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  1. DISE 2005-06 PROGRESS TOWARDS UEE NUEPA New Delhi (INDIA) 16 April 2007

  2. DISE 2005 DISE 2006: HIGHLIGHTS 33 BACKGROUND • DPEP (1994) : MAJOR REFORMS NEEDED • GOI, UNICEF & NIEPA JOINED HANDS • NIEPA WAS ASSIGNED RESPONSIBILITY: DEVELOP COMPUTERISED EMIS, SCHOOL AS UNIT OF COLLECTION & DISTRICT UNIT OF DISSEMINATION • PROCESS INITIATED IN 1994 IN 7 DPEP STATES EXTENDED TO ENTIRE COUNTRY • SSA 200 : COVERAGE WAS EXTENDED TO ENTIRE ELEMENTARY LEVEL : MIS UNITS: DISTRICTS/STATES • NO MORE DATA GAPS: EXTENSIVE DATA NOW AVAILABLE ON ALL COMPONENTS OF UEE • TIME-LAG IN DATA COMPLETELY ELIMINATED • TWO-WAY INFORMATION FLOW: SCHOOL REPORT CARDS • REVIEW COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION STATISTICS • CONTINUING PROCESS: A FEW CONCERNS ALSO, COVERAGE, CONSISTENCY, QUALITY, DISSEMINATION & UTILISATION OF DATA

  3. SCHOOL-RELEATED INDICATORS INSIDE • FACILITY INDICATORS • TEACHER-RELEATED INDICATORS • ENROLMENT-BASED INDICATORS • EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT • INDICATOR (EDI) DISE 2005-06

  4. DISE COVERAGE 30th Sept 2005: RECOGNISED SCHOOLS BLOCKS : 7,092 VILLAGES : 5,56,673

  5. School Related Indicators Title Subtitle

  6. Total Schools 11,24,033 (UP, 14.40%) ALL GOVT. SCHOOLS 9,29,345 (83.14%) ALL PVT SCHOOLS 1,89,521 (16.86%) Deptt. of Edu. 69.72 % Tribal & SW 5.46% AIDED 33.46% RURAL 980526 (87.67%) Primary School (672350, 68.57%) Local BODY 24.01 % UN-AIDED 66.54% URBAN 137914 (12.33%) Primary School (65285, 47.34%) Other MangtS (0.01%) (10,37,813, 8% (86,220) Primary (7,38,150, 65.67% (66.78% ) Primary + UP (1,99,946, 17.79% (17.26%) U.Primary Only (89,164, 7.93% (6.93 %) 1,57,268 (15.15%) UP+Sec+Hr.Sec 60,306, 5.37% (5.68 %) (70.34%) P+UP+Sec+Hr.Sec (27,907, 2.48% (2.29%) (37.73%) (5.11%) (88%) (24.98%) (62.27%) (12%)

  7. RATIO: PRIMARY to UPPER PRIMARY SCHOOLS/SECTIONS CHANDIGARH, D&D, DELHI, GUJARAT, MIZORAM, PONDICHERRY, KARNATAKA, KERALA, L. DWEEP, PONDICHERRY, MAHARASHTRA: RATIO BELOW 2 BIHAR 3.18 (3.60), JHARKHAND 3.97, MEGHALAYA 3.73, SIKKIM (3.31): HIGH WEST BENGAL ONLY STATE HAVING RATIO ABOVE FIVE: 5.28 (5.30)

  8. DISE 2005-06 Highlights

  9. Schools Established Since 1994

  10. School Inspection National University of Educational Planning & Administration

  11. DISE 2005-06: HIGHLIGHTS AVERAGE NUMBER OF INSTRUCTIONAL DAYS 204 Days

  12. Type of School Building

  13. PRIMARY SCHOOLS BY CLASSROOMS

  14. CLASSROOM CONDITION (PRIMARY)

  15. DISE 2005 STUDENT-CLASSROOM RATIO (P) NUEPA National University of Educational Planning & Administration

  16. PRIMARY SCHOOLS BY TEACHERS

  17. DISE 2005 SCHOOLS by ENROLMENT

  18. Facility Indicators Title Subtitle

  19. FACILITY IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS

  20. DISE 2005 FACILITY IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS

  21. SCHOOL DEVLOPMENT & TLM GRANT • SDG: R 70% U 44% • TLM R 64% U 41% • IN 17 States SDG & 14 States TLM GRANT RECEIVED WAS ABOVE 70% • 89% SDG & 87% TLM GRANT UTLISED • KERALA, HP, WEST BENGAL, ASSAM: MAJORITY OF SCHOOLS RECEIVED BOTH SCHOOL & TLM

