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  • A district of the Punjab state of India is an administrative geographical unit, headed by a Deputy Commissioner or District Magistrate, an officer belonging to the Indian Administrative Service. The district magistrate or the deputy commissioner is assisted by a number of officers belonging to Punjab Civil Service and other state services.

    A Senior Superintendent of Police, an officer who belongs to the Indian Police Service is entrusted with the responsibility of maintaining law and order and related issues of the district. He is assisted by the officers of the Punjab Police Service and other Punjab Police officials.

    A Division Forest Officer, an officer belonging to the Indian Forest Service is responsible for managing the forests, environment and wild-life related issues of the district. He is assisted by the officers of the Punjab Forest Service and other Punjab Forest officials and Punjab Wild-Life officials.

    Sectoral development is looked after by the district head of each development department such as PWD, Agriculture, Health, Education, Animal husbandry, etc. These officers belong to various State Services.

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Administrative Structure And Rural Health Infrastructure
State/Year Administrative Structure* - No. of Districts Administrative Structure* - No. of Blocks# No. of Villages Rural Health Infrastructure (As on March 2011) - DH - 2010 Rural Health Infrastructure (As on March 2011) - DH - 2011 Rural Health Infrastructure (As on March 2011) - CHC - 2010 Rural Health Infrastructure (As on March 2011) - CHC - 2011 Rural Health Infrastructure (As on March 2011) - PHC - 2010 Rural Health Infrastructure (As on March 2011) - PHC - 2011 Rural Health Infrastructure (As on March 2011) - Sub-Centre - 2010 Rural Health Infrastructure (As on March 2011) - Sub-Centre - 2011
Punjab 20 141 12581 20 20 129 129 446 446 2950 2950
Adolescent Girls Following Advices Regarding Health and Hygiene Care Discussed During NHE
States/UTs AG attended NHE meetings Taking Care and monitoring About health and nutrition About growing self confidence About treatment of minor illness About cleanliness and hygiene Importance of education About the age of marriage
Punjab 3.8 0 1.4 2.4 1 2.4 1 2.4
Aggregate Technical And Commercial Losses of State Power Utilities (Within State)
S.No Category of States State 2007-08 (Actual) 2008-09 (Actual) 2009-10 (Actual) 2010-11 (Provisional)
13 Non-Special Category States Punjab 2236 1976 1997 1835
Air quality in industrial areas under national ambient air quality monitoring programme for a few states
State 2001 SO2 2001 NO2 2001 RSPM 2005 SO2 2005 NO2 2005 RSPM 2008 SO2 2008 NO2 2008 RSPM 2009 SO2 2009 NO2 2009 PM 2010 SO2 2010 NO2 2010 PM
Punjab 14 31 198 21 34 314 11 35 229 10 30 199 11 27 187
Air quality in residential areas under national ambient air quality monitoring programme for a few states
State 2001 SO2 2001 NO2 2001 RSPM 2005 SO2 2005 NO2 2005 RSPM 2008 SO2 2008 NO2 2008 RSPM
Punjab 15 30 250 12 29 189 10 30 193
All India and State Wise Area and Production of Fruits
State/Union Territory Apple 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Apple 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Apple 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Apple 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Banana 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Banana 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Banana 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Banana 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Citrus 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Citrus 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Citrus 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Citrus 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Grape 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Grape 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Grape 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Grape 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Guava 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Guava 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Guava 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Guava 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Litchi 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Litchi 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Litchi 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Litchi 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Mango 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Mango 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Mango 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Mango 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Papaya 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Papaya 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Papaya 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Papaya 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Pineapple 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Pineapple 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Pineapple 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Pineapple 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Pomegranate 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Pomegranate 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Pomegranate 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Pomegranate 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Sapota 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Sapota 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Sapota 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Sapota 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Others 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Others 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Others 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Others 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Total 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Total 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Total 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Total 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne)
Punjab NA NA NA NA 0.1 0.2 5.8 10.2 42.4 44.7 905.1 900.5 0.5 0.5 15.5 12.9 8.0 7.8 169.3 171.0 1.6 1.6 22.4 23.9 6.4 6.5 93.5 103.0 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 8.5 NA 153.4 NA 67.5 61.3 1365.0 1221.5
All India and State Wise Area and Production of Plantations
State/Union Territory Cashewnut 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Cashewnut 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Cashewnut 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Cashewnut 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Arecanut 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Arecanut 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Arecanut 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Arecanut 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Cocoa 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Cocoa 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Cocoa 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Cocoa 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Coconut 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Coconut 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Coconut 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Coconut 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Total 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Total 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Total 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Total 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne)
Punjab NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 0.0 NA 0.0
All India and State Wise Area and Production of Vegetables
State/Union Territory Brinjal 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Brinjal 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Brinjal 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Brinjal 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Cabbage 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Cabbage 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Cabbage 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Cabbage 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) C.Flower 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) C.Flower 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) C.Flower 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) C.Flower 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Okra 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Okra 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Okra 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Okra 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Peas 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Peas 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Peas 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Peas 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Tomato 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Tomato 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Tomato 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Tomato 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Onion 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Onion 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Onion 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Onion 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Potato 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Potato 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Potato 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Potato 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Sweet Potato 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Sweet Potato 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Sweet Potato 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Sweet Potato 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Tapioca 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Tapioca 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Tapioca 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Tapioca 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Others 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Others 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Others 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Others 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne) Total 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) Total 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) Total 2009-10 Production (in '000 Tonne) Total 2010-11 Production (in '000 Tonne)
Punjab 3.2 3.2 48.5 68.9 4.3 4.4 97.1 76.8 8.1 8.7 191.2 154.7 2.6 2.6 20.0 27.5 19.1 19.7 115.5 200.6 6.2 6.3 151.0 154.5 8.1 8.2 175.1 182.3 83.1 83.6 2116.5 2088.4 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 48.6 NA 607.7 NA 183.3 136.7 3522.5 2953.7
Approved Outlay State-wise for five years Plan and its annual plans
Sl. No. States/UTs (all figures in Rs. Crore) Approved Outlay Annual Plan - 1992-93 Approved Outlay Annual Plan - 1993-94 Approved Outlay Annual Plan - 1994-95 Approved Outlay Annual Plan - 1995-96 Approved Outlay Annual Plan - 1996-97 Approved Outlay - Eight Plan
1900 Punjab 150000 125000 145000 167500 185705 773205
Availability of Manpower for CMDM - Based on Sample Survey
States Cooks per School Helper per School
Punjab 0.2 0
Average pumping hours
State District Location of Schemes - On the Maj/Med Location of schemes - Outside command Avg pumping hours (0-4) Avg pumping hours (4-8) Avg pumping hours (8-12) Avg pumping hours (12-16) Avg pumping hours (16-20) Avg pumping hours (20-24) Total
PUNJAB AMRITSAR 28 267 11 122 59 79 0 24 295
Beneficiaries Reporting Inadequate Food Served - Based on Sample Survey
States Percent of Beneficiaries Reporting Inadequate Food Served
Punjab 1.02
Bill Payment Under RGGVY
States Beneficiaries paying Less than 100 (%) paying between 100 to 200 (%) paying between 200 to 500 (%) paying above 500(%)
Punjab 90 10 0 0
Capital Expenditure
Sector Major Head Cat1 Cat2 Identity FY 00 FY 01 FY 02 FY 03 FY 04 FY 05 FY 06 FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10 FY 11
CEGS MH 4046 B G Punjab 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Capital Receipts
Major Head Cat1 Cat2 Identity FY 00 FY 01 FY 02 FY 03 FY 04 FY 05 FY 06 FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10 FY 11
MH 4000 B G Punjab 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.71 1.12 0.50 0.44
Category-wise wastelands of India
