Students of social welfare hostels excel in JEE Mains
The Andhra Pradesh Social Welfare Residential Education Institutions Society (APSWREIS) has done it again, proving that their SWAEROES (a product of...
The Andhra Pradesh Social Welfare Residential Education Institutions Society (APSWREIS) has done it again, proving that their SWAEROES (a product of social welfare residential school/hostel) are no less than the students of other corporate schools. "Our prodigies, a total of 84 students created history by qualifying for the JEE Mains this year.
These students have the poorest socio-economic background and hail from interior villages," Dr RS Praveen Kumar, secretary, APSWREIS said in a press note released on Tuesday.
According to him, 110 students of Social Welfare Residential Jr. College Nagole, Hyderabad appeared for JEE Mains and 57 of them, 49 boys and 8 girls, cleared it successfully. A Similarly, 27 out of 84 students of Center of Excellence, Karimnagar APSWREI Society, got qualified in JEE Mains. A "They are now more confident of securing a place in the leading NITs and IITs too," Praveen added.