Ever since the technological advancements and the changing lifestyles of the people, there is massive increase in the use of plastic. There have been many campaigns conducted as a meaure to spread awareness to avoid the use of plastic. Our students witnessed the live telecast of one such initiative undertaken by the Prime Minister via launch of the National Animal Disease Control Programme in Mathura on September 11, 2019. He emphasized to discourage the use of single use plastic and has assured the nation that India would be plastic free by the year 2020.
The school witnessed its Annual Inter-House Hindi Elocution on September 7,2019. Brimming with teamwork and tenacity, the students delivered awe- inspiring poetry in solo and group categories and ensured 100% participation both from junior and senior school. Bursar House was announced the overall winner. It was altogether an enriching experience and culminated with words of appreciation and motivation by the Headmaster. Results are as follows:
GROUP I (STD X, XI & XII) Aditya Saini Bursar House
GROUP II (STD VIII & IX) Aryendra Thapa Bursar House
GROUP III (STD VI & VII) Yugansh Singh Headmaster House
BEST CHORAL GROUP
GROUP I (STD X, XI & XII) Bursar House
GROUP II (STD VIII & IX) Bursar House
GROUP III (STD VI & VII) Bursar House
BEST SPEAKER JUNIOR SCHOOL Yugansh Singh Headmaster House
BEST SPEAKER OF THE SENIOR SCHOOL Aditya Saini Bursar House
Aryendra Thapa Bursar House
The Inter House Hindi Elocution Trophy, 2019 goes to Bursar House
September 5th is celebrated as Teachers’ Day throughout the country. It is the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the second President of India, who was a great scholar, philosopher and above all a teacher. He dedicatedthis day to teachers as a mark of respect to them.
The celebration at Col. Brown School was full of exuberance. The variety show put up for the teachers was par excellence. The performances were breathtaking. The mellifluous songs, the spectacular play and above all the warmth extended to all the staff members were much appreciated.
Kudos to the students for the effort they put in to strengthen the teacher-student bond further.
29th of August is celebrated as ‘National Sports Day’ to pay tribute to the great legendary hockey player Major Dhyan Chand. As is customary at CBS, to commemorate the birth anniversary of ‘The Wizard’ this year too, the sports department organized the Inter School Sports Quiz Competition ‘SPOUIZ’ for the sports enthusiasts of classes IX – XII from various renowned schools of the town namely Welham Boys’ School, St. Jude’s School, Brooklyn School and Tula’s International School.
The first round was a warm up session which was based on general questions on sports and famous sports personalities. The second round was based on Terminology of games and sports with audio and visuals. The successive rounds were based on questions underlining famous tournaments and stadiums and about Common wealth, Asian and National games and Olympics. During the fervent rounds the participants gave a tough battle to each other and finally the results were declared. Amidst loud cheer and thunderous clapping, Brooklyn School emerged winner with 440 points and lifted the Inter School Sports Quiz Trophy after defeating their nearest rival Welham Boys’ School. On the final score tally Tula’s International School stood third and St. Jude’s School stood fourth.
A friendly Basketball Match was played on August 24, 2019 between CBS and Parade Ground Club. The latter stood winner with a score of 60-35.
On 20th and 21st August, 2019 7-A side Under 15 category football matches were held and CBS emerged winner in both the league matches qualifying for the semi-finals. CBS lost in the semi-finals. However, Gurmanjeet Singh from CBS was proclaimed the Best Goalkeeper.
CBS VS Welham Boys’ School 2-0
CBS VS The Asian School 4-0
CBS VS Galaxian International School 1-2
Over the three days of August, 2019, The Doon School Model United Nations Conference brought together students from all over India for a critical examination of the foreign policy choices in terms of different agendas allotted to the delegates representing a particular country. The conference was combined with short presentations accompanied by structured discussion sessions on the challenges and opportunities every country is currently grappling with. The objective of this conference was threefold: To foster discussion and strengthen connections amongst students from various schools, create a virtual thought process and scenario planning. CBS boys Garvit Jain, Prateek Chandel, Mrinangshu Sen Gupta Das and Prartit Ghorai very proudly and enthusiastically participated in the conference and grabbed a lot about various global concepts.
Our freedom is brought to us, courtesy of the outstanding men and women who serve and have served this country with their dedication, pride and sacrifice. The 73rd Anniversary of India’s Independence Day was celebrated with zeal and fervour. The Headmaster administered the hoisting of the national flag, while the school choir sang the national anthem followed by some very heart touching patriotic songs of the homecoming of the warriors and their sacrifices. To mark the day, the annual essay writing competition was also conducted highlighting the importance of freedom, how we attained it and the sacrifices of the Martyrs during the struggle for independence. Many field games were also organized. The school campus stood resplendent with the tricolour proudly swaying to the breeze.
Writing provides an avenue for expressing thoughts and harnessing critical thinking abilities. On the occasion of 73rd. anniversary of India’s Independence, an Essay Writing Competition was held to reminisce the sacrifices of the freedom fighters. The winners of the competition are:
Seniors: Mrinangshu Sen Gupta Das
Juniors: Parv Banga