Personality Development

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their opportunities through quality education and initiatives for unity and development.

October 2019

Glimpses of Odyssey International 2019

Mrs Nisha Pandey
Sr. Principal & Convenor

Miscellaneous News

CMS Gomti Nagar II organizes its Annual Function

The 'Annual Function' of CMS Gomti Nagar Campus II, held at the campus auditorium, turned out to be a great success and parents were thrilled to watch the blooming and blossoming talents of their children on stage as they sang and danced. Chief Guest of the function, Dr Roger David Kingdon, Educationist, UK, inaugurated the function ceremoniously by lighting the lamp of learning.

Visitors Hall inaugurated at CMS Rajendra Nagar

The newly-constructed Visitors Hall at CMS Rajendra Nagar Campus III, was inaugurated on 14 August by the CMS Founders Dr Jagdish Gandhi, and Dr Bharti Gandhi ceremoniously by cutting the ribbon. CMS President, Prof. Geeta Gandhi Kingdon; Principal of CMS Rajendra Nagar Campus III, Mrs Deepali Gautam and several distinguished guests were present on this occasion.

Parents Day and CISV presentation at CMS Anand Nagar

A grand celebration of 'Parents Day and National Presentation Ceremony of CISV Mini Camp' organized by CMS Anand Nagar Campus concluded with great pomp and show at CMS Kanpur Road auditorium. On this occasion, students presented traditional dances in colourful costumes showcasing the glimpse of a happy world family. Earlier, the Chief Guest, Mr Ranjeet Singh, Commandant, Central Training Institute, Uttar Pradesh Home Guards, Head Quarters, Lucknow, inaugurated the function by lighting the lamp of learning.

CMS Team wins prizes at Jaipur debate

Neerja Modi School Debating Society organized the Jaipur Debate 2019 in which 60 students from 12 national schools participated. CMS Gomti Nagar Campus I sent six Class XI students for this debate, namely, Shreya Agarwal, Rishit Anand, Sakshi Sachan, Adhwant Mishra, Alima Mahdi and Aditya Rai. CMS bagged most of the stake holder debate rounds by winning 9 out of 16 titles. Rishit Anand was awarded as member speaker of the Best Team. In the first round, Shreya Agarwal and Aditya Rai won the medals for the Best Team. In the second round, Sakshi Sachan was awarded second best speaker overall of the stake holder debate. Sakshi Sachan also won a medal for the Runners Up team Best Speaker. Sakshi Sachan also won a trophy for the Best Speaker in the second round of the stake holder debate.

CMS and IELC setup the most awaited Language Lab in Lucknow

The concept of learning foreign languages has always been productive as it not just imparts linguistic skills but enables learners to explore and learn about related cultures and lifestyles. CMS is one of the first institutions to start teaching foreign languages on a big and professional scale. The Institute recently inaugurated the most awaited language learning and interpreting lab with professional devices at CMS Gomti Nagar extension in the presence of CMS President, Prof Geeta Gandhi Kingdon , Senior Principal Ms Batra and Principal, Mrs Banerjee along with the director of “Institute of European Language” Mr Nadeem Khan.

The language lab is fully equipped with all the technology needed for learning any foreign language. Interpretation booths and devices are specially imported from Canada. It is a complete service and the most effective solution in the field of foreign language learning, translation and interpretation. “We believe that the right tools & cutting edge technology can speed up the learning process.'', said Mr Nadeem Khan. He also added, “the pupils really enjoyed doing the interpretation in the interpretation booth themselves. It was marvelous to see the happiness on their face and twinkling eyes of the parents.”

Now, Lucknow is all equipped with advanced technology for learning foreign languages with its heritage, culture, dance and Music, a great fusion of old and new.

Fire Safety Training at CMS

CMS Fire Officer, Mr Vinod Dwivedi, giving a demonstration for fire-safety
Using the hose pipe to douse the flames

The Child Well-Being Department of CMS, headed by Mrs Aruna Gupta, is committed to making the campuses safe and protected for the children and staff. Frequent Fire Fighting Mock Drills are organized at all CMS Campuses to train the staff for any fire related emergencies. According to Mr Vinod Dwivedi, CMS Fire, Health and Safety Officer, “It is mandatory for the staff members to know about the workings of fire-fighting system to face any type of emergencies. “What should be the emergency evacuation measures?” “How we can deal with the fire in case of fire accident?” “How we can do the evacuation process?” These are some of the questions answered and practically rehearsed during the training session. Ms Nimisha Saxena, Campus Reporter of CMS Rajajipuram Campus II reports “Training had been taken up by Mr Manoj Saxena and Mr Vinod Dwivedi at CMS Rajajipuram Campus II in June and August 2019.

A fire that broke out because of a short circuit just outside the school near a LESA pole was put out when our rickshaw puller Ram Naresh, who had undergone the training, managed to use the fire extinguisher.”

Reflections International 2019 from the lens man’s eyes

Dr Kalpana Tripathi
Principal & Convenor