Prime Minister Modi’s government has exposed the former Chief Minister of Gujarat, Modi

Gujarat education department behind in education in technology

Dilip Patel
Gandhinagar, 12 June 2023

Former Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi’s secret has been exposed by a board of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s BJP central government. Modi exposed Modi’s secrets
The enrollment rate of students in class-1 in 2021 was 75 percent. In the next year 2004-05, the enrollment rate increased to 95.64 percent. In 2012-13, the enrollment rate reached 99.25 percent. Since then the enrollment rate of the school has remained close to 100 per cent. In 2004-05, the dropout rate in the state in classes 1 to 8 was 18.79 percent. The dropout rate from classes 1 to 5 was 10.16 percent.
By the year 20201-22, the dropout rate of students studying in classes 1 to 8 had come down to 2.80 percent. While the dropout rate from class 1 to 5 was 1.23 percent.

There are free mid-day meals, cycles, girl child education fund, Vidyalakshmi bond and Vidyadeep schemes. That’s why students come, not because of good teaching.

The dropout rate of girls from classes 1 to 8 was 22.8 percent in 2004-05, which has come down to 3.01 percent in the year 2021-22. The dropout rate of girls from classes 1 to 5 has been reduced from 11.77 percent to 1.16 percent by the year 2022.

Primary and Secondary Education Secretary Dr. Vinod R. before the Project Approval Board on March 17, 2023. What Rao said is an opener for the government.

Shocking thing from the board
The report of the Central Government’s Project Approval Board, prepared and published recently on May 12, 2023, is quite shocking. Bhupendra Patel’s government claims that former Gujarat Chief Minister and current Prime Minister Narendra Modi started the school entrance festival in the state since 2003. He used to visit the village and welcome them in the school. Bhupendra Patel is successfully carrying forward the tradition of Modi’s education. School entrance festival has resulted in a revolution in the field of education in Gujarat.
In which it has been said that in 2019-20, 23.7 percent students in secondary school i.e. class 9 and 10 had run away from school. In which 26 percent were boys and 20.6 percent were girls.
But the reality is that in 2020-21, 23.3 per cent children dropped out of higher education. In which 25.1 percent were boys and 20.9 percent were girls. These are the figures which expose Modi’s secrets.

Official suit
School Entrance Festival was initiated under the visionary leadership of 100 school going and out of school children. But at the secondary level, the government’s secrets get exposed.
Transaction rate at secondary level:
The overall transition rate at the secondary level in the state is 87.9%, which means that 87.9% of children enrolled in Class 8 last year have entered Class 9 this year. This shows that there are 12.1% children who drop out before 9th standard.

False claim of BJP government
BJP’s Gujarat government claims that programs like the School Entrance Festival brought awareness among the people. Citizens also understood the importance of education. Yet the central government figures prove that claim wrong.

Statement is true and false
As a result of the school entrance festival program and various efforts of the state government, there has been a drastic reduction in the number of school dropouts today. If so, why is Gujarat the leader in India in post-primary school dropouts? This means that the primary school statistics are misleading. is fake.
Primary school
In 2019-20, 98.31 per cent children up to primary school survived the last year in school. Which was 98.60 percent in 2020-21.
upper primary to secondary school
Enrollment in upper primary to secondary school was 88.5 percent in 2019-20. Girls were only 88.50 percent. In 2020-21, 87.90 percent children were living. In which the number of girls was barely 85 percent.
secondary to senior secondary school
The number of secondary to higher secondary schools stood at 63.79 percent and the transition rate in 2020-21 was 57.3 percent.

So why leave school?
There has been a revolution in the field of education as a result of the School Entrance Festival and Girl Child Education Festival in Gujarat. In the National Achievement Survey conducted in the year 2021, Gujarat was included among the best performing states of the country. Several facts emerge from the minutes of the meeting held by the Project Approval Board.
target of 100% studies
Studies show that many states have higher dropout rates at the secondary level than the national average.
The government wants to achieve 100 per cent Gross Enrollment Rate (GER) at the school level by 2030, which is targeted in the new National Education Policy, and sees school dropouts as a hindrance.
This information has been obtained from the minutes of the meetings of the Project Approval Board under the Ministry of Education on the ‘Samagra Shiksha’ program for 2022-23. These meetings were held between April and July with various states.

Gujarat lags behind other states
In many states, the dropout rate at the secondary level is higher than the national average In many states, the dropout rate at the secondary level is higher than the national average, the study shows. According to official data, West Bengal, Gujarat, Bihar and Tripura are among more than a dozen states where the dropout rate at the secondary level was higher than the national average of 14.6 per cent. The central government has suggested these states to take special measures to reduce the dropout rate.

