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Magical Moments Enjoyed on the 91st Annual Function

The grand Col. Brown School celebrated its 91st Annual Day on 26th November, 2017. The school was deeply honoured as Mr. Gaurav Dayal, an I.A.S. officer, an alumnus of the school consented to be the Chief Guest.

The grand Col. Brown School celebrated its 91st Annual Day on 26th November, 2017.

The school was deeply honoured as Mr. Gaurav Dayal, an I.A.S. officer, an alumnus of the school consented to be the Chief Guest.

The Annual Day boasted of uniqueness, creativity, passion and vibrancy. There was an array of events and activities.

For the 5th consecutive year Col. Brown School won the trophy for the March Past at the Dehra Dun District Sports Association. The synchronised swing of arms and the absolute military precision with which the Brownians marched was a feast to the eyes and ears. The P.T., the Gymnastics and the Yoga on the lush green fields of the school were enthralling. The children said that P.T. gave them an elevated mood which contributed to an "I can do it" attitude and it helped the students approach new tasks as challenges and not obstacles.

The Brownian Western Band left everybody mesmerised and had everyone rocking and swinging with numbers like I'm yours', 'See you again' and Sufi song 'Kun Faya Kun'. Meri Pyari Ammi was dedicated to all the mothers present there. For them in school, playing and singing together creates an emotional bond that lasts forever.

The English play 'The Lion King' was fascinating and one realized that in this circle of life Humans and Animals can live in harmony with each other without worries.

The Hindi Play अपना अपना भाग्य was much appreciated by all. It portrayed an undiminished contrast between the rich and the poor.

To the boys to be creative means to be in love with life and dance. The fusion dance and the dance performed by Gaurav Bhatia held everyone captive.

The Memorial Hall had the most wonderful display of paintings and craft work. The projects by the Junior School on Rajasthan, Trees and Christmas and the Senior School project on "Taj Mahal" was breathtaking. The projects on science were extremely knowledgeable.

One really enjoyed some magical moments in the oldest boarding school of Dehra Dun.

The children said that the talents they demonstrated were the proof that they had the potentiality to be the useful citizens of the future.

Being one of the oldest schools and having established very fine traditions, Col. Brown School is extremely spirited and energetic, full of bright and innovative ideas, willing to embrace challenges and courageous in undertaking reforms in pursuit of excellence.

The school has cultivated a happy and motivating environment.

The school instills in everybody that he is the world`s most valuable resource and is the best hope for the future.

Good Luck party

As is the tradition at CBS, a Good Luck party was organized for the boys who would appear for their ICSE Examination 2018. The party was organized in the Bursar’ Garden in front of the Dining Hall.

As is the tradition at CBS, a Good Luck party was organized for the boys who would appear for their ICSE Examination 2018. The party was organized in the Bursar’ Garden in front of the Dining Hall.

Handmade Invitation Cards were distributed very carefully two days earlier, so that no one is left out. The party commenced at 6.00 pm. The boys looked different but smart in their party dresses. It has been rightly said- dress does make a difference. There was a photo session and the boys captured some memories and melting moments in their cameras. These photographs would remind the boys of the golden years at CBS.

The Proctor, Mrs. Indubala Singh arrived, accompanied by the Headmaster Mr. S.K.Tyagi and was welcomed by the members of the Staff and the students. Taranjeet Singh welcomed the guest warmly. The party began with the game of Musical Chairs, exclusively for the teachers. Mr. S.C. Pandey and Mrs. Anju Rawat were the winners.

After the game the Proctor performed the cake cutting ceremony amidst loud cheering and clapping. The celebration thus began. Drinks and variety of snacks were served. While the guests helped themselves with food, the boys entertained them with music and dance.

Next there was a Spoon Race for the Teachers in which Mr. Deepak Uniyal won, which was no surprise as he is our Physical Education Teacher. The third game was In- N- Out in which Mrs. A. Mukherjee won.

