Education is a crucial factor for the quality of the life of an individual as well as the quality of the growth of an economy. Ever since independence, however, the focus of educational programmes in India was concentrated on elementary education. As the constitutional commitment is free and compulsory education to all children up to the age fourteen, all efforts were focused on achieving the goal of universal elementary education. Apart from elementary education, Secondary education had also been in the focus and all the activities were concentrated equally on both. Elementary education lays educational foundation in an individual and basic skills but the changing technology all over the world demands the education levels beyond the present system.

education

Vision, Aims and Objectives :

The last two decades the District has witnessed remarkable progress in terms of increase in enrolment primary & secondary schools in the district and the recruitment of new teachers to improve both the quality and access in education in the district.

  1. Vision :
  2. Provision of free access to good quality secondary education to all children in the age group 6 - 15 years irrespective of gender, creed, religious denomination, physical and mental disabilities and social and economic status so as to enable them to progress towards becoming socially and economically active citizens capable of contributing positively to their own holistic development and that of the state and country as a whole.

  3. Goals :
    • Provision of a schools within reasonable distance of any habitation with a maximum distance of 3-5 kilometres. If required residential schools shall be opened for girls, socially and economically weaker sections, religious minorities and sparsely populated regions.

    • Ensure universal access and thereby universalisation of Education in the district where the district will reach GER of 100%.

    • Improve the quality of education being provided in all schools.

  4. Objectives :
    1. To ensure that all schools have physical facilities, staff and supplies according to the standards prescribed in the department norms with special emphasis on achieving and sustaining ratio’s as per RTE and RMSA norms and fully equipped laboratories, computer rooms and libraries.
    2. To provide full financial support in case of Government, Local Body and Government aided schools and also encourage public private partnership of various kinds and extent with NGOs and private providers of education.
    3. To ensure that no child is deprived of education of satisfactory quality due to poverty, gender, socio-economic, disability and other barriers.
    4. To improve quality of education through appropriate curriculum development, learning methodology and teachers' training.

Approach and Strategy for Secondary Stage :

In the context of the Universalisation of Education (USE), large-scale inputs in terms of additional schools, additional classrooms, teachers and other facilities need to be provided to meet the challenge of numbers, credibility and quality. It, inter-alia, requires assessment and provision of educational needs, physical infrastructure, human resources, academic inputs and effective monitoring of implementation of the programmes.

  1. Well-qualified trained teachers and optimal pupil-teacher ratios;
  2. A common curriculum framework with a core component with comparable syllabi applicable to all schools, but adequate flexibility in relation to textbooks, teaching aids, teaching-learning process, evaluation parameters, etc;
  3. A pedagogy which is holistic and child-friendly and which has a liberating influence and which provides appropriate knowledge and skill to the students to realize their potential and contribute to livelihoods and employability.
  4. A decentralized school management with adequate autonomy and representation of parents and
  5. A common language policy.

Access :

Universal access to quality secondary education in district will be achieved by:

  • Expansion of existing Schools by building extra classrooms and other facilities.
  • Upgradation of Upper Primary Schools based on micro planning exercise with all necessary infrastructure facilities and teachers.
  • A school mapping exercise to be conducted and the data digitised onto a real time GIS framework.
  • Enhanced U-DISE to monitor and locate the flow of students into and through school.
  • Increasing the number of teachers to achieve a pupil teacher ratio as per norm.
  • Opening of new Schools in underserved areas based on the above school mapping exercise. These buildings will have mandatory water harvesting systems and will be barrier free.
  • Applying norms of provision including minimum school size to expanded capacity
  • Special provision for girls, SCs STs and other under-enrolled groups

Quality :

The quality of education will be achieved by:

  • Providing required infrastructure like, Black Board, furniture, Libraries, Science & Mathematics laboratories, Computer rooms, toilet clusters separately for boys, girls and staff and facilities for extra-curricular activities.
  • Appointment of additional teachers and in-service training of teachers
  • Bridge courses for enhancing learning ability for out of school children.
  • Reviewing curriculum to meet the National Curriculum Framework 2005 norms (NCERT, 2005) and ensuring that the syllabi and pedagogy are designed to derive maximum educational advantages from the presence of and provide the fullest opportunity for socialisation to the children coming from a variety of socio-economic, cultural and other backgrounds, including the dalits, tribals, religious and linguistic minorities and physically and mentally challenged children.
  • Residential accommodation for teachers, especially female teachers, in rural and difficult hilly areas.

