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Performance Grading Index for 2019-20

Performance Grading Index for 2019-20

  • Punjab, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala have scored higher than 90% in this Index while Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh are the only States which have seen actual regression in scores over this period.
  • The index monitors the progress made in school education with regard to learning outcomes, access and equity, infrastructure and facilities, and governance and management processes.
  • This is the third edition of the index and 70 indicators are used by the Ministry of Education to measure progress in the index.

  • Punjab has recorded the highest score of almost 929 out of a possible 1,000, showing a huge jump from 769 last year.

  • Punjab overtook the Union Territory of Chandigarh, which had topped both previous editions of the index, but has now slid to second place with a score of 912.

  • Tamil Nadu also overtook Kerala, with a score of 906, largely driven by improvements in the State’s educational governance and management, as well as in terms of infrastructure and facilities.

  • Gujarat, which had the second-highest score in the previous edition, dropped to eighth place.

  • The new Union Territory of Ladakh was included separately for the first time in this edition and had the lowest score of just 545."