ONGC Super 30 has achieved great success in 2017-18 academic year, with seven students being selected for the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). Out of the 30 students, seven students were selected for admission in IITs, six students in NIT Silchar, six students in Assam Engineering College (AEC), one in IIIT Gwalior, one in IIEST Kolkata, one in Jorhat Engineering College (JEC), three students in Tezpur University and others in various Universities and Colleges.
ONGC Super 30 is a residential Coaching Programme at Sivasagar instituted in 2013 in association with Centre for Social Responsibility and Leadership (CSRL), New Delhi, under which 30 academically brilliant students from economically underprivileged families are selected every year and provided 11 months free residential coaching for IIT-JEE and other Engineering Entrance Examinations.
This set of students was the 4th batch of Super 30 students. The students are selected from various schools through comprehensive selection test comprising of written test and interview. The academic session 2017-18 started from July 2017 and continued till the exam of JEE Advance.
At the institute the students are provided free residential stay, food, medical care, coaching and guidance. It is designed to solicit undivided attention from the students for cracking the JEE. Academic support is provided through classroom teaching by experienced faculty, regular tests and mock tests and performance evaluation of the students.
SD Maske, ED-Asset Manager, ONGC Assam Asset congratulating the students said that as a responsible corporate citizen, it’s a humble initiative of ONGC to support the bright and underprivileged students from the economically weak strata of the society to crack IIT-JEE.
Maske mentioned that the result of ONGC Super 30 gives a clear indication that students from Assam have immense potential to compete with the best in the country. It is important to provide the meritorious students right platform, guidance and encouragement.