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Vivek Anand Oberoi joined hands with the Cancer Patient Aid Association (CPAA) 18 years ago. Since then, he has helped more than 2.50 lakh children of farmer families living in villages struggling with cancer selflessly. Now the actor has launched an educational campaign, under which financial assistance of Rs 16 crore will be provided to eligible children. This will be of great benefit to the children of farmer families living in villages. This scholarship will help children who are dreaming of cracking JEE and NEET.
Scholarship launched under i30 training program
Vivek explained about the scholarship, “Whenever every child in the village does something big, it leads not only their family, but the whole village. There are many admirable and talented children around us. But they spend higher education and coaching. Unable to lift. Even due to financial difficulties, they are unable to go to the college of choice. “
Vivek added, “I don’t want such talented students to be ignored just because of their place (where they come from). My team and I have taken this initiative to help them achieve their dreams, so that they To go out and make a career. ” The scholarship program has been launched under the i30 (digitization of mathematician Anand Kumar’s Super 30 program) training program.
What is i30 program?
The i30 program uses high quality and progressive modules to teach children in rural India. Under this, 90 virtual learning centers have been opened in small cities, so that students associated with IITs and medical fields can reach the classrooms and study JEE and NEET in affordable costs.