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ഭരണഘടനാ സാക്ഷരത സന്ദേശറാലി കാസര്‍കോട് നിന്നും ആരംഭിച്ചു. 24ന് തിരുവനന്തപുരം വെങ്ങാനൂരില്‍ സമാപിക്കും. 26ന് നടക്കുന്ന ഭരണഘടനാ സംരക്ഷണസംഗമം മുഖ്യമന്ത്രി പിണറായി വിജയന്‍ ഉദ്ഘാടനം ചെയ്യും     സംസ്ഥാനത്ത് ഭരണഘടനാ സാക്ഷരതാ ജനകീയ വിദ്യാഭ്യാസ പരിപാടി നവംബര്‍ 26 മുതല്‍ 2019 ജനുവരി 26 വരെ നടക്കും



The Kerala State Literacy Mission Authority is an autonomous institution under the General Education Department, Government of Kerala. It was set up in 1998 for the purpose of co-ordinating and activating the 'Literacy and continuing education .Kerala launched the continuing education endeavour on 26th October, 1998 propagating the slogan ``Education for all andEducation for ever`` six years after it bagged the envious title of total literacy. Presently the KSLMA is fully funded byGovernment of Kerala in order to implement literacy, continuing education and life long learning programme designed and developed by the state. The District Literacy Missions are looking after the activities at the district level. The Continuing Education Centers functioning under the Local Self Government Institutions spread across the state are the service delivery unit of the mission.activities' launched by the National Literacy Mission, Ministry of HRD, Government of India. Its headquarters is in Thiruvananthapuram.
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Presently The Kerala State Literacy Mission Authority (K.S.L.M.A) is focussing not only to letter and numerically literacy, but the other areas also

As per the approaching paper for the 12th Five Year Plan approved by the State Planning Board, Government of Kerala, the state is estimated to have 18 lakh illiterates and 12 lakh neo literates. They found that pockets of illiteracy are urban slums, coastal areas and tribal settlements which needs to receive special attention. The initiatives taken by the National Literacy Mission under the Saakshar Bharat Scheme to reduce illiteracy may be extended to the tribal, fisher folks and other socially marginalized people of Kerala. Another group to be focused is the 25-30 lakhs of migrant population from the various north Indian states.There will be an atempt to recast the definition of literacy beyond the capacity to read and write, to move towards imparting a set of carefully designed skills, information and knowledge to the needy.
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