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Socio Economic Outlook 2018​​

Socio Economic Outlook 2018The socio-economic progress of Telangana continues to fi rm-up in the last three and a half years of its journey. The State has made remarkable achievements in some of the key sectors by grounding path-breaking initiatives to reconstruct and revive the State economy and to achieve the goal of ‘Bangaru Telangana’ (Golden Telangana).





Statistical Year Book - 2017​​

Statistical Year Book 2017The ‘Statistical Year Book 2017’ is an important annual publication that provides a wide range of statistical information emerged from the latest surveys, censuses and administrative records of departments and agencies, at one place with the statistics broadly encompassing demographic, socio-economic, production and macroeconomic sectors.





Telangana State at a Glance 2017

“Telangana State at a Glance, 2017” of DES, provides an overview of the economic performance of the state, besides various other parameters like Demography, Agriculture, Health, Education, Transport,Public distribution etc.

 





Telangana Social Development Report 2017

The Telangana Social Development Report 2017(TSDR) presents a statistical profile of the social sector in the state of Telangana, drawing on data from various rounds of NSSO supplemented by Census data, for the districts comprising the state prior to district re-organisation in 2016. The new districts are smaller in size and have increased in number from 10 to 31,with each district measuring roughly 60sq km.If the primary aim of district reorganisation is to stimulate participatory governance and inclusive development (Rao 2017), this report hopes to point to some crucial pathways to put people,especially those from vulnerable communities at the centre of re-imagining just governance.

The TSDR begins with a demographic profile of the state and maps the present status of development in Telangana through the following parameters:land and agriculture; credit; household amenities; public distribution system; education; employment/unemployment; health.

1. Telangana Social Development Report 2017 (Part I)  ​​  View Pdf

( 1. Introduction 2. Telangana State: Geography, Economy and People 3.Land and Agriculture in Telangana )

2. Telangana Social Development Report 2017 (Part II) ​​  View Pdf

( 4. Credit Flow and Indebtedness in Telangana 5. Social Dimensions of the Labour Force in Telangana )

3. Telangana Social Development Report 2017 (Part III)​​  View Pdf

( 6. Aspects of Education in Telangana 7. Public Distribu​tion System in Telangana )

4. Telangana Social Development Report 2017 (Pa​rt IV)​​  View Pdf

( 8. Health Status in Telangana 9. Housing, Water and Related Amenities in Telangana )


Socio Economic Outlook 2017

Thirty-three months have gone by since Telangana emerged as a separate state and the government elected by the people of Telangana was put at the helm of its affairs. The journey through this period and the vicissitudes encountered in the process, shaped the resolve for a prosperous future for the people of the state. The dream of a Golden Telangana (Bangaru Telangana) that enshrined the hopes and aspirations of the people of the state provided the rationale for the protracted struggle for a separate statehood, particularly in the context of the legacy of neglect and discrimination in terms of allocation of resources, employment, etc., in the erstwhile combined state. In this context, this report attempts to provide an insight into the phases of progress and consolidation that marked the period from June 2, 2014 until now, while identifying the milestones of this momentous journey.

Midway through a journey is an opportune context to look back and take stock of the progress achieved so far. More importantly, it is also an occasion to look ahead, so as to commit to the path for the future, regarding what needs to be done. Needless to say, the learnings of the recent past would also guide the state and its people, in this long journey.


​​Statistical Year Book - 2016​

The 'Statistical Year Book 2016' is third in its series after the formation of Telangana State and the most comprehensive publication incorporating a large variety of data both at the State and All-India comparisons at one place.

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Economy in Brief - 2016​​​

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Socio Eco​​nomic Outlook 2016​

Telangana, the youngest State in the Union of India, was the result of a prolonged struggle, actively participated by the people cutting across all sections, for a new life of hopes and aspirations. The genesis of the movement can be traced to a deliberate neglect of Telangana in the combined State of Andhra Pradesh, in most areas such as, water resources, fi nance and employment opportunities, popularly known as, “Neellu, Nidhulu, Niyaamakaalu.”

 



బంగారు తెలంగాణ దిశగా తొలి అడుగులు - తెలంగాణా సామాజిక, ఆర్ధిక చిత్రం, 2015 ​​​​

భారత రిపబ్లిక్​లో 29వ రాష్ట్రంగా తెలంగాణా ఆవిర్భావం​​ ఒక చరిత్రకు ముగింపు. ఒక నూతనాధ్యాయానికి శ్రీకారం. రాజకీయంగా, సాంస్కృతికంగా తమకొక గుర్తింపును కోరుతూ తెలంగాణా ప్రజానీకం ఆరు దశాబ్దాల పాటు సాగించిన​ సుదీర్ఘ పోరాటానికి ఇది ముగింపు. ఈ ప్రాంతపు ప్రత్యేక అవసరాలను తీర్చడానికి, ఇక్కడి ప్రజల మేధాసంపత్తికి దీటుగా ఒక గుర్తింపును, విధానాలను, కార్యక్రమాలను రూపకల్పన చేసుకొనే ప్రక్రియకు ఇది శ్రీకారం.​

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​​Statistical Year Book - 2015​

The state of Telangana emerged as 29thstate in the Indian Union as per the Andhra Pradesh Reorganization Act, 2014 (No. 6 of 2014) of Parliament, which received the assent of the President of India on the 1st March, 2014 and came into existence with effect from 2ndJune, 2014. The said Andhra Pradesh Reorganization Act, 2014 was received an amendment called the Andhra Pradesh Reorganization (Amendment) Act, 2014 (No. 19 of 2014) on the 17thJuly, 2014, transferring certain mandals and villages (327)of Khammam district to residual Andhra Pradesh, enforcing this amendment with effect from 29thMay,2014.

