Super 30 is a highly ambitious and innovative educational programme running under the banner of ‘Ramanujan School of Mathematics’. It hunts for 30 meritorious talents from among the economically backward sections of the society
and shapes them for India’s most prestigious institution – the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). In the last seven years, it has produced hundreds IITians from extremely poor background. During this programme students are provided absolutely free coaching, lodging and food.
In view of growing demand, ‘Super 30’, has decided to increase its reach and access. This year, admissions will not be confined to students of Bihar only. Apart from Bihar, it will be open to students from other states of the country. The procedure of admission will, however, remain the same through test.
For Maharashtra, first test will be conducted in Jalna on 18 May at Krushi Vugyan Kendra, Kharpudi, Jalna. The application forms are available at St Krushi Vigyan Kendra, Kharpudi, Jalna.
For Nagpur, the date of test is May 19, and test centre is, Cummins College of Engineering for Women, Hingna, Nagpur. Free transportation will be provided for those who will appear for examination from MKSSS Devnagar Campus.
The application forms are available at the test centre. In the one hour examination, students will be asked objective questions, 10 from Physics, 10 from Chemistry and 10 from Mathematics. The test will be conducted in two batches; the first basic batch is for students appearing for 10th standard. And for advance batch students of 11th and 12th will be eligible.