Jamshedpur, April 7: Students of Jamshedpur who want to pursue career in engineering and medical but fear high fees charged by the coaching centers can now avail a golden chance of free foundation courses for both the fields. The offer is limited to Minority (Muslim) students.
Rahmani -30, a free residential coaching centre run by Rahmani Foundation under the patronage of Mohammed Wali Rahmani and academic mentorship of Bihar ex-DGP Abhayanand will hold an entrance test on Sunday, April 12 for admission into free residential coaching programme for IIT-JEE and All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) for under privileged Muslim students at its 52 centers spread across the country.
Jamshedpur is one of the centers for the written test which will be held at Kabir Memorial Urdu High School in Zakirnagar, Mango on April 12 from 11 am to 2 pm, said SRA Rizwi Chabban, Convener of Islamic Career Circle, Jamshedpur which has been assigned the task of organising the test in Steel city.
Rizwi Chabban further said, “Students who have appeared for class 10 exam in 2015 are eligible for the written test which will be organized in 6 other centers of Jharkhand. Jamshedpur centre is expected to cover the whole Kolhan region and till date we have received 200 applications for the same. Forms for the written test can be downloaded from Rahmani-30 website or can be collected from Kabir Memorial Urdu High School in Zakirnagar, Mango.
Mohiuddin Madmi, Chairman of Islamic Career Circle said, every year, Rahmani 30 selects Muslim students on the basis of a written test and interview/viva and imparts education and training free of cost so that Muslim students may be able to compete in the high educative society.