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PrefaceThe Household Consumer Expenditure Surveys of the National Sample Survey (NSS) are theprimary source of data on various indicators of level of living of different segments of the populationat national and State levels. These are used for planning, policy formulation, decision support and asinput for further statistical exercises by various Government organizations, academicians, researchersand scholars. NSS surveys on Household Consumer Expenditure with a large sample size ofhouseholds have been conducted quinquennially from the 27tl1 round (October 1972 - September1973) ofNSS onwards. The NSS 68th round survey, carried out during July 2011 - June 2012, wasthe ninth quinquennial survey in the series, covering subjects of (i) Household Consumer Expenditureand (ii) Employment and Unemployment. The field work ofthis survey was carried out by the FieldOperations Division (FOD) of the National Sample Survey Office (NSSO), which surveyed theCentral sample. Most of the State Governments also participated in the survey on a matching samplesize basis.Based on the Central sample data, the results of the quinquennial surveys of ConsumerExpenditure are being brought out by NSSO in a number of reports. Key Indicators of HouseholdConsumer Expenditure in India, 2011-12, and unit level data were released in June 2013. Apart fromthis, six detailed reports were planned to be released on varied aspects of household consumerexpenditure based on NSS 68th round data. The three reports already released are: first, Level andPattern of Consumer Expenditure, giving estimates of averages, distribution and composition ofhousehold consumer expenditure at national and State levels; second, Household Consumption ofVarious Goods and Services in India, giving estimates of per capita expenditure for all items ofconsumption for which data were separately recorded in the schedule of enquiry, along with theestimated proportions of households consuming each item during the reference period and third,Nutritional Intake in India, giving estimates of nutritional intake by the Indian population. Thepresent report, the fourth in the series, investigates the variation in level and pattern of consumerexpenditure across various socio-economic groups of households. Households are categorised intodifferent socio-economic groups on the basis of (i) social group (ii) household (occupation) type and,in rural areas, also by (iii) size of land possessed. This report contains three chapters and threeappendices. The main findings of the survey relating to the subject of this report are presented inChapter Three.The Survey Design and Research Division (SDRD) of the NSSO undertook thedevelopment of the survey instruments and the preparation of this document. The field work wascarried out by the Field Operations Division (FOD) ofNSSO while the data processing and tabulationwork was handled by the Data Processing Division (DPD) of NSSO. The Coordination andPublication Division (CPD) coordinated various activities pertaining to the survey.I am highly thankful to the members of the Working Group of NSS 68th round andNational Statistical Commission for their valuable guidance provided at various stages of the survey. Ialso place on record my appreciation of efforts made by officers of different divisions of NSSOinvolved in the preparation of this document. I hope that this document will be found useful byplanners, policy makers and researchers. Suggestions for improvement of its content and coveragewill be highly appreciated. t-G4(AC1. hra)New DelhiFebruary 2015Director General & Chief Executive OfficerNational Sample Survey Office

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HighlightsThe report is based on information collected through NSS Schedule 1.0 (Consumer Expenditure),Type 2, during July 2011-June 2012 from 101651 households (59683 rural and 41968 urban) in 7469villages and 5268 urban blocks spread over the entire country.AVERAGE MPCE ACROSS SOCIO-ECONOMIC GROUPS In rural India, the average MPCE was Rs.1122 for ST, Rs.1252 for SC and Rs.1439for OBC. In urban India it was Rs.2193 for ST, Rs.2028 for SC, and Rs.2275 for[Statement 3.1]OBC. The average MPCE of ‘Others’ at all-India level (Rs.1719 in rural and Rs.3242 inurban India) was more than the all-groups average (Rs.1430 in rural and Rs.2630 in[Statement 3.1]urban India) in both sectors. Among the rural household types, average MPCE was Rs.1509 for ‘self-employed innon-agriculture’, Rs.1436 for ‘self-employed in agriculture’, Rs.2002 for ‘regularwage/salary earning’, Rs.1159 for ‘casual labour in agriculture’, Rs.1238 for ‘casual[Statement 3.2]labour in non-agriculture’ and Rs.1893 for ‘others’. In urban India, average MPCE was Rs.2415 for the ‘self-employed’, Rs.3062 for the‘regular wage or salary earning’, Rs.1514 for ‘casual labour’ and Rs.3734 for ‘others’.[ Statement 3.2] Among rural households classified by size of land possessed, the topmost class ( 4hectares) had an average MPCE of Rs.1953 and the lowest class ( 0.01 hectares) hadan average MPCE of Rs. 1391.[ Statement 3.4] A positive association between size of land possessed and average MPCE in the ruralsector was by and large, observed in most major States, especially if the lowest classwas left out, in the sense that average MPCE increased with increase in land size.[Para 3.4.3]DISTRIBUTION OF MPCE If MPCE classes are formed so that percentage of population (taking all social grouptogether) is the same in all the classes, the percentage of ST and SC population is seento fall as one moves from lower to higher MPCE classes, the fall being more steep incase of ST in the rural sector. By contrast, the percentage of the ‘Others’ populationincreases as one moves from lower to higher MPCE classes. For OBCs, there is a fallin the urban sector but not in the rural. [Para 3.5.3] In the rural sector the percentage of ‘regular wage/salary earning’ and ‘others’households rose noticeably relative to the entire population as MPCE increased. Thepercentage of ‘self-employed in non-agriculture’ households rose gently with increaseNSS Report No.562: Household Consumer Expenditure across socio-Economic Groups, 2011-12

iiHighlightsin MPCE, while the percentage of ‘casual labour in agriculture’ and ‘casual labour innon-agriculture’ households declined markedly. [Para 3.5.6] In the urban sector, a steep fall was observed in the percentage of population of‘casual labour’ households in an MPCE class, relative to the entire population,throughout the MPCE range, from a level of 249 per 1000 in bottom MPCE class to10 per 1000 in the top MPCE class. For the ‘regular wage/salaried’, a smooth upwardtrend was seen. [Para 3.5.7] In the rural sector, for the top two land possessed size classes (between 2 to 4 hectaresand more than 4 hectares), the proportion of persons in an MPCE class increased withMPCE relative to the entire population, and the rise was steeper for the 4.01 class.[Para 3.5.10]PATTERN OF CONSUMPTION: VARIATION ACROSS SOCIO-ECONOMIC GROUPS Among rural households cereals accounted for 13% of consumer expenditure for theST households, 11% for the SC and OBC households, and 10% for the ‘Others’household. In urban area the ST and SC households spent 8% of their consumerexpenditure on cereals, the OBC households spent 7%, the ‘Others’ spent 6%. Theshare of non-food varied over social groups from 44% for the ST group to 49% for‘Others’ in the rural sector and from 53% for SC to 60% for Others in the urbansector. [ Statement 3.8] Among rural households cereals accounted for 12% of consumer expenditure for‘casual labour in agriculture’ households, around 8% for ‘others’ and ‘regularwage/salary earning’ households; approximately 11% for the other three householdtypes. Among urban households ‘casual labour’ households spent 10% of theirconsumer expenditure on cereals, the self-employed spent 7%, the ‘regularwage/salary earning’ spent 6%, and ‘others’ 5%. [ Statement 3.9] Among the land possessed size classes in rural areas, the lowest four size classes(spanning the 0-2 hectares range) showed very simila

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