Directorate of Economics and Statistics

Government of Telangana

  • Sri K.Ramakrishna Rao, IAS , Principal Secretary (Finance and Planning) imparting training to newly recruited MPSOs

  • Sri K.Ramakrishna Rao, IAS , Principal Secretary (Finance and Planning) imparting training to newly recruited MPSOs

  • Sri K.Ramakrishna Rao, IAS , Principal Secretary (Finance and Planning) briefing on 7th Economic Census to District Collector

  • Director sir imparting training to newly recruited MPSOs

  • Director sir imparting training to newly recruited MPSOs

  • Sri K.Ramakrishna Rao, IAS , Principal Secretary (Finance and Planning) imparting training to newly recruited MPSOs

  • Sri K.Ramakrishna Rao, IAS , Principal Secretary (Finance and Planning) imparting training to newly recruited MPSOs

  • Director sir imparting training to newly recruited MPSOs

  • Director sir imparting training to newly recruited MPSOs

  • Director sir imparting training to newly recruited MPSOs

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About Us

The Bureau of Economics and Statistics, Andhra Pradesh(United) was constituted in 1956 amalgamating the Statistical Branch of Board of Revenue of the erstwhile Andhra State and the Bureau of Economics and Statistics of the erstwhile Hyderabad State. The role of Bureau of Economics and Statistics was initially confined to data collection , compilation, tabulation and dissemination. Bureau of Economics and Statistics was later re-designated as Directorate of Economics and Statistics. The Present Directorate of Economics and Statistics, Telangana was created on 2nd June , 2014. With increasing range of activities, Directorate of Economics and Statistics is the Centralized Statistical Organisation of the State for systematic collection, compilation, analysis and interpretation of Statistical data over a vast range of sectors relating to the State economy to guide and to meet the challenging needs of the Government.

The Directorate of Economics and Statistics is declared as "Nodal Agency" vide G.O.Ms. NO. 56, Finance and Planning (Plg.wing:PS) Department, Dated 26.10.1984 for the statistical activities in all the State Government Departments.

It works in co-ordination with the National Sample Survey Organization (NSSO), and Central Statistical Organistion, Government of India for certain studies. The Directorate organizes adhoc studies depending on the requirements of the Government of Telangana and Government of India.

Bullet Reports published and data compiled by the Directorate are used by several research organizations including Center for Economic and Social Studies (CESS) and Universities. The Planning Department of Government of Telangana uses the data for its activities.

Directorate is headed by a Director and supported by Joint Directors , Deputy Directors , Assistant Directors , Statistical Officers, Deputy Statistical Officers, Assistant Statistical Officers and the ministerial staff. The manpower is comprised mostly of Statisticians and Economists at various levels. They are spread across the districts and sub-district level helping the systematic organization of statistical and socio-economical model building.

Bullet Directorate operates as a 3-tier system viz Head Office, District Offices and Mandal Offices. It has a staff strength of about 921 with the staff of Assistant Statistical Officers working in Mandals. Computational activities are shared between the district offices, headed by Chief Planning Officers (CPO’s) and the Head Office, headed by the Director. At mandal level an assistant statistical officer helps Mandal Revenue officer to compile the necessary data.

The Organisational Structure Of The Department

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Activities

Agricultural Statistics

Introduction

Agricultural year (June to May) is divided in to basically two seasons viz., Kharif and Rabi. Agricultural census is conducted in both seasons Viz., Kharif and Rabi in a year.

All the 140 crops which are sown during the period from June to September are recorded as Kharif crops based on the sample records of revenue department.

All the crops which are sown during the period from October to March are considered as Rabi crops.

The due dates for submission of Kharif and Rabi Agricultural Census Abstracts are given below:


Sl.No ACTIVITY DUE DATE
Kharif Rabi
1 Enumeration period 5th Oct. to 20th Oct. 05th April to 20th April
2 Preparation and Checking of Village abstracts. 20th Oct. to 25th Oct. 21st April to 25th April
3 Preparation of Mandal abstracts 25th Oct. to 4th Nov. 26th April to 05th May
4 Submission of Mandal abstracts to the Divisions 5th November 06th May
5 Submission of the Divisional abstracts to the District (after scrutiny of mandal abstracts) 10th November 15th May
6 Submission of the District abstracts to the D.E. &S., Hyderabad. 30th November 31st May

Rainfall Statistics

Rainfall Statistics are used for monitoring the seasonal conditions and the progress of Agricultural operations on a continuous basis. These statistics on daily rainfall are collected station-wise by the DES, and the same is released through online. State Disaster Mitigation Society (APSDMS) is recently establishing automatic weather stations in all Mandals. These stations transmit hourly data on six parameters namely rainfall, humidity, temperature, wind velocity, direction and barometric pressure. It is proposed to integrate Revenue Rain guage and AWS data at Mandal level.

1. No. of Rainguage Stations in the State: 459

2. Daily rainfall measured at 8.30AM at all Rainguage stations and transmitted to Directorate through online.

3. No. of AWS :855

The rainfall data is analysed in relation to normal rainfall on a daily basis to know the behavior of rain in different locations and its impact on the agricultural situation.

