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Sunday, 3 November 2019

super 30 founder of Delhi Govt Schools So They Can Crack IIT Exams

Super 30 Founder Anand Kumar To Teach Kids In Delhi Govt Schools So They Can Crack IIT Exams





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If you've seen Hrithik Roshan's Super 30, you'd know by now that it's based on a Patna-based education program started by Anand Kumar, a mathematics teacher. 

Kumar took it upon himself to select 30 talented candidates each year, from the economically underprivileged section of Indian society and train them for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE), for a seat in the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT).

Super 30 Founder Anand Kumar To Teach Kids In Delhi Govt Schools So They Can Crack IIT Exams

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Earlier today, Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia announced that Anand Kumar has agreed to hold a class, every month for IIT-JEE aspirants of government schools in Delhi and that's some fantastic news for all the candidates who wish to be coached for IIT-JEE but don't have a way to go about it. 
Kumar came to this decision after he visited a few government schools in Delhi, with Manish Sisodia.

He wrote on Twitter:

"I am also happy to share that Anand Kumar has agreed to conduct one class every month for Delhi Govt school students. This will be an online, virtual classroom for Class 11, 12 students of our schools".
The movie Super 30 did fairly well at the box office, with Hrithik Roshan donning the role of Anand Kumar and inspiring students from lower-income backgrounds to crack the prestigious IIT exam. The movie was declared tax-free as it was a sheer inspiration for teachers and students, alike.
Super 30 Founder Anand Kumar To Teach Kids In Delhi Govt Schools So They Can Crack IIT Exams

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“Delhi government will be giving tax-free status to the movie Super 30 so that it can inspire students and teachers in Delhi. I am also happy to share that Anand Kumar has agreed to conduct one class every month for Delhi Govt school students. This will be an online, virtual classroom for Class 11 and 12 students of our schools,” Manish Sisodia told a popular news publication, in an interview.
Hrithik took to Twitter to thank Manish Sisodia for making Super 30 tax-free, in the capital.
He wrote:
Thank you Shri Manish Sisodia Ji for considering us worthy of being a part of the nation builders team and announcing Super 30 tax - free in Delhi.
Anand Kumar also took to Twitter to thank Manish Sisodia on making Super 30 tax-free in Delhi
Before Delhi, states like Bihar, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, and Gujarat have also made Super 30 tax-free.
But coming back to Kumar's new profile as a virtual teacher for government schools in Delhi, he said he's happy to teach at these schools since his education too took place in government schools.
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"My education also took place in a government school. Slowly the gap between a government school and private school is widening. Poor students are finding it difficult. But I am very happy today to see that government schools are becoming equal. It is nice to see smiles on the faces of the students and a desire to learn," Kumar said in a video posted on the Aam Aadmi Party's (AAP) Twitter account.
Government schools have gone through a slow and steady transformation in terms of quality of education and infrastructure, under the AAP government, with an increase in class 12th percentage result. Bringing in more quality toward education and introducing virtual programs and initiatives to crack difficult examinations has made parents consider their child's education in a government school rather than a public or private school.
Super 30 Founder Anand Kumar To Teach Kids In Delhi Govt Schools So They Can Crack IIT Exams© Twitter
We really hope this initiative with Anand Kumar to help government school kids crack IIT examinations, really make a big difference towards the severe competition children are facing nowadays.

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