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NATIONAL INCOME

National Income is total amount of goods and services produced within the nation during the given period. It is the total of factor income i.e. wages, interest, rent, profit, received by factors of production (including labour, capital, land and entrepreneurship) of a nation. There are various concepts of National Income like GDP, GNP, NNP, Personal Income, Disposable Income, and Per Capita Income which explain the facts of economic activities.

>GVA at Basic Price XXX XXX
GDP
>GDP XXX XXX
>GDP from Agriculture XXX XXX
>GDP from Industry XXX XXX
>GDP from Services XXX XXX
>GDP Annual Growth Rate XXX XXX
GST
>Gross Collections XXX XXX
>Returns Filed XXX XXX
Public Finance
>Total Receipts XXX XXX
>Total Expenditure XXX XXX
>Fiscal Deficit XXX XXX
INFLATION

Inflation, measures the rise in general level of prices of goods and services. It affects all by eroding the purchasing power of money, resulting in raising the cost of living which ultimately affects poor the most. Inflation rate can be measured using either Wholesale Price Index (WPI) or Retail Price Index, which is generally known as Consumer Price Index (CPI).

>All Commodities XXX XXX
>Food Articles XXX XXX
>Non-Food Articles XXX XXX
>Minerals XXX XXX
>Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas XXX XXX
>Fuel & Power XXX XXX
INDEX OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION (IIP)

Index of Industrial Production (IIP) is a quantitative index, the production of the items being expressed in physical terms. The quantities of items produced during the current month, vis-à-vis the average monthly production in the base year. IIP is a composite indicator that measures the growth rate of industry groups classified under Mining, Manufacturing, Electricity, Basic Goods, Capital Goods and Intermediate Goods.

Sectoral
>General XXX XXX
>Manufacturing XXX XXX
>Electricity XXX XXX
Use-Based
>Primary Goods XXX XXX
>Capital Goods XXX XXX
>Intermediate Goods XXX XXX
>Infrastructure / Construction Goods XXX XXX
>Consumer Durables XXX XXX
>Consumer Non-Durables XXX XXX
INDEX OF EIGHT CORE INDUSTRIES

The monthly Index of Eight Core Industries is a production volume index. Its measures collective and individual performance of production in selected eight core industries. The eight-core sectors of the Indian economy are Coal, Crude Oil, Natural Gas, Refinery Products, Fertilizers, Steel, Cement and Electricity. It is an important lead indicator for overall industrial performance and general economic activities in the economy.

>Overall Index XXX XXX
>Crude Oil XXX XXX
>Natural Gas XXX XXX
>Refinery Product XXX XXX
>Fertilizers XXX XXX
>Steel XXX XXX
>Cement XXX XXX
>Electricity XXX XXX
BANKING AND FINANCE

Banking is an industry that manages credit, cash, and other financial transactions. In banking, the bank is involved in the deposit and withdrawal of money, repayable on demand, savings and earning a decent amount of profits by lending money. E-banking is the method in which the customer conducts transactions electronically via Internet. Its manage deposits accounts, online funds transfer, ATM, electronic data interchange, etc.

Banking Performance
>Reporting Offices XXX XXX
>Credit XXX XXX
>CD Ratio XXX XXX
>Automated Teller Machine (ATMs) XXX XXX
>Points of Sale (PoS) XXX XXX
Digital Transaction
>Mobile Banking Transactions XXX XXX
>National Electronic Fund Transfer (NEFT) XXX XXX
>Real-Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) XXX XXX
>Credit Cards Usage at ATMs/PoS/Online (e-com)/Others XXX XXX
>Debit Cards Usage at ATMs/PoS/Online (e-com)/Others XXX XXX
Gross Bank Credit by Major Sectors
>Total Gross Bank Credit XXX XXX
>Food Credit XXX XXX
>Non-food Credit XXX XXX
>Agriculture & Allied Activities (Non-food Credit) XXX XXX
>Micro & Small Medium and Large Industry (Non-food Credit) XXX XXX
>Services (Non-food Credit) XXX XXX
>Personal Loans (Non-food Credit) XXX XXX
Money Stock Measures
>Currency in Circulation XXX XXX
>Cash on Hand with Banks XXX XXX
>Currency with the Public XXX XXX
Prepaid Payment Instruments (PPIs)
>m-Wallet XXX XXX
>PPI Cards XXX XXX
>Retail Payments on NPCI XXX XXX
>Immediate Payment Service (IMPS) XXX XXX
Unified Payments Interface (UPI)
>UPI XXX XXX
>BHIM XXX XXX
>USSD 2.0 XXX XXX
>UPI excl. BHIM & USSD XXX XXX
FOREIGN TRADE & INVESTMENT