4. Directorate transmits rainfall data on Daily, Weekly and Monthly basis to the following officials.


1 Daily Rainfall 1. Chief Secretary Telangana State
2. Principal Secretary ,Planning
3. Director Indian Metrological Department
4. Commissioner Disaster Management
5. Commissioner Agriculture
6. Director Ground Water Department,
7. Commissioner Natural calamities,
8. Director Planning and other line Departments
2 Monthly Rainfall 1. Commissioner Agriculture
2. Principal Secretary Agricultural Department.
3. Director Planning.
4. Director Ground water Department
3 Weekly Seasonal Condition and Crop report 1.Commissioner Agriculture
2. Principal Secretary Agricultural Department.
3. Director Planning.
4 Monthly Seasonal Condition and Crop report 1.Commissioner Agriculture
2. Principal Secretary Agricultural & co-operative Department
3. Director Planning.

Area Statistics

Agricultural year (June to May) is divided in to basically two seasons viz., Kharif and Rabi. Agricultural census is conducted in both seasons Viz., Kharif and Rabi in a year.

All the 140 crops which are sown during the period from June to September are recorded as Kharif crops based on the sample records of revenue department.

All the crops which are sown during the period from October to March are considered as Rabi crops

The due dates for submission of Kharif and Rabi Agricultural Census Abstracts are given below:


Sl.No ACTIVITY DUE DATE
Kharif Rabi
1 Enumeration period 5th Oct. to 20th Oct. 05th April to 20th April
2 Preparation and Checking of Village abstracts. 20th Oct. to 25th Oct. 21st April to 25th April
3 Preparation of Mandal abstracts 25th Oct. to 4th Nov. 26th April to 05th May
4 Submission of Mandal abstracts to the Divisions 5th November 06th May
5 Submission of the Divisional abstracts to the District (after scrutiny of mandal abstracts) 10th November 15th May
6 Submission of the District abstracts to the
D.E. &S., Hyderabad.
30th November 31st May

Agricultural Census

Generally, crop-wise area sown particulars are available only after conducting of Agricultural Census, every season. But it is too late to estimate crop-wise production at this juncture and of no use. This estimation should be well in advance prior to the agricultural Census, to assess whether the estimated production is sufficient to cater the needs stake-holders.

Further, it is also required for the purpose of Planning and to take policy decisions to regulate market fluctuations, public distribution, EXIM (Export and Import) policies MSP etc., and to take major policy decisions during the agriculture season (prior to the completion of Agriculture Census) (Kharif and Rabi), data on agriculture production is essential and as such Government of India, Ministry of Agriculture introduced a system of preparing “ Advance Estimates” in the year 1997-98 and being in implementation for estimation of production, important parameters required are:

1) Area under different crops

2) Average yield/ yield rate per hectare for each crop

3) Estimation of production using statistical tools.

SOURCE OF DATA :

The area sown particulars noted in the monthly cultivation accounts prepared by the revenue officials at village level, (i.e., V.R.O.) the area figures will be aggregated at Mandal, District and at State levels. The yield rate for each crops will be worked out based on Crops Cutting Experiments results and existing seasonal conditions and thereby basically four periodical advance estimates are prepared during an Agricultural year and they are as follows.

FIRST ADVANCE ESTIMATES :

The areas likely to be sownupto the end of the Kharif season have to be reported by 15th August in the prescribed format by the CPOs. Cut off date for submission of first advance estimates to the Government of India is 21th August every year. Area: The area figures of kharif season at the state level will be based on the advance estimate figures provided by the districts Yield: The Normal yields (average of preceding 5 years) will be adopted.

Production= Area x Yield

SECOND ADVANCE ESTIMATES: ( AREA OF KHARIF AND RABI) :

The actual area sown in kharif season and area sown upto 25th December and likely to be sown during the rest of Rabi season have to be furnished .Cut of date for furnishing of second advance estimates report to GOI is 5th January, every year.

Area: The area figures of Actual kharif season and estimated figures of the Rabi season at the state level will be based on the advance Estimated figures provided by the Chief Planning officers.

Yield: Preliminary estimates are worked out for the crops for which60% of the Crop Cutting experiment results are received from all the planned districts and for the remaining crops advance estimates will be arrived.

THIRD ADVANCE ESTIMATES :

The actual area sown in kharif and likely area sown in Rabi seasons have to be furnished and estimates report should reach Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India by 5th April.

Area: The actual area figures of Actual kharif and estimated figures of Rabi season at the state level will be based on the figures provided by the districts.

Yield: For the kharif crops the preliminary / Final estimates will be Adopted / For the Rabi crops preliminary / Advance estimates will be adopted.

FOURTH ADVANCE ESTIMATES :

The fourth advance estimates of area, yield and production of kharif crops and revised estimates of area, yield and production of Rabi crops have to be furnished to the Government of India by 19th June.

Area: The Final area figures of kharif and Rabi seasons are available by this time will be adopted.

Yield: For kharif crops, final productivity estimates will be adopted. For Rabi crops preliminary estimates will be adopted.

Due dates for submission of Advance estimates to the Government of India


Sl.No Advance Estimate Area sown upto Due date
1 First 15th August 21st August
2 Second 31st December 5th January
3 Third 30th March 5th April
4 Fourth 31st May 30th June
5 Final 31st May 15th November

Advance Estimates

Generally, crop-wise area sown particulars are available only after conducting of Agricultural Census, every season. But it is too late to estimate crop-wise production at this juncture and of no use. This estimation should be well in advance prior to the agricultural Census, to assess whether the estimated production is sufficient to cater the needs stake-holders.

