Patna: All 30 students of Super 30, the free coaching institute set up for poor students in Patna, have cracked the entrance test for the prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT).
“All the 30 students have cleared IIT-JEE," said Anand Kumar, the institute's director-founder, at a press conference on Wednesday.
Kumar said institute’s students are from poor families and studied for 16 hours a day. "We will try to arrange loans for the education of the poor students who qualified for IITs," he said.
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The coaching institute will try to arrange full scholarships including for its students, said Kumar, who claims he missed a chance to study at Cambridge University because he didn’t have money.
Shubham Kumar Gautam, one of the institute’s students, said his father is a poor farmer in Nalanda and earned income less than Rs 2,500 per month. Gautam said he would not have been able to qualify for IIT had Super 30 not helped him.
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