Indian economy is classified in three sectors Agriculture and allied, Industry and Services. Agriculture sector includes Agriculture, Forestry & Logging, Fishing and related activities. Industry includes Manufacturing, Electricity, Gas, Water supply, and Construction. Services sector includes Trade, repair, hotels and restaurants, Transport, storage, communication & services related to broadcasting, Financial, real estate & prof servs, Community, social & pers. Servs. Services sector is the largest sector of India. Gross Value Added at current prices for Services sector is estimated at 61.18 lakh crore INR in 2014-15. Services sector accounts for 52.97% of total India's GVA of 115.50 lakh crore Indian rupees. With GVA of Rs. 34.67 lakh crore, Industry sector contributes 30.02%. While, Agriculture and allied sector shares 17.01% and GVA is around of 19.65 lakh crore INR.
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Indian economy is classified in three sectors — Agriculture and allied, Industry and Services. Agriculture sector includes Agriculture (Agriculture proper & Livestock), Forestry & Logging, Fishing and related activities. Industry includes 'Mining & quarrying', Manufacturing (Registered & Unregistered), Electricity, Gas, Water supply, and Construction. Services sector includes 'Trade, hotels, transport, communication and services related to broadcasting', 'Financial, real estate & prof servs', 'Public Administration, defence and other services'.Services sector is the largest sector of India. Gross Value Added (GVA) at current prices for Services sector is estimated at 73.79 lakh crore INR in 2016-17. Services sector accounts for 53.66% of total India's GVA of 137.51 lakh crore Indian rupees. With GVA of Rs. 39.90 lakh crore, Industry sector contributes 29.02%. While, Agriculture and allied sector shares 17.32% and GVA is around of 23.82 lakh crore INR.At 2011-12 prices, composition of Agriculture & allied, Industry, and Services sector are 15.11%, 31.12%, and 53.77%, respectively.
Indian GDP composition in 2014 are as follows : Agriculture (17.9%), Industry (24.2%) and Services (57.9%). Total production of agriculture sector is $366.92 billion. India is 2nd larger producer of agriculture product. India accounts for 7.68 percent of total global agricultural output. GDP of Industry sector is $495.62 billion and world rank is 12. In Services sector, India world rank is 11 and GDP is $1185.79 billion. Contribution of Agriculture sector in Indian economy is much higher than world's average (6.1%). Contribution of Industry and Services sector is lower than world's average 30.5% for Industry sector and 63.5% for Services sector.
There are three sectors of every economy. With regard to India, the contribution made by these sectors towards GDP (Gross Domestic Production) growth include :
1. Primary Sector or Agriculture sector : More than 50% of India's population depends upon this sector but it contributes only around 17% to India's GDP.
2. Secondary or Industrial Sector : It contributes around 29% of the Indian GDP.
3. Tertiary or Service sector : It contributes around 53% of Indian GDP.
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