The year 2017 adds another feather of academic excellence and perpetual success in Rahmani 30’s cap.
The Institute, that aims at preparing economically weak Muslim boys for entrance into the various engineering colleges across the country, has achieved an impressive ranking of 60 in OBC and 506, in general, this year.
“This year, 75 students successfully competed for the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). 57% of the students of our Patna centre have qualified for the tough exam. The percentage has escalated to a whopping 88% in 2017”, said Mr Atul, Programme co-ordinator at Rahmani 30.
Looking at their accomplishments over the last few years, their success seems to have only multiplied. In 2009, only 10 students succeeded in JEE Mains, where the number rose to 56 in 2015 and escalated to an impressive 120 in 2017. So far, the institute has successfully helped 376 students clear the MAINS exam.
“In West Bengal JEE, there has been a 100% achievement with a 1st, 3rd, 7th and 8th rankings. Similarly, 100% achievement has also been obtained in Indian Maritime University”, Mr. Atul added.
Similar is the case in the Educational Olympiad as well.More than 100 countries participate in the competition, and selection into this competition is difficult to crack. This year, 61 students have been awarded this selection, thanks to Ramani 30. Last year, 96 students managed to bag the honour.
Rahmani 30 dates back to 2007 when it was established by Maulana Muhammad Wali Rahmani, the then general secretary of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board. It was established in collaboration with Bihar’s former director-general of police, Mr Abhayanand.
The primary aim of this coaching institute is to provide preparation to Muslim students from financially weak backgrounds for the competitive exams for entrance to various engineering colleges, including IITs. The institute has four centres in total, two in Patna and one each in Mumbai and Hyderabad.
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Every year, 120 students are selected into the institute after a rigorous entrance test and interview. Rahmani 30 leaves no stone unturned in making the dreams of these students a reality.
Like most of the instructors, Abhayanand teaches in the Institute without any remuneration. He teaches physics and mathematics in the coaching.