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Get questions' Answers Data of Session 241 of Rajya Sabha provided by various ministries/departments.
The catalog contains data related to Marginal Workers Classified by Industrial Category, Educational Level and Sex (For Each Caste/Tribe Separately), Census 2001 - India and States. It includes data on Marginal Workers Classified by Educational Level, Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and Industrial Category like Agricultural Labourer, Cultivator, HHI, other Worker.
The catalog contains data related to Main Workers Classified by Industrial Category, Educational Level and Sex (For Each Caste/Tribe Separately), Census 2001 - India and States. It includes data on Main Workers Classified by Education level, Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and Industrial Category like Agricultural Labourer, Cultivator, HHI, other Worker.
The catalog contains data related to Marginal Workers Classified by Industrial Category, Age and Sex (For Each Caste/Tribe Separately), Census 2001 - India and States. It includes data on Marginal Worker Classified by Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and Industrial Category like Agricultural Labourer, Cultivator, HHI, other Worker.
The catalog contains data related to Main Workers Classified by Industrial Category, Age and Sex (For Each Caste/Tribe Separately), Census 2001 - India and States. It includes data on Main Workers Classified by Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and Industrial Category like Agricultural Labourer, Cultivator, HHI, other Worker.
Get questions' Answers Data of Session 234 of Rajya Sabha provided by various ministries/departments.
Labour cost is one of the most significant factors for studying the economic viability of any industrial activity for an entrepreneur before venturing into the industrial field. It helps in reliable costing, wage fixation on a realistic basis, logical collective bargaining, evolving implementation and evaluation of welfare measures, study of trends over a period of time, location of industry, etc. Labour Cost data are also important for policy formulation at the national and regional levels.
The daily wage rate data received from the different villages are first normalized for eight hours working day and then the simple arithmetic average of these normalized daily wage rates is worked out. State-wise averages are restricted only to those occupations where the number of quotations is five or more in order to avoid inconsistency in wages paid to different categories of workers on account of difference in number of quotations. The average wage rates at all-India level are derived by dividing the sum total of wages of the measured states by the number of quotations.
The data refers to the share and percentage growth/change of Major Exports for various years. It is observed that Manufactured goods had a substantial share in the Total Exports of India but it has rapidly declined in the subsequent years.
The data refers to the item-wise Principal Exports of India. It provides the end of decade figures of quantity (in thousand tonnes) and value (both in Rs. Crore and US $ mn) for various years.

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