The school Hindi Department took the follow-up of literary activities and organized Inter-House Hindi Debate Competition on September 29, 2018. All the participants spoke with great fervor. The results were a testament of the oratorical skills of the speakers . The Best speakers in categories 1,2 and three were  Dev Kashyap,  Headmaster House;  Akhil Khan, Bursar House and Parv Banga, Principal House,  respectively. Bursar House emerged as the winning house. All expressed their earnest appreciation for the excellent and impressive conduct of the event.


The school witnessed its Annual Inter-House Hindi Elocution on September 22. 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. Present at the occasion as judges were Mrs. Laxmi Bahukhandi, Pine Hall School; Mrs. Rekha Singh, Marshall’s School; Mrs. Bharti Mishra, Summer Valley School, to assess the performances. Bursar House was announced the overall winner. It  was altogether an enriching experience and culminated with words of appreciation and motivation by the Headmaster.


CBS hosted the Junior Council Football Tournament form 15th to 21st of this month. 12 schools over the town participated. Brownians won against Aryan School by 1-0, rested at 0-0 against Sri Ram Centennial School, won against Guru Nanak Academy by 4-3 and reached the semi finals to compete against St. Joseph’s Academy but lost by 0-2. Final match was between St Joseph’s Academy and St. Jude’s School wherein the latter won by 3-1.

Workshop: Psychological Aspects of Life

As an ongoing process, a workshop was conducted by Mrs. Mondrita Sen Gupta for the senior school students. The context in discussion was Psychological Aspects of Life. It was an affirmation to push one’s limits, make a paradigm shift in one’s thoughts, follow directions and pursue sincere efforts in life. This informative session was the ultimate test of agility, power and strength of mind over body.



Brownians participated in a two day seminar on ‘Indian Military History’ hosted by Welham Boys’ School on 6th and 7th September.

The segregation of students into different syndicates confirmed the participation of the following students :

Tanish Poddar and Mrinangshu Sen Gupta Syndicate 1 ‘India’s Relations with China:

India’s Security Perspective’

Priyanshi Chauhan Syndicate 2 ‘Women in Armed Forces’

Ayush Mittal and Arpan Bhujel Syndicate 3 ‘Free Expression: Indian Military


Sumrit Guglani Syndicate 4 ‘Missile Boat Attack on Karachi

and Gwadar’

The students spoke brilliantly on the agenda; conferred, conversed and opined purposefully and were able to develop collaborative thinking and deliberation.. The participants wrote essays on various topics as per their syndicates and the astounding artwork of the students of syndicate 3 was praiseworthy. The strenuous hours of practice and discussions have rendered students ability to perform to the best of their abilities amidst a plethora of informative and interactive sessions and surely they are now well informed about all the major issues relevant to India’s security measures.

Teacher’s Day

Col. Brown Cambridge School commemorates the birth anniversary of Dr.Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. The campus of Col. Brown School resonated with cheer and celebrations with a gesture of reverence and affection extended to the Teachers by the students on the eve of the Teacher’s Day. In the fond memory of the exemplary teacher and legend Dr.Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the students showcased a cultural extravaganza. The entire programme consisted of songs rich in melody, dances with perfect moves and coordination and a hilarious skit which was a mix of both Hindi and English. The School Band put up a wonderful show with exuberant and enthralling performance. Students extended their heartfelt tribute to the teachers for nurturing them. The event culminated with a vote of thanks from Std. XII. The entire show was a great success.