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HINDI ELOCUTION

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:

CATEGORY WINNER (House) POEM POET
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

INVESTITURE CEREMONY

September 20, 2022

Investiture ceremony for the year 2022-2023 was held at the morning assembly on the 31st of August 22.

Following appointments were made

Captain

Principal House- Shauryajeet Singh

Bursar House-Shivanshu Tiwari

Headmaster House –Agam Bhatia

Prefect

Principal House- Aryan Rawat

Bursar House – Aadesh Kumar

Headmaster House- Mohak Chandana 
 

Junior Council Football Tournament

September 20, 2022

The finals of the Junior council football tournament was played on Col. Brown School ground on 19th September 2022. It was an extremely hard played match and Col. Brown lost the match by one goal (1-2). Two goals were scored by Manish Limbu from St. Judes school who was good with his foot work. The single goal from Col. Brown as scored by Ayan Khan who took a free kick from the center of the field and scored a beautiful goal. Satvik Jaiswal was the man of the match as he saved many goals targeted at Col. Brown Goal.

Football tournament begins at Col Brown School

September 17, 2022

The Junior Council Football Tournament hosted by Col. Brown School commenced here, on 14 September.  The first match was played between St. Thomas College and Col. Brown School.

TEACHERS’ DAY CELEBRATIONS

September 15, 2022

Teachers are to students what sunshine is to flowers!

In the words of Swami Vivekanand, “Books may help us to increase our knowledge, but without a teacher’s guidance, knowledge cannot affect our innermost being.” A close teacher-student relationship is an integral part of any learning process. On Teachers’ Day the students go that extra mile to express their gratitude by putting up a variety entertainment show.This year too, the cultural bonanza put up by the students of Col. Brown School was par excellence.

The strong bond between a teacher and a student builds silently over a period of time, there are no bugles sounded or trumpets blown to speak of the selfless contribution of a teacher, but an evening of entertainment dedicated to them is worth a lifetime of dedication.

The programme began by remembering our great leader Dr. Radhakrishnan, the second President of India, whose birthday we commemorate as Teachers’ Day to recognize the contribution of teachers to society.

The programme this year was unique. All the skits that were performed were relevant to the present day social set up. The skits, “The harms of social media,” “Lockdown Diaries” and “The pseudo society,” portrayed the real face of the world we live in. The insight that the students highlighted, confirmed the belief that we have taught our students “HOW” to think and not “WHAT” to think! The script as well as the performance of all the students lit up our hearts. Indeed these were hard hitting themes but the humour that was added was delightful.

The songs were well chosen and sung melodiously. The dances displayed an astounding talent and hours of hard work. The stage was set, the spirits were high and the love, respect and appreciation shown by the students will be treasured by each teacher for a long time to come!

Obituary

September 14, 2022

With deep sorrow we announce the passing away of Kiran Patel batch of
1966 in the USA yesterday 13th of September 22. Our heartfelt sympathy
with his brother Anand Rao Patel (batch of 1961) and all his family.

May God rest his soul in peace.

Obituary

September 14, 2022

With deep sorrow we announce the passing away of Kiran Patel batch of
1966 in the USA yesterday 13th of September 22. Our heartfelt sympathy
with his brother Anand Rao Patel (batch of 1961) and all his family.

May God rest his soul in peace.

TEACHERS’ DAY CELEBRATIONS

September 5, 2022

Teachers are to students what sunshine is to flowers!

In the words of Swami Vivekanand, “Books may help us to increase our knowledge, but without a teacher’s guidance, knowledge cannot affect our innermost being.” A close teacher-student relationship is an integral part of any learning process. On Teachers’ Day the students go that extra mile to express their gratitude by putting up a variety entertainment show.This year too, the cultural bonanza put up by the students of Col. Brown School was par excellence.

The strong bond between a teacher and a student builds silently over a period of time, there are no bugles sounded or trumpets blown to speak of the selfless contribution of a teacher, but an evening of entertainment dedicated to them is worth a lifetime of dedication.

