New Delhi: The per capita income of Delhiites will rank third among all the states. It is likely to remain Rs 1, 35,814 with a per month income of Rs 11250 in year 2011-11 compared to Rs 1,16,886 in 2009-10, stated a report prepared by Delhi government's Directorate of Statistics which was released by Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit here on Friday.

The report, which put forth the Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) of Delhi, was prepared by the Directorate of Statistics as per the guidelines of the Central Statistics Organisation (CSO).

Releasing the report, Dikshit said per capita income in Delhi has witnessed a rise year by year and the state is ranked third among all the states including Union Territories. The national per capita income is at Rs 4, 6492 for the year 2009-10, she said.

Further, she added that as per the current prices the GSDP between 2009-10 and 2010-11, the share of primary sector i.e., agriculture in adding to per capita income has lowered by 0.72 and 0.61 respectively which in base year 2004-05 was 1.09 percent.

The GSDP report has also given an account of the previous years’ per capita income of the state. According to it, in 2004-05 it was Rs 61,560, Rs 1,01,381 in 2008-09, Rs 1, 16,886 in 2009-10 and in year 2010-11 it is Rs 1, 35,814.

It also stated that during the tenth five year plan the average annual growth on current prices was recorded 15.3 percent between 2002-03 and 2007-07, whereas for the eleventh five year plan between year 2006-07 and 2009-10 it was recorded 17.19 percent on an average.

It may be noted that the share of trade, hotel, communication, banking, real estate and other services have increased continuously in the GSDP. The contribution of this sector in 2004-05 was 80.40 percent which increased to 81.83 percent in 2009-10 and in 2010-11 it became 82.27 percent.

JPN/Bureau