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Growth

GSDP of Bihar at factor cost (Rs. Crore)

Year Current Prices Constant Prices

2004-05

77781

77781

2005-06

82490

76466

2006-07

100737

88840

2007-08

113680

93774

2008-09

142279

107412

2009-10

162923

113158

2010-11

203555

130171

2011-12

243269

143560

2012-13

293616

158909

2013-14

343663

173409

2014-15

402283

189789

18.9 %

10.0 %

2015-16

478188

208843

2016-17

568414

229810

2017-18 (Projected)

675665

252882

2018-19 (Projected)

803152

278271

2019-20 (Projected)

954695

306208

Source: Asian Development Research Institute, Patna

Yearly Growth Rate of Bihar’s GSDP as compared to India’s GDP

Yearly Growth in GSDP/ GDP at Current Prices
Year Bihar India

2012-13

14.25

13.91

2013-14

12.30

13.28

2014-15

17.92

10.78

2015-16

10.59

8.71

Source: Report Card 2016-17, Govt. of Bihar

State Revenue Receipt

Expenditure Pattern

Amounts

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17 BE

Non -Developmental Expenditure

20854

21924

25714

30405

34251

40917

Developmental Expenditure

39328

47282

54691

64293

78077

103779

Total Expenditure

60182

69206

80405

94698

112328

144696

Developmental Expenditure as % of Total Expenditure

65.4

68.3

68

67.9

69.5

71.7

Plan Expenditure

23008

23381

33678

43939

53732

72419

Non Plan Expenditure

37174

40825

46728

50759

58596

72277

Plan Expenditure as % of Total Expenditure

38.2

41

41.9

46.4

47.8

50

Interest Payments

4304

4428

5459

6129

7098

8179

Source: Economic Survey 2016-17, Govt. of Bihar

Economic Development

  • Revised plan outlay for the financial year 2016-17 is Rs. 79014.99 Crore. In 2004-05 State plan outlay was only Rs 3059.22 Crore. 26 times increase in Plan Outlay of 2016-2017 in comparison to 2004-2005
  • 21 times and 27 times increase in State Outlay under infrastructure and Social Sector consecutively in FY 2016-17 in comparison to FY 2004-05.