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Crossland College Secures Three Ranks in the Mangalore University Examinations

Published On : 28 Dec 2018   |  Reported By : media release


Adding yet another feather to its cap, Crossland College, Brahmavar bags three ranks in the Mangalore University examinations for Bachelor of Arts (BA) this year.

      

Aravind                                 Bojja Bernald                                  Hamsaveni

The result was announced by the university today. Hamsaveni .K, a native of Bengaluru, secured the first rank with a cumulative score of 89.02%, Aravind Naik C.A of Chanthar has been ranked fourtSh with a score of 85.94% and Bojja Bernald Paul from Telegana has secured the fifth rank with a score of 85.32%. Incidentally, the first rank holder, Hamsaveni, is the younger sister of Supriya, an alumna of the same college, who bagged the first rank in the university exams last year.

With the three ranks, the college has bagged a total of 28 ranks in the university in a span of ten years, of which six are first ranks.
The Management and the Brahmavar and Bengaluru alumni chapters of the college have congratulated the faculty and students for the achievement.







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