  22. Teacher-Related Indicators DISE 2005-06

  23. TEACHERS • COMPREHENSIVE PROFILE: 4.69 Mn (4.17 Mn) TEACHERS: 78% RURAL AREAS, 22% URBAN AREAS • GENDER PARITY INDEX: 0.68 (0.66) • Of 4.69 Mn TEACHERS, 2.06 MILLION (44%) ARE IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS • 86% PRIMARY TEACHERS ARE IN RURAL & 14% IN URBAN AREAS • GOVERNMENT MAIN PROVIDER % TO Total • SC 83% SC = 18.66% • ST 79% ST = 23.90% • OBC 64% OBC = 34.44%

  24. DISE 2005 %FEMALE TEACHERS PRIMARY SCHOOLS • CHANDIGARH (80%), KERALA (74%), TN (75%), UTTARANCHAL (55%), DELHI (69%) • BIHAR, 26% (R = 25% U = 54%, AG = 26%, AP = 26%) • JHARKHAND, 28% (R = 26% U = 63% AG = 28%, AP = 42%) • NO FEMALE TEACHER (ALL SCHOOLS) 3,45,379: 31% RURAL96%

  25. DISE 2005 PUPIL-TEACHER RATIO • MAJORITY OF SCHOOLS (ALL) IN BIHAR (65%), JHARKHAND (48%), UP (51%), WB (54%) HAVE PUPIL-TEACHER RATIO ABOVE 40:1 • 471 DISTRICTS HAVE PTR BELOW 1: 40 & 4,13,338 (37%) SCHOOLS (ALL) PTR IS ABOVE 40:1 • PRIMARY SCHOOLS: 27 STATES, PTR <40:1 • BIHAR (62:1), UP (60:1), HARYANA (41:1) & JHARKHAND (48:1) ONLY STATES HAVING PTR ABOVE 40:1 IN P.SCHOOLS • ABOUT 6% (59,052 P SCHOLS) PTR IS ABOVE 100: BIHAR 17%, UP 16%, JHARKHAND 7%COMPARED TO 1.271% IN DELHI % 0.08% IN KERALA, CHANDIGARH & D&D NO SUCH SCHOOL

  26. AGE PROFILE OF TEACHERS • MAJORITY OF TEACHERS BETWEEN 26-45 YEARS • NOT MUCH DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRIMARY & OTHER TEACHERS • ONLY 9.41% (6.73%) MALE & 0.03% (0.03%) FEMALE TEACHERS ARE YOUNG: (18-25 YEAR) • 8.04% MALE & 4.34 % FEMALE TRS: 55+ YEAR • 2,98,639 (6.37%) WILL RETIRE, 78% ARE IN RURAL AREAS

  27. DISE 2005 SCHOOLS WITHOUT REGULARTEACHERS • IN 79,480 SCHOOLS (7.07%) ONLY PARA TEACHERS ARE POSTED (70,820, 6.80%) • RAJASTHAN 16,963 (17.98%) • MP 37,285 (30.71%) • CHHATTISGARH 8,488 (16.53%) • JHARKHAND 6,913 • BIHAR, MP, JHARKHAND, UP & CHHATTISGARH: AVERAGE 1 PARA TEACHER (ALL SCHOOLS)

  28. PARA TEACHERS (ALL SCHOOLS) • 2002-03 = 1,97,000 2003-04 = 2,59,099 • 2004-05 = 3,79,385 2005-06 = 4,98,944 (1,19,559)(31.51%) MORE THAN 84% OF TOTAL PARA TEACHERS ARE APPOINTED IN UTTAR PRADESH (95,773), MADHYA PRADESH (1,19,212), RAJASTHAN, BIHAR (68,728), ANDHRA PRADESH, CHHATISGARH

  29. In-Service Training • AS MANY AS 1.70 MILLION (1.46 Mn) TEACHERS IMPARTED IN-SERVICE • MORE FEMALE TEACHERS THAN MALE TEACHERS: 21 STATES DISE 2005-06

