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Sunday, September 14, 2014

6th Economic Census Report

As per the the 6th Economic Census Report 2013, Arunachal Pradesh has the maximum percentage of hired workers amongst all states, including in segments like education and health.
  • Percentage of female hired workers in Arunachal Pradesh: 30.3%
  • Growth rate in the number of establishments over the 5th Economic Census is 34.09% and that of total employment is 17.73%
  • Growth rate of total number of persons employed over 5th Economic Census 2005 has been recorded at all India level at 34.73% but at Arunachal Pradesh level it is 17.73%,.
  • Total number of establishments in the Arunachal Pradesh is 36,602 with the 19,288 of them in rural and 17,314 in urban areas. The number of establishments in urban areas has increased at 83.22%, which is more than 3 times the population growth. This development is owing to the fact that in between the 5th and 6th Economic Census 10 districts or SDO headquarters having concentration of establishment has been notified as urban areas.
  • But in rural areas, the increase of 8.08% is found to be 3 times less than the population growth.
  • The average number of workers per establishments was found to be higher than the national average in spite of the having the lowest population density and scarce workers.
The 6th Economic census was organized by the Department of Economics and Statistics in association with the district administration in 2013. The activities covered in the 6th Economic Census have a share of about 86% in total GDP of the country.

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

19th Livestock Census -2012’ Data Released

Radha Mohan Singh, Union Minister of Agriculture released the ‘19th Livestock Census -2012’ published by the Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries, Ministry of Agriculture. Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Balyan, Minister of State for Ministry of Agriculture and Food Processing Industries was also present on this occasion. 

The 19th Livestock Census shows an overall decline of 3.33% in the total livestock population as compared to the previous census of 2007. However, some states such as Gujarat (15.36%), Uttar Pradesh (14.01%), Assam (10.77%), Punjab (9.57%) Bihar (8.56%), Sikkim (7.96%), Meghalaya (7.41%), and Chhattisgarh (4.34%) have shown an increase in their total livestock population. 

The number of milch animals (in-milk and dry), cows and buffaloes, has increased from 111.09 million to 118.59 million, an increase of 6.75%. The number of ‘animals in–milk’ has increased from 77.04 million to 80.52 million showing an increase of 4.51%. 

The Female Cattle (Cows) Population has increased by 6.52% over the previous census (2007) and the total number of female cattle in 2012 is 122.9 million numbers. The Female Buffalo population has also increased by 7.99% over the previous census and the total number of female buffalo is 92.5 million numbers in 2012. 

Further, the exotic/crossbred milch cattle increased from 14.4 million to 19.42 million, showing an increase of 34.78% whereas the indigenous milch cattle increased from 48.04 million to 48.12 million, an increase of 0.17%. The milch buffaloes increased from 48.64 million to 51.05 million with an increase of 4.95% over previous census. 

Poultry sector has also shown a healthy increase by 12.39% over the previous census and the total poultry in the country was 729.2 million numbers in 2012. 

