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India ranked 100 out of 124 on human capital index

Finland tops the list, while India is ranked lower than all its BRICS peers—Brazil, Russia, China and South Africa
India ranked 100 out of 124 on human capital index

WEF said the list has been compiled on the basis of 46 indicators about ‘how well countries are developing and deploying their human capital, focusing on education, skills and employment’. Photo: Mint
India has been ranked at a lowly 100 on the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) global Human Capital Index, which measures countries on how well they are developing and deploying human capital.
Finland has topped the 124-nation list, while India is ranked lower than all its BRICS peers—Brazil, Russia, China and South Africa—and even smaller neighbours such as Sri Lanka, Bhutan and Bangladesh. However, Pakistan follows at 113.
WEF said the list has been compiled on the basis of 46 indicators about “how well countries are developing and deploying their human capital, focusing on education, skills and employment”.
“It aims to understand whether countries are wasting or leveraging their human potential,” it added.
http://www.livemint.com/Politics/xXO5Oq5YbmcmCkwMeIKhaP/India-ranked-100-out-of-124-on-human-capital-index.html

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