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Statistics

 

From UNICEF - At a glance: India
 

Basic Indicators | Nutrition | Health | HIV AIDS | Education | Demographics | Economics | Women | Child Protection | Rate of Progress

 

Basic Indicators

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Under-5 mortality rank

54

Under-5 mortality rate, 1960

242

Under-5 mortality rate, 2003

87

Infant mortality rate (under 1), 1960

146

Infant mortality rate (under 1), 2003

63

Total population (thousands), 2003

1065462

Annual no. of births (thousands), 2003

25052

Annual no. of under-5 deaths (thousands), 2003

2180

GNI per capita (US$), 2003

530

Life expectancy at birth (years), 2003

64

Total adult literacy rate, 2000

57

Net primary school enrolment / attendance (%) (1996-2003)

77

% share of household income 1992-2002, lowest 40%

21

% share of household income 1992-2002, highest 20%

42


Definitions and data sources

 

Nutrition

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% of infants with low birth weight 1998-2003

30

% of children who are exclusively breastfed (<6 months) (1995-2003)

37

% of children who are breastfed with complementary food (<6-9 months) (1995-2002)

44

% of children who are still breastfeeding (20-23 months) (1995-2002)

66

% of under-fives suffering from underweight (moderate & severe) (1995-2003)

47

% of under-fives suffering from underweight (severe) (1995-2003)

18

% of under-fives suffering from wasting (moderate and severe) (1995-2003)

16

% of under-fives suffering from stunting (moderate and severe) (1995-2003)

46

Vitamin A supplementation coverage rate (6-59 months), 2002

27

% of households consuming iodized salt (1997-2003)

50

Definitions and data sources

 

Health

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% of total population using improved drinking water sources (2002)

86

% of urban population using improved drinking water sources (2002)

96

% of rural population using improved drinking water sources (2002)

82

% of total population using adequate sanitation facilities (2002)

30

% of urban population using adequate sanitation facilities (2002)

58

% of rural population using adequate sanitation facilities (2002)

18

% of routine EPI vaccines financed by government (2003)

100

% of one-year-olds fully immunized against tuberculosis (2003)

81

% of one-year-olds fully immunized against DPT3 (2003)

70

% of one-year-olds fully immunized against polio3 (2003)

70

% of one-year-olds fully immunized against measles (2003)

67

% of one-year-olds fully immunized hepB3 (2003)

-

% of pregnant women immunized for tetanus, (2003)

78

% of under-fives with ARI (1998-2003)

19

% of under-fives with ARI taken to a health care provider (1998-2003)

64

% under-fives with diarrhoea receiving oral rehydration and continued feeding (1994 – 2003)

22

% of under-fives sleeping under a bed net (1999-2003)

-

% of under-fives sleeping under a treated bed net (1999-2003)

-

% of under-fives with fever receiving anti-malarial drugs (1999-2003)

-

Definitions and data sources

 

HIV AIDS

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Adult prevalence rate (15-49 years), end 2003, estimate

-

Estimated number of people living with HIV, 2003 (in thousands), adults and children (0-49 years)

-

Estimated number of people living with HIV, 2003 (in thousands), low estimate

2200

Estimated number of people living with HIV, 2003 (in thousands), high estimate

7600

Estimated number of people living with HIV, 2003 (in thousands), children ( 0-14 years)

-

Estimated number of people living with HIV, 2003 (in thousands), women (15-49 years)

-

HIV prevalence rate in young (15-24 years) pregnant women in capital city, year

-

HIV prevalence rate in young (15-24 years) pregnant women in capital city, median

-

% who know condom can prevent HIV, male

-

% who know condom can prevent HIV, female

-

% who know healthy-looking person have HIV, male

-

% who know healthy-looking person have HIV, female

-

% who have comprehensive knowledge of HIV, male

17

% who have comprehensive knowledge of HIV, female

21

% who used condom at last high risk sex, male

59

% who used condom at last high risk sex, female

51

Children (0-17 years) orphaned by AIDS, 2003, estimate (in thousands)

-

Children (0-17 years) orphaned due to all causes, 2003, estimate (in thousands)

35000

Orphan school attendance ratio, 1998-2003*

-

Definitions and data sources

 

Education

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Adult literacy rate, male (1990)

62

Adult literacy rate, female (1990)

36

Adult literacy rate, male (2000)

68

Adult literacy rate, female (2000)

45

No. of phones sets per 100 people (2002)

5

No. of internet users per 100 people (2002)

2

Primary school enrolment ratio, gross, male (1998-2002)

107

Primary school enrolment ratio, gross, female (1998-2002)

90

Primary school enrolment ratio, net, male (1998-2002)

91

Primary school enrolment ratio, net, female (1998-2002)

76

% of net primary school attendance, male, (1996-2003)

80

% of net primary school attendance, female, (1996-2003)

73

% of primary school entrants reaching grade 5, admin data (1998-2001)

59

% of primary school entrants reaching grade 5, survey data (1997-2003)

92

Secondary school enrolment ratio, gross, male (1998-2002)

56

Secondary school enrolment ratio, gross, female (1998-2002)

40

Definitions and data sources

 

Demographics

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Population (thousands) under age 18, 2003

414965

Population (thousands) under age 5, 2003

118568

Population annual growth rate 1970-1990 (%)

2.1

Population annual growth rate 1990-2003 (%)

