State to rank seventh from 10th rank

Jan 21 2021 09:59 PM
State to rank seventh from 10th rank

Andhra Pradesh has been better performing in india innovation index 2020 and has jumped 3 places. The index was released on Wednesday in Delhi by Niti Aayog Vice Chairman Dr. Rajiv Kumar, CEO Amitabh Kant and others. Andhra Pradesh, ranked 10th in the category of the largest states in the Innovation Index rankings, first revealed on October 17, 2019. In this second edition, 7th rank. AP is also the state that has improved three seats in the top 10 states. Niti Aayog and institute for competitiveness have jointly created this index. The rankings were based on 36 indicators, taking into account the performance of the states and union territories in the areas of cooperation for innovation and improving innovation policies. The states were divided into 17 big states, 10 northeast and mountainous states, 9 urban and union territories.

Karnataka ranked first in the big states category in the index-2020. The last edition retained the first rank. The next are Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Kerala, Haryana, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, UP, Punjab, Punjab, Punjab, Bengal, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Bihar respectively. Delhi, Chandigarh, Daman and Diu are in the top three in the category of union territories and cities. Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Manipur are ranked in the top three in the category of northeastern and mountainous states.

Andhra Pradesh Index -2020 overall scored 24.19. In the 2019 index of empowerment, the score was 18.8 and now scored 33.14. In the performance aspect of 2019, 10.21 scores Now scored 15.25. The knowledge output is 6.11 in 2019 This time it has increased to 9.35. In the field of science expansion, 14.31 score in 2019 Now scored 21.14.

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