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AISHE report reveals enchancment in Gross Enrolment ratio (GER), Gender Parity Index (GPI) (representational)

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New Delhi:

Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) in larger training in India is 27.1 per cent for 2019-20, which is an enchancment from earlier 12 months’s 26.3 per cent, the All India Survey on Increased Schooling (AISHE) 2019-20 report has revealed. The report, which has been launched in the present day, additionally reveals the GER of feminine college students is at 27.3 per cent, which is larger than 26.9 per cent for male college students.

Gross enrolment ratio in larger training is calculated for the 18-23 age group. It’s the ratio of enrolment in larger training to the inhabitants within the eligible age group.

“The GER for female in all social group is highest in Sikkim with 67.6%. Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Chandigarh, Delhi, Goa, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Puducherry, Tamil Nadu, Jammu & Kashmir, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Manipur, Punjab, Telangana and Uttarakhand also have GER of more than 30% for female in all category,” in keeping with the report.

For Scheduled Castes, the ratio is 23.4 per cent and for Scheduled Tribes, it’s 18 per cent.

AISHE Report 2019-20Illustration of GER In keeping with Gender, Social Group (AISHE Report 2019-20)

The report additionally reveals enchancment in Gender Parity Index (GPI). It reveals feminine participation in larger training for all teams is 101 per 100 male.

“I’m pleased to share that the Gender Parity Index in higher education stands at 1.01 against 1.00 in 2018-19, indicating an improvement in the relative access to higher education for females as compared to males,” mentioned Union Schooling Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’.

Complete Enrolment in larger training stands at 3.85 crore in 2019-20 as in comparison with 3.74 crore in 2018-19, which is a progress of 11.36 lakh or 3.04 per cent. The best variety of college students are enrolled on the undergraduate stage, which is 79.5 per cent of the whole enrolment.

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