US: Indian student named to the President's list

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New York:  An Indian student in New York has been named to the 'President's List' at the prestigious Berkeley College of the US in recognition of his outstanding academic achievement.

Atit Kothari, hailing from Mumbai and studying at Westchester Campus in White Plains in New York, has been named to the President's List of Berkeley for the spring 2009 quarter, a statement from the institute said.

"Berkeley College is proud to recognise Atit for outstanding academic achievement," said Berkeley College President Dario A Cortes.

"Students who reflect this level of dedication to their studies become our future leaders," he said.

Berkeley College students, who achieve a grade point average of 4.00 with a minimum of 12 academic credits, qualify for the President's List, the statement said.

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