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First Rank to PG Department of Economics of SPC Puttur

Published On : 27 Mar 2019   |  Reported By : media release


Puttur: As Mangalore University has announced the final list of rank holders in PG Degree examinations held in the month of May 2018, Ms. Shwethalatha A. of Post Graduate Department of Economics of St Phiomena College Puttur has bagged First rank with CGPA 7.71 out of total Semester Credits 80. This has been another great achievement of the PG Department of Economics. Earlier in May 2017 examinations, another student of the Department brought laurels by securing the First Rank. Ms. Shwethalatha A, daughter of Mrs. Aruna and Mr. Narayana Naik is the resident of Ishwaramangala, Puttur Taluk.

The Correspondent of the college Rev. Fr Alfred J Pinto, Principal Prof. Leo Noronha, Campus Director and Chairman, Centre for PG Studies and Research Rev. Dr Antony Prakash Monteiro, Coordinator Prof. Dinakara Rao and faculty of the Department expressed their appreciation for the tremendous achievement of the rank winner.

 







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