Daman and Diu is a small union territory in western India. It is also one of those areas in the country which is still at its developing stage. Daman and Diu is not only known for its tourism but also for its growing education sector. The department of Daman and Diu education needs a lot of attention from the government of the union territory. According to a report submitted as part of the census reports in the year 2011, the central government of India and the local government authorities in the Union territory have decided to introduce several schemes to improve the state of education.
According to the 2011 census, Daman and Diu has a literacy of 87.1% higher than the national average literacy of 74.04%. The literacy rate of Daman and Diu is very impressive but the truth is that most residents are migrating to the neighbouring states to pursue higher education.
The school education needs a lot of improvements as it lacks in sufficient number of well-educated teachers. The educational projects has been taken up government to improve the educational infrastructure of the union territory. The main aim of government is to impart education to the people at all levels of the society.
There are quite a few schools in Daman and Diu, which offers good quality basic education to the youth. The Jawahar Navodaya Vidyala is one of the most important schools in Daman and Diu. This educational institute offers school education to the young people of the place in a very easy understandable way.