Super 30, a free coaching centre in Patna for children from economically weaker sections of society prepare who aspire to get into the prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), has collaborated with a non-resident Indian for financial help.
Obaidur Rahman, a businessman based in Saudi Arabia and chairman of the Bihar Foundation there, has formed an organisation called Rahman 30 which will select 30 students belonging to the minority communities from all over India every year through a screening test.
These children will be coached for free by Patna-based Super 30 founder-director Anand Kumar.
“The main objective is to give the students employable education through rigorous training. This is what is lacking for the minorities. They don’t get quality technical and job-oriented education due to their poor financial condition,” Rahman said, citing various studies.
“Education is the only way one can make meaningful contribution to society as it has the power to change generations as I have seen at Super 30,” added Rahman.
News Source: India Times