Forty-one boys and two girls of Kashmir, studied under the Super-30 programme have cracked the IIT-JEE Mains Exam.
The Super-30 programme is run by the Indian Army and the central government. The programme aims to uplift the social responsibility and learning among students of Kashmir.
The programme provides free coaching to Kashmiri students from economically weaker sections.
15 Corps of the Indian Army: 41 boys & 2 girls of Kashmir Super-30 programme run by Army and Centre for Social Responsibility & Learning, have cracked IIT-JEE Mains Exam. The programme provides free coaching to Kashmiri students from economically weaker sections. pic.twitter.com/i1PhuAAmbX— ANI (@ANI) May 10, 2019
15 corps of the Indian Army take coaching classes and educate the students who belong to the disturbed areas of Kashmir.
The students being taught by Indian Army officials are outshining at the various platform. This year, the students of Army Goodwill schools in Jammu and Kashmir had scored 100 per cent pass result in CBSE Class 10 exams.
Apart from neutralizing and fighting terrorism, the Indian Army is playing a huge role in providing facilities and education to the children of Jammu and Kashmir.
Under the Sadbhavana project, the Army provides education to more than 15000 students and also employs around 1000 teaching and non-teaching staff in the Northern Command itself.