Patna: 137 students of Rahmani Program of Excellence from Rahmani30 were successful this year in JEE Mains, an exam in which more than one million students participated. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) published the results of the national competitive examination known as the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) for candidate selection to the engineering institutes on the Monday, April 30, 2018.
These 137 students will prepare for the coveted IIT seat via the competitive exam known as JEE-Advanced.
The press statement released by the Rahmani30 claimed that Rahmani students were able to achieve All India Ranks of General 430/OBC-36, General 602/OBC-65, General 3271, 2690, 2742, 3779, 4902, 3276 among others, whereas state rank is expected to be number three.
Among the total appearing 182 students, 137 were successful with an overall success rate of 75 percent. 23 out of 23 students from Rahmani30 center in Patna were successful whereas 114 out of 159 were successful from its other batches. It is noteworthy that in 2017, 120 out of 144 Rahmani students were successful at this examination and 75 successfully qualified the coveted JEE Advanced examination.
Moreover, 18 students of Rahmani30 Medical batch also attempted the exam and out of these 12 were successful. “This is an unprecedented success and paints a very flattering story for Rahmani Program of Excellence and its learning methodology. These students will be aptly suited for fields that cross medicine, surgery, and engineering,” said the press statement.
Rahmani Program of Excellence under Rahmani Foundation has been “successfully replacing educational hopelessness in the community with the courage to dream big all the while demonstrating its proven method of success.” , the founder of this nation-wide program stated that this is a result of consistent guidance and untiring effort of Abhayanand Ji (Ex. DGP Bihar), and sincere and continuous efforts of center leadership that comprises of the faculty, management, and staff. He further mentioned that this result could not have been realized had the students and their parents not partnered with us, especially given our different model of education and training that seeks to convert students into learners.
Moreover, the Hazrat Ameer-e-Shariat Maulana Mohammad Wali Rahmani has gone global this year. For the first time, entrance examination was conducted in the United Arab Emirates. The institute counts that this is a great opportunity for these students to prepare for universities of national importance and seek their higher education in one of the top-ranked universities in India.
The Rahmani30 has launched Mentor30 program this year to extend its reach. Under this program, 30 graduates will be selected from across India and will be trained on the Rahmani30 process of teaching and learning and will be on job with Rahmani Program of Excellence.