MBRS News Bureau: Guwahati 17th August: The City Round of CBSE Cryptic Crossword Contest (CCCC) 2018 has been hosted by Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), Borjhar, Guwahati on 16th August, 2018. Covering the entire NE India, 28 schools had participated this brainstorming contest including the host school which are as follows: JNV, Morigaon; JNV, Willium Nagar; JNV, Sibsagar; JNV, Nongstoin; KVEAC, Upper Shillong; JNV, Nagaon; JNV, Longding; JNV, Wokha; JNV, North Tripura; JNV, Chirang; JNV, Nalbari; JNV, Imphal; JNV, East Khasi Hills; JNV, Mukhula; KV, Silchar; JNV, Phek; Sarla Birla Gyanjyoti, Guwajhati; KV NIT; Silchar; Royal Global School, Guwahati; Maria’s Public School, Narengi; JNV, Diphu; JNV, Dimapur; JNV, Jorhat; JNV, Sikkim; South Point School, Guwahati; JNV, Kohima; KV NEHU, Shillong; and the host MBRS, Borjhar.
CCCC is an Annual National inter-school competition which is organized by extra – C in association with CBSE, KVS, NVS and Doordarshan where schools send a team of two students each to various city rounds across the country. The winning teams from the each city round then gather at the national capital to vie for the National Crossword Championship. National winner gets Rs.25,000.00 and trophy. National 1st Runner up 15,000.00 and trophy, 2nd Runner up 10,000.00 and trophy. The city round winners will receive certificates and free trips to New Delhi. CCCC of this year was launched by Governor of Bihar, Shri Satyapal Malik on 10th July, 2018 in New Delhi. It is open to students of class IX-XII in schools affiliated to any of the recognized Boards in India. The contest is being conducted in 41 cities across the country.
Royal Global School, Guwahati has won the Guwahati City Round of the CBSE Cryptic Crossword Contest (CCCC) 2018. With this win, they have qualified for the Grand Finale to be held in New Delhi towards the year-end. Maria’s Public School, Guwahati has won the second position.
The Chief Guest cum City Patron of the event was Mr. Prabin Bhuyan, Head of Academics, MBRS. Mr. Vivek Kr. Singh, IAS is the Chief Mentor of CCCC and Mr. Raj Narayan Singh is the National Coordinator who also coordinated in Guwahati.


MBRS News Bureau: On 3rd August, 2018 Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), Guwahati has signed up TATA ClassEdge as one of the new dimension of MBRS smart classroom innovations for the best benefit of the Bronsonians so far as Classroom Pedagogy is concerned. This digitalized smart classroom ambience in collaboration with TATA will be a massive resource of learning in a very scientific, highly interesting and fun oriented way to bring a transformational change in the teaching learning process in a very positive manner.

    Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder & Principal in his introductory remarks at the signup meeting in presence of the officials from TATA and MBRS Staff, expressed his deep contentment for this bonding and extended greetings to all for this illuminating initiative. Dr. Dutta emphasized upon the fruitful use of technology in education for a greater and efficient output and he also significantly elaborated that technology cannot replace a teacher but it can boost up the dexterity and expertise of a teacher to make an effective classroom in collaboration with technology.

   Mr. Kishore Bhattacharrya, General Manager, TATA ClassEdge, NE Region while felicitating Dr. Dutta in the inaugural meeting expressed profound satisfaction to launch TATA ClassEdge with such a reputed No.1 leadership school of the country like MBRS, Guwahati and made himself accountable to extend best service to the institution.

  Tata ClassEdge was created with 25 years of international experience in the space of e-learning. The organization entered the sphere of school education in India in 2011 with the aim of innovatively using technology to improve learning outcomes for children through interactive learning. With a highly energized team of multi-disciplinary specialists, Tata ClassEdge constantly innovates in pedagogy, technology and content aimed at enhancing learning experiences for CBSE, ICSE and various State Board schools in the K12 education landscape in India. More than 1,200 schools and 70,000 teachers across India have already adopted the Tata ClassEdge way of teaching.


MBRS News Bureau: Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), a premier Co-Ed boarding of Guwahati city has bagged overall 2nd position in the All India Indian Public Schools’ Conference (IPSC) U- 14, 17 & 19 (Boys) Taekwondo Championship which was hosted and organized by Birla Vidya Mandir, Nainital on 21st and 22nd of June, 2018. The team MBRS which participated in the National Tournament comprised 7 players and won 4 Gold, 1 Silver and 2 Bronze. Another remarkable breakthrough is that, specifically U-19 (Boys) team of MBRS achieved the pan India 2nd Position in that category.
Results of Team MBRS at a Glance:
U – 14 BOYS
U – 27 KG:
Master Devraj Basumatary - Gold
U – 17 BOYS
U – 45 KG:
Master Aryan Mishra - Bronze
U – 48 KG:
Master Birkhang Narzary - Bronze
U – 19 BOYS
U – 51 KG:
Master Bhaigyajeet Basumatary - Gold
U – 54 KG:
Master Mebaplielad Lyngkhoi - Silver
U – 68 KG:
Master Gaurab Kumar Gupta - Gold
U – 73 KG:
Master Upamanyu Rabha – Gold


MBRS News Bureau: A delegation comprising 12 student delegates from Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), the leading co-ed boarding school of Guwahati city has participated in a national level Debate which was organized by “Behes” and hosted by Royal Global School, Guwahati. The competition was held on 15th and 16th June, 2018. In the challenging competition 3 students viz: Master Yubraj Das Upadhyaya (Class XII, Sc), Master Enrison Laskar (Class XI, Sc) and Miss Diziree A. Sangma (Class XI, Humanities) have individually the Best Speaker Award and have brought infinite laurels to MBRS family.
The debate was highly competitive and the participants had to present their enriching arguments impromptu within 15 minutes which was really a commendable effort from all debaters and approx. 30 schools encompassing the North East participated in the competition.
Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder and Principal, MBRS extended congratulations and greetings to all the student achievers, the teacher in charges Mr. Premankur Biswas, PGT Chemistry, MBRS and Miss Basanti Chettri, PGT Geography, MBRS and also the entire MBRS fraternity for this remarkable breakthrough.


MBRS News Bureau: A delegation comprising four student delegates from Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), premier co-ed boarding school of Guwahati city has recently participated in the FutureSake by Worldview Education Smart Minds, Smart Habitats Learning Expedition Program at Singapore from 28th April, 2018 to 2nd May, 2018. The student delegates are as follows: Miss Keneitsinuo Kense (Class X), Miss Dimadi Thaosen (Class - X), Master Shamim Ahmed (Class XII/Sc) & Master Seenam Sidisow (Class XII/Arts). The student delegates were accompanied by Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder & Principal, MBRS and Mr. Areef Ahmed, Faculty Advisor, MBRS.
Students started the journey by understanding the growth of Singapore into a Smart Urban Habitat over the past few decades before going into experiencing and exploring certain futuristic solutions that are currently being implemented through smart urban-design and sustainable planning. The students were inspired by the positive impact that can emerge from the collective effort of the government, institutions, organisations, households and individuals. Throughout this learning journey, the students were guided and encouraged to think of simple ideas that they could implement to make their homes, neighbourhoods and schools sustainable places to live in and thereby contribute to the overall development of the cities they live in.
FutureSake by Worldview Education is a youth-centric program that has a unique method of utilizing the challenges arising from rapid urbanization as props to help students develop their skills & capacities to solve challenges. This program helps students learn in an experiential way and develop sensitivity to the complex problems that our world faces, even as it brings about a youth-led movement to guide our cities into a Smart & Sustainable future. As part of the different modules in the program, students conduct audits of their home, neighbourhood & schools; form teams to run projects around the building blocks of a smart city such as energy, waste, water, biodiversity, mobility, land-use etc and undertake a learning-expedition that takes them to some of the most sustainable cities in the world such as Singapore & San Francisco.
Commenting on the FutureSake program, Mr Sampreeth Reddy Samala, CEO Worldview Education, said, “At Worldview, we believe that problem-solving can be a great learning tool so we build all our programs around global challenges & engage students in finding solutions to them. The problems emanating from rapid-urbanisation are extremely relevant for anyone growing up in this century. With the FutureSake program, students aren’t just learning about a relevant problem but they are also studying potential solutions, coming up with ideas of their own and implementing them within their homes and schools. We want Generation-Z to become a Generation of Solvers or Gen-S as we like to call them”.

1st All India Council for Robotics & Automation (AICRA) Certified Next Generation Robotics Lab (nxr) Signed Up By Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), Guwahati

MBRS News Bureau: On 18th May, 2018 Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), Guwahati has signed up the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with TimesWorld Group to setup 1st All India Council for Robotics & Automation (AICRA) Certified Next Generation Robotics Lab (nxr) of North East in its premises. NxR is the most advanced Robotics Lab that follows the syllabus developed by AICRA. O, A and B level programs are been designed for students from 5th standard to 12th standard. Throughout the academic year students would learn programming and make various robotics projects. NxR facilitate school with all equipment as well as provides AICRA certified trainer support that takes care of training in school campus.
Students will be trained enough on various robotics projects so they can compete in National as well as International Robotics Championships to represent school. After completion of annual training, the members will be getting Certificates from “All India Council for Robotics & Automation (AICRA)”. NxR lab is a platform for students to integrate STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) streams. It relates classroom concepts to real life developing an affinity towards technology, artificial intelligence and increase students’ motivation.
MBRS’s initiative getting an integrated STEAM Lab and global standard robotics programs would help its all student to take the lead in current and upcoming technology era such as critical thinking, teamwork and problem solving in children of different age. It is noteworthy to mention that besides Robotic Lab recently MBRS has also introduced some other sophisticated world class laboratories of Life Skills, Quiz and Debate which are also unique and pioneering innovations in the region.
The MOU has been signed off between Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder and Principal, MBRS, Guwahati and Mr. Raj Sharma, CEO, TimesWorld Group.


MBRS News Bureau: On 7th May, 2018 Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), Guwahati has launched National Digital Library of India sponsored by Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India and coordinated by Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur as one of the new features of unique MBRS innovations in the academic session. The online cum digital library was graciously inaugurated by Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder & Principal, MBRS along with the members of the school council. The main objective of this pioneering initiative is Learning, Sharing and Growth which will extend an unprecedented benefit to the Bronsonians covering all invaluable learning skills namely Visual, Auditory & Kinesthetic (VAK). The addition of this invaluable, effective and powerful resource with the state of the art MBRS InfoTech Center (MBRS Library) will render an outstanding learning ambiance to the Bronsonians and envisaged this will escalate the portrait and brand of MBRS to the next level.


MBRS News Bureau: Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder and Principal of Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), Guwahati has recently attended the XIX Global Connection Seminar, organized and hosted by Indian School Al Ghubra, Muscat, Oman from 9th April to 14th April, 2018. The Chief Guest of the opening ceremony was Shri Indramoni Pandey, Indian Ambassador to Oman in presence of Dr. P. Mohammad Ali, Founder of the Host School along with many other distinguished guests and dignitaries. The welcome address of the august occasion was extended by Mrs. Papri Ghosh, Principal, Indian School Al Ghubra, Muscat, Oman.
The main objective of the seminar was to craft bonhomie of the esteemed and pioneering educational leaders and top Principals of the world who have contributed immensely for the real cause of education. Another feature of the seminar was to discuss and resolve contemporary pedagogical challenges of the century and also to establish a global connects amongst the educators. The prestigious invitation to Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder & Principal, MBRS, Guwahati and his participation to such an illuminating seminar as the foremost Principal and Educator of the world has enhanced the reputation of MBRS to the next level and also has brought infinite laurels to NE as well as the country.


MBRS News Bureau: Miss Oyam Lipir, an outgoing class XII, Science Bronsonian of Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), Guwahati has cracked the Pre-Board International Scholarship Examination - 2018 (PBISE) with full scholarship for her admission to Birla Institute of Technology & Science (BITS) Pilani, Dubai Campus. Another giant feature of this achievement is that, she has also got qualified for the foreign language test with the same entrance examination as she had been studying in an English Medium School. Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder & Principal, MBRS; Mrs. Nandini Dutta, Secretary, Miles Bronson Education Society and entire MBRS fraternity have extended Greetings to her for this astounding breakthrough envisaging a bright future ahead. In a special morning assembly while addressing the congregation, Miss Oyam Lipir cordially thanked the Principal and the Secretary for their able guidance and care which played the pivotal role behind that success as well as all the teachers for their tireless teachings, to make her dream come true.


MBRS News Bureau: The national level essay writing competition was organized by Shri Ram Chandra Mission (SRCM) & United Nations Information Centre for India & Bhutan (UNIC). Bhaswati Basumatary class IX bagged the fifth position in the North East for her outstanding contribution in the event. The consolation prizes are received by R. Maya I-Ka Marbaniang Class XII Sc and Ashirwad Das Class IX.


MBRS News Bureau: Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder and Principal, Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS) and Mr. Areef Ahmed, Round Square Representative, MBRS has participated as MBRS delegate in the Round Square Annual Regional Meeting (ARM) – 2018 which was recently hosted and organized by Chittagong Grammar School (CGS), Chittagong, Bangladesh. The conference was conducted from 1st to 3rd February, 2018 where 30 Round Square schools across the South Asian and Gulf Region of the globe became a part of the conference.
The main objective of holding ARM – 2018 is to formulate new plans, strategies, ideas and discoveries by forming a bonhomie of region wise Round Square School Heads and Reps where all collaboratively opine, discuss, share and exchange their views from which meticulously resolutions and minutes are extracted to be undertaken for a better and real cause of Round Square philosophy. The keynote speaker of the opening ceremony was Mr. Korvi Rakshand, Founder, JAAGO Foundation, Bangladesh.
Round Square is a Global Network and Platform of innovative and forward looking schools where presently 187 schools are the members from 50 countries encompassing 6 continents which are segregated into 5 geographical regions like Africa, America, Australia & East Asia, Europe & the Mediterranean and South Asia & Gulf. Schools affiliated with Round square inculcate a shared educational philosophy based on 6 pillars of IDEALS (Internationalism, Democracy, Environment, Adventure, Leadership and Service) founded by the German educationist Mr. Kurt Hahn. In 2015 and 2016, MBRS participated the Round Square International Conference (RSIC) Singapore as Candidate School and at Stiftung Louisenlund, Germany as Member School respectively. In 2017, MBRS had been promoted as Global Member School conferred by His Excellency King Constantine of Greece, President Round Square at the Round Square International Conference (RSIC), Cape Town, South Africa.


MBRS News Bureau: Guwahati, 9th February: A delegation comprising eight student delegates and one teacher delegate, has recently participated the Global Round Square Conference - 2018 from Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), Guwahati. The conference was hosted and organized by Welham Boys’ School, Dehra Dun from 24th January to 30th January, 2018. Round Square is a global platform founded by the German educationist Mr. Kurt Hahn where students get exposure on many aspects in resonance to their personalized experiential learning. The conference was themed and entitled “Escape the Ordinary” where 36 elite schools across the Globe figuring a number of 350 students participated in the conference. The name of the student delegates from MBRS are as follows: Master Bamang Yuma (VI), Master Rajeev Prasad (VI), Master Udipta Majumdar (VI), Master Vickey Kumar Shah (VII), Master Duke Basumatary (VIII), Master Anjalu Machahary (VIII), Master Aryan Mishra (VIII) and Master Dhrubarun Dhiraj (VIII) who were escorted by Mr. Dhruba Jyoti Bora, Assistant Teacher, MBRS.
In the enriching conference, the budding talents across the world were mixed and segregated to different ‘Baraza and Riika’ where the students got the opportunity to express their latent talents and dexterity by exchanging their views on contemporary major global environmental concerns and issues. In resonance to the theme of the conference as well as philosophy of Round Square they participated and extended community service in the form of meeting and interacting with disabled underprivileged children.
Ms. Diya Mirza the popular celebrity and Dr. Anand Gokani, the renowned Endocrinologist enlightened the conference as the Keynote Speakers and left behind an indelible impact of wisdom in the heart and mind of all the participants. The conference had another fascinating feature of fun skills like calligraphy, wall painting, target jump, zip lining and kite flying.


MBRS News Bureau: Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), the leading co-ed boarding school of Guwahati city has bagged 1st prize in the inter school ‘Harry Potter’ Quiz, hosted and organized by Royal Global School, Guwahati. The carnival was held on 22nd December, 2017 entitled ‘Alohomora – Where Muggles Meet Wizard’. The Bronsonians who represented MBRS and have brought laurels and accolades to the school are Miss Bidisha Dutta (Class XII Science), Miss Nyajum Raji (Class XII Commerce) and Master Mibang Tayeng (Class XI Science).
In the challenging conclave, approx. 25 city schools participated and faced the exciting ‘Cauldron’. The main idea of holding the ‘Potter-O-Mania’ was to offer fun diversion from the rigors of school life amalgamated with thrilling games, lip-smacking food and tons of recreations. In the concluding ceremony, the prizes were given away to the winners jointly by Mr. A. K. Sinha, Director, Royal Global School, Guwahati and Mr. Dikam Bhuyan, Renown Quizmaster cum Actor.
Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder and Principal, MBRS extended congratulations and greetings to all the student achievers, the teacher in charge Mr. Partho Sarothy Das, PGT English, MBRS and the entire MBRS fraternity for this remarkable feather of success.


MBRS News Bureau: On 21st December, 2017 Shri Kuladhar Saikia, IPS, Special DGP (Law and Order), Assam in presence of Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder & Principal, MBRS inaugurated the newly introduced pioneering and sophisticated MBRS labs of Life Skills, Debate, Quiz, Music, Drama, Robotics and STEAM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics). This galaxy of innovations in a nutshell entitled as MBRS Skills Center. The high-tech labs possess a repository of invaluable resources with world class facilities where students can practice & perform with Global simulated atmosphere with Kinesthetic and hands on learning facility. Shri Kuladhar Saikia, IPS, Special DGP (Law and Order), Assam stated that the new innovation of MBRS Skills Center and STEAM will contribute immensely in proliferating the latent talent, self confidence and wisdom of the students to be motivated to take the upcoming National and International challenges and competitions enthusiastically with dexterity to bring laurels to the school. He also envisaged that the colorful and fun oriented learning will inculcate a knowledge thirst virtue amongst Bronsonians and their learning will be fully perpetuated. Shri Saikia extended deep cordial gratitude and greetings to Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder & Principal, MBRS for his unparallel pioneering effort and innovation in pedagogy.


MBRS News Bureau: Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), the leading co-ed boarding school of Guwahati city has bagged 1st position in two categories in the 17th Edition of State Level Cyber Fest 2017-18, hosted and organized by South Point School, Guwahati. The event was observed on 24th and 25th November, 2017. MBRS has secured top honours in the event of Webpage Designing and the other one Power Point Presentation. The Bronsonians who represented MBRS and have brought accolades and glory to the school are Miss Bidisha Dutta (Class XII Sc) and Master Samrat Kar (Class XII Sc) in the discipline of Webpage Designing and Miss Jermin Taba Martha (Class XII Sc) and Master Chau Nathan (Class XI Sc) in the discipline of Power Point Presentation respectively.
In the challenging conclave, more than 40 CBSE affiliated schools across the state had participated. The main idea of holding the brainstorming fest was to ignite the innovative mind of the budding talents and also to share and showcase the creativity in a collaborative way. In the concluding ceremony, the prizes were given away to the winners by Mrs. Mandira Chandra, HOD, English, South Point School, Guwahati.
Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder and Principal, MBRS extended congratulations and greetings to all the student delegates, the teacher in charge Mr. Nabajyoti Lahkar and the entire MBRS family for this remarkable breakthrough.


MBRS News Bureau: Guwahati, November 4th: Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), a premier co-ed boarding school of Guwahati city has observed the Vigilance Awareness Week – 2017, in collaboration with Indian Overseas Bank, Guwahati on 4th November, 2017 at the conference hall of the school. The awareness programme was conducted in the form of a vibrant debate competition amongst the students of MBRS. In resonance with the national theme of the Vigilance Awareness Campaign - 2017, the topic of the debate was raised for the motion as “My Vision – Corruption Free India”. Out of total 38 for and against the motion debaters, Master Jubaraj Das Upadhyaya (Class XI Sc), Miss Bhaswati Basumatary (Class IX) and Miss Salno Mungrey (Class XI Arts) have bagged 1st, 2nd and 3rd positions respectively.
The Chief Guest of the programme was Shri S. K. Ghosh, Chief Regional Manager, Indian Overseas Bank, North East Region. Shri Yogendra Singh, Chief Manager, Indian Overseas Bank, Panbazar graced the event as the Guest of Honour. Shri S. K. Ghosh in his speech had highly emphasized upon the role of students, parents and teachers to build a corruption free country. Shri Y. Singh spoke at a length regarding contemporary socio-economic issues of India and how to overcome those challenges to achieve a graft free atmosphere.
Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder and Principal of MBRS, while extending his enriching concluding remarks of the event, had elaborated upon the significance of debate to build a flamboyant intra and inter personal skills in budding talents. Dr. Dutta in his speech, also made a clarion call to all students to imbibe values, wisdom and intrinsic motivation to build not only a corruption free but also a sustainable pollution free India.
The winning prizes and certificates were jointly given away to the all the achievers by the dignitaries. The Speaker of the debate session was Mr. Mofidur Rahman, PGT, Political Science, MBRS and Deputy Speaker was Miss Sanhita Vasava, Class XII (Sc), MBRS. The jury members were Mrs. Jaysree De, HOD English, MBRS; Mr. Basudeb Deb, HOD Arts & Commerce, MBRS and Miss Prahelika Dutta, PGT, English, MBRS.


MBRS News Bureau: Guwahati, 15th October, 2017: The CBSE Cluster I (NE Zone) U-17 & 19 Boys and Girls Volleyball Tournament 2017-18, which was being hosted and organized by SBOA Public School, Guwahati that commenced on 12th October, 2017, showcasing much fanfare and thrills to the spectators for three days, reached its climax yesterday the 14th October, 2017 evening. Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), Borjhar and Army Public School (APS) Jorhat have adjudged as the U-19 Champion in Boys and Girls category respectively. On the other hand Sainik School, Goalpara and Kaziranga English Academy (KEA), Guwahati have won the U-17 championship in the Boys and Girls category respectively. Master Jyotish Gogoi (Class XII, Sc) of MBRS, Guwahati bagged the Best Player Prize of the tournament in the category of U-19 Boys.
Mr. Sibananda Kakati, Associate Secretary, SBOA NE Circle Educational Society, Mr. Sunil Sarma, Vice President, SBOA NE Circle Educational Society and the other society members Mr. Sanjib Sen, Mr. Partha Pratim Boruah, Ms. Sumita Shame jointly had graced the august occasion as the esteemed dignitaries who gave away the prizes to the winners.
There were 14 schools including all categories participated the tournament and pitted against one another for the coveted CBSE Champions trophy which are as follows: Miles Bronson Residential School, Borjhar; Kaziranga English Academy, Guwahati; Delhi Public School, Duliajan, Hindustani Kendriya Vidyalaya, Guwahati; Army Public School, Narengi; Delhi Public School, Nazira; Delhi Public School, Dhaligaon; NPS International School, Guwahati; Gurukul Grammar School, Guwahati; Delhi Public School, Guwahati; Faculty HS School, Amingaon; Army Public School, Jorhat; Sainik School, Goalpara and the host SBOA Public School. Guwahati.


MBRS News Bureau: On 2nd October, 2017 Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), a premier co-ed boarding school of Guwahati city has been conferred with Round Square Global Membership by His Excellency King Constantine of Greece, President, Round Square along with Her Highness Queen Anne Marie. This prestigious recognition was extended to MBRS delegation that was invited to participate the Round Square International Conference (RSIC) 2017 which was held at Cape Town, South Africa from 30th September to 5th October, 2017. In a grand ambience of the global platform at International Convention Center, Cape Town, South Africa, the MBRS delegates namely Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder and Principal, MBRS; Miss Sanhita Vasava, Class XII (Sc); Miss Shirley Vera Khonglah, Class XI (Sc) and Mr. Areef Ahmed, Round Square Representative, MBRS were invited on the stage by Ms. Rachael Westgarth, CEO, Round Square and His Highness King Constantine of Greece, President, Round Square presented the Round Square Global Membership Certificate and RS Pins to the MBRS delegates.
It is noteworthy to mention that in the year 2015 and 2016, MBRS participated the Round Square International Conference (RSIC) at Singapore as Observer School and at Germany as Candidate School respectively. Keeping on the evolution of breakthrough, in 2017 MBRS has participated RSIC as a Global Member School which has uplifted the portrait of MBRS to a phenomenal benchmark and have brought infinite laurels to the NE as well as the entire country. This prestigious recognition of Global Membership to MBRS is the outcome of exemplary involvement and performance of the Bronsonians in various Round Square activities like community service projects, adventurous field trips, promoting go green culture, leadership, participation to many Regional and International Round Square conferences.
Round Square is an organization of presently 180 member schools covering 50 countries of 6 continents across the globe, was founded by renowned German educator and a key figure in the development of experiential learning Mr. Kurt Hahn who believed that students could only conceive and perpetuate their learning by various challenging and exciting ways which are beyond the four walls of the classroom in the form of 6 pillars Internationalism, Democracy, Environment, Adventure, Leadership and Service (IDEALS).


MBRS News Bureau: Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), a premier co-ed boarding school of Guwahati city has been recently conferred with the award of recognition as one of the top 50 schools across the country by Future 50 Schools Shaping Success. In a majestic ambiance, the award was received by Smt. Nandini Dutta, Secretary, Miles Bronson Education Society, Guwahati along with Miss Henaa Dutta, Counsellor, Miles Bronson Residential School, Guwahati at The Grand Hotel, Vasant Kunj, Delhi on 6th October, 2017 in the august presence of many distinguished guests and dignitaries.
The “Future 50 - Schools Shaping Success” Certification has been accredited to MBRS for its uniqueness to prepare students for the 21st century with the vision to craft 'Student Success' and also for being a progressive school with remarkable school curricula. Another dimension of this recognition of MBRS is its scientific evaluation and exemplary best practices.
Future 50 Schools Shaping Success is a first of its kind certification powered by Fortune India and Univariety. The initiative aims to recognize the efforts put in by schools in formulating students careers. It was conceptualized to create a platform for schools for collaborative learning and sharing. What sets it apart is that it is not an event but a yearlong process to help schools reach newer heights and further improvise on ensuring student success..


MBRS News Bureau: A delegation comprising two students, a teacher and the Founder & Principal of Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), is going to participate the Round Square International Conference (RSIC) – 2017 which will be held at Cape Town, South Africa from 30th September to 5th October, 2017. Miss Shirley Vera Khonglah (Class XI Sc) and Miss Sanhita Vasava (Class XII Sc) are the student delegates and Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder and Principal, MBRS and Mr. Areef Ahmed, Quality Assurance Manager, MBRS are the other delegates who are representing MBRS, North East as well as entire India in the global platform. The theme of the conference is 'Unite to Ignite the Fire Within' and the objective is ‘To embrace diversity and ignite global change to excite the fire within’.
In a current communication from Mr. Rod Fraser, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Round Square and Ms. Rachael Westgarth, CEO, Round Square, to Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder and Principal, MBRS, they have declared the successful accreditation of Miles Bronson Residential School as Round Square Global Member from South Asian and Gulf Region.
In the opening ceremony of RSIC – 2017, Cape Town, MBRS delegation will be invited on the Global platform and formally the Global Membership Certificate, Global Membership Flag and Round Square pins will be presented by His Majesty King Constantine, President, Round Square.


MBRS News Bureau: Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), the premier co-ed boarding school of Guwahati city is going to host and organize Central Board of Secondary Education’s (CBSE) Cluster – I (East India Zone) basketball tournament from 7th to 9th September, 2017 in the category of under – 17 and 19 Boys and Girls. Twenty two CBSE affiliated schools encompassing entire NE India have confirmed their participation which are as follows: Army School, Narengi; Axel Public School, Lakhra; Delhi Public School, Guwahati; Sarla Birla Gyan Jyoti, Amingaon; Sainik School, Goalpara; NPS International School, Lakhra; St. Clares, Borjhar; Gurukul Grammar School, Guwahati; Royal Global School, Guwahati; Kaziranga English Academy, Ahomgaon; Maharishi Vidya Mandir, Silpukhuri; Indus Academy, Jagiroad; St, Francis De Sales, Narengi; Maria’s Public School, Narengi; Pragjyotish School, Boragaon; Don Bosco, Panbazar; St. Xavier’s School, Vidyut Nagar; Faculty HS School, Amingaon; Montfort School, 10th Mile; Donyi Polo Vidya Bhawan; Itanar; Eklavya Model Residential School, Sikkim and the host Miles Bronson Residential School, Borjhar.
The idea behind organizing such tournaments across the country in the form of Cluster by CBSE is to enhance and escalate the sports and co-curricular pursuits of the budding talents and also to provide a platform of exchange and collaboration to the students. The Cluster –I covers all the 8 states from North East India where students of CBSE affiliated schools from Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Sikkim can participate the tournament.
Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder and Principal of MBRS and Smt. Nandini Dutta, Secretary, MBRS jointly have extended their greetings and best wishes to all the participants of the host and the participants of other teams who are going to join the tournament and also appealed all to maintain a congenial atmosphere throughout the tournament.


MBRS News Bureau: Guwahati 11th August: The City Round of CBSE Cryptic Crossword Contest (CCCC) 2017 has been hosted by Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), Borjhar, Guwahati on 10th August, 2017. Covering the entire NE India, 15 schools had participated this brainstorming contest including the host school which are as follows: JNV, Korajhar; JNV, Cachar; Don Bosco, Panbazar; JNV, Morigaon; JNV, Jorhat; Maria’s Public School, Narengi; South Point School, Guwahati; Axel Public School, Guwahati; JNV, Goalpara; Sarla Birla Gyanjyoti, Guwajhati; Army Public School, Narengi; DPS, Guwahati; Royal Global School, Guwahati; JNV, Williumnagar and the host MBRS, Borjhar.
CCCC is an Annual National inter-school competition where schools send a team of two students each to various city rounds across the country. The winning teams from the each city round then gather at the national capital to vie for the National Crossword Champion trophy. It is open to students of class IX-XII in schools affiliated to any of the recognized Boards in India. The contest is being conducted in 39 cities across the country. The city round contest was launched at DPS, Ranchi on July 11, 2017 by Ms. Aradhana Patnaik (IAS), Secretary, HRD, Jharkhand.
Royal Global School, Guwahati has won the Guwahati City Round of the CBSE Cryptic Crossword Contest (CCCC) 2017. With this win, they have qualified for the Grand Finale to be held in New Delhi towards the year-end. Sarla Birla Gyanjyoti School, Guwahati has won the second position.
The Chief Guest cum City Patron of the event Dr. N.K. Dutta, Founder & Principal, MBRS had given away the prizes to the rank holders and participation certificates to all contestants. In the concluding ceremony of CCCC 2017, Dr. Dutta congratulated all the participants and elaborated about the significance of crossword puzzle to keep Neurons active. The National Coordinator of the programme Mr. Raj Narayan Singh appreciated the students for their enthusiasm and also for actively participating the puzzle competition.


MBRS News Bureau: Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), a premiere co-ed boarding school of Guwahati city has bagged 2 nd position in All India Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Conclave 2017, organized by Indian Public Schools’ Conference (IPSC) and hosted by the Punjab Public School, Nabha, Punjab. The event was observed from 21 st July to 25 th July, 2017. The Bronsonians who represented MBRS and have brought accolades and glory to the school as well as the entire NE India are Master Likha Temi (VII), Master Khuru Tok (VIII), Master Deepjyoti Brahma (IX) and Master Gaurav Tiwary (IX). In the massive brainstorming conclave, total 11 IPSC schools all the way from various parts of the country participated. MBRS has achieved the breakthrough in the robotic competition entitled “Dirt Racer Event”. The conclave had the objective to provide opportunities and make the budding talents understand the fusion of technologies covering the Physical, Chemical and Digital World. In resonance to the objective the participants showcased and exhibited various challenging Robotic and Aerodynamic Models which evidenced the latent innovative ideas of the children. In the concluding ceremony, the prizes were given away to the winners by Ms. Kavita Sharma, Eminent Motivation Speaker and Dr. Jagpreet Singh, Head Master, Punjab Public School, Nabha. Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder and Principal, MBRS and Ms. Nandini Dutta, Secretary, MBRS jointly extended congratulations and greetings to all the delegates, the teacher in charge Mr. Nabajyoti Lahkar and the entire MBRS family for this startling success.


