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[IWS] INDIA COUNTRY REPORT 2013: STATISTICAL APPRAISAL (29 August 2013)

IWS Documented News Service

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Institute for Workplace Studies----------------- Professor Samuel B. Bacharach

School of Industrial & Labor Relations-------- Director, Institute for Workplace Studies

Cornell University

16 East 34th Street, 4th floor---------------------- Stuart Basefsky

New York, NY 10016 -------------------------------Director, IWS News Bureau

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India

Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation

 

INDIA COUNTRY REPORT 2013: STATISTICAL APPRAISAL (29 August 2013)

SAARC Development Goals

http://mospi.nic.in/Mospi_New/upload/SAARC_Development_Goals_%20India_Country_Report_29aug13.pdf

[full-text, 98 pages]

 

Note: SAARC Development Goals are regionalized from of Millennium Development Goals

 

List of Tables

Table 1: Incidence of Poverty

Table 2: Consumption Share of the Poorest

Table 3: Households benefitting from selected food assistance schemes of the Government

Table 4: Percentage distribution of women and men aged 15-49 by frequency of consumption of specific foods, 2005-06

Table 5: Central Government Expenditure (Plan and non-Plan) on Social Services and Development

Table 6: Trends in Social Services Expenditure by General Government (Central and State Governments combined)

Table 7: Details of the Loan Disbursed/Beneficiaries covered under NSCFDC, NSKFDC and NBCFDC in 2012-13 (upto December 2012)

Table 8: Total and Surfaced Road Length by Categories in India

Table 9: Total number of registered motor vehicle in India

Table10: Over all status of Broadcasting and Cable TV Services

Table 11: Labour Force Participation Rate (LFPR) and Work Force Participation Rate (WFPR) during 2011-12

Table 12: Birth Registration of Children

Table 13: Proportion of Seats held by Women in National Parliament

Table 14: Allocations for women as reflected in the Gender Budget Statement

Table 15: Measured levels of expenditure on health in India

Table 16: Proportion of households having access to improved water resources

Table 17: Percentage Distribution of Households by Distance to Schools

Table 18: Percentage of Ever Enrolled but Currently not Attending Persons

Table 19: Percentage Distribution of Population (Age 15+) by Educational Attainment Levels in 2007-08

Table 20: Pupil Teacher Ratio

Table 21: Forest and Tree Cover of India 2007

Table 22: All-India Consumption of Fertilizers in Terms of Nutrients (N, P &K)

Table 23: Change in Waste Composition in Selected Cities

Table 24: Status of Municipal Solid Waste Management in Selected Metro Cities 2004-05

 

List of Figures

Figure 1: Trend in Nutritional Status of Children

Figure 2: Unemployment rate over the years

Figure 3: Total and surfaced road length in India

Figure 4: Wireless subscriber (Million)

Figure 5: Internet subscribers (Million)

Figure 6: Year-wise Village Electrification

Figure 7: Share of Women in Central Government Employment

Figure 8: Maternal Mortality Ratio

Figure 9: Reproductive Healthcare

Figure 10: Life Expectancy of Women and Men in India (years)

Figure 11: Trends in Vaccination

Figure 12: Infant Mortality Rate

Figure 13: Share of Health in General Government Expenditure

Figure 14: Declining Trends of HIV Epidemics in India, 2007-2011

Figure 15: Malaria Situation in the Country

Figure 16: Per cent persons never enrolled in different age-groups

Figure 17: Drop-out Rates at Elementary Stage

Figure 18: Adult (Age 15+) Literacy Rates in India

Figure 19: Forest Cover (Sq. Km.)

Figure 20: Total Forest Cover

Figure 21: Proportion of households by type of fuel usage

Figure 22: Composition of MSW in a Typical Indian City

 

 

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