Which state spends most per student?

Which state spends the most on education in India?

States contribute the most education funds. A state like Maharashtra, for instance, banks on the Centre for only about 7-10% of its school education spending. But Bihar would get 40-50% of its education funding from the central government, said Bordoloi of Accountability Initiative.

Which state is spending more budget on education?

In Kerala, the government has been spending more on education but so do the people of Kerala. The poor in the state spend about 3.6 percent of their annual per capita income on elementary education—the highest proportion in the country (Table 1).

Who spends the most on education?

Norway spent the most on education as a percentage of GDP at 6.4% followed by New Zealand at 6.3%, the United Kingdom at 6.2%, and the United States at 6.1 percent. Conversely, 17 countries spent less than the average percentage of GDP on total education expenditures for OECD countries.

Which states spend the least on public education?

The following are the 9 states and DC that spend the most per pupil in elementary and secondary public schools.

  • Wyoming spends $16,224 per student. …
  • New Hampshire spends $16,893 per student. …
  • Alaska spends $17,726 per student. …
  • New Jersey spends $20,021 per student. …
  • District of Columbia spends $22,759 per student.
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Which state has the highest budget in India?

List of Indian state budgets

State Budget (in crore rupees) FY
Kerala 1,44,265 2020–21*
Madhya Pradesh 2,41,375 2021-22
Maharashtra 4,37,961 2021-22
Manipur 28,824 2021-22

What is the budget for education in India?

While the Department of School Education has been allocated Rs 54,873 crore, down from Rs 59,845 crore in the previous budget, the allocation for the Department of Higher Education has gone down to Rs 38,350 crore from Rs 39,466 crore.

Where does the education budget go?

The annual state budget is put in place by the Legislature and the Governor.