Personality Development

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May 2018

CMS alumni on ladder of success

Ms Divya Tuli

Occupational Therapist in United Kingdom Former student of CMS Kanpur Road Campus
Ms Divya Tuli
Occupational Therapist in United Kingdom Former student of CMS Kanpur Road Campus

Divya Tuli, a former student of CMS, Kanpur Road Campus was honoured with the prestigious Pravasi Bharat Ratna award at the UP Investors Summit held on 21-22 February this year at Indira Gandhi Pratishthan, Lucknow. 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.

Bright and young Divya Tuli is among the select group of immigrants from India who have made it big in the U.K. and contributed to the development of society.

Divya joined CMS RDSO Campus in Class VIII and then moved onto Kanpur Road Branch for Classes XI and XII. She passed Class XII (ISC) in 1997 with a high percentage of marks. Her father worked as an Executive Engineer with the Jal Nigam and her mother has always been a homemaker. She has three sisters and a brother, all well-placed in their respective fields. Her elder sister, Dipti, also passed out of CMS and now works for CMS while her younger sister is a biochemist, Quality Control Officer and her younger brother is in the banking sector in USA.

At present, Divya is in a managerial role for Occupational Therapy Team currently with a county council in the UK and has been in a similar role since 2011. She moved to the UK in 2005 after getting selected for Occupational Therapist role with the same county council. She also assists her husband with his business of Graphic design/printing and property dealing.

Speaking of her alma mater, she says, “CMS provided motivation and encouragement to do more in life. The teacher’s dedication is important in bringing out the best in students.”

With her husband, Summit Tuli, Divya has founded Indian British group of Warrington. In her own words, “We celebrate Indian festivals raising awareness and integration among different communities. As an organization, we do social, charitable and community work.”

Her advice to the younger crop of students is simple and clear. “Put your best in and you will receive the best. Keep a positive attitude towards life and reflect regularly on what’s gone well, what not and how you will improve on yourself.” On a final note, Divya adds, “My Alma Mater provided the foundation for meaningful learning, I will always feel connected with it.”

Events - May 2018


Open Day of CMS Gomti Nagar Campus II at school premises


      3:00 pm

New Parents' Evening & CISV Presentation of CMS Gomti Nagar Campus I at CMS Gomti Nagar II auditorium


07:30 am to 10:30 am

Seminar by CLAT Possible - Moot Court Competition organised by CMS Kanpur Road at WUCC, Kanpur Road


       08:00 am to 01:00 pm

SAT Examination organised by CMS Gomti Nagar I at school premises


       09:00 am to 04:00 pm

Mini CISV Camp of CMS Gomti Nagar Campus I at school premises



Last working day for the students before the summer vacation


       07:30 am

Thanksgiving function for the teachers by QAID at CMS Gomti Nagar II auditorium



Roza Iftar at different CMS Campuses

Teachers who inspire

Mr Pankaj Srivastava
Music Teacher, CMS Chowk Campus

Mr Pankaj Srivastava was appointed in 1993 at CMS Chowk Campus as a music teacher. He made a mark for himself when in the same year under his able guidance, the school team bagged the 1st prize in western solo and group singing and the 3rd prize in Instrumental music, and also the championship at 'Crossroads' organized by St. Francis College, Lucknow. The team also bagged the championship at the event 'Extravaganza' when the students stood 1st in western vocal solo and group singing and 2nd in instrumental.

In 2006 students of Chowk campus got an opportunity to give their instrumental music examination conducted by the Trinity College, London. In 2007 another feather was added to the Chowk campus when it became a centre to conduct examinations on behalf of Trinity College, London. Under his able tutelage, students excelled in music and exams conducted by the Trinity College. In 2009 Sagar Gandhi topped in North India in Grade-2 Electronic Keyboard. Amaan Khan topped in Guitar Grade Initial in 2010 and Grade 4 in 2014. Mr Pankaj Srivastava also guided Avnisha Verma who topped in North India in Guitar Grade 1 in 2012. His dedication earned him the 'Certificate of Excellence' in music teaching from Trinity College, London in 2012.

His dedication to duty has been recognized time and again by CMS when in 1994, 1995 and 1998 he was awarded 'Certificate of Honour' for his excellent performance and contribution to co-curricular activities. His sincerity towards his work was further appreciated when he was awarded the 'Certificate of Honour' for not availing a single day leave in the academic session 2002-2003.

He is presently polishing his skills under the able guidance of music maestro from Georgia, Mr Shamim Movahhed.

Workshop on School Children's Transport Safety in collaboration with RTO, Lucknow

Eminent speakers of the workshop
CMS Drivers interacting with the RTO officials

In view of some recent unfortunate incidents involving school children that have taken place in different parts of the country, CMS, in collaboration with the RTO, Lucknow, organised a workshop on 'School Children's Transport Safety' for its 500 Drivers and Cleaners at CMS Gomti Nagar Campus I on 10 March 2018. On this occasion, Assistant Transport Commissioners, Mr Ganga Phal and Mr V K Singh; RTO, Mr A K Singh, Mrs Vidisha Singh and many other officials from the RTO guided the CMS transport staff on various safety points that they must observe while transporting the students to school and back.

Divyanka wins Silver Zone Foundation scholarship

Divyanka Mathur, a Class VI student of CMS, Rajendra Nagar Campus II has been awarded a onetime scholarship of ` 5000/- by the Silver Zone Foundation, New Delhi. Divyanka was awarded this scholarship due to her talent and academic excellence under the Merit-cum-Means Scholarship for Girls (SMMSG) to bear her educational expenses.

Love House bags seniors' football championship

Love House defeated Peace House by 3-2 margin to win the Seniors Inter-House Football Competition organized by CMS Rajajipuram Campus I.

CMS Inter-house Badminton Championship

CMS, Aliganj Campus I organized Inter-house Badminton Competition on April 15. Around 80 players of Love House, Peace House, Unity House and Hope House enthusiastically participated in the competition. In the boys' doubles final match, Harshit Verma and Ankush Saxena of Unity House defeated Abhinav Awasthi and Deependra Yadav of Hope House by 21-16, 21-13 whereas in girls doubles final, Manasvi and Vaishnavi of Love house defeated Priya and Anushree of Hope House by margin of 21-08, 21-12.

Inter House Basketball Championships held

The Inter-House Basketball Tournament was organized by CMS, Aliganj Campus I on the school basketball court. In primary boys’ category, the final match Hope House defeated Love House by 36-21 points. Similarly, in the primary girls’ category final match, Unity House defeated Love House by 24-09 points winning the championship trophy.

In the Junior finals, Hope House defeated Love House with a difference of 21-14 points to win the juniors' Championship trophy.