Quality of life in Haryana: A Case Study of Six Districts

Lalit Sharma


Haryana is claimed to be economically developed, but it is still a socially backward state of India. Haryana is one of the wealthiest states of India and has the per capita income in the country at Rs. 162,034 in 2016-17. Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) of Haryana at current prices has been about Rs. 5, 47,396.06 crore in   2016-17 with rate of growth 12.8 per cent (Economic Survey of Haryana, 2016-17). But in terms of the main social indicators of development like housing conditions, level of literacy, sex ratio, position of women, infant mortality ratio, cleanliness; and availability of other facilities such as drinking water, bathroom, kitchen, latrine etc. Haryana is a backward state of India. The study is expected to throw light on the distribution of Households according to different socio-economic attributes of the households and on the relationship between different attributes if any.

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