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Economy in Brief ​​​- 2015

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  Budget Speech 2015-16​​

I rise to present the first full year Budget of the new State of Telangana for the year 2015-16. I consider it a great privilege that the honour of presenting the first full year Budget has befallen me. On this occasion, I convey my heartfelt gratitude to the people of Telangana, Hon’ble Chief Minister and the Hon’ble Members of the House. When I presented the Budget for ten months, it was baptism by fire. Presenting the Budget for the new State was a daunting task and the Budget for the year 2014-15 was prepared with numerous unknowns with regard to own revenue potential and the assistance from the Centre. I could overcome these constraints with the guidance and direction that I received from the Hon’ble Chief Minister. The main guiding principle in the preparation of last year’s Budget was fulfilling the aspirations of people which remained suppressed in the combined State and to ensure a bright future for the people of Telangana. Today I am presenting the Budget for the full year 2015-16 with much greater understanding and clarity.

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  Socio Economic Outlook 2015​

The birth of Telangana as the 29th State of the Indian Republic marks both a beginning and an end. It was the end of a prolonged struggle of six decades by the people of Telangana to carve out a separate political and cultural identity for themselves. It was also the beginning of a process of reinventing a new identity, policies and programmes to address the special needs of the area and to suit the genius of the people of Telangana. Many of the Government schemes designed in the past suffered from an inherent bias, and hence needed a correction through a conscious process of reorientation and reformulation. This was the biggest challenge that confronted the Government of the new State. These sentiments were echoed by Sri Eatala Rajender, Hon’ble Finance Minister, in the maiden budget speech on November 5, 2014.

  Socio Economic Outlook 2014​

The dreams of people of Telangana to live in a state of their own and to develop it in accordance with their hopes and aspirations came to a reality on the historic day of 2nd June 2014, with the formation of the 29th State of the Indian Republic. This tryst with destiny is just the beginning and a lot of fundamental rethinking and effort is needed to carve out an enduring future for all. The Vision of the State has to refl ect the native wisdom of the people to harness the local resources optimally and in the fastest manner possible. This vision was eloquently presented by Sri K. Chandrasekhar Rao, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Telangana State in his address during the meeting with the Chairman and members of the 14th Finance Commission, in Hyderabad on the 19th September, 2014, as extracted below: “As all of you know, the new State of Telangana has come into existence on June 2, 2014 after nearly six decade long relentless struggle, fulfi lling the long cherished aspirations of nearly four crore people to establish their identity and chart their own future. Fulfi lling the aspirations of the people, which remained suppressed so far, is the major challenge before the government.

 The Report of Task Force on Energy

Quality power supply to various competing sectors is a sinequa-non to meet the ambitious development objectives of newly formed state of Telangana. Driven by considerable growth in demand from agriculture, domestic, industrial sectors and metro city of Hyderabad, the per-capita consumption in the state stands at 9851  units against a national average of 9172 units for FY 2012-13. Energy deficit in Telangana for last three years was in the range of 5%-12%. Energy requirement in Telangana was 47,428 MU in FY 13-14, of which only 44,946 MU could be met resulting in an energy deficit of nearly 5%. Going forward, energy requirement is expected to see an increase of around 11% for the period FY 2014-15 to FY 2018-19. This policy paper, attempts to chalk out a roadmap by visualizing probable changes in fuel mix, improvement in efficiencies across the generation-transmission-distribution value chain, longevity of current PPAs and programmed capacity augmentation in generation vis-à-vis government’s objective of supplying 24 x 7 quality power supply to all. Figure 1 illustrates demand-supply scenarios projected over the next 5 years

 Report on Women Safety

The Committee has been mandated to deliberate on various issues relating to safety and security of women and girls in Telangana State, and scrutinize the various Acts / Legislations already in force and suggest measures for its effective implementation by various departments such as Police, Education, Health, Rural Development, law, Labour, review reputed NGO’s working in this area and other agencies and submit its report within 15 days. The principle of gender equality is enshrined in the Indian Constitution in its Preamble, Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties and Directive Principles. The Constitution not only grants equality to women, but also empowers the State to adopt measures of positive discrimination in favour of women. Within the framework of a democratic polity, our laws, development policies, Plans and programmes have aimed at women’s advancement in different spheres. India has also ratified various international conventions and human rights instruments committing to secure equal rights of women. Key among them is the ratification of the Convention on Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) in 1993.