MBRS News Bureau: Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), a premiere co-ed boarding school of Guwahati city has been recently conferred with the Global Membership of Round Square. In a current communication from Mr. Rod Fraser, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Round Square and Ms. Rachael Westgarth, CEO, Round Square, to Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder and Principal, MBRS, extended congratulations to Miles Bronson Residential School for being accredited as Round Square Global Member from South Asian and Gulf Region.
Round Square is an organization of presently 180 member schools covering 50 countries of 6 continents across the globe, was founded by renowned German educator and a key figure in the development of experiential learning Mr. Kurt Hahn. He believed that students could only conceive and perpetuate their learning by various challenging and exciting ways which are beyond the four walls of the classroom in the form of 6 pillars Internationalism, Democracy, Environment, Adventure, Leadership and Service (IDEALS).
This prestigious recognition of Global Membership to MBRS is the outcome of exemplary involvement and performance of the Bronsonians in various Round Square activities like community service projects, adventurous field trips, promoting go green culture, leadership, participation to many Regional and International Round Square conferences. In the year 2015 and 2016, MBRS participated the Round Square International Conference (RSIC) Singapore as observer school and Germany as candidate school respectively. This year MBRS is going to participate the RSIC-2017 at Cape Town, South Africa which is scheduled to be held from 30th September to 5th October, 2017 where MBRS delegation will be invited and lime lighted on the Global platform at the opening ceremony and formally the Global Membership Certificate, Global Membership Flag and Round Square pins will be presented by His Majesty King Constantine, President, Round Square in the august presence of Mr. Rod Fraser, Chairman of Board of Trustees, Round Square.


MBRS News Bureau: 17th July Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), Borjhar, Guwahati will host the Indian Public Schools’ Conference (IPSC) Under – 14 Boys soccer tournament from 18th July to 21st July 2017, in its own football ground.
Indian Public Schools' Conference (IPSC), formed in 1939 is known for its glorious traditions. The Indian Public Schools are private, independent and secular institutions of secondary education. The primary aim of Public School as stated in the IPSC Articles of Association is, "To prepare students of ability for positions of service and responsibilities in all walks of National Life". The Indian Public Schools are mainly residential schools with an independent Board of Governors. Their aim is to provide boys/girls with opportunities for training in responsibility, leadership and service. Extensive facilities are available for a wide range of extracurricular activities, games, athletics, physical education, crafts, arts, music, dramatics and a variety of hobbies. The central emphasis in both academics and extracurricular activities is on the "All Round" development of character by the cultivation of academic skills and the qualities of initiative and responsibility, self-discipline, team-spirit, sportsmanship, fair-play, refined taste and the spirit of Public Service.
All together 14 teams representing their schools across the country have confirmed their participation namely: Motilal Nehru School of Sports, Hariyana; Scindia School, Gwalior; The Sanskar Valley School, Bhopal; Delhi Public School R. K. Puram; Mayo College, Ajmer; B. K. Birla School, Pune; Yadavindra Public School, Patiala; Lawrence School, Lovedale; Punjab Public School, Nabha; Modern School, New Delhi; Emerald Heights School, Indore; Sainik School, Goalpara; The Assam Valley School, Balipara and the host Miles Bronson Residential School, Borjhar.
The Founder and Principal, MBRS, Dr. N. K. Dutta, The Secretary, MBRS, Mrs. Nandini Dutta, Teachers, the Students and all other stakeholders of the host school fraternity are highly excited and enthusiastic to enjoy the tournament by their active participation with missionary zeal and also look forward to extend a warm welcome and hospitality to the guest teams. In the morning assembly today, while addressing the students, Dr. Dutta, has extended his best wishes to the host team and asked them to maintain a true sportsmanship spirit and congenial atmosphere throughout the tournament.


MBRS News Bureau: Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), a premiere co-ed boarding school of Guwahati city has been recently conferred with the Gold Award of The International Award for Young People (IAYP). Globally IAYP is operated by The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation. This prestigious award has been accorded to 8 students of MBRS for their able accomplishment of IAYP projects which is based on five sections namely Service, Skills, Physical Recreation, Adventurous Journey and Residential Project. The Bronsonians who have been recognized as Gold awardees are Miss Bismaidi Nunisa, Miss Ipshita Sen, Miss Jessica Basumatary, Miss Kavery Mohela, Miss Krittika R. Owary, Miss Shilpi Daimary, Miss Tribeni Basumatary, Miss Yaiphabi Rajkumari, all are the recent Class XII passed out students and have brought infinite laurels to the institution as well as the entire North East India.
The IAYP was founded in 1956 by Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh in conjunction with Kurt Huhn, the German educationalist who founded Round Square. Both were concerned that young people’s development was lacking in certain key areas, and they resolved to create a programme that would be a 'do-it-yourself kit in the art of civilized living'. IAYP also believes that not all learning happens inside the four walls of classroom. Young people need experiences outside the classroom to become committed, responsible and fulfilled citizens of the world.
The students who have achieved the Gold award had already won Bronze and Silver awards sequentially by successfully accomplishing their projects. To win Gold award they had to conduct a residential project which they accomplished at Goriaguli Village, Sonapur, Kamrup on a plot of land under the proprietorship of MBRS itself. Under this project the students established a ring-well to help the poor villagers to quench their thirst with pure drinking water. Earlier, the villagers had to walk miles to collect pure drinking water.
The Award will be formally handed over to MBRS delegation comprising Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder and Principal, MBRS; Mr. Sidhartha Sen Gupta, Teacher Coordinator of IAYP, MBRS and the 8 Bronsonians at the IAYP Gold Award Ceremony which will be observed on 20th July, 2017 at India International Centre, New Delhi. The prestigious award will be presented by the Chief Guest Dr. Vivek Raghavan, CTO Team Indus, Technology Architect, Aadhar, UIDAI in the august presence of the Hon’ble Guest Ms. Sue Walker, Regional Director, Asia – Pacific, The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation.


MBRS News Bureau: Feb 28 Guwahati, 30th May: The 2nd Kamrup District Inter School Taekwondo Championship which was organised by Kamrup District Taekwondo Association at Nehru Stadium, Guwahati from 27th May, 2017 showcasing immense fanfare and thrills to the spectators for two days, drew to a curtain down on 28th May, 2017 evening. A number of almost 20 schools and 4 coaching centres became a part of the challenging tournament figuring total 300 competitors under the category of Junior U – 12, 14, 17 and Senior 19 and above.
IMiles Bronson Residential School (MBRS), Borjhar has adjudged as the champion in girls category of U-17 and senior category of 19. Miss Aane Lipir, Class IX (U-17 and U-59 Weight) and Miss Lalrinpui Fanai, Class XII Sc. (Senior 19 and U-62 Weight) of MBRS, Borjhar has achieved Gold Medal and became the district level champion of the tournament. This breakthrough has opened their path to get qualified to participate the next 34th State level taekwondo championship 2017 which will be held at Kachujan Field, Tinsukia Town, Assam from 27th July to 30th July, 2017.
In the concluding ceremony Mr. Hiranya Saikia, General Secretary, All Assam Taekwondo Association was the chief guest. The other guest and dignitaries who also graced the ceremony were Mr. Anup Choudhury, Joint Secretary, Assam Olympic Association and International Referees Mr. Ali Ahmed Jafri and Mr. Dinesh Gupta. In the same event, the winners were honoured with medal and certificate presented by the dignitaries.
In a special morning assembly today, Dr. Nripen Kumar Dutta, the Founder and Principal, Miles Bronson Residential School, Borjhar, has cordially congratulated the winners for their remarkable victory and also for contributing such accolades to MBRS and formally handed over the certificate and medal to the winners.

MBRS Organizes Bounteous Health and Hygiene Camp

MBRS News Bureau: Feb 28 On 26th February, 2017, a delegation comprising 11 physicians has conducted a fruitful Health and Hygiene camp at Miles Bronson Residential School, Borjhar, Guwahati with the Bronsonians. Keeping the best practices focused and also being the 1st Green School Recertified Platinum Awardee in North East and East India this health and hygiene camp was conducted in MBRS with the objective of awareness on Health and Hygiene, Personal Health Checkup and Free distribution of Basic Medicines. The galaxy of physicians who graced MBRS are as follows: Dr. Chandan Saharia (Team Leader), Dr. Jugeshwar Barman, Dr. Rakkun Bhujel, Dr. Prerna Agarwal, Dr. B. R. Bhuyan, Dr. R. P. Baruah, Dr. Sanjay Kumar, Dr. Rimlee Bayan, Dr. Pallabi Thakuria, Dr. Rahul Deori and Dr. Manmita Das. The remarkable feature of the delegation is that, Dr. Rakkun Bhujel is the Ex-Alumnus of the Alma Mater MBRS.
In the Icebreaking session where all the Bronsonians assembled at school's conference hall, Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder and Principal, MBRS extended a warm welcome the team of doctors and deeply elaborated about the significance of personal health and hygiene for physical, mental, pedagogical and social development of the budding talents and breakthrough in their lives.
Dr. Chandan Saharia, Team Leader of the Delegation, in his speech especially emphasized on the oral hygiene and ailments and also asked all Bronsonians to maintain the most important accessory of MBRS which is "Smile".
Dr. Jugeshwar Barman, Senior Professor, Regional Dental College, Guwahati and Dr. Prerna Agarwal, spoke at a length regarding the various common buccal cavity illness with special reference to cavity formation, pyorrhea, bleeding gums, sensitivity, bad breathe etc and also illuminated on how to cope up with those disorders.
Dr. Rakkun Bhujel drew the main limelight of the session and while addressing the gathering he shared how he was feeling so nostalgic, proud, worthy and glad to visit and serve MBRS as a part of the programme.
Mrs. Nandini Dutta, Secretary, Miles Bronson Education Society extended her cordial gratitude to all the physicians for their interest and also for providing their invaluable time to visit MBRS for the welfare of Bronsonians. Mrs. Dutta also anticipated conducting this noble event in a regular basis.
Later, the students were segregated into different groups to get their health checked up and in tune with the objectives they were prescribed, advised and provided free basic medicines.
The Binaca smile of the students and the doctor delegates were itself evidenced the great success and fruitfulness of the illuminating programme.


MBRS News Bureau: Feb 16 Miles Bronson Residential School, a premier co-ed boarding school of Guwahati city has recently participated the Round Square Regional Conference, South Asian and Golf Region hosted by Singapore International School, Mumbai from 26th January to 29th January, 2017. A delegation comprising 5 Bronsonians along with a teacher in-charge has represented MBRS as well as the NE India in the Global platform. The conference was entitled as "Its in me: Expanding the circle of Human Concern" where 20 elite schools across the South Asian and Golf Region figuring a number of approximate 100 students attended the conference. The name of the student delegates from MBRS are as follows: Jazmina Ramchiary (VIII), Shruti Narzary (VIII), Catherine Singsit (VIII), Ashoka Keithellakpam (VIII) and Bamang Nyokum (VIII) who were chaperoned by Mr. Sidhartha Sen Gupta, TGT Mathematics, MBRS.
In the beguiling conference, the delegates were addressed by renowned keynote speakers like Mr. Sonam Wangchuk and Ms. Robin Chaurasia who had left behind an indelible repertoire of wisdom amongst the young budding talents to take the next step of their future path.
Further, the delegates were divided into different 'Baraza' groups to share their latent talents in the global manifesto of camaraderie and boosted up their personalized experiential learning. The Bronsonians along with other delegates also had the thrilling experience of magic bus, rocking DJ Nite and sumptuous continental cuisines.
The conference had another amusing dimension was its carnival of closing ceremony where in the multicultural programme, the Bronsonians performed the mesmerizing traditional "Bodo" dance acclaimed with thunderous round of applause and appreciation from all the audiences.
In a gracious morning assembly on 13th February, 2017 the Founder and Principal of MBRS, Dr. N. K. Dutta, formally handed over the participation certificates to all the delegates. The delegates shared their enriching wisdom and experience in the august congregation and extended cordial gratitude to Dr. Dutta for his invaluable step and decision to send them as the representative of not only MBRS but also NE India by which they introspect their fruitful metamorphosis which will be everlasting.


MBRS News Bureau: Jan 31 A delegation comprising seven Bronsonians has recently participated the Global Round Square Conference co - hosted by Mayo College and Mayo College Girls' School, Ajmer from 7th January to 14th January, 2017. Round Square is a global platform where students get exposure at many aspects in resonance to their personalized experiential learning. The conference was entitled as "Every Drop Counts" where 40 elite schools across the Globe figuring a number of 400 students attended the conference. The name of the student delegates from MBRS are as follows: Master Partha Pratim Kherkatary (VI), Master Likha Temi (VI), Miss Angkime Ch Sangma (VII), Miss Kristina Basumatary (VII), Miss Deflina Rabha (VIII), Miss Ashirwad Das (VIII) and Master Kunal Sinha (VIII), who were escorted by Ms. Shuchi Sinha, Vice Principal, MBRS.
In the illuminating conference, the budding talents across the world were mixed and segregated to different 'Baraza' where the students got the opportunity to express their latent talents and dexterity by exchanging their views on contemporary major global concerns like Water Pollution, Water Scarcity and How to save water, in a global platform.
The Bronsonians along with other participants also experienced to visit different Service destinations of Ajmer like Meenu Manovikas Mandir, Deaf and Dumb School, Bal Prakash Ashram and Dayananda Bal Sadan and extended Service and Empathy which are the most important building blocks of life skills, in the form of meeting, sharing and interacting the disabled people dwelling there and conceiving about their lifestyles.
There were many renown Keynote Speakers enlightened the conference namely Ms. Laxmi Dhaul, Mr. Dadi Pudumjee, Ms. Geeta Ramanujan, Mr. Siddhart Chakraborty, Ms. Meghna Erande and Ms. Meera Das which left behind an indelible impact of wisdom on the heart and mind of all the participants.
The conference had another fascinating feature was its carnival where the students had thrilling source of adventure and huge fun like Camel Ride, Horse Ride and Elephant Ride. During the Multicultural evening, the Bronsonian Delegation represented North East India and India as a whole, in the World Platform with a mesmerizing Bihu Dance, the cultural heritage of Assam where they were lime lighted and drew immense and remarkable appreciation from the entire Bonhomie.
In a special morning assembly on 30th January, 2017 the delegates shared their experiences and learning with the fellow Bronsonians and the delegates with whole of their hearts extended gratitude to revered Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder and Principal, MBRS for allowing and offering them to participate such an eye opening enriching conference which will be cherished by them.


MBRS News Bureau: Jan 24 On 23rd and 24th of January 2017 Miles Bronson Residential School Guwahati had illuminating sessions with Mr. Mohan Ray, the pioneer in the field of Yoga of mind and healthy handwriting. A former school principal with 30 years of experience as an educator, Mr. Ray trains people for Total Fitness and Maximum Performance. The Founder & Principal Dr. Nripen Kumar Dutta has availed this opportunity for the first time in the North East, as claimed by Mr. Ray. More than 200 students from Class I to XII were given the training. Through a friendly interactive session Mr. Ray made clear handwriting reveals what we conceal. He taught the variety of strokes and the skill for improvement of the speed. He assured all, one can score more with healthy handwriting. Anyone can improve handwriting in minutes who has a positive mind set, focus and does Yoga practice. Handwriting reflects one's personality and improves the harmony in life. It was a new approach towards improving handwriting for the Bronsonians.

Founder & Principal MBRS graces as Chief Guest on the Annual Prize giving ceremony at Sainik School Goalpara

MBRS News Bureau: Dec 26 On 23rd December 2016 Dr. N.K.Dutta as an acknowledgement to the invitation visits Sainik School Goalpara, one of the most sought after schools of the country. As a Chief Guest of the Valedictory ceremony of the school's Annual Sports Day, he had the privilege to address the august gathering and give away the prizes to the winners of the different sports. His lively speech enthralled the audience with a huge round of applause. He was very much impressed by the scenic beauty of the entire school campus. Accompanied by Captain(IN) Edwin Jothirajan, he also had a chance to visit the different Hostels, Infirmary and the playgrounds. He also enjoyed the brief interactions with the students, teachers and the parents who came forward with an inquisitive mind or appreciation.

Creative Writing Competition

MBRS News Bureau: Dec 20 On 4th and 11th December 2016, almost twenty Bronsonians from class v to class x participated in Creative Writing Competition and Workshop organized by Headway Club, one of the pioneers in teaching creative skills. In the last three years the organization exclusively has been working for the children to enhance their creative and critical thinking skills through activities like role-play, dramatics and creative writing and speaking. There were many participants from across the city. The resource persons for the two days events were Ms. Indrani Rai Medhi, an eminent journalist of the state and Ms. Rashmi Narzary a recipient of Sahitya Academi Award. Besides the many learning experiences, Tader Riya from class V have the 1st Prize in the Junior Category.

MBRS hosts CBSE Capacity Building Programme On Life Skills

MBRS News Bureau: Dec 19 Miles Bronson Residential School hosted the Capacity Building Workshop on Life Skills, organized by CBSE on 19th December, 2016. There were around twenty-seven schools hailing from Jorhat, Itanagar, Baihata Chariali, Tezpur besides a few city schools participated the programme. The resource person Shri Jay Kumar Singh in his eight hours workshop laid stress on three core skills that today's teachers should give importance to. Those are: Thinking skill, Social skill and Emotional skill. In his brief warm up and ice breaking session, he mentioned the necessity of life skills at this juncture when teaching the techno savvy and students of families has become a big challenge.
With the advent of the New Year and the new session education is expected to be more innovative and experiential. The reiterated it has to be mandatory for all the schools according to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Delhi. Under the three main life skills, basically he put stress on ten important life skills which includes Decision Making, Problem Solving, Creative and Critical thinking, Interpersonal relationship, Communication skill, Empathy, Stress management, etc. Individual activities and group activities were well designed and organized. Every individual was involved and pro-active. All received the participation certificates at the valediction ceremony.

Miles Bronson Residential School Participates at ILMUNC India 2016

MBRS News Bureau: Dec 01 Miles Bronson Residential School's delegation of eight students and one faculty adviser attended the ILMUNC India 2016 (The Ivy League Model United Nations Conference India 2016). The conference, co-hosted by MUNCafe - A Global Academic Simulations Platform and The International Affairs Association at the University of Pennsylvania, is a one of its kind International Conference bringing in notable speakers and partners to bring in a real world context to an internationally acclaimed and prestigious UN simulation. MBRS was the only school delegation from North East of India at this International Conference organized at the Hyatt Regency, Gurgaon from 24th to 27th November, 2016.
The conference simulated 6 committees - of which 3 were General Assemblies (UN Special Session on Drugs, Disarmament and International Security Committee & Legal Committee) and 3 were ECOSOCs (UN Population Fund, International Labour Organization and World Health Organization). There were also 2 historic crises committees, The Bonaparte Family Dinner and The South African Anti Apartheid Summit, bringing the total number of committees to 8. There was also a surprise element with a midnight crisis situation on 25th Nov 16 that kept all the students motivated and excited. Training sessions during the conference helped students learn more about MUN procedures and guidelines.
Through an exclusive 'Leadership Forum' at ILMUNC India 2016, delegates attending the conference were enabled to interact with Industry leaders, diplomats, thinkers and visionaries who through their presentations and speeches during the leadership forum spoke about their life experiences, imparted leadership skills and made everyone aware about the procedures of Ivy League Schools' admissions guidelines and tips. The conference also consisted of special feedback and interactive sessions for all the faculty advisers. Notable speakers at ILMUNC India 2016 consisted of Mr. VenkateshKini - President of Coca-Cola India & South West Asia Business Unit, Mr. Venkat Changavalli - Director, SBH and Advisor of Home and Health to the Govt. of U.P., Ms. Caroline Linger - Founder of Ivy Central, Mr. Ajaneesh Kumar - Deputy Director General, The Indian Council of World Affairs, Mr. Pramath Raj Sinha - Founding Dean, ISB and Founder and Trustee at Ashoka University and Mr. Birad Rajaram Yajnik, Digital Author & Curator, and founder of the Peace Truth Ahimsa Digital Interactive Museum on Mahatma Gandhi.
The whole idea of the conference which was held for the fourth time in India was to help and provide a platform to all the young and budding leaders to take up complex and pressing challenges that are faced by our world today and role play as leaders and diplomats to solve these problems. The delegates with their critical thinking and research came out with various resolutions and shared how they think everyone together can solve the various ongoing issues from around the world.
The MBRS delegates' first International MUN was successful in achieving a positive learning experience and they hope to develop and inculcate the positive MUN experience within MBRS and around North East with the help of MUNCafe. The MBRS delegates thank the International Affairs Association at the University of Pennsylvania and MUNCafe for their help and constant support and applaud them for their extraordinary organizational skills. The students of MBRS eagerly wait for their participation in the next ILMUNC India conference and future conferences held by MUNCafe.

British Council Reading Challenge Workshop

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 26 British Council representatives visited the school on 24th Nov to host a workshop to enhance the four skills of learning i.e. Writing, Reading, Speaking and Listening(WRSL). This 'challenge' was to read minimum six books in six books in six weeks followed by review writing of each book. Finally, it came to an end on 8th Nov 2016. To bring forth the optimum benefit of the programme for two days. To enhance the four skills of learning i.e. Writing, Reading, Speaking and Listening MBRS introduce Reading Challenge programme for junior and middle school students on 8th August 2016. The theme of the workshop was 'Creepy House'. In these two days, the key people organized various activities among the students of class I - Class VIII. On 24th Nov, the students were divided into different groups and they were given the basic knowledge of the four skills of learning. The students were further asked to compose acrostic poems, short scary stories including pictures, word formations, quiz etc. Later, these writings were displayed on colourful chart papers.
On 25th Nov, some activities were performed by the students related to speaking and listening skills. Here, different horror stories were narrated to the students. Based on those stories the students were asked few questions. They were also asked to perform role play like witches, wizards etc. At last the students made face masks of different creatures. The workshop had high influence upon the young minds. The implementation in their daily studies will further increase their creative skills and critical thinking.


MBRS News Bureau: Nov 26 On 25th November, 2016 (Friday), envisaging and keeping the view of flying colour performance in the forthcoming Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Examination of Class X & XII Board Examinees, at Miles Bronson Residential School an enlightening and riveting motivation session entitled as "12 Secretes for Peak Examination Performance", was conducted by the esteemed and distinguished virtuoso, the Founder and Principal, Miles Bronson Residential School, Revered Dr. N. K. Dutta at school's conference hall.
On the auspicious ice breaking of the fascinating session, the host of the event cum former head girl, MBRS, Miss Kavery Mohella, Class XII (Sc) extended her welcome address to the august gathering with the hope to conceive profound learning with the presentation from Dr. Dutta, to bring MBRS to the next level.
The main objective of this highly brainstorming programme was to provide some effective purports and propositions for their peak performance in the Board Exams and also to keep the zeal of Exam fever on by intrinsic motivation. In the enriching and spellbound motivation session, the Founder and Principal, Dr. Dutta extended a panacea comprising 12 nectars of wisdom optimizing a record breaking unparallel success in the Board Exams.
Mrs. Shuchi Sinha, Vice Principal, MBRS in her concluding words of the session extended boundless gratitude to Dr. Dutta for showering such invaluable repertoire of wisdom witnessed by the huge bonhomie of the Bronsonians and also highly optimized that the Bronsonians will carve a niche by their peak exam performance in MBRS history.

World Scholar's Cup

MBRS News Bureau: Oct 28 On 27th Oct 2016 WSC representatives had a brief presentation before the enthusiastic Bronsonians who would test their talent in the Zonal Round Academic Tournament to be hosted at MBRS on 1st and 2nd December 2016. The Zonal level success will allow the students to participate in the Global Round. Where 3000 leading schools from around the world will venture into five days of learning, competition and community building events. The Final Round will be held at Yale University, USA hosted by the Yale International Relations Associations. It's a prestigious event for, the top performing teams from the Global Round usually get the privilege to participate in the Tournament of Champions. For participation the participants will avail information on different subjects at There will be students from Junior Level(12-14) years and Senior Level (15-18) Years.


MBRS News Bureau: Oct 27 "Leadership and Learning are indispensable to each other." ---Jhon F. Kennedy
Miles Bronson Residential School accords upon its students the aptitude to be future leaders. To strengthen this ability the school annually conducts its investiture ceremony. For the session of 2016-17 the ceremony was held during the morning assembly on 26th of October 2016.
The event began with the morning prayer followed by the school pledge. after which the newly appointed council members were adorned with badges representing their position and the head boy Siddarth Hajong(XI Sc) and head girl Sermalin Terangpi(Xi Sc) were handed over the school flag and sash each.
This was followed by the entire council taking oath to fulfill all their duties with honesty and integrity. The former head boy and head girl congratulated the new leaders and shared with everyone their experiences as council members.
A motivational speech was delivered by the Founder & Principal Dr. N.K. Dutta, outlining the duties of the newly selected students. He briefly, also encouraged the council members to understand their responsibilities and to fulfill them with full devotion, dedication and discipline.
The momentous ceremony was concluded with the National Anthem.


MBRS News Bureau: Oct 24 22nd October, 2016 (Saturday): At Miles Bronson Residential School an illuminating and riveting session entitled as "The Louisenlund Experience" as a part of Principal's Whole School Improvement Program (WSIP), was conducted by the distinguished and elegant virtuoso, the Founder and Principal, Miles Bronson Residential School, Revered Dr. N. K. Dutta with the entire Bronsonians and staff member including teaching, non-teaching and pastoral care, in school's conference hall. The main objective of this regaling event was to share the learning experiences and to extend an over view, conceived by the MBRS delegation which became a part of Round Square International Conference (RSIC) - 2016 which was hosted and organized by Stiftung Louisenlund, Guby, Germany from 10th to 16th October, 2016, as a token of love to the Bronsonians. In MBRS, they have a tradition to share and appreciate the good deeds accomplished by any member of the fraternity with other members of the fraternity especially the Bronsonians as a source of motivation, induction and inspiration.
On the gracious ice breaking of the fascinating session, Miss Dadere Narzary, Class IX (B) extended her hearty welcome address to the august gathering and envisaged immense learning by the session which was followed by the beguiling and enchanting presentation by Dr. Dutta.
In the charismatic ambience of the session the Founder and Principal, Dr. Dutta by his good-self graciously recapitulated how they thought and planned to be a part of RSIC - 2016, Germany, how they had obtained German VISA, how they made the journey, how they performed and learnt so many nectars of wisdom in such a prestigious global platform of knowledge and camaraderie, how did they collected souvenirs, how did they have the feelings of patriotism across border and many more. Dr. Dutta also compassionately emphasized the significance of the pillars of Round Square IDEALS (Internationalism, Democracy, Environment, Adventure, Leadership and Service) in amalgamation to their daily life. In the presentation Dr. Dutta denoted a Round Square framework and asked all to stick to that framework and join their hands together in unison with whole of their heart to make MBRS a worthy Round Square School.
The spellbound ambiance and the will power spark showcased on the eye of the Bronsonians and the entire Staff was itself evidenced and portrayed the profound positive feedback of the grand event.


MBRS News Bureau: Oct 21 Miles Bronson Residential School, a premier co-ed boarding school of the city has recently participated the Round Square International Conference (RSIC) - 2016, hosted and organized by Stiftung Louisenlund School, Guby, Germany from 10th to 16 October, 2016. The RSIC 2016 was themed and entitled as "The journey that makes us" where five delegates from MBRS have participated. The student delegates are Miss Jermin Taba Martha and Miss Sanhita Vasava both are from Class XI (Sc) and the adult delegates are Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder and Principal, MBRS, Miss Neha Dutta, Governor, MBRS and Mr. Areef Ahmed, Round Square Representative, MBRS. Last year MBRS was a part of RSIC, Singapore as observer school but this year due to its commendable contribution to the Round Square philosophies, MBRS has been promoted and conferred as Candidate School by Round Square for the RSIC, Louisenlund to bring laurels and accolades to the South Asian and Gulf Region and especially to the country.
Participation to Round Square International Conference is a life-changing experience for all delegates mainly the budding talents. Students in all Round Square schools have the opportunity at various ages to attend conferences and events at national, regional and global levels. These provide outstanding personal development opportunities, enhancing social and leadership skills, broadening intercultural understanding and forging lifelong friendships. RSIC every year formulate a theme based on the IDEALS (Internationalism, Democracy, Environment, Adventure, Leadership and Service) of Round Square.
The delegation from MBRS experienced the Keynote Address from renowned virtuosos like Mr. Saria Samkie, Mr. John Deverell, Mr. Bernd Hoffmann and many more personalities, Illuminating Baraza Sessions, Workshops, Multi Cultural Nite Performance in Global Platform, Community Service and Adventure Activities. Every event was action-packed, vibrant, social, intellectual and thrilling which greatly enhanced the ability of the young delegates to develop a broader world-view, as well as a greater understanding of life skills and camaraderie. In the grand concluding ceremony it was announced that Round Square International Conference - 2017 will be observed at Cape Town, South Africa.


MBRS News Bureau: Oct 05 The CBSE Cluster I Volleyball Tournament 2016-17, being hosted and organized by Kaziranga English Academy, Guwahati, from 2nd October, 2016 met the climax on 4th October, 2016 with gusto. Sri Jagadish Barman, Assistant Secretary, Central Board of Secondary Education, Guwahati graced the august occasion as the Chief Guest.
The Chief Guest urged all students who are the budding talents to develop a strong moral and physical character and take a keener interest in sports as they not only help to build but also to reveal one's character to accord a holistic development.
In the category of Girls 8 reputed CBSE schools participated viz: Miles Bronson Residential School, Borjhar; DPS, Dhaligaon; Axel Public School, Guwahati; Faculty HS School, Amingaon; Holy Home Secondary School, Guwahati; DPS, Guwahti; HKV Guwahati and the host school KEA, Guwahati who showcased their dexterity. Amongst them the final match was played between KEA, Guwahati and MBRS, Borjhar where Miles Bronson Residential School emerges as the Champion by beating KEA with score 3-0 and them to be the 1st Runner up. The player of the tournament trophy was bagged by Miss Ansuli Devi Brahma of MBRS, Borjhar.


MBRS News Bureau: Aug 31 Miles Bronson Residential School, a premier institution of the city wins 'The All India Public Schools' Script writing Competition held at Ajmer, Rajasthan from 26th August to 28th August 2016. The Competition was organized at Mayo College Girls' School, Ajmer as a part of Silver Jubilee Commemorative "Young Thinker's Conclave, 2016". All together 21 top and reputed Public Schools viz; Mayo College, Ajmer, Welham Boys' School, Dehradun, The Doon School, Dehradun, Scindia School, Fort Guwalior, Pinegrove School, Solan, Delhi Public School, Bokaro, Springdales School, Pusa Road, Rajmata Krishna Kumari Girls' Public School, Jodhpur, Miles Bronson Residential School, Guwahati, Rashtriya Military School, Ajmer, Punjab Public School, Nabha, St. Michael's School, Siliguri, Maharani Gayatri Devi Girls' Public School, Jaipur, Pajor Namgyal Girls' School, Sikkim, Yadvindra Public School, Mohali, Wynerberg Allen School, Mussoure, Mayo College Girls' School, Ajmer, Mayyor School, Ajmer, The Indian School, New Delhi, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's Vidyashram, Jaipur, B. K. Birla, Pune participated and competed against one other in four different thrilling events. The events were Quiz, English Debate, Hindi Debate and English Dramatics and Script Writing. The school team comprising of Miss Nisha Basumatary, Miss Dodere Narzary, Miss Moasenenla Imchen and Miss Areni M. Tsanglao escorted by Partho Sarothy Das, P.G.T.English participated in the English Dramatics and Script Writing Competition and brought laurels to the school by winning the First Runners-Up prize among 21 participating schools. Everyone lauded the effort of the team at Mayo College Girls' School, Ajmer.

Creative Writing Workshop

MBRS News Bureau: Aug 29 Fiddling with pen is a passion. Thus the budding writers of MBRS had the privilege to a workshop on 28th August 2016. One of the eminent Journalists of Assam Ms. Indrani Rai Medhi who is a regular columnist of The Assam Tribune and an assistant editor of The Planet Young was participated by the students from ClassVI to Class XII. The interactive session and on-spot writing was very enriching or the children learnt tips to spray colours to their vibrant thoughts.

National Level Tennis Tournament

MBRS News Bureau: Aug 25 Seventeen top notch schools of the country including Doon School, Dehradun; Welham Boys, Dehradun; Motilal Nehru of Sports, Rai; GD Birla Public School, Pune and Scindia School, Gwalior; among others had a sway of tennis rackets on the grounds of Assam Valley School, Balipara from 24th to 26th Aug. Honourable Founder and Principal Dr. Nripen Kumar Dutta was the Chief Guest of the Opening Ceremony. For the Bronsonians, the tournament was an add-on to the learning experiences.

MBRS Participates in World Scholars Cup Global Round, Bangkok

MBRS News Bureau: Aug 23 Miles Bronson Residential School has participated in the recently concluded the World Scholar's Cup Global Round from 26th-30th June, 2016. The programme was held in The Central World and the Rangsit University, Bangkok, Thailand. The World Scholar's Cup was founded by Daniel Berdichevsky, aims to create something different than traditional competition and conferences, it's a celebration of the joy of learning. In the last concluded Global Round 3400 scholars from 40 countries across the world has participated. The programme was inaugurated by renowned poet Boey Kim Cheng of Australia. Miles Bronson Residential School has sent a team of three students (Junior Division) namely Catherine Singsit and Deepjyoti Brahma of Class VIII and Disha Mushahary of class IX accompanied by a teacher in-charge. The school has received two medals including one gold and one silver in debate and collaborative writing categories. The medallists are Deepjyoti Brahma (Gold) and Disha Mushahary (Silver).

