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Table 1 Summary Statistics

From: Did the poor gain from India’s health policy interventions? Evidence from benefit-incidence analysis, 2004–2018

Sample Indicators 2004 2018
Total Sample Population 3,83,338 5,55,115
Total Sample Households 73,868 1,13,823
Average Household Size 5.18 4.35
Median age (Years) 24 27
Educational Attainment
 No formal Schooling 34.13% 26.06%
 Up to Primary Schooling 61.11% 29.96%
 Middle/Secondary Schooling 3.81% 25.99%
 Higher Secondary & above 0.95% 17.99%
Monthly Per Capita Consumption Expenditure (Rupees Nominal Terms) ₹1838 ₹2617
Outpatient Visits in Govt. Facilities 22% 30%
Percent Hospitalisation in Govt. Hospitals 40% 42%
Percentage Child Birth in Govt. Hospitals 21% 47%
Percentage ANC (15–49 years) 73% 97%
Percentage PNC (15–49 years) 45% 88%
  1. Source: National Sample Survey Organisation, Health and Morbidity Survey, 2004 and 2017–18