State Report Cards 2004

A Few Comments

It is very interesting and provides us with a lot of state level data to give us a good sense of variation, Dr. Ellis Simon, UNESCO Institute for Statistics, Montreal

I feel this publication would be a good material for researchers in education, Prof. P. R. Panchamukhi, Centre for Multi-Disciplinary Development Research, Dharwad

The Publication is really useful to us, Prof. Venita Kaul, Senior Education Specialist, World Bank, New Delhi

It provides consolidated state data on useful indicators, Prof. N. K. Jangira, Consultant, World Bank, New Delhi

There is a good amount of information in State Report Cards, Prof. A. N. Nalla Gounden, Chennai

I am sure that State Report Cards will enrich our research work, Prof. Sarthi Acharya, Director, Institute of Development Studies, Jaipur

Mr. Mukesh Ambani thanks you for sending State Report Cards and will go through it with interest, Mr. B. Srinivasan, Senior Manager, Reliance Industries Limited, Mumbai

The voluminous information on elementary education in various states is easily understandable to an interested lay person in education and is indeed a significant achievement in the field of EMIS, Prof. Kuldip Kumar, formally with NCERT, New Delhi

This is a very useful document, Prof. A. S. Seetharamu, Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore

The report has been brought out well, Prof. G.D. Sharma, Consortium for Educational Communication, New Delhi

This would be very much useful for our Institute’s library, Mr. P. K. Tripathy, Librarian, Regional Institute of Education, Bhopal.

There is such a lot of useful data generated that I hope this receives much wider publicity, Prof. Bibek Debroy, Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, New Delhi

I am sure it will be very useful for especially those working in data mining, Dr. Rattan K. Datta, MERIT, New Delhi

This will be extremely useful to us, Dr. K.K. Krishankumar, Secretary, Centre for Socio-Economic and Environmental Studies, Kochi, Kerala

While District Report Cards were useful for planning at the micro level, the State Report Cards are useful for intensive state analysis, Prof. Ajit Kumar Jain, Indian Institute of Health Management Research, Jaipur

I find the publication very informative and of highest quality, Prof. P. C. Deka, Vice Chancellor, Tezpur University, Assam

The Information contained in the publication is going to be very useful for us, Mr. .K.Sankranthi, M.Venkatarangaiya Foundation, Secunderabad

I have had a glance of the document and found it really a very comprehensive and well researched publication, Ms. Kalpana Bindu, Centre for Media Studies, New Delhi

The document contains very useful bench-mark data about the status of elementary education in India, Dr. J. C. Goyal, Education Consultant, Ghaziabad

This would be a useful document for our work on human development, Dr. Seeta Prabhu, United Nations Development Programme, New Delhi

It is a marvelous achievement, Dr. Geeta Kingdon, Department of Economics, University of Oxford, Oxford (U. K)

I find it very useful and interesting, Prof. V.L. Chopra, Member, Planning Commission, Yojana Bhawan, New Delhi

I appreciate your kind gesture, Mr. N.R. Narayana Murthy, Chairman, Infosys Technologies Limited, Bangalore

The publication is very useful to our researchers, Prof. N.C. Shah, Director, Sardar Patel Institute of Economic & Social Research, Ahmedabad

It provides a wealth of information which is encapsulated very neatly in the State Report Cards, Dr. Preet Rustagi, Centre for Women’s Development Studies, New Delhi

It is highly informative and will be useful to all of us, Prof. S. Lele, Rector, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi

We have found the publication quite interesting and useful, Prof. Daulat Jotwani, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai

The State Report Cards will help us in knowing our state’s position in comparison to other States, Mr. M.G. Marath

This publication shall be helpful for education planners and researchers, State Project Director, Himachal Pradesh Primary Education Society, Shimla

More than 400 variables captured provide valuable inputs for implementing sound educational programme like SSA in the decentralized context, Dr. P.L. Sanjeev Reddy, Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi

I myself and my researchers have used earlier report cards and plan to use the latest report, Prof. B. C. Mehta, Emeritus Professor of Economics, Jodhpur

Undoubtedly this document will be very useful, Dr. Sushmita Mitra, Director, National Institute of Open Schooling, New Delhi