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A delegation of CMS Kanpur Road 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 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 on 4 and 5 December 2017
Dr Vineeta Kamran, Principal, CMS Kanpur Road Campus was elected the President of Association of Schools for the Indian School Certificate (ASISC) for the 3rd time. Dr Kamran was unanimously elected by more than 1500 Principals and educators of all the ISC and ICSE schools of India during the Golden Jubilee 60th Annual Conference of ASISC held at Jaipur in November 2017. She was also nominated the member of the Academic Committee of National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India for her massive experience and her untiring efforts to make students 'Total Quality Persons.'
CMS students performed exceptionally well in the ACER International Benchmark Tests conducted by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), with 3 students securing 100% marks and winning top positions at international level. These students, placed on Honour position, are Ayush Shukla of Class IV, CMS Aliganj Campus I in English, Anahita Singh of Class VIII, CMS Cambridge Section in English and Atharv Narayan of Class IX, CMS Gomti Nagar Campus II in Science. Each of these world toppers were presented with cheques of Rs. 50,000/- by the CMS Management. Several other students were awarded High Distinction and Distinction certificates. At the IBT organized once a year in many countries for Classes III to X, the topper is awarded the Honour Certificate while the top five percent of performers get Certificates of High Distinction and the 90 to 95 percentile are awarded the Certificates of Distinction.
After the announcement of the results of the ISC and ICSE Board Examinations, in May 2017, CMS organised a special function to felicitate the meritorious students of ISC and ICSE as well as the toppers of competitive examinations like CLAT, IIT etc., and those selected in top ranking administrative services like the IAS and others. Later, as the year progressed, felicitation ceremonies were held to honour the toppers and position holders of the first and second comparative examinations. Those who earned laurels for the school with their achievements in national and international level competitions or represented the country abroad were also honoured.
CMS alumnus, Major Aditya Vikram Singh (1st Mechanized Infantry), was honoured with the prestigious Sena Medal for his exemplary bravery by General Bipin Rawat, Chief of Army Staff and H.E. Mr Ramnath Kovind, the Hon'ble President of India, on the occasion of Army Day on 15th January 2018 at Delhi. His relentless will, coupled with exceptional courage, led to the elimination of two terrorists and apprehension of two others on 14th December 2016.
Divya Tuli, an alumna of CMS Kanpur Road Campus was honoured with the prestigious Pravasi Bharat Ratna award at the UP Investors Summit. The award was presented to Divya amidst huge applause by the Minister for State for External Affairs, General V. K. Singh and State NRI Minister Mrs Swati Singh, for social, charitable and community work in the U.K. where Divya lives and works. Divya graduated from CMS Kanpur Road Campus in 1997.
Aakansha Singh and Aniket Giri of Class XI, CMS Gomti Nagar Campus I, were among the four Times SPARK scholarship winners of ₹ 1,00,000/- each from the city of Lucknow. Aakansha and Aniket were among the 300 awardees of the country. The Times Scholarship Programme for Awareness, Responsibility and Knowledge (SPARK), is an initiative by Times of India to encourage the habit of reading among the students.
Suryansh Raj Srivastava of Class VI, CMS Kanpur Road Campus was awarded Rs. 51,000/- as prize for securing first position in an essay writing competition on road safety organized by the Government of Uttar Pradesh. Shagun Srivastava of CMS Rajendra Nagar III was awarded Rs. 11,000/- as the third prize in this competition. The competition was organized on 22 March by the Regional Transport Office, Lucknow for Classes VI to X.
CMS Station Road Campus was awarded the national 'Paryavaran Mitra Earthian Award' for working towards environmental conservation and for motivating students to work for it. Among the 300 schools nationally, two schools from UP were selected for this award including this Campus. The Paryaran Mitra Earthian Award is a very prestigious venture of the Centre for Environment Education, Ministry of Environment and Forests that is specially awarded to students and youth to encourage greater concern for environmental issues. CMS Station Road Campus was conferred with this award for its students' remarkable work in the field of 'Biodiversity and Sustainability'.
In the inspiring guidance of Principal Dr (Mrs) Vineeta Kamran, the students' team of CMS, Kanpur Road Campus was honoured with the coveted WIPRO Earthian Award 2017 for the fourth consecutive year and awarded a trophy, certificate and cash prize of one lakh rupees. The CMS team was awarded for its exemplary work on 'Sustainability and Biodiversity'. At a grand function held at the Wipro auditorium in Bengaluru in the first week of February, the Chairman of Wipro, Mr. Azim Premji gave away the award to the CMS teachers Mrs Neelam Pandey and Mrs Kavita S. Shahi and students- Vishesh Upadhyay, Chandrima Nath, Himanshu Mishra, Tweesha Sahni and Shruti Yadav amidst loud applause in a jampacked auditorium.
Mahi Pandey of Class X, CMS Rajajipuram Campus I, and GR Rakesh of Class X, CMS Indira Nagar Campus, were selected to serve as Global Scholars at the 2018 Global Young Leaders Conference to be held in Washington DC and New York City. This opportunity placed these CMS students among a select group of top students across the globe and will help them learn international leadership strategies and appreciate diverse cultures. At this conference, students from 145 countries will be exposed to a wide range of learning through mutual exchange of ideas, development of strategies for a better world, knowledge of different cultures and traditions and developing a global viewpoint.