On the sectoral impact of demonetisation, the survey said agriculture, cement, fertilizers, automobile, textiles, real estate and retail will have negative impact.
The department added that "total confidentiality is ensured" under the scheme that is open till March 31.
"Income Tax Department is already taking actions in cases where cash deposits above Rs 50,000 have been made without quoting of PAN.
The Revenue Department's response was on the impact of demonetisation on economic growth, sources said.
The billionaire businessman and reality television star promised to stir a "new national pride" and protect America from the "ravages" of countries he says have stolen US jobs.
The pace of decision-making is "faster in China than us", Mr Gadkari said, adding that therefore, it happens at times that there is an opportunity but someone else takes it away.
Top economic leaders hoped that 'revolution' in Washington - referring to Donald Trump assuming office of the US President from Friday - would not be as bad as was feared.
A Public Interest Litigation calls for the delay over concerns that the Modi government could seek to influence the outcome of the polls with populist spending promises.
The country's current account deficit has shaped up because of "prudent" fiscal management and the economy has been growing in the past decade despite 2008 global financial crisis, he said.
According to Mr Nilekani, debit and credit cards will continue to be the payment modes as there is a section of the market that will need cards.
Speaking at a panel decision, on 'India's Time to Transform', at the annual World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, she said it may sound 'propagandist' but one needs a strong and courageous leadership to take such a bold step.
The ceremony marks the beginning of the printing of documents which are part of the Union Budget 2017-18.
Post demonetisation of old 500 and 1,000 rupee notes, the government had allowed the junked currency to be deposited in bank accounts during a 50-day window ending December 30, 2016.
The report said post demonetisation, staples like soaps and detergents would see little impact because of need-based demand.
The Cabinet meeting headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi also approved providing one-time loan of Rs 45,000 crore from NSSF to FCI to meet its food subsidy requirements.
This is in addition to the present functions performed by 'Alternative Mechanism' as has been approved by CCEA in August, 2014, said the statement issued after the Cabinet meeting.
The post-facto approval was granted at a meeting of the Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi here.
Mr Debroy said it would take at least six months before one can come to a conclusion on the note ban's impact on the economy.
About Rs 15.4 lakh crore worth 500 and 1,000 rupees notes were removed from circulation after the November 8 announcement from the government.
The fears of India deviating from its target of reducing public debt come at a time when India's GDP expansion is expected to slow down due to demonetisation.