how has World Bank classified the countries of world?

Dear Student,
 
World Bank uses the per capita income of the country as the principal criterion for classifying the countries as rich or poor. Per capita income is the average income of the people of a country in a given year.
 
However, there are some limitations to it. These are:
1. World Bank does not give equal importance to other factors like literacy rates and general health standards of the people which play an important role in defining the quality of life.
2. The per capita income does not reflect information about the unequal distribution of income among the people.

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DEAR,
: World Bank uses the per capita income of the country as the principal criterion for classifying the countries as rich or poor. Per capita income is the average income of the people of a country in a given year.
The world Bank compare the avg income which is the total income of the country divided by it's total population. avg income is also called per capita income.

countries with per capita income of us $ 12736 per annum and above in 2013 are rich countries.

countries with per capita income of us$ 1045 or less are called low income countries.

INDIA IS MODERATELY RICH.

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Ok well set 1 was also easy
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