The programme began by remembering our great leader Dr. Radhakrishnan, the second President of India, whose birthday we commemorate as Teachers’ Day to recognize the contribution of teachers to society.

The programme this year was unique. All the skits that were performed were relevant to the present day social set up. The skits, “The harms of social media,” “Lockdown Diaries” and “The pseudo society,” portrayed the real face of the world we live in. The insight that the students highlighted, confirmed the belief that we have taught our students “HOW” to think and not “WHAT” to think! The script as well as the performance of all the students lit up our hearts. Indeed these were hard hitting themes but the humour that was added was delightful.

The songs were well chosen and sung melodiously. The dances displayed an astounding talent and hours of hard work. The stage was set, the spirits were high and the love, respect and appreciation shown by the students will be treasured by each teacher for a long time to come!

Independence Day Celebrations at CBS

August 16, 2022

“Freedom of mind is the real freedom.”

As we celebrate 75 years of Independence, the enthusiasm amongst all the Indian citizens seems to be at its best. At Col Brown School the celebrations aroused great patriotic fervour among the students.

As soon as the national flag was hoisted by the Headmaster, Mr. S.K.Tyagi, the national anthem echoed through the campus. The National Anthem reminds us of the spirit of pluralism and the concept of ‘Unity in Diversity’, which lies at the core of India’s cultural heritage. The diversity is conspicuous at CBS as we have students from all parts of the country. We uphold the diverse culture of our nation in the true sense.

The choir moved the audience to tears with their soulful rendition of patriotic songs. The students joined in with gusto and held their heads high with pride. We all are proud to be Indians and will never forget that our culture is not merely 75 years old but has a long standing history enriched with a deep rooted culture. Brownians will always respect their culture and strive to contribute towards the progress of the nation.

The students, members of the staff and visiting parents participated in a number of sports activities that added to the festive spirit.

However, let us not forget that though we celebrate our freedom from the British rule, true freedom lies in the freedom of the mind. We must think above all petty issues and help India become a truly progressive nation as expressed by Gurudev Rabindra Nath Tagore, “Where the world has not been broken up into fragments by narrow domestic walls………………………..In to that heaven of freedom, my father, LET MY COUNTRY AWAKE!”

TREE PLANTATION AT COL. BROWN CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL

August 11, 2022

“HE WHO PLANTS A TREE, PLANTS A HOPE.”

Each year on 11th August, a tree plantation drive is carried out on the school campus. The students participate actively and plant saplings with much enthusiasm. The day marks the death anniversary of our late Principal, Mr. Abhai Singh, a nature lover and keen environmentalist, who promoted the plantation of trees on the campus. We have continued with the tradition and in his memory we plant a variety of trees.

This year too, our young, exuberant students geared up for the plantation and put their best foot forward. The experienced seniors gave a helping hand to the younger students and within no time a hundred and fifty saplings had found ground. It may seem a fun activity but the learning lesson behind it is deep rooted. A number of guests participated in the event. We are grateful to Mr.Rajive Rekhi and Mr. Shobit Aswal from ‘The Friends of Doon’, Mr. Paramjeet from Pramukh, Ms.Somya and family who took time out to be a part of our plantation drive.

Trees are the soul of our earth. They play a vital role in the existence of us humans. They give us life but we take their life. This is the irony! Each year uncountable number of trees are felled to give rise to a concrete jungle. However, at Col. Brown we value mother-nature and keep replenishing the green cover with new plants. The campus proudly houses a rare variety of trees that is the home of many birds. We follow the policy of co-existence and our students help to nurture the environment with their loving care.Trees stand tall in nature and serve as an inspiration for humans to grow their roots, to stay grounded while also gently swaying in the wind with life’s changes.

“To exist as a nation, to prosper as a state, to live as a people, we must have trees.” – Theodore Roosevelt