An on­line ed­u­ca­tion plat­form launched for all IIT aspi­rants

Hindustan Times ST (Jaipur) - Hindustan Times (Jaipur) - City - - Front Page - HTC

Anand Ku­mar and his Su­per 30 classes are the stuff that leg­ends are made of. For the last 15 years, Ku­mar has been tak­ing in 30 deserving, but poor stu­dents un­der his wings, and get­ting them through what is ar­guably one of the tough­est en­trance ex­ams in the world – the IIT-JEE. With the ad­vent of tech­nol­ogy, it was a mat­ter of time that this won­der­ful ini­tia­tive was made avail­able not just to 30, but to the thou­sands who can­not af­ford the in­creas­ing tu­ition fees of that the JEE exam de­mands. That is when he met Col Ra­jen­dra Prasad Nadella, who heads one of the fastest grow­ing Edtech com­pa­nies, ischolar Ed­u­ca­tion Ser­vices Pvt Ltd. Ku­mar and Col. Nadella have to­gether launched i30, an on­line and off­line pro­gram where Anand Ku­mar has cre­ated ex­ten­sive and ex­haus­tive prepa­ra­tion con­tent for the JEE Mains and Ad­vanced Exam, through videos, test ques­tions, dis­cus­sion fo­rums, and an Ask An Ex­pert fa­cil­ity. The i30 pro­gram can be ac­cessed 24/7, or even down­loaded. This has been de­signed keep­ing in view the vast num­ber of aspi­rants who do not have the lux­ury of high speed in­ter­net. Priced very com­pet­i­tively (less than `1000 a month), stu­dents across In­dia can ac­cess over 500 hours of high qual­ity class­room videos, over 20,000 ques­tions, and get their doubts cleared from qual­i­fied staff. As Col Nadella puts it, “Deserving stu­dents should not be ex­cluded from the ge­nius of Shri Anand Ku­mar due to fi­nan­cial con­straints.”

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Anand Ku­mar (left) and­col Ra­jen­dra Prasad Nadella (be­low)

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