What is the GDP of jharkhand?
the GDP of jharkhand 2008-2009 is about 8.45% which is greater than rajsthan and other develope state.......
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The US' GDP is $15,094,025,000,000 for both Nominal and Purchasing Power. This the largest of any country.
The GDP of Canada is $1.43 trillion (International Monetary Fund 2007 based on US Dollars). This ranks Canada's economy as the 9th largest in the world.
The Gross Domestic Product or GDP of Pakistan is $143.7 billion US Dollars (2007 IMF statistics). This places Pakistan in 47th place when ranking world's largest economies.
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GDP - Gross Domestic Product GDP is a measure of the wealth of a country. It is worked out by dividing the total of the money by what a country gains from the production of goods and services by it's population. GDP is measured in US Dollars - $
The Gross Domestic Product of Australia is $908.99 billion US Dollars (2007 IMF statistics).. The GDP of Australia in 2007 was just over $Aus 800,000,000,000..
Check this site... It contains detailed information about each and every districts in Jharkhand. http://www.traveljharkhand.com/jharkhand-tourism/districts-in-jhrakhand.com
Currently,there is no CM in jharkhand..it is under control of president's rule after resigning of ex-C.M. Shibu soren.
The GDP of England is $2522.26 billion dollars and the serviceindustry accounts for the majority of England's GDP. England's GDPhas increased annually 0.8 percent.
Based on the statistics released in 2008 looking at information compiled for 2007, GDP (Gross Domestic Product) or GSP (Gross State Product) for the state of Ohio was $466,309,000,000 . Ohio is the seventh ranked state when ranked by GDP.
GDP (purchasing power parity):$54.67 billion (2007 est.). GDP (official exchange rate):$46.08 billion (2007 est.). GDP - real growth rate:6.1% (2007 est.). GDP - per capita (PPP):$27,200 (2007 est.). GDP - composition by sector: agriculture: 2%, industry: 34.4%, services: 63.5% (2007 est.)
GDP ( PPP ) 2008 estimate - Total $259.049 billion  ( 43rd ) - Per capita $55,198  (IMF) ( 2nd ). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norway
The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is $859.7 billion (2008 est.) at purchasing power parity.. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is growing at an annual rate of 6.4% (2008 est.). The GDP per capita is $13,100 (2008 est.) at purchasing power parity.. The GDP is drawn proportionately from:. agriculture: 10.8% industry: 44.3% services: 44.9% (2008 est.) . www.fxbx.com
- . Total. $63,729 billion  (70th). - . Per capita. $14,086  (49th). courtesy of wikipedia.org
you can find if from www.wikipedia.com but just in case, here it is:Total$71.618 billion Per capita $2,634
GDP is the market value of all final goods and services made domestically in one year. It's different from GNP, which is the market value of all final goods and services made by a nation in one year. There are two ways to measure GDP: the expenditure and income approach. Expenditure approach: GDP = Consumption + Investment + Government + Exports - Imports Consumption expenditures include nondurable goods (e.g. food), durable goods (e.g. automobiles), and services (e.g. haircuts by barbers). Investment expenditures include purchasing new equipment, nonresidential houses, or factories. Government expenditures include paying the military and construction workers for building public projects. Government expenditures do not include transfer payments, such as Social Security and welfare, because the people who receive the transfer payments do not offer goods or services in exchange for the transfer payments. In other words, there is no new purchase of goods or services. Exports are goods produced domestically and sold abroad. Imports are goods produced abroad and sold domestically. Imports must be subtracted because they are not made domestically. Income approach: GDP = Rents + Wages + Profits + Income + Depreciation + Indirect Business Tax The rationale behind the income approach is that total expenditure is equivalent to the total income for households and firms received in the form of rents, wages, profits, and income. Depreciation expenditure must be included in the income approach, but not the expenditure approach, because they replace goods that are already existing. Indirect business taxes include sales taxes and excise taxes. Remember that indirect business taxes are not included in the expenditure approach, only in the income approach.