Further, it is also required for the purpose of Planning and to take policy decisions to regulate market fluctuations, public distribution, EXIM (Export and Import) policies MSP etc., and to take major policy decisions during the agriculture season (prior to the completion of Agriculture Census) (Kharif and Rabi), data on agriculture production is essential and as such Government of India, Ministry of Agriculture introduced a system of preparing “ Advance Estimates” in the year 1997-98 and being in implementation for estimation of production, important parameters required are:

1) Area under different crops

2) Average yield/ yield rate per hectare for each crop

3) Estimation of production using statistical tools.

SOURCE OF DATA :

The area sown particulars noted in the monthly cultivation accounts prepared by the revenue officials at village level, (i.e., V.R.O.) the area figures will be aggregated at Mandal, District and at State levels. The yield rate for each crops will be worked out based on Crops Cutting Experiments results and existing seasonal conditions and thereby basically four periodical advance estimates are prepared during an Agricultural year and they are as follows.

FIRST ADVANCE ESTIMATES :

The areas likely to be sownupto the end of the Kharif season have to be reported by 15th August in the prescribed format by the CPOs. Cut off date for submission of first advance estimates to the Government of India is 21th August every year. Area: The area figures of kharif season at the state level will be based on the advance estimate figures provided by the districts Yield: The Normal yields (average of preceding 5 years) will be adopted.

Production= Area x Yield

SECOND ADVANCE ESTIMATES: ( AREA OF KHARIF AND RABI) :

The actual area sown in kharif season and area sown upto 25th December and likely to be sown during the rest of Rabi season have to be furnished .Cut of date for furnishing of second advance estimates report to GOI is 5th January, every year.

Area: The area figures of Actual kharif season and estimated figures of the Rabi season at the state level will be based on the advance Estimated figures provided by the Chief Planning officers.

Yield: Preliminary estimates are worked out for the crops for which60% of the Crop Cutting experiment results are received from all the planned districts and for the remaining crops advance estimates will be arrived.

THIRD ADVANCE ESTIMATES :

The actual area sown in kharif and likely area sown in Rabi seasons have to be furnished and estimates report should reach Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India by 5th April.

Area: The actual area figures of Actual kharif and estimated figures of Rabi season at the state level will be based on the figures provided by the districts.

Yield: For the kharif crops the preliminary / Final estimates will be Adopted / For the Rabi crops preliminary / Advance estimates will be adopted.

FOURTH ADVANCE ESTIMATES :

The fourth advance estimates of area, yield and production of kharif crops and revised estimates of area, yield and production of Rabi crops have to be furnished to the Government of India by 19th June.

Area: The Final area figures of kharif and Rabi seasons are available by this time will be adopted.

Yield: For kharif crops, final productivity estimates will be adopted. For Rabi crops preliminary estimates will be adopted.

Due dates for submission of Advance estimates to the Government of India


Sl.No Advance Estimate Area sown upto Due date
1 First 15th August 21st August
2 Second 31st December 5th January
3 Third 30th March 5th April
4 Fourth 31st May 30th June
5 Final 31st May 15th November

Timely Reporting of Agricultural Statistics

This is an ongoing centrally sponsored scheme implemented since 1971-72. The total expenditure of the scheme is met by Central Government.

Purpose :

To reduce the time lag in the availability of final estimates, to provide season wise area estimates while the crops are standing, to arrive at separate estimates for both Irrigated & un-irrigated areas under different crops, to estimates the areas under high yielding varieties. Under this scheme the Area Estimates (Un-Biased and Ratio Estimates) and Standard Error are Calculated as per methodology presented by GOI of Principal Crops. The data collected from 4 cards in 20% of the villages every year.


Card No. Crops covered Due date
1 Paddy, Jowar, Bajra, Ragi, Maize and all types of vegetables 15th October
2 Redgram, Geengram, Blackgram, Groundnut, Sunflower, Soya been, Seasamum, Castor, Cotton, Sugarcane, Chillies and Onion 15th October
3 Jowar, Bajra, Ragi, Maize, Bengalgram, Geengram,Blackgram,RedChillies(Rabi), Groundnut, Sunflower, Tobaco and Onion 31st January
4 Paddy, Seasamum and all vegetables 31st March

Crop Estimates

The objective of Crop Estimation Surveys is to obtain the estimates of average yield per hectare (productivity) and total production of principal crops, both at District and State levels by conducting crop cutting experiments. The scheme is being implemented from 1950-51 onwards in the State.

A crop cutting experiment for any specified crop involves marking of experimental plot of specified size in the selected field, harvesting, threshing and weighing of the produce obtained from it. In a specified number of cases, the produce so obtained will be stored and dried for a further period in order to determine the weight of the dried produce.

The following crops are covered under this survey.

