NEW DELHI: The creator of Super 30 programme, Anand Kumar, will now teach in Delhi government schools that have undergone massive facelift. Delhi education minister Manish Sisodia said that Kumar has agreed to conduct one class per month for students of the city’s government schools. Kumar teaches underprivileged children and prepares them for IIT Entrance Exams. “Am happy to share that Anand Kumar has agreed to conduct one class every month for Delhi Govt school students. This will be an online, virtual classroom for Class 11,12 students of our schools,” Manish Sisodia posted on Twitter. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderOn July 24, Kumar visited a government school in the national capital, during an event organised by the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). Manish Sisodia called Anand Kumar, 46, an inspiration to teachers and students and said “this is what it truly means to be a guru”. Anand Kumar said, “I too had studied in a government school as a child. But today, the condition of government schools across the country has deteriorated to such an extent that there is a huge gap between private school and government schools. But the government schools in Delhi give me hope. These schools are equipped to match upto private schools and I have a desire to learn in the students here. Delhi’s government schools give us a model that needs to be urgently replicated across the country. In fact, I would like to congratulate Manish Sisodia because I have heard great things about Delhi’s education revolution not just in India but abroad Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsas well.” Both Anand Kumar and Education Minister Manish Sisodia attended a Happiness class and closely interacted with the students. Kumar said, “The Happiness Class is extremely beneficial to students. It is clear the children in this school are stress free. This is a positive sign for the children, the school and the country’s future. Schools across the country need to adopt this curriculum. Children learn only when they are meaningfully engaged and interested in school.” Deputy CM Sisodia said, “Students usually want to meet film stars. But today they have the opportunity to meet someone whose life has inspired even the film stars. Anand Kumar has helped students from very humble backgrounds achieve their IIT-JEE dreams. He is a true Guru. His story is a living example of how some people use failure as their ladder to the top through their perseverance, courage and positive attitude to life. We have to aspire to be more like him.” In light of the inspiration that Anand Kumar’s life story provides to both teachers and students, Deputy CM Sisodia announced that the film ‘Super 30’ will be made tax-free status in Delhi, to reach out to larger audiences.