96 year old woman from Kerala is the oldest to take a literacy exam

A 96-year-old woman will be among the 40,363 people taking the Kerala State Literacy Mission Authority’s Aksharalaksham literacy examination.

Karthyayani Amma of Cheppad, Haripad, in Alappuzha area is the most seasoned of the examinees in the State. She will show up for the exam at Government Lower Primary School, Kanichanelloor, Cheppad. Aksharalaksham is an undertaking of the mission to accomplish numerical penny per penny proficiency. It focuses on those in the 16-75 age gathering.



The Aksharalaksham first stage examination will start at 10 a.m. Of the 40,363 examinees, upwards of 29,500 are ladies. The greatest number of individuals showing up for the examination is from Thiruvananthapuram region, at 9,074. The minimum is from Kottayam, at 711.

The examinees will be tried on perusing, composing, and Mathematics in the 100-check paper. The examinees need to anchor no less than 30 imprints to pass — no less than nine checks out of 30 in perusing, 12 out of 40 in composing, and nine out of 30 in Mathematics.



An overview held as a component of Aksharalaksham in 2,010 wards had discovered 47,241 unskilled people. Of these, 46,349 began going to classes on January 26, and 40,363 are showing up for Sunday’s examination.


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