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Table 33: Strengths & Weaknesses:  Manipur
Factors    Strong Criteria    Weak Criteria
        
Economic Strength    Per Capita SDP Growth (1.3)    Total Investment (1.7)
        Commercial Banks Credit Disbursement (1.10)
        
        
Business Efficiency    Industrial Labour Productivity Growth (2.3)    Registered Factories (2.1)
    Labour Cost (2.6)    Employment Growth (2.7)
        Profits in Manufacturing Industries (2.9)
        
Governance Quality    Cognizable Crimes (3.1)    Per Capita Plan Expenditure (3.6)
    Govt. Expenditure  (% of SDP) (3.2)    Transport & Communication Spending (3.8)
    Fiscal Deficit (3.4)    
    Expenditure on S&T (3.7)    
        
Human Resource    Death Rate (4.2)    Number of workers (4.3)
    Enrolment Ratio (Secondary Schools) (4.16)    Access to Sanitation (4.13)
    Public Expenditure on
Education (4.18)     Pupil-Teacher Ratio (Primary Schools) (4.17)
    Child Labor (4.25)    Female Literacy Rate (4.19)
        
Infrastructure     Universities (Nos) (5.9)    Rail Route kms (5.1)
    Secondary Schools (Nos) (5.11)    Drinking Water (5.15)
    Population Covered by Primary Health Centres (5.14)    Forest Area (5.17)
Figures in brackets are the criteria codes for details see Appendix 1

Table 34: Strengths & Weaknesses:  Meghalaya
Factors    Strong Criteria    Weak Criteria
        
Economic Strength    Share of Service (1.4)    SDP Growth (1.2)
    Consumer Prices (1.5)    Total Investment (1.7)
    FDI Inflow (1.8)    Commercial Banks Credit Disbursement (1.10)
        
Business Efficiency    Average Hours Worked (2.5)    Registered Factories (2.1)
        Industrial Labour Productivity Growth (2.3)
        Employment Growth (2.7)
        
Governance Quality    Cognizable Crimes (3.1)    Interest Payment (% of Revenue) (3.3)
    Transport & Communication Spending (3.8)    Fiscal Deficit (3.4)
        Revenue Receipts (3.5)
        
Human Resource    Pupil-Teacher Ratio (Primary Schools) (4.17)    Birth rate (4.1)
    Female Labor Participation (Rural) (4.20)    Industrial Workers (4.3)
    Unemployment Rate (4.24)    Immunization (4.9)
        Literacy Rate (4.14)
        
Infrastructure    Electricity Tariff (5.6)    Degree colleges (Nos) (5.10)
    T&D Losses of Electricity (5.8)    Drinking Water (5.15)
    Secondary Schools (Nos) (5.11)    
        
Figures in brackets are the criteria codes for details see Appendix 1

Table 35: Strengths & Weaknesses:  Mizoram
Factors    Strong Criteria    Weak Criteria
        
Economic Strength    Per Capita SDP (1.1)    SDP Growth (1.2)
    Share of Service (1.4)    Commercial Bank Deposits (1.9)
        Commercial Banks Credit Disbursement (1.10)
        
Business Efficiency    Small Scale Industries (2.10)    New Industries (Nos) (2.8)
        
Governance Quality    Revenue Receipts (3.5)    Cognizable Crimes (3.1)
    Per Capita Plan Expenditure (3.6)    Interest Payment (% of Revenue) (3.3)
    Transport & Communication Spending (3.8)    
        
Human Resource    Death Rate (4.2)    Public Expenditure on Education (4.18)
    Health Expenditure (4.12)    
    Literacy Rate (Total) (4.14)    
    Female Literacy Rate (4.19)    
    Female Labor Participation (Urban) (4.21)    
        
Infrastructure    Secondary Schools (Nos) (5.11)    Rail Route kms (5.1)
    Primary Schools (Nos) (5.12)    Universities (Nos) (5.9)
    Primary Health Centres (5.13)    Drinking Water (5.15)
    Forest Cover (5.17)    
Figures in brackets are the criteria codes for details see Appendix 1

