WEEKLY NEWSLETTER OF CITY MONTESSORI SCHOOL, LUCKNOW, INDIA
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Students of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal and India got together to participate in the International Environment Olympiad (IEO‐2017) organized by CMS Gomti Nagar Campus II at CMS Kanpur Road auditorium from 9 to 12 December 2017. While on the one hand, leading environmentalists and social workers interacted with the students and poured out their knowledge, on the other hand, competitions between the students of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal and India covering various aspects of a Green Revolution on earth added to the zest and flavour of the Green Fest. International Environment Olympiad was inaugurated by the newly‐elected Mayor of Lucknow, Chief Guest, Mrs SanyuktaBhatia by lighting the lamp of learning at CMS Kanpur Road auditorium on 9 December 2017. Amidst a colourful educational‐cultural programme presented by the students of CMS Gomti NagarCampus II in the honour of the participating students from india and abroad, Senior Principal of CMS Gomti Nagar Campus and Convenor, IEO‐2017, Ms Manjit Batra Co‐Convenor and Principal, Mrs Sangeeta Banerjee welcomed the guests. Next few days went in competitions like Declamation, Choreography, Imagineering my Future, Environmental Quiz, Clay Modeling, Court Room Drama, Street Play, Shoot Out and Future Friendly School, all aimed at creating awareness among students for a green and friendly earth. Quiz Master Mr Kartikeya Batra of Brainwiz, New Delhi conducted the quiz on environment with great expertise. The presence of Chief Guest Mr Avneesh Awasthi, IAS Principal Secretary, Information, U.P. and Special Guest of Honour, Mrs Malini Awasthi, popular folk singer added to the sparkle of the cultural evening on the penultimate day. Finally, the ball rolled in favour of The Millennium School, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow which walked off with the Campionship trophy while the junior category championship was bagged by Bal Bharti Public School, New Delhi. Chief Guest, Dr Ranbir Chandra Sobti, Vice‐Chancellor, Baba Saheb Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar University, gave away the prizes to the winners.
CMS Founder‐Manager Dr Jagdish Gandhi was honoured with the Hope of Humanity Award for promoting unity through meaningful education under the joint aegis of Quality Circle Forum of India (QCFI) and World Council for Total Quality and Excellence in Education (WCTQEE) at the 5th National Convention on Students' Quality Control Circle' held in New Delhi.
Dr Vineeta Kamran, Principal, CMS, Kanpur Road Campus has been elected the President of Association of Schools for the Indian School Certificate (ASISC). Dr Kamran was unanimously elected by more than 1500 Principals and educators of all the ISC and ISCE schools of India during the Golden Jubilee 60th Annual Conference of ASISC concluded at Jaipur. This is the third time when Dr Kamran has been elected as the President of ASISC.
Shreyansh Trivedi, a differently abled Class X student of CMS RDSO Campus was honoured with 'Ajaat Shatru Award' at national level along with a cash prize of Rs 11,000/‐ for his outstanding ability in the field of sports. Shreyansh was felicitated at 17th Bihar Award Ceremony held in Patna lately. Shreyansh has special interest in badminton and achieving prize on national level itself proves his ability. Shreyansh is the only student from Uttar Pradesh to represent
India for World Athletics Para Championship held in Switzerland and in Para Asian Games also. Uttar Pradesh Government gives him Rs 30,000/‐ per month as scholarship to encourage this world level sportsman for achieving more and more success.
A delegation of the campus comprising Class XI students, Shreyansh Sahay, Gaurav Gautam, Abhay Singh Yadav, Shubham Gupta, Dhaman Trivedi, Pratyush Kumar Yadav, Nihal Agarwal, Prachi Agarwal, Neelesh Gulati, Nishkarsh Gupta, Kushagra Satyam and Aakash led by teachers, Mr Vaibhav Srivastava, Mr Sijochan Antony, Mrs Sumita Bhadoria and Mrs Archana Behari won the Juran Award in case study presentation at 5th National Convention on Students' Quality Control Circles held in New Delhi on 4 and 5 December 2017.
CMS Rajendra Nagar Campus I & II celebrate Annual Mothers and Grandparents Day (2 Big Photos)Students of CMS Rajendra Nagar Campus I and II put up a grand show of talents at their 'Annual Mothers Day and Grandparents Day' held at CMS Kanpur Road auditorium respectively on 5 and 7 December 2017. Parents and grandparents were thrilled to watch the educational‐cultural programmes of students which not only showcased their multi‐sided talents in music and dance but also their innovative and creative skills. The parents' and grandparents' participation in the programme was a special attraction and it greatly boosted the efforts of the students.
Mridul Rathi and Ashmit Singh of Class VIII won the first prize for the video created by them on Litterless campaign under the YRE (Young Reporters for Environment) project. The YRE project, active in 25 countries of the world, aims to encourage the youth to take up social action projects related to sustainable development and environmental protection.