Mangaluru: Demonstrating exemplary scholastic brilliance six students from the Centre For Advanced Learning (CFAL), Mangalore cracked the first stage (State level) and qualified for the finals of the prestigious National Talent Search Examination (NTSE). They will appear in the second stage of NTSE, to be conducted by NCERT in the month of May 2020.
SELECTED CANDIDATES: Aryan Atul Surana, Julian Thomas, Shreyas Adiga, Sanketh N S, Shamitha Verappa, Shanthanu Jha
It is noteworthy to mention that most of the students from Dakshina Kannada & Udupi who have cleared the first and final stage of the exams in the last decade have been CFAL students. The exemplary coaching by CFAL has now made it the most preferred choice for NTSE scholarship aspirants.
About 123101 students from Karnataka out of which 5,854 students from Dakshina Kannada had appeared in the exam. However, a total of only 371 in general and various other categories got through the first stage and made it to the final exams. A total of 4,000 students from across India write the finals and only 2,000 students go on to be NTSE scholars, making the exam harder to crack than NEET or JEE Advanced.
National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) is one of the most prestigious national level scholarship programs conducted by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) for Std. 10 students. It aims to identify and recognize students with high intellect and academic talent. The exam is held in two stages: Stage 1 (State/UT level) and Stage 2 (National level).
The exam was introduced in 1963, with the objective of acknowledging intelligent students and nurturing their talent at a very young age. NTSE scholarship scheme provides financial assistance to meritorious students in the form of a monthly scholarship. Students who are awarded the scholarship receive financial assistance up to Ph. D level in Social Sciences, Basic Sciences, and Commerce. In addition to providing scholarships, a rewarding performance in NTSE is a valuable addition to the credentials of a child.
CFAL – Learning from the Masters
Centre for advanced learning (CFAL) is a synonym for coaching excellence in Mangalore. CFAL adopts unconventional, interesting methods to make Math & science fun to learn. Besides, it helps students with exceptional training to crack competitive and other scholarship examinations
For further details contact:
Centre for Advanced Learning (CFAL)
Bejai-Kapikad Road, Mangalore
Phone: 9900520233 / 9972275120
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