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December 2018

'QUANTA' Science Festival organized by CMS Chowk Campus from 24 to 27 November 2018

Mrs Aditi Sharma
Principal and Convenor

The ever-popular Science Youth Festival 'Quanta' was organized with its usual aplomb and gaiety by CMS Chowk Campus from 24 to 27 November, attracting young scientists from far and near to the World Unity Convention Centre, CMS Kanpur Road, chosen venue of the Science Fest. Chief Guest, Mr Paras Nath Gupta, State Information Commissioner inaugurated the grand cultural extravaganza put up by the students of CMS Chowk Campus on 24th evening at the opening ceremony. Participating countries included Brazil, Finland, Germany, Jordan, Lebanon, Nepal, Malaysia, Russia, Uzbekistan and various states of India. Competitions were held in various branches of science as well as in mathematics, computers, robotics and mental ability through debate, science quiz, aqua challenge water-craft race, acta mathematica mathematics quiz, obstacle robot race, mental ability test etc. Convenor of the Festival, Mrs Aditi Sharma, Principal, CMS Chowk Campus, welcomed the guests at the inaugural function. She outlined the main objectives of the science festival saying that it provided a global platform for the young scientists to showcase their talents and make full use of their budding creativity in the field of science. CMS Aliganj Campus I bagged the Quanta 2018 overall championship while CMS Gomti Nagar Campus I was the 1st Runner Up and Almetyevsk Boarding High School won the second Runner Up trophy.

Chief Guest, Mr Paras Nath Gupta, State Information Commissioner, inaugurating Quanta 2018
Robo racers ready to go
Writing their answers

A cultural feast
Graceful belles
The science debate

Aqua Challenge race
Prize-winners are we

International Computer Olympiad 'COFAS-2018' organized by CMS Rajendra Nagar Campus III
from 31 October to 3 November

Mrs Jayashree Krishnan
Principal and Convenor

The four-day International Computer Olympiad 'COFAS-2018' organized by CMS Rajendra Nagar Campus III was magnificently inaugurated on 31st October at CMS Kanpur Road auditorium. Chief Guest on this occasion, Mr Siddharth Nath Singh, Minister, Medical and Health, UP, ceremoniously inaugurated this mega event by lighting the lamp of learning. Mrs Jayashree Krishnan said that it was her belief that this computer olympiad would be helpful in developing a scientific and technological approach in students through competitions and mutual interaction. The festival was organized from 31 October to 3 November, in which over 700 students from Nepal, Jordan and various parts of India participated. It aimed at promoting computer knowledge of students as well as creating global understanding and unity by rich exchange of ideas and competitions related to computers. The presence of the participating teams made the whole auditorium appear as a cyber-village with the buzz of computer technology, multimedia and latest information being exchanged by students of diverse cultures. Participants amazed the judges and audience alike with their talents in contests like Confabulor (debate), Computer Wizard, Softek, Capacided (Aptitude Test), Ad-tech (advertisement), The Footage and Matheletes (Maths) Contest etc.

Chief Guest, Mr S. N. Singh, Minister, Medical and Health, U.P., inaugurating the Computer Fest-‘COFAS’
World Peace Prayer ceremony
Cultural extravaganza

A Welcome Song
Young scientists racking their brains
Dr Roger Kingdon, scientist from the U.K and team leaders, light the lamp of scientific knowledge

The grand finale
Closing ceremony dance item

International Year of Tolerance organized by CMS Jopling Road Campus on 23 November

Mrs Roli Tripathi
Principal and Convenor

CMS Jopling Road Campus celebrated the UN International Day of Tolerance on 23rd November. It may be mentioned that UNESCO celebrates 'International Day of Tolerance' every year on November 16 to promote unity, peace, cordiality and tolerance in the world. CMS Jopling Road campus, in the guidance of Principal, Mrs Roli Tripathi, organized several contests viz., Poetry Recitation, Elocution, Debate and Slogan Writing Competitions starting on 16th November and culminating in the grand cultural evening on 23rd November at CMS Gomti Nagar Campus II auditorium. On this occasion, students presented several educational-cultural items conveying the message of unity, peace, cordiality and compassion across the world, a true picture of 'Vasudhaiv Kutumbkam' and a grand portrayal of 'Model United Nations (MUN)' put forth their views on the burning global problems related to the theme of tolerance and understanding among diverse culture, religion and countries. Earlier, Chief Guest, Padamshree Ms Parveen Talha, IAS (Retd.) inaugurated the function and addressed the parents. She said that the virtue of tolerance and undersatanding is intimately related to love, peace, hope and unity. We live in an interdependent world which is fast shaping up as a global village. We must be tolerant towards each other as in this, lies the benefit and progress of all humanity. Events began with the recital of School Prayer, Welcome Song and Vande Mataram followed by All Religion Prayer, World Peace Prayer and Prayer Dance, filling the auditorium with spiritual bliss. Group singing, street play 'Hum Hi Aushadh, Hum Hi Mool', Qawwali dedicated to parents, mothers' group singing etc. kept the audience captivated.

Padmashree Ms Parveen Talha, IAS (Retd) lit up our hearts with her gracious presence as Chief Guest
The MUN was based upon tolerance and understanding in a global society
Our qawalli was spiritually elevating and gratifying for parents

Talents ran riot at our cultural fest