India/State/Union Territory Gullied/Ravinous Land - 2000 Gullied/Ravinous Land - 2010 Land with/without dense open scrub - 2000 Land with/without dense open scrub - 2010 Water logged/Marshy Land - 2000 Water logged/Marshy Land - 2010 Saline/Alkaline Area - 2000 Saline/Alkaline Area - 2010 Shifting Cultivation Area - 2000 Shifting Cultivation Area - 2010 Deg. Notified forest land - 2000 Deg. Notified forest land - 2010 Deg. Pastures/grazing land - 2000 Deg. Pastures/grazing land - 2010 Deg.land under plantation crop - 2000 Deg.land under plantation crop - 2010 Sands-Inland/costal - 2000 Sands-Inland/costal - 2010 Mining/Industrial waste-lands - 2000 Mining/Industrial waste-lands - 2010 Barren rocky area - 2000 Barren rocky area - 2010 Steep sloping area - 2000 Snow/Glacial area - 2000 Snow/Glacial area - 2010 Total waste lands - 2000 Total georaphical area - 2000 Total waste land as % of total georaphical area - 2000
Punjab 168.52 82.12 339.44 205.23 352.01 112.40 173.29 58.01 NA 0.00 353.29 69.47 113.71 0.00 81.58 0.00 619.67 492.27 26.89 0.00 NA 0.00 NA NA 0.00 2228.40 50362.00 4.42
Centre-State release of funds towards Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan
State/UT Central Release - 2003-04 State Release - 2003-04 Centre - State Ratio Central Release - 2006-07 State Release - 2006-07
Punjab 6476.00 3083.00 83:17 12879.90 2626.60
Commissioned Grid Solar Power Projects
Sr. No. State/UT MNRE Programmes - JNNSM (PV + ST) (MW) MNRE Programmes - MNRE Demo Projects (GBI Scheme) (MW) MNRE Programmes - MNRE Demo Projects (Tail-end Scheme) (MW) MNRE Programmes - Other MNRE projects (MW) MNRE Programmes - Total MNRE Projects (MW) Other Programmes - State Schemes (MW) Other Programmes - RPO (MW) Other Programmes - REC (MW) Other Programmes - Pvt. Initiative (MW) Other Programmes - NTPC (MW) Total Commissioned Cap. Till 15.05.2013 (MW)
21 Punjab 8 NA 1 0.325 9.324999999999999 NA NA NA NA NA 9.324999999999999
Companies Limited By Shares At Work - State-wise Distribution
STATE/UT No. of companies - Public Limited* No. of companies - Private Limited** No. of companies - Total***
PUNJAB 1728 11788 13516
Companies Newly Registered By Major Classification - Number And Authorised Capital
State/U.T. Public - No. (2009) Public - Authorised Capital (2009) Public - No. (2010) Public - Authorised Capital (2010) Private - No. (2009) Private - Authorised Capital (2009) Private - No. (2010) Private - Authorised Capital (2010) Total - No.(2009) Total - Authorised Capital (2009) Total - No.(2010) Total - Authorised Capital (2010)
Punjab 44 59 93 23103 860 144 1023 185 904 203 1116 23288
Composite Indices of Behavioural Pattern Among ICDS Beneficiaries
States/UTs Behaviour index NHE-Child index NHE-Mother index PSE-Learning skills index PSE-Hygiene & social behaviour index Health check-up index
Punjab 0.302 0.007 0.012 0.626 0.362 0.503
Consumer Price Index For Agricultural Labourers And Rural Labourers
State General Weight General- 2005-06 General- 2006-07 General- 2007-08 General- 2008-09 General- 2009-10 General- 2010-11 General- 2011-12 Food- Weight Food- 2005-06 Food- 2006-07 Food- 2007-08 Food- 2008-09 Food- 2009-10 Food- 2010-11 Food- 2011-12
Punjab 3.02 380 417 448 501 586 624 685 1.85 394 436 460 527 634 664 716
Consumer Price Index For Industrial Workers
Item State Centre Weight 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Food Punjab Amritsar 0.47 137 150 166 192 207
Consumer category wise sale of power
Category State Domestic Commercial Agri/ irrig. Industry Railway traction Outside the State/UT Others Total
I. SPUs Punjab 9535 2902 11456 12633 140 113 1042 37821
Details of Projects Sanctioned Under NBA
State Name District Name Date of Sanction Project Cost Approved Centre Share Approved State Share Approved Beneficiary Share IHHL BPL Sanctioned IHHL APL Sanctioned IHHL TOTAL Sanctioned SCW Sanctioned School Toilets Sanctioned Anganwadi Toilets Sanctioned RSM/PC Sanctioned
PUNJAB AMRITSAR 02-05-2003 3939.15 2484.93 1072.78 381.44 90089 66983 157072 0 599 378 0
Details of Projects Sanctioned Upto 31st March2013
State Name District Name Date of Sanction Project Cost Approved Centre Share Approved State Share Approved Beneficiary Share IHHL BPL Sanctioned IHHL APL Sanctioned IHHL TOTAL Sanctioned SCW Sanctioned School Toilets Sanctioned Anganwadi Toilets Sanctioned RSM/PC Sanctioned
PUNJAB AMRITSAR 02-05-2003 3939.15 2484.93 1072.78 381.44 90089 66983 157072 0 599 378 0
Distribution of Households by Level of Education - Beneficiary vs. Non-Beneficiary
States/UTs Beneficiary children household-Illiterate Beneficiary children household-Primary pass Beneficiary children household-Middle level pass Beneficiary children household-Matric pass Beneficiary children household-HS pass Beneficiary children household-Graduate & above Non-Beneficiary children household-Primary pass Non-Beneficiary children household-Middle level pass Non-Beneficiary children household-Matric pass Non-Beneficiary children household-HS pass Non-Beneficiary children household-Graduate & above
Punjab 14.7 16.5 17.6 31.4 16.1 3.7 9.6 17 38.1 17.7 7.6
Distribution of Households by Occupation Group - Beneficiary vs. Non-Beneficiary
States/UTs Beneficiary children household-Agriculture Beneficiary children household-Wage earner Beneficiary children household-Salaried Beneficiary children household-Others Non-beneficiary children household-Agriculture Non-beneficiary children household-Wage earner Non-beneficiary children household-Others
Punjab 22 57.6 9.4 11 32.2 34.9 19.3
District-Wise Availability Of Health Centres In India
States/Union Territory Name of the District Number of Sub Centres Number of Primary Health Centres Number of Community Health Centres Sub Divisional Hospital District Hospital
Punjab Amritsar 179 37 4 2 1
District-Wise Rural HealthCare Infrastructure 1
States/Union Territory Name of the District Number of Sub Centres Number of Primary Health Centres Number of Community Health Centres Sub Divisional Hospital District Hospital
Punjab Amritsar 179 37 4 2 1
District-wise Release of Funds From Centre Share
State Name District Name Financial Year Release from Center Share
PUNJAB AMRITSAR 1999-2000 0
Eleventh Five Year Plan Physical Progress of RGGVY Projects under Implementation
State/UT Name (Number of Districts) Electrification of Un/de-Electrified Villages (Achievement) Intensive Electrification of Electrified Villages (Achievement) No. of Connections to BPL Households (Achievement)
Punjab (17) 0 0 53925
Employment In Factories-Adults Adolescents And Children According To Sex
State/Union Territory No. of working factories submitting returns - 2007 No. of working factories submitting returns - 2008 No. of working factories submitting returns - 2009 No. of working factories submitting returns - 2010 Average daily number of workers - Adults - Men - 2007 Average daily number of workers - Adults - Men - 2008 Average daily number of workers - Adults - Men - 2009 Average daily number of workers - Adults - Men - 2010 Average daily number of workers - Adults - Women - 2007 Average daily number of workers - Adults - Women - 2008 Average daily number of workers - Adults - Women - 2009 Average daily number of workers - Adults - Women - 2010 Average daily number of workers - Adolescents - Males - 2007 Average daily number of workers - Adolescents - Males - 2008 Average daily number of workers - Adolescents - Males - 2009 Average daily number of workers - Adolescents - Males - 2010 Average daily number of workers - Adolescents - Females - 2007 Average daily number of workers - Adolescents - Females - 2008 Average daily number of workers - Adolescents - Females - 2009 Average daily number of workers - Adolescents - Females - 2010 Average daily number of workers - Children - Boys - 2007 Average daily number of workers - Children - Boys - 2008 Average daily number of workers - Children - Boys - 2009 Average daily number of workers - Children - Boys - 2010 Average daily number of workers - Children - Girls - 2007 Average daily number of workers - Children - Girls - 2008 Average daily number of workers - Children - Girls - 2009 Average daily number of workers - Children - Girls - 2010 Average daily number of workers - Total - 2007 Average daily number of workers - Total - 2008 Average daily number of workers - Total - 2009 Average daily number of workers - Total - 2010
Punjab 1438 1224 1389 1066 103632 97570 95640 84759 3607 3738 2356 3463 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 107239 101308 97996 88222
Employment In Mines
State/ Union Territory Coal - 2008 Coal - 2009 Coal - 2010(P) Copper - 2008 Copper - 2009 Copper - 2010(P) Chromite - 2008 Chromite - 2009 Chromite - 2010(P) Diamond - 2008 Diamond - 2009 Diamond - 2010(P) Gold - 2008 Gold - 2009 Gold - 2010(P) Gypsum - 2008 Gypsum - 2009 Gypsum - 2010(P) Iron ore - 2008 Iron ore - 2009 Iron ore - 2010(P) Limestone - 2008 Limestone - 2009 Limestone - 2010(P) Magnesite - 2008 Magnesite - 2009 Magnesite - 2010(P) Manganese - 2008 Manganese - 2009 Manganese - 2010(P) Mica - 2008 Mica - 2009 Mica - 2010(P) Stone(1) - 2008 Stone(1) - 2009 Stone(1) - 2010(P) Other Minerals - 2008 Other Minerals - 2009 Other Minerals - 2010(P) Total - 2008 Total - 2009 Total - 2010(P)
Punjab NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA
Employment In Shops And Commercial Establishments
State/UT Shops - Numbers - 2008 Shops - Numbers - 2009 Shops - Numbers - 2010 Shops - Workers - 2008 Shops - Workers - 2009 Shops - Workers - 2010 Commercial establishment - Numbers - 2008 Commercial establishment - Numbers - 2009 Commercial establishment - Numbers - 2010 Commercial establishment - Workers - 2008 Commercial establishment - Workers - 2009 Commercial establishment - Workers - 2010 Restaurants theaters etc. - Numbers - 2008 Restaurants theaters etc. - Numbers - 2009 Restaurants theaters etc. - Numbers - 2010 Restaurants theaters etc. - Workers - 2008 Restaurants theaters etc. - Workers - 2009 Restaurants theaters etc. - Workers - 2010 All establishments - Numbers - 2008 All establishments - Numbers - 2009 All establishments - Numbers - 2010 All establishments - Workers - 2008 All establishments - Workers - 2009 All establishments - Workers - 2010
Punjab 214 213 216 99 98 104 34 27 34 91 81 93 6 8 7 15 16 16 254 248 257 205 195 213
Enrolment In Higher Education According To Faculty And Stage (All India And State wise)
State / Union Territory 2008-09 - MEN 2009-10 - MEN 2010-11 - MEN 2008-09 - WOMEN 2009-10 - WOMEN 2010-11 - WOMEN 2008-09 - TOTAL 200910 - TOTAL 2010-11 - TOTAL
Punjab 576 942 1032 923 1164 1312 1499 2106 2344
Enrolment in School Education By Courses And Stages In Recognised Institutions
States/Union Territories Nursery (Pre-Primary/Pre-Basic) - Girls Nursery (Pre-Primary/Pre-Basic) - Total Primary - (I-V) - Girls Primary - (I-V) - Total Middle - (VI-VIII) - Girls Middle - (VI-VIII) - Total High/Higher Secondary - (IX-XII) - Girls High/Higher Secondary - (IX-XII) - Total (Pre-Primary to XII) - GRAND TOTAL - Girls (Pre-Primary to XII) - GRAND TOTAL - Total
Punjab 0 0 1108880 2503839 588276 1332040 501635 1094125 2198791 4930004
Enterpreneurship Profile (Enterprises Owned by)
Sl No State/UT Hindu (Values in Lakh) Muslim (Values in Lakh) Sikh (Values in Lakh) Christian (Values in Lakh) Jain (Values in Lakh) Buddhist (Values in Lakh) Others (Values in Lakh) Not Recorded (Values in Lakh) Total (Values in Lakh)
3 Punjab 4.24 0.11 5.15 0.08 0.00 0.00 0.07 0.00 9.66
Estimated Average Daily Employment And number of working factories
State/Union Territory Section 2m(i) - Number of working factories - 2007 Section 2m(i) - Number of working factories - 2008 Section 2m(i) - Number of working factories - 2009 Section 2m(i) - Number of working factories - 2010 Section 2m(i) - Estimated average daily employment - 2007 Section 2m(i) - Estimated average daily employment - 2008 Section 2m(i) - Estimated average daily employment - 2009 Section 2m(i) - Estimated average daily employment - 2010
Punjab 12930 13559 13712 13854 510 535 591 558625
Estimated Proportion of supplementary nutrition funds spent on children (in %)
States/UTs Number of PW & LM in '000 who received SN as on 31.3.2009* Percent PW&LM receiving SN Days for SN delivered (%)
Punjab 306 87.8 64
Estimates of Components of Health Check-up and Some Other Selected Indexes
States/UTs Child weighed at birth Initiated breastfeeding within one hour after birth Child had no diarrhea Mother reporting received deworming tablets from AWC Households using iodised salt Households using boiling water during illness Households aware of any method to delay or avoid pregnancy Households aware of measures to prevent anemia
Punjab 55.4 9.300000000000001 79.2 45.6 46 55.7 77.2 53.2
Evaluation of The Scheme-RGGVY (Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana)
Name of the State Name of the District 5 Year Plan Name of Implementing Agency Date of Sanction Sanctioned Project Cost (in Lakh) Date of Award of Contract Awarded Cost/Revised cost (in Lakh) Amount Released (in Lakh) Amount Released (%)
Punjab MOGA 11th Plan PSEB 05-03-2008 713.21 28-08-2008 877.48 263.42 30
FISH PRODUCTION state wise
