1. Delhi’s per capita income highest in India

Delhi’s per capita income highest in India

Delhi recorded the highest per capita income among all states in the country at Rs 2,40,849 during financial year 2014-15, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today said.

By: | New Delhi | Published: December 9, 2015 10:07 PM
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According to Delhi Government’s Delhi Statistical Hand Book, 2015 released today, Delhi’s per capita income in 2014-15 has increased to Rs 2.41 lakh from Rs 2.12 lakh in the previous fiscal, a rise of nearly 13.50 per cent over the period. (Source: Express photo by Ravi Kanojia)

Delhi recorded the highest per capita income among all states in the country at Rs 2,40,849 during financial year 2014-15, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today said.

According to Delhi Government’s Delhi Statistical Hand Book, 2015 released today, Delhi’s per capita income in 2014-15 has increased to Rs 2.41 lakh from Rs 2.12 lakh in the previous fiscal, a rise of nearly 13.50 per cent over the period.

Puducherry recorded the second highest per capita income in the country at Rs 1,75,006 followed by Haryana at Rs 1,47,076 during 2014-15.

As per the survey, the Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) of Delhi, at current prices, in 2014-15 has increased to over Rs 4.51 lakh crore, a growth of 15.35 per cent over the previous year.

At constant prices, the growth of the GSDP for 2014-15 is 12.81 per cent as compared to 7.4 per cent recorded at national level.

The Net State Domestic Product (NSDP) at current prices during 2014-15 has increased to 43.19 lakh crore, recording a rise of 15.66 per cent while at constant prices it rose to 2.25 lakh crore recording a rise of 8.28 per cent.

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    aam aadmi
    Dec 11, 2015 at 2:51 pm
    Kejri government’s plan to shut down the schools in Delhi from 01 January to 15 January 2015 confirms the Tughlaqi nature of its anarchic “ODD EVEN” formula. Arvind Kejriwal has dug his own grave by creating “ODD-EVEN Anarchy”. No wonder, people of Delhi have started comparing him with MOHAMMAD TUGHLAQ for creating a new problem instead of solving an old problem (the problem of AIR POLLUTION) which demands multi-pronged strategy.
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      mathpal sk
      Dec 10, 2015 at 5:45 am
      JUST CHECKOUT THE PEOPLE WORKING IN THE SHOPS SHOWROOM AT CHANDNI CHOWK/KAROLBAGH ETC GETTING 4 - 5 THOUSAND (IN CASH ) PER MONTH FOR ABOVE 10 HOURS WORKING TIME.
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