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CMS alumni on ladder of success

Arsh Ali
Youngest Archaeologist Path-breaking study on Egyptian Buddhism
Ex-student of CMS, Gomti Nagar Campus I

17 year old Arsh Ali is a brilliant student who has made archaeology his career. He passed his class X from CMS Gomti Nagar Campus I and is fondly remembered by his teachers as a bright young child with tremendous concentration and soaring ambition to do something new.

At the age of 13, during a visit to the Imambara, he was telling his mother about the monument's history which a tourist overheard. He asked his mother to meet officials at ASI office to guide him on how to make a career in this field. ASI officials sent him to Delhi with a recommendation and he was given permission to accompany. ASI archaeologists on their excavation trips.

Arsh has visited the excavation sites at Sinauli and Barnawa in Bhaghpat, Purana Qila in New Delhi, Buddhist sites in Sanchi in Madhya Pradesh, Satdhara in Himanchal Pradesh, Sonari in Assam, Harappan site named 4 MSR new Binjor village in Rajasthan, all under ASI, Rakhi garchi, the largest Harappan site in Haryana under Deccan college and Goalpara district under Directorate of archaeology, Assam.

Events - September 2018


Inter Campus Junior Science Examination for Class VI organised by QAID at Rajendra Nagar Campus I


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Teachers Day Function organised by QAID at Gomti Nagar Campus II auditorium


Teachers Day celebration at the campuses

08-09-2018 to 11-09-2018

13th MACFAIR International-2018 organised by CMS Mahanagar at WUCC, Kanpur Road


Special Prayer Assembly for primary section of Chowk Campus in the school premises

13-09-2018 to 15-09-2018

Kids' Bonanza organised by Station Road Campus at WUCC, Kanpur Road

15-09-2018 to 18-09-2018

'Courage to Lead' programme by Disha Foundation, Gurgaon for CMS Anand Nagar, Asharfabad, Gomti Nagar Campus II and Cambridge section

18-09-2018 to 27-09-2018

Half Yearly and Second Comparative Examinations

24-09-2018 to 30-09-2018

Association of ISC (ASISC) National Cricket organised at Kanpur Road Campus


Inter Campus Chemistry Olympiad for Class VIII organised by QAID at Rajendra Nagar Campus I

Seminar on Child Well-Being by Dr Sohayl Mohajer

On 21st August, renowned educationist, Dr Sohayl Mohajer conducted a seminar on Child Well-Being titled, “An Overview of Emotional and Behavioural Disorders” for the teachers of CMS Indira Nagar Campus. Principal, Mrs Ruchi Bhuwan Joshi warmly welcomed Dr Mohajer at the Campus and the seminar began at 1.30 p.m.

Dr Mohajer explained external and internal behaviour in children with behavioural disorders. He said that those with external disorder were violent and aggressive, those with internal disorder were loners with anxiety and mood disturbances. Both these kinds found it difficult to focus on studies. Emotional and behavioural disorders could be due to heredity, diet, biological causes, home environment or school related factors like bullying and uncaring attitude of teachers. Children with such problems showed anxiety, panic, restlessness, stress and trauma and all these directly or indirectly affected their proper growth and development.

Dr Mohajer said that a child who suffers from emotional and biological disorder is unable to focus on studies, is restless, can never remain quiet and is unable to follow directions. Such disorders are increasing among children.

Teachers need to be vigilant and recognize such disorders and deal with great understanding and love while handling such children. In fact they should replace an authoritarian attitude with love so such children are able to open out and share their problems freely. It was a very informative and interactive session with the teachers of CMS Indira Nagar Campus. Principal, Mrs Ruchi Bhuwan Joshi, thanked Dr Mohajer for enlightening the teachers about the behavioral problems of students. The seminar was concluded at 3.30 pm. on a note of satisfaction and positivity for the future.

News from Campuses continued...

Rajajipuram Campus II

Students of the campus visited Indira Gandhi Sansthan to witness the 'One District One Product' initiative of the U.P. Government, a fair where the artisans and craftsmen from different districts of U.P. displayed their handmade products.

Entrepreneurship for Kids Workshop at the campus
Independence Day Celebration at the campus

Ayush Maurya of Class VI won the bronze medal in Savate Competition.

Rajendra Nagar Campus I

Founders Day and Senior Citizen Day
Independence Day Celebration
World Tiger Day Celebration

Green Good Deeds Day was celebrated by the campus on 27 July to lend its support to the cause of environment and climate change. A street play was presented, tree plantation held and the Green sainiks along with students and teachers took pledge to protect the environment. Students also made useful items with recycled material.

RDSO Campus

Founders Day was celebrated at the campus on the Birthday of CMS Founder- Director, Dr Bharti Gandhi on 8 August. Students planted saplings as a mark of respect to the great woman who is very fond of greenery and considers children also as saplings who need great care and nurturing for making the earth a better place to live in. PET of the campus, Mr Sonu Pandey passed the BCCI, level A coaching course conducted by National Cricket Academy (NCA). He is one of the two candidates who have qualified for level B from Lucknow.

Jopling Road Campus

Independence Day

Independence Day was celebrated by the campus with great enthusiasm. Principal, Mrs Roli Tripathi unfurled the tricolour and motivated the students to work for the betterment of the country. Competitions were held in group singing of patriotic songs and poems.