'Super 30' fame Ramanujan School of Mathematics (RSM), that helps poor but academically bright students from Bihar villages to enter IITs, has partnered with US-based Bhai Jaitajee Foundation (BJF) to provide an opportunity to poor children in Punjab to become a part of their programme. For the first time, Super 30 has moved out of Bihar and is organizing an entrance test for Punjab students on June 5, the last date of applying for which is May 25. Anand Kumar, Founder of RSM, reported that RSM is committed to ensure that equal opportunity is provided to Punjab students on merit basis. He mentioned that in addition to Bihar, tests are being conducted in Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Jharkhand. Any student of Class 11 or 12 (non-medical) or those who have already passed Class 12 (in 2009 and 2010), with parent's income not more than INR 200,000 per annum can sit for this test.