The founder of Bihar's coaching centre Super 30, Anand Kumar, who has helped many students to get through the prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), has left India to deliver a lecture on inclusive education in Abu Dhabi. In the last three years, all 30 students of Super 30 have made it to the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE), drawing worldwide attention. Since 2003, more than 200 students have made it to the IITs. Kumar earlier delivered a talk in Atlanta and San Diego, US in seminars organized by Mathematical Association of America. His speech was well appreciated in IIM-Ahmedabad, and he also addressed the groups of managers of Pizza Hut and KFC.
The lecture in Abu Dhabi has been organized by the Institute of Chartered Accounts of India, and Kumar will give the address Thursday. The institute earlier invited former President APJ Abdul Kalam and former ICICI Bank managing director and CEO KV Kamath. During his visit to Abu Dhabi, Kumar will interact with students and teachers to share his experience of Super 30.