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MISSION WISE INDICATORS

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Primary Sector Mission


Agriculture
1
Seed Management-Supply of
quality seed
2
3
4

Financial Assistance for


Micronutrients or soil-Amliorants
Fertilizer distribution
Area covered under field
demonstrations

Lakh Qtls.
Ha.
Qtls.
Ha.

Polam Pilustondhi & Chandranna


Rythu Kshetralu
5

No. of mandals covered under


Polam Pilusthondhi

Nos.

Integrated Nutrient
Management(INM):
Cropped area to be covered
Promotion of Farm
Mechanisation- implements

Ha.
Nos.

1.7
3,240

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

7
Major Crops

Area

GVA

Area

(Rs. In
Cr)

(lakh
Ha)

Paddy

18,5
14

26.
06

Maize

2,16
8

Bengal Gram

1,03
1

(lakh
Ha)

Ground Nut

Oil Seeds

1,5
73

Prod(L
akh
Mts)

10.3
8
13.5
9

8.41

10.2
4

3.4
4.7
5
1,6
99

Prod(L
akh
Mts)

GVA
(Rs. In
Cr)

91.7
8

21,6
88

21.1
4

2,42
8

6.14
1,57
3

1,07
8
10.3
8
13.5
9

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Current Status

2015-16

Cotton

5,6
04

8.28

28.9
4

5,9
41

5,60
4

8.28

Sugarcane

1,7
23

1.67

129.
87

1,8
60

1,72
3

1.67

8 Area under Irrigation: Canal


Groundwater
9 Financial support to farmers by
providing crop loans at lower
interest (3%) rates
10

Unit

Annual Target
for

Interest free loans to farmers


(Vaddileni unalu)

11 Farmers Producer
Organisation:

Ha.
Ha.
No. of
farmers
No. of
farmers
No. in
Lakhs

No. registered
Turnover

Rs. Lakhs

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

12
13

Indicators

Unit

2015-16

Agriculture growth rate

Per capita food grain production

Kgs. per
person

14 Gross Fixed Capital Formation in


Agriculture
15

Current Status

Annual Target
for

Credit Plan:

3,240

Rs.

Amount disbursed under


Agricultural Credit plan
No. of farmers covered under
Agricultural Credit Plan

Agriculture and Co-operation

12

No. Lakhs

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

1
Assistance to Integrated Cooperative Development
Projects: Existing no. of
Godowns

Nos.

Total storage available

Nos.

Construction of Godowns

Nos.

Creation of additional storage


space

Nos.

Assistance to Integrated Cooperative Development Projects


(50% NCDC)

No. of
beneficiarie
s

6,947

Loan assistance to ICDP(NCDC)

No. of
beneficiarie
s

2,278

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

2
Farmer Producer
Organisation (FPOs): No.
registered

Turnover

No. in
Lakhs

Rs. Lakhs

Horticulture
Increase by 25-30%`1

Additional area per year


under APMIP

Lakh Ha.

1.0

.11

Area expansion with drip

Lakh Ha.

Quality control laboratories

Nos.

Custom hiring centres

Nos.

30

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Certification for Good Agriculture


Practices (GAP) including
infrastructure

Lakh Ha.

.07

Integrated Pest
Management (IPM)

Lakh Ha.

.08

Area expansion of Tissue Culture


Banana with drip irrigation

Lakh Ha.

.20

Drip irrigation

Lakh Ha.

Micro irrigation

Lakh Ha.

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

10 Pack houses to be established

Nos.

11

Lakh Sq.
Mt.

Shade nets to be established

2.70

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

12

Cold storages to be established

Nos.

13

Reefer Vans

Nos.

14

Green Houses/Poly Houses

Lakh Sq.
Mt.

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Farmers Producer
Organisations: No. registered

6.57

No. in
Lakhs

15
Turnover
16

Rs. Lakhs

Gross Value Added (Crops)


Banana

Rs. In Cr

6,727

6,965

Chilies

Rs. In Cr

3,767

8,174

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Tomato

Rs. In Cr

3,589

3,729

Papaya

Rs. In Cr

1,220

1,574

Cashew nut

Rs. In Cr

814

1,935

Mango

Rs. In Cr

3,435

3,980

Oil palm

Rs. In Cr

911

980

Lemon

Rs. In Cr

1,382

1,472

Batavia

Rs. In Cr

1,176

Lakh Ha.

.08

1,299

Sericulture
1

New mulberry area

.05

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Cocoon: CB

MTs

Raw silk : CB

MTs

2,878

Raw silk: BV

MTs

434

Yield per 100 DFLs

Kgs

Assistance to farmers for


bivoltine layings/ chawkie worms

Lakh BVH

Production of quality international


Metric
grade BV cocoons (Production
Tonnes
incentive to reeling cocoons
produced by mulberry farmers)

Animal Husbandry and Fisheries


1

Animal Hostels established in PPP

No.

28,843

60.11

25,163

62

3.54

1,570.37

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Meat Processing Units


established

No.

Cold storage facilities established


for eggs(PPP)

No.

Gross Value Added (GVA): Milk

Rs. in Cr.

22,922

28,944

Rs. in Cr.

8,721

9,917

Rs. in Cr.

2,909

3,134

Meat

Egg
5 Bulk Milk Cooling Units:
Existing

No.

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

No.

Required
6 Farmers Producer
Organisation (FPOs): No.
registered

No. in lakhs

Rs. lakhs

Turnover
7
Fish Production: Freshwater
prawn

Lakh
Tonnes

Inland fish

Lakh Tonnes

Marine fish

Lakh
Tonnes
Marine

Lakh

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

shrimp

Tonnes
Brackish

water shrimp

Lakh
Tonnes

8
Gross Value Added (GVA):
Prawn

Rs. In Cr.

9,759

15,360

Rs. In Cr.

8,409

10,018

Rs. In Cr.

3,157

6,680

Inland fish

Marine fish
9
No. of fish tanks abandoned

Nos.

