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PREFACEThe Economic Survey of Maharashtra is a concerted endeavor of Directorateof Economics and Statistics, Planning Department, which is prepared every year andthe same is presented in the Budget Session before the State Legislature. The presentpublication for the year 2016-17 is the 56th issue in the series.2.The latest available information related to various socio-economic sectors ofthe economy along with indicators and trends are provided. This publication providestime series data of important statistics for the State and selected socio-economicindicators of all states in India. In an effort to provide latest available data, some ofthe data / estimates are provisional.3.This Directorate is thankful to the concerned Departments and undertakings ofthe Central and State Government for providing useful information in time thatenabled us to bring out this publication.P.D. SohaleDirector of Economics and Statistics,Government of MaharashtraMumbaiDated : 17th March, 2017

ECONOMIC SURVEY OF MAHARASHTRA 2016-17CONTENTSSubjectPage No.1A.B.1.Overview of the StateMaharashtra at a GlanceMaharashtra’s comparison with IndiaState Economy92.Population133.State Income214.395.Prices and Public Distribution SystemPricesPublic Distribution SystemPublic Finance636.Institutional Finance & Capital Market777.Agriculture and Allied ActivitiesAgricultureIrrigationHorticultureAnimal HusbandryDairy DevelopmentFisheriesForests and Social ForestryIndustry & gyTransport & CommunicationsSocial SectorEducationPublic HealthWomen & Child WelfareEmployment & PovertyHousingWater Supply & SanitationEnvironment ConservationSocial JusticeHuman development and sustainable goalsSpecial Study87249Glossary255Selected Socio-economic indicators of States in India2608.9.10.11.C.36123149177Economic Survey of Maharashtra 2016-17

ANNEXURESSubjectPage No.Annx. 2.1Population of Maharashtra and India as per censuses19Annx. 2.2Rural and urban population in Maharashtra based on censuses19Annx. 2.3Districtwise population characteristics - Census 201120Annx. 3.1Gross State value added at basic prices by industry of origin & Gross StateDomestic Product at market prices at current prices27Annx. 3.2Gross State value added at basic prices by industry of origin & Gross StateDomestic Product at market prices at constant (2011-12) prices28Annx. 3.3Net State value added at basic prices by industry of origin & Net StateDomestic Product at market prices at current prices29Annx. 3.4Net State value added at basic prices by industry of origin & Net StateDomestic Product at market prices at constant (2011-12) prices30Annx. 3.5Gross value added at basic prices by industry of origin, Gross domesticproduct at market prices & gross national income at current prices31Annx. 3.6Gross value added at basic prices by industry of origin, Gross Domesticproduct at market prices & Gross National Income at constant (2011-12)prices32Annx. 3.7Net value added at basic prices by industry of origin, Net domestic productat market prices & net national income at current prices33Annx. 3.8Net value added at basic prices by industry of origin, Net domestic productat market prices & net national income at constant (2011-12) prices34Annx. 3.9Gross District Value Added at Current Prices.35Annx. 3.10Gross District Value Added at Constant Prices.36Annx. 3.11Per Capita Gross District Value Added at Current Prices37Annx. 4.1Groupwise Consumer Price Index numbers for rural Maharashtra49Annx. 4.2Groupwise Consumer Price Index numbers for urban Maharashtra50Annx. 4.3Consumer Price Index compiled by CSO for selected states51Annx. 4.4Consumer Price Index numbers for agricultural labourers and rurallabourers in Maharashtra and All-India52Annx. 4.5All-India Consumer Price Index numbers for industrial workers53Annx. 4.6Consumer Price Index numbers for industrial workers at selected centresin Maharashtra54Annx. 4.7Consumer Price Index numbers for industrial workers at selected centresin Maharashtra55Annx. 4.8All-India Wholesale Price Index numbers56Annx. 4.9Inflation rates based on important price indices57Economic Survey of Maharashtra 2016-17

