Japanese business group plans free residential school in India

A Japanese business group has offered to set up a free residential school in India, based on the model of Super 30, an educational programme which grooms underprivileged students for the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology.
Atsuhiro Horiuchi, Chairman, board of directors of CGC group of companies of Japan has offered a tie up to Indian educationist Anand Kumar, who runs the Super 30 programme in Bihar and requested him to spearhead the school project.
Horiuchi said he wants to develop a school from Class I to XII in India on the lines of Super 30 as a free residential school to provide holistic education to children

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