illiterate


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not able to read or write

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uneducated in the fundamentals of a given art or branch of learning

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lacking culture, especially in language and literature

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She suggested that the assistance of National Education Foundation could be sought for the character building of the illiterate persons.
They said, that we have to be prepared to give the same session which we have learnt today to the community, who will come from village who is financially illiterate, for this sake they distributed a guideline book among us that how we have to perform in front of those audience.
New Delhi [India] December 31 ( ANI ): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday mocked superstar Rajinikanth's announcement on entering politics and dubbed him as illiterate.
New Delhi: Politicians and bureaucrats should remain open to accepting ideas even from "ordinary, illiterate and semi-literate" people while discharging their duties, Minister of State for Tourism K.
Based on statistics, more than half of the Palestinian illiterates in 2016 were elderly, with around 54 percent of illiterate persons are aged 65 years and over, while the lowest rate is among persons aged 15 to 29 years or 30 to 44 years.
Illiterate subjects included those individuals who had no formal schooling or dropped out of school in the initial year.
One of them, Fakruddin, a 58-year old illiterate farmer, remembers that when GSM coverage arrived in the area five years ago only rich farmers and traders could afford to buy phones and make calls.
In the United States, for example, the US National Assessment of Adult Literacy found last year that fewer than 2 percent of American adults (15 and older) were illiterate, but an additional 12 percent were functionally illiterate and effectively pushed out of the work force for anything but stoop labor and ditch-digging jobs.
Over 7 per cent of children about to enter secondary education are at risk of leaving school linguistically illiterate and 6.
morality, education, health and social development was conducted to investigate the impact of literate and illiterate mothers on the education of their children.
Objective: To determine frequency of Minimal Hepatic Encephalopathy in illiterate patients with compensated cirrhosis.
While some of them have called for dismissal of the governor in case he does not review his appointments and selections of leaders, others have defended his action, saying the appointed illiterate officials are equally qualified based on their loyalty and past contributions in the war as liberators.
The nature of the respondents was male both literate and illiterate falling in the age group of (18-60) years and above from the slum areas of four randomly selected districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa namely Mardan, Kohat, Haripur and Chitral respectively.
THE VOTE counting machines (VCMs) that will be used in the 2016 elections will have an audio feature that would make it easier for visually impaired or illiterate people to cast their votes.
Labour's Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has been slaughtered this week for appearing economically illiterate.