Rahmani 30 was the brainchild of Mohammad Wali Rahmani to uplift the minorities’ concepts and their minimal thinking.
Patna: Several coaching institutions are thriving across the country, offering free education as well as boarding or lodging even fooding. Some students need to pay nominal fees. Super 30 was founded in Patna by Anand Kumar, a mathematics teacher, and Abhayanand, the former DGP of Bihar, with the goal of providing free IIT coaching to the underprivileged members of society. A huge number of poor students made it to different IITs in the country.
Gradually, the Super 30 concept spread like wildfire. On the line of “Super 30,” Rahmani 30 came into force. It was the brainchild of Mohammad Wali Rahmani to uplift the minorities’ concepts and their minimal thinking. The purpose behind establishing Rahmanin 30 was to inspire the suppressed class to come forward, aim high in life, and become top professionals along with law-abiding citizens.
Students from marginalised groups have been encouraged to come and join the institute, where no fee is taken and food and lodging are also free for some students. However, before the admission, Rahmani 30 conducts a pre-admission test so that only talented students can take admission and do well in their lives.
The success rate of Rahmani 30 is superb. Therefore, it has been successfully running at several places, such as Patna, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Aurangabad, and Chennai. This model benefits students all over the country.
Rahmani 30 conducts coaching for IITs, NEET (medical), CA, and many more. Separate hostels are available for boys and girls. Strict discipline has been maintained. Those who break the rule will be rusticated without any hue and cry.
It is needless to add that Rahmani 30 is an educational hub where economically, socially, and educationally backward and suppressed students get a chance to get quality coaching from well-known professors and instructors and get through the IITs, medical colleges, and other segments. It gives poor students hope, zeal, and enthusiasm to pursue higher education in areas where quality education has been lacking.
The result of Rahmani 30 is remarkable; students are doing very well in all segments and are part of well-known technical institutions in the country.