27 students from Mangaluru’s CFAL produce magnificent results in JEE Advanced 2020

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October 7, 2020

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CFAL students Ujwal, Koustubh, Rihan, Dheeraj, Rishan and many others have done the city proud by securing excellent ranks in the general category at the JEE Advanced Examination, the result of which was declared by the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi on Monday. A total of 27 CFAL students have secured excellent ranks in the said Exam. The AIR ranks of the students in general category from CFAL are Ujwal (AIR 588), Koustubh (AIR 881), Rihan (AIR 1,232), Dheeraj (AIR 1,783) Rishan (AIR 2,572), Santhosh (3,279), Goutham (AIR 3,483), Aamod (AIR 4,170), Pramod (AIR 4,302), ShreePoorna (AIR 4,371), Shreekara (AIR 4,837), Mohan Nayak (AIR 5,073), Madhura Sabhahit (AIR 5,512), Ranjan Bhat (AIR 5,909), Pranav (AIR 6,348), Prajwal

(AIR 9,697), Tejas Bhat (AIR 9,816), Satvik (AIR 13,542), Anmol Shetty (AIR 14,135), Durga Supriya (AIR 14,736), Mayur (AIR 15,254), Pranamya Mady (AIR 16,096), Medini (AIR 20,587), Sana Azmiya (AIR 24,105), Manish (AIR 26,795), Gagan (AIR 28,071) and Prarthan (AIR 2159-category). The toppers opined that the JEE syllabus planned by CFAL kept them guided and organised while they were preparing for the said exam. Working out previous question papers, solving quizzes & tests, DPPs helped them crack the JEE Advanced exam.

This year, 1,50,838 candidates appeared in both Paper 1 and 2 of JEE Advanced.  Out of the total number, only 43,204 candidates have qualified the entrance examination. The Exam is a gateway to get into 23 Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) across the country. The IITs are premiere autonomous public technical and research universities located across India and are ranked above other engineering colleges in India for Engineering.

CFAL has reinforced the fact that it is one of the best Training Institution in Mangalore for various competitive exams. Its unparalleled, consistent coaching & guidance has produced excellent results in various examinations including Olympiads, KVPY, NEET, IIIT Hyderabad. Since its inception in 2009, CFAL has bought incredible success to Mangalore.

What is JEE Advanced?

JEE Advanced is a national level entrance exam held once a year by the seven zonal IITs with guidance from the Joint Admission Board (JAB). JEE Advanced is a gateway for candidates seeking admission in bachelor’s programmes, integrated master’s programmes as well as dual degree programmes offered at 23 IITs including Indian School of Mines (ISM). The exams are of the objective pattern. JEE Advanced is regarded internationally as one of the most challenging undergraduate admission tests.

This year, 36,497 male and 6,707 female candidates have qualified in JEE Advanced. JEE Advanced 2020 mark sheet will contain the aggregate marks obtained by a candidate. The aggregate marks obtained by a candidate in JEE (Advanced) is the sum of the marks scored by him in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The rank lists are prepared on the basis of aggregate marks. Only candidates who appear in both Paper 1 and Paper 2 are considered for ranking. Candidates who score the minimum prescribed marks in each subject and in aggregate will be included in the rank list. The minimum prescribed marks varies with the category.

While JEE-Mains is conducted for admission to engineering colleges across the country, JEE-Advanced is for the ones seeking admission to IITs. It is mandatory to clear JEE-Mains to be eligible to appear for JEE-Advanced.

CFAL – The first name in training

During the Covid-19 pandemic, CFAL has drastically scaled up their online offerings using technological platforms to provide their students an opportunity for uninterrupted learning. Various training programs and webinars for NEET, engineering, basic sciences and research aspirants etc. are regularly been conducted by CFAL to support learning for students during these tough times.

