Girl education in gujarat ranks on 20th position among the top 21 states in India.
The Gujarat government might make tall cases about its "Kanya Kelavani" and school enrolment drive, however a report demonstrates the state has performed much inadequately than different states in championing young ladies' training.
The Sample Registration System-Baseline Survey 2014 uncovers that Gujarat (with 73.4 for every penny of young ladies in school) is at the twentieth position among 21 noteworthy states, only a score above Rajasthan (72.1 for each penny). As indicated by the review, around 26.6 for every penny of young ladies in the age gathering of 15-17 years in Gujarat have either dropped out or have never been to class. That implies 26.6 for every penny of young ladies in the state have not achieved the class IX or X level.
Of the 14.8 for every penny who study past class X, just 7.3 for every penny complete graduation. Gujarat training pastor Bhupendrasinh Chudasma said, "We know that the drop out rate among young ladies is high and consequently we dispatched the enrolment drive even in class IX."
He said this would guarantee that young ladies don't drop out after class VIII. He said the drop out proportion was not more than 20 for every penny. "We are taking measures to guarantee that young ladies study and the legislature is committed to accomplishing 100 for every penny education among the young ladies," he said.
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