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FOR INFORMATION OF THE USER

 

ASI DATA, PUBLISHED TABLES AND CUSTOMISED SPECIAL TABLES ARE NOW AVAILABLE IN ELECTRONIC MEDIA ON REQUEST ON CHARGEABLE BASIS. THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS ETC. FOR PROCUREMENT OF ASI DATA ARE GIVEN BELOW.

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ANNUAL SURVEY OF INDUSTRIES: 20102011 VOLUME – I

CONTENTS

SUBJECT

PAGE NO(S).

Preface Contents Section 1: Introduction

I II S11 – S16

Detailed Tables

Table 1: Estimate of selected characteristics of factory sector

T11 – T115

by 4digit industry class (NIC2008) for allIndia Table 2: Estimate of selected characteristics of factory sector

T21 – T2163

by 3digit industry group (NIC2008) for each state/ut Table 2a: Estimate of selected characteristics of factory sector

T2a1 – T2a84

by 2digit industry division (NIC2008) for each state/ut Table 2b: Estimate of selected characteristics of factory sector

T2b1 – T2b3

by 2digit industry division (NIC2008) for allIndia Table 3: Estimate of (i) employment, (ii) mandays employed and

T31 – T315

(iii) emoluments paid in the factory sector by their type for each 4digit industry class (NIC2008) for all India Table 4: Estimate of (i) employment, (ii) mandays employed and

T41 – T4163

(iii) emoluments paid in the factory sector by their type for each 3digit industry group (NIC2008) for each state/ut Table 4a: Estimate of (i) employment, (ii) mandays employed and T4a1 – T4a87

(iii) emoluments paid in the factory sector by their type for each 2digit industry division (NIC2008) for each state/ut Table 5: Fuels consumed in the factory sector by type of fuel for each

T51 – T54

4digit industry class (NIC2008) for allIndia Table 6: Fuels consumed in the factory sector by type of fuel for each

T61 – T650

3digit industry group (NIC2008) for each state/ut Table 6a: Fuels consumed in the factory sector by type of fuel for each T6a1 – T6a31 2digit industry division (NIC2008) for each state/ut

Table 7: Estimate of structural ratios and technical coefficients for

T71

factory sector during 200607 to 201011 Table 8: Estimate of RSE for few basic parameters at 2digit industry division (NIC2008) for allIndia

T81

Annexure

AnnexureI: Collection of Statistics Act and Rules AnnexureII: Sample Design and Estimation Procedure AnnexureIII: ASI Schedule of Enquiry AnnexureIV: Concepts, Definitions and Procedures AnnexureV: Classification of Industries (NIC2008) AnnexureVI: Merged Industries by State AnnexureVII: Factory Estimation Procedures for ASI 201011

II

Section 1 ANNUAL SURVEY OF INDUSTRIES: 201011

1.1 Scope and Coverage

  • 1.1.1 The Annual Survey of Industries (ASI) has been conducted since 1959 under the

authority of the Collection of Statistics Act, 1953. From ASI 201011, the survey is conducted under the authority of the Collection of Statistics Act, 2008. In accordance with the provisions of the Collection of Statistics (Central) Rules, 2011 framed under the Act, it had been designed to obtain comprehensive and detailed data with the objectives of estimating the contribution of manufacturing industries as a whole to the national income by type of industry, systematic study of the structure of the industry by type of industry, occasional analysis of the various factors influencing industries in the country to facilitate the construction of comprehensive, factual and systematic bases for formulation of policy. A copy of the above Act and the Rules made there under is given in Annexure – I.

  • 1.1.2 Coverage of the Annual Survey of Industries extends to the entire Factory Sector

comprising industrial units (called factories) registered under the Sections 2(m)(i) and 2(m)(ii) of the Factories Act, 1948, wherein a ‘Factory’, which is the primary statistical unit of enumeration for the ASI, is defined as:

‘Any premises’ including the precincts thereof:

(i) Wherein ten or more workers are working or were working on any day of the preceding twelve months, and in any part of which a manufacturing process is being carried on with the aid of power or is ordinarily so carried on, or, (ii) Wherein twenty or more workers are working or were working on any day of the preceding twelve months, and in any part of which a manufacturing process is being carried on without the aid of power or is ordinarily so carried on, but does not include a mine subject to the operation of the Mines Act, 1952, or a railway running shed.

