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November 24, 2022

Old Boys’ Association was held on 19th and 20th November 2022. The event began at sharp 11 a.m. with an entertainment extravaganza comprising the Welcome Speech, Saraswati Vandana, a solo, two duets, a medley of songs and a quiz.

High tea was arranged for the alumni and a short fruit break for the current students at 12 noon.

The Old Boys enthusiastically took over the onus of taking the show forward. They not only brought joy to the audience but also enjoyed thoroughly. Their performances were truly outstanding. They sang solos and duets which were followed by a Jamming Session.

A sumptuous lunch was served in the dining hall. After having relished the meal, the boys proceeded to the Memorial Hall for the AGM. A Football Match was played from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. between the alumni and current students.

The Fete organised from 6.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. was enjoyed by everyone. The alumni also relived the fetes they had witnessed during their school days.

The fun of the alumni meet continued on Day 2, 20th November 2022. After a delicious breakfast, a cricket match was played between the alumni and the current boys.

The two days of close connection with their alma mater has made amazing memories for the old boys to be cherished.

Model United Nations at Col. Brown Cambridge School

October 18, 2022

The Model United Nations is a platform to expose students the world over to broaden their horizon of social, economic and political understanding of different societies. This exposure helps them develop opinions on various on-going international issues.

Col. Brown Cambridge School initiated its MUN on 14th and 15th October 2022, Friday and Saturday, in the Memorial Hall. 45 students from classes VIII to XII zealously participated. The event began with a song, ‘We are the World’; and concluded with, ‘The Song of Peace’ on both days. Three committees of the UN were simulated: United Nations Humanitarian Rights Council (UNHRC), United Nations Security Council (UNSC) and Disarmament and International Security Council (DISEC).

The areas discussed in different sessions were Humanitarian Crisis as well as the Problems Faced by Women in Afghanistan, Biological Terrorism & Warfare and the Russian Ukraine War.

Vigorous brainstorming resulted in dynamic discussions that not only enhanced the understanding of students on burning international issues but also helped them learn the art of analysing them. The participants and also the audience realised that problems have to be identified, raised, sorted and resolved. In addition to this, the participants in the CBS MUN learnt the importance of research on a given agenda and the need to consistently hone their oratory skills.

This event has been a complete success as it has encouraged the students to realise the importance of the UN and its goals to promote world peace through cooperation and diplomacy; and, the need for selfless leaders who work for their nations.

An exciting game of soccer

October 7, 2022

On 3rd October ‘2022, an extremely exciting football match was witnessed on the lush green fields of Col. Brown School.

Swapnil Muyal an alumni requested C.B.S for a match with the children of of lower and middle rank Police employee who regularly play in the Police Lines.

C.B.S accepted and the teams played against each other enthusiastically.

The teams and their respective coaches were quite brisk and played well, Sarbdeep and Udaiveer highly energetic. C.B.S team tried hard to equalize but the other team won by one goal (2-1)

The players and the spectators had high level of adrenaline rush; cheering up the teams boosted the confidence of the player.

These football matches played on C.B.S ground have helped in developing a fair mind, team effort, discipline and competitive spirit among the C.B.S boys.

Feather in the Cap of Ayaan Saeed

October 6, 2022

Ayaan Saeed  from grade IX (Principal House) has qualified for the equestrian round in Delhi and will go to Bhopal for Nationals in December. 


October 4, 2022

‘Wild Life Week’

Activities conducted with students of Col. Brown School.

“One touch of nature makes the whole world kin.”

William Shakespeare

Like winds and sunsets, wild things were taken for granted until progress began to do away with them. This so called progress was depicted through uncontrollable construction of buildings that have left the earth’s façade unrecognizable. Yet, there are people who belong to a conscious society and have not let the concrete development affect them.

 It’s a treat to see schools with a lush green campus like that of Col. Brown School. It’s a traditional school that firmly believes in providing for its students an environment that is conducive for learning. Its numerous trees are home to rare species of birds. As a part of the Wild Life Week, an awareness programme was organized for the middle school students as well as students of classes VIII and IX.