Table 36: Strengths & Weaknesses:  Madhya Pradesh
Factors    Strong Criteria    Weak Criteria
        
Economic Strength    Consumer Prices (1.5)    Per Capita SDP (1.1)
    FDI Inflow (1.8)    Per Capita SDP Growth (1.3)
        Per Capita Consumption Expenditure (1.6)
        Commercial Bank Offices (1.11)
        
Business Efficiency    Industrial Labour Productivity (2.2)    Employment Growth (2.7)
    Profits in Manufacturing (2.9)    New Industries (2.8)
    Small Scale Industries (2.10)    Competent Senior Managers (2.12)
        
Governance Quality    Interest Payment (% of Revenue) (3.3)    Expenditure on S& T (3.7)
    Fiscal Deficit (3.4)    Reform Outlook (3.13)
    Per Capita Plan Expenditure (3.6)    Transparency (3.16)
    Government’s Finances in Next Two Years (3.18)    
        
Human Resource    Industrial Disputes (4.22)    Hospital Beds (4.11)
    Unemployment Rate (4.24)    Access to Sanitation (4.13)
    Female Labour Participation (Rural)(4.20)    Health Expenditure (4.12)
        
        
Infrastructure    Telephone Lines (5.3)    Availability of Power (5.19)
    Electricity Tariff (5.6)    Development and Maintenance of Infrastructure (5.20)
    Electricity Connected Villages (5.7)    Quality of Power (5.22)
    Secondary Schools (Nos) (5.11)    Safe Drinking Water (5.15)
    Primary Schools (Nos) (5.12)    
Figures in brackets are the criteria codes for details see Appendix 1

Table 37: Strengths & Weaknesses:  Nagaland
Factors    Strong Criteria    Weak Criteria
        
Economic Strength    Share of Service (1.4)    Per Capita SDP Growth (1.1)
    Per Capita Consumption Expenditure (1.6)    Commercial Bank Deposits (1.9)
         Commercial Banks Credit Disbursement (1.10)
        
Business Efficiency    Labour Cost (2.6)    Industrial Labour Productivity (2.2)
        Profits in Manufacturing (2.9)
        Small Scale Industries (Nos)(2.10)
        
Governance Quality    Cognizable Crimes (3.1)     Fiscal Deficit (3.4)
    Govt expenditure (% of SDP) (3.2)     Transport & Communication Spending (3.8)
    Revenue Receipts (3.5)    
    Per Capita Plan Expenditure (3.6)    
        
Human Resource    Female Labour Participation (Rural) (4.20)    Immunization  (4.9)
    Female Labor Participation (Urban) (4.21)    Access to Sanitation (4.13)
        
Infrastructure     Road Kms (5.2)    Rail Route Kms (5.1)
    Population Covered by Primary Health Centres (5.14)    Technical Institutes (Rs) (5.16)
    Drinking Water (5.15)    Infrastructure Expenditure (5.18)
Figures in brackets are the criteria codes for details see Appendix 1

Table 38: Strengths & Weaknesses:  Orissa
Factors    Strong Criteria    Weak Criteria
        
Economic Strength    Consumer Prices (1.5)    Per Capita SDP (1.1)
        SDP Growth (1.2)
        Per Capita Consumption Expenditure (1.6)
        Commercial Bank Deposits (1.9)
        
Business Efficiency    Capital Intensity (2.4)    Industrial Labour Productivity Growth (2.3)
    Average Hours Worked (2.5)    Employment Growth (2.7)
        Small Scale Industries (2.10)
        
Governance Quality    Government Expenditure (% of SDP) (3.2)    Fiscal Deficit (3.4)
    Expenditure on S & T (3.7)    Interest Payment (% of revenue) (3.3)
        Transport and Communication Spending (3.8)
        Govt. Finances in the Next Two Years (3.18)
        
Human Resource    Pupil-Teacher Ratio (Primary Schools) (4.17)    Death Rate (4.2)
    Mandays Lost (4.23)    Hospital Beds (4.11)
    Educational System (4.32)    Health Expenditure (4.12)
        Population Below Poverty Line (4.26)
        
