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A good gesture by Crossland alumni

Published On : 24 Sep 2020   |  Reported By : canaranews media network


The alumni of Crossland College, Brahmavar has set a good example by sponsoring the education expenses of thirty two B.A students of the college. The decision to help deserving students was taken at the last alumni day held at the college.

Alumni from far and near have happily contributed towards the novel project. At the time of this pandemic, this has proved to be a blessing for many students. They could support thirty two students to join the first year BA programme.

A total of Rs 1,71,560 has been used from the alumni fund to sponsor these students. “Your contribution to the alumni fund has helped someone to step into the corridors of the college and thereby to make a difference in someone’s life” remarked Dr.Robert Clive, G Lecturer in charge, while complimenting the alumni for their humane gesture







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