Super 30’s Anand Kumar has decided to expand the strength of his class by including 10th pass students from this year. Till last year, Super 30 only included underprivileged 12th pass outs and after the huge success from last year, Super 30 is introducing a new two years programme for about 10-20 students who have cleared their class 10th.
28 students out of total 30 students cleared JEE and are eligible for Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) this year.
With the main aim to build a school for poor students from class 6th to 12th, Anand Kumar started with Super 30. Currently, this seems like a difficult task due to shortage of funds to buy land, once the funds for land are taken care of, they will have to raise money to run the school and print books. “ The school need not necessarily target the IITs,” he said.
Super 30 is an educational programme started with the goal to train 30 underprivileged students for the top notch IIT's and NIT's. The Super 30 trainer is Anand Kumar from Patna in Bihar. Apart from free coaching, the students are also provided with lodging and food. It does not have any branches of its centers in the country and does not take any aid or donation from any party.