Mangaluru: JEE main 2016 results have brought good tidings for students of Centre For Advanced Learning (CFAL). Along with the top three state ranks, 45% of students have achieved ranks in JEE main 2016, assuring them seats in National Institutes of Technology.
CFAL topper Dhanush (AIR 212 in JEE main) is a National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) student. The NIOS board gives students time and flexibility needed to cater their learning based on their strengths.
More than 11 lakh students appeared for JEE Main 2016 across India in April. These students compete to be eligible for seats available in 30 NITs, Indian Institutes of Information Technology and a few other technical institutes funded by central or state governments for which admission is on the basis of JEE (main) 2016 All India Rank (AIR) list. The Class XII board marks carried 40% weightage and JEE scores 60% weightage for admissions.
The special attraction for Karnataka students is that 50% of the seats at NITK, Surathkal, are reserved for students from the state. Students of the CFAL also excelled in other competitive exams: In JEE Advanced 2016, the students of CFAL achieved outstanding results with 12 of their students being selected. This is the highest selection from any institution in Mangaluru and Udupi. Ten students from the CFAL have been selected for Kishore Vaigyani fellowship in 2016.
IIT, BITS, NITs, IISC, IISER as well as other reputed institutions at national level are hubs of academic excellence, attracting the brightest students from across India. Students have access to world-class facilities and are up to date with emerging trends and streams of thought and prepare to serve both the society and industry with innovative solutions for current problems. They are exposed to the best minds in the country through expert talks and workshops.
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