No. of fish tanks to be revived out Nos.


of abandoned

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Area under fish tanks to be


revived out of abandoned

Ha.

Environment, Forests, Science and Technology


1
Revenue from Red Sanders

Rs. in Cr.

Rejuvenation of degraded forest


area/Afforestation

Ha. and %
of total
degraded
area

Forest Cover

Total spending on modernising


Tirupati and Vishakapatnam Zoos

Rs. in Lakhs

3
4

Disaster Management

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Disaster Mortality

Number of
people
killed in a
disaster

Losses from Disasters

as a % of
GSDP

Number of Districts/Mandals that


are implementing risk reduction
and disaster management plans
informed by national framework

States annual budget allocation


to disaster risk reduction,
preparedness and management

Nos.

Studies for SDG Indicators:


Agriculture

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

% of women, men, indigenous


peoples, and local communities
with secure rights to land,
property, and natural resources

Proportion of farmers having


access to agriculture market and
price information and support
services

Source/
Year

Double the agricultural productivity and the


incomes of small-scale food producers, particularly
women, indigenous peoples, family farmers,
pastoralists and fisheries, including through secure
and equal access to land, other productive
resources and inputs, knowledge, financial
services, markets, and opportunities for value
addition and non-farm employment
(Measured as % who perceive their rights are
recognized and protected)
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- PSM
Adopt measures to ensure the proper functioning
of food commodity markets and their derivatives,
and facilitate timely access to market information,
including on food reserves, in order to help limit
extreme food price volatility
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- PSM

Studies for SDG Indicators:


Water
1

% of population affected by
droughts or vulnerable to
droughts

Improve water quality by reducing pollution,


eliminating dumping and minimizing release of
hazardous chemicals and materials, reducing
untreated wastewater and increasing recycling and
safe reuse

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

Study frequency - Annual


Responsibility- PSM

Studies for SDG Indicators:


Non Mission Studies- Disaster Management, Climate Change and Sustainable Ecosystem
Reduce the number of deaths and the number of
1 Response time for rescue and
affected people and decrease the economic losses
relative to GDP caused by disasters, including
relief of concerned agencies
water-related disasters, with the focus on
(district administration /
protecting the poor and people in vulnerable
communication services / fire
situations
service / water supply / health
Study frequency - Annual
services / disaster management)
Responsibility- Planning
in the event of a disaster
2

Number of concerned
government departments and
agencies that have prepared and
are implementing contingency
plans and have trained personals
informed by the State Action Plan
on Climate Change

Integrate climate change measures into state


policies, strategies and planning
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- Planning

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Rate of primary energy intensity


improvement in GSDP

Rate of implicit incentives for


low-carbon energy in the
electricity sector (measured as
US$/MWh or US$ per ton avoided
CO2)

Total energy and industry-related


GHG emissions expressed as
production and demand-based
emissions (tCO2e)

Availability and implementation


of a transparent and detailed
deep decarbonization strategy,
consistent with the 2C - or below
- global carbon budget, and with
GHG emission targets for 2020,

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

2030 and 2050


7

Net GHG emissions in the


Agriculture, Forest and other
Land Use (AFOLU) sector (tCO2e)

GHG emissions intensity of areas


under forest management
(GtCO2e / ha)

Percentage reduction in ozonedepleting substances and GHG


emission

10 Percentage of clean energy to


total electricity consumed
11 Percentage of renewal energy to
total electricity consumed

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

12 Number of public awareness


events organized on climate
change mitigation, adaptation,
impact reduction and early
warning informed by the State
Action Plan on Climate Change

Nos.

13 Number of educational
institutions (schools / collages /
universities / etc.) offering
education programmes / courses
on climate change mitigation,
adaptation, impact reduction and
early warning informed by the
State Action Plan on Climate
Change

Nos.

14 Number of civilians / general


public trained in disaster related
rescue and relief work

Nos.

Source/
Year

Improve education, awareness raising and human


and institutional capacity on climate change
mitigation, adaptation, impact reduction and early
warning
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- Planning

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

15 Number of concerned
government departments and
agencies that have prepared and
are implementing contingency
plans and have trained personals
informed by the State Action Plan
on Climate Change

Nos.

16 Number of concerned
government departments and
agencies that have prepared and
are implementing disaster
management contingency plan
and trained personals informed
by national framework

Nos.

17 Number of districts / mandals


that are implementing risk
reduction, disaster management
and disaster monitoring and
public early warning system plan

Nos.

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

informed by national framework


18 Percentage of states annual
budget allocated to disaster risk
reduction, preparedness and
management

19 Percentage of states annual


disaster management budget
allocated for training personals
(government staff / civilians) on
disaster risk reduction,
preparedness and management

20 Percentage of states annual


disaster management budget
allocated for public education on
climate change mitigation,
adaptation, impact reduction and
early warning

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

Prevent and reduce marine pollution of all kinds,


particularly from land-based activities, including
marine debris and nutrient pollution
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- Planning

21 Ocean health index and pollution


load of water bodies
22 Percentage of coastal and marine
areas that are protected under
the Coastal Zone Management
Act and International
Conventions

23 Area of coral reef ecosystems


and percentage live cover

Ha.

24 Percentage reduction in marine


mangroves (deforestation) to
total initial mangrove area

25 Rate of coast line erosion

26 Rate of reduction in wet land


ecosystems to total initial wet

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

land area
27 Rate of eutrophication of
estuaries, rivers and major water
bodies

28 Percentage of city waste water


and sewerage flowing into water
bodies (sea / rivers / lakes)
untreated

29 Number of point sources of


pollution (industries / commercial
establishments / etc.) within the
water body protection area that
discharge waste water, pollutants
and sewage into the water body

Nos

30 Rate of reduction of water spread


areas in water bodies due to
human settlement and

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

commercial encroachments
31 Percentage of water bodies (by
number and area) under fishery
practicing scientific fishery
practices supervised by trained
fishery expert (Fishery
Department / etc.)

