Founder of 'Super 30' institute Anand Kumar has been invited to deliver a lecture at the three-day World Innovation Summit for education, scheduled to be held in Doha from November 1.
"It will be matter of pride for me to speak and share my innovations and experiences in teaching. This is an honour for the state and the country. I am happy that people around the world now acknowledge 'Super 30'. I will be happy to go anywhere in the world if it concerns education," Anand said while reacting to the news.
Anand will speak on the topic 'New ways of improving education for the masses'. Two more experts - Youth Engineering Society president Alexander Karpov and Poland's renowned biologist Grzegorz Lorek - will participate in the session, 'Super 30' sources said on Friday.
The conference will be attended by 150 speakers, including education ministers, scientists, policy makers, CEOs and academicians from different parts of the globe apart from 1,400 participants.
The event will dwell on how innovations in education are bringing about change and what more needs to be done.
Anand has received acclaim for his innovative 'Super 30' institute, which has so far helped 236 students, mostly from poor and rural background, to crack the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE).