Anand Kumar, founder of 'Super 30', was on Saturday conferred Honorary Doctorate of Science (DSc) by Karpagam University, in recognition of his pioneering work with students from underprivileged sections of society.
Asserting that there is "no substitute" for teachers, Indian mathematician and founder of well-known Super 30 tutorial programme has said that there is a need to create an atmosphere in which teachers get respect and recognition to draw the best to this profession.
xhorting experts, scholars and students of the Harvard University to use their expertise in the "big fight" against illiteracy and poverty, the founder of well-known Super 30 tutorial programme in Bihar has called for quality and non-discriminatory education to all.
Indian mathematician and founder of Super 30, Anand Kumar, has been invited by the prestigious 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.
Keeping up its reputation, Super 30 of mathematician Anand Kumar has again excelled in JEE advance result which was declared today with 27 out of its 30 students, all from poor background cracking the exam.
JNU professor Anand Kumar, contesting from North-east Delhi on an Aam Aadmi Party ticket, feels people`s yearning for change will ensure his victory in the traditional Congress-stronghold that comprises a significant number of Muslim and SC population.
Buoyed by UPSC`s decision to provide additional two chances to aspirants across all categories, mathematician Anand Kumar of Super 30 fame on Tuesday urged for a similar opportunity in examination for qualifying in IITs.
Leading mathematician and founder of Super30 classes Anand Kumar was conferred this year`s prestigious Ramanujan Mathematics Award on Monday at the Eighth National Mathemaics Convention organised by a city-based school.
Describing the education system in the country as `rich-oriented`, founder of Patna-based `Super 30` Anand Kumar strongly advocated that the Joint Entrance Examinations (JEE) of professional institutions should be based on natural talent and creativity rather than the prevailing system.