The ‘manufacturing process’ referred to above has been defined [vide Section 2(k)] in the Factories Act, 1948 as:

‘Any process’ for:

  • (i) making, altering, ornamenting, finishing, packing, oiling, washing, cleaning,

breaking up, demolishing or otherwise treating or adapting any article or substance with a view to its use, sale, transport, delivery or disposal; or, (ii) pumping oil, water or sewage ; or, (iii) generating , transforming or transmitting power; or, (iv) composing types for printing by letter press, lithography, photogravure or other similar process or book binding; or,

  • (v) constructing, reconstructing, repairing, refitting, finishing or breaking up ships

or vessels; or, (vi) preserving or storing any article in cold storage.

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1.1.3

In addition to Sections 2(m)(i) & 2(m)(ii) of the Factories Act, 1948, bidi & cigar units,

employing 10 or more workers with the aid of power and 20 or more workers without the aid of power and registered under the Bidi & Cigar Workers (Conditions of Employment) Act, 1966 are also covered in ASI.

  • 1.1.4 Although the scope of the ASI was extended to all registered manufacturing

establishments in the country, establishments under the control of the Defence Ministry, oil storage and distribution units, restaurants and cafes and technical training institutions not producing anything for sale or exchange were kept outside the coverage of the ASI. The Collection of Statistics Act, 2008, being not applicable to Jammu & Kashmir, factories in that state used to be covered under ASI on a voluntary basis till a similar State Act, called the Jammu & Kashmir Collection of Statistics Act, 1961 was enacted and the Collection of Statistics Rules, 1964 was framed thereunder making thereby the collection of statistics under the ASI also statutory in that state. The geographical coverage of the Annual Survey of Industries, 20102011 has been extended to the entire country.

1.2 Unit of Enumeration

  • 1.2.1 The primary unit of enumeration in the survey is a factory in the case of manufacturing

industries, a workshop in the case of repair services, an undertaking or a licensee in the case of

electricity, gas and water supply undertakings and an establishment in the case of bidi and cigar industries. The owner of two or more establishments located in the same state and pertaining to the same industry group and belonging to census scheme only is, however, permitted to furnish a single consolidated return, termed as ‘Joint Return’. Such consolidated returns are a common feature in the case of bidi and cigar establishments, electricity and certain public sector undertakings.

1.3 ASI Frame

  • 1.3.1 The ASI frame is based on the lists of registered factory / units maintained by the Chief

Inspector of Factories (CIF) in each state and those maintained by registration authorities in respect of bidi and cigar establishments and electricity undertakings. The frame is being revised and updated periodically by the Regional Offices of the Field Operations Division of NSSO in consultation with the Chief Inspector of Factories in the state. At the time of revision, the names of the deregistered factories are removed from the ASI frame and those of the newly registered factories are added. In updation, only new registrations are added to the existing frame. In spite of regular updating of the frame, quite a number of smallsized factories selected for the survey are found to be nonexisting in the field and are termed as deleted factories. However, such factories

are not taken into consideration for the purpose of tabulation and analysis in this report.

  • 1.3.2 All electricity undertakings other than captive units as well as all departmental

undertakings such as Railway workshops, etc. have been kept outside the purview of ASI from 1999

2000.

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1.4 Reference Period

  • 1.4.1 Reference period for ASI 20102011 was the accounting year of the factory, ending on

any day during the fiscal year 20102011. Thus in ASI 20102011, data collected from respective establishment relate to their accounting year ended on any day between 1 st April 2010 and 31 st March 2011. Survey was conducted in the year 20112012 (October 2011 to April 2012).

1.5 Sample Design and Sample Allocation

  • 1.5.1 As per the decision taken by the Standing Committee on Industrial Statistics (SCIS), a

new sampling design has been adopted since ASI 200708. Accordingly, for ASI 20102011, the Census Sector has been defined as follows:

  • a) All industrial units belonging to the six less industrially developed states/ UT’s viz. Manipur,

Meghalaya, Nagaland, Sikkim, Tripura and Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

  • b) For the rest of the twentysix states/ UT’s., (i) units having 100 or more workers, and (ii) all

factories covered under Joint Returns.

  • 1.5.2 Strata (State by Sector by 4digit of NIC08) having less than or equal to four units after

selecting the Census Sector units as defined above are also selected as census sector.

  • 1.5.3 From the remaining frame, samples are drawn considering a uniform sampling fraction

of 18% for the states within a State X Sector X 4digit NIC with a minimum of 4 units evenly distributed in two subsamples.