32 Percentage of fish tonnage


landed within Maximum
Sustainable Yield (MSY)

33 Proportion of fish stocks within


safe biological limits
34 Extent of compliance of states
fishery infrastructure to
International Maritime
Organization norms (number and
transponder) for fishing vessels

Effectively regulate harvesting and end overfishing


and destructive fishing practices and implement
science-based management plans, to restore fish
stocks in the shortest time feasible at least to
levels that can produce maximum sustainable
yield as determined by their biological
characteristics
Study frequency Annual
Responsibility- Planning

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

more than 24 meters or 100 tons


35 Whether State Fisheries
Department has established
satellite monitoring program
under International Maritime
Organization norms
36 Extent of marine fishing area
under satellite monitoring
program (International Maritime
Organization norms) established
by the State Fisheries
Department
37 Personnel in marine R&D (per
1000 R&D personals)

Nos.

38 Personnel in marine R&D (per


million tonnes of fishery produce)

Nos.

Increase scientific knowledge, develop research


capacities and transfer marine technology in order
to improve ocean health and to enhance the
contribution of marine biodiversity to the
development of the state
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- Planning

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

39 Percentage of persons involved in


marine production systems
received training in modern
marine knowledge and
technology

40 Marine R&D investment intensity


(Percentage of public and private
R&D investment in marine R&D
as ratio of percentage of fishery
sector GSDP to total GSDP)

41 Rate of change in land use, land


cover patterns (forest lands,
waste lands, cultivated lands,
wet lands, degraded or
desertified arable lands, etc.) (in
ha and percentage)

Has. & %

42 Land area affected by salinity,


alkalinity and chemical pollution

Has. & %

Source/
Year

Ensure conservation, restoration and sustainable


use of terrestrial ecosystems and their services, in
particular forests, wetlands, mountains and dry
land
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- Planning

Restore degraded land and soil, including land


affected by desertification, drought and floods, and
strive to achieve a land-degradation neutral status

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Study frequency - Annual


Responsibility- Planning

under restoration works (ha and


% of total affected area)
43 Cultivated land area affected by
excessive application of inorganic
fertilizers under soil test based
fertilizer application (ha and % of
total affected cultivated land)

Has. & %

44 Land area affected by


degradation / desertification
under restoration works (ha and
% of total degraded / desertified
land)

Has. & %

45 Area under flood protection (ha


and % of total flood prone area)

Has. & %

46 Total land area restored to land


degradation neutral status (ha

Has. & %

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

and % of total degraded land)


47 States Red List Index (flora /
fauna under endangered list
numbers and extent)

Nos.

48 States Living Planet Index


(ecosystem and bio-habitats
under threat ha and % of
concerned ecosystem)

Has. & %

49 Progress in implementation and


reporting on System of
Environmental-Economic
Accounting (SEEA) accounts for
ecosystem, forestry and water
50 Vitality Index of Traditional
Environmental Knowledge for the
state

Take action to reduce degradation of natural


habitat, halt the loss of biodiversity and prevent
the extinction of threatened species
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- Planning

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

2015-16

51 State revenues allocated to


conservation of ecosystem and
bio-diversity as percentage of
total annual plan

Rs. Crs.

52 Private investment made in


conservation of ecosystem and
bio-diversity

Rs. Crs.

53 Public and Private expenditure on


conservation of ecosystem and
bio-diversity as percentage of
GSDP

Rs Crs.

54 Intensity of financial resources


for conservation of ecosystem
and bio-diversity (expenditure
per ha)

Rs. Cr./Ha.

Studies for SDG Indicators:


Non Mission Studies- Water

Current Status

Annual Target
for

Source/
Year

Mobilize financial resources to conserve and


sustainably use biodiversity, ecosystems and
sustainable forest management
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- Planning

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

55 % of solid wastes, human


excreta, and liquid wastes
dumped into water bodies

Unit

2015-16
%

56 Proportion of adequately treated


waste water discharged in water
sources
57 % of wastewater reused and
recycled and increase in the
percentage of reuse

Current Status

Annual Target
for

Source/
Year

Improve water quality by reducing pollution,


eliminating dumping and minimizing release of
hazardous chemicals and materials, reducing
untreated wastewater and increasing recycling and
safe reuse
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- Planning

58 Organic water pollutant (BOD)


emissions (kg per day per
worker)
59 % of water bodies deemed
polluted by national standards
and water bodies

Protect and restore water-related ecosystems,


including mountains, forests, wetlands, rivers,
aquifers and lakes
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- Planning

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

60 % of water bodies deemed fit for


survival off aquatic life

61 % of habitats affected with


various water quality problems

Source/
Year

Studies for SDG Indicators:


Non Mission Studies- Sustainable Economic Growth
Achieve sustainable management and efficient use
62 Per capita utilizable fresh water
of natural resources
Study frequency - Annual
availability
Responsibility- Planning
63 Percentage improvement in
water productivity (tons of
product per unit water used)

64 Reduction in per capita


consumption of ozone-depleting
substances and GHG emission

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

65 Progress in implementation and


reporting on System of
Environmental-Economic
Accounting (SEEA) accounts

Nos.

66 Percentage increase in green


cover (terrestrial)

Source/
Year

67 Mean air pollution of suspended


particulate matter

Studies for Global Indices


Index

Agency

Yea
r

India
Rank

Crop Production Index

World Bank and


FAO

201
3

Food Production Index

World Bank and

201

Value
141.90

138.76

Andhra Pradesh
Rank

Value
Index
shows
agricultural
production
for each
year
relative to
the base

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

2015-16
FAO
Livestock Production
Index

World Bank and


FAO

201
3

Index for Risk


Management
(INFORM)

Inter-Agency
Standing
Committee
(IASC) and
European
Commission

201
5

Environmental
Performance Index
(EPI)

Yale, Columbia
Universities and
World Economic
Forum (WEF)

201
4

Planning Commission Planning


Environment
Commission,
Performance Index
Current Science
(PC-EPI)

201
2

Source/
Year
period
2004-2006

Annual Target
for

135.20

24

5.66/10

5.2/10

Undivided
AP

0.77/1

Undivided
AP

(Very
High
Risk)

178

31.23/
100

NA

NA

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Journal
(Methodology
almost similar to
Yale-EPI)

Social Empowerment Mission


Health, Medical and Family Welfare
1

Pregnant women

No.

