Mangaluru: Shakthi Residential School to launch advanced learning on Nov 11


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Mangaluru, Nov 9: Shakthi Residential School managed by Shakthi Education Trust has decided to launch Shakthi Advanced Learning from the coming academic year. The students have to develop self-esteem, cultivate research mentality, involve themselves in studies. Shakthi Advanced Learning helps them to face any competitive examination without stress.

The students will be ready to take on Competitive Exams like NSO, DMB, IEO, IGKO, NIMO, NDA, KAPY etc with ease and without tension for they will be trained in such a way. This will be a stepping stone for them in future to face civil service examinations like IAS, IPS, IRS, IFS, KAS etc.



Shakthi Advanced Learning imparts training to regular students without causing any hurdle to their academic activities. Attention will be focussed on shaping their wholesome personality. In Shakthi Advanced Learning they learn with interest and aptitude. Here, they adopt only a stress-free learning process.

In SAL no stone is left unturned till the hidden talents of the students come out and their IQ is enriched. Education and career guidance will be given to them in their high school level only, which helps them to set their goal in life.

The students will be given thorough information and guidance on the opportunities and scope in different areas like Engineering, technology, medicine, commerce, banking, self-employment, industries, agriculture etc. The achievers in the different fields will be called and asked to guide the students in their chosen areas. It helps to have a clear cut idea of their own future.

The students will also be trained in communication skill. They will be given training in Human Resource Development Leadership Training Programme, Public Speaking programme, how to face interviews, how to participate in debates and how to present papers in seminars.

The vision of Shakthi Advanced Learning is nothing but to give a concrete shape to the future of the student. An ordinary student should be made to be extra-ordinary- That is the goal of SAL.

A Golden opportunity

The students of Shakthi Residential School will have a golden opportunity to have this sort of training along with their curricular and co-curricular activities. The detailed syllabus of SAL has already been prepared.

Inaugural function

Shakthi Education Trust will present Shakthi Advanced Learning. The inaugural function will be on November 11 at 10.00 am. Prof P Subramanya Yadapadithaya, the vice-chancellor of Mangalore University will inaugurate SAL. Dr N Vinay Hegde, the chancellor of Nitte deemed to be university, Mangaluru will preside over the function.

The president of Tulunadu Education Society, Prof M B Puranik, MLC of North West Teachers’ constituency, Arun Shahapur, Mangaluru City Police Commissioner, Dr Harsha P S and K C Naik, managing trustee of Shree Gopalakrishna Temple will participate as the chief guests.

The secretary of Shakthi Education Trust, Sanjith Naik, Prabhakara G S, principal of Shakthi P U College, Vidya Kamath G, principal of the school, Ramesh K, chief advisor, Baikady Janardana Achar, administrator, Prakyath Rai, the Institute Development Officer, Dr Darshan Raj, co-ordinator of SAL and Neema Saxena will be present.

  

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