1.6 Estimation Procedure

  • 1.6.1 The sample design and procedures for estimation of the characteristics are shown in

AnnexureII.

  • 1.6.2 For some selected units, it is found during the survey that the unit existed in the given

location and had engaged some employees during the reference period, but could not initiate production or did not produce anything during the reference period due to various reasons, and can take up production any moment once the problems are sorted out. These units, for the purpose of the survey, are considered as closed units and similarly placed with other surveyed units (i.e., units for which the relevant information could be collected) in respect of all parameters, such as, assets, employment, etc. There are some other units which existed in the given location, but did not engage any employee during the reference period, and also, did not initiate production or produce anything during the reference period. These units, for the purpose of ASI, are considered as nonoperative units and termed as NOP cases, during the reference period. Moreover, as a matter of practice, these units are maintained in the frame for consecutive three years and are meant for selection for survey with the consideration that these units might start production any time employing some workers. In case, however, any such unit is found to be nonoperative for consecutive three years, it is assumed to be dead and marked deleted from the frame and thus, from the survey. Important to note that in providing the estimated number of units (factories) for the reference period, unlike the practices of previous years, these units are also similarly placed

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with other surveyed units, in the usual manner, in estimating the parameters presented in this report.

  • 1.6.3 The results presented in the publications are based on the central sample data collected

by the FOD, NSSO and processed by the CSO (IS Wing). Moreover, all the estimated value figures given in this publication are reported in current prices. The value figures are generally rounded off to thousand rupees or lakhs of rupees. All India figures are rounded off separately and may not tally with the sum of State/UT’s figures. Similarly, allIndustry figures may not tally with the sum of individual industry figures. Also the industrywise totals at lower level may not tally with the next higher level due to necessary merging at different levels.

1.7 Schedule of Enquiry

  • 1.7.1 The schedule for ASI 20102011 has two parts. PartI which is processed at the CSO (IS

Wing), Kolkata, aims to collect data on assets and liabilities, employment and labour cost, receipts, expenses, input items – indigenous and imported, products and byproducts, distributive expenses etc. PartII, processed by the Labour Bureau, aims to collect data on different aspects of labour statistics, namely, working days, mandays worked, absenteeism, labour turnover, manhours worked, earning and social security benefits. A copy of the ASI 20102011 schedule is given as Annexure –III. The different concepts and definitions used in ASI survey are given in AnnexureIV.

1.8 Classification of Industries

  • 1.8.1 The NIC1970 was followed to classify economic activities of the factories from ASI

197374 to ASI 198889. NIC1987 had then been introduced and followed till ASI 199798. NIC1998 was then followed from ASI 199899 to ASI 200304. From ASI 200405, the new series of classification, i.e., NIC2004 has been introduced and the same has been used till ASI 200708. From ASI 200809, NIC2008 has been introduced. It classifies all the factories in the ASI frame in their appropriate industry groups on the basis of the principal product manufactured. This way a unit gets classified in one and only one industry group even though it might be manufacturing products belonging to different industries. The estimates for different aggregates presented in this report at two or three or four digit level of industry correspond to the NIC2008 classification.

1.9 Publications and Limitations

  • 1.9.1 The results of ASI 20102011 are released at 4digit level of NIC2008 for AllIndia and at

2/3digit level of NIC2008 for states /UT's. The list of 3/4digit level of NIC2008 codes along with descriptions is given in AnnexureV. While VolumeI contains tables related to capitals and value added, employment and labour cost, fuels consumed etc., VolumeII contains NIC by statewise materials consumed as well as products & byproducts generated by the factories. These input/output items are classified as per National Product Classification for Manufacturing Sector (NPCMS), 2011.

  • 1.9.2 The Collection of Statistics Act prohibits disclosure of data relating to individual

factories. Therefore, if the number of factories under any industry (3digit level of NIC2008) in a state is less than three, the data have been combined to a similar industry in order to conceal the identity of all such units belonging to the concerned stratum. Similarly, if number of units under

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any 4digit level of NIC at AllIndia level is less than three, the industry has been merged to a similar industry under the same broad industry group. A list of such merged industries is given in Annexure –VI.

  • 1.9.3 All the estimates, especially for quantity and value figures for any particular item

consumed and produced, are subject to Statistical Error as these are estimated on the basis of a

selected sample. The consumptions and productions are not estimated separately for those items for which the number of observations is insufficient. They have been reported under 'others' as the estimates for those items may not be proper.

