Dear Fellow Old Cottonians, The Delhi Chapter’s Annual Dinner event is scheduled for 21th September 2018 at the Gymkhana Club New-Delhi.All OC’s are requested to attend this gala function. The program is as follows:Time 7.30 pm onward. Dress: FORMAL.
Charges:- Rs. 1500 per head.
We would be grateful if those attending to inform us in advance by mail or Whatsapp message on 9811056361. You can also mail your payment cheque, payable to Old Cottonians Association India to OCA India, 2nd Floor Plaza Cinema Connaught Place New Delhi.For online transfer Punjab & Sind Bank A/C :- 0013100016103, IFSC:- PSIB0000013.
Old Cottonians from the batch 2008 & 2009 got together to start “Tricky Taka“, which is a state-of-the-art, artificially grassed football infrastructure designed to promote recreational football for fitness and health.
As part of our initiative, we conducted an informal football gathering on 10th Oct 2015.
After an overwhelming response to the first edition we would, with the help of the Old Cottonians Association, we’d like to invite all Cottonians interested to attend the event.
The purpose of the event is not only to revive the spirit of sports that each Old Cottonian felt back in the School days, but also to promote fitness on a routine basis.
A 6 a side CAGE FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT for football enthusiasts who love the game and enjoy some serious competition. The tournament is open for all age groups and is the first of many to come. Cottonians from various batches will be participating in the tournament with the best coming to the fore and proving their might in the Arena.
— Not more than 6 people can register in a team.
— It is a 6 vs 6 Tournament — Team must give the name of the players by 9th of January, Sunday.
— Registration Charges: 500 Rs/ Per Player inclusive of 3 chilled beers.
— Rewards: The winning team will be awarded with a Running Cup along with a FREE ENTRY TO THE NEXT EVENT.
* High Quality Playing Field
* Music on the Field
* Qualified Referees
* Parking Facilities
* Convenient Location
* Accessible by Metro
FOR REGISTRATIONS CALL US AT: 9769350052/ 9915009986/ 9968037655.
Would kindly request you to get back to us, so that we may send you the necessary details for the same. Or visit our Facebook Page
Thanks and regards
Curzon / 2009
Please find attached a small creative that we had used to circulate the details of the event within our personal network :
Agenda for the AGM of OCA, India
At No.1, Aurobindo Marg,New Delhi at 11 AM on 23rd October 2015.
1. Presenting of Accounts
2. Update of OCA events/activities from April 2015 till date.
3. To initiate collection of pictures and information to be used during digitising of school records.
4. List of OC’s with their backgrounds.
5. OCA Website
6. New projects and events to be initiated
7. Any other point with the permission of the Chair.
BM Singh, President OCA (India) and his wife Ravi Singh hosted a dinner for the batch of 1961 who will go up to Simla to celebrate their 50 years of leaving School this week. The dinner was hosted at the Deck Suite at the India Habitat Centre
The numbers for this batch have dwindled rapidly but their gusto and enthusiasm remains undiminished. In typical OC style,
Sukhinder Singh, Billy Gill, Adarshpal Singh, accompanied by Ajay Thiara drove in yesterday [17th Sept] morning from Chandigarh for this dinner. The dinner which began early at 7.30 pm concluded almost near the mid-night and these gentlemen then drove right back last night. They were sleeping when Ashok Mulchandani rang to seek some assistance and advice!! What do you expect ? !!
The following other guys from the 1961 batch were present: Veenu & Jaiwant Gill Nano & Ricky Sawhney Anita & Sudhir Khanna Sudhir Kashyap Ashok Mulchandani
The others present were: Harry Bedi Jyoti & R S Sodhi Ritu & Neel Mehra Anupam Thapa Vatsala & Vijay Khurana
The pictures that Sudhir Khanna took, and sent as a separate mail with a Picassa link, simply indicate what a lovely evening it was. What I am doing is sending some of these pictures with the names of the persons labelled (left to right pattern) so that you can identify the persons in the respective pictures. Unfortunately, the quality of my attachments is not outstanding but Sudhir’s mail will give you a much better idea. Go full screen and a slide show to get the complete effect of what a group with an average of 60 can do and enjoy an evening!
We take this opportunity to wish the 1961 batch a happy and lovely reunion.
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