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AP Smart Pulse Survey/ Socio-Economic Survey/Praja Sadikara Survey Check Survey Details for Your Family Detailes In Prajasaadikara Survey By Using AADAR Number/Check Your Family Detailes In Praja Sadikara Survey (Smart Pulse Survey) 2016 By Using AADAR Number/Know your Smart Pulse Survey 2016 Family Details step by step process.
Andhra Pradesh Smart Pulse Survey is a massive survey of all households, aimed to capture the required socio-economic data directly in digital form, with online validations.





The field surveyors can enter the data by accessing the relevant portal through a connected tablet so that the data validations happen online and the scope for mistakes is minimized and the consolidation and analysis of data can be completed within 2 weeks of the completion of field survey.


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The Government of Andhra Pradesh publishes ‘Socio-Economic Survey’ report every year and places it in both Houses of the State Legislature along with the budget documents. The report is a unique volume that captures the socio-economic changes took place in the state since the beginning of the financial year.

The report essentially attempts to present the growth performance of the state economy by capturing the progress under key macro-economic aggregates and physical outcomes because of implementation of various programmes / schemes during the year 2017-18.

The Socio Economic Survey 2017-18 is an outcome of the collective effort of all the stakeholders including the government departments, consultations made with experts from research bodies and interested readers who have offered their valuable advice.

Geographic, Demographic and Socio-
Economic profile of Andhra Pradesh
With a geographical area of 1,62,970 sq km, Andhra Pradesh ranks as the 8th largest State in the country.

Situated in a tropical region, the state has the 2nd longest coastline in the country with a length of 974 km. As per
the forest records, the state ranks 9th in India having forest Cover area of 36909.38 Sq. Kms which accounts to 23.04%
of the total geographical area.

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Andhra Pradesh is the tenth largest state in the Country, in terms of population. As per 2011 Census, the State accounts for 4.10% of the total population of the country.

The decadal growth of population rose from 18.88%during 1961-71 to 21.13% during 1981-91. Subsequently a significant decline was observed in the rate of growth of
population and decline is even more prominent at 9.21% during 2001-11, lower than the All-India’s growth rate of
17.70 percent.

The density of population for Andhra Pradesh is 304 persons per square kilometer, as against 382 persons per
square kilometer at all India level in 2011.

The sex ratio in the state was up from 983 in 2001 to 997 in 2011 and is higher than all India figure of 943 in 2011.

The literacy rate of the State is 67.35 percent in 2011 as compared to 62.07 percent in 2001. The literacy rate of
the State is lower than the all India literacy rate at 72.98% percent. Literacy in Andhra Pradesh increased over 37 percentage points from 29.94 percent in 1981 to 67.35
percent in 2011. Female literacy rate has gone up from 52.72 percent in 2001 to 59.96 percent in 2011.

Urbanisation has been regarded as an important component for growth realization. The percentage of urban population to the total population in the State is 29.47 percent in 2011 as compared to 24.13 percent in 2001.

Sand, silt, and clay are the basic types of soils and most of soils are made up of a combination of these three. The texture of the soil, how it looks and feels, depends up on amount of each one in that particular soil. There are various types of soils and the formation of soil is primarily influenced by major factors such as climate, altitude
and composition of bedrock etc.

Disproportion in the distribution of rainfall in the country and excessive heat
contribute special characters to the soils.
The land utilization classification reveals that 37.29% of the state geographical areas is under net area sown (60.77 lakh hectares), 22.63 % under forest (36.88 lakh hectares),9.18% under current fallow lands (14.96 lakh hectares),12.57% under land put non-agricultural uses (20.48 lakh hectares), 8.26 % under barren and uncultivable land (13.46 lakh hectares) and remaining 7.18% is under other fallow allow, cultivable waste lands like permanent pastures and
other grazing lands (12.74 lakh hectares) and land under miscellaneous tree crops and groves are not included in the
net area sown which is around 2.26%(3.69 lakh hectares) Macro-Economic Aggregates - Current Scenario

The GSDP at Current Prices for the year 2017-18 (Advance Estimates at current basic prices is estimated at Rs.8,03,873 crores as against Rs.6,95,491 crores for 2016-17 (First
Revised Estimates).

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As per the Advance Estimates, the GSDP at constant (2011-12) Prices for the year 2017-18 is estimated at Rs. 6,07,388 crores as against Rs.5,46,104 crores for 2016-17 (FRE)
indicating a growth of 11.22 per cent. The corresponding growth rate of GDP of India is 6.6 per cent. The GVA at Constant (2011-12) Basic Prices for the year 2017-18 is
estimated at Rs. 5,48,439 crores as against Rs. 4,92,374 crores of 2016-17(FRE), registered a growth rate of 11.39 percent. The sectoral growth rates of GVA of Andhra
Pradesh for 2017-18 at constant (2011-12) prices are Agriculture: 17.76%, Industry: 8.49% and Services sector: 9.11%. The Per Capita Income (NSDP) of Andhra Pradesh
at current prices increased to Rs.1,42,054 from Rs.1,22,664 in 2016-17 registering a growth of 14.87 percen


Women Development and Child Welfare



The Department is running 46 Homes for Children and 21 Institutions for Women to cater to the needs of Children and Women in difficult circumstances. 46 Children homes are functioning in the State. About 5.15 Lakh children are attending pre-school education activities in Anganwadi Centres. 257 ICDS projects are functioning in the State.

