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DISE 2005-06. PROGRESS TOWARDS UEE NUEPA New Delhi (INDIA) 16 April 2007. DISE 2005. DISE 2006: HIGHLIGHTS. 33. BACKGROUND DPEP (1994) : MAJOR REFORMS NEEDED GOI, UNICEF & NIEPA JOINED HANDS

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dise 2005 06

DISE 2005-06

PROGRESS TOWARDS UEE

NUEPA

New Delhi (INDIA)

16 April 2007

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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
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SCHOOL-RELEATED INDICATORS

INSIDE

  • FACILITY INDICATORS
  • TEACHER-RELEATED INDICATORS
  • ENROLMENT-BASED INDICATORS
  • EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  • INDICATOR (EDI)

DISE 2005-06

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DISE COVERAGE

30th Sept 2005: RECOGNISED SCHOOLS

BLOCKS : 7,092

VILLAGES : 5,56,673

title

School

Related Indicators

Title

Subtitle

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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%)

ratio primary to upper primary schools sections

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)

school inspection

School Inspection

National University of Educational Planning & Administration

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DISE 2005-06: HIGHLIGHTS

AVERAGE NUMBER OF INSTRUCTIONAL DAYS

204 Days

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DISE 2005

STUDENT-CLASSROOM RATIO (P)

NUEPA

National University of Educational Planning & Administration

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DISE 2005

SCHOOLS by ENROLMENT

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DISE 2005

FACILITY IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS

school devlopment tlm grant
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
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Teacher-Related

Indicators

DISE 2005-06

teachers

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%
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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%
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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
age profile of teachers

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
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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)
para teachers all schools

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

in service training

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

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DISE 2005

QUALIFICATIONS OF TEACHERS (ALL)

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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
enrolment in million

ENROLMENT (In Million)

  • IN 180 OF 581 DISTRICTS, PRIMARY ENROLMENT DECLINED
sc st obc enrolment
% SC/ST/OBC Enrolment

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

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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%
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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

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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%
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123 Districts RR: 53%

  • 184 Districts RR: 58%
  • 286 Districts RR: 71%

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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

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DISE 2005

TRANSITION RATE(Primary to U. Primary)

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DISE 2005

EXAMINATION RESULTS

PASS % LOW AT U.PRIMARY

NO MAJOR B-G DIFFERENCE

HIGH % IN PRIVATE SCHOOLS

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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
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Number of Districts in Extreme Quartiles Distributed Based on Composite

(Primary & Upper Primary) EDI*