Continuing its success run consecutively for the fifth year, 24
students out of the total 30 Rahmani 30 students have qualified
for Joint Entrance Examination (JEE)-Adnavced 2013 after clearing the new pattern of the
entrance exam for admission to the IITs JEE - Main.
The JEE-Main exam was held on April
07, 2013 the results of which are declared today.
Besides them, o4 students who had
appeared in the last year's exam but failed in getting admission
have also qualified for the JEE-Advanced 2013.
A total of 1.5 lakh students from
all across the country qualified in the first stage of the
entrance examinations for the Indian Institutes of Technology.
After qualifying the Joint Entrance
Examination (JEE) Main, these 1.5 lakh will now appear in the JEE
Advanced, scheduled to be held June 2.
The JEE is being conducted in two parts for the first time from
The first batch of Rahmani-30,
managed by the Rahmani Foundation of Munger, had got 100% success.
Brainchild of Maulana Syed Mohammad
Wali Rahmani, Rahmani-30 was launched in July 2008. It provides
free coaching to poor Muslim students from government schools for
In its first batch it created
history when all its ten students who appeared for the IIT-JEE
2009 cleared the coveted exam.
The results were surprising as all
of these ten students were from poor family backgrounds and had
completed their 10+ exams from Municipal primary schools.
Rahmani 30 along with IIT-JEE also
provide free coaching to poor students for Chartered Accountant
Though headquartered in Patna,
Rahmani 30 has branch offices in other parts of the country. A
week back it had decided to open a branch in Mumbai.
JEE-Main and JEE-Advanced are the
newer version of the earlier IIT-JEE, the joint entrance exam for
admission to IITs.
Indian Institute of Technology (IITs)
are the premier engineering institutes that give admissions only
after the entrance tests.
The percentage of Muslims in the
IITs so far is very poor.