JEE Advanced Results are out and as many as 28 students from Bihar’s Super 30 have qualified in highly competitive IIT exam.
Headed by Anand Kumar, Super 30 is a free coaching institute which selects 30 meritorious candidates each year from economically weaker sections of society and provides free food, accommodation and coaching for IIT-JEE.
Significantly, the successful candidates from the known Academy are wards of the marginal farmer, daily-wage worker, shop helper and migrant workers.
The institute director said that he was happy that 28 of the academy’s 30 students have been through IIT-JEE exam. A delighted Anand Kumar further added that the success was attributed to students’ hard work and dedication and teachers’ support.
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The institute director further stated that even students from economically weaker sections can make it to the IITs provided that they are offered ample opportunity.
Super 30 is a globally acclaimed program started by Anand Kumar in conjunction with Bihar’s former Director General of Police Abhyanand in 2002.
Since its inception, this academy has delivered outstanding results in IIT-JEE.
This academy was selected by TIME magazine in the list of “The Best of Asia 2010”.
Students from poor sections of society have to qualify a competitive test to get into Super 30 and then dedicate themselves to a year of 16 hours daily study routine.
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