  • 1.9.4 As per tabulation policy it has been decided to publish the detailed information

corresponding to industry codes 01, 08, 10 to 33, 38 and 58 following NIC2008. For all other industry codes, the units have been clubbed and shown under a common industry 'Other' in different tables.

  • 1.9.5 Another important point may also be noted that the rates and ratios of some

parameters presented in this report at the disaggregate level, particularly for the smaller states and UTs cross classified by 2/3/4digit level of industry classification, are subject to the limitation of small sample and thus, the user may cautiously interpret the changes of these parameters over time.

  • 1.9.6 Prior to ASI 201011, although the samples were drawn from the domain of units with

the statuses ‘open’, ‘closed’ and ‘nonoperative’; separate treatment was given to these units for estimating the “number of factories” and “number of factories in operation”. While the units with the status code ‘1’ (i.e., open) only were considered as surveyed cases for estimating the “number of factories in operation”, the units with the status codes ‘1’ and ‘2’ (i.e., open and closed respectively) were considered as surveyed cases for estimating the “number of factories”, and accordingly the multipliers (weights) were calculated. Now, all the units with codes ‘1’, ‘2’ and ‘3’, that is, all units with ‘open’, ‘closed’ and ‘NOP’ statuses are similarly placed and are considered as surveyed cases for estimating the “number of factories in operation” and multipliers (weights) are calculated accordingly. After deriving the estimates mentioned above, all the rates and ratios in respect of ‘per factory’ are derived using the estimate of “number of factories in operation” unless otherwise mentioned. The detailed discussion of procedures for estimation of factory for ASI 2010

11 is given in AnnexureVII.

  • 1.9.7 Description of industries along with NIC2008 codes covered in ASI are given in

AnnexureV and as per the tabulation policy, information for them are processed and brought out in the ASI publications. In Table 1 of publication: ASI, Volume I, selected characteristics of the factories are presented at the 4digit level of industry for allIndia. For the first time in ASI 201011,

it has been observed that industry Class ‘0164’ (Seed Processing for propagation) has been reported by some units whereas, the 2digit industry division recorded in ASI frame for such units is ‘10’ (Manufacture of Food Products). The detailed description of the industry Class ‘0164’ is produced below:

“This class includes all postharvest activities aimed at improving the propagation quality of seed through the removal of nonseed materials, undersized, mechanically or insectdamaged and immature seeds as well as removing the seed moisture to a safe level for seed storage. This activity includes the drying, cleaning, grading and treating of seeds until they are marketed. The treatment

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of genetically modified seeds is included here. This class excludes growing of seeds, processing of seeds to obtain oil and research to develop or modify new forms of seeds.”

It is evident from the activity description of industry Class ‘0164’ that it is similarly placed with the industry Class ‘0163’ (Post harvest crop activities: Preparation of crops for primary markets, i.e., cleaning, trimming, grading, disinfecting; Cotton ginning, cleaning and bailing, Preparation of tobacco leaves; Other post harvest crop activities, n.e.c.), which is already covered in ASI. The same is, therefore, included in ASI from ASI 201011 onwards.

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Table 1: Estimate of selected characteristics of factory sector by 4digit industry class (NIC2008) for allIndia

AllIndia

(Values in Rs. Lakh unless otherwise mentioned)

 

Characteristics

 

4digit industry class: NIC2008

 

All

0163

0164*

0893

1010

1020

1030

1040

1050

1061

1.

Number of Factories (no.)

211660

4238

100

93

115

436

1052

3307

1493

17792

2.

Factories in Operation (no.)

172177

3149

100

86

112

371

912

2627

1309

14970

3.

Fixed Capital

160700652

362116

55531

14083

113506

135663

531916

1614818

704491 1306519

4.

Physical Working Capital

78657350

811875

101242

3907

74906

166167

328684

2121758

482711 3539702

5.

Working Capital

62036285

541301

55647

4173

101151

89572

286403

1213531

437352 2317020

6.

Invested Capital

239358002

1173990

156773

17990

188412

301830

860600

3736576 1187202 4846221

7.

Gross Value of Addition to Fixed Capital

37100461

52016

11231

615

16057

24934

157077

346997

168067

313552

8.

Rent Paid for Fixed Assets

1349336

2899

1213

148

896

1628

9283

12550

9419

23439

9.

Outstanding Loan

82563795

481055

34074

3505

53752

99630

434934

1005859

402903 1606259

10.

