- The Annual Sports Day for the current academic session was celebrated in Miles Bronson Residential School, Borjhar, on 18 and 19 Dec 14. The annual ritual is one of the most awaited events in this fully residential school. For the Opening Ceremony this year Mr Gaurav Natekar had been invited. Gaurav Natekar is an Arjuna Awardee, double Asian Games Gold Medallist and a former Indian Tennis player of international repute. He currently holds the position of CEO at the prestigious Mahesh Bhupathi Tennis Academies (MBTA), which has multiple academies across the country. The day began with two minute silence as homage to 132 school children killed in Army School, Peshawar, by the Taliban. The Chief Guest, Mr Gaurav Natekar, was accorded the traditional welcome, which was followed by a Welcome Song and an Aerobic Show, performed by young children. Exercising their supple bodies, children put up a spectacular show. Dr NK Dutta, Founder & Principal, addressed the gathering and urged children to take to sports in a bigger way. The star event of the show was the March Past by the entire School. Smartly turned out boy and girls in their attractive school dresses presented a symmetrical body of humans gathered in the grounds. Marching on the beats of the School Band, ably led by Neeta Brahma, all contingents nearly touched military precision. There were many prizes at stake but the most coveted trophy for the Best House in March Past was awarded unanimously to the Earth House. Many track and field events were organized throughout the day. The next day saw Mrs K Hemlatha, GM Finance Airports Authority of India, NER, as the Chief Guest, Mr Manish Kumar Deka, the famous mountaineer who climbed the Mt Everest in 2013, as the Guest Speaker and Ms Dipali Boro, an archer of international fame, as the Guest of Honour. Football final match was played between Water and Light House and was won by the former. After the match, a colourful folk dance was presented by girl students which covered Assamese, Bodo, Garo, Manipuri and Bengali folk dances. Finally prizes were given away by the Chief Guest.