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NIT Adityapur offering Free Coaching to Underprivileged Students of Classes VIII to XII

Nov 7, 2013 03:03 IST

    To facilitate knowledge support to engineer aspirants belonging out of mainstream communities, National Institute of Technology of Adityapur region has commenced to offer coaching classes free of charge, for students of both genders of the adjoining villages.

    This initiative is a part of NIT’s social responsibility programme proposed by Centre for Community Welfare of NIT. The students of Class VIII upto Class XII of nearby villages are invited to take free coaching intended to train students for competitive exams mandatory to enter engineering colleges.

    This free coaching scheme is to start from November 1. Ram Babu Kodali, Director of NIT mentioned that this education scheme will provide chance to deprived students to study in NIT.

    From adjacent villages as Asangi, Ichhapur, Krisnpur and Bergidih, bright students are expected to reach for this scheme.

    Dr Rajiv Bhusan, professor in charge, (media relations) said that the Director of NIT Is enthusiastic for serving the local community in a fruitful way, hence, the coaching classes are planned for the underprivileged students of nearby local villages.

    Focus would be laid on enrolling both genders in the same ratio in order to offer them equal opportunity for shaping their future, as announced by the college administration.

     ‘Sankalp’ is a team formed by NIT students. It carries out role of empowering students of remote areas and those from economic background by organizing tuition classes for youngsters of pre, primary, and secondary schools.

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