Mangaluru: 4 CFAL students qualify for National Mathematical Olympiads

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December 28, 2019

Mangaluru, Dec 28: Four students from the Centre for Advanced Learning (CFAL) have qualified the Regional Mathematics Olympiads (RMO). It is a matter of pride that out of the 41 students (30 students (Class 8-11 + 5 Girls quota + 6 class XII students) selected from Karnataka, four are CFAL students. The students now qualify to the next level, i.e. Indian National Mathematics Olympiad (INMO) to be held on 19th January, 2020 and are also invited to attend the INMO training camp to be held at ISI, Bangalore from Jan. 15-18, 2020. In addition to this, 20 students are invited to attend the INMO training camp and CFAL student, Druhan Rajiv Shah is one among them.

About 1100 students from all over India are selected for the Indian National Mathematical Olympiad which will take place on January 20, 2020 in various centres across India. The marks acquired in this stage will lead to selection of 30-35 students for a training camp. The camp will be a basis for the selection of 6 students who will represent the country in International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO).

The celebrity students from CFAL are Shreyas Adiga (Class X), Shreepoorna Rao (Class XI), Rakshitha (Class XI) and Praneetha Kalbhavi (Class X). It is noteworthy to mention that Druhan, Shreepoorna Rao and Rakshitha are TLC PU College students.

About IMO -

The Mathematical Olympiad Programme in India, which leads to participation of Indian students in the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO), is organized by the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education (HBCSE) on behalf of the National Board for Higher Mathematics (NBHM) of the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Government of India.

The first stage examination is the Pre-Regional Mathematical Olympiad (PRMO), students who qualify PRMO advance to the second stage examination, The Regional Mathematical Olympiad (RMO). 60 students from CFAL had qualified the PRMO examination this year. The problems under each topic at the RMO level involve high level of difficulty and sophistication.

The best-performing students from the RMO qualify for the third stage – the Indian National Mathematical Olympiad (INMO). The top students from the INMO (approximately 35) are invited for the fourth stage, the International Mathematical Olympiad Training Camp (IMOTC) held at HBCSE during April to May. At this camp orientation is provided to students for the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO). Emphasis is laid on developing conceptual foundations and problem-solving skills. Several selection tests are held during this camp. On the basis of performance in these tests six students are selected to represent India at the IMO. Resource persons from different institutions across the country are invited to the training camps. The selected team undergoes a rigorous training programme for about 8-10 days at HBCSE prior to its departure for the IMO. The Olympiad programme culminates with the participation of the students in the IMO.

CFAL – the best results in town!

CFAL at Mangalore has been creating and recreating history with its results in various STEM related exams. However, what stands out as an exceptional achievement for them is the fact that their students have done tremendously well at the Olympiads. Their student, Aditya Prakash from CFAL represented India at the International Math Olympiad, a first in Karnataka after 21 years. Besides, Prathyush Poduval had won a silver medal at the International Olympiad on Astronomy and Astrophysics in IOAA 2018. It is also noteworthy to mention that the students who qualify for RMO every year are CFAL students. With the race for the 2020 Mathematic Olympiad already begun, we wish CFAL students beat their own record and reaffirm the fact that they are the best in town.

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Bengaluru, Sept 16: Deputy Chief Minister of Karnataka CN Ashwatha Narayana on Wednesday announced that India's first-ever COVID Modular ICU Unit will start functioning in the next 10 days at the KC General Hospital at Malleshwaram.

"The new unit comprises of an ICU with 50 beds which have been made using of containers of goods vehicles and ships, and a remote ICU of 50 beds set up in the IPP building located in the hospital premises," Narayana said during his visit to the hospital to inspect the units.

A Bengaluru based company known for developing surgery units and clean rooms has developed this modular ICU.

"This modular ICU unit has been established with the funds generously donated by 11 donors. This set up would help to resolve the shortage of ICU systems of the hospital. Liquid oxygen has been facilitated to all the patients who will be put on ventilators. State of the art monitors will also be installed on each ventilator, now that the government has also given its approval," he added.

Calling it a 'novel' concept, the Deputy chief minister further said that each ICU could be easily carried from one place to another and the maintenance of the unit was easy and adaptable to any sort of climate.

"This has oxygen supply and air condition facilities along with a camera and other features that are essential to enable online treatment. This also includes pure air, sewage, and water facilities. This novel concept of creating an ICU by making use of the containers is in itself a very innovative idea. This ICU module is a testimony to the creativity of our researchers and experts".

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September 18,2020

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Bengaluru, Sept 18: Senior journalist Nagaraj Dixit died of heart attack at his residence here on Friday morning.

He was 56 and survived by his wife.

In his 25 years of journalism career, he had worked in Times of India, Janavahini Kannada daily as well as Janashree and TV 9 Kannada TV channels.

He was recently recovered from his illness.

Chief Minister B S Yeddiyurappa, Deputy Chief Minister Dr Ashwathnarayna and former chief minister H D Kumraswamy among other leaders expressed their condolences at the demise of the senior journalist.

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Bengaluru, Sept 16: Karnataka Food and Civil Supplies Minister Gopalaiah has tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday, the minister said on Wednesday.

Taking to Twitter Mr Gopalaiah wrote, “As I have tested positive for coronavirus, I am getting admitted to a hospital on the advice of a doctor, though I have no symptoms of the disease.”

He also appealed to those who came in contact to get examined and take necessary precautionary measures.

So far, 13 ministers, including chief minister BS Yeddiyurappa, have been found infected.

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