Chandigarh bagged the top position in Performance Grading Index
Chandigarh: With 841 points out of whole 1,000, Chandigarh bagged the top position amongst all states in the performance Grading Index (PGI) for school education (2017-18) all set with the aid of the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD).
Kerala and Gujarat with 826 and 808 points, are on second and third position respectively, in the grading index.
Of 5 domains enlisted beneath the Performance Grading Record (PGI), Chandigarh was competent to maintain its position amongst prime slots in three domains. The town used to be ranked 2nd with 160 facets out of 180 after Rajasthan (168 facets) in the learning outcomes and quality domain. In the ‘governance processes’ it is on 2nd position with 260 points out of 360.
Outdone by means of 5 states, the state lagged at the back of in the ‘access domain’, which offers with parameters such as retention price, transition cost and mainstreaming of dropouts. Out of whole 80 points, the UT scored 75 points. Tamil Nadu stood first with 79 points.
With 133 points, Chandigarh stood third in infrastructure and facilities, preceded with the aid of Goa (138 points) and Punjab (139 points).