Supplementary Nutrition Programme is implemented in all ICDS Projects covering 48770 Main and 6837 minimum Balamrutham” is the weaning food introduced under ICDS to provide improved supplementary nutrition to children between 7 months to 3 years. The Government introduced Anna Amrutha Hastam, Gorumuddalu, Giri- Gorumuddalu schemes in the state
Welfare of Disabled

There are four(4) Homes for the disabled are functioning in the State at East Godavari, Anantapur, Chittoor and
Krishna Districts. Pensions are sanctioned every month to 5.22 lakh Differently Abled persons and 19.54 lakh Senior Citizens in the State. Study circle was established exclusively for Persons with Disabilities at Vijayawada. 3 Old age homes are established on PPP mode at Visakhapatnam,
Guntur and Ananthapuramu.

Social Welfare

As per the 2011 Census, Scheduled Castes population forms 17.08 percent of the total population of Andhra Pradesh and 79.98% of the Scheduled Caste people live in rural areas. 758 hostels are functioning in the state, with an admitted strength of 78,851 in 2017-18. 36 Integrated hostel Welfare Complexes are functioning are in the State

with an admitted strength of 8,149. At present 17 (8 boys and 9 girls) Ananda Nilayams are functioning in the State.

On the Occasion of 110th Birth Anniversary Celebrations of Dr. Babu Jagjeevan Ram, Government launched “Jagjeevan Jyothi” scheme extending the benefit of free
power upto 75 units in respect of SC&ST Households,consuming power upto 100 Units per month by covering 14.24 Lakhs SC&ST Households from 01.06.2017 onwards.

To encourage skill development for SC youth by providing employability linked training programs under Chandranna

Cheyutha around 31,815 SC Youth were benefited with aamonetary benefit of Rs.233.31 crore.

Tribal Welfare

The tribal population of Andhra Pradesh according to 2011 Census is 27.39 lakh constituting about 5.53% of the total population of the State.

Government is keen on providing quality education to ST Students, safe drinking water to all ST habitations, providing
connectivity to unconnected villages, electrification of un-electrified ST habitations and Capacity building and Skill

up gradation of ST youth.

Four(4) tribal students scaled Mount Everest successfully during May 2017 and awarded Rs.10.00 lakhs per student
and 3 are also participated to scale the Mount Everest and awarded Rs.5.00 lakhs per student by Government of Andhra Pradesh. “Araku Valley Instant Coffee” is launched into the market. 1105 persons were benefitted under Giriputrika Kalyana Padhakam scheme in 2017-18.

Backward Class Welfare

At present, there are 897 government B.C. hostels, (692) hostels for boys and 205 hostels for girls). A total strength of 90,611 boarders were admitted in the B.C. hostels
during 2017-18.

Government have sanctioned 3 new BC Residential Schools in Ananthapuramu District and 6 new Residential Schools for the children of Fishermen @ one in each District of Srikakulam, Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam,West Godavari, Guntur and Prakasam Districts. 

2 Junior Colleges are sanctioned, one for Girls and one for Boys Ananthapur District. Government is implementing the Post Matric Scholarships and Reimbursement of Tuition

fee scheme to eligible BC students who pursue higher education. 7.33 lakh BC students were sanctioned Post Matric  Scholarships and 84 lakh students were benefited under reimbursement of tuition fee scheme.

96.11% of X class students in BC hostels were passed against the 91.92% of state average during the year 2016-17. 

Under NTR Videsi Vidyadharana scheme, 485 students were selected in 2016-17 and 168 students were selected in 2017-18 (April to Oct. 2017).

Minorities Welfare

There are 6 Pre-matric Minorities Hostels and 9 Post- matric Hostels functioning aiming the educational and social  development of the poorest of the poor minority students and 6 Residential schools in the state aiming the educational and social development in Minority students
with residential amenity. 7316 unemployed minority youth were trained. APSCMFC offers industry specific training sectors including IT and ITES, Hotel Management,

Retail, Engineering etc., at exclusive skills centres throught content and 1210 candidates were benefitted. “NTR Vidyonnathi” scheme is introduced in the year 2017-18 for Minorities for providing professional guidance for Civil Service Examinations for sponsoring the meritorious students to reputed private institutes to extend the benefit for 300 students yearly.

Housing

Under Weaker Section Housing Programme 59,00,175 houses have been completed up since inception of the scheme in 1993-94 till Dec, 2017 comprising 53,76,663 in rural areas and 5,23,512 in urban areas. APSHCL has take up 2.00 lakh houses under NTR Rural housing programme dovetailing with MGNREGS. Out of which 1,16,477 Houses were completed by Dec, 2017.

APSHCL has taken up 72,885 lakhs with a unit cost of Rs.2,00,000/- houses under NTR Rural housing (Gramin)  programme  dovetailing with PMAY-G and MGNREGS
with a project cost of Rs.1457.70 crore. Out of which 17,329 Houses were completed by Dec, 2017. 48,058 houses were sanctioned in 2017-18 with a project cost of 961.16 crores.

31,401 houses were sanctioned under NTR urban housing dovetailing with BLC component of PMAY, HFA (U) with a unit cost of Rs.3.50 Lakhs per house and with a project cost of Rs.2556.44 Crores. Of which 17,532 Houses were completed by Dec, 2017. 1,02,977 houses were sanctioned
in 2017-18 with a project cost of 3604.19 crores.

The Government has decided to construct and handed over 5 lakh dwelling units by March 2019. So far 4.81 lakh houses
sanctioned in 98 Municipalities out of 110 Municipalities under PMAY NTR Nagars Scheme with a project cost of Rs.38266 crores. Out of 4.81 lakh sanctioned houses 4742 houses were completed and upto February 2018.




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