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New Data: India - GVA by industry - Addendum [1951 to 2014]
Wednesday, 17 Apr 2019 15:12 ET
By Megan McGee
April 2019 -- For gross value added by industry at current and constant prices for India, we have added history classified under NIC 1998 (41 defunct annual series, 1951 to 2014).

Dataset properties:

  • Classification: NIC 1998, which is aligned with UN ISIC Rev. 3
  • Measurements: 10 million Indian rupees at current (10 Mil. INR) or constant FY 2005 prices (10 Mil. 2004-05 INR)
  • Seasonal adjustment: Not applicable
  • Native frequency: Annual(March)
  • Date range: 1951 to 2014

The series reside in the historical catalog (India » National accounts » by Value Added » Discontinued » Ref FY 2005, 1951 to 2014) and include, for example:

  • NACSGVAAF_05UA.IIND  = [DISCONTINUED] National accounts: Production approach - Gross value added [GVA] at factor costs - Agriculture; forestry and fishing, (10 Mil. 2004-05 INR)
  • NACSGVAPA_05UA.IIND  = [DISCONTINUED] Public administration and defence, (10 Mil. 2004-05 INR)
  • NALSGVAWWA_05UA.IIND = [DISCONTINUED] Electricity; gas and water supply, (10 Mil. INR)

Because catalog locations are subject to change, the upper-right search box on DataBuffet.com provides a "find in catalog" mode that accepts a mnemonic.

Please be aware that

In this presentation, GDP is reported at factor price, which is market price less net indirect taxes. More commonly, GVA for each industry is reported at basic price and GDP is reported at market price (a.k.a. purchasers' price), where basic price is market price less "taxes less subsidies on products". The successor dataset (at FY 2012 prices) uses this latter convention.

In India, many statistics use a fiscal year (a.k.a. "financial year" or "FY") as the reference period. This runs from 1 April to the next 30 March, and is designated by the calendar year of the second half of the period. At present, Data Buffet unit-descriptors depict this using a mix of syntaxes: "2004 to 2005", "2004-05", or "FY 2005.

The multiplier "10 million" (10^7) is expressed locally as "crore".

See also

Related ReleaseGross Domestic Product
SourceMinistry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (MOSPI)
Release DateReference date
29 Nov 20193Q 2019