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Br. Mark Revo Miranda Memorial Tournament -2015

Saturday, 4th of July was a day of honour and pride for all the CCBI schools, as Br. Revo Mark Miranda Memorial Tournament, formally known as CCBI tournament commenced on that day. The sun shone brightly on all the willing participates and it was evident that it was the beginning of an indelible event. Our school hosted the under -13 soccer, under- 19 Badminton and under -19 Basketball matches. Br. Raj Norohna, the superintendent of St. Vincent’s Industrial training institute, added vivacity to the tournament by consenting to become the Chief Guest for the tournament. He kicked the Soccer ball and declared the tournament open. Spirits were running high and excitement could be felt throughout the walls of St. Vincent’s High & Technical School as the participants prepared for the games. The teams were led in by our prestigious school band. The teams were– St Mary ‘s(Mt Abu), Goethal’s Memorial (kurseong) , St. Joseph’s College Bow Bazar (Kolkata), St. Mary’s  (Dum Dum), St. John’s, Chandigarh, St. Edmund’s, Shillong ,our neighbouring  school St. Patrick’s  Higher & Secondary School and our very own St. Vincent High &Technical School. There was a short entertaining program before the first match to lift their spirits. After battling for three consecutive days, the teams played the final match on 6th of July .St. Edmund’s shillong gave a tough fight to Goethal’s Memorial and proudly walked away with the cup in the football tournament. In the Basketball match Goethals managed to defeat St. Joseph’s college, Bow Bazar, Kolkata and became the champions and in Badminton, the proud winners were St. John’s Chandigarh who fought against our...

RABINDRA JAYANTI – 2015

  “Let me not pray to be sheltered from danger but to be fearless in facing them, Let me not beg for the stilling of my pain, But for the heart to conquer it…….” These are the words of the great poet laureate, the revered composer of our National Anthem, noble prize winner from his book Gitanjali, the Jewel of India – Rabindranath Tagore.  The air was humming with excitement – the birds, the trees, nature herself seemed to flow into the rhythm of this auspicious day. The program which was organized to commemorate the 154th birth anniversary of Tagore commenced with a vivid introduction on the noble poet laureate followed by lighting of the lamp and garlanding of Tagore’s portrait by our Principal.  To lay emphasis on the purity of the cleansing fire, the song, ‘Aguner Poroshmoni’ was sung.  The boys of class 7C then took over as they portrayed the subjugated and shackle bound condition of colonial India through the pain stricken eyes of the passionate poet as depicted in the poem – “Where the Mind is Without Fear’.  They presented it in a very innovative style through a gripping mime performance. The students next paid a tribute to the selfless love and sacrifice of a mother through the poem of Tagore, ‘Birpurush’.  This was in keeping with the ‘mother’s day’,  which is universally celebrated on 10th of May every year.  The poem depicts how a young boy saves his mother from a band of dacoits.  He feels proud that he has been of use for his mother who had over the years protected him and nurtured...

Quiz Senior section – 2015

The vision of our school is to serve the society by developing in students higher intellectual, cultural, ethical & humane values. A quiz is a brief assessment used in education and similar fields to measure growth in knowledge, abilities and skills. If everything is under our control it means we are going too slow. Constant updating and improvement i.e. kiazen is the key word. The objective of these competitions include to create awareness among students on various  issues and make the students  well informed. The all round development of a child has been Vincentian’s suo motto. Not only are our children imparted bookish knowledge but every endeavor from the school is provided to showcase their multiple skills. It acts as a whetstone to sharpen their skills. The confidence thus gained helps them to shine in life. The school organized an intra class quiz event of the senior section from classes 8-12. The hall was filled with excitement and little nervousness as the participants assembled class by class in their respective seats in front of an excited audience. The school prefects took care of the discipline and the proceedings of the quiz competition. The quiz masters were Mr Thomas D Cruz and Mr Anand Prakash.There were various rounds on General , Science,Sports,Vocabulary,English Visual and Audio to test the students potential. The winning teams from classes 8 to 12 were as follows. Class      8B Class      9C Class      10A Class      11 B Class      12A                        Though quiz team competitions are often viewed as the pursuit of trivial knowledge, they encourage students to achieve academic excellence and increase their awareness of the world...

