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Business in India - All Scheduled Banks and All Scheduled Commercial Banks
Commercial Bank Liabilities=Liabilities to the Banking System+Aggregate deposits+ Other Demand and Time Liabilities + Borrowings from RBI
CRAR-Capital to Risk (Weighted) Assets Ratio (CRAR) 1. Nationalized Banks' data includes data for IDBI Bank Ltd. for the years from 2006-07 to 2015-16. It also includes data for Bhartiya Mahila Bank Ltd. for the years 2013-14 and 2014-15. 2. Data from 2010-11 on wards refers to the capital adequacy position under Basel II framework and from 2013-14 under Basel III framework. 3. Data from 2013-14 Pertains to all Private Sector Banks.
1. Data for 2015-16 are provisional. 2. Data for 2013-14 pertains to all Private Sector Banks 3. Data on Scheduled Commercial Banks & Public Sector Banks for 2004-05 include the impact of conversion of a non-banking entity into a banking entity.
This dataset covers the following public data available at RBI website. 1. India's Overall Balance of Payments (in USD & Rupees) 2. Balance of Payments- Indicators 3. Key Components of India's Balance of Payments (in USD & Rupees) Notes: G.n.i.e.: Government not included elsewhere. 2. Capital account includes Errors and Omissions 3. Current receipts is defined as current account receipts minus official transfer receipts
1) Notes of Rupee 1000 denomination were demonetized w.e.f. January 16, 1978 and subsequently re-introduced in 2000-01. 2) For the period from 1970-71 to 1974-75, the amount for Rupee 1 coins also includes various commemorative Ten Rupee coins. 3) Data for 1986-87 exclude figures from Kolkata. 4) Data from 1980-81 for small coins, include small coins of the denominations 1p, 2p, 3p and Anna Pie coins. 5) Data from 1980-81 onward for Rupee 1 coins Include Mahatma Gandhi Centenary, Ten Rupee silver coin, World Food Agricultural Organisation Commemorative, Ten Rupee silver coin and Independence Day Silver Jubilee Ten Rupee coin. 6) Data on Rupee 2 and Rupee 5 coins relates to coins minted. 7) Rupee 10 coins were introduced in 2009-10. 8) Notes of ₹ 2000 denomination were introduced in 2016-17.
This dataset covers the following public data available at RBI website. 1. External Assistance Notes: 1. Figures of authorization have been arrived at by applying the average exchange rate of rupee with individual donor currencies. Figures of utilization are at current rates applicable at the date of transaction 2. Figures of authorization and utilization include loans and grants on both government and non-government accounts
This dataset covers the following public data available at RBI website. 1. Inda's External Debt (USD & INR) Notes: 1. IDBs : India Development Bonds 2. FCCBs : Foreign Currency Convertible Bonds 3. IFC(W) : International Finance Corporation (Washington) 4. FC(B&O) : Foreign Currency (Banks & Others) Deposits 5. Other concessional multilateral Government borrowing refers to debt outstanding to Institutions like IFAD, OPEC & EEC (SAC) 6. Multilateral non-concessional Government/ public sector/ financial institutions other borrowings refers to debt outstanding against loans from ADB 7. Securitised commercial borrowings (inclu. IDBs and FCCBs) includes net Investment by 100% Fll debt funds, Resurgent India Bonds (RIBs) and India Millenium Deposits(IMDs) 8. Rupee debt refers to debt owed to Russia denominated in Rupees and converted at current exchange rates, payable in exports 9. Civillian's rupee debt includes Supplier’s credit from end-March 1990 onwards 10. Short-term debt does not include suppliers’ credit of up to180 days from 1994 till 2004 11. Multilateral loans do not include revaluation of IBRD pooled loans and exchange rate adjustment under IDA loans for Pre-1971 credits 12. Debt- service ratio from the year 1992 - 93 includes the revised private transfer contra-entry on account of gold and silver imports
This dataset covers the following public data available at RBI website. 1. Foreign Investment Inflows( Monthly & Yearly) 2. Outward Remittances under the Liberalised Schemes for Resident Individuals (Monthly & Yearly)
