AISHE report:The registration of young ladies in engineering programmes is significantly low when contrasted with their male colleague.
In the scholastic year 2020-21, 55,48,809 understudies signed up for science courses at undergrad, post-graduate, PhD and MPhil and girls (53.1 percent) outshine boys, All India Survey on Higher Education (AISHE) report disclose.
According to the report, in 2020-21, 48,17,826 understudies signed up for science undergraduate courses and 52 percent were female. A sum of 6,79,178 understudies signed up for science post-graduate courses, out of which 61.3 percent were females. In PG, the topmost registration was in Chemistry with 1,53,635 understudies, out of which 52.3 percent were females alongwith maths with a total registration of 1,04,269 with 60 percent females.
In PhD, registration in science was 48,600 understudies with 48.8 percent females. Inside science, the topmost registration was in Chemistry with 9,863 understudies, out of which 44.9 percent are females, alongwith Physics, with a total registration of 7,720.
According to AISHE 2019-20 report, in that year 47.55 lakh understudies had selected science courses out of which 51.7 percent were female. This number has just raised by 0.3 percent in the ongoing report.
The registration of young ladies in engineering programmes is significantly low when contrasted with their male colleague. Generally in UG, PG, PhD and MPhil engineering programmes, the complete registration is 36,86,291 out of which 71 percent of enlisted understudies were boys and 29 percent were girls.