As per the report for 2016-17, Assam and Meghalaya reported the lowest number of girls toilets at 83.4 per cent and 84.1 per cent, respectively. While most states and UTs reported data almost similar to last year, Sikkim and Nagaland reported decline.
The percentage of schools with girls toilets in UTs, large states and small states was 100 per cent, 97.6 per cent and 96.7 per cent, respectively.
For 2016-17, Himachal Pradesh achieved 100 per cent target. Gujarat achieved saturation coverage last year.
States like Tamil Nadu (99.9 per cent) and Punjab (99.8 per cent) are at the 2015-16 level. The UTs reported 100 per cent coverage.
But outcomes on computer-aided learning (CAL) are not that cheerful. In 2016-17, only four states and UTs had CAL in more than 50 per cent elementary schools. Among them, Chandigarh and Lakshadweep recorded the highest coverage at 76.7 per cent and 75.6 per cent, respectively.
In contrast, Bihar, Tripura, Jharkhand, Meghalaya, J&K, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh had CAL in less than 5 per cent elementary schools.