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Two new 'Ajmal Super 40' campuses to open next year, says Badruddin Ajmal

The two new campuses will be set up in Upper Assam, and Lower Assam.

Two new ‘Ajmal Super 40’ campuses to open next year, says Badruddin Ajmal

Ajmal Super 40 classroom

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  26 Oct 2020 3:46 PM GMT

Lok Sabha MP and All India United Democratic Front, Badruddin Ajmal announced that Ajmal Foundation will set up two more 'Ajmal Super 40' campuses in Assam in 2021.

Ajmal Foundation is a registered public charitable trust, which was founded in the year 2005 at Hojai, Assam. The organisation works in the field of Modern Education, Skill Development & Employment Generation, Women Empowerment, Poverty Alleviation, Relief & Rehabilitation, and Environmental Awareness & Health aid programmes.

The two new campuses will be set up in Upper and Lower Assam. More emphasis will be given to students belonging to Tea Tribes & SC/ST/OBC. An initiative of Ajmal Foundation, Ajmal Super 40 extends academic support and guidance to poor but meritorious students from backward areas of Assam, to help them turn their dreams of becoming doctors and engineers into reality. At present, there is one Ajmal Super 40 campus at Hojai, Assam which was established in 2016.


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