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Table 3 Concentration indices of HIV testing during ANC visit or labour and received results among women aged 15–49 with a birth 2 years before the survey in India, 2015–16

From: Socioeconomic inequalities in the HIV testing during antenatal care: evidence from Indian demographic health survey, 2015–16

  Concentration index Standard error p-value
Age (Years)
 15–19 0.458 0.041 0.000
 20–24 0.444 0.014 0.000
 25–29 0.480 0.015 0.000
 30–34 0.581 0.022 0.000
 35–39 0.642 0.041 0.000
 40 and above 0.835 0.144 0.000
Years of schooling
 No education 0.410 0.031 0.000
 1–5 0.306 0.032 0.000
 6–9 0.312 0.018 0.000
 10 and above 0.217 0.015 0.000
Residence
 Urban 0.264 0.017 0.000
 Rural 0.491 0.011 0.000
Religion
 Hindu 0.473 0.011 0.000
 Muslim 0.587 0.022 0.000
 Others 0.428 0.024 0.000
Caste
 SC/ST 0.488 0.015 0.000
 OBC 0.499 0.014 0.000
 Others 0.461 0.018 0.000
Regular exposure of media
 No 0.416 0.026 0.000
 Yes 0.307 0.011 0.000
Comprehensive knowledge about HIV/AIDS
 No 0.486 0.011 0.000
 Yes 0.284 0.019 0.000
Region
 North 0.467 0.020 0.000
 Central 0.518 0.027 0.000
 East 0.399 0.030 0.000
 Northeast 0.540 0.031 0.000
 West 0.335 0.029 0.000
 South 0.219 0.028 0.000
 Total 0.334 0.004 0.000