Independence Day Celebrated

MBRS News Bureau: Aug 16 The 70th Independence Day was celebrated with pomp and joy in Miles Bronson Residential School. The day was a tribute to the land and the gallant of warriors.
The day's programme was followed by patriotic songs and dances. The National Flag was unfurled by the Founder & Principal Dr.N.K.Dutta. He delivered his speech on the sense of freedom and its importance. The day was marked with different sports competition within the school. Such as fun games for students of class I to VII, Basketball Competition and Football Match. The day witnessed the active participation of all the students in all areas.

MBRS Service Project

MBRS News Bureau: Aug 14 On the 14th August 2016 a team of 12 teachers with Principal sir look on an one day trip to a MBRS owned site in Sonapur. This proposed location is the main site of the MBRS Service and Education Camp which is themed as "Lighting the lamp". Also this site will be the main project location for the upcoming IPSC Service Project 2016 which will be hosted by MBRS this year.
The objectives of the adventurous trip was to find out the various possibilities to develop this site and to gather information about the different programs that could be conducted based on service, education and adventure.
Further a follow up pilot survey will also be conducted by the students of class XII Arts on 17/08/2016 to gather more empirical data about the nearby village and the camp site. The main objectives of this upcoming survey are to strengthen the motto of service among the students and to inculcate the students with the practical knowledge of research methodology.

WORKSHOP on Making Mathematics Meaningful

MBRS News Bureau: Aug 13 A workshop on mathematics titled "Making Mathematics Meaningful" was held in our school organized by the department of Mathematics on 13th August, 2016, for the students of classes XI and XII. Dr. Inder K. Rana, Emeritus Fellow, Department of Mathematics, IIT Bombay conducted the program as resource person. The program started at 9:30 A.M. with the welcome speech of Dr. Nripen Kumar Dutta, Founder and Principal of the school, followed by the two sessions of Dr. Rana. The first session was conducted on the topic Trigonometry where as the second session was conducted on Calculus. Students performed various group and individual activities during the program under the guidance of Dr. Rana and the faculty of the school. The main objective of the workshop was to develop higher order thinking skills in the students while applying the theorems and formulae in the field of applications. The workshop was very interesting and successful because of the interaction and involvement of the students. It was very helpful and enriching for the students of the new generation who undoubtedly always face new challenges everyday.

MBRS hosts CBSE Cryptic Crossword Contest 2016

MBRS News Bureau: Aug 11 The 3rd CCCC, 2016 hosted at Miles Bronson Residential School, Borjhar, Guwahati had an encouraging response of eleven reputed schools of Guwahati and its vicinity. The competition was transparent and smoothly coordinated and conducted by Mr. Raj Narayan Singh, National Coordinator. The competition started after the felicitation ceremony to the national coordinator Mr. R. N. Singh. The one hour session was quite brain storming. The champion team title was bagged and qualified for the grand finale to be held in Delhi in the month of December - 2016, by Royal Global School, Guwahati. Students from Class IX to XII were eligible for participation.
The chief guest Dr. N. K. Dutta, in his speech, graced the occasion with the invaluable repertoire of importance, origin and significance of crosswords and its various dimensions associated with the improvement of logical reasoning, enhancement of vocabulary, strengthening memory, development of problem solving skills and many more.

IPSC Soccer Tournament 2016

MBRS News Bureau: July 25 MBRS enthusiastically participates in the "IPSC U-14 Boys Soccer Tournament, 2016" hosted by the Assam Valley School, Balipara on 21st to 24th July 16 and reaps the Third Position.
In the League Match, MBRS vs Goalpara Sainik School, MBRS lost by 4-1. MBRS vs The Daly College, Indore, the former won by 1-0 and in the MBRS vs Pinewood School, MBRS outshone by 6-0.
MBRS won by 4-1 in the Quarter Final against Modern School Barakhambha Road. In the Semifinal MBRS lost the match by 6-0 against TNA, Sikkim.
Miles Bronson Residential School secured the third place in the tournament against Assam Valley School, Balipar by winning at a score of 5-2.

XXXIII State Taekwondo Championship 2016

MBRS News Bureau: July 24 Sports has been intrinsically embedded in MBRS. In the 33rd State Taekwondo Champion 2016, from 19th to 24th July 2016 at Golaghat Commerce College Indoor Stadium, Kabya Boro of Class X reaped the Gold Medal and became the State Champion. He participated under 78 Kg. He has also qualified for the 34th Junior National Taekwondo Championship in Punjab, Ludhiana.
Jayjit Kachari student of class XII Science has been proudly prized with Silver Medal under 73Kg.
They participated in Junior Boys Category.

Astounding Breakthrough by Bronsonians in JEE (Advance) - 2016

MBRS News Bureau: June 23 Miles Bronson Residential School puts on new feathers of success by the phenomenal triumph of 2 esteemed Bronsonians who cracked the Level - II and qualified for Joint Entrance Examination (Advance) 2016 and have brought superlative fame and glory to the Alma Mater.
MBRS, proudly unveil their names which are as follows:
1.Jason Jared Kharmawphlang and 2.Maxslesenroy Dkhar.
The Principal, The Secretary and Staff, extend best wishes and congratulations to them for their grand success. Wish you all a wonderful future ahead.


MBRS News Bureau: June 19 After travelling to different places across the lengths and breadths of the country, The Debating Phenomenon has finally come to North East. With an aim to bring about a change in the young Indians and make India aware, Vox Populi was hosted by Miles Bronson Residential School, a school that has the aim to make the students accept change in the best possible manner. With over 150 participants from all over North East taking part in 15 debates altogether, this is the largest debating event of the region. All top notch institutions from the region were invited and fought for the Best Delegation trophy over a course of 2 days, 17th and 18th June, 2016.
Vox Populi and Miles Bronson Residential School has tirelessly made all possible efforts to bring out one of the premier debating events of the entire zone. The Debates include The Rising Intelligentsia, Opinion Shastra- A Bilingual Debate, Ancient TImes and Deliver The Difference, to name a few. The issues being debated upon range from issues of national to international interest. Some of the issues were One should perform duties to claim rights and Censorship kills the aesthetics of art.
The Founder and Principal of the host institution, MBRS, Dr. N.K. Dutta said, "Leaders are not born, leaders are honed by nourishing their qualities and providing them with the right opportunities. We decided to bring to North East something that has never been experienced by the people here and to be honest, I was a little worried as to how people here would take it. Today, I can say that MBRS has given to the state something that everyone can learn from and cherish. At the end of the day, all the students across are the students of the MBRS family".
Speaking about the occasion, Shreyansh Bhalotia, President of Vox Populi: The Debating Phenomenon said, "Young India needs to be at par with the other generations. The intellect of this generation happens to be of a great stature and hence giving them a forum to voice their opinions is of paramount importance. It is not everyday that you get to do something for the nation and get a chance to debate your ideas and opinions about issues of local, national and global interest. Mrs. Nandini Dutta, Secretary, Miles Bronson Education Society graced the occasion and given away the winners trophies. It is only with the due cooperation of MBRS, specially Dr. Dutta, Mrs. Dutta, Ms Jayshree De, Mr. Mofidur Rahman and Mr. Saket Bhalotia that we have been able to pull out such a mega event. It is great to see schools take extra burden to give their students an opportunity to be a part of this event and this shows that the youth today does not mind extended travel to learn and showcase their skills."
The event ended on 18th June with a mega closing ceremony where the Chief Guest was Prof. Dhurba J Saikia, Vice Chancellor, Cotton College State University. The Best Large Delegation trophy was awarded to Miles Bronson Residential School. The Best Small Delegation trophy was awarded to St Francis De Sales School. Top 5 schools from this conference including the host institution will receive invites to the national edition. The School and Vox Populi: The Debating Phenomenon confirmed the next year's event too.

Round Square Conference, Noida

MBRS News Bureau: June 09 On 29th May six Bronsonians accompanied by a teacher attended the Round Square Conference which was held at Genesis Global School Noida from 29th May to 2nd June 2016. The theme of the conference was empowerment, spark the light, Ignite your dream.
On reaching there the team was divided into various Baraza groups. Later in the introduction session all the delegates including the teachers were divided into three groups , 1st world, 2nd world and 3rd world. There was a reflection session followed by the first baraza session .The next day was dedicated to service (one of the pillars of RS) in a nearby village government school where the students quite enthusiastically white washed the walls of the school playground and painted too. On returning they got ready and attended the opening ceremony followed by the second baraza session where all discussed about the theme and their observation at the service camp.
The delegates also participated in various adventure and sports activities in the school campus. which included rock climbing, trust fall and air borne to name a few .
The third day also started with the service camp at the same site. Thereafter they attended an art activity where they made pictures on the related theme. The key note speaker Navin Gulia was quite enriching because he proved physical deformity can never suppress the fire inside! Simultaneously there was a learning session for the teachers by the Microsoft, where they were explained the utility of Microsoft in collaborative learning .The icing on the cake was the evening cultural programme.
The next day was visit to the parliament . The stringent security did not permit any electronic device inside. Both the houses offered lots of learning experiences. Even the museum located inside the parliament was a great gift to all. The shopping spree was satisfied at Mall of India which is located at Noida. The last day was the closing ceremony which was very heart touching , for after the formal distribution of participation certificates, all the schools exchanged gifts and promised to keep in touch to take forward the six pillars of RS(IDEALS) successfully.

Summer Outfits

MBRS News Bureau: June 09 The Bronsonians are ready to beat the scorching heat of the summer this year. On 4-6-2016 the new uniforms were officially introduced in the Morning Assembly. For girls the contrast colours pink and peach while for the boys its blue and peach.
The students are happy and perhaps more because of the rise in mercury level as the day breaks. Now, a school uniform schedule has been made whereby both the former and the latter will be wear an alternate day with the exception of Saturday when they need to wear the house dress. With the progress of the school, this is again another innovative step to make the children feel at home in the midst of everyday tussel between the dos and don'ts!.

MBRS Qualifies for the Scholar's Cup Global Round, Bangkok

MBRS News Bureau: June 02 The Miles Bronson Residential School, Guwahati debating team, comprising of students Catherine Singsit, Deepjyoti Brahma & Dani Pading accompanied by teacher, Mofidur Rahman who were invited to participate and compete in the Dubai Round II of World Scholars Cup in the GEMS World Academy, Al Barsa, South Dubai, UAE, returned back after winning Gold & Silver prizes. The World Scholar's Cup which was founded by Daniel Berdichevsky aims to create something different than traditional competition and conferences, with the goal to motivate students of all backgrounds to discover new strengths and practice new skills and to inspire a global community of future scholars and leaders it's a celebration of the joy of learning. The World Scholar's Cup is inclusive, encouraging, interdisciplinary, discussion-based, forward-looking, team-oriented and whimsical. Every World Scholar's Cup features four exciting events. In Team Debate, each team debates three times, on motions across all the subjects, from policy to poetry. In Scholar's Bowl, every team in the theater. Every team with a clicker. Every question harder than the one before. Teams work together to solve analytic questions and multimedia challenges. In Collaborative Writing, debate with the power of your pen. Teams are given six statements, each from a different subject area, and asked to choose one to argue for or against. In Scholar's Challenge, its multiple choice, so make multiple choices. The Challenge looks like any other test, but with an alpaca-powered twist: one can mark more than one answer per question. The Competition was participated by 2700 students from different schools across the world. With this achievement the Miles Bronson Residential School's Scholars Cup debate team now qualifies for the Global Round which will be held on Bangkok from 26th to 30th June, 2016. In a recent communication from Daniel Berdichevsky, World Scholar's Cup, Founder & Alpaca-in-chief while congratulating the school states that your school, Miles Bronson Residential School, was earned berths at your choice of the 2016 World Scholar's Cup Global Round, to be held June 26-30 at the Bangkok Convention Centre at Central World and to the 2016 Mini-Global Round to be held July 22-26 in Prague. This year's Global Round will bring together 3000 leading scholars from over 50 countries, over the course of five days, they will unite to celebrate learning, community, and global citizenship; the Mini-Global Round will offer a similar experience in a smaller format. Participants at both events will also have the opportunity to earn prequalified berths at our final conference at Yale University in November, the Tournament of Champions.

Bronsonians Excel at JEE (MAIN) 2016

MBRS News Bureau: Apr 28 In an outstanding achievement nine students could scale up to crack level 1 of JOINT ENTRANCE EXAMINATION (MAIN) 2016, results for which were declared yesterday. Name of the students are Jason Jared Kharmawphlang, Libang Mize, Mewanbha Lyngdoh, Maxslesenroy Dkhar, Terok K. Marak, Pherbak Nohwir, Jaya Padmini Rabha, Kitbhahlang Pyrtuh & Lea I Awomi. The above mentioned candidates are eligible to appear in JEE (Advanced) 2016.

MBRS Added a Feather in its Cap!

MBRS News Bureau: May 03 Miles Bronson Residential School has won The BEST PERFORMANCE SCHOOL AWARD in the Unified International English Olympiad held on 26-11-2015 conducted by the UNIFIED COUNCIL, Hyderabad, TELANGANA for the 3rd consecutive year. The principal, Dr. Nripen Kumar Dutta and the Coordinator of the UIEO, Partho Sarothy Das received "The Best Contribution towards English Language Award" and "The Best Coordinator Award" respectively. They will be awarded at a glittering function at Rabindra Bharati Auditorium, Hyderabad, Telangana in the month of June 2016.

MBRS students shine at Science Olympiad Foundation (SOF) 2016

MBRS News Bureau: May 03 MBRS students have shown their talents in various Olympiads conducted by the SOF Olympiad Foundation in the year 2016. Like the previous years they are able to bring accolades to the school.

The International Award for Young People (IAYP) The Asia Pacific Regional Training Workshop

MBRS News Bureau: Apr 05 The Training for Teachers (T4T) of the International Award for Young People (Duke of Edinburgh) went underway on 2nd April 2016 at the Conference Hall of Miles Bronson Residential School, Guwahati. The 3 day workshop is being conducted by Mr. Rob Oliphant, Regional Manager, Asia Pacific from Australia accompanied by Mr. Kapil Bhalla, National Director and Mr. Bivajit Mukhaty, Programme Manager, IAYP, India. In the inaugural address Founder & Principal highlighted the importance of experiential and expeditional learning for imparting holistic education.
The Award Programme was first introduced in the United Kingdom in 1956 as the Duke of Edinburgh Award. The aim was to motivate young people aged between 14 and 25 years to become involved in a balanced program of voluntary self development activities to take them through the potentially difficult period between adolescence and adulthood.
The Award's concept is of individual challenge giving young people a balanced non-competitive programme of voluntary activities which encourage personal discovery and growth, self-reliance, perseverance, responsibility to themselves and service to their community. Those who participate in the Award are expected to follow its requirements in a non-competitive manner with a determination to succeed, either individually or as part of a team. The Award therefore is challenging and can be undertaken at one's own pace.
The basic structure of the Award consists of 4 mandatory sections Service, Adventurous Journey, Skills and Physical Recreation. There are three levels of Award - Silver, Gold and Bronze.
This program for teachers will delve with an objective of the capacity building of the potential award leaders to run the award programme in their region smoothly with self confidence. It will also help to promote the Global cohesiveness and camaraderie amongst the award leaders representing different parts of the globe by enhancing individual experience by exchanging their culture, views and ideas.

MBRS beats City Schools and Colleges in Quiz

MBRS News Bureau: Feb 29 26th February 2016 turned to be a great day for the School. The School Quiz team comprising of Mst Saklain M. Alam and Mst Jubaraj Das Upadhaya of class ix bagged the coveted first prize in the celebration of 30 years of Department of Biotechnology, Govt of India Quiz Competition 2016. The prestigious Quiz Competition was organized by the leading college of the city the B.Barooah College. Around 20 different leading institutions of the city including B.Barooah College, Cotton College and many other colleges and leading schools participated in the said Quiz Competition. Everyone present in the Dr. Bhupen Hazarika Auditorium appreciated the efforts of Miles Bronson Residential School in wining the first prize. The feat was only possible due to the continuous and tireless efforts of the Founder & Principal Dr.N.K.Dutta.
Lishi Dodum of class IX also bagged the 3rd prize in the Art Competition organized the next day i.e. on 27th Feb 2016 at the same Venue.

International Accreditation to the HMC, UK

MBRS News Bureau: Feb 16 With the time marching ahead, there is a revolutionary change in the education scenario to meet the challenges of the ignited minds. Henceforth, accreditation to the Headmasters' Conference (HMC), UK is another effort to upgrade MBRS education policy. Around sixty international schools are the members of the prestigious HMC and in India there are only two schools who are its proud members. With the membership of HMC, the school will be benefited in leaps and bound. First it's very prestigious. Secondly, there will be different levels of upgradation by the interaction and exchange programmes at the Principal level, Vice Principal level, Faculty level and Students level. Thirdly, the school will get the opportunity to participate in many national and international competitions.
On 14th and 15th Feb 2016, the school welcomed the visit of Mr. Peter Joseph Armstrong, International Division's representative of the HMC membership committee, who is also the Principal of The International School, Bangalore. His visit was a preface to the school inspection. Mr. Armstrong was highly impressed by the daily school schedule, the co-curricular activities and the sports facilities.
He also had one-to-one interaction with the students and the faculty, for, his only focus was to get into the soul of the school. His address in the Morning Assembly had the highlights of HMC and his observation details of the school. He was very positive about the schools' membership of HMC but the Head Office inspection is still due. A positive result is anticipated for, honest efforts are always recognized.

MBRS celebrates Saraswati Puja

MBRS News Bureau: Feb 13 With great fervor and gaiety, the teachers and the students alike celebrated the Saraswati Puja on 13th Feb at the Assembly Courtyard. The individual hostels too observed the day under the supervision of their respective House Masters and the House Mistresses. After paying obeisance to the goddess of learning, all participated in the mass 'slokas' and 'pushpanjali'. All in their colourful attire looked very happy and graceful. The day was engulfed in the aroma of beauty and thankfulness.

Nurturing sports in North East

MBRS News Bureau: Feb 08 Five students, Priyesh Jason, Kaveri, Khumi and Priyangshu and Mr. Gill attended an unique sports seminar cum felicitation ceremony of successful sports personality of North - East. It was organized jointly by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and North East Council (NEC)
Mr. Sarbananda SonowaL Honorable Union Minister of sports and youth affairs was the Chief Guest for the occasion. He announced the full support of the Union Government and allocation of more funds. He also urged the local industry stall warts take care of CSR.
Eminent speaker from senior IAS level, Large corporate houses, event management company, sports industries and sports organization spoke about the positive and negative side of sports arrangements in North- East.
Everyone agreed that there should be separate sports policy for the North East state, because despite its own difficulties there are great achievements. The seminar was an eye opener for all those who attended it. Everyone saluted the sports achievements of North East. Thanks to CII and NEC for arranging such program.

Young Round Square International Conference

MBRS News Bureau: Jan 22 With the starting of the New Year a team from MBRS comprising of six students of class VII and VIII, Ms. Disha Mushahary, Ms. Pingala Pallavini Bora, Ms. Dadere Narzary, Ms. Deflina Rabha and Mr. Arman Pde and Mr. N. Chingkheilakpa and a teacher Mrs. Rajdeep Kaur attended the Young Round Square International Conference. The theme of the conference was "Somewhere over the Rainbow. Dreaming of a Wonderful World" and was hosted by the famous Daly College Indore from 4th to 10th January 2016. There were delegates from 42 schools with 203 Indian delegates and 112 foreign delegates.
The MBRS team was welcomed at the Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport of Indore by a team from DC who took them to the school campus. It was an amazing sight for there were participants of diverse nationalities under one platform. The registration was at the Darbar Hall which was a grand and royal hall no less than a king's court. The seven day program was packed with fun filled activities, adventures and interactive sessions. There were many interesting talks by eminent key note speakers such as Capt. Navin Gulia, an adventurer, a writer, a social worker and a motivational speaker. He holds a world record for being the first person to drive nonstop for 55 hours to Marsimik La - which at 18,632 feet is the highest motorable mountain pass in the world and he is 100% paralyzed too with just little movements in his hands. He has turned disability to a life affirming force. Moving beyond the physical abilities he has travelled throughout the country, he holds motivational classes to inspire people of all ages. Capt.Gulia was an inspiration to all the students.
The second keynote speaker Mr Ribhu Vohra, the co-founder of Waste Less is an environmentalist by profession who made the delegates aware of the concept of reusing and increasing resource recovery from Indian waste and garb logy. Ribhu aims to leave the world a better place for future generations. All the delegates were highly influenced by his sessions. "The need of the hour is to create awareness about proper waste segregation and waste management," was what he stressed upon.
The Barazza sessions were also great. They were based on environment and sustainability. They made us play a card game with the aim of spreading awareness on waste segregation and its importance. Delegates enthusiastically participated in these sessions. They concluded that to make the earth a wonderful place we have to take care of our environment.
The colour connect activity conducted by Mr. Dyu D' Cunha was also interesting. It taught us teamwork, bonding with team members , creativity, leadership and building a connection was the mission for the fun filled activities
Other activities in the conference included bird watching, yoga, art and craft activities, story telling, dance, puppet making and music. There were many treasure hunt games as well which the children really enjoyed.
Visit to Mandu, a historical town of great cultural importance, around 100 km from Indore was exciting. We could see huge, mesmerizing forts all around. Specially the Jahaz Mahal was one of the most beautiful fort we had ever seen. There was a baraza activity "Mandu creative challenge" in which the students had to sketch the forts of Mandu or write a poem on it. Our student Dadere Narzary made a wonderful sketch which truly stole the hearts of the judges and she was the winner of the art competition. Her write up on "My dream of a wonderful world" was also highly appreciated and was published in the school's magazine and displayed in the conference board throughout the conference.
The conference was a great learning experience for all the delegates. The skills the children learned and experienced at the conference shall definitely help them bridge their dreams to reality.

New Year Eve

MBRS News Bureau: Jan 2 MBRS in a befitting manner bid adieu 2015 on 31st Dec. evening. Parallelly the scintillating evening also offered a hearty welcome to 2016 when the playground echoed the thunderous music and all enraptured by the mystic aura and the bonfire. The bonfire ceremoniously was lighted by the Founder Principal Dr. N.K. Dutta and the Honourable Secretary Ma'am Nandini Dutta along with the members of the school council. The guest artists Abhijit and Nash rocked the stage with many hit numbers while Mr. Jyotirmoy Medhi's DJ Bonge Nite twisted and bent the hips and toes of many off the stage. The show was anchored by Miss Megha Talukder of XII Arts and Master Dapher Laloo of XII Sc. The curtain dropped down with the announcement of the exeat procedure and the final dinner of 2015.

Rajasthan Rocks

MBRS News Bureau: Dec 24 7 Students from MBRS attended the Maria's Braveheart North Eco camp at Rajasthan organized by Marias Public School from 16th to 21st Dec 15. Many students from Maria's and Royal Global School were also part of the trip. The trip had everything from adventure, thrill, experience of living in tent, bird and bug watching, pottery, bat conservation, camel ride, community service and many more. Three students from MBRS and two students from Maria's who were part of one team grabbed the best team award towards the end of the trip.

4th International Summit on Life Skills, Values, Gender & School Wellbeing - 2015

MBRS News Bureau: Dec 18 On 9th, 10th & 11th Dec 2015 four students from Class XI and a teacher had an opportunity to become a part and parcel of the 4th International Summit on Life Skills, Values, Gender and School Wellbeing hosted at Summerfield School, Delhi organized by Expression India in collaboration with CBSE. The three days programme although hectic, it was life enriching. Students received a wide platform to showcase their talent in different activities and competitions like Thematic Song, Jingle, Elocution, Mock Parliament and exhibition of the Model and Posters.
Chechiya Marak from class XI Science bagged the 1st prize in Thematic Song. Amit Paul XI Sc, Ningthoujam Jennifer XI Arts and Russel Daimary XI Arts won appreciation for the Exhibition. It's anticipated the learning experiences gathered here will take them all a long way ahead.

Donate a Blanket, Save a Life

MBRS News Bureau: Dec 14 Inspired, motivated and excited by the initiative of NDTV and Uday Foundation's mission to keep the pavement dwellers of North India warm, we the Miles Bronson fraternity also joined hands in saving the life of the people in need. On 3rd December, it was announced in our morning assembly that we have to collect blankets and warm clothes for people who are dying out of cold on streets, slums, orphanages and old age homes. On Sunday the 6th of December 2015 we collected a huge pile of old warm clothes and blankets from the Bronsonians and the teachers. It's really very exciting that some of our teachers and Bronsonias brought not only old warm clothes but also brought new blankets, clothes, pair of socks and hand gloves to make someone feel warm. And on 13th December, 2015 we, a group of students along with our teachers distributed the blankets and warm clothes to the pavement dwellers living near the Sukreshwar Mandir, Panbazar, Guwahati. The programme had a huge coverage by electronic media such as News Live and Assam Talk. I wish all my friends and teachers join their hands, take such initiatives and make their life a worth living.


MBRS News Bureau: Dec 12 On 8th December, 2015 (Tuesday), at Miles Bronson Residential School an illuminating and riveting motivation session entitled as "12 Secretes for Peak Examination Performance", was conducted by the distinguished and elegant virtuoso, the Founder and Principal, Miles Bronson Residential School, Revered Dr. N. K. Dutta with the budding talents who are Class X & XII Examinees for the ensuing CBSE Board Examination. On the gracious ice breaking of the fascinating session, Miss Megha Talukdar, Class XII (Arts) extended her hearty welcome address to the august gathering and optimized immense learning by the session which was followed by the beguiling and thought provoking presentation on the above mentioned topic by Dr. Dutta. The main objective of this highly brainstorming programme was to accord some striking tips and meticulous extremities to maximize success in board examinations, as a token of infinite love, care and responsibility to the young talents and also to imbibe a zeal and mindset of examination fever so that they can pull their sleeves with no procrastination and face the board examination with confidence, knowledge and skills and come out with flying colours. In the enchanting ambience of the session the Founder and Principal, Dr. Dutta by his good-self provided 12 nectars of wisdom like a panacea, optimizing an unprecedented results and breakthrough in such a way that, they cross all barriers and carve a niche in MBRS by their peak performance, which are as follows: Relevant factors affecting examination performance Goal Setting, Making a smart study plan to sharpen the saw, Differentiation, Smart revision and Key words, Quality notes and mind maps with special reference to 80:20 Pareto Principle, Working Backwards, Improvement of the Average, Revision plan with proper biological clock, Time Management, Intrinsic Motivation, A stress-free mind.
The spark of will power and perseverance which were generated on the eyes of the Bronsonians were the reflection of charming portrait of the supreme positive feedback and fruitfulness of this grand event. The overall anchoring of the programme was aptly conducted by Miss Priyanka Tahbilder, Class XII (Arts), Former Head Girl, MBRS.

Astounding Success of MBRS Students

MBRS News Bureau: Dec 10 In the just declared results of Unified International English Olympiad (UIEO) -2015/16, the Bronsonians have done exceptionally well. Master Robson Das, student of class VI became the National achiever with a National Rank of 79. Miss Jigyasa Devi of class II secured the 3rd rank in the North East Zone. Master Meda Pading of class IX secured the 3rd rank in the North-East Zone. Congratulations! To all the achiever who brought laurels to the school.


MBRS News Bureau: Nov 28 Mrs. Rajbir Sandhu, South Asia and the Gulf Regional Support Manager, Round Square arrived Guwahati on 25.11.2015 at 12 noon. She was received by a team comprising of two members of Student Council Office Bearers Adjourno Marak and Disha Das, chairperson and Secretary General of the RS student body along with two staff members Mrs. Rajdeep Kaur, Faculty (Botany) and Mr. Areef Ahmed, Faculty (zoology)Quality Assurance Manager. After arrival, she took a tour of the entire school campus.
The next day i.e. on 26.11.2015 she arrived at the school campus at 8.00 am and offered floral tributes to the bust of Dr. Miles Bronson. She also attended the school morning assembly and enlightened the students by explaining the IDEALS and the way to carry them forward. The Bronsonians had also presented a PowerPoint presentation on the Round Square IDEALS at MBRS, which she really appreciated followed by the school inspection of both the academic block and the dormitories. The day ended with a "Orientation Program on an Insight to Round Square-A way forward" - An Programme of MBRS teaching staff with the esteemed guest.

IAYP Achievement

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 25 International Award for Young People, 20 Bronsonian from class 12 have achieved Bronze Awards and Certificates today their contribution in 4th pillars - Service, Skills, Physical Activity and Adventure Journey.
With this achievement MBRS has a list of total 2 Gold, 48 Silver and 254 Bronze. This ongoing program offers a plethora of activities whereby students foster their latent talents and skills.

Canadian High Commission Conducts Counseling for Undergraduate Programs

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 17 Indo - Canadian Business Chamber representatives visited Miles Bronson Residential School, one of the city's premier boarding schools on 16th of this month as a part of their initiative to offer counseling for exploring undergraduate admission opportunities in colleges and universities of Canada to students of East and Northeast India. The students of 11th and 12th standard attended the career counseling session presided over by the Founder and Principal of the school Dr.N.K Dutta. In his brief address he stated the three reasons why today's generation should go to abroad for education .First he said it's always the reputation of the university that offers wide range of scholastic and co-scholastic courses. Secondly the facilities that include not only the infra structure but the highly influential faculties and thirdly the environment that fosters global community. The dignitaries were introduced and felicitated by the students.
Ms.Ivy Lerner-Frank the First Secretary, Education High commission of Canada in India opened the session with a video followed by a detailed description of undergraduate courses in the universities of Canada, the criteria of admission, scholarships available, assistance in passport-visa ,placement et-al.Mr.Sanjeev Verma First Secretary, Immigration and Ms.Joyanti Saikia Trade Commissioner Assistant intimated the students about their support in all the official matters related to immigration ,etc. The representatives of Camosun College, Capilano University, Centinnial College, Lakehead University, Ryerson University, Seneca College, University of British Columbia, University of Ottawa to name a few also had one-to-one session with the aspiring students .

Eco-Friendly Diwali Celebration

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 16 As customary, MBRS family this year too on 11th Nov 2015 with great pomp and show observed the Diwali festival conspicuously with no crackers. The glittering evening had a cultural nite to offer. The winner of Assam Idol Chandan Das and the 3rd runners up of Bharat Ki Shaan Dimpi Sonowal were the guest artists of the show. After the felicitation ceremony with great zeal and enthusiasm the duo and the orchestra team kept the audience enthralled with a lot of many hit numbers from both Bollywood (Hindi) and Tollywood (Assamese). Also the music teacher Anshuman Paul had sung one of his favorite numbers for the Bronsonians. The open field witnessed all tapping their shoes or twisting their hips along with the tune. It was a mesmerizing evening but with a message:
Be Responsible For Your Fun shouldn't be another's Harm.

MBRS Girls Outshine in Interschool Volleyball Tournament

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 2 The CBSE Cluster-I Volleyball Tournament 2015-16 was organized by DPS, ONGC, Nazira on 30th and 31st Oct 2015. The girls team won the third position defeating DPS Dhaligaon in the third match by 25-18, 25-15 and 25-10. MBRS girls team put up their best effort in the first match against Faculty English School, Guwahati, second match against DPS Nazira although they could not win the first two ranks.

Interschool Swimming Competition 2015

MBRS News Bureau: Oct 18 The Bronsonians win crowns of glory in the first Invitational Swimming Competition hosted by Assam Valley Public School, Balipara, Tezpur. It was a tremendous victory for the students could bag the gold, silver and bronze medals in different categories. Special appreciation goes to Kumar Krishna Pathak class XII Comm for winning Gold in 100 meter back stroke under 19, two silvers medals in 100 meter Individual Medley and 50 meter Butterfly Stroke. In 4 x 50 meter Free Style Relay the team (Shakibul Ahmed, Manash Nath, Sydney Sapam and Kumar Krishna Pathak) under 19 won the Bronze medal. Students who defeated in the hits are Ringsar Narzary, Udipta Mazumdar, Karabi Swargiary, Deflina Rabha, Sildime K. Binan.

North - East Public Schools Soccer Tournament

MBRS News Bureau: Oct 18 North-East Public Schools Soccer Tournament kicked off an 4th Oct on the ground of Assam Valley School, Balipara, Tezpur. Eight best soccer teams from different schools form North-East had the tug-of-war till 8th Oct of this month. MBRS won the 1st runners up. The team won all its league and semi-final matches. Karan Pegu Class XII Sc was declared as the highest scorer of the tournament with seven goals to his credit.

