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STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF INDIAN 
EDUCATION VERSUS FOREIGN 
EDUCATION 
RAGHVENDRA KUMAR(131206) 
VASANTA TANDRA(131222) 
A.A...
AGENDA 
 Executive Summary 
 Scope of this project 
 Analysis done 
 Children Out of School, Primary 
 Expenditure pe...
SCOPE OF THE PROJECT 
The project has been made using secondary data sources from 
the Internet. 
The following data for 2...
CHILDREN OUT OF SCHOOL, PRIMARY 
Primary-school-age children who are not enrolled in either 
primary or secondary schools....
EXPENDITURE PER STUDENT (% OF GDP PER CAPITA) 
PRIMARY: Primary is the total 
public expenditure per student 
in primary e...
SCHOOL ENROLLMENT (% NET) 
It is the ratio of children of the official secondary school age who are 
enrolled in secondary...
LITERACY RATE 
Literacy is the ability to read and write one's own name and further for 
knowledge and interest, write coh...
LITERACY RATE – REGRESSION ANALYSIS 
Population and Literacy rate in India have been directly proportional. 
India’s liter...
DROPOUT FORECASTING 
Drop out means leaving a school or college for practical reasons, 
necessities, or disillusionment wi...
FINDINGS 
 Education system needs reforms as Out of School 
percentage is very high in India. 
 Dropout rate expected to...
CONCLUSION 
 Amidst global economic turbulence, India’s sustenance and 
growth can be catalyzed by increased investment i...
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  1. 1. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF INDIAN EDUCATION VERSUS FOREIGN EDUCATION RAGHVENDRA KUMAR(131206) VASANTA TANDRA(131222) A.AVINASH(131248) SOMYA CHHADHA(131234) MANIKEERTH(131236)
  2. 2. AGENDA  Executive Summary  Scope of this project  Analysis done  Children Out of School, Primary  Expenditure per student (% of GDP Per Capita)  School enrollment rate  Literacy Rate regression analysis  Dropout mining
  3. 3. SCOPE OF THE PROJECT The project has been made using secondary data sources from the Internet. The following data for 2009, 2010 and 2011 has been collected  Children out of school, primary, (Male and female)  Expenditure per student (Primary, Secondary and Tertiary education)  School enrollment  Dropout rate from 1991 to 2011  Literacy rate and Gap in literacy from 1981 to 2011 Following analysis has been done  Comparison of dropout rates for India, USA and Canada  Forecasting of dropout rate for 2014 using the available data  Regression Analysis on Literacy rate
  4. 4. CHILDREN OUT OF SCHOOL, PRIMARY Primary-school-age children who are not enrolled in either primary or secondary schools.  Male  Female
  5. 5. EXPENDITURE PER STUDENT (% OF GDP PER CAPITA) PRIMARY: Primary is the total public expenditure per student in primary education as a percentage of GDP per capita. SECONDARY: Secondary is the total public expenditure per student in secondary education as a percentage of GDP per capita. TERTIARY: Tertiary is the total public expenditure per student in tertiary education as a percentage of GDP per capita. Note: Public expenditure (current and capital) includes government spending on educational institutions (both public and private), education administration as well as subsidies for private entities (students/households and other privates entities).
  6. 6. SCHOOL ENROLLMENT (% NET) It is the ratio of children of the official secondary school age who are enrolled in secondary school to the population of the official secondary school age.
  7. 7. LITERACY RATE Literacy is the ability to read and write one's own name and further for knowledge and interest, write coherently, and think critically about the written word. Literacy Rate = No. of Literate persons x 100 Total population Literacy Rate in India Gap in Literacy Rate (Between Gender)
  8. 8. LITERACY RATE – REGRESSION ANALYSIS Population and Literacy rate in India have been directly proportional. India’s literacy rate has been growing along with population which is a good sign SFM_TERM_PAPERcurrent workliteracy rate.xlsx Regression Statistics Multiple R 0.996455489 R Square 0.992923542 Adjusted R Square 0.989385312 Standard Error 1.384242765 Observations 4 ANOVA df SS MS F Significance F Regression 1 537.7177439 537.7177439 280.6272518 0.003544511 Residual 2 3.832256066 1.916128033 Total 3 541.55 Coefficients Standard Error t Stat P-value Lower 95% Upper 95% Lower 95.0% Upper 95.0% Intercept 8.571012583 3.068520077 2.793207269 0.107834012 -4.631763703 21.77378887 -4.631763703 21.77378887 population 6.44798E-08 3.8491E-09 16.75193278 0.003544511 4.79185E-08 8.10411E-08 4.79185E-08 8.10411E-08
  9. 9. DROPOUT FORECASTING Drop out means leaving a school or college for practical reasons, necessities, or disillusionment with the system year count (x) primary (y) x-x' y-y' sq(x-x') (x-x')(y-y') 1990-00 1 40.3 -5.5 9.2575 30.25 -50.91625 2000-01 2 40.7 -4.5 9.6575 20.25 -43.45875 2001-02 3 39 -3.5 7.9575 12.25 -27.85125 2002-03 4 34.89 -2.5 3.8475 6.25 -9.61875 2003-04 5 31.47 -1.5 0.4275 2.25 -0.64125 2004-05 6 29 -0.5 -2.0425 0.25 1.02125 2005-06 7 25.67 0.5 -5.3725 0.25 -2.68625 2006-07 8 25.6 1.5 -5.4425 2.25 -8.16375 2007-08 9 25.09 2.5 -5.9525 6.25 -14.88125 2008-09 10 24.93 3.5 -6.1125 12.25 -21.39375 2009-10 11 28.86 4.5 -2.1825 20.25 -9.82125 2010-11 12 27 5.5 -4.0425 30.25 -22.23375 mean 6.5 31.0425 sum 143 -210.645 Forecasting Years Dropout rate 2011 - 12 21.46772727 2012 - 13 19.99468531 2013 - 14 18.52164336 Dropout rate Forecasting
  10. 10. FINDINGS  Education system needs reforms as Out of School percentage is very high in India.  Dropout rate expected to come down from 27% in 2011 to 18.5% by end of 2014.  India’s literacy rate has been growing along with population which is a good sign  India’s total public expenditure per student in primary education is substantially less, while it is exorbitantly high for tertiary education  Literacy gap between genders has shown a downward trend.
  11. 11. CONCLUSION  Amidst global economic turbulence, India’s sustenance and growth can be catalyzed by increased investment in education sector.  While literacy rate has increased to 74%, India should target improving the graduate rate which is still at 5%.  India has made “rapid advances” in cutting down the numbers of school drop outs from 41% in 1990 to projected 18. 5% in 2014.
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