Myanmar Literacy RateBurma Literacy Rate
Burma Adult Literacy Rate Population 15 years Gender Parity Index Gpi
The literacy rate among adults, populations 15 years and older, Myanmar's GPI (Gender Parity Index) was 0.89796 GPI in 2016, according to the World Bank's compilation of World Bank evolution 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.
Relation between the literacy rate for women and the literacy rate for men. This is computed by splitting the feminine value for the tracer by the masculine value for the tracer. One GPI equals 1 indicates equality between women and men. Generally, a value of less than 1 means an inequality in favour of men and a value of more than 1 means an inequality in favour of women.
Literacy and literacy in Myanmar (Burma)
Literacy rates range from less than 20 per cent of the general public to 83 per cent of the mature populations, according to who asks. The Myanmar administration, when trying to request the Least Development Country designation in the end of the 1980s, indicated that the literacy rate is less than one-fifth of the country community, but otherwise a literacy rate of 83 per cent of the mature community is reported.
Kids from 5 to 10 years must go to college and at this old it is free. Upper Secondary is a four-year high and two-year high grammar course. Grammar schooling is free of charge, but grammar schooling is subject to a fee. Just over a third of the upper- and lower-income groups are registered at primary and lower primary level.
Primary and high school teaching is in Burma, and English is used as a second tongue in many high school. Though Yangon and Mandalay have campuses and post-secondary education, many of the campuses have been shut down since 1988 due to policy unrest.