YS Jagan releases Socio-Economic Survey 2022-23 report of Andhra Pradesh

YS Jagan released the report in his chambers in the Andhra Pradesh Assembly after it was presented to him


AMARAVATI: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy on Wednesday released the report of the Socio-Economic Survey 2022-23 of the State. He released the report in his chambers in the Andhra Pradesh Assembly after it was presented to him.

Below are the salient features of the report:

STATE ECONOMY – Encouraging Economic Growth

i) Size of the economy

GSDP at Current Prices for the year 2022-23 (AE) is estimated at Rs.13,17,728 Cr. as against Rs.11,33,837 Cr. for the year 2021-22 (FRE). Net addition of Rs.1,83,891 Crore to the state economy.

In 2022-23, as per Advance Estimates, AP State posted a growth of 16.22% over the previous year.

ii). GVA Growth rates

At Current prices:

Agri & Allied Sectors: 13.18%

Agriculture: 20.72% Horticulture : 12.58%

Livestock : 7.32% Fisheries : 19.41%

Industry sector : 16.36%

Mining & quarrying :15.81% Manufacturing :11.81%

Electricity, Gas etc :30.96% Construction :16.94%

Services sector : 18.91%

Trade, Hotels : 28.42% Railways : 17.82%

Transport by other means: 21.64% Real estate : 13.14%

At Constant (2011-12)Prices:

In 2021-22, AP State posted a record growth of 7.02% at Constant Prices against Country’s growth of 7.0%.

Agri.& Allied Sectors : 4.54%

Agriculture : 10.72% Horticulture : 3.03%

Livestock : 2.89% Fisheries : 4.87%

Industry sector : 5.66%

Mining & quarrying :10.81% Manufacturing :4.82%

Electricity, Gas etc :6.53% Construction :4.71%

Services sector : 10.05%

Trade, Hotels : 16.64% Railways : 3.87%

Transport by other means: 7.65% Real estate : 4.24%

Sectoral Contribution:

Agriculture: 36.19%, Industry: 23.36%, Services: 40.45%

Per Capita Income

The Per Capita Income of Andhra Pradesh at current prices increased to Rs.2,19,518 in 2022-23 as against Rs.1,92,587 in 2021-22 –a jump of Rs. 26,931 in a year.

PCI Growth rate(Current Prices) AP in 2021-22: 13.98%

All India per capita income for 2022-23 is Rs.1,72,000 up from Rs. 1,48,524 in 2021-22 – a jump of Rs. 23,476.


So far an amount of Rs. 1.97 lakh crore has been incurred by the government through DBT under various schemes relating to the sectors of education, health, women, farmers, welfare and other sectors


Strengthening Infrastructure in all Government schools under Mana Badi Nadu – Nedu in 3 phases at a total cost of Rs. 15,000 crore

In Phase-I, 15,717 schools with an expenditure of Rs.3,669Cr.

In total 3 years, 57,189 schools and 3280 other educational institutions infrastructure will be developed with a total cost of Rs. 16,022 crore

To achieve higher retention rate - “Jagananna Ammavodi’ – So far Rs. 19,617.60 crore incurred.

Jagananna Vidya Kanuka –Student tool kit to 47.4 lakh students of classes I to X with an amount of Rs.2,368 crores

Jagananna Gorumudda – To address malnutrition among children, enriched mid-day meal to 43.26 lakh students of Classes -I to X benefitted with Rs.3,239 crores.

Full fee reimbursement under "Jagananna Vidya Deevena’ scheme Rs.9,249 crore credited benefitting 24.75 Lakh eligible students.

Towards food, travel & hostel expenses under ‘Jagananna Vasathi Deevena" financial support to eligible students an amount of Rs. 3,366 crores credited to 18.77 Lakh eligible students.

Health, Nutrition and Women Welfare

Family physician concept – 2 doctors per PHC

YSR Arogyasri 1.41 crore families to get benefit. 3255 Procedures.

Rs.971.28 crores provided to 15.65 Lakh cases as Post-operative sustenance allowance under YSR Arogya Aaasara.

Nadu Nedu- Medical infrastructure revamp

10032 YSR Village clinics, 528 urban health clinics

YSR Sampoorna Poshana Plus and YSR Sampoorna Poshana schemes to address the problem of anemia and malnutrition among pregnant and lactating mother and children.

35.7 Lakh beneficiaries covered. An amount of Rs.6,141crore spent so far.

17 new Medical Colleges in addition to existing 11 colleges.

