Kerala, often referred to as Keralam, is a state in the southwest region of India on the Malabar coast. It was founded on November 1, 1956, by uniting separate Malayalam-speaking districts under the States Reorganisation Act. Kerala colleges offer undergraduate, postgraduate, Ph.D., and diploma programs in science, engineering, business and management studies, IT and software, architecture and planning, accounting and commerce, humanities and social sciences, agriculture, and others.
Kerala is renowned as India's education hub since it is the most literate state in the country. It has some top institutes, making it one of India's most important academic centers. Kerala colleges offer undergraduate, postgraduate, Ph.D., and diploma programs in science, engineering, business and management studies, IT and software, architecture and planning, accounting and commerce, humanities and social sciences, agriculture, and others.
Kerala is ranked as one of the most literates states in India. The government of Kerala put a high percentage of the budget into the development of the education sector. Schools in Kerala are run by the government or private trusts and individuals. As per the education department of Kerala, the state has shown tremendous growth in educational facilities at all levels during the last 50 years. Going by the statistics given by the education department of Kerala, there are 1400+ schools, 160k+ teachers, and 20k+ non-teaching staff. The schools in Kerala are affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) and Kerala State Education Board, and National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS).
The state has 16 universities, with 13 states, 02 deemed, and 01 central university. More than 1000 colleges in Kerala offer a degree in Arts, Commerce, and Science stream. As per the NIRF ranking, Kerala University and the Mahatma Gandhi University of Kerala are among the top 30 universities in India. Twenty colleges in Kerala are ranked among the top 100 colleges in India.
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Kerala's achievements in education - near total literacy, accessible and universal primary education, the low dropout rate at the school level, easy access to educational institutions, gender equality in access etc. are well known. In these respects, Kerala is often compared with other Indian states, developing countries, and some developed countries.
Nearly one-fifth of the population are students. The education sector is also one of the biggest employers in the state. The number of teachers forms more than 50 percent of the workers in registered factories. Teachers constitute nearly 18 percent of the total employment in the organized sector. Kerala's position is at the top in the ratio of teachers to total workers.
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