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Lucknow, 10 July : Being acknowledged for their services by their own students is the best honour teachers can get. They feel elated to see that the children they nurtured are today so accomplished that they can reward their own teachers. Founders of City Montessori school, Dr Jagdish Gandhi and Dr (Mrs) Bharti Gandhi felt these emotions today when they were felicitated with the Lifetime Achievement Award by CMS Alumni Association at a grand felicitation ceremony organized at Hotel Clarks Awadh. On behalf of CMS alumni, Mr Brijesh Pathak, Minister of Law and Justice, UP presented a citation and memento to Dr Jagdish Gandhi and Dr Bharti Gandhi for their services to the cause of education. Mr Anis Ansari, IAS, Former Chief Secretary, UP; Mr Durgesh Upadhyay, Media Advisor, UPEIDA; Mrs Kiran Bala Chaudhary, RTI Commissioner; Lt. Col. Prashant Kumar Singh, ADRM; Dr Saubhagya Vardhan, CMD, Oikoshreem; Mr Abhishek Kumar Pathak, IPS, DIG, SSB Lucknow (UP); Prof. Geeta Gandhi Kingdon, President and MD, CMS; Mr Roshan Gandhi, Chief Executive Officer, CMS; Ms Susmita Basu, Head, Quality Assurance and Innovation Dept., CMS and many other eminent personalities were present on the occasion to add glory to the rare occasion.
CMS Founder, Dr Jagdish Gandhi expressed his gratitude on the occasion saying that City Montessori School owes its success to the dedicated CMS Principals, teachers and staff. It is due to the dedication of these people that CMS enjoys a special space on the world map and its students are earning laurels day by day.
Chief Public Relations Officer of CMS, Mr Hari Om Sharma informed that the students taught by Dr Jagdish Gandhi and Dr Bharti Gandhi are serving the world humanity as ambassadors of peace and unity. He said that the motto of CMS education is to prepare the future generation for the service of the human race. For this, besides providing the best of academic excellence to its students CMS teaches them about unity of religion, service of humanity, world unity and world peace. Mr Shishir Srivastava, President, CMS Alumni Association and Head, CMS International Relations, said that a short film based on the life and works of Dr Jagdish Gandhi was also played on this occasion which highlighted his 63 years of services to the world of education.