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Education: The government in Education Sector aims at “universalization of education” and bringing world class opportunities of higher education and research to the country so that Indian students are not finding lacking when facing an international platform.


Nodal Ministry/Department: Department of School Education and Literacy; and Department of Higher Education

DMEO Nodal:

  1. For School Education and Literacy - Sushma S, Monitoring and Evaluation Lead- s[dot]sushma[at]govcontractor[dot]in
  2. For Higher Education - Maitreyee, Young Professional - maitreyee[dot]purohit[at]govcontractor[dot]in


School Education and Literacy - Key indicators:

I. Access to education

1. Net enrollment ratio (%)

2. Student attendance rate (%)

3. Pre-primary enrollment rate (%)

4. Dropout rate (I-X) (%)

II. Enabler - Teacher vacancy & allocation

5. Teacher vacancies

6. Teacher attendance (%)

7. Teacher training

III. Vocationalization

8. Vocational enrollment (Grade IX-XII) (%)

9. No. of job roles taught (%)

Sector information and progress can be viewed here: For School Education and Literacy-


Higher Education - Key indicators:

I. Quality

1. Accredited colleges (%)

2. Average graduation rate (%)

3. Average professional college placement rate (%)

II. Research

4. Research publications

5. PhDs awarded

For Higher Education -


Health: The government in Health Sector aims at ensuring availability of quality healthcare on equitable, accessible and affordable basis across regions and communities with special focus on under-served population and marginalized groups; and establishing comprehensive primary healthcare delivery system and well-functioning linkages with secondary and tertiary care health delivery system.


Nodal Ministry/Department: Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

DMEO Nodal: Sharlo Zack, Young Professional, sharlo[dot]zack[at]nic[dot]in


Key indicators:

I. Reproductive, infant and child health

1. Maternal mortality ratio

2. Infant mortality rate

3. Neonatal mortality rate

II. Non communicable diseases and others

4. Malaria cases

5. Kala Azar cases

III. Communicable diseases

6. HIV cases

7. TB cases

IV. Coverage for PMJAY

8. Enrolled families under PMJAY

Sector information and progress can be viewed here: