Army coaching helps 9 Kashmiri students crack IIT entrance exam - News


NEW DELHI: Nine youngsters from the Indian Army’s own Super-40 batch in Kashmir — run along the lines of Bihar’s Super-30 — have cleared JEE Advanced, India’s most competitive engineering entrance exam, and are now eligible for admission to the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). The Indian Army, engaged in counter-terror operations in Kashmir and facing young stone-pelters, has been coaching its own Super-40 batch for the last three years to help local children clear the Joint Entrance Exam.

Earlier, 26 local boys and two girls from this year’s batch of the Super-40 had cracked the JEE Mains. Five could not appear in the entrance examination for personal reasons. With 28 out of 35 clearing the JEE Mains, the Super-40 batch’s success rate…

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