According to PAB, dropout rate at secondary level in Bihar is 21.4 in 2020-21

The percentage was 23.3 per cent in Gujarat, 23.8 per cent in Madhya Pradesh, 16.04 per cent in Odisha, 16.6 per cent in Jharkhand. Tripura 16.6 percent and Karnataka 26 percent.

As per documents, special enrollment took place in Delhi schools during special period

The estimated number of children in need (CWSN) was 61,051, of whom 67.5 per cent had dropped out of school or could not be identified. The PAB has urged the Delhi government to expeditiously complete the task of bringing out-of-school children back into the mainstream of school education.

The dropout rate at the secondary level in Andhra Pradesh was 37.6 per cent in 2019-20, which has come down to 8.7 per cent in 2020-21. The PAB has asked the state to continue its efforts to further reduce the dropout rate.

According to the documents, 12.5 per cent students in Uttar Pradesh dropped out at the secondary level in 2020-21, with an average of 11.9 per cent for boys and 13.2 per cent for girls.

In West Bengal, 10 districts have a dropout rate of over 15 per cent at the secondary school level. The PAB has asked the state to prepare a specific action plan to reduce this rate.

In Assam in 2020-21, 19 districts recorded a dropout rate of over 30 per cent at the secondary level. The rate was more than 30 per cent in eight districts of Nagaland. The dropout rate at the secondary level was 7.1 per cent in Kerala, 8.41 per cent in Uttarakhand and 10.17 per cent in Goa.

A recent survey by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) revealed that 33 percent of girls drop out of school because of domestic work and 25 percent because of marriage.

According to UNICEF, it has also been seen in many places that after leaving school, children along with their families start working as laborers or cleaning people’s houses.

Out-of-school children who are not getting school education should be ‘mapping’ at the gram panchayat and ward level.

There should be a teacher-parent level meeting at least once a month in the schools.

School dropouts should be identified at home because sometimes poor exam results or family conditions are also the reasons for dropouts.

The student-room ratio in 2001-02 was 38:1, which is an average of 1 classroom per 38 students. From 2001 to 2022, around 1.42 lakh new classrooms have been constructed by the government across the state. The ratio has come down to 26:1 in the year 2021-22.

In 2001-02, the student teacher ratio in the state’s primary schools was also 40:1, which means there was only one teacher available for every 40 students in the state. During the period from 2001-02 to 2021-22, more than 2 lakh teachers and headmasters were recruited against retired teachers. The student teacher ratio has improved to 28:1 in 2021-22. The student teacher ratio of Gujarat is ahead of other states and the student teacher ratio specified in the Right to Education norms.

Ahead in technology, behind in education

Digital Learning Content with Learning Monitoring System (LMS) and G-Shala App: The state has launched LMS with e-content for class 10 and digital learning content with G-Shala App. More than 30 lakh students are enrolled.

Self-Assessment has started the exercise of weekly self-assessment and learning by 25 lakh students for class 10. More than 25 lakh students are enrolled.

Learning Outcomes Based Report Card:
Gujarat is the first state to roll out a learning outcome-based report card for all students in grades 3-8 across all subjects. Each report card shows the child’s performance status and remedial measures based on the learning outcomes of the lowest performers. A dashboard has also been developed for the schools. A total of 15 crore report cards have been made.

Centralized Summative Examinations for classes 3 to 12 have started. In this system, 100% answer sheets of equation tests are checked by teachers of other schools. Centralized data entry of 43 lakh students of all subjects is done. Around 50 crore data is entered, collated and analyzed for each test. AI based simple app for learning scanning

The result wise score in 2020-21 was also released by the state. The simple app is easy to use and first of its kind to capture assessment data which has helped reduce the data reporting time from 2 months to 2 weeks.

A command and control center works for the schools to improve administration. Real time monitoring of school education indicators like enrolment, attendance, LO wise performance, Gujarat School Quality Accreditation Calculus 2.0, live interaction with field level staff, teachers and HM.

School monitoring app works.
Online Attendance System: Real time attendance of teachers and students for all schools.

Survey, Tracking & Monitoring of CWSN students including Medical Card, Individual Educational Plan Tracking through Divya App.

The entire school development plan is GPS based. It maintains real time monitoring of civilian infrastructure. Structural data of 33,540 schools is captured through WSDP.

Vehicle tracking system works in every school. This tracking system works to help the students who are not able to find the school near their residence, reach the school through transport and ensure the safety of students during transportation.

Through school administration system, teachers work smartly to provide quality education. The system works to digitize school administrative tasks to enable teachers to devote more time.