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Top 10 States having more higher percentage of male non-teaching staff than female in 2012-13

July 17, 2015

Higher education is of vital importance for the country, as it is a powerful tool to build knowledge-based society. Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) initiated an All India Survey on Higher Education (AISHE) to build a robust database and to assess the correct picture of higher Education in the country.

Non-teaching staff are staff other than Teaching staff engaged in Administrative, Secretarial, Laboratory, Library work etc. in the University/ Institution/ College in different Groups i.e. Group A, Group B, Group C and Group D as defined by Department of Personnel & Training.

According to All India Survey on Higher Education (AISHE) as on 2012-13; there were total of 846383 non-teaching staff in India. Out of which 613400 (72.5%) were male non-teaching staff and 232983 (27.5%) were female non-teaching staff.

In India, Top ten States/ UTs in terms of more higher percentage of male non-teaching staff were: Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttarakhand, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Assam, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Haryana i.e. where percentage of male non-teaching staff were more higher than percentage of female non-teaching staff.

Bihar had 77.1% more male non-teaching staff (21491) than female (2778). Jharkhand had 70.3% more male non-teaching staff (6372) than female (1110). Uttarakhand had 67.3% more male non-teaching staff (9809) than female (1915). Odisha had 67% more male non-teaching staff (20052) than female (3960). Uttar Pradesh had 66.3% more male non-teaching staff (63311) than female (12835). West Bengal had 65.2% more male non-teaching staff (27091) than female (5705). Assam had 63.9% more male non-teaching staff (9853) than female (2170). Rajasthan had 62.1% more male non-teaching staff (20386) than female (4760). Chhattisgarh had 59.1% more male non-teaching staff (9816) than female (2520). Haryana had 59% more male non-teaching staff (20403) than female (5255).

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Source: Ministry of Human Resource Development
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