Mangaluru: 7 CFAL students clear NTSE finals

Media Release
September 11, 2019

It is a moment of pride for CFAL as 7 of its students have done remarkably well at the finals of National Talent Search Exam. The students are now eligible to avail the National Talent Search scholarship. Around 8,000 students were selected for the second round from all over India, out of which 2,103 students in all categories have been selected for the scholarship this year. The NTSE final stage exam was held on 16th June, 2019 in all the state headquarters across the country. The victorious graph of CFAL shows the amount of persistence and hard work the team has been putting in for their students to achieve best results.

About NTSE:

NTSE – National Talent Search Examination is one of the toughest, most sought-after national level examinations conducted by National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT). NTSE offers 2000 scholarships for students of class 10th to allow them to pursue courses in the stream of science and social science (for up to doctoral level studies) and professional courses such as engineering and medicine (for up to second-degree level).

Every year, NTSE is conducted at two different stages, namely state level and national level. The state level examination (Stage 1) is conducted under the supervision of State/UTs. For 2019-20 the Stage 1 examination shall be conducted by Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board, whereas the national level examination (Stage 2) will be conducted by the NCERT. Furthermore, each stage comprises two parts for students, namely the MAT (Mental Ability Test) and the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test).

Scholarships: - About two thousand scholarships are awarded for different stages of education:

•   Rs 1,250/- for Higher/Senior Secondary level per month.

•   Rs 2,000/- (under-graduation and post-graduation) per month.

•   Scholarship amount for Ph.D. is fixed according to the UGC norms.

The spark of talent burns bright at CFAL

CFAL is Mangalore’s premier institute for training in various national level exams like NEET, NTSE, KVPY, JEE Main/Advanced, Olympiads etc. Besides they also provide foundation courses to develop the nascent raw intelligence of students of Class 1- 10 in various subjects apart from laying emphasis on 21st century life skills like critical thinking, communication, confidence building, reasoning, motor skills, leadership skills etc. Consistent mentoring, research-oriented teaching methodology and a strong foundation in the subjects have contributed to their phenomenal results in various exams.

For further details please contact:

Centre for Advanced Learning (CFAL) at Bejai - Kapikad.

# 9740939374/9845737120/702623899

Website: www.cfalindia.com

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October 20,2020

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Bhatkal, Oct 20: Jewelry worth about Rs 40 lakh, which was donated to Durgaparameshwari Temple here by devotees was stolen from the temple premises.

Police said on Tuesday that the temple authorities, in a complaint, further added that a priest who was working at the temple was also missing ever since the incident came to light on Monday night.

The temple administration in the complaint has identified the missing priest as Sathish Bhat, a resident of Yellapur.

In the complaint, it is added that the incident came to the light when the Chief priest of the temple opened the jewellery box on the occasion of Navratri, to put the jewellery on the goddess.

The temple authorities reportedly tried contacting Sathish over the phone as he had the keys to a jewellery locker. Unable to contact him over the phone, the administration decided to break open the locker, as it was the ritual of the temple to put jewellery on the Goddess.

Sathish was working at the temple for the last year but had not reported to the duty for over a month now. The authorities further added that they last spoke to Sathish over the phone on Friday, but were unable to contact him on Saturday.

A case in this regard has been registered at Bhatkal Rural Police Station and investigations are underway. A special team has also been formed by Yellapur Police to trace Sathish Bhat.

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October 15,2020

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Bengaluru, Oct 15: Karnataka government has allowed from Thursday the reopening of cinema halls and multiplexes, with 50 per cent seating capacity.

The state government issued guidelines that include Thermal screening, social distancing, Seats that are 'Not to be occupied' shall be marked as such during booking and proper sanitization.

As per the guidleines, No Exhibition of Film shall be allowed in containment zones.

Film exhibition activities through cinemas/theatres/multiplexes shall be governed as per the prevalent guidelines of Home Department, Health & Family Welfare department, Department of information and public relations and other related departments and District administrations.

The guidelines states, Adequate physical distancing of at least 6 feet to be followed outside the auditoriums, common areas and waiting areas at all times. Use of face covers/masks to be made mandatory at all times. Availability of hand sanitizers, preferably in the touch-free mode, at entry and exit points as well as common areas within the premises.

Respiratory etiquettes to be strictly followed. This involves strict practice of covering one's mouth and nose while coughing/sneezing with a tissue/handkerchief/flexed elbow and disposing off used tissues properly. Self-monitoring of health by all and reporting any illness at the earliest to state and district helpline. Spitting shalt be strictly prohibited. installation and use of Aarogya Setu App shall be advised to all.

The guideline further read, the occupancy of the cinemas/theatres/multiplexes shall not be more than 50 per cent of their total seating capacity. Seats that are "Not to be occupied" shall be marked as such during booking (for both online booking and at the box office sale of tickets).

Staggered show timings shall be followed for multiple screens to avoid crowding.

Digital no-contact transactions should be the most preferred mode for issue/verification/payments for tickets, food, and beverages, etc. by using online bookings, use of e-wallets, QR code scanners, etc.

Frequent sanitization of the entire premises, common facilities, and all points which come into human contact, e.g. handles, railings, etc. shall be ensured. The cinemas/theatres/multiplexes auditorium shall be sanitized after every screening.

Wearing of face cover for staff is mandatory at all workplaces and adequate stock of such face covers should be made available.

All employees who are at higher risk, i.e., order employees, pregnant employees, employees who have underlying medical conditions, to take extra precautions. They should preferably not be exposed to any front-line work requiring direct contact with the public.

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October 24,2020

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Mangaluru, Oct 24: The High Court of Karnataka has asked the Mangaluru City Corporation and the Karnataka State Pollution Control Board to clarify its stance on appointing an organisation such as the National Environmental Engineering Research Institute to prevent recurrence of tragedies such as the Pachanady disaster.

In August 2019, a mound of garbage at the Pachanady landfill, on the outskirts of the coastal city slid downwards landing on various houses and several houses. 

A division bench headed by Chief Justice Abhay Shreeniwas Oka pointed out to the MCC and the pollution board that the garbage dump had become a major health hazard, contaminating local groundwater aquifers.

The court also sought an explanation from the member-secretary of the KSPCB on whether or not action would be taken against the officer who had failed to lodge a complaint in connection with the Pachanady disaster 14 months after the incident, instead of doing so immediately after.

The court was informed that the state government had disbursed the remaining quantum of amount, Rs 14 crore, towards compensation for those affected by the disaster. The lawyer for the MCC, meanwhile, issued a new paper publication calling on all those affected by the disaster to submit their claims.

The court is hearing the case following a PIL filed by the Karnataka State Legal Services Authority.

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