Submitted Date : 31-01-2020
Accepted Date : 20-02-2020
The state of Haryana was formed in the year 1966, although the state of Haryana is geographically comes in very small states, but even after the formation of its separate state, Haryana has made remarkable economic development. But as per the rough estimates of 2017-18, the state has contributed an estimated 3.7 percent of the national GDP at constant (2011-12) prices. The gross state domestic product of the state of Haryana has registered a steady increase since 2001-02. At the time of formation of the state of Haryana in 1966, the state’s per capita income at current prices was only Rs. 608. Since then, the state’s per capita income has increased manifold. The per capita income in the state in 2011 was Rs 106085 per capita, which has increased to Rs 226644 in the year 2018-19, as a result of which the state GDP has also increased but agriculture and allied sectors contribute to the gross domestic product. The initial years of the formation of the state were very good, but this contribution has come down to only 17.5 percent at constant prices (2011-12).