All 30 students from Super-30, the Patna-based educational programme for underprivileged kids run by Anand Kumar cracked the JEE (Advanced) exam this year. These students have qualified to get admission in the prestigious IITs. The Ramanujan School of Mathematics founded by Anand Kumar runs the Super 30 programme and has maintained a formidable success rate of 88% over the last 15 years of its existence, with nearly 396 out of its 450 students making it to the IITs so far.
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras declared the JEE advanced 2017 results on Sunday and Sarvesh Mehtani from Chandigarh bagged all India first rank while Pune's Akshat Chugh ranked second.
Every year, 30 talented students, many of them from economically backward sections are picked and trained under the Super-30 programme with Anand Kumar bearing the expenses himself.
Praising the efforts by his students, Anand Kumar, founder of Super-30 said: "These students have show if given a chance they can do anything."
ScooNews applauds the efforts of Anand Kumar and Super 30 and is please to have him as an esteemed speaker at ScooNews Global Educators Fest 2017.
Image courtesy - HT / Super 30
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