The process of normalisation of raw data for all the indicators was followed by multiplying
normalised value for each of them with their respective weightage to obtain the indicator
score and ranking. These scores were then used to further obtain the Sector, District and
Division Scores and Ranking.
Sector Score and Sector Ranking
The sector score for each district was calculated by multiplying the normalised indicator
value of each district with the given weightage and then adding the value of all indicators for
that sector. This step helped us obtain the sector score for each district. These scores are
then ranked from highest to lowest to get the Sector Ranking for each district from 1 to 75.
District Score and District Ranking
The District Score for each district was calculated by summing up the scores across sectors
and then dividing it by the number of sectors, i.e., 10, to obtain the overall or ‘Composite
Score’ for that particular district. These scores are then ranked from highest to lowest value
to get District Ranking from 1 to 75.
Division Score and Division Ranking
Division score was obtained by adding the final scores of the districts and then dividing them
with the number of districts in that particular division. The scores are then ranked from
highest to lowest value to get the Division Ranking from 1 to 18.