High risk pregnant women


identified

No.

No. of pregnant women attended No.


at least 4 times during pregnancy
by skilled health personnel for

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

reasons relating to pregnancy


4

Post-partum/ postnatal care


coverage (seven visits)

Reduce infant mortality rates

Per 1000
live births

Under five mortality rates

Per 1000
live births

No. of Still births

No.

No. of live births of low birth


weight

39

94
9

Complete immunisation coverage

10 Immunisation services to

%
%

18(by 2017)

94

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

2015-16
infants(0-1 Years)

11

Current Status

Annual Target
for

Proving vitamin A services to


children in the age group of 1549

12 Reduce malnutrition: Grade I

%
%

Grade
II
%
Grade
III
13 Percentage of Population having
universal health coverage

14 Percentage of population having


health insurance coverage

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

15 Number of Aarogyasri procedures


done

No.

Above 95%
16 Increase institutional delivery

17 No. of Deaths from infectious


disease (CDs)
18

No. of persons dying between


ages 30 -70 from any of
cardiovascular disease, cancer
diabetes, chronic respiratory
disease, suicide (NCDs)

19 Doctors per 1000 population

School Education
1

Gross Enrolment Ratio (class I-V,)

No.

Per 1000

71.8%

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

for boys
2

Gross Enrolment Ratio (class VIVII) for boys

Gross Enrolment Ratio (class VIIIX) for boys

Gross Enrolment Ratio (class XIXII) for boys

Gross Enrolment ratio (class I-XII)


for boys

Gross Enrolment Ratio (class I-V)


for girls

Gross Enrolment Ratio (class VIVII) for girls

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.
8
9

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Gross Enrolment Ratio (class VIIIX) for girls


Enrolment ratio (class XI-XII) for
girls

10 Gross Enrolment Ratio (Class IXII) for girls


11 Percentage of the literate
population between age of 15-24
to total no of population
12 Completion rate in SCVT
programmes and in general
programmes for boys
13 Teacher Pupil Ratio at Primary
level

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Teacher Pupil ratio at upper


primary
Teacher Pupil ratio at secondary
level
14 Access to universalize of Upper
Primary school with in the radius
of 2 Km
Access to universalize of primary
school with in the radius of 1
Km .
15 % Children in Std III-V who CAN
READ
Level 1 (Std I) text or more
16 % Children in Std III-V who CAN
DO

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

2015-16
subtraction or more

17 % Children in VIII who CAN READ


text or more
18 % Children in Std VIII who can do
Subtraction and more
19 Percentage of schools having
toilet available and useable
20 Percentage of school having
drinking water provision and
available

Social Welfare- Vulnerable Groups


1

Current Status

Annual Target
for

Proportion of female children in


employment (% of female

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

children ages 7-14)


2

Gender Inequality Index/ Gender


Development Index value for
Andhra Pradesh and its rank
among the states of India

Connectivity to un connected
tribal habitations under NABARD
schemes

No. of KMs

Assistance provided to families


for various poverty alleviation
programs under Economic
Support

No. of
families

Schools provided with additional


infrastructure like dormitory and
toilet blocks in Ashram Schools

No. of Ashram
schools

100

20000

87

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

SC Households provided with free


power

No. of HHs

SC students provided with


Professional Guidance for Civil
Services Examination under NTR
Vidyonnathi Scheme

No. of
students

Persons benefited with subsidy


under APSCCFC economic
support scheme

No. of
beneficiarie
s

119172

Financial assistance to BC youth


No. of
living BPL in rural areas through
beneficiarie
AP BC Co-op Fin Crop. Ltd (Margin s
Money Scheme)

58253

10 Subsidy for Bank Linked Income


Generated Schemes (APSCMFC)

499014

250

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

11 Maintenance of Educational
Institutions for Tribal
Welfare:
Hostels
Coaching provided to tribal
children for competitive
examinations
Pre and Post Matriculation
Scholarships for tribal students
12 Procurement of minor forest
produce (MFP) and agriculture
produce from tribals at
remunerative prices and PDS

Rural Development- Poverty Alleviation

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Person days generated under


MGNREGS

Cr. person
days

Number of persons employed for


more than 100 days under
MGNREGS

Lakh No.

14.51

SHGs Linked with bank credit


under State Revolving Fund

No. of SHGs

4,000

Persons covered under Death &


disability insurance (AABY)

Lakh No.

24.88

DWCRA groups benefited under


Capital infusion scheme

No. of SHGs

No. of SHGs provided skill upgradation

No.

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Proportion of population below


accepted official poverty
definition Total (Head Count
Ratio)

Households having functional


bank accounts (Jan Dhan Yojana)

9 Social Security Pension


(SSP): Old Age Pension (OAP)
Disabled persons
Widows
Toddy tappers

Lakh No.
Lakh No.
Lakh No.
Lakh No.

Panchayat Raj and Rural Water Supply


1
Drinking water Institutions:
Coverage of hospitals, nursing
care homes, other health care
facilities with safe piped drinking

No. of
institutions

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

water meeting WHO guidelines


371
Coverage of schools and
anganwadis with safe piped
drinking water meeting WHO
guidelines

No. of
schools

Households having basic services


(treated tap water within the
premises, latrine facility within
premises, electricity connection
of 220 V, drainage and sewerage
connection)

Percentage

Coverage of Individual Household


with PWS connections in rural
areas

No.

Sanitation:
Coverage of Panchayats under

No.

1510110

(Source:
NRDWP,
Ministry of
Drinking
Water &
Sanitation)

(As on
20/4/2015,
Source:
NRDWP,
Ministry of
Drinking
Water &
Sanitation)

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

SWM and LWM


Coverage of schools and
anganwadis with toilets

No.

