Mangaluru: CFAL announces C-SAT for Pragati Programme in collaboration with DKZP

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Mangaluru, Jan 25: The Centre for Advanced Learning (CFAL), with a 15-year legacy of enabling students from Mangaluru and Udupi districts to access top colleges in India and Ivy League institutions for master's programmes in science, technology, engineering, and medicine, is excited to announce the CFAL Scholarship Admission Test (C-SAT). This initiative provides students an opportunity to earn up to 100% scholarship to join CFAL PU College, along with training for NEET/JEE and other competitive exams, fostering their journey towards academic excellence and global opportunities.

C-SAT is the stepping stone to CFAL's prestigious Pragati Programme, specifically tailored for students enrolling in government or government-aided pre-university (PU) colleges. In this programme, 40 deserving students will be awarded two years of free coaching for NEET and JEE exams.

The Pragati Programme classes will be conducted at Besant College, facilitated by the trustees' support. Satish Bhat, a distinguished figure in the field, leads the programme. Under the leadership of programme coordinator Vijay Moras, the programme has seen considerable success in the last two years, earning recognition in the chief minister's book ‘Best Governance Practice’ for 2022. Dr Anandh K, IAS, CEO of Dakshina Kannada zilla panchayat (DKZP), continues to provide commendable support to this noble journey.

The selection process for the Pragati Programme involves an entrance exam based on the 10th standard mathematics and science curriculum, supplemented with general mental ability test (GMAT) questions. This is followed by a submission of a statement of purpose and verification of the students' families' economic details.

Moras emphasizes the programme's ethos: “Our belief is firmly rooted in the principle that if every child is provided with the right environment, motivation, and care, they possess the potential to be their best and achieve success. This success has the power to transform not only the individual but also their families, their communities, and our country. Our aspiration is to foster change, impacting one family at a time, thereby contributing to the betterment of our country.”

Alongside the Pragathi Programme, the C-SAT exam presents a golden opportunity for all grade 10 students aspiring to enroll at CFAL PU College. The top performers in the exam stand a chance to secure scholarships of up to 100%. Those interested in registering for this opportunity and availing diverse scholarships for PU college can reach out at 9900520233.

C-SAT details:

? Date: January 28
? Time: 11:00 AM to 01:00 PM
? Location: Besant PU College, Kodialbail, Mangaluru

For more information about the C-SAT, Pragati Programme and other CFAL initiatives, please contact 9900520233.

About CFAL

Centre for Advanced Learning (CFAL) is a leading educational institution, committed to fostering academic excellence and innovation. With a focus on empowering students across various strata of society, CFAL is dedicated to shaping the future of education. For more insights into CFAL’s unique educational philosophy, its innovative programmes, and the extraordinary achievements of its students.

Contact: 99005 20233
Centre for Advanced Learning,
Bejai-Kapikad Road, Mangaluru




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