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JEE Advanced 2016 Score: 28 students took the Super 30 crack IIT exam

Cheering Super 30 students celebrate their success with their teacher Anand Kumar (Photo: AP)

Anand Kumar's Super 30 Student has created history again with 28 of 30 candidates qualifying in the JEE Advance Results, announced today eligible for admission into IITs.

It is significant that the successful students from the well-known academy of Anand Kumar are stations of marginal farmers, daily work and small time teachers.

In the residence of Anand Kumar in Patna, the students from socially disadvantaged sections will be provided free coaching along with food and accommodation.

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An exhilarating Anand Kumar said the results were attributed to college students, hard work and sincereity.

“I would have been happier if I had all 30 students. But it can't always be like that. I wish all success for those who have not been able to make it. You will surely do the excel in your chosen fields, ”he added, thanking the entire Super 30 team, their families and the students for the success.

Since its inception in 2002, the establishment has made exceptional results in the JEE exam and its performance has been valued around the world.

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While Bipin Kumar's mother Kumari Chanchala is a teacher in a small private school that is far away in Palamu (Daltonganj), his father Vijay Kumar Gupta is unemployed and the family is barely able to meet both ends.

“After grade 10, I felt like dropping out of college because my family just couldn't afford continuing education. Thinking IIT was just out of the question, ”the boy remembered after telling his parents about his success.

But he's not alone. There are many others like him from uninteresting backgrounds. If one is the son of a daily unskilled worker, another is the son of a private security service or an unemployed person.

“I'm the first person in my family to have continued my studies. My father is completely unaware of what I have been doing, although he always encourages me to go to college, ”said Basant Kumar, a successful candidate.

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Ajit Kumar, whose father Naresh Choudhary sells vegetables in Patna in the Verge, was a happy boy. “Our efforts have been rewarded.

Super 30 is a free-of-cost residential program for students from underprivileged sections of society Anand Kumar said the outcome was expected.

Congratulations to the successful applicants, Kumar said, “I feel for two others who couldn't make it. You also had a lot of hard work. Success or failure doesn't matter. I am confident the remaining two will also be in good institutions to make a mark in life. "

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