25 students out of Anand Kumar’s “Super 30” batch cracked JEE Advanced 2015

JEE Advanced-2015 results were announced on 17 May declaring 26,456 candidates qualified for admission to the Country’s best engineering institution IIT – Indian Institute of Technology. One news that overtook the hype of IIT JEE results that 25 out of 30 students from Patna based Super 30 made it to the merit list.

Anand Kumar, a well know Mathematician started Ramanujan School of Mathematics in the year 1992 and later started the concept of ‘Super 30’ in 2002. Anand also writes for various National and International Mathematical journal and magazines. His concept Super 30 includes meritorious and talented students mostly from economic backward classes. Kumar is an inspiration for IIT aspirants and has been awarded from several global universities.

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Anand Kumar, the mathematician behind the success of Super 30

The Super 30 has secured a great position in preparing students for IIT admissions over the years, the result statistics depict it in the best way. The program set up a benchmark by making it a hat-trick when 30 out of 30 students qualified the test from 2008 to 2010. In 2011, 24 students qualified, in 2012, 27 students, 28 students in 2013 and 27 students previous year.

Anand Kumar when reached for his comments over the success of his batch, said “It has been a gratifying experience year after year. This success is the victory of hopes of all those parents who live to see and feel these moments.”

Rahul Kumar, one of the students from this year Super 30 batch expressed his feeling with a letter written exclusively for his teacher, Anand Kumar. Few excerpts of the letter says;

“Dear Anand Sir, Thank you. My life will forever be different because of you. My father is a farmer in Jharkhand’s Hazaribag district. After school, I got to know of Super-30 and I entered your coaching institute through a very rigorous selection process. Anand Sir, you have been my biggest inspiration. See, my family could never have afforded the lakhs that students from better-off families pay at coaching institutes. By teaching me and taking care of my living expenses, you made me confident enough to pursue my dreams of entering an IIT.

I am lucky to have you, Anand Sir. I owe everything to you.”

Rahul Kumar aspires to take admission in mechanical engineering at IIT Kharagpur.

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