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share of enrolment of 12,436 students while Karamoja region recored the lowest of 768 (All in government institutions) students. All regions indicate government institutions having the highest population with only the north having a share less than 60%. 6.2.2 Student Enrolment by Year of Study Post Primary institutions run practical programs that run for a maximum of 3 years. The table below reveals the distribution of enrolment in post primary institutions by year of study; Table 6.4: Enrolment in by Year of Study Region Year1 (48%) Year2 (36%) Year3 (16%) Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total North 4,090 1,917 6,007 3,119 1,142 4,261 1,640 528 2,168 East 3,523 2,217 5,740 2,809 1,637 4,446 1,196 699 1,895 S. West 2,054 1,321 3,375 1,867 1,208 3,075 1,023 246 1,269 Central 2,093 941 3,034 1,519 636 2,155 953 500 1,453 West 1,184 893 2,077 776 420 1,196 168 48 216 N. East 421 142 563 151 54 205 - - - National 13,365 7,431 20,796 10,241 5,097 15,338 4,980 2,021 7,001 Findings summarised in table… indicate that the like in primary and secondary, the biggest share of enrolment is in the first year with a proportion of 48% to the entire enrolment and the last year with the lowest share of 16%. It further indicates how the girl child along the way drops out of the system with only 2,021 students in third year compared to the boys (4,980). For more details refer to table 6.4 above.
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78 EDUCATION STATISTICAL ABSTRACT 2011 80 6.3 Teachers in Post Primary Schools 6.3.1 Instructors by Highest Qualification There were a total of 2,128 (1,703 male and 425 female) Instructors in all post primary institutions. Government institutions took the lion share of these with 73.5% while only 26.5 were in private institutions. Note that to be an instructor in a post primary, you should have attained at least a Diploma (Grade V). Findings in the 2011 ASC realised the results in table 6.5 below; Table 6.5: Highest Qualification Attained by Instructors Qualification Overall (Gov't & Private) Government Proportion (All) Proportion (Govt) Male Female Total Male Female Total Post-Graduate 53 21 74 41 20 61 3.5% 3.9% Degree 364 119 483 312 104 416 22.7% 26.6% Diploma 583 118 701 430 86 516 32.9% 33.0% Grade V Diploma 128 33 161 102 29 131 7.6% 8.4% Certificate 459 97 556 314 49 363 26.1% 23.2% Other 116 37 153 58 19 77 7.2% 4.9% National 1,703 425 2,128 1,257 307 1,564 100.0% 100.0% The ASC 2011 revealed that out of the 2,128 instructor in all institutions, 59.1% had the required qualification while 40.9% needed further training. However, government institution recorded 63.5% of their instructors having the required qualifications. For details about instructors by qualification refer to table 6.5 above. 6.3.2 Teachers by Gender and Student Teacher Ratio Instructor Student Ration (ISR) is an indicator that explains the interaction level between the students and the instructors. The lower the ISR the better and for that reason the ASC 2011 results were used to track this and results are summarised in table 6.6 below; Table 6.6: Instructors and Students by Ownership and Region Region Students (Overall) Overall (Gov't & Private) Students (Gov't) Government Instructor Student Ratio (ISR) Male Female Total Male Female Total Overall Gov't Central 6,642 193 65 258 4,002 178 60 238 26 17 East 12,081 514 149 663 8,533 424 119 543 18 16 N. East 768 26 6 32 768 26 6 32 24 24 North 12,436 432 75 507 6,830 240 38 278 25 25 S. West 7,719 407 89 496 5,421 320 64 384 16 14 West 3,489 131 41 172 2,128 69 20 89 20 24 National 43,135 1,703 425 2,128 27,682 1,257 307 1,564 20 18
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