Class 10th dropout rate in India is 20.6% | India News – Times of India

 Class 10th dropout rate in India is 20.6% | India News - Times of India

New Delhi: Dropout rate I Class X India currently has 20.6%. 2021-22. Although the dropout rate has been steadily decreasing at 28.4 per cent in 2018-19, it is still above 20 per cent. While Worst performing states. It is in it OdishaAt 49.9%, followed by Bihar at 42.1%, there are ten states with higher dropout rates than the national average. This information was shared in the Lok Sabha on Monday.
Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said in a written reply to DMK MP Kalandhi Veeraswamy’s questions whether the government was aware of the recent exercise-based analysis conducted by the Education Ministry that about 3.5 million students failed their studies in class 10. has stopped, said Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan. That 1,89,90,809 students appeared for Class X examination in 2022 out of which 29,56,138 students failed to progress to Class XI.
Reasons for student failure in the examination depend on various factors such as non-attendance, difficulty in following instructions in schools, lack of interest in studies, level of difficulty of question paper, lack of quality teachers, lack of support. By parents, teachers and schools etc. Further, education is in the harmonized list of the constitution and most schools are under the jurisdiction of the respective state and UT governments,” said Pradhan.
The Ministry of Education has shared the state-wise dropout rate of students in class 10 for the last four years (2018-19 to 2021-22). Apart from Odisha and Bihar, the other states are Meghalaya (33.5%), Karnataka (28.5%), Andhra Pradesh and Assam 28.3%, Gujarat (28.2%), and Telangana (27.4%).
While Assam has shown significant improvement from 44% to 28.3% over the last four years, Odisha on the other hand has seen a negative trend from 12.8% to 49.9% over the same period.
States with dropout rates below 10% include Uttar Pradesh (9.2%), Tripura (3.8%), Tamil Nadu (9%), Manipur, Madhya Pradesh (9.8%), Himachal Pradesh (2.5%). , there is no drop out in Haryana. (7.4%), and Delhi (1.3%).
The number of class 10 failures, though still over 29 lakh, has come down to over 39 lakh in 2018 and a significantly higher 45.98 lakh in 2021 (the year of COVID-19).

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