Nine Jammu and Kashmir Students, Coached By Army, Crack IIT Exam - News


General Bipin Rawat congratulated the successful ‘Super 40’ students. (Representational)

New Delhi:  While some of their counterparts were pelting stones at security forces in Jammu and Kashmir, 40 students from the valley were quietly undergoing coaching with the Indian Army to crack the Joint Entrance Examination for admission to the Indian Institute of Technology. They studied hard for months, even when Kashmir saw long period of unrest.

And when the results of the JEE-Advanced were declared on June 11, nine of these ‘Super 40’ students were delighted to know they had cracked the engineering entrance test, considered one of the toughest exams in India.

Twenty-eight students, including two women, from the army’s coaching…

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