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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September 22,2020

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Mangaluru, Sept 22: CCB Police of Mangaluru have arrested a young woman who was in contact with dancer, actor Kishore Aman Shetty arrested in drugs case.

Police said on Tuesday that the woman identified as Aska hails from Manipur and was employed in a spa in Mangaluru. It is learnt she had partied with Kishore and had consumed drugs. She was subject to medical test for drugs and the report has come out positive.

The CCB had initially taken into custody two women who had reportedly consumed drugs along with Kishore. The report of one of the young women had turned out negative while the woman whose report was positive has been arrested. Further investigations are in progress.

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September 14,2020

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Mandya, Sept 14: Five people have been arrested in connection with the murder of three temple priests in Mandya after a brief encounter in the wee hours of Monday, police said. "We have arrested five people while four others are absconding. In all, there are nine people involved in this case," Mandya Superintendent of Police Parashurama K told media persons.

He said eight of them hailed from Mandya and Ramanagara districts while one was from Chittoor in Andhra Pradesh. The nine had brutally murdered three temple priests- Anand, Ganesh and Prakash- in their sleep inside the Arkeshwara Temple in Mandya town on the night of September 10. The priests were also the security guards of the temple, police sources said.

After killing them, the robbers had decamped with the currency notes in the donation box and did not take the coins. Police launched a massive manhunt for the accused and got information that some people were moving around in a suspicious manner at a bus stand in Maddur Taluk in Mandya district. When the police surrounded them and asked them to surrender, they tried to escape after attacking the policemen with sharp-edged weapons and injured an inspector, police sources said.

Police are verifying their involvement in other crimes. It is suspected that they had robbed another temple in the town.

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September 26,2020

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Mangaluru, Sept 26: The meteorological department has declared a yellow alert on September 26 and 27 in the coastal districts of Karnataka.

According to the metrological department, Dakshina Kannada, Uttara Kannada and Udupi districts will receive between 64.5mm to 115.5mm of rains these two days.

The department has issued a yellow alert for September 26 in Bidar, Dharwad, Gadag, Kalaburagi, Raichur, Vijayapura and Yadagiri districts.

As southwest monsoon is active in coastal districts, torrential rainfall is expected in coastal districts. Rains have receded in southern interior parts of the state.

A few places in districts like Ballari, Bengaluru rural, Bengaluru city, Chitradurga, Mandya, Mysuru and Shivamogga might get some rainfall along with thunder and lightning.

In Uttara Kannada district, Karwar and Kadra received 11.7 centimetres of rain on Friday, September 25 while Gokarna received 5 centimetres, Bhatkal centimetre, Kollur and Manki received 3 centimetres, Castle Rock, Bidar and Agumbe received 2 centimetres each.

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