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The data refers to the Per Capita Emoluments of Central Public Sector Enterprises Employees in relation to increase in Average All-India Consumer Price Index . It shows the year-wise details of the number of employees and emoluments paid to them for various 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.
The data refers to the item-wise Principal Imports of India. It provides the end of decade figures of quantity and value (both in Rs. Crore and US $ mn) for various years.
The data refers to outstanding advances against Sensitive Commodities for Scheduled Commercial Banks. Sensitive commodities include food commodities as well as non food commodities.
The data refers to the Seasonal Flow of Funds in the Scheduled Commercial Banks for various years. It gives the bi-annual details regarding the sources and uses of funds of the Scheduled Commercial Banks.
The data refers to the advances to agriculture and other priority sectors by Public Sector Banks. It gives details of advances to agriculture, micro and small enterprises, self-help groups,etc. The Adjusted Net Bank Credit is given for various years.
The data refers to the share and percentage growth/change of Major Imports for various years. It is observed that over the years Petroleum, oil and lubricants have been a substantial component of the total imports of India.
It gives details of CPI for Industrial Workers (food, non,food and general), Rural Labourers, Agricultural Labourers. Also, CPI-New Series is provided for Rural, Urban and All-India.
The data refers to the sources of change in Money Stock (M3) and gives their monetary trends for various years in the Economic Survey. The money stock (M3), also known as broad money, consists of (i) Currency with the public, (ii) Demand deposits with banks, (iii) Time deposits with banks, (iv) Other deposits with RBI. The sources of change in M3 are mainly, the net bank credit to government and commercial sector, foreign exchange assets, currency liabilities and non-monetary liabilities.
The data refers to the Budgetary Transactions of the Central and State Governments & Union Territories of India for various years. It gives details of various Budgetary Transactions such as Total Outlay, Current Revenues, Non-Tax Revenue, etc.. It also includes the internal and extra-budgetary resources of public sector undertakings for their plans.

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