MUMBAI: In yet another impressive performance, 137 of 182 underprivileged students of Rahmani Program of Excellence famous as ‘Rahmani 30’ crack JEE Main 2018 and qualify the JEE (Advance) for admissions to IITs.
‘Rahmani 30’ is an initiative of senior cleric Maulana Syed Mohammad Wali Rahmani, is providing free coaching classes to deserving students from economically, socially and educationally backward communities.
Rahmani Foundation, the free residential-cum-coaching centre ran in association with Anjuman-I-Islam and financial support from the Memon Chamber of Commerce includes programmes for JEE (Main), JEE (Advanced), NEET, chartered accountancy and law entrance exams.
Speaking to The Times of India, Fahad Rahmani, CEO of Rahmani Programme of Excellence, said, “We began in 2008, and till 2017 we have sent 213 students to the IITs. This year’s JEE (Main) results are very encouraging as our overall success rate, including Patna, Hyderabad and Aurangabad centres, is 75% while the Patna centre’s result is 100% (23 out of 23 students).”