New session begins at CMS with Vidya Parv celebration

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Lucknow, July 2 : The new academic session started with the online celebration of ‘Vidya Parv’ by all campuses of City Montessori School. Today, on the very first day, around 100 percent attendance of 55,000 students was recorded from all campuses of the school. On this occasion, students and parents were given detailed information about the online classes, book-lists, syllabus, timetable etc. For the convenience of students and parents, all this useful information is also available on the CMS website: Regular time table is being followed and full-fledged online classes are being organised by all CMS campuses as per the prescribed syllabus. This information has come from the Chief Public Relations Officer of CMS, Mr Hari Om Sharma.

            Mr Sharma informed that on this occasion, students and teachers celebrated Vidya Parv online with great vigour. Many educational programs were organized after the worship of Goddess Saraswati. CMS Founder and eminent educationist, Dr Jagdish Gandhi called upon the students to make full use of online classes in view of the current pandemic situation and study diligently. CMS President Prof. Geeta Gandhi Kingdon said on this occasion that CMS teachers deserve great praise for their commitment to the cause of education. In spite of all difficulties, CMS teachers did not let the creativity of students suffer and they worked hard for enhancing their knowledge and creative talents through various activities like Dance, Music Workshop, Quiz etc even during the Corona crisis. In this online function, CMS Founder-Director and eminent educationist Dr (Mrs) Bharti Gandhi heartily thanked all the teachers and workers for their distinguished services.

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