A 104-year-old woman from Kerala has achieved an astonishing feat. At this age, Kuttiyamma has set an example by getting 89 marks out of 100 in the Kerala State Literacy Mission (Kerala State Literacy Mission). 104-year-old grandmother Kuttiyamma has proved that age is not a barrier bypassing the Kerala State Literacy Mission Examination by hard work.
Kuttiyamma from Kerala is a great example. It is noteworthy that Kuttiyamma did not go to school and could not read or write. He used paper and pen for the first time while preparing for the literacy exam. He attended class regularly every morning and evening. Despite his deafness, he has achieved beyond that.
Kerala Education Minister Vasudevan Sivankutty on Friday posted a picture of 104-year-old Kuttiyamma, who scored well in an examination conducted by the state government’s Continuing Education Initiative, on social media. He tweeted, ‘104-year-old Kuttiyamma from Kottayam has scored 89/100 marks in the examination conducted by the Kerala State Literacy Mission. Congratulations to Kuttiyamma who has realized that age is not a barrier to achievement and to all the other new graduates. ‘
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