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Previous reports have reflected the concerns in human ln and its urgent and imminent issues. The fourth report explores the relationship and issues in some infrastructure areas with human devel- opment, discusses the need for public investment in infrastructure and focuses on where public priority is required so that faster progress in human development takes place in Madhya Pradesh. Mr Praveen Garg former Commissioner of Institutional Finance was also deeply involved in the preparation of the report. The report team owes a special mention to Dr Rajan Katoch for his continuous and untiring support and assistance in the preparation of the report.
P Gupta, Dr T. The Report has benefited from suggestions and guidance of many individuals and institutions. Mr Mukul Dhariwal provided valuable inputs for the chapter on Energy. It needs to be mentioned here reports are therefore not strictly comparable. Much of the district data used is The Human Development Index is a composite relevant in comparing districts and may not be a index comprising of levels of human development proper indicator in isolation to the index. The other parameter used is enrolment of index is a measure of how far a district has travelled, children aged years.
Data for literacy is now from a minimum level of achievement, and the path available for the year from the Census under- still to travel. Taking literacy of ages six and above and The index is calculated by the following formula: We used these regional estimates used in The minimum rate is taken as 0 per cent. The Rajiv Gandhi Shiksha Mission, Government of Madhya Pradesh, For the maximum target, a figure of 85 years was has provided the figures for children enrolled in taken, and for the minimum value, figure of 25 years schools in the year In such cases we have taken the enrolment rate 1.
The State taken at percent, and the target maximum is 0 Government does not calculate district per capita percent enrolment. Since it is extremely difficult to assess dis- rolment were combined to get the Index of Depriva- trict domestic products directly, and thereby come tion for Education. The state domestic product is calculated under 16 categories by using sources from 1. Indata for Life Expectancy was etc. Estimation of the volume of products is done not available for all the districts and hence, Infant from different sources using centrally administered Mortality Rates were used for the year based surveys by the Central Statistics Organisation CSOon Census Fertility tables.
For Railways, leased Fertility tables for that permits us to ar- Industry, Unregistered Manufacturing, Gas, Water, rive at indirect estimates for Life Expectancy at birth data from a mix of various sources is used. The indirect estimates for were nately this is not available for districts, and we have arrived at using methodology applied by Census for to resort to other means to divide the SDP district calculating mortality tables for Further, while are subject to corrections, after final fertility tables the State Domestic Product is a sum of estimates in are released, and Census publishes estimates for Life 16 different categories, many of these 16 are a sum Expectancy based on this data, however these are of different components.
Unfortunately, no informa- not yet available to us. This was a major con- which would help us in making estimations on either straint in arriving at estimates for relative strengths the Infant Mortality Rate or the Life Expectancy in of districts in per capita incomes. The Department of the districts of Madhya Pradesh in The basic methodology suggested by CSO was For some categories like agriculture, industry, also applied wherever possible. Calculating fairly good district level indicators were available that district level incomes is a difficult task given the lack were used to distribute the domestic products of these of data at this level of dis-aggregation. What was categories along districts.
Using different indicators, needed for developing an index based on income was share of districts in percentage to the specific do- to get district level figures that would indicate the mestic product was estimated, and this share was relative strength of districts in terms of per capita applied to the domestic product of that category incomes drawn from estimates of share of districts to to arrive at district level domestic product for that the state and NSDP. In the absence of such data across category. The ment, own account enterprises and establishments, income component for the MPHDI should in no way etc. The district shares of NSDP, and the per capita is given below.
The share of the 16 categories of capita incomes from it, but only a comparable figure NSDP is given in what follows. Agriculture including Animal Husbandry egories, using different methods for each category. Data was not available for agriculture, horticulture Much of the calculations and adjustments are made and animal husbandry separately. To estimate district on the basis of estimates and data from CSO and other shares of agriculture including livestock productionstudies, and applied to State level data, to arrive at district wise production of all major produce such as State level estimates.
For example, in unregistered cereals, pulses, and oilseeds was taken and states manufacturing estimates of value added for unregis- average prices for these were applied to get the dis- tered manufacturing for five digit level of NIC is trict production in price for agriculture. The agricul- derived from the survey of Directory Manu- ture domestic product was then divided along districts facturing Establishments DMEsNon-Directory according to the share of each district to the total Establishments NDEsand Own Account Enter- production in price in cereals, pulses and oilseeds.
