Rahmani-30 gets 100% results in IIT-JEE 2009
Submitted by admin3 on 25 May 2009 - 10:46am.
By TwoCircles.net Staff Correspondent,
Patna: The first batch of Rahmani-30, the free coaching centre
of IIT-JEE for Muslim students, has got 100% results in IIT-JEE
2009. Rahmani-30,establis hed by Rahmani Foundation of Munger
under the guidance of Mr. Abhayanand (ADGP) came into existance
last year for Muslim aspirants for IIT-JEE. Rahmani-30 coached
10 students in the first batch who appeared in IIT-JEE 2009.
The results of IIT-JEE 2009 declared today brought smiles on the
faces of Rahmani-30's students, teachers and administration. All
the 10 students of Rahmani-30 qualified this exam with flying
Sr.No. Name of the Students
Md. Alishan Mustafa
Md. Akram Saba
Md. Abshar Alam
Md. Haseeb Raza
Poor Muslim students of Bihar crack IIT entrance test
Submitted by admin4 on 25 May 2009 - 3:44pm.
Patna : All the 10 poor Muslim students enrolled in a special
coaching institute for the community have passed the highly
competitive Indian Institute of Technology-Joint Entrance
Examination (IIT-JEE), the institute announced here Monday.
"All 10 of our students are from poor families. They and their
parents had never dreamt that one day they will be able to get
into the IITs," said Shabbirul Hoda, spokesperson of the Rahmani
Rahmani 30 was launched last year to select talented Muslim
students from poor families and provide them with free coaching,
food and accommodation so that they can focus on passing the
"I am very excited that I have been selected for admission to
IIT. It is a big day for me and my family," said Shahbaz Haider,
one of the successful students.
The coaching institute was modelled on the lines of the much
publicised Super 30, which was a successful experiment by
Bihar's Additional Director General of Police Abhyanand, who
coached and helped 30 students from poor families to join the
Abhyanand began working for Rahmani 30 after disassociating
himself from Super 30. The first batch of his new institute has
now achieved 100 percent success.
"It was a different experiment but proved successful. My focus
was to help students from the Muslim community who are
educationally and economically backward," Abhyanand told IANS.
Though Rahmani 30 was started and financially supported by the
Rahmaniya Foundation, a Muslim voluntary organisation based in
Munger district, Abyanand was the person who motivated, guided
and supervised the students.
The police officer said the idea of coaching Muslim students
struck him because for the first time last year Super 30's
successful students included Muslim students.