Equity:

The following measures will be adopted to ensure equity in education in the state –

  • Free lodging and boarding facilities for students belonging to SC, ST, OBC and minority communities and girls as appropriate for their safety.
  • Hostels and residential schools, cash incentives, uniforms, books, cycles and separate toilets for girls.
  • Providing adequate scholarships to meritorious students coming from under privileged social and economic backgrounds at the secondary level.
  • Special efforts will be made to provide all necessary facilities for the differently abled children in all the schools.
  • Systems will be put in place for proper assessment and monitoring of learning

Institutional Reforms & Strengthening of Resource Institutions:

Institutional reforms in the delivery and management of education are necessary for its improvement. The institutional reforms to be undertaken are –

  • Improvement in schools’ performance by decentralizing their management and accountability and the inclusion of parents representatives in management bodies.
  • Adoption of a rational policy of teacher recruitment, deployment, training, remuneration and career advancement;
  • Undertaking of reforms in educational administration including modernization, e-governance, delegation of authority and de-centralization;
  • Provision of necessary professional and academic inputs in the education system at all levels from the school level upwards
  • Streamlining financial procedures and audit systems for ensuring speedy flow of funds and their optimal utilization.
  • Involvement of Panchayat Raj and Municipal Bodies, Community, Teachers, Parents and other stakeholders in the management of Education, through bodies like School Management Committees and Parent – Teacher Associations should be ensured in planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation.

ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE :

Education Organisation

District administrative setup with SDMC s, CRCs and BRCs
Sl.No Name of Block No. of Educational
Blocks(if any)
No. of BRPs No. of BRC/UBRC CRC SDMCs No. of
Villages/wards*
No. Habitation No. of Panchayaths
1 Dharwad 5 1 16 166 116 137 37+2
2 Dharwad City 1 10 65 22 22 3
3 Hubli 5 1 12 116 61 48 19
4 Hubli City 1 5 1 12 88 45 45 9
5 Kalaghatgi 5 1 12 123 47 116 27+2
6 Kundgol 5 1 12 102 56 74 22+1
7 Navalgund 5 1 12 109 60 100 22+2
Total 2 30 6 84 769 407 542 146

Schemes :

Infrastructure and other facilities under State sector:

Civil Works :

The following table shows the civil works under State Sector.


Various Civil Works taken up under state sector
Sl. No Name of Block Addln
Rooms
Repairs Rain Harvesting Addln. Toilet Compound
2005 - 06
1 Dharwad 4 11 22
2 Hubli 8 5 24 3
3 HDMC 10 1
4 Kalaghatgi 11 1
5 Kundgol 7 8 30 1
6 Navalgund 10 10 31 1
Total 34 55 130 7
2006 - 07
1 Dharwad 10 24 18
2 Hubli 5 16 15
3 HDMC 4
4 Kalaghatgi 14 35 22
5 Kundgol 7 48 20
6 Navalgund 3 69 20
Total 43 192 95
2007 - 08
1 Dharwad 7 6 9
2 Hubli 5 3 4
3 HDMC 12 13 9
4 Kalaghatgi 13 8 7
5 Kundgol 12
6 Navalgund 17 6 6
Total 66 23 12

Under state sector few schools are having additional classroom facilities. While providing additional classroom care is taken so that there is no duplication of the facility as SSA is also providing additional classrooms.

Water is becoming scarce resource now a day due to wastage of water. To preserve water rain harvesting is must. It is also suggested this provision to be available under SSA.

