‘Super 30' set to go for expansion

PTI Kanpur | Updated on November 13, 2017

Bihar's ‘Super 30' Institute, which has helped poor students to get admission to prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology by providing free training, is all set for expansion this year.

The institute has decided to admit 60 students from this year, almost doubling its intake, the institute's founder and noted mathematician, Mr Anand Kumar told reporters here on Friday.

“Apart from Bihar, we will admit meritorious students from Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh also,” he said. “We are going to organise admission tests in major cities of both the states on July 2. The tests will be conducted at Varanasi, Kanpur and Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh and Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh,” he added.

Speaking about his future plans, Mr Kumar said that he was planning to open a ‘model school' in Bihar to train poor students for national and international competitions right from the grass-root level.

Published on June 24, 2011

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