Last Updated : Apr 26 2019 11:07AM     Screen Reader Access
News Highlights
Campaigning reaches its peak for 4th phase of LS polls            PM Modi to file nominations from Varanasi today            NIA arrests two terrorists belonging to Pakistan-based JeM            Low-pressure system over South Bay of Bengal likely to turn into cyclonic storm: IMD            IPL: Rajasthan beat Kolkata by three wickets           

Business News

Sep 13, 2018
2:12PM

Index of Industrial Production for July 2018 higher by 6.6% as compared to last year

File Pic
Quick Estimates of Index of Industrial Production, IIP for the month of July 2018 was 6.6 percent higher compared to same period last year. 


Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation said, in a release, that for the month of July 2018, the Indices of Industrial Production for the Mining sector registered 3.7 percent growth, Manufacturing registered 7.0 percent and Electricity sector registered 6.7 percent growth as compared to July last year. 


As per Use-based classification, the growth rates in July 2018 over July 2017 are 6.9 percent in Primary goods, 3.0 percent in Capital goods and 8.4 percent in Infrastructure/ Construction Goods. 


However, Manufacture of paper and paper products, Printing and reproduction of recorded media and machinery and equipment have shown the negative growth. 





   Related News

PM’s Exclusive Interview to DD News

Live Twitter Feed

Listen News

Morning News 26 (Apr) Midday News 25 (Apr) News at Nine 25 (Apr) Hourly 26 (Apr) (1005hrs)
समाचार प्रभात 26 (Apr) दोपहर समाचार 25 (Apr) समाचार संध्या 25 (Apr) प्रति घंटा समाचार 26 (Apr) (1100hrs)
Khabarnama (Mor) 26 (Apr) Khabrein(Day) 25 (Apr) Khabrein(Eve) 25 (Apr)
Aaj Savere 26 (Apr) Parikrama 25 (Apr) Lok Ruchi Samachar 21 (Apr)

Listen Programs

Market Mantra 25 (Apr) Samayki 25 (Apr) Sports Scan 25 (Apr) Spotlight/News Analysis 25 (Apr)
    Public Speak

    Country wide 28 (Mar) Surkhiyon Mein 4 (Apr) Charcha Ka Vishai Ha 24 (Apr) Vaad-Samvaad 16 (Apr) Money Talk 16 (Apr) Current Affairs 22 (Mar)