The concluding ceremony of the Super 30 College Competition took place here on Monday.
“There is no proper infrastructure here for students to prepare for higher competitive exams, so we want to give them a platform through college competitions to help them prepare for such exams,” said one of the organisers. “The Super 30 college competition was organised by conducting exams of three thousand students in different areas here. After the exam, 30 students who had high scores were given awards here,” said Dr Bhiren Singh Gautam Chancellor of Shri Krishna University, Chhatarpur, Madhya Pradesh, who participated in the concluding ceremony.
“The confidence of the students is very high and I hope that they will crack civil services or other exams someday,” he added.
A student, Aasia Zabin said, “3,000 students participated in this exam. This type of competition gives confidence to students who want to take the civil services exam. I feel happy that I also won a prize today.”
Rizwan, who got consolation prize said, “This is a great platform for students to prepare for future exams, especially the civil services exam. I got a consolation prize and the top three students got the winners’ prize.”