Rajasthan Economic Survey 2020-21: Summary Notes, Download Here PDF

By Mayank Yadav|Updated : October 22nd, 2021

Economic Survey is the most important government source to find out all expenditures done by the government and revenues of the government. Rajasthan Economic Survey 2021-22 has been released. It is the source of important information that indicates key aspects of the economic movement in a year. In this article we will discuss the key important aspects of Rajasthan Economic Survey 2021, this will be helpful in the RAS 2021 examination along with SI, and Patwari exams as well. Direct questions are asked from this topic please read carefully.

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Rajasthan Economic Survey 2020-21 Summary

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Rajasthan Economic Survey- Key Indicators

Go through all the tabular data mentioned below to get a better understanding of the Rajasthan Economic Survey

Key Indicators of the State vis-a-vis India

Indicators

Year

Unit

Rajasthan

India

Geographical Area

2011

Lakh Sq. Km.

3.42

32.87

Population

2011

Crore

6.85

121.09

Decadal Growth Rate

2001-2011

Percentage

21.3

17.7

Population Density

2011

Population Per Sq. Km

200

382

Urban Population to total Population

2011

Percentage

24.9

31.1

Scheduled Caste Population

2011

Percentage

17.8

16.6

Scheduled Tribe Population

2011

Percentage

13.5

8.6

Sex Ratio

2011

Female Per 1,000 Male

928

943

Child Sex Ratio (0-6 Year)

2011

Female Children Per 1,000 Male Children

888

919

Literacy Rate

2011

Percentage

66.1

73.0

Literacy Rate (Male)

2011

Percentage

79.2

80.9

Literacy Rate (Female)

2011

Percentage

52.1

64.6

Work Participation Rate

2011

Percentage

43.6

39.8

Birth Rate

2018*

Per 1,000 Population

24.0

20.0

Death Rate

2018*

Per 1,000 Population

5.9

6.2

Infant Mortality Rate

2018*

Per 1,000 Live Birth

37

32

Maternal Mortality Ratio

2016-18*

Per Lakh Live Birth

164

113

Life Expectancy at Birth

2014-18*

Year

68.7

69.4

Key Indicators of Economic Development

S. No.

Particular

Unit

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

1.

Gross State Domestic Product at

a. Constant (2011-12) Prices

b. Current Prices

Rs. Crore

596746

760587

624831

828661

655713

921789

688714

998999

643222

957912

2.

Growth Rate as per GSDP at

a. Constant (2011-12) Prices

b. Current Prices

Percent

5.93

11.61

4.71

8.95

4.94

11.24

5.03

8.38

- 6.61

- 4.11

 

Sectoral Contribution in GSVA at Constant (2011-12) Prices of

      

3.

 (a ) Agriculture

Percent

26.42

25.33

25.61

26.73

29.45

 

(b) Industry

 

33.17

32.70

29.49

28.57

28.15

 

(c) Services

 

40.41

41.97

44.90

44.70

42.40

 

Sectoral Contribution in GSVA at Current Prices of

      

4.

(a) Agriculture

Percent

28.02

26.26

25.69

26.80

29.77

 

(b) Industry

 

29.46

29.37

27.27

26.03

24.80

 

(c) Services

 

42.52

44.37

47.04

47.17

45.43

5.

Net State Domestic Product at

a. Constant (2011-12) Prices

b. Current Prices

Rs. Crore

529650

682626

554429

744622

580594

829068

610292

899143

570143

862633

6.

Per Capita Income at

a. Constant (2011-12) Prices

b. Current Prices

Rs.

71324

91924

73109

98188

75555

107890

78390

115492

72297

109386

7.

Gross Fixed Capital Formation at Current Prices@

Rs. Crore

211986

236610

264622

271696

-

8.

Index for Agriculture Production*

(Base Year 2005-06 to 2007-08=100)

 

175.12

170.17

183.08

201.69

-

9.

Total Food-grain Production*

Lakh MT

231.40

221.05

231.60

265.81+

271.33@

10.

Index for Industrial Production (Base Year 2011-12 =100)

 

122.11

133.08

140.37

126.90@

115.67@@

11.

Wholesale Price Index (Base Year1999-2000 =100)

Percentage change

 

287.24

5.00

292.34

1.78

301.74

3.22

316.00

4.73

334.19~

5.76

12.

Installed Capacity (Power)

MW

18677

19553

21078

21176

21836$

13.