Interest Paid

8802079

76051

6594

386

5859

23277

32858

151013

56437

316030

11.

Rent Received for Fixed Assets

275104

2045

0

0

73

963

1298

6078

1378

2500

12.

Interest Received

1274584

7275

5559

103

298

1465

1857

19622

13876

14338

13.

Gross Value of Plant & Machinary

146885567

144978

53891

15682

99961

92515

295713 1330161

605437

607321

14.

Value of Product and ByProduct

408371845

4634643

179764

12201

716344

961626

812536 12074624 5628150 10513638

15.

Total Output

467621696

5763144

183772

12675

752992

1081978

1066319

14325310 6025524 12826345

16.

Fuels Consumed

19542403

47522

1389

1911

22287

27546

39047

252196

143444

264312

17.

Materials Consumed

302044142

4252413

103322

1974

622158

872251

582392 11337434 4878625 9318157

18.

Total Inputs

385108361

5371299

144162

5694

681072

1012253

848618 13813011 5595086 11845614

19.

Gross Value Added

82513335

391845

39610

6981

71920

69725

217701

512299

430438

980731

20.

Depreciation

12055754

32832

6005

1549

10699

12737

42907

113846

66559

136780

21.

Net Value Added

70457581

359013

33604

5431

61221

56988

174794

398453

363878

843950

22.

Net Fixed Capital Formation

16309792

15675

4959

951

2230

9324

87079

196757

70182

130946

23.

Gross Fixed Capital Formation

28365547

48507

10965

598

12929

22061

129986

310604

136741

267726

24.

Addition in stock of

16224854

264783

13715

237

25445

25837

73726

442648

7787

724302

 

(a)

Materials,Fuels etc.

7742594

95128

7302

22

4465

515

29140

270962 21261 397241

(b)

Semi Finished Goods

2707800

2281

104

261

3441

127

2017

33456

29643

19539

(c)

Finished Goods

5774460

171936

6517

46

17539

26225

42569

138230

595 307522

25.

Gross Capital Formation

44590400

313290

24679

835

38373

47898

203711

753251

144528

992029

26.

Income

60306166

280063

25797

4897

54466

32082

132653

234890

298023

504481

27.

Profit

39016161

230435

8082

1287

32533

438

67507

105534

57098 282886

* Please refer page S15

Table 1: Estimate of selected characteristics of factory sector by 4digit industry class (NIC2008) for allIndia

AllIndia

(Values in Rs. Lakh unless otherwise mentioned)

Characteristics

 

4digit industry class: NIC2008

 

1062

1071

1072

1073

1074

1075

1079

1080

1101

1102

  • 1. Number of Factories (no.)

757

1450

895

509

83

343

5114

677

325

74

  • 2. Factories in Operation (no.)