  30. DISE 2005 QUALIFICATIONS OF TEACHERS (ALL)

  31. DISE 2005 Days Spent on Non-Teaching Assignments • OF TOTAL TEACHERS ONLY 15% (18%) WERE INVOLVED • ASSAM 32%, BIHAR 22%, WB 30%, KERALA 27% • D&N, DELHI, GUJARAT, KARNATAKA, MP, MAHARASHTRA, PONDICHERRY,SIKKM 10% • ALL TEACHERS: 17 DAYS, RURAL = 16, URBAN = 21 DAYS AGAINST 15 DAYS IN PREVIOUS YEAR • IN 20 STATES DAYS SPENT WERE MORE THAN 15 DAYS • HIGHEST 31 DAYS IN BIHAR & LOWEST 8 DAYS IN KERALA

  32. ENROLMENT (In Million) • IN 180 OF 581 DISTRICTS, PRIMARY ENROLMENT DECLINED

  33. OVER/UNDER-AGE CHILDREN

  34. % Girl’s Enrolment

  35. GPI (ENROLMENT)

  36. % SC/ST/OBC Enrolment P: BIHAR % of SC (41.25%) & ST (40.95%) GIRLS, UP: BIHAR % of SC (34%) & ST (36%) GIRLS

  37. DISE 2005-06

  38. CHILDREN WITH DISABILITY • TOTAL 1.62Mn CHILDREN: BELOW 0.96% of I-VIII ENROLMENT • 76% & 24 % DISABLE CHILDREN IN PRIMARY & U.PRIMARY CLASSES • MAJORITY OF DISABLE CHILDREN IN RURAL AREAS (PRIMARY, 88% & U.PRIMARY, 80%) • GOVT: MAIN PROVIDER: 87% PRIMARY & 71% U. PRIMARY, ELEMENTARY, 83%

  39. DISE 2005 APPARENT SURVIVAL RATE LOW • BIHAR, ARUNACHAL • ASSAM, D & N • CHHATTISGARH • JHARKHAND • RAJASTHAN UP • UTTARANCHAL • W.BENGAL • N-E REGION HIGH • A&N, AP, HP, KERALA • KARNATKA • TN • CHANDIGARH • PONDICHERRY BOYS/GIRLS: NO SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE

  40. REPEATERS 2006 DISE 2005 • 5.90% (7.58%) OF ELEMENTARY • ENROLMENT: • RURAL 85%, URBAN 15% • BOYS 53%, GIRLS 47% • PRIMARY, 7.53 Mn (75%) • U. PRIMARY, 25% • REASONS • FAILURES: 57% • LONG ABSENTEES: 27% • RE-ADMISSION: 16%

  41. 123 Districts RR: 53% • 184 Districts RR: 58% • 286 Districts RR: 71% . 4

  42. DISE 2005 AVERAGE FLOW RATES • DISE: 2004-05 & 2005-06, COMMON SCHOOLS 88% COMMON SCHOOLS AVERAGE D/O RATE MAY BE A BIT LOWER SERIOUSLY AFFACTING EFFICIENCY

  43. ENROLMENT RATIO (%): Primary

  44. NER

  45. DISE 2005 TRANSITION RATE(Primary to U. Primary)

  46. DISE 2005 EXAMINATION RESULTS PASS % LOW AT U.PRIMARY NO MAJOR B-G DIFFERENCE HIGH % IN PRIVATE SCHOOLS

  47. ACCESS:Availability of Schools per 1000 Population, Percentage of Habitations not Served INFRASTRUCTURE:Average Student Classroom Ratio, Schools with Student-Classroom Ratio > 60, Schools without Drinking Water Facilities, School with Boy's Toilet & Schools with Girl's Toilet TEACHERS:Percentage of Female Teachers, Pupil-Teacher Ratio, School with Pupil-Teacher Ratio > 60, Single-Teacher Schools (in schools with more than 15 students), Percentage of Schools with 3 or less Teachers & Teachers without Professional Qualification OUTCOMES:Gross Enrolment Ratio: Overall, Scheduled Castes : GER, Scheduled Tribes : GER, Gender Parity Index in Enrolment, Repetition Rate, Dropout Rate, Ratio of Exit Class over Class 1 Enrolment (primary stage only), Percentage of Passed Children to Total Enrolment, Percentage of Appeared Children Passing with 60 per cent and Above Marks EDI

  48. EDI