Guwahati, June 15: Indian Army has always been the torch bearer of nation building. In conformity with its finest traditions, a maiden project “Manipur Super 30” was taken up by Senapati Brigade in Manipur. The project was first of its kind in the NE as a joint venture of Red Shield Division and Centre for Social Responsibility and Leadership (CSRL). Under this project quality coaching and guidance to meritorious and deserving students of Manipur for IIT/JEE was provided and emphasized providing an opportunity and a suitable platform to the economically deprived children of the society.
The pioneer batch of students selected after due process was flagged off to Guwahati in mid-August 2017.The selection process comprised a competitive written test followed by personal interview by the CSRL faculty at Leimakhong. The students were provided with exclusive coaching for IIT/JEE along with free boarding and lodging facility at Guwahati. The guidance by the CSRL faculty and the hard work and dedication of the students has been duly reflected in the IIT/JEE mains result declared on 30 April wherein a total of 16 students passed. The selected students were further trained and guided by the faculty of CSRL for IIT/JEE Advance Exams held on May 20.
Out of 16 students, six students have been nominated for IITs. 10 students have qualified for the prestigious NITs.
“Manipur Super 30” has not only provided a stage for these deserving students to realize their cherished dreams but has helped in making a lasting contribution towards the society. Moreover, being the first batch, the results will also inspire other deserving and meritorious students to further work with zeal and seize the golden opportunity to shape their future through “Manipur Super 30” in years to come. The project has contributed immensely in moulding the youth of Manipur towards a better and bright future. This was stated in a press release.