It gives me immense pleasure to greet all the students, parents and teachers through this column and my happiness knows to bound when I see my students growing intellectually, physically, culturally and spiritually.
A child is the most valuable resource of any country. The mind of a child is tender and fresh; it can be moulded as we want. At a tender age we nurture these young saplings with love and care so that these innocent minds become high achievers in every sphere of life in later years. We believe that every child entrusted in our care has multiple sparks hidden in him. We endeavour to nurture each one of them to achieve their potential beyond conventional academic success. We aim to positively influence the lives of these young ones so profoundly that they transform into world players.
Our trained and dedicated staff members are always ready to nurture the tiniest little bud into flowering plants of talent. Some minds are wired to create Symphonies and Sonnets while others are fitted to build bridges, highways and computers; design airplanes and road system; drive formula number one; or seek cures for cancer and hyper tension.
Our students, with the grace of God have not only performed well academically but also have won laurels in various inter-house and inter campus co-curricular activities. Our annual events, model class presentations and various other activities help the students prepare for dynamic world challenges and whole life experience. Our children are trained to develop good oratory skills and excellent writing capabilities through inter-house and inter-school competitions organized at the Campus from time to time.
This year we look forward to organizing the International SAARC Youth Fest on 5th February and showcasing the talents of the youth.
I wish to thank our Founder Manager, Dr Jagdish Gandhi, Founder Director, Dr Bharti Gandhi and Head, QAID,
Mrs Susmita Basu for the constant guidance and inspiration. I also take this opportunity to thank the Senior Principal, CMS, Rajajipuram Campus I, Mrs Deepika Watal for her guidance and support. I also extend my heartfelt gratitude to my teachers, the menial staff and the parents for their valuable contribution.