Tokyo University offers scholarship to a student of Super 30

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Tokyo University announces this during a recent discussion between Super 30 and a team of professors of the Japanese varsity. The Tokyo University decides that it will give one chance to one lucky student of Super 30 to pursue higher studies in Japan.

Super 30, set up by Mr.Anand Kumar, as we all know, is a Patna based coaching institute which selects 30 meritorious candidates from economically backward sections of the society and provides free coaching to these students for IIT-JEE. The coaching and other facilities are provided free of charge to these students. It was established in 2002 and is a globally acclaimed institute. More than 300 students have successfully cracked JEE with the path of Super 30.

Till now, many television channels of Japan have broadcasted different programs of Super 30 as well as Mr. Anand Kumar has visited Tokyo University.

As per a daily, various institutes in Japan are trying to offer up to 100 % scholarship to Indian students in order to make education more cost effective for Indian students.

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Moreover, the government of Japan wants more number of students to pursue higher studies in Japan and therefore striving to enhance its academic ties with India. Japan is trying to woo Indian students by reaching out to them by various academic education fairs, etc. their representatives are found stressing on the educational opportunities available in their country.

Around 560 Indian students are studying in Japan currently and Japan is striving to increase this number. Japan is a popular destination for educational and research oppurtunities, as well as to pursue careers.

A big advantage for Indian students to pursue education in Japanese institutes is that most of them have started offering courses in English, so that the language barrier does not come in the way of the students’ decision to think beyond the traditionally favored options of foreign education such as the United States (US), United Kingdom (UK), etc.

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