The story, as the saying goes, is a woman’s story.
But what does it mean?
The government college in Kerala is a place of instruction for girls in government classes.
And the government schools in Kerala have the highest number of girls enrolled in them.
But the government colleges in other parts of the state have higher enrolment.
Kerala, India’s most populous state, has about 9,000 girls enrolled at government colleges, of whom about 6,000 are women.
It is a trend that’s been going on for a long time.
In Kerala, the state has the highest percentage of female enrolment among states and territories.
The state government in 2013 ordered all government schools to provide free entrance for women students.
It also decided to set up a government college to serve as a learning institution for girls from the poor and underprivileged sections.
A number of students, who were educated in government schools, applied to the government school for admission.
The government school in Kollam has been in operation for 10 years.
And now the college is offering women students admission.
It will also provide the first women teachers in government education to the state government.
According to the Kerala Government Education Department (KGED), about 2,400 students are enrolled in government-run government schools.
There are around 1,300 women teachers.
But the demand for the women teachers has been increasing.
The demand is growing because the students are getting enrolled in higher government schools at higher rates.
The number of women teachers is growing at a fast pace.
It’s estimated that there are over 4,000 female teachers in the state.
The Kerala government college is the first government school to offer women students free entrance.
The college will have two floors and a cafeteria.
The college will also have two halls, one for women and one for men.
The women teachers will be located in the cafeteria.
In the cafeteria, students will be allowed to eat on their own and they will be provided facilities for private viewing.
The school will also be equipped with a women’s hostel.
In addition, the college will be equipped to provide educational activities for students.
The teachers will teach Hindi and English.
They will also teach English and Mathematics.
In order to prepare the women students for their exams, the KGED has decided to create a course in the history of education in Kerala.
The students will also get an education in the language of the country they will study in.
The education department has also made a request to the State Government to offer free entrance to women students from the lower castes and the Scheduled Castes.
The KGES says that the government is providing more than 50,000 students with free entrance and the rest of the students will have to pay a fee of around Rs 3,000 for admission and Rs 1,000 to attend classes.
The government is also planning to open a women-only college.
But in the current financial crisis, it is unlikely that the colleges will be able to meet the demand.