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Lucknow, May 15 : Tejus Pandey, a class 6 student of City Montessori School, United World Campus has made the country proud by securing the first rank in the world with 100 percentile in Mathematics in International Benchmark Test (IBT). He has been awarded with a ‘Certificate of Honor’ and medal for this outstanding achievement. CMS founder, Dr Jagdish Gandhi has congratulated Tejus on his outstanding achievement and wished him success in his future endeavours. This information was given by the Chief Public Relations Officer of CMS, Mr Hari Om Sharma. Mr Sharma informed that IBT is organized by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) once a year in many countries. In India, thousands of students of several noted schools sat in the IBT test wherein this talented student of CMS secured 100 percent marks in Mathematics amidst tough competition.
Mr Sharma informed that the International Benchmark Test (IBT) is an internationally administered programme of assessments to compare student performance globally. The IBT tests are skill-based and they do not follow any single national curriculum allowing students from all countries to be compared fairly. CMS is constantly engaged in enhancing students’ self-confidence and developing their overall personality by encouraging them to participate in various competitions. It is due to these efforts that CMS students keep bringing laurels to the school at national as well as international levels.