Our organization supports several educational and relief projects.
This project is a strategic initiative located across several places in India to train students in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English Language, and Communications Skills in order to prepare them to successfully compete for the world's toughest undergraduate examination in the world known as the Joint Entrance Examination for the Indian Institute of Technology.
This project serves students with latest innovations in language learning, introduction of sciences, and 21st century skill-sets in all grades.
This project is a new Pre-K through 12 grade school and is being constructed in the town of Munger in India. This school is envisioned to provide standards based high quality science, mathematics, language, and arts education along with physical education and modern co-curricular activities. The promise of the school is to enhance each child’s creative, problem solving, and critical thinking abilities along with communications, media, technology, and leadership skill-sets.
This project is a bachelor's degree granting college affiliated with Bhagalpur University. This college provides teaching credentials to female and male students. Every year the college graduates more than one hundred teachers and is ranked among the top colleges in the state of Bihar, India.
This project is helping with Covid-19 Coronavirus relief across India, in cities like Delhi, Ghaziabad, Munger, Araria, and Newadah.
The project continues to help those affected by massive flooding across India.
Indian Institutes of Technology is the epitome of engineering universities in India and boasts the toughest undergraduate selection entrance examination in the world. Around 1.2 million students apply every year for approximately eleven thousand coveted seats in a two‐step examination processes: the Joint Entrance Examination Mains (JEE‐Mains) and then the JEE Advanced examination. This year 43 out of 109 of our students, an astounding 38%, who took the Advanced level, qualified this examination. We must note that IIT reduced the number of students it qualifies by one third, which is reflected in our performance for the past two year.
The government of India has centralized the selection process of the premier engineering universities. This is the exam that also qualifies students for top‐tier universities including Institutes of National Importance such as the National Institute of Technology (NIT), the Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) and the Indian Institutes of Sciences (IISc). Rahmani30 students have performed exceedingly well year over year. This year 152 of our students qualified in this examination. An amazing 93% of Engineering students qualified this exam and 20 of our Medical students were also successful.
The purpose of Olympiad is to identify and nurture young talents in the fields of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Astronomy. It is an international educational competition in which more than one hundred countries participate. Selection in the Olympiads is considered an epitome of achievements in the field of Sciences. In 2015, 48% of Olympians in the Bihar zone were from Rahmani30, with 96 qualifications overall. In 2018, 72 students were honored with the selection; also, Rahmani30 students achieved both the nominations in Astronomy for the zone. This year 42 out of 64 nominations in the 12th grade for the North zone were received by Rahmani30 students.