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India’s Per Capita Income touches Rs 54,835 for 2010-11

The Ministry for Statistics and Programme Implementation has released the latest Per Capita Income figures at the national level. India’s per capita income which was Rs. 24,143 in the year 2004-05, currently stands at Rs. 54,835 (US$ 1218 Approx) in the year 2010-11. This represents an increase of more than 120%.

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Per capita income for Indian States

The details of State/UT-wise per capita income (Net State Domestic Product at factor cost) at current prices, for the years 2004-05 to 2009-10, as compiled and provided by the Directorates of Economics & Statistics of the States, are given in the table at Annex.

Per Capita Net State Domestic Product At Current Prices (Rupees)

Sl.State\UT2004-20052005-20062006-20072007-20082008- 20092009- 20102010-11
No.(Prov.)(Prov.)
(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)
1.Andhra Pradesh25321285393313539727450075102560458
2.Arunachal Pradesh277192947331840366974344551405NA
3.Assam16782183961973721290241952719730413
4.Bihar791483411024911589146291671520069
5.Jharkhand18510183261978924789248652713229786
6.Goa764268529994512107311119273132719NA
7.Gujarat320213778043395500165514063961NA
8.Haryana37842421334989258090677577878192327
9.Himachal Pradesh32564358503893142076460195036558493
10.Jammu & Kashmir21314228132444326285283323058233056
11.Karnataka26804311663596942345476045209759763
12.Kerala318713627640419457005201259179NA
13.Madhya Pradesh154421663119028209352375727250NA
14.Chattisgarh18559201172480029385343603805944097
15.Maharashtra35915416244956857218624547402783471
16.Manipur18640203952141923093247732733229684
17.Meghalaya24086262843095234321406284355548383
18.Mizoram246622669828764324883858245982NA
19.Nagaland3027133792365683998545353NANA
20.Odisha17380186182198027560301213322636923
21.Punjab33103361424174049195546336074667473
22.Rajasthan18565202752405526882305923404239967
23.Sikkim26693302563220336452469896873181159
24.Tamil Nadu30062352434228847606541406354772993
25.Tripura24394266682908131111333503579938493
26.Uttar Pradesh12950142221599817786203422339526051
27.Uttarakhand24726294233511142619506745958468292
28.West Bengal226492472027823315673551341219NA
29.A & N islands409214475453778614306918674340NA
30.Chandigarh741738499397568102980108486118136128634
31.Delhi61560689337874189212101381116886135814
32.Puducherry48302672056867374201793068815898719
All India24143271233119835820406054649254835

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