Ajmal Foundation, a public charitable trust has been undertaking a number of socio welfare activities in Assam over the years.
This time around, Ajmal Foundation based in Hojai district of Assam has introduced the ‘Ajmal Super 40 Project’.
Under this project, the poor and meritorious students from ST, SC, OBC and minority communities, who secure 85 per cent and more in High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) or other equivalent examinations and whose family income is not more than Rs 1.5 lakh per annum are selected through an entrance examination for two years free intensive integrated coaching for JEE/IIT-NEET/AIIMS Examinations.
The students are imparted plus two education and committed coaching by well experienced and well trained reputed teachers from across the country in an ideal residential environment where free food, lodging, study materials, uniforms and a monthly stipend of Rs 500 are provided by Ajmal Foundation.
The result of High School Leaving Certificate and Assam High Madrassa Examination will be declared on May 25.
As such the Ajmal Super 40 Test is scheduled to be held on May 29at 11 am in the following two locations:
- Ajmal College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Hojai for male candidates.
- Maryam Ajmal Women’s College of Science and Technology, Hojai for female candidates.
Ajmal Foundation has asked all the meritorious students coming from backward classes and weak financial background securing 85 per cent marks or above to avail this wonderful opportunity.