States or Union Territories Marine - 2007-08 Inland - 2007-08 Total - 2007-08 Marine - 2008-09 Inland - 2008-09 Total - 2008-09 Marine - 2009-10 Inland - 2009-10 Total - 2009-10 Marine - 2010-11 Inland - 2010-11 Total - 2010-11 Marine - 2011-12 Inland - 2011-12 Total - 2011-12 Marine - 2012-13 Inland - 2012-13 Total - 2012-13
Punjab NA 78.73 78.73 NA 86.21 86.21 NA 122.86 122.86 NA 97.04 97.04 NA 97.62 97.62 NA 99.13 99.13
Factors Responsible for Increase in Attendance - Based on Sample Survey
States Increase in Attendance (%age of Sample School) Increase in Attendance Attributed to CMDM: Yes Increase in Attendance Attributed to CMDM: No Other Contributing Factors for Increase in Attendance
Punjab 50 44.44 55.56 Education is prime concern Awareness towards education Good education & Scholarship/ uniform
Factors Responsible for Increase in Retention - Based on Sample Survey
States Increase in Retention (%age of Sample Schools) Increase in Retention Attributed to CMDM - Yes Increase in Retention Attributed to CMDM - No If no other Contributing Factors for Increase in Retention
Punjab 50 55.56 44.44 Education is prime concern Awareness towards education & increase in population
Factory Employment By States
States/Uts Total Number of Factories 2001 Average Daily Employment 2001 Total Number of Factories 2002 Average Daily Employment 2002 Total Number of Factories 2003 Average Daily Employment 2003 Total Number of Factories 2004 Average Daily Employment 2004 Total Number of Factories 2005 Average Daily Employment 2005 Total Number of Factories 2006 Average Daily Employment 2006 Total Number of Factories 2007 Average Daily Employment 2007 Total Number of Factories 2008 Average Daily Employment 2008 Total Number of Factories 2009 Average Daily Employment 2009 Total Number of Factories 2010 Average Daily Employment 2010
Punjab 13439 408 13791 451 14109 462 14670 480 15311 521 16018 549 16326 570 17007 590 17168 593 17318 616
Factory Employment By States
States/Uts Total Number of Factories 2001 Average Daily Employment 2001 Total Number of Factories 2002 Average Daily Employment 2002 Total Number of Factories 2003 Average Daily Employment 2003 Total Number of Factories 2004 Average Daily Employment 2004 Total Number of Factories 2005 Average Daily Employment 2005 Total Number of Factories 2006 Average Daily Employment 2006 Total Number of Factories 2007 Average Daily Employment 2007 Total Number of Factories 2008 Average Daily Employment 2008 Total Number of Factories 2009 Average Daily Employment 2009 Total Number of Factories 2010 Average Daily Employment 2010
Punjab 13439 408 13791 451 14109 462 14670 480 15311 521 16018 549 16326 570 17007 590 17168 593 17318 616
General Funds of Registered Trade Unions
State/ Union Territory No. of unions submitting returns - 2007 No. of unions submitting returns - 2008 No. of unions submitting returns - 2009 No. of unions submitting returns - 2010 Opening balance - 2007 Opening balance - 2008 Opening balance - 2009 Opening balance - 2010 Income - 2007 Income - 2008 Income - 2009 Income - 2010 Expenditure - 2007 Expenditure - 2008 Expenditure - 2009 Expenditure - 2010 Closing balance - 2007 Closing balance - 2008 Closing balance - 2009 Closing balance - 2010
Punjab 460 450 483 504 11079 37520 11524 6430 20242 27203 17897 36245 16608 23358 18082 24837 14712 41365 11339 17838
Government Companies Limited By Shares At Work - State-wise Distribution
STATE/UT No. of Companies - Public Limited* No. of Companies - Private Limited** No. of Companies - Total***
PUNJAB 7 3 10
Gross Area Under Irrigation by Crops
Year/State/Union Territory Rice ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Rice ('000 hectare) 2009-10 Jowar ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Jowar ('000 hectare) 2009-10 Bajra ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Bajra ('000 hectare) 2009-10 Maize ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Maize ('000 hectare) 2009-10 Ragi ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Ragi ('000 hectare) 2009-10 Wheat ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Wheat ('000 hectare) 2009-10 Barley ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Barley ('000 hectare) 2009-10 Other Cereals and Millets ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Other Cereals and Millets ('000 hectare) 2009-10 Total Cereals and Millets ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Total Cereals and Millets ('000 hectare) 2009-10 Total Pulses ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Total Pulses ('000 hectare) 2009-10 Total Food grains ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Total Food grains ('000 hectare) 2009-10 Sugarcane ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Sugarcane ('000 hectare) 2009-10 Condiments and Spices ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Condiments and Spices ('000 hectare) 2009-10 Fruits/Vegetables incl Root crops ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Fruits/Vegetables incl Root crops ('000 hectare) 2009-10 Other Food-Crops ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Other Food-Crops ('000 hectare) 2009-10 Total Food-Crops ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Total Food-Crops ('000 hectare) 2009-10 Total Oil Seeds ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Total Oil Seeds ('000 hectare) 2009-10 Cotton ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Cotton ('000 hectare) 2009-10 Tobacco ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Tobacco ('000 hectare) 2009-10 Fodder Crops ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Fodder Crops ('000 hectare) 2009-10 Other Non-Food Crops ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Other Non-Food Crops ('000 hectare) 2009-10 Total Non-Food Crops ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Total Non-Food Crops ('000 hectare) 2009-10 Total irrigated Area ('000 hectare) 2008-09 Total irrigated Area ('000 hectare) 2009-10
Punjab 2722 2784 NA NA 5 3 97 100 NA NA 3475 3474 16 14 5 6 6320 6380 22 18 6342 6398 77 58 1 1 159 160 6 NA 6586 6617 54 52 528 509 NA NA 501 494 55 NA 1139 1097 7724 7714
Gross Irrigated Area
Year/State/ Union Territory Rice 2008-09 ('000 hectare) Rice 2009-10 ('000 hectare) Wheat 2008-09 ('000 hectare) Wheat 2009-10 ('000 hectare) Coarse Cereals 2008-09 ('000 hectare) Coarse Cereals 2009-10 ('000 hectare) Total Cereals and Millets 2008-09 ('000 hectare) Total Cereals and Millets 2009-10 ('000 hectare) Total Pulses 2008-09 ('000 hectare) Total Pulses 2009-10 ('000 hectare) Sugarcane 2008-09 ('000 hectare) Sugarcane 2009-10 ('000 hectare) Spices Fruits and Vegetables 2008-09 ('000 hectare) Spices Fruits and Vegetables 2009-10 ('000 hectare) Total Food Crops 2008-09 ('000 hectare) Total Food Crops 2009-10 ('000 hectare) Total Non-Food Crops 2008-09 ('000 hectare) Total Non-Food Crops 2009-10 ('000 hectare) Total irrigated Area 2008-09 ('000 hectare) Total irrigated Area 2009-10 ('000 hectare)
Punjab * 2722 2784 3475 3474 123 123 6320 6380 22 18 77 58 166 161 6584 6617 1139 1097 7724 7714
Hazardous Waste Contaminated Dump Sites
State Contaminated Dump Sites - Current No. reported by Supreme Court Monitoring Unit Contaminated Dump Sites - Current No. in Reduction as reported by Ministry
Punjab 14 5
High Priority Districts identified by the department of Health and Family Welfare
State District Ranking of District within State Classification Remarks
Punjab Sangrur 16 NA NA
Immunization Status of Children (12-23 months)
States/UTs BCG Measels All vaccination
Punjab 88.40000000000001 79.7 67.90000000000001
Industrial Injuries In Factories
Sate/Union Territory Fatal - Number - 2007 Fatal - Number - 2008 Fatal - Number - 2009 Fatal - Number - 2010 Fatal - Incidence rate(#) - 2007 Fatal - Incidence rate(#) - 2008 Fatal - Incidence rate(#) - 2009 Fatal - Incidence rate(#) - 2010 Non-Fatal - Number - 2007 Non-Fatal - Number - 2008 Non-Fatal - Number - 2009 Non-Fatal - Number - 2010 Non-Fatal - Incidence rate(#) - 2007 Non-Fatal - Incidence rate(#) - 2008 Non-Fatal - Incidence rate(#) - 2009 Non-Fatal - Incidence rate(#) - 2010 Total - Number - 2007 Total - Number - 2008 Total - Number - 2009 Total - Number - 2010 Total - Incidencerate(#) - 2007 Total - Incidencerate(#) - 2008 Total - Incidencerate(#) - 2009 Total - Incidencerate(#) - 2010
Punjab NA 3 35 22 NA 0.01 0.06 0.04 NA 226 248 219 NA 0.38 0.42 0.36 NA 229 283 241 NA 0.39 0.48 0.39
List of Gram Panchayats Awarded With Nirmal Gram Puraskar
State Name District Name Block Name GP Name Awarded Year
PUNJAB AMRITSAR AJNALA BHAKHA HARI SINGH 2010
Literacy Rate In India (NSSO And RGI)
All India/State/Union Territory 1991 - Male 1991 - Female 1991 - Persons 2001 - Male 2001 - Female 2001 - Persons 2011 - Rural - Male 2011 - Rural - Female 2011 - Rural - Person 2011 - Urban - Male 2011 - Urban - Female 2011 - Urban - Persons
Punjab 59 66 50 70 75 63 77 66 71 87 79 83
Loans And Advances Disbursements
Sector Major Head Cat Identity FY 00 FY 01 FY 02 FY 03 FY 04 FY 05 FY 06 FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10 FY 11
LAGS MH 6075 B Punjab 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Loans And Advances Receipts
Sector Major Head Cat Identity FY 00 FY 01 FY 02 FY 03 FY 04 FY 05 FY 06 FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10 FY 11
LAGS MH 6075 B Punjab 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Manpower at Primary Health Centres
S. No. State/UT [R] Required1 [S] Sanctioned [P] In Position [S-P] Vacant [R-P] Shortfall
21 Punjab 446 441 387 54 59
Manpower at Sub-Centres and Primary Health Centres
S. No. State/UT [R1] Required1 [S] Sanctioned [P] In Position [S-P] Vacant [R1-P] Shortfall1
21 Punjab 3396 4044 4096 Surplus Surplus
Mill Production of Cotton Yarn
State/Union Territory 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 (P)
Punjab 497 480 575
Mineral and State wise Resources Reserves
Mineral Unit All India/State Reserves Remaining Resources Total Resources
Quartz & Silica Sand '000 Tonnes Punjab 0 3927 3927
Money Orders in India
Circle Indian Money Orders Issued and paid in India (in lakh) - 2009-10 Indian Money Orders Issued and paid in India (in lakh) - 2010-11 Indian Money Orders Issued and paid in India (in lakh) - 2011-12 Amount of Indian Money Orders Issued and paid in India (in Rs. Crore) - 2009-10 Amount of Indian Money Orders Issued and paid in India (in Rs. Crore) - 2010-11 Amount of Indian Money Orders Issued and paid in India (in Rs. Crore) - 2011-12
Punjab 9.13 9.70 9.25 134.09 135.65 116.93
Net Area Under Irrigation by Sources
Year/State/Union Territory Canals Government 2008-09 ('000 hectare) Canals Government 2009-10 ('000 hectare) Canals Private 2008-09 ('000 hectare) Canals Private 2009-10 ('000 hectare) Canals Total 2008-09 ('000 hectare) Canals Total 2009-10 ('000 hectare) Tanks 2008-09 ('000 hectare) Tanks 2009-10 ('000 hectare) Tube Wells and other Wells 2008-09 ('000 hectare) Tube Wells and other Wells 2009-10 ('000 hectare) Othersources 2008-09 ('000 hectare) Othersources 2009-10 ('000 hectare) Total 2008-09 ('000 hectare) Total 2009-10 ('000 hectare)
Punjab 1109 1111 4 3 1112 1115 NA NA 2963 2956 4 2 4079 4073
No Of Sub Div Hosp District Hosp Mobile Medical Units Functioning
S. No. State/UT Sub Divisional Hospital (SDH) District Hospital (DH) Mobile Medical Units (MMU)
21 Punjab 35 20 24
Non-Government Companies Limited By Shares At work - State-wise Distribution
STATE/UT No. of Companies - Public Limited* No. of Companies - Private Limited** No. of Companies - Total***
PUNJAB 1721 11785 13506
Number And Area Of National Parks And Wildlife Sanctuaries Of India
States/UTs National Parks - Number National Parks - Area (Sq. Kms) Wildlife Sanctuaries - Number Wildlife Sanctuaries - Area (Sq. Kms)
Punjab NA 0.00 12 316.73
Number Of Teachers In Educational Institutions (All India And State wise)
