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Mangaluru: Yet again, CFAL proves its mettle – 4 of its students clear NTSE Finals

It is definitely a moment of pride for CFAL as four of its students have done remarkably well at the finals of the National Talent Search Exam. The celebrated students are Muralidhar (155 Marks), Ankith Kini (140 Marks), Ketan Suman (135 Marks), and Samanth Martis (123 Marks) who are now eligible to avail the National Talent Search Scholarship.

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Around 4,000 students were selected for the second round from all over India, out of which only 2,103 students in all categories were eligible to get the scholarship.

The NTSE final stage exam was held on October 24, 2022, 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 the best results. The young achievers credit their success to the mentors at CFAL who have helped them build a strong conceptual foundation. “The dedication of students, teachers, and mentors have yielded good results” said CFAL’s founder, Severine Rosario while congratulating the students on their excellent achievement.

About NTSE
NTSE – National Talent Search Examination is one of the toughest, most sought-after national level examinations conducted by the 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).

The spark of talent burns bright at CFAL CFAL is Mangaluru’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 in 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.

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Centre for Advanced Learning (CFAL) at Bejai – Kapikad
9900520233 or log on to

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