 244 132
24 West Bengal 98 225 175 385 63 47 166 196 425 281 163
25 Chandigarh 40 578 158 11 235 51 365 807 150 396
26 Dadra & Nagar Haveli *
27 Daman & Diu 448 0 333 803 0 421 749 420 637 462
28 Pondicherry 550 329 492 246 404 333 228 0 795 368
Overall 82 166 237 377 89 123 226 349 400 244 163
14256 1314 8104 23674 2592 4153 3537 3474 12845 9756 62672
2417 342 1748 4507 551 949 811 816 3492 2456 14210
* Reliable estimates couldn't be derived due to very low coverage including non-coverage of urban sample
151
Estimated persons at
Overall in (000)
Sample persons
Financing,
insurance
Community
services
Others All
Table (20.2) : Per 1000 distribution of persons benefitted by various social security measures for each State/UT
Sl.
No.
Name of the
State/UT
Agricuture,
forestry etc.
Mining &
quarrying
Manufactu
ring
Electricity Construction Wholesale,
retail etc.
Transport,
storage