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District wise list of ultrasound units as on 31st March 2011

 
 
A sound social health is a cornerstone of sustainable social development leading towards well being of every citizen in any State or Country. The sex ratio is an indicator which describes the number of women per 1000 men for a given population. The child sex ratio describes the ratio of girls to boys in the age group of 0-6 years. The sex ratio of a given population is also used as a strong indicator to ascertain social health. In the developed societies where female and male enjoy equal status the women usually out number men. The adverse sex ratios (where female are lesser than male) not only indicate poor social health, but also a barrier in attaining sustainable social development.

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Promoting the Right & Dignity of the girl child & to address the issue of sex selection in the state.
Promoting the Right & Dignity of the girl child & to address the issue of sex selection in the state.
News Updates
Orientation of district level officials & reporting personnel, 16th September 2012
Orientation of district level officials & reporting personnel for strengthening monitoring reporting mechanism at State level... Read More
The State Advisory Committee Meeting, 2nd August 2012
The State Advisory Committee Meeting under PC & PNDT was held on 2nd August 2012 under the Chairpersonship of Commissioner-cum-Secretary... Read More
Raids on USG Clinics
Three clinics were raided in August by the Health and Family Welfare Department for violation of the PC PNDT Act and machines sealed in Jharsuguda... Read More
16th July 2012, Sambalpur
The government would cancel the licenses of three Jharsuguda doctors, who were convicted in Januray 2012... Read More
14th July 2012, Bhubaneswar
With the steep decline in child sex ratio due to increase in female foeticide... Read More
17th May 2012, Cuttack
PC PNDT Cell Raids a Private Ultra Sonography Clinic at Narsinghpur, Cuttack... Read More
22nd April 2012, Bhubaneswar
Orientation Workshop for PPC and other health officials at State level on Equity... Read More
 
 
 
 
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