Education is no longer a woman-dominated business in India. According to the All India Survey on Higher Education (AISHE) released on Thursday, most teachers in higher education institutions are male.

The total number of teachers at the university level is about 2.1 lakh lakhs out of which .96..9 per cent are males and .1 37.1 per cent are females. According to the report of college college level, the number of teachers is 11.5 lakh with 3.56.4% male teachers. The total number of teachers in the institutions alone is 1.57 lakh with 58 per cent male teachers.

Out of a total of 15,03,156 teachers for 2019-20, 57.5 per cent are male teachers and 42.5 per cent are female teachers, the report said.

Bihar has the lowest sex ratio. The ratio of female to male teachers in the state is 1: 4 which is 78.4 per cent for males and only 21.6 per cent for female teachers by AISHE in terms of percentage.

Jharkhand is second only to Bihar. In the state .5 69 .. per cent are male teachers and .50..5 per cent are female teachers. In Uttar Pradesh, 31.9 per cent of the total teachers in the state are women.

The participation of women as teachers is in stark contrast to states like Kerala, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh Nag, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Delhi and Goa. “They have more female teachers than male teachers,” the report said.

In addition, the report looks at women per 100 male teachers and found that there are 59, 77 and 72 female teachers per 100 male teachers in universities, colleges and institutions alone.

According to the report, at the all-India level, there are “74 female teachers per 100 male teachers.” In the SC category, there are 58 female teachers per 100 male teachers and in the case of ST and OBC it is 72 and 69 female out of 100 male teachers respectively. For the Muslim minority, it has 58 female teachers for every 100 males while for the other minority, it has 154 female teachers for every 100 male teachers.

Fewer teachers from minority communities

With regard to the representation of teachers from different identities, it has been found that at the all-India level, more than half of the teachers in the general group. In general class teachers in India. While SC and ST teachers have 9.0 per cent and 2.4 per cent participation respectively.

From minority communities, here Muslim. cent percent are Muslim teachers, and 0.0% of other minority groups.

Leading states in introducing minorities for education in the report said, “The top 3 out of 10 big states are Tamil Nadu, with 11.1 per cent SC and 0.3 per cent ST, Maharashtra with 11.6 per cent SC and 1.6 per cent ST. And Uttar Pradesh has 8.5% SC and 0.2% ST, teachers. ”

The female representation of teachers in the PWD group is low, with 36 out of 100 male teachers being female.

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