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PTR

U-DISE data available for schools, infrastructure, access, participation,teachers, GER, Drop-out Rate, Pupil-Teacher-Ratio, PTR, Student Classroom Ratio, SCR , Toilets, Computer, Electricity, water, ramp, playground,
Pupil-Teacher Ratio (PTR): Average number of pupils (students) per teacher at a specific level of education in a given school-year. Calculation method: Divide the total number of pupils enrolled at the specific level of education by the number of teachers teaching pre-dominantly at that level.
A teacher is a person who is directly engaged in instructing a group of students. Head of the institution is counted as teacher. The research guiding staff, demonstrators, tutors and Directors of Physical Education & Physical Training Instructors will also be shown as teachers. Teachers registered as research scholars will be shown as teachers. However, research students doing teaching work will not be treated as teachers. Similarly, laboratory attendants, library clerks, game instructors, etc. who do not participate in teaching will not be treated as teachers.
Pupil-Teacher Ratio (PTR): Average number of pupils (students) per teacher at a specific level of education in a given school-year. Calculation method: Divide the total number of pupils enrolled at the specific level of education by the number of teachers teaching pre-dominantly at that level.
The data refers to details of School and Teacher Indicators in urban areas. It gives information regarding percentage of Schools with PTR less than 40, Schools with Graduate Teachers, Schools with Multigrade classes, Female teachers, SC/ST teachers, Average number of teachers per school, Teacher Vacancy positions and teachers appointed under SSA. The outcome is based on the sample survey undertaken by Programme Evaluation Organisation (PEO), Planning commission in eleven states and two union territories for 'Evaluation Report On Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, 2010'.
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