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St Aloysius PU College felicitates CPT toppers

Published On : 09 Aug 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews network

Mangaluru: Fr Leo D’Souza SJ former rector and principal of St Aloysius College, felicitated 24 CA aspirants on their successful completion of the CPT examination this year, on Friday, August 4.

Speaking on occasion, Fr Leo congratulated the toppers of the CPT exam and urged them to dream bigger.

Principal Fr Melwin Mendonca SJ encouraged the toppers to successfully complete the CA final examination and also inspired the present students to clear the CPT examination.

On occasion, Darshan P, the college topper of CPT examination and Supriya Bhat, the third topper, shared their thoughts. Sharada, parent and staff, expressed her gratitude to the college for all the support rendered by them.

Shruthi Lal, student, welcomed the gathering and Keith Mendonca, proposed the vote of thanks. Reena J Monteiro, lecturer, compered the programme. Gracing the dais were the vice principal Charlotte D’Souza and the CPT coordinator and dean Dr Pradeep M.


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