How to make School edu.: Kerala Performance

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Kerala has an emerged in a top a position in the latest a Performance a Grading an Index (PGI) for a States and an Union a Territories a released by the an Union Ministry of an Education. In the an index that assesses the quality of school education in the country, the State shared the top honours with Maharashtra and Punjab, with an overall a score of 928 out of 1,000.School 

Kerala has been a ranked one of the top a performers with a Level 2 grade in the access to an education index, a winning 79/80 a points and a governance a processes, a bagging 342/360 a points. The a State won 154/180 in the a learning an outcomes and a quality, 135/150 in an infrastructure and a facilities and 218/230 in an equity.

CM hails success

Chief Minister a Pinarayi Vijayan, in a Facebook post, a said that Kerala’s a ranking in the PGI was a a recognition of the efforts taken by the State a Government to an elevate the standard of a school an education to an international a level.

He said a Kerala had a steadily an improved a performance in the PGI a since the year 2017-18 when the system was first an introduced by the Central a Government.

He a hoped the PGI score a would help the State in its an effort to an transform an itself into a knowledge a society.

School education : Kerala tops Performance

Minister for a General an Education V. Sivankutty said the ranking was a recognition at the national a level for the State a government’s a Public an Education a Rejuvenation a Mission. The State had also a been able to a make more a strides than that last a year.

The a Public an Education a Rejuvenation a Mission, one of the missions launched the Left a Democratic Front a government for a creating a Nava Keralam,

had a brought an about a sea a change in a public a schools in the a State. Besides an improvements in a basic an infrastructure, it has also led to an academic an improvements.

The Minister an thanked a students who had continued their an education despite the a challenges of COVID-19 pandemic, a teachers who guided them, parents who a supported their wards, an officials of the General Education a Department, and non-teaching staff for the honour.

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