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Thursday, May 27, 2010 09:33:47 AM, TCN News
Abhayand (in middle) with successful students and faculty of Rahmani 30
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Patna: Trying hard to repeat last year’s success, Rahmani-30 coaching centre for Muslim IIT aspirants has secured 33% results this year in IIT-JEE. However, the ranks of its successful students this year are higher than those of last year.
According to the results of IIT-JEE 2010, announced at 8 am yesterday, of the total 12 students of Rahmani-30 who had appeared in the April 11 test, four have qualified for admissions in IIT.
“The result of IIT-JEE-2010 is out now and by the grace of Almighty Allah, students of Rahmani 30 have once again proven with their success that strong will and sincere labour can let one achieve any goal easily", Rahmani-30 release said.
"Supported by commendable and efficient efforts of Shri Abhyanand Ji, ADGP (Academic Head of Rahmani 30) and able faculty members and under graceful supervision and care of prominent Islamic scholar Hazrat Maulana Mohammad Wali Rahmani (Chairman, Rahmani Foundation, Khanqah Munger), the students of the institution have made themselves among selected ones of one of the most prestigious and toughest competitive examinations of the country,” it added.
The first batch of Rahmani-30, managed by the Rahmani Foundation of Munger, had got 100% success. Rahmani-30 was launched in July 2008 and the first batch appeared in IIT-JEE in April 2009. There were 10 students in the first batch. But the result of the second batch comprising 12 students, is not satisfactory, at least according to the popular expectation. However, Maulana Wali Rahmani, the patron of Rahmani-30 and Abyanand, ADGP, and the Academic Head of Rahmani-30, are satisfied with the results of their hard work.
“As usual we are very happy with the efforts we have made and with whatever results we have got,” said Abhyanand.
On why only one-third of the students of Rahmani-30 got success this year, the senior police officer of Bihar said: “Last year, the results were including the extended merit list. But this year none of our students is in the extended list. That’s why the results this year are more realistic.”
Talking to media, Maulana Wali Rahmani expressed happiness over the results and congratulated Abhayanand and the faculty for the success.
Rahmani-30 can feel satisfied with the fact that the ranks of the successful students this year are much higher compared to the last year.
Of 10 successful students of Rahmani-30 in 2009, six were in the extended list. Among the rest four, two had ranks above 6000 and two others between 1900-2000.
This year, however, none of the four successful candidates is in the extended list. Moreover, only one has a rank above 4007.
The successful students thanked God for their success and gave credit for it to their teachers, parents and friends. They specially thanked Abhayanand and Maulana Wali Rahmani for their guidance and patronship.
Rahmani Foundation launched Rahmani-30 under the guidance of Abhayanand (ADGP) for meritorious but poor Muslim aspirants for IIT-JEE. The Patna-based Rahmani-30 is a residential coaching institute that offers tuition, food and lodging facilities free of cost to the selected Muslim students who want to opt for IIT.
Rahmani-30 conducted its first entrance test for selection of candidates on July 20, 2008. The test was held in 13 districts in Bihar including Patna, Gaya, Munger, Kishanganj, Katihar and Muzaffarpur. A total of 2,300 students had appeared in the entrance test.
The first batch consisted class XII pass-outs and was coached for one year. But from 2010 Rahmani-30 has started a new two-year batch for class X pass-outs, besides ongoing one-year program for class XII pass-outs. The coaching classes of both of these programs for the current session have already started.
In July 2008, Rahmani-30 was started in Bihar only. However, now it has opened its branches in Jharkhand, West Bengal and Maharashtra.
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