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Good Governance Index 2021 launched on Good Governance Day, December 25, 2021 by Union Minister of Home Affairs and Minister of Cooperation Shri Amit Shah

20 States have improved their composite GGI scores in 2021

Gujarat tops the composite ranking in the 58 indicator index followed by Maharashtra and Goa

Uttar Pradesh registers 8.9 percent improvement in GGI indicators in the period 2019 to 2021

Jammu and Kashmir registers 3.7 percent improvement in GGI indicators in the period 2019 to 2021

Delhi tops the Union Territories category composite ranking

Posted On: 25 DEC 2021 5:21PM by PIB Delhi

Union Minister of Home Affairs and Minister of Cooperation, Mr Amit Shah today released the Good Governance Index 2021 prepared by DARPG on Good Governance Day at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi.

Addressing a function organised to mark the Good Governance Day, Mr Amit Shah said people have long been waiting for good governance which was delivered by the Narendra Modi government in the last seven years. He said people's faith in democracy has enhanced since 2014, as they started getting benefits of development undertaken by the Modi government.

Giving example of good governance, Mr Shah said that there has not been a single corruption charge against the Modi government in last seven years as it is a clean and transparent administration.
 

On this occasion, Dr. Jitendra Singh, Minister of State for Personnel, PG and Pensions said that Citizen Centric Administration is at the Heart of Modi government’s Governance Model. He said, Good Governance Index would help assess the status of governance in States and Union Territories.

Good Governance Index, GGI 2021 Framework covered ten sectors and 58 indicators. The sectors of GGI 2020-21 are 1) Agriculture and Allied Sectors, 2) Commerce & Industries, 3) Human Resource Development, 4) Public Health, 5.) Public Infrastructure & Utilities, 6) Economic Governance, 7) Social Welfare & Development, 8) Judicial & Public Security, 9) Environment, and 10) Citizen-Centric Governance. The GGI 2020-21 categorises States and UTs into four categories, i.e., (i) Other States – Group A; (ii) Other States – Group B; (iii) North-East and Hill States; and (iv) Union Territories.

Gujarat, Maharashtra and Goa top the composite rank score covering 10 sectors. GGI 2021 says that Gujarat registered 12.3 percent increase and Goa registered 24.7 percent increase over GGI 2019 indicators. Gujarat has performed strongly in 5 of the 10 sectors including economic governance, human resource development, public infrastructure and utilities, social welfare and development, judiciary and public safety. Maharashtra has performed strongly in agriculture and allied sector, human resource development, public infrastructure and utilities, social welfare and development. Goa has performed strongly in agriculture and allied sector, commerce and industry, public infrastructure and utilities, economic governance, social welfare and development and environment.

GGI 2021 says that Uttar Pradesh has shown an incremental growth of 8.9 % over GGI 2019 performance. Among the sectors, UP has secured top position in Commerce & Industry sector and has also shown increase in Social Welfare & Development and Judiciary & Public Safety. Uttar Pradesh has also performed in citizen centric governance including public grievance redressal.

GGI 2021 says that Jharkhand has shown an incremental growth of 12.6 percent over GGI 2019 performance. Jharkhand has performed strongly in 7 sectors of the 10 sectors. Rajasthan has shown an incremental growth of 1.7 percent over the GGI 2019 performance. Rajasthan has topped the Other States (Group B) category in Judiciary and Public Safety, Environment & Citizen Centric Governance. 

GGI 2021 says that in the North-East and Hill States category, Mizoram and Jammu and Kashmir have registered an overall increase of 10.4% and 3.7% respectively over GGI 2019. Mizoram has performed strongly in commerce and industry, human resource development, public health and economic governance. Jammu & Kashmir has performed strongly in Commerce & Industry sector and has improved its scores in Agriculture & Allied Sector, Public Infrastructure and Utilities and Judiciary and Public Safety sectors.

GGI 2021 says that in the Union Territories category, Delhi tops the composite rank registering a 14 percent increase over the GGI 2019 indicators. Delhi has performed strongly in Agriculture & Allied Sectors, Commerce & Industry, Public Infrastructure and Utilities and Social Welfare & Development.

The GGI 2021 says that 20 States have improved their composite GGI scores over the GGI 2019 index scores. The sector-wise scores attained by the States and UT’s indicates that strong performance in one or the other sector. Analysis of scoring also suggests that there is a very marginal difference among the States in their composite governance scores. This indicates that overall governance in the States of India is moving in the positive direction.

Top ranking States in the Sectors as well as in Composite Ranks is as follows:

Sectors

Group A

Group B

NE & Hill States

UTs

Agriculture & Allied Sector

Andhra Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh

Mizoram

D & N Haveli

Commerce and Industry

Telangana

Uttar Pradesh

J & K

Daman & Diu

Human Resource Development

Punjab

Odisha

Himachal Pradesh

Chandigarh

Public Health

Kerala

West Bengal

Mizoram

A & N Island

Public Infrastructure and Utilities

Goa

Bihar

Himachal Pradesh

A & N Island

Economic Governance

Gujarat

Odisha

Tripura

Delhi

Social Welfare and Development

Telangana

Chhattisgarh

Sikkim

D & N Haveli

Judiciary and Public Safety

Tamil Nadu

Rajasthan

Nagaland

Chandigarh

Environment

Kerala

Rajasthan

Manipur

Daman & Diu

Citizen Centric Governance

Haryana

Rajasthan

Uttarakhand

Delhi

Composite

Gujarat

Madhya Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh

Delhi

 

In addition to the existing quantitative Indicators, additional process and input-based indicators are made part of GGI 20202-21 framework. The aim of including additional dimensions is to make GGI a more wholistic tool of measuring governance. A roadmap of inclusion of qualitative aspects, approach for inclusion of new indicators and making the required data available for index computation is included in the report of GGI 2020-21.
The Good Governance Index 2021 Report is accessible at www.darpg.gov.in

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