Develop a global vision in children from the beginning – Dr Jagdish Gandhi
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Lucknow, March 5: City Montessori School, Gomti Nagar Campus II organized Divine Education Conferences today in a grand way at its school’s auditorium. On this occasion, students of pre-primary and classes 1 and 2 presented devotional songs and dance items mesmerizing the audience, on the other hand, they attracted the attention of their parents by expressing their thoughts on moral values, global thinking, service to humanity and excellence in all things. The students who performed brilliantly in various competitive examinations as well as in annual examinations were honoured and awarded prizes.
Addressing the huge gathering of parents on this occasion, CMS Founder, Dr. Jagdish Gandhi said that our rich cultural heritage believes in Vasudhaiv Kutumbkam and we must imbue the seeds of this concept in the young minds of our children to give them a global outlook. We must teach them the virtues of compassion, kindness, brotherhood, tolerance, love, unity and peace in children so that they work for the betterment of society when grown up. Senior Principal of CMS Gomti Nagar Campus II, Ms Manjit Batra said that CMS has taken upon its shoulders the responsibility to prepare students as ‘Total Quality Persons’ but it is only feasible with the continues cooperation of parents. Principal, Ms Sangeeta Banerjee thanked the parents for their presence at the function and for inspiring the students.
Chief Public Ralations Officer of CMS, Mr Hari Om Sharma informed that CMS Mahanagar Campus also organized its Divine Education Conference today wherein meritorious students of schools were honoured and awarded prizes. On this occasion, students thrilled the audience with an array of devotional and cultural items. Principal of CMS Mahanagar Campus, Dr Kalpana Tripathi said that spiritual, moral and good environment of our school develops good character in the students who will bring about a change in the society. She appealed to the parents and grandparents to come forward and inculcate moral values and sound character building qualities in students.