The GDP of Poland is $422 billion (International Monetary Fund 2007 based on US Dollars). This ranks Poland's economy as the 22nd largest in the world.
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The main political problem of jharkhand is corruption . We can see in every sector of it there is a problem due to corruption . Every party wants to rule it by his own way but don't have any right ways and that why jharkhand has many political problem
GDP is the value of all the goods and services produced in the country in one year. Money earned outside of the country is not included.
Real GDP is inflation adjusted GDP so you have to take away inflation from GDP. GDP/ inflation (so if inflation is 5% you divide GDP / 1.05) to get real GDP. This is because Fisher's equation is (1 + Nominal Rate) = (1 + Real Rate) (1 + Inflation Rate).
The Indian State of Jharkhand has twenty-four administrative districts. These are: . Bokaro . Chatra . Deoghar . Dhanbad . Dumka . Purba Singhbhum . Garhwa . Giridih . Godda . Gumla . Hazaribagh . Koderma . Lohardaga . Pakur . Palamu . Ranchi . Sahibganj . Seraikela & Kharsawan . Pashchim Singhbhum . Ramgarh
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The literacy rate for Jharkhand is 54.13% , out of which male literacy rate is 67.94% and female literacy rate is 39.38 %. There is a large reservoir of education and technical institutes, offering large pool of trained manpower for industries. More Details at : Education in Jharkhand.. (http://newswing.com/?page_id=752)
The main difference is that Real GDP accounts for inflation and is calculated using Nominal GDP. It is useful when trying to compare GDPs froms different times.
Ranchi is the capital of Jharkhand. For more about Jharkhand , check these links http://www.traveljharkhand.com/jharkhand-tourism/jharkhand-overview.html
gross domestic product : GDP (the measure of an economy adopted by the United States in 1991; the total market values of goods and services produced by workers and capital within a nation's borders during a given period (usually 1 year) p
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GDP stands for Gross Domestic Product. It is the sum of consumption, investment, government spending, and net exports. It is used to determine the standard of living of a given country. Typically, the higher the number, the better the standard of living is in that country.
The equator does not cross Jharkand, or any part of India at all. The airport at Ranchi is located at 23.315 degrees north latitude ... about 2,580 km north of the equator. Perhaps you are thinking of the "Tropic of Cancer" ... the northern boundary of the tropic zone, at roughly 23.5 degrees north latitude. That parallel does cross Jharkhand. The line is roughly 11 km north of Ranchi, 13 km north of Puruliya, 23 km north of Bankura, 31 km south of Kulti, 6 km south of Durgapur, and 4.7 km north of Krishnagar.
The basic formula for calculating the GDP is: Y = C + I + E + Gwhere Y = GDPC = Consumer SpendingI = Investment made by industryE = Excess of Exports over ImportsG = Government Spending
It is also known as 'cross-border comparisons' The level of GDP in different countries may be compared by converting their value in national currency according to either the current currency exchange rate, or the purchase power parity exchange rate. . Current currency exchange rate is the exchange rate in the international currency market. . Purchasing power parity exchange rate is the exchange rate based on the purchasing power parity (PPP) of a currency relative to a selected standard (usually the US dollar). This is a comparative (and theoretical) exchange rate, the only way to directly realize this rate is to sell an entire CPI basket in one country, convert the cash at the currency market rate & then rebuy that same basket of goods in the other country (with the converted cash). Going from country to country, the distribution of prices within the basket will vary; typically, non-tradable purchases will consume a greater proportion of the basket's total cost in the higher GDP country, per the Balassa-Samuelson effect. The ranking of countries may differ significantly based on which method is used. . The current exchange rate method converts the value of goods and services using global currency exchange rates. The method can offer better indications of a country's international purchasing power and relative economic strength. For instance, if 10% of GDP is being spent on buying hi-tech foreign arms, the number of weapons purchased is entirely governed by current exchange rates , since arms are a traded product bought on the international market. There is no meaningful 'local' price distinct from the international price for high technology goods. . The purchasing power parity method accounts for the relative effective domestic purchasing power of the average producer or consumer within an economy. The method can provide a better indicator of the living standards of less developed countries, because it compensates for the weakness of local currencies in the international markets. For example, India ranks 11th by nominal GDP, but fourth by PPP. The PPP method of GDP conversion is more relevant to non-traded goods and services. There is a clear pattern of the purchasing power parity method decreasing the disparity in GDP between high and low income (GDP) countries, as compared to the current exchange rate method . This finding is called the Penn effect.
