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Rahmani 30’s big success in CA exams

Patna: Students of Rahmani 30 have created a record of sorts in the first year of Chartered Accountants examination as 11 of its students out of a total of 16 achieved remarkable success. This gives a success percentage of 69 whereas at the All India level the success percentage in this examination is only 24. The success of Rahmani 30 students is due to the joint efforts of Rahmani Foundation, Munger and Ummul Qura Foundation, Pune. Chartered Accountant Ejaz Akhtar undertook the job of coaching the students for this examination. Maulana Wali Rahmani, Sajjada Nashin of Khanqah Rahmani and Chairman of Rahmani Foundation, in an effort to enable Muslim students to compete successfully in all India competitive examinations for civil and other services had first started IIT (JEE) and after achieving success in it, he started coaching them for chartered accountancy. Now he plans to start science courses, coaching and training for which is already going on in Delhi.
 

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 16-28 February 2011 on page no. 18

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