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Tuesday, 29 November 2022 7.49 PM IST

Malayalam proficiency made compulsory for government jobs in the state; those who haven't studied the language have to pass a special exam

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Proficiency in Malayalam language has been made mandatory for government jobs in the state. Candidates, who enter government jobs without proficiency in Malayalam, must pass an exam to prove their language proficiency. The exam will be conducted for those who have not studied Malayalam as a language till class 10th.

It is enough for them to learn the Malayalam language at plus two and graduate levels. Otherwise, they must pass the Malayalam examination conducted by Kerala PSC with not less than 40% marks within the probation period. This exam will have the same syllabus as that of the Malayalam senior diploma exam.

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