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Join 'Crack the Code' on Feb 10 at BKS Hall to conquer exam fear, achieve success

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Manama: While many may claim that exams are nothing to be afraid of, the true difficulty is known only to the person facing them. The fear of failing, accompanied by tension and stress, is a common experience for students. What students really need is a solution, not just advice. Join us at 'Crack the Code,' an event organized by Gulf Madhyamam on February 10, 2024, starting at 4 pm at the Bahrain Keraleeya Samajam Hall. Experts in the field will delve deep into the techniques for achieving permanent relief from the fear and tension of exams.

This event promises to open doors to your mind in ways that no educator has ventured before. The four-hour journey will lead you down paths unexplored, and by the end of it, the fear locked up in your mind should have disappeared. This assurance is not just a guarantee of words; it comes from education experts who have guided countless students in India and abroad to reach the pinnacle of success over the years. Notably, the trio consisting of Arathi C Rajaratnam, Mahroof CM, and Mentalist Anandhu, is making their debut in Bahrain.

Aarti C Rajaratnam

Aarti C. Rajaratnam, a trailblazer in innovative teaching, is not only an accomplished author with bestselling books like 'Understand to Communicate' and 'Parenting Innocence to InnerSense' but also a pioneer in education. She has made significant contributions by establishing schools in rural India, aiming to reduce dropout rates and enhance the overall quality of education. Aarti C. Rajaratnam is dedicated to imparting lessons of learning excellence to hundreds of thousands of children, teachers, and parents. Beyond her teaching role, she conducts classes for education experts from various countries. Her expertise extends internationally, as she has been invited to Nepal and Sri Lanka to provide mental support to children affected by natural disasters.

Mahroof CM

Mahroof CM, an accomplished IT expert and transformative coach, is widely recognized as an ethical hacker who also assists the Indian Police. Holding a postgraduate degree in Software Engineering, he is the founder of the startup BI-School and serves as a knowledge synthesizer at Idea Factory, a Dubai-based startup. In addition to his technological prowess, Mahroof CM plays a crucial role in combating piracy and cybercrime for the Malayalam film industry. He is the innovative mind behind the Wiki Research Platform and Idea Factory Pro. Having conducted over 1000 training sessions, Mahroof CM stands as a prominent figure contributing to the realms of technology, cybersecurity, and knowledge synthesis.

Mentalist Anandhu

Anandhu, acclaimed as the world's most-followed mentalist on social media, requires no introduction. His journey began with immersing himself in the works of Sherlock Holmes and Agatha Christie, exploring the intricacies of the mind while his peers were engrossed in cricket. Renowned as a mentalist, magician, and shadow artist, Anandhu is a sought-after entertainer for movie stars and anchors on various channel programs. Bringing the world of wonder to you, Anandhu specializes in the art of mentalism, the pinnacle of magic. He is here not only to entertain but also to share techniques that enhance observational skills. Let's overcome the fear of exams through a blend of study, keen observation, and a touch of fun.

Admission is free

Admission to the free event is limited to the first 1,000 students who register. Parents can also participate. Registration link: www.madhyamam.com/crackthecode


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