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The Indian Army Super 30 initiative for free coaching for underprivileged students begins.

 Indian Army students who qualify will be provided with free accommodation, boarding, and educational facilities by experts from across the world.

The Indian Army has initiated a new Super 30 batch in Srinagar as a humanitarian gesture, with the aim of providing free coaching to underprivileged students in the city for the upcoming National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination (NEET) 2021. The National Integrity and Educational Development Organization, inspired by their efforts, has teamed up with the Indian Army for the Super 30 campaign. According to the latest information, the Indian Army will concentrate on the logistical aspects of the Super 30 programme, while the NIEDO will focus on the teaching aspect with its faculty, training students for NEET 2021. Surprisingly, the Indian Army has already begun classes for these underprivileged students in Haft Chinar, Srinagar.

According to the Indian Army, students who qualify will be provided with free accommodation, boarding, and educational facilities by experts from across the world. The Army also noted that the programme was developed to provide all students with an equal opportunity to apply to prestigious colleges across the country. The Indian Army and Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) firms, for example, have launched the Super 30 initiative to help young aspirants from rural areas dream big and reshape their lives by providing free education coaching and guidance. Several underprivileged students will be given educational guidance and free coaching for a span of twelve months for medical entrance exams for admission to colleges across the world, according to the Army.

Aside from that, the Army, in collaboration with its training partner, the Centre for Social Responsibility and Leadership (CSRL), conducts a state-wide entrance exam for students interested in participating in the Super 30 programme for the NEET exam. On the other hand, although the National Testing Agency (NTA) has not yet announced the exact dates for the NEET 2021 exams, the entrance exam will most likely be held in June or July this year. Students, on the other hand, are eagerly awaiting the exact dates of the tests. Meanwhile, the NEET 2021 dates have not been announced yet. The students await the same, many experts have suggested that the examination may be conducted in June or perhaps even in July. Students however are wanting twice offline exams in June and July/ August 2021. It is now up to the conducting body to decide on it.

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