Round Square International Conference 2015

MBRS News Bureau: Oct 13 Each Year, there is a Round Square Regional and International Conference, attended by all Round Square Schools the world over. Programmes initiated by Round Square help institutionally and culturally different, but like-minded, students meet and share their points of view on the six Round Square IDEALS (Internationalism, Democracy, Environment, Adventure, Leadership and Service) which are incorporated into all conference programmes. These are special experiences that in so many subtle ways help students become better world citizens.
Therefore a team from MBRS comprising of two students of class XI Science Ms. Disha Das and Ms. Adjourno Marak along with esteemed Founder and Principal Dr.N.K. Dutta and a teacher Mrs. Rajdeep Kaur attended the Round Square International Conference (RSIC-2015) at Singapore as a observer school. The theme of the conference was "Act Today, Change Tomorrow" and was hosted by the United World College of South East Asia(UWCSEA)which has students from 88 different nationalities and to add to it 106 schools from 5 different continents arrived altogether to make the conference a grand success.
The MBRS team was welcomed at the Changi International Airport of Singapore by a team from UWCSEA who took them directly into the school campus were our team was amazed to see participants of diverse nationalities all on one platform. The registration was followed by many arrival day activities. Gradually trough out the 6 day program there were many interesting speeches by eminent key note speakers such as Tim Jarvis, Kavita Ramdas and Nidhi Kapur. There were many outstanding Rikka speakers as well such as Tammie Matson, Michael Brosowski, Anthony Skillicorn to name a few. The service day touched the hearts of all. The day started with the great performance by the Epic Arts group , who presented a dance by the differently abled children of Cambodia. Later that day they met so many unprivileged and differently abled children of Singapore shared various activities , among which painting, doll making and puppet show was enjoyed by many.
There was a discover Singapore day as well were our children discovered the favourite tourists spots of Singapore such as Gardens by the bay, Santosa island, National Singapore museum and shopping places such china town and little India.
In the conference our team learned that in order to prepare for adult life, young people must be encouraged to discover and embrace the similarities and differences between cultures and nationalities in ways that promote meaningful and lasting understanding, tolerance and respect. Our children who care passionately about what happens in the future to our world and to the fascinating variety of cultures and communities it supports were all brain stromd attending this conference. They learnt that each community be that of plants , animals or our human beings should be allowed to thrive and prosper for which care and mutual cooperation is of great importance. Not only the children it was a training and professional development opportunities for teaching staff as well.

City School Creates a Niche on ROBOTICS

MBRS News Bureau: Sep 8 Annual Techno Management Fest of IIT Guwahati hosted the final round of Robothlon 2015 on 4th-6th September organised by Robosapiens Technologies Pvt.Ltd. For the last 4 years the esteemed organisation has been organising the national Level Championship with the motive to offer a wide platform to today's youth into the world of technology where Robotics play a vital role in critical thinking and problem solving. Amongst 106 schools and colleges from all over India, Miles Bronson Residential School, Guwahati bagged the prestigious 2nd and 3rd prize. It was a life time experience for the students for they got the opportunity to have hands on experience on Autonomous Robotics, Quad Copter and humanoid Robots. The National winners received trophy and certificates.

MBRS Students won Three Prizes in the Art Competition

MBRS News Bureau: Sep 7 On 30th August, 2015, the students of MBRS, could achieve another landmark, when they won three prizes in the Art Competition, held in Nehru Stadium, Guwahati, conducted by the students of IIT, Guwahati. In that event some of the students like Sunayna Das (Class X), Russel Daimary (Class XI Arts), Preety Koniya (Class X) brought glory to the school by securing 2nd, 3rd and 4th position respectively. They showed their artistic skill in exemplary way and were much appreciated by organizers and audience. The students were congratulated by the school management, members of the school student's council, teachers and all stake holders.


MBRS News Bureau: Sep 4 On 3rd and 4th of September CBSE has conducted a financial literacy program under the initiative of SEBI and NISM which was conducted at Miles Bronson Residential School .The program was inaugurated by noted academician and Founder Principal of MBRS Dr. Nripen Kumar Dutta, the chief guest was Sanjib Das(Regional Officer, CBSE, Guwahati, followed by the guest of honour Sri B.B Sangma, Director of Indian Institute of Banking and Management, followed by the seminar Vice-President of NiSM Sri Nitin Tike and manager NiSM, Rohit Jain. Participants from different schools of northeast has involved their presence in this thought provoking interactive session on financial literacy and its importance in school education. It was first of this kind of program in this part of the country, shouldered by MBRS with initiative from the Founder and Principal Dr. Nripen Kumar Dutta.

Unified International English Olympiad (2014-15)

MBRS News Bureau: Aug 24 Recently announced result of UNIFIED council, Hyderabad, Telengana has again proved MBRS students' intelligence and capability are always at par with the international level. The school has received Awards at different categories besides the students' certificates.
1. The Best Performance School in North East - Miles Bronson Residential School, Guwahati
2. The Best Contribution towards English Learning - Dr. Nripen Kr. Dutta
3. The Best School Co-ordinator - Mr. Partho Sarathy Das They received Mementos and a cash prize of Rs 2,500 each.

Union Minister of Human Resource Development Smriti Zubin Irani acknowledges the exemplary performance

MBRS News Bureau: Aug 23 It's a matter of great pride that Smriti Zubin Irani the HRD Minister govt of India for the first time sent Appreciation Certificate to the stake holders of MBRS for whose dedication and commendable service the school today has reached a niche in the educational field not only in the national level but also in the international level. The students who received the Citation are the achievers of CGPA 10 and 95+% are Dhruba Narayan Hazarika, Eliza Das, Ipshita Sen, Kavery Mohela, Mainak Bhowmick, Ripon Patgiri, Rituparna Dalai, Tako Akam Tadar and Thangson Tawmbing. The educators who have received the honour are Kumud Sarma (Maths), Nabajyoti Lahkar (Computer Science), Lipika Borah (Biology), Mosbin Rahman (English), Jaysree de (English) and Bharat Chetri (Hindi).
It's the best gift on the eve of Teacher's Day which will keep the flag of aspiration and expectations fluttering high for years to come.
Dr. Nripen Kumar Dutta the Founder and Principal whose dauntless endeavour, versatility in wisdom and pedagogy, whose constant research and experience has consistently made the CBSE examination result graph rise up, , has also been honoured with the prestigious citation.
All are highly indebted to revered Principal and believe in further accolades and milestones that are in store.


MBRS News Bureau: Aug 20 Nothing succeeds like success. The esteemed Bronsonian Miss Dani Sumpa who is an alumni of this alma mater MBRS under department of School Integrated Programme (SIP), has brought laurels and accolades to us by her remarkable and astounding breakthrough in the AIPMT - 2015 Results declared on 17th August, 2015 by securing
Arunachal Pradesh Pmt Rank: 57
All India ST Quota Seats Rank: 711
Arunachal Pradesh ST Quota Seats Rank: 17
and All India Pmt Rank: 67129.

The principal, the secretary, the department of sip, teaching & non-teaching staff and entire MBRS fraternity are proud of her and wish her a bright future and all success in life.

Investiture Ceremony

MBRS News Bureau: Aug 10 "Leadership and Learning are indispensable to each other." ---Jhon F. Kennedy
Miles Bronson Residential School accords upon its students the aptitude to be future leaders. To strengthen this ability the school annually conducts its investiture ceremony. For the session of 2015-16 the ceremony was held during the morning assembly on 10th of August 2015.
The event began with the Morning Prayer followed by the school pledge. After which the newly appointed council members were adorned with badges representing their position and the head boy Nachetlong Tzudir (XI Sc) and head girl Kaveri Mohela (Xi Sc) were handed over the school flag and sash each.
This was followed by the entire council taking oath to fulfill all their duties with honesty and integrity. The former head boy and head girl congratulated the new leaders and shared with everyone their experiences as council members.
A motivational speech was delivered by the founder & Principal Dr. N.K. Dutta, outlining the duties of the newly selected students. He briefly, also encouraged the council members to understand their responsibilities and to fulfill them with full devotion, dedication and discipline.
The momentous ceremony was concluded with the National Anthem.

Science Olympiad Foundation

MBRS News Bureau: Aug 04Critical thinking, being analytical and problem solving are the core objectives of education today.
Thus, the privileged bunch of students in MBRS consistently receive opportunities to showcase their talents or brainstorm through the various Olympiads in Science, Computer, English and Maths. Co-ordinated by Kumud Sarma, HOD Maths and Nabajyoti Lahkar, HOD IT. SOF Olympiad 2015-16 2nd level online exam held on the month of February bagged several prestigious ranks in the state level as under:
The teachers responsible for conducting the whole episode besides the two esteemed co-ordinators are Areef Ahmed (Quality Assurance Manager), Mosbin Rohman (Sr. faculty English). The team received individual Mementos for their well organized team work. There was also a special Token of Appreciation for the revered Founder & Principal Dr. N.K. Dutta for taking the initiative and offering chances to maximum number of students from the school.

Motivation Session with The Prodigy of Today

MBRS News Bureau: July 08 When young minds are focused and directed, they don't chase success but success chase them. Anuran Mukharjee today is not only the pride of Aakash Institute but he is also the pride of Assam. First in Assam CEE 2014, 1st in JIPMER 2014, 122nd in AIPMT 2014 and 86th in AIIMS is a self motivated boy of twenty years or so. His one hour motivational session with the students of Class XI & XII had spontaneous response. The strategy for cracking the competitive examinations whether Medical or Engineering, he said its all individual time management and planning. There's no shortcut to hard work. Amongst the various tips that he had cited, the most outstanding were:
1. Devote more time in that paper that is difficult.
2. Rigorous practice.
3. Methodically revise MCQs and subjective lesions.
4. Never stress ourselves.
5. De stress through meditation or listening to music.
6. There's no specific hours to study but it should be qualitative not quantitative.
7. Make holidays productive.
8. Hard work and sacrifice for two years of class xi
The inquisitive minds were highly sensitized for they understood their future is in their hands.

MBRS hosts CBSE Cryptic Crossword Contest

MBRS News Bureau: July 03 The 2nd CCCE, 2015 hosted at Miles Bronson Residential School, Borjhar, Guwahati had an encouraging response of ten reputed schools of Guwahati and its vicinity. The competition was transparent and smoothly coordinated and conducted by Mr. Raj Narayan Singh, National Coordinator. The competition started after the felicitation ceremony to the national coordinator Mr. R. N. Singh and the Chief Guest cum the City Patron Dr. N. K. Dutta. The one hour session was quite brain storming. The champion team title was bagged and qualified for the grand finale to be held in Delhi in the month of December - 2015, by Sri Sankardev Academy, Guwahati. Students from Class IX to XII were eligible for participation.
The chief guest Dr. N. K. Dutta, in his speech, graced the occasion with the invaluable repertoire of importance, origin and significance of crosswords and its various dimensions associated with the improvement of logical reasoning, enhancement of vocabulary, strengthening memory, development of problem solving skills and many more.

The School's Chief Medical Officer attended the SAVE meet of boarding school doctors

MBRS News Bureau: June 30 Dr. Navajyoti Das, Chief Medical Officer of Miles Bronson Residential School with permission and support of honorable Principal Dr. N. K. Dutta, attended the SAVE meet organized by Sanofi Pasteur. The seminar cum workshop was organized at Hotel Novotil Mumbai on 27th and 28th June 2015. It was attended by Resident Doctors of around 100 top Boarding Schools across India and Experts in various fields. A variety of problems faced by the students residing in hostels were discussed and efforts were made to find out solutions to them. Some of the topics discussed are as follows:
1. Dieter and nutritional Challenges of Residential School students by Dr. Geeta Khanna (Peadritician & dietician)
2. Challenges in managing stress/mental health of residential school students by Dr. Dawa Bhutia from St Jevier's Derjeling.
3. Adolescent health problems with focus on overweight & obesity by Dr. R P Pareek of BD Goenka school.
4. Controlling Communicable diseases in Residential schools & challenges during the outbreak of epidemics like Flu (including Swine flu) and the role of vaccination in preventing such outbreaks by Bandita Sanga & Dr. Jyoti Patil.
5. Challenges in managing Emergencies by Dr. Jayesh Parikh.
The knowledge gathered during the discussions were valuable and the school's Chief Medical Officer will try his best to implement them in Miles Bronson Residential School in the near future with the help of the School's authorities and all guardians.

Robotics- A 21st Century Solution

MBRS News Bureau: June 23 A two days Robotics workshop on Autonomous Robotic was held at MBRS on 19th and 20th June 2015 conducted by Robosapiens Technologies in association with IIT, Guwahati. The different titles on which the workshop was conducted were:
1. Introduction to Robotics.
2. Basic of Robot Electronics.
3. Introduction to Micro Controllers.
4. Introduction to Programming Language.
5. Discussion on different Algorithms.
6. Software and Debugging.
7. Development of different types of Robots.
A total of 144 students participated who also were competitors in the zonal round competitions. Finally twenty four (24) students scaled the selection criteria to participate in the National Level Robotic Competitions to be held at IIT Guwahati during their Annual Technical Fest on 3rd Sept to be continued till 6th Sept, 2015.

Ms. Sonya Ghandy Mehta, Observer Round Square Schools visits MBRS

MBRS News Bureau: June 22 The Principal of the Assam Valley School, Balipara and observer RSS Ms. Sonya Ghandy Mehta visited MBRS on 16 June 2015 for a three day enrichment sessions with the Bronsonians. The splendid morning of her first day at the campus welcomed her in the Morning Assembly where after the felicitation ceremony with a 'xorai','edi chador' and a 'memento', she joined in the morning prayers followed by the daily 'word bank' and 'Thoughts for the day' of which she was a keen observer. After the school anthem sang in unison, she made us all acquainted with the ideals of RSS, the expectations and practice to be at par with the highly acclaimed educational institutes of the country and abroad.
The first day session after the ceremonial obeisance to the bust of Miles Bronson, was centered round students' power point presentations on different activities i.e. practiced and focused on the first three pillars of RSS i.e. Internationalism, Democracy, Environment. Her valuable comments during the interactive session and students' queries added volumes to everybody's belief and strategy. The following two days also had PPT presentations on the other three pillars of RSS i.e. Adventure, Leadership, Service. The students presented PPT on Life Skills, Club Activities like Literary, Quiz, Robotics, Photography, etc. There was a special workshop for the teachers on the concluding day. She was also taken to different classrooms and laboratories by the Principal to make her familiarized with the actual practice in MBRS. What could be summarized is that
Round Square is a worldwide association of about 100 schools on five continents sharing unique and ambitious goals.
Students attending Round Square schools make a strong commitment beyond academic excellence, to personal development and responsibility - based on the ideas of the reforming educationalist and founder of Salem, Kurt Hahn.
By taking on responsibilities, serving their fellows, accepting challenges, having adventures, and sharpening their awareness of international issues, the pupils are able to discover and develop their whole identity.
This basic principle is manifested in the six pillars of the Round Square, the IDEALS:
Internationalism - means being open to the world: Round Square promotes this by means of regular worldwide pupil exchanges, participation in international projects, and the annual Round Square Conference, in which delegations of pupils from all Round Square Schools take part.
Democracy - means participation in the democratic process and the development of a democratic way of thinking, by which democratic awareness is fostered and strengthened as an important element in the school community.
Environmental awareness - Round Square Schools commit themselves to harming the environment as little as possible, and strengthening environmental awareness through projects and campaigns within their schools.
Adventure - Pupils learn to accept physical challenges and achieve moral strength through the outdoor activities and ventures outside school
Leadership - Pupils learn that leadership qualities are based on personal responsibility, courtesy, justice and discipline. Because pupils at Round Square Schools can take on offices, they can train and develop their leadership qualities.
Service - means serving other people. Round Square pupils learn to help - beyond the school boundaries. Every pupil can take part in aid projects anywhere in the world, as well as their service in school or support the fundraising campaigns with which Round Square helps those in need.
It also organizes International Service Projects for students from its member schools. These bring together young people from all over the world to work as a truly international team providing much-needed assistance to disadvantaged communities.
MBRS is fortunate that its rich principles, disciplines and Life skills have been recognized at international level and it has got the privilege to be a member of the Round Square. A team comprising of the Founder & Principal Dr.N.K.Dutta, Lipika Bora PGT (Biology) and student representatives Disha Das and Adjourna Marak from class XI will represent the school in the international level at Singapore in the month of October 2015.

International Yoga Day

MBRS News Bureau: June 21 MBRS observed the 1st International Yoga Day on 21st June 2015 along with the rest of the world with lots of zeal and enthusiasm. There were around 155 students from class I to XII performing different yoga activities like Suryanamaskar, Yogasana, Meditation and Pranayama. The instructor Mr. Bikash Baruah, the Yoga National Silver medalist and International Yoga activist along with the Hostel wardens, teachers and Director of Sports Mr. Hardeep S. Gill organized the session quite meticulously so that there's dedication and perfection in the whole celebration. There were five special demonstrations like Padmasana, Sukhasana, Dhanurasana, Pachimottanasana, Vrkshana and Pranayama such as Kapalbhati, Bhramari, Omkar. The Children have taken apledge to continue with the follow up for a healthy and disease free life style.

Parents' Induction and Orientation Programme

MBRS News Bureau: June 15 Very religiously on 14th June 2015, the freshers of class XI Arts/Science/Commerce were welcomed by the fraternity members of MBRS. With the MBRS family getting extended, the responsibilities and commitments too increased. Hence, in a nutshell revered Founder & Principal Dr.N.K.Dutta intimated the parents through his brief presentation the nitty-gritty of the MBRS education system, the policies, the achievements and the future edeavours. Mrs. Nandini Dutta, the honurable Secretary also endorsed the faith and trust that the parents have upon the institution and its fraternity. She through her remarkable and honest delivery made clear that parents have made their right choice by showering their responsibilities upon the MBRS education society,one of the forerunners of the society. She also made an appeal to the parents for their kind support which will help the school in nurturing their children,for the school will not leave any stone unturned to give the best and bring out the best so that the sacrifice and dreams get fulfilled.
The whole session was anchored by Mrs. Monica Borgohain PGT Physics. Mrs. Anindita Bhattacherjee co-ordinator primary school anchored the session with the students in Arts, Commerce and Science stream.The co-ordinator of the programme was Mr.Arif Ahmed ,Quality Assurance Manager.

Seminar with Forest Man of India, Padmashree Jadav Payeng

MBRS News Bureau: June 11 As a part of World Environment Day observation on 5th June a seminar cum interactive session was conducted at the Conference Hall of Miles Bronson Residential School, Borjhar, Guwahati on Tuesday, 9th June2015. Noted environmentalist and forestry worker, Forest Man of India, Padma Shri Jadav Payeng was the keynote speaker. The seminar began with the welcome speech by Dr. N.K Dutta, Founder and Principal, MBRS where Dr. Dutta highlighted the contribution of Shri Payeng and how he has transformed a barren wasteland into a forest. The welcome speech was followed by the motivational and inspirational speech of Shri Payeng where he has highlighted the role of the students to conserve and protect the environment from various environmental problems such as global warming, flood and erosion etc. Shri Payeng said that the students should come forward to plant more and more trees. He also said that the students can even conduct various awareness programmes for the protection of environment. He also urged the govt. to introduce various environmental activities in the school curriculum right from the primary level so that the students can learn practical knowledge about the various environmental problems. However, in the interactive session with the Bronsonians he said that the government should plant non-commercial trees so that people never cut down the trees. After the end of the programme he also planted two trees in the school premises along with Dr. N.K Dutta.

Mesmerizing Deliberation from Honourable Captain V. K. Verma on School's Morning Congregation

MBRS News Bureau: June 11 On 9th June, 2015 (Tuesday) the splendid morning assembly of Miles Bronson Residential School was supremely ennobled by esteemed and distinguished virtuoso Shri Captain V. K. Verma, Principal, G. D. Goenka Public School, Panipat, Haryana and Member of Indian Public Schools' Conference (IPSC). The benign and gracious presence of another two eminent personalities, Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder & Principal, MBRS and Ms. Nandini Dutta, Secretary, Miles Bronson Education Society accorded a Midas Touch to the auspicious event.
The programme began with the icebreaking in the form of whole hearted morning prayer in a tranquil ambience where Honourable guest Captain Verma, Revered Dr. Dutta, Esteemed Ms. Dutta, the sagacious staff members and the lovely Bronsonians in unison strived to connect their hearts to God. It was followed by a charismatic felicitation ceremony where Captain Verma was honored with an "Eri Sadar" and a "Xorai" reflecting Assamese Cultural Heritage of Cottage (Sericulture) and Bell Metal Industry respectively and also a Token of Love with thunderous round of applause.
Later, Dr. Dutta in his fascinating welcome speech, extended a warm cordial welcome to Captain Verma to this warm caring family called Miles and profound gratitude to him for showing his interest to visit MBRS.
In the regaling speech of Honourable Captain V. K. Verma, at the very outset he thanked the host Principal and the Secretary for bestowing such warmth to him. He added MBRS possess every highly satisfactory dimension to be affiliated for Indian Public Schools' Conference (IPSC) and once it gets affiliated MBRS will be enlisted amongst the top most handful schools of the country where the most important stack holder that is the students would be nurtured in a supreme holistic way to reach zenith of success. In the highly motivating speech, Captain Verma asked all the budding talents to imbibe some invaluable human values like Positive Mindset to keep away from Evil Deeds, Capability to Tolerate Pain and Struggle as No Pain No Gain and finally To Admire Teachers who feel proud at students' success and never unfasten their hand in distress.
Later, the paragon of wisdom Ms. Nandini Dutta, Secretary, Miles Bronson Education Society in her alluring concluding address, whole heartedly extended gratitude to Captain Verma for his superb and fantastic speech. Ms. Dutta also showed her enthusiasm to get MBRS entitled as a member of IPSC and would benignly look forward Captain Verma to be a harbinger regarding this very shortly. The charming programme ended with the National Anthem.
The auspicious drizzling atmosphere throughout the event was itself proving to be the good messenger of forthcoming remarkable milestone in the form of MBRS's affiliation to Indian Public Schools' Conference (IPSC).

New School Attire for MBRS Educators

MBRS News Bureau: June 06 The new dress code for Lady Teachers in MBRS is the symbol of school spirit and the representation of the school unity. Its depicts strong sense of school ethos and promotes discipline and togetherness of the MBRS community.
A feel of pride and uniformity being cultivated through the uniform has also promoted a sense of responsibility. As teachers, all feel very privileged in representing the school's vision and spirit through the new school uniform and are obliged.

MBRS are 2nd runners-up in the inter-school invitational basketball tournament

MBRS News Bureau: June 01 Nestled in Tezpur, Assam Valley School organized the 3rd Invitational All Assam Basketball Championship from 26 May 2015 to 30 May 2015.
Amongst the eight teams from the Assam, MBRS with full dexterity and compatibility reached the Semi-Final beating DPS Guwahati and Sarla Birla Gyan Jyoti Guwahati. The MBRS Team perhaps could not grab the coveted championship trophy but bagged the 2nd Runner's Up trophy.

Model United Nations Conference

MBRS News Bureau: May 30 Very recently Guwahati witnessed Model United Nations Conference where 'delegates' from different countries received a platform to place their opinions on global issues like a nuclear free world, transnational terrorism, post conflict war crimes, green economy, climate change, cyber security and cyber warfare, prevention of arms race in outer space, Jan Lokpal Bill and Ghar Wapsi etc.
The objectives of the Model United Nations Conference was to simulate the working of the United Nations, make the students realize the ideals of the United Nations and to prepare the leaders of tomorrow. It also aims to develop public speaking skills and leadership qualities among the students and facilitate them become the global citizens.
The three days MMUN 2015 Conference that began on 7th May 2015 also had representatives from MBRS. Under the able leadership and guidance of Mofidur Rohman the Political Science faculty, ten students from Class Xii: Vishek Dutta, Priotoma, Liyena Medhi, Tasso Nampi, Geetanjali, Lalruat Felli, Lalun Feli, Megha Talukdar, Shabnam Choudhury, Geyir Reba representated the Conference as delegates from Iraq, UK, Venezuela, S.Africa, Turkey, Egypt and S.Korea. It was a great learning experience.

School Health and Hygiene Awareness program

MBRS News Bureau: May 26 The boarders' health and hygiene in a residential school plays a pivotal role to mobilize a healthy environment which has a direct influence an academics and accountability. Hence, the school calendar offers random health awareness program on Health, Hygiene and related issues.
The recent health awareness programme conducted by the School's Medical Department led by the Chief Medical Officer Dr. Nabajyoti Das had a series of issues on the platter:
a. Personal hygiene and cleanliness.
b. Prevention of communicable diseases and the role of vaccination.
c. Disaster management, including precautions during earthquake and fire.
d. Dining Hall etiquettes.
The meeting was also attended by the Director of Pastoral Care, Mr. Shushant Ghosh who discussed the rules and regulations of the hostels.
In the interactive session, the students' queries were answered and feedbacks were accepted. The students were very active and vibrant in their participation while making the programme a grand success.

MBRS contributions to Prime Minister's National Relief Fund (PMNRF)

MBRS News Bureau: May 18 Human life is invaluable. The loss cannot be compensated with anything but only kind deeds. The act of sympathy , empathy and bonhomie are the cardinal values of any global citizen like Mahatma Gandhi, Swami Dayananda Sawraswati and Nelson Mandela to name a few. A global citizen always shares the miseries of others. Keeping these values in mind and realising the moral responsibility towards the victims of Nepal earthquake (18 May 2015), the Miles Bronson Residential School family has taken an initiative to offer one day salary for the noble cause. The Principal, Secretary and all the teaching and non-teaching staff of Miles Bronson Residential School, Borjhar, Guwahati thus has contributed Rs. 77,133/- (Seventy seven thousand one hundred thirty three) to the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund. The Bronsonians pray for the peaceful rest of their souls and mercy for the bereaved families.


MBRS News Bureau: May 14 To cater to the need of children's critical thinking skills and analytical skills, MBRS has recently introduced the mind game of chess in the co-curricular activities. To introduce the students to the techniques of the game, a ten day workshop from 11th May has started where forty-four students from class I to IX are the participants. The workshop is being conducted by Mr. Arun Singh, Secretary, Guwahati Chess Association and Th. Bipin Singh the Joint Secretary. Basic moments to strategic moments in chess will be taught through demonstration board and theoretical teaching.

MBRS Celebrates 155th Rabindra Jayanti

MBRS News Bureau: May 11 The 9th May morning assembly had a fabulous cultural program, commemorating the birth anniversary of Kabiguru Rabindranath Tagore. The agenda had floral tributes paid by the revered Principal Dr. N.K.Dutta followed by a melodious Rabindra Sangeet from Allice Saha, Class XI Arts and a Rabindra Nritya from the girls of Class VII & VIII. The Director of Pastoral Care Mr. Sushanta Kr. Ghosh and Amit Paul from class XI Sc enlightened all with a brief speech about the contribution of the Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore.

The Splendid Event: "Students' Induction and Orientation Session"

MBRS News Bureau: May 06 On 5th instant (Monday), at Miles Bronson Residential School, a glorious and marvelous event entitled as "Students' Induction and Orientation Session" was conducted with the newly enrolled provisional Class - XI (Science, Arts and Commerce) charismatic Bronsonians. The main objective of the programme was to extend a cordial and gracious welcome to the new comers to this warm caring family called Miles and also to encourage, acclimatize and to make them benignly appraised about various facets of this fraternity.
The spectacular and fascinating event started with the humble introduction session of the new comers where they shared their brief personal info. It was followed by the profile reading event of the versatile and iconic virtuoso Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder and Principal, MBRS which was eloquently read out by Ms. Dipannita Das, PGT - Mathematics, MBRS.
After that, a mesmerizing and amiable welcome speech was extended by Dr. Dutta where he asked for and anticipated an exemplary and unparalleled level of discipline and an all round development and performance from the new comers. Dr. Dutta, extended boundless warm gratitude to all the parents/guardians of the new comers as well as existing Bronsonians for entrusting MBRS and he added that he would spare no efforts untried for the supreme welfare of the children and also for their excellent grooming and metamorphosis.
As per the agenda, next slot of time was fixed for the profile reading of epitome of sagacity and dynamism Ms. Nandini Dutta, Secretary, Miles Bronson Education Society which was flawlessly readout by Ms. Bimla Jaishy, PGT - Physics, MBRS. Off-course, due some unavoidable prior engagements honorable Ms. Dutta, was unable to be a part of this august programme but she extended her hearty welcome, blessings and greetings to the new comers which was conveyed to them.
There after various proficient speakers extended their enriching and coherent speeches related to their field of competence which made the event more regaling and delightful. Mr. Hardeep Singh Gill, Director of Sports, MBRS shared about Games and Sports of MBRS; Mr. Basudeb Dev, HOD, Arts & Commerce, Member of Discipline Committee and Mr. Prabin Bhuyan, CAC, MBRS extended their invaluable speeches on "Raising Standards of Discipline in MBRS" and "Academic Proagramme and Academic Excercises" respectively; Mr. Areef Ahmed, Quality Assurance Manager, MBRS and Ms. Lipika Borah, PGT - Botany & Member of Disciline Committee, MBRS delivered at a length about "Written discipline curriculum in MBRS" and "Form Tutor System" aptly; Later Mr. Kirti Sarmah, HOD, SIP addressed the new comers and illustrated the importance and significance of School Integrated Programme. The splendid concluding remark was offered by Mr. Sushant Kumar Ghosh, Director of Pastoral Care, MBRS.
Considering the adorable qualities like the aura maintained by the new comers, the spark of zeal present in their eyes, the fabulous way they interacted and the thirst of knowledge which they have executed, it seems that this batch is going to accord more and more feathers of success to the cap of MBRS and also going to carve the name of MBRS in golden letters and there by occupy a niche which will be witnessed by history.

Principal's Beguiling Session on "Study Skills to Sharpen for Success"

MBRS News Bureau: May 02 On 1st May, 2015 (Friday), at Miles Bronson Residential School, a fascinating and enchanting session was conducted with newly promoted Class XII (Science / Arts / Commerce) lovely Bronsonians by the eminent and distinguished personality Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder and Principal, MBRS.
As the new session 2015-16 unfolds with a gracious ice breaking with new hopes and desires, Dr. Dutta and entire MBRS fraternity have optimized an unprecedented outcomes in every spheres of MBRS from a holistic approach especially Academics in this session. Following the theme "Morning Shows the Day" and to make students consistently stick to their cherished goal, this illuminating programme was conducted. Dr. Dutta's another invaluable ideology is that, if we want to meet with our goal of aspiration then we must do something extra whole heartedly from the initial day of the session itself with no procrastination and for that, we must well develop the habit of perspiration and the virtue of utilizing our invaluable time worthwhile and we must feel free and glad to devote a few hours even from our holidays or vacations also, which has been amalgamated and acted like the master fuel of the grand occasion.
In a charismatic, neat and perfectly attired ambience, Dr. Dutta shared as well as became the torchbearer of profuse invaluable and enriching golden paths leading to the success of the Bronsonians. He enlightened the session specially referring to the following nectars of wisdom, viz:
(i) Left and Right Hemispheres of Brain.
(ii) Organic Study Technique.
(iii) Intelligence Redefined.
(iv) Etymology.
(v) Word Power (Vocabulary).
(vi) Speed Reading.
(vii) Memory Boosting new tools.
(viii) The Four Secrets of Time Management.

At the chivalrous end of this august and thought provoking programme, the students proceeded to their respective hostels with proper decorum, line system and their bright charming and smiling faces were crystal clearly revealing the supreme fruitfulness of the auspicious programme.

Bronsonians Excel at JEE (MAIN) 2015

MBRS News Bureau: Apr 26 In an outstanding achievement seven students could scale up to crack level 1 of JOINT ENTRANCE EXAMINATION (MAIN) 2015, results for which were declared yesterday. Name of the students are Chau Gyanisha Mungyak, Dani Sumpa, Rasong Teron, Karan Rajkhungur Brahma, Krishna Brahma, Pranjal Das, Hage Doding and Patricia S. Sangma. The above mentioned candidates are eligible to appear in JEE (Advanced) 2015.

Principal's Special Illuminating Counselling Session with Outgoing SIP Bronsonians

MBRS News Bureau: Apr 25 On 24th April, 2015, at Miles Bronson Residential School a charismatic adorning counselling session was carried out with the outgoing School Integrated Programme (SIP) students by the distinguished and elegant personality Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder & Principal, MBRS in presence of all SIP faculty members.
After appearing well their CBSE AISSCE - 2015, the SIP students have been enrolled for the School's Crash Course and are ready and confident to appear the forthcoming different National level Medical and Engineering entrance examinations. Referring this point and to maintain a consistent performance and to be supremely focused with their aspiration, the enriching counselling session was conducted by the good-self of Dr. Dutta, as a token of infinite affection and responsibility.
In the encouraging and spellbound session, Dr. Dutta embellished different untouched virgin facets of these National level entrances which were highly enlightening, where he illustrated cut-off mark details, time management during examination hour, seat occupancy in various institutions with special reference to reserved and unreserved categories and many more, which have highly inspired the students to face the ensuing entrance examination in an exemplary way. Dr. Dutta, in that grand occasion asked the students, to feel free to approach him if they need any help related to their forthcoming entrance examination, for which he would spare no stone unturned to fulfill those.
In the fantastic interactive session, Dr. Dutta, the students and faculties exchanged their gracious cordial views which constructed an invaluable imaginary repertoire of nostalgia, bonding, affection, camaraderie and bright majestic binaca smile.

Induction and Orientation Programme

MBRS News Bureau: Apr 24 The session 2015-16 had a kick start with the Induction and Orientation Programme held on 19th April 2015. There was an open platform for the newly enrolled students and parents who were ceremoniously acknowledged and embraced into the MBRS family. The session began with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp blended with a melodious Saraswati vandana performed by one of the senior faculty members. The Founder and Principal Dr. N.K. Dutta through his brief presentation made clear that the institution makes no compromise with the infrastructure and the holistic development of a child. The Secretary of Miles Bronson Education Society Mrs Nandini Dutta navigated the session to the direction of healthy discussion on many sensitive issues and queries that the parents had in their minds. Whatsoever the session made one and all obligatory to the responsibility to be shouldered while satisfying the various demands of the enlightened parents.
The separate session with the children too was highly appreciating. It was an ice-breaking session. The teachers in-charge made it mandatory that the budding talents remain no more hidden.
The session was quite exciting and mind blowing.
The two hours session signed out with the vote of thanks from the Director of Pastoral Care Mr. Sushanta Kr. Ghosh followed by the sumptuous lunch that was arranged on the Assembly Courtyard. The programme was anchored by Monica Borgohain PGT Science.

