According to sustainable development records, it first emerged that there is sustainable growth in the index in calculating the sex ratio. Uttrakhand is recorded to be the worst in the calculation of sex ratio in terms of birth. The sex ratio goes around 840 against the average of 899, the SDG record has shown.
The best is of Chattisgadh where the male to female ratio is at the perfect level without any difference. It is standing in the 958 and much above the average according to the record of Niti Aayoga, where Kerela stands second place with the sex ratio of 957 and more.
Earlier when states like Punjab and Harayana have seen the least sex ratio have performed and improved their position regarding the calculation of the sex ratio. Haryana’s ratio goes in the 843 female per 1000 male and also in Punjab it reached upto 890 in the number. While Kerela was considered the top performer in the Niti Aayoga performing the number 75 in the index and also Bihar was adjusted to be performed in the worst positioning with a position score of 52 only.
If we talk about the overall country’s improvement, the overall score of SDG was improved from a total of 6 points and number 60 in 2019 to number 66 in 2020-21. The index is compared and collaborated with the United Nations in India, measuring the progress of the country at a global level meeting the targets globally.