Literacy Rate in Myanmar 2015Alphabetisation rate in Myanmar 2015
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Total adult literacy rate for Myanmar | FRED
Literacy rate adults (15+) (%). Whole is the percent of the people over 15 who can make a brief, easy message about their daily lives with comprehension, reading and writing. In general, literacy also includes calculating, the capability to perform basic arithmetical computations. The number of literati 15 years and older is divided by the corresponding target group and the score is multiplied by 100.
Alphabetisation rate - Adults in Myanmar (% of persons aged 15 and over)
The literacy rate for adults (% of the population aged 15 and over) in Myanmar was 75.55% in 2016, according to the World Bank's compilation of World Bank trend indices assembled from official resources. This enables customers to access tens of thousands of historical information, access our real-time business calendars, sign up for newsletters, and get currency, commodity, equity and bond prices.
Literacy rate is the rate of literacy of people aged 15 years and over who can make a brief, easy message about their daily lives through comprehension, reading and writing.
Alphabetization rates / countries of the world
Alphabetization has no universally accepted definition or standard. The majority of prizes are rooted in the capacity to literate at a certain stage of life. While literacy information is not a good indicator of learning outcomes, it is probably the most readily available and internationally comparable. Poor literacy and literacy skills and literacy training in general can hinder a country's economy in a fast-moving, technology-driven environment.
Telenor Myanmar | Digital Expertise
LirneAsia's 2015 nationwide poll on the use of wireless information in Myanmar shows that the use of wireless web and wireless web-based ( "or data") solutions is low in Myanmar. At the moment, 34% of cell network users use at least one wireless network access point (Internet via a web or app, which includes online shopping, call and instant messaging etc.) on their cell phones, even though 66% already have a smartcard, which has a higher rate of access than their neighbors.
Use was restricted to a few applications; more than half of these subscribers used only one to three kinds of information technology only. With Myanmar entering the era of smart phones, it is obvious that the vast majority of Myanmar smart phone use does not see the full impact of their smart phones on the promotion of economical, societal, political and ecological developments.
Lighthouse launched the Lighthouse Digitally Literacy Program to implement Telenor's "Internet for All" program. Adjusted to Myanmar's one-of-a-kind smart-phone leap in adoption, but with a delay in the field of eLearning, the goals of the program are: