Karnataka most innovative state, Delhi tops UT segment: Niti Aayog

Sikkim topped in the North-East category, while Delhi was at the top in the UT segment

Current Affairs:Karnataka has topped the first-since forever advancement positioning of states, trailed by Tamil Nadu and Maharasthra, a Niti Aayog supported report said on Thursday.

Bihar, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh, then again, trailed on the rundown.

The India Innovation Index 2019, created on the lines of Global Innovation Index (GII), investigates the development biological system of Indian states and association regions to enable policymakers to structure arrangements to drive advancement crosswise over districts.

The report was discharged by Niti Aayog Vice Chairman Rajiv Kumar and Chief Executive Officer Amitabh Kant here.

The positioning was done in three classes – ‘Significant States’, ‘North East and Hill States’ and ‘Association Territories (UTs)/City and Small States’. Sikkim bested in the North-East class, while Delhi was at the top in the UT section.

Telangana, Haryana, Kerala, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Gujarat and Andhra Pradesh were among different states that beaten the advancement record.

The report, which has caught inclines and done profound drive investigations of different elements that drive advancement at the nation, state and column levels, imagines to support policymakers and corporates distinguish a portion of the issues at a manageable level in India.

The file has been assembled under two significant heads, empowering influences – factors that will drive advancement in states and UTs, and execution – that will gauge the genuine results in the development aggressiveness of states.

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