Kashmir Super 30 Medical Project, 2018

Kashmir Super 30 Medical Project, 2018

Blessings come in all shapes and sizes. In the holy month of Ramzan, and very near to Eid, Indian Army gifts a bunch full of joys wrapped with opportunities, to the youth of Kashmir. The initiative to develop Super 30 programme from engineering to the field of medical has become a reason for the smile on the face of thousands of students; adding splendid joy to the festive occasion.

Super 30, the initiative by Anand Kumar, a mathematician, aims at providing entrance exam coaching for IIT-JEE to support the economically unprivileged students.  He is recognized world-wide for his mentor-ship and efforts.

A similar platform, Kashmir Super 40, was adopted by Indian Army for the student of Kashmir to help them achieve educational success. The initiative began in 2013 in collaboration with the Center for Social Responsibility and Learning (CSRL) and Petronet LNG Ltd. (PLL), solely for engineering students as “Kashmir Super-40”. The project was a big success. In 2017, 28 students from Super 40 had cracked IIT-JEE Mains exam while 9 got into IIT.

IIT/JEE in Kashmir

 

After the triumph of engineering project, the Indian Army inaugurated “Kashmir Super 30” on 12th June 2018 for medical aspirants in the valley. The entrance exam coaching programme for NEET is being managed by an NGO, National Integrity and Educational Development Organisation (NIEDO), based in Kanpur. The NGO will avail teachers for academics while the Indian army manages the overall logistics, administration and infrastructure of the programme with the funding from Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL).

Super 30 Medical in Kashmir

 

“I will be very happy to see you all joining the medical colleges across India next year”, says Chinar Corps Commander as he applauds, compliments and wishes luck to the selected students of Kashmir Super 30 for their final training period of 12 months. The selection process that began after signing the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on 15th March 2018 was lengthy and yet vigorous. NIEDO conducted a written test for over 14,000 applicants lead by an interview and screening test for 170 shortlisted students. They were finally able to select 30 skilled, bright and aspiring students from the huge crowd of enthusiastic candidates of Kashmir Valley. The fact that so many students were looking forward to career opportunities in medicine was inspiring. The whole procedure turned out to be one of the best event to be held during Ramzan.

Indian Army in Kashmir

 

We whole-heartedly thank our Indian Army for their support and productive vision for our future as they take another initiative in the field of academic development of Kashmir. The Kashmir Super 40 project have proved to be an effective tool in transforming the society and we hope the same from Kashmir Super 30 as well. We believe that the endeavour will infuse a new ray of hope in the lives of under-privileged students. It will not only help them in recognising their talents but also make them able for better employment opportunities. At New Age Kashmir we cherish the efforts of Kashmiri people, Army and look forward to more generative developmental ideas.