About ASER

ASER Centre uses simple yet rigorous methods to generate evidence at scale on the impact of social sector programs and policies, focusing mainly on the education sector.

ASER 2023

Full report

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Main findings

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Findings presentation

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Press release

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All districts pages

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Keynote address by Mr. Manish Sabharwal

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ASER 2023: Panel discussion

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ASER 2023: Main findings

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Youth stories by ASER

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Core areas

Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) is a nationwide household survey that captures the status of children’s enrollment and learning outcomes in rural India every year.

The Research and Assessment units design and implement research projects and measurement tools that delve deeper into different aspects of children’s educational trajectories.

The Capacity building unit helps individuals and institutions understand the importance and the nuts and bolts of designing simple metrics and measures.

ASER 2023 reached

1
States
1
Districts
1000
Villages
34000
Youth

ASER 2022 reached

500
Districts
15000
Villages
20000
Volunteers
500000
Children

Impact

In focus

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Dr. Rukmini Banerji's keynote address at the UNESCO Conference on Education Data and Statistics

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Suman Bhattacharjea and Ariel Fiszbein authored a blog titled 'The foundational learning data challenge: A civil society view from the Global South' in UNESCO's World Education Blog

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Read the World Bank blog 'Here's how we can turn this learning crisis around' by Rukmini Banerji and Mamta Murthi

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After a four year gap, ASER returned to the field in 2022 and surveyed around 700,000 children. Watch this video on the national picture of enrollment and learning levels in rural India after the Covid-19 pandemic.

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