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Source: Elementry Education in India: Towards UEE- Flash Statistics,NUEPA & Gol, New Delhi, 2005-06 to 2015-16
  • 11% of the schools in our country don't have toilets. 2,80,775 schools do not have toilets for girls. In 34% of the schools, the toilets are either in unusable or extremely bad conditions
  • 49% of the schools don't have hand-wash facilities near the toilets
  • Around 3.2% of the schools don't have access to safe drinking water. And almost 12% have their drinking water source (tap/hand pump) outside the school premises
  • 94% of the schools don't have a School Management Committee (SMC)
  • 55% of the schools reported that their SMCs were not involved in the school development plans. And in 53% of the schools, it was reported that SMCs were also not involved in monitoring the utilisation of financial grants
  • The Pupil-Teacher Ratio (PTR) for schools (primary and upper primary) was calculated as 1:30 for primary schools and 1:35 for upper primary schools
  • Non-availability of head teachers was reported at 49.8% and 51.3% for primary schools that have an enrollment of more than 150 children and for upper primary schools that have an enrollment of more than 100 children respectively
  • Only 24% of the schools have electricity and computer facilities
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Source: Elementry Education in India: Towards UEE- Flash Statistics,NUEPA & Gol, New Delhi, 2005-06 to 2015-16