Foreign Trade is an exchange of goods and services between the countries beyond the national borders and regions. Import (purchase by home country from other countries) and Export (sale by the home country to other countries) for goods and services are the two significant elements of Foreign Trade. Foreign investment refers to the investment in domestic companies and assets of another country by a foreign investor.

>Export XXX XXX
>Trade Balance XXX XXX
>FDI Inflow XXX XXX
>NRI Investment XXX XXX
>FPI Investments XXX XXX
>Forex Resereve XXX XXX
Balance of Payment (BoP)
>Credit XXX XXX
>Debit XXX XXX
>Net XXX XXX
EXCHANGE RATES

An exchange rate between two currencies is the rate at which one currency can be exchanged for another. That is, the exchange rate is the price of a country’s currency in terms of another currency. Exchange rates can be either fixed or floating. Fixed exchange rates are decided by central banks of a country whereas floating exchange rates are decided by the mechanism of market demand and supply.

>Rs. Per 1 USD XXX XXX
>Rs. Per 1 EURO XXX XXX
>Rs. Per 100 YEN XXX XXX
BULLION RATES

Bullion is gold, silver, or other precious metals in the form of bars, ingots, or specialized coins that is said to maintain its worth better than conventional currencies and is therefore kept as a form of emergency currency by both government and private citizens alike. Bullion is also used for trade on a global market often to hedge devaluation risks that government-backed fiat currencies by design pose.

>Standard Gold XXX XXX
CAPITAL MARKET

Capital market is a market where buyers and sellers engage in trade of financial securities like bonds, stocks, etc. The buying/selling is undertaken by participants such as individuals or institutions. In general, this market trades mostly in long-term securities. In India, there are two main stock exchange markets: National Stock Exchange (NSE) and Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE).

>BSE Sensex XXX XXX
COMPANIES

A company is a natural legal entity formed by the association and group of people to work together towards achieving a common objective. It can be a commercial or an industrial enterprise. There are three types of Companies based on Members i.e. Public Company, Private Company and One Person Company.

>Registered Companies XXX XXX
MSME REGISTERED

These enterprises primarily engaged in the production, manufacturing, processing, or preservation of goods and commodities. MSMEs are an important sector for the Indian economy and have contributed immensely to the country’s socio-economic development. It not only generates employment opportunities but also works hand-in-hand towards the development of the nation’s backward and rural areas.

Udyam Registrations
>Micro XXX XXX
>Medium XXX XXX
>Total Udyog Aadhaar XXX XXX
TOURISM

Tourism is the movement of the people from their normal place of residence to another place (with the intention to return) for a minimum period of 24 hours to a maximum of 6 months for the sole purpose of leisure and pleasure.

>e-Tourist Visa XXX XXX
>Tourism Receipts XXX XXX
TRANSPORT

Transport refers the movement of people or goods from one location to another. It removes the obstacle of distance. There are different modes of transport such as road, railway, water, air and pipeline transport.

Air Traffic
>Aircraft Movement XXX XXX
>Freight Movements XXX XXX
Ports
>Traffic Handled At Major Sea Ports XXX XXX
Railways
>Passengers Booked XXX XXX
>Originating Revenue Loading XXX XXX
>Total Traffic Receipts XXX XXX
TELECOMMUNICATIONS

Telecommunications are the means of electronic transmission of information over distances. The information may be in the form of voice telephone calls, data, text, images, or video. Telecommunications services are provided by a communications company that offers voice and data services over a large area. Its include phone services (i.e. wire line and wireless), Internet, television, and networking for businesses and homes.

