- 73: India’s ranking, just above Kyrgyzstan, in a study of 74 countries on maths, science and reading
- 90%: Students in Himachal Pradesh who lack baseline reading literacy, 89 per cent lag in science
- 60%: Students in India’s top private schools show lack of sensitivity towards AIDS victims
- 10%: The drop in arithmetic ability nationally of Class V children in rural areas
Which of the following is true: nearly 10 per cent of Class 4 students in top urban Indian schools believe that Mahatma Gandhi is alive. In Tamil Nadu, only 15 per cent students in the 15-year age group are skilled in maths. About three-fourths of Class 3 students in rural India can’t solve two-digit subtraction problems.
All true. How did you score?
Three recent reports—Pratham’s Annual Status of Education Report (ASER), the Programme For International Students...