MBRS Emerge as Champions at the Inter-School Debate, Shooting & Quiz Competitions

MBRS News Bureau: June 02
In order to protect and promote the earth from global warming, pollution etc. every year on 22nd April Earth Day is celebrated worldwide to create awareness and show respect to our mother earth amongst the students, individuals, institutions as well as countries.
Keeping these objectives in mind the Guwahati Chapter of Indian Meteorological Society, a non-profit making organization established in 1956 to promote the advancement of science of meteorology and allied science to disseminate the knowledge of such science amongst scientific workers and the public had conducted a Debate Competition and a Drawing Competition on the topic "Impact of Science is a Boon or Bane for Mankind" and "Earth and Human Beings" respectively to inculcate and nurture the respect towards the mother earth among the school children. In the Debate six Schools and in the drawing competition five schools from Guwahati participated. Miss Shivantika Sarkar, Class - X bagged the 1st Prize in the Debate Competition and Miss Dadere Narzary, Class VIII bagged the 2nd prize in Drawing Competition and brought pride and honour to the institution.
Guwahati Rifle Association, Guwahati hosted the first Guwahati Inter School Sports Shooting Training cum Championship 2015 from 28 May 2015 to 31 May 2015. The venue 4th APBN Headquarter Kahilipara witnessed an encouraging response of almost nine CBSE schools and eighty students. From MBRS, ten students represented. Although novice in the field, the Bronsonians tried their utmost to keep up their prestige upright and brought home the coveted prizes in both Pistol and Rifle Shooting event. Pistol: 1st Deflina Rabha, Class VII, 2nd Sonam Derema, Class IX B Rifle: 2nd Kavery Mohela, Cl XI Science The Management and the school fraternity are proud of their achievement and wish them good luck for more accolades and success. The team was led by Head of the Sports Department Dwipen Thakuria and Denny Bora the sports faculty.
Doordarshan North East under the Quiz Show titled "Quiz Time" Conducted a quiz competition on 2nd May, Saturday 2015 among schools in Guwahati City. In the Quiz Competition total six schools participated where they were divided into two groups for two episodes of Quiz Time. In the second episode of the competition where Railway Higher Secondary School, Guwahati, Maharshi Vidya Mandir, Kalipur, Guwahati and Miles Bronson Residential School, Borjhar Guwahati. Here Miles Bronson Residential School bagged the first prize. MBRS was represented by Jubaraj Upadhya and Sakelin Mustak Alom of class IX who brought honour and pride to the institution. Doordarshan will telecast the show on 11th May, Monday, at 8pm and at 11.30pm.

The Spellbound Motivation Session: "7 Skills to Sharpen for Success in Competitive Examinations" Conducted at Miles

MBRS News Bureau: Apr 03 On 1st April, 2015 (Wednesday), at Miles Bronson Residential School a fascinating and riveting motivation session entitled as "7 Skills to Sharpen for SUCCESS in Competitive Examinations", was conducted by distinguished and elegant virtuoso, the Founder and Principal, Miles Bronson Residential School, Revered Dr. N. K. Dutta.
At the very outset of the event, all the students and teachers extended a glorious cordial standing ovation with huge round of applause to Dr. Dutta for his latest remarkable achievement to get nominated for "Project Zero" to be organized by Harvard Graduate School of Education, USA. All the students and teachers extended their sincere gratitude to Dr. Dutta to make them feel proud and also for bestowing such laurels and accolades to the family called Miles.
The main objective of this highly thought provoking programme was to provide some striking tips and fantastic extremities to maximize success in competitive examinations, which are in practice in global competitive examination platform, as a token of infinite love, care and responsibility to MBRS�s competitive examinees who are designated here in MBRS as SIP (School Integrated Programme) students.
In the enchanting ambience of the session Dr. Dutta by his good-self accorded 7 skills like a panacea, optimizing the consistent outstanding results this time also by the SIP Bronsonians, which are as follows:
1. Mihaly Csiksentmihaly Flow
2. Whole Brain Learning
3. Speed Reading
4. Preparing Quality Notes as Mind Maps
5. Developing Long Term Memory
6. Mastering Examination Questions
7. Managing Study Time.
In the august interactive session of the programme the students shared their confident cherished short term as well as long term goals which were the reflections of charming portrait of the supreme positive feedback and fruitfulness of this grand event.

"Au Revoir" Class XII Outgoing Bronsonians

MBRS News Bureau: Mar 25 On 24th instant (Tuesday), in Miles Bronson Residential School, a magnificent and glorious farewell ceremony was celebrated for all Class XII outgoing Bronsonians from the end of the epitome of sagacity and charming personality Mrs. Nandini Dutta, Secretary, Miles Bronson Education Society.
In the grand occasion Mrs. Dutta at the very beginning of her nostalgic hearty address to all the outgoing Class XII Bronsonians, she wished them a pinnacle of successful career and a marvelous future ahead. In her speech, Mrs. Dutta asked and motivated all the outgoing Bronsonians to inculcate two most precious hallmarks of life which are Self Realization which can mould them a wise person and Hard-work which can bestow everlasting happiness. In her mesmerizing address, she very meticulously exchanged and explained the role and value of the boarding school pedagogy where educators, in the superlative sense are the real Teachers (Guru) who are quite different from common educators and whom they are going to miss a lot.
In the charismatic event, Mrs. Nandini Dutta provided a Greetings Card autographed by her good-self and a Yellow Rose shoot to all the outgoing Class XII Bronsonians as token of love bearing boundless good wishes and blessings.
The charismatic event ended with a treat of delightful and moreish evening snacks contributed by Mrs. Dutta, which was enjoyed by the children very much.
A point may be noted that the grand formal farewell was already celebrated on 14th February, 2015 which was glorified by the elegant and the distinguished personality Dr. N. K. Dutta, Founder and Principal, Miles Bronson Residential School where Mrs. Nandini Dutta, Secretary, Miles Bronson Education Society unfortunately could not grace the event due to unavoidable engagements and hence the latest farewell ceremony takes the shape of the complementary part of the glorious celebration entitled as "Farewell Ceremony of Class XII Outgoing Bronsonians - 2015".

Miles Bronson Residential School Initiates Interaction with the British Council for Education Opportunities Abroad

MBRS News Bureau: Mar 13 An international experience is significant for employers in a globalised economy as they are seeking to recruit future talent that can operate effectively in an international context. The UK is one of the most exciting and productive places in the world for research, creativity and innovation. In surveys, over 93% of post graduate students rate the quality of UK teaching highly. Student visa regulations protect and support genuine Indian students at UK Universities and still allow them to work while studying.
It is important to establish a clear and strong link between our students and the intended universities where they want to study further. This requirement has been duly recognised by MBRS and all out efforts are being made now to facilitate our students' smooth transition.
To bring about better bonding between India and the UK and also make our planet a global village, 57 top ranked UK Universities have joined their hands together under the collaboration of British Council to provide scholarships to the high performing and outstanding students in various subject areas such as Medicine, Engineering, Business, Art, Fashion etc., especially to the students from India.
The main objective of this is to provide Indian students a global exposure by securing seats in top most universities of UK, thereby accessing quality education. They also act like a facilitator to extend all necessary arrangements including educational funds and visa.
In line with the current increased engagement, there were two interactions within last one week.
Mr Indranil Ghosh, Head, Education, British Council, Kolkata, conducted a session on Great India Scholarship UK at MBRS on 12 Mar. Many students attended the programme.
Mr Indranil attracted the students with film shows highlighting the main aspects of higher education in the UK. The film highlighted Indian students' feedback on their experience during their higher study in that country. It was interesting to the students to participate in an interactive session with many questions and answers on the UK. They were very constructively engaged in a quiz wherein visuals of important landmarks, geographical features and world heritage sites were flashed for them to identify. The students, who answered the questions posed to them correctly, were awarded British Council caps.
The programme ended with a definite clarity and a ray of hope for the students who dream of higher education in the UK.
Prior to that Ms Sujata Sen, Director, British Council East India, had invited Dr NK Dutta and his team to a reception dinner on 10 Mar 15 at Hotel Brahmaputra Ashok in Guwahati.
The 'GREAT Britain' campaign is a strategic international marketing programme designed to promote the UK to business, tourism and student markets worldwide in order to enhance the country's global reputation and deliver long term economic benefits. GREAT was officially launched in February 2012.
This also marks the announcement of the GREAT Scholarships in Guwahati. The UK and India share a well established, broad ranging and expanding partnership on education. With 401 scholarships this year, and over 750 in the last two years, the GREAT Britain Scholarships - India 2015 is the largest ever scholarships programme offered to Indian students. The scholarships are worth almost 1.51 million pounds (over Rs. 14 Crore).
The GREAT Careers Guide, which was also unveiled in Guwahati on 10 Mar, addresses critical questions regarding studying in the UK and contains success stories of alumni, contributory articles from UK university career advisors, articles of popular subjects that students choose to study by UK institutions and tips that Indian students should keep in mind when looking for work options after graduating.
As announced earlier by us, we have already registered with the British Council for the International School Award (ISA) and projects under the programme are under way in real earnest. ISA is going to support MBRS in embedding international learning in its own curriculum. Working towards it would give Bronsonians a new perspective on the world and also the skills to work in a global economy. This is closely interlinked with the opportunities abroad as it is hoped to work as a springboard for our students by orienting them towards global education.

Praiseworthy Performance in International Informatics Olympiad

MBRS News Bureau: Mar 10 It is once again time for encouraging news. In the recently held International Informatics Olympiad, 110 of our students took part and 21 out of them excelled in the event. All winners were felicitated today by award of certificates and medals.
The Olympiad was organised by the Silver Zone Foundation, New Delhi, on 04 Nov 14.
Five students qualified for Level II of the subject Olympiad.
A special certificate has been awarded to Dr NK Dutta, the Founder & Principal, for his untiring efforts in enriching students with knowledge.
A certificate has been awarded to Mr Nabajyoti Lahkar for overall coordination of the event.
A memento was also presented to MBRS, titled, "The Learning Temple."

Session Ending Break

MBRS News Bureau: Mar 20 With the Annual Examination coming to an end, the Bronsonians today are sent home to enjoy their vacation with lots of best wishes formally addressed in the Assembly Courtyard by the honorable Secretary Ma'am Nandini Dutta and the esteemed faculty members. Children fluctuate but teachers and parents draw the line always. Keeping this thought in mind, the Secretary Ma'am through her invaluable words made clear that vacations are meant to make life more meaningful. Children take leave happily munching chocolates to join again in the new session when the school reopens on 19th April 2015.

Achievement in Literary Skill

MBRS News Bureau: Mar 08 Two Bronsonians Megha Talukdar class XI Arts and Kumar Krishna Pathak class XI Commerce received recognition of their literary skill in all India Essay Writing Event 2014 organized by Shri Ram Chandra Mission and United Nations Information Centre for India and Bhutan held in the month of October 2014.
They achieved 1st and 2nd rank in the school level amongst all the fifteen entries. The event was co-ordinated by Basudeb Deb, Head of the Senior Secondary School (Arts and Commerce). The topic of the Essay writing competition was "India in 2025"

Selected Students Awarded Gold Stars for Good Conduct

MBRS News Bureau: Mar 08 Miles Bronson Residential School had begun an initiative in Sep 14 to award stars to students who demonstrate exemplary behaviour. Under the system, Bronze, Silver and then Gold stars were to be presented to those students who are diligent, disciplined and contribute positively to the overall healthy atmosphere of the School. In the intervening period many students have been awarded Bronze and Silver stars.
Any student who accumulates 10 Bronze stars becomes eligible for one Silver stars. Similarly, 10 Silver stars earn a Gold star. In a system which is very objective and comprehensive, behaviour of students is monitored by a panel of teachers and pastoral staff and they are awarded marks based on their behaviour with teachers, and peers as well as leadership qualities they exhibit. Continuing with this good practice, today, on 09 Mar 15, many students were awarded Gold stars. In three different categories students were nominated (six in Senior Category, 10 in Sub Junior Category and eight in Junior Category) and the following were finally awarded the stars:
(a) Senior Category: Shermalin Terongpi, Class IX B
(b) Sub Junior Category: Priyanshu Agarwal, Class VI, Dadere Narzary, Class VII and Shahi Gulista, Class VIII
(c) Junior category: Tenzing Lahkpa, Class II and Likha temi, Class IV
The honours were done by Dr NK Dutta, Founder & Principal, MBRS.
This practice is proving to be very good and is yielding good results. Students vie with one another to demonstrate ideal behaviour which in turn improves the overall discipline and makes the environment more conducive to studies.

8th Science Olympiad Foundation International Mathematics Olympiad Winners Felicitated

MBRS News Bureau: Mar 7 8th Science Olympiad Foundation International Mathematics Olympiad was organized in Dec 14 globally. Selected 152 Bronsonians participated in the Olympiad which was held in the School itself and demonstrated good performance.
All the winners were awarded medals and certificates by Dr NK Dutta, Founder & Principal, on 09 Mar.
Debankur Bashyas, who has secured City Rank , State Rank 2 and International Rank 342, will be given a Special Prize soon.
Superlative performance of our students is a testimony to the fact that Bronsonians, with their hard work and focus, outmatch countless others.

7th International Olympiad of English Language

MBRS News Bureau: Mar 06 7th International Olympiad of English Language was organized by Silver Zone Foundation, New Delhi, in which our 21 students took part. The following students scored above 90% marks:
(a) Trekimon Pajuah, Class II - 95.460
(b) Tenzin Lhakpa, Class II - 91.950
(c) Habibul Islam, Class II - 90.909
All students who participated were awarded Gold, Silver or Bronze medals by the Principal. A part of the letter from Silver Zone Foundation, New Delhi, addressed to the Principal, MBRS, is quoted below: "We are delighted to inform you that outstanding students from your School have brought in lots of laurels and accolades to your esteemed School by winning medals in International Olympiad of English Language (iOEL), competing with their counter parts within all sections from their respective classes of your School and carved a niche for themselves in the above Olympiad." Hail Ho, Bronsonians!

Dr. N.K.Dutta, Founder & Principal, Shares Secrets to Maximize Exam Scores with Classes X & XII Students

MBRS News Bureau: Feb 07 Miles Bronson Residential School has always been proud of the fact that its students score well not only in board examinations but also in entrance tests to universities in India and abroad and various competitive examinations. Dr NK Dutta, Founder & Principal, has been constantly focussed on maximizing students' scores so that they can reap benefits of good education imparted in our School.
On 07 Feb (Sat), the Principal delivered a lecture to all students of Classes X and XII who will soon be taking the board exams. During the course of over three hours, he dealt in depth with various factors that affect the performance of a student in an exam. He gave out 12 secrets to score high:
1. Know factors that affect exam performance
2. Set yourself a goal
3. Make a smart study plan
4. Differentiate between which topics to revise first and which ones to revise later
5. Make smart revision notes in your note book
6. Take the visual advantage of mind maps, concept maps and word webs
7. Work backwards
8. Work to improve your average
9. Make a daily revision plan
10. Manage your time table
11. Motivate yourself
12. Avoid stress
At the end, he gave out a concise, well structured 5 Point Plan for Peak Performance:
1. Want it!
(a). Take charge of your attitude
(b). Develop your self-awareness
(c). Maintain a balanced perspective
(d). Find the interest and enjoyment
2. Live it!
(a). Rest, nourishment, water and exercise
(b). Create the environment
(c). Gain support from others
(d). Make the time
(e). Manage stress
3. Know it!
(a). Understand exams and what examiners look for
(b). Understand your subject inside out: know it in your bones!
(c). Select what you really need
(d). Apply your material to specific questions
(e). Identify which memory strategies work for you
4. See it!
(a). Clarify what exam success means for you
(b). Walk your mind through the process
(c). Envisage your success
5. Do it!
(a). Apply revision strategies
(b). Learn the material in an active way
(c). Practice answering exam questions
(d). Use revision time effectively
(e). Use exam time effectively

Students of Miles Bronson Shine in UIEO 2014

MBRS News Bureau: Feb 03 Nine students of Miles Bronson Residential School, ranging from Class II to Class X, performed exceedingly well in the Unified International English Olympiad, conducted by the Unified Council, Hyderabad on 22 Nov 14. The offline test was in the form of Multiple Choice Questions and was held at the national level in respective schools and was open for students of Classes II to X. Aspects such as English grammar and comprehension were tested.
From MBRS, a total of 105 students participated, which shows the eagerness of our students to learn and master the language.
Afsana Khanam of Class II secured National Rank 62, a remarkable achievement at such a young age. She has been awarded with a medal, an appreciation certificate, a pre paid scratch card of, a CD and a Handbook of Science-Junior. All other achievers have been awarded a medal and a Certificate of Appreciation each.
The event at the School level was coordinated by Mr Partho Sarothy Das who has been awarded by the Council a Certificate of Appreciation and a wrist watch.
For the overall guidance and leadership, the Founder & Principal, Dr NK Dutta, has been presented with a Certificate of Appreciation.
It is encouraging to see our students performing well in various competitions at the state, national and international levels.

Bronsonians win Accolades in the 17th SOF National Science Olympiad

MBRS News Bureau: Feb 2 Anyone would agree that when you are focused, put in hard work and persist on excellence, winning almost becomes a habit. Many of our students have shown this time and time again.
In the recently concluded 17th SOF National Science Olympiad, which was held at the national level in respective schools on 25 Nov 14, our students excelled in the event. The efforts were coordinated by Mrs Namita Das. We participated in good strength and in all 26 of our students won Gold, Silver and Bronze medals. A rich tally indeed!
The All India Level, offline theory test was held in the following three formats:
Classes I to IV. Total 40 marks, (a) Logical reasoning. 10 marks, (b) Science. 20 marks, (c) Achievers' section. 10 marks. Classes V to X. Total 60 marks, (a) Logical reasoning. 15 marks, (b) Science. 30 marks, (c) Achievers' section. 15 marks. Classes XI and XII. Total 60 marks (a) Physics. 13 marks, (b) Chemistry. 12 marks, (c) Achievers' section. 15 marks, (d) Mathematics. 20 marks.
The achievements of our brilliant students synchronise well with our School motto - "Excellence Through Education" - and that bodes well for our great institution.

Republic Day Celebrated in MBRS

MBRS News Bureau: Jan 27 In Miles Bronson Residential School, the 66th Republic Day was celebrated with much zeal and amidst big fanfare on 26 Jan. When India became independent on 15 Aug 1947, she did not have a permanent constitution at the time. The drafting committee presented the constitution's first draft to the National Assembly on 04 Nov 1947 and the same was signed by the National Assembly on 24 Jan 1950.
India's constitution, however, came into effect on 26 Jan 1950, and the day came to be known as the Republic Day. This date was chosen as it was the anniversary of Purna Swaraj Day, which was held on 26 Jan 1930.The constitution gave India's citizens the power to govern themselves by choosing their own government. Ever since that historic day, 26 Jan is celebrated with festivities and patriotic fervour across India. It is a National Holiday across the country.
In the School, the celebrations commenced at 0830 hrs when all staff members and students gathered in the Assembly Courtyard and the national flag was hoisted by Mrs Nandini Dutta, the Secretary, Miles Bronson Residential Society, followed by the National Anthem. Mrs Dutta gave a very meaningful speech on the occasion and said that if all of us change our mindsets, we will be able to bring about a change in our outlook and can propel India ahead as our Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also been urging.
After the main ceremony, chocolates were distributed to all students and fun games were organized for students. A football match was played between Class 9 and Class 11 girls which was won by junior girls with a convincing lead of 3-1


MBRS News Bureau: Jan 24 Nowadays Basant Panchami day is more commonly being associated with Maa Saraswati, the goddess of learning, wisdom, knowledge, fine arts and refinement. Goddess Saraswati is worshipped and the day is treated by celebrants as Saraswati's birthday. People worship Goddess Saraswati to attain enlightenment through knowledge and to rid themselves of ignorance.
Like every year, Saraswati Puja in Miles Bronson Residential School was celebrated on 24 Jan (Sat) by all staff and students. The day began with hostel staff and students organizing and worshipping the Goddess in their respective houses and later all converged on to the Assembly Courtyard by 1045 hrs to celebrate the day together in the Courtyard where a marble idol of Maa Saraswati blesses the School day and night. Mantras were chanted by the religious teacher and all participated in the Puja ceremony with great excitement and zeal.
The ceremony lasted till about 12:30 hrs with distribution of prasaad to all


MBRS News Bureau: Dec 20 After a gruelling spell of hard work on many fronts, most of all on academics, the students were rewarded with a well earned, well deserved and a long awaited break - the Winter Break.
Students of Classes I to IX and XI had the green signal to go home on 20 Dec 14 when students of Classes X and XII were held back to prepare even harder for the forthcoming board exams. A Parent-Teacher Meet was held on 20 Dec with parents of students of all classes less X and XII. The PTM for Classes X and XII was held on 09 Jan 15. In both the PTMs the Principal, with the help of audio-video medium, interacted with parents and explained various factors that come into play in dealing with students of various age groups. He covered the following topics of the closing academic session in detail:
(a) Achievements of the current session. This year has been an exceptionally good year in the history of the School as Bronsonians excelled in many spheres such as sports - basketball and football in particular, debating skills, life skills, co-curricular activities and dances. A No. of dignitaries also graced the School with their presence and they addressed all students and our students were able to interact with them. Padma Shri Mahesh Bhupathi, the tennis legend, is slated to visit the School on 10 Feb 15.
(b) Call to parents to come forward and be more proactive in interacting with the School management to discuss various issues affecting the students. He asked them to collaborate with the School management on a broader canvas.
(c) Road map for Classes X and XII. The Principal elaborated the innovative template we follow to prepare our students for board examinations.
Many parents took a very keen interest and asked questions as well put forward very constructive suggestions.
On 20 Dec, the following suggestions were put forward by some of the parents:
(a) Strong emphasis should be laid on spoken English in the School as well as while in hostel and playground. The Principal replied that this is already the norm and vernacular is not permitted. However, on his instructions, all hostel staff members were once again asked to strictly implement this important point.
(b) Mobile phones should be issued to students only for a limited time. The point was well received and the Principal issued directive to limit the use of phones to only three hours on Sun between 0930 hrs and 1230 hrs.
(c) Long term retention of teachers for better performance of students. The School is doing its best to retain teachers for the longest possible time so that teaching is not adversely affected. However, if at all a teacher leaves mid- session, a new and better teacher is hired at the earliest possible.
On 09 Jan, the following points emerged during the meeting:
(a) The Principal emphasised that a student must be escorted by at least one of the parents to pick up and drop from/at the School.
(b) Frequent changes of teachers are not desirable for students as well as the School. The Secretary, Mrs Nandini Dutta, clarified that our retention rate is good and stands at 85 to 90% but we cannot stop 10-15% resignation by teachers. The best efforts, however, are made to replace the teacher within a week with a better teacher. Our selection process is quite objective and the best possible human resource is taken.
(c) One of the parents suggested that mobile phone is not needed for the students. The Principal suggested that we cannot wish away technology and also for emotional well being of students, three hours a week communication window will be provided by the School. He also stressed that any phone on which internet can be accessed will not be allowed and will be confiscated if found on person of a student. The Secretary also made an emphatic point on this issue and asked the parents to ensure their wards are not in possession of expensive phone/smart phone. Parents have to do their part of duty as that will help us implement the policy more effectively.
(d) For emergent needs, it was suggested by a parent, we should stock some essential stationery items in the Tuck Shop. The Principal appreciated this suggestion and assured that it will be implemented.
(e) A few parents expressed their gratitude for the School for the best possible all round development of their children. The PTMs were followed by a sumptuous lunch organized by the School for all parents and then the dispersal of students to their respective places.
The School will reopen on 19 Jan 15.

New Year Ushered in with Songs and Dance and A Prayer on Our Lips

MBRS News Bureau: Jan 01 The New Year was ushered in by Bronsonians with song and dance and a prayer on their lips. The songs and dances were managed by the invited Rhythm Orchestra and all members of the School fraternity had a silent prayer on their lips for peace and progress in the coming times.
The celebrations began on 31 Dec 2014 evening with Dr NK Dutta and Mrs Nandini Dutta lighting the ceremonial lamps and then the bonfire. Thereafter, the Rhythm Orchestra, consisting of Ms Reema Mazumder, a modern and classical singer, Mr Mukta Choudhury, a Rang Channel Fusion Band participant and Mr Sayan Paul, Indian Idol and SaReGaMa participant and winner of Golden Voice of North East, were facilitated along with other members of their team.
The Band then began to play and hum their lilting music, gradually pulling out all audience and positioning them firmly on the dance floor. Many new and old Hindi and Assamese numbers were belted out which the audience thoroughly enjoyed.
In the end, Mrs Nandini Dutta addressed all and asked the students to set new goals and also continuously evolve to improve their personalities.

MBRS Students Fare Well at 14th National Cyber Olympiad Conducted by SOF

MBRS News Bureau: Aug 20 Science Olympiad Foundation (SOF) conducted the 14th National Cyber Olympiad at different school locations all across the globe. At MBRS, the event was organized on 14 Oct 14 in which the following students performed well:
It is to the credit of our students that they not only secured good ranks at the state level, they also came up high on the overall rankings drawn at the global level.
All the above mentioned students were felicitated by the Principal on 10 Dec.
Very well done and keep up the scientific tempo, Bronsonians!

Bronsonians Secure Top Honours at the 14th Edition of Cyber Fest

MBRS News Bureau: Dec 08 CBSE, Regional Office at Guwahati has been organising Cyber Fest, the IT Festival, for the last 13 years at the South Point School, Barsapara, Guwahati. The 14th edition of the festival took place again on the campus of South Point School from 05 to 06 Dec 14.
There are many disciplines within the IT Festivals such as IT Debate, PP Presentation, Photo Editing, Movie Making, Webpage Designing, Extreme Typing, and Computer Gaming. It is with pride we announce that Karan Brahma of our School secured the first position in Extreme Typing whereas Hage Doding repeated his peer's feat in Computer Gaming. Both were awarded with a trophy and certificate each.
This activity, a great initiative by the CBSE, aims at providing a common platform to schools, teachers and students to give shape to their innovative ideas in field of IT and learn from one another's experience. The 14th edition was organized on a very large scale, with many of the institutions affiliated to the Board under Guwahati Region participating.
Congratulations to Karan Brahma and Hage Doding. Well done, boys.


MBRS News Bureau: Dec 05 "The secret lies in our own breath. Through breathing exercises, certain breathing techniques and some practice of meditation, we can rekindle positive vibrations within and around us."
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Founder of The Art of Living
Having seen a demo session in the School on 08 Sep, the School launched the full fledged Art of Living sessions for all age groups on 01 Dec 2014 which are scheduled to go on till 12 Dec. Known as the "Art of Living Workshop", the sessions will be organised for students of Classes III to VIII Girls and Classes IX to XI Girls between 01 and 05 Dec. After a short gap of two days, the next batch will be conducted between 08 and 12 Dec for Classes II to VIII and IX to XI Boys.
Miles Bronson Residential School is the only school in Guwahati and surrounding areas which has opted to conduct a full session Art of Living workshop for adequate No. of days for all its students, which is a unique precedence as the Art of Living sessions involve motivation for students. Not everyone can be a successful part of it as a matter of routine and nomination.
Founded in 1981 by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, The Art of Living is an educational and humanitarian movement engaged in stress management and service initiatives. The organization operates globally in 152 countries and has touched the lives of over 370 million people.
The programmes are guided by Sri Sri's philosophy of peace: "Unless we have a stress free mind and a violence free society, we cannot achieve world peace." To help individuals get rid of stress and experience inner peace, The Art of Living offers stress elimination programmes which include breathing techniques, meditation and yoga. These programmes have helped millions around the world to overcome stress, depression and violent tendencies.

Miles Bronson Wins Accolades at Inter School Sports Meet

MBRS News Bureau: Dec 02 In the 2nd Anup Lakhoty Guwahati Inter School Sports Meet Concluded on 30th Nov, Miles Bronson Residential School won many honours to emerge as the overall winner. The School teams clinched wins in Soccer, Basketball as well as Taekwondo. In Soccer, Miles Bronson Residential School defeated the hosts Royal Global by a comfortable margin of 5-0.
The Sports Meet was organized by royal Global School, Guwahati and a total of 22 teams from all over Assam vied for honours from an array of titles. The Meet was spread over three days from 28th to 30th Nov, and had as many as six events, viz. Soccer, Basketball, Taekwondo, Lawn Tennis, Table Tennis and Badminton.
In Basketball, the School team was the First Runner Up, having lost to KV, Maligaon with just a point margin, and in Taekwondo, the School secured Second Runner Up slot. It Taekwondo, four students participated from MBRS, with three of them winning Bronze each.

Seminar on Basic life support and Management of basic Emergency by GNRC Hospital organized in the school on 30th November 2014.

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 30 The School Medical department under the leadership of Dr Navajyoti Das( Chief Medical Officer) organized a Seminar on two very important topics- Basic Life support and Management of emergency in the school Seminar Hall on 30th November 2014(Sunday) from 9.30 AM to 1.00 PM. A team of doctors and experts from GNRC Hospital attended the seminar. The program was anchored beautifully by Mr Areef Ahmed, Quality Assurance Manager Miles Bronson Residential School and was attended by the students from class 6 to class 12 who were divided into two groups( a) Junior group (class6 to class10) and ( b) senior group (class 11 and 12). Dr Atanu Borthakur, Head of trauma and emergency GNRC Hospital, Guwahati discussed the topics and also demonstrated the various life saving skills like Cardio-pulmonary-resuscitation and mouth to mouth breathing. He also discussed in details the various steps to be taken during emergencies like Road traffic accidents, fire, earthquake etc. He demonstrated the various processes on student-volunteer and dummy patients which the students enjoyed a lot. Another speaker in the session was Mr Arbind Bhatta, Manager in charge of public relation,GNRC Hospital, Guwahati. He spoke in details on cleanliness and hygiene and prevention of disease. All the discussions during the session highly informative and valuable to the students. Along with the students the medical and the pastoral staffs were also greatly benefited by the knowledge gathered during the discussion and the demonstration. The team was greatly impressed by the good response from the students who maintained a high standard of decorum during the session and they promised to organize more such productive sessions in the school in the near future.


MBRS News Bureau: Nov 29
"Music speaks what cannot be expressed,
Soothes the mind and gives it rest,
Heals the heart and makes it whole,
Flows from heaven to the soul."

How true! And how comprehensively has the author summed up the importance of music in our lives. At Miles Bronson, we always make an attempt at the overall development of the child. And without music, life is not complete. As a matter of fact Friedrich Nietzsche even went to the extent of saying, "Without music, life would be a mistake." So, we organized, like all these previous years, a Best Singing Performer Competition in the School on 15 Nov. It is so naive to think that talent is rare. If we look deeper and encourage a child to explore, they can amaze us with their latent talent, which is so natural and inherent. Imagine what our children can achieve if that natural talent is further nurtured and important skills imparted to our children. Not surprisingly, the contestants surprised us with their talent. Children sang with melody and mesmerised all present at the venue.
The results were as given under:
Junior Group (Class I to IX):
Best Performer: Renita Wahengbam, Class VIII A (Water House), First Runner Up: Jyotishman Maitra Class VIII B (Earth House), Second Runner Up: Sildime K Binan, Class VI (Air House), Second Runner Up: Disha Mushahary, Class VII (Light House)
Consolation Prizes: Aiko Tamuk, Class VIII A (Air House), Balawansuck Makri, Class IX A (Earth House),
Senior Group (Class X to XII)
Best Performer: Churik SR Sangma, Class XII Science (Light House) First Runner Up: Rodrick Syiem, Class XI Arts (Light House), Second Runner Up: Shabnam Choudhry, Class XI Arts (Light House), Second Runner Up: Neepan Brahma, Class XII Science (Light House)
Consolation Prizes:
Dapher Lalo, Class XI Science (Water House), Peter Congo, Class XII Commerce (Light House), Chimi Ch Maram, Class XII Science (Air House), A big pat to all budding singers!