Infrastructure     Road kms (5.2    Rail Route kms (5.1)
    Telephones Lines (5.3))     Universities  (Nos) (5.9)
    Availability of Power (5.19)    Drinking Water (5.15)
    Quality of Power (5.22)    
Figures in brackets are the criteria codes for details see Appendix 1

Table 39: Strengths & Weaknesses:  Punjab
Factors    Strong Criteria    Weak Criteria
        
Economic Strength    Consumer Prices (1.5)    Share of Service (1.4)
    Per Capita SDP (1.1)    FDI Inflow (1.8)
    Commercial Bank Deposits (1.9)    
    Commercial Bank Offices (1.11)    
        
Business Efficiency    Registered Factories (Nos) (2.1)    Capital Intensity (2.4)
    Industrial Labour Productivity Growth (2.3)    New Industries (2.8)
    Small Scale Industries (2.10)    Competent Senior Managers (2.12)
        
Governance Quality    Cognizable Crimes (3.1)    Fiscal Deficit (3.4)
    Revenue Receipts (3.5)    Computerization of Records (3.10)
    Transport & Communication Spending (3.8)    Govt. Procedures (3.15)
        
Human Resource    Life Expectancy (Male) (4.6)    Dependency Ratio (4.5)
    Life Expectancy (Female) (4.7)    Enrollment Ratio (Primary Schools) (4.15)
    Medical Practitioners (4.10)    Public Expenditure on Education (4.18)
    Population Below Poverty Line (4.26)    
    Labour Relations (4.29)    
        
Infrastructure    Rail Route kms (5.1)    Secondary Schools (Nos) (5.11)
    Cellular Subscribers (5.4)    Primary Health Centres (5.13)
    Electricity Generation Capacity (5.5)    Forest Cover (5.17)
    Drinking water (5.15)    
    Infrastructure Expenditure (5.18)    
Figures in brackets are the criteria codes for details see Appendix 1

Table 40: Strengths & Weaknesses:  Rajasthan
Factors    Strong Criteria    Weak Criteria
        
Economic Strength         Share of Services (1.4)
        Commercial Bank Deposits (1.9)
        Commercial Bank Offices (1.11)
        
Business Efficiency    Average Hours Worked (2.5)    Small Scale Industries (2.10)
    Labour Cost (2.6)    Competent Senior Managers (2.12)
    Capital Intensity (2.4)    
        
Governance Quality    Government Expenditure (% of SDP) (3.2)    Per Capita Plan Expenditure (3.6)
    Entry/Local Taxes (3.17)    Transport & Communication Spending (3.8)
        Govt. Procedures (3.15)
        
Human Resource    Enrollment Ratio (Secondary Schools) (4.16)    Birth Rate (4.1)
    Unemployment Rate (4.24)    Immunization (4.9)
    Per Capita Protein Intake (4.28)    Literacy Rate (4.14)
        Female Literacy Rate (4.19)
        
Infrastructure     Infrastructure Expenditure (5.18)    Rail Route Kms (5.1)
    Availability of Power (5.19)    Road kms (5.2)
    Development  & Maintenance of Infrastructure (5.20)    Universities  (Nos) (5.9)
    Urban Infrastructure (5.21)    Forest Cover (5.17)
    Quality of Power (5.22)    
Figures in brackets are the criteria codes for details see Appendix 1

Table 41: Strengths & Weaknesses:  Sikkim
Factors    Strong Criteria    Weak Criteria
        
Economic Strength    Commercial Bank Deposits (1.9)    Total Investment (1.7)
    Per Capita SDP (1.1)    Per Capita Consumption Expenditure (1.6)
        
Business Efficiency        Small Scale Industries (2.10)
        New Industries (Nos) (2.8)
        
Governance Quality    Govt Expenditure (% of SDP) (3.2)    Fiscal Deficit (3.4)
    Revenue Receipts (3.5)    Expenditure on S&T (3.7)
    Per Capita Plan Expenditure (3.6)    
        
