A webinar on the topic ‘Tricks & Tips for IIT/JEE & NEET exam’ was recently organised by Aligarh Muslim University Alumni Association Qatar (AMUAAQ), an associate organisation of Indian Community Benevolent Forum under the aegis of the Embassy of India on Zoom.
The key speaker on the occasion was Anand Kumar, founder of Super-30. The webinar was moderated by Dr Ashna Nusrat and was attended by guests of honour namely; Obaidur Rahman, speaker, and Sujeet Kumar, Additional Commissioner Delhi Income Tax. Almost 850 people attended the online webinar via Zoom and Facebook livestream.
Anand said that the date of IIT/JEE and NEET exam should not be changed as the government has already prepared to conduct it by following the precautionary measures of Covid-19 and ministry of education has already made the proper arrangement at the centres.
He also mentioned that the examinations were previously postponed two/three times that is why it is necessary to save the academic session for the prepared aspirants.
As per Kumar, the standard of the questions should be based on Class XI and XII instead of Olympiad level. It will help poor students to crack this exam by doing self-study.
He said that many students complain that they are fully engaged with school and coaching classes and do not get the sufficient time for self-study. He suggested that self-study is very important to understand and make the preparation perfect. The students can take the advantage of the pandemic for self-study and make use of the available online materials.
Anand also answered many important questions useful for the students.
Jawed Ahmad, the president of the AMU Alumni Association Qatar, welcomed the distinguished guests, media personnel, community leaders, and online audience. Sujeet Kumar said that he felt great to be a part of this important webinar and appreciated AMU alumni for organising it.
Obaidur Rahman also appreciated AMU alumni team and its president for organising the webinar. He said that he is very much inspired with Anand’s Super-30 pattern and has founded Rahman-30 in association with Super-30 to coach the weaker section of students for the examination. Shahabuddin Ahmad, chairman Bazm e Sadaf, lauded AMU Alumni Association for their valuable contribution towards Indian community and highlighted the role of Super-30 and Rahman-30.
Mohammed Farman Khan, AMUAAQ general secretary, started the programme with the recitation of the Holy Qur’an. Mohammed Faisal Naseem, AMUAAQ vice-president, extended the vote of thanks.
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