MBRS Wins Best Disciplined Team Trophy and Occupies Fourth Position in CBSE National Soccer Tournament 2014 at Anand, Gujarat

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 17 Miles Bronson Residential School, Borjhar, Guwahati, winner of the CBSE Cluster I Football Tournament 2014 and the sole representative of the North East Region at the CBSE National Soccer Tournament 2014 held at Anand, Gujarat, won the Best Disciplined Team at the recently concluded competition. The team also secured fourth position overall out of 32 teams, three of which had come from overseas - one each from Doha, Oman and the UAE.
The Tournament was organized by Anandalaya Vidyalaya, Anand in the sprawling NDDB campus from 10 to 15 Nov. Placed in Pool C, MBRS qualified for the Pre Quarters with the highest score of 7 in the Pool. Out of 16 teams in the Pre Quarters, 8 advanced to the Quarter Finals with MBRS defeating MES School, Doha, 2-0. In the Semi Finals, the team lost to Bokaro Ispat School, Jharkhand and vied with Mamta Modern Senior Secondary School, New Delhi for the third position. MBRS missed the third position but with still occupying fourth position out of 32 teams, the moment of glory came when they were awarded the Best Disciplined Team of the entire tournament. The award speaks volumes of the dignity, fairness and the sportsman spirit the MBRS team must have exhibited during the long drawn series of plays. The team has not only brought home laurels for the parent school but also to the entire North East Region, leaving a lasting impression on the rest of the teams, effectively showcasing their talent as well as high standard of behaviour.

A Bronsonian Star Shines in Debating Skills

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 15 It is a matter of great pride for all Bronsonians that one of us, Miss Priyanka Tahbildar, student of Class 11 Arts, shone brightly in the 10th East India Debate organized by the Assam Valley School, Balipara, Dist Sonitpur, from 07 to 11 Nov 14. Miss Priyanka has been awarded the Best Speaker in Round II of the competition. She received an overwhelming ovation for her performance. This debate competition is a national level event based on Modified Cambridge Version. Apart from MBRS, 12 other renowned residential schools from across the length and breadth of the country participated in this prestigious contest which is rated very highly among all debate competitions.
Given the topic, "This house will not allow regulation of internet", she spoke against the motion and following a well conceived line of deliberations, she spoke forcefully, effectively putting her view point across to the audience and leaving a lasting impact on them. The power packed performance won her the well deserved award.

Team MBRS Heads to Anand, Gujarat for the National Level CBSE Football Tournament

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 09 Miles Bronson Residential School, Borjhar, Guwahati, winner of the CBSE Cluster I Football Tournament 2014-15 hosted by South Point School in prestigious SAI Stadium, Guwahati on 31 Oct 14, headed for the CBSE Football Tournament at national level, being held at Anand, Gujarat. MBRS had defeated Sainik School, Goalpara in the Semi Final and the Final was contested between MBRS and Vivekananda Kendriya Vidyalaya, Umrangsu, with the former prevailing with a one goal lead.
The team comprising of 18 members is being led by Chow Gyanisha, a Class 12 student hailing from Arunachal Pradesh. The tournament is being played from 10 to 15 Nov and as many as 14 teams from all over India and two teams from the Middle East are expected to participate. The CBSE national level tournaments are always eyed for by teams as it is like establishing a bench mark for the winner of the trophy. The Founder & Principal, Dr NK Dutta, wished the team well and expressed the hope that the coveted trophy will come to the North East this time.
Dr NK Dutta, Mr Prabin Bhuyan, Chief Academic Co-ordinator, MBRS and Mr Dwipen Thakuria, Sports Co-ordinator, MBRS, expressed their satisfaction over the level of preparedness of the team The latter two are accompanying the team to the nationals.

MBRS Emerge as CHAMPIONS, lifts the Coveted CBSE Cluster Soccer Trophy

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 06 Miles Bronson Residential School, Borjhar, Guwahati, emerged winner in the CBSE Cluster I Football Tournament 2014-15 hosted by South Point School in prestigious SAI Stadium, Guwahati on 31 Oct 14, beating Vivekananda Kendriya Vidyalaya, Umrangsu by 2 goals to 1. A point to note here is that there were a good number of 37 teams that participated in the Tournament, with many teams being called as 'strong' and 'favourites'. The route to the top, no doubt, was full of blocks and very unpredictable but the resolute action by the Bronsonians paved the way. Beating Sainik School, Goalpara in the Semi Final, MBRS entered the Finals where they were pitched against another good team, Vivekananda Kendriya Vidyalaya, Umrangsu.
The match began on a thrilling note when MBRS shot a goal soon after the match began. Having lead till half time, they lost the lead when Vivekananda Kendriya Vidyalaya scored an equaliser. The match was extremely well coordinated and contested by both the teams. It was a treat to see how well and keenly the players performed on ground. The main strength of Bronsonians was their close coordination and accurate passes, not to speak of strong shooting straight into the net.
The team was complimented by Mr K Chanda, Principal, South Point School, who also complimented Dr NK Dutta, Founder & Principal, Miles Bronson Residential School, over phone. ARPS, Shillong secured the third position.

Bronsonians Excel at the TECHNICAL FESTIVAL

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 04 Marching ahead as a matter of habit now, the Bronsonians seized the opportunity to secure the First position in Science Project competition organized by the Don Bosco University of Engineering and Technology, Azara, Guwahati and Third place in Dancing Toes (Group Dance Competition). Technical Festival organized for the students with scientific temperament, was a huge success. The students of MBRS earned these honours among a heavy competition from 14 different schools.
It gives us immense pleasure to announce that the following students won the Science Fair:

The following girl students did us proud by securing Third position in Dancing Toes:
Congratulations and well done!

Miles Bronson Girl Students Write their way to GLORY

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 4 Shabnam Choudhury and Priyanka Das of our School secured First and Second positions respectively on 30 Oct in the Spot Essay Competition organized by National Research Centre on Pig (Council of Agricultural Research, Rani, Guwahati). The competition was organized on the occasion of Vigilance Awareness Week observed from 27 Oct to 01 Nov. Altogether 20 students had participated in the event.
It is testimony to their hard work, focus and the desire to excel in whichever field they choose to venture.
Both the winners received the prize money and certificates from the Principal Scientist and Vigilance Officer, Dr MK Tamuli.
Well done Shabnam and Priyanka. The School is proud of you.


MBRS News Bureau: Oct 24 It is a known fact that all festivals are given equal importance and celebrated with fervour in Miles Bronson Residential School. Staff and students have been displaying great spirit during these celebrations. However, things went up a notch higher this Deepawali when the famous North East Breeze Band took to stage as the night fell. The Band composed of Mr Rupam Bhuyan (Vocals), Tridip Basumatary (Vocals), Priyanku Bordoloi (Lead Guitar), Biraj Baishya (Drums), Bidyut Bordoloi (Percussions), Rishav Bhuyan (Bass Guitar) and Kaushik Saikia (Sound Engineer) changed the very meaning of the evening celebrations with their lilting melodies. The music was soothing and soulful and every now and then they peaked, sending the students as well as staff in a frenzy of dance. The intensity and popularity of the show can be judged by the fact that the Band, which has three popular albums, Dhwani (2010), Reflection (2012) and Groove (2013) to their credit, had to stretch their scheduled timings and perform much beyond the given time.
It is pertinent to mention here that the North East Breeze Band has made inroads in the Bollywood also and have their fair share in films of repute such as Bhag Milkha Bhag and Fukrey. The Band is of Folk Rock Genre.
Miles Bronson Residential School also draws lot of satisfaction and announces with pride that Mr Rupam Bhuyan is a Bronsonian as he was part of our staff till sometime back. Way to go Rupam! We are proud of him and wish the Band greater glory in years to come.
All this has been possible due to untiring efforts of our Principal Dr NK Dutta and the Secretary Mrs Nandini Dutta as they vowed to somehow arrange this unique Band for the students on the occasion of this Deepawali and were successful in doing so despite the busy schedule of Rupam's team.

Quality Assurance Manager Participates Leadership Programme Organized by CBSE

MBRS News Bureau: Sep 24 The Quality Assurance Manager of the school Mr. Areef Ahmed has attended a five days Leadership Programme which was organized by Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi for CBSE affiliated Schools in the North Eastern States of the Country. The programme was hosted by Kaziranga University, Jorhat, Assam from 15th to 19th September, 2014.
The programme was unveiled in a startling and charismatic ambiance in presence of Shri Vineet Joshi, IAS, Chairman, CBSE; Dr. Sadhana Parashar, Professor and Director (Art and Innovation), CBSE; Shri R. P. Sharma, Sr. Consultant, CBSE; Shri M. D. Khetan, Chancellor, Kaziranga University; Dr. P. K. Mishra, President, Kaziranga University and Smt Rita Chatterjee, Resource Person, CBSE. In the programme sixty CBSE affiliated schools from entire NE region participated. The main objective of the programme was to sensitize the participants about new reformations in leadership for school education and understanding the concepts and techniques of school management in the context of new challenges which finally connects with school's quality enhancement system.
The leadership programme was started with a key note address from Shri Joshi where he besides responding to various queries and issues asked by different participants, also intimated that, NE region is having full of potentiality and people have immense thirst for knowledge. However, he admitted that more effective management required in NE region and these programmes may help a lot to enrich knowledge of all. It was followed by Dr. Parashar's superb presentation on "Accreditation and Quality Enhancement in Schools". Finally Smt Chatterjee and Shri Sharma delivered at a length on the fascinating topics "Collaborative Management and Team Building" and "Providing Holistic Education" respectively.
The presence of various renowned resource persons across the country like Prof. C. K. Saluja, Dr. Mukesh Kohli, Smt Neera Chopra, Smt Avnita Bir, Shri Lohit Sahu, Smt Rupa Chakravarty, Smt P. Rajeswari, Smt Manju Singh, Smt Swagata Sen, Shri J. K. Singh, had made the event glorious and fantastic. The experts extended their invaluable deliberations on "Motivational Leadership and Teacher Education"; "Physical Education Programmes in Schools"; "School Based Assessment"; "Flipped Learning Demystified"; Leadership Styles, Roles and Competencies"; "Assessment of Speaking and Listening Skills"; "Life Skills, Value and Attitude"; "People Process and Resource Management"; "Situational Leadership"; "Health Education"; "Emerging Assessment Technique - Procedures and Processes".
In the grand valediction ceremony the participants were awarded with a appreciation certificate signed by Shri M. D. Khetan, Shri R. P. Sharma and Dr. P. K. Mishra.

Hindi Divas Celebration

MBRS News Bureau: Sep 14 Hindi Divas is observed every year in the month of September on 14th September all over India since 1949 as a mark of respect to the Hindi language which is the national language of the country. At Miles this special day has been observed on 16th September 2014. Keeping in tune with the sanctity of the day, the observation included a short speech by Priyangshu Agarwal of class VI and a solo song by Himshekhar Konwar XII Sc in the morning assembly along with a series of competitions organized by the Hindi Department. It's anticipated the youth of today realize their moral responsibility and offer their support to this great effort of the Indian constitution.

Positive School Culture

MBRS News Bureau: Sep 14 Behaviour improvement plays a vital role when we look forward at the holistic development of a child. Education is not limited to the four walls of a classroom. Recognition to a child's self esteem plays a pivotal role in building a strong character. With this mission in mind a new concept has been introduced in MBRS in this session whereby through the Behaviour Reward Card, a child will be facilitated to climb the ladder. Today, the honorable Principal Dr.N.K.Dutta in the midst of thunderous applause has honored 145 students with the Bronze medal. The criteria to win this medal is 5 stars which is given on the basis of a student's overall behavior. The sliding scale in a nutshell:
5 Star = 1 Bronze, 10 Bronze = 1 Silver, 10 Silver = 1 Gold, 1 Gold = School Prize.
The honorable Principal says, "Its time to escalate from the metaphor of a book to a true identity. Boost up the self esteem and become valuable for the self and the society at large."

CIPEL Gold Medal Awarded to the Bronsonians

MBRS News Bureau: Sep 10 The Central Institute for Proficiency in English Language (CIPEL), a premier institute conducting English, Mathematics and Science tests conducted the English Proficiency and G.K. test on 28th July 2014 for the session 2014-15. It was coordinated by Mr. Partho Sarothy Das (Senior Faculty English, MBRS).
Altogether 125 students participated from the school and the students did exceedingly well in the said exam. Four students of the school could grab Gold Medals by securing A+ grades. They are:
1. Mast. Robson Das, Class V (Global Rank - 111), 2. Mast. Kabya Kuntal Saikia, Class V (Global Rank - 111), 3. Mast. Ashique Mustaq Alam, Class V (Global Rank - 117), 4. Mast. Aanta Singh, Class V (Global Rank - 117).

Art of Living Session in Miles Bronson

MBRS News Bureau: Sep 08 A session on Art of Living was held in the School by a team from the Regional Head Office North East of Art of Living Foundation. The one hour session was conducted by the team comprising of Mr Krishanu, Ms Babita and Ms Sangeeta. The team was introduced to the staff and students in the Morning Assembly by Ms Momee Gogoi, the Senior Counsellor, and the class began at 0915 hrs with a talk on the issues faced by students in their day to day life such as peer pressure, studies and health problems. He suggested that keeping the busy schedule of students in mind, Desktop Yoga has been devised which includes easy exercises for relaxation of entire body, pressure therapy, massage of some of the body parts and inhaling and exhaling. These simple yet effective exercises which one can do while attending to work, prove soothing and beneficial. All attendees were made to do above mentioned exercises while seated in their respective chairs.
At the end, a 10 minute video film was shown which covered the entire gamut of activities the Art of Living Foundation is involved in at global level. Among other achievements, it showed how many of the ultras have been made to change their heart and shun violence in many insurgency and Naxal affected states of India.
The whole session which was attended by 10 staff members and 23 students was interesting and meaningful.

Another Feather in Our Cap!

MBRS News Bureau: Aug 26 The Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi, has awarded Certificates of Merit to the following brilliant students of Miles Bronson Residential School for their outstanding performance and obtaining Grade A1 in all the five subjects (excluding additional sixth subject) opted by them in All India Secondary School Examination in the year 2014: (a) Roll No. 3125457 Arnab Saha, (b) Roll No. 3125458 Asif Aslam, (c) Roll No. 3125467 Dani Dingyang, (d) Roll No. 3125484 Liyena Medhi, (e) Roll No. 3125488 Mayurakhi Nath, (f) Roll No. 3125496 Pimpi Tachang, (g) Roll No. 3125502 Shahrukh Khan, (h) Roll No. 3125503 Shudarshan Singh Kongkham, (i) Roll No. 3125506 Sonia Samjetsabam, (j) Roll No. 3125507 Swrang Daimari.
The hard work, clear focus and perseverance of these students have paid rich dividends. When every physical and mental resource is focused, one's power to solve a problem multiplies tremendously. The Certificates of Merit were handed over to them on 26 Aug by the Principal amid thunderous applause from the School. The School is proud of these Bronsonians and wishes them great success in every endeavour they undertake in future. "A winner never quits and a quitter never wins."

Solo Song Competition

MBRS News Bureau: Aug 26 "After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music." A Solo Song Competition was held in the School on 16 Aug 14 in which scores of children, both boys and girls, showcased their talent. It was so heartening to see these budding singers singing very melodiously. Many of the students who took part seem to have a great and promising career ahead, should they choose to pursue the line. The Principal gave away awards to the winners on 26 Aug in the following categories: (a) Sub Junior (Class I to V), (b) Junior (Class VI to VIII) & (c) Senior (Class IX to XI) the department of sip, teaching & non-teaching staff and entire MBRS fraternity are proud of her and wish her a bright future and all success in life.


MBRS News Bureau: Aug 23 In the ongoing series of Career Talks by Eminent Personalities, Miles Bronson Residential School was fortunate to have amongst its faculty and students on 23 Aug, Mr Jishnu Barua, IAS, Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister, Assam. Dr. Nripen Kumar Dutta, M.A., M.Ed., LL.B., Ph.D., Founder & Principal, Miles Bronson Residential School introduced Mr Jishnu Barua, who is a 1988 batch Assam and Meghalaya Cadre IAS officer and is as avid a reader as he is a prolific writer. He is widely travelled and has held various significant posts at different echelons of governance. He addressed Bronsonians on the topic, "IAS: A Personal Experience."
In a very informal and lucid style, Mr Barua gave a very deep insight into the Civil Services Examination system and also the responsibilities which a very young IAS officer has to shoulder in their very first assignment and the opportunities which the Service provides to them to make a positive change to the society at large. He informed that the Entrance Examination is a test of WIDTH of knowledge and not DEPTH. A candidate is tested in a plethora of subjects over several question papers. It is also as mush a test of endurance and stamina as it is of hard work and perseverance. Ultimately, the one who wins is the one who thinks he can, the one who has a strong belief in himself.
Mr Jishnu Barua informed students that the odds stacked up in the entry to the Services can be judged by the following facts:
(a) The ratio of those who appear in the Preliminary Examination and those who qualify for the Mains is 1:21.
(b) The ratio between those who take the Mains and the successful candidates is 1:250!

He reiterated the fact that there is no alternative to hard work. Scheduled and disciplined study, taking down notes, time management while writing the examinations and practicing writing skills are all very crucial for the success in the examination. As far as the Final Interview is concerned, he added, an honest response to the panel is almost mandatory.
Mr Jishnu Barua dons many hats in the official capacity as well. In addition to being the Principal Secretary to the CM, Assam, he is also the Principal Secretary for Development of Border Areas and also credited with restoring and preserving the Assam State Archives. The website on Assam Archives, which he claimed will be one of the best in the world with colossal data, is being launched officially on 01 Sep 2014. Mr Areef Ahmed, Quality Assurance Manager, thanked Mr Jishnu Barua, IAS for taking out quality time from his extremely busy schedule and enlightening the young and aspiring audience on Civil Services which many of the students are determined to join in future.

Independence Day Celebrated

MBRS News Bureau: Aug 16 Miles celebrated the 68th Independence Day along with the rest of the country with patriotic fervor. Overcast clouds and the cool breeze made the ambience for a dignified function conducted at the assembly courtyard. Head girl Priyanka Tahbildar set the proceedings with a soulful rendition of Vande Mataram, the song which stirred the masses to expel the foreigners out of India. Cultural secretary Megha Talukdar in tandem with Bidangshi Brahma performed a well choreographed dance number. Secretary, Miles Bronson Education Society, Mrs Nandini Dutta unfurled the national flag. In her address, she paid rich tributes to the stalwarts of the nationalist movement including the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. Recalling the stellar contribution of the leader she observed that non violence till date is a very powerful tool to help bring about positive change. Stressing on the need to have a revolution within, she asked all present to be the change without aspiring for the same from any external source. She asked all students to prepare for the problems challenging India including corruption, poverty, hunger, inequality, unemployment, alienation etc. Priyanka Tahibaldar offered the vote of thanks and the program was aptly anchored by Quality Assurance Manager Mr.Areef Ahmed.

School Council Constituted

MBRS News Bureau: Aug 09 A seventy member strong School Council was constituted today at the assembly courtyard. A dignified assembly was staged on the occasion. The session began with the class captains who were awarded their badges pinned by their respective class teachers followed by the portfolio of the other school council members including sports and games secretary, editor, library secretary, cultural secretary in two categories - music and dance and quiz and debating, hostel prefects, house captains among others. The list of the School Council members was announced by Chief Academic Coordinator Mr. Prabin Bhuyan and the oath of office and secrecy was administered by Quality Assurance Manager, Senior Faculty (Biology), School Integrated Program (SIP) Mr. Areef Ahmed. Sudarshan Kongkham of class xi sc and Priyanka Tahbildar of class xi arts took over as Head boy and Head girl respectively from Himsekhar Konwar and Diksha Duarah, the latter relinquished office today. Outgoing Head boy and Head girl profusely thanked all for getting the opportunity to serve in such an outstanding school. Principal, Dr.N.K.Dutta congratulated all the newly inducted School Council members and solicited their cooperation for the smooth functioning of the school.

Miles bags Outstanding School Award at International Olympiad of English Language (IOEL) Level 2

MBRS News Bureau: Aug 07 Raising the academic bar by superlative performance Bronsonians have redefined excellence as the art of the possible. Cheerful tidings for the school poured in today as Aayat Hazarika, a student of class ii was awarded the Toppers Achievement Award for his trail blazing performance at the IOEL, Level 2 exam. It may be recalled that Aayat Hazarika could secure International Olympiad rank 3 and was awarded an android phone along with a certificate of merit by the organizers recently. The memento was handed over to him in the morning assembly by Chief Academic Co-ordinator Mr.Prabin Bhuyan in presence of teacher-in-charge Mosbin Rohman. Educational Society of English Language, organizers of the IOEL, Level 2 also provided an Outstanding School Award to Miles for spectacular performance. Quality Assurance Manager, Senior Faculty (Biology), School Integrated Program MrAreef Ahmed anchored the proceedings in the assembly.

Unified International English Olympiad Confers North East Zone Best Performance Award

MBRS News Bureau: June 18 In its pursuit of excellence Miles was conferred the Best Performance award from North East Zone in Unified International English Olympiad at a glittering function at Robindra Bharati Auditorium, Hyderabad on June 15. Mr. Partho Sarothy Das, Teacher Coordinator, who attended the 16th annual Prize Distribution Ceremony of the Unified Council at Rabindra Bharati Auditorium, received the Best School coordinator award at the function. The Principal Dr.N.K.Dutta also received a Special Award for Best Contribution towards English Language. Principal at the Teacher Coordinator received memento and a mobile phone.

Green Initiative at Miles

MBRS News Bureau: June 10 In tune with the policy of the school to promote a healthy lifestyle, minimize pressure on resources and adopt a green lifestyle Miles took a commendable step today to reduce the use of auto vehicles inside the campus and use eco friendly means of transport like bi-cycles. Principal Dr.N.K.Dutta took the lead in taking a tour of the campus, a move seen to incorporate the best living practices, cut down sedentary habits, remain active and curb auto vehicle dependency. Dr Dutta urged all staff members to practice this inorder to make green living inside the campus a way of life. He handed over a set of bi-cycle keys to Resident Medical Officer Dr.Navajyoti Das and requested him to sensitize everyone on this issue. Chief academic Co-ordinator Mr. Prabin Bhuyan and PGT Biology Lipika Borah was also present on the occasion. The new move is expected to herald a positive change in the school environment.

Phenomenal Academic Performance at AISSCE 2013-2014

MBRS News Bureau: May 29 Replicating trail blazing academic performance has become the forte of the Bronsonians as they performed superbly at the CBSE Class XII examinations, results for which were declared yesterday.Cifa Ahmed from Class XII Arts emerged as the school topper by aggregating 96% followed by Rishav Krishna Baruah from Science with 95% and Taru Chobin from Commerce with 91%.The school recorded a hundred percent pass out rate. A total of 116 students appeared for the examination and 64 students secured distinction marks. Principal DrN.K, Dutta congratulated the students and the teaching staff for their superlative effort and feted some of the outstanding performers from the science stream who were present at the morning assembly. Head of Innovation and Accountability Department, Senior Faculty CABE Mr. Areef Ahmed aptly anchored the proceedings.

Record Breaking Results by Bronsonians at AISSE 2013-2014

MBRS News Bureau: May 20 It was a superlative display of academic excellence as 59 Bronsonians put up a commendable performance at the AISSE Examination 2013-14 results for which were declared today. As in the past Miles recorded a resounding success with hundred percent pass out and very impressive statistics. Ten students could notch up a perfect CGPA10; fifteen students could score in between CGPA 9.8 to 9, seventeen students were in between 8.8 to 8 CGPA and another seventeen students were placed in between 7.8 to 6.8. Expressing his pleasure at the spectacular results Founder and Principal DrN.K.Dutta described the results as phenomenal and unprecedented in the history of Miles. He congratulated the parents, students, teachers, support and pastoral staff and hoped for even better performance in the days to come.

Miles Bags Best Performance Award from North-East Zone

MBRS News Bureau: May 19 City's premier residential School Miles Bronson could bag the esteemed The Best School Performance Award (North-East Zone) for superlative performance by students at the Unified International English Olympiad(UIEO) 2013, results for which were declared today through an official communique by Srinivas Kalluri , Project Director, Unified International English Olympiad. Mr Parth Sarothy Das, teacher in-charge(UIEO) will be receiving the award on behalf of the school at Ravindra Bharti Auditorium , Hyderabad on June 15.

Commendable Display by Commerce stream

MBRS News Bureau: May 08 In an outstanding display of analytical skill, logical reasoning, clarity of concepts and precise calculation classXii moving and exam appeared commerce students performed superbly to grab top honours at the India International Olympiad of Account (IIOA) and the Commerce Talent Search Examination (CTSE), results for which were declared today at the morning assembly. Class Xii moving student Biru Saha put up an exemplary performance at the India International Olympiad of Account by bagging an all India rank 14 and emerging as the class topper. He was awarded a gold medal along with certificate of merit by Principal Sir on behalf of the organizers. In the same event Grickachi Rinkade,Nipu Rajbongshi, Tashi Khandu, Yumnam Sonia received silver medals and certificate of honour.In the second event (CTSE),Peter Gongo, Shreya Pradhan and Yumnam Sonia could clinch the first ,second and third prizes respectively. Class Xii exam appeared students Shubham Gupta,Taru Chobin,and Kumnam Shweta were the three toppers in the CTSE. Co-ordinators for the events Susmita Dey (PGT Accountancy),Parikhit Pachoni(PGT Entrepreneurship) were awarded certificates of appreciation .Founder and Principal, Chief Patron of the Olympiads Dr.N.K.Dutta was awarded a special certificate for his relentless and selfless service in popularizing Olympiads at Miles.

Enlightening Session with Distinguished Lyricist

MBRS News Bureau: May 03 It was once in a life time opportunity for Bronsonians to interact with distinguished lyricist, Padma Shri Nida Fazli who was at the school on Saturday for a brief visit. An extra ordinary storehouse of literary talent, Nida Fazli has given critically acclaimed musical numbers like Ghar se masjid hai (Tamanna), Aa bhee jaa, ai subha aa bhee jaa (Sur), Is Raat Ki Subah Nahin along with a host of other numbers. In his welcome address Founder and Principal, Dr.N.K.Dutta introduced the personality to the students and asked them to develop a high level of multi lingual and musical intelligence in order to enjoy the taste of Indian music including Urdu ghazals. The session began with a collection of soulful rendition of the composer on the state of the art digital screen. In his speech Nida Fazli paid rich tributes to ghazal maestro Jagjit Singh whose soul soothing voice could give meaning to the words penned by the writer. He exhorted students to develop and nurture talent as even God gifted ability need effort to blossom. Quoting from the work of saint poet Kabir, he observed that the evolution of Indian culture is replete with the spirit of tolerance and assimilation. He dwelt at length on the glorious tradition of Sufi culture, its impact in the making of a nation with high level of human values and virtues in practice and binding humanity in a common thread living together in a spirit of peaceful co existence. Indian civilization with rich cultural heritage could blend differences and make people rise above petty differences. The spirit of nationalism could make Indians forge unity and bring a powerful empire fold up its power in India. He appealed for religious tolerance citing instances of the sufferings during the partition and the lessons a new and resurgent India can learn from the past. Elaborating on the importance of nationalism and patriotism he requested the students to develop a keen desire to serve the country selflessly and become meaningful agents of social change. Interactive session with Class X students was very interesting with a number of queries by the students. The renowned figure answered with wit, knowledge and inspirational quotes. PGT Hindi Bharat Chetri offered the vote of thanks.

Corporate Scholarship for Academic Excellence

MBRS News Bureau: May 03 In a significant academic achievement Debemita Laishram, a student of Class XI Science could bag an award for scholarship under Indian Oil Education Scholarship Scheme 2013 for a period of two years. The scholarship entitles the student to avail a scholarship of Rupees One Thousand per month payable on six monthly basis. A demand draft of two installments was handed over to her by Principal on behalf of IOL at the morning assembly today. It may be recalled that Debemita had topped the Class X AISSE with a CGPA of 10. This was conveyed to the school through an official communique by Mr. Srinewas, Chief Manager (ISS - Admin).

Jolly Seven for Bronsonians at JEE (MAIN) 2014

MBRS News Bureau: May 02 In an outstanding achievement seven students could scale up to crack level 1 of JOINT ENTRANCE EXAMINATION (MAIN) 2014, results for which were declared today. Name of the students are Rishov Krishna Baruah, Fiona Devi, Nabajit Hazowary, Celeste D Shira, Hrishikesh Hazarika, Hiya Rani Brahma, and Megambi D Sangma. The above mentioned candidates are eligible to appear in JEE (Advanced).

Bronsonians Excel at International English Olympiad

MBRS News Bureau: Apr 29 It was an outstanding display of intellectual skill, analytical reasoning and power of comprehension as Bronsonians aptly proved their mettle at the International English Olympiad (IEO) by grabbing top honours. In a stellar display of grit, determination, competence, literary talent along with linguistic intelligence Aayat Hazarika, a student of Class 2 could clinch the coveted International Rank 3 along with an impressive 97% marks for the second level test , results for which were declared today. He was feted with a certificate of merit along with a smartphone by Founder and Principal Dr.N.K.Dutta at the morning assembly today on behalf of the organizers. Altogether nine students have qualified for the third level to be held at New Delhi in August.

Bronsonians Excel at National Informatics Olympiad

MBRS News Bureau: Feb 27 Upholding the glorious tradition of excellence through education ten students could put up a stellar display of IT skills at the recently concluded National Informatics Olympiad, for which citations and medals were distributed at the morning assembly by Founder and Principal Dr.N.K.Dutta. The achievers were awarded certificates and medals. Bronsonians could bag five gold, three silver and two bronze medals. Chief Patron Principal was awarded certificate of appreciation along with programme in charge teachers Jitumoni Kalita and Nabajyoti Lahkar.


MBRS News Bureau: Feb 23 Another milestone in the history of Miles Bronson Residential School as MBRS has tied up and extended partnership with the BRITISH COUNCIL, UK to launch the project "INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARD" - (ISA), session (2014 - 15), for the supreme holistic development of its learning and teaching community.
The Theme of the Project :-
Access into a World of Culture, Collaboration and Learning.
The BRITISH COUNCIL INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARD (BCISA) is going to support MBRS in Embedding International Learning in its own curriculum. Working towards it would give Bronsonians (Pupils) as well as the teachers, a new perspective on the world and also the skills to work in a global economy.
1. Use of easy to follow methodology which can amalgamate global themes into any curriculum subject.
2. It has three levels, so can be assessed by any school, whatever level of international work has been done in the past.
3. Creation of links between teachers from other countries, facilitating the sharing of best practices and the development of new skills.
Founder and Principal Dr.N.K.Dutta unveiled the inaugural kit of BCISA at the morning assembly today. The kit was handed over to Mr. Areef Ahmed, Quality Control Manager(QCM) and Senior Faculty CABE who will be coordinating the project.

MBRS Teacher to Attend Asia Pacific Regional Training Workshop

MBRS News Bureau: Feb 23 Lipika Bora, PGT Biology, Miles Bronson Residential School has been shortlisted to attend the Asia Pacific Regional T4T workshop at Alwar on April. This was informed through an official communique by Bivujit Mukhoty, Programme Manager, Award Programme Foundation. The training stint is in recognition for her outstanding organizational and leadership qualities in successfully administrating the International Award for Young People(IAYP) in the school. Founder and Principal Dr.N.K.Dutta felicitated her at the morning assembly today for her notable accomplishment.

Overseas School Membership Awarded To Miles

MBRS News Bureau: Feb 08 In a significant achievement Miles could take a giant global stride as it was awarded with an overseas school membership by the Boarding Schools Association (BSA), UK. This was informed to the Principal through an official communiqu� to Founder and Principal Dr.N.K.Dutta, by Hilary Moriarty, National Director, BSA.The membership status is important as it seeks to validate the applied principles of Miles in applying the best deliverables in pastoral care and management in a purely boarding environment. The membership status is a due recognition of stringent principles sought by organizations of international repute like BSA. It would enable the pastoral staff Miles to avail the best in terms of learning the superlative practices, streamline systems and procedures while upholding the glorious motto of Excellence through Education. A series of professional development programmes including specialized two year training course accredited by Roehampton University, diploma courses, residential courses, seminars, basic on line training in pastoral management for new recruits besides international school staff and students exchange programmes are some of the exciting highlights of the programme. The emphasis on professional development under BSA is the most comprehensive professional development programmes specifically designed for the practical needs of boarding staff.

Bronsonian Scripts Success

MBRS News Bureau: Feb 07 It was an outstanding display of literary creativity as Bronsonian Cifa Ahmed could grab the attention of the judges by bagging the award in the Honourable Mention Category as she penned her way to glory in the Spinning A Yarn Short Story Contest organized by North East's leading daily The Assam Tribune. Results for the best entries were declared today. Her story EMO Rescued could earn critical acclaim for originality, depth in presentation and the intricate description involving friendship, empathy and simplicity along with a hint of mystery. She will awarded by the organizers at the State Museum hall at Dighalipukhuri on Sunday.

Saraswati Puja Celebrated

MBRS News Bureau: Feb 04 It was a perfect time to invoke the blessings of the Divine. The smell of incense sticks and colorfully decorated assembly ground set the stage for the shape of things to come. As holy hymns were chanted Bronsonians in colorful attire thronged the assembly ground and paid obeisance to Goddesses Saraswati with a sincere prayer to guide them well in the ensuing examinations. Prasad distribution followed after the rituals were over and the mouth watering kheer was lapped up by them. The event saw full participation by staff members. Principal Dr.N.K.Dutta also offered prayers. Special vegetarian lunch was a treat to taste. Earlier in the day, boarders in the respective hostels performed puja under the supervision of hostel teachers and house masters.

