Uttar-Pradesh Landscape

Development Landscape

STRENGTHS

14.20%
share of India’s MSMEs, largest number in the country
75
districts with product specific traditional industrial hubs
67.8%
institutional births, doubled between 2006 to 2016
10.22%
Average annual secondary dropout rate, lower than national average of 17.06%

GAPS

EDUCATION

67.7%

literacy rate,, lower than national average of 74%

GENDER

38,467

registered crimes against women - one every 15 minutes

HEALTH

134.6

health personnel per 1000 people, 3rd lowest vs. national average of 278

LIVELIHOOD

₹55,339

Per Capita Income vs. national average of `1,12,835

INVESTMENT LANDSCAPE

GOVERNMENT FUNDING

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

17.1%

close to national average of 17.85%

31.87%

Education, Sports, Art and Culture

13.39%

Family, Labour and Social Security Welfare

11.48%

Rural Development

9.29%

Energy, Industry and Minerals

8.52%

Others

Spending on health, agriculture and rural development (2017-2018) is lower ccompared to the average of the remaining 19 states studied by 0.4%, 5.9% and 0.1% respectively

CSR SPENDING

Total exclusive CSR inflow (2014-17)

₹663.685cr

State CSR ranking - No.9 among all states in India

Note: CSR funding and rank take into account funding inflows exclusively to the state, and not pan-India funding
36.74%

Education and Sports

23.08%

Others

15.74%

Health, Poverty, Eradicating Hunger and Malnutrition

6.86%

Environmental Sustainability, Conservation of Natural Resources and Animal Welfare

5.09%

Safe Drinking Water and Sanitation

 
Disparity in district-wise fund allocations
>100cr

Gautam Buddha Nagar

<1cr

41 districts

SOLUTION SPACE

1.

Need to strengthen delivery of last-mile health services

2.

Need for community-oriented, behavioural interventions for women empowerment

3.

Redirect CSR funds to Eastern and Southern regions

4.

Need to ensure stricter implementation of law and effective collaboration

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