1.8

Crude death rate, 1970

17

Crude death rate, 2003

8

Crude birth rate, 1970

40

Crude birth rate, 2003

24

Life expectancy, 1970

49

Life expectancy, 2003

64

Total fertility rate, 2003

3.0

% of population urbanized, 2003

28

Average annual growth rate of urban population, 1970-1990 (%)

3.4

Average annual growth rate of urban population, 1990-2003 (%)

2.6

Definitions and data sources

 

Economics

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GNI per capita (US$), 2003

530

GDP per capita average annual growth rate (1960-1990) (%)

1.7

GDP per capita average annual growth rate (1990-2003) (%)

4.0

Average annual rate of inflation (1990-2003) (%)

7

% of population living below $1 a day (1992-2002)

35

% of central government expenditure allocated to health (1992-2004)

2

% of central government expenditure allocated to education (1992-2004)

2

% of central government expenditure allocated to defence (1992-2004)

15

ODA inflow in millions US$, 2002

1463

ODA inflow as % of recipient GNI, 2002

0

Debt service as a % of exports of goods and services, 1990

25

Debt service as a % of exports of goods and services, 2002

15

Definitions and data sources

 

Women

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Life expectancy: females as % of males, 2003

102

Adult literacy: females as % of males, 2000

66

Gross enrolment ratios: females as % of males, primary school (1998-2002)

84

Gross enrolment ratios: females as % of males, secondary school (1998-2002)

71

Contraceptive prevalence (%) (1995-2003)

47

Antenatal care coverage (%) (1995-2003)

60

Skilled attendant at delivery (%) (1995-2003)

43

Maternal mortality ratio, reported (1985-2003)

540

Maternal mortality ratio, adjusted (2000)

540

Life time risk of maternal death. 1 in: (2000)

48

Definitions and data sources

 

Child Protection

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% of children (5-14 years) in child labour (1999-2003)

14

% of male children (5-14 years) in child labour (1999-2003)

14

% of female children (5-14 years) in child labour (1999-2003)

15

% of children in child marriage, total (1986-2003)

26

% of children in child marriage, urban (1986-2003)

54

% of children in child marriage, rural (1986-2003)

46

% of children whose births were registered, total (1999-2001)

35

% of children whose births were registered, urban (1999-2001)

54

% of children whose births were registered, rural (1999-2001)

29

% of female genital mutilation/cutting among women aged 15-49, total (1999-2001)

-

% of female genital mutilation/cutting among women aged 15-49, urban (1999-2001)

-

% of female genital mutilation/cutting among women aged 15-49, rural (1999-2001)

-

% of female genital mutilation/cutting among women aged 15-49, daughters total (1999-2000)

-

Definitions and data sources

 

Rate of Progress

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Under-5 mortality rank

54

Under-5 mortality rate, 1960

242

Under-5 mortality rate, 1990

123

Under-5 mortality rate, 2003

87

Under-5 mortality rate average annual rate of reduction (%), 1960-90

2.3

Under-5 mortality rate average annual rate of reduction (%), 1990-2003

2.7

Under-5 mortality rate reduction since 1990 (%)

29

GDP per capita average annual growth rate (%), 1960-90

1.7

GDP per capita average annual growth rate (%), 1990-2003

4.0

Total fertility rate, 1960

5.9

Total fertility rate, 1990

4.0

Total fertility rate, 2003

3.0

Total fertility rate, Average annual rate of reduction (%), 1960-90

1.3

Total fertility rate, Average annual rate of reduction (%), 1990-2003

2.4

Definitions and data sources



 

Basic indicators
Definitions of the indicators

 

Under-five mortality rate - Probability of dying between birth and exactly five years of age expressed per 1,000 live births.
Infant mortality rate - Probability of dying between birth and exactly one year of age expressed per 1,000 live births.
 
GNI per capita - Gross national income (GNI) is the sum of value added by all resident producers plus any product taxes (less subsidies) not included in the valuation of output plus net receipts of primary income (compensation of employees and property income) from abroad. GNI per capita is gross national income divided by mid-year population. GNI per capita in US dollars is converted using the World Bank Atlas method.
 
Life expectancy at birth - The number of years newborn children would live if subject to the mortality risks prevailing for the
 
Adult literacy rate - Percentage of persons aged 15 and over who can read and write.
 
Net primary school enrolment/attendance - Derived from net primary school enrolment rates as reported by UNESCO/UIS (UNESCO Institute of Statistics) and from national household survey reports of attendance at primary school.
 
Income share - Percentage of income received by the 20 per cent of households with the highest income and by the 40 per cent of households with the lowest income.
 
 


Main data sources

Under-five and infant mortality rates - UNICEF, United Nations Population Division and United Nations Statistics Division.
 
Total population - United Nations Population Division.
 
Births - United Nations Population Division.
 
Under-five deaths - UNICEF.
 
GNI per capita - World Bank.
 
Life expectancy - United Nations Population Division.
 
Adult literacy - United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and UNESCO/UIS (UNESCO Institute of Statistics), including the Education for All 2000 Assessment.
 
School enrolment/attendance - UIS and UNESCO, including the Education for All 2000 Assessment, Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS) and Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS).
 
Household income - World Bank.
 


Notes

a Range $735 or less.
b Range $736 to $2935.
c Range $2936 to $9075.
d Range $9076 or more.
- Data not available.
x Indicates data that refer to years or periods other than those specified in the column heading, differ from the standard definition, or refer to only part of a country.
y Indicates data that differ from the standard definition or refer to only part of a country, but are included in the calculation of the regional and global averages.
* Data refer to the most recent year available during the period specified in the column heading.

 



 

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