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Get data related to the Category wise Schools in Sikkim. It contains information on Location of the School i.e. Urban or Rural. Schools have been categorized as Lower Primary School, Primary School, Secondary School, Senior Secondary School, Junior High School, Monastic School, Sanskrit School and Islamic School. Data also includes type of schools i.e State Government , Central Government, Private (Aided), Private (Unaided) and Local Body School.
Catalog contains Schools list of Sikkim which includes School Level/Category, School Name and Address.
Get data of Combined Household Houselist information under Annual Health Survey. It contains data of all 3 rounds of AHS Survey i.e Baseline, First Updation Round and Second Updation Round. The survey is conducted in all EAG States namely Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand & Uttar Pradesh and Assam. During the Base line Survey in 2010-11, a total of 20.1 million population and 4.14 million households and during the first updation survey in 2011-12, 20.61 million population and 4.28 million households have actually been covered.
The catalog contains data on various facilities at Town level i.e. District Name, Sub District Name, Town Name, Households, Population, Civic Status of Town, Name of Taluk/Tahsil/Police Station/Islands etc., Name of CD Block, Area, Number of Households including Houseless Households, Density, Sex Ratio, Rainfall, Temperature, State H.Q. Name and, State H.Q. Road Distance, District H.Q. Name, District H.Q. Road Distance, Subdivision/Taluk/Tahsil/Police Station/ Development Block/Island H.Q.
Data contains various facilities at Village level i.e.
School category is determined as per state pattern on the basis of the highest class in a school. According to the national pattern, A school having classes up to V is termed as Primary School, class from VI to VIII is termed as Upper Primary School, Class from IX to X is termed as Secondary and Class XI-XII is termed as Higher Secondary.
Data refers to the number of students enrolled for primary and secondary education. This data also describes the gender based admission of students in primary and secondary school
Children out of school are the number of primary-school-age children not enrolled in primary or secondary school. The data desaggregated by social groups (Scheduled caste, Scheduled Tribe, Other Backward Class) and major religious communities (Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Christian).
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.
The ratio of Female Teachers to Male Teachers provides a gender profile of the faculty engaged in Elementary Education and in the States where the proportion of Female Teacher is higher school retention rates tends to be higher and early primary drop outs very less.

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