Lucknow, December 19 : Dr Jagdish Gandhi, Founder of City Montessori School has been conferred the Lifetime Achievement award for his lifelong service to the cause of education. In a glittering honouring ceremony organized under the aegis of Inspire India Foundation at hotel Fairfield Marriot, Shri Brajesh Pathak, Minister for Law and Justice, UP conferred the Lifetime Achievement award on Dr Jagdish Gandhi for his unparalleled contribution to education. Dr Gandhi credited CMS principals and teachers for this honour and said that it is only because of the selfless dedication of CMS teachers that CMS is setting new records in the field of education. He further said that CMS is constantly striving to adopt innovation in the curriculum, ensuring structural development of the school with the help of latest technologies and providing a conducive environment with the sole aim of honing the talents of students and providing them a holistic education and opportunities to perform at the international levels and move forward in life.
Chief Public Relations Officer of CMS, Mr Hari Om Sharma informed that Dr Jagdish Gandhi has received many honours and awards from various organizations and governments for his outstanding achievements and contribution to the cause of education. Derozio award, UP Ratan award, Friend of Young Physicist Award, Peace Representative award, Waris Ali Shah Award, Quality Pioneer Award are some of them. Dr Gandhi has also been honoured with the ‘Key to the city of Georgetown, USA’. Mr Sharma further stated that in the able guidance of Dr Jagdish Gandhi, CMS is imparting quality education to the children. CMS is counted amongst the best schools of the country because of its unique education pedagogy and it is due to this reason that Lucknow has become a quality education hub in the entire country.