“Four daughters-in-law from Bihar, as well as their mother-in-law, took the literacy mega-exam after studying and taking care of household duties. On Sunday, the foundational literacy examination was conducted at 548 centers in Nalanda, Bihar. The topic of discussion in the exam was the four daughters-in-law who were taking the exam with their mother-in-law. They had been learning to read and write for the past six months, and now they have also mastered addition and subtraction.
The foundational literacy examination was conducted on Sunday at 548 examination centres in Nalanda. Out of the total 10,980 candidates, 9,698 newly literate women participated in the exam. The district’s complex resource center was designated as the examination center for this mega-examination. The exam started at 10:00 AM and continued until 4:00 PM. Similarly, in Adarsh Chandi Madhyamik Vidyalaya, one mother-in-law along with her four daughters-in-law also appeared for the foundational literacy mega-examination. Mother-in-law Sivarti Devi and her four daughters-in-law, Seema Devi, Shobha Devi, Veena Devi, and Bindi Devi, took the exam together.
Sivarti Devi mentioned that she appeared for the foundational literacy examination with her four daughters-in-law. They had been learning to read and write for the past six months, and now they have also mastered addition and subtraction. She said that after managing household chores, they reached the examination center to take the exam. The daughter-in-law shared that after handling household chores, they have been learning to read and write for the past six months. Now they have also learned how to sign and read.
DPO Literacy Officer Anil Kumar stated that all successful candidates in the exam will be awarded the NSY (Newly Literate) certificate. The exam results will not include pass or fail marks, but other marks will be given, such as excellent, satisfactory, and improvement.”