642

1231

757

450

43

96

4635

592

306

64

  • 3. Fixed Capital

192117

281791 3721427

260067

40311

60218

1015961

149963

631732

41785

  • 4. Physical Working Capital

114688

100802 4238271

79740

7894

6828

803303

203203

206995

31699

  • 5. Working Capital

98234

147741

795516

28839

1124

11402

798749

159148

216374

22864

  • 6. Invested Capital

306805

382593 7959698

339807

48205

67046

1819264

353166

838727

73484

  • 7. Gross Value of Addition to Fixed Capital

38276

71759

800452

85323

5985

18928

224536

40110

151638

11045

  • 8. Rent Paid for Fixed Assets

1888

7107

15035

4779

77

1703

16611

5423

3291

297

  • 9. Outstanding Loan

91804

186143 2835882

75540

6455

34058

716453

123683

293762

18458

10. Interest Paid

14037

18957

404361

8097

1030

1405

86699

12509

39215

1574

11. Rent Received for Fixed Assets

69

556

8789

809

7

80

963

299

553

386

12. Interest Received

469

3965

22592

783

10

98

13459

2519

3044

183

13. Gross Value of Plant & Machinary

149922

218073 3825006

249530

30710

31180

769187

111410

568261

35652

14. Value of Product and ByProduct

639077

1251865

7063008

740153

210079

80925

4385732

2180751 1292098

150761

15. Total Output

648895

1434931

7585384

841001

210847

94793

5141903

2335795 1375140

157501

16. Fuels Consumed

44046

79526

232676

33786

5831

6140

196607

37393

64622

4111

17. Materials Consumed

425827

768399

5715514

497582

78790

49918

3219460

1687186 869972

98429

18. Total Inputs

509536

1055170

6510929

633755

88924

70084

4250022

1903568 1089592

120845

19. Gross Value Added

139359

379761 1074455

207246

121923

24709

891881

432227

285548

36656

20. Depreciation

14370

31432

247778

21996

3309

4216

87892

14632

44979

3475

21. Net Value Added

124988

348328

826678

185250

118614

20493

803989

417595

240568

33181

22. Net Fixed Capital Formation

19135

30136

401739

38646

3229

13727

90402

21953

64320

5110

23. Gross Fixed Capital Formation

33505

61568

649517

60643

80

17943

178293

36585

109300

8584

24. Addition in stock of

27487

10938

703729

17405

1248

3058

126415

36933

14047

4489

  • (a) Materials,Fuels etc.

14147

5510

16418

12565

1609

2310

96418

31625

12380

3148

  • (b) Semi Finished Goods

6486

191

11635

418

282

40

1934

672

925

900

  • (c) Finished Goods

6854

5237

708512

4422

643

708

31931

5980

742

441

25. Gross Capital Formation

60992

72506 1353245

78048

1327

21002

304707

73517

123347

13073

26. Income

109063

322264

407281

172374

117507

17384

700679

399664

198063

31310

27. Profit

83427

239764

7797

123144

112295

1038

436669

348462

138534

22639

Table 1: Estimate of selected characteristics of factory sector by 4digit industry class (NIC2008) for allIndia

AllIndia

(Values in Rs. Lakh unless otherwise mentioned)

Characteristics

 

4digit industry class: NIC2008

 

1103

1104

1200

1311

1312

1313

1391

1392

1393

1394

1. Number of Factories (no.)

154

1264

3493

6572

2505

4135

2029

1051

443

788

2. Factories in Operation (no.)

139

997

2882

4797

1976

3110

737

732

405

639

3. Fixed Capital

419121

849105

260784

6238386

1708991

1618151

293921

528278

123268

117232

4. Physical Working Capital

141876

208376

494321

3468104

874821

596118

138426

346927

133905

94736

5. Working Capital

260097

411158

412622

455293

706642

722057

144788

251552

139191

58843

6. Invested Capital

560997

1057481

755105

9706490

2583812

2214269

432347

875205

257172

211968

7. Gross Value of Addition to Fixed Capital

80846

196735

92051

1309022

509123

303112

58682

83665

17133

21595

8. Rent Paid for Fixed Assets

3817

4971

7040

13530

6334

9639

1969

4062

1114

936

9. Outstanding Loan

181612

370214

130168

5147939

873464

1182261

215943

360436

72149

58122

10. Interest Paid

25134

21553

22183

489082

110298

91259

20240

42549

12108

13543

11. Rent Received for Fixed Assets

1549

2242

1955

5372

1904

1249

351

2633

165

524

12. Interest Received

1942

544

5587

30994

7950

5571

1370

3911

3578

453

13. Gross Value of Plant & Machinary

360046

698053

340188

7342960

2028460

1426976

251903

397138

57017

106533

14. Value of Product and ByProduct

901232

1155880 2397887

14153654

3397217

2238978

702257

1128584

404102

384691

15. Total Output

954417

1374504 2659033

15560765

3990427

3757039

798578

1241459

490206

488561

16. Fuels Consumed

46179

56504

26471

1127382

245797

458499

38181

52497

9463

21177

17. Materials Consumed

533766

718924

1252068 10206863

2328124

2073314

519448

842193

232162

236388

18. Total Inputs

697616

1026900 1727338

12853801

3268164

3057703

670169

1084257

427647

382158

19. Gross Value Added

256801

347604

931695

2706964

722263

699336

128409

157202

62559

106403

20. Depreciation

31416

70809

33449

575657

160907

158531

25230

39775

10802

11544

21. Net Value Added

225385

276794

898246

2131308

561356

540805

103179

117427

51757

94858

22. Net Fixed Capital Formation

40020

95034

28672

534196

304424

62029

20768

35746

3715

7629

23. Gross Fixed Capital Formation

71435

165844

62121

1109852

465331

220560

45998

75520

14517

19173

24. Addition in stock of

30612

12593

99869

1221605

302467

190018

32761

67614

36966

22025

(a) Materials,Fuels etc.

21325

5587

65619

656261

185413

125561

16693

28398

16427