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  • As per the evaluation report of NITI Aayog, Beti Bachao Beti Padhao (BBBP) scheme has been able to generate significant mass- mobilisation to eliminate gender discrimination and valuing the girl child and the scheme has been able to develop many good practices and community-level initiatives. The awareness about the scheme was also found to be high.

    Consistent efforts are made under BBBP at all levels to generate awareness about the rights of girl child through community engagement, stop sex selection at birth and encourage positive action to support their education growth and development. Convergent efforts are made in collaboration with other Ministries and stakeholders. The implementation of the Scheme is monitored by the task force under BBBP at District, State and National level.

    The overall objective of the BBBP Scheme is to address the issue of decline in Child Sex Ratio and create an enabling environment for education of the girl child. Child Sex Ratio (Census by Registrar General of India) is a decadal process. Hence, an intermediary targets i.e. Sex Ratio at Birth have been set as a monitoring parameter for the progress of Scheme. SRB (as per Health Management Information System (HMIS) of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare) has shown an improving trend of 16 points at National level from 918 (2014-15) to 934 (2019- 20). The State/UT wise SRB of 2014-15 and 2019-20 is at Annexure-I

    The total amount allocated under the scheme to different States/UTs and utilized so far is at Annexure II.

    This information was given by the Minister of Women and Child Development, Smt. sSmriti Zubin Irani, in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha today.

     

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    Annexure –I

     

     

    State/ UT wise Sex Ratio at Birth for the period of April-March, 2014-15 and 2019-20

    State/ UT wise Sex Ratio at Birth for the period of April-March, 2014-15 and 2019-20

    Sl. No.

    States/ UTs

    2014-15

    2019-20

     

    All India

    918

    934

    1

    A & N Islands

    967

    985

    2

    Andhra Pradesh

    921

    945

    3

    Arunachal Pradesh

    916

    931

    4

    Assam

    920

    942

    5

    Bihar

    936

    917

    6

    Chandigarh

    874

    935

    7

    Chhattisgarh

    930

    965

    8

    Dadra & Nagar Haveli

    939

    921

    9

    Daman & Diu

    894

    902

    10

    Delhi

    901

    915

    11

    Goa

    939

    971

    12

    Gujarat

    901

    914

    13

    Haryana

    876

    924

    14

    Himachal Pradesh

    897

    933

    15

    Jammu & Kashmir

    936

    942

    16

    Jharkhand

    920

    920

    17

    Karnataka

    945

    937

    18

    Kerala

    959

    958

    19

    Lakshadweep

    1000

    952

    20

    Madhya Pradesh

    926

    935

    21

    Maharashtra

    920

    941

    22

    Manipur

    933

    924

    23

    Meghalaya

    938

    946

    24

    Mizoram

    971

    971

    25

    Nagaland

    948

    913

    26

    Odisha

    948

    938

    27

    Puducherry

    916

    938

    28

    Punjab

    892

    920

    29

    Rajasthan

    929

    948

    30

    Sikkim

    957

    962

    31

    Tamil Nadu

    917

    943

    32

    Telangana

    925

    950

    33

    Tripura

    958

    944

    34

    Uttar Pradesh

    885

    928

    35

    Uttarakhand

    903

    949

    36

    West Bengal

    942

    951

     

    Note: As per the HMIS data received from MoH&FW. Figures are statistically rounded off

     

    Annexure II

     

    The total amount allocated to different States/UTs and utilized under BBBP Scheme during last 5 years and current year is as under

     

    Status of Funds under BBBP for Multi Sectoral intervention in Districts.

    ( Amount is Lakhs)

    S No.

    State

    Total

    Fund Available

    2015- 16

    Utilization during 2015-16

    Total Fund Available

    FY 2016-17

    Utilization during 2016-17

    Total Fund Available

    2017-18

    Utilization during 2017-18

    Total Fund Available

    2018-19

    Utilization during 2018-19

    Total

    Fund Available

    2019-20

    Utilization during 2019-20

    Total

    Fund Available

    2020- 21

    1.  

    Andhra Pradesh

    32.51

    18.32

    14.18

    7.39

    32.51

    17.87

    196.50

    94.73

    200.00

    137.49

    200.00

    1.  

    Arunachal Pradesh

    32.51

    32.51

    0.00

    0.00

    32.51

    27.05

    170.87

    103.34

    241.65

    208.85

    150.00

    1.  

    Assam

    32.51

    0.00

    32.51

    2.78

    32.51

    20.24

    25.00

    11.37

    86.65

    53.55

    75.0

    1.  

    Bihar

    32.51

    2.72

    29.78

    17.99

    32.51

    10.02

    418.00

    15.16

    425.00

    18.56

    406.43

    1.  

    Chhattisgarh

    32.51

    22.42

    10.08

    0.00

    47.00

    34.03

    49.50

    14.67

    69.61

    67.23

    26.19

    1.  

    Goa

    32.51

    0.00

    32.51

    8.40

    24.11

    20.49

    3.62

    0.00

    25.00

    4.07

    20.93

    1.  

    Gujarat

    205.70

    0.00

    205.70

    38.39

    280.24

    81.31

    588.48

    156.45

    710.25

    434.07

    508.14

    1.  

