Amid COVID-19, Janata curfew, math connects Super 30 founder to students

Anand Kumar said that the students enjoyed solving the problem and asked him for many more such interesting equations

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The Patna-based ‘Super 30,’ launched in 2002 has helped more than 500 students from financially poor backgrounds to crack competitive examinations and a Hrithik Roshan-starrer biopic on Kumar’s life also released last year. Photo: @teacheranand/Twitter

What turned out to be a fun Sunday (March 22) for students across the country amid ‘Janata curfew’ in view of the coronavirus outbreak, ‘Super 30’ founder Anand Kumar challenged children to solve a mathematics question via social media.

Kumar, posted a maths problem on his Twitter and Facebook for students from class 6 to 12. “Hundreds of replies have come within hours. Many solved the problem through different approaches. After going through the answers, I will give them tips to solve a more complicated sum in an easier way,” he told PTI.

According to the responses which Kumar got for the question — “mathemagic” and “absolute fun” – he said that the students enjoyed solving the problem and asked him for many more such interesting equations.

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“I wish to stay connected with my students and they also should use this time in a productively. With schools and colleges shut in most parts of the country, I will upload some videos on Mathematics on the social media in the coming days,” the ‘Super 30’ founder said.

The Patna-based ‘Super 30,’ launched in 2002 has helped more than 500 students from financially poor backgrounds to crack competitive examinations and a Hrithik Roshan-starrer biopic on Kumar’s life also released last year.

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