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A new instrument scale for measuring the socioeconomic status of a family: Preliminary study. Indian J Community Med ; An exploratory study on socio economic status scales in a rural and urban setting. J Family Med Prim Care ; Kuppuswamy B. Manual of Socioeconomic Status Urban.

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A new instrument scale for measuring the socioeconomic status of a family: Preliminary study. Indian J Community Med ; An exploratory study on socio economic status scales in a rural and urban setting. J Family Med Prim Care ; Kuppuswamy B. Manual of Socioeconomic Status Urban. Delhi: Manasayan; Sharma R, Saini NK.

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Updating income ranges for Kuppuswamy's socio-economic status scale for the year Table 1: Original Kuppuswamy's socioeconomic status scale Click here to view. Table 2: Reference index according to year Click here to view. Table 3: Updated Kuppuswamy's socioeconomic status scale with updated income range Click here to view. This article has been cited by. Impact of epilepsy and antiepileptic drugs on health and quality of life in Indian children. Divya Nagabushana,Praveen-Kumar S.

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The socioeconomic status SES is widely recognized as one of the important factors affecting the health condition of an individual or a family. One of the scales widely used and quoted even today is the one developed by Kuppuswamy. The Kuppuswamy scale in its various forms has held steady over three decades now and is still widely used as a measure of socioeconomic status in the urban population. However, it is important to discuss the applicability in the changed modern scenario. Several scales have been developed and reported in publications that seek to assess SES of families in specific circumstances, such as in urban population or in rural population. The original scale was published in the year , and incorporated three characteristics to be assessed and scored: Education level of the head of family HOF , occupation of the HOF, and income per month.

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