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Crossland College joins with Tamil Nadu Teachers Education University, in setting a world record

Published On : 19 Jun 2021   |  Reported By : canaranews media network


Crossland College,Brahmavar joined with the Tamil Nadu Teachers University, Center for Capacity Building,Chennai in setting a world record by incorporating 51 sub titles for 51 continues progressive hours of mega international virtual programme on 18/06/21 to 19/06/21.The programme was telecast through Tamil America TV. The title of the programme was-Vision 2030; Importance of Enhancing Life Skills for Reaching Higher Heights. 51 institutions participated in it.Christ University and Crossland College are the two institutions from outside Tamil Nadu to participate in this venture.Prof,Samuel K.Samuel,Principal joined 50 other guests to share his felicitation message during the inauguration.

The slot for the presentation of Crossland College was on 19th June from 1-2 pm. Dr.Robert Clive, Prof.Reebu Samuel, Mrs.Deepa Rao, Mrs Varshitha B, Mr.Velupula Hudson, III B.A, Mr.Philip Lorne, I B.A,Ms.Sushma Naik,III B Com, Ms.Arsha Johnson,III B.A., Mr.,Edwin Robin,III B.A.,Mr.Dan Jose III B.A.,Ms.Tess Xavier ,III B.A.were part of the Crossland team, which presented the theme resilience building through life skills.Dr.Robert Clive G coordinated the programme.







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