The report reveals that among the many numerous social teams, the literacy fee for these aged 7 yrs or extra was the best for “others”, which is non-SC/ST/OBC inhabitants teams, at 91% for males and 81% for ladies. This proportion declines to 84% for OBC males and 69% for OBC ladies. For SCs, the ratio was 80.3% for males and 64% for ladies and for STs 78% for males and 61% for ladies.
Among non secular teams, 88% of Christian males and 82% of girls had been literate, the best proportions for each genders. This was adopted by Sikhs and Hindus. The literacy fee of 80.6% amongst Muslim males was equal to that for Dalits and marginally greater than the speed amongst tribals. The literacy fee for Muslim ladies was greater than Dalit or tribal ladies, however decrease than for ladies of some other non secular group.
The gross attendance ratio (individuals attending a stage of training as a proportion of the inhabitants of the corresponding age group) was the bottom for Muslims amongst numerous social and non secular teams in any respect ranges of training besides above greater secondary, the place it was between the charges for Dalits and tribals.
At the first stage, the GAR of 100 for Muslims was decrease than “others”, SCs, STs, OBCs, Sikhs, Christians, and Hindus. At the higher major stage, Muslims had been the one group whose GAR was under 90%. At the secondary stage, the GAR of 71.9% for Muslims was decrease than STs (79.8%), SCs and OBCs. Similarly on the greater secondary stage, the GAR was lowest for Muslims at 48.3%, nicely under even the 52.8% for Dalits.
Above the upper secondary stage, the GAR of 14.5% for Muslims was simply above 14.4% for tribals however under 17.8% for Dalits. Unlike the tribal inhabitants, of which a big proportion lives in distant areas, Muslims usually don’t reside very removed from greater instructional institutes and but the drop out at this stage was almost equal.
Muslims additionally had the best proportion of youth (age 3-35 yrs) who had by no means enrolled in formal instructional programmes. About 17% of Muslim males on this age group had by no means been enrolled for training. This was greater than for SCs (13.4%) and STs (14.7%). Similarly, for Muslim females, this ratio was 21.9% comparable with ST females, of whom 22.4% within the age group of 3-35 yrs reported having by no means enrolled in any educational programme