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According to a report, 78% of rural Indian parents want their daughters to continue their education beyond graduation.

By waytoinfo.com Aug 11, 2023
According to a report, 78% of rural Indian parents want their daughters to continue their education beyond graduation.According to a report, 78% of rural Indian parents want their daughters to continue their education beyond graduation.

The survey found that one-fourth of male youngsters left school during their primary years. At this point, the dropout rate for female students was higher at around 35%.

According to a research that was released on Tuesday by the Union Minister for Education, Dharmendra Pradhan, 78% of parents of females in rural regions want their children to receive an education up to the level of a bachelor’s degree, while 82% of parents of boys in rural areas want the same.

Based on information gathered from 6,229 rural households in 20 states, the inaugural “State of Elementary Education in Rural India” report. Children in rural communities between the ages of 6 and 16 were the main subject of the study.

6,135 of the 6,229 rural homes polled had pupils enrolled in school, 56 had dropouts, and 38 had children who had never attended school.

The survey found that one-fourth of male youngsters left school during their primary years. At this point, the dropout rate for female students was higher at around 35%. Almost 75% of boys and 65% of girls stopped attending school after they finished primary school.

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