Kerala, Kerala, what you need to know Kerala’s government postgraduate college for females (GPCW) has launched a program to offer a government-related college for young women.
The state government announced the program in a press release on Friday.
The GPCW aims to recruit 150 girls from the state and help them get their degrees, the press release said.
It said that the program will help the young women “set themselves on the right path”.
The GPPW is a state-run organization.
It aims to offer the same degree as the government postgraduates and is funded by the state government.
The first batch of students has already enrolled in the postgraduate degree program at the Government College for women in Kochi, the state’s top postgraduate school.
The other 150 students will be enrolled in other postgraduate programs across the state, the GPCB said.
“This is not just a program for the government posts; it is also for the postgraduating women who want to do better in life.
The program is aimed at providing them a good job, which will give them a job,” the GPPB said in a statement.
The program aims to bring together female government posts for women, it said.
The GPCD said that there are about 300 women students enrolled in postgraduate degrees across the country, and more than 1,300 of them are in Kerala.
“We have been working on this for a long time, and the program is our first step in getting the women in the state posts.
Our aim is to help them become successful in the work they are in, especially the work that is not directly related to government,” GPC director Suresh Gopalan told CNN-IBN.