71,448 School toilets


6,273 Anganwadi
Toilets

Coverage of hospitals, nursing


care homes, other health care
facilities with toilets

No.

% of water bodies deemed


polluted by national standards

Percentage

At schools, provide at least one


toilet per 25 girls and at least
one toilet for female school staff,
as well as a minimum of one
toilet plus one urinal (or 50
centimetres of urinal wall) per 50
boys, and at least one toilet for

No.

(Upto
March
2014, Socio
Economic
Survey 1415)

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

male school staff.


Construction of IHHLs (ODF
Status)

No. of IHHLs

% of households with exclusive


access to latrines within dwelling

Percentage

% of population / structures /
building facilities connected to
wastewater or faecal sludge
evacuation and transport
services

Percentage

Construction of Rural roads upgrading the existing


earthen/gravel roads to WBM / BT
standards under APRICRR

No. of
Habitations /
Length in KMs

1,26,770

CC + BT Roads23,344 Kms
WBM- 10,421 Kms
Gravel -19,636

6,00,000

200

(Socio
Economic
Survey, 1415)

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

Kms
Earthen -23,495
Kms
Providing all weather road
connectivity under PMGSY

No. of Habitations
/ Length in KMs

125

Studies for SDG Indicators:


Poverty, Inclusion, Food Security & Empowerment
By 2030, eradicate extreme poverty for all people
1 Proportion of population below
Nos.
everywhere, currently measured according to
official poverty line
accepted official poverty
Study frequency - Annual
definition Rural
Responsibility- Planning
2

Proportion of population below


accepted official poverty
definition Urban

Nos.

Proportion of population below


accepted official poverty

Nos.

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

definition Total
4

Growth in real consumption in


the state

Per Capita Expenditure Rural

Rs.

Per Capita Expenditure Urban

Rs.

Per Capita Expenditure Total

Rs.

State Poverty headcount ratio


-Rural

Rs.

State Poverty headcount ratio


-Urban

Rs.

10 Share of poorest quintile in state

By 2030, reduce at least by half the proportion of


men, women and children of all ages living in
poverty in all its dimensions according to national

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

definitions
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- Planning

consumption
11 Percentage of Landless
population

Source/
Year

12 Rural poverty gap at state


poverty lines
13
Mean Consumption of below 40%
Gini Index
14

16 Households having functinal bank Nos.


accounts (Jan Dhan Yojana)

Implement nationally appropriate social protection


systems and measures for all, including poor, and
by 2030 achieve substantial coverage of the poor
and the vulnerable
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- SEM

17 Percentage of population below


level of minimum calorie intake

End hunger and ensure access by all people, in


particular the poor and people in vulnerable
situations including infants, to safe nutritious and

15 Bank savings % of GDP

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

sufficient food all year round


Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- SEM

of the population and percentage


of poor below level of minimum
Calorie intake (determines
undernourishment if less than
1800 calories)
18 Rate of growth of Food Inflation
-Rural

19 Rate of growth of Food Inflation Urban

20 Proportion of people with access


to financial markets and
institutions, segregated by age,
sex, disability, social groups
(tribal and non-tribal), and
religion and caste (including
classification based on SC/ ST/
OBC/ general categories)

Study frequency - Monthly


Responsibility- Planning

Adopt policies especially fiscal, wage, and social


protection policies and progressively achieve
greater equality
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- SEM

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

Studies for SDG Indicators:


Vulnerable Groups
21 Difference in Literacy rate, youth
female to youth male (% of
females ages 15-24 & % of males
ages 15-24)

End all forms of discrimination against all women


and girls everywhere.
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- SEM

22 Proportion of number of schools


%
which have separate toilet facility
for girl child.
23 Salary/wage differentials
between men and women, by
sector of economic activity.
24 Gender Inequality Index value for
Andhra Pradesh and its rank
among the states of India.
25 Percentage of women and men

Eliminate all forms of violence against all women


and girls in public and private spheres, including

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

trafficking and sexual and other types of


exploitation Study frequency Annual
Responsibility - SEM

who report feeling safe walking


alone at night in the city or area
where they live.
26 Violent injuries and deaths per
100,000 population.

Source/
Year

Nos.

27 Percentage of work sites having


%
Child care facilities in the working
compound.

28 Proportion of women who have


the ability to negotiate sexual
and reproductive decisions.

29 Control of women/men over


fertility decisions (e.g. number of
children, desirability and method

Recognize and value unpaid care and domestic


work through the provision of public services,
infrastructure and social protection policies, and
the promotion of shared responsibility within the
household and the family as nationally appropriate
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- SEM
Ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive
health and reproductive rights
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- SEM

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

of abortions)
30 Percentage of young people
receiving comprehensive
sexuality education

Studies for SDG Indicators:


Sustainable Economic Growth
31 Difference in Average household
expenditure of women/men
headed households on
education/health.

32 Percentage of children (under 15


years) not enrolled in schools or
drop outs

Studies for SDG Indicators:

Undertake reforms to give women equal rights to


economic resources, as well as access to
ownership and control over land and other forms
of property, financial services, inheritance, and
natural resources in accordance with national laws
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- SEM
Take immediate and effective measures to secure
the prohibition and elimination of the worst forms
of child labour, eradicate forced labour and end
child labour in all its forms
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- SEM

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

Health
33 Percentage of population having
bank accounts showing regular
transactions

34 Percentage of population whose


%
health expenditures exceeds 10%
of total expenditures

35 % of hospitals, nursing care


homes, other health care
facilities, schools, aganwadis,
having safe piped drinking water
meeting WHO guidelines
36 % of females safely disposing
pads such as deep pit burial or
burning

Strengthen the capacity of financial institutions to


encourage and to expand access to banking,
insurance and financial services for all
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- SEM
Achieve universal health coverage (UHC), including
financial risk protection, access to quality essential
health care services, and access to safe, effective,
quality, and affordable essential medicines and
vaccines for all
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- SEM
Achieve universal and equitable access to safe and
affordable drinking water for all

Achieve access to adequate and equitable


sanitation and hygiene for all and end open
defecation, paying special attention to the needs
of women and girls and those in vulnerable
situations

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

2015-16

37 % of health care centres,


educational institutions,
workplaces, hotels and
commercial establishments
which have pad dispensers in
washrooms, which are regularly
refilled

38 % of females in high risk


environment such as slums,
illegal settlements, refugee
camps etc. having access to safe
menstrual hygiene of using free
sanitary pads and their safe
disposal

Studies for SDG Indicators:


Water

Current Status

Annual Target
for

Study frequency - Annual


Responsibility- SEM

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Achieve universal and equitable access to safe and


affordable drinking water for all
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- SEM

39 Percentage of households paying


water charges.

