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Written by Administrator on Sunday, 27 February 2011 04:48

Based on the monitoring of the Regional Development Planning Board (Bappeda) of West Java province some macro indicators of the development of West Java development is shown by a number of indicators, among others; Human Development Index (HDI), population, economic growth (LPE), the percentage of poor people, and the percentage unemployment. It also affirmed the Head of Bappeda West Java Province Deny Juanda Puradimaja, is associated with optimism increased 0.5 points HDI West Java in 2010.

Based on the calculation Bappeda West Java, West Java HDI in 2009 reached the figure of 71.64 increased by 0.52 points compared to 2008 which reached 71.12. HDI achievements of West Java during the period 2006-2008 shows a significant increase. In 2006 the achievements of the HDI is at 70.32 points, increasing to 70.71 in 2007. This position increased in 2008 to 71.12. "The improvement of HDI as a result of the increasing composition of the HDI. In the year 2010 is predicted HDI West Java will increase by more than 0.5 points, along with the increasing range of facilities and means of education and health are the priorities of development in West Java, "said Deny.

Education Index (IP) as one of the main component in the HDI is an average value of the variable literacy rate (AMH) and an average length of school (RLS). Education Index in 2009 reached 81.14 increase from the year 2008 is 80.35 points. Literacy Rates (AMH) which describes the proportion of the population aged 15 and above who can read and write as one of the variables of education index in addition to the variable average length of school (RLS), in the period 2006 to 2009 has increased despite relatively small. This condition illustrates that until the year 2009, an increase of literacy communities. In 2009 AMH West Java reached 96.33%.