STD 10 ENGLISH QUESTION BANK
Report: 4 … Chetan Chauhan n. C. E. R . Educational Status of Gujarat on the basis of the Sixth Indian Education Survey of T. The Government of Gujarat has agreed to provide free, compulsory and universal education to all children up to the age of 14 years as per Article 45 of the Constitution of India.
As a result of the efforts of the state government to achieve this universal goal of primary education, today Gujarat ranks ahead of other states in India. In the field of elementary primary education (standard: 1 to 4 primary education) Gujarat: 2. According to the Sixth All India Educational Survey conducted by the National Council for Educational Research and Training
Delhi, 07.12% of the rural population in Gujarat has access to Std. 1 to 1 primary schools in residential areas. Compared to other states in India, Gujarat ranks first in India with 07.12% in providing primary school facilities only in residential areas. In addition, 98.78% of the population has a standard 1 to 4 primary school for a distance of 1 km, while 99.18% of the population has a standard 1 to 4 primary school for a distance of 1 km.
There are 6,80,590 villages (residential areas) with a population of 300 or more across India, out of which, only 24% of the villages have access to primary school from standard 1 in the residential area. While there are 20,810 villages (residential areas) with a population of 30 or more in Gujarat, out of which 96.03% of the villages have been provided with standard 1 to 4 primary school facilities in the residential area only. Out of all the states of India (except Union Territories).