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U-Dise survey to help ministry read state of school education


Ludhiana: For gathering timely and accurate data on school education, the Unified District Information System for Education (U-Dise) will start a survey in the district’s schools. This human resource development (HRD) ministry will do this study for effective planning and decision-making, mainly for gauging the literacy rate and effectiveness of the government’s projects.
The U-Dise for elementary and secondary education started in the year 2012-13. It is one of the largest school education information management systems, covering more than 15 lakh schools of the country. Vishal Kumar Mittal, coordinator of MIS (Management Information System), said: “Nearly 2,900 schools of Ludhiana district will participate in the U-Dise survey. This includes 1,525 government schools, 56 aided schools, 4 central schools, a meritorious school, a social welfare board school, and some private schools.”
Mittal said: “U-Dise is a fully online and updated system. The collection of data started in the year 2018-19. The information is to be collected from all formal education schools that run from classes I to XII. The school is the unit of data collection and the district is the unit of data distribution.”
The U-Dise system collects information on school profile, physical infrastructure, teachers, enrolment, and examination results through an online data collection form (DCF), which is divided into 11 sections, each containing multiple questions to capture various performance indicators of the school.

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