Hindi is the State Language .The people of Jharkhand speak a number of languages belonging to three major language families: the Munda languages which ...
Real GDP is Gross Domestic Product (A measure of the value of allthings produced as marketable goods and services in a country in agiven amount of time, normally a year) adjusted for indepentfactors, such as inflation, that alter GDP. When economists compareGDP between years, they may look at real GDP to take a veryaccurate meausre of growth. GDP per capita (not GDP percapital, as there is no such thing) is ameasure of the average individual's input to the GDP. For example,Venezuela, a country of 29,000,000 in population, had a GDP ofapproxamately 382 billion USD. Its GDP per capita was therefore13,200 USD, which means that the average resident of Venezuelacontributed 13,200 USD to the GDP of Venezuela. The formula for GDPper capita is (GDP per capita)=(GDP)/(Population)
Well if you start finding the position of education specially for the sates such as Jharkhand and Bihar too, thne you will come to know that most of the IITians belong to these two states. But it is also been a truth that there are lots of people still not educated. So you can consider yourself the position of jharkhand in education.
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Shri Chandra Mohan Prasad from Giridih constituency is the first HRD and education minister of Jharkhand.
Although very useful in determining an economy's economic wealth, GDP fails to give an accurate indicator of an economy's well-being. This is because it is a financial measure, and is doesn't consider things such as: - Leisure : Leisure activities that help people to wind down after the days end. If GDP is high, people are generally going to be working more, and so might have less time to do the things that they love doing. - Quality time : Just like leisure, if people work all the time they can't spend that time with their family, friends, or engaging in other social activities, and so their quality of life may suffer. - Environment : A high GDP is a good GDP, until the environmental and ethical aspects begin to get over looked. For example, China, who has a large GDP because of its mass production and factories also suffers from excessive pollution. If factories are going to work harder to produce more goods, and increase GDP, then these areas will suffer. - Health : On the same note as the environment, when this suffers, the health of the people suffers. So a high GDP may mean that people's lifestyles are being adversely affected. Essentially, GDP overlooks the non-financial aspects of the economy.
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Jharkhand is a state in Eastern India, bordered by Bihar to thenorth, Uttar Pradesh and Chhattisgarh to the west, Odisha to thesouth, and West Bengal to the east.
The Asian Koel ( Eudynamys scolopaceus) is the provincial bird of Jharkhand, Republic of India.
The Indian elephant ( Elephas maximus indicus ) is the provincial animal of Jharkhand and also the national animal of the Republic of India.
The Shala tree ( Shorea robusta ) is the provincial tree of Jharkhand, Republic of India.
The Parrot Tree ( Butea monosperma) is the provincial flower of Jharkhand, Republic of India.
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The VAT stands for value-added taxation. It was introduced on April 1, 2005 as an indirect tax into the Indian taxation system. Jharkland was one state that chose to stay out of it until a later date, but has now adopted it. VAT replaced the general tax laws.
The government of Jharkhand can be contacted by visiting the national parliament in the state of Jharkhand in eastern India. That's located on the subcontinent of India.
The deputy chief minister of Jharkhand is Hemant Soren, he has beenin office since July 13 , 2013.
There is no commerce or permanent population on the Antarcticcontinent, which means that there is no GDP to measure.