Patna, May 29 (ANI): Two coaching institutes giving tuitions to the aspirants of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Bihar have delivered a power pack punch as all their students have cleared the prestigious competitive exam.
‘Rehmani Super’, is a Patna based coaching institute, and is promoting education amongst the Muslim community. The institute had ten students and all have cleared the exam.
The institute is headed by the Additional Director General (ADG) of Police of Bihar, Abhayanand Singh.
The students of the ‘Rehmani Super’ credit their success to Abhayanand Singh, who is the chief administrator at the institute and Mohammad Wali Rehmani, the founder of the Rehmani foundation.
“We worked hard because of Abhayanand sir. Abhayanand sir has helped us like a father and our teacher, Mohammad Wali Rehmani. Their prayers and blessing were heard by the almighty and that’s why we have been successful,” said Naudesh Alam, a student.
Abhayanand Singh is thrilled with the thumping result which his institute has managed to achieve. Singh remarked that the success had been achieved after a lot of hard work and meticulous planning.
“This year, we started super 30 (group of IIT aspirants) in many places under various names. The results have been very encouraging.” said Abhayanand Singh.
In the meantime, all the 30 students of ‘Super 30’, another coaching institute in Patna cleared the IIT exam.
The elated students mentioned that hard work, dedication and unconditional support of Anand and other teaching staff at the institute had helped them crack the entrance exam.
The students of ‘Super 30’ say that there mentor Anand always encouraged them even if they didn’t do well in the internal tests conducted by the institute.
“The preparation was intense. For this, we should put in honest hard work. We should obey the teacher who is teaching us because whatever the teacher tells us is out of the teacher’s experience,” said Namrata, student of ‘Super 30’.
The jubilant students shared sweets with Anand, the director of ‘Super 30’ soon after the results were announced. (ANI)