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Thursday, February 25, 2010 01:51:48 PM, ummid.com Staff Reporter
Maulana Sayyad Mohammad Wali Rahmani speaking with the media on February 23 in Malegaon
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Malegaon: Buoyed by the cent per cent result of the first batch of his brainchild Rahmani-30 in Bihar, Maulana Sayyad Mohammad Wali Rahmani is now at work to replicate the same in Maharashtra.
“Along with Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal, from this year on, we will be organising the entrance tests in Maharashtra for the students who are interested in appearing for IIT Joint Entrance Exams - 2012”, Maulana Wali Rahmani said while addressing the press conference on February 23, 2010 in Malegaon.
Maulana Wali Rahmani is the Founder of Rahmani Foundation of Patna, Bihar that runs Rahmani-30 to prepare students from poor families to appear for IIT JEE. Established in 2008, Rahmani-30 functions in line with Super-30, which was successfully introduced by Additional Director General of Police (Bihar) Abhayanand.
“The date for entrance tests is set on April 3, 2010 and all tests will be simultaneously held at various centres in Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal and Maharashtra”, he said.
“Selected students from Maharashtra and neighboring states after going through personal interviews will be given admissions at Rahmani Academy in Aurangabad where they will be prepared for IIT JEE and HSC exams simultaneously”, he said.
“Malegaon – the Muslim dominated textile town in North Maharashtra will be the centre for four districts Nashik, Dhule, Jalgaon and Nandurbar. Students from these districts would be able to appear for the written tests in Malegaon and will be later given admissions at Rahmani Academy in Aurangabad”, he said.
Established few months back, Rahmani Academy in Aurangabad, Maharashtra is working in line with Rahmani-30, Patna and has a total of 15 students who would appear for IIT-JEE in 2011.
In its first batch, Rahmani-30 created the history when all its ten students who appeared for IIT-JEE 2009 cleared the coveted exams. The results were surprising as all of these ten students were not only from poor family backgrounds but they had completed their 10+ exams after early education in Municipal primary schools. Initially, Rahmani-30 had selected students after they cleared HSC exams. After the experience, however, it decided to take 10th class students and train them for IIT-JEE and HSC exams simultaneously.
Indian Institute of Technology (IITs) are the premier engineering institutes in India that give admissions only after the entrance tests considered as ‘not-so-easy’. The percentage of Muslim in IITs so far is very low.
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