search this site - type your query and submit

Daily Email Newsletter (Sign-up Free)

Contribution of MSME sector in GDP of India (2011 - 2016)

The Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) have been contributing significantly to the expansion of entrepreneurial endeavours through business innovations.

The MSMEs are widening their domain across sectors of the economy, producing diverse range of products and services to meet demands of domestic as well as global markets.

As per the data available with Central Statistics Office (CSO), Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation, the contribution of MSME Sector in country’s Gross Value Added (GVA) and Gross Domestic Product (GDP), at current prices for the last five years is as below:


Contribution of MSMEs in Country’s Economy at Current Price

Contribution of MSMEs in Country’s Economy at Current Price

The contribution of Manufacturing MSMEs in the country’s total Manufacturing GVO (Gross Value of Output) at current prices has also remained consistent at about 33%, i.e. one-third during the last five years.

NOTE:

1> Gross Value Added (GVA): It may be noted that estimates of GVA had been prepared at factor cost in the earlier series (base year 2004-05), while these are being prepared at basic prices in the new series (2011-12). GVA estimated by production approach: (GVA = Output – Material Inputs) and GVA estimated by income approach: (GVA = Compensation of Employees + Operating Surplus + CFC)

2> Gross Domestic Product (GDP): GDP is derived by adding taxes on products, net of subsidies on products, to GVA at basic prices.

3> FISIM stands for Financial Intermediation Services Indirectly Measured. In the System of National Accounts it is an estimate of the value of the services provided by financial intermediaries, such as banks, for which no explicit charges are made; instead these services are paid for as part of the margin between rates applied to savers and borrowers. The supposition is that savers would receive a lower interest rate and borrowers pay a higher interest rate if all financial services had explicit charges.

4> Gross Value Output (GVO): Manufacturing Output is defined to include the ex-factory value, (i.e., exclusive of taxes, duties, etc. on sale and inclusive of subsidies etc., if any) of products and by-products manufactured during the accounting year, and the net value of the semi-finished goods, work-in- process, and also the receipts for industrial and non-industrial services rendered to others, value of semi-finished goods of last year sold in the current year, sale value of goods sold in the same condition as purchased and value of electricity generated and sold.



Ref: Annual Report 2017-18 of Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises

No comments:

Post a Comment

In comment with "Name/Url" option, only Name is mandatory to be filled.