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PG Dept of Economics of SPC Puttur recorded Cent Percent in University Examinations

Published On : 18 Sep 2019   |  Reported By : Prof Dinakara Rao


Puttur: The students of Post Graduate studies in Economics of St Philomena College Puttur recorded cent percent result in the semester examinations conducted by Mangalore University in May/June 2019. In the fourth semester, nineteen students have appeared for the examinations, out of which sixteen students have passed in distinction and three have passed in first class. In the second semester, thirteen students have appeared for the examinations, out of which six have secured distinction and seven have passed in first class.

In the fourth semester examinations, Ms Praseeda C obtained the top position with seventy eight percent and Ms B. T. Sowmya obtained the second place with seventy six percent of marks. In the second semester examinations, Ms Nafisathul Misriya is the topper with seventy eight percent and Ms Shwetha obtained the second place with seventy seven percent of marks.

The Principal Prof. Leo Noronha, Chairperson of PG Centre Rev. Dr Antony Prakash Monteiro, Coordinator Prof. Dinakara Rao and faculty members of the Department complimented the students for the tremendous achievement.







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