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Crossland NSS students shows the way

Published On : 15 Aug 2020   |  Reported By : canaranews media network


The NSS students under the guidance of the Programme Officer Mr.Girish Rao and Lecturer Mr.Naveenkumar undertook campus cleaning and handed over the grass to feed the cows at Neelavara Goshala.

Vishwa Prasanna Swamiji,Pejavara Mutt thanked the NSS unit of Crossland College for their humane act. He presented shawls to both the Lecturers in appreciation of their efforts during this pandemic.

The college NSS unit and the programme Officer Mr.Girish Rao in July 2020 was given a letter of appreciation by the Sambandh Health Foundation for supporting the spitting Kills campaign wherein the NSS volunteers created awareness among the public on the issue.







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