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1 Weighted SDG Index A. K. Nigam and Manoj Kum SDG India Index, developed by NITI AAYOG in 2018, is to over see the progress of the nation and the states on the achievements of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Statistics and Applications {ISSN 2452-7395 (online)} Volume 18, No. 1, 2020 (New Series), pp 1-8 Download Now
2 Hunger in Gram Panchayats of Banda District (U.P.): A Micro-level Study A.K. Nigam, R. Srivastava In this study an attempt has been made to map hunger in Gram Panchayats of Banda district. Journal of the Indian Society of Agricultual Statistics, 70(1) 2016 41-50 Download Now
3 Application of Randomized Response Techniques in Estimation of prevalence of Child Sexual Abuse R.Srivastava, A.K. Nigam In the conduct of socio economic and the related surveys, the researchers are often faced with the problem of extracting accurate information on sensitive issues from the respondents. Statistics and Applications {ISSN 2454-7395 (online)} Volume 13, Nos. 1&2, 2015 (New Series), pp. 37- Download Now
4 Statistics in Child Health and Nutrition A.K. Nigam Statistical methods are commonly used in survey based estimation and other analytical problems in child health and nutrition. Statistics and Applications {ISSN 2454-7395(online)} Volume 13, Nos. 1&2, 2015 (New Series), pp. 47-56 Download Now
5 Diarrhoea in Rural Children – Some Environmental Correlates V.K. Srivastava, A.K. Nig The study was conducted in Banda and Jhansi districts to evaluate the health benefits of Swajal project by comparing a set of indicators with baseline and first repeat study in the State of Uttar Pradesh, India. Statistics and Applications {ISSN 2454-7395(online)} Volume 13, Nos. 1&2, 2015 (New Se Download Now
6 District Level Food Insecurity in the State of Uttar Pradesh A.K. Nigam, R. Srivastava This paper critically examines the issue related to Food Insecurity at District Level in the state of Uttar Pradesh in India. Journal of the Indian Society of Agricultral Statistics, 68(3)2014, pp 407-417 Download Now