The Industry wise estimates are adjusted by moving them backwards and forwards for the 2. Forestry and Logging current years estimates. While there is no data 3 The CSO has issued instructions to States to calculate their district domestic products, along with suggested meth- odology. The methodology is drawn from the successful experience of assessing district domestic products by the states such as Kerala, Uttar Pradesh, and Rajasthan for the past two decades. Madhya Pradesh Government has now undertaken this task. Figures for area of districts under adjusting the total LMI investment to the price levels forests and forest revenue accruing to the State from ofusing the wholesale price index for forestry from the districts were used.
If the weather is good, sometimes we do the mehndi on the roof so that we can watch the moon and sing as loudly as we want. However, because she does not want to miss the henna ceremony with her cousins, she spends the first part of her evening with friends and then joins her cousins later for the sleepover. I usually come back and show them all the stuff I buy. It's a great time to spend with your family. I mean,Eid day is always filled with lots of relatives and people that you don't remember the names of, but Chaand Raat is for very intimate family who you really care about and want to see.
Many people have parties on Chaand Raat for friends in which they make lots of tasty food and desserts for their guests. Chaand Raat is really just that -- letting people you think of but never seem to have the time to pick up the phone and call know that you're thinking of them on Eid, a night to hang out with friends and loved ones, sharing the excitement of Eid well-deserved after a month of strict self-control. For many, it is one of the few nights in a busy year when they can make time for such pleasant relaxation. Each of us do what we do best. Some apply henna on the others; one of our friends French braids our hair and I bake brownies.
We even include the boys in our hang-outs," says Eva. Some women even cook together large amounts of food like polao and shemai which they share between their households the next day. All this excitement is not limited to Dhaka, however. Girls enjoy getting together on Chaand Raat, trying on colourful churis, putting on mehndi and talking through the night.
Anwar, who works as a chauffeur in narayanyanj capital, goes to his hometown in Magura a seekjng or two before Eid and ib the pre-Eid festivities. I wear mehndi on my hands and leave all the work to my mother naraanganj watch my brothers line up to taste the zarda and other goodies she makes for the next day. The marketplaces are a lot ufn crowded here than they are in Dhaka," he says. Chaand Raat is all about finding out what narrayanganj Older swm seeking younger for fun in narayanganj the neighbours are making and trying to cook something exclusive ourselves -- competitive cooking! But even for those less fortunate, Chaand Raat is a night of exuberance and looking forward to a nwrayanganj day of wearing new clothes, eating good food and visiting family and friends.
Whether it is young children showing off their dresses or friends sitting on a pati on the roof and singing songs, it is all about the festive mood. More than what people do, it is about the thrill and merry-making, looking forward to getting together with family and friends, feasting or just having a good time -- something that has become a rarity in our busy lives during the rest of the year. Eid the Old Dhaka Way There is still a part of Dhaka where Chaand Raat is celebrated in all its splendour, starting with roads lit brightly in red and gold, complete with neighbours sharing their traditional delicacies cooked from ancient family recipes.
The flurry of activity begins in parts of Old Dhaka as soon as the moon is sighted and Eid is officially announced for the next day. Homes are made extra tidy, last-minute grocery shopping, not to mention the local shopkeepers and storeowners who prepare themselves to keep their shops open, sometimes until the wee hours of the next morning, right before Eid prayers. Twenty-two-year-old Durdana, a resident of Wari, gets ready to welcome the young girls of the neighbourhood to her home. Every year on Chaand Raat, all the young girls get together at one of their houses to spend the night together and have fun.
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Gounger people go shopping on Chaand Raat because shopkeepers give good last-minute deals Okder discounts. After that, we help with the household work, getting our homes ready for visitors the next day on Eid. At my place, my chores include changing the bed sheets of all the beds in all the rooms. Some of my friends and I are into photography and a few times a year we go outside Dhaka to take pictures. On Chaand Raat, I make sure to frame some of my work and spruce up my room a little bit. This year, everyone is meeting up at my place.