The Winning Partnership

Shri Anandkumar and i30

Almost 100% Success Rate in IIT JEE Exam

Over 13 lakh students appear for IIT JEE (Main) exam every year, attempting to secure a place amongst the 11,000 odd seats available in all the IITs put together. This exam is considered one of the toughest in the world. In this exam, less than 1% succeed due to the enormous syllabus, constantly evolving paper setting patterns and ever-increasing cut-off percentages. A majority of applicants start the preparation almost 2 years in advance. iScholar now presents the never before opportunity in collaboration with Mr.Anand Kumar (Super30) to acquire the right knowledge, at the right time.

For years, aspiring IIT JEE candidates have sought to join the Super30 courseware and learn from its celebrated tutor, but could not do so due to the strict selection criteria for the program. Now this knowledge is brought to you in an easy to adopt and understandable format.

From selling papads to becoming one of the greatest mathematicians of the country.


Anand Kumar was born in Patna, Bihar on 1 January.


Kumar began teaching Mathematics. He rented a classroom for Rs. 500 a month, and began his own institute, the Ramanujan School of Mathematics.


Kumar secured admission in Cambridge University, but could not attend because of his father’s death and financial condition, even after looking for a sponsor.


Started Super30 program, in Patna (Bihar), when a poor student came to him seeking coaching for IIT JEE exam.


Kumar is in the Limca Book of Records for his contribution in helping poor students pass the IIT JEE by providing them free coaching. In the month of March, Discovery Channel broadcasted a one hour documentary on Super30.


Time Magazine selected Super30 in the list of Best of Asia 2010. Also, Mr. Anand Kumar was awarded the S. Ramanujan Award, by the Institute for Research and Documentation in Social Sciences (IRDS) in the month of July.


Since its inceptions in 2003, 450 students have joined Super30 and out of them 391 have made it to the IITs.