India’s famous teaching group ‘Super 30‘, who run their educational program under the banner of “Ramanujan School’ in Bihar have now decided to extend their support to economically backward students of Uttar Pradesh.
The group which imparts their teachings to economically weak students of Bihar and prepare them for IIT-JEE exams have been known to show their mettle, and over the years have produced many students who are able to crack IIT entrance exams each year.
The group has now decided to extend their base to Uttar Pradesh, and will start coaching 30 students each year there as well.
Talking about the initiative, ‘Super 30’ founder Anand Kumar on June 10 said:
He went on to add that the exams for selection of candidates in UP would be held at on June 19 at 11 places in the state and the selected 30 would then be given coaching for IIT entrance examination.
He especially applauded the government’s move to distribute laptops to the students and the Kanya Vidyadhan Yojna.
When UP CM Akhilesh Yadav was asked about ‘Super 30’ initiative in Uttar Pradesh, he said:
Yadav then went on to term Kumar’s efforts as “exemplary” and hailed him for honing the untapped potential of poor children facing adverse conditions.