SubjectPage No.Annx. 4.10Districtwise number of ration cards (As on 31stDecember 2016)58Annx. 4.11Quantity of rice and wheat distributed to authorised ration/fair price shops59Annx. 4.12Allotment by Government of India to the State59Annx. 4.13Districtwise number of godowns available, their capacity and Fair PriceShops60Annx. 4.14Allotment, Off-take & Distribution of foodgrains to FPSs during2015-16 under Antyodaya Anna Yojana61Annx. 4.15Allotment, Off-take & Distribution of foodgrains to FPSs during2016-17 upto December under Antyodaya Anna Yojana62Annx. 5.1Budget at a glance71Annx. 5.2Budget : Trends in receipts on revenue and capital accounts72Annx. 5.3Budget : Trends in expenditure on revenue and capital accounts73Annx. 5.4Borrowings & other liabilities during the year74Annx. 5.5Final consumption expenditure and expenditure on capital formation ofGovernment75Annx. 6.1Deposits and credit of all scheduled commercial banks84Annx. 6.2Districtwise Annual Credit Plan (2016-17)85Annx. 7.1Area under principal crops, production and yield per hectare in the State114Annx. 7.2Cropwise index numbers of agricultural production in the State116Annx. 7.3Total number, area and average size of operational holdings in theState according to agricultural Censuses117Annx. 7.4Land utilisation statistics of the State118Annx. 7.5Area under irrigation in the State119Annx. 7.6Irrigation & non-irrigation water charges levied, recovered andoutstanding120Annx. 7.7Livestock and poultry in Maharashtra121Annx. 8.1Important characteristics of industries in Maharashtra(Based on Annual Survey of Industries)141Annx. 8.2Index numbers of industrial production in India143Annx. 8.3Financial assistance sanctioned and disbursed by financial institutionsto industries in Maharashtra144Annx. 8.4Minerals production in Maharashtra145Annx. 8.5Details of Co-operative societies in Maharashtra146Economic Survey of Maharashtra 2016-17

SubjectPage No.Annx. 9.1Electricity supply & consumption in the State172Annx. 9.2Road Length by type of roads in Maharashtra State(Maintained by Public Works Department and Zilla Parishads)173Annx. 9.3Classification of district-wise road length according to breadth(Maintained by Pwd And Zp)174Annx. 9.4Categorywise number of motor vehicles on road in Maharashtra State175Annx. 10.1Regionwise and Education levelwise institutions, enrolment andnumber of teachers233Annx. 10.2Number of health science institutions, their intake capacity andstudents admitted in the first year of the course for the year 2016-17234Annx. 10.3Number of technical institutions, their intake capacity and studentsadmitted in the first year of the course for the year 2016-17235Annx. 10.4Number of institutions for arts, science, commerce, Non A.I.C.T.Ecourses, law, education, fine arts, their intake capacity and studentsadmitted in first year of the course for the year 2016-17236Annx. 10.5Number of institutions for agriculture, veterinary and fishery sciencecourses, their intake capacity and students admitted in first year of thecourse for the year 2016-17237Annx. 10.6Medical facilities available in the State(Public, Local Bodies and Trust Hospitals)238Annx. 10.7Birth rates, death rates, infant mortality rates and total fertilityrates based on sample registration scheme of the State239Annx. 10.8Economic classification of workers as per Population census 2011240Annx. 10.9Average daily employment in different industries in Maharashtra241Annx. 10.10Working factories and factory employment in Maharashtra242Annx. 10.11Registrations in the employment and self employment Guidancecentres in the state, the vacancies notified and Placements effected243Annx. 10.12Number of persons on the live register of employment andSelf-employment guidance centres as on 31st December, 2016244Annx. 10.13Categorywise number of works completed and expenditureincurred thereon under the Mahatma Gandhi National ruralemployment guarantee act (MGNREGA) in Maharashtra245Annx. 10.14Industrial disputes in Maharashtra**246Annx. 10.15Districtwise human development index 2011247Economic Survey of Maharashtra 2016-17

