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“Super 50” initiatives by The Ministry Of Tribal Affairs in Collaboration with Pace Educational Trust

“Super 50” initiatives by The Ministry Of Tribal Affairs in Collaboration with Pace Educational Trust
August 12
17:02 2019

Understanding the Importance of Education, The Ministry Of tribal Affairs in Collaboration with Pace Educational Trust started with “Super 50” in which top meritorious tribal students from Maharashtra are being provided quality education for the preparation of National Level Engineering and Medical Entrance Exams, schooling in CBSE affiliated school, and lodging & boarding on campus. 15,000 students from the tribal culture Across Maharashtra appeared for the entrance exam out of which “Super 50” students were selected. Rigorous

“Residential Training” for 50 brilliant minds and particularly for the students who are seeking guidance for the entrance exams like IIT JEE / NEET /AIIMS will be provided by the school. Our batch of super 50 reported at “Vagad Pace Global School” on 4 th August, 2019. Principal Secretary of Tribal Development Department, Smt. Manisha Verma; Managing Director Mr. Praveen Tyagi; Chairman Dr. Nagji Keshavji Rita and all the Trust Board Members sent their blessings and best wishes.

The Principal Mrs. Monika Kapoor stimulated the young minds about the beginning of wonderful preparation journey for their bright future ahead at Vagad Pace Global School. The School Management and staff looks forward to shaping these intellectual minds with the best of educational resources and its unique teaching pedagogy.

Author: A. Dhanu

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