40 Satisfaction with water tariffs,


whether the price of water is an
obstruction in gaining access to
water

41 Per Capita demand - supply of


water

LCPD/Perso
n

Improve water quality by reducing pollution,


eliminating dumping and minimizing release of
hazardous chemicals and materials, reducing
untreated wastewater and increasing recycling and
safe reuse
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- SEM

Studies for Global Indices


Index
1

Social Progress
Index

Agency

Year

Social
Progress
Imperative

2015

Source/
Year

India
101/133

Andhra Pradesh
53.06

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Human
Development
Index

UNDP

2013

135/187

0.586

Inequalityadjusted Human
Development
Index

UNDP

2013

135/187

0.418

Gender Inequality
Index

UNDP

2013

127/187

0.563

Gender- related
Development
Index

UNDP

132/187

0.828

Multidimensional
Poverty Index

UNDP

2005/
06

NA

0.282

Health Adjusted

WHO

2012

138/191

57

NA

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Life Expectancy
(HALE)
8

Disability
Adjusted Life Year
Index (DALY)

WHO

NA

Life Expectancy
at Birth

UNDP

2012

Infrastructure Mission
Infrastructure
1

Percentage of population having


access to potable water services
(by urban/rural)

Percentage of the population


accessing reliable and quality

NA

139/187

NA

NA

66

NA

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

electricity supply (by urban/rural)


3

Percentage of human habitations


having access to all-weather road

Percentage of human habitations


having access to public transport
services (within 1 km)

Percentage of utilisation of the


traffic handling capacity of the
port

Total revenue generated by the


port
(Rs)

Revenues accrued to the GoAP as

1, 26,885
(all roads)
(Source:
Statistical
Abstract
2012-13)

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

share (Rs- in Crores)


8 Capacity augmentation of ports
(in hours)
9 Total value of the Cargo handled
in ports (in million Tonnes)Imports and exports
10 Airports: No. of commercial
flights operated on an average
per day: Domestic/ International
11 Airports: No. of passengers Domestic/International
12 Cargo handled (in tonnes)

Energy

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

1 Per capita electricity


consumption

KWh per
person

2 Percentage of the population


using safe and clean cooking
fuels (Urban/rural )

Lakhs

3 Carbon, ozone-depleting
substances and GHG emission
footprint of energy consumption

Tons per capita

4 Increase in buildings that


adhere/comply with the Energy
Conservation Building Code
(ECBC) of BEE

5 Industrial units that have


substantially increased the end
use energy efficiency according
to BEE norms

8, 880

Source/
Year

Statistical
Abstract
(2012-13)

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

2015-16

6 Smart grid network (in km) out of


the total existing electric grid
network (km)

HVDC transmission lines

Km

HVDS distribution lines

Km

Renewable energy generation


capacity

Current Status

Annual Target
for

Capacity addition (APGENCO)

10 AT&C losses (%)

Studies for SDG Indicators:

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

Energy and Infrastructure


1

Per capita energy consumption

kgoe

Per capita fossil fuel consumption

kgoe

Percentage of the population


using safe and clean cooking
fuels (by urban/rural)

Carbon, ozone-depleting
substances and GHG emission
footprint of energy consumption

CO2 (short
tons)

Rate of primary energy intensity


improvement in GSDP

PEC/ GDP

Percentage increase in usage of


BEE star rated domestic
appliances (lights, refrigeration,

Ensure universal access to affordable, reliable, and


modern energy services
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- IFIM

Increase substantially the share of renewable


energy in the energy mix
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- Planning
Improve energy efficiency across all energy use
sectors and of all energy using appliances and
devices
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- IFIM

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

air conditioners, etc.)


7

Percentage increase in buildings


that adhere/comply with the
Energy Conservation Building
Code (ECBC) of BEE

Percentage of industrial units


that have substantially increased
the end use energy efficiency
according to BEE norms

Percentage increase in the use of


vehicles that comply with
improved energy use standards
of GoI

10 Percentage of capacity addition


investment in RE out of total
power capacity addition

Enhance cooperation to facilitate access to clean


energy research and technologies, including
renewable energy, energy efficiency, advanced
and cleaner fossil fuel technologies and promote

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

investment in energy infrastructure and clean


energy technologies
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- IFIM

investment
11 Percentage of subsidy on power
spend on renewable energy

12 Percentage of subsidy on energy


spend on fossil fuel

13 Percentage increase in public and


private investment in clean
energy technologies (solar, wind,
biomass, etc.)

14 Percentage of public and private


investment for developing SMART
GRID infrastructure to total
(generation, transmission and
distribution)

15 Percentage increase in public and

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

private investment on research


on clean energy technologies.
(Year to Year)

Studies for Global Indices


Index

Agency

Year

India
Rank

Global
Infrastructure
Investment Index
Global Energy
Architecture
Performance
Index

Arcadis

World
Economic
Forum

2014

2015

Industry Mission
Investments, Industry and Commerce

Andhra Pradesh
Value

Rank

Value

25/41

95

0.51

Range from
high
performer
score (1)
to low
performer
score (0)

Sr
.
N
o.
1

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

Ease of doing Business: Rank


Marks

Lee Kuan
Yew
University
Report

Competitiveness Index (defined as


cluster development+ Capital
infrastructure + local enterprise
development+ Administrative
infrastructure+ human resource
development)

Contribution of Industries as a
percentage of GDP:
Manufacturing industries
(registered)

GSDP
Data

Manufacturing industries
(unregistered)
4

Employment in industry sector

No.