Apart from this, under PLP scheme 35 High school additional classroom, 100 Primary additional classroom, 70 water facility, 110 schools with 2toilet and 4 urinals facility, compound facility is proposed based on population and decadal growth for five years.

Under “Suvarna Jal” scheme 47 lakhs proposal is there to provide rain harvesting facility.


Additions & Alterations of Primary School Rooms under TP Head:

For the year 2007-08 Rs. 12 lacks sanctioned for the purpose of Primary School rooms Additions & Alterations. As the amount is released to TP directly. BEO’s are fully authorized to utilize the amount on needy bases. Totally 120 school rooms are repaired.

Drinking Water & Total Sanitary Scheme provides facilities under “Panch Soulabhya” State sector scheme:

To improve the Drinking water & Sanitation facilities under urban areas of the District Rs. 56 lacks released under State sector. The amount is released to SDMC’s. These are the full authorities for the utilization. The details are as follows.

Drinking water & Sanitation Facility under State sector for 2007-08
Sl.No Name of Block Toilets Drinking Water
Phy Fin Phy Fin
1 Dharwad 9 7.360 6 3.470
2 Hubli 4 2.105 3 2.100
3 HDMC 9 11.550 13 9.100
4 Kalaghatagi 7 5.530 8 5.600
5 Kundgol
6 Navalgund 6 4.740 6 4.200
Total 35 31.285 36 24.470

Drinking water & Sanitation Facility under State sector for 2008-09
Sl.No. Name of Block Primary School
Water Toilet Furniture Total
Phy Fin Phy Fin Phy Fin Phy Fin
1 Dharwad 3 2.100 6 9.180 1000 6.00 1009 17.28
2 Hubli 2 1.400 4 6.120 945 5.67 951 13.19
3 HDMC 7 4.900 6 9.180 950 5.70 963 19.78
4 Kalaghatagi 0 0.000 0 0.000 1010 6.06 1010 6.60
5 Kundagol 2 1.400 1 1.530 882 5.29 885 8.22
6 Navalgund 0 0.000 0 0.000 985 5.91 985 5.91
Total 14 9.800 17 26.010 5772 34.63 5803 70.44

Department of Labour :

The process of opening of special schools so called “Asha Kiran” in Dharwad district actually started in November 1999 with the opening of four special schools on 14-11-1999 on experimental basis which provided to be successful. In our Dharwad district there 25 such special schools have been started. Year wise enrollment of students is as follows:

  • Year wise enrollment of students in NCLP schools :

  • Year wise enrollment in NCLP schools
    Year Boys Girls Total
    2005-06 467 572 1039
    2006-07 511 454 965
    2007-08 100 106 206
    2008-09 70 50 120
    Total 978 1026 2004

    After completion of 3 years of special schooling children should be mainstreamed to formed schools. The year wise mainstreamed students are as below:

  • Mainstreamed of Children from special schools :

  • Mainstreamed of Children from special schools
    Year Boys Girls Total
    2005-06 118 95 213
    2006-07 116 90 206
    2007-08 100 106 206
    2008-09 70 50 120
    Total 234 185 419

Residential Schools and Hostels :

Apart from Government HPS, in the district, the exist Mooraji Desai Schools, Central Schools, Navodaya Vidyalaya, Rashtrothan Vidyalaya and the ones run by Railway Department. Of late, the B D Jatti Hindi Prachar Sabha Society in Dharwad has started primary school through Hindi Medium. However as a normal feature in the district in general, and Hubli and Dharwad cities in particular private English medium schools have come up like mushrooms.

Mid Day Meals Scheme :

During the academic year 2002-03, the State Government has implemented ‘Akshara Dasoha’ – a mid-day meal scheme with the help of Central Government food grain supply. For this purpose, each kitchen centre will have to have a well-equipped kitchen to prepare food for children. ISCKON the biggest kitchen in Asia providing Mid Day Meals major part of the District.

