Rajasthan Landscape

Development Landscape

STRENGTHS

183
of 1000 workers engaged in casual labour, vs. national average of 403
84%
institutional childbirths in 2015, vs. 29.5% in 2005
6%
of 233 lakh foreign tourists in India in 2015 hosted by Rajasthan
68%
student learning achievement levels vs. national average of 54%
13.48%
average annual secondary dropout rate, lower than national average of 17.06%

GAPS

HEALTH

143

health personnel per 1000 people, 4th lowest vs. national average of 278

NUTRITION

23%

wasting among children 2nd highest in country vs. national average of 21%

GENDER

78%

crimes against women vs. national average of 48.2%

 

188

women per 1000 people participate in the labour force, vs. national average of 217

INVESTMENT LANDSCAPE

GOVERNMENT FUNDING

Government’s development expenditure as a percentage of GSDP (2016-17)

16.5%

close to national average of 17.85%

29.13%

Education, Sports, Art and Culture

19.83%

Energy, Industry and Minerals

12.93%

Rural Development

9.54%

Health and nutrition

9.12%

Agriculture and Allied Activities

Spending on health and agriculture (2017-2018) is lower compared to the average of the remaining 19 states studied by 0.58% and 2.44% respectively

CSR SPENDING

Total exclusive CSR inflow (2014-17)

₹827.071cr

State CSR ranking - No.8 among all states in India

Note: CSR funding and rank take into account funding inflows exclusively to the state, and not pan-India funding
28.88%

Education, Sports, Art and Culture

18.42%

Health, Poverty, Eradicating Hunger, Malnutrition

12.43%

Rural Development

1.66%

Others

10.09%

Livelihood Enhancement Projects

 
Disparity in district-wise fund allocations
<50cr

Jaipur

<1cr

Ganganagar, Hanumangarh, Tonk, Bundi and Dhaulpur

SOLUTION SPACE

1.

Need to strengthen delivery of last-mile health services

2.

Increased interventions for women empowerment

3.

Increased funding for poorer districts

4.

More collaboration across stakeholders

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