A bird watching session was conducted by Dr. Raman Kumar, Dr.Saumya Prasad and Ms Ridhima from ‘Nature Science Initiative’. The students began their walk at 7.40 a.m. and within a trail of about a kilometre they were able to spot 45 species of birds. The birds spotted were:

8 Rock Pigeons 3 Spotted Doves, 15 Little Swifts 1 Red- wattled Lapwing 1 Shikra
9 Black Kites 1 Spotted Owlet 8 Indian Grey Hornbills 1 White throated Kingfisher 15 Green Bee-eaters
1 Coppersmith Barbet 1 Brown headed Barbet 1 Black-rumped Flameback 1 Grey headed Woodpecker 1 White throated Fantail
1 Alexandrine Parakeet 12 Rose ringed Parakeets 6 Plum-headed Parakeets 1 Large Cuckoo- shrike 6 Hair crested Drongo
2 Rufous Treepies 3 Large-billed Crows 1 Grey headed Canary Flycatcher 1 Red whiskered Bulbul 2 Cinereous Tit
2 Tailorbirds 1 Dusky Crag Martin 2 Wire tailed Swallows 1 Red-rumped Swallow 2 Red vented Bulbuls
1 Himalayan Bulbul 1 Greenish Warbler 2 Grey hooded Warblers 10 Indian white eye 4 Jungle Babblers
15 Common Mynas 1 Oriental Magpie Robin 1 Ultra marine Flycatcher 2 Brown Rock Chat 2 Pale-billed Flower peckers
2 Crimson Sunbirds 2 Scaly breasted Munia 1 Grey Wagtail 14 White Wagtail  

The students were extremely excited to spot the variety of birds. That indeed speaks volumes of what kind of an environment our students are privileged to be in.


October 3, 2022

The world of computers is perhaps the only reality for the present generation of students. Computers have stormed every field of learning. There is hardly any field of careers left where technology isn’t essential; every small action performed in a job, ultimately goes through some kind of a computer. In the end, being able to communicate and engage in this fast-paced manner enhances productivity levels by a great amount. We’re now capable of creating new and better quality of tasks via computer technology.

There is a constant ‘newness’ in this universe of computers. This perhaps is the reason why our young learners have a quest for learning. It arouses curiosity to know even more. We all know that the love of learning is gratifying and never self-destructive. It yields way for acquiring a storehouse of knowledge.

We, at Col. Brown Cambridge School encourage our students to discover themselves by providing numerous opportunities to grow in a holistic way. We are so proud that our ‘Whiz Kids’ Arpan Joel and Agastya Chaudhary of class XI and Mrigank Kohli of class VIII, who lent his voice for the audio, have devoted a considerable amount of time to create a CBS quiz website.

On 30thSeptember2022, Arpan and Agastya along with Sahil Mishra and Mrigank Kohli gave a presentation to the staff and students of their work. The site has been developed through HTML. They have uploaded questions on various subjects. The students can choose the correct answer to the questions by clicking on the correct option. The intelligently selected questions were displayed on the screen and the audience was asked to participate in the quiz .There was a lot of excitement as the students eagerly waited for a chance to answer. It was indeed impressive to see the students giving the correct answers. We could see that the audience was completely involved and enjoying the test of their knowledge.

We appreciate the efforts of the students. In a time of drastic change, it is the learners who inherit the future. So, Kudos to our students who make the most of the opportunities that the school provides. Let the CBS flag keep flying high!


October 2, 2022


“It is better to debate a question without settling it than to settle a question without debating it.” So, in order to stir the soul of reason, an Inter House Hindi Debate was organized on 1st October 2022.

You don’t win a debate by suppressing discussion; you win it with a better argument. This was exactly the challenge put across to the students.

There were three groups of participants. The debate began with Group I (classes X, XI, XII) putting their arguments across. The topic was ‘Income tax is the key to economic progress.’ The speakers were impressive as they spoke flawlessly. Group II (classes VIII and IX) eloquently dealt with the topic ‘It is inappropriate to carry out research on animals.’ Group III (classes VI and VII) expressed their views on the topic ‘School uniform should be banned.’

