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Orientation for freshers at Crossland

Published On : 19 Jun 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Brahamavar: Crossland College, Brahmavar is organizing a three day orientation programme for the first year students. The programme was inaugurated by Mr.Guruprasad Bhat , alumnus and Manager, Mahindra & Mahindra, Udupi.

Recalling the benefits he had, as a student of Crossland, he encouraged the students to make use of the opportunities. Mr.Samson Dsouza, alumnus and Businessman, Brahmavar shared his experiences and explained how the college transformed his life and helped him to be a successful entrepreneur.

Mr.Guruprasad along with a first year student Ms.Sarah inaugurated the programme by lighting the lamp. Dr.Robert Clive is coordinating the three day programme.

The programme is conducted to make the new students to get familiarized with the institution climate and to help them build confidence.
Sessions are held on topics like how to communicate, getting along with others, time management, English speaking skills etc.

Three students who scored cent percent marks in accountancy in PUC were felicitated and the Principal presented special prizes to them .







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