11th Convocation held at B. S. Abdur Rahman Crescent Institute of Science and Technology


Chennai – B. S. Abdur Rahman Crescent Institute of Science and Technology held its 11th Convocation at its campus today. A total of 2382 graduands including 52 Ph.D., 454 PG and 1876 UG received their degree at the Convocation ceremony.
41 Students were awarded Gold Medals for securing top ranks. Of this 26 students were from UG and 15 students were from PG. The Convocation was held as per the safety protocol norms as prescribed by the Government of Tamil Nadu due to the on-going pandemic. Based on the restrictions 93 students received their degrees in person and 2289 students attended the convocation online. The degrees were handed over to the students by Mr. Sridhar Vembu, CEO and Co-founder, Zoho Corp.
Also present on the occasion were dignitaries including BSACIST Chancellor Mr.BSA Arif Buhary Rahman, Pro Chancellor Mr. Abdul Qadir A Rahman Buhari, Vice Chancellor Dr.A.Peer Mohamed, Registrar Dr. A. Azad & Members of the Board of management.
Mr. Sridhar Vembu, CEO and Co-founder, Zoho Corp., in his address congratulated the graduands on receiving the degrees and commented on their role in developing our nation & said “Our GDP has grown 10X in last 30 years. The aim now is how soon we reach the next 10X levels like that of the developed nations like Singapore and Dubai.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. A. Peer Mohamed, Vice Chancellor, said “I congratulate the graduands for earning a degree in your chosen field and progress towards a successful future. I am proud to state that Crescent is and has always strived to be a topper in terms of creating an environment conducive for teaching-learning. Put the education you received to better use, not just for earning money, but also by sharing your knowledge with others. May the education you received be reflected in the actions you do and the decisions you make.”.

The convocation was dissolved after Pledge was taken by the successful graduates followed by the National Anthem.

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