He received the award from Professor Roop Kishore Shastri, Vice-Chancellor, Gurukula Kangri Deemed University, Haridwar, at a function in Rath area of Hamirpur district in Uttar Pradesh.
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The award – Rs 10,000 in cash, a bronze medal, a bronze statue of Swami Brahmananda and a certificate – is given each year to those who have done special work in the field of education or for the welfare of cattle. It was established in the name of Swami Brahmananda, a freedom fighter, former MP and a devotee who is known for his self-sacrifice and contribution to education.
Frederick Irina Brewing, a German citizen who has dedicated his life to a sick and abandoned cow in Mathura, received the first Swami Brahmananda Award in 2019 for cow protection.
Brewing, also known as Sudevi Dasi, is also a recipient of the Padma Shri.
In 2020, the award went to educationist Dr Arun Kumar Pandey, who worked to strengthen India’s cultural and educational ties in South Korea.
Anand Kumar, the founder of ‘Super’ 0, said on Monday that he would conduct an examination in March 2022 in the Bundelkhand region of Uttar Pradesh to apply the talents of the coaching program.
Anand Kumar told PTI, “The children have shown a lot of interest in studies. The exams will be held by March next year to use the talent for the Super 300.”
‘Super 30’ is a coaching program at Kumar’s Patna-based Ramanujan School of Mathematics.
According to its website, it seeks out 30 meritorious students from economically backward sections of society and prepares them to clear the exam for admission to the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology (IIT).
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