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74 OIL Super 30 students register success in 2016 IIT-JEE Advanced
Tuesday June 14, 2016 5:37 PM, News Network

[OIL Super 30 successful students of 2015 batch in a file photo.]

A total of 74 students who underwent free coaching under OIL Super 30, a CSR project launched by Oil India Limited (OIL), have registered success in the IIT-JEE Advanced 2016, results of which were declared on Sunday.

"OIL Super 30, which is one of the most impactful CSR projects of Oil India Limited (OIL) under Education, witnessed 74 out of 150 students in the batch qualify the most prestigious IIT-Advance entrance examination in the country", Jayant Bormudoi of OIL said.

Oil India Limited (OIL) had instituted the CSR project, OIL Super 30, in 2010, with its first centre at Guwahati. Under the project, each year, 150 students (with 30 students at each centre) of economically disadvantaged families are provided 11 months free residential coaching for IIT-JEE & other Engineering entrance examinations.

The OIL Super 30 project is wholly supported by Oil India Limited, India’s second largest National Exploration & Production Company and is implemented by Centre for Social Responsibility and Leadership (CSRL), New Delhi, across 5 centres of Guwahati, Jorhat and Dibrugarh in Assam, Jodhpur in Rajasthan and Itanagar in Arunachal Pradesh.

Among the successful candidates are 29 students from OIL Super 30 Jodhpur centre, 15 and 12 students are from Jorhat and Diburgarh centres whereas 11 and 7 students have been succeful from Itanagar and Guwahati OIL Super 30 centres.

Similarly, a total of 46 students, who studied at Rahmani 30 and Rahmani Wave, Patna, Bihar, MS Academy-Rahmani 30 Hyderabad and Anjuman-e-Islam Rahmani 30 Mumbai, have cracked the 2016 JEE Advanced results of which were declared on Sunday.

OIL Super 30 and Rahmani both were launched on the pattern of 'Super 30'. Super 30 is an educational program started in Patna, Bihar under the banner of 'Ramanujan School of Mathematics', by Anand Kumar. Established in 2002, the program selects 30 meritorious and talented candidates each year from economically backward sections of society and trains them for the IIT-JEE, the entrance examination for Indian Institute of Technology.
After cracking this highly competitive test, all these students have now become eligible for admission to Indian Institute of Technology (IITs), considered as India's top notch engineering institutions.

Launched in 2010 by Syed Muhammad Wali Rahmani with the active support of Former Bihar DGP Abhyanand, Rahmani Foundation is running free coaching classes for poor students of the Muslim community. The propgram was first launched in Patna, and later extended to the cities like Mumbai and Hyderabad.

So far Rahmani Foundation has been successful in sending more than 182 Muslim students from economically weaker families to IITs, NITs and other such premium institutions.

Rahmani Wave was launched in July 2013 to accommodate the students who failed Rahmani-30 entrance test, but had enough talent to crack the IIT JEE.

The result has once again underlined the fact that, with proper opportunity, even students from poor families can reach the prestigious IITs.

A total of 1,55,948 candidates had registered for JEE Advanced 2016. Out of them 1,47,678 candidates appeared in the test held on Sunday May 22, 2016 for entry into the coveted Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). In all 36,566 candidates were declared qualified for admission to IITs. Of the 36,566 who qualified, 4,923 students will be undergoing the preparatory programme at IITs.

Genderwise, 1,25,928 Male candidates had registered for the JEE Advanced 2016, but 1,19,900 candidates appeared for the test. Out of them 31,996 Male candidates have been declared qualified.

Total number of Female candidates who registered for the JEE Advanced 2016 is 30,020. Out of them 27,778 Female candidates sat for the test, of them only 4,570 female candidates have been declared successful.

Aman Bansal of Jaipur ranked 1st whereas Bhavesh Dhingra of Yamuna Nagar (Haryana) and Kunal Goyal of Jaipur have ranked 2nd and 3rd respectively in the All India Rank (AIR) list.

Riya Singh of Kota, Rajasthan has ranked 1st in the Common Rank List (CRL) in Female category. Her All India Rank (AIR) is 133.

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