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Student Life@Campus

CBS Memorial Sr. Sec. School is located in green peaceful and calm environment. Spread over 4 acres of lush green landscaping, the campus has well designed hostel, a large sports facility with playgrounds.

The school houses a modern lecture hall with a seating capacity of 200 people. The library has a wide selection of books. For Visual and Creative arts, the school has an art gallery which displays some of the finest creations of the students. There are dance and music studios for Performing Arts.

The dining room is designed to take advantage of the excellent view of the surrounding hills. The kitchen is equipped with state of the art cooking equipment and a high standard of hygiene facilities.

There is an in-house laundry for students. Also there are water coolers for cold water supply in hostels.


Students are taught the diverse forms of the classical, western and folk. We aim to bring together classically-trained dancers and at the same time encourage the rich folk culture of our country. The students are exposed to several classical dance forms in the inter-house dance competitions conducted for the Middle School, High School and Higher Secondary School.


Music is an important co-curricular activity at CBS. The Music Department of CBS has a number of programs scheduled for all students and offers a wide variety of music study instructions in both Western and Indian categories. We are well aware that the magic of music has enormous impact on the imagination of young minds.

Our music teachers regularly take music classes and students are trained in a wide variety of Indian and Western musical instruments such as the sitar, tabla, dholak, flute, veena, violin, piano, keyboard and xylophone. There are opportunities for several recitals as well as performance during the year with the school musical groups at various venues. Competitions and programs are organized often to showcase the training imparted.


The school has separate and independent Brass and Pipe Bands and they steal the limelight during the Annual’s Day celebrations and other important state functions in the district. These units are administered and trained by professional band masters who have retired from the Defence Services. The students learn to play these instruments from Class V.


The School has a photography club equipped with a processing room. Interested students are taught photography and the developing, fixing and printing process. The evolving field of digital designing is also incorporated in the curriculum.