What is the rank of India in HDI in 2012?

What is the rank of India in HDI in 2012?

0.597 134º
India – Human Development Index – HDI

Date HDI HDI Ranking
2012 0.597 134º
2011 0.588 135º
2010 0.579 135º
2009 0.569 135º

What rank is India in HDI?

Human Development Report 2020: Out of 189 countries, India has ranked 131 on the Human Development Index 2020 prepared by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). With an HDI value of 0.645, the country fell in the medium human development category.

What is the rank of India in HDI in 2011?

According to HDR 2011, the HDI for India was 0.547 in 2011 with an overall global ranking of 134(out of the 187 countries) compared to 119 (out of 169 countries) as per HDR 2010.

What is a good HDI index?

HDI is divided into four tiers: very high human development (0.8-1.0), high human development (0.7-0.79), medium human development (0.55-. 70), and low human development (below 0.55).

What is the HDI rank of India in 2013?

135 out of 187 countries
“India’s HDI value for 2013 is 0.586 – which falls in the medium human development category – positioning the country at 135 out of 187 countries. Between 1980 to 2013, India’s HDI value increased from 0.369 to 0.586,” said the UNDP report released today.

What is the HDI rank of India in 2014?

United Nations declared India’s HDI is 0.586 in 2014, a 5.77% increase over 2012.

Why is India’s HDI so low?

The country’s unsatisfactory ranking can be due to various reasons such as inequality, inadequate medical and education services, population explosion. However, one of the biggest contributors to India’s low HDI is unemployment.

Which country stand best rank than India in HDR 2013?

Russia secured the highest rank at 57, followed by Brazil at 79 and China at 91.

What is India’s rank according to 2015 HD?

130th out of 188 countries
India has been ranked 130th out of 188 countries in the 2015 Human Development Index (HDI), according to the Human Development Report 2015. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) published the report (UNDP). The HDI is a UNDP-measured average of a country’s specific human development achievements.

Which state has highest HDI in India?

India has a HDI value (using international goalposts) of 0.504 (Table 3). The HDI is the highest for Kerala (0.625) followed by Punjab (0.569) and the lowest for Orissa (0.442), Bihar (0.447) and Chhattisgarh (0.449).