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.
State Wise Distribution Of Enterprise By Type of Enterprise has been provided in the data. Enterprises have been classified as Micro enterprises, Small enterprises, Manufacturing/ Assembly/ Processing enterprises, Service enterprises, Repairing & Maintenance enterprises,Perennial enterprises, Seasonal enterprises, Casual enterprises, Proprietary enterprises, Partnership enterprises, Private Company enterprises, Public Ltd. Company enterprises, Co-operative enterprises, Others enterprises, Not Recorded and total enterprises.
The data refers to Index of Industrial Production at two digit industry level indices with weights, annual average indices and growth over corresponding period of previous year.
Get data on Quarterly Estimates of GDP at Current Prices. Besides GDP data contains various Macro economic key parameters like Capital Formation, Net income, Savings, Government Final Consumption Expenditure etc . Growth rates and sectoral breakups are also provided.
The Index of Industrial Production (IIP) is an index for India which details out the growth of various sectors in an economy such as mining, electricity and manufacturing. The all India IIP is a composite indicator that measures the short-term changes in the volume of production of a basket of industrial products during a given period with respect to that in a chosen base period. It is compiled and published monthly by the Central Statistical Organisation (CSO) six weeks after the reference month ends.
The data refers to monthly time series use-based Indices and Growth.
The data refers to information regarding Budgetary Support, Internal and Extra Budgetary Resources (IEBR) and Outlay to different Ministries/Departments concerned to Industries for 12th Five-Year Plan (2012-17).
The data refers to information on contribution to manufacturing GDP in 11th Five-Year Plan and employment in 2009-10 in different segments of manufacturing sector. It projects employment in 2016-17 and 2024-25 in different segments of manufacturing in two different scenarios. Contribution to Manufacturing GDP is as per GDP Data series provided by CSO-2009-10. Employment for 2009-10 does not include employment of 0.20 million for recycling and medical, precision and optical instruments, watches and clocks.
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) international definition of employment provides separate criteria for persons in paid employment and persons in self-employment in order to accommodate the idea that employment covers any work, be it for wage or salary, profit or family gain, including the production of goods for own consumption. The data contains to sector-wise information on employment.
The data refers to information about the Gross Capital Formation (GCF) in different segments of Industry mining, manufacturing and construction from 2004-05 to 2010-11 for the 12th Five-Year Plan (2012-17). The data has been sourced from the Economic Survey 201112.