There was another round of mouthwatering savories. The boys openly but formally interacted with the Staff members and without doubt they were at their best.
Time passed quickly, as good time always does. Time came, to give prizes to the winners of the games. This being over, Vaibhav Singhania spoke the final words and thanked the guests for enhancing the grace of the occasion by their presence.

Parting always does make one feel awkward as one is not able to find words to express, however great an eloquent one is. The party ended and everyone parted with mixed feelings.

Good luck boys!

Col. Brown’s Alumni Get Back to Their Alma Matar

The Col. Brown’s old boys meet was held in school on 11th November, 2017. Holding key positions of influence and covering the globe the alumni have been contributing to the development of the society, positively.

The Col. Brown’s old boys meet was held in school on 11th November, 2017. Holding key positions of influence and covering the globe the alumni have been contributing to the development of the society, positively.

The meet has been great importance as it gives the opportunity to the children to meet the alumni and enables the alumni to familiarize themselves with the development of their alma matar. The old boys were extremely excited to play on the synthetic lawn tennis court which was recently inaugurated and were delighted to see the beautiful swimming pool coming up on the campus.

The knowledge imparted and talks given to the boys had a huge impact on the young minds and it was rightly voiced out by a student that the alumni endeavors to uphold good morals which act as an inspiration to them. The children thanked them profusely for giving them their amazing support and valuable time.

Col Brown School ready to celebrate its 91st year enjoys a tremendous student experience, very successful faculty, a supportive campus learning environment and a tremendous alumni who have been the message bearers and actual image creators of the school.

The essay competition managed by CBOBA (Col. Brown’s Old Boys Association) is used by the school to build confidence, develop writing skills, support creativity and encourage critical thinking for the young boys to become global citizens.

The young winners showed boundless imagination and the presentation by Harshit Kumar of class XII was astounding.

As music touches the soul and spirit of Col. Brown School, the old and new rocked the school with some powerful and catchy numbers as it helped the old boys to rememorize their good memories of the school.

The day ended with an elaborate fete. It was an amazing evening sipping and savoring fabulous drinks and food with awesome games, stalls, sweets, music and much more.

It really was a fun-filled Saturday spent with the alumni.

Inter House Athletic Competition October 2017

New records during the Inter House Athletic Competition during October 2017

TEAM NAME HOUSE EVENT NEW RECORD OLD RECORD
4 DEEPAK BHARADWAJ PH SHOT PUT 11.60 MTS 9.16 MTS
           
2 BOYNO SINGH PH LONG JUMP 5.56 MTS 5.52 MTS
  ROHIT RANDHAWA HH HIGH JUMP 1.50 MTS 1.48 MTS
  TARANJIT SINGH PH SHOT PUT 12.40 MTS 11.50 MTS
  MOHD. SADIQ BH JAVELIN 37.20 MTS 34.4 MTS
           
1 GIRI RAJ GODHARA BH 400 MTS 56.84 SEC 56.97SEC
  GIRI RAJ GODHARA BH TRIPPLE JUMP 11.67 MTS 11.11 MTS
  AMAN TYAGI BH DISCUS THROW 36.03 MTS 30.42 MTS

MEDAL WINNERS OF DDSA 2017

  • AMAN TYAGI GOLD MEDAL IN DISCUS THROW UNDER 20 YEARS
  • TAANJIT SINGH GOLD MEDAL IN SHOT PUT THROW UNDER 20 YEARS
  • GIRI RAJ GODHARA SILVER MEDAL IN 200 MTS UNDER 20 YEARS
  • TARANJIT SINGH SILVER MEDAL IN SHOT PUT THROW OPEN CATEGORY
  • GIRI RAJ GODHARA BRONZE MEDAL IN 200 MTS IN OPEN CATEGORY
  • AMAN TYAGI BRONZE MEDAL IN SHOT PUT UNDER 20 YEARS

News Update 4th November

On 26th October 91st Annual Athletic meet commenced. The boys were seen taking part in various events with great zeal. The boys of Bursar House particularly, trying their best to retain the coveted Tala trophy.

