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Crosslanders excel: Mr.Vithesh, III B.A secured THREE Gold medals in Power lifting

Published On : 02 Jan 2017   |  Reported By : media release


Udupi: Brahmavar based Crossland College students Mr.Vithesh, III B.A secured THREE Gold medals in Power lifting, Bench press and Dead lift in the Subratha Classic International Power lifting championship held at Jamshedpur .Mr.Pradumna Holla K.S., I B.A won Gold medal in Bench press and Silver medals in Power lifting and Dead lift in the same Championship.

Both the students could achieve this success due to their hard work, dedication and commitment. The Crossland family congratulated the Physical Director Mr.Biju Jacob and acknowledged the efforts of the trainers of Veera Maruthi Gym, Saligrama

Three of the III B Com students of Crossland College have completed the training for the role of ACCOUNTS EXECUTIVE confirming to National Occupational Standards (NOS) issued by BFSI Sector Skill Council pertaining to NSQF level 4.They are awarded their certificates by the National Skill Development Corporation.

Mr.Luke Wellesley is awarded A grade in final evaluation, Mr.Ebin Abraham and Mr. Allan Mathew are awarded B+ grade. They completed the online training making use of the college facilities under the guidance of the HoD of Commerce & Management and Lecturers.

 







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