Telephone Subscribers
>Telephone Subscribers XXX XXX
Broadband Subscribers
>Wireline Subscribers XXX XXX
>Wireless Subscribers XXX XXX
>Total Broadband Subscribers XXX XXX
BharatNet
>Wi-Fi Hotspot Installed in GPs XXX XXX
>FTTH Connections XXX XXX
>Dark Fibre XXX XXX
BharatNet
>Gram Panchayats where OFC Laid XXX XXX
>Broadband Connectivity Provided to GPs XXX XXX
ENERGY GENERATION

Electricity generation is the process of generating electric power from sources of primary energy. There are different sources of energy that are in use: 1) Conventional sources include Coal and Lignite, Large Hydro including Pumped Storage, Nuclear, and Natural gas; 2) Renewable Energy Sources include Solar, Wind, Biomass, Small Hydro, etc; 3) New Technologies include Grid scale battery energy storage systems.

>Total Energy Generation XXX XXX
>Nuclear XXX XXX
>Hydro XXX XXX
>Bhutan Import XXX XXX
Renewable Energy Generation
>Wind XXX XXX
>Solar XXX XXX
Plant Load Factor (PLF)
>Thermal XXX XXX
>Nuclear XXX XXX
PETROLEUM PRICES

Retail prices of petrol and diesel in India are revised by oil companies on a daily basis, according to changes in the price of global crude oil. The central government has the power to tax the production of petroleum products, while states have the power to tax their sale.

>Crude Oil Price XXX XXX
Retail Selling Price (RSP) of Petrol
>Mumbai XXX XXX
>Chennai XXX XXX
>Kolkata XXX XXX
Retail Selling Price (RSP) of Diesel (Rs./Litre)
>Delhi XXX XXX
>Mumbai XXX XXX
>Chennai XXX XXX
>Kolkata XXX XXX
INSURANCE

Insurance is a legal contract between two parties- the insurance company (insurer) and the individual (insured), wherein the insurance company promises to compensate for financial losses due to insured contingencies in return for the premiums paid by the insured individual. There are two types of insurance: 1) Life Insurance, 2) General Insurance.

>Gross Direct Premium Underwritten by Non-Life Insurers XXX XXX
First Year Premium of Life Insurers
>Policies/Schemes XXX XXX
>Lives Covered under Group Schemes XXX XXX
SOCIAL SECURITY

Social Security represents a system of protection of individuals who are in need of such protection (like retirement, resignation, retrenchment, death, disablement) by the State which are beyond the control of the individual members of the society. The Social Security Policies are intended to mitigate or provide cover the costs for these problems and risks faced by persons exposed to these situations.

EPF Members
>New EPF Subscribers XXX XXX
>Number of Exited Members who Rejoined and Resubscribed XXX XXX
>Net Payroll XXX XXX
ESI Members
>Newly Registered Employees XXX XXX
>Existing Employees XXX XXX
NPS Subscribers
>New Subscribers XXX XXX
>Existing Subscribers XXX XXX
RETAIL PRICE OF SELECTED FOOD COMMODITIES

The retail price is the final price that a commodity is sold to customers for, those being the end users or consumers. It means that those customers do not buy the product to re-sell it but to consume it. Retail price is differentiated from manufacturer price and distributor price.

Rice
>Delhi XXX XXX
>West Bengal XXX XXX
>Tamil Nadu XXX XXX
Wheat
>Delhi XXX XXX
>Maharashtra XXX XXX
>West Bengal XXX XXX
>Tamil Nadu XXX XXX
Tur/Arhar Dal
>Delhi XXX XXX
>Maharashtra XXX XXX
>West Bengal XXX XXX
>Tamil Nadui XXX XXX
Masoor Dal
>Delhi XXX XXX
>Maharashtra XXX XXX
>West Bengal XXX XXX
>Tamil Nadu XXX XXX
Sugar
>Delhi XXX XXX
>Maharashtra XXX XXX
>West Bengal XXX XXX
>Tamil Nadu XXX XXX
Mustard Oil (Packed)
>Delhi XXX XXX
>Maharashtra XXX XXX
>West Bengal XXX XXX
>Tamil Nadu XXX XXX
Onion
>Delhi XXX XXX
>Maharashtra XXX XXX
>West Bengal XXX XXX
>Tamil Nadu XXX XXX
Potato
>Delhi XXX XXX
>Maharashtra XXX XXX
>West Bengal XXX XXX
>Tamil Nadu XXX XXX
Tomato
>Delhi XXX XXX
>Maharashtra XXX XXX
>West Bengal XXX XXX
>Tamil Nadu XXX XXX
WAGE RATES

The average daily wage rates are first normalized for eight working hours a day. They are worked out for each of the selected 20 states. The average wage rates at all-India level are derived by dividing the sum total of wages of all the 20 states by the number of quotations. Average daily wage rate data collected for agricultural and non-agricultural occupations.

