Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all
By 2030, eliminate gender and other disparities at all levels in education and ensure equal access to affordable and quality education and vocational training for all.
61.4% of children aged 45 years are presently enrolled in anganwadi centres and schools.
Haryana is below the national average in learning outcomes. Only 23.6% of children presently in Class III, can successfully read a Class II text. Only 60% of students in Class III can recognize numbers up to 100. Similar ndings are there for Classes V and VIII.
The gender gap between boys and girls in Haryana in the age group 45 years as per Census of India 2011 is 9.61%. However, as per the Department of Women and Child Development and U-DISE 201516, the gender gap reduces to 7.52% in the same age group, at the time of enrolment in primary schools and anganwadi centres.
Haryana has taken a lead by introducing two trade skills in approximately 50% government senior secondary schools.
Focus for Tomorrow
Quality education linked with enhancing learning outcomes.
Removing gender disparity in accessing school education.
Skills in education and employability after education.
100% of children enrolled in pre-primary education
Achieve a net enrolment ratio (NER) of 97 at the primary level and 95 at the upper primary level
95% of students from Classes IVIII to be at grade level competencies
Increase the transition rate from Class V to Class VI to 100% for both, girls and boys
Provision of skills in education and employability through all senior secondary schools and secondary schools