According to sources Kerala stands as the best governed state in the country and Karnataka is in the fourth position, said the Public Affairs Index 2018 released by the think tank Public Affairs Centre (PAC). Meanwhile Bengaluru based PAC at an event in the city on Saturday evening to release its third annual PAI "Kerala has topped the Public Affairs Index (PAI) for 2018 as the best governed state for the third consecutive year since 2016 among large states”.
Earlier released annually since 2016, the index examines governance performance in the states through a data based framework, ranking them on social and economic development they are able to provide. Moreover as per report Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and Bihar ranked the lowest on the PAI, indicating higher social and economic inequalities in the states. Furthermore among smaller states (with population less than two crore), Himachal Pradesh topped the list, followed by Goa, Mizoram, Sikkim and Tripura which figured among the top five states with good governance.
Kasturirangan, the former Chairman of Indian Space Research Organization
(ISRO) said “The PAI 2018 is one example of a data based framework that
provides some basis, even if rudimentary, to assess the performance of states
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