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Macro Economic Aggregates and Population

GDP of India and major Sectors of Economy, Share of each sector to GDP and Growth rate of GDP and other sectors of economy 1951-52 onward based on CSO Source
Get the data regarding details on National Income at factor cost at 2004-05 prices.
The data describes about details on National Income at factor cost at current prices.
Get details on performance of Public Sector at current prices and percentage share of public sector in total share (Public + Private). Data contains share of Public and Private Sectors in Gross domestic product, Gross domestic saving, Gross capital formation and Final consumption expenditure.
The Private Final Consumption Expenditure (PFCE) is defined as the expenditure incurred on final consumption of goods and services by the resident households and non-profit institutions serving households (NPISH). The estimates of Private Final Consumption Expenditure (PFCE) comiled by following the commodity flow approach.
The data indicates regarding details on final consumption expenditure at current prices.
Get the data about to details on Net Domestic Product (NDP) by economic activity at constant (2004-05) prices.
The data describes about details on Net Domestic Product (NDP) by economic activity at current prices.
Time Series data from 1950-51 on wards on all important macro economic variables such as Gross Domestic Product by Industry, Capital Formation, Net income, Savings etc are presented in this table at constant prices (2004-05). The data are taken from the Central Statistical Office. To understand the concepts and definitions and the methodology for compiling theses indicators, users are advised to see the documents available in www.mospi.gov.in.
Time Series data from 1950-51 on wards on all important macro economic variables such as Gross Domestic product, Capital Formation, Net income, Savings etc are presented in this table. The data are taken from the Central Statistical Office.
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