Pranav Kumar helped Anand earlier also, but now he was directly
involved. He was entrusted with the responsibility of managing Super
30. After a thorough screening, 30 poor, but talented students were
shortlisted for the Super 30. Initially, making all arrangements for 30
students,was not so easy, but Anand’s family extended all help in his
endeavour. Anand generated finances by tutoring students of other
schools, while his mother, Jayanti Devi, cooked food for the students.
For the students, there was only one goal – to study hard.What followed
next was rigorous training of the students, and the results came as a big
surprise in the very first year.
It motivated Anand for put in more and more effort along with his team
of dedicated teachers.
In the last eight years, 212 students out of 240 have made to different
IITs of the country. In 2003, when Super 30 started its journey, 18 out
of 30 students competed. The very next year, the number jumped to
22. In 2005, it improved further to 26. Continuing the trend, 28 students
made it in 2006 and 2007. However, the ‘magic moment’ came in 2008,
when the result was an astonishing 30 out of 30. Super 30 had hit the
bull’s eye. It was ‘a dream come true’ for Anand and his team. Super 30
has done it again in 2009 and 2010. It has been 30 out of 30 for the
second year in succession. It was the result of dedicated effort of a
committed group of teachers, led by Anand. A senior police officer,
Abhyanand, who is now involved with other social activities, also played
his part in motivating the students by finding some time off his busy
schedule. The role of a group of old students of Super 30 was also vital.
Amit Kumar and Praveen Kumar contributed in running regular classes
for variou subjects.
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