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Chief Guest, Shri Yogi Adityanath, Chief Minister of UP, lit the sacred lamp of learning to inaugurate the International Media Conference on 'Curbing Gender Violence : Role of Media, Society and School' organized by CMS at Kanpur Road auditorium on 5 August 2018. In his inaugural address, the Chief Minister said that Indian culture is based on 'yog' not on 'bhog'. It promotes the spirit of self-sacrifice and balance of body and mind or 'yog' rather than acquisition of material wealth or 'bhog'. The occasion was made memorable with the luminous presence of important dignitaries like Dr (Mrs) Rita Bahuguna Joshi, Cabinet Minister, Women and Family Welfare, UP; Mrs Swati Singh, Minister of State (Independent Charge), Women and Family Welfare, UP; Mrs Sanyukta Bhatia, Mayor, Lucknow; Shri Avneesh Awasthi, IAS, Principal Secretary, Information, UP, along with several media heads, journalists, academicians and eminent guests who arrived from across the country.
A stage presentation by students of CMS Rajajipuram Campus I on the plight of the girls and women in society drew applause.
The international musical event of CMS Aliganj campus – Celesta International – was a joyous celebration of dance, music, drama and choreography, and it brought together school teams from many states and several countries for four days of fun filled learning through music.
Recognizing the key role of the media and of schools in shaping thinking, the CMS conference in early August brought together media personalities from across India to deliberate with CMS teachers on how to curb gender violence – raising teachers’ consciousness of their role as transmitters of attitudes about gender equality. Yogi Adityanath Honb’le Chief Minister graced the event.
August has seen a great deal of training at CMS. Dr. Sohayl Mohajer has been training teachers and psychological counsellors at all CMS campuses, in bringing classroom discipline in amicable ways and how to effectively counsel children and parents.
The school’s Career Counselling Cell added Mr Vatsal Chandra as the Head Career Counsellor based at CMS Head Office. 14 CMS career counsellors and two CMS principals attended the four-day IC3 (Institute of Career and College Counselling) conference in Delhi at the end of August, which brought together school career counsellors and university admissions tutors from a range of high profile schools of India and universities of both India and abroad, as well as organisations that fund bright students. A debriefing with these 16 CMS participants on 31st August documented all the learning from this conference. Clearly, we shall be able to provide a more robust career counselling service henceforth.
Teachers Day falls on 5th September, the birthday of one of the greatest teachers-philosophers of all time, former President of India, Bharat Ratna Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. At CMS, the function will be held on 4th September, the eve of Teachers Day, at CMS Gomti Nagar Campus II auditorium. Prizes in cash and kind worth over one crore rupees will be given to the most deserving and dedicated CMS teachers on this day.
On 27 July, a grand Meritorious Students' Felicitation Function was held at CMS Gomti Nagar Campus II auditorium wherein the toppers of ISC First Comparative Examinations 2018 were honoured. Chief Guest, Mr Satish Mahana, Minister for Industrial Development, UP, congratulated the CMS students, saying that it is these students who will bring name, fame and honour to the country. Earlier, thousands of CMS students took out a large 'Character Building March' from Maqdoompur Police Chowki to CMS Gomti Nagar Campus II. The Topper of first Inter-Campus Comparative Examination of ISC (Class XII), Pranjal Srivastava of CMS Mahanagar Campus with 91.21% marks, was specially honoured. Shreya Bhagat of CMS Gomti Nagar Campus I, who secured 98.80% marks in ICSE (Class X) Board Examination-2018 and topped in UP was also honoured. On 28 July, a grand Meritorious Students Felicitation Function was again held at CMS Gomti Nagar Campus II auditorium for ICSE students. Chief Guest on this occasion, Mrs Rita Bahuguna Joshi, Minister for Women and Family Welfare, UP, honoured the position holders of ICSE First Comparative Exams. Shashwat Verma of CMS Gomti Nagar Campus II secured the first position with 96.22% marks in these exams at inter-campus level and was honoured along with other ICSE position holders.
CMS Aliganj Campus I organized a 4-day International Cultural Olympiad 'Celesta International-2018' from 9 to 12 August 2018 at CMS Kanpur Road auditorium. Chief Guest, Mr Brijesh Pathak, Minister for Legislative, Justice and Political Pension, UP, inaugurated the function amidst great joy and enthusism. Approximately 500 students of Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and various states of India participated in the contests. Senior Principal of CMS Aliganj Campus I and Convener of 'Celesta International-2018', Mrs Jyoti Kashyap said that the aim of this cultural olympiad was to develop the talents of the younger generation through music, art and dance and spread the message of World Unity and World Peace.
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 –