Tribune Information Service
Shimla, December 7
Hamirpur has been ranked first in good governance amongst all of the 12 districts of Himachal Pradesh, with Bilaspur and Kullu on the second and third positions respectively.
The rankings have been finalized on the idea of secondary information of 12 districts with a deal with seven topics, 19 topics and 75 indicators. Himachal is the primary state within the nation to start out assessing the standard of governance in essential areas. The District Good Governance Index (HPDGGI) Annual Report-2020 ready by the Division of Economics and Statistics was launched at the moment. That is a part of an initiative to harness data know-how within the age of e-governance. Apparently, a rating of solely 0.203 separates the topper Hamirpur from the bottom ranked tribal district of Lahaul-Spiti. Mandi slipped from second to fourth place, whereas Shimla jumped from tenth to fifth this 12 months.
In one of many key areas involving girls and kids, Solan topped with a rating of 0.709, whereas Kangra was on the backside (0.461). Una, Sirmaur, Lahaul-Spiti, Chamba, Mandi and Kangra districts are under the state common of 0.589.
The share of institutional deliveries is highest in Hamirpur (97.6%) and lowest in Chamba (72%). Kullu, Solan and Una have carried out 100% vaccination of youngsters.