Udupi: Brahmavar based Crossland college students Katella Wesley Pranith secured the third rank, Sreedevi Shashidharan Nair, the fifth rank and Anshifa Sony, the seventh rank respectively in the Mangalore University, 2015 March-April B.A. degree examinations.
Katela W Ms.Anshifa Sony Sreedevi
The college since its inception in 1986 has secured 29 ranks and 7 students secured Gold medals. At present, Kattela is a MBA student of National School of Business, Bengaluru, Sreedevi is doing her MA in English literature at Manipal University, Manipal and Anshifa her MA in English literature in St. Agnes college, Mangalore. The BA students had secured 97% pass and B Com 84.5 % pass in the 2015 March-April 2015 University exams. The alumni chapters Brahmavar and Bengaluru have congratulated the students and faculty on their achievements.
The students of Crossland college, Brahmavar has secured three ranks in the Mangalore University B.A examinations, April-May 2019.Ms.Pooja S bagged the first rank scoring 89.62 % ,Santosh got the fifth rank with 85.06% and Faby John the ninth rank securing 84.54% Pooja is the daughter of late Shankar Nayak and Shashikala ,Herenge,Chanthar and is at present working for ICICI bank,Mangalore.Santhosh, son of Chandra Naik and Lakshmi of Korangalapady is pursuing his LLB at VB Law College,Udupi and Faby John is the daughter of Johnson Samuel and Susan Johnson of West Othera,Kerala
Pooja Feby Santosh
The students of Crossland college has so far secured thirty seven ranks since its inception in 1984.The College has produced seven gold medalists and two double gold medalists. The Management, alumni chapter Brahmavar and Bengaluru have congratulated the students and faculty for their excellent performance. The college was ranked as the 82nd Best Arts College in India, by India Today, June 27, 2019.The College was established in 1984 by an eminent educationist Dr.CT Abraham
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