Totally 774 govt. & in all aided schools Mid Day meal centers are running. These centers are covering 90550 children of standard 1 to 5th and 39056 children of the standard 6 to 7th.

This programme enabled the children to remain in the schools till the completion of school hours the ruby saving the time of children during the lunch-break. Especially for the children from the poor and middle class families, it was helpful as they were being provided with free food in the school itself. In our district ISCKON and Adamya Chetana NGO’s are providing mid day meals to the schools as voluntary work.

In addition to this, Vitamin A tablets, Iron Tablets, etc., are also given for children to help maintain their health, Albendazol, Folicacid

Scholarships :

Merit scholarship is given every year to those who get higher grade in primary schools. Attendance scholarship and fee reimbursement is given to girls every year for attending to schools regularly.

Incentives :

The Govt and other Govt Departments are giving no. of incentives for socially and economically backward children who are studying in schools. The details are given below :

SI.No
Name of the Block
No Of Beneficiaries
Free Text Books
Free Uniforms
free School Bags
Free Note Books

Fee Reimbursement

1
Dharwad
35304 35304 4359 6269 8169
2
HDMC
43453 43453 4984 7201 10953
3
Hubli
25634 25634 2993 4419 5805
4
Kalaghatgi
21491 21491 2798 4108 4862
5
Kundgol
20232 20232 2417 3657 4908
6
Navalgund
22464 22464 2416 3711 5510
 
Total
168578 168578 19967 29365 40207

These incentive schemes encouraging for poor and deprived children. Apart from the govt. many NGO’s also involved and providing these kind of facilities to some selected schools. Viz Sudha Murthy foundation, Akshara foundation, Agasthya Foundation, Deshpande Foundation and local donors.

Free Text Books :

Free text books for children of class 1-10 Standard of all government primary schools have been supplied. All girls and SC/ST boys studying in 8 to 10th standards in government schools were also supplied free text books through SDMC. Free text books have been supplied for Kannada, Urdu, Marathi and Telugu medium. In all, every child has received books before commencing academic year.

Free Uniforms :

Free uniforms were supplied to all children of classes I - X in govt. primary schools. In addition all girls studying in 8th to 10th standards in govt. schools have also been also supplied with free uniforms through SDMC.

Free School Bags :

Free school bags were distributed to SC/ST girls studying in 1 to 5th standard in government schools.

Free Note Books :

Free Note Books were provided to SC/ST boys and girls studying in 1 to 10th standards of government schools.

Fee Reimbursement :

Arrangement is made for fee reimbursement for 5th to 10th standard all girls and SC/ST boys of 5th and 10th standards in government schools.

Sports and other activities :

Sports are taking place regularly at school, clusters, block, district, state level regularly. Recently National level Kabbaddi Championship was held in Annigeri Tq: Navalgund Dharwad district and Karnataka team won the prize. In individual events also some of the children of our district are participated state and National level.

Computer Quiz and Internet :

Every year department is conducting computer quiz competition for HPS students in association with TCS Bangalore and Science and Information Department with taking help of some near by engineering college like SDM, BVB etc.

Providing Vehicles, meals and residence were arrange to these children’s and the students were participated very intensively and politely.

SSA (SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAAN): www.ssakarnataka.gov.in Centrally sponsored scheme for elementary Education

RMSA (Rashtriya madhyamika Shiksha Abhiyaan): www.ssakarnataka.gov.in Centrally sponsored scheme for secondary Education

STATISTICS :

