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IIT Coaching for the underprivileged-An amazing institute

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When the whole world is running after money and coaching institutes providing all types of coaching classes for competitive exams being money spinning ventures, there is oner institute coaching IIT aspirants in Bihar that has bucked the trend...We may need such ventures in other states also

Article (Courtesy Times of India)
Newsweek magazine of the US has acknowledged mathematician Anand Kumar's "Super-30" programme of grooming the underprivileged youths to crack the IIT-JEE in the list of four most innovative schools in the world.Anand Kumar had started the "Super-30" from his Ramanujam School of Mathematics in 2002 with the help of his brother Pranav Kumar to groom and mentor the underprivileged youths free of cost and enable them to compete the IIT-JEE.

The achievement of "Super-30" over the last three years with regard to all its 30 students cracking the IIT-JEE had drawn worldwide attention and Time magazine, US, had acclaimed it, according to Anand Kumar.
While pointing out that the entrance test for IIT is supposed to be the toughest, Newsweek recorded Super-30's as "incredible".
Earlier, "Time Magazine" had selected "Super-30" in the list of Best of Asia 2010. The Discovery channel had broadcast an hour-long programme on "Super-30", while actress and Miss Japan, Norika Fujiwara, had visited Patna to make a documentary on "Super-30".
Really good to see someone with such a talent not interested in making money. Being in the same line of coaching, I would look up to him as an inspiration. When someday I make some money to not worry about money, hopefully I can try to follow his noble steps.
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