Women Empowerment

YSR Cheyutha- Rs.14,129 cr. distributed to 26.7 Lakh SC, ST, BC & Minority women in age group of 45 to 60 years

YSR Aasara - an amount of Rs.12,758 crores was credited into loan accounts of 78.74 lakh women SHG members.

YSR Sunna Vaddi interest free loan of Rs.3,615 Crores sanctioned benefitted 1.02 crore SHG members

Housing, Social safety nets

Housing - Under Pedalandariki Illu 30.65 lakh house site pattas each worth Rs 5 Lakh - Rs 10 Lakh distributed to women.

So far 21.25 Lakh houses sanctioned. Construction of 4.4 Lakh houses completed and the balance are at different stages.

Planned to provide all basic facilities with Rs32,909 Crore for all the layouts in YSR Jagananna Colonies


So far Pensions worth Rs.66,823.79 crore delivered to 64.45 lakh persons every month under YSR Pension Kanuka.

Other welfare initiatives

Free power upto 200 units per month to 15.14 lakh SC and 4.5 lakh ST households - Under Jagjeevan Jyothi scheme

2.74 Lakh self-owned Auto/Taxi drivers benefited with an Rs.1,041 Crore under YSR Vahana Mitra during past 4 years .

Y.S.R. Nethanna Nestham– So far released Rs.788.50 Crores to 81,783 weaver beneficiaries.

Under YSR Kapu Nestham, Rs.1518 Cr. released to 3.56 lakh women.

YSR EBC Nestham - Rs.595.86 crore released to 3.94 lakh persons

Jagananna Chedodu- Rs.927.49 cr. to 3.30 lakh persons.

YSR Law Nestham- Rs.35.40 crore to 4,248 eligible junior advocates so far.

Farmer’s Welfare

Established 10,778 Rythu Bharosa Kendralu(RBK) as one stop solution to all agricultural needs.

Under the “YSR Rythu Bharosa-PM Kisan”:

52.38 lakh farmer families were benefitted with a total amount of Rs. 27,063 crores

Free Crop Insurance - Payment Premium by the Government – so far Rs. 6,872 crores released to 44.55 lakh farmers

YSR–Sunna Vaddi Panta Runalu- Rs.1,834.55 crore extended so far as interest subsidy to 73.88 lakh farmers towards crop loans.

Agriculture subsidy of Rs 27,800 Crores given towards 9-hour free power supply so far.

Aqua farmers – Rs 2,647 crores paid as subsidy

AP Ranks 1st in productivity of Oil palm, Papaya, Cocoa, Tomato, coconut and chillies.

Under YSR Jala Kala, Duirng 2022-23 so far, Rs.188.84 crore is spent on drilling 6931 bore wells benefiting 9629 farmers

Under Y.S.R. Matsyakara Bharosa, an amount of Rs.422 crore was disbursed to 1.20 lakh fishermen families.

Industry & Infrastructure

Successfully organized Global Investor’s Summit at Visakhapatnam on 3rd- 4th March 2023

378 MOUs were signed during the Summit with total commitment of Rs 13.42 Lakh Cr to generate 6 Lakh jobs.

In MSME sector, 1.52 Lakh units have been established with an investment of Rs.19,115Cr. with employment to 13.63 Lakh persons.

69 Large and Mega industries are under active implementation with an investment of Rs.1.35 Lakh Crore.

AP got 1st rank consecutively for 3 years in Ease of Doing Business

4 Non-Major Ports at Machilipatnam, Bhavanapadu Kakinada SEZ and Ramayapatnam are under process of development and also constructing 9 harbours across the state in two phases.

Sustainable Development Goals

Navaratnalu and other schemes are mapped with SDGs.

The Budget is now SDG aligned.

AP state achieved 4th rank in SDG India Report- 2020-21. 1st rank in SDG-7 (affordable energy) & 2nd rank Goal-14(Life below water).

8 priority indicators on Anemia, malnutrition and school drop outs monitored at HCM/CS level

Due to the efforts of the government, significant improvement in health and nutrition related indicators

SDG target of 70 MMR(per 1 lakh births) already achieved (45) well before the UN deadline of 2030.

Under-5 Mortality Rate also on target. Currently at 27 per 1000 births as against the UN target of 25 to be achieved by 2030.

Sensitization workshops for all district, mandal and municipal level officers being held in all the 26 districts by Planning Department.

i) Good Governance initiatives

AP state has been implementing several initiatives that received national praise

Restructuring of Districts


Village-Ward Secretariat System

Resurvey - Bhu Hakku - Bhu Raksa


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