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The 2268 meritorious students of CMS who scored a whopping 90% to 99.50% marks in ISC and ICSE Board Examinations 2018 took out a grand 'Victory March' on the next day of the result to celebrate their stupendous success, a grand motivation for their successors. The 'Victory March' of these CMS students began from the Maqdoompur Police Chowki, Gomti Nagar Extension and turned into a huge assembly on reaching CMS Gomti Nagar Campus II auditorium, where these 2268 meritorious students were honoured for scoring 90% to 99.50% marks in ISC and ICSE Board Exams. On this occasion, Chief Guest, Mrs Rita Bahuguna Joshi, Cabinet Minister, Women and Family Welfare, UP, honoured the three most meritorious students of CMS, Radhika Chandra and Saman Wahid of CMS Mahanagar Campus and Sakshi Pradyumn of CMS Kanpur Road Campus, who secured the top rank in National Merit List of ISC (Class XII) Board Examination, by awarding them cash prize of ₹ 1 lakh each and mothers of these three students, were weighed in fruits and flowers while their fathers and teachers were presented Shawls of Honour.
CMS Founder Dr Jagdish Gandhi gave a cheque of Rupees One Lakh to Anmol Srivastava, the exemplary student of CMS Kanpur Road Campus for taking courage in a very trying and grievous situation. During the ISC (Class XIII) Board Examination-2018, Anmol's father suddenly passed away on the day Anmol had to take his maths paper. Even then, this outstanding student gathered courage to take his exam and scored 100% in mathematics. He took English exam on the next day and scored 97% marks in it. Thus, despite being put in a very serious and sorrowful situation, Anmol scored a whopping 98.25% marks bringing fame to the institution. Dr Gandhi has also appealed to the government and NGOs for extending a helping hand to this bright student and making it easier for him to continue his studies.
A 35-member delegation of CMS Kanpur Road Campus, under the guidance of Ms Susmita Basu, HOD, CMS QAID and Dr (Mrs) Vineeta Kamran, Principal of CMS Kanpur Road Campus, along with the teachers Mrs Shakuntala Singh, Mrs Archana Behari, Mrs Sumita Bhadoria and Mr Anil Kumar Dhami, Mr Sijochan K Antony, Mr Rajesh Adagle and Mr Vaibhav Srivastava participated in the International Convention on Students' Quality Control Circles held in Bangladesh. At this international convention, CMS students presented their quality concept through Case Study Presentation and also participated in various contests like collage, debate, slogan writing, quality quiz, skit etc. showcasing their skills on an international stage.
CMS Founder Dr Jagdish Gandhi, the chief speaker at this global convention addressed the quality experts and students' delegations of various countries, empowering children to find positive solutions of problems and channelizing youth's energy in creative skills in the current global scenario. The World Council for Total Quality and Excellence in Education (WCTQEE) had organised this international convention from 3 to 5 May in Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh.
Students of various CMS campuses collectively contributed a sum of ₹ 4 lakh which was donated as charity equally to SPARC India, an NGO for the welfare of disabled, and to the Animal Ashram, an NGO for helping beleaguered street animals. The collection made by CMS students for each charity on voluntary basis, was presented to the representatives from the two charity organisations by CMS Founder-Director Dr Bharti Gandhi.
The CMS students are helping these two organisation in their noble cause for past many years.