 For further information contact:

CFAL, Bejai- Kapikad, Mangaluru

Phone: 98457371320/7026314999

 JEE Advanced, 2020

Selected Students (CFAL)



#


Name


All India Rank


1


Ujwal Kumar


588


2


Yermal Koustubh Rao


881


3


Rihan Aaron


1,232


4


Dheeraj Kamath


1,783


5


Rishan Joshua


2,572


6


Santhosh M


3,279


7


D.K. Goutham


3,483


8


Aamod B K


4,170


9


Pramod Rao


4,302


10


ShreePoorna S Rao


4,371


11


Shreekara Aithala


4,837


12


Mohan G Nayak


5,073


13


Madhura Narayana Sabhahit


5,512


14


Ranjan Bhat


5,909


15


Pranav Rao


6,348


16


Prajwal Ashok Nayak


9,697


17


Tejas Bhat


9,816


18


Satvik R Shetty


13,542


19


Anmol J Shetty


14,135


20


Durga Supriya


14,736


21


Mayur


15,254


22


Pranamya Mady


16,096


23


Medini N B


20,587


24


Sana Azmiya


24,105


25


Manish M S


26,795


26


Gagan Prashanth


28,071


27


Prarthan Talwar


2159 (category)

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September 18,2021

The US military has admitted killing 10 Afghan civilians, including seven children, in a drone strike last month. Washington has previously claimed that those who killed were terrorists.

The Pentagon had maintained the August 29 strike targeted a Daesh-K terrorist who posed an imminent threat to American troops at the Kabul airport, with Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs Gen. Mark Milley calling it a "righteous strike.”  

But on Friday, General Frank McKenzie, the top general of US Central Command, announced at the Pentagon that the military investigation has found it killed 10 civilians and the driver and that the vehicle targeted was not a threat associated with Daesh-K, a shadowy terrorist group that emerged following the last month bomb blast at the Kabul airport.  The attack killed scores of Afghans and over a dozen Americans.

McKenzie told reporters that the US military drone strike was a "mistake" and offered an apology.

"This strike was taken in the earnest belief that it would prevent an imminent threat to our forces and the evacuees at the airport, but it was a mistake and I offer my sincere apology," he said.

McKenzie added that he is "fully responsible for this strike and this tragic outcome."

Some media outlets had reported that the US drone strike apparently targeted the wrong man, killing an innocent Afghan aid worker along with members of his family, but the top US general described the attack as "righteous".

"At the time of the strike, I was confident that the strike had averted an imminent threat to our forces at the airport," McKenzie told reporters. "Our investigation now concludes that the strike was a tragic mistake."

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September 20,2021

Charanjit Singh Channi on Monday took oath as 16th chief minister of Punjab and he will be the first Dalit leader to head the state. The swearing-in ceremony was held at Governor's house in Chandigarh, Navjot Singh Sidhu and other leaders in attendance.

Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, who was earlier tipped to be the Chief Minister, was also sworn in Channi's cabinet. Randhawa will be the Deputy CM. OP Soni, will be the second Deputy CM.

Channi, earlier today, offered prayers at a Gurudwara in Rupnagar before his oath-taking ceremony. Just hours before the event, Congress leader Sunil Jakhar questioned Punjab Congress in-charge Harish Rawat's statement that the party will fight elections under Sidhu.

"On the swearing-in day of Charnjit_channi as Chief Minister, Mr Rawats’s statement that “elections will be fought under Sidhu", is baffling. It’s likely to undermine CM’s authority but also negate the very ‘raison d’être’ of his selection for this position," Jakhar tweeted.

On Sunday, Channi was elected as the Leader of the Congress Legislature Party (CLP) of Punjab.

"It gives me immense pleasure to announce that Charanjit Singh Channi has been unanimously elected as the Leader of the Congress Legislature Party of Punjab," tweeted Congress in-charge of Punjab Harish Rawat. Soon after the announcement, Channi met the Punjab Governor and staked claim to form government. Amarinder Singh congratulated Channi on his appointment.

With barely months to go for Assembly polls, Congress' pick assumes significance as Dalits constitute around 30 per cent of the state’s population.

