Himachal Pradesh Found Best State in Learning Outcomes by ASER

In a bid to learn about the state of education across the nation, many NGOs have been conducting surveys round the year.In 2016, the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER), a survey by non-governmental organisation, Pratham, conducted a survey in both government and private school across the nation.This year’s data has both merits and demerits contained in it.Data of students of Haryana and Kerala:During the survey process, ASER visited 15, 630 schools in rural India.About 15 organisations participated in the survey.
Details of the report:
In terms of learning outcomes, students of HP performs better than those of Kerala.Further, the report founded that enrolment rate of students in the age group six to 14 in Himachal Pradesh was 99.8 per cent.Also, HP secured first rank in achieving learning outcomes in basic reading and mathematics across the country.
Category-wise performance:
As per reports, achievement level of government schools of HP was 65.3 per cent as compared to the national level of 41.6 per cent.
The achievement level of the state was 47.4 per cent as compared to the national level of 21.1 per cent.
Learning of English language:
A significant improvement was observed in HP.
Furthermore, at national level the achievement is 15.3 per cent, whereas it is 44 per cent in case of Himachal Pradesh and the state ranked fifth in the country.Meanwhile, speaking about this project, the State Project Director of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan and Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan, Ghanshyam Chand said ASER was the largest annual household survey of the children in India that focused on status of schooling and basic learning.

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