Livestock Census in the country started in the year 1919 and since then the exercise has been continuing every five year. The data are being used for policy formulation and has wide utility in the field of planning and research activities. The 19th Livestock Census was conducted in the year 2012 with the participation of all States and Union Territories. The census covered all villages and towns/ wards in the country. The data of 19th Livestock Census was compiled at the Central level by setting up data entry centers at selected States considering the volume of work. The data validation processes were also carried out extensively with the help of State Governments and the error free data are made available for its use in the current year. 
Salient Features of 19th Livestock Census 
v  The total livestock population consisting of Cattle, Buffalo, Sheep, Goat, pig, Horses & Ponies, Mules, Donkeys, Camels, Mithun and Yak in the country is 512.05 million numbers in 2012. The total livestock population has decreased by about 3.33%over the previous census.
v  Livestock population has increased substantially in Gujarat (15.36%), Uttar Pradesh (14.01%), Assam (10.77%), Punjab (9.57%) Bihar (8.56%);    Sikkim (7.96%), Meghalaya (7.41%), and Chhattisgarh (4.34%).
v  The number of milch animals (in-milk and dry), cows and buffaloes, has increased from 111.09 million to 118.59 million, an increase of 6.75%.
v  The number of animals in milk, cows and buffaloes, has increased from 77.04 million to 80.52 million showing a growth of 4.51%.
v  The Female Cattle (Cows) Population has increased by 6.52% over the previous census (2007) and the total number of female cattle in 2012 is 122.9 million numbers.
v  The Female Buffalo population has increased by 7.99% over the previous census and the total number of female buffalo is 92.5 million numbers in 2012.
v  The exotic/crossbred milch cattle increased from 14.4 million to 19.42 million, an increase of 34.78%.
v  Indigenous milch cattle increased from 48.04 million to 48.12 million, an increase of 0.17%.
v  The milch buffaloes  increased from 48.64 million to 51.05 million with an increase of 4.95% over previous census.
v  The total sheep in the country is 65.06 million numbers in 2012, declined by about 9.07% over census 2007.
v  The Goat population has declined by 3.82% over the previous census and the total Goat in the country is 135.17 million numbers in 2012.
v  The total pigs in the country have decreased by 7.54% over the previous census and the total pigs in the country are 10.29 million numbers in 2012.
v  Horses & Ponies population has increased by 2.08% over the previous census and the total Horses & Ponies in the country is 0.62 million numbers in 2012.
v  The total Mules in the country have increased by 43.34% over the previous census and the total Mules in the country are 0.19 million numbers in 2012.
v  Camel population has decreased by 22.48% over the previous census and the total Camels in the country is 0.4 million numbers in 2012.
v  The total Donkey population in the country have decreased by 27.22% over the previous census and the total donkeys in the country are 0.32 million numbers in 2012.
v  The total poultry population in the country has increased by 12.39% over the previous census and the total poultry in the country is 729.2 million numbers in 2012.
v  The total Mithun and Yak in the country has registered a growth rates of 12.98% and -7.64% respectively over the previous census and the Mithuns and Yaks in the country is 0.29 million and 0.07 million in numbers respectively.
ALL INDIA LIVESTOCK CENSUS (in thousands)
CATEGORY




2007
2012
% Change
Cattle



  Exotic/Crossbred



         Male
6,844
5,971
-12.75
         Female
26,216
33,760
28.78
  Total Exotic/Crossbred
33,060
39,732
20.18
  Indigenous



         Male
76,779
61,949
-19.32
         Female
89,236
89,224
-0.01
  Total Indigenous
1,66,015
1,51,172
-8.94
Total Cattle#
1,99,075
1,90,904
-4.10
Buffalo



         Male
19,597
16,103
-17.83
         Female
85,745
92,599
7.99
Total Buffalo
1,05,342
1,08,702
3.19
Yaks



         Male
38
35
-7.62
         Female
45
42
-7.65
Total Yaks
83
77
-7.64
Mithuns



         Male
127
129
1.57
         Female
137
169
23.36
Total Mithuns
264
298
12.88

Bovine



         Male
1,03,385
84,187
-18.57
         Female
2,01,379
2,15,794
7.16
Total Bovines
3,04,764
2,99,981
-1.57
Sheep



  Exotic/Crossbred



         Male
1,144
1,207
5.51
         Female
2,586
2,574
-0.46
  Total Exotic/Crossbred
3,730
3,781
1.37
  Indigenous



         Male
16,730
13,916
-16.82
         Female
51,098
47,372
-7.29
  Total Indigenous
67,828
61,288
-9.64
Total Sheep
71,558
65,069
-9.07
Goat



         Male
40,793
37,617
-7.79
         Female
99,744
97,556
-2.19
Total Goat
1,40,537
1,35,173
-3.82
Horses & Ponies



         Male
336
350
4.17
         Female
276
275
-0.36
Total Horses & Ponies
612
625
2.12
Mules



Total Mules
137
196
43.07
Donkey



         Male
227
186
-18.06
         Female
211
133
-36.97
Total Donkeys
438
319
-27.17
Camels



         Male
243
191
-21.40
         Female
274
210
-23.36
Total Camels
517
400
-22.63
Pigs



  Exotic/Crossbred



         Male
1,209
1,283
6.12
         Female
1,180
1,174
-0.51
  Total Exotic/Crossbred
2,389
2,456
2.80
  Indigenous



         Male
4,134
3,681
-10.96
         Female
4,610
4,156
-9.85
  Total Indigenous
8,744
7,837
-10.37
Total Pigs
11,133
10,294
-7.54
TOTAL LIVESTOCK
5,29,696
5,12,057
-3.33
GG:SS:CP: (salient livestock) 03-09-2014