State/U.T. Primary/Junior Basic Schools(#) - Total - 2008-09 Primary/Junior Basic Schools(#) - Total - 2009-10 Primary/Junior Basic Schools(#) - Total - 2010-11 Primary/Junior Basic Schools(#) - Women - 2008-09 Primary/Junior Basic Schools(#) - Women - 2009-10 Primary/Junior Basic Schools(#) - Women - 2010-11 Primary/Junior Basic Schools(#) - % age of Trained Teachers - 2008-09 Primary/Junior Basic Schools(#) - % age of Trained Teachers - 2009-10 Primary/Junior Basic Schools(#) - % age of Trained Teachers - 2010-11 Middle/Senior Basic Schools - Total - 2008-09 Middle/Senior Basic Schools - Total - 2009-10 Middle/Senior Basic Schools - Total - 2010-11 Middle/Senior Basic Schools - Women - 2008-09 Middle/Senior Basic Schools - Women - 2009-10 Middle/Senior Basic Schools - Women - 2010-11 Middle/Senior Basic Schools - % age of Trained Teachers - 2008-09 Middle/Senior Basic Schools - % age of Trained Teachers - 2009-10 Middle/Senior Basic Schools - % age of Trained Teachers - 2010-11 High/Post Basic Schools - Total - 2008-09 High/Post Basic Schools - Total - 2009-10 High/Post Basic Schools - Total - 2010-11 High/Post Basic Schools - Women - 2008-09 High/Post Basic Schools - Women - 2009-10 High/Post Basic Schools - Women - 2010-11 High/Post Basic Schools - % age of Trained Teachers - 2008-09 High/Post Basic Schools - % age of Trained Teachers - 2009-10 High/Post Basic Schools - % age of Trained Teachers - 2010-11 Higher Secondary Schools (**) - Total - 2008-09 Higher Secondary Schools (**) - Total - 2009-10 Higher Secondary Schools (**) - Total - 2010-11 Higher Secondary Schools (**) - Women - 2008-09 Higher Secondary Schools (**) - Women - 2009-10 Higher Secondary Schools (**) - Women - 2010-11 Higher Secondary Schools (**) - % age of Trained Teachers - 2008-09 Higher Secondary Schools (**) - % age of Trained Teachers - 2009-10 Higher Secondary Schools (**) - % age of Trained Teachers - 2010-11 Total No. of Teachers in all Schools - Total - 2008-09 Total No. of Teachers in all Schools - Women - 2008-09 Total No. of Teachers in all Schools - Total - 2009-10 Total No. of Teachers in all Schools - Women - 2009-10 Total No. of Teachers in all Schools - Total - 2010-11 Total No. of Teachers in all Schools - Women - 2010-11
Punjab 51740 55858 49273 36760 38893 31649 100 100 100 50503 50031 22836 29231 29203 14120 100 100 100 38466 27180 37666 24153 17163 24682 100 100 100 16244 38775 60912 9223 24800 40101 100 100 100 156953 171844 99367 110059 170687 110552
Number Of Towns And Villages Electrified In India
State/Union Territory Towns Total(1) Towns Electrified(1) Towns Percentage Villages Total(1) Villages Electrified(2) Villages Percentage
Punjab 157 157 100 12278 12278 100
Number of Elected Representatives of Panchayati Raj Institutions
States/UTs Gram Panchayat(GP) - Total Gram Panchayat(GP) - SC Gram Panchayat(GP) - ST Gram Panchayat(GP) - Women Intermediate Panchayat(IP) - Total Intermediate Panchayat(IP) - SC Intermediate Panchayat(IP) - ST Intermediate Panchayat(IP) - Women District Panchayat(DP) - Total District Panchayat(DP) - SC District Panchayat(DP) - ST District Panchayat(DP) - Women
Punjab 88132 27440 0 30875 2622 840 0 866 209 69 NA 68
Number of Panchayati Raj Institutions And Elected Representatives
States/UTs Village Panchayats - Number Village Panchayats - Elected Representatives Intermediate Panchayats - Number Intermediate Panchayats - Elected Representatives District Panchayats - Number District Panchayats - Elected Representatives
Punjab 12443 88132 141 2622 20 209
Number of Registered Newspapers And Periodicals By Language (All India And State wise)
State/Union Territory English - 2008-09 English - 2009-10 English - 2010-11 English - 2011-12 Hindi - 2008-09 Hindi - 2009-10 Hindi - 2010-11 Hindi - 2011-12 Assamese - 2008-09 Assamese - 2009-10 Assamese - 2010-11 Assamese - 2011-12 Bengali - 2008-09 Bengali - 2009-10 Bengali - 2010-11 Bengali - 2011-12 Gujarati - 2008-09 Gujarati - 2009-10 Gujarati - 2010-11 Gujarati - 2011-12 Kannada - 2008-09 Kannada - 2009-10 Kannada - 2010-11 Kannada - 2011-12 Kashmiri - 2008-09 Kashmiri - 2009-10 Kashmiri - 2010-11 Kashmiri - 2011-12 Malyalam - 2008-09 Malyalam - 2009-10 Malyalam - 2010-11 Malyalam - 2011-12 Marathi - 2008-09 Marathi - 2009-10 Marathi - 2010-11 Marathi - 2011-12 Oriya - 2008-09 Oriya - 2009-10 Oriya - 2010-11 Oriya - 2011-12 Punjabi - 2008-09 Punjabi - 2009-10 Punjabi - 2010-11 Punjabi - 2011-12 Sanskrit - 2008-09 Sanskrit - 2009-10 Sanskrit - 2010-11 Sanskrit - 2011-12 Sindhi - 2008-09 Sindhi - 2009-10 Sindhi - 2010-11 Sindhi - 2011-12 Tamil - 2008-09 Tamil - 2009-10 Tamil - 2010-11 Tamil - 2011-12 Telugu - 2008-09 Telugu - 2009-10 Telugu - 2010-11 Telugu - 2011-12 Urdu - 2008-09 Urdu - 2009-10 Urdu - 2010-11 Urdu - 2011-12 Bi-lingual - 2008-09 Bi-lingual - 2009-10 Bi-lingual - 2010-11 Bi-lingual - 2011-12 Multi-lingual - 2008-09 Multi-lingual - 2009-10 Multi-lingual - 2010-11 Multi-lingual - 2011-12 Others - 2008-09 Others - 2009-10 Others - 2010-11 Others - 2011-12 Total - 2008-09 Total - 2009-10 Total - 2010-11 Total - 2011-12
State/Union Territory English - 2008-09 English - 2009-10 English - 2010-11 English - 2011-12 Hindi - 2008-09 Hindi - 2009-10 Hindi - 2010-11 Hindi - 2011-12 Assamese - 2008-09 Assamese - 2009-10 Assamese - 2010-11 Assamese - 2011-12 Bengali - 2008-09 Bengali - 2009-10 Bengali - 2010-11 Bengali - 2011-12 Gujarati - 2008-09 Gujarati - 2009-10 Gujarati - 2010-11 Gujarati - 2011-12 Kannada - 2008-09 Kannada - 2009-10 Kannada - 2010-11 Kannada - 2011-12 Kashmiri - 2008-09 Kashmiri - 2009-10 Kashmiri - 2010-11 Kashmiri - 2011-12 Malyalam - 2008-09 Malyalam - 2009-10 Malyalam - 2010-11 Malyalam - 2011-12 Marathi - 2008-09 Marathi - 2009-10 Marathi - 2010-11 Marathi - 2011-12 Oriya - 2008-09 Oriya - 2009-10 Oriya - 2010-11 Oriya - 2011-12 Punjabi - 2008-09 Punjabi - 2009-10 Punjabi - 2010-11 Punjabi - 2011-12 Sanskrit - 2008-09 Sanskrit - 2009-10 Sanskrit - 2010-11 Sanskrit - 2011-12 Sindhi - 2008-09 Sindhi - 2009-10 Sindhi - 2010-11 Sindhi - 2011-12 Tamil - 2008-09 Tamil - 2009-10 Tamil - 2010-11 Tamil - 2011-12 Telugu - 2008-09 Telugu - 2009-10 Telugu - 2010-11 Telugu - 2011-12 Urdu - 2008-09 Urdu - 2009-10 Urdu - 2010-11 Urdu - 2011-12 Bi-lingual - 2008-09 Bi-lingual - 2009-10 Bi-lingual - 2010-11 Bi-lingual - 2011-12 Multi-lingual - 2008-09 Multi-lingual - 2009-10 Multi-lingual - 2010-11 Multi-lingual - 2011-12 Others - 2008-09 Others - 2009-10 Others - 2010-11 Others - 2011-12 Total - 2008-09 Total - 2009-10 Total - 2010-11 Total - 2011-12
Number of Registered Newspapers And Periodicals By States And Periodicity
State/U. T. Daily - 2008-09 Daily - 2009-10 Daily - 2010-11 Daily - 2011-12 Bi/Tri Weekly - 2008-09 Bi/Tri Weekly - 2009-10 Bi/Tri Weekly - 2010-11 Bi/Tri Weekly - 2011-12 Weekly - 2008-09 Weekly - 2009-10 Weekly - 2010-11 Weekly - 2011-12 Fortnightly - 2008-09 Fortnightly - 2009-10 Fortnightly - 2010-11 Fortnightly - 2011-12 Monthly - 2008-09 Monthly - 2009-10 Monthly - 2010-11 Monthly - 2011-12 Quarterly - 2008-09 Quarterly - 2009-10 Quarterly - 2010-11 Quarterly - 2011-12 Annual - 2008-09 Annual - 2009-10 Annual - 2010-11 Annual - 2011-12 Others - 2008-09 Others - 2009-10 Others - 2010-11 Others - 2011-12 Total - 2008-09 Total - 2009-10 Total - 2010-11 Total - 2011-12
Punjab 160 186 231 236 13 13 13 13 526 540 554 569 186 192 198 205 461 478 491 501 63 63 65 66 10 10 10 11 48 48 48 49 1467 1530 1610 1650
Number of Registered Trade Unions
State /Union Territory Workers Unions - On register - 2007 Workers Unions - On register - 2008 Workers Unions - On register - 2009 Workers Unions - On register - 2010 Workers Unions - Submitting returns - 2007 Workers Unions - Submitting returns - 2008 Workers Unions - Submitting returns - 2009 Workers Unions - Submitting returns - 2010 Employers Unions - On register - 2007 Employers Unions - On register - 2008 Employers Unions - On register - 2009 Employers Unions - On register - 2010 Employers Unions - Submitting returns - 2007 Employers Unions - Submitting returns - 2008 Employers Unions - Submitting returns - 2009 Employers Unions - Submitting returns - 2010 All Unions - On register - 2007 All Unions - On register - 2008 All Unions - On register - 2009 All Unions - On register - 2010 All Unions - Submiting returns - 2007 All Unions - Submiting returns - 2008 All Unions - Submiting returns - 2009 All Unions - Submiting returns - 2010
Punjab 2612 2396 2708 2656 460 450 483 504 58 54 NA 56 1 2 NA 1 2670 2450 2708 2712 461 452 483 505
Number of Telephones In India
State Wireline Phones
Punjab 1.6 1.58 20.1 28.76 21.7 30.34
Nutritional status of children aged 7 months-60 months
States/UTs ICDS-Moderately malnourished ICDS-Severely malnourished Non-ICDS-Moderately malnourished Non-ICDS-Severely malnourished (MWCD 2009)-Moderately malnourished (MWCD 2009)-Severely malnourished
Punjab 32.7 3.7 22.5 4.3 34.8 0.1
Nutritional status of children aged 7 months-60 months by Asset class
States/UTs ICDS-Asset 1-Moderately ICDS-Asset 1-Severely ICDS-Asset 2-Moderately ICDS-Asset 2-Severely Non-ICDS-Asset 1-Moderately Non-ICDS-Asset 1-Severely Non-ICDS-Asset 2-Moderately Non-ICDS-Asset 2-Severely
Punjab 33.4 1.1 31.3 8.800000000000001 21.4 3.9 27.9 6.2
Nutritional status of children aged 7 months-60 months by Expenditure classes
States/UTs ICDS-Upto Rs. 2000-Moderately ICDS-Upto Rs. 2000-Severely ICDS-2001-3000-Moderately ICDS-2001-3000-Severely ICDS-Above 3000-Moderately ICDS-Above 3000-Severely Non-ICDS-Upto Rs. 2000-Moderately Non-ICDS-Upto Rs. 2000-Severely Non-ICDS-2001-3000-Moderately Non-ICDS-2001-3000-Severely Non-ICDS-Above 3000-Moderately Non-ICDS-Above 3000-Severely
Punjab 38.3 12.1 30.1 0.6 30.8 0 36.5 8.9 22.9 6.5 17.6 0
Nutritional status of children aged 7 months-60 months by Occupation group
States/UTs ICDS-Agriculture-Moderately ICDS-Agriculture-Severely ICDS-Wage earners-Moderately ICDS-Wage earners-Severely ICDS-Others-Moderately ICDS-Others-Severely Non-ICDS-Agriculture-Moderately Non-ICDS-Agriculture-Severely Non-ICDS-Wage earners-Moderately Non-ICDS-Wage earners-Severely Non-ICDS-Others-Moderately Non-ICDS-Others-Severely
Punjab 34.9 0 28.7 6.6 41.5 0 26.1 0 33.3 3.4 10 8.800000000000001
Opinion of Children on Quality of Meal - Based on Sample Survey
States Opinion of Children : Quality of Meal (in percent) - Good Opinion of Children : Quality of Meal (in percent) - Average Opinion of Children : Quality of Meal (in percent) - Poor Opinion of Children : Satisfaction (in percent) - Yes Opinion of Children : Satisfaction (in percent) - No
Punjab 77.61 21.39 1 94.03 5.97
Opinion of Parents on Quality of Meal - Based on Sample Survey
States Opinion of Parents: Quality of Meal (in percent) - Good Opinion of Parents: Quality of Meal (in percent) - Average Opinion of Parents: Quality of Meal (in percent) - Poor
Punjab 69.19 29.29 1.52
Paid-up Capital of Government Companies Limited By Shares - State-wise Distribution
STATES/UT Public Limited - No. of Companies Public Limited - Paid up Capital* Private Limited - No. of Companies Private Limited - Paid up Capital* Total No. of Companies Total Paid up Capital*
PUNJAB 7 1397.26 2 0.27 9 1397.53
Paid-up Capital of Non-Government Companies Limited By Shares - State-wise Distribution
STATES/UT Public Limited - No. of Companies Public Limited - Paid up Capital* Private Limited - No. of Companies Private Limited - Paid up Capital* Total No. of Companies Total Paid up Capital*
PUNJAB 1506 15098.34 9800 4288.75 11306 19387.09
Per Capita Availability of Eggs
States/UTs 2007-08 (In Nos./Annum) 2008-09 (In Nos./Annum) 2009-10 (In Nos./Annum) 2010-11 (In Nos./Annum) 2011-12 (In Nos./Annum)
Punjab 143 137 121 129 130
Percentage Distribution of AWH by Level of Education
States/UTs Illiterate Below primary Primary Middle Matric/High school HS & above
Punjab 56.8 6.1 15 11.7 10.4 0
Percentage of AWC have adequacy of space for different type of activities
States/UTs Cooking Storage Indoor activities
Punjab 48 52.9 76.2
Percentage of AWC having functional weighing scales and other inventories
States/UTs Weighing scale (baby) Weighing scale (adult) Utensils Cooking vessels Almirahs Toys Posters PSE kits
Punjab 46.7 33.5 38.1 43 28.1 16.4 48.7 13.9
Percentage of AWC having source of drinking water
States/UTs Piped Hand pump Others
Punjab 29.7 70.3 0.0
Percentage of AWC having source of drinking water according to distance
States/UTs Within premise Up to 50 Metre Lesser than 50 meter
Punjab 57.1 37.7 5.2
Percentage of AWC having toilet Facilities
States/UTs Flush system Pit/urinal No facility
Punjab 23.3 17.7 59.1
Percentage of AWC having type of housing facility
States/UTs Owned Rented Primary school Others*
Punjab 11.6 0.0 23.8 64.6
Percentage of AWC provided types of services reported by AWW
States/UTs Percentage AWC implemented KSY scheme Food/ SN Health check-up Immunization Referral services Deworming appendix tablets Iron & folic acid Family-life education
Punjab 76.59999999999999 100 83.7 70 73.59999999999999 73.59999999999999 70 100
Percentage of AWC received medical kit
States/UTs Yes No
Punjab 0.0 100.0
Percentage of AWC reported Availability and Utilisation of Medicine
States/UTs Iron /Folic acid tabs (big)-Received (no.) Iron /Folic acid tabs (big)-% Utilized Iron /Folic acid tabs (small)-Received (no.) Iron /Folic acid tabs (small)-% Utilized Almebendazol/Mebedazol-Received (no.) Almebendazol/Mebedazol-% Utilized ORS-Received (no. in packet) ORS-% Utilized Vitamin A-Received (no. in bottle) Vitamin A-% Utilized Paracetamol-Received (no.) Paracetamol-% Utilized Paracetamol cyrup-Received (no.in bottle) Paracetamol cyrup-% Utilized Metrogyl-Received (no.) Metrogyl-% Utilized Vitamin B complex-Received (no.) Vitamin B complex-% Utilized Eye ointment tubes-Received (no. in tube) Eye ointment tubes-% Utilized Betnovate-Received (no.) Betnovate-% Utilized Iodine-Received (no.) Iodine-% Utilized Dettol-Received (no. in bottle) Dettol-% Utilized Cotton/Bandages-Received (no. in piece) Cotton/Bandages-% Utilized
Punjab 0 NA 0 NA 120 100 0 NA 0 NA 100 100 0 NA 0 NA 0 NA 0 NA 0 NA 0 NA 1 100 12 100
