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At Rs 20,070/Month, Delhi Beats All States In Per Capita Income [Delhi Statistical Handbook]

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Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia released Delhi Statistical Handbook – 2015, created by Directorate of Economics and Statistics and as per the current statistics, Delhi citizen earns highest among all states in India.

With a per capita income of Rs 2,40,849 or Rs 669 per day, Delhi is right now #1 state in generating income for its citizens.

Compared to 2013-14, per capita income in Delhi has increased by Rs 28,630, thereby witnessing an increase of 13.5%.

Comparably, Goa had a per capita income of Rs 2.24 lakh/yr in 2013-14, which made them the richest state in the country. Considering that stats for 2014-15 is not available, Delhi can claim to be the #1 state as of now.

Puducherry, which is a UT, had per capita income of Rs 1.75 lakh/yr, which is the closest Delhi has compete to. Among other states, Tamil Nadu with per capita income of Rs 1.28 lakh is #2, and Uttrakhand with Rs 1.15 lakh is #3. With Rs 96,199, Arunachal Pradesh is fast catching up, whereas Andhra Pradesh has Rs 90,517 per capita income.

State/UT-wise Per Capita Income at current prices and corresponding percentage change

S.No. State/UT Per Capita Income (INR) Percentage change in Per Capita Income over previous year
2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15
1 Andhra Pradesh # 72301 81397 90517 11.62 12.58 11.2
2 Arunachal Pradesh 76370 85468 96199 7.01 11.91 12.56
3 Assam 38945 44263 49480 7.23 13.66 11.79
4 Bihar 26948 31199 36143 19.33 15.78 15.84
5 Chhattisgarh 53815 58547 64442 11.27 8.79 10.07
6 Goa 200514 224138 NA -5.23 11.78 NA
7 Gujarat 93046 106831 NA 8.22 14.82 NA
8 Haryana 119833 133427 NA 12.71 11.34 NA
9 Himachal Pradesh 83899 92300 NA 11.59 10.01 NA
10 Jammu & Kashmir 52250 58593 NA 11.8 12.14 NA
11 Jharkhand 40238 46131 NA 10.08 14.65 NA
12 Karnataka 76578 84709 NA 12.53 10.62 NA
13 Kerala 91567 103820 NA 10.65 13.38 NA
14 Madhya Pradesh 43426 51798 59770 16.8 19.28 15.39
15 Maharashtra 103991 114392 NA 10.93 10 NA
16 Manipur 37656 41573 NA 11.76 10.4 NA
17 Meghalaya 54156 61548 69516 7.63 13.65 12.95
18 Mizoram 63413 76120 NA 18.25 20.04 NA
19 Nagaland 70274 77529 85544 10.18 10.32 10.34
20 Odisha 49227 52559 59229 13.26 6.77 12.69
21 Punjab 84526 92638 NA 9.92 9.6 NA
22 Rajasthan 60844 65974 NA 11.36 8.43 NA
23 Sikkim 151395 176491 NA 16.34 16.58 NA
24 Tamil Nadu 98628 112664 128366 10.76 14.23 13.94
25 Telangana 85169 95361 NA 13.37 11.97 NA
26 Tripura 57402 69705 NA 12.86 21.43 NA
27 Uttar Pradesh 33482 36250 40373 11.53 8.27 11.37
28 Uttarakhand 92566 103716 115632 8.43 12.05 11.49
29 West Bengal 60318 70059 78903 12.99 16.15 12.62
30 Andaman & Nicobar Islands 97687 107418 NA 8.97 9.96 NA
31 Chandigarh 141926 156951 NA 3.68 10.59 NA
32 Delhi 192587 219979 NA 15.4 14.22 NA
33 Puducherry 114256 143677 175006 10.77 25.75 21.81

Phone Usage in Delhi

As per the recent data, Delhi has 4.54 crore active mobile phone users as of 2014-15, which has gone up from 4.26 crore last year, thereby adding 28 lakh or 7671 new phones per day in last one year.

Interestingly, the number of landline phones in Delhi has also increased to 31.23 lakh in 2014-15, compared to 31.04 lakh in 2013.

Other Highlights Related With Delhi:

  • Consumers of electricity have increased from 48.97 lakh in 2013-14 to 50.44 lakh in 2014-15
  • Consumption of electricity has now increased from 23,781 million units in 2013-14 to 24,477 million units in 2014-15
  • Per capita consumption of water in Delhi is 48 gallons per day
  • Consumption of Indian-made foreign liquor has increased from 1.18 crore cases to 1.21 crore cases in 12 months
  • Consumption of beer fell from 1.10 crore cases to 1.06 crore cases this year
  • Consumption of country liquor also decreased: 28.93 lakh cases to 25.38 lakh cases in 2015
  • Despite severe pollution, deaths from respiratory diseases have fallen from 5986 in 2013 to 5516 in 2014
  • There has been a considerable decline in total number of male and female teachers in polytechnic colleges in Delhi. Male teachers have reduced from 580 to 552, and female from 339 to 280.
  • Teachers in primary schools have also reduced considerably
  • Enrollment of students in SC/ST quota have also reduced in last one year

You can access the complete Delhi Statistical Handbook – 2015 here.

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