Jamshedpur: In a drive to nurture budding talents of the city to become engineers an NGO called 'Help Education' is going to start a branch of Super-30 in the city. Under the programme it would seek admission of 30-students in Medical as well as in engineering courses. Also it would bear the expenses of coaching and other facilities that would help students become engineers and doctors in future. Interestingly theses coaching institute would be started till next year.

General Secretary Super -30 Misbahurrahman said this during the 4th merit award giving ceremony which was organised in Dhatkidih Community  Centre located in the city. During the ceremony 34 students which also included city topper,Rishika Kumari a student of St.Joseph schoolwere felicited during the ceremony. Also Rs 1,000 each was given to Mohammad Shahid  a student of MO Academy, Faisal Jamal of Faizal Uloom were given prize of Rs one thousand each while Nagma Naj of Kabir Memorial School was given Rs 1,000 for topping among girls .

(JPN)

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