Example 1.
Calculate the value added by firm A and firm B.
Particulars | ₹ in crores |
(i) Domestic Sales by firm A | 4,000 |
(ii) Exports by firm A | 1,000 |
(iii) Purchase by firm A | 200 |
(iv) Sales by firm B | 2,940 |
(v) Purchase by firm B | 1,300 |
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Example 11.
From the following data, calculate Net value added at factor cost.
Particulars | ₹ in Crores |
(i) Total Sales | 1,000 |
(ii) Decrease in Stock | 70 |
(iii) Production for Self Consumption | 120 |
(iv) Purchase of raw materials | 300 |
(v) Exports | 150 |
(vi) Electricity Charges | 50 |
(vii) Income Tax | 20 |
(viii) Goods and Services Tax (GST) | 70 |
(ix) Subsidy | 40 |
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Example 13.
From the following data, calculate Net Domestic Product at factor cost.
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Example 14.
Firm A Sells to firm B for Rs 50 crores and for Rs 70 crores to providte consumption.
Firm B sells for Rs 80 crores to firm C .Firm C sells for Rs 100 Crores to provite comsumption.
Calculate value added by Firm A,Band C.
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Example 15.
Firm A buys from X inputs worth ₹ 500 crores and sells to firm B good worth
₹ 1,000 crores and to firm C goods worth ₹ 700 crores. Firm B buys from Y inputs goods worth ₹ 200
crores and sells to firm C goods worth ₹ 1,500 crores and finished goods worth ₹ 2,000 crores
to households. Firm C buys from Z inputs worth ₹ 150 crores and sells finished goods worth
₹ 4,150 croses to households. Calculate value added by firms A, B and C and GDP _{ MP. }
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GDP _{ MP } = VALUE ADDED BY (A + B + C)
GDP _{ MP } = 1200 + 2300 + 1800 = 5300 Crores
Example 17.
In an economy, industry P sells output to Q. Q sells output to R for ₹ 600. Q's
value added is 1/2 of P's value added. Assuming P's value of inputs are 0, calculate how much
P sells to Q.
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Assuming sales by P to Q - x
P's sales = Q's Intermediate Consumption
Q's output = 1/2 of P's Value added
Q's output* = 1/2 * x
600 - x = x/2
2*(600-x) = x
1200 - 2x = x
1200 = x + 2x
1200 = 3x
x = 1200/3
x = ₹ 400
Therefore, P sells output worth ₹ 400 to Q.
Q's output* = Sales - Intermediate Consumption
Q's output = 600 - x
Example 18.
Sales by Firm A are ₹ 80 crores and sales by firm Bare ₹ 300 crores. Value added
by B and C are equal. Value of output of C and D are ₹ 280 crores each. Value added by D
is ₹ 120 crores and GDP MP is ₹ 520 crores. Assuming A's value of inputs are zero, calculate:
(i) Value added by firm B and firm C; (ii) Value of Inputs of firm B; (iii) Value of Inputs of firm C.
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In this ques,
we are given that
Value added by Firm b = Value added by Firm C
Assuming Value added by Firm B and C = "x"
In this ques,
we are given GDP mp = 520
GDP MP = Value Added by Firm ( A + B + C + D)
520 = 80 + x + x + 120
520 = 2x + 200
2x = 520 - 200
2x = 320
x = 160 Crores
Value of Input of Firm B = Output - Input
160 = 300 - Input
Input = 300-160 = 140 Crores
Value of Input of Firm C = Output - Input
160 = 280 - Input
Input = 280-160 = 120 Crores
Example 19.
Firm A spent Rs 500 crores on non-factor inputs and sold goods worth Rs 600 crores
to firm B and ₹ 300 crores to firm C. Firm B whose value added is ₹ 1,000 crores sold half its
output to firm Cand half to firm D. Value added by firm C is 1/2 of value added of firm D. Firm
C and Firm D sold their entire output to households. Value of Output of firm Cis equal to firm
B's value of output. Calculate value of output of firm D.
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Example 25.
Calculate the Operating Surplus.
Particulars | ₹ in Crores |
(i) Sales | 4,000 |
(ii) Compensation of employees | 800 |
(iii) Intermediate consumption | 600 |
(iv) Rent | 400 |
(v) Interest | 300 |
(vi) Net indirect taxes | 500 |
(vii) Consumption of fixed capital | 200 |
(viii) Mixed income | 400 |
Answer
Operating Surplus= Sales - Intermediate Consumption-Net indirect tax-Dep-Compensation to employees-Mixed Income
Operating Surplus = 4000 - 600 - 500 - 200 - 800 - 400
Operating Surplus = 1,500 Crores
Example 31.
Calculate National Income by Income and Expenditure method.
Particulars | ₹ in crores |
(i) Final Consumption Expenditure | |
Private Sector | 350 |
Government Sector | 100 |
(ii) Mixed income of self employed | 35 |
(iii) Gross domestic fixed capital formation | 70 |
(iv) Opening stock | 15 |
(v) Compensation of employees | 250 |
(vi) Closing stock | 25 |
(vii) Imports | 20 |
(viii) Rent | 75 |
(ix) Consumption of fixed capital | 10 |
(x) Net indirect taxes | 25 |
(xi) Interest | 25 |
(xii) Net factor income from abroad | -5 |
(xiii) Exports | 10 |
(xiv) Profit | 100 |
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Example 32.
Calculate National Income by Income and Expenditure method.
Particulars | ₹ in crores |
(i) Compensation of employees | 250 |
(ii) Imports | 20 |
(iii) Mixed income of self employed | 50 |
(iv) Gross fixed capital formation | 120 |
(v) Private final consumption expenditure | 550 |
(vi) Consumption of fixed capital | 10 |
(vii) Net factor income from abroad | 20 |
(viii) Indirect taxes | 100 |
(ix) Change in stock | 20 |
(x) Subsidies | 20 |
(xi) Rent | 100 |
(xii) Interest | 200 |
(xiii) Profit | 50 |
(xiv) Exports | 10 |
(xv) Government final consumption expenditure | 60 |
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Example 33.
From the following data, calculate National Income by (a) Income method and
(b) Expenditure method:
Particulars | ₹ in crores |
(i) Private final consumption expenditure | 2,000 |
(ii) Net capital formation | 400 |
(iii) Change in stock | 50 |
(iv) Compensation of employees | 1,900 |
(v) Rent | 200 |
(vi) Interest | 150 |
(vii) Operating surplus | 720 |
(viii) Net indirect tax | 400 |
(ix) Employee ₹ ' contribution to social security schemes | 100 |
(x) Net exports | 20 |
(xi) Net factor income from abroad | (-) 20 |
(xii) Government final consumption expenditure | 600 |
(xiii) Consumption of fixed capital | 100 |
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Example 34.
From the following data, calculate National Income by Income and Expenditure Methods:
Particulars | ₹ in crores |
(i) Government final consumption expenditure | 100 |
(ii) Subsidies | 10 |
(iii) Rent | 200 |
(iv) Wages and salaries | 600 |
(v) Indirect taxes | 60 |
(vi) Private final consumption expenditure | 800 |
(vii) Gross domestic capital formation | 120 |
(viii) Social security contribution by employer | 55 |
(ix) Royalty | 25 |
(x) Net factor income paid to abroad | 30 |
(xi) Interest | 20 |
(xii) Consumption of fixed capital | 10 |
(xiii) Profit | 130 |
(xiv) Net exports | 70 |
(xv) Change in Stock | 50 |
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