The catalog contains State-wise / Industry-wise monthly and consolidated Employment & Investment.
Get the data regarding to the Automobile production in India. It describes the category wise production of automobiles as per the following categories: Passenger Vehicles (PVs), Commercial Vehicles (CVs) M & HCVs, LCVs, Three Wheelers and Two wheelers. In these categories the production is also mentioned subcategory-wise namely Passenger Cars, Multi-Utility Vehicles, Goods Carriers, Scooter, Motorcycles etc.
It contains index, production and growth of Eight Core Industries. Eight Core Industries are Electricity , steel, refinery products, crude oil, coal, cement, natural gas and fertilizers. The Index of Eight Core Industries is a monthly production index, which is also considered as a lead indicator of the monthly industrial performance. The Index of Eight Core Industries is compiled based on the monthly production information received from the Source Agencies.
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.
The data refers to monthly time series use-based Indices and Growth.
National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) carried out an all-India survey on unorganised manufacturing enterprise as a part of the 62nd round of during July 2005 - June 2006. It covered unorganised manufacturing enterprises under the two-digit codes 15 to 37 (Section 'D') of NIC-2004 and enterprises under cotton ginning, cleaning and baling (NIC-2004, code 01405).
This survey on unorganised manufacturing enterprises was carried out by the National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) as a part of the 62nd round of National Sample Survey (NSS) during July 2005 - June 2006. The 62nd round was earmarked for survey on (i) unorganised manufacturing enterprises under the two-digit codes 15 to 37 (Section 'D') of NIC-2004 and enterprises under cotton ginning, cleaning and baling (NIC-2004, code 01405). The previous surveys on this subject was during the 56th round and 51st round.