The aim of the competition was to hone speaking skills of the students and teach them to be articulate while expressing their thoughts and arguments. Each participant put forward his argument in an impressive and convincing manner. The session highlighted various opinions, thoughts, ideas and perspectives that definitely enhanced the knowledge and understanding of each topic.

The Headmaster, Mr. S.K.Tyagi congratulated all the participants as they presented their view points by giving much thought to the topics. After all free speech and debate are essential in our search for the truth. The Headmaster also gave the students valuable tips on how to enhance their skills further. Finally the result was declared amidst a loud applause. The morning’s event was enjoyable and left the audience with plenty of food for thought.

The winners were as follows:


The best speaker (Senior) was Samit Dulta
The best speaker (Junior) was Hardik Chaudhary
The overall winner was Bursar House. It was a clean sweep. Well done!


September 30, 2022

In the words of Vince Lombardi, “There is only one way to succeed in anything…and that is to give it everything.”

The Inter House Football Tournament concluded on Tuesday, 27th September 2022. The final match played between Principal House and Bursar House was an extremely thrilling match. Bursar House defeated their opponents by a convincing score of 2-0. Udaiveer scored both the goals and emerged as the star player. Aryan Singh Rawat from Principal House was another player whose game was worthy of praise.

It is said that teamwork makes the dream work; this was befittingly displayed on the field as both the teams worked together in this exhilarating match.

Football, a game that brutally tests the minds and bodies of even its strongest players, brings forth many lessons about the importance of perseverance, dedication and hard work. The Brownians have lived up to this age old saying.

The overall champion of the tournament was Principal House.  They were the well- deserved winners and had an impressive lead against the contenders.

The Headmaster Mr. S.K.Tyagi gave away the prizes and congratulated the players on their performance.

Final tally of points was as follows:


The following boys were declared as the BEST players in their groups:

A Agam Bhatia Headmaster House
B Agrim Gupta Principal House
C Ayaan Khan Principal House


September 26, 2022

Sunday morning was not the regular lazy one, but there was a great deal of cheerful bustle. The reason was that the students were to visit the multiplex for a film. A visit to a cinema is a little outing in itself. It breaks the monotony of an afternoon or evening; it’s a change from the routine of school. Besides, what could be better than watching a film with friends? It’s a completely different experience.

On 25th September 2022, all the students of CBS went to watch the film ‘Brahmastra’. The much talked about film is a fantasy action-adventure with a mythology based storyline. The students were thrilled to watch the film as its visual effects are well captured and worthy of praise. The added attraction of the morning was the interval, where the boys could buy snacks of their choice.

When the students returned to school their faces were beaming. The smiles said it all! They had enjoyed themselves thoroughly. What more could one ask for than the happiness of our children!


September 21, 2022

“Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.” Robert Frost

A Hindi Elocution Competition was organised at Col. Brown Cambridge School on 17th September,2022. The stage was set and the audience sat with bated breaths as the first big competition after the pandemic was being held.

Poetry is one of the ancient arts, wherein words are woven together in the most powerful expression. It evokes the emotions of the ones reciting as well as those who listen. It carries you away into a world of beauty and also a world of harsh reality, as poets used it as a medium to express their thoughts.

Dressed immaculately in their uniform, the students were ready to put their best foot forward for the competition. There were different groups as well as individuals who were going to perform. Every participant performed with gusto!

The audience was completely overcome by the expressions displayed with a perfect diction. The selection of the poems was excellent. The morning’s event was even more special with the parents joining in as the audience. In a competition there have to be winners but for us each participant was a winner. Well done students!

The winners were as follows:

1 (X-XII) (Individual) Sahil Mishra (Headmaster House) Aag ki Bheek Dinkar
(Choral) Headmaster House Udbodhan Maithli Sharan Gupt
2. (VIII-IX) Individual Mrigank Kohli (Headmaster House) Eklavya ki guru dakshina Dr. Harivansh Tarun
(Choral) Headmaster House Veeron ke Vanshaj Jaago Gajendra Singh Viplavi
3. (VI-VII) Individual Janak Tanwar (Principal House) Basanti Hava  
(Choral) Bursar House Dharmagya Tota  
The best speaker in the junior category was- Janak Tanwar

The best speaker in the senior category was- Sahil Mishra

Best House- Headmaster House