Economic Survey 2021-22
States/UTs need to manage its ground water resources said the Economic Survey 2021-22 tabled in Lok Sabha, Jan 31, 2022. Over-exploitation of ground water resources, i.e. extraction exceeding the annually replenishable ground water recharge is concentrated in north-west and parts of southern India
The Economic Survey 2021-22 pegs India’s gross domestic product to grow 8-8.5% in the upcoming fiscal. That’s after likely expanding 9.2% in the current year as suggested by the advance estimates, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said as she tabled the annual survey in Parliament on the first day of the budget session. "Growth in FY23 will be supported by widespread vaccine coverage, gains from supply-side reforms and easing of regulations, robust export growth, and availability of fiscal space to ramp up capital spending," the minister said citing the survey. The year ahead is also well poised for a pickup in private sector investment with the financial system in a good position to provide support to the revival of the economy.
This survey contains two documents - Main report and statistical appendix