New Delhi: It is a really success story in Jammu & Kashmir (J&K), India in higher education sector. This success has been possible by the Indian Army. Army’s Super – 40 initiative for coaching the J&K youth for Engineering Entrance Exams broke all previous records when 26 boys and two girls from the state cracked the IIT-JEE Main Exam 2017. Nine students have successfully qualified the IIT Advanced Exam, the results of which were declared on 11 June 17.
Army Chief today (13 June 2017) met and complimented the students from Army’s Super-40 coaching initiative that has been training local children to take Engineering Entrance Examination. This was also the first batch in which five girls from Kashmir valley were coached, out of which two had qualified in the JEE Main.
The coaching is conducted at Srinagar by Army, its training partner Centre for Social Responsibility & Learning (CSRL) and Petronet LNG.