Percentage of community leader helps in AWC activities
States/UTs Yes No
Punjab 30.4 69.6
Performance Of Employment Exchanges
State/Union Territories No of Employment Exchanges$ - 2009 No of Employment Exchanges$ - 2010 No of Employment Exchanges$ - 2011 Registrations - 2009 Registrations - 2010 Registrations - 2011 Vacancies notified - 2009 Vacancies notified - 2010 Vacancies notified - 2011 Submissions - 2009 Submissions - 2010 Submissions - 2011 Placements - 2009 Placements - 2010 Placements - 2011 Live Register$ - 2009 Live Register$ - 2010 Live Register$ - 2011
Punjab 46 46 46 57.8 72.4 60.1 12.4 13.9 11.6 45.2 62.5 44.2 1.7 2.1 3.2 388.8 379.9 355.5
Pharmacists, Laboratory Technicians and Nursing Staff At Primary Health Centres & Community Health Centres
S. No. State/UT [R] Required1 [S] Sanctioned [P] In Position [S-P] Vacant [R-P] Shortfall
21 Punjab 575 844 939 Surplus Surplus
Pharmacists, Laboratory Technicians and Nursing Staff At Primary Health Centres and Community Health Centres
S. No. State/UT [R] Required1 [S] Sanctioned [P] In Position [S-P] Vacant [R-P] Shortfall
21 Punjab 575 844 939 NULL NULL
Plan Expenditure
S1 S2 Sector Major Head Cat Identity FY 00 FY 01 FY 02 FY 03 FY 04 FY 05 FY 06 FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10 FY 11
RE GS REGS MH 2011 B Punjab 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Production of Milk
Year/State/ Union Territory Cow Milk 2009-10 ('000 tonne) Cow Milk 2010-11 ('000 tonne) Buffalo Milk 2009-10 ('000 tonne) Buffalo Milk 2010-11 ('000 tonne) Goat Milk 2009-10 ('000 tonne) Goat Milk 2010-11 ('000 tonne) Total $ 2009-10 ('000 tonne) Total $ 2010-11 ('000 tonne)
Punjab 3022 3067 6323 6301 44 55 9389 9423
Production of Raw Silk And Silk Yarn
State Raw silk - Mulberry silk - 2010-11 Raw silk - Mulberry silk - 2011-12 Raw silk - Mulberry silk - 2012-13(P) Raw silk - Vanya (Non-mulberry) - Tasar - 2010-11 Raw silk - Vanya (Non-mulberry) - Tasar - 2011-12 Raw silk - Vanya (Non-mulberry) - Tasar - 2012-13(P) Raw silk - Vanya (Non-mulberry) - Eri - 2010-11 Raw silk - Vanya (Non-mulberry) - Eri - 2011-12 Raw silk - Vanya (Non-mulberry) - Eri - 2012-13(P) Raw silk - Vanya (Non-mulberry) - Muga - 2010-11 Raw silk - Vanya (Non-mulberry) - Muga - 2011-12 Raw silk - Vanya (Non-mulberry) - Muga - 2012-13(P) Raw silk - Total - 2010-11 Raw silk - Total - 2011-12 Raw silk - Total - 2012-13(P)
Punjab 5 1 4 NA NA NA 0.50 1.00 1.00 NA NA NA 6 2 5
Projects Sanctioned Under Drought Prone Desert Development And Integrated Watershed Management Programme
State Drought Prone Area Programme(DPAP) # Desert Development Programme(DDP) # Integrated Wastelands Development Programme (IWDP)
Punjab NA NA 17
Proportion of expenditure spent on Supplementary Nutrition(SN) and estimated shares of different groups (%)
States/UTs Estimated value of SN reached/delivered to children as % of total available funds for SN 2008-09 Estimated value of SN reached/delivered to PW & LM as % of total available funds for SN 2008-09 Estimated total value of SN reached/delivered as % of total available funds for SN 2008-09
Punjab 30.2 14 44.2
Proportion of supplementary nutrition funds spent for pregnant women and lactating mothers
States/UTs Actual Expenditure on PW & LM SN (in lakh) in 2008-09 Expenditure on PW & LM's SN as % to total expenditure on SN Estimated value of SN reached/delivered to PW & LM as % to actual expenditure on PW & LM SN in 2008-09
Punjab 1139 25 56.2
Protected Area Network Across The Country (2011-12)
S.No State/UT No. of National Parks No. of
21 Punjab 0 12 1 2
Public Account Disbursements
Major Head Cat Identity FY 00 FY 01 FY 02 FY 03 FY 04 FY 05 FY 06 FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10 FY 11
MH 8001 B Punjab 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Public Account Receipts
Major Head Cat Identity FY 00 FY 01 FY 02 FY 03 FY 04 FY 05 FY 06 FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10 FY 11
MH 8001 B Punjab 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Public Debt Disbursements
Major Head Cat Identity FY 00 FY 01 FY 02 FY 03 FY 04 FY 05 FY 06 FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10 FY 11
MH 6001 B Punjab 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Public Debt Receipts
Major Head Cat Identity FY 00 FY 01 FY 02 FY 03 FY 04 FY 05 FY 06 FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10 FY 11
MH 6001 B Punjab 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Recorded Forest Area in States and UTs
States/UTs Area (GA) RFA as - reported in ISFR 2011 RFA (as revised by SFDs) - Reserved Forests RFA (as revised by SFDs) - Protected Forests RFA (as revised by SFDs) - Unclassed Forests Total - RFA % of GA
Punjab 50 362 3 084 44 1 137 1 903 3 084 6.12
Requirement And Availability Of Major Fertilizers
Year Month Product State Requirement(in 000'MTS) Availability(in 000'MTS)
2012-13 April DAP Punjab 30000.00 32084.60
Resource Centres at Block Level Sanctioned Under Capacity Building Component of BRGF And RGSY
State Block Resource CentresSanctioned under BRGF - (As on 31.3.2011) Block Resource CentresSanctioned under BRGF - (As on 31.3.2012) Block Resource Centres Sanctioned under RGSY - (As on 30.6.2011) Block Resource Centres Sanctioned under RGSY - (As on 30.6.2012) Total Block Resource Centres Sanctioned under BRGF Total Block Resource Centres Sanctioned under RGSY
Punjab 9 9 NA NA 18 0
Revenue Expenditure
Sector Major Head Cat Cat2 Identity FY 00 FY 01 FY 02 FY 03 FY 04 FY 05 FY 06 FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10 FY 11
REGS MH 2011 B G Punjab 6.55 7.52 6.88 7.87 10.50 12.89 16.26 14.13 15.06 15.64 18.19 25.19
Revenue Receipts
Sector Major Head Cat1 Cat2 Identity FY 00 FY 01 FY 02 FY 03 FY 04 FY 05 FY 06 FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10 FY 11
TR MH 0020 B G Punjab 0.00 15.90 129.08 140.84 204.81 256.83 338.90 488.65 626.78 683.51 882.39 1192.47
Social Status of Beneficiary Children - Based on Sample Survey
States SC (in percent) ST (in percent) OBC (in percent) Other (in percent)
Punjab 51 0 46 3
State-Wise Details of Cumulative Grid Interactive Renewable Power Installed Capacity
STATES / UT Small Hydro Power - 31.03.2010 - (MW) Small Hydro Power - 31.03.2011 - (MW) Wind Power - 31.03.2010 - (MW) Wind Power - 31.03.2011 - (MW) Bio-Power - Biomass Power - 31.03.2010 - (MW) Bio-Power - Biomass Power - 31.03.2011 - (MW) Bio-Power - Waste to Energy - 31.03.2010 - (MW) Bio-Power - Waste to Energy - 31.03.2011 - (MW) Solar Power - 31.03.2010 - (MWp) Solar Power - 31.03.2011 - (MWp) Total Capacity 31.03.2010 Total Capacity 31.03.2011
Punjab 132.55 154.50 NA NA 62.50 74.50 9.25 9.25 1.32 2.33 205.62 240.57
State-Wise Number of Telephones in India
Year/Circles/State Wireless Phones Fixed DELs : 2010 Wireless Phones Fixed DELs : 2011 Wireless Phones Fixed DELs : 2012 Wireless Phones Fixed DELs : 2013 Wireless Phones GSM+CSMA : 2010 Wireless Phones GSM+CSMA : 2011 Wireless Phones GSM+CSMA : 2012 Wireless Phones GSM+CSMA : 2013 Wireless Phones Total Telephones : 2010 Wireless Phones Total Telephones : 2011 Wireless Phones Total Telephones : 2012 Wireless Phones Total Telephones : 2013
Punjab 1.60 1.58 1.44 1.32 20.10 28.76 31.95 29.46 21.70 30.34 33.4 30.78
State-Wise Telephones Statistics per 100 Population in India
Circles/States 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Punjab 5.67 6.95 9.15 11.76 17.33 21.94 27.61 37.05 47.89 58.25 75.44 104.09 113.13 103.00
State-wise And Company-wise LPG Domestic Consumers
State / UT IOCL/AOD HPCL BPCL TOTAL TOTAL (As on 1.4.2011)
Punjab 3347 1133 1361 5841 5619
State-wise And Company-wise Retail Outlets
State / UT IOCL/AOD HPCL BPCL TOTAL TOTAL (As on 1.4.2011)
Punjab 1554 795 585 2934 2814
State-wise Bamboo bearing area by Density in Recorded Forests (in square km)
State/UT Pure bamboo Dense bamboo Scattered bamboo Bamboo present but clumps completely hacked Bamboo regeneration No bamboo RFA (sq. km)
Punjab 0.00 5.00 39.00 31.00 0.00 3009.00 3084.00
State-wise Cumulative Installation of SPV Systems
Sl. No. State/UT Lanterns Lights (Numbers) Home Street Lights Pumps Stand alone (kWp)
26 Punjab 17495 8620 5354 1857 281
State-wise Distribution of Bamboo Area in Recorded Forests (in square km)
State/UT Bamboo Bearing area (sq. km)
Punjab 75
State-wise Equivalent Green Weight by Soundness of Culms in Recorded Forests
State/UT Green Culms Dry Culms Total
Punjab 13 10 23
State-wise Estimates of Wool Production
State 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12
Punjab 435 451 485 506 532
State-wise Financial Details of projects under NDP-Phase I
State Number of Projects Total Grant Assistance (Rs. Crore) Total EIA Contribution (Rs. Crore) Total Outlay (Rs. Crore) Advance to EIA by NDDB till date (Rs. Crore)
Punjab 8.00 45.54 2.63 48.18 9.45
State-wise IEMs filed by Industrial Undertakings
State/UT IEMs Filed during August 1991 to December 2006 (in Nos) Proposed Investment during August 1991 to December 2006 (in Rs.Cr) IEMs Filed during January 2007 to December 2007 (in Nos) Proposed Investment during January 2007 to December 2007 (in Rs.Cr) IEMs Filed during January 2008 to December 2008 (in Nos) Proposed Investment during January 2008 to December 2008 (in Rs.Cr) IEMs Filed during January 2009 to December 2009 (in Nos) Proposed Investment during January 2009 to December 2009 (in Rs.Cr) IEMs Filed during January 2010 to December 2010 (in Nos) Proposed Investment during January 2010 to December 2010 (in Rs.Cr) IEMs Filed during January 2011 to December 2011 (in Nos) Proposed Investment during January 2011 to December 2011 (in Rs.Cr) IEMs Filed during January 2012 to December 2012 (in Nos) Proposed Investment during January 2012 to December 2012 (in Rs.Cr) IEMs Filed during January 2013 to December 2013 (in Nos) Proposed Investment during January 2013 to December 2013 (in Rs.Cr) IEMs Filed during January -February 2014 (in Nos) Proposed Investment during January -February 2014 (in Rs.Cr)
Punjab 2729 69933 92 3607 91 9127 68 9731 102 6779 112 13571 80 4477 49 2491 16 973
State-wise Industrial Investment Proposals Received From Industrial Undertakings
NAME OF THE STATE IEMs Filed LOIs/DILs issued during August 1991 to December 2006 (in Nos) %age of Total Proposals during August 1991 to December 2006 Proposed Investment during Augsut 1991 to December 2006 (in Rs.Cr) %age of Total Proposed Investment during August 1991 to December 2006 IEMs Filed LOIs/DILs issued during January 2007 to December 2007 (in Nos) %age of Total Proposals during January 2007 to December 2007 Proposed Investment during January 2007 to December 2007
Punjab 2971 4.07 76363.31 3.07 105 2.75 5172 0.62 102 2.50 9482 0.62 68 1.96 9731 0.94 103 2.38 6779 0.39 113 2.90 13571 0.88 80 2.83 4477 0.79 49 2.05 2491 0.47 16 4.07 973 1.97
State-wise Installed Capacity of Grid Interactive Renewable Power
States / UTs Small Hydro Power (MW) Wind Power (MW) Bio-Power-BM Power/Cogen.(MW) Bio-Power-Waste to Energy (MW) Solar Power (MWp) Total Capacity (MW)
Punjab 154.50 NA 124.50 9.25 9.32 297.57
State-wise Number And Paid-up Capital of Public Companies And Private Companies At Work
State/U.T Public - No. (2010) Public - Paid-up Capital (2010) Public - No. (2011) Public - Paid-up Capital (2011) Private - No. (2010) Private - Paid-up Capital (2010) Private - No. (2011) Private - Paid-up Capital (2011) Total - No.(2010) Total - Paid-up Capital (2010) Total - No.(2011) Total - Paid-up Capital (2011)
Punjab 2202.0 7760.0 1547.0 18561.0 14077.0 3150.0 10155.0 3760.6 16279.0 10910.0 11702.0 22321.5
State-wise Number And Paid-up Capital of Public Companies and Private Companies Ceased To Work
State/U.T./ Public No.-2009 Public-Paid-up capital-2009 Public No.-2010 Paid-up capital-2010 Private No.-2009 Private Paid-up capital-2009 Total No. Paid-up capital
Punjab 84 22 63 7 630 25 693 32
State-wise Number of Estimated Culms by Soundness in Recorded Forests (in Millions)
State/UT Green Culms Dry Culms Decayed Total
Punjab 3 2 0 5
State-wise Number of Institutes Interacting with DBT on Research and Development Projects
State Name Financial Year[2010-11] Financial Year[2011-12]
Punjab 21 27
State-wise Number of Minority Concentrated Districts And Minority Concentrated Blocks
S.No. State No of Minority District No of Minority Blocks
15 PUNJAB 0 128
State-wise Number of Projects Not Found Suitable for Funding
Number of Project Not Found Suitable Statewise Financial Year[2010-11] Financial Year[2011-12]
Punjab 5 12
State-wise Number of Projects Received
No of Project Received Statewise Financial Year[2009-10] Financial Year[2010-11] Financial Year[2011-12]
Punjab 15 6 19
State-wise Number of Research And Development Proposals Not Found Suitable
Name of States 2011-2012 2012-2013
Punjab 5 10
State-wise Number of Unserved Habitations
States\UTs No. of Unserved - Habitations (2002)* No. of Unserved -Habitations (2007)**
Punjab 1118 0
State-wise Ongoing Projects
Statewise Number of Ongoing Project Ongoing Project As on Date 6/03/2013
