|Ajmal Super 40 launched|
NAGAON, Dec 25 - To help poor meritorious students of the region so that they can crack engineering and medical entrance examinations such as JEE, BITSAT, NEET, AIIMS etc., the Ajmal Foundation, a known NGO of the nation, launched a dream project titled, ‘Ajmal Super 40’. Ajmal Foundation believes that there is no dearth of talents in the North-east region in general and Assam in particular. But due to lack of proper guidance, the talented students from the region are not able to pass these exams. That is why Ajmal Foundation has taken up this project and students enrolled in this programme are being given intensive and integrated coaching for board examinations as well as professional courses.
This project was launched formally by Badruddin Ajmal, Member of Parliament and CEO of Ajmal Foundation on December 20 at the auditorium of Pioneer hostel of Ajmal College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Hojai. Deputy Commissioner of Hojai district Manabendra Pratap Singh also graced the occasion
Meanwhile, Salma Begum and Anjuma Khatoon have bagged the first class first and second position respectively in BEd examination conducted by Gauhati University. Both are students of Nazir Ajmal Memorial College of Education, Hojai run by the Ajmal Foundation.