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Total female enrolment in primary education of the official primary school entrance age, as a percentage of the female population of the same age in a given school year. It is the equivalent of the age-specific enrolment rate of the official primary entrance age. Divide the number of female students in the official primary school entrance age who are enrolled in primary education, regardless of the year of entrance, grade or repetition, by the female population of the same age, and multiply the result by 100. Adjusted NIR should be based on total enrolment of all children of the official primary school entrance age in all types of schools that provide organized educational programmes, including public and private institutions. It must be ensured that the enrolment data cover pupils who enter primary school earlier and might repeat the first grade or be at higher grades. While the Net intake rate (NIR) measures timely access to primary school for the official entrance age, the NIRA captures actual access to primary school for the total population of the official entrance age. It reflects efforts made by governments to achieve universal entrance to primary education of the eligible population of the official primary school entrance age. Adjusted NIR gives the proportion of children of the official primary school entrance age that are enrolled in primary education level but not necessary for the first time or in the first grade.