send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org mentioning your email id and mobileno registered with us! if details not recieved
Resend Opt after 60 Sec.
Please verify your mobile number
Subscribe to Notifications
Stay updated with the latest Current affairs and other important updates regarding video Lectures, Test Schedules, live sessions etc..
Refer & Earn
My Abhipedia Earning
Kindly Login to view your earning
What is the news?
=> On the occasion of the Good Governance Day (25th December), the government released the Good Governance Index 2021.
=> The index was prepared by the Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances (DARPG), Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions.
=> GGI is a comprehensive and implementable framework to assess the State of Governance across the States and UTs which enables ranking of States/Districts.
Basis of the Ranking:
=> It is based on ten sectors and 58 indicators. The sectors are-
1. Agriculture and Allied Sectors
2. Commerce & Industries
3. Human Resource Development
4. Public Health
5. Public Infrastructure & Utilities
6. Economic Governance
7. Social Welfare & Development
8. Judicial & Public Security
10. Citizen-Centric Governance
Ranking of the States:
The Index categorises States and UTs into four categories, i.e.
1. Union Territories:Delhi tops the composite rank
2. North-East and Hill States:Himachal Pradesh topped the list followed by Mizoram and Uttarakhand.
3. Other States – Group A:Gujarat has topped the composite ranking
4. Other States – Group B:Madhya Pradesh tops the list
=> Quality of education in Assam has recorded a growth rate of 0.40 per cent
=> Assam has also registered an industrial growth rate of 18.02 per cent from GGI 2019 to GGI 2020-21.
=> The Gender Parity Index also witnessed a marginal increase from 1.02 per cent to 1.04 per cent in the State.
=> However, the enrolment ratio of SC& ST has witnessed a marginal decrease of 0.62 per cent from 0.76 per cent.
By: ASRAF UDDIN AHMED ProfileResourcesReport error
Access to prime resources