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According to the CSO estimates, the per capita net national income during 2018-19 will be Rs 1,25,397, showing a rise of 11.1 percent as compared to Rs 1,12,835 during 2017-18 with the growth rate of 8.6 percent.
The nominal Net National Income (NNI), also known as National Income (at Current Prices) is likely to be Rs 167.03lakh crore during 2018-19, as against Rs 148.49 lakh crore for the year 2017-18.
As perthe estimates available from Central Statistics Office(CSO), the per capita income (measured asper capita net national income (at current prices))of the country increased from Rs.
The per capita net national income of India in the financial year 2016-17 stood at Rs 1,03,870, witnessing a growth of over 10.3%.
In table 2, net national income is the share of national income received by the financial sector and equals the sum of net operating surplus plus net property income received.
This 2011 edition adds the adjusted Net National Income (aNNI) accounting aggregate.
Net national income, or the income earned by the national economy, went up by 2.3% in real terms.
The eight combinations of these concepts constitute the eight measures of aggregate income: gross domestic product (GDP), net domestic product (NDP), gross national product (GNP), net national product (NNP), gross domestic income (GDI), net domestic income (NDI), gross national income (GNI) and net national income (NNI).
"Basically, this calculation compares total Government taxes with the total net national income to see when we stop paying Chancellor Alistair Darling."
We show that, while the level of national saving is about 8.4 percentage points of net national income lower than is required if one assumes that each cohort pays its own way, wealth holdings are considerably higher than are required on the same basis.
[5] Geering and Hotz (1902, 1910, 1914) published estimates of net national income for 1890, 1895, 1899, 1906, and 1913, and "total production" for 1890, 1895, 1899, and 1906.
The list was compiled by taking a person's peak wealth as a proportion of the net national income of their country at the time, and expressing it as a percentage of Britain's gross domestic product for 1999.