He Following Table Gives the Gdp in Rupees (Crores) by the Three Sectors - Social Science

The following table gives the GDP in Rupees (Crores) by the three sectors:

 Year primary secondary tertiary 2000 52,000 48,500 1,33,500 2013 8,00,500 10,74,000 38,68,000

(i) Calculate the share of the three sectors in GDP for 2000 and 2013.

(ii) Show the data as a bar diagram similar to Graph 2 in the chapter.

(iii) What conclusions can we draw from the bar graph?

Solution

(i) In 2000,

primary sector = 22.22%, secondary sector = 20.73%, tertiary sector = 57.04%

In 2013,

primary sector = 13.94%, secondary sector = 18.70%, tertiary sector = 67.36%

(ii)

(iii) We can draw the conclusion that the share of the tertiary sector in the GDP has increased by 10%, while that of the primary sector has almost halved. The secondary sector has grown by about 2% in the last 13 years.

Concept: Division of Sectors as Organised and Unorganised
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NCERT Class 10 Social Science Economics (Understanding Economic Development)
Chapter 2 Sectors of the Indian Economy
Q 24 | Page 37