Madhya Pradesh estimated fertility indicators at the district level
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Published by The Institute in Jaipur, India .
Written in English

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StatementDevendra Kothari ; assisted by Keshav Kaushal ... [et al.] ; sponsored by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India, New Delhi ; prepared by Indian Institute of Health Management Research.
ContributionsKaushal, Keshav., India. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare., Indian Institute of Health Management Research, Jaipur.
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 92/60063
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Paginationx, 180 leaves
Number of Pages180
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Open LibraryOL1371150M
LC Control Number92902267

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  Newsroom24x7 Network. Mumbai: The Handbook of Statistics on Indian States released today by Reserve Bank of India shows Madhya Pradesh lagging behind most states when it comes to addressing issues like poverty, illiteracy, infant mortality and dearth of employment for the masses The RBI report gives detailed statistics of social and demographic indicators. Fertility is an important indicator of population change in our country. Madhya Pradesh, an EAG state, has extremely high fertility (MCEB and TFR ) when comparison made with the country. Convergence in Rural and Urban Fertility. Achala Srivastava Research Associate, Giri Institute of Development Studies, Aliganj, Lucknow. Generally fertility rates in rural areas are higher than that in urban areas. The rural-urban gap in the total fertility rate is narrowing but is still significant. There is still a lack of studies fo. Madhya Pradesh. Total number of literates in Madhya Pradesh is 4,38,27, wherein 1,79,79, are females and 2,58,48, are males. In , literacy rate of Madhya Pradesh is per cent as compared to per cent in the year During the last decade the rise in literacy rate of Madhya Pradesh is percentage points.

The data on most of the fertility indicators has been presented by age, sex and residence for all India and bigger States. It also includes data on fertility by level of education, order of birth, birth interval and medical attention at birth. Apart from the fertility indicators at .   In particular, we examine the level of access that poor women have to safe abortion services in Madhya Pradesh. This study consisted of a cross-sectional client follow-up design. A total of 19 facilities were selected using two-stage random sampling and women presenting to chosen facilities with abortion and post-abortion complications Cited by: 1. These district level indicators were. Multidimensional indicators were estimated for districts in () for a district in Madhya : Aasha Kapur Mehta. A district (zilā) is an administrative division of an Indian state or some cases districts are further subdivided into sub-divisions, and in others directly into tehsils or of there are a total of districts, up from the in the Census of India and the recorded in the Census of India.. District officials include:Areas: Largest: Kutch, Gujarat—45, km² (17, .

District wise per capita income of Madhya Pradesh at current and constant prices. Per capita income, also known as income per person, is the mean income of the people in an economic unit such as a country, state or District.   Bihar has the highest rate of population growth in the period of – Kerala has the lowest. West Bengal Maharshtra, Tamilnadu were in the range of 13–17 % decadal population growth rate. If one goes through more deep data at district leve. About Madhya Pradesh Economic Association. Madhya Pradesh Economic Association (MPEA) was formed in with a vision to provide a platform for economists, academicians, researchers, policymakers and students to come forward and exchange views on various issues pertaining to the economy of Madhya Pradesh. A social organisation from Bhikangaon town in Madhya Pradesh's Khargone district has got its name registered in the Golden Book of World Records by conducting blood tests on as many as 2,