The expected improvement in education and health services in Uttarakhand could not be achieved. Government facilities and facilities in the hospitals have not been able to mobilize the facilities. The budget of education has increased every year. But the budget percentage has been lower than before. There are too many drawbacks in health services. Budget allocation in the state is also low for health. According to the Economic Survey, 22 percent of the state budget for education was kept in 2010-11. Which was 19 percent in 2018-19.
10 percent of the state’s 15 to 29 years people are illiterate. Even today, two percent of schools do not have kitchens for cooking mid-day meals. 13 percent of schools have drinking water, 2 percent toilet in schools and 18 percent of schools do not have separate toilets for girls. Similarly, 14 percent of the schools do not have electricity and only 10 percent of the schools have access to computers.
In the state 60% of children aged 6 months to 59 months old have a shortage of blood. While 45 percent of women between the ages of 15 and 49 years have a shortage of blood. There is also a lack of blood in 45 pregnant women of the same age group. More than 17 thousand children in the state are malnourished. Economic survey is a strong basis for the development of the state. This survey clearly portrays a prosperous and progressive state picture. Working with corruption and working with transparency has improved the working methodology. In six months alone, investment equal to 17 years has come. This will give employment to more than 20 thousand youths of the state.