2 edition of State income of Punjab, 1960-61 to 1968-69. found in the catalog.
State income of Punjab, 1960-61 to 1968-69.
Punjab, India (State). Economic and Statical Organisation.
Written in English
|Series||Publication, no. 113, Publication (Punjab (India). Economic and Statistical Organisation) ;, no. 113.|
|LC Classifications||HC437.P8 A52 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 99 p.|
|Number of Pages||99|
|LC Control Number||74925791|
Ans: So far Fifty nine services have been bought under tax net under the Punjab Sales Tax on Services Act, They include services relating to hotels, clubs, caterers, advertisements on T.V & radio including cable TV, customs agents, ship chandlers, stevedores, telecommunication services, insurance and re-insurance, banking companies, non-banking financial institutions, . The state government of Punjab has given its approval to the replacement of the blue cards under the Atta-Dal scheme with new smart cards. The Atta-Dal scheme blue card was launched by the food and supplies department, Government of Punjab to cover about 30 lakh beneficiaries in the state under the previous government.
State income. The contribution of manufacturing and mining in the total State income, which was per cent in (at constant prices of ), has increased only to per cent in Thus the contribution of the industrial sector in total State income during the first seven years of the sixties increased by less than one per cent. The Punjab was one of the regional states which was rise after the decline of Mughal Empire. By the end of the 18th century, the Maharaja Ranjit Singh united the misls and established a .
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Punjab (India). Economic and Statistical Organisation. State income of Punjab, to Chandigarh  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Punjab (India). Economic and Statistical Organisation.
OCLC Number: Description: vii, 99 pages color illustrations 24 cm. Series Title: Publication (Punjab (India). According to the Global Hunger Index, Punjab has the lowest level of hunger in India. Less than one-fourth of children below the age of five are underweight.
Punjab has a relatively well-developed infrastructure, including road, rail, air and river transport links that are extensive throughout the state has also one of the lowest poverty rates in India at 8 percent GDP rank: 14th.
During the first six 5 year plans (), Punjab 's share in public sector outlay has been close to % and has not significantly changed since then. The overall growth rate in terms of Gross State Income during at prices was % per annum as against % per annum for the country as a whole.
Undoubtedly, GR made Punjab one of the richest states in India in terms of per capita income. From Rs 2, inthe per capita income at current prices rose to Rs 19, in Compared to Punjab, Tamil Nadu's per capita income was only Rs 12, while that of Kerala is 11, in the same 1960-61 to 1968-69.
book. by sectors in Punjab at constant () prices 8 Gross state domestic product at factor cost by sectors in Punjab at current prices 9 Percentage distribution of gross state domestic product at factor cost by sector in Punjab at current prices 10 Per capita income in Punjab.
Map showing the state wise per capita income of India from the year to and also find per capita net state domestic product at current prices. The tertiary sector income, which constituted 40 per cent of the state income inhas increased to 61 per cent (at current prices) in ; the contribution of the primary sector has.
The Punjab government has also launched the pension scheme via its online web portal services for the people of the state, for speeding up the process of launch. Key Features The people of the state will be able to take full benefit of the scheme both online and offline to get registered under the pension scheme.
Punjab, state of India, located in the northwestern part of the subcontinent. Punjab in its present state came into existence on November 1,when most of its predominantly Hindi-speaking areas were separated to form the new state of Haryana. Learn more about the history and culture of Punjab in this article.
This book throws new light on the study of India's development through an exploration of the triangular relationship between federalism, nationalism and the development process.
It focuses on one of the seemingly paradoxical cases of impressive development and sharp federal conflicts that have been witnessed in the state of Punjab.
This Act may be called the Punjab State Development Tax Act, 1: Extent: It extends to the whole of the State of Punjab: 1: Commencement: It shall come into force on and with effect from the date of its. publication in the Official Gazette.
i.e. 19 th April 2: Definitions: a) Income: As as defined in the Income Tax Act, affairs of the State of Punjab and staff of Punjab Vidhan Sabha Secretariat provided that the staff of Punjab Vidhan Sabha will get pay/ allowances and other benefits at par with the staff of Punjab Civil Secretariat as per provisions of Rule 14 of Punjab Vidhan Sabha Secretariat Service Rules, (2) They shall not apply to the:.
Growth of the Punjab economy since /61; Method of compilation and sources of data; Structural features of the Punjab economy; Linkage analysis of the Punjab economy; Income and employment multipliers in the Punjab economy. Although the average person in Punjab has more income, he/she lags behind in crucial areas such as literacy rate because.
Income is not an adequate indicator of material goods and services which people are to use. In many regions, education, health and sanitary facilities are not adequately available to educate and prevent from infectious diseases. This regime led to a decrease in crop diversification (Singh and Sidhu, ), with the share of cropped area under cereals rising from 45% in.
Neighbouring Haryana had crossed it last year. Now inthe per capita income of Punjab too is estimated near the Rs 1 lakh mark. According to the advance estimates compiled by the Economic and Statistical Wing of the state finance department, Punjab's per capita income is pegged at Rs 99, at current prices — growing by nearly 13 per cent over last year's Rs.
THE PUNJAB STATE DEVELOPMENT TAX ACT, (Punjab Act No of ) AN ACT. to provide for the levy and collection of a tax on professions, trades, callings and employment for the benefit of the State of Punjab.
BE it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Punjab in the Sixty-ninth year of the Republic of India, as follows: 1. The number of state cooperative banks rose from 15 in to 21 in and to 28 in The loans advanced by these banks increased from Rs.
42 crore in to Rs. crore inand further to Rs. crore in 2. Central Cooperative Banks (CCBs): Functions and Organisation. The per capita income of Punjab is satisfactory when compared with the per capita income of India, which is lakhs ().
But the state, which was once a leading state in terms of per capita income, is now far behind from many other states like Gujarat, Maharashtra, Haryana, Kerala, Uttarakhand etc.
The Punjab government has notified the order for collection of ₹ per month as development tax from all income tax payers in the State. By this, the State expects to. Delhi has a per capita income of Rs lakh with the country’s second highest HDI ofwhile Goa has an income of Rs lakh and an equally high HDI of Within Maharashtra, the country’s financial capital of Mumbai has the highest per capital income at Rs lakh.
However, Mumbai also has the worst sex ratio in the state.About 60 per cent of India’s population is dependent on agriculture for livelihood, but the sector contributes only 14 per cent to the country’s Gross Domestic Product, underlining the yaw.Punjab, it failed to raise income in the vast rural areas of the country.
The second „wave‟ of the Green Revolution, however, reached India finally in the s. growth in India at percent during to on average (Kurosaki, ). Both the