    Haryana

    365.86

    254.54

    205.39

    27.30

    570.66

    214.01

    536.56

    199.46

    522.67

    286.69

    469.76

    1.  

    Himachal Pradesh

    40.30

    25.61

    14.69

    6.89

    97.52

    6.13

    252.59

    190.64

    293.48

    229.85

    222.40

    1.  

    J&K

    216.15

    141.10

    88.00

    52.29

    298.62

    234.43

    422.90

    192.67

    552.67

    370.44

    471.48

    1.  

    Leh

    0.00

    0.0

    0.00

    0.00

    0.00

    0.0

    25.00

    20.15

    45.73

    37.96

    16.39

    1.  

    Jharkhand

    27.89

    4.73

    23.16

    23.16

    0.00

    0.00

    313.37

    54.59

    298.95

    80.24

    264.24

    1.  

    Karnataka

    29.55

    29.55

    0.00

    0.00

    32.51

    32.51

    140.78

    79.39

    125.00

    99.71

    125.00

    1.  

    Kerala

    32.51

    0.95

    31.55

    23.91

    13.75

    4.81

    23.5

    2.83

    25

    17.14

    25.00

    1.  

    Madhya Pradesh

    134.49

    51.84

    105.40

    56.24

    150.46

    84.47

    1021.93

    356.85

    1264.41

    758.69

    1067.93

    1.  

    Maharashtra

    339.73

    157.00

    182.73

    53.66

    424.46

    138.71

    799.74

    261.71

    832.06

    365.14

    722.70

    1.  

    Manipur

    15.13

    0.00

    15.13

    15.13

    44.95

    44.95

    269.45

    241.94

    398.55

    367.73

    350.00

    1.  

    Meghalaya

    32.46

    32.46

    16.23

    0.85

    32.51

    23.78

    24.70

    24.53

    67.53

    57.80

    50.00

    1.  

    Mizoram

    32.51

    32.50

    0.01

    0.00

    32.51

    32.51

    100.00

    75.00

    100.00

    75.00

    75.0

    1.  

    Nagaland

    32.51

    24.05

    32.51

    23.30

    32.51

    32.51

    295.52

    228.36

    320.33

    298.91

    292.97

    1.  

    Odisha

    32.51

    10.47

    22.04

    21.33

    32.51

    15.19

    119.63

    3.29

    375.00

    50.88

    346.08

    1.  

    Punjab

    401.95

    0.00

    401.95

    312.37

    600.61

    482.39

    554.71

    360.55

    941.94

    683.75

    509.4

    1.  

    Rajasthan

    305.35

    75.33

    266.11

    90.26

    421.55

    117.13

    857.64

    151.88

    886.62

    430.73

    748.66

    1.  

    Sikkim

    32.51

    32.51

    32.51

    25.84

    48.76

    48.76

    50.00

    47.50

    50.00

    50.00

    25.00

    1.  

    Tamilnadu

    32.51

    32.51

    0.00

    0.00

    30.88

    13.70

    446.78

    306.57

    324.31

    302.72

    274.56

    1.  

    Telangana

    32.51

    5.60

    26.91

    6.72

    31.51

    7.18

    217.20

    143.67

    309.42

    218.33

    168.72

    1.  

    Tripura

    32.51

    32.51

    0.00

    0.00

    0.00

    0.00

    25.00

    0.00

    25.00

    20.94

    25.0

    1.  

    Uttar Pradesh

    384.62

    0.00

    384.62

    0.00

    661.35

    106.45

    1798.05

    396.29

    1798.32

    970.39

    1381.87

    1.  

    Uttarakhand

    86.87

    4.07

    82.79

    16.67

    167.94

    126.11

    323.45

    207.32

    638.43

    527.21

    297.35

    1.  

    Andaman & Nicobar

    32.51

    17.05

    16.25

    5.43

    32.49

    24.03

    25.00

    20.64

    33.27

    28.09

    25.00

    1.  

    Chandigargh

    32.51

    27.79

    4.72

    0.00

    24.24

    0.00

    20.17

    0.00

    23.50

    11.23

    25.00

    1.  

    Dadra Nagar Haveli

    32.51

    0.58

    31.93

    15.78

    32.51

    16.11

    16.40

    0.00

    25.00

    0.00

    25.00

    1.  

    Daman and Diu

    30.25

    13.93

    16.32

    1.72

    26.50

    12.43

    39.06

    14.65

    61.91

    15.01

    46.89

    1.  

    NCT DELHI

    147.53

    0.00

    147.53

    23.65

    221.73

    78.92

    261.95

    115.59

    218.89

    35.69

    217.60

    1.  

    Lakshadweep

    0.00

    0.00

    0.00

    0.00

    0.00

    0.00

    24.00

    2.65

    25.00

    23.52

    12.50

    1.  

    Puducherry

    12.10

    0.00

    12.10

    10.20

    30.01

    30.01

    25.00

    25.00

    25.00

    22.32

    12.50

     

    Total

    3328.6

    1082.65

    2485.34

    887.65

    4574.44

    2138.24

    10482.1

    4119.44

    12366.2

    7359.93

    9680.69

     

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