Education, which produces human capital for a nation, is a crucial step in overcoming poverty and raising the standard of living. In India, however, there is a marked deference between the enrollment rates between males and females. Although government has worked hard to overcome the gender gap in the formal educational system, there is still much work to be done. There are many barriers to female education, “yet educating girls proves to be the most cost-e???ective measure a developing country can take to improve its standard of living.”  Educating females has been shown to reduce fertility rates of females and to de- lay when they begin childbearing. In addition, more educated females seek earlier prenatal care when they are pregnant, which lowers maternal mortality. The economic bene???ts of educating girls are enormous. Without education, half of the population’s labor and intellect remains un- tapped and thus, the country is only making half of the GDP that it could be. Studies have shown that when females earn money



About us

DIET is the most significant educational intervention in the country, while the NCERT came up in the 1960???s and the state councils of education research and training came up in 1970???s.


???The mission of the DIETs is to provide academic and resource support to the grass root level for the success of the various strategies and programme being undertaken in the areas of elementary & adult education.

Our Objectives

???The Aim of Education is the knowledge not of facts but of values.??? In the heart of dedicated professionals is the belief that the primary goal of education is student achievement.

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