About Unified District Information System for Education UDISE

by Aaden Jones Aaden Jones

The Unified District Information System for Education UDISE was introduced in 2012-13. It is one of the most comprehensive School Education Management Information Systems available. It has around 15 lakh schools and more than 26.4 crore students. This technology required data to be filled out on paper before being manually fed into the computer. However, this strategy is prone to errors and misuse.

In 1995, NIEPA began work on developing a school-based data system with financial assistance from UNICEF. The district was chosen as a node point for data collection, computerization, analysis, and application at the school level, in keeping with the spirit of DPEP. The idea was then taken up at the state and national levels. District operations are coordinated by EMIS cells at the state level.

In addition to the DISE, several new processes for data validation and quality control of school statistics were implemented. First, a 5-10% validation check is performed immediately after data collection in all districts. Second, the software has a plethora of consistency and validation checks. Third, every 2-3 years, a national poll is undertaken to assess the quality and reliability of DISE data. The second post-enumeration validation survey is now underway. Fourth, the data flow in reverse has been strengthened to ensure transparency and data distribution up to the school level. These types of validation techniques and data transparency have resulted in a significant improvement in data collection and reporting quality.

Unified District Information System for Education UDISE+ is an enhanced version of UDISE that collects data from schools online and in real time. Its purpose is to address faults with the UDISE system, such as data inaccuracies and delays. In 2018-19, the Department of School Education and Literacy created UDISE+. Data capture, data mapping, and data verification have all been improved in the UDISE+ system.

Unified District Information System for Education Plus (UDISE+) is one of the largest Management Information Systems launched by the Ministry of Education's Department of School Education and Literacy, involving more than 14.89 lac schools, 95 lac instructors, and 26.5 crore children.

Since 2018-19, the entire system has been operational and collecting data in real time. UDISE+ has a mandate of collecting information from all recognized schools imparting formal education from Pre-primary to class XII. Information collected through the digital platform, UDISE+ is utilized for planning, optimizing resource allocation and implementing various education-related programs and assessing progress. Unified District Information System for Education UDISE+ provides a platform to organize and classify all school data across the country and build a credible database of school data. It monitors, measures, and tracks key performance indicators related to school performance. Consider visiting our site for additional information.

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