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National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT)

Get data on Alternative Schools (AS) and Alternative and Innovative (AIE) Centers at Pre- Primary stage according to 8th All India School Education Survey (8th AISES). It contains various statistics like state and management wise numbers, enrolment and teachers in position of Unrecognised schools , AIE centres (Both Primary & Upper Primary) under EGS & AIE scheme, Sanskrit Pathshalas , Maktabs, Madrasas and Pre - primary institutions etc.
The catalog contains availability of schooling facility for primary, upper-primary, secondary and higher secondary stages within the habitations (including SC/ST) in different population slabs and available at different distances from the Habitations.
The data provides the details of male and female teachers in position on Full time or Para/Contract basis in Rural/Urban/Total area at All India level in all the 35 states. Para Teachers are those teachers who have been appointed in primary and upper primary schools either on contract or on terms and conditions different from the regular teacher cadre.
The class wise enrolment refers to the admission of students in all the classes from I to XII. The data is related to number of students enrolled across different education level or class in Rural/Urban/Total Area at all India level in all the 35 states. It also includes gender(Boys/Girls) based enrolment at all the school levels
The data refers to the availability of facilities within school premises in different categories of schools(Primary, Upper Primary, Secondary and higher Secondary School). It provides details of availability of drinking water, Urinal and playground in schools in different Area Name, Total/Rural/Urban at all India Level.
The data refers to number of schools according to school building in which majority of classes are held. It provides details of availability of infrastructural facilities such as pucca, partly pucca, Kuchcha, tent, open Space in different categories of schools. A school building is to be treated as pucca if it has its wall made of Burnt Bricks, stones, cement, concrete or timber, plywood, artificial wood of synthetic material and PVC, and roof made of brick, stones,timber,plywood, bamboo, artificial wood of synthetic material etc.
The authority, which runs a school, determines its type of management.
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.
An unrecognised school is that which is not recognised but running regular classes on the pattern of recognised school. This does not include coaching centres. The data refers to the statewise enrolment of unrecognized schools having primary and upper primary classes in Rural Area and enrolled in them at primary and upper primary stage at all India level in all the 35 states.
The data refers to the number of teachers in position in Rural/Urban/Total area in all the 35 states in Primary and Upper Primary Schools. It also gives the number of schools having female teachers in primary and upper primary schools.

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