Sl. No. Food Crops Non-Food Crops
1 Paddy (Rice) (K & R ) Groundnut (K & R )
2 Jowar (K & R ) Sesamum (K & R )
3 Bajra (K) Castor (K)
4 Maize (K & R ) Sunflower (K & R )
5 Ragi (K & R ) Soyabean (K)
6 Korra (K) Cotton (K)
7 Redgram (K) Chillies (K & R)
8 Greengram (K & R ) Sugarcane (K)
9 Blackgram (K & R ) Tobacco ( R )
10 Horsegram (K & R )
11 Bengalgram ( R )

K – Kharif, R – Rabi

FORMS TO BE SUBMITTED:

The details of selection and experimental results are collected in three different forms which are detailed below:

Form – I :-

This contains information on selection of survey numbers, name of the crop, condition of the crop sown, source of irrigation, expected harvest date, particulars of farmer etc.

Form – II :-

This gives information on plot yields, inputs, irrigation facility etc.

Form –III :-

This provides information on driage experiment results.

Industrial Statistics

Annual Survey of Industries(ASI)

The Annual Survey of Industries (ASI) is the principal source of industrial statistics in India. It provides information to assess the changes in the growth and structure of organized manufacturing sector comprising activities related to manufacturing processes, repair services gas and water supply and cold storage.

1 ASI Schedule:

ASI schedule is the basic tool to collect required data from the factories registered under Sections 2(m)(i) and 2(m)(ii) of the Factories Act, 1948. This schedule has two parts.


1 Part-I:

To collect data on Assets and Liabilities, Employment and Labour cost, Receipts, Expenses, Input items: indigenous and imported, Products and By-products, Distributive Expenses, etc.


1 Part-II:

To collect data on different aspects of labour statistics, namely, working days, man-days worked, absenteeism, labour turnover, man-hours worked etc.

Coverage of Units:

It covers all factories registered under

1. Sections 2(m)(i) and 2(m)(ii) of the Factories Act, 1948, where the manufacturing process is defined under Section 2(k) of the said Act.

2. The survey also covers bidi &cigar manufacturing establishments registered under the Bidi and Cigar Workers (Conditions of Employment) Act 1966.

3. Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) and eligible captive plants are also covered in the Survey.

2m(i) : ten or more workers are working in manufacturing process with aid of power

2m(ii) : 20 or more workers are working in manufacturing process without aid of power


Captive generating plant

means a power plant set up by any person to generate electricity primarily for its (his) own use. Also, by this definition, a group of industries can set up a big generating station for their groups’ use and sell excess power.


Uncovered Units

a) All Government Departments

b) Defense establishments

c) Oil storage and distribution Depot

d) The electricity units registered with the CEA (Central Electricity Authority)

e) The departmental units such as railway workshops, RTC workshops, Govt. Mints, sanitary and water supply, gas storage

f) Restaurants and Cafes

g) Technical training institutions not producing anything for sale or exchange.

h) Oil storage and distribution units


OBJECTIVES

ASI is designed to obtain comprehensive and detailed data for the following objectives, viz.,

1. Estimation of the contribution of manufacturing industries as a whole and of each type of industry to the "State Income"

2. To analyze the various factors influencing industries in the State

Index of Industrial Productions

The Index of Industrial Production (IIP) is a yardstick for measuring Industrial growth in the State. It includes the relative change of physical production in the field of Industry during specific period as compared to the previous period. The IIP is estimated for combined state monthly by collecting data from selected units of Manufacturing, Mining and Quarrying and Electricity.

OBJECTIVE

The main objective is to estimate the contribution of Industrial sector to the Gross State Domestic Product. IIP in the State is being compiled with base year 2004-05 for 22 industrial classifications at 2-digit level under manufacturing sector.

Out of 806 factories selected for United Andhra Pradesh for compilation of production report every month, 386 units belongs to Telangana State and 420 units to AP State and the Combined Index is being released due to non availability of weighing diagram exclusively for Telangana State .

As per Quick estimates of IIP the Mining and Quarrying, Manufacturing and Electricity sectors (at NIC 2 digit level) shown a growth rate of 13.9%, (-)0.3% and (-)2.2% respectively for the period April, 2015 over the period April, 2014, resulting in growth rate in general index being 2.1% when compared with April 2014.

Note: Methodology for compilation of Index for Telangana state is to be received from CSO, New Delhi. The CSO has proposed to organise training programme on 8th and 9th of February 2016 for finalising the methodology.

Business Register

Business Register is the list of all establishments pursuing various economic activities relating to production, distribution of goods and services. Such list will provide an ideal frame for conducting sample surveys on Non- Manufacturing Sectors like Trade, Hotels and Restaurants, Transport, Storage, Communications, Real Estate, Legal & Business services etc.,


Method

Based on the guidelines of the CSO, MOSPI,New Delhi, all the establishments registered in the following 7 Acts have been collected up to 31-3-2012 and prepared the comprehensive Business Register for all 10 Districts separately.

Sl.No Acts/Authorities to be considered Corresponding Registering Authorities Coverage
1 Companies Act,1956 Registrar of Companies All companies
2 Factories Act,1948 Chief Inspector of Factories 2m(i) and 2m(ii) only
3 Shops and Commercial establishments Act Labour Commissioner Shops and commercial establishments
4 Societies Registration Act Registrar of Societies /Deputy Commissioner Societies/ NGO/SHG
5 Cooperative Societies Act Registrar of Cooperative Societies Cooperative Societies may be credit or consumer cooperatives.
6 Khadi and Village Industries Board Khadi and Village Industries Board Khadi and cottages industrial units
7 Directorate of Industries (District Industries Centre) General Manager / Joint Commissioner, District Industries Centre Industrial units or firms: private limited or public limited, micro, small or medium.