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Density of Population :
SI.No
Name of the Block
1991
2001
2011
1
Dahrwad
187 219 253
2
HDMC
1029 1578 1821
3
Hubli
178 207 239
4
Kalaghatgi
177 201 232
5
Kundgol
212 242 279
6
Navalgund
149 163 188
Total 322 376 434
yearwise density
SC/ST Population [Male and Female] :
SC Population
ST Population
Name of the Block
Total Population
Total SC
% of SC Population to total population
Male
Female
Total ST
% of ST Population to total population
Male
Female
Dharwad
252094 15050 5.97 7583 7467 16033 6.36 8196 7837
HDMC
905162 77210 8.53 39271 37939 27698 3.06 14165 13533
Hubli
147802 10479 7.09 5273 5206 7124 4.82 3708 3416
Kalaghatgi
157739 17036 10.8 8637 8399 8376 5.31 4439 3937
Kundgol
180814 15460 8.55 7926 7534 11789 6.52 6040 5749
Navalgund
203382 16677 8.2 8443 8234 10047 4.94 5151 4896
Total
1846993 151912 8.22 77133 74779 81067 4.39 41699 39368

On an average SC population is about 8.23% and ST population is 4.39% in this district.

Literacy Scenario :
Literacy Rates :
Comparative Analysis of Literacy Rates:
YEAR
Sex
India
Karnataka
Dharwad
BLOCK WISE LITERACY
DWD
DWDCity
HBL
HBL City
KAL
KUN
NAV
1991 All 52.1 56.04 62.73 46.9   55.1 74.86 44 55.9 56.6
M 64.1 67.26 74.22 60.2   69.9 83.21 56.5 70.5 72.9
F 39.3 44.34 50.4 33   39.3 65.82 30.5 40.3 39.5
2001 ALL 65.4 67.04 71.87 59.3   63.9 81.8 58.3 65.4 64.1
M 75.9 76.29 81.04 70.6   75.9 88.06 69.5 78.1 77.2
F 54.5 57.45 62.2 47.4   51.1 75.21 46.4 51.9 50.3
2011 ALL 74 75.6 80.3 65.9 91.65 70.9 91.65 64.7 72.6 71.1
M 82.1 82.85 86.83. 75.6 94.35 81.3 94.35 74.4 83.7 82.8
F 65.5 68.13 73.57 56.1 88.96 60.5 88.96 54.9 61.4 59.5

Year wise Comparison of Literacy Rates:

comparision

Comparison of Literacy rates by type residence :

Comparison of Literacy Rates by type of residence:
SI.NO
Unit
Gender
Total
Rural
Urban
Total
Rural
Urban
Total
Rural
Urban
1
INDIA
Persons 64.8 58.74 79.92 74 68.91 84.98 9.21 10.17 5.06
2
KARNATAKA
66.6 59.33 80.58 75.6 68.86 86.21 8.96 9.53 5.63
3
DHARWAD
71.6 60.77 80.31 80.3 72.21 86.34 8.69 11.44 6.03
4
INDIA
Male 75.3 70.7 86.27 82.1 78.57 89.67 6.88 7.87 3.4
5
KARNATAKA
76.1 70.45 86.66 82.9 77.92 90.54 6.75 7.47 3.88
6
DHARWAD
80.8 73.13 87 86.8 81.33 91.01 6.01 8.2 4.01
7
INDIA
Female 53.7 46.13 72.86 65.5 58.75 79.92 11.8 12.62 7.06
8
KARNATAKA
56.9 48.01 74.12 68.1 59.6 81.71 11.3 11.59 7.59
9
INDIA
61.9 47.7 73.28 73.6 62.59 81.6 11.7 14.89 8.32

Educational facilities at all levels :

Facility

Elementary Education:

Total elementary schools:

SI.NO
Block Name
Government Schools
AIDED
UNAIDED
CENTRAL
TOTAL
DOE
SW
LB
Total
Primary
1

Dharwad

57 0 0 57 3 15 0 75
2
Dahrwad City
17 1 1 19 4 16 0 39
3
Hubli
38 0 0 38 0 16 0 54
4
Hubli city
17 0 0 17 1 33 0 51
5
Kalaghatgi
40 0 0 40 0 6 1 47
6
Kundgol
32 0 0 32 0 8 0 40
7
Navalgund
26 0 0 26 0 8 0 34
Total 227 1 1 229 8 102 1 340
Upper Primary
1

