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Haryana-the reserve bank of India

Updated on October 16, 2011
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Haryana-the reserve bank of India

Haryana is the holiest state of India. It has very good and memorable history. Haryana is rich in Agriculture. Haryana and Punjab are the food bank of India. Chandigarh is the capital of Haryana and one thing I will like to add here Chandigarh is the capital of Punjab and Haryana both. Haryana has created a place of distinction for itself during the past three decades, as it contributes close to 3 period of India's national income.
The state economy has grown at a high rate, generally, exceeding the national growth rate since 1999-2000 and over going close to 7 percent growth. Haryana has exhibited above average performance in all sectors and this is reflected in its high per capita income at Rs35, 717 compared to the national figure of Rs 25858 low levels of poverty are also reflected in the head count ratio of 8.7 percent compared to India's 26.1 percent.
Roughly 85 percent of the total area of Haryana is cultivable with a well equipped irrigation network covering about 86percent of the total area under cultivation food grain yield has always been much higher than the national average. The second highest in the country after Punjab. Both Punjab and Haryana were pioneer states in the green revolution. The main crops grown are wheat, rice, sugarcane and cotton but Haryana took up the production of oilseed as well in a bid of resuscitate it's farming sector close to 50% of the credit for small borrowers accounts were given for agriculture needs in the state the highest proportion in the country. Automobiles, auto components, textiles, bicycle, tractors, glass and cement factories are situated here-77.3% of its manufacturing sectors stems from registered units showing the presence of large-scale industrial activity.
Haryana is the third largest exporter of software among the Indian state and is also one of the most preferred destinations for information technology. There is tremendous scope in this state for retail trade and real estate due to its location advantage neighboring Delhi. Haryana always lies in News for the largest special Economic zone in the country, promoted by India's largest industrial house.
Sixty nine percent of the citizens of Haryana live in rural area. It is hearing to see that 99% of the villages are connected with good (pucca) roads. Equipped with 91 percent electricity in all households. The installed electricity generation of in the state is 4,033 mega watts and most of the generation depends upon thermal plants. Hydro power generating units are owned jointly with other states.
Haryana has a very good record at ensuring that children remain in school. For higher education Haryana has 41 engineering and technical colleges with an annual intake of more than 10,000 students and eight medical colleges offering 160 seats. It has currently proposed to build a word-class education city to provide facilities to students from all across the country and abroad.
The main city of Haryana is gurgaon, Ambala, Panipat, karnal, Kurukshetra, Sonipat etc.
The districts and their Area are as follows:-
Bhiwani:-4778 Sq km.
Faridabad:-2151 Sq km.
Fatehabad:-2528 Sq km.
Gurgaon:-2766 Sq km.
Hisar:-3983 Sq km.
Jhajjar:-1834 Sq km.
Jind:-2702 Sq km.
Kaithal:-2317 Sq km.
Karnal:-2520 Sq km.
Kurukshetra:-1530 Sq km.
Mahendragadh:-1859 Sq km.
Panchkula:-898 Sq km.
Panipat:-1268 Sq km.
Rewari:-1582 Sq km.
Rohtak:-1745 Sq km.
Sirsa:-4277 Sq km.
Sonipat:-2122 Sq km.
Yamunanagar:-1768 Sq km.


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