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Number of employees in micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) across India in FY 2007, by social category and type
(in thousands)
Number of employees in MSMEs in India - by social category and type FY 2007
This statistic depicts the number of employees in micro, small and medium enterprises or MSMEs across India in financial year 2007, broken down by social category and type. In that year, the highest number of employees from economically backward classes in unregistered MSMEs belonged to the Other Backward Class (OBC), amounting to approximately 15 million. The lowest number belonged to Scheduled Tribes amounting to about 45,000 and worked in the registered sector.
Number of employees in micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) across India in FY 2007, by social category and type
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Source

Release date

February 2016

Region

India

Survey time period

FY 2007

Special properties

India's financial year begins in April and ends in March. For example, FY 2007 started in April 2006 and ended in March 2007.

Supplementary notes

Note: According to the source, figures are based the latest census conducted (Fourth All India Census of MSME in FY 2007). The results of Economic Census 2005 were excluded from the Fourth All India Census of MSMEs for the unregistered sector. This includes wholesale/retail trade, legal, educational and social services, hotel and restaurants, transports and storage and warehousing (except cold storage).
In India, scheduled caste and scheduled tribe (SC/ST) and OBCs are officially recognized by the constitution as groups of disadvantaged indigenous people. They are the primary beneficiaries of reservation policies under the constitution. The colloquial terms for SCs and STs are Dalits and Adivasis respectively.
Figures have been rounded for clarity.

Number of employees in MSMEs in India - by social category and type FY 2007
This statistic depicts the number of employees in micro, small and medium enterprises or MSMEs across India in financial year 2007, broken down by social category and type. In that year, the highest number of employees from economically backward classes in unregistered MSMEs belonged to the Other Backward Class (OBC), amounting to approximately 15 million. The lowest number belonged to Scheduled Tribes amounting to about 45,000 and worked in the registered sector.
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