Army Chief Bipin Rawat felicitating a girl from Jammu and Kashmir who has qualified the Advanced phase.
Army Chief Bipin Rawat on Tuesday met and congratulated the Kashmiri students of Super-40 initiative who cracked the 2017 IIT-JEE examination. The students were trained by the Indian Army itself. The MoS for PMO and Development of North Eastern Region, Jitendra Singh also felicitated the students. Major General RP Kalitha lauded the students for their dedication and hardwork. The whole initiative was conducted under Major General’s supervision only. It is also expected that the total number of students may increase from 40 to 50 in coming years.
Army Chief Bipin Rawat interacting with students from J&K of 'Kashmir Super-40’ who cracked IIT-JEE exams.
Students from J&K of 'Kashmir Super-40’ interacting with Army Chief Bipin Rawat at Defence Ministry in New Delhi on Tuesday.
Among the 40 students, 28 have cleared Mains and 9 Advanced exam 2017.
Super 40 Programme, known as Super 30 in 2013-14, started with the aim of training 30 students from the Valley preparing for IIT main exams
Group photograph of the students from Jammu and Kashmir who have qualified for the IITs/NITs/Regional colleges
Union MoS (Ind Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region and MoS PMO, Jitender Singh felicitating the students from J&K who have qualified for the IITs/NITs/Regional colleges.
Union MoS (Ind Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region and MoS PMO, Jitender Singh in a group photograph with the students from Jammu and Kashmir.