|RAHBAR Coaching Centre, Vaishali (14th): inauguration on 3rd May 2011|
|RAHBAR Coaching Centre, Sitamarhi (13th): to start classes, on 1st May 2011|
|RAHBAR Coaching Centre, Gopalganj2 (12th): started classes, on 5th April 2011|
|RAHBAR Coaching Centre, Kishanganj (11th): started classes, 1st April 2011|
|RAHBAR Coaching Centre, Chapra (10th): started classes, on 7th November 2010|
|RAHBAR Coaching Centre, Arwal (9th): started classes, on 1st August 2010|
|RAHBAR Coaching Centre, Jamshedpur (8th): started classes, on 11th July 2010|
|RAHBAR Coaching Centre, Muzaffarpur (7th): started classes on 28th June 2010.|
|100% Result @ Bihar Board Exam, by RAHBAR Coaching Centre, PATNA (1st Centre) >> 10 out of 10 students pass the 10th Exam (BSSEB, 2010). These potential drop-outs rose from a ZERO level to claim 8 First divisions, and 2 second divisions.|
|RAHBAR Coaching centre, Darbhanga (3rd): 100% of students passed Bihar Board Exam.|
|RAHBAR Coaching centre, Baghauni (Samastipur, 2nd Centre): 15 out of 16 students passed Bihar Board Exam (one girl could not make it).|
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Maulana Mohammad Sanaul Hoda Qasmi
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Brother Hasan Arshad's efforts over the two months (July-August, 2009) finally yielded the desired fruits, leading to the Darbhanga centre's inauguration on the 2nd September, masha-Allah. Classes started on 6th October, after Eid-ul Fitra. Three teachers are providing tuitions to 49 students (as on 20th November, 2009) - attempts are being made to increase the number to 60, in this centre for only male students.
The Venue for this centre was, initially, at Little Angel school, Qila ghat, at the epicentre of poor Muslim population of Darbhanga city. Later, it was shifted to the current location, so as to accommodate larger class size of 60 students, and to make the centre more accessible to the target students.
Bihar Anjuman's Oman chapter will sponsor this centre which is
to be managed
in partnership with Mass Association for advancement of society (MAAS),
organization led by Janab Noorullah Sb., a senior Alig (businessman by
profession). Janab Noorullah Sb. is well known as a mukhlis deeni/
worker. He is managing a madarsa, in the area, and construction of a
building of this madarsa is in progress.
A committee of teachers and professors of Darbhanga has been formed to select best possible teachers for this centre, and to manage the centre properly. Management committee for this centre curretnly has following members:
1. Janab Badruddin Sb : Novelty book house, Qila Ghat, member of Jamat-e-Islami
2. Dr. Sharique Raza : Dentist (Clinic at Neem Chowk , Darbhanga), member of MAAS
3. Yazdani Sb. : Social worker with a lot of zeal, Member of MAAS
4. Md.Monowwaruzzaman: One of the teachers at center.
Mohammad Hasan Arshad, lecturer in the Chemical Engineering Department of Qatar University, Doha is the team-leader of this centre. He graduated from Zakir Hussain College of Engineering, AMU, and completed his Masters degree from King Fahad University of Petroleum and Minerals, KSA. During his vacation, he spent his time teaching at the Rahmani-30, apart from meeting people of Darbhanga to launch this coaching centre. May Allah accept his efforts and bless him with greatest possible success in this world as well as in the hereafter!
Clsses started on 16th August, 2009. The centre was inaugurated on the 30th July 2009, by diginitaries from Imarat Sharia, Patna. Nazim of Imarat, Hazrat Maulana Anisur Rahman Qasmi Sb (elected as chairman of Bihar State Hajj Commitee, on the 13th August) along with the convenor of Bihar Anjuman's Patna chapter (RAHBAR-Patna), Janab Enam Khan Sb, announced the opening of this centre. On this occasion, Hazrat Maulana Anisur Rahman Qasmi Sb, Hazrat Maulana Mufti Sanaul Hoda Qasmi Sb, Naib Nazim of Imarat Sharia, and Mufti Sohail Ahmad Qasmi Sb, along with the prinicipal (Head Mudarris) of the madarsa, addressed a large gathering of local people, who had gathered to listen to the ulema from Imarat Sharia.
classes are being conducted between 6:30am and 9:30am for Physics,
Maths. English is likely to be added soon, as a subject.
There is a
plan to accommodate students from dalit Hindu community, also, in each
A management committee of 5 people was selected, in a meeting held at the residence of Janab Nizam Ahmad Sb, in village Bherokhra, on 18th July 2009.
|Grade||Grade VIII||Grade IX||Grade X|
|Number of Students||29 (3 H, 19M, 10F)||31 (2 H, 16M, 15F)||21 (1 H, 15M, 6F)|
Hindu Students, M:
F: Female Students
This centre is fortunate to already have 3
quality teachers on the
Bihar Anjuman. These teachers were offered the following, during our
the 8th July, at the residence of Janab Shoaib Khan Sb, retired DIG of
a. The three Bihar Anjuman teachers (Physics, Maths, English) will be paid Rs. 1,000 for one hour, Rs. 2,000 for teaching less than 50 students up to 3 hours, and Rs. 3,000 for teaching up to 3 hours 50 students or more. This will be in addition to the Rs. 6,000 per month they currently get as salary from Bihar Anjuman.
b. The above teachers will also arrange a 2-months-crash-course for entrance exams of diploma Engg and XIth (May-June). This program is proposed to be a residential program. The three teachers, as a group, will be paid Rs. 1,000 for each successful student they taught (for every student who is not enrolled at Najam High school, the centre for coaching). During these two months, these teachers will only teach the material for the crash course, and will not be teaching at the school nor at the part-time coaching for 8th, 9th, and 10th.
Najam High school will provide a quality Chemistry teacher for the above purposes, with no cost to Bihar Anjuman. The school will also provide all the facilities, including the generator, free-of-cost.
The students (who can afford to pay) of the 2-months-crash-course for entrance exams will be charged Rs. 2,000 for the course. Those who are successful in the entrance exams will get their fees fully refunded.
Updates of this centre are ava ilable @ http://patna.biharanjuman.org/
For 3 centres: Rs. 33,000 per
month, Rs. 15,000 to 45,000
(avg. Rs. 30,000) annually, and Rs. 3,000 to Rs. 15,000 (avg Rs. 9,000)
one-time establishment expenses.
Total, in the first year: Rs. 33,000 per month x 12 months + Rs. 30,000 per year + Rs. 9,000 one-time = Rs. 4,35,000 (Rupess Four lakhs thirty-five thousands), for 3 centres
The above figure is just $9,000 for the first year for the 3 centres, or,
Just $750 per month for the 3 centres [Just $250 per month per centre]
se to kahin behtar
Apne hissey ki koi shamm'a jalaate jaatey. [Ahmad Faraz]
Better light a candle than curse the darkness