Which country has the highest HDI in 2011?

___ The Human Development Index 2011 – going beyond income

Human Development Index – Top 50 Countries with high human development in 2011
HDI rank Country Nonincome HDI
1 Norway 0.975
2 Australia 0.979
3 Netherlands 0.944

What is the HDI of India in 2011?

According to HDR 2011, the HDI for India was 0.547 in 2011 with an overall global ranking of 134(out of the 187 countries) compared to 119 (out of 169 countries) as per HDR 2010.

What are the top 10 countries for HDI?

Top 10 Countries with the Highest Human Development Index (HDI) – 2019

  • Norway – .957.
  • Ireland – .955 (tie)
  • Switzerland – .955 (tie)
  • Hong Kong (China) – .949 (tie)
  • Iceland – .949 (tie)
  • Germany – .947.
  • Sweden – .945.
  • Australia – .944 (tie)

What are the top 5 HDI countries?

Top Five Countries That Topped The HDI: According to the report, Norway topped the Human Development Index, followed by Ireland, Switzerland, Hong Kong, and Iceland.

Which country has highest HDI?

Norway had the highest level of the Human Development Index (HDI) worldwide in 2019 with a value of 0.957. With a score of 0.955, both Ireland and Switzerland had the second highest level of human development.

Where is Australia on the HDI?

Australia’s HDI value for 2019 is 0.944— which put the country in the very high human development category—positioning it at 8 out of 189 countries and territories.

Why does Norway have a high HDI?

Norway ranks highly on the HDI in part because of the revenues that it receives from North Sea oil and gas, but even with that revenue, Norway’s inequality-adjusted life expectancy is not the highest in the world.

Is Tamil Nadu the most developed state in India?

With a GDP of US$280 billion, Tamil Nadu is the second most developed state of India as of 2020.