Channi, the three-time legislator from Chamkaur Sahib assembly constituency in Rupnagar district, had joined the Congress in 2012. He held several portfolios in the outgoing Amarinder Singh-led cabinet including technical education.

Bitter infighting rocked the Congress party heading into the polls. At the heart of the crisis were cricketer-turned-politician and Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) chief Navjot Singh Sidhu and former CM Captain Amarinder Singh, publicly trading barbs at each other.

The conflict in the Congress' Punjab unit came to a point where it became intenable for Amarinder singh to continue. He stepped down finally on Saturday.

In a letter to Congress president Sonia Gandhi, Amarinder Singh mentioned his personal anguish over political developments in the past five months and apprehended that the high command's move might cause instability in the state. Singh said he was resigning as he felt humiliated.

Once touted to be in driver's seat to retain power in the upcoming polls, recent developments have split analysts and they are mixed on the Congress' chances going forward. Some say the Congress' Dalit pick is aimed at keeping Sidhu in check and to nullify the impact of Amarinder Singh stepping down. Others see it as a massive jolt to the party and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) gaining at their expense.

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September 19,2021

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Chandigarh, Sept 19: Charanjit Singh Channi - a Dalit Sikh and the outgoing Technical Education Minister - will be the new Chief Minister of Punjab, the Congress said Sunday evening, after Amarinder Singh's resignation yesterday triggered three days of high drama in the poll-bound state.

The choice of Mr Channi as leader of the Congress' state legislature party, and the head of its government, was confirmed by state-in-charge Harish Rawat, who tweeted: "It gives me immense pleasure to announce that Charanjit Singh Channi has been unanimously elected as the Leader of the Congress Legislature Party of Punjab."

News of Mr Channi's appointment came as something of a surprise after sources, just a few hours earlier, appeared to confirm that another outgoing minister - Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa - would be named to the top post.

Mr Randhawa's name, however, was reportedly met with doubts by some party MLAs and the Congress high command - keen to ensure the new Chief Minister has the maximum internal support - quickly switched tack.

"I am happy with high command's decision.... I want to thank all the MLAs who have supported me. Channi is my brother..." Mr Randhawa said soon after Charanjit Channi was announced as Chief Minister.

Months of sniping and hostility between Amarinder Singh and Navjot Sidhu came to a head late Friday after a sudden meeting of Congress MLAs. Sources said around 50 of the party's 80 MLAs wrote to Sonia Gandhi and asked for Mr Singh to be replaced.

A furious Mr Singh then spoke to Mrs Gandhi and told her he had had enough. "I was humiliated three times by Congress leadership..." he said. He wrote to Mrs Gandhi declaring himself "anguished" and to defend his administration's track record.

The Captain also said that though he had resigned, "... for the sake of my country, I'll oppose his (Navjot Sidhu) name for Chief Minister. It's a matter of national security... is an incompetent man... a total disaster..." Of further worry for the Congress, perhaps, was Mr Singh's response to staying with the party; "I can't answer right now."

This morning's meeting of the Congress Legislature Party was postponed after Rajya Sabha MP Ambika Soni - believed to be the party's first choice - declined the offer. Ms Soni said "no" at a late-night meeting with Rahul Gandhi; she stressed on the "ramifications" of a non-Sikh Chief Minister, particularly with an election due.

The Singh-Sidhu feud dates to the 2017 election; Mr Sidhu had hoped to be Deputy Chief Minister but was reportedly denied by Mr Singh. He was instead made a minister but quit two years later. After a sulk he re-emerged, targeting Mr Singh and becoming a hard-to-ignore problem, forcing the party into a mediation attempt that soured after Mr Singh voiced disapproval at Mr Sidhu being made Punjab Congress chief.

The rift escalated sharply in recent weeks and a tenuous truce unravelled after statements by Mr Sidhu's advisers. Last month, four ministers and around 24 MLAs raised fresh complaints against Mr Singh, setting the stage for the weekend's drama.

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