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Students of junior and senior section participated in a Video Conference on Essentials of Dialogue - Festivals with Spinelli, Italy Cherkasy Secondary School and Dnepropetrovsk Specialised School from Ukraine.
La Celebricione Espectacular 2019, an Open Day was celebrated with all pomp and show at the campus on 17 March 2019. It was a day filled with fun, frolic and amazing dance numbers and wonderful songs that made the audience spell bound. Various other activities were also held.
CMS Rajajipuram Campus I was awarded as one of the top schools in India according to the rating of Elets Digital Learning Magazine published from Noida. The magazine felicitated the campus on 28 March at The Hyatt Hotel, Lucknow, after studying the educational system and results in Board examinations.
Apoorv Mishra of Class VI participated in the Discovery Super School League and qualified at the school level after which he went for the semi finals to Mumbai and the contest was aired on Discovery channel. Out of six teams, Apoorv's team(U.P.) had qualified for the grand finale as well and continuing to walk the victorious path, he won the Grand Finale. He is the Champion of Discovery Super School League Season 1 by Byju's. He has got a cheque of 5 lakh rupees and has also won a trip to NASA in Texas, USA.
Stuti Shukla of Class III won the first prize at school level and second prize at City level in the Hindi writing competition organized by Bhasha Pratisthapan Rashtriya Parishad, U.P.
Toolika Dutta of Class VI won the consolation prize at the state level and first prize at the school level in Hindi writing competition organised by Bhartiya Bhasha Pratshthapan, Uttar Pradesh.
A National Environment Science Camp was organized for the IAYP students at Dudhwa National Park. The adventurous Jungle Safari was very informative and fun-oriented.
On the first day of school, the students arrive with a mix of emotions. The reason varies from child to child but kids tend to feel anxious about the starting of session. Students should feel welcomed into their new classrooms. Keeping this in mind, the campus started the new session as Vidya ka Parv on 1st April with various interesting activities designed especially for students.
Physical well being is an essential part of human well being. It is very rightly said that Health is wealth. So, to make the students aware about the importance of health, the World Health Day was celebrated at the campus on 6 April 2019 with great pomp and show.
Sankarshan Rastogi won the second prize in Group Discussion at Literary Fest organized by CMS QAID.
Three students of the campus namely Shubhangi Agarwal, Aarush Agarwal and Honika Gulati won merit certificates at the 14th UCMAS State Level Abacus Mental Arithmetic Competition.
Mohini Mishra was awarded ‘Surabhi Anmol Ratna Award 2019’ under the campaign -‘Beti Hai Anmol Dhan,’ organised by Surabhi Cultural Group. The event was held at Bansal Lawn in Vikram Nagar.
Sanskar Singh of Class VI participated in the RDSO Junior Tennis Championship 2018-19 organised by RDSO Sports Association, Lucknow and was declared the winner.
Shreya Soloanki of Class IX won the first prize in painting and quiz competition organised under the aegis of Hero Motocorp Ltd.
Prateek Pandey of Class X bagged the gold medal in Kumite, in Karate State Championship held at Jankipuram. He has been selected for National Championship to be held at Guwahati in Assam.
The IC3 Regional Forum was held at CMS Kanpur Road Campus on April 20. CMS President, Prof. Geeta Gandhi Kingdon inaugurated the event. The Keynote address was delivered by Prof. Nishi Pandey, Professor, Department of English and Modern European Languages, University of Lucknow. IC3 aimed at sensitizing leaders of educational institutions to the need and criticality of a robust career and college counselling department. Other distinguished speakers at the forum included Ms Rashi Lal of Times Group; Prof. Anuradha Saha from Ashoka University; Dr Pavak Vyas from Anant National University; Dr Jenny Magnus from Vassar College; Mr Matthew Jaskol from Pioneer Academics and Ms Ishani Mehrotra, Ms Anshoo Mishra and Ms Shirshika Kapoor, Career Counsellors, respectively of CMS Rajajipuram I, Kanpur Road and Mahanagar Campus.