I was privileged to be a Cottonian. I believe the College and the Teachers were instrumental in moulding my personality and shaping me as a better person. I am proud to be associated with the college as an alumnus and if anybody needs wings to fly I would always recommend this college.
It's difficult, to sum up, the memories and experience of 5 years in few lines. I consider myself lucky for being a part of BCWCC. There is something motivational and special in this environment which made us study and enjoy co-curricular activities. The campus is filled with positive energy and exuberance. We were blessed with the best professors who guided us throughout. Participating and organizing events of programs and sports gave me a different enjoyable experience. Beside everything, this college gave me sweet memories, faithful friends and a sense of confidence to face the challenges and turbulence in life. Presently doing my internship in Corbelo group as a interior designer.
Honoring Yesterday - Strengthening Today – Building Tomorrow
The association was originally known as the ‘Old Students’ Association’, which started in the year 1990 with the first batch of graduating students.Our mission is to connect the alumni to our College and each other to provide value added service to members and to support the mission of teaching and education and to reach out to all Cottonians globally.The Alumni has done the College proud at the regional, national and international level. There presence is felt in the corridors of power be it the Indian Administrative Service, Indian Army, United Nations and software industry or the celluloid world – they have truly imbibed the motto of the association to set afoot to new career avenues.
from Sri Lanka is currently employed as
Programe Co-ordinator on
HIV AIDS UNAIDS
Ayush from Mongolia worked as consultant for International Trade Center UNTACD/WTO in Geneva Switerzland