NATISHA MALLICK

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Population of Indians below National Poverty LineBihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Meghalaya are the poorest states in India.51.91% of the population in Bihar is classified as poor, followed by Jharkhand with 42.16%, Uttar Pradesh with 37.79%, Madhya Pradesh with 36.65% and both Meghalaya & Assam with 32.67%.Kerala has the lowest rate of poverty in India with only 0.71% of population classified as poor.Followed by states like Goa with 3.76%, Sikkim with 3.82%, Tamil Nadu with 4.89% and Punjab woth 5.59%

Population of Indians below National Poverty Line
Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Meghalaya are the poorest states in India.
51.91% of the population in Bihar is classified as poor, followed by Jharkhand with 42.16%, Uttar Pradesh with 37.79%, Madhya Pradesh with 36.65% and both Meghalaya & Assam with 32.67%.

Kerala has the lowest rate of poverty in India with only 0.71% of population classified as poor.
Followed by states like Goa with 3.76%, Sikkim with 3.82%, Tamil Nadu with 4.89% and Punjab woth 5.59%

India’s GDP growth rate during the Modi 2.0 has seen an annual change of -12% in 2020 the largest decline with GDP at -7.96%.During the UPA rule, the lowest the GDP growth rate went was at 3.09% in 2008 when global markets crashed.

India’s GDP growth rate during the Modi 2.0 has seen an annual change of -12% in 2020 the largest decline with GDP at -7.96%.

During the UPA rule, the lowest the GDP growth rate went was at 3.09% in 2008 when global markets crashed.

Population of Indians below National Poverty LineBihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Meghalaya are the poorest states in India.51.91% of the population in Bihar is classified as poor, followed by Jharkhand with 42.16%, Uttar Pradesh with 37.79%, Madhya Pradesh with 36.65% and both Meghalaya & Assam with 32.67%.Kerala has the lowest rate of poverty in India with only 0.71% of population classified as poor.Followed by states like Goa with 3.76%, Sikkim with 3.82%, Tamil Nadu with 4.89% and Punjab woth 5.59%

Population of Indians below National Poverty Line
Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Meghalaya are the poorest states in India.
51.91% of the population in Bihar is classified as poor, followed by Jharkhand with 42.16%, Uttar Pradesh with 37.79%, Madhya Pradesh with 36.65% and both Meghalaya & Assam with 32.67%.

Kerala has the lowest rate of poverty in India with only 0.71% of population classified as poor.
Followed by states like Goa with 3.76%, Sikkim with 3.82%, Tamil Nadu with 4.89% and Punjab woth 5.59%

India’s GDP growth rate during the Modi 2.0 has seen an annual change of -12% in 2020 the largest decline with GDP at -7.96%.During the UPA rule, the lowest the GDP growth rate went was at 3.09% in 2008 when global markets crashed.

India’s GDP growth rate during the Modi 2.0 has seen an annual change of -12% in 2020 the largest decline with GDP at -7.96%.

During the UPA rule, the lowest the GDP growth rate went was at 3.09% in 2008 when global markets crashed.

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    Population of Indians below National Poverty Line
    Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Meghalaya are the poorest states in India.
    51.91% of the population in Bihar is classified as poor, followed by Jharkhand with 42.16%, Uttar Pradesh with 37.79%, Madhya Pradesh with 36.65% and both Meghalaya & Assam with 32.67%.

    Kerala has the lowest rate of poverty in India with only 0.71% of population classified as poor.
    Followed by states like Goa with 3.76%, Sikkim with 3.82%, Tamil Nadu with 4.89% and Punjab woth 5.59%

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    India’s GDP growth rate during the Modi 2.0 has seen an annual change of -12% in 2020 the largest decline with GDP at -7.96%.

    During the UPA rule, the lowest the GDP growth rate went was at 3.09% in 2008 when global markets crashed.

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Unemployment Rate In India 2021
India's unemployment rate have been on a rise for quite sometime now. 
In December 2021, the overall unemployment rate in India was at 7.9% of which Urban sector saw an unemployment of 9.3% of the population whereas the Rural sector was at 7.3%

During the second wave of COVID-19, unemployment rates rose to an all time high at 11.8% where the share of Urban unemployment was at 14.7% and Rural unemployment at 10.6%. 

The unemployment rate is the ratio of  the employed to the total working age population and is an useful economic indictor. 

Population of Indians below National Poverty Line
Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh
and Meghalaya
are the poorest states in India.
51.91% of the population in Bihar is classified as poor,
followed by Jharkhand with 42.16%,
Uttar Pradesh with 37.79%, Madhya Pradesh with 36.65%
and both Meghalaya & Assam with 32.67%.


Considered among the most prosperous state
is Kerala which has the lowest rate of poverty in India
with only 0.71% of population classified as poor.

Followed by states like Goa with 3.76%,
Sikkim with 3.82%, Tamil Nadu with 4.89% and
Punjab woth 5.59%

India’s GDP growth rate during the BJP led NDA 2.0
has
seen an annual change of -12% in 2020 the largest
decline with GDP at -7.96%.


During the UPA rule which was from 2004 - 2013,
the lowest the GDP fell was at 3.09% in 2008
when global markets crashed.

GDP during the BJP led NDA government
The BJP led NDA government took charge in 2014 and saw an increment of 1.02%  in the annual change making the GDP 7.41%.

In 2016-17 a large section of the informal economy which forms the basis of Indian Economy was severely hit by demonetization which was the start of the fall of the GDP in the country. 


Way before the Pandemic hit, the Indian GDP had already reached 4.04% in 2019 and took a plunge in 2020 of -12.01% (annual change) making it to -7.96%

 

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