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Lucknow, October 20 : A 13-member delegation of City Montessori School, Kanpur Road Campus returned to the country after attending the ‘International Convention on Students’ Quality Circles (ICSQC)’ in Nepal. The teachers and parents of the school accorded a warm welcome to them with floral garlands and congratulated them for raising the Indian flag high. This information was given by the Chief Public Relations Officer of CMS, Mr Hari Om Sharma. He added that the conference was organized under the auspices of the World Council of Total Quality and Excellence in Education (WCTQEE) in which students’ teams and quality experts from across the globe participated. At this international convention, the CMS students left a remarkable impression with their outstanding case study presentation on ‘The Fear of Failure.’ The case study got a special mention by the commentators for its content and presentation. Through their case study, the CMS delegation also highlighted the issues such as finding positive solutions to problems, developing analytical skills, team work, right usage of innovative capability, etc.
Mr Sharma said that the student members of the team returned after attending international quality conference are Jahnvi Kapoor, Esha Singh, Vishu Boudh, Aadya Dixit, Shatakshi Singh, Amrit Singh Syan, Jatinn Khannaa, Arnav Tewari, Aarunya Tripathi and Rajkishore Tewari. Teachers of CMS Kanpur Road Campus, Mr Vaibhav Srivastava, Ms Sarita Bhaskar and Mr Neelesh Singh led the team on this educational visit. In an informal talk, these CMS students said that this trip was indeed an enriching experience as it provided them with an opportunity to interact with the student delegates from many other countries and observe their case studies. They said that quality in all fields, whether educational, institutional or others, leads to amazing progress in the current age. The concept of quality develops spiritual, material, character building and social outlook in humans and also purifies and refines their thoughts.