Human Resource    Dependency Ratio (4.5)    Hospital Beds (4.11)
    Enrollment Ratio (Primary Schools) (4.15)    Pupil Teacher Ratio (Primary Schools) (4.17)
    Child Labour (4.25)    Population Below Poverty Line (4.26)
        
Infrastructure    Universities (Nos) (5.9)    Road kms (5.2)
    T&D Losses (5.8)    Population Covered by Primary Health Centres (5.14)
    Degree Colleges (Nos) (5.10)    Technical Institutes (Nos) (5.16)
    Primary Health Centres Nos (5.13)    Forest Cover (5.17)
    Drinking Water (5.15)    
Figures in brackets are the criteria codes for details see Appendix 1

Table 42: Strengths & Weaknesses:  Tamil Nadu
Factors    Strong Criteria    Weak Criteria
        
Economic Strength    Share of Service (1.4)    Per Capita SDP (1.3)
    FDI Inflow (1.8)    Consumer Prices (1.5)
    Commercial Bank Credit Disbursement (1.9)    
        
Business Efficiency    Registered Factories (2.1)    Industrial Labour Productivity Growth (2.3)
    Profits in Manufacturing (2.9)    Competent Senior Managers (2.12)
    Small Scale Industries (2.10)    
        
Governance Quality    Interest Payment (% of SDP) (3.3)    Cognizable Crimes (3.1)
    Computerization of Records (3.10)    Govt. Expenditure (% of GDP) (3.2)
    Entry/Local Taxes (3.17)    Per Capita Plan Expenditure (3.6)
    State Govt. Finances in Next Two Years (3.18)    
        
Human Resource    Industrial Workers (4.3)    Industrial Disputes (4.22)
    Immunization (4.9)    Unemployment Rate (4.24)
    Industrial Disputes (4.22)    Average Calorie Intake (4.27)
    Work Culture (4.30)    Average Protein Intake (4.28)
    IT Literates (4.31)    
        
Infrastructure    Telephone Lines (5.3)    Electricity Tariff (5.6)
    T&D Losses of Electricity (5.8)    Electricity Connected  Villages (5.7)
    Universities (Nos) (5.9)    Secondary Schools (Nos) (5.11)
    Degree Colleges (Nos) (5.10)    Forest Cover (5.17)
    Technical Institutes (Nos) (5.16)    
Figures in brackets are the criteria codes for details see Appendix 1

Table 43: Strengths & Weaknesses:  Tripura
Factors    Strong Criteria    Weak Criteria
        
Economic Strength    SDP Growth (1.2)    Per Capita Consumption Expenditure (1.6)
    Per Capita SDP Growth (1.3)    Commercial Bank Credit Disbursement (1.10)
    Commercial Bank Offices (1.11)    
        
Business Efficiency    Labour Cost (2.6)    Capital Intensity (2.4)
    Employment Growth (2.7)    Small Scale Industries (2.10)  
        
Governance Quality    Cognizable Crimes (3.1)    Per Capita Plan Expenditure (3.6)
    Government Expenditure (3.2)    Expenditure on S& T (3.7)
        
Human Resource    Birth rate (4.1)     Health Expenditure (4.12)
    Death rate (4.2)    Female Labour Participation (Rural) (4.20)
    Literacy Rate (4.14)    Female Labour Participation (Urban) (4.21)
    Public Expenditure on Education (4.18)    Unemployment Rate (4.24)
        Population Below Poverty Line (4.26)
        
Infrastructure     Road kms (5.2)    Degree Colleges (Nos) (5.10)
    Electricity Connected Villages (5.7)    Primary Schools (Nos) (5.12)
    Population Covered by Primary Health Centres (5.14)    Drinking Water (5.15)
         Infrastructure Expenditure (5.18)
Figures in brackets are the criteria codes for details see Appendix 1

Table 44: Strengths & Weaknesses:  Uttar Pradesh
Factors    Strong Criteria    Weak Criteria
        
