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Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Higher Education
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A dropout is a pupil who leaves school before the completion of a school stage or leaving at some intermediate or non-terminal point of a given level of education (school stage).
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Last Updated: 04/05/17
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Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Higher Education
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Number of pupils or students who are enrolled in a given grade/class or level of education on a specific point of time, regardless of age.
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Last Updated: 16/02/17
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Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Higher Education
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Schools managed by Government, Local Bodies, Private-aided & Private-unaided. Government: Central and State Governments and Organisations established and/ or wholly funded by them (e.g. Kendriya Vidalaya Sangthan, Navidaya Vidalayas Samiti, Board of Secondary Education, Central/State Public Sector Undertakings). Local Bodies : Panchayats (as defined in Art 243 read with 243 B of the Constitution), Municipalities ( as defined in Article 243 P read with 243 Q of the Constitution), Cantonment Boards, Town Area Committee, and any other bodies of local self government constituted under a law. Private Aided: An institution managed by an individual, trust, society, or other private organisation and receiving regular maintenance grant from Government or local body. Private Unaided: An institution managed by an individual, trust, society or other private organisation and not receiving regular maintenance grant from Government , or local body . An institution which is in receipt of one-time ad-hoc grant for a specific purpose like building construction, strengthening of library or laboratory facilities, one-time subsidy towards teacher salary etc., but not receiving regular maintenance grant, may be treated as an unaided institution.
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Last Updated: 08/06/18
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Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Higher Education
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Budgeted expenditure (revenue account) on education contains Total budget (centre / states)(Revenue account), Expenditure (Revenue account) on education & training by education and other departments, per capita expenditure.
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Last Updated: 12/06/14
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Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Higher Education
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Back series of enrollment in class I, which is used to calculate the drop out rate.
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Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Higher Education
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Students who are passed class X and moved to enroll in class XI, XII and appeared in examination of class XII and passed Class XII.
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Last Updated: 12/06/14
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Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Higher Education
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Examination means the test of a students knowledge in prescribed subjects. Various Examination Boards have been established in the country for holding and conducting an examination at the end of Class XII, the Senior Secondary School stage. These boards also prescribe conditions of examinations including course of studies for such examination. Normally every year these Boards conduct Annual Examination in the month of February/March. Some of the Boards also conduct Supplementary Examination in the month of August/September on the basis of course/ syllabus as prescribed by the Government. The Examination results have assumed high importance for enabling students to enter job markets as well as for pursuing higher education. The result at the end of class XII is all the more significant as this leads students to enter tertiary level of education, including academic and professional courses of the university level. It is of vital importance to compile the results of Senior Secondary examinations conducted by various boards. Properly and systematically analyzed data on Examination results not only measure the efficacy of the educational system, it also indicates the flow of students from school level to higher education and job market. In Open Schools, system of examination is different from other State and Central Boards. A candidate can avail number of chances as prescribed by the board to appear in public examinations spread over a period of more than one year unlike a time span of one year for other boards. There is no bifurcation of regular and private students and also no system of supplementary examination in Open Boards.
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Last Updated: 12/06/14
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Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Higher Education
Source: data.gov.in
Examination means the test of a students knowledge in prescribed subjects. Various Examination Boards have been established in the country for holding and conducting an examination at the end of Class XII, the Senior Secondary School stage. These boards also prescribe conditions of examinations including course of studies for such examination. Normally every year these Boards conduct Annual Examination in the month of February/March. Some of the Boards also conduct Supplementary Examination in the month of August/September on the basis of course/syllabus as prescribed by the Government. The Examination results have assumed high importance for enabling students to enter job markets as well as for pursuing higher education. The result at the end of class XII is all the more significant as this leads students to enter tertiary level of education, including academic and professional courses of the university level. It is of vital importance to compile the results of Senior Secondary examinations conducted by various boards. Properly and systematically analyzed data on Examination results not only measure the efficacy of the educational system, it also indicates the flow of students from school level to higher education and job market.
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Last Updated: 13/06/14
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Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Higher Education
Source: data.gov.in
Examination means the test of a students knowledge in prescribed subjects. Various Examination Boards have been established in the country for holding and conducting an examination at the end of Class XII, the Senior Secondary School stage. These boards also prescribe conditions of examinations including course of studies for such examination. Normally every year these Boards conduct Annual Examination in the month of February/March. Some of the Boards also conduct Supplementary Examination in the month of August/September on the basis of course/syllabus as prescribed by the Government. The Examination results have assumed high importance for enabling students to enter job markets as well as for pursuing higher education. The result at the end of class XII is all the more significant as this leads students to enter tertiary level of education, including academic and professional courses of the university level. It is of vital importance to compile the results of Senior Secondary examinations conducted by various boards. Properly and systematically analyzed data on Examination results not only measure the efficacy of the educational system, it also indicates the flow of students from school level to higher education and job market.
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