The highly competitive exam of IIT-JEE which is considered the hardest to crack in the country was surprisingly cracked by 28 students of Bihar’s Super 30 which is actually a free coaching center for underprivileged students.
What’s more surprising about the news? That the children of marginal farmer, daily-wage labor, migrant workers and shop helper are amongst those successful candidates of Bihar’s super 30.
“We are happy that 28 of our 30 students have made it through the Indian Institute of Technology-Joint Entrance Examination this year. The credit goes to the hardworking students and our teachers,” said Anand Kumar, founder director of Super 30.
This institute finds talented students from poor families and provides them coaching, accommodation and food so that they can freely focus on cracking IIT.
Super 30 was started with Mr. Anand with the former Director General of Police, Bihar, Abhyananad and was also selected by the Time magazine as ‘The Best of Asia 2010’.