In terms of per capita income, the capital Lucknow ranks fifth at the bottom and Gautam Budha Nagar district at the top of the state. At the same time, the eastern Bahraich district has the worst per capita income. It is published through the annual per capita income published by the Department of Economics and Statistics of Uttar Pradesh. In terms of per capita income, it is the fourth highest in the district and 30th among Aligarh per capita income.
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If we review the statistics from 2011-17-1-17 to 2011-19-1 of, then the per capita annual income of Mahoba district has come down from 2011-17 to about 13.5 thousand and 555, 9, which is 2011-17. The annual income is less than 2500 as compared to -1-17. Gautam Buddha Nagar in UP is the only district with an annual per capita income of over five lakhs. At the same time, the per capita annual income of Meerut and its districts including the capital Lucknow is more than one lakh. In the remaining districts of Uttar Pradesh, less than one lakh per capita annually. In 4 districts of the state, the per capita annual income is less than one lakh to 50 thousand, in the remaining 25 districts the per capita income is less than 50 thousand.
The per capita income in Hathras has doubled
Hatras district’s annual per capita income is 201-18-1. It has doubled in 2011-19-1 in comparison to last year. 201 2016-1. The per capita monthly income was 4622 in the year, but it increased by 325.16 in 2017-18 to stand at 4976.91. 3061.34 increased to 8038.25 in 2018-19. The highest per capita income in the state has increased.
The per capita income of Mahoba district has declined rapidly: In 2011-1a-1-17, Mahoba’s per capita monthly income was Rs. 50506.56. At the same time, the monthly Aryan rose by Rs 913 in 2017-18 to Rs 7419.58. At the same time, per capita monthly income decreased by Rs 1062.75 in 2018-19 and stood at 6298.25.