Punjab 35
State-wise Ongoing Research And Development Projects
Name of States Ongoing Projects
Punjab 47
State-wise Outlay and Expenditure on Agriculture and Allied Sector for Eleventh and Twelfth five year Plan
Name of State Eleventh Plan Outlay - Agriculture & Allied Sector Eleventh Plan Outlay - Percentage of Total Plan Eleventh Plan Expenditure - Agriculture & Allied Sector Eleventh Plan Expenditure - Percentage of Total Plan Twelfth Plan Outlay - Agriculture & Allied Sector Twelfth Plan Outlay - Percentage of Total Plan Percentage Increase in Twelfth Plan Outlay over Eleventh Plan Expenditure
Punjab 1309.13 4.50 1410.77 4.00 1524.00 2.90 8.03
State-wise Per Capita Sales of Petroleum Products
State/UT 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12*
Punjab 180.9 189.0 169.4 179.8 189.1 200.1 219.6 203.7 206.1
State-wise Percentage Distribution Of Rural And Urban Households By Type Of Latrine
State/U.T. No Latrine Service Laterine Septic tank/flush Pit others All (including not known and not reported)
Punjab 36.2 0.8 32.1 29.8 1 100
State-wise Percentage Of Distribution Of Rural And Urban Households By Type Of Dwellings
India/State/Union Territory Independent House- NSS 59th Round (Jan. 2003-Dec. 2003) Flat- NSS 59th Round (Jan. 2003-Dec. 2003) others- NSS 59th Round (Jan. 2003-Dec. 2003) Independent House- NSS 65th Round (July. 2008-June. 2009) Flat- NSS 65th Round (July. 2008-June. 2009) others- NSS 65th Round (July. 2008-June. 2009)
Punjab 96.30 3.00 0.80 86.60 4.10 9.30
State-wise Percentage Of Distribution Of Rural And Urban Households Having Electricity
All-India/State/Union Territory Total Rural-2001 Urban-2001 Rural-2011 Urban-2011 Rural- NSS 60th Round- (Jan. 2004 - June.2004) Urban- NSS 60th Round- (Jan. 2004 - June.2004) Rural- NSS 61st Round (July 2004-June 2005) Urban- NSS 61st Round (July 2004-June 2005) Rural- NSS 62nd Round (July 2005-June 2006) Urban- NSS 62nd Round (July 2005-June 2006) Rural- NSS 63rd Round (July 2006 - June 2007) Urban- NSS 63rd Round (July 2006 - June 2007) Rural- NSS 64th Round (July 2007 - June 2008) Urban- NSS 64th Round (July 2007 - June 2008) Rural- NSS 65th Round- (July 2008 - June 2009) Urban- NSS 65th Round- (July 2008 - June 2009)
Punjab 96.59999999999999 89.45999999999999 96.48 95.5 98.3 91.90000000000001 95.7 95.5 97.8 96 96 94.7 97 95.7 94.5 96.5 99.3
State-wise Percentage Of Distribution Of Rural And Urban Households Having Safe Drinking Water Facilities
All-India/State/Union Territory Total Rural-1991 Urban-1991 Total-1991 Rural-2001 Urban-2001 Total-2011 Rural-2011 Urban-2011
Punjab 92.73999999999999 92.09 94.23999999999999 97.59999999999999 96.90000000000001 98.90000000000001 NA NA NA
State-wise Percentage Of Distribution Of Rural And Urban Households Having Toilet Facilities
All India/State/Union Territory Total-2001 Rural-2001 Urban-2001 Total-2011 Rural-2011 Urban-2011 Rural-NSSO 65th Round Urban-NSSO 65th Round
Punjab 56.84 40.91 86.52 79.3 70.40000000000001 93.40000000000001 63.8 95
State-wise Plan Expenditure For Public Sector By Heads Of Development
State/Union Territory Agriculture and Allied Activities(2007-08) Agriculture and Allied Activities (2008-09) Agriculture and Allied Activities (2009-10) Agriculture and Allied Activities (2010-11) Rural Development(2007-08) Rural Development (2008-09) Rural Development (2009-10) Rural Development (2010-11) Special Ara Programmes (2007-08) Special Ara Programmes (2008-09) Special Ara Programmes (2009-10) Special Ara Programmes(2010-11) Irrigation and Flood Control(2007-08) Irrigation and Flood Control (2008-09) Irrigation and Flood Control (2009-10) Irrigation and Flood Control (2010-11) Energy(2007-08) Energy (2008-09) Energy (2009-10) Energy (2010-11) Industry and Minerals(2007-08) Industry and Minerals(2008-09) Industry and Minerals(2009-10) Industry and Minerals(2010-2011) Transport(2007-08) Transport (2008-09) Transport(2009-10) Transport(2010-11) Science Technology and Environment (2007-08) Science Technology and Environment (2008-09) Science Technology and Environment (2009-10) Science Technology and Environment (2010-11) General Economic Services(2007-08) General Economic Services(2008-09) General Economic Services(2009-10) General Economic Services(2010-11) Social Services(2007-08) Social Services(2008-09) Social Services(2009-10) Social Services(2010-11) General Services(2007-08) General Services(2008-09) General Services(2009-10) General Services(2010-11) Total (2007-08) Total(2008-09) Total(2009-10) Total(2010-11)
Punjab 15099 21462 13944 44129 39806 82681 59700 103193 NA NA NA NA 21340 41871 47650 34581 153559 192619 126722 235261 20 2040 NA 2800 127494 124843 84736 164887 3621 5328 4443 2002 22672 10397 5225 7339 114241 204549 146174 221788 4556 6718 8784 16457 502409 692510 497378 832437
State-wise Plan Outlays and Expenditure
State/UT Tenth Plan 2002–03 Outlay 2002–03 Expenditure 2003–04 Outlay 2003–04 Expenditure 2004–05 Outlay 2004–05 Expenditure 2005–06 Outlay 2005–06 Expenditure 2006–07 Outlay 2006–07 Revised Estimates
Punjab 5308100 929800 648349 1045000 597199 750893 213332 274313 124713 501910 501910
State-wise Potential of Various Renewable Energy Technologies
Sl. No. States/ UTs Wind Power (MW) Small Hydro Power (MW) Bio-Energy - Biomass Power (MW) Bio-Energy - Bagase Cogeneration (MW) Bio-Energy - Waste To Energy (MW) Total
21 Punjab NA 441 3172 300 45 3958
State-wise Revised State Plan Outlay By Heads Of Development
State/Union Territory Agriculture & Allied Activities Rural Development Special Area Programmes Irrigation and Flood Control Energy Industry and Minerals Transport Science Technology & Environment General Economic Services Social Services General Services Total
Punjab* 43410 102139 NA 103036 331166 5812 156562 6002 28707 355847 19318 1152000
State-wise Total Registered Motor Vehicles In India
State/Union Territory 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Punjab 2910 3103 3308 3529 3876 4035 4294 4573 4832 5274 5274
State-wise and Sex-wise AYUSH (Ayurveda, Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy) registered practitioners (Doctors)
S.No. State or UT Ayurveda - Male Ayurveda-Female Unani -Male Unani -Female Siddha -Male Siddha -Female Naturopathy -Male Naturopathy -Female Homoeopathy -Male Homoeopathy -Female
22 Punjab 3383 2221 155 2 0 0 0 0 2498 1621
State-wise and Source-wise Installed Capacity of Grid Interactive Renewable Power
States/ Uts Biomass Power 31.3.2010 Biomass Power 30.3.2011 Waste to Energy 31.3.2010 Waste to Energy 30.3.2011 Wind Power 31.3.2010 Wind Power 30.3.2011 Small Hydro Power 31.3.2010 Small Hydro Power 30.3.2011 Solar Power 31.3.2010 Solar Power 30.3.2011 Total 31.3.2010 Total 30.3.2011
Punjab 62.5 74.5 9.25 9.25 NA NA 132.55 154.5 1.33 2.33 240.58 17
State-wise distribution of AYUSH (Ayurveda, Yoga, Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, Sowa-Rigpa and Homoeopathy) hospitals, beds and dispensaries
S.No. State or UT Number of Hospitals - Govt Number of Hospitals - Local Body Number of Hospitals -Others Number of Beds - Govt Number of Beds - Local Body Number of Beds - Others Number of Dispensaries - Govt Number of Dispensaries -Local Body Number of Dispensaries -Others
22 Punjab 5 0 10 50 0 1384 507 0 0
State-wise distribution of Under Graduate AYUSH colleges and their admission capacity
S. No. State or Union Territory No. of Colleges - Govt Admission Capacity - Govt No. of Colleges - Others Admission Capacity - Others Per College Average
17 Punjab 1 40 11 470 42
State-wise off-grid decentralized renewable energy system devices in India
States / UTs Biogas plants (number) Biomass gasifier Waste to energy (industrial) (MW) Waste to energy (biogas) (MW) Water pumping wind mills (number) Aerogen/hybrid systems (kW) SPV Street lighting system (number) SPV Home lighting system (number) SPV Solar lantern (number) SPV Power plant kWp Solar photovoltaic (number) Solar cooker (number)
Punjab 88344 0.7 NA 1.58 NA NA 3037 4620 14995 71 1821 22050
State-wise outlay and expenditure for Power Sector
Category State Twelfth Plan-Power sector Twelfth Plan-All sector 2012-13-Power sector 2012-13-All sector 2013-14-Power sector 2013-14-All sector
I. States Punjab 22674 92100 3300.0 14000 3209 16125.0
State Wise Area And Production of Flowers
State/Union Territory 2007-08 Area (in '000 Hectare) 2008-09 Area (in '000 Hectare) 2009-10 Area (in '000 Hectare) 2010-11 Area (in '000 Hectare) 2007-08 Production : Loose ('000 Tonne) 2007-08 Production : Cut (in lakh Nos) 2008-09 Production : Loose ('000 Tonne) 2008-09 Production : Cut (in lakh Nos) 2009-10 Production : Loose ('000 Tonne) 2009-10 Production : Cut (in lakh Nos) 2010-11 Production : Loose ('000 Tonne) 2010-11 Production : Cut (in lakh Nos)
Punjab 1.0 1.7 1.7 1.7 77.9 NA 82.0 NA 82.0 NA 82.0 NA
State Wise Numbers And Aggregate Capacity Of SHP Projects (Upto 25 MW)
State Potential - Nos. Potential - Total Capacity (MW) Projects Installed - Nos. Projects Installed - Capacity (MW) Projects under Implementation - Nos. Projects under Implementation - Capacity (MW)
Punjab 259 441.38 46 154.5 12 21.15
State and System-wise Number of AYUSH Dispensaries in India
S.No. States/UTs and Others Ayurveda Unani Siddha Yoga Naturopathy Homoeopathy Total
22 Punjab 507 35 NA 1 NA 107 650
State and System-wise Number of AYUSH Hospitals with their Bed Strength in India
Sr. No. States/UTs & Others Ayurveda Hospitals Ayurveda Beds Unani Hospitals Unani Beds Siddha Hospitals Siddha Beds Yoga Hospitals Yoga Beds Naturopathy Hospitals Naturopathy Beds Homeopathy Hospitals Homeopathy Beds Total Hospitals Total Beds
22 Punjab 15 1214 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 270 21 1484
State or System wise Number of Hospitals and Dispensaries under Modern System and Indian System of Medicine and Homeopathy during Tenth Plan
State/UTs Sub centres Reqd. 1991 Sub centres In Position Sub centres Goal for the 10th Plan Primary Health Centres Reqd. 1991 Primary Health Centres In Position Primary Health Centres Goal for the 10th Plan Community Health Centre Reqd. 1991 Community Health Centre In Position Community Health Centre Goal for the 10th Plan Modern System of Medicine Dispensaries@ Modern System of Medicine Beds@ ISM&H Dispensaries@@ Modern System of Medicine Hospitals@ ISM&H Hospitals@@ ISM&H Beds Urban Family Welfare Centres UFWC Urban Family Welfare Centres Health Posts PostPartum Centres District level PostPartum Centres Sub-district Level
PUNJAB 2858 2852 6 476 484 8 119 105 14 1469 14921 629 220 17 956 23 64 19 35
State wise average length of water conveyance channel of surface lift schemes
State Total No of schemes Average length - Pucca channel Average length - Kutcha channel Average length - Underground channel Total
PUNJAB 764 96 259 18 373
State wise construction of deep tubewells over the years
State Upto 1986-87 During 1987-88 During 1988-89 During 1989-90 During 1990-91 During 1991-92 During 1992-93 During 1993-94 Total
PUNJAB 720 198 254 368 287 134 153 163 2277
State wise construction of dugwells over the years
State Upto 1986-87 During 1987-88 During 1988-89 During 1989-90 During 1990-91 During 1991-92 During 1992-93 During 1993-94 Total
PUNJAB 8591 825 733 521 415 260 191 135 11671
State wise construction of shallow tubewells over the years
State Upto 1993-94 During 1994-95 During 1995-96 During 1996-97 During 1997-98 During 1998-99 During 1999-00 During 2000-01 Total (1994-01)
PUNJAB 808475 81304 59988 42281 25510 20032 16559 12968 1067117
State wise construction of surface lift schemes over the years
State Upto 1993-94 During 1994-95 During 1995-96 During 1996-97 During 1997-98 During 1998-99 During 1999-00 During 2000-01 Total (1994-01)
PUNJAB 1149 96 60 57 34 23 12 10 1441
State wise culturable command area and potential created through deep tubewells
State Culturable Command Area Irrigation potential created - Kharif Irrigation potential created - Rabi Irrigation potential created - Perennial Irrigation potential created - Others Total - Irrigation potential created
PUNJAB 69654 64161 65454 2592 527 132734
State wise culturable command area and potential created through dugwells
State Culturable Command Area Irrigation Potential Created - Kharif Irrigation Potential Created - Rabi Irrigation Potential Created - Perennial Irrigation Potential Created - Others Total
PUNJAB 48584 43781 48302 1279 845 94207
State wise culturable command area and potential created through shallow tubewells
State Culturable Command Area Irrigation potential created - Kharif Irrigation potential created - Rabi Irrigation potential created - Perennial Irrigation potential created - Others Total - Irrigation potential created
PUNJAB 3093819 3028250 3028557 67536 16513 6140856
State wise culturable command area and potential created through surface flow scheme
State Culturable Command Area Irrigation Potential Created - Kharif Irrigation Potential Created - Rabi Irrigation Potential Created - Perennial Irrigation Potential Created - Others Total - Irrigation Potential Created
