With the increasing number of coronavirus cases in India, the government of India is working hard to tackle the situation. Due to the lockdown, all education institutions have been closed and several exams have been postponed. To combat such problems, Super 30 founder Anand Kumar has started teaching problems via social media.
Since Janata Curfew (22 March), Anand Kumar is sharing Mathematics problem with his students and asked them to solve. However, he has also shared the solution of the question.
He is uploading the question on Twitter and Facebook accounts for students of classes 6 to 12.
Check out the answer of the question:
With these questions, Anand Kumar has started a Mathematics challenge in which he asked students to solve the questions.
Super 30 founder also sharing the answer to the question that he asked on his social media account.
If you are also Maths lover then check out the Maths challenge started by famous teacher Anand Kumar…
Congrats to all of you for sending the solution so fast and correctly. Tomorrow morning we will meet again with more challenging problems.#Covid_19india #COVID19outbreak #coronavirusindia #CoronaUpdatesInIndia #StayAtHomeSaveLives #StayHomeIndia pic.twitter.com/S2BZJJdXVS— Anand Kumar (@teacheranand) March 24, 2020
I have never been away from students for such a long time. So I thought of reaching them through social media so that I stay connected with students and they also productively use this time. Students, now I will ask you a question and you have to answer. #Coronaindia pic.twitter.com/R9e51BdAFN— Anand Kumar (@teacheranand) March 22, 2020
There is no dearth of talent in our country. I was overwhelmed with replies and just a short time. Some people also asked white it so happens. Now you understand it in detail. #Covid_19india #COVID19outbreak #coronavirusindia #CoronaUpdatesInIndia pic.twitter.com/pYdCwenLij— Anand Kumar (@teacheranand) March 23, 2020
Earlier on March 21, Anand Kumar also urged people to take coronavirus seriously and stay indoors.
Anand Kumar started his Super 30 batch in 2002 and helped more than 500 students from a poor background, who want to crack competitive examinations like IIT, JEE, etc.
It was his popularity that inspired Hrithik Roshan to play his character in his biopic ‘Super 30’.