Agricultural Labourers
>Men XXX XXX
Non-Agricultural Labourers
>Men XXX XXX
>Women XXX XXX
KEY SOCIAL SCHEMES

Social schemes are schemes imposed and controlled by government units for the purpose of providing social benefits to members of the community as a whole, or of particular sections of the community.

Pradhan Mantri Jan - Dhan Yojana (PMJDY)
>No of Beneficiaries XXX XXX
>Deposits in Accounts XXX XXX
Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana (PMSBY)
>Total Enrollments XXX XXX
>Claims Disbursed XXX XXX
Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana(PMJJBY)
>Total Enrollments XXX XXX
>Claims Disbursed XXX XXX
Pradhan Mantri MUDRA Yojana (PMMY)
>Amount Sanctioned XXX XXX
>Total No. of Borrowers XXX XXX
>SHISHU XXX XXX
>KISHORE XXX XXX
>TARUN XXX XXX
>MUDRA Card Issued XXX XXX
Stand Up India Scheme
>SC Enterpreneurs XXX XXX
>ST Enterpreneurs XXX XXX
>Women Enterpreneurs XXX XXX
>Total XXX XXX
Ayushman Bharat - Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (PMJAY)
>Hospitals Empanelled XXX XXX
>Beneficiaries Admitted XXX XXX
>E-Cards Issued XXX XXX
Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana (PMUY)
>LPG Connections Released XXX XXX
UJALA Scheme
>LEDs Distributed XXX XXX
>Tubelights Distributed XXX XXX
>Fans Distributed XXX XXX
Progress under Other Welfare Schmes
>Pensioners Benefited by Jeevan Pramaan XXX XXX
>Door Step Banking Service Providers under India Post Payments Bank XXX XXX
>PM Bhartiya Jan Aushadhi Pariyojana Kendras XXX XXX
>Soil Health Cards Dispatched XXX XXX
>Documents Issued through DigiLocker XXX XXX
>People Enrolled under PM Shram Yogi Maan-Dhan Yojana XXX XXX
>Farmers Registered under PM Fasal Bima Yojana XXX XXX
>People Trained under DDU-GKY XXX XXX
>Length of Road Sanctioned under PM Gram Sadak Yojana XXX XXX
>Houses Completed under PM Awas Yojana XXX XXX
>Household Toilets Constructed under Swachh Bharat XXX XXX
>Households Electrified under Saubhagya XXX XXX
>Children Vaccinated under Mission Indradhanush XXX XXX
>Subscribers under Atal Pension Yojana XXX XXX
>Beneficiaries under PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana XXX XXX
COVID-19 PANDEMIC

COVID-19 is an ongoing global pandemic caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which spreads from an infected person’s mouth or nose in small particles when they cough, sneeze, speak or breathe. COVID-19 vaccines provide strong protection against serious illness, hospitalization, and coronavirus deaths.

COVID-19 Cases
>Confirmed Cases XXX XXX
>Recovered XXX XXX
>Recovery Rate XXX XXX
>Deaths XXX XXX
>Fatality Rates XXX XXX
Vaccination by Age Groups
>12-14 years (1st Dose) XXX XXX
>12-14 years (2nd Dose) XXX XXX
>15-18 years (1st Dose) XXX XXX
>15-18 years (2nd Dose) XXX XXX
>18 to 59 Years (Precaution Dose) XXX XXX
>Over 18 Years (1st Dose) XXX XXX
>Over 18 Years (2nd Dose) XXX XXX
>Total Vaccinated XXX XXX
Vaccinated Ratio
>Vaccination by Age Groups XXX XXX

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