Escape into the wilderness, where idling away hours amongst books can no longer overwhelm and fatigue.
MakersFete is an event hosted by CFAL (Centre for Learning) in Mangalore, India that celebrates the spirit of creativity
Students of CFAL (Centre for Advanced Learning), have made the institution proud yet again with their exceptional results in the Karnataka CET exams held in June, 2022.
As the JEE Main, Session 2 results are out, it is celebration time at CFAL (Centre for Advanced Learning), Mangaluru’s top training institute, as their student Anish R Joishy is the topper in Mangalore with an All India Rank of 1383 and 99.857 percentile in the JEE Main, 2022.
Yet again, students of Centre for Advanced Learning (CFAL), Mangalore have secured excellent ranks and qualified the UGEE (IIIT) & IISER Aptitude Test, 2022. CFAL’s series of consistently helping students shine out like precious gems with excellent results in various competitive exams continue with these exceptional results.
Mangaluru: CFAL student Shreyas Adiga receives Honorable mention at the Asian Pacific Mathematics Olympiad
Shreyas Adiga, a student of Centre for Advanced Learning (CFAL’s PU College), has received an honorable mention for being selected among the top ten Indian students to represent the country at the Asian Pacific Mathematical Olympiad (APMO), 2022. India has been ranked sixth globally in the said Olympiad.
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.
Mangaluru : Seven CFAL students have qualified the KVPY Aptitude test and now advance to the final round of Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) examination.
It is celebration time at Centre for Advanced Learning (CFAL), Bejai as their students Aaryan Ajith Dev (AIR 1000), Anish R Joishy (AIR 1340), Vishal Kamath (AIR 2929), and many others have topped Mangalore and have made the city proud by securing excellent ranks in the general category of JEE Advanced examination.
6 students from Centre For Advanced Learning (CFAL) have demonstrated exemplary scholastic