Synchronize 2016

Synchronize 2016, Bishop Cotton Boys’ School’s annual Science and IT Fest was held on the 8th and the 9th of August and had Mr. Priynak Kharge, the IT/BT Minister of Karnataka as its Chief Guest. With over 15 participating schools and over 450 participants, it was a grand success. Bishop Cotton Boys’ School were crowned champions.  

Prefect’s Investiture – 2016

The Prefect’s Investiture for the students of standard 10 and 12 was held on the 2nd of July 2016. Over 90 prefects from the Junior and Senior sections was invested with authority as office bearers and prefects. The Chief Guest for the occasion was Mr. Aravind Jadav, the Chief Secretary of the Government of Karnataka. The occasion was a grand success and next year’s iteration will genuinely be looked forward to.

St.Peter’s Day – 2016

St. Peter’s Day was held on the 29th of June, 2016. The Bishop of the Church of South India, Members of the Board of Management, the Principals of both Bishop Cotton Boys’ and Girls’ School(s) and other dignitaries were in attendance. It was a solemn occasion, full of grandeur and prestige and was capped off by a sumptuous breakfast. The Old Cottonians’ Ball was held on the following day.    
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World Environment Day 2016

BCBS Environment Day Pictures 1     BCBS Environment Day Pictures 2           Our school celebrated World Environment Day in a splendid manner through a special assembly. The Chief Guest for this occasion was Dr. Aditya Sondhi, an Old Cottonian and the School Captain of the Batch of 1993. The assembly started off with a special prayer thanking God for the beautiful environment he had provided us with. Udit Srivastav, our Head of Day Scholars, gave the introduction to the theme of World Environment Day 2016 – Go Wild for Life and stressed on the importance of protecting our environment. Dr. Aditya Sondhi addressed the Cottonian family, asking them to be more conscious about their surroundings. He also shared a few instances where our country has taken certain steps to protect our environment. The special assembly had students from Junior School dressed up as endangered species of animals. There were poster and banners put in places to raise awareness on the threat of extinction. Finally, as a symbolic gesture our Chief Guest along with the teachers from the Environmental Department planted saplings. Some Related Posts.

Fruit Salad Party 2016-17

The Fruit salad party was a fun filled day at the Kindergarten block. The occasion was used to teach the students the health benefits of fruit –  one of Mother Nature’s most amazing foods, the colourful variety present in abundance and the benefits of sharing and pooling resources.

Yummy fresh fruits like strawberries, cherries, kiwis, apples and bananas were just some of the fruit that were mixed with delicious ingredients like jelly, custard, condensed milk and cream to make a scrumptious and delectable fruit salad.

Dressed in coloured clothes with a fruit shaped head band and music and dancing, the children had party in school like no other – devoid of junk food of any kind!

Kindergarten Christmas Programme

“Christmas isn’t a season. It’s a feeling.” Edna Ferber As the Pulitzer Prize winning novelist so rightly stated, we at Cottons believe in the feeling of Christmas. Christmas is for joy, for giving and sharing, for laughter, for coming together with family and friends, for tinsel and twinkling lights. But mostly, Christmas is for LOVE. As the cool, crisp winter air sweeps across the majestic grounds of our historical school, the Kindergarten Block gets transformed into a magical world of white bearded Santas, enchanted sleighs, majestic reindeers, sparkling trees and a jolly mix of ribbons, bows and string. The much loved Santa Claus with his hearty laugh and jolly smile visited the eagerly awaiting boys with Mrs. Santa in tow. As they sashayed down the grounds, singing and dancing and showering the boys with gifts and goodies, they instilled in them the very important message that giving is far more important than receiving. By setting this example, the feeling of Christmas comes alive within each and every one of our hearts.
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Inter House ISC Debate Competition 2015-16

Debate CompetitionOne of the highlights of Cottons’ rich plethora of extracurricular activities is the Inter House Debate Competiton. Both participants and spectators eagerly look forward to the flying of sparks that stems from the battle of wits between our exteremely talented debaters.

This year, the ISC Inter House Debate was held during July. The topic that was given to the contestants is – “Should the Death Penalty be Banned?” This year, the debate was made even more special thanks to the presence of our esteemed friends from the St. Edmunds College.  Padmanabhan Krishnamurthy from Thomas House won the Best Speaker’s Award, while Abhinav Dutt of Pakenhamwalsh House emerged as the Runner Up speaker in the 11th Standard Section. In the 12th Standard Section, Jayaditya Vittal of Pope House won the Best Speaker’s Award while Vishnu Giri of Pettigrew House finished second. Thomas House  emerged as the overall winners.

This was truly an entertaining and informative contest and left everyone wanting more.

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CoMUN – 2015

Months of preparation, weeks of anxiety, and days of waiting deserve to be kicked off grandly. And that was just what happened at the opening ceremony of the Cottons Model United Nations 2015, the fifth iteration, complete with competitors from Mumbai, Hyderabad, Coimbatore, and, taking our reach to a whole new level, Dubai and Palestine. The competition was highly energetic, extremely intense and was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone associated with it. It truly cemented Cotton Boys’ domination of the National MUN circuit and set the bar even higher for next year’s version.
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President’s Visit – 2015

Bishop Cotton Boys’ School, on the 23rd of December, was graced by the Shri Pranab Mukherjee, Honorable President of India. He was accompanied by Shri Vajubhai Rudabhai Vala, Governor of Karnataka, Shri Siddaramaiah, Chief Minister of Karnataka, and  Dr. G Parameshwara and Bishop Rev Dr. Prasanna Kumar Samuel, Chairman, Karnataka Central Diocese. On this day, the former Principals of both Cotton Boys’ and Cotton Girls’ were felicitated for their years of service. Grammy Award Winner, and Old Cottonian,  Ricky Kej, accompanied by Grammy Award Winner Wouter Kellerman, the renowned South African Flutist, with the assistance of the combined choir of Cotton Boys’ and  Cotton Girls’, enthralled the crowd with their melodious odes. Tanvi Shah, one of India’s finest vocalists, captivated the audience, which consisted of nearly 13000 people. In the Christmas Program that followed, nearly 1200 students of Junior I and Junior II instilled the warmth of Christmas in our hearts.  On the same night,  the staff members along with their families, capped off what proved to be a truly wonderful day with an equally wonderful dinner. This was truly an occasion to be remembered and truly epitomized Cottons’ ambition and drive for success.  
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Sesquicentennial Graduation Day – 2015 – 16

The Sesquicentennial Graduation Day was held on the 23rd of January, 2016. It saw a plethora of Cottonians take the next step in their lives and head out into the world with their heads held high. The Chief Guest was Bharat Ratna Dr. C.N.R Rao, one of India’s most accomplished scientists, and only the 4th Scientist to be awarded India’s Highest Civilian Honour. The School Captain, Naveen Bhadrecha was the recipient of all 4 Cups in the Senior Section, while Shuvam Mishra and Adyant Balaji were awarded Cups in the junior Section. Padmanabhan Krishnamurthy was appointed as the School Captain Designate for the academic year 2016-17, and received the mantle of responsibility from the outgoing Captain, Naveen Bhadrecha. All in all, the Sesquicenetennial Graduation Day was a grand success and was an occasion to be remembered.
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