On 26th October 91st Annual Athletic meet commenced. The boys were seen taking part in various events with great zeal. The boys of Bursar House particularly, trying their best to retain the coveted Tala trophy. Many records were created as well as broken. The meet concluded on 2nd November.

The Result:

CROSS COUNTRY:
  • Headmaster House 26 Points 1st
  • Principal House 28 Points 2nd
  • Bursar House 28 Points 2nd
Athletic Meet:
  • Principal House 636 Points 1st
  • Bursar House 561 Points 2nd
  • Headmaster House 547 Points 3rd

The Principal House bagged the prestigious Tala Trophy (2017).

On 29th October the boys of STD XI and XII went for Town leave.

Sport has always been the backbone of CBS. The much awaited Synthetic Lawn Tennis court is ready. It was inaugurated by Mrs. Indu Bala Singh in the presence of Mr. Nitin Kirtane and Mr. Vijay Kanan, both national players. They played a couple of games with the Brownian and inspired the students.

On 2nd November CBS played a tennis match against Doon International School and lost. The boys participated in the English essay writing and English Declamation contest, organized by the Rama Krishna Ashram. The results are awaited. The District Sports are on the way! We shall keep you posted.

Col. Brown Cambridge School inaugurates synthetic tennis courts with state of the Art facilities

Col. Brown School added another feather to its cap by inaugurating synthetic tennis courts in the campus.

Col. Brown School added another feather to its cap by inaugurating synthetic tennis courts in the campus. The facility has been introduced to implement the age old belief of Col. Brown’s to instill in their students sports sportsmanship and leadership qualities for which Brownian’s have always been known.

The school had the pleasure of having Mr. Nitin Kirtane who has a laudatory resume that boasts of reaching the junior Wimbledon boys double final with Mahesh Bhupati in 1992 to winning the team Bronze at the Bangkok Asian games, representing India in the Davis cup to becoming a national champion for the first time and Mr. Vijay Kanani the junior national champion in 1997 and 1998 and Men’s national champion in the year 2001 and going on to represent India in Davis cup along with Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupati from 2001 to 2006.

Mr. Nitin Kirtane and Mr. Vijay Kanan played a couple of matches with the Brownian’s to impress upon them that a sport like Tennis plays various roles in strengthening the nation by building the character and health of its youth. It was evident that the students were greatly inspired. We hope the school Tennis team will avail of this modern facility and utilize it to train themselves for competitive matches.


Cross Country

The Half yearly examinations commenced on 4th October and concluded on 14th October.
On 8th October Inter House Cross Country 2017 was held, both for the juniors and the seniors at Maldevta, a country side location, surrounded by hills, with river flowing along the road side.

The Half yearly examinations commenced on 4th October and concluded on 14th October. On 8th October Inter House Cross Country 2017 was held, both for the juniors and the seniors at Maldevta, a country side location, surrounded by hills, with river flowing along the road side.

Four groups were formed - 2 km, 3 km, 5 km and 8 km.

The boys reached the starting point at 6:00 am and the race began at 6:15 am. The boys were bubbling with energy and enthusiasm.

The result:
  • 8KM – SPARSH GOEL (BH)
  • 5KM- RUSKIN Gill (PH)
  • 3KM-ADESH KUMAR (BH)
  • 2KM ASHWIN UPRA (HH)

The Headmaster House won the Trophy for the Cross Country.

Sparsh Goel (BH) broke the record of Prathu Raj (PH) of 2005. Prathu Raj’s timing was 30 min 55 sec and Sparsh bettered it by completing the race in 30 min 28 sec. Congratulations SPARSH.

After having refreshments the boys returned to school.

On 14th October, after the final paper the boys departed for Deepawali holidays to return to school on 22nd October.