Majority of CFAL students clear NEET- 2019
Vishnu Bharadwaj scores 638 marks (99.86%)
CFAL has attained commendable results in NEET 2019 with over 24 students clearing the examination among the 30 who had attended NEET training, 6 among them have shown astounding performance by scoring above 500 (marks). The result has been achieved by the continuous hard work, perseverance and collective efforts of students, teachers and the CFAL team. The top students are eligible for a seat in any medical college in Karnataka.
It is noteworthy to mention that many other students from CFAL have secured seats in top Institutions not only in India, but in the world, mostly in fields leading to research. Many students of the institution have performed extremely well in examinations like KVPY, IIIT- Hyderabad, JEE main etc..
S/o Ashwini K Bhat and Dr. Kishore Krishna I
The National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) is conducted by the NTA for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in the medical and dental colleges approved by the Medical Council of India and the Dental Council of India respectively.
NEET is one of the toughest medical entrance exams in India. A total of 15,19,375 students had registered for the exam and of these, 1410755 appeared for the exam held across the country this year. The total number of qualified candidates are 797042. The NEET 2019 result is used for admission to MBBS / BDS across India, excluding seats in JIPMER and AIIMS. The exam consisted of one paper with 180 objective type questions from physics, chemistry and biology.
CFAL – The Preferred choice
CFAL is now a synonym for success stories in various competitive exams in Mangalore. The institute stands out for promoting original thinking among students. For a number of years, CFAL students have been the toppers in the twin coastal districts in JEE Main, JEE Advanced, KVPY and Olympiad exams. Consistent mentoring, individual attention and a strong foundation in STEM subjects have contributed to these phenomenal results.
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Centre for Advanced Learning (CFAL) at Bejai – Kapikad.
Selected Candidates List (CFAL):
|Student Name||Rank (General)||Category|
|V.A Adithya Upadhyaya||2072|
|Ranjana B Kasangeri||3913||ST: 14|
|Ranjana B Kasangeri||3913||ST: 14|
|Deeksha M S||6304|
|Rahul R. Shanbhag||7575|
|Varun Kumar M||7945|
|Ashwin Ashokan Vannarath||8397||OBC: 1468|
|Chinmaya H N||8759|
Since its inception in 2009, Centre for Advanced Learning (CFAL) has been bringing tremendous success to the Mangalore region. With over 95 of its students having been selected for IIT entrance exams from 2011 to 2017, CFAL has consistently had the highest student selection from Mangaluru.
CFAL training comprises over 1,400 hours of classroom training, unique course material, periodic tests and mock exams spread over two years. Principal, Severine Rosario, said that constant monitoring and mentoring by experienced and dedicated teachers, uncompromising academic quality, and individual attention students get, have contributed to this phenomenal success. CFAL teaches maths and science to students in a fun and interesting manner enabling children to lay a solid foundation. With this strong foundation, students are able to ace in highly competitive math and science exanimations.
FYI: IITs earmark 14% special quota for girls from 2018. In order to address the decline of women candidates at the premier engineering institutions of the country, the Indian Institutes of Technology have decided to admit more women from the 2018 academic session. The decision was taken at the Joint Admission Board (JAB) of the IITs on Saturday. The board approved a quota of supernumerary (over and above the actual intake) seats for women in a phased manner, reaching up to 20% by 2026.
CFAL is located in Bejai- Kapikad, Mangalore.
Contact Information : 9845737120 / 9740939374 , www.cfalindia.com