INFORMATION COLLECTED

The parameters considered for preparation of Business Register are Name of the Unit, Address, Branch & Main office details, contact details such as Phone Number & e-mail address, the details of activity undertaken by the establishment, Pan and Tan no., Year of Establishment, Employment Status and Status of Registration.

Details of establishments identified upto 31-03-2012: 2,03,978 establishments were identified, out of which 1,11,693 are working and 92,285 closed/not exist.

Sl.No District Total Establishments working Closed
1 Adilabad 8203 5330 2873
2 Nizamabad 8410 5769 2641
3 Karimnagar 17540 8139 9401
4 Medak 11596 6780 4816
5 Hyderabad 68491 39848 28643
6 Rangareddy 43614 17691 25923
7 Mahaboobnagar 8749 5716 3033
8 Nalgonda 11697 5055 6642
9 Warangal 12304 6755 5549
10 Khammam 13374 10610 2764
TOTAL 2,03,978 1,11,693 92,285

Usage

Most of the establishments were registered long back, after updation of the Business register the data on the following aspects is available.

1. The present working status economic activity and no.of workers with correct address .

2. Net no. of establishments working, closed , not existing and also to have a reliable frame to conduct follow up surveys for compiling micro level estimates.

3. Every establishment has assigned unique BR.No and 16 digit location code for easy identification and updation of list by the concerned register authorities.

4. This data is also useful to the concerned registered authorities to improve their revenue.

5. The entire data has been brought to the NIC website for wider usage.

Price Statistics

Introduction

Price statistics play a very significant role in the economy of the state as well as country. Price is termed as an economic ‘Barometer’ of real purchasing power of the community. The price stability is considered by the Nations the World over as a crucial pre-condition for sustained growth in economy. Variation in prices is measured in the form of Index Numbers.

One of the foremost concerns of the Govt. is to have a regular and periodic check on the movement of prices of essential commodities. So as to take remedial measures for curtail market fluctuations & inflation. The Directorate of Economics and Statistics has been collecting and compiling the following types of prices statistics:

1) Retail prices of Essential Commodities.

2) Consumer Price Index Numbers for Industrial Workers

3) Wholesale Prices of Agricultural Commodities

4) Farm harvest Prices of Kharif& Rabi Seasons

5) Monthly Wages of Agricultural Labour

6) Prices of Live-stock & Live-stock Products

7) Prices of Building Material & Wage Rates of Construction Workers

The collection of above prices are undertaken on Daily,Weekly, Monthly and season-wise basis. The Mandal Assistant Statistical Officer is the main data suppliers of Price Statistics. The ASO collect the prices from the selected shops and markets as per the time scheduled and transmitted to the head quarters through online.


PRICE INDEX

It is a statistical tool to measure the relative change in the price level with reference to time, geographical location and other characteristics. Two types of price indices are compiled & released at All India level viz. the Wholesale price index (WPI) and the consumer price index (CPI)

1) Whole Sale Price Index (compiled & Released by Economic Advisor, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Govt.ofIndia)

2) Consumer Price Index for (compiled & Released by LabourBureau,Govt.ofIndia)

a) Industrial workers

b) Agricultural labours

c )Rural labours

d) Urban, rural and combined (CSO)

RETAIL PRICES

The Retail Price is the price of goods or products, when it is sold to the end user for consumption, not for resale through a third party distribution channel. It is also defined as money cost to the consumer of a specified unit of sale which include all taxes but exclude all rebates discounts etc,


LIST OF CENTRES FOR 6 AND 30 ESSENTIAL COMMODITIES PRICES
Sl.No CENTRES
1 2
ADILABAD
1 Adilabad
2 Utnur
3 Nirmal
4 Asifabad
5 Mancherial
Nizamabad
6 Nizamabad
7 Bodhan
8 Kamareddy
Karimnagar
9 Karimnagar
10 Jagtial
11 Peddapally
12 Manthani
13 Sircilla
Medak
14 Medak
15 SangaReddy
16 Siddipet
Hyderabad
17 Hyderabad
18 Secunderabad
Ranga Reddy
19 Hyderabad East
20 Chevella
21 Vikarabad
Mahaboobnagar
22 Mahaboobnagar
23 Nagarkurnool
24 Narayanpet
25 Gadwal
26 Wanaparthy
Nalgonda
27 Nalgonda
28 Bhongir
29 Miryalaguda
30 Suryapet
Warangal
31 Warangal
32 Mulug
33 Mahabubabad
34 Jangaon
35 Narasampet
Khammam
36 Khammam
37 Kothagudem
38 Palwancha
39 Bhadrachalam

1) Prices are collected on daily basis for 6 commodities and weekly basis for 30 commodities from fixed shop and for fixed variety of a particular commodity. These prices are collected from Divisional head quarters to take faster and effective market intervention to control the price.

2) Retail prices inclusive of all taxes, like local taxes etc., and exclusive of discount, rebates etc.,

3) Retail prices are collected to monitor prices of essential commodities for the benefit of consumers.

