Chhattisgarh takes spot in top five states known for best governance, reveals report
The PAI 2021 highlights the state government's excellent governance, including the state government's role in the Covid-19 curb.
According to the Public Affairs Index (PAI), Chhattisgarh is one of the top five states in terms of finest governance, and it ranks third in terms of sustainability. Chhattisgarh has been named fourth among the best-governed states for the year 2021. According to a government announcement, it received a score of 0.872 on the PAI 2021, which analyses governance by looking at growth, equality, and sustainability factors.
The PAI 2021 highlights the state government's excellent governance, including the state government's role in the Covid-19 curb. Chhattisgarh has received national recognition for its social programmes. According to the Public Affairs Centre India's official website, the Public Affairs Index (PAI) is a data-driven methodology that assesses the quality of governance at the subnational level and rates India's states on a Composite Index.
According to the 6th edition of the Public Affairs Index (PAI 2021) published by the Public Affairs Centre, a non-profit think tank located in Bengaluru, Chhattisgarh, scored 0.946 on the sustainability index. According to the official announcement, the sustainability index rates states based on their access to and usage of resources. It went on to say that this influences the economy, the environment, and humanity.
Kerala has been named the state with the finest governance for the fifth year in a row, a position it has held since the PAI began releasing the index five years ago. On the other side, Uttar Pradesh has received the lowest ranking (18) for the quality of its governance. Vijayan noted on Twitter that the state ranked in the top three in all of the primary pillars reviewed in the research, including equity, growth, and sustainability.