Super 30 is a coaching program which helps the poor children to get into IITs by providing them free of cost education. Recently, the program has joined hands with the Obaidur Rahman, an NRI for financial help.
Obaidur Rahman is an NRI and chairperson of Bihar foundation in Saudi Arabia. He has formed an organization called Rahman 30, which will select the minority students for training through the screening test. After selection these students will be provided with the free coaching by super 30 founding director Anand Kumar.
"Education is the only way one can make meaningful contribution to society as it has the power to change generations," said Rahman.
Super 30 is an organization whose aim is to help the underprivileged students from various sections of the society so that they are capable of facing the world with more confidence.
Rahaman said "When I see successful students like Arbaz Alam, who got into an IIT despite coming from a very humble background, it inspires me to do more in the field of education for the needy. It is quite refreshing to see professors and students from other countries coming to see Super 30 and understand how it shapes students from underprivileged sections of society. We will also look for needy, passionate and talented students".
According to the survey of MHRD:
- Minorities continue to be at the bottom of all social groups when it comes to getting higher education, with just 4.4 percent enrollment.
- The dropout rate among Muslim community is more than 15 percent, which is why the organization is free of cost.