CM Yogi lauds ‘Teachers’ for yeomen’s service at CMS

Chief Minister  Yogi Adityanath

School awards cheques of Rs. One Lakh each to 74 outstanding toppers of ISC and ICSE

Lucknow: Chief Minister of UP,  Yogi Adityanath ceremoniously inaugurated the ‘Teachers Welcome Function’ as the Chief Guest at CMS Gomti Nagar Campus II auditorium whereas the District Magistrate of Lucknow,  Suryapal Gangwar was present as the Special Guest of Honour. Addressing the august gathering of teachers on this occasion,  Yogi Adityanath said that he was fortunate to come to this honouring ceremony of teachers as they are the shapers of society and the future generation.

He paid homage to the late Founder-Manager of CMS and renowned educationist, Dr Jagdish Gandhi saying that Dr Jagdish Gandhi had dedicated his entire life to the upliftment of society and creating a bright future for the future generation. Dr Jagdish Gandhi made innumerable sacrifices to bring hope and joy in the lives of lakhs of children. Shri Yogi Adityanath expressed his belief that CMS will carry forward the legacy of Dr Jagdish Gandhi and spread his ideas across the world. He called upon the teachers to be humane, kind and sensitive to children’s needs. On this occasion, CMS Founder-Director and renowned educationist, Dr Bharti Gandhi and CMS Manager, Prof. Geeta Gandhi Kingdon expressed heartfelt gratitude towards the most dedicated and dutiful teachers of the institution.

The main attraction of the function was the honouring of 74 CMS students, who had topped and secured 99% and above marks in the ISC and ICSE Board Examinations this year, thus bringing laurels to the city of Lucknow nationally. Each of these students was presented a prize cheque of Rs. One Lakh by the CMS Management. In this way, a total of Rs. 74 lakh was given away as award by the institution.

The students who had been selected for pursuing higher education with scholarship in the top universities of the world were also felicitated and honoured. The programme commenced with the School Prayer followed by a musical rendition of Vande Mataram, World Unity Prayer, Prayer Dance and an all Religion Prayer which set the stage for the reverential festival of education. The highlights of the day were the beautiful Choreography, English choir, English Instrumental Choir and many more items. A presentation on CMS Vishwa Voice radio and mock World Parliament on the topic ‘Good and Quality Education’ were appreciated by one and all.

Addressing the gathering of CMS teachers on this occasion, CMS Founder, Dr Bharti Gandhi said that it is the teachers who can bring about constructive change in society because teachers transform the children as noble citizens of society by imparting world embracing quality education. CMS Manager, Prof. Geeta Gandhi Kingdon opined that Quality in Education is of utmost importance for every child. Also the child must be educated in environmental and social issues so that he or she may grow up to become an agent of profound social transformation. Head of CMS Quality Assurance and Innovation Department and Superior Principal,  Susmita Ghose called upon the teachers to put in their best effort and showed her gratitude towards them for the noble cause of education.


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