(Class of 1960)
Pervez is Campion's own Wonderboy.
He won the body-building title of Junior Mr Bombay in 1958.Became India's first Black Belt Karate Instructor in 1970.
Was the sole Indian contestant at the World Karate Championship in Los Angeles in 1975.Is the only World Karate Federation ranked Seventh Dan Black Belt in India.
Is one of the 9 persons in India to hold an international Judge's License from the World Karate Federation. And is also a Fourth Dan Black Belt in Judo.
In 1979 ,Pervez became the first Indian to pass the Japanese Instructor's course conducted by the Federation of All Japan Karate Do Organisations, which places him in the ranks of the few qualified instructors of non-Japanese origin ,who can actually teach in Japan .
This was followed by a Certificate in Katsu & Kappo ,the art of revival. He also underwent training under the late Sensei Miyashi, at the Nippon Shiatsu Daigaku Hospital in Tokyo, in Acupuncture and Acupressure.
June 1987 was a historic landmark in the annals of Indian Karate, when the ALL INDIA KARATE-DO FEDERATION was granted recognition by the Government of India as the sole official body for the control of Karate in India. This was a personal credit for Pervez as it was largely due to his untiring efforts that this significant recognition was achieved.
In 1990 ,Sensei Mistry was invited by the United Nations to train its Security Personnel based in Vienna, Austria .A real honour for Sensei Mistry, who the U.N. Security personnel some of them from the DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration ) and a couple from the Atomic Energy Security Force.
On the non Karate front, Mistry is a certified Commercial Driver and was a lecturer for the Life Science students at the St Xavier's College on the subject of Physical Oceanography. He is an accomplished cook and at the end of the day, to unwind also plays the flute
(Class Of 1971)
Soli took up playing Squash seriously at the late age of 18
and in his very first foray reached the finals of the National Junior Championships. There was no looking back
after that and besides going on to win at national level championships, he staked his place in the Indian team by
the age of 21.
He has played in World Cup Opens and the World Amateur Championships and in his first outing
at the inaugural Squash World Cup Open in 1976, he distinguished himself by emerging victorious in all his
matches in the team event.
Known for his creative stroke play and being amongst the hardest hitters of the
ball, he was also the quickest player on the Indian courts in his time, being affectionately known in the Squash
fraternity as Soli the Goli.
Soli is a management trainer specializing in cultural diversity issues and
international business etiquette.
(Class Of 1987)
Adrian Ezra carved out an admirable record in US
college history: Unbeaten in intercollegiate team play in four years. In
fact, in those four years he suffered just one defeat and that was in an
His record is all the more remarkable because although Ezra arrived at
Harvard University in 1990 his game was the international soft ball. The
college game in the early nineties was hardball. Different ball,
different court, different bounce, different strategy. Ezra responded by
earning the number five spot on the Harvard team that first year and won
every match that season. .
in 2004 Adrian was inducted into the CSA Hall of Fame