New Delhi / Patna, October 20— The Rahmani-30 free residential coaching institute, headquartered in Patna, has far improved its performance in the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) this year. Equally significant is the impressive performance of its girl students.
The number of Rahmani-30 students securing 600+ marks out of total 720 in NEET-2020 has increased three times compared to its last year performance.
Many students from Rahmani-30 and its branches have qualified NEET-2020, which is the toughest medical entrance test in the country. 33 of them have got 600+ marks (out of total 720 marks). Last year, only 12 students could enter the 600+ club.
Talking to Inclusive India from Patna, Mohammad Fahad Rahmani, Director, Rahmani-30 explained the reason behind the jump in the success rate.
“From last year, we have tried that we should focus on achieving 600+ marks in the NEET. Last year, some 16 students from different Muslim institutions had got 600+ marks – 12 of them were from our institution. So, we started a campaign that we should compete and raise our target. Alhamdulillah, this year our number has gone up from 12 to 33. Students from many other institutions have also got this achievement,” said Fahad Rahmani, son of Maulana Mohammad Wali Rahmani, founder and chief patron of the Rahmani Foundation which runs several educational institutions across the country.
He further said that these 33 students are from different centres of Rahmani-30 – Patna, Aurangabad (Maharashtra) and Bengaluru. Preparation for medical entrance test is done at these three centres, he said adding that from next year, this will be done from Hyderabad also.
A very significant aspect of Rahmani-30’s success in NEET-2020 is the number of successful girl students.
Out of the 33 students who have got 600+ marks, 16 are girls, which is a big message itself. In the top 10 (of 33), there are 5 girls.
“Hazrat Amir-e Shariat (Maulana Wali Rahmani) has directed us that if we open a new centre, it should first be for girls and then boys. Earlier, we could not do so. That was our mistake. Therefore, when we opened our centre in Maharashtra, we first opened it for girls. Similarly in Bengaluru, we opened a centre for girls first. Our effort is that our next generation should be better than us,” said Fahad Rahmani.
Not only for medical entrance, Rahmani-30 prepares students for other professional courses also. And its students are excelling there also.
“Last year, Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) had 3286 successful students across the country. There were 35 Muslim students among them – 18 of them were from our institution. This year, out of 3240, there are 124 Muslims, and 80 of them are from our institution,” said Fahad Rahmani.
Scores of students of Rahmani-30 have been cracking IIT-JEE also.
This year, 170 of Rahmani-30 students qualified the JEE Mains exams in which 146 were from engineering and 24 from medical units. And 54 cleared the JEE Advanced also.
Maulana Wali Rahmani, presently Amir-e Shariat (head of Imarat-e Sharia Bihar, Jharkhand and Odisha) and also General Secretary of All India Muslim Personal Law Board, had established Rahmani Foundation as an NGO in 1996. Since its inception, it has been active in the fields of public health, education, social justice, environment and others. Several education centers, vocational training institutes and healthcare centers are run by the Rahmani Foundation.