Frontlist | Indian Army launches Super 30 programme providing free coaching to underprivileged studentsFrontlist | Indian Army launches Super 30 programme providing free coaching to underprivileged students
on Mar 02, 2021
- Indian Army is providing free coaching for NEET 2021 aspirants.
- The Super 30 programme has been launched in Srinagar for underprivileged students.
- The students will also be provided with educational guidance and free lodging.
The Indian Army has started a new Super 30 batch in Srinagar with the purpose of providing free coaching to the underprivileged students of the city for the upcoming National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination (NEET) 2021. In an effort to impart education to underprivileged students seeking admissions in medical colleges across the country, National Integrity and Educational Development Organisation has collaborated with the Indian Army for the Super 30 programme.The Indian Army and Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) companies initiated the Super 30 programme in an effort to help the young aspirants from remote areas reshape their lives by giving free coaching and guidance regarding their education.
The Indian Army will focus on the logistical part of the Super 30 programme while the NIEDO will take up the teaching part with its faculties, preparing students for NEET 2021. Indian Army has already initiated the classes in Haft Chinar, Srinagar.
Free classes for 12 monthsUnder the programme initiated by the Indian Army, several underprivileged students will be provided with educational guidance and free coaching for a period of twelve months for medical entrance examinations for admission in colleges across the country. The Indian Army, along with its training partner- the Center for Social Responsibility and Leadership (CSRL)- conducts a state-wide entrance examination for students who want to become a part of the Super 30 programme for NEET examination. The students who qualify are provided free lodging, boarding, and educational facilities by the expert faculty who come from different parts of the country. This programme has been launched to give all students a fair chance to seek admission to good colleges. Though the exact dates of the NEET 2021 examinations have not been released by the National Testing Agency (NTA) yet, the entrance will most likely be conducted in June or July this year. Students are anxiously waiting for the exact dates of the exams. Read: Physical Class Work Begins In Ramban Schools Source: India Today
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