What is The profile of a NIOS Learner?


The NIOS main goal is to have an embracive and dynamic learning society .The NIOS is constantly striving to make efforts to reach out the marginalized groups such as school dropouts, girls and women, scheduled cast and scheduled tribes, ex-servicemen, differently able learners, and attract large number of students from all over the country. This makes it all the more important to make a student profile to get an exact number of student under a particular category and also other important data for each category.

The students profile based on the gender is shown in the table given below. The table shows the enrollment of student making gender the entity from, the year 2001 to 2007.The table clearly indicates the majority of male over female in the students that are enrolling in NIOS every year. This clearly signify, the male-female ratio (68:32) at NIOS has remained stable since 2003 for four consecutive years

 

 

Enrollment chart on the basis of Gender from 2001-2007

Serial number

Academic year

Total enrollment

Male

Male %

Female

Female %

1

2001-2002

214582

152286

70.97

62,296

29.03

2

2002-2003

278234

164550

59.14

113,684

40.86

3

2003-2004

321010

220103

68.57

100,907

31.43

4

2004-2005

238069

162351

68.19

75,718

31.81

5

2005-2006

267026

182440

68.32

84,586

31.68

6

2206-2007

290983

199788

68.66

91,195

31.34

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All along the number of male students has been higher than that of female students. Rather than attributing this disparity to the functioning or the offerings of NIOS, it has a better and convincing explanation in the general national/Indian scenario, wherein the level of female participation in education is much lower than that of their male counterparts. Interestingly, however, the male-female ratio (68:32) at NIOS has remained stable since 2003 for four consecutive years. From the Indian viewpoint, it is a positive development that women’s enrolment is showing consistency and that NIOS is making visible contributions in resolving the issue of access and equity at the secondary level of education, though the participation of girls and women has yet to reach a level that corresponds favourably with the national male-female literacy ratio169—75 per cent: 58 per cent.

 

Nearly 80 per cent of the students at NIOS belong to the general category comprising the rural and the urban youth. About 20 per cent of the students enrolled belong to scheduled castes and tribes, which is close to the percentage of seats officially reserved for them. It goes to the credit of NIOS that it attracts a reasonable percentage of students from these two categories, as the percentage participation of these two categories of students in other educational institutions in the country remains a sore issue in the context of equity in the national provision for education

 

 

 

 

Enrollment  chart On the basis of Student Category

Serial Number

Categories

Year 2004-2005

Year 2005-2006

Year 2006-2007

 

 

Enrollment

%

Enrollment

%

Enrollment

%

1

General

183,668

77.15

214,667

80.39

231,334

79.50

2

Scheduled Castes

35,098

14.74

30,679

11.49

36,599

12.58

3

Scheduled Tribes

17,140

07.20

19,933

07.46

21,029

07.23

4

Ex- servicemen

324

00.14

304

00.11

434

00.15

5

Differently able

1,839

00.77

1,443

00.54

1,587

00.55

 

Total

238,069

100.00

267,026

99.99

290,983

100.01

 

 

 

 

 

 

Students are maximum in the age group  of 15 to 20 years which is 74%  to 80%. Of the total students enrolled.The age group between 15 to 25 years is 89 to 93 %.

 

Enrollment chart  on the basis of AGE

Serial Number

Age in Years

Enrollment 2004-2005

Enrollment  2005-2006

Enrollment 2006-2007

 

 

Number enrolled

%

Number enrolled

%

Number enrolled

%

1

10-14

2,967

01.25

8,662

03.24

10,873

03.74

2

15-20

190,555

80.03

204,791

76.67

215,233

73.95

3

21-25

30409

12.77

36,709

13.74

43,022

14.78

4

26- 30

7439

03.13

8,814

03.30

11,642

04.00

5

31-35

3288

01.38

3,961

01.48

5,122

01.76

6

36-40

1911

00.80

2,264

00.85

2,864

00.98

7

41-45

988

00.42

1,191

00.45

1,394

00.48

8

46-50

388

00.16

502

00.19

648

00.22

9

51-55

91

00.038

111

00.04

153

00.05

10

56-60

13

00.006

11

00.004

22

00.008

11

61-65

5

 

5

 

4

 

12

66-70

6

 

1

 

2

 

13

71-75

5

 

2

 

0

 

14

76-80

4

00.008

2

00.004

4

00.003

 

Total

238,069

99.99

267,026

99.97

290,983

99.97

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The NIOS has therefore achieved a great  success rate of  increasing the literacy rate.The student profile helps in finding out the date easily to know the exact stats about the students by bifurcating them using these categories and the above charts tell volume just by examine them.

 

 

 

 

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