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18% more women in higher education in 5 years

Even though the share of female students is lowest in institutes of national importance, there has been an overall increase of over 18% in female enrolment in higher education from 2015-16 to 2019-20.Even though the share of female students is lowest in institutes of national importance, there has been an overall increase of over 18% in female enrolment in higher education from 2015-16 to 2019-20.Read MoreLatest Education news – Board Exam Results, Admit Cards, Exam Paper Analysis and Question Papers | Times of India

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