February 13, 2019 saw Teachers Vs Students all set for a friendly Cricket Match on A Field. After a fierce competition, it ended with teachers managing to edge out the students by 6 wickets. However, we are always proud of the zeal and zest our children exhibit in all spheres.
Col. Brown School was honoured by the presence of Brigadier Ravi Palsokar who was commissioned in The Brigade of Guards in December 1962. Besides various professional courses of the Army, he has the distinction of being a graduate of the Staff college Camberley UK, he also has a Masters Degree from the Command and General staff college, Fort Leavenworth US. Brigadier Ravi Palsokar has made his nation proud many a times by his outstanding performances in the armed forces. He commanded an infantry Brigade for two years in Sri Lanka during the Indian Peace Keeping Force (IPKF) operations 1986, 87.
Brigadier Palsokar shared his experiences and gave an insight into the I.P.K.F campaign of the Indian Army. He also expounded qualities of courage, honesty and leadership. The talk was extremely interesting and , inspiring and informative. The students asked many questions and he answered most willingly with the noblest of intent of guiding todays youth.
CBS students reported back on 29th January 2019 after a rejuvenating winter vacation. Students of classes 10th and 12th seem to be geared -up for Board Examinations and others for Monthly Tests. Classes have been called off for 10th and 12th and they are busy with exam preparations in their respective houses whereas regular classes are going on for others. Practices for English elocution have started. We are looking ahead for an outstanding performance by all the students in the forthcoming examinations and activities this term. We wish them good luck!
The calendar year 2018 of Colonel Brown Cambridge School had a befitting move-on with the much awaited 92nd Founder’s Day Celebration on 30th November, 2018. As a part of the occasion Annual Sports Day and Exhibitions were organized.
Mr. Ajit Singh was present to grace the occasion as the Chief Guest. Mr. Ajit Singh is the ex- brownian, 1985 passout and is actively involved with social reforms like running an NGO ‘Guria’ in Varanasi for the welfare of girls.
The official proceedings of the meet began with the address by the Headmaster Mr. S.K.Tyagi followed by the inspection of the marching contingents of the three houses namely Principal House, Bursar House and Headmaster House. The entire programme itenary included Inter-house Final Athletics, Music, Zumba Aerobics, Gymnastics and adress by the Chief Guest. Towards the end, amidst excitement and thrill, the final results were declared and the honour of distribution of prizes was done by Mr. Ajit Singh. The meet advanced its close with the Torch Tattoo which was a manifestation of agility and tenacity that the students portrayed. The eventful day came to its close with High Tea. Hearts of students overbrimming with cheerfulness knew no bounds as they were with their parents and were to leave for winter vacations. Bursar House was declared the overall winning house.
Twilight broke and Class XII boys were seen walking along the Bursar Garden silhouetted against the moonlit night. They all looked spectacular in tuxedos, bow-ties and pocket squares. Taking a break from the hectic academic routine, a reason to celebrate was grabbed at the Farewell Party on November 12, 2018. The cheerful faces of the students and their overwhelmed hearts revealed excitement. A welcome note by Sumrit Guglani on behalf of his batch mates, was very heart touching. Then it all kick started with the cake cutting, serving of snacks, ramp walk and dances and closed with a lavish dinner. All the boys walked the ramp exhibiting Haute Couture like real show stoppers. The titles earned were Sahil Garg- Best Dressed, Sumrit Guglani- Mr.Versatile and Hemant Kumar- King of the Ramp. It was an enjoyable evening with hearts brimming with mixed feelings of nostalgia and pride.
CBS is proud of Dhruv Pratap and Mrinangshu Sen Gupta for winning a bronze medal in Table Vault and Floor Exercise respectively. This is another feather in the cap and has brought laurels to the school.
It was a fine moonlit evening on 29th October when students of Class 10 had organized a Good Luck Party to exchange greetings and bid best wishes to one another for their forthcoming board examinations. Like skilled event managers, students had prepared games like musical chairs and dance to freeze besides an extended dance session. Teachers were presented a token of love and reverence for their selfless service to the students. It was quite an enjoyable evening for students and teachers alike.
Ex- Brownian Awdesh Gairola, presently a student at UPES, conducted a career counselling session on 29th October. He enlightened the students about the basics of crude oil extraction and on-shore and off-shore drilling. He also emphasized on pursuing Petroleum Engineering as a career option. The students thoroughly benefitted from this session.
Dehradun District Sports Association organized the District Athletic Competition on 27th and 28th October at RIMC. CBS boys participated in various events like March Past, Races, Shot-Put, Discus Throw, High-Jump, Broad Jump and Triple Jump. BrownianYash Chaudhary secured a bronze in Shot-Put. A thumping victory by Brownians in March Past for the sixth consecutive year added a feather to the cap.