OVERVIEW OF THE STATEMaharashtra occupies the western & central part of the country and has a long coastlinestretching nearly 720 km along the Arabian Sea. The Sahyadri mountain ranges provide a naturalbackbone to the State on the west, while the Satpuda hills along the north and Bhamragad-ChiroliGaikhuri ranges on the east serve as its natural borders. The State is surrounded by Gujarat to thenorth west, Madhya Pradesh to the north, Chhattisgarh to the east, Telangana to the south east,Karnataka to the south and Goa to the south west.The State enjoys tropical monsoon climate. The hot scorching summer from March onwardsis followed by monsoon in early June. The rich green cover of the monsoon season persists duringthe mild winter that follows through an unpleasant October transition.Maharashtra is the second largest state in India in terms of population and has geographicalarea about 3.08 lakh sq. km. As per Population Census-2011, the population of the State is 11.24crore which is 9.3 per cent of the total population of India and is highly urbanised with 45.2 percent people residing in urban areas.Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra and the financial capital of India, houses theheadquarters of most of the major corporate & financial institutions. India's main stock exchanges& capital market and commodity exchanges are located in Mumbai. The State has 36 districts,which are divided into six revenue divisions viz. Konkan, Pune, Nashik, Aurangabad, Amravati andNagpur.Well developed infrastructure, abundant natural resources, connectivity to all major areas,skilled manpower and quality education make Maharashtra an ideal destination for setting up ofnew industries. The State has focused on development of infrastructure & smart cities.Agriculture is major occupation of the people in Maharashtra. Both food and cash crops aregrown in the State.Maharashtra is not just a geographical expression but an entity built on collective efforts ofits people. Natural as well as cultural diversities have helped in the development of a uniqueMarathi culture. It has its own spiritual dimension and traditionally known as Land of Saints.Varied customs and traditions co-exist peacefully in Maharashtra. The State is well knownthroughout the country for its rich music and dances. Lavnis, Bharuds, Povadas, and Gondhals arethe major forms of folk music in the State and represent the best that the Maharashtrian society hascontributed in the field of music. Maharashtra also has a very good theatre tradition. Maharashtracelebrates all major religious festivals from around the world in a peaceful and harmonious manner.As such the State has played a significant role in the social and political sphere of the nation.Monuments such as Ajanta, Ellora and Elephanta caves, Gateway of India and architecturalstructures like Viharas and Chaityas attract tourists from all over the world. The State also has atraditional high reputation for religious tourism and popular for eco-tourism. It has produced manyimportant personalities covering almost every aspect of human development. The State has sizablecontribution in sports, arts, literature and social services. The world famous film industry, popularlyknown as ‘Bollywood’ is located in the State. All of the above factors make Maharashtra a dynamicand extravagant place to live in.*****Economic Survey of Maharashtra 2016-17

3A. MAHARASHTRA AT A GLANCE1. Area('000 sq. km.)Administrative Setup Revenue DivisionsDistrictsTalukasInhabited villagesUn-inhabited villagesTowns #Population as per Census–(in '000)TotalMalesFemalesRuralUrbanScheduled CastesScheduled TribesDensity of population(per sq. km.)Literacy rate (percentage)Sex ratio (Females perthousand males)Percentage of urbanpopulationState Income –(At current prices)State Income ( crore)Agriculture & allied activities( crore)Industry Sector ( crore)Service Sector ( crore)Per capita State income ( )Rainfall-Per cent to NormalAgriculture -(Area in '000 ha)Net area sownGross cropped areaGross irrigated areaof which command area Percentage of gross irrigatedarea to gross cropped areaArea under principal crops(in '000 ha)RiceWheatJowarBajraAll cerealsAll pulsesAll 7,48,771 †1,71,898 84,858102.34,90,096 ††8,39,651 ††1,47,399 94.917,87818,8231,220226 0,3202,56612,88618,56521,8593,3191,076 ,210N.A. Not [email protected]@ Excluding 3 Talukas of Mumbai & Mumbai suburban Districts # Including census towns First revised estimates (Base year 2011-12) † Estimates are at market prices †† Estimates are at basic pricesNote: The estimates of State Income from 1960-61 to 2010-11 are at factor [email protected] Vide Water Resources Department, GoM G.R. dated 26th August 2016, instructions regarding procedure for collecting data are issued. 1961-62 1991-92## This includes canals, rivers, nallahas, wells & lift irrigation in command area. Command area created by Water Resources Dept.Economic Survey of Maharashtra 2016-17

4A. MAHARASHTRA AT A GLANCE8.9.Item(1)Sugarcane areaSugarcane harvested )1,0419653,9423952015-16(8)N. A.9874,207309Production of principalcrops(in '000 tonnes)RiceWheatJowarBajraAll cerealsAll pulsesAll foodgrainsSugarcaneCotton .4223.8141.2(1970-71) (1980-81) (1990-91) (2000-01)(2005-06)(2010-11)Index number ofagricultural production @10. Agriculture Census Number of operationalholdings (in '000)Area of operational holdings(in '000 ha)Average size of operationalholdings (ha)11. Livestock Census Total livestock (in '000)Total poultry (in '000)Tractors12. Forest Area 1,16,74340,23128,23627,00113. Industrial Investment No. of projects approvedProposed Investment ( crore)14. Electricity – (Million Kwh)Total generationTotal consumptionIndustrial consumptionAgricultural consumptionDomestic consumption* Provisional# Production of cotton in 170 kg per bale in '000 bales Since August 1991 to NovemberEconomic Survey of Maharashtra 2016-1761,622*@ Base : Triennial Average 1979-82 100

