Education has Power to Transform Lives of Underprivileged Children: Super30 Founder Anand Kumar
Education is best medium for development of any country. According to the latest reports, Super30 founder and mathematician, Anand Kumar said, “Education has the power to transform lives of underprivileged children who suffer due to lack of opportunities. It is all due to lack of opportunities that the children from underprivileged sections suffer from. As far as talent is concerned, they are as capable as others are and I have seen it in course of my 14-year journey with Super 30 that one small opportunity can transform them.”
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Indian education need to be encouraged from grass-root level. The 90-minute film made by acclaimed film-maker Pascal Plisson features success story of an autorickshaw driver’s daughter Nidhi Jha from Super 30. Last year, the girl cracked IIT-JEE and at present, she is studying at the Indian School of Mines (ISM), Dhanbad.
Further in a report, Anand Kumar said, “Today, they are all working at good places and plan best education for their Children only because they have realised the true potential of education by experiencing it.
It is to be noted that, Anand Kumar is an Indian mathematician and a columnist for various national and international mathematical journals and magazines.He has been invited by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard University to speak on his globally acclaimed effort to mentor students from the underprivileged sections for admission to IIT colleges. Super 30 is an Indian educational program that started by Anand Kumar in Patna, Bihar, India under the banner of ‘Ramanujan School of Mathematics‘,
Everyone can achieve his goals, from the child of a rickshaw puller and auto-driver to a private security guard and landless labourer, they have all reached where they could not even think of few years ago only because of education.
He was sharing the success stories of many of the Super30 students from the underprivileged sections at the ESSEC School, a top-ranked French business school after the screening of French film “The Big Day”.
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