Lucknow, 2 August: 47 students of City Montessori School, Lucknow have qualified the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT-2021), which is the largest number by any school in the country. The Minister for Law and Justice, UP, Mr Brijesh Pathak specially felicitated these outstanding CMS students at a special ceremony organized today at CMS Gomti Nagar Campus I auditorium. Parents of these meritorious students, teachers, Principals of various CMS Campuses and many eminent personalities were present on the occasion.
Addressing the students on this occasion, Mr Brijesh Pathak said that CMS holds a special recognition in the academic circle in the country. He expressed his faith that these promising students will make a significant contribution to the judicial system not only in the country but in the world and will lay the foundation of world unity, world peace and world parliament by giving impetus to the efforts of creating an international legal system.
These CLAT qualifiers of CMS met mediapersons at a press conference held on the occasion and spoke in detail about their success in this exam and future plans. All these students were unanimous in expressing their gratitude to CMS saying that their participation in the International Conference of Chief Justice of the World organized by CMS annually inspired them to undertake a career in law. The motivating speeches of CMS Founder Dr Jagdish Gandhi inspire them to work for establishing world unity, world peace and a global judicial system.