Noted mathematician Anand Kumar, the founding father of Super 30 will develop a course module online to coach students from weak financial backgrounds for the Indian Institute of Technology-Joint entrance exam (IIT-JEE).
Anand Kumar will work with CSC e-governance Services India Ltd to assist prepare students in rural areas for IIT-JEE examination for a fee of Re 1, the e-governance firm said on Wednesday.
“The thrust would get on developing inquisitiveness which is extremely important for science and arithmetic education. With the assistance of CSC, an IIT- JEE entrance examination module is going to be prepared which can be made available to students in rural India in only INR 1,” Kumar said during his online interaction with rural students through common service centres.
CSC e-Governance India Services manages around 3 lakh common service centres across the country that provide government services in the country and small towns. Kumar said he helps students from economically backward sections preparing for IIT JEE by providing study materials and lodging for a year and his mother prepares food for them.
“With the assistance of CSC, we'll prepare online study material for youngsters living in rural areas who cannot afford expensive coaching.
It would guide students through innovative teaching modules to develop their interest in Mathematics and Science subjects at an early age,” he said. Kumar rose to fame after his Super 30 programme to supply coaching to students from underprivileged sections saw phenomenon success.