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Commerce Fest Sparkle-2017 at Crossland College

Published On : 27 Mar 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Brahmavar: “I have learned a lot through my project work and involving activities outside the college class rooms and that made me fit for the corporate life.

My life in Crossland helped me to have an ambition to do my MBA and enter the corporate field.” Said Sharathchandra Shetty, alumnus and Area Head-sales Kotak Mahindra Asset Management Company, Mangalore while inaugurating the fest organized by B.Com students of Crossland College, Brahmavar.

The winners were given prizes by Samson D’Souza, alumnus and businessman. The theme of the fest,Sparkle 2017 was patriotism and the day started with a power point presentation by the students appreciating the sacrifices made by our soldiers for our country.

Every year the final year B.A and B.Com students organize fests for the other students of the college as only a few get the opportunity to represent the college in the inter collegiate competitions elsewhere.







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