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Engineering & Medicine :Centre for Advanced Learning

Author : HER Team

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Severine Rosario, Principal Centre for Advanced Learning

Modifying the Uniform Definition of Coaching Centre

Established out of a mother's concern towards his son of shifting to another city to undergo coaching for entrance examinations, Centre for Advanced Learning (CFAL) is today a creator of large numbers of IITs and Olympiads qualifiers. The center was also initiated to meet the need of a learning center in the coastal district of Karnataka in which Mangalore is a prominent city, which is equivalent to coaching centers of Kota and other places that are famous for coaching.

Holding the motto of "Be Your Best", CFAL do not force the students towards subjects, which are not of their interest, rather they give empathizes on subjects in which the students' heed lies



The institution does not prefer to label as a 'coaching provider,' as they do not support crash courses or adopt any shortcuts in the process of achieving one's goal."Until and unless a student does not find the 'joy' element in the learning process, he/she will never be able to enjoy the learning. We provide a holistic learning environment for the students where they are not confined within any boundaries," stated Severine Rosario, Principal, Centre for Advanced Learning.

Holding the motto of "Be Your Best", CFAL do not force the students towards subjects, which are not of their interest, rather they give empathizes on subjects in which the students' heed lies. "We took a span of ten years to develop the contents and we every day keep on updating those according to the requirement," says Rosario. Backing the teaching-learning process, each teacher in CFAL is convinced to put their entire capabilities in shaping the future of the students. The institution encourages the teachers to be incredibly creative and interactive in their teaching, which makes the students active and inclines their willingness towards learning.

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