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St Joseph’s Commerce College wins first National level edition of Exodus

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In the first National level edition of Exodus, Gospel-Intercollegiate Fest hosted by St Joseph’s College (SJC), St Joseph’s Commerce College (SJCC), Bangalore, won the overall on August 30, 2015.

This year, Christian Student Association (CSA) had welcomed 24 teams from Bangalore and five teams from other states such as St Agnes College, Mangalore, Women’s Christian College, Baines College, and Loyola from Chennai, and SB College, Kerala. SJCC topped the winning list, leaving behind Loyola College and Christ University, Bangalore, as they shared the runners-up trophy, and Kristu Jayanti College, Bangalore, which won the third place.

“Organising Exodus for the first time at the National level was a big step. The involvement of the CSA core committee and volunteers in this year was comparatively greater and the success of the fest was the result of it,” said Neha Soans, Cultural Secretary, CSA.

“We are now looking forward to participate in the upcoming competitions as we are all set after Exodus,” she added.

The CSA team was the overall winner at Exalted, an inter-college Gospel fest conducted by Bishop Cotton Women’s Christian College, Bangalore, and they were the runners-up at Starous, an inter-college Gospel fest conducted by Mount Carmel College, Bangalore.

– Claude

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