Tennis Coaching Clinic Gets Underway At Miles

MBRS News Bureau: Jan 31 Adhering to the pursuit of excellence Miles took a commendable step by organizing a six day long tennis camp at the lawn tennis courts of the school in collaboration with Mahesh Bhupati Tennis Academy (MBTA). Headed by twelve time Grand Slam winner Mahesh Bhupati, the clinic seeks to impart world class professional training both practical and theoretical along with highly specialized coaching to youngsters as also to promote the love for this extremely challenging game. Addressing the morning assembly, Quality Control Manager and senior faculty CABE Mr. Areef Ahmed explained the importance of sports and games in order to stay fit, healthy and free from diseases. Expressing concern on the sedentary habits he observed that the rise of ailments like obesity, high blood pressure, hypertension, diabetes including juvenile diabetes, poor eating habits and a total lack of exercise as factors affecting the development of a healthy lifestyle. He also analyzed the impact of obsessive dependence on technology as slowing down both physical and mental reflexes with devastating impact on muscular and the neuron system. Citing the positive influence of sports he also pointed the following derivable attributes including confidence, team building, and leadership qualities as also all round personality development. Students who performed well academically were equally found to be good in sports. Trainers from the MBTA including Mr.Krishnaswami Shankar, Director of Coaching Operations and Coaches Education Programme, coach Sheikh Aamir and Nandan Rajat were felicitated in the assembly with an Assamese phulam gamocha and a bouquet by Student Council members Debemita Laishram, Dibyangana Sarmah and Neeta Brahma. Mr Krishnaswami Shankar also spoke on the occasion and sought the cooperation of all participants to make the clinic a success. He also thanked the school management for opting for the programme. Miles becomes the first school in the entire North East to tie up with MBTA for such a high quality sporting venture.

Workshop on Anger Management Conducted At Miles

MBRS News Bureau: Jan 28 In order to get a better perspective , diffuse emotional turmoil and achieve high standards of desirable behavior along with better intra and interpersonal skills, an enlightening day long workshop on Anger Management Practical Strategies to Overcome Anger was conducted at the conference hall of the school. The workshop had two sessions and included students from classes VII to X. Deliberated by experts from Promise, the workshop dwelt at length on the systemic causes relating to outburst. Latent causes, profiles of individuals ranging from instant to knee jerk reaction were mapped. The experts laid down the following measures to minimize anger like
(a) Listening to Soothing Music, (b) Deep Breathing including Inhaling Fresh Air Exhaling the Negativity Out, (c) Reverse Counting of Numbers, (d) Talking to Someone Trustworthy, (e) Talking in Front of The Mirror.
Citing the significance of self restraint as the key to anger management, it was pointed out that a perfect synergy of the body, mind and soul can reduce anger all together. The relevance of the Buddhist philosophy epitomized by the saying anger is "Punishing yourself due to mistakes of others" was explained with clarity and real life examples. Students were seen to be very active in the interactive session with their queries answered with wit, analysis by the experts. Experts from PROMISE. Mr S.Misra, Mr Jayanta Chakravarty, Ms Ankita Bhattacharjee were felicitated with a "Phulam Gamosa" by students Debemita Laishram, Dibgyangana Sarma and BonnyTariang. Quality Control Manager Mr Areef Ahmed anchored the proceedings.

Republic Day Celebrated At Miles

MBRS News Bureau: Jan 26 Miles also celebrated the 65th Republic Day along with the rest of the country with a solemn function organized at the assembly courtyard today. Aesthetically designed tri colours decorated the stage and patriotic songs were aired prior to the start of the formal function. Proceedings began with the hoisting of the national flag by Chief Academic Coordinator Mr.Prabin Bhuyan along with Head Girl Diksha Duarah, Head Boy Himsekhar Konwar, assisted by HOD Sports Mr.Chandan Kalita. In his address HOD Arts and Commerce Mr.T.A.Hazarika dwelt at length on the evolution of the Indian constitution starting with the challenges faced by a nascent India and how the nation could overcome them. Citing the commendable work of the Constituent Assembly he paid rich tributes to the freedom fighters including Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Dr.Rajendra Prasad, DrB.R.Ambedkar, Sardar Vallabhai Patel, Alladikrishnaswami Aiyyar and others whose foresight could make them reconcile with the demand of public reason. He also explained how the Constituent Assembly Debates could produce a document which could overcome the challenge of shaping a nation yet to configure with more than five hundred princely states, linguistic, regional and other competing interests. Urging all to take note of two contrasting images of India smiling and struggling at the same time, he observed the great paradox called progress often at the cost of severe social displacement. Citing the remarkable success in science and technology, infrastructure, communications, agriculture etc he asked students to develop a keen sense of service by working hard and emerge as responsible, confident citizens. Reflecting on the current challenges including poverty, hunger, unemployment, corruption, alienation he appealed for greater dedication, hard work to take India to a super power status.Head Boy Himsekhar Konwar urged all to rise above petty differences and make India a strong nation. Head of Cultural Department(School Council) Pranjal Das offered the vote of thanks .Debomita Laishram School Vice President anchored the show.

CBSE Second International Life Skills

MBRS News Bureau: Jan 19 MBRS team of four students accompanied by one teacher successfully participated in the CBSE Second International Summit held in Delhi National Bal Bhavan, Kotla Road on 16th, 17th and 18th December 2013 organized by Central Board of Secondary Education in collaboration with "Expression India". It was a great privilege as the team had an exposure and learning experience in a gathering of eighty-five schools from national and international level. The students participated very confidently in different events like:
1. Exhibition on Life Skills and School Health
2. Public Speaking
3. Jingle
4. Self compose song on Gender
5. Quiz 6. Mock Parliament
6. Painting
7. Workshops for Students and Teachers
It was a life time achievement for the students and the teacher as they could capture the moments of friendly interaction with the HRD minister Mr M.M.Pallam Raju, CBSE chairman Mr Vineet Joshi, the principals of many national and international schools, visitors from in and around Delhi and most importantly the students of different schools. It was a learning and sharing experience on the same platform. The exchange of viewer and the collaborative learning have left a great impact on the improvement of self health, school health and environment and Life Skills.

Excursion to Dudhwa National Park

MBRS News Bureau: Jan 08 A 27 member student teacher team led by Chief Academic Co-ordinator Mr Prabin Bhuyan and Librarian Amrita Upadhyaya returned yesterday after completing a highly enriching educational excursion at Dudhwa National Park, UP. The tour was an eye-opener for the students who were sensitized about the need for growing environmental management against the backdrop of rampant resource exploitation, commercialization resulting in persistent human animal conflict. The team proceeded to Dudhwa via Kolkata and Lucknow on the Jan 3. The next day the team visited the grassland area to identify the spot given to them. Outdoor camping was a major attraction as the team had to learn about adaptation in close harmony with nature while facing the typical cold weather. The team could avail a jeep safari to the Kishenpur sanctuary to observe the animals. They also interacted with the villagers and discussed issues relating to community forest ownership and the importance of conserving wildlife resources. The team also had another round of jeep safari at the Dudhwa National Park where they could observe the animals from a very close range. They also visited the Sarada river to inspect the alarming erosion due to reckless human activity. They also observed the measures undertaken for the protection of the embankment. The team reached Guwahati on Jan 7 late evening.

New Year Eve Musical Night Celebrated

MBRS News Bureau: Jan 01 A spectacular musical extravaganza unfolded on 31st as Miles geared up to bid adieu to 2013 and welcome a brand new year with sound and music. There was palpable excitement as Hon'ble Principal and Secretary Madam lit the bonfire to start the proceedings. Mr Bappi alias Anupam Goswami started the musical fare by belting out a series of Kishore Kumar classics and included a medley of hits like Julie, Mere sapno ki rani etc. Students present enjoyed the fare and applauded the performance. Kumar Sanjiv took the stage with well known numbers of Kumar Sanu as well as an assortment of Bihu songs which triggered the dancing spree. Bipasha Sharma also enthralled the audience with an eclectic blend of popular Hindi and Assamese songs. Excitement peaked as the Harmonic Kartane Rock Band unleashed their musical forte full blast with countless chartbusters like Another Brick in the Wall, Final Countdown etc. Students were found dancing in their designated areas as the rock band was at their musical best with requests for more numbers coming in. Such was the musical fever that Hon'ble Principal was on his feet with a request to the rock band for a particular number. Lip smacking special dinner was the perfect way to end the show and welcome 2014. The program was aptly anchored by Quality Assurance Manager, Senior Faculty CABE Mr.Areef Ahmed.

CBSE Class X and XII School Board Toppers Felicitated

MBRS News Bureau: Dec 24 Adhering to the tradition of acknowledging outstanding academic excellence, CBSE class X and XII Board Toppers were felicitated during the Silver Jubilee Celebration, which coincided with Parents Day. The following were the pedantic trail blazers Priyanka Baruah Class XII Arts 95%, Panjamuti Brahma XII Arts 94.2%, Gyot Kyomo XII Arts 90%, Reemina Narzary XII Arts 90%, Jemima Hussain XII Science 90.2%, Dimpy Roy XII Science 91%, Aman Poddar XII Commerce 90%, Cisanizoo Gute, Debamita Laishram, Mustakiz Z Makar, Subhalaxmi Kongkham all CGPA 10 holders. Chief Guest Mr Bhaskarjyoti Mahanta IPS, ADGP, Admin, Assam, Guest Speaker Mr Steven Rudolph, Director Jiva Institute Faridabad, Chair Person Archana Pande Principal City Montessori School Lucknow gave away the prizes which included a citation, a hamper of books and a memento commemorating twenty five years of excellence of the school.

Commendable Online Performance

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 29 Master Vishek Dutta and Thangson Tawnbing of class x and ix blazed their way to glory by becoming school toppers in the English First English Proficiency Index (EFEPI) test conducted across 54 countries involving nearly two million people. The stringent test encompassed grammar, vocabulary, reading and listening sections. The difficulty level of questions was adjusted according to their previous correct and incorrect answers.Participating for the first time Miles could achieve a spectacular performance as both students could earn a one week sponsored trip to UK by EPEFI which includes tour of London, Oxford and Torbay, workshops on academic English for university entrance, seminars and counseling for university application and preparation, immersion in British culture with carefully chosen host families. They are to leave for UK on 20th Jan 2014 and return by 26 Jan 2014. Miles could break also into the top ten performing schools. A special Morning Assembly was conducted where Master Vishek Dutta and Thongson Tawnbing were felicitated by Principal .Quality Assurance Manager and Faculty CABE Mr Areef Ahmed anchored the proceedings. Dr N.K.Dutta dwelt at length on the importance of learning, practicing English as the global lingua franca and the importance of EFEPI test.The success validates the practice of the school on timed practice for quick answering while analyzing questions.

Sporting Glory at SFS Challengers' Trophy

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 26 It was sheer pleasure to watch Miles Bronson Residential School fighting it out at the 7th SFS Challengers Trophy. The coveted basketball competition witnessed keen competition among CBSE affiliated schools. The girls team from Miles displayed exemplary sporting skills. Miles knocked out K.V. I.O.C 25-3 in the league match. It could defeat Royal Global School, and St Mary�s Guwahati by an identical margin 19-7 . The semi final match saw Miles getting the better off K.V. Narengi 16-2. The title clash saw Miles pitted against host S.F.S. In a sea saw battle of high quality basketball Miles went down fighting 19-25 to bag 1st runner up trophy.

Bronsonians Exhibit Superlative Life Skills

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 17 At the Regional level, MBRS was privileged enough to participate and be a part at GEMS NPS Guwahati on CBSE Second International Life Skills, Values, Gender, School Health and Wellbeing Summit, November, 2013. It was a great experiential collaborative learning with CBSE Schools from the North-East. In the two days programme, there were competitions and workshops. MBRS bagged prizes and awards in all the events including Create a Thematic jingle - 1st (Pranjal Das, Willson Basumatary, Haje Dadiy),The Addescent Whiz Quiz- 2nd(Pranjal Das, Willson Basumatary),The Wellers Elocution - 3rd (Manaswita Sarma),Theme Songs as Gender - 3rd(Pranjal Das, Willson Basumatary, Haje Dadiy),Global School Health Exhibition- 3rd (Pranjal Das, Willson Basumatary, Manaswita Sarma). On the spot Poster Making- Consolation Prize (Haje Dadiy). They were the active participants in mock-parliament session. The motivational videos like (i) "Right to protect child Abuse Prostitution", (ii) Masoom Farishtey, (iii) Who I am Makes a difference have etched a remarkable sense of responsibility and introspection. Further collaborative learning and experience are in store at the 2nd level i.e. International Summit in Delhi to be held on 16th, 17th & 18th Dec 2013. The participants will leave for Delhi on 15th of Dec 2013 to showcase their talent and life skills.

Principal Dr.N.K.Dutta Inaugurates SFS Meet

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 15 Founder and Principal of Miles Bronson Residential School Dr.N.K.Dutta inaugurated the 7th S.F.S Challengers Trophy All Guwahati Inter-School Basketball Tournament for (Boys & Girls) organized by S.F.S School, Satgaon, Narengi to celebrate Childrens� Day. Chief Guest Dr Dutta hoisted the flag to start proceedings for an exciting sporting spectacle to unfold. A total of 15 teams are vying for top honours in this prestigious sports meet. In his remarks Dr Dutta highlighted the importance of having a perfect work play balance in order to be successful, healthy and lead a stress free life. Elucidating on the report of the World Health Organization (WHO) report stressing physical activity including sports and games, he stressed on the need for having regular exercises including workout by students for at least an hour on a daily basis. He pointed out that exercise bestows multiple benefits including skeleto muscular, cardiovascular besides ushering in a disease free body with great immunity. He urged all to adopt a healthy lifestyle, cultivate a taste for sports and remain fit. An impressive march past and a welcome dance were an added attraction at the meet.

Children's Day Celebrated

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 15 If the two E's enjoyment and entertainment summed up proceedings at Miles on Children's Day Celebrations, it was edutainment all the way. The much awaited event commemorating the Birthday of India's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru (Chacha Nehru to his children) was celebrated with full enthusiasm and much fanfare at Miles. Roles were changed as teachers conducted the Morning Assembly. Basudeb Deb (PGT History) commanded the Assembly as the Head Boy, Savera Mohammad (PGT Psychology) conducted proceedings as the Head Girl, Gargee Chakraborty , Sushmita Dey (PGT Accountancy), Susmita Dey(PRT Maths), Robin Phukan rendered the pledge, prayer, weekly news. A soulful rendition of the popular song Tera Hai Zamin was performed by the teachers on stage. Addressing the assembly, Principal Dr N.K.Dutta described children as the angels of God and a very special gift. He threw light on many interesting facets of Nehru's personality, love for children and the dream to build a vibrant, progressive India. Student Head Girl Diksha Duarah in her illuminating speech laid stress on the rights of children and the corresponding responsibilities. Games and sports started immediately after the sweets were happily taken by the students. Cricket, basket ball, volley ball saw keen participation by the students. Campus picnic was a treat to watch and the tasty menu including the mouth watering tandoori chicken sizzlers along with capsicum stuffed paneer by Food and Beverage Manager Utpal Borah saw everyone asking for more. The cultural program at the Assembly Courtyard during the evening session was sheer fun as teachers reinvented themselves with nursery rhymes, skit, song, and dance. Singing, swaying rhythmically to well choreographed beats they appeared to be totally professional and the hidden musical, vocal prowess of many teachers came into light, Star attraction of the show, mega illusionist, magician Vikram enthralled all with his mind boggling fantastic magical tricks including slicing, disappearing, producing objects from empty cons. His act on the national tri-color was thoroughly appreciated, Quality Assurance Manager, Faculty CABE Areef Ahmed welcomed the magician. Head of Boarding Kumar Sonar and Oly Phukan warden Mansarovar Hostel greeted Vikram with a Phulam Gamosa and a memento signifying 25 years of excellence of Miles. Magician Vikram's show had a very positive and strong social message in each act including unity, hope, avoiding bad habits like alcoholism etc. The magical show climaxed with the sword piercing act. The sumptuous dinner was the perfect way to end up the day by the students.

Capacity Building Workshop On Environment Conducted

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 14 In tune with rising global concern for a cleaner and greener planet as also in alignment with the silver jubilee celebrations encompassing the intellectual and academic domain, a stimulating day long workshop on the above stated theme was held at the Conference Hall of Miles. The workshop was conducted by The Energy Research Institute (TERI), a CBSE empanelled global energy research institute with core expertise in energy research, conservation strategies. Krishna Bharali represented TERI as the invited expert. In his welcome address T.A. Hazarika, HOD Arts, urged all participants to adapt an eco friendly lifestyle in the backdrop of severe climate change due to a plethora of factors including rampant resource exploitation and consumerism. Dr N.K.Dutta, Founder and Principal sketched the origin of environmental concern starting with the initiative taken by the Club of Rome a global think tank in the 1960's with a well documented study called The Limits To Growth followed by the Brunt land Report in highlighting the alarming strategy vis-a-vis environmental management by the North and rapid economic development by the South. Dr Dutta also highlighted a number of strategies which are adopted at the micro level in the school including a green environment, lifestyle changes. Madam Krishna Bharali, expert from TERI began proceedings by defining environment encapsulating its social, political, economic and cultural domains. She presented an impressive overview of the emerging global scenario involving climate change, Path breaking initiative undertaken by the Inter Government Panel on Climate Change and the need to go green in practice. Dealing with India she could point out the pattern of changes on the North, the coastal region, the Deccan Plateau, the North East including unseasonal rain, soil salinity, cloud burst, landslides, desertification, pollution etc. A number of practical strategies in sync with the school curriculum were proposed by her in consultation with participants. Post lunch the session on Gender Sensitivity evoked enthusiastic response from the participants. She also redefined the three R's as 4 R's to mean Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Re-cycles. Participants brainstormed in groups and came up with an array of suggestions to be implemented at the grass root level. All participants were awarded certificate of participation at the valedictory session. Kumud Sarma, HOD, Secondary School offered the vote of thanks. Anindita Bhattachargee, HOD, Primary Section anchored the show and Quality Assurance Manager, Faculty CABE Areef Ahmed Coordinated the event aptly.

World Prospectus Released

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 06 In alignment with the sweeping modernization and overhaul drive undertaken at the initiative of Principal Dr.N.K,Dutta ,the newly printed World School Prospectus was released by Dr,N.K,Dutta at the morning assembly today. The prospectus with the tag line "A moment to moment learning from life" encompasses the mission , vision of the school in its relentless pursuit for excellence and showcases the spectacular achievements of the school in scholastic and co-scholastic domains. In his remarks Dr.N.K.Dutta observed that the new age World Prospectus is a message to the World that Miles is ready to be on the forefront as a self directed school by putting into practice the best deliverables globally and integrating it in a purely boarding school environment. An impressive hand out along with the prospectus encompasses the star elements of the school including the twelve core features (a) top Co-ed Boarding for boys and girls aged 6 to 18 (b) Academic Excellence-100% Pass results (c) Class 10 Toppers with CGPA 10 (d) Class 12 Toppers with 95% and above in aggregate every year (e) Class 12 Subjective wise Toppers with 100 marks in AISSE in English, Maths, Biology & PHE (f) High level of Pastoral Care & Family Community (g) Unrivalled range of Sports and Extra Curricular Activities (h) Consistent wins in various Inter-School Championships (i) International Award for Young People (formerly Duke of Edinburgh Award) Program (j) Opportunity for all to excel (k) A Legacy of 25 Years of Excellence through loco parentis.

Sporting Glory At the CBSE CLUSTER MEET

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 05 City's premier residential school Miles Bronson brought cheers as they ushered in sporting glory at the recently concluded CBSE CLUSTER-I Sports Meet covering schools of the North East. The School Soccer and Volleyball Team put up a superlative display of sporting skills. The School Soccer Team won the Second Runner up position by out edging Army School Shillong 2-0 in a keenly contested match. Earlier, Miles out played St. Clarets 1-0, downed SBOA 5-1, Army School Narengi 4-2 before going down fighting valiantly 2-0 to Sainik School Nagaland. Miles was adjudged as the 1st Runner up at the Volleyball Cluster Tournament. Miles knocked out Faculty Higher Secondary School 3-0, Kaziranga English Academy 2-1, Guwahati Public School 3-0. The stage was set for the semi finals where Miles won a spirited fight against Assam Rifles Public School, Shillong 2-1. The finals between Miles and Sainik School Goalpara saw the latter winning by 3-0. All players, coach were feted by the Principal at a Special Morning Assembly.

Principal's In-service Training for Whole School Teachers' Conducted

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 04 In order to empower staff with new age learning tools and techniques for superlative service in a purely boarding school environment Founder and Principal Dr N.K.Dutta conducted an enlightening day long training program for the staff. The Training program split into two sessions included (a) How Do you motivate students? (b) How Do You Deal With a Student Who is Being Disruptive in Class? (c) What Are the Best Things You Can Do to Maximize the Chances of a Lesson Being Successful? (d) What Are the Best Ways to Incorporate Cooperative Learning in Your Lessons? New Age Lesson Planning as unveiled by Principal included an incremental learning process and marks a paradigm shift in curriculum transaction in the class. It encompasses reading, writing , analytical skills including higher order thinking skills, use of multimedia to consolidate learning and ever out of the box thinking. The new lesson plan format seeks to strengthen the linguistic, visual, intra and inter personal intelligences of the puppets and faster collaborative learning. Session 2 on Controlling disruptive behavior was an eye opener as Principal could produce a concrete plan to deal with the situation involving pastoral and classroom management, motivate students to be self directed learners, enhance intrinsic motivation and also strategies to preempt disruptive behavior. The deliverables at the session included the best elements in school prospectus from UK including its famed boarding schools. Participants at the session were put through a series of tests and were instructed to apply the deliverables in the classroom for effective teaching. Quality Assurance Manager Areef Ahmed offered the vote of thanks.

Diwali Celebrated

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 03 A carnival like atmosphere prevailed at the campus at Miles as the school celebrated a safe and green Diwali sans crackers for two days. Paying heed to rising global concerns to reduce toxic fumes and ensuring safety of students against any possible accident so commonly associated with crackers during this festive period, the two day celebrations included a series of sports, fun games and the much awaited Diwali Musical Night involving invited artists. Day one included a number of competitive games being keenly contested including individual games like swimming, tennis and team games like cricket and a football match for girls. These events were conducted with full co-operation of the faculty members, sports team, pastoral and supporting staff. Day two was very exciting as the Musical Night got underway. A well erected stage and high quality acoustics dominated the entire musical show. In his welcome address anchor and HoD Arts welcomed all and clearly spelt out the conduct procedure to be followed by the students which were adhered to by the students well. Founder and Principal Dr,N.K.Dutta asked all to rise in goodness, spread cheer and happiness ,be positive and overcome all limitations to strive towards excellence.Quality Assurance Manager, Senior faculty CABE (Biology)Areef Ahmed conducted the felicitation program and the following artists Emon Mijaz,Kasturi Baruah.Rupam Kakoty and Matrix from Shillong were felicitated with a Phulam Gamosa(hand woven Assamese towel) and a memento signifying twenty five yearsof excellence of the school.The show started with Emon paying a musical tribute to singing legend and musical maestro Dr.Bhupen Hazarika and his well known song describing the Brahmaputra.The genre of songs had a very rich variety including western chart busters "the summer of 69" by Matrix ,folk songs which could make the students get a feel of the soil,Bihu and hip swinging Bollywood numbers including latest block busters.As the artists belted out one hit number after another, students went on a dancing spree with requests for more. The crowd connect of the artists with the students was superb and the show appeared to be unstoppable.Spectacular fireworks were on throughout the show during the transition and the best sparklers lighted up after the musical climax.After four hours of foot thumping the musical journey came to an end and students were escorted back to their respective hostels as per the announced exeat procedure where they enjoyed a sumptuous Diwali Special dinner.

Excellence Trophy Unveiled

MBRS News Bureau: Nov 01 Hon'ble Principal Dr N.K.Dutta unveiled the Excellence trophy, specially crafted from Richmond, U.K to coincide with the school's silver jubilee celebrations at the morning assembly today. In his remarks Hon'ble Principal dedicated the trophy to all stake holders including parents, students, teachers and staff whose relentless toil could make Miles grow in stature from its very humble beginning to its present exalted position. The school in its momentous journey of 25 glorious years had its period of setbacks and achievements, the latter outnumbered the former and the present rate of growth of the school has been phenomenal. The mammoth organization called Miles today has seen selfless and dedicated service by those who worked as a team to visualize a grand success. The trophy represents a memorabilia, an insignia, a reminder of the fruitful journey undertaken by the school with a great amount of collaborative effort. He described the trophy as a Thanksgiving icon with inspiration for the future to scale new zenith of perfection The trophy was unveiled by Hon'ble Principal in presence of Chief Academic Co-ordinator Prabin Bhuyan who assisted Principal during the ceremony. The trophy was handed over to Head boy Himsekhar Konwar and Head Girl Diksha Duarah and finally to the front office personnel to be conspicuously displayed for public viewing.

Gandhi Jayanti Celebrated

MBRS News Bureau: Oct 02 A solemn function was organized at the Assembly Courtyard to commemorate the birth of Mahatma Gandhi aptly called the Father of the Nation. The Day Light Reflection on the white board aptly reflected Gandhiji's thought Strength does not come from a physical capacity but through indomitable spirit. Quality Assurance Manager, Faculty CABE (Biology) Areef Ahmed anchored the function. Chief Academic Co-ordinator Prabin Bhuyan started proceedings by lighting the ceremonial lamp along with floral tributes to Bapuji. In his opening remarks, he observed that India could overcome the mighty British through non-violence and urged all students to emulate the ideals of the great leader and visionary who could herald a revolutionary change, fuel nationalism and unite a fragmented nation with one common aim called freedom. A musical rendition of the popular song "Bande mey tha Dum, Vande Mataram" was performed by Head Boy Himsekhar and his group which cast an impressive spell on the morning assembly. Speaker for the Day, Mr. Basudeb Deb, and PGT History, dwelt at length on Gandhiji and his contribution towards the nationalist freedom struggle. His life transforming moment came in South Africa after the Maritzburg railway station incident where Gandhiji was thrown out of the first class railway compartment despite possessing a valid railway ticket. These incidents made Gandhiji take up a strong resolution against the discriminatory segregation laws and apartheid policies of the colonial government. He got involved with the peasants at Champaran who were in revolt against Indigo cultivation, oppressive taxation and land holding system. The draconian Rowlatt Act 1919, which empowered British Government to arrest suspected revolutionaries without trial, press censorship, Jallianwala Bagh massacre provided Gandhiji the reason to launch the Non Co-orperation movement based on the principles of Ahimsa (Non-Violence) and Satyagraha (Path of Truth). The sustained campaign by Gandhiji with the Civil Disobedience movement started by breaking the unpopular salt law by Gandhiji at Dandi in 1930. It involved boycott of foreign goods, clothes, bon fires were lit, shops picketed, Swadeshi and Khadi were adopted to counter and damage the British economy. By 1942 at the height of the Second World War, Gandhiji launched the Quit India Movement throughout the country with the message to send the colonizers back with bag and baggage. Critically acclaimed and Oscar award winner movie Gandhi was screened in all class rooms.

Bronsonians Talk Their Way To Glory

MBRS News Bureau: Sep 30 Sukanya Halder and Debemeta Laishram could clinch the second and third prizes on the Inter School extempore speech competition conducted by Rotary Club Guwahati . In a keenly contested event the spirited duo could impress with their presentation, presence of mind besides superlative oratorical skills. Sixteen Participating Schools vied for top honors. Sukanya Halder could also get a cash prize of two thousand rupees. The prizes were awarded by Dr.N.N.Dutta Chancellor of Down Town University. Rotary Club, Guwahati organizes a series of competitions to encourage competition spirit among school children every year. The topic of the competition was "India in 2025".

Health Sensitization Session At Miles

MBRS News Bureau: Sep 29 In view of the growing Dengue threat, resident Medical Officer at Miles Dr. Navajyoti Das and the medical unit conducted an enlightening health sensitization session with the students of Miles encompassing a number of pertinent health issues including a) Dengue b) Causes c) Precautions to be taken d) Symptoms e) Medical intervention. He also dwelt at length on the seasonal out break of conjunctivitis, jaundice, diarrhoea and stressed on the need to maintain proper hygiene. In view of the extended summer heat, students were advised to rehydrate with fluids, practice healthy eating habits, wash hands properly as also to keep the environment clean. Students were advised to take precautions including wearing sleeved clothes during evening time in order to avoid possible mosquito bites. A number of queries by students were answered by Dr. Das. The session could help students gain an useful insight on maintaining proper hygiene and staying fit.Chief of Boarding and Pastoral Care Mr Simabrata Dey also spoke on the Importance of healthy habits leading to emergence of great personality.

Smooth Sailing For Bronsonians at Confluence 2013

MBRS News Bureau: Sep 19 A fourteen member student team from the school headed by HOD , Disciplinary Committee Mrs Lipika Borah took part in various competition, organized by Singapore International School Mumbai. Billed as Confluence 2013 the meet included Quiz, Debate, Extempore Speech, Art, Power Point Presentation, Creative writing competition and other musical events. The student team could leave behind a stunning impression in the keenly contested events. Debamita Laishram was adjudged the best Extempore Speaker. The exposure due to the tour has been an eye opener for the students to achieve more glory in the days to come.

Distinguished visitors on an Auspicious Day

MBRS News Bureau: Sep 17 As India paid obeisance to the Divine Architect Biswakarma on 17th , Miles had two distinguished visitors on that auspicious day Lt. General(Retd) A.N.Ray, PVSM, VSM, Chief Executive, Indus Trust and Lt.Col, V.N.Sathya Rao(Retd), Director School Projects, Bangalore. Both Visitors were thoroughly impressed with the modernization overhaul undertaken by the school and assured full co operation. They were given a guided tour of the school.

Teachers' Day Celebrated

MBRS News Bureau: Sep 05 Along with the rest of the country Guwahati city's premier residential school Miles Bronson celebrated Teachers' Day in a befitting manner. Deliberating on the significance of this day, Hon'ble Founder and Principal Dr.N.K. Dutta paid rich tributes to Dr.Sarvepalle Radhakrishnan and described the former President as a torchbearer of light ,knowledge and positive change. Elaborating on the qualities required for new age global teaching he urged all present to take up teaching as a craft, develop a keen sense of passion, have a moral purpose, chalk out a real life mental model for the class to emulate and strive to be a lifelong learner. Profiling teachers as (a) Fantasy, (b) Survival, (c) One with personal mastery and (d) one with lifelong influence, he urged teachers to work hard for lifelong influence over the pupils. A series of fun games including tongue twisters, balancing marble with spoon on the mouth, threading a needle under 30 seconds, motion static dance were organized with active participation by all teachers. Hilarious moments could be observed during the 2 minute saree dressing competition by male teachers as many were at their wits end trying to wrap up the saree. Post lunch action shifted to the state of the art basket ball court at Mansarovar House as Lipika Bora's(HoD, Discipline) team overcome Jinti Das's(House Mother) spirited team in a keenly contisted match. The football match between Prabin XI and Sonar XI saw very competitive soccer with both teams tied 1-1 at the end of play. In a battle of nerves during the penalty shootout Prabhu Dahal, Goalkeeper of Prabin's XI warded off a few shots to take the team to victory. Students presented an entertaining and rich cultural program in the evening. The cynosure for all eyes were the much awaited Teachers' Awards along with Principal's Achievement for outstanding contribution by teachers, and the Popular choice Award based on voting by students. T.A.Hazarika, HOD Arts hogged the limelight with a maximum of seven nominations and three awards including (a) The best dressed male, (b) The best Stream of the year, (c) the Most Disciplined Teacher [popular choice]. Chandan Kalita, HOD sports was voted as the most popular teacher. Bornali Gogoi received the Principal's Award for exemplary front office administration, Jinti Das Miss was awarded the best pastoral Care award & Quality Assurance Manager, Areef Ahmed, Faculty CABE was awarded the Principal's Achievement Award for stellar contribution in academic activities.

Bronsonians Raise the Achievement Bar

MBRS News Bureau: Aug 25 The Central Board of Secondary Education awarded Certificate of Merit on the basis of outstanding performance and obtaining Grade A1 in all the five subjects(excluding additional 6th subject) to two students of the school Debemita Laishram and Shubhalaxmi Kongkham. They were handed over a Xerox version of the certificates by Hon'ble Principal sir at a function organized on the Assembly Ground.

MBRS School Council Constituted

MBRS News Bureau: Aug 19 A 74 members School Council for the session 2013-14 took charge today at a solemn function organized at the Assembly play ground. The special Morning Assembly saw smartly attired Bronsonions taking up the responsibility of the School Council. Chief Academic Coordinator Mr. Prabin Bhuyan announced the names of the Council Members which included Class Captains, House Monitors, Prefects, Students in -charge for Sports, Culture, Editors, President. The coveted Head Boy and Head Girl for the Session 2013-14 are Himsekhar Konwar and Diksha Duarah. The oath of office and secrecy was administered by Mr. Areef Ahmed, Quality Assurance Manager.In his remarks Hon'ble Founder Dr. N.K.Dutta urged the newly inducted Council Members to lead by exemplary service and develop outstanding leadership qualities. He thanked the outgoing Head Boy and Head Girl and congratulated the newly inducted members.