4) Consolidated report will be generated & submitted to the Commissioner, Civil Supplies and the Economic Advisor, RBI

Usage of the data

1) Retail prices are collected to monitor prices of essential commodities for the benefit of consumers.

2) These prices are collected on daily & weekly basis from Divisional head quarters in the State to take faster and effective market intervention to control the price.

3) Centre wise reports are being generated & are being furnished to the Commissioner, Civil Supplies and the Economic Advisor, RBI.

DAILY RETAIL PRICES

The Daily prices of six Essential commodities (altogether in 13 grades) are collected from the 39 Revenue Divisional Head Quarters in the State on daily basis and compiles reports on daily /weekly /Monthly basis to monitor Price trends. The six Commodities are Rice, Redgramdal, Groundnut Oil, Tamarind (with / without seed), Red Chillies (dry) and Onions.

WHOLESALE PRICES

Introduction

The Wholesale price is generally taken as the rate at which a relatively large transaction or purchases, usually for further sale, affected. The Directorate is collecting and compiling the Wholesale prices of 38 Agricultural Commodities once in a month by obtaining reports from most traded centers in the State. The ASOs will collect the data. No. of centres 23 For use in the department to compare Farm Harvest Price and Retail price

LIVESTOCK- Collection procedure

Livestock is a sub – sector of Agriculture and contributes about 7% to total GSDP. The Prices of Milk, Meat, by Products such as Head, Legs, Goat hair, production of Dung, Egg, and increment in Live Stock are required for estimation of GVA of Live Stock sector. All prices are wholesale prices.

Live Stock Particulars: The information relating to “Live Stock Particulars” from Cattle Sandy ( Market)@ one popular center per District

Live Stock Products: The information relating to “Live Stock Products” from Slaughter House @ one popular center per District

Poultry Products: The information relating to “Poultry Products” from “Predominant Poultry area” (Average of Two poultries Prices) @ one popular center per District.

Milk Price: The information relating to “Milk” from Milk collection Centers

Consumer Price Index Numbers: The main objective of the Consumer Price Index is to measure changes over a period of time in the level of retail prices of a fixedbasket of goods and services consumed by a targeted group of people.

Prices of Building material and wages

Building Statistics is an important data set in understanding the needs and availability of houses to the people. This is also a major economic indicator as the expenditure incurred under this sector is treated as an investment in the economy. The housing under construction sector contributes about 8 per cent in the GSDP.

Collection of Data

1. The Prices of the Building Materials are being collected in the NBO prescribed format on quarterly bases from the 9 District Head Quarters for Urban and 9 selected Centers for Rural and the State averages and District Prices are sent to the National Building Organisation, New Delhi along with the wages of the Construction Labour & entered in Bricks web application.

2. The General items for which the quarterly prices to be collected are 1.Bricks 2.Sand 3.Stone Blast 4.Lime 5.Timber 6.Cement 7.Steel 8.Stone-slabs for flooring 9.Asbestos Cement Sheets 10.Tiles 11.Paints and Varnish 12.Sheet Glass 13.Sanitary wares 14.Wage Rates of Building construction labour and fixtures & fittings

Usage of the data

Reliable housing and building construction statistics are needed in the formulation of National / State housing policy and programmes for improvement of living conditions of people, as given below

(1) Estimation of state income and investment

(2) Assessing supply and demand of construction materials/equipments/ labour

(3) To revise SSR rates (Standard Schedule of rates).

(4) To Calculate Cost of Construction Index

Consumer price for industrial workers

There are different consumer price indices compiled by different organizations for different segments of consumers namely, industrial workers(IW), Agricultural Labourers (AL) and Rural Labourers (RL), CPI for Rural, Urban and combined.

Consumer Price Index Numbers for Industrial workers

At all India level the Labour Bureau, Chandigarh/Simla has been compiling the CPI-IW with base 2001=100.theindexisreleasedevery month (on the last working day of the following month) for each of the selected 78 centers at all India level. In theState, the following 3 centers have selected as a central series centers.

1. Hyderabad

2. Warangal

3. Godavarikhani

On par with Central Series, the Directorate also compiled the CPI-IW with same base year 2001=100 for the following 3 complex centres:

1.Miryalaguda

2.Kothagudem

3.Nizamabad

SOURCE AND METHODS

The D.E. & S., is collecting and compiling index every month on weekly and monthly basis.

Release of Index

Index of the state series is released on a monthly basis.

1. Estimation of GSDP and DDP under service sector .

2. Regulation of Dearness Allowance in respect of all the workers and employees belonging to private and public sectors Industries as well as Central and State Government employees.

3. The Govt. of Telangana State fixes and revises the minimum rates of wages in 61 scheduled employments under Part I, and 8 scheduled employments under Part II, under Minimum ages Act 1948., The Commissioner of Labour notifies the average Consumer Price Index Numbers of existing 6 centers (3 Central series & 3 state series) on 1st April and 1st October every year.

4. Working out point-to-point Inflation Rates

5. General Inflation and Food Inflation can be measured.

USAGE of Index

1. Estimation of GSDP and GDDP under service sector.

2. Regulation of Dearness Allowance in respect of all the workers and employees belonging to private and publ ic sectors Industries as well as Central and State Government employees.

