India Centric Content
Databases that include particularly India centric information and data.
- AIR Criminal Law Journal (1950-June 2020)
- AIR High Court (1935-June 2020)
- AIR Supreme Court Weekly (1950-June 2020)
- AIR Privy Council (1900-1950)
Provides access to Indian cases and judgments of the particular area and jurisdiction. The database contains supreme court, high court and criminal law cases and judgments.
Annual Reports Library provides 1,18,300+ annual reports from 14,313 BSE and NSE-listed companies, spanning the years 1997 to 2021.
Provides information and insights on the new capacities coming up in India in the near or medium-term future. The database will help financial markets look for funding opportunities, construction companies and capital goods providers for business opportunities, policy makers for possible new employment potential or infrastructure gaps, analysts for future industry structure and competition.
Provides information and insights on the new capacities coming up in India in the near or medium-term future. The database will help financial markets look for funding opportunities, construction companies and capital goods providers for business opportunities, policy makers for possible new employment potential or infrastructure gaps, analysts for future industry structure and competition. Online, projects since 1995. Over 43,000 projects have been tracked.
Provides real-time spot and futures prices, market intelligence, historical fundamental data and forecasts for agricultural crops. Commodities deliver data on prices for 200 varieties of 70 commodities from 150 markets. It also contains statistics on area, production and yield up to the district-level.
Provides data on households survey of India, Consumer Pyramids includes the following databases:
People of India dx: This database provides information on the members of the household. It includes identity indicators of the members, their education level, occupation, self-reported health status and financial inclusion. It also includes the employment/unemployment status and associated labour market indicators. The employment/unemployment database has been expanded substantially. The People of India database is now offered in only the waves frequency. This reflects the manner in which the data is collected. It is collected once every wave for each member of the sample households. It reflects the position of members of households as of the date of the survey.
Aspirational India dx: This database provides information on the assets owned by the household, assets they intend to buy in the near future and assets that they bought in the recent past. It also includes status on whether the household has saved in specific financial instruments or whether it intends to save in them and, whether the household has borrowed and if so, from which sources and for what purpose. Besides, now the consumer sentiments responses are also provided in this database. This database is now offered in only the wave frequency. This reflects the manner in which the data is collected. It is collected once every wave for each of the sample households.
Income Pyramids dx: This service was earlier available as "Composition of Incomes". A truncated version was also available in "Household Income & Expenses". "Composition of Incomes" is now renamed to "Income Pyramids". Income information of a household continues to be presented in two files. One presents the income earned by a household from all sources including that which can be attributed to specific members and separately, that which cannot be attributed to specific individual members. The second file presents member wise income.
This information is only provided in monthly frequency. Monthly income of all months since January 2014 of all responding households and members is released in this service. The Waves presentation of this information has been discontinued. Income data for a month is released four months after the end of the month.
Consumption Pyramids dx: This service presents data in two files. One file provides the monthly time-series of expenditure on over a hundred individual expense items. Monthly expenses of all months since January 2014 of all responding households are made available in this service. Expenses data for a month is released four months after the end of the month. The second file contains the weekly expense incurred by households on select fast-moving expense items. This is new in the CP-DX offering. This is an observation made once for each household during a Wave. So, it contains the expenses made by the households on the select expense items during the seven days preceding the day of the survey.
Provides forecasts on growth, inflation, fiscal balance, balance of payments, corporate earnings and a host of sectorial indicators. The database has a huge depository of historical time series data which continuously updated.
CMIE First Source is a query-able database of all companies registered in India. It has information on over 1.9 million companies, 2.8 million signatories (directors), 1.1 million charges on assets, 0.5 million annual reports, etc.
Its covers around hundred industries. It presents detailed data on; demand and supply, prices, financial performance and investments, etc. of the industries. This includes forecasts and descriptive analysis of the current trends.
"Prowess Application for Credit Evaluation (PACE)" is a database application that enables evaluation of corporate credit proposals of banks and NBFCs. The principal source of this database is Annual Reports of individual companies and it covers approx. 51,262 listed and unlisted companies that are updated continuously with 10-years historical data. It provides a set of analytical ratios built over a standardized database which is a pre-requisite for evaluation of credit proposals in banks. It also provides financial data and analytical ratios as well as peer comparison and industry benchmark comparison tables on a multidimensional level.
Provides comprehensive compilation of state level statistics. Statistics are sourced from official documents of state government. The database includes socio economic indicator of all the states.
India exports and imports about 10,000 commodities to and from nearly 200 countries/regions. The database provides monthly statistics on this trade. It includes quantity, value and unit value in respect of each products exported or imported. The monthly time-series is available for up to ten years. Annual series is available for about 15 years.
The CSR database provides information of CSR activity of indian listed companies. The data includes Financial Year, Average Net Profit of last three Financial Years, Prescribed CSR Expenditure, Sector in which the CSR Activity is covered and State in which the Expenditure is done. It also provides CSR Board Committee details and the reasons for unspent amounts. Additionaly, Its provide CSR report extracted from the annual report of the particular company.
- Campus wide Access
The District GDP is the database on the Indian economy, contains information on the performance of the economy at the district level. More importantly, it provides sector wise estimates of GDP for each of the districts of India (as per Census 2011).
It provides; Aggregate GDP, Primary sector (agriculture, mining, fishing, forestry, livestock), Secondary sector (construction, electricity, gas & water supply, manufacturing), Tertiary sector (transport, storage & communication, trade, hotel & restaurant, public administration, banking & insurance, others) - Overall 3 major sectors and all sub-sectors of the economy. Per worker and per capita GDP & sectoral share across all sectors (at current prices) from 2001-02 t0 2015-16. GDP forecast for the above mentioned sectors till 2017-18. GDP of IT- manufacturing and IT- services (at current and constant prices) & per worker GDP IT-manufacturing and IT-services (at current prices) for 2001-02 to 2015-16.
- Restricted Access (CyberLab PC-8 in the Library )
Provides time series data on financial markets, banking statistics, domestic product of states of India, price indices, agricultural statistics, power sector, industrial production, etc. It also includes economic and market reviews and research notes on Indian macro economy and financial markets.
- Campus wide Access
It is a collection of interdisciplinary Indian journals and research publications. Library subscribes 33 journals related to business, economic and social science.
Source for Indian statistics collected from the government sources for information and statistics on India. It provides socio-economic statistical data and useful information on India.
ISID Database provides the Indexes for 224 Indian Social Science Journals & Press Clippings on diverse social science subjects. Under Other Research References provides data on:
- Union Budget Speeches
- Economic Survey Review Chapters
- National Policy Documents
- Other Important Documents
- Indian Statistical Indicators
- International Statistical Indicators
- Campus wide Access
It provides the secondary data for socioeconomic variables and market intelligence up to district level for all the states and union territories of India. It also provides Market Potential Index (MPI) and other data, in separate views for rural, urban, and the total Indian market for 630 districts.
The Vikram Sarabhai Library (VSL) is named after Dr. Vikram Sarabhai, world renowned physicist and founding Director of IIMA. It was set up in 1962 and is one of the best management libraries in Asia. The library is open 24x7. Our mission is to facilitate convenient and user friendly access to current, global and relevant information by identifying, acquiring, organizing and retrieving information in various formats (print & non print) to serve the information needs of the academic fraternity of IIMA to meet their teaching, research, consulting, training and learning requirements.
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