Independence Day Celebrating at Miles

MBRS News Bureau: Aug 15 Along with the rest of the country Miles celebrated the 67th Independence with patriotic fervor. A sheer feeling of nostalgia prevailed as the soul stirring song Aye mere watan ke logo penned by lyricist Pradip and sung by Lata Mangeshkar rendered a tranquil effect and the thought fully decorated Assembly Courtyard appeared colorful with the fluttering of flags. Unfurling the National tri- color, Founder and Principal Dr N.K. Dutta paid rich tributes to the leaders and freedom fighters for unshackling India's fetters from British rule. He sketched the history of the freedom struggle in India including its glorious moments. Deliberating on India's development post- independence, he observed that the nation had taken giant strides in economic development, technology, defence, communications but an array of problems continue to challenge the foundational roots of Indian democracy including poverty, unequal income, corruption, unemployment, regional imbalances thereby alienating people and distorting freedom. He urged all students to develop a high sense of duty towards India and prepare well to serve the country with distinction. A number of sports and games were organized on the occasion with enthusiastic participation by students and staff. Respective hostels screened patriotic movies in the evening along with special meals.

Workshop On Capacity Building Held

MBRS News Bureau: Aug 12 A day long workshop on Capacity Building by CBSE authorized trainers was held at the Conference Hall of the School. Hosted by Miles, the workshop dealt with various issues under the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation(CCE)scheme as stipulated by the CBSE. The workshop had an attendance of 74 teachers including Guwahati based Holy Home and Indus Valley School from Jagiroad. In his opening remarks Founder and Principal Dr. N.K. Dutta stressed on the need for teachers imbibing pro active leadership qualities for heralding positive change in society and transforming class rooms where inclusive education becomes a reality. The workshop dealt with numerous issues including redefining Formative Assessment with an array of tools and techniques for each subject with (a) Group activity, (b) Individual, (c) written task. The need to have an inter- disciplinary approach while teaching was also highlighted in the session. Summative Assessment need to be measure based where as Formative need to be on nurturing the fundamental concepts. The need is to ensure that the child learns to be on a seamless journey from the classroom towards a career path while recognizing the aptitude factor. The work shop urged teachers to reinvent teaching style, reorganize, opt for out of the box thinking, innovate with the sole aim of making sure that learning happens. A number of group activities were performed by teachers including role play, Power Point Presentation etc. All participants were awarded certificates at the valedictory session.


MBRS News Bureau: Jul 24 Our Founder & Principal Dr. N.K.Dutta was invited as one of the panelist in the 9th eIndia Education Summit organized on 23rd and 24th July 2013 at the Hyderabad International Convention Center, Hyderabad, India.
Addressing to the select gathering of School Heads, Teachers and Intellectual on the topic: Leading to Learn - School Leadership and Management Styles. He highlighted that school leaders are facing challenges due to raising expectation for school and schooling characteristics by technological innovation, migration and globalization. Besides that effective school leadership is increasingly viewed to a large-scale-education reform and improved education outcome. He stated that changes in the school administration over recent decades are part of a larger trend in the management of public service organization that can be characterized as the decline of older public administrative models and the risc of New Public Management (NPM) modules.
He also stated that perhaps the most salient change in attitudes about school management created by the NPM trend is the centering of the Principal's activity and behavior on what is referred to as "Instructional Leadership". He highlighted the expanded role of the Principal as a School Manager and an Instructional Leader where Principals' need to also view themselves as a "Learner".

Session on Positive Parenting Setting High Behavioral and Academic Achievements Conducted

MBRS News Bureau: Jul 21 An enlightening two day session on the theme Positive Parenting Setting High Behavioral And Academic Achievements was conducted at the Conference hall of the school. The first session on July 20 involved parents of class xi and xii Arts, Science and Commerce stream students and the second session on July 21 was for parents of class x students. In his welcome address Mr T.A.Hazarika, HOD Arts and Commerce urged all parents, guardians to be positive, supportive in ensuring the growth of the child both in academic and behavioral aspects. He also appealed to build a collaborative culture by bridging connections between the child, parent and the school. In his presentation on the above stated theme Hon'ble Founder and Principal Dr N.K.Dutta sensitized parents about the soaring academic achievements and performance in the CBSE Senior Secondary Board Examinations. He pointed out the cut off marks for the best colleges in India and exhorted all parents to raise the expectation bar of their ward through positive reinforcement.
Stressing on the importance of goal setting Dr N.K.Dutta asked all parents to interact with their child on their expectations and provide a positive learning environment. He highlighted the importance of having ambitions and working relentlessly for the same. On the need for systematic planning Dr N.K. Dutta observed that habits like regular study, punctuality and self discipline are key ingredients in ensuring success. Deliberating on the subject of self discipline, he asked all parents to ensure that their child follows a pattern of cyclical discipline which is self motivated and not an enforced model. Commenting on the latest research on neuro Science and advancement in neuro circuit understanding Dr N.K.Dutta put forward two intelligence profiles based on the mental make up (a) Crystallized intelligence where factual accuracy can be easily mastered by the pupils.(b)Fluid intelligence where application of facts by pupils are aptly visible.The importance of vocabulary in the learning process is paramount as pupils are expected a word stock of atleast forty thousand words to crack the entrance at the top US Engineering and Medical Institutes including MIT, John Hopkins etc. He also dwelt at length on the learning styles of the pupils using visual, auditory and kinesthetic mediums. On the theme of common purpose, he held the view that the culture of the school and the culture at home need to synergize, find a common meeting place so that the pupil find a sense of purpose in the learning process. Hon'ble Principal also laid great importance on the Instructional Care involving (a)Student, (b)Teacher,(c) Content as crucial in the class room environment for effective teaching, learning and evaluation strategies. Citing areas of concern Dr N.K.Dutta pointed out the following areas requiring attention: (a)mobile menaces,(b) money given to wards,(c) timely reporting . Hon'ble Secretary Madam Mrs Nandini Dutta also interacted with parents on a number of issues during the interactive session which drew a flurry of responses. Mr Areef Ahmed, Faculty CABE and Duality Assurance Manager of the school offered the vote of thanks.

Lead America Tour Report

MBRS News Bureau: Jul 16 As a part of its enrichment program eight students from Miles Bronson Residential School led by Hon'ble Secretary Madam Mrs Nandini Dutta and teacher - in - charge HOD CABE Department Mr Kirti Sarma returned from the famed Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science Chicago, USA with the latest in health care and biomedical domain. Team Miles left for USA on the 4th of July and attended a series of workshops, seminars, clinical encounters from 7th to the 13th of July. Students were sensitized about the emerging trends in health care vis-a-vis the quest by biomedical research professionals called the "genome generation" who desire to understand all that is valued and needed for the care of patients and the prevention of diseases. The excursion tour had two phases.
Phase 1: included
(a) Briefing by the Rosalind Franklin University health care team for clinical encounter.
(b)Simulation challenge involving Standardized patient case study.
(c) Clinical encounter with real life patients.
(d) Epidemiological case study including global epidemics, preventive steps.
(e) Exploring Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science.
Phase 2: included
(a) Anatomy lab tour where students got the opportunity to handle actual human organs such as liver, lung, heart, understand the malignant condition of human organs.
(b) Robotic patient Simulator involving a high degree of precision and accuracy, its vital role in surgical procedures and operations.
(c) Surgical video cast, involving satellite guided operations by surgeons linked across the globe.
(d) Tele conferencing and telemedicine.
(e) Interactive sessions with leading medical professionals like Peggy Hasenauer, Executive Director, University of Chicago, Kevlar Diabetes Center with the latest in the management of Diabetes using insulin pump therapy, glucose sensor technology as also advances in islet cell transplantation, Barbara Ellensburg's deliberations on Standardized Patient Education, medical ethics by Bret Moberg.
(f) Medical emergency including procedures such as intubation, C-Spine immobilization, back boarding and CPR. Students from Miles returned enlightened with a keen desire to be on the frontline of medical advances in the near future with a resolute ambition.

Workshop on Disaster Management At Miles

MBRS News Bureau: Jul 13 An enlightening workshop on Disaster Management organized by District Disaster Management Authority was held yesterday at the Assembly Courtyard where Students were sensitized about the important measures to be undertaken in the event of a disaster Experts from the agency started proceedings by highlighting the importance of cultural heritage of the city of Eastern light Guwahati having a rich history of industrial, food cultural heritage. Burgeoning population growth, rampant resource exploitation, depletion of green cover has exposed the premier city to an array of threats for which vigilance is the important factor in avoiding casually and minimizing the same. Mock drill demonstrations included rapid response to be undertaken in the event of disaster like an earth quake, injury treatment using triangular bandage with pillow to stem the bleeding, bed sheet or blanket as temporary stretcher to move the sick and wounded, three hand seat to shift victims with leg injuries. An eye catching photo and visual exhibition on a mobile bus of the agency proved to be very informative for students as they could gain a rich insight into the fascinating history of guwahati. They could also imbibe a lot of civic values.

SOF Olympiad 2012-13

MBRS News Bureau: Jul 05 MBRS has added another feather in its cap by taking its name and fame in the state level award list for SOF - Olympiad 2012-13. Its our proud privilege that our students have qualified for the second level Olympiad exams and some of them have bagged the top 25 ranks in the state level. Their brilliant performance will definitely remain as a motivation for the students for participation in further such competition. The different ranks in different categories are: 12th & 15th in NCO ( National Cyber Olympiad ), 6th in IMO ( International Maths Olympiad )& 3rd in IEO ( International English Olympiad ). Besides the merit certificates and the medals for the top three rank holders the winners also received a package of gift hampers like: DVD's worth Rs. 2000/-. Subscription of BBC Knowledge Magazine & Cheques of Rs. 2500/- for winners.

MBRS Students leave for USA to participate in the Lead America Program

MBRS News Bureau: Jul 04 Eight students from 12th standard of Miles Bronson Residential School are preparing to leave for Chicago, IL, USA in 4th July, 2013. Miles Bronson, a residential school catering to the needs of holistic development of the students of North East region, is also providing its students personalized experiential learning at the top universities in the world. Miles Bronson partners with Lead America, the world's largest provider of enrichment programs. Lead America programs are specially designed to provide students a full view of their career choices while exploring their inner talent and leadership capabilities. Miles Bronson students, several of them aspiring to become a doctor will spend the ensuing summer holidays touring the famed DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois, USA. They will participate in a standardized patient clinical encounter workshop hosted by the Education and Evaluation Center (EEC) at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Chicago, IL, USA and also have the wonderful experiences like entering the complex and changing world of medicine and healthcare, to see the inner workings of a healthcare team, to practice diagnosis and treatment in the patient simulation, etc. Lead America program is significant as it is billed as the conclave of the sharpest young minds desiring to carve out a meaningful future from a multitude of career choices. Pupil learning is accelerated, the program and its constituents are extremely challenging and intellectually enriching. Pupils are exposed to real life learning situations and case scenarios with keen focus on systematic, rational and coherent thinking, individual and collective leadership qualities, application of knowledge and life skills, hands on application and learning with the latest tools and gadgets requiring a superlative degree of precision as they blend their past learning experiences with new insights gained on the spot. Workshops and live projects help pupils realize their innate potential, fuel their ambition and gain confidence. The program has been highly successful last year and 11 students of the school could reap rich dividends by attending the same. They were also enlightened about latest knowledge centric revolution in the domain of science and technology including voice recognition, human genome project, robotics, web simulations, laser technology, etc. at the MIT, Boston, USA. In addition pupils could develop a high degree of oratorical and high order thinking skills. Miles Bronson Residential School reflects the growing aspirations of students from North East India. Founder and Principal of MBRS, Dr. N. K. Dutta remarked, "Our students are keen learners and they have a passion for excellence. The Lead America programs are a fantastic opportunity for our students to discover experience and achieve the best in the world". "This is in keeping with our mission to forever promote and encourage a spirit of enquiry and learning amongst our students", said Dr. Dutta. By partnering with Lead America, Miles Bronson can now provide its students a summer at MIT, Johns Hopkins, Stanford, Columbia, UC Berkeley and Babson to name just a few. Ms. Nandini Dutta, the Secretary of the school, said "The program has a very strong academic curriculum. My students will be part of a 200 strong international student group, all exploring the various facets of engineering. This experience will be incredible for my students". Master Borling Im Timung, a participant is very excited about the trip and says "It has been a dream comes true". Master Debojit Dutta says, as a Senior Secondary School student in NE, we do feel that we are far away from the rest of the world. But this experience will change all that. I already feel one with our international peer group. We have already started making friends on FB and Twitter. It is great to learn that we are mostly alike.., he said.

International Award For Young People (IAYP) Session

MBRS News Bureau: Apr 27 On 27/4/13, Bivujit Mukhoty the programme manager of IAYP, visited our school to interact with the students to provide information on IAYP.
At around 11:45am he reached our school and conducted an interactive session with the students at 12 Noon.
His brief speech was very informative and inspiring. The students were very focused. They had very free and frank interaction where their queries had all the positive solutions. The participants are now more confident and well directed to meet the criteria of IAYP.

National Environment Science Camp 2013

MBRS News Bureau: Apr 07 On 7th April 2013, a team of 19 students of MBRS along with two teachers reached at Dudhwa National Park to attend the 4 day long National Environment Science Camp 2013.
The objective of the camp: To know how in the ancient time the people lived with the face to face conflict with the wild animals by doing some dares.
Achievement: There were total of ten dares where the tribes (campers) had to go through and get points. MBRS team was divided into two tribes namely "Kaziranga and Panthera" and they did extremely well and occupied the 2nd and 3rd places out of the total of seven tribes. Student were very happy to get such an opportunity and returned with sweet & glorious memory.

Bronsonians Make a Point on Global Peace

MBRS News Bureau: Jan 12 It was a life enriching experience for Bronsonians attending the NES World Peace Congress, a conclave involving global intellectuals, leaders, inspirational speakers, activists, Nobel laureates at Mulund Mumbai from January 11 to 12th 2013. Dr. R. Varadarajan, Chairman, Organizing Committee urged the students to be the real ambassadors of peace and meaningful change in a conflict torn and highly volatile global scenario confronting mankind today. Tibetian Spiritual leader His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama also urged everyone to shun violence and tried the path of peace and tranquility Miles was represented by Srinath Roy, XII Com, Chiton Barman, XII Sc, Sukanya Halder, XI Com, Mayurakhi Shyam, XII Com, Motiur Rahman Talukdar, XI Sc under the guidance of in house teacher Kishore Roy.
Enlightened inputs were provided by lieutenant Gen Satish Nambiar who has did the UN Peace keeping Force at Yugoslovia, Mr Whitney Sterling, distinguished educationist from Berlin Brandenbeirg International School, Germany on boarding management and cooperative community living, Ms Kia Schern, leading exponent on Tronscendintal Meditation and others with one message to make peace a living reality. Inclement weather hampered the Bronsonians from reaching the venue on time but their determined prisoner impressed everyone especially when Sri Nath Roy took the stage to espouse the cause of peace for the individual by looking written. Highlighting the importance of introspection as a very important element of intro-personal skill, he urged all to think and act about peace written the self, attain tranquility of body, mind and soul to gradually link it to the cosmos Team Miles returned from Mumbai with experience to be shared for a peaceful world along with an appreciation certificate, a trophy and a treasure house of experiences and deliverables.

New Year Eve Celebration At Miles Bronson

MBRS News Bureau: Jan 01 With a brand New Year knocking at the door, Miles decided to welcome it with style, flair, panache and finesse by hosting the New Year Eve Musical Nite at the School playground. An exciting evening unfolded as Hon'ble Principal Sir, kick started proceedings by cutting the cake and wishing everyone a bright, positive year ahead. Feet tapping started immediately as local artistes put up an exhilarating display of musical extravaganza belting out an array of songs from the retro to the current rage. The mercury continued to dip but strategically placed bonfires and the soaring spirit of the Bronsonians could liven up proceedings as everyone went on a dancing spree climaxing in the grand finale. A slide show reminiscing 2012 left everyone spell bound and the special meal was a treat for the taste buds. Dec 31st can be summed up as unlimited enjoyment at Miles.

Miles Hosts CBSE East Zone Cluster - I Volleyball Tournament

MBRS News Bureau: Oct 04 Superlative Volleyball and sporting action was witnessed as the city's premier residential boarding school Miles Bronson hosted the three day sporting event from Oct. 1st to Oct 3rd, 2012. With an overwhelming response of sixteen participating teams, the event got underway with an impressive inaugural function with Mr. Subhash Basumatary, Director, Sports Authority of India (SAI) as the Chief Guest. In his welcome address, Founder and Principal of the school Dr. N.K.Dutta urged the participating teams to deliver their best performance, achieve all round sporting excellence and raise the bar of the game. Chief Guest, Mr. Subhash Basumatary, Director, SAI appealed to the participating teams to strive to aim for Olympic glory as the ultimate aspiration and develop a keen passion for the game.
He also undertook the ceremonial salute as the participating teams displayed a dignified march past. The drill performance by students of Miles drew instant audience appreciation. As the action shifted to the playground, Sanik School, Goalpara, sent Army Public School, Narengi and Kaziranga English Academy packing out of the competition to storm into the finals in the boys section. Host MBRS outclassed Guwahati Public School in a keenly contested match to set up the title clash. In the Girls event, Kaziranga English Academy, DPS Dhaligaon, Army Public School, Basistha and MBRS were the semifinalists. The finals were held between DPS Dhaligaon and Army Public School Basistha. In the girls finals Army Public School, Basistha outplayed DPS Dhaligaon whereas the boys final was a clash of the Titans as Sanik School, Goalpara out witted host MBRS in the finals. The host team went all out for a win, but the Goalpara boys defended the net with superb blocking and spectacular smashing. The prizes to the winners boys (Sanik School, Goalpara), 1st Runner-up (Miles Bronson Residential School), 2nd Runner-up (Guwahati Public School) were awarded by K.L. Nagaraju, Assit. Commissioner, K.V. Sangathan, Guwahati and the prizes in the girls event namely winners (Army School, Basistha), 1st Runner-up (DPS Dhaligaon), 2nd Runner-up (Kaziranga English Academy) were distributed by Dr.N.K.Dutta, Founder & Principal of Miles Bronson Residential School. Sports officials from the CBSE were also felicitated on the occasion. Outstanding student volunteers from the host school- Rituraj Choudhury, Chandrasekhar Akaijam, Motiur Talukdar received Certificates of Excellence from the Principal for exemplary service during the tournament. The winners and 1st Runner-up including the host boys' team will be competing at Rajasthan this December for the next phase of the Tournament.

Nabajyoti Lahkar Bags Best IT Teacher Award

MBRS News Bureau: Jul 23 Ushering glory for MBRS, PGT, IP teacher, Nabajyoti Lahkar's recent achievement brought cheers to the school fraternity. The Science Olympiad Foundation (SOF) selected him as the Best Teacher in the IT category. The award is given in recognition for his outstanding contribution in the Science Olympiad Competition where Bronsonians have notched exemplary performances. The award is significant as only two teachers from the North East could secure this distinction. The award carries a trophy, a citation and a cash prize of Five Thousand Rupees. It will be presented to him on 22nd July, 2012 at Kolkata.

Career Counseling Session by Steven Rudolph

MBRS News Bureau: Dec 23 Top notch global counselor, Director Jiva Foundation, Faridabad and author of the well known book The Ice-cream Dilemma conducted an impressive workshop on career choices at MBRS on the 18th of December 2011.A multi-faceted personality, Steven, Steve as he is popularly called could enlighten parents and students at the workshop in deciding the importance of career options post class XII. Steve is a lead exponent of the Multiple Natures (MNs) approach in opting for career choices. This approach seeks to blend and extend the elements of Multiple Natures (MNs) propounded by Prof. Howard Garner with the help of a highly accurate psychometric test to test the career aptitude of the aspirants.
Seventeen elements encompassing Multiple Natures (MNs) and Multiple Intelligences (MIs) are sought to be reconciled with the nature of the student aspirants. A number of queries pertaining to career choices ranging from weapons designing, synthetic biology, behavioral economics etc .With typical wit , wisdom and sharp analytical insight he asked the students present to pursue their passion with dogged persistence and stay consistently focused to always be in a win- win situation.

Parents Day Celebrations at Miles Bronson Residential School

MBRS News Bureau: Dec 21 Earmarked as a red letter day for city's premier residential school Miles Bronson, the much awaited Parents Day got off to a dignified start with the unveiling of the bust of renowned missionary Dr. Miles Bronson by Mr.G.D.Tripathi, IAS, Secretary, Political Affairs, Border Area Development, Government of Assam who was the Chief Guest in the presence of an august gathering..In his corporate style power point presentation, founder and Principal Dr. N.K.Dutta, unveiled a very ambitious and innovative blueprint of the school in terms of infrastructural up gradation in sync with adapting the latest global facilities including state of the art indoor stadium, customized sports facilities, cyber touch screen boards to be incorporated in a phased manner.
Chief Guest Mr. G.D. Tripathi asked the students to be well prepared to take on the future challenges of life and convert every potentiality into a certain and positive possibility. Distinguished educationist and academician Prof. Tabu Taid, who was the guest of honor in his speech provided a rich and fascinating insight on the challenges confronting the domain of school education, the impact of global interconnectedness on education, the way out towards progress and the importance of proper and effective utilization of human resources as the future of development hinges strongly on the skilled economy and India's advantage of having a super skilled workforce as a crucial element for achieving super power status. He also asked the students to enjoy learning and develop razor sharp competencies. Chairperson, Mr. Steven Rudolph Director Special invitee, Jiva Foundation, Faridabad, and lead exponent of the Multiple Natures, a psychometric test so advanced, it has the pin point accuracy of assessing the career potential of every child while taking into account the Multiple Intelligences. He also urged parents to take a very realistic view of their child as a unique being and facilitate a positive and caring environment so that every child seeks to become an extension of one's true self.
The following class X student toppers with a perfect CGPA score of 10 Miss Nancypriya Saharia, Miss Tanvee P honglo and Chintan Barman along with toppers in the Class XII Prateek Prasad, Mandakini Baruah, Jeny Narzary (Arts), Mehdi Hasan Nagori, Antara Choudhury, Niharika Priyadarshini, Deepshika Nandi, James Debbarma (Science) streams were awarded for their academic trail blazing performances. School toppers Pratik Prasad with 94% in Arts and Mehdi Hasan Nagori with 93% in the science stream were awarded laptops along with a host of other prizes. The spectacular cultural show saw a remarkable variety of programs being performed ranging from jaw dropping yoga, synchronized aerobics, bihu, western hip-hop, classical dance, dance of various ethnic groups of the North East etc. The function started by paying rich tributes to the two recently deceased Assamese legends, musical maestro Dr.Bhupen Hazarika and noted litterateur Dr.Mamoni Raisom Goswami. The curtains came down with the grand finale as every one present including parents erupted in a joyous celebration.


MBRS News Bureau: Nov 11 Musical maestro and legend Dr. Bhupen Hazarika passed away on the 5th of November 2011 causing irreparable loss to the nation. MBRS paid homage to the towering personality by displaying a remarkable sense of solidarity during the period of grief. Disciplined Bronsonians lined up on both sides of the road on the 7th of November 2011 with posters, placards and above all with moist eyes, bowed heads and folded hands as the entourage containing the mortal remains of the legend passed by.
Timeless classics of the singer including Buku hom hom korey, Jilikabo Luitorey Par played on and the atmosphere was sober. Earlier in the day, Founder and Principal Dr.N.K.Dutta convened an emergency Assembly Session and paid rich tributes to the multi-faceted personality. Lamps and candle lights were lighted during the evening to mark the entire period of grief.


MBRS News Bureau: Nov 10 MBRS hosted a three day sporting spectacle by organizing the Cluster-I CBSE soccer tournament at the school playground. This year, a record number of 32 teams participated in the tournament. Col. Puneet Kumar Arora, Commanding Officer, 3rd Air Signal Regiment Borjhar, inaugurated the tournament and Mr. Pradip Hazarika, Director of Sports and Youth welfare, Government of Assam was the Chief Guest.
Army Public School Shillong, won the CBSE Cluster 1 Soccer tournament by defeating St. Clarets School, Borjhar 2-0 in the finals today at Miles Bronson Residential School playground today .In an all round display of superlative football, the Shillong team dominated proceedings right from the word go. Babidor Dorphang, Captain of the Army Public School netted the first goal in the 17th minute via a penalty kick.
Albert Paite of the same team made it 2-0 in the 47th minute by converting a penalty kick. Earlier in the day, the Shillong team edged out Kaziranga English Academy via tie breaker while St. Clarets stunned Don Bosco Panbazar in the penalty shootout. Babidor Darphang of Army Public School, Shillong was declared the Best Player, Anuj Das of St.Clarets School was adjudged as the Best Goalkeeper and S.Guite of Kaziranga English Academy received the Best Striker Award. South Point School Guwahati was declared as the Best Disciplined team. Don Bosco defeated Kaziranga English Academy to claim the Second Runners up position. Mr.K.K Choudhary, Regional Officer CBSE, North East Region who was the Chief Guest urged the participants to cultivate the winning habit in sports and gave away the prizes.


MBRS News Bureau: Dec 01 Displaying an all round superlative effort Bronsonians displayed a commendable performance at the recently concluded CBSE Cluster I Sports meet. The School Athletics Team was adjudged as the 1st Runners Up at the CBSE Athletics Cluster Meet held on 25th to 27th November at the Sports Authority of India Stadium, Guwahati and organized by South Point School.
Displaying keen sportsmanship spirit and fairplay, the school Volleyball team was declared as the 1st Runners Up at the CBSE Cluster-I Volleyball Tournament organized by DPS, Nazira.
The School Basketball Team brought more cheers as they could clinch the Cluster 2nd Runners Trophy at the CBSE Cluster I Basketball Meet organized by Kaziranga English Academy.


MBRS News Bureau: Nov 30 At the Inter-School PowerPoint Presentation competition, the student duo of Miss Debi Priya Saikia and Miss Lucky Basumatary of Class XII Commerce left the jury and the audience spill bound with their sharp, incisive, analytical, witty and corporate style PowerPoint presentation on the recession and the mark economy response by India. The event titled Papyrus on flide was organized by Army School, Basistha and they were awarded the 1st prize in the coveted event.


MBRS News Bureau: Nov 29 Displaying a fine fusion of contemporary dance incorporating varied elements, fine subtle and graceful movements Bronsonians managed to win the second prize in the Contemporary Dance Competition organized by Army Public School, Basistha. The core concept conceived by Miss Henaa Duttaa could earn critical appreciation from the judges Hats Off to all Bronsonians!!


MBRS News Bureau: Nov 21 A two day workshop on Discipline that builds Self Discipline got underway at Miles Bronson Residential School under the supervision and guidance of lead exponent, scholar and distinguished scholar Dr.Betsy Geddes Ed.D from Portland, USA. A consultant of immense repute, Dr.Geddes is a renowned global expert on the Love and Approach to discipline; she also has to her credit a number of publications including the hugely popular book Students Speak: Effective Discipline For Today's Students.
In his opening remarks, Founder and Principal Dr. N.K.Dutta elaborated on the importance of having self discipline as one of the foundational pillars of the school. Dr.Betsy Geddes began her session with wit and asked all participants to take note of the sweeping social changes in the post-globalized technological world.
She pointed out the important domains of change including changing parents, nuclearization of families, demanding parents with high behavior expectations from wards to be inculcated by the school, teaching as a job not as a profession or as a passion and changing children with technological access not only to their family but to the entire world. Citing the conceptual origin of discipline, she indicated the two approaches -the punish or the enforcer and the enable or teach model. She urged teachers to adapt themselves and be positive role models as students pick up the cues from the teachers and respond accordingly. She observed that as a child grows it leads to an increase in 'basic interaction needs 'namely-inclusion, control, affection and competency. Children as students have an instinctive sense of protection of their self which manifests in either passive or aggressive behavior profiles.
Dr.Geddes held the view that students tend to find supportive relationships at home, school, with peers and in cyber space. She sensitized the teachers on the importance of protecting the self worth of every student as it acts as a crucial behavioral element. She charted an effective discipline plan having efficient, effective and humane dimensions. She emphasized that students need to be held responsible and once this is enforced they realize the consequences of their action as they have to take decisions for their conduct.She held that internal positive and attitudinal change to be the key to strengthening self discipline the love and logic way.


MBRS News Bureau: Nov 01 Distinguished educationist, scholar and renowned psychologist Mr. Stan Davis conducted an impressive and enlightening two day workshop with the students on bullying - prevention and overcoming strategies at the city's premier residential school Miles Bronson, Borjhar. Author of the well known books: Schools Where Everyone Belongs: Practical Strategies to Reduce Bullying, Empowering Bystanders in Bullying Prevention, Stan Davis is a graduate in Psychology from Brown University leading to certification in School Guidance from University of Southern ME, USA.
Mr. Stan Davis was accorded a very warm welcome with a sarai and gamocha. In his opening remarks Founder and Principal of the school Dr.N.K.Dutta shared his concern regarding the global menace of bullying including technology embedded cyber bullying as a major modern day threat affecting society including the domain of the school and urged the student participants to be alert against such practices. Master psychologist Stan Davis began his presentation in a truly musical style as he played his guitar to cheer up proceedings.
In his typical flair, he provided a very thought provoking and historical insight on the idea of bullying which was prevalent in the USA due to the infamous Segregation Laws, the role Civil Rights activists like Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr, the impact of the Civil Rights Movement including the1955 Montgomery Bus Boycott in USA to overcome racial bullying. Quoting excerpts from Dr. Niti Rana, he highlighted the importance of a 'life free from violence and fear' to overcome bullying. Citing numerous bullying types Mr. Davis focused on some of the specifics related to the school environment including teasing, using inappropriate language, passing comments, gender insensitivity, physical bullying, hitting often without any reason, bragging, seniors dominating juniors as prevailing trends and asked the student participants to strengthen their mental immunity by using their 'mental filter' as action begins in the mind and students tend to be reactive, succumb to peer pressure and are often unable to take an independent stand.
Positive peer support including care, concern, empathy, support, ignoring the same and at times having a humorous approach to situations ease the negativity associated with bullying. Mr. Stan Davis, co-leader with the Youth Voice Research Project which has collected information from more than 13,000 students in the United States about what works also made a very important suggestion to the students to be the catalyst for attitudinal change to overcome bullying .Citing the path breaking research by Carol Dweck, he urged the students to cultivate a positive self image and shun feelings of superiority as the process of self reflexivity tends to generate negative images and provide the ground to intensify bullying. The interactive session saw students asking numerous questions which Mr. Stan Davis replied with wit and wisdom.


MBRS News Bureau: Sep 29 Dr.N.K.Dutta, founder and Principal was awarded with The Best Principal Trophy by the Science Olympiad Foundation (SOF) in the 4th International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO) for his continued support rendered towards popularization of Mathematics in North East India in pursuance of the motto of the school of striving for excellence through education.It may be noted that Bronsonians have achieved remarkable success in the said competition(s) by securing top honors and berths, raising the bar and setting new bench marks in accomplishment due to the inspirational and exemplary leadership of the Principal who has led from the front with a wide array of effective teaching, learning methodologies in the teaching of natural sciences and mathematics including pupil friendly technology embedded software where complex concepts are simplified and easily internalized by the pupils and consolidation of core concepts followed by a new and higher level of thinking and application .The process has helped pupils hone their skills in facing these competitions with ease and they are raring to go for the much sought after IITs and medical examinations.

Selected & Participated in the Leadership: An Evolving Vision (LEV) Program at the Principal's Center, Harvard Graduate school of Education at Harvard University

MBRS News Bureau: Jul 13 Dr.N.K.Dutta, founder and Principal participated in the Leadership: An Evolving Vision (LEV) Program hosted by Principal's Center, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Harvard University, Boston, USA from 6th to 12th July 2011.The conclave of the sharpest minds in the domain of education brainstormed on the sweeping changes in teaching, learning and evaluation processes in the post-globalized world order as also numerous pertinent issues including immunity to change, the current buzz in the hub of academia, to the vital role of applying the instructional core involving teacher , students and the contents in a meaningful and integrated relationship in real classroom learning situation in the process of curriculum transaction. Post certification and training, Dr.N.K.Dutta has shared the learning experience and the deliverables with the faculty and the effort in tune with the policy to apply the best teaching learning practices has effected a sea change in student centric learning and also in maximizing potential.

Achievements in South Asia's Largest Inter-School Fiesta organized by Horlicks Wiz Kids-2011

MBRS News Bureau: Sep 13 MBRS cap adorned once again! On 13th Sept.2011 Horlicks Wiz Kids Organized South Asia's Largest Inter-School Fiesta at Pragjyoti IIA Complex Guwahati, Assam where our Bronsonians are the proud recipients of Best Disciplined School Award a special prize bestowed upon them. After strict scrutiny and observation besides winning prizes on different categories like Nayan Bora of Class III won the 1st Prize in Group A - Arts competition, Heena Daimary of Class X B and Prerana Malakar of Class XI Arts won the 2nd prize in Painting Competition and Story Writing Competition respectively in Group B Category. Marter Nyarak, XI (Sc) & Debemita Laishram, IX A wins the consolation prize in Group B 30 second on the spot Singing Competition.

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