3. Fixation and Revision of minimu m wages under the Minimum Wages Act. The Govt. of Telangana State fixes and revises the minimum rates of wages in 61 scheduled employme nts under Part I, and 8 scheduled employments under Part II, under Minimum Wages Act 1948. The Commissioner of Labour notifies the average Consumer Price Index Numbers of existing 6 centers (3 Central series & 3 state series) on 1st April and 1st October every year.

4. Working out point-to-point Inflation Rates

USAGE of Data

The minimum basic rates of wages fixed are linked to the Consumer Price Index Numbers for the Agricultural workers. The Commissioner of Labour notifies the Cost of Living Allowance for every six months on 1st April and 1st October of the calendar year.

For this purpose, the average rise in the State Agricultural workers Consumer Price Index numbers for the half year ending with December and June respectively shall be taken into account.

a) General Index

The All–India Consumer pric e Index Numbers (Base: 1986- 87=100) for Agricultural Laborers and Rural Labourers for January’2016 are 849 points and 854 points respectively

b) GENERAL INFLATION

The point to point rate of inflation based on

1. CPI-RL decreased from 5.80% in December, 2015 to 5.69% in January,2016.

2. CPI-AL increased from 5.70% in December,2015 to 5.60% in January,2016

State Economy

GROSS STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT (GSDP)

Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) or state income is the most important indicator for measuring the economic growth of a state. Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) is a measure in monetary terms, the sum total volume of all goods and services produced during a given period of time within the geographical boundaries of the state, accounted without duplication.

Importance of State Domestic Product

The State Domestic Product (SDP) or State Income is the most important indicator for measuring the economic growth of a state. These estimates of economy, over a period of time, reveal the extent and direction of the changes in the levels of economic development. The State Domestic Product is broadly classified under three sectors such as Agriculture sector, Industry sector and Services Sector and is measured economic activity wise as per the prescribed methodology of Central Statistics Office (CSO), MOSPI, GOI and furnished to the MOSPI, NITI AAYOG, Ministry of Finance, Government of India etc .

The per capita income represents the standard of living of residents of a state. These estimates not only serve as an indicator to assess the status of the economy among the states in the country but also throw light on the overall impact of various developmental programmes implemented by the Government.

The Finance Department prepares a macroeconomic frame work statement and fiscal policy statement, every year, based on the SDP estimates for placing before the Legislature during Budget sessions as part of Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management (FRBM) Act, 2005.


Calendar for Release of Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) Estimates

Sl.No Release of estimates Date of release of GDP by CSO Date of release of GSDP by DES
1 Advance Estimates (AE) 7th February 15th February
2 Provisional Estimates 31st May 6th June
3 First Revised Estimates and Revision of previous Estimates (SRE) 31st January 31st January
4 Third Revised Estimates (TRE) 31st May June – duly reconciled with CSO.

Gross State Domestic Product and Per Capita Income at Current Prices: ( Rs. Crore)

Sl.No Industry 2010-11 2011-12 (TRE) 2012-13 (SRE) 2013-14 (FRE) 2014-15 (AE)
1 Agriculture 50,545 56,866 69,480 80,544 77,061
2 Industry 77,612 89,548 92,559 98,721 1,07,528
3 Services 1,35,741 1,59,209 1,85,043 2,12,486 2,46,010
GSDP 2,63,898 3,05,622 3,47,082 3,91,751 4,30,599
Per capita Income (Rs.) 66,951 75,124 85,169 95,361 1,03,889

Gross State Domestic Product and Per Capita Income at Constant Prices: ( Rs. Crore)

Sl.No Industry 2010-11 2011-12 (TRE) 2012-13 (SRE) 2013-14 (FRE) 2014-15 (AE)
1 Agriculture 25,858 25,765 28,726 31,136 27,926
2 Industry 49,969 52,842 50,661 50,725 52,810
3 Services 98,358 1,10,661 1,17,668 1,24,566 1,36,696
GSDP 1,74,185 1,89,269 1,97,056 2,06,427 2,17,432
Per capita Income (Rs.) 43,354 45,277 47,100 48,881 51,017

Analysis of State Budget

Similarly, with an objective to incorporate the expenditure made by Government in State Income Estimates, the budget of the State Government is being analyzed, every year in the light of the guidelines given by the Central Statistics Office, MOSPI and the expenditure, Product taxes, product subsidies etc., as per Budget Estimates, Revised Budget Estimates, final expenditure shown in the Accounts will be incorporated in appropriate sectors of the State Income Estimates.

Analysis of Local Bodies Accounts

In order to reflect the contribution made by the Local Bodies such as, Zilla Praja Parishads, Mandal Praja Parishads, Gram Panchayats, Municipal Corporations, Municipalities, Nagar Panchayats, HMDA, Metro Water Works, etc., the Annual Accounts of these bodies are being collected every year and the contributions are incorporated in the Domestic Product of the State.

Support for Statistical Strengthening (SSS) in Telangana State

The MOSPI, GOI has initiated the India Statistical Strengthening Project (ISSP) on the recommendations of National Statistical Commission (NSC), it is renamed now as “Support for Statistical Strengthening (SSS)” focusing on strengthening of Statistical Capacity of the States/UTs.

The focus of the SSS Project is strengthening the Statistical Capacity and Infrastructure of State Statistical System for collecting, compiling and disseminating reliable official statistics for policy planning at the State and Sub-State levels under selected key activities.

