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Per Capita income in India

Goa's person earns 7 times more than Bihar's person and approx 6.5 Times more than Uttar pradesh's person, 19 states earn more than average income of INDIA's per capita Income.

U.P., Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, West bengal may be politically strong but they are not able to provide better economic opportunities to their residents, more than Half of India's Population lives below INDIAN AVERAGE OF PER CAPITA INCOME.

That's the biggest reason of Migration In INDIA.

Ranking State Earning Year
1 Goa Rs.466,632 (US$7,200) 2016-17[1][2]
2 Delhi Rs.365,882 (US$5,700) 2016-17[2]
3 Chandigarh Rs.275,454 (US$4,300) 2015-16[2]
4 Sikkim Rs.277,282 (US$4,300) 2015-16[2]
5 Puducherry Rs.236,450 (US$3,700) 2016-17[2]
6 Maharashtra Rs.225,892 (US$3,500) 2017-18[2]
7 Haryana Rs.214,509 (US$3,300) 2016-17[2]
8 Telangana Rs.214,285 (US$3,300) 2017-18[2]
9 Karnataka Rs.206,451 (US$3,200) 2017-18[2]
10 Kerala Rs.196,842 (US$3,100) 2017-18[2]
11 Tamil Nadu Rs.188,210 (US$2,900) 2014-15[2]
12 Himachal Pradesh Rs.182,359 (US$2,800) 2016-17[2]
13 Gujarat Rs.182,333 (US$2,800) 2016-17[2]
14 Uttarakhand Rs.180,520 (US$2,800) 2015-16[2]
15 Mizoram Rs.159,645 (US$2,500) 2017-18[2]
16 Punjab Rs.151,624 (US$2,400) 2016-17[2]
17 Arunachal Pradesh Rs.139,228 (US$2,200) 2015-16[2]
18 Andaman and Nicobar Islands Rs.138,858 (US$2,200) 2014-15[2]
19 Andhra Pradesh Rs.137,000 (US$2,100) 2016-17[2]
India Rs.112,432 (US$1,700) 2016-17[2]
20 Jammu and Kashmir Rs.116,153 (US$1,800) 2017-18[2]
21 Chhattisgarh Rs.111,538 (US$1,700) 2014-15[2]
22 Madhya Pradesh Rs.102,083 (US$1,600) 2017-18[2]
23 Rajasthan Rs.101,353 (US$1,600) 2016-17[2]
24 West Bengal Rs.100,000 (US$1,600) 2015-16[2]
25 Meghalaya Rs.98,556 (US$1,500) 2016-17[2]
26 Odisha Rs.98,095 (US$1,500) 2017-18[2]
27 Nagaland Rs.89,607 (US$1,400) 2014-15[2]
28 Assam Rs.80,625 (US$1,300) 2017-18[2]
29 Tripura Rs.77,351 (US$1,200) 2014-15[2]
30 Jharkhand Rs.73,031 (US$1,100) 2015-16[2]
31 Uttar Pradesh Rs.72,300 (US$1,100) 2017-18[2]
32 Bihar Rs.63,200 (US$980) 2017-18[2]
33 Manipur Rs.58,442 (US$910) 2014-15[2]


Author : Atul Gupta

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  • Goa hi chalein

    on Sep 02, 2017