Making significant strides in the tourism sector, India has improved its share in international tourism receipts during the course of past decade .Tourism has emerged as India’s fourth biggest major foreign exchange earner. India’s foreign exchange earnings from the tourism sector is growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of about 13 per cent […]
National Highways carry about 40% of the total road traffic and play a significant role in movement of people and products apart from setting up of industrial belts in its vicinity. CAGR of 2.6% in the past 11 years with maximum addition of 5884 kms during the year 2011-12 which is more than the additions […]
India has seen a tremendous growth in terms of enrolment at Diploma/Certificate, undergraduate and post graduate level in 2009-10 with respect to 1995-96. During the period compound annual growth rate of enrolment at graduate level was observed to be 15%.
The chart demonstrates an inverse relationship between female literacy rate and maternal mortality rate. There has been a relationship shown that demonstrates if maternal mortality rate decreases, so does the infant mortality rate. The education of women can be correlated to the level of knowledge they have about infant nutrition and their own nutrition, both […]
The literacy rate went up from 64.84% in 2001 to 74.04% in 2011 showing an increase of 9.20%. Lakshadweep followed Kerala (93.91%) with a literacy level of 92.28%, while Bihar remained at the bottom of the ladder with a literacy rate of 63.82% followed by Arunachal Pradesh at 66.95% in 2011.Ten states and UTs viz. […]
The Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) for 19 States and 7 UTs out of the 35 States/UTs in India have an IMR less than the all India figure of 44 per thousand in 2011. While, Goa and Manipur have the lowest IMR of 11 each followed by Kerala with IMR 12, the highest IMR of 59 […]
According to the census 2011 data, India’s demography is witnessing a new trend of declining child population of the age groups 0-6 years and 7-14 years. A drop in the proportion of population in the lower age groups as compared to 2001 census shows declining fertility rates in India and baby boom from the mid […]
Out of 35 states and UTs, 21 are lying under the range more than 2 whereas 6 are falling 1-2 and others 8 are in the 1 or below. Mizoram has the highest rate 10.1 where Lakshadweep is 0.
General Index Inflation has been consistently fuelled by Food inflation for the past several months. The supply constraints does not seems to be easing off despite the full cropping season (almost 2 Kharif and 1 Rabi) having passed by during the period March 2012 – August 2013.