CMS team accorded warm welcome on return from Japan
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Lucknow, March 13 : The 12-member students’ delegation of City Montessori School, Gomti Nagar Campus II returned to a warm welcome in their home country, India after participating in the ‘Sakura Science Exchange Programme’ held in Japan. On this occasion, CMS Founder and renowned educationist, Dr Jagdish Gandhi received and congratulated the CMS students’ team for a very successful trip to Japan and for bringing honour to their motherland. He wished them a bright future ahead. This information was given by the Chief Public Relations Officer of CMS, Mr Hari Om Sharma. He further informed that the students representing CMS at the Science Exchange Programme were Shashank Ranjan, Anurag Singh, Yash Nehra, Atharv Mohan, Shivendra Pratap Singh, Samarth Raghuvanshi, Avi Mishra, Subha Shukla, Shivansh Maurya, Manas Saxena and Eshan Srivastava. The CMS delegation was led by Ms Triguna Singh, teacher of CMS Gomti Nagar Campus II. Mr Sharma said that this Science Exchange Program was organized by Japanese government institution ‘Japan Science & Technology Agency (JST)’ in which students from almost 30 countries participated. The organizers bore the entire cost of their Japan trip, including airfare, food, board and lodging as well as sightseeing in Japan.
Mr Sharma said that the students expressed their happiness on return from Japan in an informal interaction with press reporters. They said that it was like a dream come true for them. During their educational tour to Japan, they got an opportunity to meet the students of various countries and exchange their ideas with them. It was a beneficial experience for them which they will always cherish. The students stated that this Science Program afforded them the opportunity to showcase their talent in science and interact with renowned mathematicians and scientists in Japan.