This dataset covers the following public data available at RBI website. 1. Foreign Exchange Reserves- (Anually & Monthly) Notes: 1. SDR: Special Drawing Rights 2. Foreign Currency Assets excludes US $ 250.00 millon (as also its equivalent value in Indian Rupee) invested in foreign currency denominated bonds issued by IIFC (UK) since March 20, 2009, excludes US $ 380.00 million since September 16, 2011, excludes US $ 550.00 million since February 27, 2012 and US $ 673 million since 30th March 2012 and US $ 790 million since July 5, 2012 (as also its equivalent value in Indian Rupee) 3. Data on SDR includes SDRs 3,082.5 million allocated under general allocation and SDRs 214.6 million allocated under special allocation by the IMF done on August 28, 2009 and September 9, 2009, respectively 4. Gold data Include Rupees 314.63 billion (US $ 6,699 million) reflecting the purchase of 200 metric tonnes of gold from IMF on November 3, 2009
This dataset covers the following public data available at RBI website. 1. Index Number of Agricultural Production- Major Crops 2. Index Number of Area, Production and Yield of Food grains, Non-Food grains and All Crops in India
This dataset covers the following public data available at RBI website. 1. Index Number of Industrial Production 2. Index Numbers of Twenty Three major Industry Groups of Manufacturing Sector 3. Index Number of Core Industries 4. Index Number of Core Industries - Growth Rates 5. Index Number of Industrial Production- Use- Based Classification
This dataset covers the following public data available at RBI website. 1. NRI Deposits (Monthly) 2. NRI Deposits Outstanding (USD & INR) 3. Inflows/ Outflows- Under Various NRI Deposit Schemes(USD & INR) Notes: 1. FCNR(B)/(A): Foreign Currency Non- Resident (Banks)/(Accounts) 2. NR(E) RA: Non- Resident (External) Rupee Accounts 3. NR(NR)RD: Non-resident (non-repatriate) Rupee deposits 4. NRO: Non- Resident Ordinary Rupee Account 5. Flows derived from the month-end balances may not be consistent with the data provided under monthly total ‘outflows/inflows’ as exchange rates used in two sets of data are different 6. FC(B&O)D: Foreign currency (bank and other) deposits 7. FC(O)N: Foreign currency (ordinary) non-repatriate deposits **All figures are inclusive of accrued interest
This dataset covers the following public data available at RBI website. 1. Agricultural Production of Food grains in India 2. Agricultural Production of major Commercial Crops in India 3. Area Under Cultivation of Food crops in India 4. Area Under Cultivation for major Commercial Crops in India 5. Net Irrigated Area covered for agricultural land in India 6. Net Sown Area in India 7. Consumption of Fertilizer (N+P+K) in India 8. Area under high yielding varieties for all crops, food and non food grains, oil seeds and etc. in india 9. Yield of Food grains in India 10. Yield of major Commercial Crops in India 11. Public Distribution System in India 12. Mininum Support Price for food grains and non food grains in India
1. Data relate to amount outstanding as on last Friday of March up to 1984-85 and last reporting Friday of March thereafter. 2. Excluding the impact of merger on May 3, 2002, credit as percentage to aggregate deposit in 2002-03 was 54.7 percent, while credit and aggregate deposits as percentage to GDP were 27.9 per cent and 50.9 per cent, respectively. 3. Excluding the impact of conversion of a non-banking entity into a banking entity on October 11, 2004, credit, total investments and investments in Government securities as percentage of aggregate deposits in 2004-05 were 62.9 per cent, 42.8 per cent and 41.7 per cent, respectively. Further, credit, total investments, investments in Government securities and aggregate deposits as percentage to GDP were 32.9 per cent, 22.4 per cent, 21.8 per cent and 52.3 per cent, respectively. 4. Total Investments are investments in total approved securities.
This dataset covers the following public data available at RBI website. 1. Employment Situation in India- Per 1000 Distribution of Usually Employed by Broad Groups of Industry for Various Rounds 2. Number and Percentage of Population Below Poverty Line 3. Number of Recognized Educational Institution
Monthly data on services are provisional and would undergo revision when the Balance of Payments (BoP) data are released on a quarterly basis.
The Reserve Bank releases monthly data on India’s international trade in services with a lag of around 45 days.
Scheduled Commercial Banks in India include: (i) State Bank of India and its Associates, (ii) Nationalized Banks (including IDBI Bank Ltd. since December 2004), (iii) Private Sector Banks, (iv) Foreign Banks, and (v) Regional Rural Banks.