Dharwad

109 1 0 110 5 5 1 121
2
Dahrwad City
48 0 2 50 30 34 1 115
3
Hubli
78 1 0 79 6 21 0 106
4
Hubli city
71 1 0 72 28 91 3 194
5
Kalaghatgi
83 2 0 85 3 5 0 93
6
Kundgol
70 3 0 73 4 7 0 84
7
Navalgund
83 2 0 85 6 11 0 102
Total 542 10 2 554 82 174 5 815
Elementary
1

Dharwad

166 1 0 167 8 20 1 196
2
Dahrwad City
65 1 3 69 34 50 1 154
3
Hubli
116 1 0 117 6 37 0 160
4
Hubli city
88 1 0 89 29 124 3 245
5
Kalaghatgi
123 2 0 125 3 11 1 140
6
Kundgol
102 3 0 105 4 15 0 124
7
Navalgund
109 2 0 111 6 19 0 136
Total 769 11 3 783 90 276 6 1155

High Schools :

In this district before the implementation of DPEP & SSA the high schools (higher secondary schools) were having the standards from 8 to 10th. The block wise scenario of number of high schools is provided in the table no.7.

SI.NO
Block Name
Government Schools
AIDED
UNAIDED
CENTRAL
TOTAL
DOE
SW
LB
Total
Secondary School
1 Dharwad 18 1 0 19 14 5 1 39
2 Dharwad City 7 0 2 9 28 23 1 61
3 Hubli 13 1 0 14 13 19 0 46
4 Hubli City 9 2 2 13 37 70 2 122
5 Kalaghatgi 19 2 0 21 10 4 0 35
6 Kundgol 18 3 0 21 9 3 0 33
7 Navalgund 17 2 0 19 14 9 0 42
  Total 101 11 4 116 125 133 4 378

Schools with Infrastructure as per RTE :

Infrastructure Building & Class Room :

SI.No
Block
No of Schools
Building Status
Class Rooms Condition
Other Rooms Condition
Private
Rented
Govt
Rent Free
No Building
Dilapidated
Under Construction
Good
Need Major Repair
Need minor Repair
Total Class Rooms
Good
Need Major Repair
Need Minor Repair
Total Class Rooms
Primary
1
Dharwad
57 0 0 57 0 0 0 0 119 4 32 159 61 3 9 74
2
Dharwd City
17 0 1 12 4 0 0 0 34 1 8 47 7 0 0 0
3
Hubli
38 0 0 36 2 0 0 0 92 8 27 127 30 2 9 42
4
Hubli City
17 0 1 13 3 0 0 0 49 2 8 61 17 0 0 17
5
Kalaghatgi
40 0 0 40 0 0 0 0 98 3 19 128 34 2 2 42
6
Kundgol
32 1 0 30 1 0 0 0 77 5 19 108 19 7 7 36
7
Navalgund
26 0 0 23 3 0 0 0 57 1 26 87 15 2 5 24
 
Total
227 1 1 211 13 0 0 0 562 24 139 717 180 16 32 242
Upper Primary
1
Dharwad
109 0 0 108 1 0 0 0 685 75 188 1002 118 23 24 173
2
Dharwad City
48 0 4 44 0 0 0 0 371 45 52 491 51 18 5 77
3
Hubli
78 0 0 78 0 0 0 0 389 86 101 685 90 17 23 166
4
Hubli City
71 0 12 59 0 0 0 0 610 34 51 713 119 19 14 167
5
Kalaghatgi
83 0 0 82 1 0 0 0 429 51 102 654 73 21 33 129
6
Kundgol
70 0 0 70 0 0 0 0 397 48 77 597 86 12 18 136
7
Navalgund
83 0 0 83 0 0 0 0 424 67 206 733 67 28 47 159
  Total 542 0 16 524 2 0 0 0 3305 406 777 4875 604 138 164 1007
Elementary
1
Dharwad
166 0 0 165 1 0 0 0 804 79 220 1161 179 26 33 247
2
Dharwad City
65 0 5 56 4 0 0 0 405 46 60 538 58 18 5 84
3
Hubli
116 0 0 114 2 0 0 0 481 94 128 812 120 19 32 208
4
Hubli City
88 0 13 72 3 0 0 0 659 36 59 774 136 19 14 184
5
Kalaghatgi
123 0 0 122 1 0 0 0 527 54 121 782 107 23 35 171
6
Kundgol
102 1 0 100 1 0 0 0 474 53 96 705 102 19 25 172
7
Navalgund
109 0 0 106 3 0 0 0 481 68 232 820 82 30 52 183
  Total 769 1 18 735 15 0 0 0 3831 430 916 5592 784 154 196 1249

