National Highlights

5 ODF States
184 ODF Districts
2.32 Lakh ODF Villages

4.66 crore IHHL
Constructed

1.29 lakh ODF
Verified Villages

65.58% Geo Tagged
Toilets

1.59 lakh
Swachhagrahis

District Ranking

 
National RankDistrict NameState NameState RankPerformance
(50%)
Sustainablity
(25%)
Transparancy
(25%)
Total Score
1 DHAMTARI Chhattisgarh 1 50.00 14.70 20.02 84.73
2 FATEHGARH SAHIB Punjab 1 50.00 10.19 24.07 84.26
3 INDORE Madhya Pradesh 1 49.90 11.26 20.94 82.10
4 SIRSA Haryana 1 45.00 14.68 22.28 81.97
5 KULLU Himachal Pradesh 1 50.00 10.62 20.19 80.80
6 UDUPI Karnataka 1 50.00 10.00 20.78 80.78
7 NAVSARI Gujarat 1 50.00 10.04 20.43 80.47
8 AMRELI Gujarat 2 49.97 10.00 20.04 80.01
9 GWALIOR Madhya Pradesh 2 50.00 13.85 16.04 79.89
10 UNA Himachal Pradesh 2 50.00 8.55 20.69 79.24
11 SURGUJA Chhattisgarh 2 50.00 11.05 17.84 78.89
12 BHIWANI Haryana 2 45.00 11.41 21.99 78.39
13 KACHCHH Gujarat 3 48.18 10.00 20.05 78.23
14 MANDI Himachal Pradesh 3 50.00 6.71 21.50 78.21
15 JAMNAGAR Gujarat 4 47.90 10.00 20.20 78.10
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About Us

Honble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi launched the Swachh Bharat Mission on 2nd October 2014. The Mission laid a roadmap for improving the level of sanitation and cleanliness in the country with a vision to create a Swachh Bharat by 2019.

The Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation (MDWS) is the nodal ministry for implementation of SBM(G). To encourage States and districts to improve sanitation and SLWM, MDWS is taking the initiative to rank all districts in India based on parameters of performance, sustainability and transparency. The final rankings of districts will be announced at the end of each quarter. To instil healthy competition amongst districts, they will be given awards on a quarterly basis. The first award ceremony will be launched on the 3rd anniversary of the SBM(G), October 2, 2017.

Ranking Methodology

The performance of districts is being evaluated based on key parameters with data available in MIS. District with no data available on MIS for any indicator, will have 0 marked against it. The key indicators are:

  • Performance
  • Sustainability
  • Transparency

The indicators have been assigned weightage based on their contribution to the success of SBM (G) programme. Each key indicator has sub-indicators with weightage assigned to them as well forming a total score of 100. Districts will be ranked based on their weightage (refer to Chart).

As presence of dysfunctional toilets and pending verification reflect negatively on the performance of ODF districts, negative score is also suggested for these sub-indicators.Similarly, presence of insanitary toilets will act as a disqualification criterion for a District to be eligible for ranking. The baseline data for ranking will be frozen by June 30th, 2017 and quarterly progress of districts will be tracked against it.

1. Performance (50%)

This indicator focuses mainly on IHHL coverage and ODF coverage which are the pillars of the SBM(G) implementation in the districts. Performance also includes conversion of dysfunctional toilets and insanitary toilets.

ODF Coverage 25 %
IHHL Coverage 20 %
Dysfunctional Conversion 5 %
Insanitary Toilets Negative Marks

2. Sustainability (25%)

As sustainability of the programme depends significantly on behaviour change and IEC, fund utilization through IEC activities along with number of Swachhagrahis on the ground is being measured.

Swachhagrahi (IEC) 10 %
IEC spend (IEC) 10 %
SLWM/ VSI 5 %

3. Transparency (25%)

Verification and implementation of SBM(G) through geo-tagging and capturing Aadhar details is taken into consideration.

Geo Tagging 10 %
Verification 10 %
Aadhar Mapping 5 %

Individual scores under all three key indicators are added and the overall score for each district is given against the total score of 100. The district with the highest score is ranked 1st and so on. The first round of quarterly ranking will be released on 2nd October 2017.