National income 1950 2014 ppt
This ppt has the data upto 1950-2010.....
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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1. In 2009,India has emerged as the 2nd fast growing economy after
China and has been at the forefront of emerging out of the recession
at breakneck speed.
2. The growth rate has jumped from 6.5 percent and it close to 9
percent this year.
According to World Bank report, India Gross Domestic
Product accounts to 1217 billion dollars or 1.96% of the
In the growth of our National Income the three major sectors are-
Let us first look at briefly the overall economic development
process of the country since independence in 1947 until the
present day. Figure of the economic growth rates (three-
year moving averages) of India in order to
eliminate year to year fluctuations.
It is found from the figure that India suffered a relatively low economic growth rates around 3.5
percent per annum until the late 1970s
For the growth of our national income the first
important is of our First five year plan
objectives and achievements…..It is our Mile
stone for our economic growth.
Agriculture Sector -
With a large fluctuations due to the influence of the agricultural sector growth which largely
depended on the monsoon situation :-
1. And finally, after the full-scale economic liberalization in 1991 the economic growth
rates in India accelerated to a very high level (usually more than 6 percent, and 3 even
more than 8 percent after the mid-2000s) until recently.
2. It is notable at the same time that the agricultural sector growth started to clearly lag
behind the GDP growth since the 1990s.
1.The industrial sector is one of the main sectors that contribute to the Indian
2.The industrial sector accounts for around 27.6% of the India GDP.
3.The Growth Rate of the Industry Sector in India GDP came to around 6.6% in
2003- 2004 .
4.SSI Sector plays a major role in India's present export performance.
5.45%-50% of the Indian Exports is contributed by SSI Sector.
6.It has been mostly fuelled by the performance of garments, leather and gems and
jewellery units from this sector.
(at current prices)
1.The Services Sector contributes the most to the Indian GDP.
2.The Services Sector contributed only 15% to the Indian GDP in 1950.
3. Further the Indian Services Sector's share in the country's GDP has
increased from 43.695% in 1990- 1991 to around 51.16% in 1998- 1999.
4. This shows that the Services Sector in India accounts for over half of the
If we talk our overall GDP in which the performance of
Agriculture, Industrial and Service sector from 1950-
……..If we want to see India as Economic Superpower then
•Save Fuel and use Public Transport.