Mangaluru: CFAL student Vishruth Bhat tops Dakshina Kannada in first stage of VVM examination


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Mangaluru, Jan 3: Vishruth Bhat, a class VI student from CFAL is the topper in Dakshina Kannada District in the first round of the VVM examination (VI Standard category) and now advances to the state level camp. Proving their mettle, 12 students from CFAL have qualified for the state level camp of Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan (VVM), a national programme to educate and popularise science for classes VI – XI.

A total of 129 students are selected from Karnataka to participate in the State Level Camp, out of which around 9.30% students are from CFAL. These students were selected on the basis of their performances in the first stage, an online exam. The State level camp shall include written test, observational analysis of video clips, situation problem solving and hands on activities.

The selected students are B Vishruth Bhat, Pratham D, Chinmayee Adiga, Chirag J Sunil, Nidhi Noronha, K Sai Prathiksha, Aryan Atul Surana, Rakshith K R, Anupama Kamath, Krithi, Mavith Saldanha and Vignaraj. Among the selected students Kirti, Mavith and Vihnaraj are TLC PU College students.

About Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan

VVM is a national programme jointly organized by Vijnana Bharati, NCERT and Vigyan Prasar for educating and popularizing science among the school students of Classes VI to XI. The main objective of the programme is to identify keen knowledge seekers in Science and then nurture them for higher level of science education. Students participating in VVM undergo the following multi-level testing procedures:

• Objective type question answering
• Comprehensive writing
• Presentation and Group discussion
• Role play
• Practical examination
• Methods of Science

The programme also includes organising visits to reputed National Science Laboratories and Centres. To enable deserving students to have interaction with renowned scientists of the nation. The VVM will identify Vigyan Jigyasu (Keen Knowledge Seeker of Science) at national level.

This exam is conducted in three phases. The first phase is an online exam conducted in the school itself. In the second phase (State level camp) top 20 rankers per class, per state will be identified to participate in two days State Level Camp. Eminent scholars and scientists from different fields will guide the students. Practical examination will be conducted to select top 2 students from each class to participate in the national camp. Toppers will get certificates and cash awards.

In the third phase (National camp) which is a 2-day camp, comprise presentations, scientific understanding, innovation, and creativity, out of box activities and assessment of leadership qualities. Toppers are awarded with certificates and cash awards.

CFAL – nurturing talent

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 of 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.

For further details please contact:

Centre for Advanced Learning (CFAL) at Bejai - Kapikad
70263 14999/ 99722 75120


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