On 12 December 2018, a long interaction with Bhutan’s senior officials was announced by Anand Kumar and after that, for the poor students of Bhutan, the Super 100 program was announced on the basis of Super 30.
Now Bhutan will also run a free program for the poor students of their country, being influenced by the well-known institution Super 30 for preparing for the entrance examination of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in India. Anand Kumar will be the founder of this.
According to information provided by Anand, Lahotta Jamba, president of Information Technology Gyalokojing College, Royal University of Bhutan invited Anand to Bhutan.
Under this program, there is a plan to select 100 students for information technology in Gayaloposing College, Bhutan’s top technical institute. Lahoto Jamba said that he was in touch with Anand Kumar for the last five years. He said, “The Super 100 program for Bhutan will be a huge success.” Anand has proven his talent in the field of education in the last few years and this is the reason that we have urged people to help him.
Anand said with this proposal, “It is a great honor for me to join any academic program anywhere for the benefit of the students. I am basically a teacher and if the kids of the country and the world have to give some knowledge, So I feel proud of myself.
We all know that free preparation of IIT’s admission test is done in Patna Super 30. In this institute, 30 such children are selected, who come from economically weaker families. All types of arrangements are given to the children so that they can complete their studies by heart. Over the last 18 years, more than 30 to 400 students have been successful in the entrance examination of IIT.
In the super 100 program of Bhutan, Anand said that it is a great honor for me to join any academic program anywhere for the benefit of the students. I am basically a teacher and if I have to give some knowledge to the children of the country and the world, then I feel proud of myself.