An worker of a garment making unit on the IT hub Technopark right here, Revathi scored 100 per cent marks in the particular examination, carried out by the state-run Kerala State Literacy Mission Authority.
The 100 marks-exam was exercise oriented, giving a thrust on studying, writing and arithmetical expertise.
Revathi had been studying Malayalam for a while underneath the state-wide “Changathi” programme, an initiative of the Mission to impart Malayalam and fundamental training amongst migrant labourers who arrived in Kerala searching for inexperienced pastures.
She, together with a number of different migrant employees from completely different states, not too long ago wrote the exam, the outcomes of which was introduced Monday.
“I tried to spend at least two hours to learn Malayalam every night after my work,” Revathi stated.
Besides her, Viki Kumar, a employee from Bihar, additionally scored 100 per cent marks, a Mission launch stated right here.
Proving that age isn’t any barrier for studying, 90 year-old Mythili, a local of a fishing hamlet in Kozhikode, has secured full marks as a part of the “Aksharasagaram”, one other flagship initiative of the Mission to eradicate illiteracy amongst fisher folks in the state.
Recently, Karthyayani Amma, a 96 year-old neo-literate had hit the headlines by scoring 98 marks out of 100 underneath the “Aksharalaksham” mission.
Besides “Changathi” and “Aksharasagaram”, the Mission has additionally carried out examinations underneath the “Navachetana” and “Samagra” programmes, envisaged to teach backward courses and tribals respectively, the discharge added.
A complete of 8,605 neo-literates have received varied examinations underneath completely different tasks, the Mission Director, P S Sreekala stated.