We know very well that Literacy and level of education are basic pointers of the development level achieved by a civilization. Literacy Spread is generally associated with important traits of modern civilization such as urbanization, transformation, communication, industrialization, as well as trade. Higher levels of education and literacy lead to a greater awareness and also contributes in improvement of economic and social conditions.
A Literate is any person who is able to read as well as write on his/her own. Literacy is the ability to read and write along with is the quality of being literate.
The literacy rate of Kerala is 90.90 percent that stands first among other Indian states. Identifying the need for a literate population and stipulation of elementary education as a crucial input for nation structure, the state government with the backing of the central government, a number of plans and programmers over the past years to facilitate the provision of free and compulsory education with satisfactory quality to all children at least up to the age of 14 years.
As per the education level Kerala has highest literacy rate. For the reason that – Kerala board’s education system is better compare than other, so that – every year 90 percent students get good marks in their board examination. This year, the board has been declared the 10th board result on 20 April 2015. However, it has not declared the 12th class result till now, so students are waiting for their result. Therefore, the board is going to declare the Kerala HSE Results 2015 class result as soon as possible on the official website as well as at http://goo.gl/Rfb4N7. So, you can check your result by using your roll number only by one click on the given link.
The literacy rate of the three communities shows that Christians are more literate than Muslims and Hindus. Thus, the literacy percentages of these communities are: Muslims (female - 85.6 and male - 89.5 percent), Hindus (female - 86.6 and male - 90.3 percent), along with Christians (female - 93.6 and male - 94.7 percent).
Living standard of Kerala is high compared to other states in India. Clearly, this is attributed to the high literacy rate and the educational standard of the people. In addition, Kerala once home too many social evils are now completely relieved of them.