Lucknow, December 24 : As many as 45 students of City Montessori School qualified the prestigious Common Law Aptitute Test (CLAT), the results of which were declared by the Consortium of National Law University (CNLU) on its website. These students will now be eligible to take admission in Under-Graduate Law Courses in 23 National Law Universities across the country including Bangaluru, Kolkata, New Delhi, Lucknow, Jodhpur and Patiala and study law. Dr Jagdish Gandhi, founder Manager of City Montessori School, congratulated these exceptional students for their outstanding achievement and said that it is extremely rewarding to commend these students and their teachers who have worked so hard to achieve tremendous success in the prestigious CLAT results. This information was given by Shri Hari Om Sharma, Chief Public Relations Officer of CMS.

            Mr Sharma informed that the 45 students who have qualified CLAT this year include Avantika Singh, Aman Singh, Varun Pratap Singh, Vibhakar Mittal, Navya Singh, Vaibhav Pandey, Saurabh Yadav, Archit Yadav, Suyash Srivastava, Madhurantika Verma, Chirag Singh, Radhika Maheshwari, Saumya Kumar Singh, Aaharnish Pratap Singh, Rudraksh Singh, Shambhavi Saxena, Prakhar Vishwakarma, Vaibhavi, Noorain Iqbal, Aditya Tiwari, Ayush Goel, Sarthak Mishra, Hamza Irfan, Talha Irfan, Tanya Singhania, Pragya Singh, Vaishnavi Chaurasia, Dev Raj Dwivedi, Akhilendra Singh, Yash Dixit,  Vaibhavi-2, Riddhima Gupta, Srishti Singh, Sarthak Tiwari, Aastha Singh, Kavya Agarwal, Anjali Singh, Akshat Asthana, Raj Vardhan Singh, Parnika Sharma, Shivani Singh, Swastik Singh, Shreya Yadav, Kashika Verma and Pragya Ojha. The results are a reflection multi-dimensional teaching methodology adopted in CMS to train the students not only to excel in the board examinations but also fare extremely well in various competitive examinations.

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