Middle School Quiz

Middle School Quiz Competition was held on the 20th of April 2015.  This was organized by the teachers, Mr. Steven Das and Mr. Sumanto Dey.  It was a fun filled competition where classes 5, 6 & 7 took part. We had an inter class Quiz where classes 5A, 5B & 5C were first to come on stage followed by classes 6A, 6B & 6C and lastly classes 7A, 7B & 7C.  Each class was represented by 4 boys. In the Quiz we had a General round which consisted of general questions based on Science, Sports, Maths and Literature.  Audio round which contained songs of English and Hindi.  The visual round had Logos of different companies and clips from English films. Lastly we had the Rapid fire round. 1ST ROUND OF QUIZ COMPETITION: Class 5A & 5B where the winners.  In class 5A the boys were Snehasish, Raktim, Soumyadeep and Sourish.  In class 5B the boys were Pratyush, Eshaan, Paveet and Rudra. Class 5C stood second; they were Raunak, Ansh, Devash and Trisham. 2ND ROUND OF QUIZ COMPETITION: Class 6B stood first, they were Nilimesh, Rajdip, Rounik and Akshay. Class 6C stood second; they were Priyanshu, Deep, Aryan and Arghadeep and class 6A stood third in the Quiz Competition they were Ekam, Arka, Shounak and Apoorva. 3RD ROUND OF QUIZ COMPETITION: The last round of the Middle Quiz competition was concluded with class 7. Class 7B stood first; they were Prithviraj, Debottom, Katyayan and Swastik.  Where as Class 7A stood second; they were Sayamil, Avik, Debjeet and Utkarsh and Class 7c stood third; they were Saptarshi, Amit, Tanay and Kanishka....

FOUNDER’S DAY – 2015

The 5th of May, 2015 was celebrated as ‘The Founder’s Day’.  This day is dedicated to our Blessed Edmund Rice, the founder of the Christian Brother Institutions. The day began with garlanding the portrait of Blessed Edmund Rice and lighting of the lamp by our   Principal Mr. Ravi Victor along with  a member from the teaching staff, the grade ‘D’ staff and a Student.  This was followed by a special Assembly conducted by the student of our Senior School. The Highlight of the assembly was the skit showcasing the life of our founder and how he began his mission of educating unruly and underprivileged children in Ireland.  It was followed by a hymn sung by our school choir and a dance performance by two of our senior school boys.  The assembly concluded with an inspiring speech by our Principal, appealing everyone to carry forward the mission of our founder in his or her own way. After the assembly there were several activities lined up for the students.  The junior and the Middle school children had a drawing competition held in their classrooms.  An inter – class football tournament was organized for the boys of the middle and senior school.  The senior school boys and girls also had a basketball tournament organized for them.  Once all the matches were over the children got a small treat from the school, which was served in their classrooms. As the school got over the catholic students and staff went for a special thanksgiving mass offered in the school chapel.  There was a short PowerPoint presentation which was shown before the mass, it...

MAY DAY – 2015

The first day of May is regarded as very auspicious because on this day people realize the actual importance of labourers.  As it is celebrated on the first of May, labours day is also called May day in India. The students of class VIII B conducted an assembly to throw light on the importance and respect the Grade D of the school. Sakshi Jalan and Karan Singh the anchors of the function, illuminated the vital role of lour Grade D staff and the great responsibility undertaken by them.  The students of class 8 B sang a hymn as they thanked the almighty for his blessings followed by prayers for the workers and their families. A group of students recited a Hindi poem followed by a skit performed by the students of class IX and XII depicting role of the workers behind the cleanliness and maintenance and to make the school and thereby the world a better place. The most touching episode was when the children bowed to Grade D members to show that they are all respected and loved. This was followed by an enthralling musical performance by the students of class X and XII and a mesmerizing dance by the students of class VIII and XII. The function was concluded with a speech by the Principal and the school anthem and the Lord’s Prayer. Mr. Umesh...