Japanese Business Group Offers To Tie Up With Anand Kumar of Super 30

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Japanese Group Offers To Set Up School In India in Tie Up With Anand Kumar Atsuhiro Horiuchi, Chairman, board of directors of CGC group of companies of Japan has offered a tie up to Indian educationist Anand Kumar. Anand Kumar is popular in India as founder of Super 30 in Bihar, which is an educational program that grooms underprivileged students for the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology.

Horiuchi has offered to set up a free residential school from class I to XII in India, based on the model of Super 30, to provide holistic education to children, a press release said. CGC, a chain of 220 companies and more than 3000 stores, will bear all the expenses for the school, it said.

Kumar has appreciated the initiative and Horiuchi’s concern for inclusive quality education though he is yet to take a decision on the offer.

Kumar was on a week-long visit on the invitation of Japanese government to explore the emerging prospects for Indian students in Japan.

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