The total project cost of the State is Rs. 13.8494 crores, including Rs. 10.1680 crores already incurred during united State period, leaving a balance of Rs.3.6814 crores which includes the share of State Government of Rs. 1.50 crores for taking up of Civil Works.

The major activities taken up under the Project are:

i. Construction of Building for Telangana State Statistical Training and Research Institute (TSSTRI).

ii. Providing of Desktops, UPSs, Printers etc., to the field staff of districts and Mandals under IT Infrastructure.

iii. Conducting Training programmes to the working personnel for skill development and improvement of quality in data collection under Human Resource Development.

iv. Bridging the data gaps for improvement at State and district level for reliable estimation of GSDP/GDDP.

These activities are being implemented by different divisions of DES

13th Finance Commission Grants for ‘Improvement of Statistical Systems at State and District Levels

i. The 13th Finance Commission has recommended Rs. 10.00 Crores for Telangana State as Grant-in-Aid (i.e. @ Rs. 1.00 Crore per district) for Improvement of Statistical System at State and District levels.

ii. The MOSPI, GOI has released four installments @ Rs. 200.00 Lakhs each, totaling to Rs. 800.00 Lakhs to the DES, Telangana.

iii. The DES has utilized an amount of Rs. 568.55 Lakhs has been utilized till date.

13th Finance Commission Grants for ‘Improvement of Statistical Systems at State and District Levels

i. Preparation and maintenance of Business Register at District level.

ii. Preparation of Local Bodies Accounts by collecting data on receipts and payments of these bodies.

iii. Improvement of data in respect of Farm Activities.

iv. Pooling of Central and State sample data for generating district level parameters.

v. Providing network connectivity among districts and with State Headquarters.

Social Statistics

Statistical Year Book

This is an Annual Publication and the latest issue of Statistical Year Book released is “Statistical Year Book- 2015”.

It is most comprehensive publication of the Directorate containing important data relating to Population, Health and Family welfare, Climate, Agricultural & Irrigation, Live Stock, Forests, Industries, Mining, Fuel and Power, Transport, Banks, Prices, Labour Welfare, Education, Judicial, Police and Crime, State Economy for the current financial year along with comprehensive data for the previous years. It also contains comparative statistics of Telangana and all India and also for Major States for certain selected indicators. The data was collected from various Central and State Government Departments, Government Undertakings, Local Bodies and other organizations etc. and it is now useful for Administrators, Planners, Research Scholars and all.

District hand book of Statistics

The information in this Publication is being consolidated by the CPOs from different sources at the district level. After preparation of the publication, it is a being approved by the District Collectors. The approved publication is being reviewed at DES and finally sent for printing.

This publication contains of 23 chapters with 174 tables relating to the concerned districts. Mandal wise information on Population, Medical & Public Health, Climates, Agriculture, Irrigation, Livestock & Veterinary Services, Fisheries, Forestry, Industries, Mining, Fuel & Power, Transport & Communications, Public finance , Prices Employment, Labour & Labour welfare, Education, Local Bodies, Cooperation, Judicial, Police & Crime, Social Welfare, Women & Child Welfare and Miscellaneous are available in these publications. The salient features of the districts, important tourist & historical places, boundaries & topography of the district are also featured in these publications.

DHBS shows Mandal wise authentic and wide spread information on socio economic aspects prevailing in district. It is also considered as unique publication in the district consisting statistical data, reveals various data on activities of all the sectorial departments. It is most ample publication, producing statistical time series data on various parameters existing in the districts. This publication is a rich collection of data in several aspects. This publication is very useful to district planners, research scholars, heads of departments and all others.

Economy in Brief

This publication is also an annual publication of pocket size meant for quick over view of the level of development in the State. This publication for the year 2015 was released on Statistics Day celebrations by Hon,ble Minister for Finance and Planning, Government of Telangana on 29th June, 2015.

Compendium of Environment Statistics

This an annual publication contains important information on environmental issues such as Bio-Diversity, Atmosphere, Lithosphere, Hydrosphere and Human Settlements and also various issues regarding Environment Degradation in several aspects.

Men and Women Statistics

This an annual publication contains important statistics on Population, Health & Family Welfare, Education, Economy & Development, Women’s participation in Decision Making, Crimes, Convictions & Police Force, Women & Child Welfare and Miscellaneous.

Child Statistics

This annual publication contains important statistics on Demography, Child Health, Children Education, Child Labour and Child Protection.

Ongoing Census/Surveys

Annual Servey of Industries

Annual Survey of Industries 2018-19 'Sample Survey' covering 1644 factories is in Progress...
&
Annual Survey of Industries 2018-19 'Total Frame Updation' covering 15204 factories is in Progress...

Socio Economic Survey

NSS 78th Round (January-December, 20209) covering the subjects : 'Domestic Tourism Expenditure' (January-June, 2020) and ''Multiple Indicator Survey' (January-December, 2020) is in Progress...

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Sri G.Dayanandam
Director (I/C)
Economics and Statistics,
Ganaanka Bhavan,
Government of Telangana,
Khairatabad, Hyderabad - 500 040
Phone No. : (040) 23317191
Fax No. : (040) 23307459, 23307429
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