CFAL students Rakshitha, Druhan, Hayyan, Pannaga among Mangaluru toppers in JEE Main

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March 12, 2021

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Mangaluru, Mar 12: With the results of Joint Entrance Examination (JEE-Main, February 2021) out, it is celebration time at Centre for Advanced Learning (CFAL) - Mangalore’s top training institute as their student Rakshitha is the topper in Mangalore with 99.86 percentile in the prestigious JEE Main, February 2021 examination. 

This is the first time a girl student has topped JEE Main exam not only at CFAL, but in Mangalore which doubles the celebrations for the team. It is a general belief that girls cannot top competitive, national level exams, however, with Rakshitha topping the said exam, the notion is sure to change. 
 
Including Rakshitha, 8 CFAL students have scored above 99 percentile. The students are: Rakshitha (99.86), Hayyan (99.80), Druhan (99.76), Pannaga (99.75), Calvin (99.56), Vijesh (99.44), Vignaraj (99.16), Sishir (99.11). Druhan has scored a perfect 100 percentile in Math. 23 students have scored above 97 percentile. The celebrated students are: Rishab Rao (98.9501569), Pranetha (98.7331502), Kishan (98.7310898), S V Sowndarya (98.6439792), Anush (98.3659096), Varun (98.0020635), Ashitha (97.8977322), Dhiren (97.7137512), Rayner (97.4991751), Mohitha (97.3955471), Adithya (97.3237705), Swastik (97.277908), Divyamshu M P (97.1652281), Prathik (97.1501102) and Shreeharsha (97.092771). 

With the stupendous results, CFAL has time and again proved that they are the best training institution in town for Competitive exams. They have been consistently giving good results for over a decade not only in JEE Main but in other National level exams like JEE Advanced, NEET, UGEE, BITSAT, MIT, KVPY, Olympiads etc. and state level exams like KCET, PESSAT. 

A total number of 6.52 lacs candidates were registered for Paper 1 (B.E./B.Tech) in the examination. Candidates this year were allowed to apply for one session or for more than one session (February/March/April/May 2021) together and pay exam fee accordingly.  JEE-Main is conducted for admissions into 31 NITs, IIITs, 28 Government Funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs), as well as some private Institutions. In addition, the students who have secured the cut-off score in JEE Main only are eligible for appearing in JEE Advanced which facilitates the admission to the IITs in India.  A total number of 2,50,000 candidates (including all categories) will be shortlisted for JEE Advanced 2021 to be held on July 03 2021, after Phase 4 JEE Main 2021. 

During the ongoing pandemic outbreak, CFAL has proudly ushered into online training for JEE & NEET aspirants. Their online offerings helped students attend live online sessions, streaming of recorded video lectures for efficient concept delivery, mentorship and consistent evaluation with online tests based on specific test patterns helped students prepare for the said exams. 

With their online classes being a huge success, CFAL has decided to continue with live online and recorded classes to enable students living outside Mangalore learn from the best possible resources, apart from offline classes for students in Mangalore for the academic year, 2021-22. Being the pioneers in preparation for JEE Main, JEE Advanced, NEET, and other competitive exams CFAL has been continuously working towards inculcating passion for Math and Science learning among students and to encourage research and innovation in the subjects.

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May 5,2021

New Delhi, May 5: India recorded 3,82,315 Covid-19 cases and 3,780 deaths over the last 24 hours, taking the total case tally to 2,06,65,148, according to data published by the Union Health Ministry.

The country's active caseload crossed the 3-lakh mark, with 34,87,229  currently positive for the virus.

With 3,780  deaths the death toll climbed to 2,26,188.

A total of 1,69,51,731 people recovered from the deadly virus, data showed.

India has so far administered over 16 crore vaccine doses, with 2.3 lakh in the 188-44 age group receiving their first dose on Tuesday.

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April 23,2021

Mysuru, Apr 23: Six people, including four teenage boys, drowned when they had gone for a swim, in Mysuru and Mandya districts of Karnataka.

Police said on Friday that Four boys of Hemmige village of Talakadu hobli, T Narasipur taluk, Mysuru district, met a watery grave, when they had gone for a swim in River Cauvery late last evening .

The deceased have been identified as Yashwanth (15), Mahadeva Prasad (14), Kishore (13) and Parashivamurthy (15).

While the bodies of Yashwanth and Mahadevaprasad were retrieved, search is on to trace the bodies of the other two, according to Talakad police.

In Mandya district Two persons, who had come to a temple at North Bank village of Krishnaraja Sagar (KRS) dam, drowned in Visvesvaraya Canal.

The deceased are Basavegowda (26) and Sannegowda (34), both from Mallinathapura, Bilikere hobli, Hunsur taluk in Mysuru district, and were relatives.

Their bodies were retrieved at a little distance from where they drowned and were handed over to the relatives after the postmortem.

Four people, including Basavegowda and Sannegowda, had come to Kalamma temple at North Bank village. They decided to take a bath before visiting the temple and went for a swim in the Visvesvaraya Canal nearby. As 2,500 cusecs of water was being released into the canal, they were washed away due to the force, alleged the police.

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April 25,2021

Bengaluru, Apr 25: A decision on imposing lockdown like restrictions on all days of the week in Karnataka, which is facing a huge spike in Covid-19 cases, is likely to be taken by the state cabinet on Monday.

While ministers on Sunday said a decision in this regard was likely during the cabinet meeting, official sources said another one on the matter of free of cost vaccinations might also be taken.

"Weekend curfew restrictions are in place till May 4 and as per the guidelines, it will be there next Saturday, Sunday also. Discussions are on whether to enforce a curfew on weekdays, whether to go for complete lockdown or not," Industries Minister Jagadish Shettar said.

Speaking to reporters in Dharwad, he said it would be discussed at the cabinet meeting tomorrow, following which Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa would announce the decision. "We are not in favour of lockdown, but the situation is such that we have to impose restrictions to bring things under control...we have to break the chain, it is a matter of 10-12 days, let's see... once the numbers (cases) come down, restrictions will also reduce," he added.

The state cabinet is scheduled to meet at 11 am on Monday. According to Covid-19 guidelines that are in place from April 21 to May 4, night curfew has been imposed in the entire state from 9 pm to 6 am every day and there will be a weekend curfew from Friday 9 pm to Monday 6 am.

During the weekend curfew that began on Friday night, Bengaluru and most other parts of the state wore a deserted look with businesses and restaurants remaining shut and vehicles staying off the roads. Barring the 6 am to 10 am period when the public were allowed to purchase essential items like milk, groceries, and vegetables, among others. People largely stayed indoors and cooperated by following the restrictions.

Stating that no decision has yet been taken by the government on lockdown, Deputy Chief Minister C N Ashwath Narayan said it would discuss and take a decision based on what the CM or the Health Minister places before the cabinet on this issue. He said suggestions have been put forward for "Janata curfew", wherein people voluntarily decide not to come out unnecessarily.

However, Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai said "such proposals (lockdown) did not come during yesterday's meeting. So I don't want to comment on speculations. For now things will continue as it is."

The state government had last week imposed night and weekend curfew amid intense speculation that it may go for lockdown-like restrictions in Bengaluru and few other places, with former Chief Minister and JD(S) leader H D Kumaraswamy too demanding for it.

State Congress President D K Shivakumar had subsequently said it seemed that the government, which had planned to impose lockdown last week, changed it, after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address to the nation, during which he requested states to use it as a last resort.

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