Commercial Bank Credit (September)

Rs. Crore

196698

219643

267523

315149

343406

Check the summary of the Rajasthan Economic review below for the macroeconomic section

  • The size of the State Economy is expected to reach 9.58 lakh crore in 2020-21.
  • The GSDP for the year 2020-21 is approximately 4.92 per cent of the country's GDP at current prices.
  • The State Economy is expected to decline by 6.61 per cent due to the COVID-19 effect.
  • The sectoral contribution is expected to be 29.77 per cent, 24.80 per cent and 45.43 per cent for Agriculture, Industry and Service sector respectively for 2020-21 at current prices.
  • Per Capita Income in 2020-21 is expected to reach `1,09,386.
  • Gross Fixed Capital Formation in 2019-20 is 27.20 per cent of the GDP at current prices.
  • The Wholesale Price Index for all commodities moved from 310.56 in the year 2019 to 330.86 in the year 2020 registering an increase of 6.54 per cent.
  • The General Consumer Price Index for Rajasthan stood at 153.06 in the year 2020, which was 144.91 in the year 2019 showing an increase of 5.62 per cent point.

Due to the lockdown period, the overall economy of the state is expected to shrink by 6.21 per cent as compared to 7.73 per cent of the All India level.

Rajasthan Economic Survey- GSDP Data

Gross State Domestic Product of Rajasthan

Year

At Constant (2011-12) Prices

At Current Prices

GSDP

Variation over Previous Year (Per cent)

GSDP

Variation over Previous Year (Per cent)

2015-16

563340

8.02

681482

10.69

2016-17

596746

5.93

760587

11.61

2017-18

624831

4.71

828661

8.95

2018-19

655713

4.94

921789

11.24

2019-20

688714

5.03

998999

8.38

2020-21 (AE)

643222

-6.61

957912

-4.11

GSDP of Rajasthan to GDP of All India Ratios at Current Prices

Year

Rajasthan

All India

Share of Rajasthan in All India (Per cent)

GSDP

Growth over Previous Year (Per cent)

GDP

Growth over Previous Year (Per cent)

2015-16

681482

10.69

13771874

10.46

4.95

2016-17

760587

11.61

15391669

11.76

4.94

2017-18

828661

8.95

17098304

11.09

4.85

2018-19

921789

11.24

18971237

10.95

4.86

2019-20

998999

8.38

20339849

7.21

4.91

2020-21(AE)

957912

-4.11

19481975

-4.22

4.92

GSDP of Rajasthan to GDP of All India Ratio at Constant (2011-12) Prices

Year

Rajasthan

All India

Share of Rajasthan in All India (Per cent)

GSDP

Growth over Previous Year (Per cent)

GDP

Growth over Previous Year (Per cent)

2015-16

563340

8.02

11369493

8.00

4.95

2016-17

596746

5.93

12308193

8.26

4.85

2017-18

624831

4.71

13175160

7.04

4.74

2018-19

655713

4.94

13981426

6.12

4.69

2019-20

688714

5.03

14565951

4.18

4.73

2020-21(AE)

643222

-6.61

13439662

-7.73

4.79

Rajasthan Economic Survey- Per Capita Income

Check the Per Capita Income of Rajasthan and All India at Constant (2011-12) Basic Prices

Year

Rajasthan

All India

Per Capita Income

Variation over Previous Year (Per cent)

Per Capita Income

Variation over Previous Year (Per cent)

2015-16

68565

6.31

77659

6.67

2016-17

71324

4.02

83003

6.88

2017-18

73109

2.50

87828

5.81

2018-19

75555

3.35

92085

4.85

2019-20

78390

3.75

94954

3.12

2020-21 (AE)

72297

-7.77

86456

-8.95

Rajasthan Economic Survey- Agriculture & Allied Sectors

Land Utilisation

The total reporting area of the State is 342.87 lakh hectares during the year 2018-19. Out of this-

  • 05 per cent is under forests (27.60 lakh hectares)
  • 81 per cent area is under non–agriculture use (19.93 lakh hectare),
  • 95 per cent under barren and uncultivable land (23.83 lakh hectare),
  • 86 per cent under permanent pastures & other grazing lands (16.68 lakh hectare),
  • 08 per cent land under miscellaneous tree crops and groves (0.26 lakh hectare),
  • 04 per cent under culturable wasteland (37.84 lakh hectare),
  • 14 per cent under fallow land other than current fallow (21.06 lakh hectare),
  • 22 per cent under current fallow (17.89 lakh hectare)
  • 85 per cent area is under net area sown (177.78 lakh hectare)

