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Lucknow, January 6 : After Gomti Nagar Campus II and Rajajipuram Campus I, City Montessori School has now opened a Cambridge section at its Aliganj Campus I, in which the students will be taught according to the Cambridge curriculum. CMS Founder Dr Jagdish Gandhi congratulated Mrs Jyoti Kashyap, Senior Principal and Mrs Shivani Singh, Principal of CMS Aliganj Campus for starting classes of the Cambridge course and expressed confidence that the Cambridge section of the school will play a pivotal role in preparing the future generation for admission to the best universities of the world, and offer better employment prospects. This information has come from Mr Hari Om Sharma, Chief Public Relations Officer of CMS. He added that the unique Cambridge curriculum sets clear learning objectives and focuses on knowledge and skills in all subjects, providing excellent foundations for the next stage of learning. The admission process has already started in the Cambridge section of all three campuses. Interested parents can apply to the respective campus for admission of their wards in the Cambridge section.
Mr Sharma said that the ongoing CMS Cambridge curriculum in two CMS Campuses has established new dimensions in the all-round development of the students in a short span of time. Besides developing a global outlook in the future generation, it has opened doors to immense possibilities for a bright future for students. This is the reason that there is a lot of interest among parents for getting their children to study from the Cambridge syllabus. CMS Cambridge section is affiliated with the Cambridge International Assessment Education (CAIE) Exam Board, which is recognized as a passport to growth and success at the international level. Presently, students from 160 countries across the world study according to the Cambridge curriculum, which further facilitates them to get admission to the best universities across the globe. The Cambridge Board aims to groom its affiliated schools and teachers to make their students confident, responsible, thoughtful, creative, and conscientious.