The All India Survey on Higher Education (AISHE) 2019-20, released Thursday, also offers medical, bachelor’s, and bachelor’s programs, with the exception of an increasing number of women enrolled in MPhil, graduate, and certificate levels. It became clear that they continued to have an advantage. However, the number of registered women is significantly lower in specialized courses and technical courses.
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The total enrollment rate for women is 27.3%, which is superior to that for men (26.9%). The study also found that women’s participation at the MA, MSc, and MCom levels has increased significantly and rapidly over the past five years.
“In the last five years from 2015-16 to 2019-20, student enrollment increased by 11.4%. During the period, women enrolled in higher education increased by 18.2%. 2019-20 Higher education for the year was 1.01 compared to 1.00 in 2018-19, indicating improved relative access to higher education for women of eligible age groups compared to men. ” The book states.
According to the report, the number of female students is the lowest among state private university institutions (2,499), followed by state parliamentary law institutions (3,702), but the highest number among state public universities.
“The percentage of female students is the lowest in nationally important institutions (24.7%), followed by deemed university governments (33.4%) and state private universities (34.7%), but among institutional female students under state parliamentary law. The percentage is 61.2%. “” The percentage of female students at state and public universities is 50.1%, and that at central universities is 48.1%.
At the master’s level in arts, science and commerce, women’s participation surged between 2015-16 and 2019-20, but still very much in undergraduate courses such as BCA, BBA, BTech, BE and LLB. It is low”.
The percentage of students enrolled in the BA program is 47.1% for men and 52.9% for women, but BSc has a total of 47.07 Rakı students, of which 52.3% are women. However, the BSc (Honors Degree) of 54.8% of men, MBA (57.4% of men), BTech (71.5% of men), and BE (71% of men) is a different story. However, the medical trend is a picture of female domination, with a total of 13.5 Rakı students, 8.04 Rakı (62.2%).
As shown by national figures, male registrations are also relatively higher than female registrations across most state levels.
The exception is Uttar Pradesh, which has the largest number of students in India, with 49.1% males, 50.9% females and 50.2% females in Karnataka.
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