Economic Strength    Consumer Prices (1.5)    Per Capita SDP (1.1)
    Total Investment (1.7)    Per Capita Consumption Expenditure (1.6)
    Commercial Bank Offices (1.11)    Commercial Banks Credit Disbursement (1.10)
        
Business Efficiency    Industrial Labour Productivity Growth  (2.3)    Registered Factories (2.1)
    Capital Intensity (2.4)    Average Hours Worked (2.5)
    Profits of Manufacturing (2.9)    Employment Growth (2.7)
        
        
Governance Quality    Cognizable Crimes (3.1)    Interest Payment (% of SDP) (3.3)
    Expenditure on S & T (3.7)    Fiscal Deficit (3.4)
    Transparency (3.16)    Revenue Receipts (3.5)
        Entry/Local Taxes (3.17)
        
Human Resource    Industrial Disputes (4.22)    Birth Rate  (4.1)
    Man-days Lost (4.23)    Death Rate (4.2)
    Unemployment Rate (4.24)    Enrolment Ratio (Primary Schools) (4.15)
    Average Calorie Intake (4.27)    Female Literacy (4.19)
    Average Protein Intake (4.28)    Child Labour (4.25)
        
Infrastructure     Rail Route kms (5.1)    Electricity Generation Capacity (5.5)
    Average Electricity Tariff (5.6)    Universities (Nos) (5.9)
    Infrastructure Expenditure (5.18)    Forest Cover (5.17)
Figures in brackets are the criteria codes for details see Appendix 1

Table 45: Strengths & Weaknesses:  Uttaranchal
Factors    Strong Criteria    Weak Criteria
        
Economic Strength    SDP Growth (1.2)    Total Investment (1.7)
        
Business Efficiency    Industrial Labour Productivity Growth (2.3)    Capital Intensity (2.4)
    Employment Growth (2.7)    Profits of Manufacturing (2.9)
        
Governance Quality    Fiscal Deficit (3.4)    Per Capita Plan Expenditure (3.6)
        Interest Payment (% of Revenue) (3.3)
        
Human Resource    Industrial Workers (4.3)     Health Expenditure (4.12)
    Death Rate (4.2)    Female Literacy Rate (4.19)
        
Infrastructure     Forest Cover (5.17)    Rail Route kms (5.1)
Figures in brackets are the criteria codes for details see Appendix 1

Table 46: Strengths & Weaknesses:  West Bengal
Factors    Strong Criteria    Weak Criteria
        
Economic Strength    SDP Growth (1.2)    Per Capita SDP (1.3)
    Per Capita SDP Growth (1.3)    Consumption Expenditure (1.6)
    Consumer Prices (1.5)    
    Commercial Bank Offices (1.11)    
        
Business Efficiency    New Industries (Nos) (2.8)    Industrial Labour Productivity (2.2)
    Competent senior managers (2.12)    Capital Intensity (2.4)
        Profits of Manufacturing (2.9)
        Problem Solving Attitude of Managers (2.11)
        
Governance Quality    Cognizable Crimes (3.1)    Government Expenditure (% of GDP) (3.2)
    State Government’s Interface with Private Sector (3.11)    Interest Payment (% of Revenue) (3.3)
    Speed of Government Response (3.12)    Fiscal Deficit (3.4)
        Expenditure on S& T (3.7)
        
Human Resource    Death Rate (4.2)    Industrial Disputes (4.22)
    Dependency Ratio (4.5)    Pupil Teacher Ratio (Primary Schools) (4.17)
        Female labor Participation (Rural) (4.20)
        Mandays Lost (4.23)
        Unemployment Rate (4.24)
        
Infrastructure    Rail Route kms (5.1)    Cellular Subscribers (5.4)
    Drinking Water (5.15)    Universities (Nos) (5.9)
    Quality of Power (5.22)    Degree Colleges  (Nos) (5.10)
    Population Covered by Primary Health Centres (5.14)    Secondary Schools  (Nos) (5.11)
    Infrastructure Expenditure (5.18)    Primary Health Centres (5.13)
        Technical Institutes (Nos)(5.16)
Figures in brackets are the criteria codes for details see Appendix 1

                                                 

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