5A. MAHARASHTRA AT A GLANCEItem(1)1960-61(2)15. Banking - (ScheduledCommercial)Banking )2010-11(7)2015-16(8)(June 1971)(June 1981)(June 1991)(June 2001)(June 2010)(June 2015)1,4713,6275,5916,2948,03711,404(March 1991) (March 2001)Banking offices for 417. Health HospitalsDispensariesBeds per lakh of 83012103Birth rate @Death rate @Infant mortality rate 6.76.325( -17) 3428,33235123427124716. Education Primary schoolsEnrolment (in '000)Secondary schools(incl. higher secondary)Enrolment (in '000)18. Transport Railway route length(Kilometer)Total road length (Kilometer)†of which surfacedMotor vehicles (in '000)19. Co-operation Primary agricultural creditsocietiesMembership (in lakh)Total no. of co-op. societiesTotal membership (in lakh)Total working capital ofco-op. societies ( crore)20. Local Self-Govt. Institutions Zilla Parishads25Gram Panchayats21,636Panchayat Samitees295Municipal Councils219Municipal Corporations3Nagar Panchayat-Cantonment Boards7* Provisional2522,3002962214-72524,[email protected] As per Sample Registration Scheme2925,82729822811-73327,7353212281537N.A. Not Available† Roads maintained by P.W.D. and Z.P. As per State Election Commission (As on 31.12.2016) The source of this information has been changed from year 2011-12. The information is categorised as Primary (1 to 8) andSecondary (including higher secondary) (9 to 12). Earlier the information was categorised as Primary (1 to 7) and Secondary(including higher secondary) (8 to 12) and source for 2015-16. This information is U-DISE.Economic Survey of Maharashtra 2016-17

6B.MAHARASHTRA’S COMPARISON WITH nwith India(Percentage)(5)In '0001,12,37412,10,8559.31. Population (2011)1.1 Total population(a) Males-”-58,2436,23,2709.3(b) Females-”-54,1315,87,5859.2In '00061,5568,33,7497.4Per cent54.868.9--In '00050,8183,77,10613.5Per cent45.231.1--Females perthousand males929943--Per cent16.017.7---”-82.373.0--In .99.4In '000 ha17,3681,41,42812.32.2 Gross cropped area-”-23,3802,00,85911.62.3 Gross irrigated area-”-N.A.95,772--Per centN.A.47.7--In '000 ha1,56943,6323.61.2 (a) Rural population(b Proportion of rural populationto total population1.3 (a) Urban population(b Proportion of urbanpopulation to total population1.4 Sex Ratio1.5 Decadal growth rate of population(2001-2011)1.6 Literacy rate1.7 Population of scheduled castesand scheduled tribes1.8 Total workers1.9 Geographical areaLakh sq. km.2. Agriculture (2013-14)2.1 Net area sown2.4 Percentage of gross irrigated areato gross cropped area2.5 Area under principal crops(average for years 2011-12 to 2013-14)(i) Rice(ii) Wheat-”-89730,1113.0(iii) Jowar-”-3,3686,08455.4(iv) Bajra-”-7967,96210.0(v) All cereals-”-7,70599,3597.8(vi) All foodgrains (cereals and pulses)-”-11,1291,23,5249.0(vii) Sugarcane Area-”-1,0965,01021.9Harvested Area-”-966N.A.--(viii) Cotton-”-4,17112,03834.6(ix) Groundnut-”-3195,1636.2N.A. Not AvailableEconomic Survey of Maharashtra 2016-17

7MAHARASHTRA’S COMPARISON WITH INDIA--- onwith India(Percentage)(5)3. Livestock census3.1 Total livestock (2012)In '00032,4895,12,0576.33.2 Wheel Tractors (2003)-”-1062,3614.53.3 Diesel engines & Electric pumpsfor irrigation mber19,4371,08,31017.911,37,7831,14,10,42610.04. Forests4.1 Total forest area (2015)5. Industry5.1 Industrial Investment (a) Projects approved (b) Proposed investmentcrore6. Electricity (2014-15)6.1 Total generationMillion kwh.1,03,77911,16,8509.36.2 Total consumption#-”-1,12,8558,14,25013.96.3 (a) Industrial 11,7891,32,5879.0-”-3,07644,7556.9(b) Percentage of industrialconsumption to total consumptionPer cent7. Banking (Scheduled commercial)(March 2016)7.1 Banking offices7.2 Towns and Villages having bankingoffices (March 2015)8. State / National Income (2015-16) 8.1 Nominal Income 8.2 Per capita income at current prices8.3 Gross State Domestic Product(GSDP) at market prices / GrossDomestic Product (GDP) at marketprices From August 1991 to November 2016through distribution licensees.crore crore17,48,771 1,20,83,093 14.51,47,399 94,178 --20,01,223 1,36,75,331 14.6 First revised estimates # Electrical energy sales to ultimate consumersEconomic Survey of Maharashtra 2016-17

