AISHE report: Girls’ participation in higher education is equal, statistically a success story

All India Survey of Higher Education (Aish). Girls are also strong in higher education now. For the first time, the gender gap between boys and girls in undergraduate admissions in the country is almost filling. According to the All India Higher Education Survey (AISH), for the past five years, 90 girls out of 100 boys in B.Com have been admitted to B.Com but by 2019-20 the number has risen to one hundred. In 2019 & mdash; 20, 41.6 lakh students have registered for B.Com. Of these, 20.3 lakh are girls and 21.3 lakh are girls. & Nbsp;

Overall girls enrollment has increased many times over 5 years & nbsp;
B.Com is the only stream where girls ’participation has been low over the past five years. The gender gap in BSC and MBBS is almost over from 2017-18. This year the right effort at B.Com is complete. There are 100 girls per 100 students in BSc in 2017-18 and 101 girls enrolled in undergraduate. In just two years, at BSc, there were 113 girls per hundred students and 110 girls per hundred MBBS students. Girls have now dominated many courses that have increased student numbers. In all, there were 86 girls per hundred students in 2015-2016, and 96 girls per hundred students in 2019-20. & Nbsp;

Girls are still few in the technical field
Girls ‘participation in many courses is high but girls’ participation in technical field is still very low. Only 42 girls out of every hundred boys join the BTech program every year. At the same time, 53 girls get admission into the undergraduate law program for every one hundred students. & Nbsp;

Students’ interest in engineering is declining & nbsp;
Total enrollment for higher education was 3.85 crore in 2019-20 compared to 3.74 crore in 2018-19. There are 11.36 lakh more admissions in higher education in a year. This means an increase of 3.04% in one year. Of the 3.85 crore students enrolled in higher education, 79.5 percent, or 3.06 crore students, are enrolled in undergraduate courses. After this, 43.1 lakh students are enrolled for postgraduate courses while 2.02 lakh students are enrolled for Ph.D. In this way, 11.2 percent of students are enrolled in a master’s degree. Enrollment of students in all fields except engineering is high. This year 1.25 lakh students are enrolled in engineering compared to last year. The number of students enrolled in engineering was 38.5 lakh last year and 37.2 lakh in this year. & Nbsp;

Increase in the number of organizations of national importance & nbsp;
According to the All India Higher Education Survey (AISH) Report 2019-20, the number of institutions of national importance (INI) has increased to 80 in the last five years. The percentage has increased. In 2015, the number of INIs was only 75, which is expected to rise to 135 in 2020. The report also found that the number of PhD students has increased by 60 percent over the past five years. Union Minister of Education Ramesh Pokhriel rejoiced over the Nishank 2019-20 AISH report and said, “I am pleased to announce the release of the All India Survey 2019-20 Report on Higher Education. We have improved the gender equality index, with the number of organizations of national importance increased by 80% (from 75 in 2015 to 135 in 2020).

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