Monsoon:

Agriculture in Rajasthan is primarily rain-fed i.e. dependent on the monsoon which is very erratic in nature; also period of monsoon generally remains short. The rainfall pattern indicates that during the current monsoon season, the onset of monsoon was delayed by 9 days. The normal date of arrival of monsoon in the state was 15 June, but it arrived on 24 June. It covered the whole state till the first week of July 2020. The actual rainfall in the period from 1st June to 30th September 2020 in the state was 520.79 mm, as compared to normal rainfall of 520.98 mm, which is 0.04 per cent less than the normal rainfall.

Water Resources:

The Water Resources Department of Rajasthan has made a significant contribution to the state economy by utilizing, managing states' meagre water resources in the form of major, medium, and minor irrigation projects. During the year 2020-21-

  • 7 major projects [Narmada Canal Project, Parwan, Dholpur lift, RWSRPD (Rajasthan Water Sector Restructuring Project in Desert area) for desert area, Navnera Barrage (ERCP), and Upper high-level canal, Piplakhunt]
  • 6 Medium projects (Garadada, Takli, Gagrin, Lhasi, Rajgarh and Hatiyadeh)
  • 46 minor irrigation schemes
  • Narmada Canal Project: First major irrigation project in India in which sprinkler irrigation system has been made mandatory in entire command area Jalore and Barmer districts.

Animal Husbandry

The livestock Census-2019 has placed the total livestock population of the State at 568.01 lakh and poultry birds at 146.23 lakh. The State has about 10.58 per cent of the livestock of the country.

  • It accounts for about 7.20 per cent of cattle,
  • 47 per cent of buffaloes,
  • 99 per cent of goats,
  • 64 per cent of sheep and
  • 43 per cent of camels of the country.
  • The State contributed 72 per cent of milk and
  • 46 per cent of wool to the nation's production in the year 2017-18.

Rajasthan Economic Survey- Rural Development and Panchayati Raj

To provide relief to migrant workers due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Garib Kalyan Rojgar Abhiyan (GKRA) is implemented in 22 districts in which 48.83 lakh man-days are generated.

Rajasthan Grameen Aajeevika Vikas Parishad (RGAVP) – RAJEEVIKA: Rajasthan Grameen Aajeevika Vikas Parishad (RGAVP) also known as RAJEEVIKA is an autonomous society established in October 2010 by the Government of Rajasthan under the administrative control of the Department of Rural Development.

Members of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLAD): This scheme has been kept non-operational for the years 2020-21 and 2021-22 due to the pandemic.

Mahatma Gandhi Janbhagidari Vikas Yojana (MGJVY): In February, 2020, Guru Golwalkar Janbhagidari Vikas Yojana (GGJVY) has been renamed as Mahatma Gandhi Janbhagidari Vikas Yojana (MGJVY). The scheme is funded by the State and is being implemented in the rural areas only. Under this scheme, 90 per cent of funds for the construction of Shamashan/Kabristaan boundary walls and 70 per cent for construction of other community assets (80 per cent in case of TSP areas) is provided by the state government.

Mahatma Gandhi Adarsh Gram Yojana: On the occasion of the 150 birth anniversary (the year 2019) of Father of the Nation “Mahatma Gandhi Adarsh Gram Yojana” was launched on 27 November 2019. Under this scheme, one village in each district is to be selected and developed according to Gandhian values. Along with this, "Mera Gaon Mera Gaurav" Day is also organised in the said village every year on 14 November. Under this scheme, “Gandhi Gyan Kendra pustkalaya evm vachnalaya” has been inaugurated in 22 districts of the state.

Rajasthan Economic Survey- Panchayati Raj

At present 33 Zila Parishads, 352 Panchayat Samities and 11,341 Gram Panchayats are in existence in the state.

