WEEKLY NEWSLETTER OF CITY MONTESSORI SCHOOL, LUCKNOW, INDIA
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The seven‐day long 18th International Conference of Chief Justices of the World, starting with arrival of Heads of State and Heads of Government of six countries and Chief Justices and Judges of 56 countries of the world (total participants 270) in New Delhi on 7 November 2017, concluded in Lucknow on 14 November 2017 with the release of the Lucknow Declaration that summed up the gist of the deliberations that took place during this conference at CMS Kanpur Road Auditorium, the venue of the Conference.
Union Home Minister Hon'ble Mr Rajnath Singh was the Chief Guest of the first session of the conference held on 9 November 2017 at Le‐Meridien Hotel, New Delhi. Minister for Law and Justice, Hon'ble Mr Ravi Shankar Prasad gave a grand reception & High Tea in honour of Chief Justices & Judges at NDMC Auditorium at Sansad Marg, New Delhi on this evening. Hon'ble Yogi Adityanath, Chief Minister of U.P., formally inaugurated the Conference on 11th morning of at CMS Kanpur Road auditorium in Lucknow and also invited all the delegates for a grand reception and Dinner at his official residence. Hon'ble Dr Dinesh Sharma, Deputy Chief Minister of U.P., Hon'ble Mr Keshav Prasad Maurya, Deputy Chief Minister of U.P., Hon'ble Mr Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Union Minister for Minority Affairs, Govt. of India, Hon'ble Mr Brajesh Pathak, Minister of Law & Justice, U.P., Hon'ble Mr Kalraj Misra, M.P. and Mr Sudhanshu Trivedi, National Spokesperson of BJP addressed the eminent participants in various sessions of the International Chief Justices' Conference in Lucknow. The World Judiciary fully supported the need to bring about positive changes through effective world laws for safeguarding the future of 2 billion children of the world and generations yet to be born. CMS students presented a Model United Nations and a World Parliament which focussed on the need to end the threat of a third World War and the growing danger of a nuclear holocaust. The Children’s appeal to the Chief Justices of the World touched their hearts. It was truly felt that the World Judiciary is the last hope for survival of humanity on earth.
CMS organised its second Meritorious Students' Felicitation Function for ISC and ICSE students at CMS Gomti Nagar Campus II auditorium with great pomp and show on 16 and 18 November respectively. On 16 November, Chief Guest, Prof. Roger David Kingdon, renowned physicist from the U.K., advised the students to make their own notes, not copied from any book and make a perfect connect with their pen and eyes. Prof. Matthias Glowatz, Asst. Prof. University College Dublin, Ireland gave learning tips to the students. Radhika Chandra of CMS Mahanagar Campus was specially honoured for securing 92.24% marks in the 2nd Comparative Examination 2017 in ISC (Class XII), achieving first rank in all CMS campuses.
On 18 November, Chief Guest, Senior Professor of Computerv Department in Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur, Prof. (Dr) Dheeraj Sanghi gave useful tips to students for excellent results, success in career, choosing right institution for higher studies etc. Khushi Verma of CMS Station Road Campus was specially honoured on this occasion for securing 95.24% marks in the 2nd Comparative Examination 2017 in ICSE (Class X), achieving first rank in all CMS campuses.
CMS Chowk and RDSO Campus celebrated the 'Annual Mothers Day and Grandparents Day' on 17 and 19 November respectively at CMS Kanpur Road auditorium. Presence of large number of grandparents of students added special attraction in the celebration sending the message that without the support of grandparents, character development of children suffers and moral values cannot be instilled in them. A series of educational‐cultural items through which tity‐tots of school showed a glimpse of unity in diversity, cooperation, collaboration and togetherness and mesmerized the audience who applauded them with open heart. The huge gathering of audience marked a great source of encouragement to tiny‐tots and they also pleased them with their splendid talents.