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Facts on Right to Education
Facts on Right to Education
Facts on Right to Education
Facts on Right to Education
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Facts on Right to Education
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  • 2. MoHRD Report on Out of School Survey 2005 and 2009 Larger percentage of children from the marginal communities either drop-out or never enroll in school – there has however been significant improvement between 2005 and 2009 Percentage of children out of school by social groups: India 2005 and 2009
  • 3. Trends in Net Enrolment Ratios (in per cent) by sex : India 2001–2006 India has made rapid strides in universalizing primary education and is likely to achieve the MDG 2 on primary education http://unstats.un.org/unsd/mdg
  • 4. Trends in Primary Completion Rates by sex : India 1991–2006 The Primary completion rates have improved significantly and so has the gender parity http://unstats.un.org/unsd/mdg 1991 2001 2006 Both sexes 63.8 72.4 85.7 Boys 75.1 78.7 88.0 Girls 51.5 65.6 83.1 Gender parity 0.69 0.83 0.94
  • 5. Children age 6-13 years Out of School SSA Third Joint Review Mission 2006 AIDE-Memoire MoHRD Report on Out of School Survey 2005 and 2009
  • 6. Attendance rate of boys and girls in primary and upper primary classes The attendance rate in based on head count is less than the number enrolled in school - attendance in upper-primary is better than in primary
  • 7. Learning achievements (in per cent) among students of Class V in India 2002–2003 and 2006–2007 Learning Achievement of Class V Children; Mid-term Achievement Survey under SSA 2008: NCERT Learning achievements needs more focus Year of Survey Mathematics Language Environmental Studies 2001-2002 (Baseline Round I) 46.5 58.6 50.3 2006-2007 (Mid-term Round II) 48.5 60.3 52.2
  • 8. Child Info data for India based on NFHS 3 The sharp drop in the attendance rates in secondary level - improved focus on transition to secondary education required Primary and Secondary net attendance rates (in per cent) by sex: India 2005–2006

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