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Contribution of Other Services Sector to Gross Domestic Product in India-An Evaluation

Contribution of 'Other Services' Sector to Gross Domestic Product in India An Evaluation S M Kansal While the 'Enterprise Survey on Service Sectors' conducted by the CSO is a step in the right direction to strengthen the data base for estimation of the contribution of the "other services' sector to the gross domestic product, the survey's estimates of gross value added per worker are seen to be extremely low. This paper examines the survey's figures of gross earnings and gross value added per worker in different categories of 'other services' and sets them against the results of a pilot survey undertaken in the Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi, of medical practitioners in Delhi which gives some insight into their actual earnings.

Disparity in Income and Levels of Living among Teachers in Delhi

S M kansal Quite often considerable income inequality is observed among persons with the same level of education and skill. Such inequality primarily originates due to arbitrary factors like job opportunities and the resources which vary from person to person. One of the main objectives of this study is to pinpoint the income inequality due to these arbitrary factors among teachers with the same level of education and same years of teaching experience in different types of educational institutions in metropolitan Delhi area.
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