PUNJAB 5558 3687 6417 37 110 10251
State wise culturable command area and potential created through surface lift schemes
State Culturable Command Area Irrigation potential created - Kharif Irrigation potential created - Rabi Irrigation potential created - Perennial Irrigation potential created - Others Total - Irrigation potential created
PUNJAB 5323 5318 5318 3 21 10660
State wise deep tubewells according to water distribution system
State Sprinkler Drip Irrigation Open channel Under ground channel Others Total
PUNJAB 87 76 8358 1458 11 9990
State wise distribution of deep tubewells according to average length of water conveyance channel
State Total number of deep tubewells Average length of channel - Pucca Average length of channel - Kuccha Average length of channel - Underground Total - Average length of channels
PUNJAB 2277 22 303 84 409
State wise distribution of deep tubewells according to average pumping hours
Name of State Avg pumping hours (0-4) Avg pumping hours (4 - 8) Avg pumping hours (8-12) Avg pumping hours (12 -16) Avg pumping hours (16 - 20) Avg pumping hours (20 - 24) Total
PUNJAB 561 7799 1408 92 98 32 9990
State wise distribution of deep tubewells according to horse power of lifting device
State Horse Power (0 - 6) Horse Power (6 - 12) Horse Power (12 - 18) Horse Power ( > 18) Total
PUNJAB 4174 2492 1752 1572 9990
State wise distribution of deep tubewells according to irrigation through supplementary source
State Supplementary irrigation (Ha) - Kharif Supplementary irrigation (Ha) - Rabi Supplementary irrigation (Ha) - Perennial Supplementary irrigation (Ha) - Others Total
PUNJAB 1135 1138 7 0 2280
State wise distribution of deep tubewells according to ownership
State Government Cooperative Societies Panchayat Group of farmers Others Total
PUNJAB 867 65 235 207 8616 9990
State wise distribution of deep tubewells according to social status
STATE Scheduled caste Scheduled tribe Other social status of farmers Total Owned by other than individual farmers Total.1
PUNJAB 8 1 198 207 9783 9990
State wise distribution of deep tubewells according to source of finance
State Government Funds Farmers saving Loan and Saving Subsidy and Bank loan Others Total
PUNJAB 1302 8253 329 52 54 9990
State wise distribution of deep tubewells according to the constraints
State Total No. of Tubewells in use No. of Tubewells with no constraints Constraints in utilisation of irrigation potential created - Inadequate power supply Constraints in utilisation of irrigation potential created - Mechanical break down Constraints in utilisation of irrigation potential created - Less water discharge Constraints in utilisation of irrigation potential created - Other reason Total - Constraints in utilisation Grand Total
PUNJAB 2233 0 1404 41 11 777 2233 2233
State wise distribution of deep tubewells according to the farmers holding size
State Marginal (0-1 ha) Small (1-2 ha) Medium (2-10 ha) Big ( > 10 ha) Total
PUNJAB 9 31 132 35 207
State wise distribution of deep tubewells according to water lifting device
State Submersible pumps Turbine pumps Others Total
PUNJAB 8049 392 1549 9990
State wise distribution of deep tubewells by status
State In use Not in use - Temporarily Not in use - Salinity Not in use - Dried up Not in use - Destroyed Not in use - Others Total - Not in use Grand total ( Use + Not in use)
PUNJAB 9829 110 28 10 13 0 161 9990
State wise distribution of deep tubewells in use according to utilization of potential created
State No constraints in utilisation Constraints in utilisation - Inadequate power supply Constraints in utilisation - Mechanical break down Constraints in utilisation - Less water discharge Constraints in utilisation - Other reason Total - Constraints in utilisation Total in use
PUNJAB 7091 2630 52 10 46 2738 9829
State wise distribution of dugwells according to average pumping hours
State Avg pumping hours (0-4) Avg pumping hours (4 - 8) Avg pumping hours (8-12) Avg pumping hours (12 -16) Avg pumping hours (16 - 20) Avg pumping hours (20 - 24) Total
PUNJAB 290 2194 376 63 7 1 2931
State wise distribution of dugwells according to horse power of lifting device
State Horse Power (0-2) Horse Power (2 - 4) Horse Power (4 - 6) Horse Power (6 -8) Horse Power (8 - 10) Horse Power (Above 10) Unspecified Total
PUNJAB 27 577 613 1505 130 53 26 2931
State wise distribution of dugwells according to ownership
State Government Cooperative Societies Panchayat Group of farmers Individual farmers Others Total
PUNJAB 21 3 15 74 11556 2 11671
State wise distribution of dugwells according to social status
State Scheduled caste Scheduled tribe Other social status of farmers Total
PUNJAB 581 107 10942 11630
State wise distribution of dugwells according to source of finance
State Farmers saving Loan and Saving Subsidy and Bank loan Subsidy Only Others Total
PUNJAB 3072 8268 294 12 4 11650
State wise distribution of dugwells according to the farmers holding size
State Marginal (0-1 ha) Small (1-2 ha) Medium (2-10 ha) Big ( > 10 ha) Total
PUNJAB 531 891 1336 166 2924
State wise distribution of dugwells according to water lifting device
State Electric pumps Diesel pumps Wind mills Solar pumps Man/Animal operated Others Total
PUNJAB 1301 1604 17 0 0 9 2931
State wise distribution of dugwells by status
State Wells in use Not in use - Temporary Not in use - Abandoned (Salinity) Not in use - Dried up Not in use - Destroyed Not in use - Others Total - Not in use Grand total (Use + Not in use)
PUNJAB 11511 125 31 2 0 2 160 11671
State wise distribution of dugwells by type
State Pucca Kuchcha Dug-cum Borewell Others Total
PUNJAB 10164 364 1050 93 11671
State wise distribution of dugwells in use according to utilization of potential created
State No constraints in utilisation Constraints in utilisation - Inadequate power supply Constraints in utilisation - Mechanical break down Constraints in utilisation - Less water discharge Constraints in utilisation - Other reason Total - Constraints in utilisation Total in use
PUNJAB 762 2084 3 36 34 2157 2919
State wise distribution of shallow tubewells according to average length of water conveyance channel
State Total Number of Tubewells Avg length of Pucca Channel Avg length of Kuccha Channel Avg length of Under gr. Channel Avg length of Total
PUNJAB 944209 7 257 5 269
State wise distribution of shallow tubewells according to average pumping hours
State Avg pumping hours (0-4) Avg pumping hours (4 - 8) Avg pumping hours (8-12) Avg pumping hours (12 -16) Avg pumping hours (16 - 20) Avg pumping hours (20 - 24) Total
PUNJAB 56137 902174 103511 3856 1141 298 1067117
State wise distribution of shallow tubewells according to horse power of lifting device
State Horse Power (0-2) Horse Power (2 - 4) Horse Power (4 - 6) Horse Power (6 -8) Horse Power (8 - 10) Horse Power (Above 10) Unspecified Total
PUNJAB 8018 225475 466246 300734 41776 21483 3385 1067117
State wise distribution of shallow tubewells according to irrigation through supplementary source
State Supplementary Irrigation-Kharif Supplementary Irrigation-Rabi Supplementary Irrigation-Perennial Supplementary Irrigation-Others Supplementary Irrigation-Total
PUNJAB 844027 850528 19819 16150 1730524
State wise distribution of shallow tubewells according to ownership
State Government Cooperative Societies Panchayat Group of farmers Individual farmers Others Total
PUNJAB 503 905 2813 9771 1052454 671 1067117
State wise distribution of shallow tubewells according to social status
State Scheduled caste Scheduled tribe Other social status of farmers Total Owned by other than individual farmers Total.1
PUNJAB 25528 10075 1026622 1062225 4892 1067117
State wise distribution of shallow tubewells according to source of finance
State Government fund Farmers saving Loan and Saving Subsidy and Bank loan Subsidy only Others Total
PUNJAB 15300 1025802 20479 1243 1091 3202 1067117
State wise distribution of shallow tubewells according to the constraints
State No. of Tubewell in use No. of Tubewell with no constraints Constraints in utilisation - Inadequate power supply Constraints in utilisation - Mechanical break down Constraints in utilisation - Less water discharge Constraints in utilisation - Other reason Total - Constraints in utilisation Grand Total
PUNJAB 938503 0 607470 20129 4337 306567 938503 938503
State wise distribution of shallow tubewells according to the farmers holding size
State Marginal (0-1 ha) Small (1-2 ha) Medium (2-10 ha) Big ( > 10 ha) Total
PUNJAB 56018 173753 748927 83527 1062225
State wise distribution of shallow tubewells according to water lifting device
State Electric pumps Diesel pumps Wind mills Solar pumps Man/Animal operated Others Total
PUNJAB 777852 285880 344 159 113 2769 1067117
State wise distribution of shallow tubewells by status
State In use Not in use - Temporarily Not in use - Salinity Not in use - Dried up Not in use - Destroyed Not in use - Others Total - Not in use Grand total ( Use + Not in use)
PUNJAB 1063374 2604 691 273 70 105 3743 1067117
State wise distribution of shallow tubewells by type
State Shallow tubewell Filter Point Borewell Others Total
PUNJAB 969367 36878 33782 27090 1067117
State wise distribution of shallow tubewells in use according to utilization of potential created
State No. in use - Public No. in use - Private No. in use - Total Potential created (Ha) - Public Potential created (Ha) - Private Potential created (Ha) - Total Potential utilised (Ha) - Public Potential utilised (Ha) - Private Potential utilised (Ha) - Total
PUNJAB 4151 1059223 1063374 33606 6085477 6119083 31032 5588594 5619626
State wise distribution of surface flow schemes(other storage) in use and their potential created and utilized according to public and private
State No. in use - Public No. in use - Private No. in use - Total Potential created (Ha) - Public Potential created (Ha) - Private Potential created (Ha) - Total Potential utilised (Ha) - Public Potential utilised (Ha) - Private Potential utilised (Ha) - Total
PUNJAB 0 47 47 0 305 305 0 284 284
State wise distribution of surface flow schemes(permanent diversion) in use and their potential created and utilized according to public and private
State No. in use - Public No. in use - Private No. in use - Total Potential created (Ha) - Public Potential created (Ha) - Private Potential created (Ha) - Total Potential utilised (Ha) - Public Potential utilised (Ha) - Private Potential utilised (Ha) - Total
PUNJAB 385 898 1283 1477 2665 4142 1432 2659 4091
State wise distribution of surface flow schemes(tanks) in use and their potential created and utilized according to public and private
State No. in use - Public No. in use - Private No. in use - Total Potential created (Ha) - Public Potential created (Ha) - Private Potential created (Ha) - Total Potential utilised (Ha) - Public Potential utilised (Ha) - Private Potential utilised (Ha) - Total
PUNJAB 1 214 215 7 767 774 7 749 756
State wise distribution of surface flow schemes(temporary diversion) in use and their potential created and utilized according to public and private
State No. in use - Public No. in use - Private No. in use - Total Potential created (Ha) - Public Potential created (Ha) - Private Potential created (Ha) - Total Potential utilised (Ha) - Public Potential utilised (Ha) - Private Potential utilised (Ha) - Total
PUNJAB 21 193 214 74 656 730 74 655 729
State wise distribution of surface flow schemes according to ownership
State Scheduled caste Scheduled tribe Other social status of farmers Total Owned by other than individual farmers
PUNJAB 145 3 1314 1986 524
State wise distribution of surface flow schemes according to social status
State Scheduled caste Scheduled tribe Other social status of farmers Total Owned by other than individual farmers Total.1
PUNJAB 145 3 1314 1462 524 1986
State wise distribution of surface flow schemes according to source of finance
State Government funds Farmers saving Loan & Saving Subsidy & Bank loan Subsidy only Others Total
PUNJAB 131 240 8 0 7 0 386
State wise distribution of surface flow schemes according to the farmers holding size
State Marginal (0-1 ha) Small (1-2 ha) Medium (2-10 ha) Big ( > 10 ha) Total
PUNJAB 597 294 536 35 1462
State wise distribution of surface flow schemes by status
State Schemes in use Schemes not in use - Temporary Schemes not in use - Abandoned (Salinity) Schemes not in use - Dried up Schemes not in use - Destroyed Schemess not in use - Others Total - Schemes not in use Grand Total (Not in Use + In Use)
PUNJAB 390 1 0 3 0 0 4 394
State wise distribution of surface flow schemes by type
State Flow schemes - Storage Flow schemes - Permanent Diversion Flow schemes - Temporary Diversion Flow schemes - Water Circulation Total
PUNJAB 213 150 26 5 394
State wise distribution of surface flow schemes in use according to utilization of potential created
