By Tarique Anwar, TwoCircles.net,
Patna: Rahmani 30, the recently launched coaching institute by Rahmani Foundation of Munger to provide Muslim meritorious but poor students with free coaching, besides free lodging and food, for preparation of IIT-JEE, conducted its admission test on 20th July.
The entrance test was held in 13 districts in the state including Patna, Gaya, Munger, Kishanganj, Katihar and Muzaffarpur. A total of 2,300 students appeared in the entrance test. The management of the institute will select 60 students on the basis of their performance in the written test and finally 30 students will be shortlisted after their screening test. Result of the entrance test will be declared shortly.
Maulana Syed Mohammad Wali Rahmani, Sajjada Nashin, Khankah Rahmani of Munger, and Abhyanand, Additional Director General, Bihar Military Police, who is also administrator of this coaching centre, visited the examination centre at Patna Muslim High School. Abhyanand expressed his happiness on appearance of students in large number in the entrance test.
TwoCircles.net spoke to Abhyanand on his active participation in this coaching. Asked how he will coach students for IIT-JEE he said: “We will finish teaching part latest by December and after that, rigorous test will be held continuously to make them perfect and confident and also to eliminate their fear, if any, about IIT examination. We will keep all of them together so that they can share and solve their subject problems among themselves. They will be competitor and collaborator of each other and this is the best way to explore talents.”
To a question about his expectation from the very first batch of Rahmani 30 that is going to face IIT-JEE, he said that on the basis of his six years of experience of ‘Super30’ coaching institute he expects selection of all 30 students.
“I never felt any burden or disturbance in discharging my official responsibilities along with these curricular work”, said Abhyanand. “I hail from Bihar and want to do something extraordinary for the society that has decided to initiate work like this, Abhyanad told TwoCircles.net when asked what motivated him to serve for the educationally backward community.
Not very big infrastructure and many books are needed to compete for IIT-JEE. Word picture on mind is essential instead of using blackboard etc. Collective effort is essential for success and this is the concept of this coaching. Teachers are friends, guides and motivators for students, he said.
The questions asked in this entrance test were logical and standard. They covered all parts of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Questions of Mathematics were very tough but were up to the standard of IIT-JEE, Adil Rasheed and Abdur Razzaque who appeared in the test to seek admission in the Rahmani 30 coaching centre, told TwoCircles.net.