Mission Director P S Sreekala said the initiative would help those who had to stop their schooling due to various reasons to continue their education.
A release issued by the literacy mission said that it’s probably for the first time in the country, that women in such huge number would be enrolled to study.
“There are over 48 lakh kudumbashree members in the state. Many of them lack the 10th equivalent certificate. Kudumbashree has collected the details of all of them and the course fees and the exam fees would be taken care of by the local self bodies,” the release said.