The National Sample Survey Office (NSSO) conducts nationwide socio-economic surveys as part of its “rounds”, each round normally of a year’s duration.

The National Sample Survey Office (NSSO), Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation has released the report titled “Key Indicators of Domestic Tourism in India” based on the related information collected during July, 2014 to June, 2015 as a part of NSS 72nd Round.

The National Sample Survey Office (NSSO), Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation has released the report titled “ Key Indicators of Household Expenditure on Services and Durable Goods” based on the related information collected during July, 2014 to June 2015 as part of NSS 72nd Round.

This report provides National and State/UT level broad features pertaining to income from and expenditure for various economic activities performed by the agricultural households, including farm and non-farm business and wage/salaried employment and the expenditure incurred on productive assets during the agricultural year July 2012 - June 2013.

More than half of people in rural areas still go for open defecation finds this survey on 'Swachhta' Status conducted by the NSSO during May-June 2015 covering 3,788 villages and 2,907 urban blocks.

Urban India is more sick than the rural hinterland despite the mushrooming of health and wellness clinics and super-specialty hospitals, besides better per capita earnings. And this could well be attributed to increasing pollution levels and unhealthy dietary habits.

This report presents estimates of various characteristics pertaining to social consumption of education at national as well as State/UT levels in 2014, based on the results of NSS 71st round survey. NSSO had conducted an all-India household survey on education during the period January – June, 2014.

The National Sample Survey Office (NSSO), as a part of its 70th round during the period January 2013 - December 2013, carried out an all India household survey on the situation of Land and Livestock Holdings in India.

This report provides information on some key indicators of employment and unemployment and other features among persons of major religious groups viz., Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Sikhism and the rest (Jainism, Buddhism, Zoroastrianism and others) referred to as 'Others' at all-India 'and State/UT level.

This report is based on the Situation Assessment Survey (SAS) of Agricultural Households conducted in the 70th round of NSS during January 2013 to December 2013. The survey, conducted in the rural areas of the country with its two visits, was spread over 4529 villages covering 35200 households.

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