NEW DELHI :
New Delhi: Punjab, Tamil Nadu and Kerala are the highest performers within the nationwide college efficiency index, whereas Meghalaya and Ladakh are the laggards, the federal government stated on Sunday.
Within the efficiency grading index (PGI) of 2019-20, the Union schooling ministry stated, for the primary time, 5 states and UTs have crossed the edge of 90% PGI rating and reached Degree 2 or “Grade I++”. Aside from Punjab, Tamil Nadu and Kerala, Union territories of Chandigarh and Andaman and Nicobar Islands are on this class with a rating between 901 to 950, on a scale of 1000.
However for the third yr in a row, not one of the Indian states and UTs have reached Degree-1, the ministry report confirmed. Nonetheless, in 2019-20, entry of 5 states and UTs in Degree 2 is a sign of progress in class efficiency.
“Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Puducherry, Punjab and Tamil Nadu have improved general PGI rating by 10%, i.e., 100 or extra factors,” the report stated.
To make certain, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Puducherry aren’t within the prime stage as but regardless of their enchancment within the general rating.
Simply behind the 5 prime performers at stage 2, seven areas—Delhi, Maharashtra, Haryana, Gujarat, Puducherry, Himachal Pradesh and Dadra and Nagar Haveli have been positioned with a rating of 851-900.
The PGI train envisages that the Index would propel states and UTs in the direction of enterprise multi-pronged interventions that may carry concerning the much-desired optimum schooling outcomes. The PGI is structured in two classes, specifically, Outcomes and Governance and Administration and includes 70 indicators in mixture with a complete weightage of 1000.
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