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JEE Main 2019: Rahmani 30 girls short of 100% success by only one candidate

Some of the students studying under Medical stream of Rahmani Program of Excellence have also passed the JEE main 2019 exam

Wednesday May 1, 2019 5:35 PM, ummid.com News Network

Rahmani 30 JEE Main 2019 result

JEE Main 2019 Rahmani 30 Result: The students of Rahmani Program of Excellence, also known as Rahmani 30, have emphatically demonstrated their success at the JEE Main 2019 examination, the Patna based centre said.

"131 out of the total 142 who appeared have succeeded in JEE Main April 2019 exam. This is a success percentage of 92%", the centre said.

"Amazingly, all but one in the female engineering stream were successful", Rahmani 30 Patna office said.

"This is an inspiring performance, especially given that engineering is a less favored stream for female students in our societal context", it added.

JE Main 2019 result was declared by National Testing Agencey (NTA) on Monday. As many as 24 students from 11 states of the country have secured 100 Percentile Score.

Some of the students studying under Medical stream of Rahmani Program of Excellence have also passed the JEE main 2019 exam.

"17 out of 22 boys from their Patna branch, and 3 out of 9 girls from their Aurangabad branch, who attempted this exam are successful", the centre said.

"These successful students can very well leverage their talents in fields such as Biotechnology, Bioengineering, and others", the centre said.

Rahmani 30 students were able to achieve All India Ranks (AIR) of 1421, 1633, 2766, and 3098; In the Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) it achieved 290, 791, and 1308 and in the Other Backward Class (OBC) it bagged 1082, 1168, and 2453.

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.

Launched in 2010 on the pattern of Super 30 by Mohammad Wali Rahmani with the active support of Former Bihar DGP Abhyanand, Rahmani Foundation is running free coaching classes for poor students of the Muslim community. The propgram was first launched in Patna, and later extended to the cities like Mumba, Aurangabad, Hyderabad and also United Arab Emirates (UAE) for students of Non Resident Indians (NRI).

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