Digital learning improves but no districts in top two categories of center ranking – The New Indian Express

Express press service

NEW DELHI: Digital learning in schools is gradually improving with more than 60 districts showing improvements between 2018-2019 and 2019-20, according to the latest School Education District Ranking.

Among southern states, digital learning ranking is lowest in Andhra Pradesh districts and highest in Kerala, according to District Performance Ranking Index (PGI-D) for 2018- 19 and 2019-20 published by the Ministry of School Education. and Literacy, under the supervision of the Ministry of Education.

Progress in digital learning is slow but steady, said the survey, which for the first time rated districts on the schools’ standard.

The number of districts in the third highest “Ati Uttam” category of the index doubled from four to eight in 2019-20. None of the districts made it into the first two categories of ‘Daksh’ and ‘Utkarsh’. The number of districts in the “Uttam” category in digital learning has also increased from 27 to 41.

According to the survey, 20 districts showed improvements of 20% in their score while the performance of 43 districts increased by 10%.

Districts scoring more than 90% are categorized as “Daksh”. “Utkarsh” is the second best score at 81-90%, followed by “Ati Uttam” (71-80%), “Uttam” (61-70%), Prachesta-1 (51-60%). percent), Prachesta-2 (41 to 50 percent), Prachesta-3 (31 to 40 percent), Akanshi-1 (21 to 30 percent) and Akanshi-2 (11 to 2 percent).

The survey released on Monday indicates that in many districts of Andhra Pradesh like Srikakulam, Chittoor, Kurnool, Kadapa and Nellore, digital learning scores were below 10 out of 50.

By comparison, most districts in Kerala scored around 30. digital learning remains weak.

Most districts in Tamil Nadu scored below 30 with Chennai being the best with 27 and Thoothukkudi the lowest with 14 in digital learning.

Most districts in Karnataka scored below 20 except Bidar, Dakshin Kannada, Mandya, Bengaluru (south) and Bengaluru (north).

Overall, states showed improvement from 2018-2019 numbers. Nationally, Junagadh in Gujarat with 39 and Jaipur in Rajasthan with 38 are the top two districts for digital learning.

NEW DELHI: Digital learning in schools is gradually improving with more than 60 districts showing improvements between 2018-2019 and 2019-20, according to the latest School Education District Ranking. Among southern states, digital learning ranking is lowest in Andhra Pradesh districts and highest in Kerala, according to District Performance Ranking Index (PGI-D) for 2018- 19 and 2019-20 published by the Ministry of School Education. and Literacy, under the supervision of the Ministry of Education. Progress in digital learning is slow but steady, said the survey, which for the first time rated districts on the schools’ standard. The number of districts in the third highest “Ati Uttam” category of the index doubled from four to eight in 2019-20. None of the districts made it into the first two categories of ‘Daksh’ and ‘Utkarsh’. The number of districts in the “Uttam” category in digital learning also increased from 27 to 41. According to the survey, 20 districts recorded a 20% improvement in their score while 43 districts improved their performance by 10%. Districts scoring more than 90% are categorized as “Daksh”. “Utkarsh” is the second best score at 81-90%, followed by “Ati Uttam” (71-80%), “Uttam” (61-70%), Prachesta-1 (51-60%). percent), Prachesta-2 (41 to 50 percent), Prachesta-3 (31 to 40 percent), Akanshi-1 (21 to 30 percent) and Akanshi-2 (11 to 2 percent). The survey released on Monday said that in many districts of Andhra Pradesh like Srikakulam, Chittoor, Kurnool, Kadapa and Nellore, digital learning scores were below 10 out of 50. In comparison, most districts of Kerala scored around 30. Even in Tamil Nadu, where two districts – Dharmapuri and Villuparam – were categorized as ‘Ati Uttam’ for overall performance, the digital learning curve remains low. Most districts in Tamil Nadu scored below 30 with Chennai being the best with 27 and Thoothukkudi the lowest with 14 in digital learning. Most districts in Karnataka scored below 20 except Bidar, Dakshin Kannada, Mandya, Bengaluru (south) and Bengaluru (north). Overall, states showed improvement from 2018-2019 numbers. Nationally, Junagadh in Gujarat with 39 and Jaipur in Rajasthan with 38 are the top two districts for digital learning.

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