On 15th August, 2021, Miles Bronson Residential School (MBRS) has celebrated 75th Independence Day in both in person and virtual mode with splendor. The Live Online phase was with Students & Parents encompassing entire North East & the Country and on the other hand, Face to Face Mode was with MBRS Whole Staff (Teaching and Non Teaching) in august presence of Revered Founder and Principal, Dr. N. K. Dutta Sir at the school’s Assembly Courtyard.

The sublime program commenced with the Unfurling the Tricolour was ritualized by Revered Founder and Principal, Dr. N. K. Dutta Sir. In his address, at the very outset he extended Cordial 75th Independence Day Greetings to the entire MBRS fraternity by mentioning the theme of the event “Nation First, Always First.” He expressed a deep Tribute and Homage to all freedom fighters and martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of the country and elaborated how they made India free from British Colonial Rule. Dr. Dutta Sir emphasized about the Great Indian Tradition and Cultures with Unity in the midst of Diversity. He graciously referred about Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro as well as explained how India has been an Epicenter of Learning from ancient times by producing renowned Scientists, Philosophers, Mathematicians as the Global Assets from Indian Universities like Vikramashila, Nalanda and Takshashila, etc. Dr. Dutta Sir also highlighted and appreciated about the New Education Policy as a great initiative which will enable students in the domain of Competency Based & Experiential Learning by imbibing 21st Century Skills to make a transformational change from Young India into a Resourceful and Dynamic India. In his speech, Dr. N. K. Dutta Sir extended a huge round of applause with gratitude to the all the frontline COVID – 19 warriors like Heath Workers, Police, Emergency Service Providers, etc. for their selfless dedication to withstand the challenges in this Testing Times. At the end of his speech, Dr. Dutta Sir made a clarion call to all to instill values in life to be a true and worthy citizen of the Nation.

This was followed by a soul touching patriotic chorus “Nanha Munna Rahi Hoon” from Maahir M. Rizvi (Std. – 1); Doushik Das (Std. – 1); Reyansh Bhuyan (Std. – 1); Arthana Binu (Std. – 1); Paran Pratim (Std. – 1); Madhurjya Kashyap (Std. – 1); Sayasmita Das (Std. – 1); Hrishita Das (Std. – 1); Konseng Phukan (Std. – 1); Rajat Sharma (Std. – 1); Tanmoy Saharia (Std. – 1); Bhairabi Baruah (Std. – 2); Azara M. Tirth (Std. – 2); Angelina Iswary (Std. – 2); Yuvraj Kalita (Std. – 2) and Udayam Gogoi (Std. – 3). Eventually an enriching speech was from Shakila Nashin (Head Girl, MBRS) and a spectacular Patriotic Dance performance “Vande Mataram” from Jagriti Mazumdar (Std. – 5); Akshita Sharma (Std. – 5); Jitashree Das (Std. – 5); Alisha Tanvi (Std. – 5) & Barsha Thakuriya (Std. – 5). This was followed by another patriotic duet Mera Mulk Mera Desh from Bedanta Medhi (Std. 8) and Angshruta Phukan (Std. – 11). All the performances received mega applause from the entire Bonhomie. The vote of thanks was extended by Shidharth Laishram, Head Boy, MBRS and overall anchoring was done by Ms. Swati Das, TGT – English, aptly.