Mathematician Anand Kumar, the founder of ‘Super 30’ coaching program to help poor students, said on Monday that he will take the exam in March 2022 to find talent for ‘Super 30’. Anand Kumar said, ‘Poor students living in Bundelkhand want to study, children have shown great interest in studies. Exams will be conducted by March next year to find talent for Super 30.”
“The children have shown interest towards engineering and medicine and for general competitions. In fact, they want guidance.’ Kumar was in Rath area of Hamirpur district of Uttar Pradesh on Monday, where he was awarded the 2021 Swami Brahmananda Award for his contribution in the field of education. He received the award from Professor Roop Kishore Shastri, Vice Chancellor of Gurukul Kangri (Deemed to be University) Haridwar at a function.
This award is given every year to those people of the world who have done special work in education and cow service. This award is given in the name of freedom fighter and former parliamentarian, Sanyasi Swami Brahmananda, who is known for his contribution in the field of education. Super 30 is a coaching program of Ramanujan School of Mathematics, Patna.
According to its website, it selects 30 meritorious talents from the economically backward sections of the society and prepares them for admission to India’s most prestigious institute – the Indian Institute of Technology.
Received ‘Sarabhai Teacher Scientist National Honorary Award 2021’
The National Council of Teacher Scientist (NCTS) has awarded the ‘Sarabhai Teacher Scientist National Honorary Award 2021’ to make it easier for ‘Super-30’ founder and mathematician Anand Kumar to teach mathematics and to provide coaching to poor children to make them successful in IIT entrance examinations. ‘ is provided. NCTS President Chandramouli Joshi said that Kumar, a resident of Bihar, was also given life membership of this organization in a digital program.
According to Joshi, Kumar has been coaching children from weaker sections for almost two decades for the entrance exam ‘JEE ANDWAS’ for admission to the Indian Institute of Technology. The Raman Science and Technology Foundation of Gujarat established NCTS, headquartered in Delhi, to develop scientific temper among teachers.