State No. of constraints in utilisation Constraints in utilisation - Non-filling up of storage Constraints in utilisation - Siltation of storage Constraints in utilisation - Breakdown of channel Constraints in utilisation - Other reason Total - Constraints in utilisation Total in use
PUNJAB 133 1722 1 3 112 1838 1971
State wise distribution of surface flow schemes in use and their potential created and utilized according to public and private
State No. in use - Public No. in use - Private No. in use - Total Potential created (Ha) - Public Potential created (Ha) - Private Potential created (Ha) - Total Potential utilised (Ha) - Public Potential utilised (Ha) - Private Potential utilised (Ha) - Total
PUNJAB 100 112 212 450 856 1306 264 856 1120
State wise distribution of surface lift schemes(on stream) in use and their potential created and utilized according to public and private
State No. in use - Public No. in use - Private No. in use - Total Potential created (Ha) - Public Potential created (Ha) - Private Potential created (Ha) - Total Potential utilised (Ha) - Public Potential utilised (Ha) - Private Potential utilised (Ha) - Total
PUNJAB 16 250 266 24 1888 1912 24 1877 1901
State wise distribution of surface lift schemes according to average pumping hours
State Avg pumping hours (0-4) Avg pumping hours (4 - 8) Avg pumping hours (8-12) Avg pumping hours (12 -16) Avg pumping hours (16 - 20) Avg pumping hours (20 - 24) Total
PUNJAB 178 617 469 144 11 22 1441
State wise distribution of surface lift schemes according to horsepower
State Horse Power (0-2) Horse Power (2 - 4) Horse Power (4 - 6) Horse Power (6 -8) Horse Power (8 - 10) Horse Power (Above 10) Unspecified Total
PUNJAB 2 33 421 782 100 72 31 1441
State wise distribution of surface lift schemes according to ownership
State Government Cooperative Societies Panchayat Group of farmers Individual farmers Others Total
PUNJAB 28 1 0 21 1389 2 1441
State wise distribution of surface lift schemes according to social status
State Scheduled caste Scheduled tribe Other social status of farmers Total Owned by other than individual farmers
PUNJAB 80 1 1329 1441 31
State wise distribution of surface lift schemes according to source of finance
State Farmers saving Loan and Savings Subsidy and Bank loan Others Total
PUNJAB 664 746 25 6 1441
State wise distribution of surface lift schemes according to the farmers holding size
State Marginal (0-1 ha) Small (1-2 ha) Medium (2-10 ha) Big ( > 10 ha) Total
PUNJAB 108 237 973 92 1410
State wise distribution of surface lift schemes according to water lifting device
State Electric pumps Diesel pumps Wind mills Solar pumps Others Total
PUNJAB 465 295 0 1 3 764
State wise distribution of surface lift schemes by status
State Schemes in use Schemes not in use - Temporary Schemes not in use - Abandoned (Salinity) Schemes not in use - Dried up Schemes not in use - Sinking Schemes not in use - Others Schemes not in use - Total Grand total
PUNJAB 764 0 0 0 0 0 0 764
State wise distribution of surface lift schemes by type
State Lift Scheme - On River Lift Scheme - On Stream Lift Scheme - On Drain Lift Scheme - On Tank/Pond Total
PUNJAB 540 100 124 0 764
State wise distribution of surface lift schemes in use according to utilization of potential created
State No. of constraints in utilisation Constraints in utilisation - Inadequate power supply Constraints in utilisation - Mechanical breakdown Constraints in utilisation - Less water discharge Constraints in utilisation - Storage siltation Constraints in utilisation - Channel break down Constraints in utilisation - Other reasons Total Total in use
PUNJAB 738 507 9 4 37 33 48 638 1376
State wise dugwells according to the constraints
State No. of dugwells in use No constraints in utilisation Constraints in utilisation - Inadequate power supply Constraints in utilisation - Mechanical break down Constraints in utilisation - Less water discharge Constraints in utilisation - Other reason Total constraints in utilisation of irrigation potential created Grand Total
PUNJAB 11511 0 7723 76 238 3474 11511 11511
State wise dugwells according to water distribution system
State Sprinkler Drip Irrigation Open channel Under ground channel Others Total
PUNJAB 158 204 11271 23 15 11671
State wise dugwells average length of water conveyance channel
State Total Number of Dugwells Average length of channel - Pucca Average length of channel - Kuccha Average length of channel - Underground Total
PUNJAB 11671 8 249 7 264
State wise irrigation through supplementary sources
State Supplementary irrigation - Kharif Supplementary irrigation - Rabi Supplementary irrigation - Perennial Supplementary irrigation - Others Total
PUNJAB 1481 1504 12 74 3071
State wise irrigation through supplementary sources under surface flow schemes
State Supplementary irrigation (Ha) - Kharif Supplementary irrigation (Ha) - Rabi Supplementary irrigation (Ha) - Perennial Supplementary irrigation (Ha) - Others Total
PUNJAB 19 19 0 1 39
State wise irrigation through supplementary sources with dugwells
State Supplementary irrigation (Ha) - Kharif Supplementary irrigation (Ha) - Rabi Supplementary irrigation (Ha) - Perennial Supplementary irrigation (Ha) - Others Total
PUNJAB 7337 7265 202 93 14897
State wise potential utilized through deep tubewells
State Actual area irrigated (Ha) - Kharif Actual area irrigated (Ha) - Rabi Actual area irrigated (Ha) - Perennial Actual area irrigated (Ha) - Others Total
PUNJAB 16749 18389 978 381 36497
State wise potential utilized through dugwells
State Actual area irrigated (Ha) - Kharif Actual area irrigated (Ha) - Rabi Actual area irrigated (Ha) - Perennial Actual area irrigated (Ha) - Others Total
PUNJAB 36173 41369 1666 579 79787
State wise potential utilized through shallow tubewells
State Kharif Rabi Perennial Others Total
PUNJAB 3055714 3094365 119717 65492 6335288
State wise potential utilized through surface lift schemes
State Actual area irrigated - Kharif Actual area irrigated - Rabi Actual area irrigated - Perennial Actual area irrigated - Others Total
PUNJAB 4134 4513 17 109 8773
State wise potential utilized under surface flow schemes
State Actual area irrigated (Ha) - Kharif Actual area irrigated (Ha) - Rabi Actual area irrigated (Ha) - Perennial Actual area irrigated (Ha) - Others Total
PUNJAB 1638 2483 34 51 4206
State wise shallow tubewells according to water distribution system
State Sprinkler Drip Irrigation Open channel Under ground channel Others Total
PUNJAB 2543 4376 1047984 11733 481 1067117
State wise surface flow schemes- potential created and utilized through tanks
State No of tanks Irrigation potential created - Kharif Irrigation potential created - Rabi Irrigation potential created - Perennial Irrigation potential created - Others Total Irrigation potential utilised - Kharif Irrigation potential utilised - Rabi Irrigation potential utilised - Perennial Irrigation potential utilised - Others
PUNJAB 228 399 399 10 0 756 368 378 10 0
State wise surface flow schemes according to the constraints
State Total No. of Schemes in use No. of Schemes with no constraints Constraints in utilisation of irrigation potential created - Non-filling of storage Constraints in utilisation of irrigation potential created - Siltation of storage Constraints in utilisation of irrigation potential created - Break down of channel Constraints in utilisation of irrigation potential created - Other reason Total - Constraints in utilisation Grand Total
PUNJAB 390 0 294 18 3 75 390 390
State wise surface flow schemes according to water distribution system
State Sprinkler Drip Irrigation Open channel Under ground channel Others Total
PUNJAB 16 11 1710 239 10 1986
State wise surface flow schemes average length of water conveyance channel
State Total number of schemes Pucca Kutcha Under Total
PUNJAB 394 25 254 14 293
State wise surface lift schemes according to the constraints
State Total No. of Schemes in Use No. of schemes with no constraints Constraints in utilisation of irrigation potential - Power inadequate Constraints in utilisation of irrigation potential - Mechanical break down Constraints in utilisation of irrigation potential - Less water discharge Constraints in utilisation of irrigation potential - Storage siltation Constraints in utilisation of irrigation potential - Channel break down Constraints in utilisation of irrigation potential - Other reason Total - Constraints in utilisation Grand Total
PUNJAB 764 0 548 0 0 209 0 7 764 764
State wise surface lift schemes according to water distribution system
State Sprinkler Drip Irrigation Open channel Under ground channel Others Total
PUNJAB 15 30 1033 347 16 1441
Statistics on Mental Hospitals
Year State/U.T. Number of mental hospitals Number of beds available Number of patients admitted during the year Number of patients discharged during the year Number of patients died during the year
2006(P) Punjab 1 450 NULL NULL NULL
Status of Political Parties In Election To The Lok Sabha - House of People
States/UTs National Parties - Indian National Congress (INC) National Parties - Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) National Parties - Communist Party of India (CPI) National Parties - Communist Party of India (Marxist) National Parties - Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) National Parties - Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) National Parties - Rashtriya Janta Dal (RJD) National Parties - Total (National Parties) State Parties Registered (Unorgnised) Parties Indepedents Total Constituencies
Punjab 8 NA NA NA NA 1 NA 9 4 NA NA 13
Table-42.3-State-wise
State/UT Number of District Number of DRDAs Number of Blocks Number of Villages*
Punjab 21 20 142 12581
Telephones Per 100 Population - State-Wise
Circles/States 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Punjab 5.67 6.950350188251488 9.146154406455203 11.76280543520438 17.32871134526382 21.94 27.61395490048496 37.05393555091671 47.88733114144807 58.25 75.44 104.09
Total Expenditure And Disbursements
Sector Cat Identity FY 00 FY 01 FY 02 FY 03 FY 04 FY 05 FY 06 FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10 FY 11
REGS B Punjab 5582.23 6530.81 7567.23 9072.34 9350.90 9850.03 10516.25 10338.64 12891.90 14032.14 15525.29 18597.74
Total Number of Specialists, General Duty Medical Officers - Allopathic and Radiographers At Community Health Centres
S. No. State/UT [R] Required1 [S] Sanctioned [P] In Position [S-P] Vacant [R-P] Shortfall
21 Punjab 516 460 300 160 216
Total Receipts
Sector Cat Identity FY 00 FY 01 FY 02 FY 03 FY 04 FY 05 FY 06 FY 07 FY 08 FY 09 FY 10 FY 11
TR B Punjab 4189.29 5614.54 5430.72 6360.02 6900.33 7846.98 10216.83 10582.91 11874.16 13234.20 14183.58 19879.05
Total budget and expenditure of State Agricultural Universities
States Agricultural University Year State Allocation State Expenditure ICAR Allocation ICAR Expenditure Other Sources Allocation Other Sources Expenditure Total Allocation Total Expenditure
Maharashtra Dr. Punjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth Akola 2007-08 850.05 858.94 134.41 148.02 62.79 14.08 1047.25 1021.04
Total earnings Of Factoring Workers In India
State/ Union Territory 2001 2002 2003 2004** 2005** 2006+ 2007+ 2008++ 2009++ 2010
Punjab NA NA NA NA NA 5222610 44933254 4794677 2598215 NA
Utilisation of Foodgrains - Based on Sample Survey
States District % of Utilization to Allotment-Wheat % of Utilization to Allotment-Rice % of Utilization to Allotment-Total
Punjab Firozpur 59.53 63 60.5
Utilisation of Funds - Based on Sample Survey
States Districts Requirement Allotment % of Allotment to Requirement Utilisation % of Utilization to Allotment
Punjab Firozpur 1321 466 35.28 282 60.52
Women Participation In Election To The Lok Sabha - House of People
States/UTs Number of constituencies - Total constituencies Number of constituencies - Elected Women Number of electors - Total Number of electors - Women Electors Number of votes polled - Total Number of votes polled - Women Percentage of Elected women over total seats Percentage of Women electors over total electors Percentage of Women's votes over total votes polled Percentage of Women voters over women electors
Punjab 13 4 16958380 8129384 11832306 5645170 30.8 47.9 47.7 69.4
Year-wise capacity addition in 11th plan
Category States/UTs Total/Sector 2007-08 - Hydel 2007-08 - Thermal 2007-08 - Total 2008-09 - Hydel 2008-09 - Thermal 2008-09 - Total 2009-10 - Hydel 2009-10 - Thermal 2009-10 - Total 2010-11 - Hydel 2010-11 - Thermal 2010-11 - Total 2011-12 - Hydel 2011-12 - Thermal 2011-12 - Total Total (2007-12) - Hydel Total (2007-12) - Thermal Total (2007-12) - Total
I.States Punjab Total 0.00 250.00 250.00 0.0 250.0 250.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 500.0 500.0
supplementary sources
State District Supplementary irrigation (Ha) - Kharif Supplementary irrigation (Ha) - Rabi Supplementary irrigation (Ha) - Perennial Supplementary irrigation (Ha) - Others Total
PUNJAB AMRITSAR 0 0 0 0 0

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