Basic Facilities in Primary schools of Education Department

SI.No
Category
No of Schools
Common Toilet
Girls Toilet
Boys toilet
Electricity
Play Ground
Ramps
libary
Compound
Drinking Water
Y N Y N Y N Y N Y N Y N Y N Y N Y N
Primary
1
DHARWAD
57 13 44 56 0 56 0 57 0 29 28 57 0 57 0 28 29 57 0
2
DHARWAD CITY
17 0 17 16 0 15 1 13 4 6 11 14 3 17 0 6 11 17 0
3
HUBLI
38 27 11 38 0 38 0 31 7 21 17 37 1 38 0 22 16 38 0
4
HUBLI CITY
17 1 16 17 0 16 1 14 3 4 13 12 5 17 0 5 12 17 0
5
KALAGHATGI
40 23 17 39 0 37 0 40 0 24 16 40 0 40 0 29 11 40 0
6
KUNDGOL
32 21 11 31 0 30 2 31 1 18 14 31 1 32 0 21 11 32 0
7
NAVALGUND
26 3 23 26 0 26 0 21 5 14 12 23 3 26 0 11 15 26 0
 
District
227 88 139 223 0 218 4 207 20 116 111 214 13 227 0 122 105 227 0
Upper Primary
1
DHARWAD
109 18 90 83 4 82 6 109 0 92 17 108 1 109 0 100 9 109 0
2
DHARWAD CITY
48 1 43 39 0 41 2 46 2 29 19 45 3 48 0 27 21 48 0
3
HUBLI
78 40 35 59 8 59 8 78 0 53 25 78 0 78 0 66 12 78 0
4
HUBLI CITY
71 6 61 47 9 51 11 68 3 37 34 65 6 71 0 35 36 71 0
5
KALAGHATGI
83 40 42 66 4 69 6 83 0 58 25 82 1 82 1 59 24 83 0
6
KUNDGOL
70 28 42 53 8 50 9 68 2 48 22 70 0 70 0 49 21 70 0
7
NAVALGUND
83 11 71 63 8 66 8 82 1 70 13 83 0 83 0 69 14 83 0
 
District
542 144 384 410 41 418 50 534 8 387 155 513 11 541 1 405 137 542 0
Elementry
1
DHARWAD
166 31 134 139 4 138 6 166 0 121 45 165 1 166 0 128 38 166 0
2
DHARWAD CITY
65 1 60 55 0 56 3 59 6 35 30 59 6 65 0 33 32 65 0
3
HUBLI
116 67 46 97 8 97 8 109 7 74 42 115 1 116 0 88 28 116 0
4
HUBLI CITY
88 7 77 64 9 67 12 82 6 41 47 77 11 88 0 40 48 88 0
5
KALAGHATGI
123 63 59 105 4 106 6 123 0 82 41 122 1 122 1 88 35 123 0
6
KUNDGOL
102 49 53 84 8 80 11 99 3 66 36 101 1 102 0 70 32 102 0
7
NAVALGUND
106 14 94 89 8 92 8 103 6 84 25 106 3 109 0 80 29 109 0
 
District
769 232 523 633 41 636 54 741 28 503 266 745 24 768 1 527 242 769 0

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