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CMS Mahanagar Campus organized a four day International Maths, Science and Computer Fest ‘Macfair International 2018’ from 8 to 11 September at CMS Kanpur Road auditorium in which around 700 participants of Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and various states of India showcased their talents though a series of computer oriented competitions. This Science festival was inaugurated on 8 September by the Chief Guest Dr Rita Bahuguna Joshi, Minister for Women and Family Welfare, UP, amidst great rejoicing and colourful spectrum of dances and songs presented by the students of CMS Mahanagar Campus. Convenor of Science Fest, Dr Kalpana Tripathi, Principal, CMS Mahanagar, welcomed the Chief Guest and other dignitaries.
Addressing the gathering at the inaugural function, the Chief Guest, Dr Joshi said that science should be used for human welfare and development. “I see immense possibilities for progress and development in these young scientists and I firmly believe that this new generation of students will make new innovations and inventions that promote the development of the human race.”
I am delighted to inform you that CMS Gomti Nagar I, has been ranked as one of the top ranking schools of India by Education World ELITE (Emerging Leaders in Innovation, Technology & Education) national rankings. It also stands first in Uttar Pradesh in the Education World annual school rankings of co-ed schools, based on a national survey of stakeholder perceptions along 14 different academic and non-academic parameters of school quality. Other CMS campuses have done exceptionally well too in the state and national rankings, reflecting the quality of rounded education imparted at CMS.
While preparation for the half-yearly exams concentrated minds on study, September was not without its share of excitements. The joyously celebrated Teachers Day was an opportunity to thank teachers for taking CMS students to unforeseen heights, from achievement in the Board exams, to selections in prestigious universities/colleges of India and abroad, to winning scholarships via competitive examinations. We just don’t tire of repeating our Principals’ and teachers’ crowning glory – that of giving three national toppers in the ISC class 12 board exams this year, with All India Rank 1 – two from Mahanagar campus and one from the Kanpur Road campus !
CMS Mahanagar organized the International Mathematics and Computer Fair, ‘Macfair’ where students from Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal and different parts of India shared their knowledge of science and mathematics through a series of engaging competitions.
The KIDS Bonanza event for pre-primary age children by CMS Station Road was full of fun and enjoyable activities for the tiny tots. It was also a great opportunity to nurture talent by providing a big platform for the little ones gathered there from across 88 schools of Lucknow.
Wishing parents a very happy Dussehra!
Teachers Day celebrations were held at CMS on 4 September, on the eve of Teachers Day at CMS Gomti Nagar Campus II auditorium. The programme began with the lighting of lamp by the Chief Guest, Shri Piyush Goyal, Minister for Railways, Govt. of India and garlanding of the portrait of great teacher-philosopher, former President of India, Bharat Ratna Dr Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan. The occasion was marked with greater significance in the presence of Cabinet Minister, Technical Education and Medical Education, UP, Mr Ashutosh Tandon and Mayor of Lucknow, Mrs Sanyukta Bhatia. Chief Guest, Mr Piyush Goyal honoured the most deserving and devoted teachers of CMS, with honours and awards as well as cash prizes of Rs. 1.5 crore rupees for their outstanding services.
It was a dream come true for the four ISC toppers of CMS, namely, Radhika Chandra, Saman Wahid, Sakshi Pradyumn and Mansi Acharya when they were invited by the President of India Hon’ble Mr Ram Nath Kovind to celebrate the Independence Day at Rashtrapati Bhawan. They not only attended the flag hoisting ceremony but also had a talk with the Hon’ble President and other dignitaries over tea and refreshments at the Rashtrapati Bhawan. The other eminent dignitaries included the Vice President, Prime Minister, Chairperson of Lok Sabha, Former Presidents and Prime Minsters, several ministers and bureaucrats. These national toppers of ISC (Class XII) Board Examinations 2018 are Radhika Chandra and Saman Wahid of CMS Mahanagar and Sakshi Pradyumn of CMS Kanpur Road who topped in the ISC (Class XII) India level Board Examination for securing 99.50% marks. Mansi Acharya of CMS Gomti Nagar Campus I secured second position in this examination with 99.25% marks. This was the first time the President had ever invited ISC Board toppers for the Independence Day celebrations at the President's House.
CMS Founder, Dr Jagdish Gandhi accompanied by Mr Shishir Srivastava, Head of International Relations, CMS, visited South Korea to participate in the 'World Alliance of Religions Peace Summit' held in Seoul. The theme of the conference was 'Collaboration for Peace Development: Building a Peace Community through the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War.'
CMS Gomti Nagar Campus has been ranked amongst the top ranked schools as per the Education World ELITE TM (Emerging Leaders in Innovation, Technology and Education) EW India School Rankings 2018-19.
Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) conducts ICSE and ISC Board Examinations every year at All India level for Classes X and XII respectively. The ICSE Exam is based upon syllabi of Classes IX and X while the ISC exam is based on syllabi of Class XI and XII and the Merit List is prepared at All India level by the Council.
The Council has set up new rules for promotion of students from Class IX to X and Class XI to XII on the basis of Internal Examinations in classes IX and XI respectively. According to the New Rules for promotion of students from Class IX to X (ICSE) based on Internal Examination in Class IX –