NSS

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

(% of total employment)
5

New Major industries proposal


6 Total SEZs: Functional

Source/
Year

Survey
Rs. Crs.
Number

1,36,000
32

SES 2014-15

Rs. In
crores
Export value from
the SEZs
7

Number of MSMEs (organized


+unorganized)

No.

10,8,494

-do- (till
September
2014)

Employment in MSMEs
(organized + unorganized)

No.

11,90,277

-do- (till
September
2014)

MSMEs investment

Rs. Cr

19,176

-do- (till
September

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

2014)

Rs. Cr

10 Banking Plan for MSMEs

SLBC
Data
Rs. Cr

11 Total production value from


MSMEs

DCMSME

12 PCPIR Status

Studies for SDG Indicators:


Industry
1

Water productivity of industries


(tons of product per unit water
used)

Percentage of industries reducing


consumption of ozone-depleting
substances and GHG emissions

Promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization,


and raise significantly industrys share of
employment and GDP
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- Planning
%

Sr
.
N
o.
3

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

Enhance scientific research, upgrade the


technological capabilities of industrial sectors and
encourage innovation and increase the number of
R&D workers and public and private R&D spending

Industrial patents granted to


state units / agencies by the
National Patent and Trademark
Office per million people

Investment in upgrading
production technology as
percentage of total industrial
investment

Percentage of Industries with


nationally accepted quality
certifications

Percentage of Industries with


Clean Technology Certification

Investment in upgrading human


resources skills as percentage of
total industrial investment

Study frequency - Annual


Responsibility- IM

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Personnel in R&D employment in


industry (% of total employment)

Index of use of ICT enabled


services in industrial production
(Index on ICT maturity)

Source/
Year

Studies for SDG Indicators:


Sustainable Economic Growth
10 Rate of increase in labour
productivity in industry and
service sector

11 Investment in R&D by industries


to the total expenditure/
investment

12 Percentage of work force working %


under conditions compliant in law
and practice to fundamental ILO /

Achieve higher levels of productivity of economies


through diversification, technological upgrading
and innovation, including through a focus on high
value added and labor-intensive sectors
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- IM

Protect labour rights and promote safe and secure


working environments of all workers, including
migrant workers, particularly women migrants, and
those in precarious employment

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

national labour standards


13 Percentage of industrial workers
working under hazardous
conditions

14 Industries with high recorded


rates of worker accidents /
injuries
15 Percentage of uninsured workers
in organized sector

16 Percentage of migrant to total


workers in the State

17 Percentage of migrant to total


workers in unorganized sector

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

Studies for Global Indices


Index

Agenc
y

Year

India
Rank

Global
Competitiveness
Index

Ease of Doing
Business Index

Andhra Pradesh

Value

Rank

Value

World

2014

Economi
c Forum

World
Bank

2015

71/144

142/18
9

4.2

53.97

NA

2/19

Hyderabad
city rank
among other
Indian cities
(Sub-national
ranking done
in 2009)

Services Mission
Information Technology, Electronics and Communications
1

Setting up IT Hubs ( No of
Companies registered )

No

10,250

SES 2014-15

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

Employment created

No

12,000

Total Turnover ( Crore)

No

15,000

-do-

Exports Value

No

2,500

-do-

No of Department attached to Egovernance/E-filing System

No

Percentage of Human habitation


having access to
communication(telephone or
Mobile)

SLBC
Data

Percentage of Human habitation


having access to
broadband(Fixed line/mobile)

DCMSME

Percentage of households with

-do-

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Tourism
No. of tourism projects (8 themes)
Beaches, Adventure, nature, temple,
spiritual entertainment history and
heritage , urban attractions
2

Employment generated
Direct -

Current Status

2015-16
internet by type of service by
urban /rural areas.

Unit

Annual Target
for

Indirect Percentage increases in Public and


private investment in preservation

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Annual footfall in tourism sites


1) National 2) International -

Advertisements for Promotion of


Tourism

Percentages of GSDP contribution


from tourism

Development of Infrastructure
facilities for Tourism Promotion

Current Status

2015-16
and maintenance of historical
/archaeological sites/monuments

Unit

Annual Target
for

National Tourism Fairs/Festivals

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

Studies for SDG Indicators:


Sustainable Economic Growth (Tourism)
Number of historical monuments
protected by the Archaeological
Survey of India

Nos.

Number of classical and folk art


forms protected as cultural
heritage

Nos.

Percentage increase in public and


private investment in
preservation of classical and folk
cultural

Percentage increase in public and


private investment in
preservation and maintenance of
historical / archaeological sites /
monuments

Strengthen efforts to protect and safeguard the


worlds cultural and natural heritage and promote
sustainable tourism
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- SSM Tourism

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Percentage increase in public and


private investment in
preservation of natural heritage /
bio-reserve sites

Percentage increase in public and


private investment in tourism
industry

Percentage of GSDP contribution


from tourism

Percentage increase in workforce


in tourism industry

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

Studies for SDG Indicators:


Governance and Grievance Redressal
1

Proportion of cases recorded and


redressed through Grievance
Redressal Systems

Expand e-governance services to cover maximum


number of GtoC and GtoB transactions

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Total schemes seeded to Aadhar


numbers

Nos.

Public availability and


implementation of Citizen
Charters by government
departments

Nos.

Availability of Information Centre/


Mee Seva Centre at GP/Ward

Nos.

Number of services covered by


Mee Seva Centres

Nos.

Number of applications received


and redressed at Mee Seva
Centres

Nos.

