Ease of doing business ranking of states of India

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Ease of doing business ranking of states of India is the annual ease of doing business index of states and union territories of India based on the completion percentage scores of action items points of annual Business Reforms Action Plan (BRAP) under the make in India initiative.[1][2][3][4] This ranking of states has been done by World Bank since 2015 and facilitated by the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (India) of Government of India based on the progress of states in completing annual reform action plan covering 8 key areas which has a number of points that vary every year, for example 2017 and 2016 reform plan had 372 and 340 action points respectively.[5][1][2][3] The World Bank ranks individual nations on the Ease of doing business index. The ranking of states is not done on same criteria as ranking of nations. Ranking of states does not reflect the level of business-conducive nature of the states, it reflects the willingness of states to reform and attract investments.[5]

India jumped to 100th place out of 190 countries in the World Bank's 2017 ease of doing business index, from 130th in the 2016.[6] In February 2017, the government appointed the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the National Productivity Council to "to sensitise actual users and get their feedback on various reform measures".[7] Consequently, now there is competition among the Indian states ranked by ease of doing business|states of India to improve their current ranking on the ease of doing business index.[8][9] Centre government as well as various states are executing their respective Business Reforms Action Plan (BRAP) to improve their ranking.[10][1][2]

The claims for the current rankings submitted by the states for the year 2017 are currently being verified based on the supporting documentary evidence, and the final scores will be readjusted accordingly. 18 states claimed a 100% completion score.[citation needed]

Ranking of Indian states[edit]

State or union territory 2018 ranking 2015 ranking[11] called
Andhra Pradesh 98.42 (1/36) 70.12 (2/32) Top Achievers
Telangana 98.33 (2/36) 42.45 (13/32) Top Achievers
Haryana 98.07 (3/36) 40.66 (14/32) Top Achievers
Jharkhand 97.99 (4/36) 63.09 (3/32) Top Achievers
Gujarat 97.96 (5/36) 71.14 (1/32) Top Achievers
Chhattisgarh 97.36 (6/36) 62.45 (4/32) Top Achievers
Madhya Pradesh 97.31 (7/36) 62.00 (5/32) Top Achievers
Karnataka 97.40 (8/36) 48.50 (9/32) Top Achievers
Rajasthan 95.69 (9/36) 61.05 (6/32) Top Achievers
West Bengal 94.70 (10/36) 46.90 (11/32) Achievers
Uttarakhand 94.21 (11/36) 13.36 (23/32) Achievers
Uttar Pradesh 92.87 (12/36) 47.37 (10/32) Achievers
Maharashtra 92.71 (13/36) 49.43 (8/32) Achievers
Odisha 92.09 (14/36) 52.12 (7/32) Achievers
Tamil Nadu 90.68 (15/36) 44.58 (12/32) Achievers
Himachal Pradesh 87.90 (16/36) 23.95 (17/32) Fast Mover
Assam 84.75 (17/36) 14.84 (22/32) Fast Mover
Bihar 81.91 (18/36) 16.41 (21/32) Fast Mover
Goa 57.34 (19/36) 21.74 (19/32) Average Mover
Punjab 53.92 (20/36) 36.73 (16/32) Average Mover
Kerala 44.79 (21/36) 22.87 (18/32) Slow Mover
Jammu and Kashmir 33.05 (22/36) 05.93 (29/32) Slow Mover
Delhi 31.60 (23/36) 37.35 (15/32) Slow Mover
Daman and Diu 28.69 (24/36) 14.58 (22/32) Slow Mover
Tripura 22.27(25/36) 09.29 (26/32) Aspirers
Dadra and Nagar Haveli 21.28 (26/36) 01.79 (32/32) Aspirers
Puducherry 15.65 (27/36) 17.72 (20/32) Aspirers
Nagaland 14.04 (28/36) 03.41 (31/32) Aspirers
Chandigarh 11.44 (29/36) 10.04 (24/32) Aspirers
Mizoram 03.63 (30/36) 06.37 (28/32) High Aspirers
Andaman and Nicobar Islands 01.24 (31/36) 09.73 (25/32) High Aspirers
Manipur 00.27 (32/36) 01.19 (32/32) Very High Aspirers
Sikkim 00.13 (33/36) 07.23 (27/32) Very High Aspirers
Meghalaya 00.00 (34/36) 04.38 (30/32) Very High Aspirers
Arunachal Pradesh 00.00 (35/36)) 01.23 (32/32) Very High Aspirers
Lakshadweep 00.00 (36/36) 00.3 (32/32) Very High Aspirers

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Citations[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Andhra Pradesh, Telengana set to top the charts for ease of doing business, Business Standard, 31 Oct 2016.
  2. ^ a b c OECD Economic Surveys: India 2017,Page 123.
  3. ^ a b Centre to announce ‘Ease of Doing Business’ ranking for states, Live Mint, 15 Aug 2015.
  4. ^ Ease of doing 98-point action plan
  5. ^ a b Ease of doing business: 18 states claim perfect score in reforms, Indian Express, 11 Feb 2018.
  6. ^ "Ease of Doing Business in India". www.doingbusiness.org. Retrieved 25 April 2016.
  7. ^ "On ease of doing business Narendra Modi govt does a first, to improve India's World Bank ranking". The Financial Express. 18 February 2017.
  8. ^ "Business Reforms Action Plan". eodb.dipp.gov.in. Retrieved 2017-06-23.
  9. ^ "2015 Rankings DIPP" (PDF).
  10. ^ Telangana leads state-wise ease of doing business ranking, The Hindu, 9 Nov 2017.
  11. ^ Ease of doing business India states ranking.

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