Panchayat Award: In accordance with the 73rd amendment of the Indian constitution, the Government of India had launched this scheme in 2010-11. The awards are given on National Panchayat Day celebrated on 24 April every year for the following categories:-

  • Under Deendayal Upadhyay Panchayat Shashaktikaran Puraskar (DDUPSP): under this scheme awards are being provided every year to one best performing Zila Parishad, two Panchayat Samitis and five Gram Panchayats of the State.
  • B. Nanaji Deshmukh Rashtriya Gaurav Gram Sabha Puraskar (NDRGGSP): Under this award scheme one Gram Panchayat is selected and awarded for excellence in the organization of the Gram Sabha. The Gram Panchayat Jakhora of Panchayat Samiti Ladpura, Zila Parishad Kota was selected for the year 2020.
  • Gram Panchayat Vikas Yojana Award (GPDPA)- This Award was institutionalized in 2019, under this award scheme only one Gram Panchayat is selected for excellence. The Gram Panchayat Nandri of Panchayat Samiti Mandor, District Jodhpur was selected for the year 2020.

Rajasthan Economic Survey- Industrial Development

The sectoral contribution of the Industries sector in the total Gross State Value Added (GSVA) of the state stands at 24.80 per cent at current prices in 2020-21. The contribution of the manufacturing and mining sector to GSVA at current prices are 9.31 per cent and 4.15 per cent respectively in 2020-21.

  • Rajasthan is the 2 largest producers contributing around 22-23 per cent of total crude oil production in the country.
  • Rajasthan is the sole producer of Lead & Zinc ores, Selenite and Wollastonite. The almost entire production of Silver, Calcite and Gypsum in the country comes from Rajasthan.
  • To strengthen the existing Single Window Clearance System and facilitate investment proposals under one roof, a “One Stop Shop” facility is being established.

Rajasthan Industrial Development Policy-2019: This policy came into force from 1st July 2019 with a view to promoting industrial development.

Single Window Clearance System (SWCS): Objective to provide time-bound grants of various licenses, permissions, and approvals. By December 2020, 105 services of 15 departments are being provided under SWCS. During the financial year 2020-21 (up to December 2020)

One-Stop-Shop: The Rajasthan Enterprises Single Window Enabling and Clearance (Amendment) Act, 2020 was notified in the Rajasthan Gazette on 16 September 2020. Under the One-Stop-Shop facility, the applicant can apply through the online portal “https//: rajnivesh.rajasthan.gov.in”.

Rajasthan Economic Survey- Labour

State Government vide its notification dated 19th August 2020, 2020 has revised the rates of minimum wages for unskilled, semi-skilled, skilled and highly skilled workers to ₹225, 237, ₹249 and ₹299 per day respectively with effect from 1 May 2019.

Scheme for promoting construction workers and their dependants after successfully passing the preliminary competitive exam for Indian/Rajasthan Administrative Services: Under this scheme ₹1.00 lakh would be given upon clearing preliminary exam of Indian Administrative Service and ₹50,000/- upon clearing of Rajasthan Administrative Service preliminary exam.

Scheme for reimbursement of tuition fees of son/daughter of construction workers on getting admission in IIT/IIM: Under this scheme tuition fees of son/daughter of construction workers would be reimbursed by the Board on getting admission to Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) and Indian Institute of Management (IIM).

Rajasthan Economic Survey- Employment Department

Rajasthan Unemployment Allowance Scheme (Mukhay Mantri Yuva Sambal Yojana): Under this scheme of state government that was started on 1 February 2019 an unemployment allowance worth ₹3,000 for males and ₹3,500 for females, transgender and specially-abled persons is being disbursed to eligible unemployed youth per month for a maximum of two years or till they got employed/self-employed, whichever is earlier.

Raj-Kaushal Portal: This was inaugurated on 5 June 2020 by the Honourable Chief Minister to provide employment opportunities to the migrant labours during COVID-19 and to bring the available manpower and employment at a single platform.

Rajasthan Economic Survey- Infrastructure Development

Power: The installed capacity of Power in the State till December 2020 is 21,836 megawatt in which 660 MW added during the year 2020-21

  • Rajasthan Government has issued an investor-friendly Rajasthan Solar Energy Policy-2019. Rajasthan Government has issued the Rajasthan Wind & Hybrid Energy Policy-2019.
  • During the COViD-19 pandemic, more than 5 lakh passengers have been transported and sent to their destinations.

Rural Electrification- To achieve 100 per cent rural electrification in the State, the state government has electrified 43,199 villages up to December 2020. In addition, 1.14 lakh dhanis and 93.88 lakh rural households have also been electrified.

Rajasthan's Commitment To:

The government of Rajasthan is fully committed to the holistic development of the state. In its endeavour to “Leaving No One Behind”, the Government of Rajasthan has taken significant initiatives aimed at realizing the SDG Agenda 2030. These include meticulous implementation and mapping of schemes.

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