National Statistical Office (NSO) Current Affairs, GK & News

BRICS Joint Statistical Publication- Highlights

The 13th Meeting of Heads of National Statistical Offices of BRICS Countries was held virtually on October 28, 2021, under the Chairship of India. Highlights Meeting was chaired by Dr. G. P. Samanta, who happens to be the Chief Statistician of India & Secretary of Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation (MoSPI). Representatives from National ..

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NSO Data on Retail Inflation and IIP

National Statistical Office (NSO) released its data on “retail inflation and Index of Industrial Production (IIP)” on October 12, 2021. Key facts As per IMF, India’s retail inflation relaxed in September 2021, reducing to a five-month low. This was because of favourable comparison with year 2020 and moderating food prices that offset an increase in ..

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NSO survey: Unemployment rate rose to 13.3% in July-Sept 2020

National Statistical Office (NSO) has published the eighth periodic labour force survey recently. According to the survey, unemployment rate in India has increased to 13.3 per cent in the period of July-September 2020. Unemployment rate was 8.4 per cent in July-September 2020. Key Findings As per the survey, joblessness or unemployment rate (UR) was 20.9 ..

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NSO report: Women and Men in India, 2020

The National Statistical Office operating under Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (MoSPI) recently released the Women and Men in India report. The report consolidates the crucial socio-economic indicators that portray gender situation in the country. This is the twenty second issue in its series. The report is published annually by the MoSPI. Population related ..

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NSO’s GDP Forecast- Highlights

The National Statistical Office (NSO) recently released its data on the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for the financial year 2021. Key Facts As per the NSO, the Indian economy will be expanded by 0.4% in the December quarter. Thus, with this, the economy will be emerged from the recession which was induced by the covid-19 ..

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