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CFAL Student Sanjana Secured AIR 431 In The Medical Entrance – NEET 2022

Yet again, It is time for celebrations at CFAL as the medical entrance exam results have
been published by the NTA i.e. the examination authority for NEET 2022. Among the
few students who attempted NEET this year, 2 CFAL students have scored above 600
marks and around 6 CFAL students have scored more than 500 marks in the said
examination. CFAL Students have attained the best results in Mangalore, not only in
this exam but also in the competitive exams like JEE (Main & Advanced), NEET, KVPY,
KCET and Olympiads.

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Sanjana DS, has scored 686 marks in NEET 2022, has topped CFAL Mangalore in
NEET with an All India Rank of 431. She has also scored above 99 percentile in the
JEE Main exam, and has also topped more than 2 streams in the Karnataka CET exam.
She is also a KVPY scholar. This goes for all the students at CFAL. The students at
CFAL, have plenty of opportunities in terms of their choice for admission in any top
college in the country. Another student S Pranav, has attained 671 marks in NEET 2022
with an All India Rank of 32 in the category rank. He is also a KVPY scholar with an AIR
65 in the SX category of the said examination.

The celebrated students are : Sanjana DS (686 marks), S Pranav (671 marks),
Upasana Nayak (585 marks), Vaishnavi Divakar Rao (580 marks), Sathvika (570
marks) and Nikhil Nayak (565 marks).

According to the press release published by NTA, the NEET UG 2022 exam was held
on July 17, 2022 and a total of 18.72 lakh candidates registered for the entrance exam.
As per NTA, approximately 95 percent of the candidates appeared for the NEET UG
examination. The medical entrance examination was held across 3570 centres in 497
cities in India and 14 cities in 12 countries abroad.

It may be recalled that in 2019, Vishnu Bharadwaj from CFAL had scored 99.86% in
NEET and many of their other students have secured seats in top Medical Institutions in
India. Several students of the institution have also performed extremely well in
examinations like KVPY, JEE (Main & Advanced), KVPY, UGEE – IIIT Hyderabad,
Olympiads, etc.

CFAL – More than 12 years of Best results in Mangalore
The vision of CFAL is to instill in their students a deep interest in the fields of science
and mathematics, so that they can become leaders in education, research, industry and
innovation. CFAL’s mission is to have 70%-80% of its students get admission to the top
10 colleges in the country and the world. The institute aims to create innovative, quality
educational experiences that open opportunities and inculcate critical thinking,
creativity, nature awareness and holistic well-being in their student community. CFAL
students have consistently achieved the best results in the region in most of the
challenging examinations in India and abroad.

For students of Grade 10 interested in giving the NTSE exam i.e. the National Talent
Search Exam conducted by the National Council of Educational Research and Training
(NCERT), CFAL is proud to provide FREE NTSE mock test series & paper discussions
on every Sunday evening for all NTSE aspirants. Students can access these tests on
their website or by clicking on the link below : www.cfalindia.com/ntse.html

For more information contact :
Centre for Advanced Learning
Ph.No. 9900520233
www.cfalindia.com

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