How to fix ‘stagnant’ high school graduation rates

Gojan Educational Institutions, the educational organization founded by former Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, has released a report that found that only about half of the high school graduates in India’s states are doing well on their exam results.

“The average performance on the national high school exam has remained stagnant for years, and the state governments and central governments have been unable to do anything about it,” the report states.

“There is a significant lack of investment and infrastructure in education in India,” said R. S. Gojan, the former chairman of the Gojan Education Dynamics Institute and a professor of education and education policy at the Jawaharlal Nehru University.

The government, which is trying to attract private investment to create more jobs and improve the quality of education, has made it difficult for private institutions to invest in education, the report said.

Government sources said that the government is working on a new initiative to help private educational institutions invest in educational infrastructure.

“We are looking at all possible avenues,” a government official said.

The education ministry had launched the Bharat Baniyas programme in 2015 to incentivise private education institutions to build schools in rural areas.

However, there is no clear national strategy on the issue.

The Gojan report is based on data provided by a group of private education institutes and educational institutions.

The research group, which had previously released reports on India’s high schools, has now released a study that says there are about 7.5 million students in state-run schools and nearly 300,000 private schools.

This number includes only a fraction of the state-operated schools.

There are about 10.4 million students attending state-administered schools and about 4.2 million private schools, according to the report.

The government has estimated that there are around 1.5 lakh students enrolled in private schools in the country.

The number of students enrolled at state-owned schools is about 1.4 lakh.

The report said the gap in high school completion rates between the two groups is huge.

Of the 6.5 crore students who went to school in 2012-13, about 2.3 crore did not complete their secondary and secondary-level education.

In terms of secondary and tertiary school completion, the figure is about one-third of the total number of schools, which include all private schools and state-controlled ones.

The state-governed schools account for about 1 in 5 of all schools, while private schools account.

According to the study, only about 40 percent of the students enrolled are going to secondary and lower secondary schools, with only 12 percent going to university.

There is no official data on the number of state-government schools, but the government has said it is considering the matter.

“The government is in touch with the private educational institutes to find out how to improve their performance and the performance of the private schools,” a senior government official told the Indian Express.