1State Economy

1. STATE ECONOMYState Income1.1As per the advance estimates of real (at constant 2011-12 prices) Gross State DomesticProduct (GSDP) for 2016-17, the State economy is expected to grow by 9.4 per cent over theprevious year. The ‘Agriculture & Allied Activities’ sector is expected to grow by 12.5 per centwhile, ‘Industry’ and ‘Services’ sectors are expected to grow at 6.7 per cent and 10.8 per centrespectively over the previous year. As per advance estimates real GSDP for 2016-17 is expectedto be 18,15,498 crore. The Indian economy is expected to grow by 7.1 per cent during 2016-17.1.2As per the first revised estimates, real GSDP is 16,59,776 crore for 2015-16 as against 15,30,211 crore for 2014-15 showing an increase of 8.5 per cent. Nominal GSDP (at currentprices) for 2015-16 is 20,01,223 crore as against 17,73,744 crore for the previous year.Per Capita State Income is 1,47,399 for 2015-16 as against 1,32,341 for the previous year.Prices1.3Average Consumer Price Index (CPI) (Base year : 2003) for rural and urban areas in theState from April to December 2016 was 266.5 and 255.5 respectively. The year-on-year rate ofinflation based on average CPI during April to December 2016 was 3.6 per cent for rural areas and3.5 per cent for urban areas.Public Finance1.4The expected revenue receipts of the State are 2,20,810 crore for 2016-17 (BE) as against 1,98,321 crore during 2015-16 (RE). The expected tax and non-tax revenue as per 2016-17 (BE)are 1,75,849 crore and 44,961 crore respectively. Actual revenue receipts during April toDecember 2016 were 1,40,864 crore (63.8 per cent of BE) showing an increase of 11.4 per centover the corresponding period of the previous year.1.5The expected revenue expenditure of the State is 2,24,455 crore as per 2016-17 (BE) asagainst 2,07,611 crore during 2015-16 (RE).1.6Expected revenue deficit, fiscal deficit and debt stock are 3,645 crore, 35,031 crore and 3,56,213 crore respectively as per 2016-17 (BE). The percentage of fiscal deficit to GSDP is 1.5and debt stock to GSDP is 15.7 as per 2016-17 (BE), which are well within the fiscal limitsstipulated by the 14th Finance Commission under ‘Consolidated Fiscal Reform Path’.1.7As per 2016-17 (BE), the share of capital receipts in total receipts and capital expenditure intotal expenditure is expected to be 14.1 per cent and 12.7 per cent respectively.Institutional Finance1.8As on 31st March 2016, aggregate bank deposits and gross credit of scheduled commercialbanks in the State were 21.78 lakh crore and 22.35 lakh crore respectively. Credit-DepositRatio was 102.7 per cent. The share of the State in aggregate deposits and gross credit of scheduledcommercial banks at All-India was 24.0 per cent and 28.7 per cent respectively.1.9Annual credit plan size for priority sector of the State for 2016-17 is 2.55 lakh crore,higher by 36.4 per cent over the previous year.1.10 At the end of March 2016 total savings of 7.9 lakh Self Help Groups (SHGs) wasabout 857 crore whereas, at the end of March 2015 total savings of 7.2 lakh Self Help Groups(SHGs) was about 903.8 crore. At the end of March 2016, the total loan of about 1,697 crorewas outstanding with 2.08 lakh SHGs whereas, at the end of March 2015 the total loan of 1,532.8crore was outstanding.Economic Survey of Maharashtra 2016-17

101.11 Upto 10th February 2017, about 1.76 crore bank accounts were opened in the State underPradhan Mantri Jan-Dhan Yojana with deposits of about 3,925 crore.1.12 During 2015-16 under Pradhan Mantri MUDRA Yojana, total loans of 13,372 crore weredisbursed to 35.3 lakh beneficiaries in the State, of which 33.4 lakh were under ‘Shishu’(upto 50,000), 1.5 lakh under ‘Kishor’ ( 50,000 - 5 lakh) and 0.4 lakh under ‘Tarun’( 5 lakh - 10 lakh) category. During 2016-17 upto 10th February 2017 total loans of 11,204crore were disbursed to 23.7 lakh beneficiaries in the State of which 21.7 lakh were under ‘Shishu’,1.6 lakh under ‘Kishor’ and 0.4 lakh under ‘Tarun’ category.Agriculture and Allied Activities1.13 After a dry spell of last two years, the State witnessed good rains (94.9 per cent of thenormal rainfall) during 2016-17. Out of 355 talukas (excluding talukas in Mumbai City & Mumbaisuburban districts) in the State, 58 talukas received deficient, 216 talukas received normal and 81talukas received excess rainfall.1.14 During kharif season of 2016, sowing was completed on 152.12 lakh ha. The production ofcereals, pulses, oilseeds and cotton is expected to increase by 80 per cent, 187 per cent,142 per cent and 83 per cent respectively, while the production of sugarcane is expected to decreaseby 28 per cent over the previous year.1.15 During 2016-17, area under rabi crops is 51.31 lakh ha. The production of cereals, pulsesand oilseeds is expected to increase by 62 per cent, 90 per cent and 36 per cent respectively overthe previous year.1.16 Live storage as on 15th October 2015 in the medium & minor irrigation (State sector)reservoirs taken together was 18,072 million cubic metres, which was about 44.4 per cent of thestorage capacity as per the project design.1.17 Under ‘Jalyukta Shivar Abhiyaan’ programme, out of 6,202 villages selected during2015-16, in all 4,374 villages have been made water neutral and 11,82,230 Thousand Cubic Metres(TCM) water storage has been created. During 2016-17, in all 5,281 villages are selected.1.18 During 2015-16, crop loan of 40,581 crore was disbursed through financial institutions asagainst 34,100 crore during 2014-15. During 2015-16, agricultural term loans of an amount 32,284 crore was disbursed as against 21,861 crore during 2014-15. During 2015-16, Primaryagricultural credit co-operative societies disbursed loans of 13,293 crore to farmers, of which,loans of 7,089 crore were disbursed to small & marginal farmers (53.3 per cent).1.19 During 2016-17 upto December, average daily collection of milk by the government andco-operative dairies was 44.43 lakh litres. The total milk production during 2015-16 was 10.1million MT as against 9.5 million MT during 2014-15.1.20 During 2016-17 upto December, marine and inland fish production (provisional) was3.49 lakh MT and 0.81 lakh MT respectively. During 2015-16, it was 4.34 lakh MT and 1.46 lakhMT respectively.Industry and Co-operation1.21 Since August 1991 to November 2016 in all 19,437 industrial proposals with proposedinvestment of 11,37,783 crore were approved. Of these, 8,664 projects (44.6 per cent) withproposed investment of 2,69,814 crore (23.7 per cent) were commissioned.1.22 Upto September 2015, about 2.44 lakh Micro, Small and Medium enterprises (MSMEs)were functioning in the State with investment of 56,552 crore and 29.2 lakh employment.Economic Survey of Maharashtra 2016-17

111.23 As per the provisional results of Annual Survey of Industries 2014-15 released by GoI, theState is at the top position in terms of gross value added ( 2,39,076 crore) which is 20.5 per cent ofgross value added at All-India level.1.24 The proposed Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) is India's most ambitiousinfrastructure programme aiming to develop new industrial cities as ‘Smart Cities’ and convergingnext generation technologies across infrastructure sectors. It covers two industrial areas viz.Shendra-Bidkin and Dighi Port in the State. Aurangabad Industrial City (AURIC), a well-plannedand greenfield smart industrial city is being developed across an area of 10,000 acres in the State asa part of DMIC.1.25 As per Sixth Economic Census, of the total establishments (61.4 lakh) in the State, in all9.2 lakh (15.0 per cent) establishments were in the manufacturing (organised as well asunorganised) sector with 29.18 lakh employment.1.26 As on 31st March 2016 there were about 1.97 lakh co-operative societies, with about4.99 crore members therein. Of these, 11 per cent were in agricultural credit, 11 per cent were innon-agricultural credit and 78 per cent were engaged in other activities. In all 20.3 per centco-operative societies were in loss, of which 29.2 per cent were in agricultural credit.InfrastructureEnergy1.27 Installed capacity of elec

Annx. 3.6 Gross value added at basic prices by industry of origin, Gross Domestic product at market prices & Gross National Income at constant (2011-12) prices 32 Annx. 3.7 Net value added at basic prices by industry of origin, Net domestic product at market prices & net national income at current prices 33

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