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Studies for Global Indices


India

Year
Index

Rank

Knowledge
Economy Index

Andhra Pradesh

Agency

World Bank

Knowledge and Skill Mission


Higher Education and Skill
1

Percentage of people
unemployed

Percentage of the people self


employed

Percentage of the people who

2012

109/14
5

Value

3.06

Rank

Value

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

are employed through TVET


(Technical Vocational Education
Training) Programmes

Studies for SDG Indicators:


Education and Skill
1

Percentage of Children can


recognize number (Std I-II)

Percentage of children can do


addition or subtraction (Std III-V)

APs rank in HDI

No of new institution coming up


with sustainable development in
their course curriculum

Nos.

No of policies supporting

Nos.

Ensure that all Girls and boys complete free,


equitable and quality primary and secondary
education leading to relevant and effective
learning outcome Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- SDM

Ensure all learners acquire knowledge and skills


needed to promote sustainable development,
including among others through education for
sustainable development and sustainable lifestyle,
human rights, gender equality, promotion of a
citizenship and appreciation of cultural diversity
and of cultures contribution to sustainable
development
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- SDM except for AP HDI rank and
policies for gender equality to be undertaken by

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

Planning
Sustainable Development
6

No of policies supporting gender


equality

Nos.

Studies for SDG Indicators:


Sustainable Economic Growth
7 Achieve full and productive
employment and decent work for
all women and men, including for
young people and persons with
disabilities, and equal pay for
work of equal value
8 Percentage of young people not
in education, employment or
training (NEET)

Studies for Global Indices

Achieve full and productive employment and


decent work for all women and men, including for
young people and persons with disabilities, and
equal pay for work of equal value
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- SDM

Reduce the proportion of youth not in employment,


% education or training
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- SDM

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

India

Year
Index

Source/
Year

Andhra Pradesh

Agenc
y
Rank

Education Development
Index

UNESC
O

2013

105/12
7

Education Index

UNDP

2013

135/18
7

Composite Learning
Index

Canadian
Council on
Learning

Value

Rank

Value

Urban Mission
Urban Development
1

Domestic consumption of water

litres/day

Population having access to safe

Percentage

49

Census 2011
(for 13 AP

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

drinking water supply (treated


tap water within/outside the
premises)

Source/
Year

districts)

Population having access to


latrine facilities within the
premises

Percentage

Households living in kaccha


houses

Percentage

Households having basic services


(treated tap water within the
premises, latrine facility within
premises, electricity connection
of 220 V, drainage and sewerage
connection)

Percentage

Per capita waste generation in


the ULBs

Kg/day

48

32

0.2- 0.4

Census 2011
(for 13 AP
districts)

Census 2011
(for 13 AP
districts)

Commissioner
& Director of
Municipal
Administration

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

(GoAP)

Reduction in ozone-depleting
substances and GHG emission
from the city

Percentage

City public transportation


capacity per 100,000 population

No.

Public transport buses with


disabled friendly facilities plying
in the city

Percentage

10 Total Road network in the State

Km.

45,831

SES 2014-15
(as on 02062014)

11 Public investment in city


development as percentage of

Percentage

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

GSDP
12 Public investment in city
development as percentage of
GSDP

Percentage

13 Total green area cover inside the

Percentage

city to total area of the city

14 Reduction in ozone-depleting
substances and GHG emission
from the city

Percentage

Urban Water Supply and Sanitation


1 Drinking water: Coverage of
Individual Household connections
in urban areas

No.

2 Per capita waste generation in

Kg/day

0.2- 0.4

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

the ULBs
3 % of population which practice
open defecation

Studies for SDG Indicators:


Urban
1

Per capita living space /


residential space in the city

Percentage reduction in ozonedepleting substances and GHG


emission from the city

Ensure access for all to adequate, safe and


affordable housing and basic services, and upgrade
and improve slums
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- UM
Increase the number of cities and human
settlements adopting and implementing integrated
policies and plans towards inclusion, resource
efficiency, mitigation and adaptation to climate
change, resilience to disasters
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- Planning

Studies for SDG Indicators:


Water
3

% of municipal waste water

Improve water quality by reducing pollution,


eliminating dumping and minimizing release of

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

2015-16

Source/
Year

hazardous chemicals and materials, reducing


untreated wastewater and increasing recycling and
safe reuse
Study frequency - Annual
Responsibility- UM

safely reused and industrial


waste water recycled

Current Status

Annual Target
for

Status of Wastewater Generation,


Collection and Percent Sewerage
Covered in Class-I and Class-II
Cities In Andhra Pradesh

Studies for Global Indices


Index

Agency

Year

India
Rank

Livability Index
(India)

Institute for
Competitiveness
(Part of Institute for
Strategy and
Competitiveness at
Harvard Business

2014

NA

Andhra Pradesh

Value
NA

Rank
23/50
24/50
5/50

Value
57.4
57.2
62.8

Vishakhapat
nam
Vijayawada
Hyderabad

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Source/
Year

School)

Economist
Intelligence
Unit

2014

Livability Index
(World)

Economist
Intelligence
Unit

2012

Global City
Competitiveness
Index

NA

NA

NA

98/120

Mission Wise Indicators


Good Governance and Grievance Redressal
1

Proportion of cases recorded and


redressed through Grievance
Redressal Systems

Total schemes seeded to Aadhar


numbers

No.

39.4

Hyderaba
d

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

Current Status

Annual Target
for
2015-16

Proportion of households without


bank accounts

Public availability and


implementation of Citizen
Charters by government
departments

No. of
depts.

Availability of Information Centre/


Mee Seva Centre at GP/Ward

No. of
GP/Ward

Number of services covered by


Mee Seva Centres

No.

Number of applications received


and redressed at Mee Seva
Centres

No.

Percentage of Smart Village-

Source/
Year

Sr
.
N
o.

Indicators

Unit

2015-16
Smart Ward adopted

10

Current Status

Annual Target
for

Percentage of Best Practices in


SV-SW adopted

Percentage status of 20 NonNegotiables in SV-SW

Source/
Year