We are already aware that the ‘Honour Boards’ at BCS are a source of inspiration and very dear to all of us.
Every time we visit School and see our name/s displayed on those boards, we feel ecstatic and proudly show it to our children, wife, friends etc. Because to be up there sums-up our hardwork, our achievements and entire time spent in school, be it sports or academics.
But if a name is not rightly displayed or mis-spelt, we feel dejected and embarrassed.
Therefore, with due apology, I humbly request you to inform us via email Ashwani Singh Virk <firstname.lastname@example.org>or WhatsApp (98101-94724), if you have noticed such an un-intended error in your name displayed or any other related mistake on the ‘Honour Boards’ at School so that we are able to request them to rectify the same at the earliest.
President- OCA Delhi (NCR) Chapter
He graduated from Selwyn College, Cambridge, in 1921 with honors in Theology.
Ashwani Singh Virk ratified as the new VP of OCA Delhi Chapter
You have been a long standing, active, and dedicated member of the OCA.
We wish you continued success!
The new committee for OCA Delhi Chapter was formed and confirmed on 26th August 2020. The meeting could not be held earlier due to covid precautions.
- K.Vijay Singh – President
- Ashwini Virk – Vice President
- Jaspinder Kochar – Secretary
- Gurvinder Kochar – Jt.Secretary
- Anurag Batra – Treasurer
- Dr.Romesh Lal – Member
- Ashwani Nanda – Member
- Jaspal Sawhney – Ex President
- Harpreet Khatkar – Ex.Secretary
- Chetan Singh – Co-opted Member
- Anil Soni – Co-opted Member
- Rajesh Bhalla – Co-opted Member
President OCA Delhi Chapter.
[Above received from Ashwani Singh Virk with thanks]
It gives me great pleasure and pride, as would all fellow Cottonians feel, in informing you that Karma Tenzin Nyangmi, Old Cottonian of Batch 1998, School Prefect of House Curzon, and Awardee of Full School Blazer for Sports, successfully arrived at the summit of Mount Everest at 1:05pm on 15 May 2019.Ayush Rajbhandari / OCA NEPAL
It was a 39 days expedition starting on 9 April 2019 with an international team of 12 members, out of which only 6 completed the course, 4 descended from Camps 2 and 3, and, unfortunately, 2 perished.
Karma waived the Bishop Cotton School crest at the top of world!
Many Nepalese OCs here are hoping for a slide-show and talk night with him soon.