The table helps us to analyze the percentage of attendance in secondary schools in India. From the above table we see that between the years 2005 to 2015 the attendance in government schools in the city went up from 62% to 78% . The attendance shot up by 16%.
The attendance in government schools in the village was very low in comparison to the attendance of the government schools in the city.
The attendance moved very gradually from 24% to 44% between the years 2005 to 2015.
The attendance in General English medium schools were 52% in the year 2005 and dropped by 3% in the year 2005.
However in the year 2010 to 2015 it went up by 5% and 10 % respectively.
Attendance of students in Convent run schools are very high. In the year 2000 the percentage of attendance was 80.5 % and gradually went up to 89%.
If we compare all the schools we see that the attendance is lowest in government run schools in the villages and highest in the convent run schools.
It could be that the convent run schools are not as flexible as the government run schools. And therefore the attendance is taken lightly by students.